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Tills KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1919.
From Our Foreign Correspondents
A. F. & A. M., Missouri Jurisdiction
W. W. Fields, Cameron, Mo., Grand
C. C. Clark, St. Louis, Mo., Dep.
Ernest Boone, Louisiana, Mo., Sen
ior Grand Warden.
I. H. Bradbury, St. Louis, Mo., Jun
ior Grand Warden.
H. H. Walker, St Joseph, Mo., Grand
George W. K. Love, Kansas Ctty,
Nelson C. Crews, Kansas City, Re
B. G. Lacey, Kansas City, G. L. 1st
E. J. Cooper, Mexico, Mo., G. L., 2d
OFFICERS OF GRAND CHAPTER,
R. A. M.
Missouri and Jurisdiction, 1919.
T. G. McCampbell, G. H. P., Quln
A. L. Thomas, D. G. II. P., Jeffer
son City, Mo.
J. P. Moffett, G. King, Sedalia, Mo.
S. A. May, G. Scribe, St. Louis, Mo.
Charles Grlggshy, G. Treas., Liberty,
E. S. Baker, G. Secretary, Kansas
OFFICERS OF GRAND COMMAND
ERY, K. T.
Mlssuri and Jurisdiction,
Jos. H. Sherwood, R.E.G.C., St. Paul,
G. Washington Lewis, D.E.G.C., St.
C. Brasficld, E.G.G., Kansas City,
B. F. Graves, E.G.C., General, St.
Thomas A. Marshall, E.G.S.W., St.
Wm. Lamb, E.G.J.W., Kansas City,
W. A. Ashley, E.G., Prelate, St.
J. H. Kenner, E.G., Treasurer, Mar
Robt A. James, E.G., Sentinel, St.
James T. Connor, E.G., Recorder,
St. Louis, Mo.
Onnm I nrin. KJ n 9A A IT Ifld
v. M., meets the lat and tr
I ..... ,1 - ,n Bnnti v,nnH All
Master Masons In good standing
welcome, tr. a. Aicvvuiiams. iv.
M.: C. H. Countee, Sec'y.
Liberty Lodge No. S7, A. T.
and A. 11., Liberty, Mo., meets
the 2nd and 4 til Saturday
nights In each month. Nelson
Wallar, W. M.; Robert Dodd.
By W. W. Mosloy.
The funeral of Mrs. Carrie Prevltt,
who died last Sunday morning, was
held In the Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. Rev. O. J.
Burchardt officiated, assisted by oth
er ministers. Deceased was the wid
ow of the laio David W. Prevltt, who
died about two years ago. Deceased
Is survived by a son, who Is in the
United States army, stationed in Cali
fornia, and a sister, Mrs. Anna Seldles,
of Chicago, who arrived too late for
the funeral. Quite a crowd of frlpnds
were In attendance Miss Luclle
Hammond and Mr. Gilbert Hubbard
were uletly married last Friday
Jasper Brown has arived homo irom
overseas. He returns to tils former
Job as porter on the B. I. M. Ry.. .Mrs.
H. M. Williams returned home from
Chicago last week, where she had been
to attend the funeral of her brother.
George Bailey Mrs. Allen left Mon
day for her home In Enid. Okla., after
spending about a month's visit with
her daughter, Mrs. Lottie Hale, and
her son, L. J. Allen Roland Young
is confined at home with the measles . .
P. L. Moore is reported doing as well
as can be expected owing to his se
vere injury W. H. Nelson is report
ed in a critical condition at the hos
pital. .. .Mrs. Clara Shlpman yet
uite ill at .her home I. B. Smith
preached for ML ZIon congregation
laht Sunday night. Covenant services
at the morning hour Mrs. L. B.
Moore has charge of the Sabbath
School and we look for a fine school
St. Stephens ChSDter No. 37.
Royal Arch Masons, Liberty,
Mo. Meets first Tuesday in
each month. Nelson waiiar
H. P. Wm. Capps, Recorder.
St. Matthew Comrannihry
No. 17, Liberty. Ho- Ba
the third Saturday nlcfct.
V. I. Starka. B. C; W. H.
Koblnson, Bm. 0tf7.
March 10, 1919.
During the recent Tuskegee Xegro
Conference, which was held here, Dr.
Bradford Knapp, Chief of the Agricul
tural Extension Work in the South, an
nounced in his address the appoint
ment of three Colored men In an ad
visory capacity to him and also as
representatives of the Farm Demon
stration Work among Negroes in the
These three Colored men will be
known as Field Representatives of the
United States Department of Agricul
ture, and include T. M. Campbell, who
will act for the Department in the
work In Alabama, Georgia, Florida,
Mississippi and Tennessee; J. B.
Pierce, of Hampton Institute, who will
act for the Department in the work in
Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia,
Kentucky. North Carolina, and South
Carolina, and E. U Blackshear, of
Prairie View Institute. Teaxs, who will
represent the work in Texas, Okla
homa, Louisiana and Arkansas. They
are to support and assist all Negro
extension work in the territory allotted
to them, and also to ascertain and re'
port on the general condition of Negro
farmers in this same territory. At
regular intervals these three Negro
special representatives will be called
to Washington for conferences on the
various aspects of their work.
with bowed heads as she impressed
upon them the importance of possess
ing the "Old-Tlmo Religion."
When Sister Blaka was about to de
part, white and black wept and from
the audience came the offer of $100,00.
If she would remain another week, but
true to her promise she said, "I, must
refuse the tempting offer, for I have
opened my mouth unto the Lord and
I can't take it back." The church and
pastor and city at large have been
greatly benefited by the Rev. Blake,
having come here. The A. M. E.
Church may well feel proud of her and
bless the day they sent her forth....
Madam Sadie E. Dlmery of Kansas
City, Mo., superintendent of the A.
C. E. League of the State of Missouri,
also a dramatic leader and scriptural
orator, came to us near the close of
the great rovival meeting which was
being conducted by the Evangelist,
Blake, at the A. M E. Church. It
can be truthfully said .that Madame
Dlmery is traveling on her merit, for
she bears a Just title. She is one of
the greatest dramtic leaders and pul
pit orators of the hour. Able critics
admit that she has at her command
the best English in the English lan
guage. She possesses a charming per
sonality, highly cultivated talents,
modest in dress, admirable in expres
sion, witty In conversation and sym
pathetic In dealing with the deplor
able conditions of men and women
and of the fallen youth, especially.
Oh, we would not duplicate .Madame
Dlmery in an age. She Is the admira
tion and envy of many. She gave her
oradlng Wednesday evening to a'
crowded house. Some of the best tal
ent of both races were present. She
so swayed her audience at some points
in her reading that they were now
spelbound. then on tiptoes, peeping
Covers were laid for ton. Mr. Hardy
was formerly business- secretary of the
urmy Y. M. C. A. at Camp Dodge, la.
After spending a few days with rela
tives hero they will be at homo at 2003
North Sixth street, Kansas City, Kas.
Our most hearty congratulations ex
tended to this happy couple.... Mrs.
S. W. Whltsett entertained with a din
ner party In honor otiMr. and Mrs, Roy
K. Hardy of Kansas City. Those en
joying the hospitality were: Mr. and
Mrs. Jamts Smith, Misses Mossle and
Verena Graham, Vlrgle Kinney, Chris
tine Miller, Mesdames R. Lee, Llgon,
Eugle Weston and Mr. E. Wilson....
Mrs. W. M. Miller was at homo Mon
day afternoon in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
R. K. Hardy of Kansas City. Music
and games were enjoyed by all pres
ent. Dainty refreshments were i
served. Those present were: Misses
Mossie and Verna Graham, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Smith, Mrs. Goldle Llgon, Miss
Christine Miller. Mr. Charles O. Pow
ell and .Mrs. S. Mitchell Mr. and
rs. K. Hardy received a number of
useful and valuable gifts from the
bride's many friends.
with her paronts, left Thursday morn
ing to Join Mr. Carter at Joplln, Mo..
..At tho Mass Meeting Thursday
evening which was held for tho elec
tion of delegates to Wichita, Kans.,
25th and 26th of March for tho pur
pose of electing officers of the Now
Organization for tho Negroes of the
state of Kansas. Tho delegates oloct
ed woro: Dr. II. H. Wilson and Rov.
O. If. Burbrldge, pastor of the A. M.
E. Church. Men who tho people of
Sallna think will do tho right thing
by the people of Sallna and the State.
. . . .Among the many things that havo
been done for the race, the greatest
thing is yet to be done, and that is
to organize our forces for good.
, MARYVILLE, MO.
Rev. L. P. Bryant conducted quar
terly meeting In Savannah, Mo., Sun
day Mrs. Henry Wilson had as
weok-end guest Mrs. L. P, Bryant
The funeral service of Mr. Rufus Pal-
This Uttle "Burg" is still on the
map.... Tho influenza contagion has
abated, and the churches and schools
are working again in normal condi
tion.... Rev. L. J, Cooper, pastor of
St. John Baptist Church, preached a
rare sermon on Christianity in busi
ness. His hammer was red hot. . . .
McDanlels grocery, one of the finest
in S. E. Kansas, Is doing a creditable
business. .. .The restaurants of Myr
tle Beard and Pue are doing a fine
business. . . .Geo. Reld, McDaniel and
Meredith, have nice autos, and do
fino passenger service to the differ
ent camps.... To the Croweberg citi
zens who want tho "Sun" give your
mer, who died at the residence of his
sister, Mrs. B. F. Smart, Saturday j subscription and news to Prof. W. F.
morning were held at the Baptist King.
Church Monday at 2:30 o'clock. The
Masonic services, beautiful and lm-j PITTSBURG, KANSAS.
pressive, were conducted by Hon. Nel-! The Influenza is making its return
sou C. Crews of Kansas City, Mo. I to Pittsburg. .. .Mrs. Gilbert Taylor
The floral offerings were many and is reported very sick.... Miss Marie
beautiful. Mr. Palmer was a fine j Carroll is also Indisposed. .. .Mrs.
young man and we regret his "loss. , Lula Williams of Junction City, Kans.,
His brother, Mr. James Palmer, and 'sister of Mrs! Gilbert Taylor, was call
back to yesterday years and whisper- sister, Mis. H F. Smart, did every-1 ed to our city to care for her slsted
ing congratulations to Shakesiieare. I thing for his comfort during his ill-1 during her illness. .. .Pastor J. T.
Dunbar and other factors that gave ncss. Those who attended the f u-1 Elias is still rallying funds for the
birth to such human power -Madame! nerai from out of the city were Hon. rebuilding of his church which was
Dlmery gave four lectures, all of them 1 x. C. t'rews and Hon. T. G. McCamp-1 recently destroyed by fire. . . .The
impressive, reached the climax in the' bell, Grand High Priest of Kansas Men's and Women's Clubs are still
need of a Christian education and wis-1 city. Mo., Rev. and Mrs. Matthew Kel- contesting. The Ladles' Club had the
dom above all get understanding. She iv 0f oskaloosa. Mr J. (!. Cooner. Mr. Croweberg Comedy Co. entertain them
organized the A. C. E. Ieague, gave , d. Butler and Mr. Geo. Welton of at the High School Auditorium Friday
St. Joseph, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Price wgut March 14th. The Comedy was
of Bedford, la., Mrs. Brown of Clin- assisted by several splendid numbers
I ton. la.. ReVT II. J. Horiinir of St. Jos- from the A. M. L. f.hurcli, Pittsburg,
NORBORNE, MO. ' eph, Mo., officiated. We, the citizens Kans. Thoso deserving. mention were
Misses Birdie and Macnolla Buck-. of MarvvillH nxtenrt to Uir fnmllv nnr A chorus by the pupils of Douglas
ner are two girls who will succeed sympathy Much damage was done School, directed by Miss Bertha Wil-
Little Eloise Ford of the first grade , Saturday by the cyclone that struck llams, one oi tne prominent teacners
the last lecture Sunday night and de
parted Monday night for Neosho. Mo.
faand 4th Fridays oi the month
Sut 1403 Michigan AVe, E. R.
(Robertson. W. M.. 1210 K.
VJlth St. W. W. Watklns.
jSJSec. 162S Virginia.
SON.C BUILDING ASSOCIATION
r. G. McCampbell, President.
E. B. Thompson, Vice President.
W. U. Washington, Treasurer.
W. H. Brown, Secretary.
Board of Directors:
W. G. Mosely, 8. Myers,
W. a. Brown. B. S. Baker,
W ft. Patterson. M. W. Wilson,
B. It. Francis. Richard Harris
E. S. Miller, It. Fulbright
S. H. P. Edwards,
Meats second and fourth Tuesday
u each month.
Blue Valley Baptist Church. 1120 Crystal.
dreenwood Baptist Church, 18th and
Clark Chapel M. E. Church. 1654 Madl
ueuil A. M. E. Church. 24U and Flora.
St. Stephen's Baptist Church. 604 Char
Centennial U. E. Church. 19th and
Second HspUtt Church, loth and Ch&r
nte. Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and
tbenezei A. M. E. Church, 17th and
St. August'ne'a P. E. Church. 11th and
St John's t. M. E. Church, 1743 BeUe
e Seventh Dar Adventlsv 23d and Wood-t-d
St. Monica's Catholic, 17th and Lydla,
Vine St. Baptist Church, 1125 Vine St.
Ward fhapel A M. E. Church. Hth and'
Morning star Baptist Church, 2311 Vine.
Highland Avenuo Baptist Church, 1111
St. James A, M. K. Zlon Church, 1123
Second Christian Church, 24th and
Friendship Baptist Church. Seventeenth
ina a racy,
C. M. li. Church. 1317 jrlora Ave.
Sit James Bantlst Church. 4039 Mill at.
tit. Luke's A. M. E, Thurch, 41rd and
KANSAS CITY. KAN. CHURCHES.
Church of the Ascension Episcopal
rhlrd and Stewart. Kansas City. Kans.
First A. M. E. Church, 8th and Neb.
Eighth St. Baptist Church, 8th and
Metropolitan Baptist Church, Itb and
Bethel A. M. E. Church, Wittt and
St. Paul A. M. K. " Church, list and
First Baptist Church, 6th snd Web
Klntr flolomon Baptist Church, 3rd and
I'jmdaro A. M. E. Church, Qulndaro
Pleasant Valley Baptist Church. Ro
tt. E. Church, Sth and Oakland.
Second Baptist Church, 24th and Ruby.
Wesley Chapel M. H.. 101 Shawnee.
Bethel A. U. E. Chore h, Rosedalr- Kan.
Okbernacle Baptist Church, 7C9 Muncte
'Wvd., Armstrong. Kans. kt d. Nor
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
The marriage ceremony of Mr. Earl
Bolton and -Miss eBadie Caldwell was
solemnized at the home of the groom
on Clark avenue last Friday. .. .The
Institute Farm is proving quite fac
tor in the school life. The students
of the Agriculture classes are gaining
practical knowledge of soil, tillage and
the like. Several hogs from the farm
havo been slaughtered for the board
ing department and the Domestic Sci
ence girls learned much in the catting
up of the meat and the making of sau
sage. Again two incubators and a
number of hens are already engaged
upon the task of replenishing the poul
try yard. And last, but by no means
least, it is common gossip that the
farm boasts the best wheat fielrl in
this vicinity. Hurrah! for the Institute
Farm The Young Men's and Young
Women's Christian Association gave
possesses rare traits of genius. She I Maryville. The beautiful Normal
Is only seven years old and can read j building was damaged and tho loss
readily the current literature in news-, was estimated at $50,000. Mr. Carl
papers and magazines. .The pupils of
Douglass School are preparing a pro
gram for Arbor Day ... .Parents -and
friends are invited and requested to
bring trees and to assist in beautifying 1 Mr. Euel Montgomery spent Saturday
the grounds. and Sunday visiting his wife and
i baby Mrs. Josie Christman arrived
SLATER, MO. from Chicago and is visiting her moth-
Dodd of St. Joseph, Mo., is the guest
of Miss Lucy Williams Rev. Kelly
preached an excellent sermon at the
Baptist Church, Tuesday evening.
By Mrs. Josle Walls.
Rev. Spencer Ray of Malta Bend
visited Rev. E. F. Pate and family
Friday and Saturday Prof. C. S.
Walls, and Prof, and Mrs. A. C. Lewis
er, Mrs. Lena Moseley. . . .Mrs. Fran-
kie Tillman and Mrs. L. PI. Bryant
were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs.
Luolla Anderson Mrs. Nannie Mls-
ner, Mrs. Luolla Anderson and Mr.
attended the funeral of Mr. Jones Ev-. Harold Carrlger wish to thank their
ans at Glasgow Thursday. .Mrs. Josie many friends for the kindness ren
Walls .will leave for Sedalia Saturday I dored them during the illness and
to visit her daughter, Edessie Walls, , death of their dear brother, Dorel Car
a student at George R Smith College. .
Mrs. J. M. Logan entertained a few
of the young ladles Monday night
Mrs. Mollie Wilson, Miss Ardena Walls
and Miss Athleen Walls Bpent the
week-end at Glasgow Rev. Arthur
uiggs and bride took 3 o'clock dinner
rlger and for the beautiful floral of
ferings Prof, and Mrs. Boone and
son were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Mitchell Sunday.
of Douglas School. Tho audience was
enraptured over the whistling mock
ing bird, Mrs. Edith Halley of Coffey
ville, accompanied by Mrs. Essie Wil
son, pianist and Mrs. Frankie Pierce,
Violin Read the Sun and see what
our race is doing In other fields....
Send your subscription to the Editor,
Nelson Crows or to the reporter, W.
F. King, 1005 N. Walnut.
Peoples Drug Store
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The Charity Girls and Usher Coun
cil gave a reception in honor ot Rev.
G. E. Horsey and family. Tho church
was beautifully decorated in white
and green in keeping with St. Pat
rick's Day. A strong'musical program
was rendered by the members of the
two societies. Mrs. Viola Jackson,
president of the Charity Girls, acting
mistress of ceremonies. Tho guests
left after voting everything a suc
cess and the Charity Girls and Ush
ers Council splendid entertainers. An
eleborate three course iuncheon was
served with members of the Usher
Council, acting as waiters.
Miss .Tennip nswrtirtl. whn linn haen
at Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Pates' Tuesday, j teaching at Russell Springs, Kans.. ar
then left for Blackburn, where Rev. i rived home Sundav after commetine
Diggs preached The Home .Mission- i another successful veers' wnrk Wnn I MANHATTAN, KANS.
ary Society met at the home of Mrs. q. -w. Banks was host to the people1, SerEt Derring of Omaha, Mr. H.
Margie Woods Tuesday evening I 0f this city Wednesday evening 0tWarden' Mr H Tv,er ot Abilene and
The Missionary Circle of the Second a banquet given in behalf of the ' Mr- uy& Smith of Camp Grant were
Baptist Church met Tuesday evening American Woodmen Life Insurance ! suests of Mr. and Mrs. Meckllng
and arranged for their annual bazaar. Co. Persons present listened to an-' Sutllj!iy- -Mrs. A. Jones of Rosedale
1 other one of Mr. Banks well delivered ls sitlnS her sister, Mrs. Robert
LATHROP. MO. and interestine- lectnrps nffpr whlMi LPryor Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith
Mrs. Henry Hicks was called to St. refreshments were served and enjoy-' stopped over on their way from Mc
Joseph Saturday on account of the ed by all. . . .Each organization ot the Farlnnd to their home at Fort Riley
Illness of her mother Mrs. Addie A. . M. V. rhnrrh hnn nhiirati Hooir ' and spent the night with Mrs. Pryor. .
a joint program in the Chapel Sunday smith of 2445 Euclid avenue spent thej to pay off one of the small debts of Lleut- A. Wright and wife were din
afternoon that was quite creditable. week-end In Lathrop with her sister, the church. The ladies of the Senior 1 ner suests ot Mr- and Mrs- w- A-
Stewardess Board gave a six o'clock "uscn hunaay. . . .'inose wno nave
chicken dinner at the church in the 1 been on tne s,ck ,Ist are improving
basement Friday evening in nlrt in thn'n'cely and we are glad to see their
riage of Miss Xenla Orear to Mr. Roy debt they have taken and were very.faces again. .. .Mrs. Downing of Den-
. r- . t . . . . . . . t - ' i- . , . ' cor la -tclflwn. X fi-c T"l fanninnn
ix. naray. . . .uurs. imiier was a ivansas successtui m ine nrst errori. . . .Mrs. . x-u.budu..
City visitor Saturday Mr. Turner Mary DePrad,..Hill City, Kans., is in
. .Hon. J. S. HarriB had a resolution
introduced in the House of Representa
tives inviting the representative Ne
groes of Missouri to meet in the House
of Representatives March 27th and
28th. It was unanimously passed.
Many distinguished persons of both
both Races will speak on this occa
sion. . . .Miss Ethel Robinson spent tho
week-end in St. Louis; Mrs. Rowen in
Fulton and Mr. W. E. Jacobs in Kan
sas City. .Little Edward Rose, a pu
pil in the Model School, 'fell last Sun
day and sustained a, fracture of the
bone In his left leg, . . .Mrs. Crump,
matron of the boys' dormitory, was
called to Paris, Mo., oecause of her
mother's serious illness.
By Anna Hanby.
The St. John A. M. E. Church held
revival meetings for tho past ten days,
conducted by the great Evangelist,
Rev. Blanche Blake, of Kansas City,
Mo. She ls a forceful speaker, ear
nest worker, charming singer and with
her touch of Southern dialect adds
much to one's Impression of her. Her
ever reminded "Old-Timo Religion"
which Is clearly demonstrated in her
whole being and her famous song,
"Praise God; I'm Satisfied," won the
hearts of all who heard her. She
stirred Nevada from centor to circum
ference, brcught about a friendly re
lation ot black and white Races such
as was never known before. White
and Colored choirs sang for her. Peo
ple ot all classes and both Races flock
ed to hear her. The church was filled
to overflowing. Sagely men and grave
women, youthful girls and boys all sat
Mrs. B. B. TulIy....Mrs. W. T. Miller
and Mrs. S. W. Whltsett went to Kan
sas City Friday, attending the mar-
Grahum of Kansas City spent Sunday
with home folks and was accompanied
by his brother Prof. Tully is worse
at this writing. .. .Mr. George Hicks
was In Cameron Tuesday. . . .The mar
riage of Miss Xenla A. Orear and Mr.
Roy K. Hardy was solemnized in Kan
sas City Saturday at 10 o'clock a. m.,
Rev. Richard Davis, pastor of Centen
nial Chapel, officiating. Only the
family being present After the cere
mony the bridal party was entertained
at the-Y. M. C. A. with a dinner party.
the city visiting her sisters, Mrs. W.
C. Woodley and her daughters, Mrs.
Frances DePrad Parker Mrs. Hen
Mr. and Mrs. G. Allen are the proud
parents of a baby hoy born on the
14th.... Mr. Mo8e was guest of Mrs.
Alexander Friday evening.... The
rietta Harper Wichita was the guest play faco at the 'wlnaow was Elvpn
of Mrs. Henrv Jordan and oUinr a' v-uiuiauuuy nuuso im uio uui
friends the last of the week. Mrs.
Harper cam as a representative of
the Kansas Defense Society and spoke
at the SL James Baptist Church Sun
day evening. Her message appealed
very favorably to tho people and they
all contributed Mrs. Ora Jordon
Carter, who was spending a few days
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The Art Club gave a successful en
tertainment Saturday evening. . , .
Mrs. Alexander received a card from
her son overseas, stating he was well
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Sun yearly see Rev. Henderson....
The Seventeenth Annual session of
the Lincoln Annual Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church ls In ses
sion at Shepherd Chapel. Bishop A.
L. Leonard, presiding.
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competent, established Negro jeweler, and he is
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