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Music Classes Con
ducted At Allen
Temple Church
Mrs Berthe Hanabury Phillips is
successfully conducting i* music
class at Allen Tempi© A. M. E.
Church with the able assistance ot
her co-worker, Mrs. Young. Mrs.
Phillips is an accomplished musi
cian, having graduated from the
Detroit Conservatory of.Music and
pursued a course of advanced study
at Berlin, Germany.
The class is composed of twenty
pupils, and Is steadily growing.
They meet every Friday afternoon,
from 2 to 3 o’clock, and each pupil
receives Individual attention.
Both young and old pupils are
taking advantage of this splendid
training at such low prices.
Mrs. Phillips Is planning to glv •
a second recital with her music
class at Allen Temple, in the near
future.
[ church directory!
John Wesley A. M. E. Zion, Hart
ford Ave. near Milford
Metropolitan Community, 345 Di
vision St.
New Bethel Baptist, 4210 Hast
ings, cor. Willis
Tabernacle Baptist, cor. Beech
wood and Milford
First Baptist, Eeorsc. Mich., cor
15th and Francis
Allen Temple A. M. K„ Holbrook
and Ruasell
Russell —(’ad. 2R51
Bethel A. M. E. Church. ■>< <
Baptist Christian Center. *• » w
Frederick—'Trin. 2-!«16;
Calvary Baptist Oiu*vh. 13.50 oo*
Cattipau, Fit*. 0755
Macedonia Bapt., (or. S*.. Aubi
and Mullett
Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 323 E
Willis —Col. 2M37
Second Baptist Church, 411 Mon
roe—Fail. OS6d
Plymouth Congregational, Car
held and Boatibicn
St. Cvprian Episcopal, 24th at
Milford
St. Matthews Episcopal Church,
20ID St. Antoir.e —Ran. 7251
St. Paul A. M. E.. (’hone St. &
Ja v .
St. Stephens A. M. F... Stanford
and Cobb (
Ebenezer, A. M. F. Church, *>lo .
Erskinc —Cad. 3(’«l:p
St. John Pre.dirtenor. Madison 1
and Dubois- hit*. 1731 J
St. Peter Claver Rectory, l*»0 Ml.
iot—Col. 5073
Antioch Baptist, r.j i Brewster S; J
Good Hi»pe Bitptiht, t.dt.'i Iliad
Avenue, Fast Detroit
Morning Star Baptist, 1510 F
Lafayette
Mt. Zion Bar (Ist, F.corse, 12th aid
Highson
Now Mt. V'ernon Baptist. Ithica St
N. W. Detroit.
Atibln
St. John C. M. F. Manic and S*
Scott M. E , Cor. Kirby arid St.
Antoine
St. James Baptist, 153S Rivard-
Cherry 1132
Metropolitan Baptist Church,
Hastings, near Ferry.
Peoples Baptist. Jos. (air.pan and
Arndt
Providence Baptist. Richmond, M *
Russell St. Baptist, Cor. Russell
and Alger
Ft. Paul A. M. K. Zion, Palmer at
Beaubicn
First Bapti-t Church of Fcorst
cor. 15th. and Francis
Central Avenue (’ M K. CLrfreh,
7713 Central Avonu* 1 . neur Tire
man Hev. Alfred 11. I’hefps,
East Lake Baptist Church 417
Tennesee Avenue
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NOTICE TO
CHURCHES
All churches are requested
to have their news Items In
the Tribune office not Inter
than Tuesday noon, each
week, in order to Insure
publication. Our church page
Is mude up Tuesday night.
Be suggest that items of ar
tlvltles to be held, prove
more helpful to the churches
and more Interesting to the
readers, than news of past
activities.
Be deeply appreciate the
loyal support the churches
of (lie city are giving the
Tribune, and we will con
tinue to co-operate with
llicni IIHI j*er rent.
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Mt. Tabor Baptist Church Russell
and Fulmer
YEW MT. MARIA 11 BAPTIST—
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CENTRAL BAPTIST 200S Antle
tam
r.\HERN*ACI.E COMMUNITY Cor
Hancock and Beaubicn.
I ill Itcif OF GOD Cor. Mullen
and Orleans Streets.
Friendship Baptist Church I*2*s
Euclid
Allred at Hastings
Shiloh Baptist Church 553 Ben
ton Street,
Central Baptist 2*541 Bagiev Ave,
Mt. Vernon Baptist 21D5S Madison
Grace ('lmpel (’. M. F. 117 HF.
Philadelphia
'.•olid Morning Star Baptist
17IV Russell
t’.uion Rapt Ist 7525 Cameron, at
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Robertson and Mcll St., Mt. C|e
mens, Michigan.
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First Baptist Institutional, Mitch
ell and Cat’if
first Bapti-t. Trowbridge neat
Jos. <'ampan.
Corinthian Bapt'st. 17:7 Commer
St in ter A. M 1 Zion, Yemans vs
| Quinn ('impel A. M. F., McKay al
(Tin rest
Holmes, Hnmtrwmck. Mich.
THE POET'S CORNER
THE HOUR
By \V. Hernandez Ureonc
Behold, the hum i> near at hand.
Wli n I hall cease to walk this land.
I pray that l shall leave behind
Cn< dwill and eheei to all mankind.
! • tri\ e to live an upright life.
Braying in faith that all be right;
1 go about my daily task.
Seeing sunshine in all 1 pass.
| Allen Temple A. M.
E. Church To Sponsor
Unique Contest
A unique contest, in which a
number of prominent ministers and
church members will participate,'
will be held at Allen Temple A.
M. K. Church, of which Rev. Wal
ter Crider Is pastor, Sunday, Dec.
10, at 2 p. m. It will be given un
der (he auspices of the Free Will
Missionary Society and prizes will
he given the three winners.
Among the contestants are the
following ministers: Rev. John
Gray, Rev. Brenson Rev. Webb.
Rev. Boyd, Rev. S. P. Porter, Rev.
Funis Cook, Evangelist Susie Wis
dom, Rev. Jacob Hutchins, Evan
gelist Francis Fitzpatrick, Rev.
John Rohnson. Kvangelst Elizabeth
Crews, Rev. Hudson, Rev, Henry
Brooks Rev. W. A. Turner. Rev.
W. A. Brooks and Rev. C. R
Jackson
The public is cordially nvted.
The church is located at 133(5 Hol
brook.
Turner’s Chapel C.
M. E. Church
Robertson A Bill streets
Mt Clemens, Mleh.
Turner’s C. M. E, Church Is pro
gressing splendidly, under the es
il< lent pastorate of Rev Alfred H.
Phelps. Ho is u conscientious
worker and a fine preacher.
The Cnlon Quarterly Conference
held a successful meeting Sunday
afternoon. Dr. W. W. Clark, pastor i
o St. Johns (’. M. E. Church, and
th© Gospel Chorus rendered inspir
| ir.g service Dr. Clark spoke on the
[subject “Fretting,” the text being
taken from the Psaltu 31. The total
collection raised was ?4»>.50.
Friends are invited to visit
Turner’s ( Impel C. M. E. Church,
when, in Mt. Clemens.
< I M R VI. IIVPTIHT I HUM II
Central Baptist Church partlcl j
pated In a Thanksgiving service j
held at the AiJaion Baptist Church, 1
11 . :;n a. in., of which Rev. C. S. j
Goldshy is pastor.
Music was rendered by a mixed
chorus from the two churches. A*
■ I>rit*f program was also rendered
by the S. S. of the Aijalon Church.
The sermon was delivered by
Ucv. it ,i. Handy.
\t v. :’.o p. m., a Thanksgiving
mogrnm rendered by the S. S.
The attcWattce was fine and the
cnllei tlon liberal,
Mrs. F.thlyn Keys was chairman
o' the program committee. •
Miss Mary Beard, a member of
the H. H., has recovered from a
recent lllnuw.
Bethel League No. 1
The Allen Christian Endeavor
League <>f (treater Hethel Church,
Si Antoine and Frederick streets,
held a very interesting session,
Sunday evening. The subject was
"Causes and Cures of I’vehty”
which was ably discussed by Dr.
If. 17 Simms The address was pre
ceiled by an Interesting general
discussion by league members on
Lesions from the Depression.”
Mrs. Kosa Tyrus. soprano, of
Calvary Baptist Church sang a very
lieautlful solo as did also D. C.
Lee of the Senior Choir’s bass di
vision.
League No. 1 meets each Sunday
evening at six o’clock. The subject
for Sunday, Dec. 10, Is "What Docs
Salvation Mean?” You are urged
to attend.
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THE DETROIT TRIBUNE
WITH THE CHURCHES
Plymouth Congrega
tional Church
Tho minister, Reverend Herbert
King preached lust Sunday on the
subject. “For What Have We To Be
Thankful?”
The new Inter Church Hymnals
were dedicated in an appropriate
service of consecration. The utten
iance Buffered appreciably from
Inclement weather, the number of
communicants being less titan in
any previous Sunday since the be
ginning of autumn work.
It was announced that the Ply
mouth Gala Varieties would be
held in the Schillar Auditorium on
Friday evening. A large patronage
is expected, to witness the supherh 1
performance of many of Detroit’s
most choice talent, not least among [
which is Gloster Current’s Night
ingales who will play for the danc
ing afterwards. The moderator,
Henry 8. Dunbar, urged the mem
bership to support this affair in
order that the new decorations can
go forward with ease and without
financial strain.
Robert Fletcher stated that W. C.
Woodson, Executive Secretary of
the Young Men’s Christian Assoc
iation, would spuik to the Ply
mouth Forum on next Sunday.
Mr. King announced His sermon
subjects for the next few Sundays
! and urged the' membership to make
i known to Interested friends the
J agenda for the remainder of the
| month an I for the holiday season.
Next Sunday is International
! Biblo Sunday and the pastor will |
{speak on the subject, "The Kiltie,,
•Ancient or Modern"", Tin- follow
i ing Sunday, December 17. the sub
ject w ill be "The Idea of God Most
! Necessary Is Con t e m pora ry l
Thought”; and on December;.’-!, Mr.
King will speak on "Tin- Word
(Made Flesh.... Today! ” Mr. King i
will be away for the fifth Sunday
hut will return from the East to
preach from the subject. "In The
lb-ginning" on New Year’s Sunday. ;
The Plymouth Choir will do hi
'number of interesting and insillr |
lng numbers during the holidat
season. It has been announced that
December -4, at live in the after
| noon, w ill bed« voted to a most
delightful Christmas Vesper Serv
: ice under auspices ol' the choir.
LANSING NEWS ;
MUu Louise Hamilton, of PatrolJ
Is Visiting her parents anil little
j brother, Mr. and .Mrs. Hamilton
and son, Junior, who reside with I
Mrs, Marshall Grt\y 1216 \\\ St.
I Joe. Mrs. Hamilton Is known at
the Cotton Club as Harharu i
Other visitors in Lansing for the
Thanksgiving holidays were Miss
j Lucille I'rodle and Miss Mary Col- I
i hert, of Jui kson, guests of Misses
| Ketlui Cross and Helen Hannistcr.
The citizens of Lunsing were j
I delighted to see so many visitors :
from neighboring towns in this city
recently, including lira ltd Itapids, j
Albion, Jackson and Mattie Creek.
Tin visitors not only attend the I. i
! M. I*. <>. K. dance but the Pioneer
Club, at 111 VV. Kalamazoo street,)
and the Little Harlem Sandwich j
Shop, of which Mrs. William ,
Peterson is proprietor. Mrs. Peter- j
son reports that the guests were so
numerous that extra tables had to
be provided, and after dining, they
danced until 4 a. in.
The Throe Aces sponsor a floor
show every Friday night, at th • |
Pioneer Flub. 11l W. Kalamazoo
street. Miss Jennie Hell Drew was
at the piano. The entertainers In t
eluded Miss Helen Hannister, Miss
Ketlm Cross, Chirk Wilev, Wilber
White Goorge Collins and Mr. u:id
Mrs. Parker, of Albion and others.
Among the local sick are William
Roper, Zeno Scott ami Mlhh Hilda
Allen. Miss Allen fell and fractured
her ankle, but will soon be able to
attend school again.
The reporter also learned that
1 John Caldwell of Pltsburgh, and
Mack Williams of Jackson, were I
visitors at the Pioneer Club,
Thanksgiving Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Uenatuin of Chicago |
were week-end guests of his son,
George and his brother, Charles
Allen, both of 1438 Roosevelt
avenue. After the Thanksgiving
dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin and
son, George; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Allen and daughter, Mettle; John
Dorsey. Mrs. G. M. Wagner and
Mr. and Mrs. William Caldwell
spent the evening at the Masonic
Hall attending the Klks dance,
where over 200 were present
Tho reporter visited Mrs. Tho
mas’ restaurant, at 705 W. St. Joe,
where a difereot menu anil home
made Ice cream are rved every
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. White, of Leslie,
Mich., were In Lansing on Thanks
giving ns guests of her mother and
sister Mrs. Rosana Davison, 1005
W. St. Joe, and a sister, Mrs. Allen
832 W. Main street. Mrs. Allen Is
a reader of the Tribune and ulso of
tho Recorder.
Sliver Leaf Lodge, No. 534 of
luinslng, and Capital City Temple,
No. 308 1. B. P. O. K of W. will
sponsor a cabaret and floor show,
Deo. 15 at Ba. in. f at Veterans’
Memorial HaII.
He sure to read the Detroit Trl
bune. t
Saturday, Dec. 9, 1933.
Greator Shiloh Bap
tist Church
553 Benton Street
Sunday morning, Rev, Ross
preached a sermon which greatly
inspired his congregatin, subject.
"Certain Evidences of the Indwell
ing Spirit." Two applied for mem
bership.
Tho lord's Supper was adminis
tered as usual at 3 p„ m.
Sunday morning, Dec. 10, at
10:45 a. in., Walter H. Hlueher,
secretary of the City Plan Com
mission will speak on the slum
project and how it will effect tho
ones who are living in these ter
ritories. The talk will be of vital
interest to every individual of these
districts. All are urged to attend.
The Young People’s Department
of the Sunday School In their
financial drive has arranged for a
program for Sunday afternoon at
3 o’clock. Rev. L. T. Clay of Peace
Baptist Church will be the princi
pal speaker.
The Mother’s Hoard will have
charge of the night services. Mrs.
C. Heat has promised a splendid
I program. Hev. M. Mills is sched
uled to be the speaker.
I “They that Sit In Darkness,” a
| Christmas drama, will be presented
| at Shiloh Dec. 17, at 7 p. m. by the
Molo Dramatic Club. At the same
time the Progressive Rally between
Nt w Mt. Zion and Shiloh will
terminate.
The Nurses Guild under the Sup
ervision of Mrs. A. Thorpe deserve
honorable mention for the excel
lent showing it is presenting at
each service.
Miss Angelina Ross was one of
the prize winners of the Ford Ex
hibition Contest held recently.
The debate held last Saturday !
night •* between the C. K. Askew’|
Progressive Association and the S. I
I), floss Improvement club of th“
West Bide was won by Shiloh, Miss
Ablgull Ross deserves praise for
the remarkable showing made in 1
defending the S. I). Ross Club. (
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Church of God
The Thanksgiving services at
this church were grand and well |
attended. The pastor gave an In .
spiring message from the subject:
"Why Give Thanks.” The text wus J
I taken from II Cor. 9:16 "Thanks He
■ i’nto God For Ills Cnspenkable
l Tift!” The congregation was
1 ittrred by the masterful present i
, (ion of the thought,, Why give
I Thanks. There were two additions
{to the church at the close of the I
I message.
In the evening there was nnotiier
1 « Mcouraging message given by the
assistant pastor. Rev. W. M. Crom
ir. The services on last Sunday
I were well attended in spite of the
1 rain. The pastor brought to the
| congregation an inspiring message
i from the subject, "Making Religion
I Attractive.” He said in part, that
i, we are to win tin* world to the
i Lord Jesus Christ we must make
i religion attractive. There must he
'in its presentation that which will
j appeal to all classes, Jesus Christ,
I our great Example put forth his
) claims in such a way that it ap
' pealed to men, women and children
[ .if every east and class. We ure re
minded of the saying: “The Com
| tuon people heard Him gladly.”
| The hearers were greatly moved as
he brought many reasons to their
'attention why Christians should
make religion attractive.
On Monduy evening there wns a
snprise party given in honor of
Robert Taylor’s 30th birthday.
Church meeting on Thursday
evening of tills week. In the very
near future there will he a musical
program given by tho special
chorus being trained by A. O.
Hrown.
Kvcryone is invited to attend the
noonday prayer service, every
I day including Saturday. Come and
pray and worship with us. There
is prayer and praise and testimony
every day.
Thu sick list includes Mrs. Clara
I Scott, Mrs. Januie Hare, and Mrs.
| Wil’iur Greene.
The pastor and wife were given
a very splendid shower Friday
night. The table was laden with
good things to eat. The members
of this little church are very en-
I thuslastic over the fineness and
jeleancss of the DETROIT THI
MINE. The whole staff and mem
bers of the paper are very fine poo
| pic. It w ill pay every one to make
a visit to the office, purchase and
ir e ad regularly the TRIUCNE
(We are pleased with it.
Dr. Harvey To Preach
Series Os Sermons
I>r. J. R. Harvey of the Commun
ity Tabernaee at Hancock and
, Henuhcin street will begin a series
of sermons next Sunday morning
lon "Jesus, The Negro and Social
Justice." These sermons will re
late the ideas of Jesus to race re-
I lations and social justice, the cause
of the depression and the way out.
| These messages will be of Interest
to men and women in all walks of
I life. Dr. Harvey will deliver
these messages at 10:45 a. in. each
I Sunday In the henutlful auditorium
Jat 505 Hancock street at Heaublen.
St. James C .M. £. i
"The Upper Room” was the I
Communion sermon preached by I
Rev W. J. G. McLin lust Sunday
morning The subject wus taken
from the 22nd chapter of St. Luke
the 12th verse “ Ami he shall show
you a large upper room furnished
there, make ready.” The pastor
said in part:
When the Lord told the disciples :
to go find the upper room, he was
sure of the hospitality they would
receive. For the Easterners always '
kept an upper room, or guest j
chamber, for strangers. And in
each of these rooms were provided
the proper facilities for worship
regardless of religion. This room
wus best situated for counsel and
meditation—away from the noise
of the family. If we, too, would live
high above the noise and bustle of
tho world, the lesser evils could
not dissuade us. The Passover
commemorates the pass over of tho
Death Angel. What does It mean to
you? Does It mean that you have
passed from Death unto Life?
Rev. McLin will discuss A Chri3t
For Salo” Dec. 10th.
The church is anticipating
spiritual and financial success In
the Ist Quarterly Conference, Dec.
31st, with tiie aid of sister
churches. The public is cordially
invited to attend the services at
ail times.
Peace Baptist
Rev. Lee T. Clay, Pastor
Sunday. Dee. 10, the Nurse’s
Guild will celebrate its fifth anni
versary, with a fitting health pro
gram. Dr. S. IF. C. Owen prominent
surgeon of the city, will be guest
spcnke.\
The Trustee Hourd, Calvin N.
Hendricks, chairman, will give a
winter outing, Thursday, Dec. 14.
The church invites all to come and
have a social evening.
The Sunday School’ under the
leadership of Grady Harris is mak
ing great progress. Plans are being
made to have a Christmas tree and
gilts for the kiddles.
Last Sunday, the reporter, Mrs.
L. M. Hendricks was absent from
services so the column is necessar
ily short this week.
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Presbyterian Church
"Hear ye one another's burdens,
and so fulfill -the law ol ( hrlst
was the text from Galatians 6:2
: which the pastor, Rev. J. L. Cole-
UNITY MAKES STRENGTH
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REV. WM. H. PECK. Gen.
President Booker T. Washing
ton Trade Association.
Clifford 0974
IBM Hours: 9 to
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Hy Appointment
DR. WM. H. LAWSON
OPTOMETRIST and OPTICIAN
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Napoleon Drug Store
2452 Hastins St., Cor. Napoleon
Clifford 1013 Clifford 2354
Complete Modern Drug Store
Prescriptions Called for and
Delivered
George H. Benjamin, Phar. D.
Harry S. Pop#, Phar. D.
Graduate Registered Druggists
Always on Duty
2146 Rt. Antoine, Cor. Columbia —Phone
People’s Baptist
Dr. E. M. Kuigler, Pustor
The week of prayer was wall
attended. The members of the
church are now enjoying a week oi
preaching. Mrs. Spratt, noted
evangelist singer, gives her service
! each evening.
On Deo. 14, the young people
will present “The New Parson,”
with K. C. Oglesby us leading man,
and Mrss Florence Green leading
lad>.
t December 18, will be observed at
the church as Great Lakes Mutual
1 Insurance Company’s week. All the
representatives of the company arc
expected to attend the al'fuirs in a
body.
Sunday, Rev. liradby will be at
the church. The public is Invited.
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Mt. Vernon Church
Sunday morning, Dec. 3, llev.
ltall preached a splendid sermon
to a large and appreciative audi
ence text, Exodus 3:3. At the night
service, Holy Communion was ad
ministered and testimonials given.
Rev. Hicks returned to the city
Tuesday alter a visit to Kentucky,
and ho preached Thursday morn
ing. Ills text was from Psalm 136:9
subject, "O, Give Thanks.” He left
Thursday night, for New York, to
conduct a ten days meeting.
On Monday evenng Dec. 4, the
Missionary Society gn.ve an en
tertainment at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ingram, 1939 Madison.
Come out Thursday night anil
witness the contest between the
Lily of the Valley Club and the
Willing Workers Club, conducted
by ReV. Hall.
Prayer meetings are held on
Wednesday nights; Missionary
meetings on Mondays, from 1 to 4
p. m. All are invited.
man choose for his morning ser
mon last Sunday. Talking on--
‘Slogans” particularly the late na
tional slogan the X. It. A.—"We
Do Our Tart,” the text was inter
preted to mean. Doing Our Part
as Christians. lie spoke of our in
dividual, personal responsibility in
trying to remedy the evils of the
social order of today, such as the
exploitation of the masses and
uneven distribution of wealth. Ha
said: "we should become coordi
nators in doing our part for the
Church as well as society so far as
our ability will allow and bear
one another’s burdens as a reli
gious responsibility.”
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Residence: Townsend 6-3547
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
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Phone Plaza 2874
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Dr. P. Johnson
SURGEON DENTIST
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Residence 5658 Scottrn Ave.
Res. S*«S Scotten— Euc. 6767
Office Hours 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
6 p. m. to 9 p. m.
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Special Attention to Women and
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Life, Fire, Auto, Health and
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Phones: Clif. 2292—Ivanhoa 4774
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ance Agency
General Agent
SUPREME LIBERTY LIFE CO.
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City Ushers Union
Meet With
Aged Mothers
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The City Ushers met wi'h
tin* mothers at Ph>...<» Wheatle
Homo on Thanksgiving Day, at *>
p. m. There were 57 ushers present
to cheer and encourage the. moth
ers. A tine program was rendered
and refreshments served. 3he
Ushers Union also guve lovely
flowers to the inmates of the
Home.
Mrs. Vanllraken, the matron,
made it comfortable for the visi
tors.. The Union’s next meeting
will he at New Bethel, at Willis
and Hastings, Sunday, Dec. 10 at
3 p. m. All are invited to attend
the semi-annual meeting of the
board.
MY DREAM OF THE C. U.
B. U. PARADE
By Mrs. Ella Poles
I saw a big parade last night
Come down Elizabeth Street,
Which was lighted by a million
lights,
And everything was neat.
There were fifty thousand
marchers.
Led by an hundred different
bands
And behold the Union Ushers came
Marching where I did stand.
Now the street was bright golden—
A wonderful sight indeed;
I saw' our President Gordon,
Marching in the lead.
He marched with his many ushers,
And folk wondered where they
were going;
They were hound for the Phyllis
Wheatley Home,
To servo the old folk there.
They were decorated with dowers,
And rilling in a shiny car
Was Mother Powell, mother of
K. S. U. B.
The ushers came marching boldV
Singing “I am Singing In My
Soul;”
And the mothers began praying,
Just as the mothers of old.
Then I saw* my own dear mother,
Dressed up in heaven as a queen,
Marching on with the others,
And that was the end of my
dream.
O-
Rev. Kin? Tc Address
N.A.A.C.P. Mass Meeting
ltev. Herbert King will address
a Mass Meeting at the Y. M. C. A.
Sunday, December 10, at 3:30 p.
m. in the interest of the George
Crawford case of Virginia.
UeV. King’s subject will be “Tte
Negroes' Second Emanclpatlo
rente and bring your frt^j,
Tin* speaker’s message is of VflMI
Interest to every thinking cMsJTm*.
The meeting will be under the aus
pices of the locul branch of the
N. A. A. C. P.
MRS. FANNIE PECK. Gen.
President, Detroit Housewives
League.
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