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Evangelist Closes
Revival at St James
Y. M. C A.Offer.
Special Courses
(Continued from Pntfe 1)
|«f«, majoring in Literature and
politan Baptist Church; A. B. More
house College; M. A., University
of Michigan.
French,—lnstructor, Roy A.
Woodson, student Detroit City Col-
Comparitlve Religion—lnstructor,
Dr. A. C. Williams, pastor Metro-
Languages,
lege, majoring in French and Lit
erature.
Appreciation of the Fine Arts
Instructor Robert Hayden, and
others, to be announced later.
Psychology of Everyday Life—ln
structor, Miss Marguerite Stephens
A. 8., Detroit City College, major
in Sociology.
Municipal and Federal Govern
ment (Political Science)—lnstruct
or, Miss Winifred Fairfax, A. 8.,
City College, major in Political
Science.
Religious Education—lnMnictor
to be named.
Health and Hygeine - Instructor, ,
Miss Emma Dean Bell, B. S., Lang
stbn University; Life Certificate in
Physical Education .Emporia Teach
ere’ College.
C. L. Henderson. Graduate of
Engineering, University of Michigan
an; member of the St. Antoine
Committee of Management, and
leader In many progressive activi
ties of our community is assisting
the committee, giving special at
tention to administrative problems.
Miss Jessie Pharr. office assistant
at the “Y” and graduate of the
Baptist Missionary Training School
completes the committee of inter
ested people who are launching tills
worthwhile program.
The public Is urged to give
thoughtful consideration to the a
bove courses and prepare to en
roll in the subject of their choice
during registration week, January
"3 to 12. Further information can be
obtained from Hoy Woodson at the
“Y” any evening between six and
ten o'clock.
Proxy Holders Com.
from Page 1)
%ee assign any Interest In
any depositors money. It makes no
expense to the depositors. It ties
up to no plan of reopening the
banks. It is simply intended to
hurry up the pay-off by any prac
tical means. The usefulness of the
plan is shown by the fart that
until the Guardian Bank depositors
adopted it they got nowhere. Now
the money of the smaller deposit
ors seems likely to be paid off
very soon.
Ope of the difficulties of getting
YfTe depositors to attend to their
balances is, that many of them still
carry books of the old Peoples,
Wayne County, Peninsular, and
other banks, which were swallow
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depositors now have their money
tied up in the First National.
The paper necessary to he signed
can be obtained from any school
principal in Detroit, at any police
station, from any church pastor,
or at the Committee’s office, 825
First National Bank Building.
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Evangelist A. W. Chisholm, of
! 3867 W. Kirby, Detroit, closed a
successful fifteen-day revival at St.
JaiuesDaptist Church, here, Sun
day, Dec. 10. Quite a number were
added to the church most of whom
are candidates for baptism.
The baptismal ceremonies will,
be held Dec. 14, at S p. m., at
which time Rev. Chisholm will de
liver the baptismal sermon, sub
ject, "Why We Buptize and What
It Is.*’
Evangelist Chisholm is a pro
found Bible teacher and a forceful
| Gospel preacher. Ho proved to be
an expert at the blackboard with
the Bible.
During the revival, Bible lessons
were conducted daily from 12 to 2
p. m. , with from twenty to forty
present from the various churches.
Pastor Sherer, of St. James Bap
tist Church, is quoted as saying
from the pulpit that Pastor Chis
holm preaches and teaches nothing
but the Ilibie.
The evangelist has other meet
ings scheduled for other churches.
He warmly praises Rev. Sherer
and his church officers and work
ers, and says St. James is one of
the* most responsive churches In
which he has conducted revival
meetings. He has been Invited to
return next year for another series
oi meetings.
Russell Street Baptist
At 11 A. M. last Sunday, Pastor
M. P. Parrish occupied the pulpit
and preached a splendid sermon.
He stressed business and said "Re
ligion without business, s like faith
without w r orks” He brought out
many new and nspirlng points.
Mr and Mrs. Gordon, 1124 Hague,
surprised the pastor 'Saturday
evening by presenting him with a
large basket of groceries.
The Gospel chorus will have their
rally, Tuesday, Dec. 26. All mem
bers are requested to lie present.
Friends are invited.
Don’t fall to read the Detroit
Tribune —Detroit’s best race paper.
All church news must be in the
office not later than Tuesday noon.
Hoe zdbuCh ,asd taol mfdyyq
OBITUARY
Tho Inst rites for Mrs. Arrner
treaco M. Kastmond wer* held at
her late residence on Friday, Dec
entbo.' Ist.
Dean O’Farrell and Father Lewis
officiated at the services. Her sud
den passing was a shock to her
family and all who knew her. She
was born In New York City and
had lived in Detroit Twentynino
years, the last ten years in High
land Park.
She was the widow of the late
William F. Kastmond of Barbadoos
British West Indies.
Two daughters, Christina Ruth
and Mrs. Ssthcr Whiston, and a
grand daughter Nancy mourn her
passing.
A sister. Ida K. Long and a
brother, William Luke Hedden,
both of Newark, New Jersey, also
survive.
Inkster
News
By H. A. MeNsslejr
The Inkster Girls’ Sewing Club
extend a cordial invitation to one
and all of the readers of this col
umn to attend a dance which they
are sponsoring Friday night, Dec.
22, at Milford aud 24th street, De
troit. The girls of thjs progressive
organization have shown such In
tensive interest in community af
talrs that their club has wou both
local aud state wide recognition.
A delightful evening of recreation
and enjoyment is promised. Don’t
forget the time and place of the
dance.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. God
frey Jones, of Harriet street, will
be the scene of a pretty wedding
soon, when Miss Ethel Lott, their
niece, will become the "Twlde of
Samuel Williams, of Pine and Ash
streets.
John White, of Harriet street,
has returned home from the Henry
Ford Hospital, where he underwent
with market success a serious
operation.
Sunday, Dec. 10, at 3 p. m. Rev.
L, K. Few and his choir and con
gregation, will be guests here at
Womack Temple Rev. Few is pas
tor or Hamlett Temple C. M. E.
Church, 8 Mile Road.
Last Sunday night, Womack
Temple also had the pleasure of
having Rev. H. C. Coggins with
them. He is the presiding elder of
Detroit and Pittsburgh district
His sermon was one that will long
be remembered by those who heard
i:.
Sunday, Dec. 10, was a high day
at rirst baptist Church. The morn
ing worship began at 11 • 30, with
the newly-elected pastor, Rev. A.
L. Merritt, conducting. His text
was from Jurges 7:2l—"And they
stood, every man in uis place.” It
was a fine sermon.
At 3 p. m. the popularity contest
among the deacons of the
i nurch, reached it zenith, by rais
ing $84.86, with Deacon William
Glover acclaimed the most popu
lar deacon. Rev. McGhee, pastor of
Israel Baptist Church climaxed the
occasion with his choir and con
gregation. Ho preached a master
ful sermon on "The Need of Light.
Wo always welcome him and his
Inspiring messages. The total
money raised for the day was
$105.00
Inkster has many progressive
citizens, of whom we shall make
mention in this column from time
i to time. Don't fall to road the Tri
bune and send your local news
Hems to the writer.
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WITH THE CHURCHES
Peace Baptist
Rev. Lee T. Clay, Pastor
Last Sunday, Rev. Clay delivered
a very stirring sermon, text, Matt.
6:28, subject “Consider the Lillies
of the field.“ He reminded his
hearers that even as the lilies grow
botanlcally men cau grow spiri
tually. In grace and godliness. He
also declared: "We grow by being
submissive to the Divine will. The
lilies gve beauty; we can likewise
give service with whatever talent
Ood has given us. We al lhave
talents of some kind.”
Sunday afternoon, the B. Y. P.
U. had a unique program, which
was greatly enjoyed. Deacon Car
ter Is president of this progressive
auxiliary of the church.
Last Sunday night, the Nurses’
Guild celebrated its fifth anniver
sary, with an appropriate health
program. This organization has ac -
compllaheU much to Improve the
health of the church and the com
munity.
Dr. S. C. H. Owen, that prince of
surgeons, was guest speaker. He
gave a highly interesting and prac
tical address on "Health,” saying
in part:
"Three hundre dand eigthy-four
persns were X-Rayed during the
recent tubercular X-Ray clinic for
the chest, and only seven were
found with active tubercular germs
although quite a few had heart
trouble and other diseases. This
proves our group is not so suscep
tible to tuberculosis, as the white
group would have us think.
Health is our most valuable
possession. Most diseases are due
to certain gemiß. Proper food and
rest help fight germs.
"Booker T. Washing said that the
future of the Negro race depend
upon its health.”
As the audience listened to this
great surgeon’s address ,those
present made up their minds to
take care of their most valued
possession—health.
Miss Beatrce Harrs presded.
Visiting nurses were present from
other church*;, ltussell Street
Nurses’ Guild received the finan
cial prize; Corinthian Nurses’
Guild the prize for having the larg
est number present.
City Usher Board
I The Semi-annual program of the
City Usher* Hoard Union was held
f Sunday, Dec. 10, ut 3 P. M. at New
I Hethel Ilaptist Church, at Willis
and Hastings. It was a fine suc
cess, seventy-clgth ushers being
present when roll was called. New
Hethel received both the uttemlanco
and financial banners.
The program was fine and the
attendance large, about 271 ushers
and friends being In attendance.
The next feature sponsored by
tho Union will be a banquet, which
will be given at the Y. M. C. A.,
Dec. 22, at 8:30 P. M. All are
cordially invited.
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Greator Shiloh Bap
tist Church
653 Benton Street
The pastor, Rev. 8. D. Ross
preached last Sunday on the sub
ject, "The Aim of the Gospel.”
‘They that Sit In Darkness,” a
Christmas drama, will be present
ed at Shiloh Sunday night, Dec. 1?
at 7 p. m. by the Melo-Dramatic
Club. At the same time the Pro
gressive Hally between New Mt.
Zion and Shiloh will terminate.
The music department will hold
its Christmas festival, Friday night
Dec. 22, at 8 o'clock, with a can
tata, "The New Born King,” by
Lane also a pageant, “The King of
Kings,” by West. On Sunday night
Dec. 24, at 7 p. m. a cantata, "The
Christ Child,” by Petrie, will be
given. Walter E. West, A. 8., head
of the department, will be in
charge.
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Mt. Vernon Church
Sunday, Rev. Ball preached a
splendid Bermon from Heb. 11:1,
text, ‘Now faith is the substance
of things hoped forth the evidence
of things not seen.” The discourse
was greatly enjoyed.
Rev. Howie preached Sunday
night, text Isiah 40:8, The grass
withereth, the flowers fadeth but
the Word of God shall stand for
ever.
Monday night Rev. Macklin, in
the presence of a large audience,
delivered a stirring message at the
church.
Ilev. Hicks, the pastor, is still
visiting in Keyport, N. J., carrying
on a revival. Rev. Ball, the assis
tant pastor, s conducting the local
services in his absence.
Mrs. Robinson president of the
Missionary Society, is still urging
all men and women who are not
working, to come out and attend
the meetings, from Ito2p. m. j
Don’t forget regular prayer
meeting services at the church
every Wednesday night.
The B. Y. P. U. is having a great
edbated between a distinguished
physician and preacher, on Dec. 22.
Come out and hear them.
Madam Hutchins wll Ibe at this
church, Dec. 27, with a fine pro
gram. All are Invited to be present.
Read the Tribune. It is on sale
at the church every Saturday. Miss
Rosa Mao Mllllron, reporter.
Church of God
Sunday morning the pastor de
livered a wonderful message on the
subject ni “Holiness’’ His text was
from Heb. 12:14. He discussed very
logically what it is and why we
shuld storive to live holy. The
words of the text are; ’’Follow
Peace With All Men and Holiness,
W’ithout Which No Man Seeth The
Lord.” The message will be con
tinued next Sunday morning, and
the though will be; How are we
to live holy, and how will we know
when we have holiness The public
is very cordially Invited o to be
present and hear this Important
subject discussed reasonably, logi
cally, experimentally and Scriptur
ally. The services were well at
tended al day and the congregation
was greatly inspired. There is a
spirit of optmisni among the con
gregaton as many of the members
are reurning to work, some for the
first time n many months. We all
rejoice to see things on the up
turn.
The singing of the chair under
the eladership of Mr. Carr Is su
perb. He has gotten together a
chorus of very splendid voices that
is rndering beautiful music and
soul stirring songs.
The B. Y. P. U. under the lead
ership of Mrt.. Kffle Randle is pre
paring an elaborate program for
Christmas. Mrs. Randle has been
president of the Union for a num
berof years and her work among
the young people Is ery much ap
preciated by the church and gen
eral public.
In the ninthly church meeting
that was held Thursday night,
Dec. 7, officers were elected for the
year 1934. There were very few
changes In the personnel as most
all incumbents were re-elected.
Are you a regular reader of the
Detroit Tribune? Have you given
this tine, clean, progressive, un
prejudiced paper your support?
We are with It and expect to sup
port It 109 per cent We feel that
this is what Detroit needs among
our group, are not paid to say
these tthings; we simply speak out
of the abundance of our hearts.
St. James C .M. E.
The pastor, Rev. W. J. G. McLln,
delivered a convincing sermon last
Sunday morning, subset, “A Christ
For Sale.” The text was taken
from I. Cor. 1:23-24. Among other
things, the pastor said: "As good
salesmen or agents for Christianity
we offer you today Christ, not be
cause we are dissatisfied with Him
but for the good He will do tho
world. We are well acquainted
with the commodity we offer.
Christianity is a product that any
one can buy—a purifying product.
There are established branch of
fices all over the world, for your
convenience. This commodity is
one that will fit any condition. The
makers of the product are God, the
Father, the Son, and the Holy
Ghost. This company existed before
the world began and has always
abided by its contracts. Rush or
ders are sent Immediately on re
quest, by secret telephone, sweet
cammunion. Books stay ready for
inspection at all times. The com
pany can be relied on, because it
is stable.”
On Thursday, Dec. 21, the choir
will give a pre-Christmas musicale
There will also be a pew rally in
connecton with the program. The
public is invited.
Sunday, Dec. 17, the Yolanda
Maddox Choral Club will present a
program at 3:30 p. m.
The Passion Play will have its
first showing at thiß church, Mon
day night, Dec. 18, at 8 o’clock.
Don’t fail to see this play and the
moving pictures portraying the
death of Christ.
Everybody is welcome to attend
all services.
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Metropolitan
The real spirit of Thanksgiving
was very much in evidence on
Thanksgiving Day. For some weeks
prior to the holiday, the social
service committee of the church,
o£ which Mrs. FJiza Murphy is
chairman, were busy at work mak
ing their plans to entertain all the
members and friends f the church
with a Thanksgiving dinner.
A beautiful Thanksgiving serv
ice was held at 11 A. M. The Pas
tor, Rev. Gordon Hay, preached an
eloquent sermon which made all
hearts rejoice.
At 1 o’clock, a delicious turkey
dinned was served. The following
' persons helped in preparing and
serving the dinner: Mesdumes E.
Murphy, Billlngslca, Davis, Atlas,
Chambers, Bingham, Hines, Fields,
Miss Mitchell, Messers, Pace Mc-
Kinney, and Hadley.
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I Presbyterian Church
Avery forceful and vital mes
-1 sage waa delivered by Rev. Cole
man on laat Sunday morning to
which the cangregation listened
with much interest. Talking on the
subject: “The Worth of the
Church", he said, “While the
church has not been flawless in Us
application t human life, neverthe
less for its minor defects, there is
not sufficient reason to abolish it.
as its critics may claim. The real
service and worth of the church
has become somewhat obscure, be
: cause in most instances, Its major
mission, to bring to man the great
pesonalty of Jesus Chist for them
to follow, has been pushed aside
because of the money prblems of
thee hurch. Keeping the machinery
of the church going consumes too
much time. This secondary issue
has become the paramount issue.
While money is needed to run the
chuurch, there Is danger of too
much emphasis being put on it.
The church is no stronger than the
individuals that make It up. The
practical application of the teach
ings of Jesus Christ are not car
ried. out in our social life., because
of material objectves and lack of
personal responsibility to the pro
gram of the church. The prlloso
phy of Jesus Christ is the best
philosophy to live by an dlf carried
out would bring peace, happness
and Justce to human life."
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People’s Baptist
Dr. E. M. Kalgler, Pastor
Dr. E. M. Kalgler, the pastor,
delivered one of the moat inspiring
sermons of his career last Sunday
morning, to a well filled house. His
subject was The Kiusman Redeem
er," text, Ruth 2:1-2. Several were
added to the church membership.
A1 lthe clubs meet Monday even
ing at 7:30.
The Women’s Council, headed by
Mrs. Stone, met at Peace Baptist
Church, Thursday.
Don’t forget the Great Lakes
Insurance Company's date, Dec. 18.
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On Friday night, the choir will
go to the A. G. ' Wright Funeral
Home to render a program. The
public ia invited to attend and
hear this splendid choir.
Bunday, Rev. Coleman, pastor of
j New Bethel, will deliver the mea
! sage at this church, and will be
assisted by his congregation. Din
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Bethel League No. 1
The Allen Christian Endeavor
I League No. 1, of Bethel A. M. E.
I Church, was well attended Sunday
evening. Dr. Daisy Northcroaa gave
an inspiring address on What Does
Salvation Mean?” She gave several
beautiful illustrations of the mean
ing of salvation, which captured
the interest of all present.
Two musical numbers, O, Peace
ful Night” and Deep River,” were
rendered by Bethel’s senior choir.
The general discussion of the les
son was also quite interesting.
The lesson for Sunday, Dec. 17,
will be — Suppose the World Were
Without Christ.” Everybody is
welcome^
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Zion Hill Baptist
Church
Last Sunday, the S. S. attendance
was excellent, despite the incle
ment weather. Class No. 1 was
awarded the financial banner.
At the 11 a. m. service, Rev.
Rodgers spoke on “‘Grace," hla
text being taken from Ephesians.
It was Inspiring.
Rally clubs reported their final
collection) at the 3 p. m. services.
The amount raised was. $25.00.
Sunday afternoon, the sermon
was delivered by Rev. Gordon, his
text being from Acts 9:6, “Lord,
what wilt Thou have me do?”
The church is making splendid
progress. The public is always
welcome.
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Pastor To Be Tendered
Special Honor Dinner
On Sunday, Dec. 17, the mem
bers and friends of St. James Bap
tist Church will give a dinner in
honor of their pastor. Dr. Sherer,
prior to his departure ,on his
Christmas vacation. Rev. and Mrs.
A. W. Chism, of 3867 W. Kirby,
will also be special guests at the
dinner.
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Turner Chapel CME.
Ths church is making splendid
progress, under the able leadership
“of the pastor, Rev. A. H. Phelps.
Pleasant Sunday program will
be held on the fourth Sunday in
each month, at 3:30 p. m. All music
lovers should avail themselves of
. the opportunity to be present.
The ordor of the church services
for Sunday, Dec. 17, is as follows:
i Sunday School, 9:30 a. in.; preach
ing at 11 a. ra., sunbject, “Fellow
ship;” Junior Leaguo, 6:30 w*. i»*.
Senior League, 6:30 p. m.; preach
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4706-10 Milford Avenue
Specialising in Homo Cooking
Meals Served all Hour*
E. M. Dosier, Propriator
MOVING
Transfer Storage
PETERSON AND SON
General Moving—Baa Transpor
tation—Baggage Tranaferred
to all Parts of Chy
Open and Closed Trucks
Office Phone Garfield 1-0364
4826 Milford Avenue Detroit
Res. Phone Garfield 8360
8398 Scotten Are.
Garfield 9812
A Full Line of Electrical Supplies
and Radio Aeeeesories
SIMPSON’S
BATTERY AND ELECTRI
CAL SERVICE
Generator and Starting Motor
Repairing
4742 Milford Are. Detroit

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