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MAY 17,1923 _____: ■VOLUME XUI, NO. 6 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1924. • PRICE. FIVE CENTS ___—-- . I / ,. - --- GRAM) OPENING OF NEW HOME OF ST. LUKE BAPTIST CHURCH TOMORROW (3TNDAY) The St. Luke Baptist Church. Rev. E. D. Cafljee, A. B>, Pastor en ters new home pardhesed from a white congregation, near corner ol Sixth and Clay streets, ’With a grand Entrance and Dedication Exercise® Sunday, December 21st. All Church going Richmond are urged to attend the three services, morning, after noon and night. 9:30—Sunday School, Mr. A. B. ' Jones, superintendent. i 10:00—Offid'al march from Pyth ian Casitle to Church home. 11:30—(Entrande sermon. Rev. E. D. Caffee. A. B., Pastor. Subject:; “Divine Guidance”. i 3:30—Sunday afternoon will be known as Second Baptist Church j Day. The eminent pastor, Doctor Z. D. Lewis will be present to preach accompanied by his choir, officers, ushers and congregation. The public must not he absent. 7 to S P. M.—The Baptist Young People’s Union, MKss Estellte Williams president. 8:30—Rev. W. H. Spurlock will be present to preach, accompanied by New Bridge Baptist Church and, :he Central Chorus of 30 odd voices, j Please be present and help to make j tbs Grand Opening a credit to tha entire community. Monday night, 8:30, Doctor L. Campbell Garland, famous pulpiteer | and church builder, South Richmond will be present to preach, accompan-; ied by his choir, officers, ushers and ^ mem biers of the Union Baptist Church. Tuesday night. December 23rd will be known as Morning Star Baptist Church night. Rev. T. W. Smith,' accompanied by his choi’r, officers, j ushers and members and general public will pe present to preach one of his masterpieces. Wednesday night, f)ecember 24. I Jubilee Prayer Services, the night before Christmas. Thursday, Christmas Day. 'Ser mon and services at 12:00 o'clock. Sunday, December 2Sth. Sermon in the morn*ng. 3:30 Afternoon—The famous pas t v of the First Baptist Church, of North Richmond. Dr. W. T. Johnson, will be present to pnsach, accompan ied by his choir, officers, ushers and membership. 8:30 at night—Dr. W. L. Ransome 1 educator and pastor F>rst Baptist Church, South Richmond, will be present to preach, accompanied bv his choir, officers, ushers and entire congregation. As this is an important history making epoch in church activities, no one can afford to be absent. The ntew church is in need of workers, officers and laborers in every depart ment of its activities. Come, worship and join. A. B. JONES. Church Clerk. —Mr. Henry Fields, Samos, Va. and Mr. L. Dickerson, the inventor of Oyster Punching Machine, of Nesting, Va. were in the city last week. We return our heartfelt thanks to Prof. S. J. Sutton for his recient rec ognition of the “friendship of a life time”. May God bless him and his family in his far-away San Antonio Texas home. t Bmrs V fHOM A PAINTING BY MULLEF The HoLy /Tight Personals and Brills; _ 4 —Rev. Dr. Charres Stewart, Gen eral missionary for the National Bap tHat Contention was in the city tWa week. He was enroute to Washing ton and Chicago. —Mr. J. A. Moss has returned to the city after a ti^p through Penn sylvania and South-west Virginia. —Mr. George Bolden, 504 W. 19th street, who has been Indisposed, is able to bte out again. —Dr. John H. Holmes, of Win ' cheater, Ky. arrived in the city last Saturday night, after an extended tr*!p visiting Relatives in Pennsylvania | Washington and New Jersey. He was [the guest of his sister, Mrs. Julia A. i Dawson, 1000 North Fourth street, j He has four children and six grand I children. He left Monday n*ght for home. He was looking well. | —Miss Roberta Harris, of 108 E. (loth street. Southside, is confined to her home this week by slcqness. Rev. L. J. Morris, of Homestead, I Pa. is spending the Christmas here I wi*jh relatives and friends. His many I friends' were glad to see him hack in hiis old home town. —An excursion train in two sec tions left thi3 city last Saturday night on the $7.00 round trip run fo New York and intermediate sta tions at a lesser rate. The train returned here Sunday night —The St. Luke Baptist Church, wMch has been worshipping at the Pythian Castle under the leadership of Rev. E. D. Caffee, will enter their recently purchased edifice on Sixth street, near Clay tomorrow. —Mrs. D. P. Bragg was stricken suddenly at her home last Monday, falling unconscious to the floor. She later revived and at the latest report was improving. —Mr. Ray Holling^r, the popular manager of the Globe Theatre if* en tertaining good crowds these days. —Chief R. B. Jordan is “making good” in the position to which he i has just been elevated and is hand , ling the reins of government with the skill of a master. SEGAR—HORSLEY" | Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Horsley announce this marriage of their 1 daughter, Clydee Altheretta, to Mr. Carlyle G. Segar, on Monday the eighth of September, nineteen hun dred and twenty-four. Norfolk. Va AN ANNOUNCEMENT. The Godwin Baptist Church, 410 N. Monroe stiieet is a ndw unit to the I Baptist Church, with a very broad program. Rev. W. B. Balil, pastor invftes the public and his many friends to yonAtp Sunday, December 21st, 11:30 A. M.; Sunday School 3:30 V. M.; and 8:30 P. M. Speclar muslr. All are intfted. REV. W. B. BALL Paetor.. P. BALL, Clerk.