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BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH.
3148 Lafayette. Phone Y 7647.
REV. A. E. REYNOLDS. PASTOR.
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
"Elijah In Naboth's Vineyard." 1
Kings 21.
11:00 a. m., preaching. Subject,
"Final perseverance of the Saints."
7: OO p. m„ B. Y. P. U. Topic, “What
Will Make Our Society a Great Suc
cess? John 4:27-36. (Consecration
meeting. Mr. J. E. Hastings, leader.
Beginning with October 10. the meet
ings will open at 6:30 p. m.
8:00 p. m., preaching. Subject. "The
Enchanted Ground.”
Last Friday night the East Denver
Literary Society and Social Club was
organized with the following named
persons officers: President, Mr. James
Young: vice-president, Mr. Vernon
Reynolds; secretary, Miss Myrtle
Hugheß; assistant, Mlbs Amanda Da
vis; treasurer, Mr. Jeff Johnson; Pro
gram committee, Mrs. A. E. Reynolds,
chairman; Miss Beatrice Stamps, Miss
Lydia Stubbs, Miss Rosalee Johnson,
Mr. Coma Johnson, Carl Govan; chair
man Refreshment committee, Mrs. C.
E. Robinson; journalist, Mr. J. E.
Hastings; chairman Lookout commit
tee, Mr. Geo. Brooks; chaplain, Mr.
Phillip Austin; sergeant-at-arms, Mr.
A. C. Cash. The society will meet
every Friday night.
“A Noble Outcast,” a drama play
given by the Excelsior Dramatic Club
at Scott's M. E. church, last Tuesday
night, will be repeated at Bethlehem
Baptist church Tuesday night, Octo
ber 19th. This is the strongest home
talent company in the city and you
will be well entertained. Tickets now
on sale by committee.
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH.
Corner Twenty-fourth and California
Streets. Rev, P. J. Price, Pastor,
3012 Marion Street.
Elijah in Naboth's Vineyard. Num.
32:23. W, A. Moore, Supt. J. W.
Hardy, Asst. Supt.
Splendid services last Sunday. The
incidental expense day was very good
in view of circumstances, $43.00 being
raised. Proceeds fos the entire day
were over $64.
B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. J. Austin
Jr., president.
Mother Irving and Sister E. H. Gib
son were the captains and they ral
lied well. We thank the members
and friends for their loyalty.
The echo meeting on the 19th was
grand.
Keep in mind the pumpkin party
social ftov, Ist. Let every sister by
a pumpkin. .
Watch for good program -Nov. lltn,
interest the Sunday school.
The B. Y. P. U. is doing nicely un
der the young brother James Austin
The Mission Circle is in line for
the state work.
Our Sunday school is progressing
because we have progressive people
in it, and the superintendent is a live
wire.
Covenant meeting Sunday morning.
Did you notice the beautiful flow
ers in the church Sunday?
The young people are forging to the
front in the B. Y. P. U.
Board meeting Oct. 20th. Place,
La Junta. The Mission Circle will
please be ready with their state mis
sion pro rata.
NOTES OF THE ZION BAPTIST
CHURCH,
Twenty-fourth Avenue end Ogden St,
David E. Over, D. D., Minieter.
Residence, 235* Humboldt St.
The stroke which fell upon Zion in
the sudden, taking off of two of its
most prominent and active members,
within a few days of each other, ren
dered a blow, the weigst of which will
be felt for a good many days to come.
Sister Wallace and Sister Stewart
were each present on the first Sunday
evening, in September to bid the pas
tor Godspeed as he left for the con
vention and to take a vacation, which
was cut short in the course of a weak
by the death of both. How wonderful
God works! How sudden the sum
mons! But though coming all unex
pected it found each prepared.
Following this week the auxiliary
work which was suspended during the
month of September will begin activ
ily again. The Women's Bible Class
is called next Thursday afternoon at
*l-30 the usual hour. This meeting
will be followed by the Mission Circle
at 3:30. Every woman in the com
munity is welcome.
The Teacher Training Class is
called Thursday evening at 8:00
o'clock. The pastor hopes to see every
member present. The evening will be
given to review work.
The Zion Fellowship Band will meet
at 8:00 o'clock Friday evening. It is
hoped that every visiting list will be
turned in for reports and marking.
The Sunday School Rally Day is set
for the fifth Sunday in this month.
The days intervening are to be used in
campaigning to bring in every strag
gler and to force the enrollment to a
higher mark. Every element in our
church and school is to be Bet at work
to secure this end. The standard has
been set for three hundred and fifty
present on the 31st. Let everyone pull
together!
The hast five evenings have been
spent by the faithful in prayer. These
special meetings have brought great
good to Hie church and indicate that
we may look forward to quickened in
terest in the coming activities.
Our B. Y. P. U. services, held at 6.39
Sunday evenings, are becoming a real
inspiration. The program rendered by
the boys last Sunday was much to
their credit. In this work our young
people are to take the lead.
iCOTT METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, 803 26TH AVE.
District Superintendent S. A. Strip
ling spent several days in the city
last week attending to important
church business and holding a most
harmonious and successful quarterly
conference.
Splendid audiences morning and
evening at Sunday services. More
than thirty communed.
The Sunday school is steadily in
creasing. Thirty-six officers and
scholars present.
ocott Sunday school will observe
Rally day on 31st with appropriate
exercises.
The choir has increased in num
bers in the persons of Mesdames
Young, Murdock. White, and Messrs.
Cox, Bond and Bell.
There will be good music at all
services. Little Miss Frances White
is organist.
Do not forget to go to the Home
Benefit Entertainment Tuesday even
ing at Mrs. E. Rivers’ residence. 2336
Ogden and get a good supper of fish
or cream for 10 cents.
SHORTER vHAPEL.
Washington and Twenty-third Bta
REV. ROBT. L. POPE, B. D.,
PASTOR.
The following order of service will
be observed at Shorter tomorrow:
10:00 a. m., Bible school and in
stallation of officers.
11:00 a. m., sermon by Rev. H. M.
Collins. B. D., pastor of A. M. E.
church, Tacoma, Wash. Holy com
munion will be celebrated.
6:30 p. m.. Allen C. E. League.
Topic, “Whfct Will Make Our Society
a Greater Success?” John 4:27-36.
Consecration meeting.
7:30 p. m., Echo meeting, when the
following program will be rendered:
1. Preliminary service. 2. Anthem
by the choir. 3. Echo from the Grand
Lodge of Eastern Star. TojK-ka. Kan.,
Mrs. Corinne Abryant. 4. Violin solo
(selected), Mr. George Morrison. 5.
Echoes from Grand Ix>dge of Odd
Fellows, Spokane, Wash.. Messrs. F.
T. Bruce and Lawyer G. G. Ross. 6.
Chorus (selected), by choir. 7. Echoes
from Grand Lodge of F. & A. M., Salt
Lake City, Utah, Messrs. F. H.
Smithea. Win. Sprague and Grand
Master Titus S. Rector. 8. Chorus
(selected), choir. 9. Announcements,
offertory, benediction.
Miss Mary G. Evans, the evangelist
whom Denver delights to honor, will
preach at Shorter Sunday, Oct. 10th
and deliver her famous lecture, ’A
Trip to the Holy Land,” Monday even
ing, the 11th. You have not heard
Miss Evans to her best advantage till
you have heard this lecture. Tickets
are now on sale.
CAMPBELL CHAPEL A. M. E.
CHURCH, CORNER 23RD AND
LAWRENCE STS. REV. JAMES
WASHINGTON, PASTOR.
2542 ARAPAHOE ST
Sabbath services, preaching. 10:45
a. in. and 7:45 p. m.
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
Class meeting, 12:00 m. |
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8:00*
p. m. I
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
Preaching at 10:45 by Rev. John I
Perkins, who will also preach Sunday
evening.
Last Sunday’s services were well at-;
tended. The pastor preached his first
sermon on his return to Campbell to
a large and appreciative audience. All
are glad to welcome the Rev. and Mrs.
Washington back for another year.
Monday evening the Ushers' Club
were entertained at the parsonage by
Mrs. Terry. There was a good attend
ance, new officers elected for'the year.
The hostess served a dainty two
course luncheon, and a very enjoyable
evening was spent.
Mrs. Callie Davis’ little son Joseph, J
also brother of the pressman of this j
office, won the prize ribbon from the
Mothers’ Congress for having the best
garden among school hoy contestants.
He also has some of his cabbage on
exhibition at the shaw at the Audi
torium.
THE PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN.
East 23d Ave and Washington St.
Pastor, J. A. Thos. Hazed, S. T. B.
Sermon topics, Sunday, Oct. 3:
11 a. m.. the Passover and the
lord’s Supper.
4:30 ]>. m.. prayer and meditation.
5 p. m., Communion of the Lord's
Supper.
Rev. L. B. West sustained his repu
tation as a fascinating and convinc
ing pulpiteer at the People’s church
Inst Sabbath morning in his deliver
ance of the anniversary sermon.
The Woman's Missionary Society
has well developed plans for their
fall and winter work.
Rev. Thos-Hazell preaches the pre
communion sermon at the forenoon
hour tomorrow and celebrates the
communion of the lord’s Supper at
5 o’clock. The time for evening serv
ices, beginning tomorrow for the fall
and winter season, will he at 5 o’clock
instead of 5:30 p. in. The Y. P.'S. C.
E. will therefore convene a half hour
before. All communicants are urged
to partake of the Eucharistic feast to
morrow evening.
The fall campaign for the resuscita
tion of every department of the work
opens tomorrow with the Sabbath
school.
Revs. Thos-Hazell and L. B. West
funeralized the body of the baby
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kinch
low last Tuesday. Gladys was three
years, four months, nineteen days lod
"n/t itved wtfh her aunt, Mrs. Lou
Houghes, 2356 Glenarm. The death
A’as almost sudden and unexpected.
This little angel was beloved by all
vho knew her because of her amiable
disposition and cuteness of ways. We
commend the family to the Father's
care.
Last Wednesday night at 7 o'clock
Miss Samira Harris and Jtfr. Lemuel
R. Owens, very distinguished young
people of this city, were married at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. George
Morrison, 834 Fox St., in the presence
of a large number of frtende of the
contracting parties. The union was
a surprise to all excepting one of tht
officiating clergymen and the foster
parents of the young lady. May pe
culiar blessings attend Mr. and Mrs
L. R. Owens in their marital en
deavors.
Church of The HOLY REDEEMER.
(Episcopal)
22nd Ave. and Humboldt 8t«.
Rev. Henry B. Brown, Viear.
Mr. Cudpson will speak Sunday
morning. Oct. 3. Subject, “St. Mich
ael and all Angels.” Special music.
SHILOH BAPTIST MISBION
2720 Larimer St.
Rev. T. E. Henderson. Pastor.
Preaching Sunday at IX a. m and
8 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday, 8
p. m. All are invited to attend and
help Shiloh.
MISSION WORK AND SUNDAY
SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST
1 AND BLAKE STREETS.
0
Sunday School at 1:30 p. m.
Preaching at 3 o’clock.
Bible Training Class, 7:30 each Fri
day evening.
Elder E. J. Clark, teacher.
You are cordially invited to each of
these services.
P. W. COLEMAN, Sec’7.
B. J. CATLETT. Supt.
THIRD SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
CHURCH,
SABBATH SCHOOL (SATURDAY),
1C:30 A M
PRAYER MEETING WEDNESDAY,
8:00 P. M.
PREACHING. 11:15 A. M.
BIBLE LECTURE (SUNDAY) 7:30
i P. M
A SPECIAL PROGRAM WILL BE
|RENDERED ONCE EACH MONTH.
TO BE COMPOSED OF SACRED
MUSIC, RECITATIONS, ETC., BEAR
ING ON SOME SPECIAL PHASE OF
THE GOSPEL.
“I WAS GLAD WHEN THEY SAID
UNTO ME, LET US GO INTO THE
HOUSE OF THE LORD.” PSA. 122:1.
BIBLES AND OTHER RELIGIOUS
LITERATURE MAY BE OBTAINED
FROM ANY OF OUR AGENTS. OR
DIRECT FROM THE CONFERENCE
i OFFICE, 1112 KALAMATH STREET.
I A PERSONAL AND CORDIAL INVI
TATION IS EXTENDED TO YOU TO
i ATTEND THE SERVICES CON
j DUCTED IN THE CHAPKL.
The Pleasant Green Baptist Mission
are having services every Sunday at
II a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and also
prayer meeting, Wednesday night, 8
p, in. Rev. I. X. Whitten of Little
Rock, Ark., will preach for us next
Sunday at 3 p. in. and 7: p. m.
Come and hear him.
BOULDER NOTES
Many of the Boulderites came to
Denver to attend the sessions of the
I Colorado Annual Conference held at
Shorter A. M. E. church.
The Rev. J. W. Rodgers and wife
left Tuesday for their new pastorate
in La Junta. Colo. These two per
sons have made many friends during
their stay in Boulder. It is hoped
that the health of Mr. and Mrs. Rodg
ers will be much improved by the
lower altitude of La Junta.
An excellent and appreciative audi
ence greeted the new pastor of Allen
chapel on Sunday. We fc»ol very
much favored to have the Rev. A.
Wayman Ward, B. I)., to come into
our midst as one willing to serve the
church airtl the race. Mr. Ward is a
young man well prepared to begin so
great a work, having graduated from
Yale University this year after hav
ing completed the courses at Denver
and Wilberforce Universities. We
predict for him a great life of influ
ence and service to his church. Rev.
Ward was entertained during lils stay
in Boulder at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Gibson.
Mrs. W. W. Bryant is much im
proved at this writing from a severe
attack of illness immediately follow
ing her visit to Denver to attend the
annual conference.
Sister A. Harris of Allen chapel Is
confined to her home as the result of
a severe fall.
The wife and daughter of Mr.
James of the S. A. E. fraternity are
expected to return home from an ex
tended trip to the great Northwest
in a few days.
Messrs. Alien, Burchaltcr, Evans
and Smith presented the Rev. J. W.
Rodgers with a beautiful leather
hand hag as a token of the high es
teem they have for him. Such kind
nesses make the lives of the servants
of the people very pleasant.
Mr. Wharton, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gibson, returned Tuesday from
an extended stay in Price, Utah. He
looks the very picture of health.
The public schools are now well
under way. There is a slight increase
in the attendance of Negro children
this year, with five girls and one boy
In the high school. It is to be re
gretted that none has as yet enrolled
In the university.
THE BTAR IS THE ONLY NEGRO
REPUBLICAN NEWBPAPCB IN
COLORADO. IT HAS MORE READ
ERS THAN ALL OTHER NEGRO
NEWSPAPERS COMBINED.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
CHURCH of tho HOLY REDEEMER
Cor. 22nd Avo. and Humboldt.
Phone York 5700.
PEOPLES’ PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH.
Cor. Wwhlpston and SBrd Avea.
Phono York 3164.
SHORTER A. M. E. CHURCH
Cor. 23rd «t, and WMhington Avo.
Phono Rain 7052.
ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
Cor. 24th Avo. and Ogdon St.
York 9377
CAMPBELL A. M. E. CHURCH
Cor. 23rd and Lawrenco Sta.
Phone Hain 7966.
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
24th BL. between California and
Stout Sta.
Phono York 2193.
SCOTT M. E. CHURCH
26th Ave. and Clark eon St.
Phone
BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH
Cor. 32nd Ave. and Lafayette St.
Phone York 7647.
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST MISSION,
88th and Blake atreeta. L. J. JONES,
PASTOR, PHONE CHAMPA 169.
’ROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH
OF THE HOLY REDEEMER,
TWENTY-SECOND AVENUE AND
HUMBOLDT STREET, REV.
HENRY B. BROWN, B. D. VICAR.
MISSION WORK AND SUNDAY
SCHOOL AT THIRTY-FIRST
AND BLAKE STREETS.
THIRD SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
CHURCH,
2917 GLENARM PLACE. REV. J. W.
OWENS, PASTOR. PHONE
MAIN 6646.
Lodge Directory.
F. A A. M. AND ITS AUXILIARIES.
Titus S. Rector, G. M..
2716 Wei ton St.
Wm. Sprague, G. Sect,
2434 Gilpin SL
Rocky Mt. Lodge No. 1 #
1«t and 3rd Mondays of each month
2t>oo Welton St,
Hiram Commandery, * *
>2nd Tuceoay of each month,
only) 1824 Arapahoe St.
Masonic Consistory, (Ist and 3rd
Tuesdays at 32 Goode Bldg./
Queen of Sheba Court,
2nd and 4th Friday of each mouth.
(Afternoon) 2030 Welton St.
Evergreen Chapter No. 36, O. E. S.
Ist and 3rd Tuesday of each mouth.
(Afternoon) 2030 Welton SL
Lone Star Chapter O. E. S..
Ist and 3rd Thursday of each
month.
(Afternoon) 2630 Welton St.
Centennial Lodge No. 4,
2nd and 4th Monday of each month.
1634 Arapahoe SL
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS AND ITS
AUXILIARIES.
Grand Officers.
W. H. Bess, Grand Chancellor,
Colorado Springs, ;010.
Cbas. S. Muse. G. K. of R. Ml 8.
1221 Gaylord.
Aetna Company,
2nd and 4th Wednesday of each
month.
1834 Arapahoe St.
Pythias Lodge No. 11,
Ist and 3rd Wednesday of each
month.
1834 Arapahoe St.
Damon Lodge No. 5.
Ist and 3rd Fridays of each month
2630 Welton SL
Progress Lodge No. 12,
Ist and 3rd Thursday of each
month.
1834 Arapahoe SL
Columbine Ca.lanthe (K. of P.)
2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month
2630 Welton St.
Rocky Mt. Court Calanthe,
2nd and 4th Friday of each month.
2630 Welton SL
G. U. O. OF O. F. AND ITS
AUXILIARIES.
GRAND OFFICERS.
Dr. Paul E. Spratlln, D. G. M.
32 Goode Bldg.
Geo. S. Contee, D. G. Sect.,
2612 Welton St
Rocky Mt. Lodge 2320,
Ist and 3rd Thursdays of each month
2630 Welton St
Arapahoe Lodge No. 2936,
Ist and 3rd Monday of each month
1834 Arapahoe St
Denver Lodge No. 8646,
2nd and 4th Thursdays of eaeh month
ISS4 Arapahoe St
Household of Ruth No. 176,
Ist and 3rd Tuesday of each month.
2630 Weiton St
House- bold of Ruth No. 4130,
2nd and 4th Thursday of each
month at 2 p. m. .
2630 Weiton 8t
P. G. M. Council No. 118.
1834 Arapahoe.
(4th Tuesday only.)
Denver Patriarchy No. 67,
Fourth Tuesday of each month.
2630 Weiton St
Juveniles No. 871 (Odd Fellows).
Ist and 3rd Saturday of each
month at 2 p. m., 2630 Weiton.
U. B. F. AND ITS AUXILIARIES.
Bmmett Cammel, O. 11..
2807 Weiton St.
Queen of the West Temple.
First and third Thursday of each
month.
1834 Arapahoe St
Webster Temple (2 p. m.)
Webster Temple, 2nd and 4th Wednea
lay of each month.
1834 Arapahoe St
Speed Lodge No. 6
First and third Saturday of each
month.
2630 Weiton St.
Western Star Lodge No. 1
Ist and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
ISo4 Arapahoe St
Captolla Temple (S. M. T.).
Ist and 3rd Saturdays of each month
at 2, p. m.
1834 Arapahoe St
Golden Gate Juveniles No. 1 (8. M.T.)
2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month
at 2 p. m.
1834 Arapahoe St
Howard Juveniles No. 3 (8. M. T.) —-
2nd and 4th Saturday of each
Bigger, Better
IN ORDER
To meet the demands of our patrons, we
are pleased to announce that this office has
recently installed one of the largest and
best job presses in the city. So, with a
large and small press, we are now in a
position to do work of all kinds.
NEW TYPE
Thirty new faces of the latest and most
up-to-date type have been added. This
type has been selected after careful study.
The addition now makes the office fully
equipped to handle work from a calling
card to a large placard, including book
work, booklets, dodgers, wedding invita
tions, announcements, and in fact work of
every description.
V
OUR PRICES
We do not claim to do the cheapest work
in the city. The cheapest is usually the
poorest. Our prices are gauged from the
actual cost of production with an addition
of a small profit. Consult us before plac
ing your orders.
OUR MECHANICS
Are men of wide expedience, and have
served the trade for years.
THE DENVER STAR
1026 19th St. Phone Champa 2962
month at 2 p. m.
2630 Welton Bt.
OuNn Elisabeth Tempi* N*. ■
Second and fourth Thuredey of each
month at 2 p. m.
2630 Welton St.
Naomi Temple No. 12
2nd and 4th Friday* of each month
2630 Welton St.
Colombia* Temple (8. M. T.). i
2nd and 4th Monday* of each month
2630 Welton St
/ ■-
Mountain Lodge \Elks No. <6.
2nd and 4th Wedneadays of each I
month.
Spanish War Veterans,
2nd and 4th Friday of each month.
De Molay Consistory meets first and
third Thursday nights at Nippon Hall,
2049 Champa St.
Mystic Shrine meets second and
fourth Thursday nights at Nippon
Hall, 2049 Champa St.
POINTS OF INTEREST.
State Capitol, Colfax and Lincoln.
Union Depot, 17th and Wyakoop Sta.
City Hall, 14th and Larimer Sta.
Auditorium, 14th and Curtis Sts.
Public Bathhouse, 20tb and Curtis Sta.
•f
Public Library, 14th and Bannock.
Fire Dep't., 25th and Glenara Place
Inspiration Point. f
Federal Building, 18th and Champa.
The Elks’ Hallowe'en Masque Ball
will be given Monday, Nov. 1, at their k
hall, 2049 Champa 8t- Music by the *
Elks’ orchestra.

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