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THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATPKDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919.
ong tli e O li u r c li e s ST. PAUL BAPTIST CIIUItCH. Rev. N. T. Lane, Pastor. At 2:30 p. m. the Sir Knights nnd Daughters of Tabor of the Grand Temple and Tabernacle, led by Sir A. K. Chinn, C G. M of Glasgow, Mo., will form a line of march at their hall on Vine Street to the church. All Daughters will form a line at the church. All Sir Knights and Daugh ters are asked to be in line. A great time will be had. Rev. C. C. Callo way, D.D., will preach the sermon and his choir will sing for the service. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School at 9:30 a. m At 11 a. m. the pastor preached, using for a subject "Signal Light". .At 3:30 the pastor and church attended the mass meeting at Independence, Mo., which closed a successful session of the Shiloh Baptist District Associa tion, having raied $1,599.59. Rev. S. W. Tolcs was elected vice-moderator. ... .At G:30, B. Y. P. U At 7:45, the pastor again preached, using for a subject, "In Thy Presence Is Full ness of Joy; at the Right Pleasures Forever More." It was indeed a won derful sermon. The pastor was at his best and our hearts were made to rejoice. . . .All are asked to attend the Circle on Thursday at 3 o'clock. We are very much encouraged with the needed rest. The pastor preached a The choir under the management of , largely attended. Class No. 8 was grand sermon last Sunday morning Mr. William Melford is doing some first on the hqnor roll, with No. C which was enjoyed by all In the fine singing these days; it is a pleas- j second and No. 7 third Prayer evening services Dr. Carpenter of j ure to sit and listen to them; come Brooklyn, N. Y., preached n fine illus-, next sunuay ana near mem. ine trated sermon on "The .Love ana pasior miu, un-uiucia ''; ju m Friendship of a True Knight" to a their sen-ices at all times, where you large number of delegates who were will find polite ushers, good singing here to attend the meeting of the Su preme Grand Lodge of K. of P.'s, which was in session here last week. . The B. Y. P. U. Coral Society, under the direction of Mrs. Reeves, furnish ed excellent music for the services in the Auditorium last Sunday evening. During the day there were eight ad ditions to the church The Sunday School and B. Y. P. U. are progress ing nicely. .. .Hie Community Chorus meets every Wednesday evening in connection with the prayer meeting. Come out and join The Mission ; and preaching. MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH, Corner 19th and Grove Streets, Rev. James S. Anderson, Pastor. At 10 a. m. the Sunday School was opened and the lesson well taught.. . . The pastor preached a powerful ser mon in the morning service, subject, "Will a Man Rob God?". . . .The cove nant meeting in the afternoon was well attended. In the evening serv- iVo Rnv. f). St, Clair, nastor of the St, Circle meets every Friday evening at t.i, tjnntiat. rhnrrh. was with us and 2 p. m. The general public is invited I prcn(:hed a powerful sermon. We in- luuic Jt Viim tn nnll nc.nn xuntlav was the beginning of our rally and the to attend all of our services to church. ST. JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH. following persons gave the amount opposite their names: Brother Stanton ?5.00 Brother Frair 1.00 Rev. J. I. Davis 1.25 Rev. J. C. Bell, Pastor. Services at St. John were well at tended. The day being Quarterly Rey u Q McQueen 1.00 Meeting the last of this conference sigter Frances r;crce 3.05 year, members and friends did their sister Ma(J Belle DennU 110 best, the effort being a grand one. c. . .. nn ' r - , , . kjiakd WtOIIIVll success, under the leadership of Sis- ; All reports were round and full, gister Beile Woods '. 5.60 ter Wisley. Come and help us make which was quite encouraging to the sister Ma. p0nard l.oo it the best Circle in the city. We in- ! membership. .Mr. McGill, one of the Q!t Tr, r.i0 05 vite strangers to make our church ' old members of St. John, was able to gter white 50 your home and hear this able speaker. be at church Sunday morning... Mrs. nmj many others too numerous to mention. .. .The pastor delivered an CAIN MEMORIAL A. M.E. CHURCH 3943sA Fairfax Avenue, St. Louis, intcrcsting"lecture last Tuesday night Our services were well attended last j are visiting at Hotel Cummings at the yine gtreet Baptist Church, Sunday. The pastor preached from ; Mrs. W. G. Flynn of Jefferson City, suyect "Constructive and' Destruct- the subject, ".f reedom from belt Lon- 1 wno is nere visiting ner sister, .nrs. jye jfeKrocs The jit. Olive choir demnation. The sermon seemed to Ruth cnriyie, ana Jliss iMoriene r.v- sa tQ e satisfaction of all pres- please all that were present. We ans, was a visitor at the parsonage mih ..our pastor will leave next were so pleased to see so many visit- 'Monday Mrs. Rosena Simmons, wee'k f0'r"Norfolk, Va., to attend the ors present at both of the services.. who has been visiting relatives and Nntjonal Baptist Convention. .. .Mrs. Rev. Clinton of Speed, Mo., is here 1 friends in ' Chicago, has returned with us and preached to the delight home to the delight of her many of all that heard him last Monday friends Mrs. L. Brown was in at- night and he will preach every night 1 tendance at church Sunday ... .Gen- because he is a good preacher eral Class and Love Feast was held Revs. Gooden, Stone and Sutton were at the church Monday night. Many with us Monday night Sunday, enjoyed a spiritual blessing. .. .Mrs. August 31, will be Quarterly Meet- M. J. Hill, who was struck on the mg. Rev. R. Clinton will preach at shoulder by a motor truck, is very 11 a. m. Rev. Davis. D.D.. castor of much improved Mrs. N. T. Woods the Mother Church, will preach for j of Batesville, Ark., was a visitor at us at 3 o clock in the afternoon, at , church Sunday services at the regular hour. If you have no church home, come and make this one yours. lou are welcome. Ida B. Boyd, president of our B. Y. P, U., is on the sick list, hence was ab sent last Sunday Come to our Sunday School and learn about God and His cause. Read the Sun and learn about the Nation and the Col ored Race. meeting Thursday nights... The next session of the Southwest Missouri Annual Conference will meet in Al len, Chapel Wednesday morning, Oc tober 8th. Friends and visitors are cordially invited to attend all our services. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. The attendance the last two Sundays was poor. However, the work in the IHble school Is fine and the church services very helpful. While the choir Is taking Its vacation the congregation Is well using Its church at the sing' Ing. The congregational singing, for a change. Is helpful and distributes the responsibility of the services. .. .The Bible School, Mrs. Alphln, superintend ent. Is busy at work on their program for their best Convention year's work. Mrs. J. T. Watklns and Miss Alice Whiteside have consented to be teach ers of the Junior and Intermediate girls.... Mr. J. H. Cooper, a returned soldier, Is leading the Endeavors this year.... The Aid Society Is on a vacation and the president, Mrs. A. J Lewis, Is visiting relatives and friends In St. Joseph... Mrs. Samuel Barnes, who had a successful operation at Wheatley-Provldent Hospital, Is now at home, 2719 Highland avenue, much improved. Mrs. Moses Stevens, who also had an operation at Douglass Hos pital, Is now at home, 1808 Howard, doing fine Mrs. John Clark of Hen nessey, Okla., a classmate of Mrs. Al phln, was a visitor at the parsonage last week. Mrs. Clark Is the widow of the late Mr. John Clark, who was one of the prosperous farmers, stock rate ers and land owners of Oklahoma. . . . Mr. and Mrs. Alphln leave Monday to attend the National Christian Conven tlon at Nashville. Tenn Next Sun day, August 31st. the program for the future work of the fall and winter will be submitted and all members are requested to be present. which time we are asking and look' ing for the pastors, members and friends of the city. This is our last Quarter for this Conference year and we need your help. BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH. A large congregation greeted Pas- VINE STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, tor Dawson last Sunday morning and All services were well attended I listened with interest to a great dis- with four additions. .. .Mrs. Georgia ', course on the Biblical mode of bap- Graham of 1642 Norton Avenue has been sick for two weeks and is no better at this writing. She will go to Bell Hospital, August 24th for treat ment. We hope she will soon recover Mr. Irve Johnson is still very sick at this writing. We hope he will soon recover Mr. Jas. Miller of Oakland, Calif., visited all services, and we were indeed glad to have him with us and hope he will visit us again." Prof. J. R..E. Lee of the Lin coln High School visited also and made one of those stirring addresses. taking for his subject, "The Duty of EBENEZER CHURCH. By Mrs. Ona B. Wilson. The services at Ebenezer were won- derfully inspiring Sunday morning. The sermon was preached so forcibly and practical that the hearts of ail burned within and many were re strained to come to Christ. So pow erful are the sermons preached by Rev. W. T. Osborne that men and women are stricken in sin and asks them to come forward and accept Christ as their personal Savior and WARD CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH. 1120 Woodland Avenue. Rev. J. F. Sage, Pastor. Sunday was a groat day at Ward Chapel. A full house greeted the pas tor Sunday morning. Rev. Sage was nt his best both morning and night. There was one addition. Collection was fine $47.10. The choir was at Its best. Ward Chapel choir is noted for Its music. Mr. C. J. Skinner and members of the choir are preparing for a big musical. Watch for tho dato, . .The Sunday School was good. In the absence of our Superintendent, A. V, Davis, teacher of class No. 3, acted as Superintendent. Class No. 5, known as the Cradlo Roll, Mrs. M. Duncan, teacher, was banner class for collec- tlon nnd attendance. This Is the larg est class In Sunday School. Too much cannot be said of the teacher, Mrs. Duncan, who is bringing these llttlo lots out...., The Allen Christian En- eavor League was well attendeed. Miss Gertrude Alklns, leader. Mr. Davis Is doing great work In this A. C. E. League at Ward Chapel. .. .Tho What-So-Ever Club entertained at the rarsoiinge 1606 East 10th street, Thurs day Mrs. J. F. Sage left Friday for Parsons, Kas., to visit her daughter and other relatives. We all wish Mrs. Sage a good and much needed rest. Tco much prnlse cannot be given to our pastor's dear wlte. Ward Chapel feels very proud or her. . . .The sick is reported doing fine and all on the road to recovery. .. .Rev. Sage Is all smiles and If you ask him why, ho will say, "Dollar Money Is coming In fine." Everybody is eager to get their Dollar Money in by the third Sunday In September. Watch Ward Chapel grow In lend of all Kansas City churches especially In Dollar Money and Educational Money. Lincoln High School Extension Opening Musical Concert SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH Entire program by tho famous Second Regimental Band WILLIAM COOPER, Director GALILEE BAPTIST CHURCH. tism. Many who heard the sermon de- rU i,v ,,, o clared that they never heard a better .,: eorm ,vnc nn,! h discourse upon the subject. One per- the Rev. Mrs T Mot founder of son was baptized and two united with the School of Expression in St. Louis, the church. Bethel is the place to go The subject of her sermon was (The cuu.,ui mUlU uK " Unparalleled Love of God." Mrs, lor 1000. lor me soui. mere you win -int io .n,w.,l cn-nW -,,! oil find it. The Sunday School is in good - d the sermon. . .Mrs. Christine shape and the little ones seem to be simms entertained the Who-So-Ever- more interested than before. Little wi Board. .. .Mrs. Mary Strickland Dorothy Williams won the prize last cntertained the United-We-Stand Club Sunday for giving the best desmp- ..Mrs. Ida Vaughn entertained the tion of Pauls first missionary jour- improvement 'Board. .. .The Willing i. u.,u,w Klu,, k uuui Workersi Club was entertained by til IllLtlCt lillU UlrkCllUaUlU. .111 . XI V Twin City Baptist Young Ministers' Alliance met In their regular meeting Monday night, July 25th at 17th and At 9:30 a. m. Sunday School was as 1 Tracy. Meeting was called to order good as usual.... At 11 a. m. Rev. S.I by Rev. B. C. Cosby, president, and M. Materson preached a good sermon. ' business transacted, after which Rev . . . .At 6:30 P. M. B. Y. P. U. was very S. Cramer preached a very powerful good.... At 9:3d p. m. Rev. Gooch. sermon from Revelations 20:12. All from Houston, Texas, preached a good present were made to rejoice. The sermon. .. .Wednesday, the 20th, Rev. young ministers are Improving nicely C. R. Croons preached a soul stirring with Rev. J. C. Patten as their in- sermon.... We were glad to see Sister : structor The ladies of the Art and Lillian Burgett. the Secretary of our Educational Club will have for their Sunday School, return from visiting j instructor Mrs. J. C. Patten. They ask her father and relaties In Jefferson the Alliance for co-operation. Meet City, Mo.... All the old members ar-1 1 the Alliance Monday night. September invited back again. ' 1, at Friendship Hall, 17th and Tracy Parents to Their Children." It was I ing Smith has returned from overseas ess p,oard wjn be entertained bv Mrs. a great talk. We hope he will visit I and has taken hold of the work and nna j.- Morris The Junior" Stew- us again in the near future Mrs. Lillian Long was at morning services. Her many friends were glad to see her Mrs. Henrietta Nelson was very much pleased with her new home at 1322 Wyandotte Street Total amount of money taken up at the rally was $245.93. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. An unusually large congregation gave the pastor, Dr. Bacote, a wel come greeting upon his return from a 3-week vacation to the Southland, where he has beun enjoying a much is pusiung u 10 sutce st. ardess Board met at the residence of 1 kcv. Jordan Alien preached lor Mrs. Anna Williams and was hpnnti. 1 Pastor Dawson and congregation at f.,iiv prvrA All the MnVis nf v.hpn. the evening service; all enjoyed the ezer are alive and are endeavoring to sermon very much. Many of Bethel's ,v0 v,,a ,.Mr tho wt nf T,r,-ftn best members are away this week at- nn5 . . Tho tfmWvnr nt Fhpn,.i- u tending the Grand Lodge at Omaha. rapjdiy growing. Some of the best Next Sunday is Women's Day at taent of the city is on the program iiethel, and the women are trying to each Sunday evening Under the put the fence up so high that when leadership of Mrs. Olivia Moore, our the Men's Day comes they will not be Distrirt President, we exnort i-rent able to excell them; will you come resuits and have so far had them. If and neip tne women go over the top : you would be jnsPired: if you would Help them by worshipping with us Sunday. BoooooooQoeoeooooooooeooaoooooeo0osoooo0o THE DRUG STORE BEAUTIFUL Service and Quality are Paramount at the WHITE-WOOD DRUG STORE Bring Your Prescriptions to us and be assured of Absolute Accuracy and Fair Treatment. OUR STOCK IS complete; IN JALL LINES N. W. Corner 19th and Vine Streets. (Transfer Point) PHONES HOME EAST 2293, BELL E. 641. sooooooiKooooocooo8ooectooto THE EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER Will Promote a Full Growth of Hair "Will also Restore the Strength, Vitality and the Beauty of the Hair. If your Hair is Dry and Wiry Try be brought closer to God and man Come to Ebenezer, send you rchildren to Sunday School and watch the re- , suits Miss Gladys Smith, presi- i dent Junior Circle, Mrs. Ona B. Wil- . son, Mr. Fred Elma Terrell w.ere the I guests of Miss Lucile Parker, 1209 ; Vine Street, Tuesday evening for din- ner Miss Rosy Alexander of To-. peka, Kas., is the guest of Mrs. Bes- ; sie Mnsnn . . Rrnthpr TIi-iipp. Ipnilpt- ef ' Class No. 7, was banner this week. . . Mrs. Thomas Jones, sister-in-law of Mrs. Bruce, and Mrs. Pies Umphres of Booneville, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce at 130G Vine Street. EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER If you are bothered with Fallinc Hair, Dandruff, Itching Scalp, or any Hair Trouble, we want you to try a jar of EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER The remedy contains medical proprieties that go to the roots of the Hair stimu lates the skin, helping nature do its work, Leaves the hair soft and silky. Perfumed with a balm of a thousand flowers. 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Crews, in eloquent terms, impressed upon the congregation the necessity of giving to the limit. The members and friends alike caught the inspiration; spontaneously giving more than 5300.00, many of those having paid their pledges, some dou bling and, trebling. Sister Louise Mc Donald, stationed at the blackboard, kept account of the amount given. The church is greatly indebted to its women workers: to those who have worked untiringly and unceasingly. They have not only given their dol lars, but their time and energy like wise.... "The Holy Supper is kept indeed in whatsoever we share in an others' need. Not what we give, but what we share for the gift without tho giver is bare.".... It was cool and inviting out on tho lawn oppo site the church, where the evening service was held. The choir was at its best and Dr. Thomas delivered a fine sermon, short, but instructive. 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