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Church Activities and Religious Work John Wesley A.M.E. Zion Church to Conduct Old-Time Revival EVANGELIST B. MARGHRETTA • JONES TO GIVE SPECIAL LECTURE FOR WOMEN The Jihn Wesley A. M. E. Zion Church, 6326 Hart ford avenue, will begin an old-time revival, Sunday, Seut. 15. It will be conducted by Evangelist B. Marghretta Jones of Chicaffo. of Chicago i Jpunday, Sept. 22. a specal lec ture 'will be delivered by the evan gelist, to women only. Sunday Sept. 29. she will deliver a special message to men only. Prayer services will be held every day during the revival, from 1 to 2 p. m. Dr. W. A. Blackwell of Lomax Temple, choir and congregation will render service at this church Sunday, Sept. 15 at 3:30 p. m. Ilev. C. M. Metcalf, the pastor extends a cordial welcome to all. SPECIAL NOTICE We do not Incorporate in club news and other social items, cards of thanks as cards of thanks are forms of advertisement which must be paid for. FUNERAL RITES HELD FOR MRS. E. JORDAN -SlgjffiffßTW HU 1 Ml,-* MW. EHr' t Jordan, wife oo Lee Jordan. 31$, Charlevoix atreet, were held lart Friday from St. John Presby terian Church, Madison and Du bois. Rev. Henry W. Porter, the pas tor officiated. SORE FEET FALLEN ARCHES See I G.L. VINCENT W Licensed both in the United States and tanada as a foot correctionist, to manufacture and sell arch supports made from individua Hours impressions of your feet , , .. , . . 9 to 1 p. m. To make more friends lor the next sixt> 2 so 9 m days I will build arch supports for six dollars gon hy ' X|) which is less than half the regular price. A11 )oln|ment on| , work guaranteed. Signed Townsend G. L. VINCENT, Townsend Foot Correctionist, 1728 E. DAVISON, DETROIT, MICHIGAN Ran. 9845 j WALTER L. RILEY Funeral Director I t «► o » 1391 Mullet atreet Detroit, ML j J ~~~ 11 ■ ~* " , < ieeeeeeoeeoe^eeeeeee»oe»oeeooeoeoee»»e»eeooo»^o^ I FRANKLIN & j FRITZ j 1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 317 Garfield at Brush j: IpTlMOßOßßßßtOtWtXWf******************** ;——... ■, WEBSTER Funeral Home , Successor To DsvU and Webster , |L 307 FREDERICK TF.mple 1-1107 Antioch Primitive j Baptist Church Sunday; Sept. S; prayer service .opened at 11 a. m. Deacon \V. S. IStoudenslre and IT. M. Huckable ; 'conducted the service; after which Rev. T. R. Peterson I'rcached a fine sermon. His text was from Luke 5:4; subject; “Launch Out Into The Deep” The service was inspiring ami largely attended. j Visiting ministers present inclnd ‘ed Elder Jordan Brown. The business meeting of the church 'will he held Saturday night; Sept. li; at 7:JO. The Lord's Supper will he obsened Sunday; Sept. 15. 'Elder V. It. Robinson is pastor. —"flit l Miifirtny: ftagtr l 3, a 3 a. m. after a lingering ill ness She is survived by her hus band; hree slsers, four brohers and a large circle of friends. In terment took plnce at Memorial Park Cemetery. Funeral arrangi ments were in charge of Bristol and Bristol. To Deliver Address < " . .. 4? M jur Hk |w^^|||r ■#sk? v-.’ -aJ! R; *^*•''/' W> * •‘^\* l fw*pW^^»**|| Dr. W. A Blackwell, pastor of Lomax A. M. E Zion Church, in North Detroit, who will be guest speaker at John Wesley A. M. E. Church, Sunday afternoon, at 2 o’clock. Ever Ready Chorus of Hartford Av e. Church In Flint, Michigan At the New Hope Baptst Church in Flint. August 25, a group of the F.ver oatly Chorus of Hartford Avenue Baptist Church. Detroit, under the direction of Miss Sallle Mae Green, appeared In a musical program This musicnl was render ed at three o’clock In the afternoon to a very highly appreciative audl Phono Fltxroy 3689 Phone Pltsroj I7M Bristol And Bristol Funeral Directors “We Consider Your Troubles Our Troubles During These Hard Times” « • i • Professional Efficiency and Dignified Service FUNERAL HOMEt 1141 Jos. Csnpso Detroit, lick. ATTENTION CHURCHES! The Tribune-Independent makes no charges for publishing church news items of reasonable length, when received at this office before noon on Mondays. We have a job-printing department, however, and would greatly appreciate being given the opportunity to print some of the tickets, programs, placards, dodgers, and similar work, which local churches ere frequently having done. At least, we feel this paper should he given opportunity to make a bid for such jobs of printing. THE DETROIT TRIBUNB—SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14. 1986 ence. The people of Flint were ho delighted with the Hinging by this small group, who rendered num bers from the works of Handy, Tillman, Osley Speaks and other I noed composers that on Friday evening, Sept. 20, the entire Chor-I us will go to Flint for a returned 1 engagement The Chorus will also render its second annual grand musical nt Hartford Avenue Baptist Church during tho week preceedng the 3rd Sunday in October. O King Solomon Baptist Church Rev. Clancy preached at the 11 a. m. service Sunday; his subject being; “A Letter to the Church”. Ho also spoke at 3 p. m. and at 8 p. m. All three sermons were very frtlring and large congregations were present Sunday; Sept 15; at 3 p. m.; the Mothers’ Board will hold their seventh anntversary at the church and will render a fine program. The public 1c invited. Mrs. Annie Howard; a member of this church: Is 111 at St. Mary’* Hospital. -I SILVER MOON SOCIAL CLUB The club held its regular week ly meeting last Friday evening, NEWS FROM NORTH DETROIT Services Sunday *t Lotus! A. M K. Zion Churrhfl of whrh On W A. Black wall !■ pastor, wsre In charge of I'rMlillng ►’idvr K. If. Hinton, who pn«a< N i«t II a in. His text wah from 1 (‘or. 11:24, sub ject. ‘"ln the lilloi in Win the Prize," The sermon wua eloquent and amused uiuoh ntereat. Two were added to the church. Rev. J. L. Moore, of St. Peter* Church, Hiuntraiuck. had charge of the service at 3 p. in. 11 In con gregation wan ultto present The text was from St. John 4ft:fill, sub ject. ‘‘Ye Are the Bread of Life." It wa an able sermon. At * p m. the presiding elder administered the Lord's Supper, after the pastor had made his report for the first quarter. Mrs. Hattie Jones, of Dequindre street, will sponsor an entertain ment in the near future, which she has been requested to repeat. Sanford Montgomery, 14210 ing street, arrived home last week from his trp South. He visited his mother, who was to have accom panied him back to Detroit to make her future home Mr. Montgomery is president of the choir. Rev. Bolden, pastor of Cosmopo litan Church, at Davison end n«- qulndre, held his usual service last Sunday. Services were inspiring throughout tho day. Mt. Zioq Church, on Meade street Is progressing nicely and services are being held as usual with much success, although the church is without a pastor. Tho officers of the church are pushing forwrard the activities of the church. Mr. Roman is superintendent of the S. S. Rev. .1. L. Newby, pastor of Plea sant Grove Baptist Church occupi ed his pulpit at both servccs last Sunday .The sermons were force ful and the congregation large. The B. Y. P. IT. and Sunday School are making fine progress. Rev. w. P. Tarpley, pastor of Green Grove Baptist Church, preach from St. John B: 4 at he a. m. service Sunday The attendance was good. Tho funeral of tho late Eugene Jenkins was held from Green Grove Church last Saturday, at 11 with Mrs. W.»M. Howell. Plana were made for a cabaret party and dance to be gvon Sept 21. The hos tess regaled the guests with ice WHY YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR FORD AT JOHNS BROTHERS We employ 35 Colored men all year round. which is more than any five dealers in Detroit. JAMES A.GRANT f Authorised Salesman With iL- , JOHNS BROTHERS FORD DEALERS , 20 Years at Same Location 7811 GRATIOT AVE. at VAN DYKE Whittier 4280 Re*. Phsne It. 6915. Joe Louis A Customer of Latta’s Service Station at Brush Street, Corner Adelaide Says RED CROWN GASOLINE gives hotter perfor mance because it contains Ethyl Anti Knock Compound, plus prompt service. Also, we carry auto Radioes, tiros, tubes, bat teries, Accessories, and Ford V 8. Look for Rod Crown Sign. Jesse Latta, Proprietor Lee J. Morton, Manager. RADIOS *I.OO DOWN Sims’ Garage Towing - GENERAL REPAIRING Starter Generator, Ignition and Battery Service Welding and Collision 1945 W. Grand Bhrd, South of Tiro man Phono Garfiold 4515 BxpsrtoaasS Workman kip It RBASOIVABLB BATES Giro Vo 1 trial 'a. m Rev. Grissom assisted in the service. The deceased is survived by hit widow, three brothers, a daughter and slater. Mrs (’barest. of Cameron street, and William Singleton, of Meade, are on the sick list Rev. W. A Blackwell, of Lomax A. M. E. Zion Church, preached at Clinton Chapel on Sept. 9, at 7:30, and will preach the Communion sermon at John Wesley A. M. E. Hon. Sunday Sept. 15, at 3. p. Rev. Metcalf Is pastor Mrs. E. Bunn. 2062 Meade, and their little daughter, Juanita have returned from their vacation, dur ■itg which they toured through Arkansas and Louisiana. They visited her sister in Lift! Rock and •ter mother-in-law at MeGohee, Vrk . also relatives at Rnyville, La. Pastor Lee T. Clay, of Pence Baptist Church. Is representing Ills people at the National Baptist convention In New Yory City. Emery King. 2134 Bearing, re turned Friday from Atlanta. Ga. where he visited his mother. Macedonia Baptist Church The servifes last Sunday were Inspiring and well attnded * number of visitors were present; including l>r. Daisy Northcross; Mr. and Mrs. It J. McFall. l*astor nleman praelnsl from the text Hel>. 9:27. It was a soul stirring sermon. The music was furnished by the senior choir; which sang beautifully, mmunion was administered. Sunday evening; bting the first Sunday in September; the pastor and congregation of Macedonia went to Greater Shiloh to partici pate in the close of the rally be tween the two churches. The Sunday School and B. Y P. I', are lining nicely. Visitors are 'always welcome at Macedonia < ‘hurch. T-I I SPPPORT YOPR HOME TOWN PAPER IT TALKS WORKb- EIGHTS FOR YOU. I T-I cream and delclous cake. The next meeting wll be at the home of Mrs. Ethel Lamar. Mrs, B. Bradley Is president. St John C.M.E. Church to Observe Anniversary AN ATTRACTIVE PROGRAM TO BE PRESENTED EACH NIGHT DURING ANNIVERSARY EXERCIES Special anniversary exercises will i>< conducted at this church from September la through September 23, with I>r. W. M. Crain former pastor, as truest speaker. Dr. Crain will speak at both services on September 15. A larjre attendance is anticipated. It was under Dr. (’rain's leader ship that the present church home was purchased. He is therefore well-known to Detroiters and is consdered to be one of the most eloquent and forceful speakers in the C. M. E. denomination. An attractive program has been arranged for each nght during the anniversary exercises. All mem bers and friends are cordially in vited. Hev. \. VV ('lark is pastor o Community Baptist Church Hey. Grisson was guest sjwak or at this church hist Sunday morn lag: during the absence of I'a-stor H. G. Melvin; who is attending the Haptist Convention in New York. 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PHOWI TIHPLI MIN ■ - PAGE THREE “He hath skewed thee, 0 ua what Is rood; and what deeth the Lord require et thee, hut te do Justly, .and to lore merey, and to walk humbly with thy God l"—Weak. tiS. Sunday: Set. Kith; at p m. spiritually songs and an thems will he rendered The pub lic is cordially invited to he present City Usher Board Union "Hie uehers turned out in large numbers Sunday; Sept. Mb; to the anniversary of St. Paul A. M. lv Zion (’horch. There were 12a hshers preseii tat roileall. Calvary ushers r«*eoJved the at tendants* and financial banners The next meeting will be Sun day; Sept. 22m1; at Corinthian Haptist church. The public is Invited.