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Church activities and Religious Work
Seventh Day
Adventist
The firm general service Ih held
at the church each Sabbath (Sat
urday). The church at study
promptly at 9:30. followed by
morning worship. At 2:30. the
Youdjc People's Voluntary Mission,
ary Society eugage the hour with
*onKH, music and vuriouH reports
of missionary activities. They will
present a unique oratorical contest
next Sunday. K. I,owe, widely
known for his organizing ability,
will superintend the contest. The
judges will be C. W. Woodson, exe
cutive secretary of St. Antoine Y.
M. C. A.; I* <\ Mlount, of Great
Lakes Mutual; Mrs Nina Collins
and Mrs. Viola ilardlman, public
school teachers; and Mr Craig,
posth| employee. The oratorical
<«ntest will he at the Y. M. C A.
on Kllzabeth street, nee. 1.
The Y. P. M. V Society will pre
sent in concert the llynson Lyric
Sextet, Tuesday, l>ec. 3, at Me-
Collester llall, at St 15 p m. A rare
treat Is promised The public Is In
vit<>«!
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New Salem Baptist
At ll a- m. last Sunday, praise
services were conducted by Dea
cons i/cwis and Fountain. Mrs. Kulu
Wiser n'ndered a lovely song. The
pastor. Rev. Walker, preached
from Cor. 8:16. on "The Humility
of Oirlst
The 11. Y. P. C. rendered an ex
rollent program at 6:30 p. ra. Rev
Nell preached on ‘‘The Prince of
Peace.
The public Is cordially Invited to
attend services at this church.
Calvary Baptist
Last Sunday at Calvary Ilaptist
Gfcurch was a great day. Pastor J.
II Mastln preached from Haggl 1:6
’Ye have swon much and bring In
little: ye eat. but ye have not
enough; ye drink but ye are not
filled with drink. Prior to the ser-
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mon, Mrs. Oval tree rendered a
beautiful vocal solo, and Mr*. Cos
tello, of the Church of God, also
rendered several spiritual num
bers. The Junior and senior choirs
furnished music.
In the afternoon, a special pro
gram was given by the Pastors Aid
Society,. assisted by the pastor,
choir, and congregation of Russell
Street Ruptlst Church.
Thanksgiving services will be
held at Calvary at 10:30 a. in.,
Thursday, at which time officers
will be installed and the "home
coming feast observed.
Sunday, Dec. 1, being the first
Sunday In the month, will l»e ob
served as "decision duy” in the
Sunday School, and Communion
will be administered at 3 p. tn.
Kverybody is welcome. Pastor Mas
tin is to preach a speclnl sermon
at 11 o’clock.
St. Paul A. M. E.
•'The Day of Darkness'’ will ho
the subject of the sermon Sunday
morning. 10:45
“Clod's Plan In You’ will be the
subject of the sermon Sunday
evening at 7:45 o’clock.
The Sunday School will convene
at 9:15 a. m. with Rev R. A
Ashley as Superintendent.
The Allen Christian Kndeavor
longue will convene at 6:30 p m.
with Mrs. Ixtla Scott Williams, as
president. Topic: "Missionary
Work In Cities’ Acts 14:1-7
City Usher
Board Union
The City Usher Board Union met
at Macedonia Baptist Church, Sun
day, Nov. 24, with 128 ushers pre
sent at roll call. Calvary usher
board received both banners.
The City ÜBher Board Union do
nated to the Goodfellows of De
troit 640 In clothing, to help care
for unfortunate children during the
holidays.
The next meeting will be at
Phyllis Wheatley Home, on
Thanksgiving Day.
First Baptist
i
The morning service last Sun
day was well attended at First
Baptist Church Pastor J. Davis
preached a fine sermon from Oen.
3:9, text, “Where thou?’
Rev. Robinson and choir, of
Ypsllanti, visited this church and
delivered a message In the after
noon.
The union Thanksgiving services
were held at ML Zion Baptist
Church, on 12th street, Thursday,
Nov. 28.
Miss Alice Kennedy and Miss
Thaddeus Terrell are spending the
Thanksgiving holidays In Chicago,
with relatives.
Rev W. N Bellenson is visiting
friends in Ohio
St. James C. M. E
Pastor McLln'H sermon last Sun
day was a spiritual treat, his sub
ject being, “Listening In On God.”
Among other things he declared
that everybody has an Idea of a
supernatural being, and that In or
der to haer God, there must be a
desire to hear Him. The pastor
will also preach a special Thanks
giving sermon, Thursday. Special
services will likewise be held
the church Sunday, Dec. 1.
The Missionary Society will pre
sent “Sophronia’s Wedding,” a
humorous play In three acts, Mon
day. Dec. 2. at the Columbian
School on West Warren at McKin
ley. All are welcome.
FIRST BAPTIST fIUTtCH
Inkster, Rich.
Rc>. A. 1.. Merritt, pastor
Sunday School wax well at
tended last Sunday. At the 11 a.
m service. Pastor Merritt preach
ed n very inspiring sermon, suh-
Ject ‘The Jail House Prayer
Meeting” text Acta 16:25. All pre
sent enjoyed it and spiritual en
thusiasm ran high.
At 3 p. m., Rev. Theodore Wil
liams, of 8-Mlle Road, preached
here. He was accompanied hy his
choir and members of his congre
gation. The discourse was excel
lent.
The young people’s meeting at
6 p. m was largely attended. The
discussion was of Interest to all
present.
At the evening service. Pastor
Merritt delivered another soul-stir
ring discourse from Daniel 6:10.
subject. 4 'Thc Man Who Had Faith
in Ood.”
Miss Gerollne Kurtz, of Lisbon.
Ohio, a former member of First
Tlaptist Church Is here visiting us.
Sick members of the church still
Include Mary J. Peters and Mrs.
Move.
All arc welcome at this church at
all times.
Rend the Tribune each week
Plymouth
Congregational
Rev. Horace White. of Cleveland.
Ohio, will be guest minister nt
Plymouth Congregational Church.
Sunday, Doc. 1.. at 11 a m. ser
vices. Special music will b« ren
dered
Rev. Harold M Kingsley, of Chi
cago. will he the speaker Sunday,
Dec. S. The guest minister for Dec.
15. will he Rev A. .1. Carey, .lr of
Chicago.
A hearty invitation is extended
the public to attend all these ser
vices
Presbyterian Church
On Nov 17. the pastor, Rev. II <
Porter, preached from Luke 15:12;
subject "The Return of the Way
ward and Sinful to Cod.” based on
the Btory of the Prodigal Son.
Previous to the morning ser
mon he talked to the Junior
on the subject of “Con
tentment,’ linking it up with a
blackboard Illustrated story of
"The Golden Windows.*
In the evening ho talked on the
subject—‘‘Was Jesus Christ a So
cialist,’ contrasting Jesus methods
and doctrines with that of the So
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THE DETROIT TRI BU N B—SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30, 1935
lies?) of today.
On Thanksgiving Day this con
gregation worshipped with St
John C. M. JO. Church, Cor. 8L
Aubln and Maple. The choir eang
and Rev. Porter preached the ser
mon for the union service, at 11 a
m.
The Basaar at the church waa
successful and well attended, the
four booths sellng out their an
cles.
The musical concert the choir
presented in Windsor was highly
praised by the audience at the
First Baptist Church.
‘‘Gratitude” was the subject on
which Rew Porter talked to the
children for ten minutes prior to
the regular sermon for the adults,
from the text-'Bless the Lord, O
my soul, and forget not all his beue
fits.” He reminded them of the
many gifts from God and admon
ished them not to wall until
Thanksgiving to thank God for the
good things he is giving them
every day of the year. His main
sermon was along the same line.
The Usher Board held their re
gular meeting on Monday night, at
the church, with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Harvey Hill as hosts.
The Ladles AJd Society will meet
on Dec. 1, at 6 p. m.. at the resi
dence of Mrs. Parker, 6530 Kirby
Ave., W.
Second Baptist
Lnst Sunday was "Women's
Day’ at Second Baptist. Mrs.
Ktnmu Hicks was speaker at morn
ing and night; and both messages
were very Inspiring and helpful.
The Church thinks that the wo
men are to bo commended for the
results of the day.
Friday night will bring the an
niversary to a close, which Is
known os ‘‘Church Night.”
The pastor will preach next Sun
day morning upon the subject,
“The Challenge of Jesus to Our
Fnlih.”
Big Sisters Club
Presents Singers
In Recital
The Excelsior Harmony Sinner*,
of which Lola Mao Harris la direc
tress, were presented In recital at
Second Haptlnt Church recently,
by the Rig Slaters of the church
The elaborate uniforms of the ar.
lists, consisting of gold satin and
floor-length gowns for the ladies.
| and Oxford-gray suits for the men,
with uniform handkerchiefs and
ties of gold, made a striking spec
tacle. The singers were enthusias
tically received hy the large audi
ence in attendance. Mrs. D. Cum
mings is president of the group:
Mrs. Kulah Williams, special chnlr
nian.
St. Stephens A. M. E.
The members of the Church nre
working like "bees in the hive” to
put over their great propositlon
the new addition to the Church.
The most outstanding entertain
ment given by the members and
their friends was given Wednes
day night, November 20. in the
honor of John 11. Hickman of 0722
Scoti( n avenue Mr lllcbnmi has.
for the past three or f <>ur 'ears,
(hue cnmiendaht ■■■ decorating of
th Church for n’l festivities Mis
Work litis been voluntary and vvMh
oitt any cost
The members of St Stephens
Ch arch are proud to have such a I
man in their midst. Ile was pre
sented with a purse containing a
nice sum of money
Attention Clubs!
Beginning with Becember I.
Hie Tribune will make no
charge* for clnh new*, but to
n*sure nnMlentlon In the cur
rent l**ne«, snch Item* mn*d
reach the Tribune office nos
later than Monday of each
week.
.I. Edward Met all
Editor
Pilgrim Tabernacle
To Present Program
On The Air
The Christians at Pilgrim Tab
ernacle, 1448 Sherman street, will
Inaugurate a radio program over
WJBK, Sunday morning, Dec. TANARUS,
from 8:30 to 9 a. m. The broad
cast will come from the church
building, by remote control from
the local station. All are Invited
to listen in- Rev. Jesse McGrudder
Is pastor of this progressive
church.
Pastor Leaves
For Conference
llev. C. M. Metcalf, pastor ot
John Wesley Zion Methodist
Church, in West Detroit, is leaving
the city for Mississippi, where he
will attend his unnuul conference
to be held In that Htate. Ho will be
accompanied by hiH wife.
Rev. and Mrs. Metcalf will visit
their parents In Memphis, Tenn.,
also points in Arkansas and Ala
bama, before returning.
Rev. Metcalf la progressive re
ligious leader. At present, he is
exeeutivo secretary of a local
factory-workers' council, also a
trustee of the Mutual Benefit
Association of the Revere Brass
Works.
CLUBS i
FOSTER MOTHERS CUB
The Fast Side Fosfer-Mothors’
Club held their fourth anniversary
observance, at the home of Mrs.
Wisdom, :t166 Macomb street, Wed
nesday evening. Nov. 6. Mrs. John
Williams, was re-elected presi
dent; Mrs. Wisdom, vice president;
Mtb. K. Johnson, secretary; Mrs
Ij. Williams, asst, secretry; Mrs.
Ponder, treasurer; Mrs. Woods,
chaplain.
Following the election of officers
donation to the amount of $6.9f»
were given to the Community
Fund. A timely program was pre
sented, the participants being Mrs
Adams, solo; Mrs. Ashby, address;
Mrs. Blackburn, vocal solo: Mrs.
W’oodley, Instrumental solo; Mrs.
Solomon, of the Children’s Aid.
talk; Mrs. Olendenfng. interesting
remark.
Miss Jones, who was recently ap-
I pointed by tho Children’s Aid as
the clubs' new supervisor, also
gave an enjoyable talk. All mem
bers of the Foster Mothers’ Club
are proud of Miss Jones.
Visitors present complmented
the work of the organization. The
hostess, Mrs. Wisdom, surprised
the members with a beautiful an
niversary cuke with four candles,
and served a most delightful
luncheon
WIDOWS AND
WIDOWERS’ CLUB
The dub held Its regular meet
ing last Thursday. Nov. 11. with
.Mrs. Wheat. 926 K. Warren avenue.
The meeting was largely attended
'l'iie social committee invites the
public to attend the "dumb" par
‘v and social, to be given ;»t tli
home of Mrs. ('umtnings. 1200
Warren. Thursday, \ov. 2S.
New members are invited to co
operate.
SILVER MOON SOCIAL
CLUB
The clnh met with Mrs. Kthcl
I ami nr, last Friday evening. Dur
ing the business session, plans
were made for the gingham dress
party to be held on Nov. 30, tit
2732 Jay street. An award will he
given the one wearing the neatest
gingliam dress.
The next meeting will be with
Mrs. Oslo fonder. 3690 Hunt street.
Mrs. M. Bradley is president; Mrs.
Willie Howell, secretary.
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The Silver Moon Social Club met
with Mrs. Osle Ponder, 2690 Hunt
street, last Friday night A ging
ham drees party will be given
Saturday night, Nov. 30th, at 2732
Jay street The clnb will also
sponsor a charity bake sale, Dec.
14th. The next meeting will be
with Mrs. Susie ML Robinson, 2769
Chsrlevolx.
DETROIT STUDY CLUB
The club met with Mrs. Lowell
Baker, Stanton avenue last Fri
day. Reports were given by Mes
dames Anna Bmith, Bertha Baker,
Meta Pelham, Norlne Thompson
and Lillian Johnson, the delega
tes who attended the monthly Di
vision Day of the City Federation
of Clubs, cor, Second Blvd and
Hancock The program consisted of
a paper on Mussolini by Mrs. Ada
Johnson and the reading of arti
cles dealing with the present con
ditions In Italy, by Mrs. A. L. Tur
nertl, substituting for Mrs Terrell,
w’ho was unable to be present on
account of the illness of her daugh
ter. A tasty menu was served by
tho hostess Her special guests
were Mrs. Herbert Simms and Mrs.
Sherman. The next meeting on
Nov. 29th. will be with Mrs. rhftH
Green. King avenue, at 5 p. m
JOLLY TEW NATIONAL
The Jolly Ten National Club gave
a social tea last Suuday evening,
from &to 7, at the home of Mrs.
Willie Mae Franklin, 317 Garfield.
A fine program was arranged by
Mrs. Hutchinson, Mrs. Taylor
gave a delightful reading. Other
line numbers were also rendered.
Thirty-five persons were present,
all of whom gave silver offerings
and enjoyed the elaborate menu
served. Mrs. W, Franklin is pres
ident of the club.
CAMEO BRIDGETTE CLUB,
The Cameo Bridge Club was de
lightfully entertained by Mrs. '
Geraldine Appling, Friday, Nov. 22. '
The meeting was held at Birdhurst
Center, on 8-Mile ltoad. All mem
bers were present, except the presi
dent The evening was spent at
bridge. The bootee* served a de
licious luncheon. Mrs. Caroline
i Foote is president
i THE ORIAN CLUB
The Orian Club, at it* laat few
meetings has laid down plans to
help the State Negro Congress.
Youth Division, bring about a suc
cessful meeting.
Mr. Charles Speneer, temporary
chairman of the club, has designat
ed certain phases of the Negro
problem to the members for spe
cial study, and to present in dis
cussion at the next meeting which
will be held Saturday. Nov. .'to, at
the home of Wynn Garvin, IS2. r i
Van Dyke.
Members of the c lub plan to visit
all of the cities within a radius of
100 miles to Interest colored groups
In attending the Congress, which Is
to he held at the V W C A on
•lan LTi. L’ti, |«»,'!«
NEW ERA SOCIAL CLUB
The New Hra. Study Club enter
tained its members and guests at
an elaborate baminet, Friday uigtu.
Nov. 22nd. at the Plantation Club.
All present enjoyed a delightful
evening, feasting and dancing.
Those In attendance included Dr.
and Mrs. Donavan Givens, Dr. and
Mrs William O. Terrell. Mr. and
Mrs Alfred Hardiman. l>r. and
Mrs. .1 It Henderson, Mr and
Mrs. W. Grimes. Mr. and Mrs Theo
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