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Eighth and East Jefferson
9 o’clock, Sunday School.
10:45 o’clock. Devotions.
11 o’clock, Sermon by the Pastor,
Rev. Hamilton.
Evening services: 6:30, Young Peo
ple’s A. C. E. League.
8 o’clock, Evening services. Rev. J.
H. Hamilton, pastor.
9 o’clock, Sunday School.
11 o’clock, sermon by the pastor,
Rev. Hays.
Evening services: 6:30 o’clock Ep
worth League.
Rev. J. Hays, pastor.
Eleventh and Monroe Streets
9 o’clock, Sunday School.
11 o’clock, sermon by the pastor,
Rev. Craft.
6:30 o’clock, B. Y. P. U.
8 o’clock, sermon by the pastor, Rev.
1322 East Madison Street
The pastor and members invites the
public to attend the services of this
9 o’clock, Sunday School.
11 o’clock, services conducted by El
der Taylor.
Evening services, sermon by the pas
tor. A turkey and chitterling dinner
will be given at this church Decem
ber 14. Serving will begin at 6 p. m.
Mrs. Bulah Mayo, chairman, Elder
Taylor, overseer.
Don’t forget the debate to be given
by the Junior Church and the Young
Men’s Progressive club December 20,
at the Colored High School auditor
ium. Admission, 25c.
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner were host
and hostess to a beautifully appointed
dinner party given in honor of Mrs.
Pellican of Dekalb, Texas.
The invited guests were Dr. and
Mrs. Robert Phillips, Dr. N. B. Green
lee and Mrs. Emma L. Clayton.
The following persons were arrested
by Officers Oneal, Lacy and Steward,
for disturbing the peace: Stephen Hall,
41, 228 Gold Alley, and Perry Wil
liams, Second Street and Jefferson.
Published Weekly at Phoenix, Arizona
By Consuella McHenry
Rev. C. W. Cartwright delivered a
spirual message to the Junior church
which was enjoyed by all present. The
congregation responded with a liberal
offering. The B. Y. P. U. was well
attended. A splendid program was
rendered, Miss Bessie Middleton, who
is a member of the High School fac
ulty, delivered an address, Subject:
“The Perfect Model. In her address
she gave a most beautiful illustration
of Christ as a perfect model and ad- ,
- monished the youth to try and emulate
the life of Christ, the * ; Model.
Her address was so inspiring that she
held the attention of the young peo
ple from beginning to end. The B.
Y. P. U. is looking forward to hearing
Miss Middleton speak again soon. She
is a beautiful Christian character and
is held in high esteem by the young
people and all others who know her.
The president rendered a beautiful
reading which was much appreciated
by all present. The B. Y. P. U. is
indeed grateful to our president, Mrs.
W. C. Hackett for the service rendered
by her toward the young people. She
is loved by all who know her.
Mr. William Steed favored the B. Y.
P. U. with an inspirational address.
He is chairman of the Deacon Board
of the Junior Church.
The Junior Church was favored with
an inspiration address Sunday evening
by Rev. Duvall of Prescott.
Rev. S. A. Williams, returning from a
succesful revival meeting which he
held in Los Angeles, stopped here en
route to his home in Coffyville, Kan
sas, Tuesday. At the urgent request
of the Colored Baptist Church, he de
livered two addresses. Tuesday night
he spoke on “Love, the badge of Chris
tion Distinction.” Love, he said, leads
to visualization and looks beyond faults
and sees beauty; it leads to power and
sustains us in our joys.
Wednesday evening he delivered his
farewell address which was a spirit
filled message.
His presence has been greatly en
joyed by the people of Phoenix and
his return is looked forward to by his
many friends.
The following students were 100 per
cent in uniform last week: Nora Ware,
Annie Crump, Sarah Hill, Louise Obie,
Corrine La Violet, Adella Moultry,
Eleanor Smith, Vullen Powers, Robert
Crump, Francis Cooke, Ruth Curry,
Ruth Davis, Ruth Phillips, Alyce Dur
ham, Alyce Galbreath, Vivian John
son, Corrine McCutcheram Mabel
Slaughter, Juanita Wynee, Iwilla
Wynee, Dorothy Jones, Vivian Hamil
ton, Eleanor Nicholas, Edna Durham,
Ophelia Clark, Sydney Scott, Eleanor
Wheeler, Bonita Childress, Mary Hicks,
# Constance Franklin, Carry Grant, Ra
chel Smith, Leno Patillo, Guilford
Simmons, Alyce Williams, Bernice
Cobbs, Louise Smith, Leroy Allen,
George Brown, John Dungee, Tommie
Trice, Orion Mack, Shirley Lewis, Se
noma Rodgers, Helen Taylor, Martha
The class that stood highest in uni-
Lolles. Irene McClellan,
form was the juniors. We wonder
what is the matter with the Phoenix
Union High Bulldogs.
Last Friday evening the Freshmen
gave an elaborate kid party. Every
body went away saying the Freshmen
surely know how to entertain.
Last Friday afternoon the student
body went to the aviation field to
watch the thrilling stunt flying by
Mr. Banning and Mr. Powels. We
are very proud to say that this school
has membership in the Bessie Cole
man Flying club. Robert Mims was
the first to join from this school.
Monday and Tuesday, December 9
and 10 games were played between
the Freshmen and Sophomores. We
found out that the Sophomores were
very poor losers. The Seniors carried
away the Juniors in the first half,
giving them no possible chance to
score. The Seniors are proud of their
forward, Lena Galbreath.
Monday, December 16, the student
body of this school is giving a Christ
mas festival. We are hoping to see
a packed house, as this seems to be
one of the best entertainments of
the season.
Men worry a lot about their hair—
when it’s half gone.
Life must be pretty dull in those
families where the husband and wife
agree on everything.
NO. 6

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