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2801 Miami St. 2872 Binny Si
Phone WE 5826
Rev. I. W. Irving, Pastor
I*. C. Avant, Reporter
Sunday school was well attend
ed. The lesson was very interesting
Services wei'e conducted by the
pastor, which were very inspiring
and soul stirring. The services w«re
?njoy1- d by all present.
Bible Forum Thursday at 7:00
p. m. at the chuixdi. Visitors are.
Next Sunday the services will be
conducted hy the women. Como
and help us.
SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Pettis, Pastor
Carrie Harris, Reporter
Sunday school was open at 9:30
with the superintendent presiding.
A very splendid preview of the
lesson was given by Rev. Pettis.
At 11 o’clock Rev. Pettis pre
sented a soul stirring message. His
text was found in the 10th chapter
of Mark 10:15. He explained the
fact that the gospel should be
made plain for men and women
Tho BYPU opened at 5:30 with
the president, presiding. A pro
gram was rendered by the begin
ner department. We had a very
l lively session.
At 8 o’clock, Rev McQuire ren
dered tho sermon, his text was
found in the 12th chapter of Acts
and the 7th verse. His subject,
was, •' His Chains Fell Off ” He
wanted the churches to do more
Our piteyer meeting is coming
along fine. Wednesday we had 45
The sick of the chuixh are Sis.
Dean and Sis- Kindle,
Visitors are always welcome at'
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday school opened at its us
ual hour with Miss Rachel Cason
Miss Louise Nash, secretary, is
on the sick list. We hope for her
a speedy recovery. The Sunday
school had a Valentine program
Morning service was in high, the
pastor brought forth a wonderful
message from the subject., “I Have
Seen Better Days.” There was a
large attemdnnce. Rev. E Young of
the St Jl'hn Baptist church was a
visior from Omaha.
Evening service was enjoyed by
all.Rev. Young brought the mess
Sister Ferry is on the sick list.
Sunday February 20 will be the
day for the 12 Tribe program
Como and witness this program.
You will miss a treat if you fail.
Calvary Baptist church of Rod
Oak, Iowa will be the special guests
for the day.
MO"\ING STAR HAP CHURCH
Rev. Wm. Pruitt, Pastor
Ctiri ' • school opened at the us
ual hour with a large attendance
At 11:30 a. m. tha pastor brou- I
ght to us an inspiring sermon.
Subject ‘Make Hastier and Come
Down.” Text, St. Luke 19:5- Visit
ors in the morning services were
Rxv. A. R. Davis, Mi's Webster an<|
At 3:30 the superintendent and
I school went to Mt- N'ebo to the
I Sunday school allianoe.
fi p. m. BYPU opened with a
large number in atfendance. Thrt
program was tendered by group
At. 8 o’clock the message was
again delivered by the pastor. Sub
let. ‘There is Something in the
Way." Text. St. John 11:39. Visit
ors, Rk)7. and Mis. Tucker and
Mrs. Shipley. The sermon was en
joyed by all. Mission Circle meets
every Friday night at tibe church.
The Christian Culture Course was
taught by Rev. J. S- And) rson from
the 12th chapter of Hebrew. Thrl
president extends a cordial invita
tion to one and all. Visitors are
always welcome at all services.
On Sunday aftnmoon February
20 at 3 o’clock, ID v. Bass will
preach for the Children‘s Activity
club. The Willing Workers club
will meet Thursday night at the
bonne of Miss Clarice Williams,
2019 Cark street.
Read your church ri ws in the
MT MORIAH BAP. CHURCH
Rev. F. P. Jones, Pastor
F. Burroughs. Reporter
At the morning worship the pas
tor punched from Romans 16:1. “I
am Not Ashamed of the Gospel
Unto God.” Many facts which pro
vided food for spiritual _£hought
vena found in this excellent ser
Again at evening si vices we lis
tened to another uplifting sermon.
Mark 8:4, subject, ‘That Blind
Man." Truly ones spiritual eyes
arc blind until J'esu$ comes into
tty h°at"t- Then a new life begins.
Two l|*4>sons united with the
chuith, Rev. George White and his '
wit)”, Mrs. Dorothy White.
The Mission Society is giving
their annual preMartha Washing
ton tea at the parsonage, Friday,
F> bruary 18- Hours 3 to 8.
The Willing Workers and the
Helping Hand clubs are f1 nturing
a joint program the fourth .Sun
day afternoon February 27. There
will be a sermon by a boy, Master
Edward Beasley, a staunch member
j of the church.
The BYPU is sponsoring a pro
gtnm, given by the Los Canbores
club Thursday evening. February
24. They nre asking your loyal
Mrs. Davidson who has be>n ill
for quite awhile is reporter! as
being worse. Mrs. Catherine San
ds, one of our faithful usherettes,
undenvtfnt an operation at the Me
thodist hospital. Her condition at
this writing is reported good.
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. G. E. Stevenson. Pastor
Mrs. M. S. Dixon, Reporter
Sunday school was quit® lively.
Morning services were quite up
lifting. The young people's choir
This being Negro History Week,
j the choir sang all spirituals. Rev.
C. C. Adams delivered the message
this being his anniversary in the
The Inter-Club Musical program
held in the afternoon was a huge
success. This musical was under
the sponsorship of the Everloyal
club, and they wish to thank all
clubs for their assistance. There
were eighteen church clubs repre
BYPU was enjoyed by all. The
president. Mr. J*» W. Dacus was
presented with a lovely box of
initialed handkerchiefs ns a birth
The evening services were great
ly njoyed by all An interesting
program was sponsored by the
young people. All pertaining to
Negro History. We wish to thank
all that so graciously appeared on
Miss Marshall, Miss Harris,
Miss Mills. Mr. Dixon and Mr.
Gordon, who spoke in the Who’s
Who. Mr. Goodlebt, Miss Dixon and
Miss Young, who rendered musical
numbers. Mrs. McCloud and Mrs.
Holliday, who delivvered the ora
tions. Atty. John Adams was the
PARADISE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. F. B. Banks. Pasta*
Sunday school opened on time
with a large attendance- Two new
members enrolled. Visitors pre
Morning service was well at
tended. Rev. Hervey brought to us
a wonderful sermon. Text, Luke
11:1. "Lord Teach Us to Pray."
Everyone enjoyed this spiritual
sermon. He said praying does not
consist of excellemt words or floral
Among the many visitors to wor
ship with us was Rev. Cooper of
pleasant Green Baptist church
At 3 p. m. Mission service was
conducted with Mrs. Hill, the pre
sident presiding. Mrs. Pauline was
elected vice president.
The BYPU was well attended.
Miss Estella Morris is the newly
A(t 8:30 p. m. Reiv Hervey brou
ght to us another heartfelt mess
age. Subjeat, “Keep Your Crown."
Three new members were added
to the church
We regret to say our pastor is
preaching his Iasrt sermon Sunday
February 20, as pastor of the
Paradise Baptist church. As his
mission is to go. he takes his de
parture for a new field. We pray
for his success in the cause. You
am cordially invited to worshfp
At .'! p. m Surd iy afternoon,
services will he conducted by the
The sick of the church, Deacon
G. W Wison
ST.‘JOHN A. M. E CHURCH
“The Friendly Church"
Dr. K. A- Adams, Pastor
I he Sunday school opened with
Mr. I. S. McPheisop acting as
superintendent. 'The lessons were
taught with a great deal of^ enthu
siasm by the teaching stalff.
Dr. Adams is in the midst of a
series of sermons that arc creating
unusual interest. Last Sunday he
preached aibout “Souls at Sea.”
Today his message was (frrected to
the young people. His text was.
■Remember the Creator in the
Days of Youth.” Next Sunday it
will be directed to married people.
Some of the many helpful thou
ghts weie: You are to be strong
in your old age you must make
preparation in your young life be
cause you are young but once
The young |>eople who let them
selves follow aftery the lower
thoughts of life will poison their
minds for life. Therefore the des
tiny of the youth is sown in early
life. There are those who can. rise
Up from a lower life and do well,
but not if tibeir good health has
been destroyed, nor can they
make up for the time wasted.
If one will notice very carefully,
he will fin<] a very few people who
arfll execir' d over 30 years of age
nor do you find very many Coming
to Christ after 50.
The sick of the. church as report
ed are Mr. W. I,. Myers. Sisters
Eliza Turner. Mattie Pridgett,
Martha 1 darter, Georgia Brown
and Pearl Wood, who is up again.
Rev. S. Williams and the Hill
side choirs program Sunday night
February 20th will be very good.
The fourth Sunday night’s all
request services by the St. John
choir will boo. give a fine gospel
message through song.
The Allen Day program giving
many interesting facts about, the
A- M. E. church was very out
standing. The young people show
ed they had made some very fine
preparations to bring to us truths
about the history of our church.
Mrs. Ethel Jones and her Los
Oantores club ane to be commend
ed! for the work they are doing.
Mr. S. E. Gilbert spoke with au
thority on bhe history of the A.
M. E. church. He worked for about
eight years in the A. M. E. Book
Concern in Nashville, Tenn- and
had some very valuable information
Article No. 5
After thi. ascension of Baha
Vllah on May 28,1892. His last |
will and testament was brought
forth and read to his family and ,
assembled friends. It was found .
that IV had definitely appointed
a successor to carry on His work
and to prevent any schism in the |
irfant Faith. This successor was
His eldest son, known to th Baha- j
’is as ‘Abdu’l-Baha, which means
servant of God.
‘Abdu’l-Raha was bom in Tihran,
Persa. on May 23, 1844. the same
day on which thp Bab announced
His mission in Shiraz. That thelrc (
is a reason for this apparent co
incidence is believed by the Baha’is t
but the mystery has not yet be n (
At the early age of nine years
‘Abdu’l-Baha fo'lowed His Father
into exile and prison, and lomained
with Him during all th vicissitud
es of His long and extremely ar- '
duous lfP. While Abdu’l-Bahn was
still a child He tri d to assume all
of the responsibilities of the house ,
hold which would otherwise have |
fallen upon His Father. Very Ear
ly He became known to the Baha
’is as the Branch, which is one of
the titles commonly applied in
Persia to the eldest son of the |
hour*?1. It will be i ©called that in j
several books of the Old Testa- 1
tnenb. particularly Jeremiah, re
ference is made to the coming of ,
the Branch. ‘Abdu’l-Raha is also 1
known as the “Mystery of God ”
IIj.i always insisted that His only
name. His onl station in life,
was ‘Afcdu’l-Baha—Servant of God.
After tihe ascension of BahaV
Uah, 'Abdu’l-Baha becnm’ the Ci'li ^
ter of the Covenant—p cognized as
the or)' to whom all should turn
for explanations of the Baha’i ■
Teachings and whose authority j
was paramount. ,
In Septemh r 1908, ‘Abdu’l
Baha was finally released from His
life-long imprisonment in th ’ city
of ‘Akka in Palestine, through the
young Turk movement which fp ed
all political prisoners. In 1911 He
made a trip through Europe and
visitled in England. In 1912 Hie
leached the shores of North Amer
ica. landing in Nfw York City on
April 11. For nine months He tra
veled the length and breadth of
the United States, everywhere
spreading the news of His Father's
mission and teachings and exhort
ing the people to live together in
amity and peace.
After again visiting Paris, France
He returned to Egypt and thencr
to the Holy Land, where, hr spent
a great part of His time prepar
ing against thr day when war—
which he foretold accurately—
would be declared. His foresight
and kihdness saved many from
death by starvation in thr near
East. For his loving ministry to
the people and His great work in
the int) 1'ests of peace conciliation
and true prosperity. He wms knight
ed by the English governmrnt at
the close of the war.
Tn 1921 ‘Abdu’l-Baha passed
away, leaving thousand upon thou
sands of people feeling that they
had indeed lost a loving friend and
Master. For as “The. Master” was
He most commonly known by both
friend and foe of the Cause.
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MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. 'J. G. Gates, Pastor
Helen Bradshaw, Reporter
TIn:- Sunday school of Mt. Nebo
was very interesting and educa
tional. The lesson '‘Conserving the
Sabbath for Man,” resulted in
much controversry amoiik the
youth of the Sunday school. Mr.
Harris review many interesting
facts about the Nkgro in art, lit
i laturo ministry and music. The
morning service® were truly spi
i itual. The pastor really preached
from his h’.art. Hci usieid as his
t»>xt, ‘‘Go Wash and Be Clean,”
found in the fifth chapter of II
Kings. His subject was, ‘‘When
Cometh Thou,” taken from the
25th verse of II Kings. Everyone
enjoyed the sermon immensely.
Our BYPU was one of superb
interest. Our lesson was a bit off
the subject of the evening.
Th'O subject which has been the
main topic of discussion in our
BYPU is can a child be saved if
he dies at a very young age? It
has be*en one of the greatest, in
teresting and prolonged discussions
even- to confront our very capable
nr.d competent president, Rev, J. A.
Harris. All are invited to come to
our BYPU next Sunday to be pre
sent at a very unusual program.
Our doors stand open to all who
wish to come and rejoice with us.
Tire Mt. Niebo Mission Society
is really becoming one of interest
under th? presidency of the com
petent Mrs. Billingsley.
Paint, Glass and Varnish
We do glazing and make window
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Our invisible resoling is jv st
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Men’s and Women's shoes
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Liquors, Wines and Beer
WE 0999 1904 No. 24th St.
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