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MT. MORIAH RAPT. CHURCH
Rev. F. P. Jones, Pas’or
Forr^teen Burroughs, Reporter
Services were good with a good
art-tendance. YVo likened to a spir
cH'.ial sermon, filed with nrnv
points worthy of 'erious thought.
Tho subject: “Self Analysis’* was
■very irportant, appealing to all
-Christians to put themselves under
■ spotlight and see themselves
9» they are.
The r’lly of the Twelve Tribes
Israel bar gottc started with
rt’ the tribes work rg hard and
jr'ving vsrioua entertainments and
*r> on to hc'n rai e their quota.
Kveryb >dy is invited to como out
«nd see the progress of the Tribes
rand help boost for the on? that you
asm interested n.
The Tribe cf Asher is giving a
“Blase Away" banquet., Feb, 16.
-v."' ich promise! to be different t.ian
.an • -t banquets. Feb. 10, the Tribe
*/ Benjamin is giv'ng a doug’ nut
*ato*aFtho church. These are gen
uine cake doughnuts o get your
order in early.
Th'-'N on the sick list nre: Mrs.
Henry, Mrs. YVright and Mn Ves
\\ • were glad to have so many
visit pre cr.t. Your presence is
an 'ii- uiration to us. Our doors
s»rn plways open to visiors and
srnngs rs. Y ou are welcome to all
sou.' service. .
P.VTItEl. A. M. H. < HI II
l ev. W. M. t'anip-r. pastor
J. S. Jefferson, reporter
1):15 Sunday Sclu I, J. S. Jef
A. M. Marling warship.
PctlO i . M. ACE l.eague, Mrs
!M .Aiuiiik pr aidant.
rfundn> .school opened on time
and wa> well represented. Subject:
"Peter Declares Ills Love.’’ Lesson
.John 21:11-11% Golden tetft: If
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1.4:15. All teachers present. At the
close of the lesson a splendid re-!
view was given by the suj terinten- j
dant. After which Rev. Clamper j
made a very interesting talk to the
young people, Ti’e Girls Interme
diate Class was present w' th the
collection banner and the beginners j
with the attendance banner. Sorry
boys, you’ll have to spur up you’ve
lost both banners now.
Regular service at 11.00 Prayer
by Rev. Coolidge. Scripture by
Rev. W. M. Camper. Ssrnion by
.’lev. S. Stafford. Text: fihmuel
1:5. And Samuel said: Gather all
I., cal to Mizpeh, I will pray for
yov unto the Lord. Subject: “Pray
e. in Power.” Tlic sor'ice was
well j. tended. We wer e very pleas- 1
erf have Mr. E, W. Steams of St.
John AME, Mr L). K. West and
Mr. S. Shipman. V sitors are al
ways welco.ro to Bethel.
Our Union service was held atj
St. John AME conducted by Rev.
W. M. t amper and his choir.
Prayer and class, Wednesday of
rich week. Come and worship with
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SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. I). Nicholson, Pastor
Sunday school opened at the us
r 'I h ur with a large group pres
Morning service was in high
rplri.'. Tho pastor teak the pulp t
the usual hour and brought us
n interesting sermon, which was
' und in Act. 1:24. The message
• full of instnr ti n. Mrs. Plem
mtori of Kanrr.: was our maiming
Even ng service was the spot
'ight service. The pastor brought
i i a special sermon the subject
wa “A Country Man in Town’’.
This subject was inspiring and fuil
i thought. Mrs Louise Nash of
Re1 Oak, la., was our evening, vis
itor and she rendered us a beaut:
ful solo,’which was MSj&ycd by all.]
Visitors aim always welcome to
( Inrinda and the Second Haptist
I HE CHURCH OF THE LIVING
33rd and Bedford St.
Elder \V. Smilh. IV) tor
* Mrs. I. B. Holmes, reporter
Sunday school opened at the us
ual hour 10 a. m. The lesson was
very interesting. Subject of the
lesson “Peter declares his love for
Brother I). W. Simmon, was the
EtJer A. Holmes, supt.
Morning service opened at the
usual hour 11:30 a. m. Prayer
services were opened with song
by Sister Simmon. Prayer by Bro
Simmon, Pastor’s subject was
t'rdm ‘Love One for Another' and
‘What Love can do’ was enjoyed
b yall. Prayer service each Thurs
day eve., at 8 p. m. Bible school
each Tuesday from 8 p. m. to 9.
All are welcome to each of these
PARADISE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. C. Adams. Pastor
I,. Hawthorne, reporter
Sunday school opened at the us
ual hour, 8:30 with the Superin
tcndant, Mrs. M. F, Hill in cliprgo.
i litre was a good attendance. At
'1:30 the service was turned over
u> the deacons. The devotional.:
were led by Deacon Johnson. The
»ernv'n was delivered by our pas
-r. His tOp f, ‘Come and See a
'•Tan1' was l'ound in the 4th chap
" r ci St. John 2!>t>h verse.
RYPU was emmitted owing t"
,H: ci y BYPU meeting.
Evening service was at 8:00. De
votional service was opened by the
deacons, with Deacon Johnson lead
ing. The sernioh was preached by
Rev. Dav's from Antioch Baptist
Church. It ■ was a Very inspiring
Don’t forget the Sunday Forum
to be held at Clair Chapel ME
Church 25th and Mi-'mi St. Sun
day, Feb., 5th~ at 3:00 P. M.
FIRST CHURCH OF
2426 Lake St.
Rev. A. Thomas, pastor
Rev. Frank Johnson, ass’t pastor
Je.;sie Laliolas reporter
Services 12:00 noon; 0:00 Bible
class- 8:00 evening service Week
services on Tuesday and Thurs
Rev. Frank Johnson left for
Chicago Saturday night.
Mrs. Mattie Thomas cf 2525 Pa
ttich Ave. gave a farewell supDer
Tue“day Jan. 21th for Mrs. Ma
de! in Nash, who is going to join
h; • husband in I.os Angeles, Ca
We are happy to wclcore Mr.
and Mrs Arnold back, who have
bet” vi iting for some t me on thcj
Tin Art Club meets Fri lay night
at the home of Mrs. Mattie Tho-j
mas of 2525 Fitrick St.
All are welcome to the friend-j
ly little church around the corner.,
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BETHEL ‘BAPTIST CHURCH
The BTU of the Bethel Baptist
Church w 11 sponsor a “Negro
History Program,” Sunday even-1
ing February 12th, rlt 8:00 P. M. I
Mi. D. E. Squires of the Urban ■
League will be the guest speaker.
His subject, for the occassion will
be, “The Negro. Last Year, year!
and Nxt." Mrs. M! L. Rhone,
Charles Austin, and Mrs. Grace
Collins will also appear on the
program. Music will be furn’shed
by the Senior Choir.
Joshua Henderson, president
Lee. C. C. Hickerson, pastor,
ST. JOHN A ME. CHURCH
“Tho Friendly Church”
Dr. R. A. Adams, Pastor
The services at St. John Last
Sunday school opened at 9:30 with
Sunday were very impressive. The
a fairly good attendance.
D/ Adams took as hs text “In J
all these things we are conquered
through him that loves us.” Some
thoughts to be remembered from
this message are as follows:
1. Conquerirg really means
striving to overcome for the mas
ter and if you resist the devil he
will leave you, but if you are
weak, and give up, he will always
get the best of you. Therefore one
should never once give up to him,
because each victory will help you
to win another.
2. You cannot give up to the
thoughts of others, because they
will eritize regardless to what you
do, although you may be doing
3. Perhaps the hardest thing we
havo tp conquer is our temper. Lf
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we can always conquer it, we ave
our greatest work done.
No report was made of new or
. ick members of the church.
We take this method of express
ing cur sympathy to Mrs. J. S.
Turner over the passing of Brother
The Union services were at St
John last Sunday night with Rev.
W M. 'Camper and his choir serv
ing. Rev. Camper took his text
from St. Luke? th chapter and 13th
verse. II s subject was “The Five
Great Powers." Namely Power of
death, Tears, Love, Prayer, and
His choir sang with great force
whcih seemed to make it easier
for Rev. Camper to preach. These
Union services are creating more
and more interest all the t me. We
pray that it may continue.
Next Sunlay. February 5 the
services will be at Cleaves Temple
with Dr. R. A. Adams of St. John
AME and his choir serving.
Mrs. Adams the wife of the pas
ter, is still improv'ng very rapid
ly, and thanks for the many deeds
of kindness shown during her ill
The Endeavor will be having
some very interesting meetings for
the next faw Sunday’s. Sunday Feb.
5 there will be a speakers forum
different churches of the c'ty. This
meeting will starts at 4:45 P. M.
Sc it will be out in plenty of time
for al1 to go to Union services.
If it news about your church
you will find it ;n your Guide, why
not have it sent out each week.
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[ ILGHIM BAPTIST CHVRCH
Mrs. M. L. Dixon, reporter
..Sunday echo'1 opened at the us
ual, hour and war, well attended.
Three were several birthdays dur
ing the past week. Rrv. Goodlett
conducted the services for the day.
For the morning wors’-ip, he spoke
from tho 19 Psalms 12th verse,
“Cleanso Thou Me From Secret
Sin." Subject: “Our Secret Faults”.
Pillie Goodlett and Sister Katie
Harr s united with the cfiurch Vi
sitors were Mrs. Helen Thomas
of Wyoming and Mr. Williams. We
are glad to welcome Mrs. Clara
Dacus back to her post of duty,
after an extended visit to the
Southland The Young People will
conduct the service all day on
the second Sunday. In keeping with
Negro History Week they will sing
Negro sp rits fc£ the day. A very j
interesting program will be had in
the afternoon. We welcome you to
Pilgrim. Especially on Young Peo
MT. CALVARY COMMUNITY
Rev. R. W. Johnson, Pastor
Mrs. Edna Mitchell. Reporter
Sunday school opened at 9:45 o’
clock with the Superintendent, Sis.
Kdna Mitchell in charge. There was
a nice attendance.
The 11:00 service was opened
by s nging. The pastor brought
tho message from 11 Corinthians
5:19. Subject: “A New Home.” We
thanked God for giving us a new
convert, for Baptism. There was
p wonderf ul spirit in the camp.
At 6:00 the YP Union was open
ed by Sister Romelle Hatter, act
ing president and the lesson was
taught by Sister Edna Mitchell.
The lessen was 'from the fifth
chapter of St Matthew.
8:00 service was opened by the
choir singing “The Lori is in His
Holy Temple.” Our pastor brought
tho message from the 2nd Timo
thy 3:1. Subject: “Peerless Times
tho Fire Fell, and There was a
Great Shout in the Camp.”
Tuesday n'ght at 8:00 the Jan
uary Birthday party will be spon
sored by the Healers.
Wednesday night regular ser
vice from 7:30 until 8:30, Pas
: tcr’s Aid from 8:30 until 9:30.
Friday night, Choir .Rehearsal.
Saturday night at 2814 Cald
well St., the Jun:or Ushers are
sponsoring a Heaven and Hell en
f tertatnment, and will serve ice
cream ani chii. The Senior Board
will serve fish. All welcome. Tic
IN RELIGION & THOUGHT
by ROBERT I* MOODY
The month of February—
! Of all the months in the year
j this one se^ms to have produced j
most of the outstanding Ameri
(1) But we must mention this.]
! February 1st was observed as "So
■’ Hygiene Day.” This was pro
■fc!y c ?rloc!:cd by s"me and
war, not known by many. Tb 1 fight
Fis year was mainly again t syp-!
I nJin.. heretofore many grown ups
■’’ished or refused to mention this
'isease above a whisper. But now
he harvest of "wild oats” has
'emanded our attention to its de
ductive effect. Let us no longer
brink from the truth. Let us face
•the facts squarely anil tell our
-hildren tho truth in a clean and
■ mple way.
Spyh'lis, like crime and war, Is
social disease and must be com
o-tel in the same manner, with
ho efforts of all our social forces
Protect your boys and girls and
one ration to come. Fight Syphilis.
(2) Back to dates. February
i’*'njC5 "Negro History Week,"
I2th-19t)h) and the birthday an
iversaries of Abraham Lincoln,
ind George Washington. Also
Tenry Wadsworth Longfellow, J.
ussell Lowell, and our own Dr.
vV. E. B. DuBo s.' Incidentally we
notice by announcement that Dr.
Dubois is to sneak in Lincoln on the
Pth. There are probably other
birthdays, so we renrently remem
ber those who h.-ve passed on
into eternity, and wish for those
w4ho are alive many happy birth
WATT A YU CARE
A little girl told me she .von
dered whv Bernard Maronev didn’t
commit “Sioux eye sighed”.
Nope, don’t know who sho is.
Ah—Love is so grand says Wen
dell Chambers and Betty Jean But
ler? ??? ?
Winter can’t jump into summer
with a spring.
■ ■"* m
A fella I know' is pretty hot and
bothered about the way all the gals
encircle Ciowboy Stevens in Tech
hall and don’t seem to look at poor
I'ttlo blue-eyed, intelligent them.
Aw think nothing of it R. J. you’ll
I ba all right.
LOVE, where art thou, oh, so
Richard Gaskin has ban-owed you
: eh and w.'th it he has conquered
the heart of a certain little Miss
i with the name of Lena King.
Wc w'ander who Roy Gwens sec
ret passion could be. I hope I’m
right to say J. K.
Our sympathies until next time.
Tho womanagement .
Man in Post Officer .... ..
“Are there any letters for me
“What is the name please.”
“I think the name is on the let
Emma Harvey seems to holding
out on us. Who was t'he gentle
man who went with you to the
Benson-Tech basketball game?
Oh, you won't tell etlff
M<re Dafty rations:
An egg plant: A factory where
they make chickens.
Deliver: An important part of
the baby. ' .
.frjrf-T. ■'ft, .* - ' *
A tax: What Ws? -turkey got.
Pool: What thread is on.
Ad Volorem: ??? Maybe it's a
disease. . i v
Borrowing: Digging a hole.
Interest: Where you go in.
Read: A bright color.
Tape: To beat on a door -
Why don’t someone ask Preston
who the North high dame is ? ? ?
Sho is crazy about him
Maude Richards doesn’t seem to ,
! notice any boys but Henman |
Washington at school.. I wonder!
I Laura Fagin and Nonie Tucker,
must like bo'ng with the gals, so
they take printing at Tech to be
witfh the boys. I wish they were
in my class. How do you like it
girls’?? - >
Carrinne Seay a«d ;John are
having a war witfy^nbtes in the 8th
hour study hall at Tech high. And
boy you ourrht to see what they
write. Don’t let the teacher see t
kids!!! Bve the way, who’s win
ning as I want to., bet on him.
Personal for Joe Wright:
Joe Wright, where is my three
cents you borrowed from me? If
I don’t get it quick, I’ll have to
resort to legal, jneans, * • J. S.
Someone wants M. T. M. to
know that he is losing a good g rl
in R R. she has ouite a collection
tu tie pins and she is very popu
lar with the boys. Say, get one
oj those tie pins will you Monran
ia?? Give you a nickel. Give you
If you stopped going over to
James houses would you keep
writing (her letters ? ? Oh you
would’nt well why don’t you ad
vise Le Bo Tomp (Leroy Thomas
to you) to stop writing to A. M.
Ilomer Anderson sure has got
religion he goes to Mt. Nebo
j 'Church at 11:00 A. M. is it H. B.
cr F. P. He guas to church of Crdd
at 8:C0. Is it O'. H, or B. L.
All Good th ngs must end (? ?)
so FINIS. I
A i hree Days' Cough
I Is Your Danger Signal
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you have tried tor your common
cough, chest cold, or bronchial irri
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Ore omul sion. Serious trouble may
be brewing and you cannot afford
I to take a chance with any remedy
I less poteftt than Crepmulsion, which
goes right to the seat of the trouble
and aids nature to soothe and heal
| the inflamed mucous membranes
i and to loosen and expel germ
laden phlegm. >
Even if other remedies have failed,
don’t be discouraged, try Creomul
slon. Your druggist is authorized to
refund your money if you are not
thoroughly satisfied with the bene
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! ivord, ask for it plainly, see that the
l name on the bottle is Creornulsion,
and you’ll get the genuine product
I and the relief you want. (Adv.)
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