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Galveston Examiner (Newspaper) - December 2, 1939, Galveston, Texas Galveston examiner saturday. Dec. 2, 1939 Hojna Bessmay Lant lock Nitiss Lowy Baptist Dhu Vacti eve. J. B. Gipson pastor. Sunday Yas pastoral Day. Every Scy ice was inspiring beginning with sunday Kcf Viool superintendent d. S. Shipp end staff in charge. In the sunday school one to the Church pastor Gipson preached . Of Clook another was added to the Church. President Brisco Piper had Fine Byju at 3 30. A spiritual covenant Imit aug was enjoyed at 4 30. The pastor preached a another splendid Ermon sunday night. A Fine mis Ision was held monday afternoon a with president inn indy Woods in Jarge. a the Mission held fan installation banquet which was for priced As Low As pay As Little As $1 weekly Corner 25x11 and g Smith and Gurry amusement co. Jabir Fontil dec. 2 the Smith and Curry amusement company under the auspices of the coloured elks of Galveston opened tills great amusement Arcade november 23 to continue through december 2, on ��2nd Street Between Winnie and Church streets. The elks aro1 glad to have the company open inter Ali eur supervision As Jit is a beneficial plan to the elks As it vell As the company will be Tjerne Fittz de. Or. Simmons the Field manager of this Arcado has been very cooperative with the people of this City. Or. Simmons stated that while he is in Galveston lie will try to bring together better relationship Between the masses of both races. We Quot the Galveston examiner extend our Best wishes to or. Smith. Or. Simmons and their entire group of Loyal workers for the Fine work they Are doing while in Bur City. Highly enjoyed. Antioch is looking Forward to r. Financial drive to begin december 6 and run through the 10th. Some of the Best preachers in the District will have charge each night. We Are asking for the co operation of the general Public. Visit the Blue Bonnet i Beauty shop expert hairdressing and Beauty work mrs. Maudie Thompson prop. Franklin system513 37th St. You furnish the hair full do the work gifts what men and boys appreciate Are found in abundance at Galveston a Best g Iff shop Leopold Shafer co. 2309 m Arket St. See our Xmas windows for suggestions Texas City Texas first a pc fast Church Rev. L. S. Rubin pastor the sunday school was opened at 30 with. Supt. A Williams and the staff of teachers at their Post of duty. The lesson was uniformly taught by All the teachers. The lesson was reviewed by a the superintendent the classes receiving the banners were the menus Bible Byju was started on time with class and the Cradle Roll the vice president Bro. S. Brown presiding. A very interesting subject was discussed among the juniors. I some of the members of the Church worshipped with the new Jerusalem Baptist Church in Dickinson. Rev. And mrs. L. S. Rubin and mrs. C. Williams made a speedy but pleasant trip to Louisiana wednesday. Misses Willie Mae Hall Marion ind Ruth Merit and or. Isaac Merit were the guest of miss Essis Belle Williams sunday afternoon. Those on the sick list Are mrs. 3. L. Brooks and mrs. M. Rubin. Hazel m. Williams reporter Barbours Chapel Church sunday school was opened 9 45 of clock with All officers and teachers at their Post of duty. Review was Given by the pastor. Morning worship a began with a very inspirational prayer service. Sermon by the pastor. 3 of clock choirs no. 1 and 2 sponsored a program. The pastor preached again at the night Surv ice. We were also honoured with a quartet from Houston during the evening service. Miss Louiss Harris miss Louise Harris of Boston. Mass widely known radio artist will Render her firt program a Ori Ginal sketches a wednesday night the Young matrons Owca at the november 29, under the auspices of Odd Fellows building. Miss Haris is the House guest of or. And mrs. Julius White 2620 Tuam Avenue. Home saturday after 10 Days illness in the John Sealy Hospital. Or. And mrs. R. A. Adams Are the proud parents of a baby boy. Mrs. R. A. Adams returned or. And mrs. E. Dean Are the proud parents of a baby girl. Mrs. 6ean returned saturday after two weeks illness in the St. Mary a Hospital. Little Larry Scott is on the sick list. He is the baby son of or and mrs. James Scott. Save your Nickel for the exam Adams reporter Ine. James left free a Tiona �1939�plr�tator easy Washer Palace furniture company Market i phone 6605 congratulations to the founder and the staff members of the congratulations to the founder and staff of the Galveston examiner on Liis their first anniversary from Phillies cigars a a americans finest 5c Cigar and the l amp l Cigar and Candy co. 2021 23rd Street a dancing Jack Gilbert coloured Salesman valve St examiner new a serviceable lace Hose is in Many figured patterns daring 1.00 1.49 in All Popula colors present this Coupon and save on 89c 9c on $1.00 10 c on $1.49 15c �3w Clark 414 Hoe 22nd Tore St. Congratulations Conroe Texas school patrons of Conroe 1 have a lots to be thankful for this thanks jiving. The Booker t. Washington High school or. T. W. Humphrey principal is really thankful to the school braid for a recent donation of $500 in musical instr a Entys. The school band is Well a under Way Pray ticks Are Given each Day to the participants in the 26-Piree sch it by band. Or. Ii. G. Reynoln the band instructor has been working very hard tor a Pitili Demon rom ion sometimes in i or near future. The Marian Anderson music study club Mot it who heme of mis. M. G. O. Johnson wednesday in a by i is sri in. Many entertainments were planned for the future. We Are Lynd to see mrs. Effie Taylor up and about again. Little r ii. Hill. Jr., is really growing and is his father Happy. Friends regret that their recent born baby girl. Rev. And mrs. S. H. Mitchell lost to Louisiana last week to carry their daughter Ruby Lee. She is reported doing belter. The con in it it Samv Mill is scheduled to close Down Friday dec. 1. The planes will Ron mite of operate several months longer. Thuc business houje.s1 of Conroe will surely miss the Mills pay Roll. Conroe will have. \ Santa Claus Parade monday december 4th. All Bushless org Ibiza ions Are urged to have some entry in the Parade. A the Church of god in Christ is making rapid pro Resst under the of pastor Duncan. The Church stands ready to help Young ministers. Rev. W. P. Powell preach Pic for a them Friday iii it. Services were very inspiring at St. John Baptist Church sunday morning. Pastor Tabb talked from the subject a a Union with the Beaumont District group meeting was it id at the greater metro a Quot Politan m. E. Church november 22, Rev. L. A. Thigpenn District superintendent. Rev. Ii. D. Pace pastor Quot was Host to the meeting. Plans were discussed and made Lor this conference year. The meeting closed with a powerful Sermon by Rev. A. F. Jackon Rev. M. G. Miller a prospective graduate of Conroe College. Is the proud pastor of the Junior Church of the metropolitan m. E. Church. It is reported doing line. Pilgrim rest Baptist Church observed its regular pastoral Day sunday november 2gth. Pastor Cole preached a wonderful Sermon on a the absent Church or. We. A. Johnson and the College students worshipped with them. Ilava your Nickel ready for the paper. West Tabernacle Baptist Church a Church noted for its interest in Young ministers honoured one Quot of its sub Pii stors Rev. G. W. Bell of Galveston who has served this Church regularly for More than a year. He was greatly encouraged by the warm Beuoy ship and gifts of the various members of the Church. In association with Rev. A. W. Ray pastor of the Junior Church Rev. Bell has Bce in very successful in child evangelism. Rev. Ray preached i highly instructive Sermon during the morning service from the ii Kings and 5th chapter. During the night service Rev. Bell used for n text. Matt. 25 8, and subject a waiting but not Reacy Quot and preached a most thorough Ancl in Spirig Sermon. In appreciation of ins zealous service the Brethren presented him with Strong a systematic theology and the missionary Sisters gave him a Liberal collection other necessities and Rev. Bell is striving to develop and increase the Byju attendance for pastor r. S. Camp. Bell reporter. Yield Trosauer. The newly elected f. Petteway ii Plain mrs. P. or. Officers made Brief remarks concerning their work fro this year. The meeting will be held n t mrs. J. W. Wrights Home. The served a delicious menu which was enjoyed by All present. Others present besides the officers i leered were mrs. Winn mrs. F. A Robinson. And mrs. I. G. Williams mrs. A. B. Robinson. Not meeting will to held Deceron in r 22nd. �1i old members Are ask-u1 to be present. The Centre d xes club met at 11 Central he h school last wednes dry evening Wilh the vice president i Mir. Faye Russell presiding in the j no Kitce of the president miss a. I m. Brooks who was ill. A very Lovely meeting was held. The advisors mrs. Dent and miss Urh Portl were present and gave the club Row ideas. We were glad to have mrs. A fifes White in our meeting. She a the organizer of this a roup. Next meeting will be held wednesday evening it p. Ora Lee Griffin reporter. What a doing in the Coin Unity mrs. A o. Mosely who resides at no m l rear entertained a number of friends at her Home saturday. Evening with a delightful time enjoyed by All present and a Lustful menu being served by the. Hostess. Many serviceable gifts were received including Jet Lovely wrist watch Given by her husband or. G. If. Mosely. Among the Many guest present were or. And mrs. W. M. Wells or. Ami mrs. J. R Wiley. Or. And mrs. Korney mrs. G. Anthony mrs. Ruth Moten mrs. F. Thomas mrs. O. L. Leslie mrs. A. A Thomas. Mrs. E. A Davis mrs. Pc. Carr. Mrs. R. Morgan mrs. M. Dua Rhan. Mrs. Lottie Thompson mrs. J c. Dial. Mrs. R. Miles. Mrs. J. M. Hollis mrs. Z. Johnson mrs. L. Grace mrs. E. Tillman is. S. Tan Nev mrs. F. Smith mrs. S. Thompson mrs. A. Austin mrs. J. C. Calhoun or. A. Brown mrs. L. A. Richards mrs. C. Perins miss e. Gamble miss v. Lyons. Miss b. Lacey miss e. L. Hawkins miss c. E. Cummings miss v. Russell. Miss e. M. Grace miss l. L. Wilie mrs. L. Gardner mrs. M. Garrett. Mrs. , mrs. Sallie Eaton or. V. Gilbert mrs. E. Johnson miss l. Hamilton. Mrs. C. Pruitt mrs. E. Dudley or. G. H. Moses and or. And mrs. M. L. Crattic. Mrs. Ethel Woodard and son Leroy May a Beauty Salon 1121 31st St. Pm. 2-11c5 three operators mrs. Lula m. Jackson Mpr. Returned to the est a morning after Havish spent near two months in Fresno California visiting her sister ? attending the bedside of her pin who has gotten his log Woodard states that she enjoyed Nev trip just Fine and a opes to Fetuiai to the West next j to. Ril Oxia 41<l Pilgrim rest Lapust Church na., 2. And Biloxi me sunday schools were line just a sunday. Rev. Go. Land pastor of the me Churchy preached soul surr Lutyi sermons morn i a it incl evening. Rev i. Y. Marshall and reverend Kirkwood visited Jitu Ovja High school both gave to the student body. The sixth Grade class of Biloxi High gave a party at 2 30 of clock Friday evening. The financial com Halgh of by Ionia school is is vying with the other itty an Effort to make a Fine show iii a j. N. Lee reporter. ? my Dixie theatre 4 by 2 Days double features beginning tuesday dec. 5 thru . A one dark night All a lored cast with Man ton Moreland and the four tones congratulations Star hairy pasteurized products phones 8518�?851� 8510 Harlem inn 615 27th Street Beer wine dancing Johnnie Harris prop. Boening by Kiry i2 a air Quality Bakers 414 Tremont dial 8545 special Salt pork. 1%r. I Sweet potatoes. Leib a. L. Farbs grocery mid Market 4228-9 1 eat Home cooked meals at the two Sisters cafe 807 29th Street Short order Home made pie amp soft drinks macs. O. Richardson l. Gilfort proprietors tues. And wed. December 5- i a one dark night. Also a heart of the North Conroe Extension College will present Prog com to the founder Ond staff members of the Galveston examiner on this their first Anniv isaly. S Suderman Stevio a log Adolph Suderman. President the in Roo exic ivs id Cir a log e 6f�?~ Galveston will present its first program of the year it the Mace a Ionia Baptist Church of which Hev. J. D. Taylor is pastor december 5th, 1939. The program will Fea Ture doctrinal and missionary Dis i Russ ions a with Rev. O. L. Loci inon 1 an advanced student and pastor of the Macedonia Baptist Church speaking on the conflicts and Progress of the Church in the world. The school is progressing splendidly. Spiritually and is open for new study rats. Or. Win. A. Johnson is president and to Cher of die College. Key. A. H. Wilson is the class president. Rev. S. Dickens is class Secretary with mrs. Amanda Reed chairman and mistress of ceremonies. The Public is invited 1 to attend this great program and help this school out spiritually and financially. A a thur fri., dec. 7-8 a one dark night also Bride for Henry admission 10c Tinct 25c Texas Star bakery ask for Blue ribbon and French bread in Galveston its tops 2801 ave. H phone 2-7342 tip top cafe Good Home cooked meals a cold Beer wine Good music and dancing few my Yery 2627 ave. F. Dial 2-1301 Bay Shore poultry Market 3705 Avenue i leghorn amp fryers 22n la i Reck fryers. 24i la turkeys. 20c la Hins. �?~18c la All poultry dressed free give us your order Broadway Cash groceries meats fruits and vegetables a $ 2027 Broadway phone 9303 a b9� clui5 in is j the Blue Bonnet Reading club. A wet in the Home of mrs. J. It. A Lumphrey the meeting was in charge i of the president mrs. M. Justice. Devotional was led by the chaplain i mrs. Of Petteway. New officers1 a were elected for the ensuing year. Mrs. J. W. Wright president mrs. 1vi. Justice vice president mrs. J. R. Ii Umphrey Secretary mrs. M. J. Dunn Quot assistant Secretary mrs. J. Silver Moon cafe �o13 20th St pm. 2=11 2-1 a Only the Best drinks and a Good place to eat a. Crista he. Prop. We appreciate our coloured Trade Levine a shoes and clothing open a charge with us today 2216 Post office Street a phone 2=5421 have your car Sinclair feed a Complete Winter service for i�4.49 Del Pratt service station 291 Boulevard dial 2-4923 compliments to the Galveston Exa Jer a the faculty of Booker t. Washington elementary school

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