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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 19 March 1920

Rl 'K IIS l'"! LjA v' IOWA NEWS 4V, eUBI-IKOTOW ITKM* A ***y sttc««»(ui two-weeks irvlv»l vw cowtoeted »t tkt A. M. E. cfcaxk by BtfV. C. Ban#©m,«Mirted by K^iit Joseph Harris of Mosmoatfa, HI. j» splemdid sad '«kitf m3eh fMdTfot'.'tAe mfliH of tbe eh'trch is this eity. B«v. J. Harris and family were bouse guests of Mr. sod Mrs. John Dm* while lis the city. Mrs. Beatrice Johnson entertained vBov. J. Harris. Mrs. Fred Graham has retained home from Denver Colo, where she was called 'to the bed-side of her siek mother, Mrs. B. J. Von DiehemohB. Mrs. Graham reports her mother e» reeorering nicely from her illness. \. Bev. Pope Presiding elder" of the Den ver, Colo, district passed through the fitjr en route home from Baltimore, Md. where he has been attending the Bish op's eonacil. Mr. Howard Linfcay was a week-end visitor in Keokuk, la. Arthur JOIUMOB Charles C."Flood fifteen year old son of Mrs. Allen Bice, passed away Feb. 28 at -the family re&ideneo. .He had been ill for some ti...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 March 1920

r. SEGREGATION. Tell me why is the segregation law Between two races who make our coun try! Every white man helps make the law Every black man is filled with awe. For more than one reason I say that, Discrimination in schools is a positive When you want to take a part in the socials of school You ask a soft little no,'' is the an swer so cool. When the day has been long and dreary You take in a show to feel a bit cherry You're ushered to the very last floor, the very last seat This terrible problem, it must be beat Though the problem is discouraging we cannot stop. Keep on striving and we '11 get to the top. We'll have all these thing ifor our own enjoyment. And have the white man to fill our em ployments. A —Katherine B. Jackson, 15 years old, student at West High. To The Public: We have successfully .weathered a very hard winter, and are now in & position to expand. The^ lease has been signed for our new location in the $35, 000 000 building to be erected on the 8. W cornor of...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 March 1920

T' Pabtioktd •fvtj t»WA. THB BAOB INFBBJOR. Xi Our souls are white, our faces black yet we most trod the beaten track of what the other raies term, the race inferior. Yet why we are so caid, I cannot see. Did that Bame God who -iKd create man, in His own image designate the negro race inferior. The preamble to the Constitution reads: All men are created free arid equal and have certain inalienable ngnta.'' Therefore what rights we do possess must be considered alien. There are those who started out to solve the "Negro problem," some of these segregate. Others say amalga mate. Still others say to colonize the race. We who from colony and place were forced to serve ^cs bondmen for the other race. And will our deeds of valor be for gotten. "We who for democracy have fought and helped to win, or will we still re main in dire plight. As Aliens to the eause of just and right.—Mrs. Lewis 1316 N. 4th street West, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. MAJU3HA&X, MILLER Marshall Millers election to the cit...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 March 1920

Adv. B. EL TllACV BLAGBURN CO. Votary Public BIAZi BSTATB AQBXT •aoiat 1Mb and Zmpcorwl Property IMT Jaffmoo Phone Drake 774 DMAt*. Mine. C. J. Xow» Moines, JAMBS B. MOBBXS all Liv and Notary Public Baal Batata for g"Wl" Phone W. A1S5 OUT BATE DRUG GQ. Willis Wolfe, Ph. O. Prop. Very Beet Drugs in Olty 1000 Center St. Das Moines, Iowa Booms to Band by Day or Week. Phone Walnut 6779. HUSTLERS HOTEIt AMD CAFB Meals at all hours H. D. Williams, Prop. X. W. Corner W. 2nd Chestnut Bts. VtBloek N. Xnterurban Station, Des Moines, Iowa. JOHNSON'S CAFE Meals at All Hours Popular Prices Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Prop.. 80S W. Or and Ave. Phone WaL 3545. BERT JOHNSON, Cleaner and Dyer Plaining, Pressing, Altering, Repairing Work Called for and Delivered. We do lint class work. Ph. WaL 7374 1108 Center St. Dee Moines, Iowa H. J. "The Store of Quality" HA SKIN DRUG CO. Successors to E. L. Twining Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Mail Orders on all Preparations ... Promptly Filled Northwest Corner El...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 26 March 1920

Isfe?#''1'' Hi &J II ,•• }nh$ 1 X'\ fl? &: ti |C fi A ti 1 Mlt IOWA NEWS -r:.v.,-.:. IOWA OTT8, IOWA. DELTA SIGMA TKETA, A Grecian party was given by the Delta chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta on last Friday evening, March 12 in honor of the pledges. Misses Naomi £*($•% Harper, Mildred I. Griffin and Hazelle Shaw. The* Greeket were dressed in Gre cian robes and the pledgt*. were dressed to conform with the sorority colors. The house was beautifully decorated in crim fion and cream. A Grecian lOnch was nerved, which consisted of the nectar of 'Mount Olympus and Ambrosia of the a Greek Gods. All present enjoyed a de lightful evening. Before being admitted to participate in the mysterious rites which precede the entrance into the excluded circle of the Greeks, the pledges were subjected to a rigorous examination. They as tounded even the Greeks with their knowledge. Each initiate passed the test with a grade of 100 per cent. At midnight Saturday, March 13 the pledges were led o...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 April 1920

:.?»M New l0'W8: 1 Governor of Georgia and Mayor of elation for the Advancement of ^Atlanta to Address National Asso- Colored People 7 *ir" SAVANNAH BANK BUYS IN SEW YORK. Pays $200,000 Tor Site in Harlem Section New York,Jklarch 25. Nail and Parker have sold for the Jjasris estate the southwest corner offl35 street and 7 avenue, being a plot TH 110.5 feet on 7 avenue by 125 feet on 135 street, cov ered by buildings Nos. 2290-92-94 on 7 avenue, the corner and 202-4-6-8-10-12 and 14 on West 135 street. This is the first time this property has changed hands in 27 years. The prop erty came into tl»^ possession of the present owner upon the death of his father. It has been purchased by the Wage earners Savings bank of Savanah Ga., the pioneer Negro savings bank of Georgia, whose deposits represented in thtf month of February $875,184.36 and having over 14,000 depositors. The bank ^had no definite plans in ANOTHER RACE RIOT The National Association for the Ad vancement of Colored IPeople...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 April 1920

Km lanfl & 'k"' i.1 j-. &MI ft *•:. Vs lI0 KW' Kf1" if 1r $ vStsil Display, per inch Beading Not s"? VP*-K/i %m *V ©S^v.' Pt* hnv,"^* 1 V: 1 oticee, per line ites gives 1 COBtract NBQRO ATHLETES. Our people are so widely scattered over this country that one section prob ably knows very little of the achieve ments of the other. Their activities are as many and as varied as any other class of citizens. It is the aim of the writer to bring before the country, and our people in particular, the achiev »ments of colored athletes during the last decade. We believe it would be a source of knowledge to the oldeT ones, inspiration to the younger ones, and pride to all, to know of these achieve ments. Since we are going to deal primarily with amateur athletes, we will confine ourselves almost wholly to those mem bers of our race, who have attended universities and colleges throughout the Permit me to cite a few of the out standing features of the Negro athletes achievements in the last...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 April 1920

li 1* !V. j|l 5# RW1- 4 Ski •$&$#• W^§gg I? St?V pa^s^-v. SJRi IS' I* ft THE Published ffiv V&J?.*).' #Js4 JM 1 r.tfe*" ster^iSL r, Display, per inch Beading N Ooatract rate* give* upon application*. paid for in otieee, per line Our people are *o. widely scattered ®v«r this-country that one section prob r***r-~£l nbly know* very little of the achieve stents of the other. Their activities are a* many and as varied as any other y{r, elae* of citizens. It is the aim of the writer to bring before the country, and our people in particular, the achiev ments of colored athletes during the last decade. We believe it would be a •.sf'e souree of knowledge to the older ones, inspiration to the younger ones, and pride to all, to know of these achieve ..-v ments. Since we arc going to deal primarily with amateur athletes, we will confine ourselves almost wholly to those mem bers of our race, who have attended universities and colleges throughout the country, and who, from their constant ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 April 1920

-V A«r. -if B. TRACY BLA6BURN CO. Hotary Fublic •iWAr tm A4v. BlAZi B8TATB AQHNT •ad fingravid Piopwtjr AT*. Phone Drain 774 DM Moinaa, bva JAMBS B. MOBB18 •I Law an^ Vottqr Public lTMiliwrt,. Baal Batata for Vbaam W. A1S0 OUT BATE DRUG CO. Willi* W01f«, Ph. O, Prop. Very Bait Drags In City 1000 (tauter St. DM Koines, low* to Band by Day or Weak. Phono Walnut 5779. HU8TLBB8 HOTEL AMD OAFB MeaLi at all hours B. D. Williams, Prop. V. W. Corner W. 2nd Gheatnut Sta. VtBlock W. Intervrban Station, Do* Moines, loir a. JOHNSON'S OAFB Meals at All Hours Popular Prieos MH. Ethal Johnson, Prop. SOS W. Grand AT*. Phon* WaL 3645. BBRT JOHNSON, Cleaner and Dyer Cleaning, Pressing, Altering, Bepairing Work Called for and Delivered. We do first class work. Ph. WaL 7874 1108 Center St. DM Moines, Iowa S. H. Haskinii H. J. Hashlns "The Store of Quality'' HA8KIN DRUG OO. Sfliccessors to B. L. Twining prescriptions Carefully Compounded Mail Orders on all Preparations Promptly FUlad Northwest. Corner E...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 April 1920

4 1 1 4 t,| r/rr B. TRACY BLAGBURN CO. .... Motor* Public MAX. B8TAT AQBKT T*e«rt Lrti and Improved Property Ifft jgffanon AT*. Plum* Drain 774 DM Moin—, Im A4r. Phono Walnut 6779. HU8TLBBS HOTEL AND OATS Moals at all boon H. D. WUllama, Prop. 21. w. Corner W. 2nd ft OhMtnut Sto. yaBlook *. Xnternrbaa Station, DM Xoinoa, Iowa. JOHNSON'S CAFE Moalo at All Hoim Popular PrlcM lira. Ethel Johnson, Prop. Phone D. 572 Portia Robinson Hair Culturist and Mauicnriiig Mme. C. J. Walker's System Residence Work a Specialty Call Walnut 627a Residence 853 6th Ave. FOWLER BROS. Funeral Directors 117 East Walnut Street Phone Maple 3548 LADT ATTENDANT Our Motto is' "Service" THE FAHOUS Iowa Qeaning Co. Cleaning,.Pressing and Repairing Hats Cleaned and Re-blocded Shining Parlors for Ladies and Gents. Auto Delivery Service 414 E. Walnut St. Phone M.f462 CHAS. G. WHITE, Mgr. conE IBS JAMBS B. MOBBI8 •I Law MB4 Hotaxy Public BMI Bitot* for OUT KATE DBVQ CO. WlWa Wolf*, PIL O. Prop. g!$ Very Boot Drags I...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 2 April 1920

&W I *k jVO?.® Mmw /^v2rky o-* i«f", •'I r| $£% 8$$?^ ftsw* 1.1 ^1 n*. fe«. ii i11 fet-V'. §w"^ ra*V- .7% '. I tv- i? b-V :4 1 A #iv BP* mi& yds* AS*#: i. 1 i" --V IOWA NEWS (Speeial from Ottumwa Iowa.) Mrs. Mattie Veasey ot St. Joseph, Mo., is visiting her mother, Mrs. E. L. Grsever on 225 Myrtle street. OLABXNDiA. ITHMH. Our city is in the midst of -a series of1 revivals at the United Brethern and M. E. church... Bev. Crutcher is in oar city, the quest of Bev. B. B. Man ley. The Executive board of the Iowa, Minnesota, and South Dakota Baptist association met with the Second Bap tist church of our city. Those present were, Bev. S. Bates, Moderator, Des viceMoines, Bev. M. Carrington, Sec ond jrice moderator, Ottumwa, Bev. W. W. Bobinson, recording secretary, Des Moines, Bev. T. C. Boiling treasurer, Buxtpn, Bev. T. K. Nickolion, Daven port, Elder J. W. Crushon, also educa tional director* Sioux City, Bev. T. J. Nott state missionary, Clinton and Bev. J. H. Beynolds, recordi...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 April 1920

Boost and. read Tho *.» Bystander k, &•• 'fc ii i? XXVI No. 42 \v| 7 Bishop WILBERFORCE, O., March 27.— That Bishop Jones is eompletley in the saddle here again, and ia the real dom inating head of "Wilberforce Normal and Industrial School, the state oWned department, as well as of Wilberforce University, was forcecast in the falling •for the resignation of Prof. W.A. Join, er, Superintendent of the Normal and Industrial Department, at the trustee board's meeting. Simultaneous with the request for Prof. Joiner's re gsignation comes the report, substantiated by high clericals and officials of the University, that President Scardoroagh is slated to go when the University trustees meet in June, and that Dean Gilbert Jones, son of Bishop Jones, is prominently slated succeed President Scarborough. Indi cations point to a big shake up here in the faculty also, Prof. Woodward, pro fessor mathematics, and regarded as one of the ablest in his line in the country, has resigned and accepte...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 April 1920

S ... I, .' irVSr^r thf'- im I I' fai' Mfe:: 7' Mac-* -i\ v^'4 piti jf SMS' 'Si.-' •:'K Publicked vrvry Display, per inch laiitm Notices, per line Cfflbitract rates given upon applications. On my arrival I went to the home of Rev. 6. W. Brown, one of the pioneer ministers of the West' but is not in active service now. On Friday evening I lectured at the Eighth and Elm street Baptist church, Rev. B. N. Murrell, pas tor. I was surprised that we did not have an audience at this' church, but it is there as most places, our people cannot. be encouraged to attend lec tures, they don't seem to value the importance of lectures. The pastor had made the announcement for two Sun days and urged the people to turn out. The. elioir furnished music for the oc casion. I spoke on co-operation to the satisfaction of all -present. The collection was not as good as last year, owing to the poor audience. The church is rallying to purchase a parsonage for the pastor, which is very a parsonage. Dr. Murrel...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 April 1920

mUrn -,-v •:. I,r & p. ft' I? fW' •.*,-• /f .- v. S. TRACY BLAGBURN CO. & Notary Public $ AGENT Ticnt Lou aiutlmparored Property ISS7 Iffaum Ave. Phone Dr*)m7?4 DM M' Moines, Iowa JAMBS B. MORRIS AttorP*? at Law and Notary Public Abstracts, Examined, Real Estate for M7 WalBvt. A4T. Phone W. R136 OUT BATE DRUG CO. Willie Wolfe, Ph. O. Prop. Very Best Drugs in City 1000 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa Boen to Bend by Day or Week, phone Walnut 5779. BUSTIERS HOTEL AND CAPE Meals at all hours H. D. Williams, Prop, jf w. Corner W. 2nd A Chestnut Sts ysBteek K. Interurban Station, Des Moines, Iow^. JOHNSON'S CAFE Meals at All Hours Popular Prices Mrs/'Ethel Johnson, Prop. 308 W. Grand Ave. Phone WaL 3645. BERT JOHNSON, Cleaner and Dyer Piri"*T Pressing, Altering, Repairing Work Called for and Delivered. We do first class work. Ph. WaL 7374 1108 Center St. Des Moines, Iowa B. H. Haskias H. J. Haskins "The Store of Quality" HASKIN DRUG CO. Successors to E. L. Twining prescriptions Caref...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 9 April 1920

mm, t«j« j? Zt&aw '1 I!?? feiH O •a"W I IOWA NEWS XBOKOX IMD. The funeral of the late Mrs. Mary C. Cutuntfbt oecorcd from Pilgrim Best chureb Sunday afternoon. The Be v. J. JSterllng Moore o'eiating. Mrs. Cut unght had lived in Keokuk about all of her life'and had suffered mueh in the lj»i»t years of her life. Heart trouble wan her affllictlon. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Franklin were "untiring in their efforts to bring comfort and cheer to her and they with the rest of the family have fho aympabty of the netire community. Mrs. Mary Budd and her father Bobert Buitdy and Mrs. Louise Bobinson of Hannibal attended the funeral. Chester Baker who has boon visiting here with his father will return to Odar Rapids tonight. John Baker has gone into the con crete business for himself and is doing fine. Mrs. Sam Brown is improving after three months illness. Mrs. Wells who attended their daughters' funeral here lust Thursday has returned to Cheyenne also B. H. Dardeu has returned to Peoria Mrs. Geo...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 April 1920

Booit Pmy and read The Bystander T? XXVI No. 43 Rev. Liles comes to Des Moines from "Washington, D. C. where he was a successful pastor for the past ten years. Born to North Carolina a graduate of the temple university of Philadel phia receiving the degree of P. H. B. in 1916- In 1918 he graduated from the Harvard university, Washington D. C. with the degree of B. D. He comes to Des Moines well recommended by the faculty and friends of Howard uni versity and of very rare standing. Rev. Lyles comes to" Des Moines .for the express purpose and pure motive to be the servant of the people of Des Moines regardless of sex, creed, ,or color. His ministry is a minis­ DREW TO RUN IN FENN RELAY DASH. Co-Holder of World's Title After Ia 1914 Drew represented the Uni versity of Southern California .at the Pennsylvania games and won first in the century dash and the broad jump. He ran the short dash that year in the finals in 10 1-5 after taking the pre liminaries in ten seconds flat. He madev a ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 April 1920

jf ii •. I y-n K-tt Months Display, per inch Beading Notices, per line Contract rates given upon applications. All Advertisements paid for in advance. POLITICAI. ANNOUNCEMENTS. O. W. Blwada. J. O. Cook,, now first deputy primaries, ciated. Ask the farmers and all those engag ed in essential occupations in Clinton and watch the county election." Bu ford is his name. NOTICE: I am taking this method to inform the presidents of the Mite Missionary societies of the Chicago annual confer ence branch in reference to the ways and means "Bazaar" to be conducted in the Mite Missionary Convents in St. Mary's A. M. E. church this coining June in Chicago. I hope that ,each president will do her best to interest every member and friend of hers in' society to donate to their Bazaar and remember that each P. E. district will have its own booth. This being true each district should do its best to excell. T'nfortunatelv for me' I was called to the bedside of my mother last Novem ber who was not expec...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 April 1920

& B. TRACY BLAGBURN CO. Votary Public L^R BBAZ. BSTATB AOBNT Vacant XiOts and Improved Property Iff? MMOB AT*. Plum* Draka 774 iit. V, Dm ICoJ&m, Iowa ^v :v"4 JAMBS B. MORBXS Attonwjr at I«aw and Notary PuMle Alwtmfta Bxamlnod, Baal Batata for M? WalMt. Ad*- Phooa W. 1135 OUT BATB DBUO OO. Willi* Wolfe, Ph. O. Prop. Very Beat Drags In City 1000 Banter St. Dea Moines, Iowa to Bend by Day or Week. Phone Walnut 5779. BUBKLBBS HOTEL AMD OAFB Meals at all boon H. D. Williams, Prop. 21. W.' Ooraer W. 2nd ft Chestnut Sta. yaBleek If. Interurban Station, Dea Moines, Iowa. JOHNSON'S OAFB Meals At All Honrs Popular Prices Mn. Bthel Johnson, Prop. 108 W. Otand Are. Phone WaL 3645. BBBT JOHNSON, Cleaner and Dyer rif—*"(r Pressing, Altering, Repairing Waafc Galled for and Delivered. We de first class work. Ph. WaL 7374 1106 Center St. Dee Moines, Iowa B. H. Ttir1-"1— H. J. Hasldns 4 «The Store of Quality'' HASKTNT DRUG OO. Successors to B. It. Twining preenlptlons Carefully Compounded Ma...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 April 1920

t# -^4- ar» "fX* $» r+V JC~v 1 nr J- s* Wi'WIf,*, l''Y. Jj. t'X Ti a* .... IOWA NEWS DAVBNPO&T ITHMS. Eaater Sunday wu a glorious day for the oltiaens of Davenport, the first thing notable daring the dav for the citizens of Davenport, the first thing notable daring the day was the ves Jper services hold at the Y. W. 0. A. at ^$6:30 a, m. The Y. W. Glee club sane ,several Easter anthems, after which short talks were given by several of the W. O. A. leaders. About We are quite sorry to relate at this writing that the Mrs. S. B. Moore, wife of our pastor, Bev. Moore is quite ill She has been ill for a number of days and at. one time was not expected to recover but has since passed the danger point, but is yet quite ill. We all wish Iser &-*pepdy recovery. There is quite a lot of competition going on between the teams recently organized by the members of the Bethel A. M. E. church. They are planning for a big rally to be pulled off during the month of May and the finals to be on...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bystander. — 16 April 1920

.V 1 !. m. sjWwplI IOWA NEWS DAVBNPOKT ITEMS, Sunday «u a glorious day for the citizens of Davenport, the first thing notable during the day for the citizens of Davenport, the first thing notable during the day was the ves nDservices held at the Y. W. C. A. at a. m. The Y, W. Glee club san several Easter anthems, after whici short talks were given by several of the Y. W. 0. A. leaders. About 7:15 the Vesper services let out. And then a few of the old^r girls entertained a number of young men to breakfast at 8:30 a. m. The young men claimed the Y. girls were some entertainers, and their cooking was some thing worth while speaking about although the fel lows did furnish it. But it was an affair to be remembered long by those who partook of the same^ ,' '-^'V The next event Was the sirmon preached by the Rev. Dr. 8. B. Moore of the Bethel A. M. E. church. It seem ed that the pastor, Bev. Moore was cer tainly in accord with the Easter tide for everyone was well pleased with the sermon. ...

Publication Title: Bystander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
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