The Peoples Elevator (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 31, 1922 Page: 2 of 6
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hundred members Um . --
than two months he has received 22
into th^ membership. Many people
from all par.s of the city are visiting
the services of this Church. The pas-
tor has a message that helps the souls |
v. ti^ <•< r nil urn
'Jo to meet (iod Go to prow better
- ■ it) to grow stronger ;*g-iin-t
tion—Go to meet the best people on
earth—tio to be an example to others
- Co to lie of service
and faces needn't
Soothes and heal:
kcli2ps and chilblains
quickly and gentfo
523 North Main
Sells in connection with Beauty \\ ork
Benzoin llajfbo Grower
Excellent Remedy for dandruff, fall-
ing hair, and itching scalp,
if you want good hair, you can have it
Price 60c a !>o\
f essing Oil—Best on the Market
Double Strength Hair Grower 75c.
I. AM IIS H E CREAM AN D
( ONFECTION ARY STORK
M15 N. Mosley is one of the bes:
e*quippe 'i j laces in the city £o serve its
< ustomers. < Beside carrying a large
-lock in this line he conducts an let
' r(,am factory. He treats his custo-
has bvome very apparent that.
< HUKCH OFFICERS
Fnisic< C. R. Smith, Alexander!
Hide, George Hide Lewis, Wright,
Robinson Stewards, Ceo. Hide, Sr., I
1 ■ •=. Stand! -v, Mi s. Polie Overstweet j
it'y. B. H. Ero.vn, Mrs. Dollie Hide.
Ric'i.i'd J one--. Mis. MJckleberry, Mrs.
Vie >' iia Pa:t( • .
MEN1 AND WOMEN
,. .. o .. . Sunday School Rupt. Mrs.. A. Hide: !
the 15fli St. M. E. church must be made President c f the Ladies Aid, Mrs. Z.
larger or rebuilded. It is the genei- Hunter; Pres. of the Pastor's Aid-
r.i opinion of the members anil friends Mrs. V.'ill J' hrson President of thr-
t: at a large brick struc.ure is the Stewards Social Club, Mrs. C. R
thing needed. The kind of Church in Smith President of the Excelsioi
mind is one with auditorium, base- Club. Mrs. M. A. Hatcher; President
ment,, lecture room, ladies and gents r,f the Womans Horn" Missionary
gallery, and other mod-^ Mrs. Taylor; President of the Ep- 3° Get the Habit of Going to Church
worth League, G?o. Hide. • i Beca"e L stands for clean, maniy life
i Because it guards Home Life
Because it protects your property
Because it offers Jessus to vou
WHY RKA!) MY BIHLK.
because it is tlie most popular Boo!:
Because it makes me broader—Be-
cause it helps build character—Be-
cause I w; nt t ■ know Christ more
full; Bei-:iijfu it has in it the Love
Story of Christ.
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"With all lis faults the church is still the greatest organization on earth
of which I know for bringing about the conditions in this world that God
designs and desires, that is why I have identified myself with it.
Alexander Alison, Jr.
Von are most cordially invited to attend services of the
FIFTEENTH STREET M. E. CHl'RCH
The church is located
FIFTEENTH AND WABASH
Hour of Service 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.
WALTON BROWN, Pastor
I; NVI R STATE RFPl BLICAN
I ON VFVI ION I NDORSI S
l)Y 1 It I'll L r OFF DI'TY
If a ncn-cliurch goer, this invites
J: a tranger. a church home for you.
Whose ver you may he, a welcome
a u aits you
loth Stret M. K. Church, Warbasli and
lTith. Wiehita, Kansas.
LI VIC TOPICS- GOOD Ml SIC
—Rev. W alton "Brown
i.v ji ; .. : t.
States to pass wiihout delay the
Dyer Anti-Lyncaing Bill.'', Was the
.strong and urequivocal lesolutiin
i asscd by thj Denver Republican
State Convention on
August 9. according, to
C IM M l'H,.(T THE CHURCH.
It gives ine spiritual food—It gives
me real joy-I< protects my home come.
Therefore I will give re-
■ and familv
. you can take the grade of * ' ""i"«
!t I ' n"'r '' s employment of his idle gu';r'v, sys'ematlcally
^>l|r''- 'Vs', 1 ,!e things he does on
duty, but the things he permits hin
£ off ''wty, tell the kind of man '
il(i ,s- Never before wa' there ;-)
great need for rlaxation, and neve,
Wfore so many ways vto rc'ax. But
't is well to remember that the tired
HERE IS THE MINISTER TO
PREACH TO YOU AND HERE IS
THE CHURCH TO HOLD YOU.
Vk ill you come that you may learn th^
ay of eternal life? Jesus bids yoti
Are you away from relatives
and irieniis and need encouragement?
cheer Here is the place to get your cheer.
r.iert made hut1 today by the Nati >n- „.#v.
Advancement '"n *' n,an ls no.t his body, but
I n it Dr.il 1 . i* I •
ul Associ it'i n for the
i f Colnecl People at its Nat'oal Of-
' •(•, Ti. Filth Avenue. New York City.
The information was contained in a
telegram from Mr. George W. Grass,
president ti the Denver Branch N.
A. A. C. P., who at the request of the
Advance mert A:• sedation secured the
introduction and passage of the reso-
1 ition by the Denver State Conven
COI.OKi D t.IIM. IS UPC r '>
l\ insjs 'Vr it'iK ( ivo Camtola Tip-
ton Important i'o . inn
Washini ton. Thru th ■ efforts of
Caiiitola " pt 1 ,n 1- •• « !ucn d
'iun<* c,.'ori i \v< : ia . It been e vn
T.n impor'.ant | os'ti n ii t! office
of the Register tf tl'e • .ea.-nry in
W ms Tipton i.- a gi u'i'jte of the
I'ansas State Noinri' S.b ol at Em-
j ( -:a. Her htn.e Is at Parsons, K«.
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the soul of him. And. we reed to,
inquire, oftener than apparently we
do, whethe r our diversions really rest
scul- There was Luther with his
favor.ie musical instr ment; and Ole
Bull hanging over a cliff that he
might catch the eLeep ovrtures of th ■
sea; and Gladstone ehoppirg trees in
the forest at Hawarden; and Tenny-'
son climbing to the eyrie of his favor-
ite house; and my mother with her
open Bible and the far-way look in s
■ I •:•'"V; r.'i'-;.;!;"i tThe ab,:e.:ut.is1sorwha: °n th"p,:,n *** ^ ^ ^ m.
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1-1 treat i«i:d repair. Personally,
not (h nk the Atlantic City . is the
1'" ! way ! . i .store ain! re-i -s
" spirit.' R...-nation is there hut
'"'I true rest. Better a brook to
spraw I , e. ide, e r a hill I o climb, or a
good I ook, oi a fr end to commune
wit1' and God Th" old invitation is
,ui annulled: "Come unt i me and I
w 1! re. t you."—Gecrge Clarke Peck.
hopes to build in the future. It is a brick structure with
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Brown, Walton. The Peoples Elevator (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 31, 1922, newspaper, August 31, 1922; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc94725/m1/2/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.