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THE MT. CARMEL BULLETIN [[line]] [[left column]] Mount Carmel Bulletin [[line]] Publicity Committee Rev. Jno. A. Davis, Chr. George Howard Mack, Miss D. E. Harris, Mrs. L. R. Adams, Miss C. J. Woolfolk. [[line]] OFFICERS OF THE CHURCH 1932 Pastor, Rev. W. H. Jernagin, D.D. 1341 Third St., N. W. Residence Phone, North 5194 Church Phone, Metropolitan 1302 Assistant to Pastor, Rev. Percy J. Jernagin, Rev. Samuel A. Young Clerk, Mrs. L. R. Adams 149 Randolph Place, N. W. Phone, Potomac 4057 Asst. Clerk, Mrs. D. E. Clark 1419 6th Street, N. W. Phone, North 0745 Treasurer, Mr. William Cooper DEACON BOARD James Hames, Chairman 6 L Street, N. W. C. C. Walker, Secretary TRUSTEE BOARD John Washington, Chairman 439 O Street, N. W. Daniel Brooks, Secretary DEACONESS BOARD Mrs. Hattie E. Greene, Chairman 1631 L Street, N. W. Phone, Decatur 4178 Mrs. Eleanora Coates, Secretary JUNIOR DEACON BOARD Mr. J. W. Watts, Chairman 2214 Flagler Place, N. W. J. W. Lomax, Secretary JUNIOR TRUSTEE BOARD A. E. Smith, Sr., Chairman 609 Acker Street, N. E. William Green, Secretary AUXILIARY TRUSTEE BOARD Mrs. Blanche Brooks, Chairman 817 New Jersey Avenue, N. W. Mrs. Cornelia F. Houston, Secretary SUNDAY SCHOOL AND RELIGIOUS DEPARTMENT B. R. Johnson, Superintendent 715 Irving Street, N. W. Miss Ella E. Evans, Secretary B. Y. P. U. Miss C. J. Woolfolk, President 1327 Fifth Street, N. W. Miss Ella E. Evans, Secretary LAYMEN'S MOVEMENT Mr. J. F. Gray, President 1201 Q Street, N. W. Mr. Daniel Brooks, Secretary USHER BOARD Mr. A. E. Smith, Chairman 609 Acker Street, N. E. AUXILIARY USHER BOARD Mrs. W. P. Williams, President 428 1/2 M Street, N. W. Mrs. Lucy Lomax, Secretary [[/left column]] [[right column]] SENIOR MISSIONARY SOCIETY Mrs. Hattie Hames, President 6 L Street, N. W. Mrs. Susie Johnson, Secretary YOUNG LADIES MISSIONARY CIRCLE Mrs. Elizabeth Craig, President 317 R Street, N. W. L. R. Adams, Secretary COMMUNITY CHORAL Mrs. Sadie Nash, President 308 Eye Street, N. W. Mrs. Virginia Irby, Secretary Miss Daisy Young, Directress PATRONAGE COMMITTEE Mr. J. W. Lomax, Chairman 38 Mass. Avenue, N. W. Mrs. Bertie Toliver, Secretary SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT Mrs. D. E. Clark, in charge 1419 Sixth Street, N. W. Phone, North 0745 Mr. R. Willis, Mrs. Hattie Hames, Assistants DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC Mrs. Ethel V. Gibbs, Director 1811 S Street, N. W. Mrs. J. T. Nickens, Organist Mr. F. W. Brown, President 1513 Fifth Street, N. W. Miss Daisy Young, Organist and Director of Junior Choir 608 Division Avenue, N. E. FLOWER COMMITTEE Mrs. Charlotte Henderson, Chairman 75 L Street, N. W. Mrs. Bertie Toliver, Secretary SACRIFICING CLUB Mr. B. R. Johnson, President 715 Irving Street, N. W. Miss C. J. Woolfolk, Secretary JUNIOR CHURCH Miss Edmonia Craig, Clerk 317 R Street, N. W. Frederick Wilson, Chairman, Deacon Board James Downs, Chairman, Trustee Board [[line]] MEMORIAL SERVICES [[line]] The Memorial Services of the Interdenominational Ushers' Union will be held at the church on Sunday, May 22, 1932, at 3:00 p.m., at which time the Rev. E. L. Harrison, of the Shiloh Baptist Church, will deliver the sermon and Miss Ethel McDowell will deliver the welcome address on behalf of the church. An interesting program has been arranged to entertain the many visiting ushers and friends from Baltimore, Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey. All are welcome. [[line]] Married [[line]] On last Wednesday the pastor united in marriage Mrs. Mattie Green and Mr. A. T. Williams. The church offers them her congratulations. [[end page]] [[start page]] THE MT. CARMEL BULLETIN [[line]] [[left column]] PRAYER MEETING TOPICS [[line]] Tuesday, May 24--The Mark of the Children of God.--Gen 31:1, 2. Minister in charge--Rev. Young and Bro. Alonzo Richardson. Deaconess Board, Usher Board and Auxiliary Usher Board. Tuesday, May 31--Shadows From the Present Reflect In the Future.--Gen. 37:1, 2. Minister in charge--Pastor. Senior Choir. [[line]] RALLY DAY [[line]] The first Sunday in June is Rally Day. Every member in the church is called on to contribute something in this rally. If you are out of a job and have no money, have your Rally Leader furnish you with a Punch Card, and go out in the name of the Lord and solicit funds for the indebtedness of the Church. The mortgage on the parsonage falls due in August and a substantial payment must be made before we can renew it. Let each Rally Leader see their helpers at once and get their pledge. Let every member whom God has blessed, who can give $10.00 and $5.00, do so, thereby showing yourselves faithful stewards of the Lord. This rally cannot be a success except we ask the Lord in prayer to open up a way which we do not see now, which will enable us to contribute a substantial fund. Have faith and succeed. [[line]] Million Dollar Wedding [[line]] On Monday evening, May 29, some of the Rally Leaders are having a Million Dollar Wedding. All friends are invited to come and make this affair a glowing success. [[line]] Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Corbin, of New York City, were in the city last Sunday. [[/left column]] [[right column]] NATIONAL TRAINING SCHOOL DRIVE [[line]] Mr. Carmel Baptist Church, thru her committee, raise the following amount for the School: | Cash Miss C. J. Woolfolk, Chairman | $14.50 Miss C. J. Woolfolk (Pledges | 15.00 Mrs. L. T. Moore | 32.10 Rev. W. H. Jernagin | 26.00 Mrs. L. R. Adams | 24.00 Mr. B. R. Johnson | 13.00 Mr. Daniel Brooks | 10.00 Mrs. Bessie Mercer | 10.00 Mrs. Elizabeth Craig | 5.50 Mrs. D. E. Clark | 5.00 Mrs. Etta V. Frye | 5.00 Mrs. Etta V. Frye (Pledges) | 5.00 Mr. R. Willis | 4.00 After Offering | [[underlined]] 2.22 [[/underlined]] Total Amount Cash | $151.32 Total Pledges |[[underlined]] 20.00 [[/underlined]] Grand Total | $171.32 [[line]] "ALWAYS IN TROUBLE" [[line]] The Young Ladies of the National Training School for Women and Girls appeared in this interesting play on Monday evening, May 9, and showed great skill in their presentation. Miss Goodloe and Miss Hopkins deserve much credit, as well as Mrs. Jackson, who captivated the house in song as she usually does whenever she appears. [[line]] SLABTOWN CONVENTION [[line]] Another notable occasion was the Slabtown Convention which met with the Happy Hollow Church, here on Monday, May 16. The audience was most enthusiastic and the convention went over big. We take this opportunity of thanking our friends who joined in with us to make this splendid success. [[/right column]]
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