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 - ' COLORED WOMAN'S CLUB. Organization Entering...
' COLORED WOMAN'S CLUB. Organization Entering on Sixth Year ' ' j ., News of Colored People. , . The Woman's Club. - . composed of twen - y - five colored women which, as an auxiliary auxiliary of the City Charity! Organization, has done much in the last two years to relieve suffering among ; the sick and needy, ia entering on its sixth year. Miss S. Colton Smith, well known la charitable circles and at present employed as a truant truant officer, will entertain the club at the rlanner Guild next Wednesday evening, March 22, from S to 1L At the annuul election of officers of the club this week the following were chosen: President, Minnie Scott; vice - president Tiille Richardson: Richardson: financial secretary, Florence Bennett; recording secretary. Emma Collins; Collins; treasurer, L)ora' Payne. The next meeting will be held Monday afternoon with Mrs. Alioe Bundy. in Puryear street. The Colored Y. M. C. A. International Secretary J. E. Moreland, whose home is at Washington. D. C, Is visiting the colored Y.' M. C. A. Since the resignation of V. A. rKersey as preseident, . the executive control of the'assoclat.'on - hns been i in the' hands of Ir. - II. I... Ilummons, who ' is chairman of, the executive, board. Allen P. Wooten is acting - secretary of the association. An Interesting literary society attracts weekly weekly a large number of young - men. A public public meeting . is held . each Sunday .' afternoon. afternoon. - . ! A mass meeting f or ' men "will be addressed addressed - by Secretary ' Moreland, ' at - the Ninth Presbyterian church to - morrow afternoon. afternoon. ... ;,' - . - . . ' , ' . . . - ' . Enterprise Business Club. . A' number of colored people of North Indianapolis, led by the Rev. A. Simmons, pastor of. the First Baptist church. North Indianapolis, have organized f. club to be known as , the Enterprise Business Club. The club starts with nearly forty members. members. Officers are: President, the Rev. Mr. Mitchell: vice - president. Frank W ells;: treasurer, John Jones, Sr.: secretary, - Eugene Ferguaon; porresponding secretary, secretary, Elizabeth Thurroan; general man - ! ager. the Kev. A. Simmons. '.""! In Colored 'Circles. - The Rev. Morris Lewis, assisted by Bishop C. T. Shaffer, 'conducted a meeting meeting at Marion during the week. ! The Woman' Improvement Club will meet with Mrs. Addle iMartln Simms, 1.114 North Capitol avienue, Thursday, March SO. . ! The Rev. Benjamin Mcintosh has returned returned from St. Louis, where be inducted inducted a revival that resulted In fifty - two conversions, ! George L. Knox will be the sneaker at the Planner Guild tofmorrow. There will be a solo by Amos By bee and musical seelctionS by Ruby Shelton. i I Presiding; elders L. . M. I fa good and G. A. Slssle have been returned to the j Indiana and Lexington districts, which J have been in their charge for the last1 tnree years. ' 'The Rev. B. J. Boldlng. of Baltimore, spent the first of the! week in the city the guest of the Rev. I J. W. Wood. The members of Jones Tabernacle gave a re ception in his honor, vednesday night. I Miss Lydla Robinson, who conducted elasses in millinery at Lthe - Planner Guild. has returned to the city to take charge of a large Class, composed entirely or wnlte persona. Miss Lulu Hedgepath, a Planner Planner Guild millinery teacher, has gone to Jiarrodsburg. ay., to take charge or a class. . . i ' ! A session of the executive board of the Baptist Association of the Western and central States and Territories waa held at the Second Baptist church during the week. The rtev. J. r walker, or Cincin natlJ presided. The Rev. J. D. Rouse, of Evansville, and J. B. Winrow. of Inde pendence. Mo., were among the speakers. ; ine ttev. il. v. tsimmons, wno has been presiding elder of the Ohio district of the Lexington conference. has been assigned to the charge of Simpson chapel to succeed the Rev. N. H. Talbott, - who has received a charge at Dayton, O. The Rev. Mr. Simmons will preach his - first sermon to - morrow. The Rev. Mr. Talbott Talbott left to - day for Dayton. I j I

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 18 Mar 1905, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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