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WOMAN EVANGELIST TO REMAIN AND PREACH TWO MORE WEEKS A large crowd attended evangelistic services at the Cadle tabernacle Sunday night at which It was announced that Uldine Utley,; evangelist, would carry forward her services here two more weeks. She will preach again Monday eight at 7:30 p. m. Uldine, who preached at the evening service on The Meanest Man in In dianapolis," insisted that the one who turns his back on Jesus and refuses to become a Christian is "the most ungrateful, meanest person in the city." The greatest thing in the world is a manifestation of God's love through the power of : Jesus Christ which makes men and women reflect the divine influences of love In dealing with their fellow - beings, she said in a sermon Sunday afternoon. "We can not be genuine Christians and hate any of the Lord's people, and we must exemplify our Christian ity In showing the divine love of God for otners," ane asserted. "Ifenoroinatlonallsm Is not the most Important thing In religion. You may have a high regard for your church and its denominational achievements for the Master, yet It is not the most significant thing in religion. I am not concerned much about high - paid preachers, not about fine church buildings." Under the direction of Ahrln I Carter, the Cadle choir sang, accompanied by Mrs. Marie Clark, pianist, and Curtis Davis. . organist. The Cadle quartet, composed of Mrs. Thelma Morris. Mrs. K. Howard Cadle, James Lawrence and Ralph Harris, sang. Dr. Fenwick C. Reed, evangelist, gave the invocation. Dr. John H. Delacy, Chicago, TJ1 - dlne's pastor: Mrs. Delacy and their daughter Alice, were Introduced by Uldine. The Rev. William F. Carson, retired Presbyterian minister, also was Introduced.

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 16 May 1932, Mon,
  3. Page 21

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