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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 23th Annual Edition, 1935-1936
Volume 513, Page 17   View pdf image (33K)
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1889

MORNING STAR BAPTIST CHURCH

West Fayette St. near Carrollton Ave.
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND

Rev. George J Garnett, B. Th., Pastor
621 N. Carrollton Ave.

PHONE, GILMOR. 6462

Bro. Thomas Nelson, Chairman Trustee Board
Bro. Charles G. Boyd Church Clerk and Executive Secretary

511 Dolphin St.

Bro. Edward Johnson, Treasurer

Sunday Services: 9.30 o'clock Sunday School 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m Preaching
5p.m. B. Y. P. U.

Prayer Meeting Tuesday and Thursday 8 p. m.
Holy Communion 3 o'clock p. m. 3rd Sunday every month

INSURE TODAY! TOMORROW MAT BE TOO LATE.!
WITH

The Southern
Life Insurance Company

1841 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
Baltimore, Maryland

All Kinds of Policies Issued
MADISON 3144

"In the 26 years of its existence, The Southern Life In-
surance Company has given the Insurance Department of
the State of Maryland less trouble than any other comp-
any under our supervision; and we have often referred to
it as a model for others."

The above statement is one made by Hazelton A. Joyce,
Jr., deputy in urance commissioner of the State of
Maryland.

OFFICERS

WILLARD W. ALLEN, President

MARFON WATKINS, Vice-Pres.

ROBERT THOMPSON, Treas.

P MORTON CHASE, Asst. Treas.

ALFRED NIXON, Secretary
W. EMERSON BROWN. Asst. Sec.
JOSHUA ROBINSON, Field Agent

MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY

OF BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
407-9-11-13 WEST FRANKLIN STREET (Franklin and Ja.per Streets)

Vernon 0624
Office Hours—9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Daily, except Saturday, 9 A. M. to 12 M.

HAEEY O. WILSON, Founder
Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Maryland. May 1st. 1908

Started Business June 15th, 1903

To Care for YOU when Sick, and Provide for Your WIDOW and CHILDREN when You are DEAD
Reasons Why You Should Join the

MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY

1. It is Not Organized for Profit.

2. The Dues are Small, and it is Your Duty to Protect Your Family aKainst Sickness and Death.

3. If you have No Friends or Relatives, you can direct the Society to apply the Death Benefit
to your Burial, end in whatever Cemetery you may direct.

4. The MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY ia a Home Concern, having been incorporated in the
State of Maryland. Its Main Office is located in the State.

5. It is an Old Established Society, with an Unblemished Reputation for Honesty and Fairness.

6. It is one of the Most Popular Societies in Baltimore and the State of Maryland. You are
safe with your membership with us.

7. All its Claims ARE ADJUSTED PROMPTLY.

8. Has on Deposit with the State Insurance Commissioner TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
($10,000.00) for the protection of its Policy-holders.

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