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St. John's Church Rally Goes Ove:
St. John closed a very successfu
rally Sunday, February 19th. Th<
total money received was f 851.41
Soho tat.or.s will be extended unti
February 26sh. This rally was und
tr ti e e-cellent leadership of the new
pastor. Rev. L. P. Bryant.
The.* is a spirit of unity and har
an jay that we hope will continue
Mrs. S. M. C. Baker, reporter.
Church iff God,
2025 North 24th St.,
Eledr T. E. Beverly, Pastor,
Sunday services: Sunday school ai
9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and
preaching at 3:30 p. m.
Young People's Union at 6:30 p
m. Preaching 8 p. m.
XL d-week services, for an indefin
ite period, services will be conducted
each evening by the Evangelist, Sis
ter Mary L. Harris.
The pastor after spending two
weeks with his family in Chicago, 111.
returned to reside in our city. Sun
day, February 19th, the Sunday
school met as usual at 9:30 a. m. &nd
was well attended. Morning and
evening services were conducted by
Sister Mary L. Haris. Evangelist of
Chicago. 111., whose wonderful gospel
mesages fill our heart with much jay.
Sunday evening, February 26th,
1933 at 3:30 p. m. there will be a
special program rendered. The pub.
lie is always welcome at all services
at the church of God.
Salem Baptist Church,
22nd and Seward Sts.,
Rev. E. W. Anthony, Pastor.
Mr. Wa. Cooper, reporter
Fine services were held through,
out the day at Salem. Both depart
ments seem to be increasing in stim
ulative interest and attendance. The
YWA. girls are very busy outlining
their year’s work and planning big
things. Miss Armelia Thomas ia
Our Pastor brought us two messag
He left Monday for home and will
be buck to stay March 8th. You miss
so much by staying away. Come to
Salem and feel at home. Rev. James
Dotson will be in stands Sunday the
3 o’clock sermon by Rev. Green of
Pilgrim was enjoyed by all last Sun
You May Now Procure Genuine
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Zioa Baptist Church.
Rev. C. C. Harper. Pastor,
Rev. J. R. Young. Ass’t,
H. L. \nderson, Sunday School
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Rev. C. C. Harper left the congre
gation after a two weeks stay. Mrs.
C. C. Harper is spending a few days
in Chicago with Rev. Harper.
The Mission Circle gave a great
surprise for Rev. Harper with a
(Thurch reception. They rendered a
L V. CLUB
John Dickerson, Pres.
splendd musical program and pres
ented Rev. Harper with a token of
appreciation and also presented him
a turkey dinner.
The Ruben-nites made a big hit
the other night by presenting “Elder
Full Bosom and his SinKfing congre
gation". They will return with a
new entertainment soon. Do not fail
to see them at Zion Church.
Sunday Morning service was preach
ei by Rev. T. T. Lovelace, secretary
of the National Baptist Home Mis
sion Society. The message Sunday
night was brought by Rev. White.
The BYPU. had a wonderful meet,
ing and the program was rendered
, by group 3.
“I’m in Your Care” by Miss Leona
Edwards; Reading by Mrs. Dallas;
Read, ng by Miss Eleatha Littlejohn;
The Gateway Quartette, Messrs.
Nicholson, E. Reeves, C. Reeves, and
\. Ridge sang the spirituals, “Tell
Me How Did You Feel”, “wasn't that
a might day,” and “Soul Looked
Miss Lulu May Young was chair
man of the program committee.
Next Sunday come out and hear
group 1. BYPU. begins at 6 p. m.
Pleasant .Green Baptist Church
Rev. T. W. Stevenson, Pastor,
Mrs. King. Cl tIc.
Mrs. Keys, reporter
Sunday school at 9:30 n. m. Supt.
Usher. Sunday was well attended by
40 scholars aH nil teachers were able
to be out. Banner class 1. Mr. Mil
ton, teacher. Lesson review by Pas
We were glad to see the choir back
in their place after being absent last
Sunday. The president is Mrs. Me.
11 a. m. in the pulpit, State Mis
sionary Pastor White Opening song,
"Lift Saviour Up.” Scripture reading
by Mr. Hall, also invocation by him.
The morning service was well attend
ed with lots of visitors.
The Sunshine Club will give a tac.
key social Tuesday evening. The rag
giiest person will receive a prize of
$1.00. The charge will be 10c to en
ter to prize contest.
3 p. m. the Pastor and Church went
to Pastor Casvan’s Church for serv
The Mission Supper was very suc
cessful under the direction of the
Autumn Leaf Club.
We hope to be in our church at
22nd and Paul Sts., by Easter Sun
Visitors are always welcomed at
POLITICAL SCIENCE BUREAU
“The Political Science Bureau” was
organized at the home of Mr. Charl
es Rucker this week. Mr. Rucker
was elected President.
Their purpose is to make compari
son of political advantages of the
other like cities with Omaha as re
gards our group.
The .Primrose Social Club
After two week’s adjoumament, the
Primrose Club convened at the home
of Mr. Avreett, 2912 Erskine. All
members returned with high spirits.
The club regreted to lose Mrs.
Watkins, their former secretary, who
left for Des Moines, Iowa to make her
Mesdames Red, Averett and Mr.
Thelmar Redd in order were awarded
Next meeting at Mrs. Redd, 1806
North 28th St. Frances Redd, pres.,
Sarah Bradley, reporter.
THE WISE OWL CLUB
The meeting of the Wise Owl Club
was held Thursday night, February
17th and was entertained by Mrs.
The visitors were: Messrs. John
Burton, Charles Mimms, Robert Jack
son, Miss Mae Mallie Dennis, Mr.
and Mrs. Jones. A new member is
Prizes were won by Mr. Jones and
Miss Mae Mallie Dennis.
This club will be entertained next
Thursday night at 2633 Decatur St.,
by Mrs. Burton. Visitors welcome.
Charles Richards, reporter.
HAPPY HOUR /BRIDGE CLUB
The members of the dear old Hap
py Hour Bridge Club got together for
luncheon and bridge Thursday even,
ing, February 16, 1933 at the home
Household Washers Give Home Ease 1
For Officers In United States Navy
Clotheslines have been unfurled for
the first time in eighteen backyards at
Annapolis. Household washing ma
chines are swishing naval officers'
clothes clean in an equal number of
basements. The United States govern
ment la providing home comforts for
those In the service. It recently award
ed a contract for equipping the homes
of the officers stationed at the United
States Nava) Academy, the flrst in
stance of a purchase of individual
washers for such use
Household washing machines are
owned and used by crews of torpedo
boats Marine detachments have "gone
housewifely" and adopted them, too
but on the big war vessels clothes
washlng remains very much a matter
of “every man for himself ■ Such
scenes as are shown here are common
Man-power and time are abundant, so
the garments are made clean again by
good old-fashioned elbow-grease the
method that has been banished oy
some 9.000.000 women who use elec
trical household washers, and many
who nave power washers of other
With home washing machines avail
able for families and incomes of all
sizes It is expected that many mors
women soon will take advantage of the
opportunity to get clean, fresh, sweet
smelling clothes by a simple washing
process In their own homes.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Griffin, 2910 N.
28th Ave., with Miss E. Daniels as
hostess. Mrs. Selectman gave an ex
cellent Vocal rendition of “Trees”,
assisted by Miss R. McCrary at the
piano. There was a brief business
discussion after which a delicious
luncheon was served by the hostess.
Prizes were awarded to Mr. J. C.
Brown and Mrs. Selectman for the
highest bridge score of the evening.
H. H. B. Club reporter.
JUST WEE SOCIAL & ART CLUB
Just Wee Social and Art Club met
Thursday afternoon, February 16th,
with Mrs. Allen Jones, 25th and Ohio
The hostess served a delicious two
course luncheon, after which the
meeting was called to order by the
president, Mrs. Ida Artison. The reg
ular business was taken care of.
Plans for an Easter Tea to be given
by the club at the residence of Mrs.
Bessie Kirby, 22nd and Grant Sts.,
were completed. The club spent the
afternoon soaially. After which a
vote of thanks to the hostess the club
adjourned to meet with Mrs. Bessie
Kirby the third Thursday in March.
Mrs. Ida Artisan, president, Mrs.
Dora Alexander, reporter.
THE EUREKA TWENTY CLUB
The Eureka Twenty Club met at
the home of Mrs. Griffin at 2910 N.
28th Ave. The hostess was Miss
Daniels. Visitors were Mr. and Mrs.
Dorsey and Mr. Jones. After bridge
was played a lovely repast was serv.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey won first
prizes. Mr. and Mrs. J. Phillips,
Mr. P. Adkins, pres., Mrs. J. Phil
THE JOLLY BRIDGETTES
Mrs. Sullivan was acting hostess to
twenty guests Tuesday when the
club gave a Valentine Card Party in
honor of the husbands. The colors
were red and white and Valentine fa
vors were given to all. Bridge and
dancing was featured. Mrs. Cassie
Jackson won first prize, Mrs. Kath
eryn Manley, boobie. At the men’s
table, Mr. Dan Manley won first
prize and Mrs. Frank Calloway,
A delicious menu was served and
a jolly time was had by all.
The club will meet at Mrs. Doro
thy Abney, February 28th. Mrs.
Cara Smith, pres. Mrs. Ruth John
THE COLORED PROGRESSIVE
The Colored Progressive Club met
Monday night. It has a membership
There has been 300 young people
that have become of voting age since
the last city election three years ago.
and are interesting themselves in
civic affairs. Robert Lipscome, pres.
Crodie Morgan, sec’y.
THE NEEDY BENEFIT LODGE
The Needy Benefit met Monday
night, February 20th at the St. Ben
edi^ Hall. About 30 persons attend
ed this meeting. The secretary re
ported 42 new members for the year
already. Plans were discussed and
laid for the installation of officers
March 8th. Watch the Guide for fur
ther details and at which Church the
services will be held. Mrs. Bolder,
pres., Mrs. Rayburn, sec’y, Mrs.
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