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ST. BENEDICTS NEWS
Rev. Father J. C: Daly. Pastor
.Madeline E. Sterling, Reporter
* he donation of two beautiful stat
uette to th|, church, was a very pleas
ant surprise. Mrs. Jensen, of 4535
ILckory - ./hose husband is owner
Cj. the Jensen Laundry—was the don
er, ar.d we are sincerely greatful for
the beautiful gift. They are the
statue of “The Little Flower” and
“St. Joseph”, the guardian of Mary.
The meeting of the newly organized
Farent Teachers Association, was a
feature of last Sunday’s activities.
A short and very interesting meeting
was conducted by the President, Mrs.
James. The subject of prime interest
was the making of 45 uniforms for
th - girls, and 22 costumes for the
Christmas play. Mrs. Anderson and
Mrs. Sterling have undertaken the
supervision of this huge task and
fire promised the cooperation of the
mothers and members.
The Sisters are giving their annual
Christmas intertainment next Sun
day afternoon at 3:00 o’clock. The
public is cordially invited to attend.
There will be no definite charge of
admission, but a free-will offering is
Don’t fail to see this play and hear
the little folks sing. A very rare
treat is in store for all who attend.
The wonderful Chicken Dinner,
sponsored by Mrs. J. A: Ward was a
triumphant success, and well patron
ised by many visitors from all the
Parishes. Everyone enjoyed the ex
cellent food served and Mrs. Ward
expresses thanks for the hearty co
operation of the ladies of the parish
who helped her to make the event a
The funeral of Mr. Lou:s La Cour,
of 2421 Maple was held last Monday
morning, and was a very sad and im
Mr. La Cour embraced the Catholic
religion several months ago, and was
baptised by Rev. Father Daly. He
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repose of his soul. May the Souls
■ • all the faithful departed, through
the mercy of Christ, rest in peace.
The music for this occasion was
rendered by “St. Benedict's Senior
( hoir”, of wh ch Mrs. May bell Fields
s director, and Mrs. James organist.
It was appropriate and beautiful.
ZION' BAPTIST CHURCH
2215 Grant St.
Rev. C. C. Harper, Pastor
Rev. J. R. Young, Asst Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 A M, H. L. An
derson, Supt. ,
Rev. C. C. Harper preached the
morning service, creating a very in
spirational revival of the gospel on
'rise Christian doctrine. The Imper
ial choir added much color to the ser
v ce, rendering a selection of new An
thems, A. L. Scott, President. Henry
Johnson, director and Mrs. Blanche
Rev. C. C. Harper and the Senior
Choir carried on an afternoon meet
ing at Salem Baptist Church, of
which was really enjoyed by a large
congregation, Mrs. Bessie King, Pres.
Mrs. Woodson, directoress, Mrs. Irene
Morton assisted the choir in place of
Mrs. Ida Woodson being ill at her
home 2211 Grant.
Zion’s afternoon meeting was held
by the Sunday School alliance, Dea
con H. L. Anderson in charge, ren
dering a very fine program.
The B Y P U held its meeting ?t
6:00 sharp, of which everybody is
welcome to attend. A wonderful pro
gram was rendt-red by group No. 2.
Group No. 3 will render the program
next Sunday, . Landrum. Pres., Mil
d ed Turner, Secretary for seniors,
M lba Rob ns. Secretary for Juniors.
The Cantata “Heavenly Light, di
rected by Mrs. H. Madison was a
great success last Thursday evening.
Rev. C. C. Harper preached a won
derful sermon at the Sunday night
service to a large congregation, hym
nals were rendered by the Imperial
Mount Moriah Baptist Church,
24th and Ohio Sts.,
The annual “White Gift Service”
will be hold at the ML Moriah Bap
tist Church Sunday evening at 8
o’clock December 17, 1933. Elabor
ate plans are being made for this oc
casion. The entire auditorium will
be decorated in white, and a very in
teresting program has been arrang
ed. It is expected that at least one
When FintaM out of Wet
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| 24th & Lake St.
thousand will take part in the pro
c ssicnal at the close of ihe pro
'■ * tre heir gifts to the
I- ng will be deposited. Ladies are
a- ed to wear white if possible. The
public is invitpd to attend this ser
c.ce, ar.'; by all n eans be on time.
r ,D ‘l u S'p r.tual Church
-2i North "it Street
Rev. R. \v. Johnson, Pastor
In spite of the change in the wea
"Her, the attendance was very good.
Rev. . w. Johnson was in the pul
p:t ready to bring us an inspiring
and spiritual message, his text was
“Is It Finished”, it was enjoyed by
the whole congregation. Sunday
school was opened on time at 2 o’
The Pastor’s Aid Club entertained
f ""rrbers and friends with a delicious
tl.nner at the parsonage, 2431 Pat
r e’e Avenue., Sunday December 10,
4933. They served a wonderful
j h ck?n d.nner also baked spare ribs,
no ed yams, ice cream and cake,
veryone enjoyed themselves. Mrs.
tkels, President; Mrs. Henderson
xasurer, Mrs. Thomas Scott, Secy.
"th"! Baptist Church,
‘ h and T Streets,
Rev. J. H. Jackson, Pastor
rs. J C Collins, Reporter
Sunday school was attended with
■ very good number under the super
ision of our Supt. Brother H. C.
After being absent from th? pul
Dit for two Sundays, our pastor Rev.
T. H.. Jackson delivered a very in
spiring and practical message at the
11 o’clock worship, using for his dis
cussion “Jesus the True Vine”, John
15—4. As the Disc:ples sa;d of old
“Our Hearts burned within, as he
talked with us by the way”.
The BYPU. was well attended with
a very nice audience. After the
meeting was over a very unique reci
tal was given by a young man in the
person of Mr. Clay, assisted at the
piano by Miss Addie Foxall. He sang
spirituals, sentimentals. and classic
al numbers. These renditions were
very good. It was our pleasure and
privilege after the recital to have as
our guest of honor, the widely known
Dr. R. R. Wright, President of the
Wilberforce University, and an act
ive figure in many other fields. Dr.
Wright gave a brief but interesting
talk on Wilberforce’s present endeav
or and its future aspirations. We
also had other guests in the persons
of Rer. S.. D. Rhone, Rev. J.. S..
Metcalfe and Rev.. Mr. Farmer.
We had a very splendid audience
to witness this most enjoyable even
ing. Visitors and friends are al
ways welcome to worship with us
at the Bethel Baptist Church
St. John AME. Chnrch
‘The Friendly Chnrch”
22nd and Willi* Avenue,
ev L P Bryant, Pastor
Last Sunday was a banner day at
St. John. Dr. R.. R.. Wright, Pres..|
of Wilberforce University preached
at the morning service.. Dr. Wright
laid great stress on the value of un
derstanding. He brought out the
fact that it is so often the lack of un
derstanding that cause people to er
ror, he said, “to understand is the.
first great step in appreciating the
word of God, and that service and
sacrifice are the greatest agents in
the aid of progressiveness.”
Dr. Wright spoke at three church-'
es in Omaha and one in Council
| Bluffs, Iowa, during the day Sunday.'
Rev. Bryant and his Senior Choir
went to Bethel AME. in the after
noon, to take part in the quarterly
meeting conducted by presiding Eld- ]
er Brooks. The visitors were Dr. R.
R Wright, Rev.. Rhone, Rev.. F. S.
Goodlett and many others too num
erous to name.
Visitors are always welcome to St.
John and invited to make it their
church home while in the city.
St. John regrets to lose one of its
oldest members in the death of Sis
ter Union. The Church will miss
her faithful services.
The Omaha Guide is still making
a great attempt to carry your church
and social news, so watch its column
for your news. The Clock Rally is
still making ; great success. See
your leader and help turn the hands
of your group’s clock.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. preach
ing 10:46 a m. Endeavor at 6 p. m.
and evening services at 7;45 p.. m..
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Salem Baptist Church
22nd and Seward Streets
Rev E W Anthony Pastor
Minnie Harris Reporter
Salem Baptist Church Sunday
School opened at 9:39 a m.. Supt..
D.. Nicholson presiding The lesson
w a previewed by Supt.. R. L. Re
ageans . We are glad to know that
he is back from Galveston Ttxas
where he went to the bedside oi hl3
Ditcher who is nvuch hector. The
Sunday Sell?; 1 is ' increasing its
m-mber^hip each Sundry..
The BYPU . opened at its usual
opening hour 11:30 p. m.. President
” . Ptrter cresld’ng.. Cur President
h,-r V.'”. Co' per gave us some
I ;ts '’bout the church.. H * refjuast
- i that we know these facts for our
p-or-ation day services on the fourth
unday. The BYI* J. is expecting
visitors next Sunday the State Pres,
and others.. Cur Pres., warned us
to be in readiness for their coming..
At 11 o’clock our pastor Rev. E.
VC. Anthony brought to us a soul
starring message subject “The Way
Becomes Weary The Bread Hungry
<v Water thirsty”..—14th chapter
f St. John.. At 8 p. m . hi3 subject
•v s “Running in the Race”; Corinth
9—2i B *h serm n 3 were food for
thought.. If we all would live up
to them the world would he a far
better place to live in..
Each member of Sal'm is to make
a special contribution to the church
for a Christmas present. A box is
vellable for them each Sunaay,
leading up to Christmas. Our pas
tor brought to us an inspiring mess
age “Thanksgiving Through Christ”.
Miss Amelia Thomas had a wonder
ful paper, subject “My Thanksgiv
ing Day Recollections”.
The Young Peop’es Progressive
Club is planning to give Christmas
baskets to the poor on Christmas,
and sing Christmas Carols at the
Colored Old Peoples Home.
Mr. E. L. Young, director of the
choir and of the song services in
BYPU.. was given a surprise from
both Departments for his untiring
You are welcome to Salem at all
Pilgrim Baptist Church
Rgv Jas H Dotson. Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
anting Worship 10:45 a. m.
BYPU. Worship 6:00 p. m.
Evening Worship 7:30 p m.
Sunday school opened on time w,th
Supt- Fred Dixon in charge. Attend
ance was good. Rev. J.. A.. Harris
review of the lesson was also very
Rev. Dotson was in the stand and
delivered' one of his most burning
mesages, subject “Witnessing For
Jesus”! It is almost impossible to
describe the morning services, but
it seemed as though the Holy Spirit
dwelled with us, and everyone pres
ent sinner or saint rejoiced over the
word of God.
Among our visitors was Rev. D..
Patton Sioux City, Iowa..
In BYPU Group No. 2 had charge
during the entire period and their
program was excellent. Rev. J. A..
Harris concluded the program with
a very unique imitation of a radio
announcer. Let us suggest that you
visit our BYPU. from time to time.
Rev.. Patton who was our visitor
in the morning services, preached in
the evening ad true to our preditions
proved to be a most interesting and
also a Gospel minister.
The Heart to Heart Club is closing
their rally Sunday and are asking
everyone to “Have A Heart”!
Prayer meeting Wednesday night
Ccme to Pilgrim you are always wel
N W Smith, Reporter,
Rev. A. Clay, Pastor,
The envelope rally was held today.
Sunday school and both morning and
evening services were well attend ;d.
Quite a number of very prom in 2 rr
visitors were out, we hone to see
more. The evening forum was very
We shall continue to welcome
members from other churches.
t. Moriah Bapt'st Church,
Rev F P Jones, Pastor
Mr. Bilim ore. Secretary
Sunday was another great day for
the master and his cause. The pas
ter preaching morning and evening,
w.th many friend-, and visitors lis
tening. In the morning the subject
was “The Unshakable Church.” In
the evening, the subject was “Christ
ian Soldier”. There was one addi
tion to the church and many new
Sunday school was at 9:30 a .m.
and opened with a large attendance.
Much interest is being demonstrated
leading tr.ward the class of the year.
BYPU. at 6 p. m. still hitting on
all eigh: movin? enthusiastically tr
the end cf the year.
The Feast of the Harvest Queens
contest Friday week by the SS. and
BYPU. and Mission Circle created
the great interest and in spite of
rain the church was crowded. Mrs.
L. Biddieux. The Mission Circle, Mrs
C. Austin, Sunday School and Miss
B. Speese, BYPU. The contestants
and their attendance were dressed
for the occasion but one was crowned
and that was Mrs. Biddieux who won
first place. You should have wit
nessed this crowning process, which
brought the house down in cheers.
The Queen’s chair and the platform
was equally decorated with a flood
of lights thrown upon the queens,
and their attendance during tec
All are looking and working to
wards Sunday the 17th at 8 p. m.
when we will hold the “Annual Gift
Service”. One thousand is expected
to attend. So follow the crowd Sun
day night. Visitors are always wel
come at Mount Moriah. Coipe and
bring one. ,
Plans have been completed for form
al opening of the Falls City stock
yards. Merchants hope to make the
event a gala one and 40 prizes have
been donated for farmers who brin*
hogs and cattle on the opening day.
Since the stockyards were established
at Falls City May 23, 115 cars of hogs
and five cars of cattle have been ship
ped to Independent packers through
out the nation. The price paid to
farmers in this section for the stock
▲ municipal power plant for Rals
ton came a step nearer recently when
the village board <f trustees accepted
a survey by C. V. Barnhill, Lincoln
engineer, estimating the cost at $85,
000, and let to him the contract for
drawing complete plans for *he plant.
Members of the beard expressed con
fidence these plan , loo. will be ac
cepted and construction begun unless
the present $1 service charge of the
Xebrarka Power company of Omaha
Largely because of cancellations of
se*-vice by farmers the number of tele
phone stations in operation in Ne
braska at the close of 1931 was 17,
S52 less than for the same date the
prior year, the state railway commis
,'ion was advised. Telephone revenues
for 1931 were $11,403,000 as compared
witl* $11,760,000 the year before. Op
erating express deceased from $8,
534,000 to $8,252,000. Taies increased
from 881 thousand dollars to $908,100.
Fifty-seven out of 149 companies in
the state showed losses..
Good yields of all small grain crops
except winter wheat are predicted for
Nebraska by A. E. Anderson, state
and federal statistician, on the basis
of the June mid-month crop reports of
the state's bankers. A sudden wave
of high temperatures, he warns, mi^ht j
injure oats and barley. A good wild
hay crop is assured, he said, while
the second crop of alfalfa promises
to be better than the first which was
cut short by the dry May. Most of
the state's large corn acreage Is re
ported in fine condition and promis
ing with tLe large reserve of subsoil
moisture. About 9.5 per cent of the
corn was replanted, making much of it
late. Prices of farm products, how
ever, have continued to go from bad
to worse, the statistician finds. Dur
ing the past month, he reports, wheat
dropped from 28 to 31 cents, com from
28 to 27 cents, oats from 24 to 22
cents, alfalfa from $9.16 to $7.50 and
butterfat from 13 to 12 cents. Eggs
remained at $ cents. Livestock began
to advance, hogs showing $2.80 against
$2.46 a month ago and beef cattle
$5.75 against $5.19 a month ago.
Bankers report considerably fewer
cattle on feed than a year ago and
they expect fewer grass fat cattle for
market this fall.
Harvesting of winter wheat in east
ern Nebraska is moving steadily
along, A. E. Anderson, state and fed
eral statistician announced recently.
Only dry weather Is needed to speed
,t up and to permit a start in districts
where the binders have not yet gone
to work. Unless the grain has
shrunk, it will be much better than
had been anticipated the first of the
month, Andersen said. While the
wet weather around Lincoln has been
delaying the harvest, the cool weather
has been particularly good for the
spring grain crops.
mol FUTURE ••
BV ABBE' WALLACE
lj<*jnq<2S+- mentelia* on tfie
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ABBE WALLACE .
P- H- W ill I be able through the
effort I am trying to put forth to save
my property or not?
ANS.—You will be successful in
paying off the heavy mortgages your
li'nv is covered with. I cannot see
you !s.ng y ■ u heme, so I adr.se v u
to strive hard and push ahead with
your plans. ,
p-—Will you please tell me if
my wife is in love with the man up
ANS.—Your wife is very fona of
the BOOTLEGGER up the street.
Please don’t get the impression that
they are in love with one another for
I cannot contact any love affair be
ing carried on between them. Thair
feeling for one another is merely
J. M. R.—Jay stomach hurts me s >
bad that I want to know if it will
ever be well
ANS.—It will, but firot an open
tion will be necessary. I can f •
see no serious difficulty to for ewe n
you of concerning this. GOOD
HEALTH will mark your el age.
L. M.—Please tell me what is tha
trouble that I can’t hold boy friends?
I am a nice looking girl, dress nice,
go places, don’t quarrel with them,
out try to love them.
ANS.—Your friends won’t tell you
what the matter is but I will. You
n^ed a bottle of LISTERINE, for you
G. R. C.—Will I be successful in
getting my wishes?
ANS.—Not overnight by any
means. You will succeed in some day
opening up a HAT SHOPPE but this
takes me several years oway. I also
vision you living in ond owning your
own cozy little bungalow but this
will be some time off also.
r . .... V. . ;.i h .a i;ve
with a certain p-u... l; Cr . love
Ans: His love is as eoi . .... CU
CUMBER. Your E.v- hLSfiv.sJD
never loved you the wuj ....
have. You will many a • . bi t
you will never have the opportunity
of going back with vour e . ..
C.D . W.—.Will I marry h man
I am interested in.
Ans: He does not love you ans has
no intentions of marryin j y He
is using you for a chump. ;h. why
he disappoints you on dates. Tf he
wanted you for a wife he would not
act the way he does.
E. S.—Is there a hidden treasure
on the place I live ard will I be suc
cessful in getting it?
Ans: No such treasure exsists.
Put this dream outo f y. ur ir. ni for
there is nothing to it. I ? > n , treas
ure of any description on .
E. H.—’ ■ n't you ' se tell me
whya lady who lives b h nd me keeps
picking at me and saying things that
are not true about me?
Ans: Your husband got the job
that she tried so hard to MAKE
HER HUSBAND GO AFTER. Nat
urally, it burns her up to learn that
she lost out and you and your hus
band are getting ahead. Don’t let it
worry you as she will forget ab ut
this in time.
C. J. K—Please tell me for what
line or what vocation I am best a
Ans: Your aim to become a S HOOL
TEACHER is a good one.. You ar»
well adapted to educational w ork of
any kind and will make a good liv
ing in this field.. You would be
foolish to let any person persuade
you to change from this branch.
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