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St. John A. i>i. E. Church
“The Friendly Church”
22nd and Willis Avenue
Rev- L- P- Bryant—Pastor
'•I he Sunday School started the day
last Sunday with about the largest
attendenoe of the year- The teachers
are pleased to see so much interest
shown by the children and are asking
the parents to see to it that that child
dLren come on time
Rev- Bryant preached at both mom
in# and evening servces. In the
morning he took his text from the
twelfth chapter of Heb- “Heros inMor
dan Faith" Some of the central
thoughts were as follows:
There is a crown of life for those
who trust God. and put great faith
in him- Faith that will not stand in
the battles of life is of little value,
but the one who has the faith to i-un
the race to the end is the one that gets
At the everrsr.g service Rev. Bryant
preached the first Cor- and the twenty
ae-cond to the 24th verse.
The morning services were well at
tended regardless of the hot weather,
and the collection was very good
There were many visitors present,
namely; Mrs- C. A- Chandler, Musk
ogee Okla: Mr. Kenneth McVey,
Boulder, Colo-; Mr- A. Esdale. New
York City; Air. Blanche L- Drizzle,
S Paul, Minn.; Mrs. Saunders and
Charles Rousseau of Kansas City,
MMrs- Edna Adams Brooks of Chic
go and Lyon Brice of Omaha. St
John’s always welcomes her visitors
In the near future she expects to
have as her guest, the very distin
Cengresaman, Mr- Oscar De
Pritst, *vatch for the time and date
of his coming.
The Senior Choir is honoring Negro
dcCnpoaers in a program at the North
Side “Y” at a host and hostess dinner
on My 31t.
26th and Burdette Streets
O- J- Burckhardt—Pastor
J. W- Goodwin—Asst. Pastor
Mrs. Edna Pankey—Reporter
We had a splendid day Sunday. The
Sunday school as usual was full of
interest under our new teacher Dea
con Samuel Stafford who showed that
he had given much study to the lesson
At 11 a- m- the pastor brought a
message on the Power of the World
We had few gathered into the Lea
gue meeting and we had somethings
brought out that strengthened the
At 8 p- m- Elder Hunley brought
us a splendid message- His subject
was ho*v we were to know the Lord
in remtlon to our ouls
We are quite busy at the Temple,
Bishop Wm. A- Washington will open
the SLid-tresrern Diocese Convention
here on June 17th- We are looking
forward for a great convention.
Sunday we expect a good days service
we will be gld to have you come and
worsmp with us- The Missionary
ffond under the supt of Sister Clara
Anderson «> regaining themselves.
You will always receive a hearty wel
come at the Temple
Church of the Living God
C. W. F. F.
23*16 North 25th Street Temple 33
Elder I- Graham—Acting Pastor
Sunday School was held at the re
gular hour with a good attendence.
Morning service begn promptly at
11:30 a- m- Chief J- P* F* Stucky
preached from Matt: 13th chapter
and the 47th verse- Everyone tha1
was present enjoyed thdmselves tc
Mr. Thomas Taylor also sang a
wonderful solo with Mjrs- Stewart
at the piano- The Choir rendered
some beautiful numbers- At three
o’clock Rev- Thomas and his people
from the Primitive Baptist Church
were with us. and also Rev- Wagner,
Kev- Thomas preached wonderful
sermon from Proverbs 18th chapter
and the 16th verse- His Choir also
rendered some very good numbers
Those who were not there crtainly
did mis a good treat* We are always
glad to have Rev- Thomas and his
good people with us- Chief Stucky
will start nls revival Wednesday
night. May 23rd- Come out and heax
Chief Stucky- I know you will enjoy
Freestone Baptist Church
Rev* Dan Thomas—Pastor
Bernice G rice—Reporter
Sunday School was opened about
9:45 a- m- by the supt- Teachers took
charge of classes- The advanced class
was taught by the taecher Mis Viola
J- Olivei The primary class was
taught by Miss Mary E- Burdin- Sun
day morning services wereopened as
usual at 11 o'clock. A eautiful ser
man was preached by our pastor,
Rev. Dn Thomas and new member
united with us- The pastor also prea
ched our Sunday evening services and
it was indeed enjoyed by all
Visitors are aways welcome
- IMPROVED IJ-11*
(By RKY. P. B. F1TZ WATER. D. D,
Member of Faculty, Moody Bible
Institute sf Chloase.)
O. 104. Westers Newspaper Uatea.
Lesson for May 27
the last judgment
LESSON TEXT—Matthew >i:tl-4«.
GOLDEN TEXT—For we must alt
appear before the Judgment seat of
| Christ; that every one may receive the
things done In his body, accordias ts
that he hath done, whether It ba good
. -or bad. 11 Cor. 5:10.
PRIMARY- TOPIC—Doing Things for
JUNIOR TOPIC—The King's Test of
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP.
IC—Serving Christ by Serving Others.
TOtlNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP
IC—Christ Our Judge.
A mure correct topic for today s lea
son would he The Judgment of the
Nations. According to the legitimate
textual and contextual signification It
Ik the Judgment of the living natlona,
'• bich still lie* In the future. The
ideH of a general Judgment is a funda
mental error. Doctor Pentecost well
says. "It Is a mischievous habit that
has led the Christian world to speak
of the Judgment as being one great
pvent taking place at the end of the
world when all human beings, saints
and sinners. Jews and Gentiles, the
living and the dead, shall stand up
before the great white throne and
there he judged. Nothing can be more
wide of the Scriptures.”
The Hibie speaks of several Judg- j
menu, differing in respect to the sub
jects to be judged, the place of Judg
ment. the time and result of the Judg
ment. The Judgment which we are
considering today Is not that one set j
forth lu Revelation 20:11-14. It pre- !
cedes that one by ut least 1,000year*, j
A definite analysis of this le*sou will j
show how entirely distinct this Judg
mem i* from the final Judgment.
I. The Judg* (v. 31).
lie is the Son of man, the one who
came and died to redeem the human
lace. At this time he is seen clothed
with majesty and power sitting upon i
his rhroue acting as judge. There is
no Judgment, so far as sin Is con
cerned. for those who now accept)
Jesus Christ as their Saviour (John
II. The Time of Judgment (v. 31).
This Judgment will take place wher.
the Lord comes In his glory accom-t
) aided by a retinue of glorious an-'
gels, and after he has gathered th> f
elect remnant of Israel. There wil j
be no resurrection In connection with*
III. The Place of Judgment (v. 31).
The prophecies of Joel (2:1-17) and
Zechariah (14:1-5) show that it will
be In or near Jerusalem. The angel
said to Mary, “Thou stia.lt call his
name Jesus. He shall be great and
shall be called the Son of the High
est, and the Lord God shall give unto
him the throne of his father David.
And he shall reign over the house of
Jacob forever; and of his kingdom
there shall be no end” (Luke 1:31
33). As David was a literal king and
reigned at a literal place, there shall
be at that time a literal judge occupy
ing a literal place of Judgment.
IV. The People Judged (vv. 32-45).
It Is expressly declared "before him
shall be gathered all nations." They
will be the nations left upon the earth
after the church has been translated
1(1 Thess. 4:16, 17). These are the na
tlons to whom the gospel of the king
dom shall be preached Just prior te
the coming of the end of this age.
“And this gospel of the kingdom shah
be preached in all the world for a wit
ness unto all nations; and then shall
the end come” (Matt. 24:14). Thla gos
pel is distinct fron the grace of God
which ia bow being preached. The
preachers of this gospel will be the
Jews (Her. 7 and Rom. 11). They will
move among the nations of the earth
Iwlth the startling news of the Lord's
V. The laeue of the Judgment (w
Seme of the nations will gladly re
ceive the message of ths kingdom and
moat kindly receive ths King's messen
ger*. Others will persecute them
thrusting them Into prison. Her*
thoae who receive the message will
visit ths messengers of th* King and
provide for their wants. At this
time the judge will separate the
nations, placing the sheep on th*
right hand and th* goats on the left
The Aeep are those who give proper
treatment to Christ’s brethren, the
masaengen of th* gospel of ths
kingdom. Th# goats are thorn who I
reject the message and maltreat
the messengers. If these throe
classes, ths sheep, the goats, and ths
brethren ho kept separata la ear
Hunting *U coatasloa will he avoided.
Talking Things Over .
-By Mildred J* Bronson
“Have Faith In The Lord: He’s Cari
ng For You”
Dear Readers: I am now bringing
to you a topic, on which I have been
requested to write, that I really beli
eve to be one of my best writings thus
Friends, I would like for you to read
this poem over carefully and see just
Attend Some Ckurch Every Sunday
. If you set any service owt of this
church directory write us a line or
two we waut to serve- .. .. . .
....Before you buy your household
needs ^ consult the pages of the Oma
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Notice—Because I have been unable to reach a few of the pastors of some chures,
I am asking that any church omitted, will please get in touch with me, or send in a
written statement, rogarding your church activities, and I will gladly enter the same
in this column Any error or ommision Li the present arrangement, if brought to
my attention, will be cheerfully corrected The Editor.
We live not by bread alone The soul is like unto any other part of the body. It
must be fed and where is the food? The Church is the only place. Make your
choice of the following Churches and attend some church every Sunday.
United Sabath Day Adventist, 2320
N. 28th Ave- Rev. M. M. Boodle.
Pastor. Sabath day services (Satur
day), Sabath school 9:30 A. M. Mrs.
L. Smith. Supt* Sermon, 11:00 o’clock
Jr. and Sr. Mission meeting, 3:00 p
m.. conducted by Mrs. A. B Wright,
and Mrs. Edith Boodle. Sunday,
Sermon and Son* Service, 7:30 P. M.
Senenth-Dmy Adventist Church, 28th
and Lake Sts. . . ...
Brother George Anderson, Church
Eider, Acting Pastor.
Sun Down Vespers, Friday Evening.
Saturday Services, Sabbath-school
9:45 A. M-, Mrs. Ethel Anderson, Su
perintendent. Sermon. 11.00 o’clock,
Missionary Volunteer Society, 4:00 P.
M-, conducted by Mrs. Anna Part
ridge. Prayer meeting. Wed. evening
8:00 P. M.
Zion. 2215 Grant St.. Rev. C. C
Services—Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Mr. Harry Anderson, superintendent.
Sarmon. 11 KM) a. ra- and 8:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting, B. Y. P. U. 6.00
p. m. Mr. Murray Landrum, Presi
Salem, 22nd and Seward, Sts-, Rev.
E. W. Anthony, Pastor.
Services—Sunday school. 9:30 a.in.
Mr. F. L. Wesley Superintendent.
Sermon. 11:00 a. m. and 8:60 p. m.
B. Y. P. U. 6: p. m. W. M. Cooper
Mt. Moriah 24 and Ohio Sts. Rev.
F. P. Jones, Pastor
Services, Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Mrs. A. B. Speese superintendent.
Sermon 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.
B. Y. P. U. 6:00 p. m. Mr- M. Niles,
Mission society Meeting, every 1st
and 3rd Thursday afternoon, conduct
ed by Mrs. F. P. Jones.
Paradise 23rd and Clark Sts., Rev.
N. C. Cannon, Pastor; Rev. P. M
Harris, Assistant, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m., Mr. C.
II. Garner, superintendent.
Sermon. 11:00 and 8:00 o’clock.
Prayer meeting wed. evening B. Y.
P. U. 7:00 p- m- Mr. J. Henderson,
Mission Art Club, Thursday afternoon
conducted by Mrs. A. M. Busche.
Pilgrim—1320 N. 25th St. Rev. J.
A- Dotson, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:30 A. M., Superin
tendent, Mr. Fred Dixon.
B Y. P. U. 6:00 p. m. Mr. J. W
Tuesday evening, 8:00 o’clock, Gen
eral Group Meeting.
Men’s Laymen, Mr. George Lewis,
Heart to Heart Club, Mrs. Fannie
Willing Workers Club, Mrs. Fannie
Ever Loyal dub Mias Nicholson,
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:38 p.
Senior Red Circle, Thursday, 6:30 p.
m. Mrs. Fletcher, President.
Junior Bed Circle Wed. 4:30 p. ra.,
Miss Mlldren Dotson. President.
Missionary meeting. Wed. 2:88 p. m.
St. Benedict The Moore, 2423 Grant
St. Father J. C. Daly S. J., Pastor
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m., Sister
Mary Daniel, Superintendent.
Low Maas, 9:80 A. M. High mass,
and Benediction, 10:LV
Altar society Tuesday afternoon, 2:00
p. m. Mrs. M. Sterling, President.
Peter Claver Guild Monday 8:00 p.
m. Mrs- Ona Glass, President.
Week Day Mass every morning, 8:30
Christ Temple—26th and Burdette
Sts. Rev. O. J. Burckhardt, Pastor
Services, S. S. 9:30 a- m- Rev. J.
W. Gooden, sapt
Sernten, 11:60 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.
B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m-, conducted
by Deacon Stafford, and Elder Hunt
Mission Band Meeting, Monday even
ing, 7J0 p. m. by Mrs. Willa Vann.
Bible Class and Bible Institute, Tues
day evening, 7:30 p. m. conducted by
Brother J. C. Parker, and Rev
St. Johns, 22nd and Willis Ave. Rev.
L. P. Bryant, Pastor.
S. S. 9:00 a. m. Mr. W. E- Webb,
supt-, A. C. E. League, 6:00 p. m.
Sermon, 10:45 a. m- and 7:45 p. m
Class Meeting, Tuesday evening, con
ducted by the Pastor, Rev. Bryant.
Bethel A. M. E. 2430 Franklin St.
Rev. J. W. Williams, Pastor.
S. S. 9:45 a. m. Mrs. Maggie
Sermon, 11:00 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
A. C- E. League, 6:30, Mrs- Etta
Mae Woods, President.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening,
Choir Rehersal, Thursday evening,
Clair Chapel, 22nd and Miami Sts.
Rev. Alfred Clay, Pastor.
Services, S. S. 9:30 a. m., Mr. R. R.
Sermon, 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Lucille Gray, President
Choir Practice, Friday at 8:00 p. m.
Board Meeting, Monday 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
Cleaves Temple, 25 and Decatur Sts.
Rev. O. A. CalhoHn, Pastor.
Services, S. S. 9:45 a. m. Mr.
Charles Stallworth, SOpemtendent.
Sermon, 11:00 a. ai. and 7:45 p. m.
by the Pastor.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening.
Mission Society, Wednesday after
Forward Step Chib, Tuesday evening,
by Rev. O. A. Calhoun.
Stewardess Board Friday Afternoon;
Choir Rehersa, Friday evening
Allen Chappel— 25th and R Sts.
(South Omaha) Rev. W. S. Metcalf,
Services, S. S. 9:30 a. m.. Mr. John
Sermon, 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening,
Metropolitan Spiritual Church, Lake
St-, near 24th. Rev. R. W. Johnson,
Services, S. S. 1:06 p. m., Mrs.
Church services, 11.00 a. ra. and 7:30
p. m. Sunday, Rev. Johnson.
Church Services Tuesday and Thurs
day. evening at 8KM o’clock. Rev.
Prayer Clubs Monday, 8:06 p. rn
conducted by Mrs. Payton.
Penny Club, Wednesday 8.*60 p. m.
by Mrs. Grffin.
Choir rehersal, Friday evening.
St. Phillipe Episcopal Church—21st
and Paul St. Father B. E. Holly,
Sermon and Holy Communion First
and Third Sunday at 11 a. m.
Sermon and Holy Communion second
and third Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Mr. Dil
lard Crawford, Supt.
Regular morning services every Sun
day at 11 a. m.
Vespers meet second Tuesday in each
month. W. M. Haynes, Senior Ward
en and B. B. Cowans, jr. warden.
Women’s Auxilliary—Mrs. John Al
Mrs. J. C. Donley—Secretary
Meets every Thursday afternoon.
Altar Guild—Mrs. Augustus Hicks
Mrs J. C. Donley—Secretary.
Meets Every Tuesday night.
Choir Guild—Mrs. Margaret Wil
Mrs. Valaria McCaw—Secretary.
Meets every Thursday night.
Dorcas Society—Mrs. H. Wiggins—
Mrs. J. C- Donley—Secretary.
Meets every Friday afternoon.
Pleasant Green, 22nd and Paul Sts
Rev. P J Price, Pastor
Mrs Lottie Keks, Reporter; Mss
Servces—Sunday School-9:.10 a m ;
Supt Mr Vealand _ .Morning Ser
vices, 11 a- m every Sunday morn mg
B Y P U , 6 p- m , President Plrs
Ida M McGuire...Evening services
every Sunday night.
Mission, Thursday night-__Prayer
meeting. Wednesday night, led by one
of the Deacons._Aulun Cub, Monday
night .President Mrs- Estelle Waters
Pick Club, Tuesday night. President
Mrs- Turner. Choir rerearsals,
Friday night. President, Mr. S. Me
what you can get out of it- As you
read it. think deeply and see and feel
just how faith within yourself begins
to go through you.
Have Faith in the Lord- He’s car
ing for you,
Have Faith in your master, in all that
Ready He stands to cheer and to bless,
In every hardship, in all distress,
In your Master, have faith, that
conquers all fear;
Have Faith in your Master, and know
He is near
Life’s tempests may blow against hu
But God has power to say, “Peace be
Winds and the waves obey His com
Lepers are healed by the touch of his
Mountains are moved, and cast into
Prisoners in bond and chains are set
Have faith in the Lord: yon will never
Have Faith in the Lord: be steady
He’s willing to help and ready to
Has power to make every care dis
Only have faith, and it all will be done,
And your prayers, He will nswer, one
Have faith, in the Lord, on the path
way of life,
Have Faith in each hour of trial anc
Surely He knows what yon need for
He’s ready to give you, before you
Have Faith in the Lord, in all that
Have Faith in the Lord, He’s earing
Friends, ths poem covers all, I can
possibly say only to warn you of a few
odds and ends in your everyday life
Sometimes we have friends, that we
have the utmost faith in- No one
could tell us anything, about he or she,
that would make us lose faith in them.
But when they decieve us, oh, how it
hurts and most times causes us to
hed a ter. But do you know, if you
will only keep faith and not allow your
self to stray to the ways of the devil
and treat that friend just the sme as
if nothing had happened, they will feel
ashamed and nine out of ten chances
will come and ask forgiveness and
after this may make you the beet pal
you ever had
Faith is the food of the soul, and
without it, we would waste away, as
the flower without water, wither and
die. But when two true friends, re
member I said “True Friends”, meet
and form an everlasting faith, in each
other it takes death to separate them,
and I have known some that would not
let even death take them apart..
May I recall to your minds, just here
the “Book of Ruth ” Where Naomi
said unto her daughtrs “Turn again
my daughters,” but Ruth with more
fanth than Orpha said. “Entreat me
not to leave thee. I will go and where
thou lodge, I will lodge. Thou people
shall be my people- Thou God, my
God-” and even said “Where thou diest,
I will die ” Does this cover my state
ment of a moment ago- Friend this
is real faith, because, only a few of
us wish to die for another.
Now if we only try to be as Ruth
to her mother in law- Be a friend to
a real friend that your friend could
have that kind of fath in you, how
peaceful things would be here on earth
and how little the devil would have
to do among us.
So friends, you see, if we first put
a lots of faith in ourselves, and then
as much in our friends, it would not
be long before you would read no more
of people fighting each other, courts
would cease to settle disputes and
God alone, would be the sole judge
of man- The “Peace on Earth, Good
Will to Men” would be the flag of the
I will close with this little poem and
may it help someone, if not all of you,
as we begin another day.
Have Faith in me, I will have Faith
Pot the two Faiths together, It will
carry us through,”
Salem Baptist Church
22nd and Seward St*
Rev W- E- Fort—Acting Pastor
The Salem Baptist Sunday Schoo
CARD OF THANKS
Thanking our many friends, for their kind
ness during the illiness and death of our beloved
sister, Mrs. Ida Hughes.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ward and Family
opened at 9:30 a- m- with
Reageans presiding. Rev. Nicholason
gave a wonderful review of the lesson.
Salm’a Sunday School is progressing
in finance and membership each San
dy. Supt Wesley urged the officers
to be present at the Friday night
At 11 a- m. Rev. Fort brought to
us a powerful gospel message. He
preached a powerful gospel message
from St Matt: 16th chapter and the
10th verse- Text read thus: “Thou
Kingdom Came. Thy Will be done,
on Earth as it is In Heaven ”
Our Choir sang at the County
Hospital Sunday morning at 8 a- m.
They report splendid results- Many
patients remarked about their won
derful singing. Our Choir realizes
that in order for them to be true
Christiana tiiey must make someone
The B- Y- P. U- opened at 6 p. m
with Pres Cooper presiding. A wond
erful program was given by Group No
7, the Mother’s Group of the Union,
Mrs L Harris is the group captain
She succeeded in getting many outside
talents to appear on the program
At 8 p. m- Rev- D- Nicholason
brought She message- His subject
was “Dry Bones ” Text found in the
31st chapter of Ezekiel. Our souls
were made to rejoice as he spoke to
us- Rev. Nicholason is improving
every time he speaks to us
You are welcome to Salem at all
MINISTERS TO MEET AT
Conference to Hear Religious Leaders
Hampton Institute, Va—The twenty
first anual Ministers’ Conference of
Hampton Institute will be held on the
campus from June 26 to June 29, with
prominent Negro and white ministers
and educators taking part on the pro
gram- Among the speakers and group
leaders will be Bishop Edwin Hughes
of Washington, D. C-; Dr. J. W
Ellison, formerly of Virginia State
College and now pastor in Washington
the Rev. Dr- Charles Hubert of More
house College; Canon Anson Phelps
Stokes of Washington, D- C-; Eugene
Kinkle Jones, Negro Advisor of the
United States Department of Com
merce; and Benjamin Brawley, of
A novelty to be presented this year
will be the presence of a group of
church music directors, who will be
members of a seminary on problems of
church music— conducting, hymn
ology, voice problems, and similar
topics. This group will be under the
director of John Milton Kelley, assist
ant director of the famous Westmin
ister Choir School of Princeton, N- J.
Mr. Kellley will also conduct a seminar
for ministers on “Church Music.”
June 20 has been designated as the
iast day for registering for admission
to the seminar for choir directors:
because of the demand already aroused
for this course, a limitation of only
one music representative from each
church has been set up.
The Annual Sermon, at the opening
of the Conference will be by Bishop
Hughes, who will also give a lecture
on “The Exajmple of Christ as a
Dr- Ellison, who as a member oi
the Virginia State faculty did ex
tension work in connection with rural
church work, will speak on “The
Rural Church Program,” and will alsc
conduct a seminary on this importanl
i he daily worship periods will be
led by Dr. Hubert, who will also be in
charge of a seminary The Rev- S- Art
An illustrated lecture on “Recent Re
ligious, Social and Educational De
partments in Africa” will be deliver
ed by Canon Stokes, who recently
returned from an extensive stay in
Africa. Mr. Jones formerly of the
Urban League, and now one of the
leading Negroes in the NRA Admin
stration, will speak on “The Negro
in the Recovery Program,” and “The
Church and the Negro’s Economic
Situation-” On the latter he will also
conduct a seminr- The Rev. S- Arthur
Devan, Chaplain of Hampton Institute
will speak on “The Conduct of Wor
Each day during tjhe conference
Professor Brawley will conduct a sem
inary on“The Minister as a Profession
al Man." He will also give three
ddresses on “Finding Preaching Ma
Last year the attendence was 386
representing most every denotmina
tion- Expectations are that this year
the attendance will be still larger
Cerificates of attendance will again
be given to those who register at the
opening sessions and remain through
out the Conference
There will again be a special re
ligious exhibit prepared by Isaac
Fisher, General Secretary of the In
stitute Y- M- C- A.
PARABLES AND PROBERBS
By A. B. Mann
(“All’s well That Ends Well”)
(For The Literary Service Bureau)
This is a Shakespearan proverb;
J it contains more truth than many
; round in the writings of uua
j famous philosopher
j 1 he axiom is scientific and not
fatalistic as might be presumed. It
is predicted on the law of effect and
cause- It connotes that success comes
oot by lot or cnance, nor by blind fate,
but by effort, by wise planing and
The adage is a slap at the narrow
cmtic who condemns and activities
which he cannot understand. It tell*
that we are not judged by appearance;
by what seems right or wrong, wise
or unwise- The final lesson is
u-umauj results manifest the wisdom
or folly of any given line of action
and ending well will vindicate the
wisuom and Hie juugifnent of many
whose actions are misunderstood and
misrepresented- But, let it be
remembered that the prospects for
euuiig, well are oetter if we start
well. And also, let us bear in mind
ending well depends on earnest ef
fort rather than luck.
By YidetU Ish.
(“Useful or Orameutal)
(For The Literary Service Bureau
j Today, young.maroed women soon
| think it creditable to say “I do't
know." ‘I can't do that," “I never
learned fLa*;” -That’s not in my
line,” and otherwise to boast of lack
of knowledge. Many of them lack
knowledge of the simplest things.
I know a young woman who calls
to her husband, “Tommy, come move
this. “Tdmmy, how do you do this?"
thus young woman flatly said- “I
don’t know how to mend; cake it to
the tailor, “Weil, I am not your
Most young husbands are poor and
unable to “pay foj. every little
thing.” As children come, (if they
do), family expenses inqreaae »T>r|
economy becomes more necessary.
Then, every young womad needs to
know how to do so as to be able to
make a living if she should lose her
husband. Better “leam to be useful
as well as ornamental,” as the old
Lola Stewart’s Column.
“Africa has a magnificent equato
I rial systems, second only to great
| Lakes of North America- Unlike the
; latter, the African lakes have no
deep-water connection with the sea,
and hence their commercial value is
greatly lessoned- Lake Victoria, the
second largest fresh water lake in the
world, Tanganyika, the longest lake
in the world, and Lake Nyaua, which
reaches a depth of 2,600 feet are the
largest lakes in the system. Others
in the group are lakes Rudolf, Al
bert anr Albert Edward- Lake Chad
south of the Sahara, like the Cas
pian Sea, has no outlet- During the
rainy season its area is about 20,000
square miles, but it is shallow, and
during the dry season it shrinks to
half that size.”
MAXIE MILLER WRITES:
(For The Literary Service Bureau)
WANTS WIFE TO WORK AT HOME
AND OUTSIDE TOO — THAT
WOULD GIVE HER THE HEAVY
END OF THE STICK—YOU’RE
RIGHT MARIE MACK — “STICK
TO YOUR BUSH”
(For advice, write to Maxie Miller,
care of Literary Servire Bureau, 516
. Minnesota Ave, Kansas City Mo- For
personal reply, send self addressed,
stamped eveioped )
Maxie Miller 4 am a young mar
ried woman- My husband makes en
ough for our living. I stay at home
and keep the house clean and do all
the washing and ironing and make
everything pleasant for him- I get
up at 5:30 to cook his breakfast, and
his dinner is always ready when he
comes in the evening. But this hus
band of mane contends that I should
do some work outside, like other wo
men, to help us get a start I say he
works away from home and I work at
home, and though we have no blue
eagle “we do our part” What do you
think of this situation? Please ad
vise me—Marie Mack
Marie Mack: Your husband's con
tention is just all wrong Most men
are that way. If you do the work at
home anr then match his work away
from home, you’d have the heavy end
of the stick. Tell him bo pay you
what he’d have to pay any other wo
man for the work you do, and you’ll
supply all of your needs- If a woman
chooses to do some outside work it
i all right but no husband has the
right to demand such
MAN RAPES 7-YEAR
OLD COLORED GIRL
Petersburg, Va-—(CNS)—R. C.
Smth, a (middle-aged white man is
under arrest here foj. criminal assault
on little Constance Crocker a'feeble
minded 7-year-old colored girl. The
white Papers of the city have made
ao mention of the case
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