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ST. JOHN’S A. M. E. CHURCH
“The Friendly Church.”
Rev. L. P. Bryant, Pastor
Sunday, March 10, was a line
day at St. John’s. Iiev. Bryant
preached both servises. 1 he at
tendance and- collections Were
The Sunday School attendance
is still improving. The men’s
Bible Class is still inviting you
men to come and be a part of it.
The Christian Endeavor, at 6
p. in., each Sunday invites both
young and grown-ups to come to
its meetings. Rev. Thomas Ruck
er is very anxious to build up the
attendance of the Endeavor.
The Wednesday night prayer
meetings are very interesting to
those who are attending. Why
not come and get the spiritual
food that is in s.ore for you! The
prayers in the meeting are all to
gether voluntary, no one is called
on to pray. That, in itself, adds
a deal to the interest of the meet
Nex Sunday, March, 17, is Quar
terly Meeting Day. The pastor
and officers are very anxious that
all the reports come in good and
on time. If you arc behind with
your obligations, please try and
get them all paid up.
Now ,tlie time for the closing
of the Rally is drawing near, and
some have not paid their captain
anything. Sec your captain, and
pay a little along at the time,
and it will not seem so hard.
Sunday, March 31, at 3 p. m.,
is the time and date set for the
big spring musical at St. John s
when- a'l the leading colored
church choirs of Omaha will be
the guests of St. John’s. This
promises to be one of- -the most
interesting rnusial events of the
year. This will lie one event you
cannot afford to miss. Come and
see all these choirs. March in and
give yourself a great musical
treat, and a Gospel message
Visitors are always welcome to
Mrs. L. L. MeVay reporter.
ST. BENEDICT’S PARISH
By a special permission, the
blessed sacrament is being kept
up the altar during the lenten sea
son. It is remarkable what a dif
ference the presence of our Lora
can make in any place he abides.
The Holy Name Society receiv
ed communion in a body last Sun
day, and almost the entire organi
zation had breakfast with the
Altar Society in the dining hall
after the mass. Father Wilwerd
ing, was the guest of honor.
The Altar Society entertained
its members and a few friends tft
a small pre-lenten party, at the
lioine of Mrs. Henerietta C laxton,
early last week. The hostesses
were thanked for a very enjoy
Mesdames Redmon, Glass, Car
penter, Bass. Cosby and Claxton,
were responsible for the delicious
supper served, after many rubbers
One of the famous St. Bene
dict’s Chicken dinners will be
given Sunday. March 24 in the
school dining hall. This dinner
will be personally supervised by
Mrs. T. P. Mahammitt, the well
known Cateress, and instructor
under the vocational classes, spon
sored by the Board of Education.
Don’t forget the date, March 24th,
from 12:00 to 8:00.
Lenten devotions are being held
every Wednesday and Friday
nights. You are invited to attend.
Six members of the Altar So
ciety made their monthly visit to
the Douglas county hospital last
Sunday afternoon, carrying Cath
olic literature and fresh fruit to
all the colored patients in the sick
and T. B. wards.
The children are being prepared
to render a program of songs and
music at the next meeting of the
P. T. A., by Miss Willis, the music
teacher, sponsored by the princip
al. Sister Mary Edith.
MORNING STAR BAPTIST
Sunday school was opened on
time with the superintendent Mrs.
A. J. Johnson in charge. All
teachers were at their post. The
Sunday school is sponsoring a
contest. Miss Zelma Prutt and
Andrew Johnson are the contest
At 11 a. m. praise service was
conducted by the deacon board.
The pastor then ascended the pul
pit. He chose for his subject. “A
Wonderful Counselor.” Lesson,
text, Isaiah, 9:6 chapter and 6th
verse. The spirit was high our
The junior B. Y. P. U. was clos
ed Sunday with a grand success.
One of the main attractions was a
Hog Killing contest contest be
tween Little Audry Maurice Wil
liams and Little Miss Loraine
Morris. Audry Maurice proved
himself a master Hog Killer, when;
it took only one blow for him!
to kill his hog, while it took sev
eral for little. Miss Morris. A
splendid program was then ren
dered. Among the numbers was
a solo by Deacon Wilson, whom
is konwn as “Daddy Wilson.” He
sang and demonstrated, I’m Go
ing Through. It was enjoyed by
all. Dad is fast approaching his
seventy-ninth bir.hday, but he is
still active and willing to help put
the program over. Gera'dine
Hayden, the junior B. Y. P. U.
president, gave a very timely talk
on the behavior of the behavor of
he junior B. Y. P. U. Master Jay
Lee McGee .the nine year old son
of Mr. and Mrs. McGee, served
as master of ceremonies for the
juniors. He handled the pro
gram with the skill of a veteran.
The juniors went over the top
financially. Their ogal was set
for $20.00 and they went over the
goal raising $22.59.
At 8 p. m. ihe Rev. J. Riggins,
of Salem Baptist Church, brought
to us a wonderful sermon. His
subject was, “Without Confession
of Christ, He will not own You.”
Last week Mrs. V. B. Lewis
was the hostess to both the Heart
to Hear, and the Willing Workers
Clubs. We are proud to say that
the clubs are progressing nicely.
On Sunday, March 17, there will
lie a tea given by the Sunday
School at the home of Mr. An
drew Johnsen, 2617 Parker St. All
are invited to attend.
Come to Morning Siar. You are
Rev. F. B. Banks, pastor, Mrs.
G. AY. Stromile, reported
ST. LUKE’S BAPTIST
2528 Lake St.
Rev. J. C. Crowder, pastor.
Prayer meeting every Wednes
day evening. 7:30, Mission meet
ing every Tuesday at 2:00 p. m.
Subject for Sunday March 3, at
8 o’clock. Servie was “The
Blood Will Make You Clean.”
Sunday school, 9:30. Service,
11:00. B. Y. P. U., 6:30, Service,
The St. Luke’s Baptist Mission
will hold its monthly program
Sunday, March 24th. at 3 p. m.
at the church. A lovely program
is planned for the afternoon. A
few high-lights on the program
are the girls’ quartette from Rev.
Johnson’s Spiritualist Church.
Mother Wilson will give a short
talk. She is a member of the
Morning Star. Mrs. Austin, from
Pleasant Green, will have a paper.
Mrs. Avgnt, of Pilgrim will also
have a paper. Lincoln Spencer,
from Pleasant Green, will offer a
Mrs. Morris will act as mistress
of ceremonies. Her two small
daughters, Lorrine and Agnes,
will respond behind Lucille Ren
frew, who will offer the weleomp
address. These are just a few of
the interesting events of the pro
gram. All are invited.
M ETROPOLITAN SPIRITUAL
Sunday school opened at its
usual time, 1:30 p. m., with the
president, Mrs. Arnold in charge.
Rev. Arnold took his text from
Galatians, 6:14. the subject of
which was “Glory in the Cross.”
All visitors are welcome.
We have services each Tuesday,
Thursday and Sunday nights.
The sick list includes, Mrs Jack
son and mother Houlcher. Mrs.,
G. Peoples is able to be in service
SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH.
22nd and Seward Sts.
Rev. E. H. Hilson, pastor
Sunday school was opened at
9:30 with the assistant superinten
dent in charge. The lesson,
“Peter Preaches to Gentiles.”
was splendidly reviewed by Elder
During the 11 o’clock service,
the spiritual aspect was very
good. Elder Pettis preahed both
morning and evening. He preach
ed a wonderful sermon from the
subject, “The New and Old Cove
nant, Hebrew, 10:8. His sermon
contained good logic and practical
views. “Through the disobedien
ce of one everlasting life was
granted us all. The gospel is only
for those who are unsaved.”
Sunday was nice, and the visit
ors were present in quite a large
number. They were Miss Irene
Harrold, Miss Ceola Nelson, Mr.
Carl Davis, Miss Zola Franklin, of
Pilgrim, Mr. Scott, of Pleasant
Green, Mr. H. M. Salughter, of
Mt. Cavalry in Muskogee, Okla.,
and Dr. A. S. Mayfield, also of
The Mission Circle convened at
the residence of Mrs. A. D. Turn
er, 1605 N. 27th St. Wednesday
Mr. J. W. Harrison, is not yet
through thanking his many
friends for their kindness during
his illness. Mrs. Onie Redden i*
sail ill at her home. The prayers
of all the church are with her,
and with Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy,
whose son went to St. Joseph’s
hospitals to undergo an operation.
The funeral secretary of the
B. Y. P. U. Miss Mae Vaughn was
a member of the March graduat
ing class of Technical High
Group No. 1, presented a very
pleasing program. Mr. Young
gave the opening address, and the
Mystery Quartette rendered two
selections with Mr. Henderson
making the closing remarks.
The passage of scripture for tie/
evening service was Colossians,
1 :26 ‘‘The Mysteries Hidden
From Generations and From Ages,
Is Now Made Manifest to The
Saints.” This sermon proved very
fruitful. Visitors as well as mem
bers are always welcome to Salem.
Bertha Pa.terson, reporter.
Company 1728. Liberty, Missouri
I am very sorry not to get in the
news for the last two weeks. How
ever, I have been kept so busy that
I haven’t had the time.
We are expecting more boys in
camp by April 6. To the newly en
rolled, and to the over sixty-eight
thousand men who have hoisted an
chor and set sail for a three month’s
cruise in the C.C.C. this message is
intended. It is from an old timer, or
vet, as they are called, who has been
through the mill. He was one of the
first to enroll in the corps back in
April, 1933, and who has re-enrolled
It is a hard life, at first, and tough
going, but after three months, in
which men will lead an entirely differ
ent life than they ever could imagine,
they find their niche in the world, and
begin to prepare themselves for their
future work, and to become better
The C. C. C- Camp offers numerous
opportunities, also. While doing your
daily work, you still learn much. Some
build roads, work on erosion' projects,
plant trees and radicate disease. The
foresters, under whom you work, will
be glad to teach you all they can.
One gets the chance to study na
ture and its extraordnary accomplish
ments. Then, too, the foresters, camp
superintendents, army officers and
local teachers are devoting much
time to teaching various courses in
camp. There are classes in short
wave radio, typing, auto mechanics,
and many other interesting classes.
There are various sport activities
in which one may participate- The
recreation halls have special reading
rooms for those who wish to spend a
quiet evening with their favorite
Harry Sampson, Reporter
PROVERBS AND PARABLES
By. A- B. Mann.
(For The Literary Service Bureau )
The Mill and The Water
“The mill cannot run with the
water that is passed,” is one of the
many reminders that loss comes
through delay. “Seize time by the
forelock”, “Do it now”, Be wise today,
are expressions which convey the same
lesson of timeliness.
The idea is of the old-time mill on
the bank of a stream, and with the
great wheel forced on by the water
of the stream. When the water has
turned the wheel and has gone on in
course down stream, no human power
can bring it back for use again in
turning the wheel. So, an opportunity
once past is forever passed. But as
there is more water up stream that
may be used to turn the wheel there
are other opportunities to be utilized.
Under these conditions one should not
become discouraged and despair when
opportunities are past, but lay hold
on those which follew.
HAPPINESS in SERVICE
By R. A. Adams
(For The Literary Service Bureau )
No matter what others may boast,
The thing which I would covet most,
Though oft denied what I deserve,
Is just the privilege to serve
No matter what may be my lot,
Not e’en a tittle or a jot
From line of duty I would swerve,
Happy that it is mine to serve.
Though heavy be my load of care.
Which none in sympathy will share,
Struggling and straining every nerve
111 t alter not, but gladly serve.
The path of life may rugged be,
And end impossible to see,
Yet, spite of grade and dang’rous
I’ll press my way and gladly serve.
I SUNDAY j
International II SCHOOL'
By REV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D„
Mmbtr of Faculty, lfoody Blblo
Institute of Chicago,
c Weatorn Nawapaper Union.
Lesson for March 17
PETER DELIVERED FROM
LESSON TEXT—Acta 12:1-1#.
GOLDEN TEXT—But prayer was
made without ceasing of the church
Unto God for him. Acts 12:5b.
PRIMARY TOPIC—How Peter
Was Freed From Prison.
JUNIOR TOPIC—How Peter Was
Delivered From Prison.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR
TOPIC—How Prayer Helps.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT
TOPIC—The Power of United Prayer.
The young church had met and
overcome some serious difficulties.
She first had to face religious perse
cution at the hands of Jews. Then
came Internal troubles as to the
support of certain widows. The
separating wall of Pharisaical legal
ism was broken down in the admis
sion of Gentiles into the church, but
finally she had to meet the naked
sword of civil authority. Through
all these tests she was more than
I. Peter's Imprisonment (vv. 1-4).
1. By whom (v. 1). Herod, the
grandson of the wicked Herod who
slew the innocent children of Beth
lehem. His half-sister, Herodias,
secured the death of John the Bap
2. The reason (v. 3). It was to
gain the favor of the Jews. Herod ,
was not a Jew but an Edomite.
Therefore, he knew that his success
was dependent upon his having the
good will of the Jews. He seems
not particularly to have hated the
church, but to have loved popular
ity, for the sake of which he mani
fested a deep sympathy for degen
erate Judaism. Since the church
had so developed as to be a success
ful rival of Judaism, he saw an op
portunity to curry favor with the j
Jews by putting forth his hands
3. The method (v. 4). He was
arrested, put into prison and guard
ed by sixteen soldiers, one group o* i
four for each watch of the night.
Humanly speaking it was impossi
ble to escape. They had doubtless
heard of Peter’s escape from jail be
fore, so they thought they would
take no risks this time. However, |
they reckoned without God
II. The Church of God in Prayer
The church was at a crisis. James,
one of the brethren of the church.
was dead, and Peter, the most prom- J
lnent of all, was In prison. In this
desperate strait, they betook them- j
selves to prayer. This was a note
1. It was unto God. All true 1
prayer is unto God.
2. It was united prayer. There
is peculiar power in the united
prayer of God’s people.
3. It was more than unceasing
prayer. It was the intensely earn
est desire of the soul stretched to
4. It was definite prayer. They
specifically offered prayer to God
III. Peter Delivered by an Angel
This occurred the night before
Herod’s plan to make a public dis
play of him.
1. Peter sleeping (v. 6). This
shows that he was not disturbed
over the matter. The Lord keeps
In perfect peace those whose minds
are stayed on him (Isa. 26:3).
2. Peter leaves the prison (vv. 7
10). A heavenly light shone In the
prison. The angel smote Peter on
the side. The chains fell off. Peter
put on his clothes and passed by
one guard after another, througn
the iron gate and Into the city. The
whole transaction was orderly and
leisurely, showing that God is not
in a hurry.
3. The effect upon Peter (v. 11).
[ Although the matter was so wonder
ful to Peter, who thought himself
in a vision, when he came to him
self he knew that God had miracu
lously delivered him from Herod’s
IV. Unconscious Unbelief (vv.
1. The behavior of Peter and the
church (vv. 12-17). Peter went to
the house of Mary and knocked.
The knock was answered by Ithoda,
who was so overjoyed that she for
got to open the gate, and went right
in and told them that Peter was at
the gate. The disciples were not
prepared for such good news, even
accusing Ifsr of madness. She, un
daunted, insisted. They offered as
an explanation that perhaps it
might be Peter's guardian angel in
bis likeness. Peter rehearsed unto
them the Lord's dealing with him.
2. The behavior of the soldiers
(w. 18, 19). There was great agita
tion among them as to what had be
come of Peter. This was a serious
matter, since they were responsible
for him. Not being able to account
for Peter’s escape, Herod command
ed that they ne put to death. After
this, Herod went down to Caesarea,
where he was adored as a god. I’.e
cause he arrogated this honor to
himself, the Ixird smote him. Herod
died, but the word of the Lord
grew and multiplied.
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MONROVIA, CALIFORNIA NEWS
Miss H. Robinson, 1246 Sherman
Avenue entertained about fifty friends
at a birthday party. They wined and
dined and all had a good time.
Mi. R. El Springfield, Miss H. Rob
inson and many other Monrovians at
tended the handicap race on February
Miss'M. Bonner, Miss H. Robinson,
and Mrs. R. E. Springfield were guests
of Mrs. Murray at a buffet supper in
Miss Naomi Crosley, who has been
in New Orleans, has returned to our
We are still trying to pick them
and have a few more days to try our
luck, or no luck. Mr. D. Francis, who
is making his home with Mr. and Mrs.
Cooper, 312 E. Walnut, knows the
race game and is giving many people
good advice, for which we thank him.
TO FIGHT DISCRIMINATION
IN ECONOMIC SECURITY
New York, March 14—The Ibib
lic Affairs Committee of the Na
tional Board of ihe Young Wom
en’s Shristian Association has
written to President Roosevelt
hat it is “encouraging its large
membership to continue to give
concentrated study to the various
sections of the proposed Economic
Security bill, in order that there
may be an intelligent public
opinion regarding this important
“Our study of the hill from the
point of view of justice to the
Negro race leads us to believe,”
the letter continues, “that the bill
should be strengthened by the
addition of provisions against dis
crimination on account of race,
creed or color n the administra
tion of all benefits.”
The N. A. A. C. P. which is lead
ing the fight on the racial discri
minatons in the bill ,s condemning
the plan to exclude farm, domestic
and casual workers from its pro
FORCE HOTELS TO HOUSE
Springfield, 111., March 14.—
In the shadow of the burial place
of Abrahitm Lincoln, and under
the nose of the Governor of the
State, delegates to the Conference
for the Repeal of the Criminal
Syndicalist Law forced hotels and
restaurants, which refused t<?
serve colored delegates, to change
Elmira Huffman, Chicago, was
elected secretary of the confer
ence. She is colored.
Let every man be occupied, and
occupied in the highest employ
ment of which his nature is capab
le, and die with the consciousness
that he has done his best.—Sidney
Attorney Ray L. Williams, 24th and
Lake Sts., Room 200, Tuchman Bldg.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
In the County Court of Douglas
In the matter of the Estate of
Hattie Austin Ford, Deceased.
All persons interested in said es
tate are hereby notified that a petition
has been filed in said Court alleging
that said deceased died leaving no last
will and praying for administration
upon his estate, and that a hearng
will be had on said petition before
said court on the 30th day of March,
1935, and that if they fail to appear
at said Court on the said 30th day of
March, 1935, at 9 o’clock A. M. to
contest said petition, the Court may
grant the same and grant adminis
tration of said estate to Maude
Thomas or some other suitable person
and proceed to a settlement thereof.
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SHARPS AND FLATS
Yes, sir, we think secret ambitions
are interesting, don’t you?
We were around to the Community
Center talking to some of the musi
cians, who were rehearsing there, and
we discovered that musicians really
do have secret ambitions- They’re not
a secret any more because we found
Charlie Williamson's secret ambition
is to fall heir to just a million dollars,
establish a home for the disabled old
T. D. and starving musicians, where
they could stop eat,ng hamburgers,
and enjoy three squares a day, play
all the bad chords they choose to blow
as long and as loud and wrong as they
want to without being arrested for
disturbing the peace and at night a
warm and comfortable place to rest
their weary bones.
Ed Carr’s secret ambition w'asn’t a
bit surprising. He only wants to be
the owner of that famous race horse
Dick Lewis’ ambitions vary. First
of all, he wants to be a member of a
great band, but his younger brother,
Sam. must also play saxophone in this
band (didn’t you know' Dick had a
brother w'ho also played sax?). After
realizing his musical ambitions, Dick
w'ants to master several foreign lan
guages, visit his old home town (Bir
mingham, Alabama) in his own for
eign built car, buy a beautiful cottage,
establish a poultry farm ,and live hap
pily ever after with his w'ife, children
Jesse Simmons has always been in
terested in the mystics of old so .f he
corfd only have found Aladin’s Lamp, j
he would have changed himself from |
a musician to a magician. Then his j
secret ambition would have been real
Ted Adams’ secret ambition is to
hang his horn by a purple silk cord
(with tassels) from the mantle over
the fire place, retire from the music
profession and live a life of comfort
and ease, enjoying the melodious
strains of “Home, Sweet, Home”.
Archie Wats wants to play so much
saxaphone that when Johnny Hodges
sees him coming, he’ll throw his horn
away. Yea man!
Paul Commerse should be able to
realize his secret ambition, which is
to overcome all obstacles so that his
future will be brighter.
Skeets Morgan’s ambition is to be
in Ripley’s “Believe It Or Not”, as
being able to slap more bass fiddle
than William Brand (of Duke Elling
(Continued Next Week.)
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Keep Your Skin Clean This Way
Black and White Cleansing Cream
goes deep into the pores to bring out
all dirt and impurities there. This must
be done regularly if you want to have
a clear, healthy, blem
Large can Black and
White Cleansing Cream
25c. Trial size, 10c.
Have A Youthful Complexion—
Here’s How To Do It—
Use Black and White Cold Cream
to restore rich, nourishing oils to your
skin and keep it firm, youthful and
beautiful. This marvelous skin food is
Pused and approved by at
women everywhere. Large
jar Black and White Cold
Cream 25 c. Trial size 10c.
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