The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, February 13, 1937, 670th EDITION, Page EIGHT, Image 8
Attend Church . . FIRST SPIRITUAL TEMPLE NO. 6 2tl4i and Blondo Streets Haughtier M. Quinn. Lender Rev. C. Jackson. Ass t Pastor Sunday school at 0:45 o'clock Sunday morning service at 11:00 o’clock Rev. 2a It son In charge. Sunday night service at 8:00 0 clock. Daughter Marian Quinn In C ge Everyone welc omf. Monday nbt'it developing class a* 2520 Binr.oy St., no charge. Tuesday nigh* Bible class at the T mpie Thursday night altar call and healing and prophesying, M ,!her Ro»le Jones In charge. CHURCH OF GOD 2025 North 21 Street It. L. MOODY, Pastor Edna W. Moody, Reporter R.g. lai services were held last Sunday, The morning message wai, “.f'wua, God’s Light in the World"! Nodeelaration of scripture la m°re forceful Ifhan Jno 8:12, “I am the 1 , hi. >i the world, he that foRoweth me shall not wa!k in darkness." 111 is very stiange that many profess j t follow Christ and yet walk In g ss darkness- Hut the answer is Beware Coughs frcm common coUU Thai Hang On w No matter how many medicine* j ju have tried ; ••* your 001.,, b, ohes < jld or bronchi; 1 trrltai on, you car. get rell*f i -.w Wu.h GtoGmuislon. Bertr/jg :,rmibh> may be t’.ywi..? tnc you cannot allurd to take a clianct v.lh anything Je. i than Crcoh.ul Bion. which goes right to tho seat cf the trouble to a'd nature to Boothe and haul Ura inflamed mgm bnines an the germ-laden phlegm • loosened pud expelled. •:ven ir' other remedies have J .ik’d, don’t bo discouraged, your i rugpist is authorized to guarantee hTeomulslon arid to refund your money If you are not satisfied with results from the very first bottle Oet Creomulsion right now. (Adv.l FRESH( FOR A 6000 j DAY'S WORK n When You Get Sluggish (Constipated) Take a dose or two of BLACK DRAUGIIT Work seems easier and there are more things of interest when you are really well — free from the bad feelings and dullness often attending con stipation. Take Black-Draught when you need a laxative. It has proved so good for prompt, re freshing relief from constipa tion that thousands of men and women rely on it for that purpose. II constipation has upset you, a lew doses of Black-Draught should help to straighten you out. Try it. In 25-cent packages. purely vegetable CONSTIPATION I Jno. 1:6, “If we say we have fel lowship with and walk in darkness, we lie and d° not tell the truth " Tho evening mossage was, ‘‘The Uplifted Christ” Today, as in the liays of Moses, people have sinned because they have spoken aga'nst (!<>d and agalrirflj their leaders as tho Israelites spoke against Moses. Only when ifcse who are sfcricken e 1 because this rebelliousness, look unto Jesus, as they did to the ser pent, and H'e “And as Moses lii'fl <1 up She erpe.nt In the wilder ness, even so must ih« Son of Man be lifted 'up " Jno. 3:14, CLEAVES TEMPLE C.ME. CHURCH 25di and Decatur Streets Rev I). W, Hass, Pastor Henryetta Makins, Reporter Our thought for the week: “O magnify 'Jho Lord with me and let u • exalt His name together" Psalm 14:3 Sunday was cold, gloomy and ill izzly, yerti many <»f the true be-1 I vers were faithful. The pastor was in the stand all day. At Jun ior church the pastor talked, “Con fession1 ‘ Saying regardless to the service we render our efforts are worthless without confessing Christ referring to “Whosoever therefore shad confess me before men him wnl I confess also wtih my Father which is in heaven,” Mutt. 10:32 uml “It tlv>u shall believe in thy heart) that God hath raised him from tho deud, thou shait be sav ed " Romans 10:9 Tho 11 o'clock sermon was very interesting originating from Isaiah 10:41. Mrs. Jean Mercer reiated tho grand old story of “Ben Hur” at Epwortlh league. A beautiful group listened profoundly interest ed 1n. every word and phrase. Si lence reigned only to be broken by the clear voice of Mrs. Mercer The night sermon from Isaiah 6:8 came in the form of a question, ‘‘Who Is Ready To Go For the Lord,” Em phasis was placed on "we, singul ar, I , "Are we ready? Am "l ready? Tho Loyal Matrons met this week at the home of Mrs, Eva Mae Har os, 2715 No. 2fith St The Forward Step dub met aft the church. The Young People's dub wip give n program In keeping with Ntgro History Week, Friday, Feb 12th at 8 p- m. We luyve a wonderful Sunday school. Go to church next Sunday and start tiho day with this depart ment!. To the sick we say, “.Jesus Christ sets us free from the fear of sin and sickness and the word of God restores us harmony and heai eth See you next week TEY THE NEW BEAUTY SALON AT 5810 2037 N. 24th St. Homer McCraney Manager ECONOMY TAILOR Chas. M. Simmons, Prop. 1812 N. 24th St. WE. 6370 YOU CAN GET Appetizing barbecue, delicious fried chicken, just-right chili and heavenly tamales at Mason’s. 2024 Burt St. HERE’S TODAY’S GREATEST Piano Value j “Winter” Studio Upright * Full, Standard Keyboard * Beautiful Walnut Finished Case * Fine Tone and Action * Constructed to Give Years of Service Made by one of the world’s leading piano manufactur ers. Specially designed to fit small rooms an apart ments. An ideaJ instrument for the beginner student. Trade-In Allowance _ PER WEEK For Your Pay 1 25 0N BALANCE I Obsolete Piano J " p^ Small Carrying Charge 1516-18 DODGE ST. 6th and Broadway, Council Bluffa BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. P. J. Sears, Pastor 29th and T Streets Joshua Henderson, Reporter Bethel would like for the public at large 80 notice some of her im provements under the leadership of Rev, P, J Sears, Let us start with !h« Sunday school. On Thursday nights, the teachers are taught by th« pastor. Everf Sunday morning j Mr- Charles Wa'l sees to it that the [school ig opened at 9:30 This de I partment Is being conducted so ef i fecftively that grown men as well j as young people are giving their I lives t« Jesus- We have ten wait ing to be baptised. The mission sis ters are headed by Mrs- Marie Kings. They j^re doing what they can to help the unfortunate in our community. Recently theypurchas c.d a library for thepastor’s study and covered the pulpit and aisles whlh beautiful carpet The BYPU is taking on new life. Rev, and Mrs P. J. Sears, Joshua Henderson, Mr Warren Alston, Sylvester Stroud, and Rev. William Collins, Mrs, N B Northerots, Mi*s Cectla Wills, Alice Garner and L. Newson are the one who will see |tp it that Bethel will have a great union. We arc having a special program next Sunday evening the Booster club YMCA and YWCA will start in a very short while Every member Is asked to take an active part in some of these services Tlia pastor preached a powerful set mon on “Home ond ChrlstaJn Training” last Sunday morning. Tho Union Usher board meet ing will be held Sunday Febr. 14th at 3 p- m. A respond program from various boards will be rendered CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD 2316 North 25th Street Elder I*. 0. Green, Pastor Mrs. C. A. Bray boy. Reporter Sunday school met at the usual hour At 11:30 a. m., Rev Green delivered a wonderful lesson from Genesis 45:5- Sunday night Rev. Green brought a wonderful thought to everyone. The sermon was found in Jermlah 6:1. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH 28th and Decatur Streets Rev- M. B. BUbrew, Pastor Mrs, Minnie Bryant, Reporter Services were good and well at tended Inspite of the inclement weather and icy streets- Sunday school, with our new superintendent Mr. J"hn R"sebaugh, ts getting off to a good start as well as the B. Y. P- U., with Wm- Cooper In his 8th year as president. Pastor BUbrew brought two burning messages. His 11 a- m subject was ‘Get Up Off Your Fa/’e,” Joshua, 7:10. His 8 pm. subject was “Go Forward Israel,” Exodus 14:16- AH feasted as he poured ou^ of his soul in unto us the bread of life. With a new and comfortable church edifice and one of the besit) preachers in the coun try, Salem invites the public to make It your winter church quar ters. ST. JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH “The Friendly Church” Rev. R. A. Adams, Pastor Sunday school stinted the act ivities of the day and boasted of good attendance. Due Ito the fact that Sunday was Quarterly Meet ing day, Rev. McDonald of Kansas City preached the morning service. His subject was ‘‘Prayer.” Rev W. C- B. Lewis, the presiding elder was unable to attend the meeting due to Illness. At 3 p m. the Lord’s Supper was administered to those who wished to partake At 6 o’ clock, the Christian Endeavor So ciety met with Lawrence Lewis, the president presiding. Great things are expected of this society under tho leadershiy of Mr. Lewis The night services were conduct ed per usual, and again the Lord’s Supper was served to who wrero not present at the afternoon services. LION COAL CO. 22ND and NICHOLAS STS. WE. 2605 We Specialize on Quality Coal PROMPT DELIVERY I ‘Call The Lion First’ ZION BAPTIST CHUROH 22nd and Crant Sts. Rev- M- K. Curry, Pastor E. Matthews, Reporter Sunday school was we'l attended and much interest was manifested in declassing the wonderful topic. Jesus the light of the world- Two more wejje rvddttd to the cihurch The pastor preached at It o’clock from Joshua 6th chapter through Sho 15th verse His subject wa,s “Discovering Hbs Unseen Captain.” Christians sometimes are like Jos hua when they feel they can go no farther and giving up in dispair, the Unseen Captain, who is the Lord of Host, is very near them, wafting to fight the battles of life. Rev P. J. Sears and choir had charge of the afternoon service. Bethel, south side, was well repre sented and wa*s very liberal in the financial effort. Rev. Sears spoke from Ezekiel 7th chapter, 23rd ver so Subject; “TTie Chain of Christ ian Insuance.” His subject was 1 me.ly and dealt with present con ditions now existing in the homes, or. tbe streets and in the churches and the unwholesome conditions that are now prevailing in all because the chain of Christian influence has been broken in the home and in the churches. TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH 14th and Avenue A, C<>. Bluffs Rev- C- E. White, Pastor Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Morn ing service 11 a. m- Evening ser vice 8 p m. The mothers board has replaced the stained glass window that was broken by hoodlums some months ago The window wax giv en to mho churc h a number of years ago by a group of young men of our city nnd originally cost one hundred and six dollars It ls really a work of art. Mrs- Mattie Turner and Mrs- Agnes Gross were lunch g'uexitjc of Mrs. Lucinda Wright, Friday evening- Mrs. Katherine, Ford entered Iowa University hos pital Thusday. Her many friends take this means to wish her a speedy recovery- The home of Mrs. Martha Wilson was a center of en tertainment on Tuesday Fobr. 2nd in honor of Mr. J. Green’s birth day. The Mother’s Board will meet at the residence of Mrs Mary Shavers on Tuesday, Feb. lGth Miss Sally Harold is very id at her home and Mrs. Nannie Williams, the sister of Miss Harold suffered a painful in jury from a fall on the ice. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs Coffey is very ill with the flu of the brain. Sick list: Mrs. Blanche Golden, Mrs. Willie Mixon, Mrs Harold, Mr, J- O. Wilson, Mrs. Gertrude White, Mr Church I|yhas la/ndj Mr. Vincent Cater Mrs. Antoine Huff Reporter MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. F. P. Jones, Pastor Forysteen Burroughs, Reporter Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Morn ing worship 11:00 a m- BYPU 6 p. m. Evening worship 8 p- m Services were as usual with the pastor, Rev F. P. Jones in charge. Communion was observed during the evening worship. Mr». Johnson who has been ill for quite a while attended services for the first time since her illness. Those who still remain on the sick list are: Mrs Jackson, Mrs. David son, Bro. A T.. Stewart, Mrs. E C.. Hill, Mrs L. Wade and Mrs. Wright The Mission Circle is giving a Martha Washington Tea, Febr. 18 at the parsonage, 2422 Ohio St Every one is cordially invited to com® out and help make this event a success. Visitors and friends are Invited to attend the services A cordial wel come for all. ST. LUKE BAPTIST 26th and Lak<* Streets Tho church is progressing nice ly und*'r the pastorage of Rev. J C. Crowder. Sunday school at 9:30 a- nv Morning services at 11:30 a, m. BYPU at 6:00 p. m. Mission ser vice on Tuesdav at 7:30 Rally for building started Feb TtJh and will end the first Sunday In April, All are welcome to worship with us. NEVER BEFORE A HAIR GROWER LIKE THIS Mr. Johnson's BrilHantin® Hair Grower is 3 times as strong It makes short , kinky hair long and straight- For FREE SAMPLE. Send potsal card to MR- JOHNSON Co., Dept. 129 GD 212 S- FRANK LIN Chicago 111. FUCHS Machinery & Supply Co. CONTRACTORS’ EQUIPMENT—MILL SUPPLIES 1102-4 FARNAM ST. Telephone ATlantic 7050 OMAHA, NEBRASKA 1 PLEASANT GREEN BAPTIST CHURCH 27th and Franklin Streets Uev. J. H. Reynolds, I’&stor Mrs. Lottie Keyes, Reporter Morning service at 10:46 a. m Tho choir was on itSme- The devo tions were lead by the deacons of the church. At 11 a. m the. pas^r started the morning services. The opening prayer was by Brother Green. Scripture lesson was read by the pastor At 3 p. m, the Young church had its meeting. The ser vice was in keeping wkflh Negro History Week- The President, Mr. F.iulknci*, Jprasicfed. Eveniniy ser vices started at 7:45 p m, and was lead by f,he pastor, Rev J. H. Rey nolds. The' Lord’s Supper was ser ved at 8 o’clock TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 1837 North 21th Street ReV. N. C- Cannon, Pastor Mrs. W- B. Robinson, Clerk Our church wa» spirit filled a'l day. Our pa»t'>r Is preparing to leave on his research tour to which he has been appointed. His first trip will be to New York, Colorado and Ohio Rev. W. L. Cannon will bo in charge of the church-. We in vite you to worship with us. ST. PAUL A. M. E. ZION C H U R CH 2302 Grace Street Rev. Gtenna M- Howell, Pastor Rev. W. I. Burch, Presiding Elder Rev- J. W. Martin, Bishop Sunday service 11 a. m , preaching 2 to 3 p. m. Sunday school 8 p m-, preaching Wednesday, 8 to 9 Class meeting At St. Paul A. M. E- Zion church Founder’s Day was celebrated with a lengthy program. All fin anees for the day went to Living ston college in North Carolina. The progra^n consisted of congregation a* Singing’, suripiiy.-v u-nu*nj' the pastor and a sermon by Rev. Swain. Ills subject was, “Great Is God.” A song by the congregation; a paper on Founder’s Day, by Mrs Reynold,1^; solp, Miss Marietta Wright; Lecture on “True Leader ship,” by Mr. Evans; 10 minutes’ discussion on paper by Mrs. Edna Mitchell, Mr. Milton, Mrs. Lee and Elder Bridgeford; duet by Eva Whidby and F Phelps; Dramatic reading by Mrs. Mitchell; lecture on “Value <>f United Effect,” by Mr. Herbert Milton; Reading by Mar cetta Wright; a song, reading by Adeil Phelps and a summary of the program by Evangelist Eld ridge. The program was very in spiring. THE LAW OF GOD Are you troubled in mind be cause of your obligations and nec essities of life without seeing or knowing how you are going to meet them? Let us, just for a while, dismiss from our minds ail the worries per taining to material things so that we may eater into an understand ing of God’s law whereby he will, out of no way, majke a way for him who belileves, doubting nothing, Now, with the mind free from ma terial care, you can apply your mind to thought control. Knowing that before we receive anything i we must first think it, brings the! conscious mtnd injto action- you know that you could not become a great sculpture or a great artist overnight. But by studying the law that underlines vocations, you can, in time, develop the. mind into what you want it to be. With the positive thought-force working consistently for you, you will note a gradual change taking place. You will take on a prosperous outlook and things around you win begin to reflect the prosperous thought that you are radiating In them. Jesus knew the law of thought and when he said, “I am the father of one,” He was using the positive terms In send ing this thought! to the cosmic or spirit forces the “I” will do for you when you make your cosmic forces by bringing the “I” or the consci ous mind into play, realizing and knowing that what ever you ask of the cosmic forces witjhout doubt you shall get. What would happen to you if you p’aced your hand upon a hot st»ve? It would burn because the law of bodily resisbence could not resist t»he law of positiveness, (for heat is positive). Suppose you place a stone in such a position that a tiny drop of water could fall upon it. It will in time wear a hole in the stone. Just so will t!he mind do with the cosmic forces when you properly harness your thoughts with that positive force. Now, in order to do this, you must first of all tell the cosmic forces just what you want Then let nothing stop your mind from keeping tjhis thought in front of the cosmic for CARD OF THANKS We, the family, of the late Arthur M. Anderson, express our sincere appreciation to our many friends for their kindness and sympathy extended to us during our recent sadness. William Afodeifjon, De riot. Michigan, father Hurbert Anderson, Saginaw, Michigan WGliei Anderson, New York Jessie J. Anderson, Detroit, Michigan Lela Averett, Omaha, Nebr. Flossie Mayberry, Omaha Flexie Stewart, Omaha John Anderson, Omaha Sarah Bradley, Omaha ce, always putting the ‘I* first with the full determination a,nd the be lief that, you are getting or will have just what you ar® asking for. AH things are created first in thought form. This thought in turn works unseeingly In conjunc tion with the great cosmic law ma terialization in bringjng about the things you ar asking for. It does not matter who you are or what you are,, you can have just what you want Rut} you must believe it with every fiber, every cell, and ev ery muscle of your being. The thing must become a part of you in IJhought and in action In your spare time everyday, bring the * I am” or ‘<1 have” into play- Repeat the 8’nought over and over. The positive force of your being then come in tune with 'tihe great God law or the cosmic law of the as trial world bringing to pass whalfc you have asked f"r. You must have faith in God, in your fellow man, and in yourself- Knowing that tihe great storehoure of God will supply your every need. The great cosmic law is unchangeable as Jesus savs. “Ask Hhe Father in my najme, doubting nothing and ye will re ceive” This law of thought is older than man. It Us not something new. We are just beginning to understand how to apply it. The spirit! world is bringing these things to man for his use. LetjJ /u|s be up and doing that we might understand the great God law a,nd 'use what God has given us. George Harrington, Spiritual Missionary Stomach Gas So Bad Seems To Hurt Heart "The gas on my stomach was so bad I could out «»t op sleep. Even my heart reamed to hurt. A friend sug gested Adlerlka. The first dose I took brought me relief. Now I eat as I wish, sleep hue and never felt better.” —Mrs. Jas. Filler. Adlerika acts on BOTH upper and lower bowels while ordinary laxatives act on the lower bowel only. Adlerika gives your system a thorough cleans ing, bringing out old. poisonous matter that you would not believe was in your system and that has been causing gas pains, sour stomach, nervousness and headaches for months. Dr. H. L. Shot! b, Now York, report*/ "ft* addition to iniattinal dooming. Adlerlka greatly reducer bacteria and colon bacilli.” Give your bowels a REAL cleansing with Adlerika and see how good you feel. Just one spoonful relieve* GAS and stubborn constipation. 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