The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, February 27, 1937, 672nd EDITION, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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    Attend Church . .
241 h and lilmdn Streets
Haughtier M. Q’.dnn, Leader
Rev. V.. Jackson, Ain't Piutflf
Sunday school a> 8 45 o’clock.
Surday morning service a* ll:Of
o'clock, l ev. Jackson in charge.
Sunday night rervlce at 8:0f
o'clock, 1 aughtei Marian Quinn lr
cha rge
. Everyone welcome.
Monday night developing doss a1
2621* IHnr.ey St., no charge.
* Tu« day r.lgh’ Bible class a! the
Thursday night al<ar call ami
healing und prophesying, Mother
Rosie Jones in charge1
Rev. It W- Johnson, Pastor
M r«, HHjiu Varner, Reporter
Sunday 11 o'clock, Rev.
Johnson preached from Genesis
32:26. "Lord blesa my soul,"
whs used for a subject. The
spirit fire was iruly burning
high. Many new faces were al
so present. There were seven
souls added to the church.
Many eyes were stained with
tears throughout the service.
Our assistant pastor, Rev. W.
Garnet , is out of the city. At.
this writing ,tho church at large
wish him a pleasant trip ami a
happy return. Madam liison,
who has been wit h us through
out the week was also in service
Sunday. 6 o’clock Union was
well attended. The lesson was
taught, by Mrs. Woody. Mrs.
Crumbhjy, our president, is
making every effort to make
1 the Union one of the largest of
its Mud in thrf city. After the
Union comes the program. We
invite you to come and ho on
the program. You are always
2302 Grace Street
Rev. Glennii 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
Services for Sunday were as
Usual. Sunday school was very
well attended with Mr. John
Capleton, superintendent, in
charge. The sermon for Sunday
night was preached by Rev. P.
G. Green, pastor of the Church
of the Living God1. TIis subject
was, Come Let Us Reason To
gether.” Visitors were Rev.
DaVis of Antioch Baptist
church; Mrs. Green, Mrs. M.
Wright, Mrs. Rebecca Wright,
Miss Marcella Wright and Miss
Mattie Allen. We had two ac
cessions, Mr. and Mrs. George
2025 North 24 Street
R. L. MOODY, Pastor
Edna W. Moody, Reporter
■ ■ "» **
Services wrere held ntthc usu
al hours. Elder Moody preach
ed “The Magnetic Christ” at
evening worship.
Elder and Mrs. R. L. Moody
wish to annuonee their resigna
tion ns pastor and reporter ot
this congregation as requested
by the body, made effective
February 20tli. We regret lmv
ing to fin<T the same unwilling
ness to follow leadership and
the withholding of co-operntior
in our parish as is typical oi
religions organizations in th<
city of Omaha. However, we dc
hope ,in spite of the adversary
to prove that the message whiel
the chnreh brings to the world
is workable in onr individua
lives, if not in the group life
here in Omaha. We appreeiati
the kindness shown ns hv thi
friends we have made here am
as we remain here as Christian
and gospel minister, we Tiopi
to prove genninefor Cod’s glow
and the edification of all witl
whom we associate.
2428 Franklin Street
Rev. A. Phillips, Pastor
Sunday school opened ut the
| usual hour. At eleven o'clock,
the pastor delivered an insipr
i ing sermon from Ma't. llfli
chapter and 23rd verse. At
■ 7.30 ti e pus,or preached fr
i I Corinthian 3:8. which was <n
joyed by everybody • •wing to
the pleasant wea her l'or this
p'.v of tLo ; r in* mirvices
w it* well u. ".li' il > .ndny.
The A. 0. E. League hud a very
interesting lesson which wus
well discussed. Our lesson for
Sunday, Feb. 28,h was, ‘‘ltea
' sons for Praying.” The scrip
ture lesson wus Mutt. 28:41,
Luke 18:1_8. Come and join us
in our song festutWix o’clock p.
2608 Franklin Sired
Rev, W. Pruitt, Pastor
' Mrs- W- E, Fredericks, Reporter
Sunday school opened at
9:30 a. m. Attendance was
good. At 11 30 a. ni. the pastor
spoke from the Isaiah 55:8, His
subject was ‘‘Cod’s Thought
and .Man’s.’ B. Y. I*. U. at 6 p.
m. wus largely attended. Visi
tors were present. At 8 p. m.
the pastor brought jo us again
another burning message from
St. John 15 :13. 11 is text was
‘‘(Iron cr love hnthiio man tha**
this, that a man lay down his
life for his friend',,” subject,
1 ‘‘Christ Laid Down His Life.”
• One soul was added to Ihc
I church. The pastor seemed at
| his best both morning and night
I For spiritual food, come to
Morning Star.
27<h nnd Franklin Streets
Rev, J. II. Reynolds, I*5ast«r
Mrs. Lottie Keyes, Reporter
The pastor, Rev. Reynold,s
preached at the 11 o’clock ser
mon which was well attended.
Wo hail two additions to our
church and one for baptism,
which brings the total up to 18
for baptism.
At the afternoon service, the
Pastor’s Aid had its program.
Rev. Cooper preached. His to
pic was, “The Ideal Mother.’’
Rev. Wilhite preached at the
the evening service. His sub
ject was, “Shake, Rattle and
Roll Can’t Pass.’ This sermon
was fine and everyone enjoyed
‘‘The Friendly Church”
Rev, It. A. Adams, l’aslor
Last Sunday was another
banner day at St. John. The at
tendance, both at Sunday and
church, was goood. Rev. Adams
preached at the morning ser
vice and in the afternoon he
and some of his choir and con
gregation went to Clair Chapel
church to help Rev. Conwell in
his quarterly meeting.
The Hill Side Radio Chorus,
under the able direction of Rev.
J. S. Williams gave a very fine
musical at the evening service.
The program was rendered at
the request of Mrs. R. A. Adams
in her effort to raise money for
the financial drive at St. John.
Mrs. Adams was very well
pleased with the support given
her in this, her first attempt to
1 help St. John. She wishes to
thank all who helped to make
the night a success.
There are many ini erecting
i things to take plnee at St. John
within the next few weeks. On
l Friday, March 10th. Mrs. Etho’
. Webb, Mrs. Carrie Carter, and
s IT. L. Preston will give a join!
■ musical recital. The choir wil
I have i s Easter program at 7:3(
i p. m. Each fourth Sunday nigh
> In the month the choir wil1 hnv1
f an all request program. Thi
i financial drive is moving alom
nicely, but it will be much bet
ter if each one does his full
duty. The church and friends
wish to express their sympathy
1 lo the families of Sister Aquil
la Wilson und Sister Tillie
Simpson, both members of the
Stewardess Board, who passed
last week.
j These good sisters have work*
ed hard for their church for
1 many y< ars. Sister Simpson
was president of the Senior
| Stewardess Board and was al
ways faithful to her duty .
Rev. Bilbrew, Pastor
Minnie Bryant, Reporter
Sunday was a splendid day
at Salem. The Sunday school
, started the day with a group
of eager boys and girls to
learn the gospel of Jesus. Christ.
Our Sunday school is progress
ing under the leadership of
our new superintendent, Mr.
John Rosebaugh. At 11 a. m.
our pastor, Rev. N. B. Bilbrew,
brought to us a forceful gospel
message from the 7th chapter
of Acts 55-67 verses. He point
ed out in his sermon what kind
of men deacons should he. He
said, “that they should' be fill
ed with the Holy Ghost.” The
B. Y. P. U, opened at 5 o’clock
p. m. in a thirty minute song
service conducted by Mr. E. T,
Voting. The Valentine Tea spon
sored by the B. Y. P. U. was a
remarkable success. If you seek
efficiency, livelihood, and am
bitious workers, attend the Sa
lem B. Y. P. U.
A^ 8 p. m. our pastor brought
to us another soul stirring
message. Ilis text was found in
I Kings 19:19-20 verses. Our
hearts were made to burn as
he spoke to us. The sick of the
church are Mrs. Gregory, Mo
ther Robinson, and Mrs. Kin
dal. Visitors are always wel
come at Salem.
By Georgia Goosby
Suday February 21st was our
i fourth quarterly conference,
the District Superintendent,
Rev. R. L. James brought to us
some wonderful thoughts in
Christian living. Sunday school
was well attended and much
interest being manifested by
the teachers to make it a better
Sunday school.
We are working in the in
terest of the Million Unit fel
lowship. The District Superin
tendent preached a wonderful
sermon at the morning worship,
his subject was “Christ, the
Eternal King.” Luke 1-33.
“And He shall reign over the
house of Jacob forever and of
His Kingdom there shall he no
end.” His thoughts wore cen
tered on love, and when love
can enter the hearts of men we
can obtain peace. Its founda
tions is truth and its unlimited
power in every phase of life.
Truth crushed to the earth will
rise again. We must ho posses
sors and not professors of
Christ to let him rule supreme
in our lives. Communion was
at three o’clock with Rev.
Adams delivering the message.
Evening service the district
superintendent again preached
a wonderful sermon. The sick
of the church are all improv
ing. Young People’s League at
fi p. m. each Sunday evoning.
Come anjd help these young
people lift up a standard for
Christ. They are our future
church. Each Sunday evening
at 7:15 p. m. the young people
are sposoring a silent worship
period which will go into the
evening service. Your are wel
come to all our services.
Wo are glad to see the com
i" of spring which brings new
life to everything.
I Elder Thomas Goodwin oi
Spiritual Temple No. ft in Lea
1 venworth.'Kas., is carrying or
1 a week of meetings at the Spir
r itual No. G. There will he pro
■phesying everying night.
I %
Mrs. Mary Cage, who died
February 25, 1933
We loved her, yes we loved h»*r
Though God, lie loved her best
He has silently called her
To a home of eternal rest.
Oilie Redd
Clarinda, Iowa
Revi D- Nicholson, Pastor
Sunday school was fair. On
account of the snow storm, the
pastor was lale for morning
service. Evening service was
well attended. Rev. C. Adams
of Pilgrim Baptist church,
Omaha, was a visitor. He prea
ched a stirring sermon. We are
glud to have our friends drop
in on us.
Rev. Curry, Pastor
E, Matthews, Reporter
Sunday school had an attend
ance of 108 pupils. At the close
of the lesson period, a program
in keeping with Lincoln's
birthday was rendered hv the
young people’s department.
Baptizing followed ihe pro
gram. There were seven can
didates for baptism, and there
were others to be baptized at
the evening service. Rev. Curry
was at his best at the 11 o’
clock service. Tie spoke again
from the book Joshua 8:30.
Joshua was remarkable for his
courage and also for his obed_
ienee to the will of Cod. We
were glad to see Mrs. Landrum
out Sunday. She has been ill
for several weeks. Mr. Scott,
chairman o fthe finance com
mittee reports $185.24 from
last Sunday’s rally. There are
others to report. We are ask
ing young people from all over
the city to join us in making
the young people’s day a suc
cess at Zion on Sunday begin
ning with the 11 o’clock ser
vice and continuing through
out the day.
This Week in Religion
and Thought
By Robert L. Moody
February seems to be the
month of outstanding men. On
February 22ndwe celebrate the
birthday of two men, George
Washington and James Russell
Lowell. Oh, how great it would
be if all men would learn to
realize in life what Lowell put
into words.
“Earth gets its price for
what Earth gives us;
The beggar is taxed for a
corner to die in.
The priest hath his fee who
who comes and shrives us
We bargain for the graves
we lie in;
At the devils booth are all
things sold,
Eneh ounce of dross costs
its ounce of gold
For a cap and bells our
lives pay,
Bubbles we buy with a
whole soul’s tasking:
‘Tis heaven alone that is
given away,
‘Tis only God may be had
for the asking.”
Not we give but what we
For the gift without the
giver is bare:
Who gives himself with
his alms feeds three—
Himself, his hungering
neighbor, and Me.”
i Taken from ihe—
“The Vision of Sir Lawnfal’’
—James R. Lowell
This easily unfolds the thou
ght of our Sunday school lesson
this week. We often speak, of
“ten to one "chances. Well,
' the new commandment is a
“ten to one" charge: “Love
one another.”
Rev. D. C. Stephenson
Wanted in Southwest
Missouri Conference
Dr. D. C. Stephenson
Rev D. C. Stephenson, pro
gressive young pastor of the
o fthe Allen Chapel A. M. B.
church, South Omaha, was sum
moned to Kansas City, Mo., by
the authority of Bishop Noah
W. Williams, and urged to ac
cent an appointment in the
Southwest Missouri Annual
Conference, through one of the
presiding elders.
While the new assignment is
considered a great promotion
over his worlc here, the Rev.
Stephenson is not eager to
leave Allen Chapel where he
has labored for the past year.
Pressure is being used to secure
his immediate acceptance, but
Rev. Stephenson desires to re
main and tlk with the officers
and members of his church.
Most likely the Presiding El
der of the Omaha District will
attend Quarterly Meeting Day
at Allen Chapel, Febr. 28th, at
which time the Second Quarter
ly Meeting service will be held.
Singers Displays Artistry and
Feeling in Program
by S- Edward Gilbert
The Rev. J. S. Williams Broad
casting Choir which is heard over
station WAAW. each Sunday af
tern<x h at 3:30 p. m. established
themselves unquestionably as one
of the foremost concert aggrega
tion of the middle west through
their rendition of a superb mus
ical program at St. JJohn AME.
church Sunday evening.
The songs most highly antici
pated by approximately 800 souls,
tho Negro Spirituals were done so
nicely that there were many in
the audience who wished they
could have continued for another
hen it comes to the amount of
soul, artistry, intelligence and at
tributes which go to make a great
choir, too much cannot be said of
this well trained group of sing
ers. The concert was a striking
example of achievement from the
strictly musical standpoint.
Mrs, rene Moton in the rendi
tion of ‘‘Who Knows” by Paul
Lawrence Dunbar, displayed an
unusual aount of vocal power and
control without at anytime broach
ing on the harsh, her progress
from one note to another was ac
complished with a singular dis
play of Finesse, What was true
of Mr- Preston who displayed
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If your constipation is or long stand
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At all leading druggists
TRIAL SIZE send 10c, coin or
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Paul, M»nn,
wonderful ability in his specia!
Tht Choir under the masterful
direction of Prof. J- S. Williams,
captured their audience with the
renditions of “Listen to the Lamb’
and the “Hallalulah Chorus” and
with the latter number the we'l
pleased audience was sent away
with a spirit of deep reverence.
Service was good all day
Feb. 21st. The pastor, Rev. J.
H. Patton, preached at the
morning service on the subject,
“What a Church Is.” At night
he preache don the subject,
“The Sin of Ingratitude,”
The W. H. M. S. gave a party
honoring Mr. aud Mrs. L. J.
Malone. Mr. Malone is confin
ed to his bed by Illness.
Mrs. George Daniels is still
on the sick list and also Mrs.
Lula Butler.
The Mother Board, under the
leadership of Mrs. J. Marshall,
gave a Spelling Bee Friday
night. It was conducted by Mrs.
Frances Anderison. Prizes were
won by Clarence, Edith and
William Brown.
The Willing Workers club gave
a bazaar Friday under the'lead
er ship of Mrs. F. Woods. This
was a wonderful success.
The pastor left Tuesday
morning for the National Ba
ptist Regionad Conventionto
be held in St. Louis, Mo. He is
also the vice president of our
National Baptist Convention
which will hold their1 mid
winter session in connection
with the Regional Meeting.
Rev. J. R. Nabrit, D. D of At_
lanta, Ga., passed through the
city and was the guest of Rev.
M. K. Curry, Pastor of Zion
Baptist church. Dr. Nabrit is
the secretary of the National
Ba.pti/st Convention and pre
sident of our national Theol
ogical Seminary a.t Nashville
Funeral Services Held
For Mrs. Mary Collier
Tlie funeral services for
Mary Collier, wife of Edison
Collier, were held Monday af
ternoon at 2 o’clock from the
Pleasant Green Baptist church.
She leaves to mourn her loss,
a mother, Mrs. Langston of
Cleveland, 0.; three brothers
and three sisters of Omaha;
three children and a host of re
latives and friends. She had
many beautiful floral offerings
Chas. M. Simmons, Prop.
1812 N. 24th St. WE. 6370
% J*
She was a devoted wife, Sun
day sehool teacher and a true
Christian. She will be greatly
missed by her church and fri
j ends.
I -
Furnished Apartment, Hot water, 4 ^
clectricty, gas furnished- WE. 4285
Ki.\henette A|i:iilimnti, 1918 N.
25th, AT. 7356.
South Hjoom • man and wife or
single mr.n. WE. 4162.
Cake St. Coal Co.
2520 Lake Phone AT 2575
Quality cannot be substituted
Prompt delivery Service
Thomas Robinson, prop.
1410 North 24th Street
Women’s top lifts_15c
Women’s half soles ..65c & up
Men’s half soles and heels.....
_ $1.00 & up
Men’s half soles_75c and up
Mens Rubber heels 35c and up
Children’s half soles and
Children’s half soles 50c up
Quality is our policy
We have many Liquor Spe
cials. Come in and see us.
Many Specials in Tobaccos
and Groceries.
All popular Candy Bars
3 for 10c
26th and Q St. MA. 1018
Hats Cleaned and Blocked.
Alterations and Relining.
If it can be cleaned, we will
clean it.
J. D. HINES, Prop,
winiiii—is i ii iii nrmrrTBiriT—
2314 No. 21st Street
$4 00 $4-25 and $5 25$
Gas, electricty, beat furnished to
each apartment; bath for all.
Apply 1711 Cuming Street
Houses to rent 3( 4, 5, 6( 7 to 10
Buy yourselfabusiness.
For sale all kinds of businesses.
Many other bargains in property.
$50, $100, $150 to $300 down.
Wanted manor woman who can in
vest $500. Job pays $60 per month.
Money invested draws 5 per cent,
position as salesman
Wanted .third partner in coal busi
ness, who can invest $350.
Don’t try to reach me by phone
come to the office.
1711 Ouming Street
Balance of the season Cash ONLY
BLACK BEAUTY semi anthr- 10.00-5.25-2 75
Smokeless-Sootless "4
COMFORT semi anthr- 9.50-5.00-2.65
NUT COKE screened 10.00-5.25-2.75
NUT RUN COKE_ 8.00-4.25-2 25
FRANKLIN ILLINOIS lumP 8.50-4.50-2 40
HOT FLAME lumP 7.50-4.00-2 15
American lump_7.00-3.75-2.00
American nut _6.75-3.75-2.00
Quick Heat nut _6.50-3.75-2.00
Quick Heat lump_6.75-3.75-2.00
This coupon good for 25c on all toii orders—if presented
to driver.
American Coal Co.
AT 3670 1224 No. 13th St. OL MM
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