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Attend Church ..
BETHEL BAPTIST CHUKCE
29th and T Street1*
Rev. !\ J. Beam, Pastor
Joshua Henderson, Reporter
Mother’s Day was highly ob-^rv
ed in this church last Sunday. This
spirit 11 gnn in the school by
a short ta;,k .from the superinten
dent and the singing of Mother'*
“Ideal Mother’ was tile subject
of the morn ng acrmom . Tliis ser
mon was fillnl with thoughts and
delivered with power.
The I n f git; (:>»n I -’*d a
"MoDc* and Dalifilters Tew’ at
th*’ Woodson Center last Sund <y.
The spirit of Mother’s Day pm
vailed much in the BYPU and
throughout the evening service
Mi-* Priscilla Gilden was cho-J
sen queen t«> represent Bethel in J
the Junior Musical Festival at St.
John AMK church on next Sunday.
Mrs, Mildred Roberta is sponsor.
The Loyal lb-art club announces
a Lg wedding and u Stab town con
vention to be he'd sion The name
of the bride and gloom is to be
A. big revival is to start next
Bethel is glad to sec so many vi
sitors coming to church. You aro
CLEAVES' TEMPLE C. M. E
Rev. I). \V. Hass, Pastor
Mrs. Henry e‘ts Making, Reporter
Sunday school was very interest
ing Many were present. Junior
r!iur*.h hour was a new work for
that day. The time was used to sel
ect the remainder of the junior offi
Every breath of air depicted Mo
ther throughout the day.
Epworth League was well at
tended with ninny persons on the
The night sermon was very spir
itual Tito pastor jyeaqVsl both
morning and night as well as the
quarterly conference at Bethel
The Loyal Matrons will meet
with Mrs. Ida Wiley, 3870 Harney
The Forward Step club met at
T the sick we say: “Peace be with
you,; the love of God attend you.’
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MT. MORIAH BAPTIST
ttev. F. P. Jones, Pastor
Sunday school was opened at the
u^ual hour wiDh a good number in
attendance. Mr- James Murry gave
an interesting sketch of his trip
to the Mimic Festival, which was
held in Lawrence. Kan.
At 11 o’clock, the pastor deliver
ed an inspiring sermon which was
woven around the thenie ‘Mother’s
The evening worship wa» spent in
reviewing the covenant.
The passing and taking of com
munion closed the evening worship.
Thursday evening from 8 until
10 p- nv, the mothers and daugh
ters of the church are featuring a
Candlelight Tea- Fathers and sons
and the public are invited to this
The following persons arc on the
sick list: Mesdanies Davidson, Mc
Craty, Winston and Woods- They
all ask an interest in on our pray
ors and a visit does so much to
cheer them up
CLAIR CHAPEL M. E.
Rev. W. c. Con well, Pastor
Georgia Goo-sby, Reporter
Services were well attended
throughout the day- The Sunday
school was well attended.
At the morning services, the pas
tor preached on the “Life of a
Mother.” One was added to the
The evening services were con
ducted by Mrs. Jamie Norman and
the young people rendered a Mo
tiler’s Day progam, which was
very beautifully dedicated to Mo
ther. The Trustees of the church
are presenting “An Indian Operetta'
on May 20th at 8:30 p- m
The sick of the church are im
proving. Mother Simpson, who has
been ill for some time, was the re
cipient of a Mother’s Day token
sent to her by the church.
Visitors are always welcome
We, tjie relatives of Dr. J'. W
Scott, wish to thank our many fri
ends and acquaintances for theii
sympathy shown during our bereavt
Mrs. J. W. Scott
James Walter Scott, Jr.
[ How to Use the Bible
By Wm B- Long
When you feel down and out,
read Romans 8:31-39.
When you want courage for your
ta«k, read Joshua 1.
When the world seems bigger
than God, read P^ilm 90.
When you want rest and peace,
read Matthew 11:26-30.
When you, Want Christian as
su'ance, read Romans 8:1-30.
For Paul’s secret of happiness,
read Col. 3:12-17.
When you leave home for labor
or travel, read Psalm 121
When you grow bitter or critical, I
read 1 Corinthians 13.
V, hen your prayer* grow narrow
or selfish, read P«alm 67.
For Paul’* idtta of ^Christianity,
read IlOrinthians 6:1619
For Paul’* i ule* on how to get
along with men, read Romans 12.
When you think of investment
returns, read Mark 10:17-31.
When in sorrow, read John 14
When men fail you, read Psalm
When _ you have sinned, read
When you worry, i**ad Matthew
• ' v? v" u run .*»uj v icet r**aa
When you are in danger, read
When you have the blues, read
Wh<*n God *«ems far away, read
When you are discouraged, read
If y*>u want to be fruitful, r«ad*
When doubts come upon you, try
When you a 1x5 lonely or fearful
read PsaLm 23.
When you forget your blessings,
read Psalm 103
For Jesus’ idea of a Christian,
read Matthew 6.
For James’ idea of religion, read
James 1:19 27.
When your faith needs stirring,
read Hebrews 11.
For a geat invitation and a great
opportunity, read I*aiah 66.
For Jesus’ idea of prayer, read
Luko il:l-13; Mathe.w 6:6-16.
For the prophet’s picture of wor
ship that counts, road Isaiah 58-1
Why not) (follow psalm 119-41
and hide some of those in your
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH
2128 Franklin Street
Rev. A. Phillips, Pastor
Sunday was our Quarterly mcet
ng, Rev. W. M. 0. Taylor of Kan
'ns City, Mo. was acting Presiding
IIo preached an interesting ser
non both morning and evening.
3 o'clock, Rev. Bass, the pastor
if Cleaves Temple, preached a
powerful sermon. Two united with
At 8 p. m. the ACE League Spon
sored a Mother’s Day program.
Mrs, JLsie Brown, president of
theLcagne, acted as mistress of
Visitors are always welcome.
The Junior Stewardess sponsored
a backward luncheon at the horn*
of Mrs. Brownlow, 2810 Ohio St.
on Wednesday, May 5th. The even
ing «aM spent in playing games.
The Senior Stewardess sponsirec
a May Day Breakfast at the home
Mrs. Sloan- 2428 Decatur St. or
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Presiding Elder Dies
In Kansas City, Mo.
(Continued from Page 1)
h'1 was transited to th-- Californ
ia conference in 1 ’'30 where tho
Into Bishop Parks assigned him to
a church at Sacramento- In two
years at this charge, he reduced
the indebtness from $1,300 to $650.
Then ho was requested to be trans
ferred to the Southern California
conference under the late Bishop
W- D. Johnson, who assigned him
I The committee above, represent
ing a number of national organiza
tions important in Negro life, met
with Re«l Cross officials in Wash
ington Monday ami surveyed the
activities of the Red Cross insofar
Hs they affected Negroes during th«
recent Ohio and Mississippi Valley
Immediately correction was pro
mised where inequalities were re
ported Praise was given the Red
Cross for its efficiency and impar
tiality during the resuce period and
for the fairness to ail groups which
is being demonstrated in the reha
bilitation work now under way.
Reading front left to right fhose
at the meeting were; Dr- Charles
S. Johnson, Fisk university; DeWitt
Smith, in charge of Red Cross op
erations; Miss Mary Williams.
to Bethel at Cos Angeles, Calif,
where he reduced a debt from
$2,600 to $860 in two years In
1934 he w'a* appointed to Santa
Diego where he put on a drive and
raised over $800.
Affler two years of successful
spiritual and financial work, Bishop
Noah W. William?* transferred him
to the Nebraska conference and
appointed him presiding Elder of
the Omaha district, where he serv
ed until he was taken ill at his fir^t
quarterly conference at St. John
in Omaha. Returning to his home
in Kansas City, M<>. where he was
sick from November 1936 to April
12, 1937. During the time of his
illness he wa* given the best medi
cal can* ut Wheately and Provident
hospitals until his death.
Hi* funeral services were held
in Kansas City at Allen Chapel
AME church, Thursday April 2nd
| where Rev. R. A Adams, pa«tor
j of St. John of Omaha delivered the
funeral oration. Remarks by Bishop
N. W . Williams and many other
outstanding ministers of the city
were included in he service.
The body was then carried to
Tulsa, Oklahoma ^vhere Services
were held Saturday April 17th at
Vernon AME church, and Rev. P.
W. DeLyles p|reached the sermon
Ho was laid to rest in Home
He leaves a devoted Christian
wife, and a host of friends.
Yon. Too, Con Take
A/ot a School
A/othing to Sail
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The World Insurance Company
Desires to announce the removal of its offioes from The
Omjuha Loan ajnd Building Association Building to the Third
Floor of the Baird Building 17th and Douglas Sts. Telephone
HAmey 1675, Omatfa, Nebraska.
Tom D. Eilers, Pres J F Micek, Secy D L Eilers Treas
George Soiref, Mgr Industrial Dept
secretary Tuskegee Red Cross
Chapter and representing Pres. F
D. Patterson; Mrs. Margaret Davis
Bowen Grand Basileus Alpha Kappa
Sorority; Mrs. Estelle Massey Rid
dle, President National Ass’n of
Negro Nurses; Claude A. Barnett
of Chcago; James L. Feieser, Vice
Chairman American Red Cross;
Eugene Kin.ikle Janes, Executive
■Secretary National U' ban I/eague;
Dr. George E. Haynes, Federal
Council of Churchts; Roy Wilkins,
Ass’t Secreta y NAACP and J B.
Gwinn, director of Personnel for
the Red Cross. (ANP)
BAT I . WILLIAMS, Atty
Turkman Bldg. Room 200
24(h and Lake St.
In the matter of the estate of
EDWARD ROBERSON, deceased.
Notice is hereby given:
That Hhe creditors of said deceas
ed will meet the administratrix of
said ertnte, before me, County
Judge of Douglas County, Nebras
ka, at the County Court Room, in
said County, on the 7th day of July
1937 and on the 7th day of Septem
ber 1937, at 9 o’clock A. M., each
day, for the purpose of presenting
their claims for examinatino, ad
justment and allowance. Three
months are allowed for creditors
to present their claims, from the ,
7th day of June 1937.
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NOTICE OF PROBATE WILL
In the County Court of Douglas
In the, matter of the estate of
LULA R. THOMAS, deceased.
All persons interested in said es
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praying for the probate of a cer
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will and tesament of said deceased,
and that a hearing will be had on
said petition before said Court on
the 29th day of May, 1937 and that
if they fail to appear at said Court
on the said 29th day of May, 1937
at 9 o’clock A. M., to contest the
probate of said will, the Court
may allow and probate said will
and grant administration of said
estate to Lulu Stout or some other
suitable person, enter heirship, and
prooeed to a settlement thereof.
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