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' MT. OLIVE BAPTIST
Kev. J. I*. Mwtlfy, Pastor
The 14th anniversary of Mt.
Olive church beginning May 3rd
and ending May 9th, was very suc
cessful. We wish to thank the pas
tors, churches and choirs who came
to us. It was a week of gospel feast
ing. i mu
San day services for May 16th
were well attended. Rev. 'Lain
preached a powerful sermon at 11
o'clock At the evening services at
K o'clock, the pastor preached a
amd-stirring scam on. IPs topic was
“Follow, Jesus.” Two united with
the church. Visitors are welcome.
ST JOHN AME CHURCH
"The Friendly Church *'
R« v. R. A. Adams, Raptor
The threatening weather caused
a drop in the attendance at Sunday
school at St. John. The attendance
at church, however, was as usual.
Rev. Adams preached at the morn
ing and evening services. These
sermons were filled with spiritual
The sick i f the church, Sisters
Jones and .1 nkina, are. just the
same. We pray for their comfort.
T'(' Mother** Day financial
drive was quite a success. We are
now looking forward to Father’s
Day, which we hope will be just as
The cho.'r will have a very fine
program on the fourth Sunday
night, whi<4t will be May 24th.
lx.n’t miss this wonderful program.
The May Day Festival, sponsored
by the Omaha Guide at St. John
AMR church on Sunday turned out
to be r gala affair. Mr. S. R. Gil
bert and Miss Bthel Jones are to be
ermmended for their fine work
with the children.
Read your church news in the
MT. MORIAH BAPTIST
21th and Ohio Streets
Rev. F. Jones, Pastor
Forysteen Burroughs, Reporter
It was a busy day at Mt. Moriah
Sunday. Thu pastor preached two
very able sermons both being
highly spiritual The fourth chapter
of John was the background for
the morning sermon.
The paster will be outo f the city
■during the week helping to conduct
a revival. He asked an interest in
the prayers of the church. The
Holy Spirit manifested itself throu
ghout the day and a number of
persons expressed a desire to be
remembered in his prayers ns he
labors during the week.
Sunday, May 23rd, at 3 p. m-,
the Mission Society is conducting
a Women's Day program and Pew
rally. Everyone is cordially invited
The sick are Mrs. McCraty, Mrs.
Davidson and Mrs. C. Woods.
Visitors and friends are always
CLEAVES’ TEMPLE 0. M. E.
Rev. D. W. Bass, I’astnr
Mrs. Henryetta Making, Reporter
Dear Public: Have you taken on
newness, freshness and vitality?
Have you started your new work?
Have you cleaned u,p, or are you
still sleeping, waiting, putting off?
If you are still hibernating, would
n’t it be well that you throw off
your worn out self—the dull, dead
hide, shed the out-lived thoughts
and burdens? There is much to do
but you cannot do it ifyouare not
refreshed. So get up, start today.
Do one task for God. What is a
hard task today will be easy next
Sunday school was well attend
ed The lesson was interesting. The
pastor spoke for the junior church,
at the 11 a. m. sermon and at 8
p. m. All services were very spirit
ual with good attendance. The 11
o’clock service was especially spi
ritual, taken from Isaiah, “J'esus,
the Wonderful Counsellor.”
To the sick we say, “Make known
unto the Lord of thy case and He
will help thee ”
The thought for the day is, “O
give thanks unto the Lord, make
known His deeds among His peo
CLAIR CHAPEL M. E.
Rev. W. C. Conwell, Pastor
Georgia Goo»by, Reporter
Services were well attended
throughout the day. The pastor
preached from II Titn. 12:12 at the
morning services. His subject was
“Taking the Cross.”
A very impressive, service was
sponsored by the young people
during the League since it was an
niversary day. The lighting of the
Cross by the officers ofthe League
was very beautifully portrayed as
the duties of each were explained.
Much credit is due Mr. Alvin Wilk
es of Lincoln who always brings
something of encouragement to
At the evening service our pastor
preached on “How to Prevent Quar
Next Sunday is Quarterly Meet
ing and Sunday night is request
song service. Come and hear your
[favorite song. Visitors are always
TEMPLE NO. 0
74th and lilnndo Streets
Daughter M. Quinn. Leader
ltcv. C. Jackson, Ass't Pastor
Morning Service, 11 o’clock
Night, service, 8 o’clock
Tuesday night Bible class
Thursday night, altar call, heal
ing and prophesying by pastor.
We wish to thank our many fri
ends and visitors for their co-oper
ation in making our services a suc
ic.'-s while our visiting mothers
v * r i in charge- A beautiful spirit
prevailed with each one who at
tended, Our honorable Mother
Bishop Sutton of Kansas City and
her co-workers are in our city and
will conduct a rtWival indefinitely
at First Spiritual Temple- Come
out and hear this wonderful Kvan
gellst and spiritual advisor and ac
cept this food that will feed the
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH
2128 Franklin Street
Rev. A. Phillip*, Pastor
Sunday school opened nt the us
ual hour. The pastor preached both
morning and evening services. His
sermons were inspiring. One unit
ed with the church
Ad 0 p. in-, the A. C. E. League
met with the president in charge.
The lesson was briefly discussed
which was enjoyed by those pre
sent- The subject for Sunday, May
21 rd, is “What Did Je.sus Mean By
Turning the Other Cheek?” Our
thought for the week: “We will
bo tried as gold is tried in the fire
and if it is pure gold it will come
out all right. So when our enemies
say and do all mannerofthings ag
ainst us, let us be purelike gold.”
ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. M- K. Curry, I*astor
C. B- Reynolds, Reporter
Sunday school was opened at
U:30 a. m. 138 were present- The
subject of the lesson was, "Isaac,
A Man of Poreboarance.” Great
enthusiasm was lrianifested on the
part of all.
At the 11 a m. sermon, Rev.
Curry preached. His text was taken
from Revelations 6th chapter.
B. Y. P. U. was well represented
in each group. President Crawford
is wide awake in his efforts to
make the Union a success.
At 8 o’clock, the pastor preach
ed from the subject ‘Peace.’ It was
MT. NEBO BAPTIST
0 H U R CH
Rev. J. G. Gates, Pastor
Dolly Dixon, Reporter
Tho Mt. Nebo Sunday school was
well attended, and much was gain
ed from the lesson.
Morning service was a happy oc
casion as everyone spoke of the
muny good things “mother," had
done for them, followed by a won
derful message from our pastor.
We had with us three visitors,
whom we are always glad to have.
At three o’clock our rally went
forth well attended with the speak
er of the hour, Rev-Moseley,who
delivered! a good message.
Tho evening service was well at
tended and all enjoyed the message.
SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH
28th and Decatur Streets
Rev. M- B. Bilbrew, Pastor
Minnie Bryant, Reporter
Services were very good at Sa
lem Sunday. Tho Sunday school
was very well attended. The class
rally sponsored by the Sunday
school was a remarkable success.
Don’t forget the Birthday Dinner
Party sponsored by the Sunday
At 11 a. m-, our pastor brought
to us a splendid gospel message.
The B. Y. P. U. had a very in
spiring radio program under the
auspices of Group No. 4. Mrs. Con
stance Cole is captain.
Baptism was at 7:30 p. m Six,
were candidates for baptism. On
last Sunday, 15 persons were taken
into the church. Our pastor brou
ght another soul stirring message
at 8 p. m. The members taken into
the church were given the right
’hand of fellowship and a very help
ful and necessary talk by the pas
tor. The rally spansored by the
church reached its goal of $121.47.
Rev. Bilbrew is sparing no |4ins
in preaching the gospel. He poured
out his soul, and is doing much to
wards the saving of souls- Visitors
are always at Salem.
26th and Hamilton Street*
Rev. Thomas, Pastor
The beautiful weather on Mo- '
ther'« Day he.pod to bring forth
the beautiful spirit of love of Mo
ther’s Day at the church. The pro
gram for the day was held Sunday
night at 7:30. Sister Burton open
ed the program with a special pray
er, after which Mrs- Joseph Lew'is
gave the Mother's Day address.
The Freestone Mystery Four
gave several numbers. Many won
derful thoughts were brought to
us through papers. Pai>ers were
red by Mesdames L Sherman, Pin
ky Oliver, Travis, M White and
Miss Annie Oliver. We wish to
tlmnk each and everyone for their
presence and for their financial
ST. BENEDICT PARISH
The following were the lucky
winners in the Doll Chance contest.
Mr. Vandrusky, 72nd and Center
Sts., won first prize.
Mrs. Jensen, 2306 Grant street,
won second prize.
Mr. Ray Fox,Dowling Hall Crei
ghton university, won third prize
Prizes for selling chances were
won by Winifred Harper, Elaine
Davis, Otis Keys, Edna Taylor, and
Gloria J. Claxton.
Rev. Bell to Speak
In South Omaha
Rev- J. C. Bell, pastor of the
Quinn Chapel A. M. E. church in
Lincoln, Nebr., will be the guest
speaker at Allen Chapel A- M. E.
church in South Omaha at 3 p. m.
on Sunday, May 30th, at which
time the third quarterly meeting
services of Allen Chapel will be
Rev. Bell is a former pastor of
historic Bethel A M. E. church of
this city. He is well known in Oma
ha, as well as throughout the en
tire fifth Episcopal district
Accompanying the Reverend will
bo the famous choir of Lincoln,
Nebr,, that was heard on a special
radio broadcast two weeks ago over
Rev. D. C- Stephenson of Allen
Chapel dhurch stated a great ser
vice was bejng planned for the vi
sitors who shall come from Lin
coln on the fifth Sunday. He is con
fident a large crowd will be out
to hear this great gospel minister
Also the man who is acting leader
of the district since the death of
the Presiding Elder will be present.
Let us como out and hear Rev. Bell
his choir and have a grand time.
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201 Oti N. 24th St. Jackson 8576
Open from 2 p. m. until 3 a. m.
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Ice 40c per hundred delivered
anywhere between Dodge and
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Meet In Council Bluffs
The Western Baptist Convention,
Rev. Jl. H. Patton of Sioux City,
la. District Moderator presiding,
closed a very successful meeting
at Beulah Baptist church, Council
Bluffs, la. on Sunday.
There were representatives pre
sent from three states, namely,
Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota.
Dignatarians present were States
Moderator, Rev. George Robinson,
Des Moines, la. District President,
Mrs. Worden; District President,
Rev. W. M. Clayton, pastor of the
president of Women’s Work; and
host church: Mrs. L. Griffin, vice
all the staff officers of both the
district and state convention in
cluding the ministers of Omaha,
Rev. Curry, Rev. Harris, Rev- Jones
and Rev. Adams.
Total offering for two days was
$157.81. Eeveryone who attended
the convention was in high praise
of Rev. . M. Clayton and members
on their hospitality and beautiful
decorated and improved church.
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
1618 Avenue B
Elder A. D. Carter, Pastor
Sunday school at 10:30 a m.
Mrs. G. Mina, Supt.
Services at noon. YPWW at
6:30 p.m., Mr. Gamble Duncan
president. General services at
8.00 p. m. Weekly services on
Tuesday and Friday nights at
The Church ofGod in Christ be
gan its state meeting in South
Omaha, Monday, May 17th and will
continue throughout the week end.
Elder V. M. Barker is Overseer.
Kev. E. Arlington Wilson, of
Dallas, Texas, will be in Omaha
and will be preaching at Zion Bap
tist church on Sunday, May 23rd
and also on Monday, May 24th. He
was formerly pastor of Hood St.
Baptist church, of Dallas.
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RAY L. WILLIAMS, Atty
Tuchntan Bldg. Room 200
24th and Lake St.
In the matter of the estate of
EDWARD ROBERSON, deceased.
Notice is hereby given:
That the creditor* of said deceas
ed will meet the administratrix of
said estate, 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
tate are hereby notified that a pe
tition has been filed in said Court,
praying for the probate of a cer
tain instrument now on file in said
Court, purporting to be the last
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
proceed to a settlement thereof.
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