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CHURCH OF GOD
Elder Spaght, Pastor
Hattie Johnson, Reporter
Sunday school opened at t)he us
ual hour, and was well attended.
Lesson, ‘‘God Feeds a People.” Ex.
11-17. At 11:00, the pastor brought
the message from I J/ohn 3:7
"Little Children let no man deceive
you, he that doeth righteounness is
righteous even as he is righteous.
Crists friends, may we by the
Grace of God, do righteousness un
dei all circumstances and keep
true to God.
Evening service, the pastor ug.iin
brought a real soul stirring mess
age. Col. 1:13. Subject, “Christ,
Our Deliverer,” Friends, God gave
us his only son that we might he
free from sin of all kinds, and
that vve might serve Him without
fear in holiness and righteousness,
all the days of our lfe. There are
many souls in sin today seeking
rest, hut there s only one place we
will fnd peace and that is in Jesus.
May sinners seek Him, now while
they (have such wonderful chances.
Como and worship with us. M;d
week service, Wednesday night,
JVIT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev, U. G. Gates, Pastor
Dolly Dixon, Reporter
Sunday sechool opened at the us
ual hour vvit/h Supt. Fred Conner
at his post. Lesson was, “God Feeds 1
A People.” The attendance was
huge. Morning service was on time
with the pastor filling the pulpit.
He preadhed from the 23rd Psalms,
‘‘The Lord is My Shepherd, I shall
not Want." Mrs. Christene Phillips
united with the church. Deacon
Crawford of Zion Baptist church
was a visitor with us, as was Mr
and Mrs. Evans, and L. Lewis, from
Jacksonville, 111., who is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Phillips.
Eevening service was wel at
tended and the pastor delivered a
wondrful sermon. Visitors are al
ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. M. K. Curry, Pastor
Sunday school opened at 9:30,
with a large namber present. Sub
ject of lesson, "God Feeds a Peo
ple," which was a very beautiful an
helpful lfcsson. At 11 o’clock, the
pastor preached from Matt. 26:39.
A large audience enjoyed this in
spiring sermon. Communion was
held following tihe regular morning
service. The following visitors wor
shipped with us. Mrs. Seester Tal
ton, Louisville, Ky., Mrs. Georgia
Spicer, Los Angeles, Calif., Mr.
and Mrs. Anderson, of Louisville,
Ky., and several others.
BYPU opened at 6:30 with quite
a number present. 8:00 services
were brief, 'nie pastor read a por
tion of the scripture from Jas. 1-17,
and the lesson “Superior Gifts"
was derived from this scripture.
The Missionary Society which
meets eadh Monday evening at
7:46 under the leadership of our
presi<Jent, Mrs. Caro Jay nos, is
doing a splendid work. Come to
Zion and worship with us. Come to
the Missionary Society.
Rev. R. W. Johnson, Pastor
Mrs. Willlie Williams, Reporter
Sunday scchool opened at 9:30
with Mr. Porter at his post of duty.
Mr. Porter sent out a plan to you.
(Come to Sunday sohool on Sun
At 11:00 the services were very
inspiring, witih the spirit running
high. The sermon was taken from
the 16th Chapter of Acts. Subject:
‘ A desire to know Jesus.” Mrs.
Edna Mitdhell united with the
church. The 6:00 Lhiion was well
attended with Mrs. Woody as tea
cher. She urges nil to come out
and attend the wonderful Union. At
8:00 the pastor chose his subject
from songs. Subject, ‘‘He is tihe
one who was added to the church.
A very large crowd attended this
servie. You are welcome. A Gospel
Feast will be given by the Metro
politan Choir Friday night at 8:00
p m. at Ohe Pleasant Green Bap
tist church. Evryone is welcome,
ST. JOHN A. M. E CHURCH
''The Friendly Church”
Rev. R. A. Adams, Pastor
The services at Sa. John last Sun.
were very impressive despite the
hot weather. As this was the last
Sunday before the annual Sunday
school picnic, the attendance was
Rev. Adams preached in the
morning from Acts 2 and tihe last
part of the 40th verse. “Save your
self from this Untoward Genera
n the afternoon Dr. Adams and
n part of his choir went to Allen
01' a pel to assist Rev. Stevens in
his quarterly meeting. In the even
ing service, there was only a short
service. The only sick reported was
Mr. C. B. Kitchen.
Wo all pray for his speedy re
Next Sunday will be women’s
day, with Mrs. Maude Ray in
charge. They expect a fine pro
The 5th Sunday, August 29tih,
will be young people’s day. They
will have a ohor of 50 or more
voices, with Miss Eloise Jones of
Dallas, Texas, directing tihem.
The vsitors lant Sunday were
Mrs. Robert Ellis, Miss Helen
Brown, Miss Lorene Brown, of
Kansas Cty, Mo-, Miss Helen Ho
jward, Milwaukee, Miss Lenora
(Lindsey, of Kansas City, Kas, Mrs.
.Helen Simpson, Sioux City, Iowa,
(Mr. R. J. Yates, Atlanta, Ga., and
Mrs. Chue of Omaha.
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'well as fraternal news each week in
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SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. N. B. Bilbrew, Pastor
Minnie Bryant, Reporter
Services were very good at Sa
lem Sunday. The scfchool was well
attendd. Rev. Petes brought to us
a splendid message at the 11 o’
clock services. Subject, “The Place
of Christian Service.” The BYPU is
plnnnng to hnve an outdoor ses
sion at Elmwood park. A picture
will Ik- taken of the group. \t the
evening services, Rev. Pettis brou
ght to us another inspiring mess
age. His text was found St. John
Thu members and friends of Sa
lem regret very much the passing
of Mis. P. ITuntr Our heartfelt
sympathy goes out to the bereav
Mrs. Bilbrew won a beautiful
table cloth in the content sponsor
ed by the Missionary Society on
last Sunday. She raised $18.00,
Mrs. M. Henson, sjecond, .raised
$15.00, and received a beautiful
pair of pillow slips.
Visitors are always welcome at
The Salem Baptist church BYPU,
will hold it’s annual outdoor meet
ing at Elmwood park, Sunday Au
gust 15th, from 6:00 p. m. until
7:00 p. m., which will consist of a
model BYPU, pn-ogram drills and a
group picture made. All cars will
meet at the church, 28th and Deca
tur streets nt 4:30 p. m. for decor
ations and passengers. Will leave
promptly at 6 p. m., for the park
headed by motorcycle escort. East
to 24th street, North to Lake, West
to 30th, South to Hamilton, and
West to park. All visitors and fri
ends are welcome to poin us, and
car owners are urged to join us
at place and time stated above in
| this gala affair.
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. 3. P. Mosley, Pastor
Sister lieonora Parker Reporter
Sunday school at 9:30, Bro. Ace
Breakfield, supt., plreaohing at
Rev. Mosley, preached a wonder
ful sermon text found St. John 9:4.
Three o'clock, Rev. Gates, pastor
of Mt. Nebo Baptist church, prea
ched a wonderful sermon for the
Mission Cireele. His subject was
“Staying on the Kings Hghway.”
PLEASANT GREEN BAPTIST
Morning services at 10:45 a. m.,
devotion by Deacons. The choirs of
the dhurch and pastor as well as
j members went to Council Bluffs
■ Sunday afternoon to Rev. Clay
j tons church. BYPU Sunday evening
at 6:00, and we urge everyone to
come and help buld up this Youth
Eight o’clock services were well
attended, with the sermon being
delivered by Rev. Crowell.
CARD OF THANKS
To the Citizens of Omaha and many friends of our beloved
S'n and Brother, Adrian, we are extremely grateful and in- .
debted for the kindness and sympathy extended to us during the
long illness and death of him, whom we all love so well. Wet
sincerely thank everyone for all your kindness.
Mr. ami Mrs. W. Oscar Stamps
Mr. and Mrs. W. Vernon Stamps
Mr. and Mrs: 'Ihomas 8. Stamps ]
Miss I.ucy May Stamps l
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. E. G. Stevenson, Pastor
Sunday throughout the day was
a blessing. Sunday I c ( ool was
well attended again. Our pastor
i filled the pulpit at the morning
service, and his subject was “What
Does the Lord Require of Us?"
We wish to tlhank our junior
choir for the beautiful services they
rendered throughout tfhe day. Also
thanking Sister Dixon, who is the
choir leader. Visitors are always
welcome to worship with us.
MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. F. P. Jones, Pastor
F. Burrough, Reporter
Though the day was hot swel
tering, quite a number of young
people came to Sunday school.
Perhaps they have realized that
God must be served in season and
out, regardless of climatic condition
Hhe sermon at the morning wor
ship was timely and thoughts that
were spiritual food were presented.
The Deaconess board is giving a
lawn social and barbecue, Friday
evening, at the church. Everyone
is invited to come and have a good
Miss Anna Long, who is employ
ed at a summer resort, sent an in
teresting communication to the
Those on the sick list are Mrs.
Mc.Craty and Mrs. Davidson. Both
are very ill.
Wo were pleased to have the
number of visitors at our church.
They are always welcome.
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH
Rev. A. Philips, Pastor
Sunday school opened at the us
ual hour. The pastor preached an
interesting sermon at the 11 o’clock
services. At tJbe evening service,
Rev. Cooley, delivered a message
which was very inspiring. Two un
ited with the church. The A. C. E.
League met at the usual hour witlh
a wonderful discussion. The lesson
I)inc at -
Now open for business. Good meals
and excellent service assured
Mrs. G. Greene, Prop.
2214 North 24th Street
| for Sunday August 15th, “How
Much Moral Fiber Do We Have?”
The Manual Mite Missionary So
ciety held a successful meeting for
two days, Thursday and Friday.
It was well attended with a large
Friday night, at 8:00 p. m., the
peageant, “Just Over in the Glory
Land,” was repeated and was large
Visitors are always welcome.
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Notice of Referee's Sale
By virtue of an order of sale is'
sued out of the District Court of
Douglas County, Nebraska, on the
11th day of August, 1937, and in
pursuance of a decree of said
Court in an action in partition
therein pending, dated August 10,
1937, wherein Halley M. Bliznak is
Plaintiff and Riley McClung and
John T. McClung are Defendants,
and in compliancce with the com
mand of said decree of said Court
and order of sale I will on the 16th
day of September 1937 at 10 o’clock
in the forenoon at east front door
of the Douglas County Court House
in Omaha, Nebraska, sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for
cash, Lot Six (6) in Wohler’s Place,
an Addition in Douglas County,
Nebraska, as surveyed, platted and
recorded. Said action is an action
partition. The Court has found
tihat said property connot be equit
ably partitioned, and has ordered
a sale thereof by the Referee and
the distribution of the proceeds of
the sale tibereof.
DAVID H. BOWAN
Dated at Omaha, Nebraska, this
11th day of August, 1937.
8114 to 9|12.
Mrs. Fred McDaniels left Sunday
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friends and relatives.
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