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CHRIST TEMPI E HOLINESS
Rev. L. M llrlf, Pastor
Edr.a lak»y. Reportec
Sunday, February 27. Sunday
chool opened with an interesting
lesson Subject, “Measuring a
Wans Worth." The lesson was in
11 viewed by the superintendent,
Mr. S. Stafford Many good points
ere brought out.
Rev- doodwin, assistant pastor,
conducted the services. The morn
ing message was found in St.
Mark, 5:17. The sermon was highly
,appreciated and afforded food for
i t hought
11VPU opened at the usual hour,
six p. m., with a large attendance,
good lesson and a lovely program
One young people's meeting is
gradually increasing this nice wea
tier. Como out and worship with
us. Visitors are always welcome
The Salem Baptist Missionary
Society m't Friday. February 25,
at the home of Mrs. C. C Pettis,
1613 No 22nd St. Avery enjoyable
riveting was held.
The regular fourth Sunday Mis- I
s.onaiy program was held Sunday
February 27. at the Salem Baptist
church, 28th and Decatur streets.
A very inspirational devotion was
< <l by the groups. Scripture read
ing of the 14th chapter of Romans
was read by Mrs. 0. Brown “Draw
Me Nearer,’ was sung by the group
Prayer by Mrs Jackson. Duet by
M:*ses I/orin- and Agnes Morris.
1 he high spot of the afternoon
"ns a very inspirational talk by
Mrs. E Dodds. Subject. “The Art
• f Living.”
Visitors present were Mrs. C L
N’lill, Mrs. M. J Goldsmith and
Mrs. .1 E. Dodds.
t losing remarks wert. given by
■Rev. C. 0 Pettis.
The Mission will meet at the
home of the president. Mrs. Mary
M^xander, 2712 Charles street
Mrs. M. Alexander, President
Ms. I Henderson. Reporter
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I SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. I) Nicholson, Pastor
Sunday school opened at its us
ual hour with Miss Rachel Cason
presiding. All were interested in
th« lesson, and the sup rintendent
added a new committee to the Sun
day school which was in keeping
with th«. present day
Morning service was in high and
the pastor brought forth an instru
ctive message which was enjoyed
Evening service, the pastor brou
ght forth annother stirring mess
age. Subject, “Who Christ Is '* The
spirit was hi *h.
Look! Look! Come and enjoy thy
day. There will be a miscellaneous
program in the afternoon service.
Thn guests will be the Gateway
Quartette of Omaha. Visitors are
always welcome to thft Second
CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD
The Church of the Living God
Mission met on Thursday night,
February 24 at the homc of our
secretary. Sis Pearl Farmer, 2617
Burdette street. Meeting was call
ed to order wil the president in
charge Report of committees were
given. Mo'her Rachel Harris is ill
and the mission wil pay her a visit.
Our teacher taught our lesson
from Matt 5:1-, which many good
thought were taken. After which 1
our meeting was brought to n •
close. The hostess served a nice
lunch which was enjoyed by all.
For place of our next meeting
call the president at AT 6248
Sis. M. Wright, President
Sis. M L. Steele. Reporter
Mrs. Rose E Luckey announces
the marriage of her aughter, Eve
lyn Ivilla to Mr. Joe M. Fountain,
2620 Hamilton street The wedding
took place December 15 1937. The
young couple are residing at 616
No. 46th street.
By Theresa M Skinner
Lonsome house is at the end of
Where the pathway has lost its
The trees around it are not the
They are leafless, bare and frail
Their branches reach upward as
if in prayer
For this lonesome house all alone,
Standing silent with windows
This house that used to he home.
Where children’s voices use to
shout with mirth
And the wall with their laughter
Father and mother sat by the
And all the old songs they would
While the children listened joyful
And would oft times join in the
But that was in th« days gone by
When lonesome house used to be—
IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL
MAYO’8 BARBER SHOP
(Adlaa' and Children ’■ Work
2422 Lake Street.
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JOE LOUIS, the World's
Champion endorses and
uses only MURRAYS HAIR
POMADE because it is a
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* PLEASANT GREEN CHURCH
Rev. J. H- Reynolds, Pastor
\Vilia Mae Ross. Reporter
Sunday sheool, nine o’clock with
Mrs I. M Oliver, president, pre
siding. February 27 was the boys
Hnd mens rally day in Sunday
School, chairman Master Curtiss
Melton The boys think that they
can beat the girls and the girls
are sure they can beat the boys
W0 will find out next Sunday
March 6. Present 57 The primary
class went visiting Sunday morn,
ing at Pilgrim Baptist church.
Eleven o’clock, devotion services
were led by the deacons Song and
prayer by Mr. E- Faulkner Prayer
for tho sick by Rev White. Solo.
"While th0 Blood Running Warm
in Your Veins.” sung by Mrs. Sul
livan. A wonderful sermon was
preached by the pastor. Rev Rey
Visitors: Rev. and Mrs- Watson
of the Church of God, Rev and
Mrs White, Mrs. Ransom, Mrs.
Lillies Collier of Topeka, Kas . Mr.
.Tii mes Nelson, Joseph Watson of
Salem Baptist church and Mrs.
Dorothy White of Mt. Moriah
RYPU, six o'clock, with Mr- E
Faulkner presiding. Present. 49
Francis Alford is secretary.
Eight o’clock, song by the choir,
“lord Started to Find a Better
Home ” Prayer for the sick by
Pev. Caldwell. Two selections were
sting by thP Mysterious Four A
levelv sermon was preached by
Rev. E. Green There was one to
unite in the evening service.. Mr
Thomas. Visitors: Mrs. Gran-berry, 1
Mrs Turner. Mrs. Baugh, Mrs. |
Huff, Mr. and Mrs. Whiby and
Mr and Mrs. Wafford.
The Baha’i Fast begins March
2 and ends March 21 and consists
in abstaining from food or drink
from sunrise to sunset.
Fasting is one of the divine rnm
mandmervts which has existed from
all time in all the Holy Books.
Special times are appointed and
particular forms are ordained by
While material fasting is ab
stainging from the appetites of the
body, spiritual fasting is this, that
man abstain from selfish passions,
from negligence and satanic ani
mal traits, purifying the heart
from every stain of egotism, re.
placing material tendencies with
spiritual susceptibilities refin
ing the moral fibre, and intensify,
ing the fire of the love of God; in
other words beaut if uly explained
in the following prayer which is
one of thp prayers use<l by the
Baha’is during their fast.
Oh God! As I am fasting from
the appetites of the body and not
occupied with eating and drinking,
even so purify and make, holy my
heart and my life from ought elsp
save Thy love, and protect and
preserve my soul from self-pas
sioms and animal traits. Thus may
thp spirit associate* with the frag,
ranees of Holiness and fast from
everything Save Thy mention.”
ST. JOHN A. M- E CHURCH
"The Friendly Church"
Rev R. A. Adams, Pastor
Sunttey was a veiy fine day at
St. John and all the services were
' try good The Sigiday school had
one of the best attendances for the
Now' that the weather shows
that spring is just around the
corner, we trust the parents will
help see that the children come
regular and on time.
Dr. Adams preached a very fine
sermon that was directed largely
to the young single women of the
congregation His subject was
"Damsel In Distress." This sermon
gave many helpful thoughts to the
womanhood of the. chuSrch. The
message received every man and
woman who should resolve to put
forth every effort to protect
Die young womanhood of the race
ami that could be done by seeking
the l>est invironment for them and
see that all other pitfalls are
We are sorry to report so many
suk of the church which are as
follows: Sis. Martha T. Carter and
Sis 1 alley are still very sick- Miss
Addie George and Mrs. C Hanna
have been ill for two weeks or so.
Mr \\. L Myers has returned home
Irom the hospital and is able to
be up. We pray for these and s*ll
| others who are sick a speedy re
Next Sunday will be Quarterly
meeting at St. John and we a,-e
hoping all clubs and members will
make fine reports
We are always glad to see our
■is fairs at St. John We invite
SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev Pettis, Pastor
Connie Harris, Reporter
Sunday scliool opened at 9:30
o'clock, with the superintendent
At eleven o'clock, Rev. Reagans
presented an inspiring srmon. His
text was found in the 10th chap
ter of Matthews
BYPi: opened at five thirty with
the vice president presiding. Dif
ferent members of the groups par
ticipated in a Bible drill. Wo had
n lively BYPU.
At eight o’cock. Rev McQuire
presented the sermon. His text was
found in the 5th chapter of Jer
emiah and the 44th verse. His sub
There will he a pre-Easter Tea,
given by the senior choir at the
homo of Mrs White, 2604 Wirt St.
Horn's 2 to 6.
Sick of the church: Mrs. Elma
Porter, Mr. Austin, and Mr Tho
Visitors are always welcome at
PARADISE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev- Hurvey, Pastor
Sunday school hours have been
changed from 9 o’clock to 9:30. At
9:30 the superintendent opened the
Sunday scht-ol with a large group
present- We were glad t»o ack
nowledge five visitors. The school
was reviewed by Bio. Gamer.
At eleven a. m., our pastor
brought to us a wonderful sermon.
Subject, ‘‘Fe'ding ” Text, was found
'ti I Peter 1:5.
BYPU was well attended.
At eight p. m the pastor prea
ched to a very large and apprecia
te, audience. Truly the spirit of
the Lord was in our midst. His
text was taken from Mark 5:19
Subject. “Go Honio,:’ Quite a few
visitors worshipped with us during
tb-> morning and evening services
II you are hungry and desire spi
ritual food come and worship with
us at tho Pai-od'se Baptist church.
A Bible class has started and
anyone desiring o attend may do
so The class meets every Thurs
day night at the chuix’h at eight
MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHl'RCH
Rev- J. G Cates, Pastor
Helen S Bradshaw. Reporter
The Sunday school of Mt. Nebo
opened at the usual time with the
superintendent, Rro Conner, pre
sidin. The lesson, “Measuring A
Mans Worth,” and the Text. “How
much then, is a man better than
a ship?” Matt 12:12, brought on
much costroversy and argument
among the young men as to how
much they were worth.
Rev Gates preached a very spi
’rbo church services were indeed
spiritual with the presence of Rev
and Mrs. C L. Union and others of
the family. Rev L. C Crawford of
Zion was a visitor at Mt. Nebo
The BYPU was one of great en
thusiam under the direction of
Rev. J. A Harris The sermon was
enjoyed by all Sunday night
Thert. will be a national prayer
meeting at Mt. Nebo Friday,
March 4 from 10:00 to 4:00. All
are invited to come and worship
with us Mt. Nebo’s doors are al
ways open to visitors.
BETHEL A- M E. CHURCH
Rev. T. J- Sanford. Pastor
.!■ S Jefferson, Reporter
Sunday school opened at its us
ual hour, 9:45, with excellent at
tendance. All werc feeling real
springy. Subject for discussion,
Mark 5:1-17 Title “Measuring A
Mans Worth." All took great in
terest in their lesson.
At eleven o’clock. Rev. Sanford
took the stand. The, mornings les
son was Exodus 4:1-24. Text, “And
the I'Ord said unto him what is
that in thine hand? And he said, a
rod." Everyone enjoyed the ser
vices very much. We were pleased
to have Mr Brown from Texas
unite with us. Our visitors were
Miss Ethel Jones, Mr. Jefferson of
Des Moines Iowa and Mr. Lewis
Don’t forget the Spring Style
Show and Banquet given by the
choir, Friday night March 4- Tic
kets only 36c.
The menu: Roast Turkey and
dressing, mashed potatoes and
gravy, peas, salad, hot rolls and
coffee, and pie. Everyone please
buy a ticket from those who are
selling You will miss a treat If
you don’t attend. Miss Hida Woods
Mrs. Saunders is still on the
sick list and Miss Thelma Lewis is
reported much improved
Always remember our prayer
and class meeting every Wednes- !
day evening. Come and worship
with us. For news read the Omaha
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