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ZION BAPTIST CHURCH |
Rev. M. K- Curry, Pastor
Sunday school opened at 9:30 a
m„ witih Supt. F C Williams in
At 11 o’clock the pastor preach
'd another very inspirational ser
mon which » emed to have reach
'll the heart of everyone present
The senior choir was at its b'st in
spiritual sing'ng and especially
iid Mrs. Lula Bryant, who led ‘‘I
Am Coming Lord.” make an im
oress'on on the audience at largv.
Many visitors worshipped with us
At 8 p. m., a financial drive, <
ponsored by Mrs G. l'lanrgan
Mrs. Hatt’e Brown, was held. ,
•md the pastor pleached a short
oi-mon. The. two state's represent. ,
- d in this "ffort wen Texas and |
Missouri Missouri was the winner. .
BYPU opened at 6:30 p. m
At, 8 p. m , Rev. Crawford made ,
•i short talk
We an all looking forward to
the Fift’eth Anniversary of our,
church, A $6 000 drive is on,
which will close on the fourth
Sunday in May.
Next Sunday is young people’s
dj.y Wr hope to have a large
group of young people worship
with us. Mission meets each Mon
, day evening at 7:45.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev- D. Nlcholsoi, Pastor
| Sunday school opened at the u«
; mil h ur with Miss Rachel Cason
presiding All enjoyed the lesson.
Morning servie - was in high Th ‘
pastor brought fortih a wonderful
| message Subject. “Reward For
Evening n l'ice was wonderful,
j The spirit was very high and a
I happy time was had by all The
j ms tor brought forth unother stir
I ring message. Subject, "Look on |
1 Jesus." Mr O. Floyd was with us
all day with h's trumpet. Mr
Floyd will render a program for
the church April 4.
Wo are always happy to have
visitors with us
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proaching "middle ago."
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*426 N. 24th St. Ja. 9196
*422 No. 22nd St WE 0846
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•037 N. 24th St. At. 6810
*855 Maple St. JA 6116
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•Cleaning and Repairing
1918 No. 24th St.
American Wiener Shop
•609 N. 24th Street.
” KING YUEN CAFE
tOlOH N. 24th St. Ja. 8676
1602 N. 24th St._We. 4019
For real Cleaning and Laundry
Service Call DON’S
M 0566 2008 No. 24th St.
Rev. D. C. Stephenson, Prop.
ELITE CIGAR STORE
*812 N. 24th St.Ha, 4226
1904 N. 24th St We. 0998
B4th and Lake We. 0609
2114 No. 24th St. JA 3543
Our Sausage a specialty
2414 Grant St. We. MM
DONAHOO A HOYLE
Norge Appliance Co.
2423 Farnam St. Ha. 060C
W. F. HOCH
Grading and Excavation
4506 Ames Ave. Ke. 0313
24th and Lake We. 6444
2324 N. 24th St. We. 102V
EDHOLM A SHERMAN
2401 N. 24th St We. 6064
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40th and Forest Lawn Ke. ITSfc
1616 N. 24th St We. 473’.
BEN & KERM1T ANDERSON
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Estimates free Work Guaranteed
2801 Miami St. 2372 Binny St.
Phone WE 6826
BETHEL A. M E. CHURCH
Rev. T- J. Sanford, Pastor
J. S- Jefferson, Reporter
Sunday school opened «t 9:4rJ
with the superintendent pmsent.
Lesson for discussion. “Feeding
the Hungry’ Mark 6:30-34, The j
kason was well discussed, after j
which a splendid review was given
by Rev J W Williams. Many j
food thoughts were derived from
At eleven o’clock our present
mesiding elder gave us a wondkr
'ul message, Psalms 44:1, Matthew
:25 and Jobe 14:14. Everyone re
eled the message with great joy.
iVa had a large congregation and
i large number of visitors present j
\mong Ijhcm weak? Mrs, |J. W S
iVilliams, Mrs Strange from T n.
lessee and Mrs. Suggs from Hia.
\atha Kas. of Bethel AME church
iVe were wry glad to welcome
■lister Lula Thornton back in our
icrvice after an absence of two |
\Kjeks- on account of a sprained
At 3:00 p m„ Rev R. A Adams
jpened the service, with hymn No. i
189, “At Last and D:d My Savior
Die,’ The script ups text for the
tvening, St John 17:13, after
which we had a prayer by Rev. D.
W Bass. Rdv W C Onwt.ll. the
pn tor of Clair Chapel delivered a
wonderful message. Text. Lute
22:19, “And he took bread and
gave thanks ’ After wh’ch Rev. P
C Stephenson of Allen Chapel of
South Omaha extended an invita
tion to the membership.
At 7:30 our regular services
convened The second Sunday night j
of the Un’on service of Cleaves
Temnle. ‘Have You Got Good Re
evening St. John 14:1-17, read l.y
presiding eld°r Rev. .1 W Williams
A special song service was ivnder.
ed by the jumior choir of Cleaves
Temple “Have Nou Got Good Re
ligion.' \fter which Rev Bass took
the stand H's text was found in
St. John 8:12, '‘Then spake Jesus
again unto ‘.hem saying I am the
light of the world he that follow
Me shall not walk in darkness but
shall have the light of life’ The
holv spirit abided with us Come
and join us in otir Union meeting
end visitors are allways welcome
Prayer and class are every Wed.
CHHKCH OF GOD
Elder S- S. Spoght, pastor
Sunday School opened at 10 a.
m with it gular devotion. Lesson
Subject ,‘Folding The Hungry.’
Mark 6-34:44. Lesson well tought
by Mr Joe Eldens, an efficient ad
With the hungry mass facing the
Christian world today (leaning Jes
us's attrtudj. toward such ones)
how great the need that we as
God’s p -ople, everywh re- busy our
selves in kingdom servvice; feeding
the spiritually hrngry mass. Shall
not rather separate our si Ives as
Christians from the things of wor
ld;and make our mission that of
the disciples, lifting up Christ ‘in
righteousness' to the hungry mass.
Maiming worship was very good
Devtion 11:30 a. m. message by
pastor, Subject:“What the Christ
ian Should Do ' Text:Math. 5—16.
Such a 1< autiful picture of the
life of a Christian was drawn from
the word of God.We feel such mess
ages of truth should be the more
heralder thought (he churches of
Omaha; realizing (he growth of a
Chritsian depends upon the spirual
vitamin recieved (from gospel food.
May God inspire His watchmen
to cry aloud. ‘Spare not, and show
forth the righteousness of Chris
Evening worship was inspiring.
Pastor preached in ‘The Church
of God.’ Too much emphasis can
not be placed on hhis thought (so
gieatly strtsffd by the speaker)
that , Jesus, the founder of the
church built just ‘One:’ That all
God's people belong to it; that it
has one message; and is the only
one on record
An interesting YPM at 6 p. pl
each Sunday evening
We invite you to comp. We pro
mise that you receive sound gospel,
pioved, that cannot he denied
It was a high afternoon Sunday
for thf. mass meeting of the Union
Mission at Paradise Baptist church
It was a thought that God gave
Rev. E U Johnson, to bving the
churches of this city together in
one great Union We do feel within
omselvgs that He is pleased with
this program. There were repre
sentatives fom several chuehes of
the city A short program was ren
dered by Sis. Hill Those on the
program wen Sister Minnie Bry
ant of Salem, Mrs Frederick and
Mrs. McGee of Morning Star
Thf, Holy Spirit always runs
high in our meetings Everyone is
welcome to attend.
Mrs F Bassett Reporter
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH
Her. G- B Stevensen. Pastor
Mrs- Dixon, Reporter
Our pastor being absent. Rev,
Thomas spoke to us from Phil
4:19. Text, My God shall supply
all your needs" Subject. "God's
Visitors who worshipped with u*
v.vre Mr and Mrs. Harry Par
ker of St. John AME, DcWillie
Halsey of St John. Gilbert Hub
bard of Sinclair, Nel>r. Gerais
Ware of Kansas Cjty, Lawrence
McClain of Kansas City. Sylvia
Ware and Annie McOmber. teacher
at Technical high school
BYPU was conducted by the i
junior group. Thry presented a
Evening services were in charge
of the young peoples group. For
one hour, with Mr Roy Gordon
leading the group discussion on the
problems that confront them today.
Those opening the discussions
were Mr Reynolds, Miss Ella Mae
Mills. Miss Ora Lee Britt and Miss
Bernice Grice Young people from
different churches joined in the
discussion Old and young were
quite enthusiastic over the, d'ffdr- j
rat subjects You will be hearing ,
from these young pcr^plr again,
CHRIST T5MPLE CHURCH
Rev. L- M Relf, Pastor
Sis Edna Pankey, Reporter
The Sunday school opened at
9:30 a. nv Tho lesson was. ",Fe d.
ing the Hungry ” Mark 6:37.
The morning sermon was brou
ght to us by our pastor Rev. Relf
His subject was, ‘‘Pick Up Thy
Cross and Follow Me-f’ St. Matt
The International Sunday
School Alliance met at our church
in the afternoon. There was a very
large attendance and the two ban
ners were won by Christ Temple
Tho BYPU met at 6 p. m
Th|- evening sermon was preach.
<d nty Rev Rdf. His subject was,
,"Humanity.” Dent 28:1-14
Sunday n’ght was the starting
of our revival It will last through,
out the week and n rhaps next.
Wo cordially invite you to conn
arid worship with us
ST. JOHN AME CHURCH
‘ The Friendly Church”
Rev- R. A Adams. Pastor
The Sunday school op lied at the
usual time of 9:30 a m. with Misi
Ada Lee Walker, district superin.
tendent. presiding Th<« attendance
of the school was increased ovet
the attendance of the previou:
The Minute Men’s rlub was u
charge of the morning services
Dr. A L Hawkins ga'" an addres<
on the purpose of the club Solo’s
were rendered by Mr. Fred Da vi
and Mr II I, Piston. Rev F 5
Goodlet.t, ex-mode rahor of tlv
| New Era Baptist Association de
livered a very inspiring mf ssage
i His Text was found in James 4:8
“Draw now to God and lie wil
i draw now to you ”
Wo wish to congratulate the
MinuV Men on their program an<
- the fine work tth,*y have done foi
the church in the past, and ma>
thefy he ni l to do just as much ir
The 40 to 66 Association of
America meets every Friday night
at Piona r’s Hall ait the Court
House at 8 o’clock. Good speaking
You are welcome
MT MORIAH BAPT. CHURCH
Rev. F- P Jones, Pastor
..“And they said one t* another.
‘Did not our hearts burn within
us while he talked with ug by the
way and while he opened to us the
The above describes the reaction
upon many, the splendid sermons
heard throughout thr day Rev.
Jon"s chose as a subject for the
morning worship, ,‘Spiritual Fruit”
A sermon that was practical as
well as spiritual.
Rev Georg. White delivered the
message for the evening worship.
Ho chose for a subjt ot. “The Heal-|
ing Power in Manifestation ” The
text for his message being John
5:8. Many facts which furnish'd
food for thought were gained from
this sermon The choir sang ioma
very touching songs at both the
evening and morning worship. Of
pnrticclar note was Mi's. Ethel Gar
diner’s rich alto voicec as she sang
from out her soul. Also the choir
is practicing some ItautifuJ Eas.
Tho BYP'U is preparing for a
local talent program the last Sun.
day in this month.
Owing to the quarterly board
m<4 ting holding their session at
the church March 22-24 the Willing
Workers club will change the date
of thier entertainment on Friday
March 25 instead of the 24th
The sick as a whole are doing
well. We aiv glad to report that
Sis Jones ’s able to sit up a short
while each day and is improving
Visitors are always welcome
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MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev- J. f» Mosley, Pastor
Mrs. Lenora Parker. Reporter
The services w.re spiritually
h’gh all day Sunday
R -v. Young of the St John Bap
tist church preached a soul stirring
sermon at 11 a m.
Rev. J S Anderson of Muskogee.
Oklahoma preached a wonderful'
'■"rmon for th* Mission Society at
The pastor preach!d at the even,
’ng service. He brought forth a
wonderful message Subject, ’Seek,
Mt Olivo invites the public to
meet us at Mt. Njbo Baptist
church at 3 o’clock next Sunday,
Mt. Olive is growing steadily un.
d?r the leadership of Rev and Mrs.
J. P Moslry
We invite you to attend our ser.
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King: Yuen Cafe
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