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zion nv-risT c!,'”*ni
Rev. M K Cu rv. r *, or
Sunday school up f’ d at 3 ."0 •>
m. with a large number pm nt
At 11 o'clock the pastor preach’d
ed a special sermon to the women,
sir.re if; was Women’s Day The
nnper hy Mias Gertrude Lucas was
very interesting. A large delega
’ion of women from all parts of
the efry worshipped at the church
Aft 3 p. m, a very interesting
a-nttm was nendi red- Papers
-<r^d by Miss Gladys Pullutn
and Mi’s. C- C Dudley ar>l several
musi -nl numbers were included in
RYPlf opened at 6 p. m The
program was given by Group
At 8 p m Rev. G k Wbreler of
I do, Ohio n’e-rch-’d a short and
!"‘pWrr' sermon. Hi* *ext was
•'l.”tn from 1 Kngs 18:21 “Why
' vo between two opinions?’’
*f>s sn/hieo‘ was “A True Prom’se
f God.” Roy. Wheeler came to
on pceotmt. of the ilD^ss
•d depth cf his bro1 h>r, Mr Tom
RHT1IRI. R4PTIST CHURCH
R“V C. O H'ckeTHon. Pastor
Joshua Henderson. Reporter
TVio Btpli«t church has
'•'Ihrt Rev. f! Q Hickorsrvq from
T <tv>ka, Kansas, for their pastor
| HV is sriv"*; one Sunday a month
'• «* "«M1 |ho moves h^re some
. ton". His nf’XJf, trip will be
Ore nl-'n tin*) wns iqipcduced hv
• •'"stw wns itio divide the church
halves, and name each s:de after
«• "’o cn<m‘rv. These two cou.ntr1'es
’1 •V|**ir% to «ry whnt country
- "•> 1 '**Jn hv March 27
” xVwstwt Hendeirson accepted
the leadership of a eonntrv no'
" ”i I it F'h’onia Mrs. R" xie
r,e| |eq took the othir side and
mrd her cnmntrv H^lv. Ethiopia
- •'enti.fi ^248 .17. I“e'y reported
The Sunday school. RYPU in
iict all of (the auxiliaries are
We w« loome von to Bethel
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i ! * HI CH \PEL M. E CHURCI
Rev. W T Conwi II .Pastor
A week of special services wil
■ h i Tut iday right, Aprl * witi
Che StJothn Bap.iist chui-ch an<
choir in charge <,f services.
Wedrt sday. April 6, with Mt
NVbo Baptist church. Rev Gaitei
and choir in charge of service
Thursday, April 7, Ft' v Win Adam
of Union Memorial Church o1
South Omaha will be in charge Or
Friday a special musical and ter.
uy p ogrnm will be rendered
Sunday April d will be Women1!
Day with an all day program by
he v cnvri of the church and
Ethel Kirtley and C M. Farmer
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev, I) Nicholson, Pastor
Sunday school opened at tho
usual hour wi h Miss Rachel Castn
presiding The s hool was in a goad
spirit and all had a happy, tme.
Morning service was enjoyed by
all The paiPor brought forth an
interesting sermon. Subject, “Ask
ing and Receiving ” The spirit was
hig,h' . ...
Evening services were high, with
n large group of youths p’x>.sei<
The pastor preached an ther stir
ring mossage from St. Luke 16:1
10 Subject. “A Wise Steward.”
Come to Clarinda and receive a
duel Mossing. Visitors are
spiritual bl issing. Visitors are
PARADISE II \PTIST CHURCH
Rev- L. H Hcrvey, Pastor
Sister Wylcy, Reporter
Attendance was go-cd art Sunday
At 11 a m the pastor brought
forth a wonderful message. Sub.
.pot “Confidence in God" Text,
•‘Wait on God.”
At 8 p m the pastor and his
congregation went ( Mit. Ntbo
Baptist church where Rev Hcrvey
preached for the City Mission.
At 0 o’clock Itlhe BYPU had a
The averting services were in
charge of the pastor. His subject
was, “The Christian Race ” taken
from Hebrew 12:1.
All pastors and their churches
mo inrvVied to join Paradise in two
weeks of revival services
M l’. OLIVE CHURCH
Rev. J P Mosley. Pastor
Mrs. Lenora Parker, Reporter
Sunday school opened at 10:00
o’clock by the superintendent, Miss
Rov. Crawford of Zion Baptist
church ptiLuohl'd a soul stirring
sermon, and at! 3 o’clock the
Yeung Ministers’ Alliance rendered
a program. Rev. Pettis of Salem
was the principal speaker. This
program was sponored by th-c
Pastor’s Aid. Mrs. Lucy Hendersor
At 8 o’clock the pastor preacher
a wonderful sermon, Subject, “A
i Call to Service.’
l|-v. Wm tCIliHytifpi. pasltor o(
Beulah Baptist church of Council
Bluffs will worship with us Thurs
day night, Match 31. Hs church
and choir will also be present.
We are delighted ip have visit
MT. MORIAH RAPT. CHURCH
Rev. F- I’ Jones, Pastor
F- Burroughs, Reporter
Services throughout the day
were as usual.
Attendance was excellent owing
perhaps to the balmy wetither. The
sermons were exceptionally good.
At the morning worship the text
for it he subj., ‘Another Mile.’ was
found in Matthew 5:38
Communion will be observed
next Sunday morning.
The sick of itlhe church are doing
nicely. Mrs, Jones is still improv
ing We are also glad to sec Mrs
Catherine Sanders present. -
Many visitors were present dur
ing the morning worship. We ex
tend a welcome to them all
lit bong the fourth Sunday, the
auxQariee and clubs made thei
monthly reports to the church.
“The Feasit in the Wilderness,’’
lust Friday night proved to be a
lovely affair- Much feasting on all
kinidn of goold things tet eat and
fun was had by all who attended.
The perfect attendance record in
the BYPU wag mjade by Mr.
Visitors are always welcome to
all services and entertainments.
UNITED 7th DAY ADVENTIST
Riley Rice. Deader
.1. O. Watson, Reporter
Thie Sabbath school opened a*
9:30 a- m. with an interesting
studv of the scripture about Jesus
Church services began at 11:00 a.
m. with a various sermon about
Jtsus Christ and His Father
Missionary meeting began a
3:30 p. m- Sabbath evening whicl
This coming Sabbath Bishop .T
K. Humphrey of New York, wil
speak at the church, April 2
MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev- Gates, Pastor
Helen Bradshaw, Reporter
The Sunday school was opened
[ at 9:25 with r.ibe assistant superin
tendent, Rev. Leffall, preaid’ng
| The lesson was taught by Rev.
Bailey of Christ Temple, TTie
' subject was, “Wrong Ideas of Re
1 ligion ’’ Gen ral lesson text, Mark
1 7:1-13. The Golden text was, “This
I p.<ople h noreth mp wih their
• lips, but their healths are far from
Mark 7:6 There developed an
interesting discussion erneng th
| youti • people of tihe Sunday school
Ms ta tiheir ideas and ideals <»n
, religion. Rev- Hailey was a com
p« tent teacher and wag able to
i bt ing out facts as to religion.
I Rev. Renfrow had charge of the
morning services. His text was
I found in the 35th chapter of Isaiah
| Hia subject was. ‘Will You Work?1
The Union Mission met at Mt.
\rebo Sunday afternoon I am sure
hat I speak with the sentiment of
all those present that cur hearts
d*d burn within us as Rev. Hervey
j of Paradise Baptist church,
brought us a sermon which was
overybR what we needed He spirit
■ ually set the church on fire with a
mo:i': needed sermon, ‘‘Set Your
House Ini Order-’’
Brother Willis of St- John Bap
tist church delivered a soul stir
ring address. Rtev. C L Union sang
trom tlhe depths of his soul. We
are inviting everyone to come and
bp with us in ijhe next fourth Sun
day at Paradise Church
The BYPU was very interesting.
The evening service® were enjoy”
j ed by all All are invited to come
and worship with us unto God.
BETHEL A M E CHURCH
Rev- T. J Sanford, Pastor
J. S- Jefferson, Reporter
Sunday school opened at its
usual hour. 9:45 with excellent
j attendance Subject for discussion-,
i * Con-esting- Wrong Ideas of Reli
gion.” Mark 7:1 Itio 13 All teach
1 <-rs were present Classes took a
gieat interest in itfhe lesson. The
girls are vGry a ed find the
boys are very surprised about the
gir)8 getting th|e collection and at
tendance banners Wake up boys,
we girls are afler you.
At 11 o’clock Rev Sanford
preached from Jobe 2:1. His text
“Again there wag a day when the
sons of God came to present them
selves before the Lord And Satan
came also among them to present
himself before the Lord.” His
^ sermon was very inspiring to the
We were very pleasV'd have
visitors with us in our morning
service. They were: Mrs Simpson,
Mrs James and Mrs A Harrington
At 8 o’clock, /the senior choir of
Cleaves Temple rendered a special
song service. Prayer by Rev Eyer*
! son and scripture lesson for the
evening, Matthew 5:1 to 12, read
j by Rev Bass, after which Rev.
Ross the, Presiding Elder of the
Karos Conference, brought, to us
Ja splndid message from ZechariaV
I 4:6. “Then he answered and spake
unto me, saying, this is the wore
'of the Lord” The holy spirit waf
high in Beithel all day.
The Uni- n setvees are brimg'nf
life to the church Conte and wor
ship with us.
| The sick of the church are Sis
Frances Cloud. We pray that sir
will so-cn recover and be Ivack tv id
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CHRIST TEMPLE CHURCH
Rev. L. M. Relf, Pastor
Edna l anky, ltepcrter
Sunday March 27, Sunday school
opened at 9:30 a in. w lh a large
attendance, and lots of happy boys
and girls, full of inthustam as to
what the day would bring for*h.
In th ■ abse ce of th» pastor, Rev
Goodwin, assistant paster was in
charge of the service. Rev Goodwin
preached an inspiring sermon foun *
in Psalms 15, subject, "Change of
Our II Y P U opened at 6:00 p.
m. under the direction of Miss Ruth
Hershey. There was a good attend
ance and a lovly pregram,
At the 8:00 p. m. service, we had
the pleasure of listening ito a very
beautiful sermon preached by our
own Rev L Hunley. Among the
visitors present were Mr. Bryce and
Mr G McKinracy. Visitors are
always welcome ait Christ Temple
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PLEASANT GREEN CHURCH
Rev. J H Reynolds, Pastor
Willa Mae Ross, Reporter
Sunday school, 9:00 o’clock with
the superintendent presiding. The
I Busy Bee class went on an excur
sion to (the Hillside Presbyterian
Morning worship, 11:00 o’clock.
Song by the choir, aynd prayer for
the sick by ,Rev. Green The sermon
was pruached by Rev. Reynolds
Remarks were made by Rev. Green
I explaining about the Popularity
I Contest which was to be on Mon
i day nighit, Mardh. 28 at Pleasant
Visitor, Mr. Willie B. Wayne.
BYPU at 6:00 o’clock with the
livening service ait 8:00 o’clock.
Prayer for the sick by Rev- Cald
well Duct by Mrs. McGuire and
Mrs- Rarge. Solo by Miss Buxton
; A lovely semen was preached.
Rev. C L Union went to Sioux
City. Iowa to have charge of a
meeting that started March 7 and
ended March 18. There were 12 to
I be baptized. He has returned to
the city and Itold what a joyous
i time he had while away- Remarks
I were made by visitors thait were
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| This Week In
Thought and Religion
By Robert L. Moody
uoi)t!|nuiissi(| )noi|ji a.vo-j
We are led to think of the great
love and friendship which existed
between Jcnathan arxl David, when
using t;ho above expression.
Recently a young Japanese artist
made a drawing of a Chinese moth
er and child This was to be sold at
a benefit sale to aid China and was
bought by a Chinese business man
in New York.
This young Japanese said, ‘I give
this drawing to make Americans
understand that the Japanese are
hat all militaristic. I am just as
distressed for Japan as for China
because whereus irv China, people
are killed and hearts are broken; in
Japan, —children will to raised
with hearts hardened to a race next
them, if they wini this war*
Is this not a wonderful lesson for
all Americans to learn, as we con
sider itho existing race hatred be
ween Negroes, whites, and Jews
May wfe not prefend tp, love by ex
pression words but let iit be without
| dissimulation of deeds
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