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CHRIST TEMPLE CHURCH
Rev. L. M. Keif, Pastor
Edna Pankev, Reporter
Easter Sunday was a beautiful
day amt a great day at our church.
Otrr Sunday school attendance
At the 11 a. m. servic we had
the pleasure of listen ng to a mess
age from Rev. Wilson of Episco
pal church of Lincoln, Nebr. The
text was found in St. John 20:20.
The sermon was enjoyed by all
present. Among the visitors pre
sent was Rev. O. J. Burckhardt of
At 7:80 p. m., our Sunday school
and HYPU gave a lovely program.
We were glad to have as our mas
ter of ceremonies, Mr. Edward
Goodwin, honor graduate of Tech
Out' three months raly was a
great success. The church was di
vided up in three groups, senior
women, junior women and men’s
group. The men brought in the
THere will be a banquet given in
the near future, Mr, W. Hogan,
captain of the men holding the hon
C.omo out and worship with us.
Visitors are always welcome.
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MORNING STAR BAP. CHURCH
Rev. Geo. E. White, Pastor
Mrs. W. E. Fredericks, Reporter
Sunday school opened at the us
ual hour, with a large attendance
present, with the superintendent,
Mrs. Stromile in charge.
A beautiful program was ren
dered. A paper, “Easter” was read
by Mrs. Mary Williams, the chil
dren and adults were given eggs.
At 11:30 a. m. Rev. White de
livered the message. Subjet“A
Risen Christ.” Text Matt. 28:0.
At 6 p. m. BYPU opened with
a large attendance. The general
lesson subject, was ‘Victory Ou1
of Defeat.’ The lesson was taught
by the president, Bro. Johnson.
At 8:00 p. m. the message was
again delivered by Rev. White
subject, ‘A Great Commission.
Text, Matt. 28:19. Visitors present
with us: ministers; Reverends .1.
C. Crowder, Braggs, N. C. Cannon
and Collins. Others were Mis,
Holt, Mrs. Crowder and Mrs.
Hopkins and our own Mrs. Parth
enia Smith, who has been out of
the city. One who we are glad to
welcome back in our midst again
Bro. Vealand and Deacon Jenkins
of the Pleasant Green Baptist
The Missionary Society is doing
a great work under the leadership
of the pres, visiting the sick and
praying for them and contributing
Visit all our services. Visitors
are always welcome at Morning
PLEASANT GREEN CHURCH
Rev. J. H. Reynolds, Pastor
Willa Mae Ross. Reporter
Morning service was held at 6:00
a. m. Easter morning. Song by the
ehior. Prayer and then another
scng. It was told why Easter came
sometime in March and sometimes
in April. A lovely Easter sermon
was preached by the pastor.
Sunady school at 10:00 a. m
Easter Song service was held for
5 min. Teacher took i h irge of their
class for 10 min. Afterwards 'he
r.rogram was rendered. There was
judges to judge 'he best part in
H. program. And that was to be j
,,'ven at the Y.M.C.A. Wednesday
ight. Also <he second annual style
. view was held Wednesday April
Evening Service Song by the
hior. Prayer for the sick by Rev.
Union. Song A lovely Easter Cara
ts was rendered by the chior. It
was enjoyed by all. You are wel
omed to come t > any part of 'he
-service. Come one. Come all.
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METUOPOLITAN t ill .it .1
Kev. K. W. Johnson, i’astor
Mrs. Edna Mitchell, Keporter
Early Easter drama at 6:00 a.
ni. was a wonderful service.
Sunday school opened at 9:00
a. m. wiht a large attendance. Sis
Edna Mitchell is superintendent.
Wo ask for more new members. A
wonderful program was rendered
by the children, and all were gben
At 11:30 a. m. the choir opened
the service by singintr. The pastor
preached a wonderful sermon and
his subject was, “The Victorious
Christ” St. John 20:17. The spirit
was high. There was a large num
ber present and many babies were
Special service at 3 o’clok. Ser
mon by the pastor. Subjet, “Master
Builders,” 127 Psalms.The meeting
was a wonderful service and was
BYPU had a wonderful program
at 6:00 p. m. Sunday night the
drama was repeated and the veil
ing of one member on the Deacon
ess Board and four on the Healing
Pastor’s Aid meeting on Tues
Service Wednesday night preach
ing and prophesying.
Friday afternoon Missionary
Society meets Sister Milton pres.
We always welcome our friend*
Elder W. I. Irving, Pastor
Mrs. P. V. Avant, Reporter
The Church that stands for the
vanity of Gods People as a stand
aid of Christian Fellowship. Sun
day school was very well attend
ed. We had the Easter Progrm in
connection with the regular morn
ing service which was arranged by
Miss Maxscene Perkin and Mrs.
Owen Donald Gorum was master
of Ceremonies. After the program
the mothers of the children were
oiled upon who made very incour
Hging remarks concerning <he Eus
tee festival. We all had an enjoy
able- time. Evening service was
Bible Forum and Prayer meeting
Thursday at 7:30 P.M. You are
w Iconic to the fellowship of these
The 30th annual Baha’i conven
tion .April 27th to May 1st inclu
sive will be held in the Baha’i
House of Worship at Wilmet'e,
Illinois just north of Chicago. Be-'
cause of the expansion of the
American Baha’i Community, the
total number of delegates has been
increased from 95 to 171, bv the
Guardian of the Faith, Shoghi Ef
l'endi. These 171 delegates will
elect the National Assembly of the
Bahi'.’i lor the year of 1938-39,
accept the report of national of
fi ers and discuss the inter-Ameri
can ’caching activities; the three
Baha’i summer school program;
Seven year building plan ,for the
completion of the Temple. On Sat
urday e'ening, April 30th, the an
nual Ridvan Feast will be held.
This feast is observed each year
some time during the twelve days
between April 21 to May 3rd, for
it was during these twelve days
in 1863, that Baha’U’llah, the
Founder of the Faith, announced
to a few of His followers that He
was the c ne whose coming had
been foretold by the Bah, His
Forerunner. The garden where this
memorable declaration took place
hns becon’c know to Baha'i is as
the “Gard n of Ridvan” and the
feast commemorating this even
as the Feast of Ridvan.
The Omaha Baha'is w’U hold
their annual election April 21st
and celebrate the Feast of Ridvan
Th" mission of the Baha’i Faith
is the achievement of the organic
and ‘-oiritual unity of the whole
bm'v of nations signaling t^e ad
vpn* of the coming age of the
"nHre human race. ,
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N i OLIVE BAPT. CURCH
Rev. J. I’. Mosley, Pastor
Mrs. Lenora Parker, Reporter
Five o'clock services were held
Easter morning and was soul stir
Miss l enzola Wilson opened
Sunday school at the usual time,
and it was well attended.
At eleven o’clock the pastor
preached a wonderful sermon. His
subject was "The Resurrection
I ower”, Matt. 28:6. Two were add
ed to the church.
BYPU at 6:00 o’clock was well
attended and all seemed to enjoy
The Easter program began at
8:00 p. in. and the children rendered
their parts well. Sunday, April 24
will be another high day Rev.
Johnson of St. John Baptist church
will preach at 3:00 p. m. which
will terminate the rally.
SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. C. C. Pettis, Pastor
Miss Carrie Harris, Reporter
Sunday school opened at 9:30
with the superintendent presiding.
Attendance was good.
At 11 o’clock, the pastor brou
ght us an excellent sermon from
Matthew 28:6. SujUict, “He is not
here, for He has risen as He said.”
The congregation was large and
seemed to enjoy every word spok
en by the pastor.
At 3:30 p. m., the Sunday school
and BYPU held their Easter pro
At 5:30 the BYPU opened with
the vice president presiding. An
other lively Easter program was
At 8 o’clock, the pastor Brought
us another good sermon from
Matt. 13: 45-46. Subject, “The
Pearl of Great Prices.
You are welcome at Salem.
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH
Rev. T. J. Sanford, Pastor
.1. S. Jefferson. Reporter
Sunday school opened on time,
9:45 with the school crowded to
its capacity, looking like flowers
in the spring time. With suits and
dresses of many gay colors. The
pupils were well instructed by
fheir teachers. Lesson was from
Acts 2:22-3(1. Many good thoughts
were drawn from 'he lesson.
Bringing us to Easter Sunday,
when we again celebrate the resur
rection of our Lord. Easter is the
'neatest duy in the church and the
most important day in the world’s
At 11 o'clock, Rev. Sanford prea
hed from Matthew 27:42. Tex*,
“He saved others; Himself, he can
not save. If He be the King of
Israel, let Him now come down
fiom the cross and we will believe
Him.” The whole congregation en
joyed his message. A large num
ber of visitors were present in the
Among them were: Mr. .1. 1).
Thornton and Mr. Roach. Visitors
ire always welcome t > Beth 1.
Th sick of the chu h is report
ed Brn. \V. P. Wade and is still
confined *o his bed and is in very
At 7:30, tthe Sunday school
pupils rendered a leautiful Eas
ter program. We \vi-h to express
our appieciatii n to Mr.-. J. I).
Thornton an 1 Mrs. A. Bn I no t fo
•heir faithful service in preparing
‘he children for the program.
Remember our prayer and class
'»ach Wednesday of the •week.
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«l?CONl) BA!'MS I CHURCH
< larh’da, Iow a
Rev. 1). Nicholson, Pastor
Sunday school opened ut the us
" i hour with a large attendance,
tl! seemed to have 'he Easier spi
it. Rev. Reagan of Omaha, taught
Morning service was in high.
The pastor* brought forth a won
derful sermon full of fire.
Evening service, the Sunday
s< hool had a wonderful program.
We are proud of our young people.
Wo were pleased to have as vi
s:tors all day, Rev. J. L. Reagan,
of Omaha; Deacon Charles A.
Simms and wife of Waterloo, la.
Sunday April 24, we will have a
■pecial program. Rev. C. Adams of
Omaha, Nebr., will be the guest
peaker. Come one and all and
njoy the day at the Second Bsip
ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. M. K. Curry. Pastor
Sunday was a high do*' «t /ton.
•Caster services were held bv dif
ferent departments of the church.
At 9:30, the Sunday school pre
sented an interesting Easter pro
gram. Baptising followed immed
ately after the program.
At 11 o’clock, the Senior, Inwer
•<1 and Junior choirs combined fur
ished the music for the morning
services. The pastor preached a
cry inspiring sermon. He "elected
his text, from Matt, 28:6. The bouse
■as packed to its capacity. There
"•ere fifteen added to our mem
’ "rship, ten of whom were for
baptism. Baptising wi>! take place
again next Sunday morning after
BYPU opened at 6:30 with the
r> esident, Miss Ora Lee Britt in
"barge. After the study of the
'">-son, a beautiful and touching
Tableau Easter pageant was pre
■“"ted, directed by Mrs. M. K.
Curry. It was highly appreciated.
A t 8 o’clock, the combined choirs
"-no’ and the pastor preached a
"hort sermon, taking his text f om
♦ he 27th Psalms.
','1 e first Sunday in May w'H
--'• the clog;ng of our $6,000
' •: and don’t forget we are cel
• • •"♦'ng the 50th Anniversary of
"• • • hur"h and many interest !n»
■ 4- will be promoted fr^m now
’’ he close of the celebra'ion.
" ’ ->"b1i<> if! c""')'a’lv invited to
• "t nnd be with us dur ng this
m; gn and celebration.
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. G. K. Stevenson, Pastor
Mrs. M. L. Dixon. Reporter
Faster and eggs brought an un
usually Large group of children
nut Sunday morning. Everyone in
the school, children and adults re
ceived an egg.
At 11:30 the pastor took his
tixt from the 25th chapter of
John. “I am the ressurection and
life.” Subject, "Jesus, the Self
Existing Christ.” Anything that
can exist itself don't need any
help or (assistance. Jesus don’t
. need us but we need Him. He
spoke of Easter as being the queen
of all the Sabbaths, and how it
took His birth, His life, His death
and resurrection to make life
complete. There .were \so many
visitors, all had to be acknowledg
I ed and welcomed at one time. We
are glad to have you visit Pilgrim.
Come again. There was one to
unite with the church. The Sunday
school Easter program was at 3
o’clock. This program was enjoyed
by a very large and appreciative
The discussion in BYPU was
quite interesting. All the groups
sang an Easter number together.
Prayer services each evening.
This week, preparatory to the re
vival beginning Monday. the
25th. Rev. J. H.Patten, Dcs Moines
Iowa will speak during the revival.
Mr. Frank Osborne, gospel linger
from Bryan, Texas for the scr
vices Sunday and will also assist
with the revival by singing gospel
songs. Don’t miss the opportunity
of hearing him.
UNITED SEVENTH DAY
R. Rice I eader
J. O. Watson. Repor'e.'
Subject, found in (- '*• 6:10 and
text, ''OpportunityAs we have
therefore opportunity, let us do
L ood unto all men, especially unt >
'hem who are of the household of
And this text will be preached bv
Elder ,1. Burden, th'- lo’ul pas'or,
Saturday morning April 23. Come
one and all. You are invit" 1.
Sabbath school opened at 9:30
,a. m. every Saturdf y morning.
Come out and study the holy words
of our I.urd and Savior, Jesus
Christ.Service every Saturday
morning and Missionary nee'ing
Saturday evening at 3:30 p. ;n.
and prayer meeting every Wednes
day evening from 7:30 to 9:30 p.
m. and everyone is cordially in
vited to attend these meetings.
MT. NERO BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. J. G. Gates, Pastor
Helen Bradshaw, Reporter
The Sunday school was opened
at the usual time with the super
inton 'ent in charge. The Sunday
s-bool lessoin was, “The Victorious
S' >vhn” (Easter). General Lesson
tnxt.s, Acts 2:21-36. The Golden
Text was, “This Jesus hath G >d
raised un, whereof we all are wi -
r euses,’* found in Acts 2:32.
The morn'ng services were trulv
full of the Easter spiri'. We were
honored to have Rev. C. L. Union
f Pleasant Green, deliver our
Easter sermon. His subject was,
"Whv Seek Ye the Living Among
the Lead?” The sermon was truly
spiritual food for 'he soul. The
Easter ‘Pirit was felt throughout
tbn whole day.
The BYPU' was very interesting.
'V 'her Bradshaw taught a very
i» "trii' tive lesson. The subject
was “Victory Out of Defeat ” Les
sen text, Mark 5:10-43. All are
invited to come an dte with us in
Our Easter program was very
interesting and full of the Easter
spirit. Mt. Nebo’s doors stand open
at all times for visitors.
This Week In
Thought and Religion
By Robert L. Moody
Recently the editor had the
editor had the honor and privilege
to attend a very inspiring meet
ing of Negro men. This group
seems to be anxious to personify
l’’p ideal: “Where there is unity,
there is strength.”
A s a grace, we have been the
i victims of a “divide 'em, rule 'em”
policy. We have made many efforts
to rid ourselves of this influence
Now. in Omaha, there seems to be
an “awakening” and a desire for
civic unity and solidarity. We hav •
several organizations such as th
Negro Chamber of Commerce
Omaha Branch of the National
Negro Congress, NAACP and th'1
4-C Club. The 4-C Club seems t >
bo an original and local enterpvis"
and many of our men are pled"
ig themselves to the principles of
So many movements nave negu i
in Omaha (Religious and Civic)
until the avei-age layman is pe<«i
mistid c.g. doubtful as to our
motives and success. But fellow
citizens, let us look away from
“the cross to the glittering ero'"n ”
We ask of you leaders of thes «
new movements: Be true—be of
good couragp, “like men *>•«
strong.” If this is done, ther
laymen sknll stand by vou to *'•
end and ever march forward
•• otovjous future in our commuo t
^hoe PHHp or
Shoes look new again
••Sth our new invisible half soling
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A Child Health Day Feature
On How New York School*
Are Teaching Dental Hygiene
This unenthusiastlc young lady
typifies thousands of New Yor*
i school children who visit Guggen
heim dental clinic regularly for les*
sons in oral hygiene and practical
instructions in correct care of the
teeth. Objecting at first, they soon
find careful attention to the teeth
obviates painful dental sessions in
.ii i pi»h nmn i
Each youngster's toothbrush ti
kept in a sterilized rack container
at Guggenheim clinic, to be used
regularly for "drill” purposes.
These students are goint, through
their "daily dental dozen” with vim
Off stride, they're being shown
the correct brushing movement un
der supervision of a graduate den
tist and nurse. Rubber aprons pro
L’.tOfi No. 2till SI. « I. 171
Open wide! Youngsters with teett
In bad need of cleaning first under'
go a thorough dental scouring, thei
move to the brushing room when
they are taught to keep them spot
On the first vtsi. to the clinic. thJ
child’s teeth receive a thorough ex-*
aiiim.it ion Cavities are filled and,
as a last report, bud teeth extracted.
The little patient may decide wheth
er the anesthetic be local or gen
eral. This child is taking gas
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belpa Nature tone up the system,
thus lessening the discomforts from
the functional disorders which
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