The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, July 30, 1938, Page Four, Image 4

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    CHURCH NEWS !
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Duffy Pharmacy
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24th and LAKE STREETS
PRESCRIPTIONS
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•We Pay Cash
For Old ft Ant! up
Guns
WE 28fii> 521 No. 161 h St.
AMERICAN |
WEINER SHOP
2309 North 21th Street
Best Chili aid P t Hot Dogs |
in the West j
All Kinds of Sandwiches j
HOME MAD i 18EAMI
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Shoe Pride or Shoe Shame
Shoes look new ngnin
with our new invisible half soling.
Lake Shoe Service
2407 LAKE ST.
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Slightly Used
Garments
HATS, SnOKS.* COATS,
SUITS
SOLD VI’ LOW COST
Hoorn 201 Crounse
Block
OPPOSITE POST! FPICE
CITY livpr TO BE HELD ON
5th SUNDAY AT MT. MORIAH
Th<‘ City BYPU will me t »t th
Mt. Moriah Bapti t Church, 24th
nr.d Ohio Streets, July 31st at 6;30
p.m.
A sp'-cial program will be ren
dered. Al.o Echoes from th . Con
grress in .Tuske^ee, Alabama, Ev
eryone is welcome at all times.
.fir, t *n. C oper, President,
C.e ild'no Hayden, Corr. Secy.
SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. E. H. Hilsoii, Pastor
Carrie Harr's, Reporter
Sunday schorl was open at 9:30
with the superintendent presiding. .
i Cooper gave another re
gion Yreti n Sunday; was very
lovely.
At 11 o' clock service Rev. Hil- ,
s n pi • acted ary educational
mess:'"-. His subject, ''The Tal
ents'." He brought it out in such
a manner that e'eryorie had a
clear vision <:f the message. As
you know Rev. Ililscn is noted for
that all over the United States,
.UYPU at 6 o’ci ek with presi
dent Cooper pro iding.
A wonderful pr .'run was given
by group number 2. It was enjoy
ed by everyone.
At K o’clock service there wrf;
no p eaching. Instead our choir
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MICKFAN MTMDEH CO.
19»h & Nicholas JA. 5000
| *!>• JJCDC jCOOCOOO
FOR SAFE- Mrrnvn 5 Pass. Pr
>ii' o Sr A? •», Maroon, f> wheels &
Tires, Mechanically Sound $85.00
See nt North Side Transfer, 2111
Grnnt.
“The APEX BAR’”
1818 NOltTtl 21th ST. ]A t
Fine LIQUORS and Wines
Dinners & Short Orders Served
also 1 ho Place Where All Are One Family
WILL BALANCE YOUR BUDGET
With modem EloctrSc Refrigeration, you
- -axe all, spj |o sgve pn '.'Saturday Spe
cials." For you can buy bargains galore
—and keep them solely until you aie
ready to use them. In many other ways
you'll find Electric P -r
budget's best,, frier? .
SEE THE 193 S
E« 3TRIC REFRIGERATORS
Ask your dealer to show you the new
well-planned, well-designed Electric Re
frigerators. You'll readily see why their
Better Val’ies in PpH-r Dving!
SHE YOUR DEALER
Enjoy BETTER LIVING
with Cheap Electricity!
presented a spiritual musical.
In honor of Samu l Dorecy on
Dorecy Sunday many beautiful
songs were sung.
,'hr sick of the church is Mrs.
Ver.-ie Carter.
Visitors are always welcome at 1
Salem.
CLAIR CIIAPEL ME CHURCH
Rev. G, D. Hanock Pastor
Sunday scho 1 0:30 A. M
Preaching 11:00 A. M.
Epworf.h T <>a"ue 6:30 P. M.
Preaching 8:00 p. m.
Even though the Sundays con- ;
tinuo hot our faithful scholars are |
foural in their regular places on
Sunday morning. The attendance
has been very good and we are
happy over this.
At the mrrning services Rever
end Hancock selected his text
from Isaiah 12:3 ..Therefore with
by shall ye draw water out of
th- well of salvation.”; A gord
sermon well delivered to a recep
ember. Don’t forget Wednesday
worshipped with us. We bid them
welcome and invite them to come
Mjrain. At three o’clock the pastor
and choir attended union services
Vlb'-'m Hnpl'-t Whurch. There
•ill b.* a museial at the church.
.;•]) ,i Miami Sts. Thursday night
rue out fo a nonjoyable evening
’he tr k i3 well started and many
c, people belonging to the
. ' (;: of Ipureal are now to he
-u in th land of Succoth and
nm and the Red Sea. A 1 ng
iard march >s a head but heyound ;
It all lies the Promised Land |
which must be reached by Sept- i
ember. Don't cur Wednesday
night services and plas attnd.
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH
Rev. T. J. Sanford, Pagtor
J. S. Jefferson, Report r
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Sunday wan another great day
in Bethel. Beginning with th
Sunday school. With, a very la re
number present. I e on discu ed
from Judges 13 to 16. The Golden
Text. ‘Have no' I com man-ed
thee 1 Be strong and of good cour
iiThe lesson was w 11 lm- rust- |
ed by all teachers. After thirty
mir.utcq of diacms'or, the school
was call -1 to order by t • sup-r
intendvit. A rpl ndid review v-a
given by one of our young girl
In the person of Miss Pl.t’ C
Mrs. J. D. Thorton< ! a i
Si'll ! 1 , - !••? I'’:'' *. '
1’ minutes after th close of school
in payer oorv i.'e for the benefit o
lour young hoys and girls, trying
i to influence them to join the
! ohuith. ,
;gavo us a splendid message from
j James 1:18. All enjoy d his. won -
derful message.
Candidate ter Ciuel Justice
o.
Supreme Court of Nebraska
PRIMARY L1L. CI ION AUG. tlh '
WB3SfcSx.Ji. asm2 ^ssm. s
C. A. SORENSEN
ABLE, PROGRESSIVE, INCORRUPTIBLE
A LAWYER OF EXPERIENCE, JUDG
MENT AND CROAT COURAGE
•
Former Attorney General C.
A. Sorensen will speak over
KFAB-WOW SUN., AUG.7,5 p.m.
(Political Adverti:em«nt)
At 7:30 our Union service con-’
vened at Cleaves Tempi®. A spec
ial son gervice was rendered by
the senior choir It v. Sanford se
lected his text from. Deuteronmy
32:11. "As an eagle strieth up
her nest,” The church was filled
with the holp spirit. A large num
ber of visitors was present.
Mr. Robert Gray and Mrs. Phil- ;
lips from Prescott, Ark., and i
many others.
The A. C. E. I/eague holds their
regular gervice at 0:30 Sunday
evening of eacch week.
Visitors are always welcome to
Bethel.
Our regular prayer and class
service Wednesday evening of
each w'eek.
CHRIST TEMPLE CHURCH j
Rev. L. M. Re!f, Pastor
Edna pankv, R porter
Sunday school opened nt 9:30
a- m. with o good attendance. Our
pahtor, delivered two splend d
sermong. The morning message
was found in Jo bun, 7-7
The evening lesson. Hebrews
IT, sublet, “Faith.’* Many out
standing thoughts were brought
out that were appreciated by the
congregation.
BYPU at 6:00 p. m. Come out
and worship with ws. Vis itors are
always wt Iconic.
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MT. MORIAH I1APTIST
CHURCH
Re'*. F. P. Jons s, pastor
F. Burroughs, Repater
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The Sunday school was epen- d
at the usual hour with the a -
si slant superintendent Mrs. E. C
11 ill in charge.
Fcr the worship the pastor
brought an interesting serrr.cr
from Judges 7;13-lf.
At the evening worship Rev.
Edw. Bi a sly of New Hope C-p
tist church preach d for us. This
young* man i always ready and
wiling to serve at any time.
Friday evening l he Helping
HiiijiI club ii sponsoring a lawn
social to be he'd on the church
lawn.
The public ; .v’r d to attend.
Visiters • »•-. always welcome.
UJLGR ’; MVl’ISTP CHURCH
I.o'. <{. 13. ' .'c • e..::rn, Pa-lor
Sunday s.-hool began at 9:R0,
- i;h i ula flat; V ; r
At 1():45 devotional services wer
irted by Rev. Well. The pas- I
t- • t Ids text from the 4F«lh
■ ir. v,
( ".I M’r, off .red for .ale.’
\ i-: were'Mr. rv1 Alt . John
J. t, of ' les.b-ft d*'<on Church, i
lr, an 1 Mrs. Willi- i
.
• t r 2nd ann.vervryj
and ’ ih annivers. vy of the ,
('hun h v !• e cel l rated at three ;
o’cli.'h vrth ether churches pa—I
t o" :’n 1 choirs respr/ling with ." ,
mu ; ,J seloctic n and three min. i
trJ'g. Stenvenson, the par
'tor's wife, was pr hented with a
t'eautful n -ran so from The M s
sien S:c'e y 'and o«,her gifts.
* . t, . o’elo ill Mr.
Deeiis,.".i v presiding?. At seven
o'cl the- vacation church school
hHcl.thtfif closing’ program.
With an enrollment of our 190
pupils and anattendance of over
8” daily (he schorl, hr a been a big
since •?. The teachers were Mrs,
M. C. Dixon, Mfs. C. Jackson, Mrs.
A. Robbins, Mrs. Campbell, Mr:
C. Me Ore Mrs. R. McCloud, Mr.?.
'Burton, Mrs. Fred Dixon.
Mr. H undton Miss Mabel Long
mire and Miss Enelyn Dortch.
Mrs. Dixon was presented with
a lovely boquot. We wiih t thark
Mrs. Snowden for her donation to
the school and the Mission Socie
j ty for making it possible to have
: a school. Pictures were made Sun
j day afternoon. A was held at
Eltnwood Park.
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Otto J.
I DEMOCRAT FOR i
County Treasurer
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(Political Advertisement)
>mt. calvary community
CHURCH
Rev. It, W. Johnson, Pastor
Mrs. Edna Mitchell, Reporter
Sunday school opened, at 9:30
by Supt. Sister Edna Mitchell an
hour was devoted to the lesson.
There was a nice attendance. 11
Service was opened by' the pastor.
Singing ‘The Lord is in His Holy
Temple’. Our pastor brought the
m:c bage from 1 Kings 1th chap,
ter—lQth verse, Subject Discour
agement wij as me.’ The sermon
was very inspiring and full of the '
Power of God. Th.j spirit van 1
high. One was added to the
church as a candidate for baptism (
At 3:00 o’clock the church in a
body worshipped with Morning
Star Baptist Church in a service (
sponsored by the Union mission.
Rev. R. W. John on brought the
message which was full of grace
and power. Everyone rejoiced in
the Lord. Subject was ‘Hand
writing cn the Wall’. 6-00 BY,
I’U. me ting every Sunday. Come
to this union as you can learn of
the Bible.
8:00 Service was opened by the
Choir. Our pastor preached a
soul stirring sermon from 2nd
Kings—2nd chapter, 9th verse—
Subject, ‘A Double Proportion’.
Tuesday night Pastor’s Aid.
Wednesday night regular serv
ice.
Friday afternoon Missionary
Society m ct. Sister Milt; n, is
President.
Ev.iVt Inez Smith ami Ev
angelist Bertha Brand of St. Jos.
eph, Mo., worshipped with Mt. ■
Calvary Community Church Sub- j
day Tniorning.
Mrs. Smith is the sister of Mrs
Eva Dixon and is here on account
of her illnets.
TUB CHURCH OF THE
LIVING GOD
Elder E. J. Clark, !'a-t r
Pastor Clark is inviting the pub
lic to worship with us in our meet
ing Sunday, Our “Chief Bishop"
J. P, Stuckey will begin a meeting
at the church Church, Wednes,'a ,
July 27 to August 1st. We will
appreciate your attendance very
much at any of our meetings.
Mission; meeting Thursday night
and prayer meeting Wednesday
night ef each week.
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ST. JOHN AME CHURCH
The Friendly Church
Dr. R. A. Adams, pastor
•
The Sunday opened with a v ry j
fine attendance. Th<. lessons wei'e !
taught', with great interest.
The young teachers in the
(1 ildren’sl department aredelng
fin".'
Dr. Adam t<>rk hi: t'St from
Sr. Mark first chapter and 24th
ver: e. His subject was “The Devils
Challenge.”
From this subject, some c, f the
thoughlr; to be remember* d are as
follows.
The Devil Challenge really
means the Challenge againgt the
means the Challenge again t tlv'
In the commercial world, when
Churches cent- on page 8
Robbin’s Pharmacy
2306 No' 21th St, WE 17H
Cleo Cota
Quoeg of Sparkling Drink
I2cz. for Be
HER5! AN FRIEDLANDER
PROPRIETOR
' “EAT FI RISCH.M ANN'S
YEAST FOR HEALTH”
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24th and Lake Street
VVEhster 5144
Mr. M. F. Mulvaney, president
I of the Beard of Education, is a
republican candidate for Congress
in the 2nd district. I have known
this man for some time as a re
spectable Christian gentleman. He
is now a member of the I Method,
ist church <f Omaha ard a teacher
in the S. S. As president of the
Board of Education, Mr. Mulvaney
wa* instrumental in openirg up
the way fer colored teachers in
the Omaha school system. His in
terest in the culture of our race
was evident when the Central high
school was given to 12 churches
last April for the presentatin of
the 4th Annual Goodwill Musical of
which Mr. L. L. McVay is organi,
zer. These courtesies which mean
much to the colored race should
j be appreciated and be reciprocate.
ed by giving thw Christian gentle
! man our support. I endcrse Mr
Mulvaney on his ethical principles
J. S. Williams. Hillside Pres„
byterian church.
GREENLEAF FOR ASSESSOR
William S. Greenleaf Candidate
for Republican nomination for
County Assessor. He is the son of
the late Sam K. Greenleaf. Mr.
Greenleaf believes that with the
vast experience that he had as en
gineer and the association that he
had with his father both in the
office and in the home qualified
him for the office that he seeks.
He promised to be fair to all.
Signed-Grefpleaf for Assessor
Club.
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Gray-Streaked Hair
Takes on Glowing
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Application of Larieuse
THE middle-aged woman whose
hair is soft, alluring, colorful,
always sparkling with dancing
highlights — how does she do it?
What is the secret to her youthful
looking hair?
Chances are she uses a hair color*
ing and chances are the hair color
ing she uses is Godefroy's Larieuse.
Years ago this * secret” was gener
ally known only to professional
hairdressers. Today it is shared by
women everywhere.
You, too, can h,v>c beamif 1 hair
by using Godefroy’s Larieuse, the
quick-acting, easy-to-use hair col
oring in the red box. Whatever its
co nd11 io u —whether drab, life less,
off-color, or streaked with gray —
Larieuse will make your hair one
even, lustrous, natural, youthful
appearing color. Choice of 18
shades, including jet-black, black
and brown.
Remember—ugly hair sometimes
kills a man's interest in a woman.
Don’t risk it—use Larieuse. Satis
faction gu aranteed or your dealer
will refund your money.
Lurieuce Shampoo
...produces a remarkably,
tie. using shampoo which
leases the hair soft and fluffy.
Lorisuse Stein Ramcver
. . . rc roves hair dye stains
from hands,forehead and crip.
Will not affect color of hair.
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Ex. N—F—S, 0 -
To Nebraska Beer Dealers...
j
© Your license is a valuable and protected permit to engage
' in a legitimate business.
You have more than average protection:—the number of your
competitors is limited by governing authorities.
ALSO— .
Your license is more than personal privilege and personal
property.
Your license makes you a definite part of the great Nebraska
Brewing Industry—an industry which pays millions each year
in taxes, millions in payrolls, uses a vast amount of farm
products; an industry in which millions of dollars are invested.
Your license makes you ONE OF THE MANY responsible for
maintaining the high standards of the industry—responsible
for strict adherence to law and for orderly conduct of the beer
business.
The Nebraska Brewers and Beer Distributors Committee is
organized to protect the industry from abuses that sometimes
attach themselves to the beer business. You, the retailer, do
not want abuses or law violations. The small per cent of your
number who may disregard law and common decency, jeop
ardize loo many jobs, too much invested money, too much
tax revenue. These iew are a3 undesirable to the retailer as
they are to the manufacturers and distributors of beer.
Urge your customers never to patronize a beer store or tavern,
which by its conduct jeopardizes your license and privilege
to do business. j
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710 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.—LL1COLH "
Artificial Ice & Coal Co.
C. A. Bradley
The Brown Fruit Co.
Central Distg. Co.
North pl-'te Nash
Finch Co.
Platto VaiiLy Bev. Co.
Star Coca-Cola Bot
tling Co., Ino.
A. E. Baugh
Oakland Distg. Co.
Ace Beverage Co,
Bevington & Jonnscn
Biotcky Beverage Co,
City Club Beer Co.
Cornhusker Liquor Co.,
Inc.
Marsh & Marsh, Ino.
Omaha Beverage Co.
Paxton & Gallagher
Co., Inc.
Quality Beverage Co.
Chas. Sherman Co.
Trimble Bros., Inc.
United Beverage Co.
J. M. Gatz
Merrl Beverage Co.
Olaf Olsson
Chas. Peters
Bill E. Busch
Plainview Bev. Co.
Jacob E. Rohrig
E. G. Goss and
Mrs. Cora Cost
Pacific Fruit and
Produce Co., Inc.
A. 3. Schaeffler
Scotfshluff Coca-Cola
Bottling Works
V. B. Williams
The Bottling and
Storage Co.
Western Ice and
Storage Co.
Chas. Lammert
Western Brew Olstg.
Co.
D. E. Bolman & Sons
Hastings Beverage Co.
Hastings Falstaff Co.,
Inc.
K. & R., Inc.
Hastings Nash-FInch
Co.
L. Phillips
Hay Springs Bever. Co,
Ben B. and Jennings
West
Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
F 4 M Sales Co.
Geo. and Emma Beard
Kearney lee and Cold
Storage
Midway Coca-Cola
Bottling Co.
Ralph A. Borgelt
Geo. F. Burt & Co.
Country Club Beer Ols.
R. H. Hudson
H. P. Lau and Co
Lincoln Tobacco Co.
Marsh & Marsh, Inc.
Midwest Distributing
Co., Inc.
High Life Bev. Co.
J. C. Orcutt and Co.
Rohrig Dist. Co.
James K. Clausen
F. J. Weber
Coca-Cola Btlg. Work<
Geo. Paulsen and Co. .
R. G. Stevens
Joseph Jlcha, Jr.
Albert Kassick, Sr. j
Nebraska City Falstaff
Distg. Co., Inc.
E. M. Guilliatt
Otoe Beverage Co., Ingu
Alva F. Shelby
F. C. Blakeman
F. L. Abel
Elkhorn Beverage Co.
Norfolk Bever. Co., Ind
W. N. Koch
Standard Bever. Corp,
Adolph Kovarlk
Valentine Bever. Co: pJ
Wayne Ice avid Cpld 7
Storage- Co. <
Herman Sellsntin
Lloyd R. Heutman
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Bobt. A. Drum. Chairman Arthur C. Star* Blohard Q. Knaadlar, Jtj
U. M. Merrlman R-'M. Kueiter Charlea «. Met* ;
CHAS. V. SANDALL, State Dlreetor
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