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BETHEL AME CHURCH
Rev. T. J. Sanford, Pastor
J. S. Jtffer .on. Ri porter
Th„ Sunday School opened at its
usual hour, with fair attendance.
Subject of the lesson: Jonathan;
Courageous Friendship Seriptual
Texts. 1 Samuel 14:140 2 Samuel
4-17. Golden text, “A Friend
Lov-th at all Times.” Proverbs 17
17. All teachers present. After 30
minutes of discussion, school was
called to ofrder. A ffplendid, re
view by Rev. Rome, aft.r which
tho doors of the church were open
ed for the acception of members.
At 11:00 o’clock, Rev, .Rome
brought to ub a splendid message.
The subject: “Knock and the Door
shall be opened.’’ The message was
enjoyed by all. One was united
with the church. With a large
number of visitors present, among
them were: Mrs. A. E. Hubbard,
of Oklahoma City. Miss Thelma
Julette Leo of Chicago, the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee and Miss
Katherine Roundtree of Iowa, Mrs.
Pauline Munell of Detroit. Miss
Syhal Ellis, Mr. Rudolf Ellig and
Miss Williams all from Detroit.
We arc glad to welcome visitors
to Bethel. The sick of the church
aro able to be out. Rev. Sanford
is getting along fine. A splendid
program was rendered by the
young people of the church.
Our regular prayer and class
\\ i dnesday of each week, don’t
forget to come out Men’s Day pro
gram next Sunday eve., Sept. 26th
1938. Come and erjoy yourself.
mt. calvary community
Rev. R. W. Johnson, 1’astor
Mrs, Edna Mitchell, Reporter
Sunday school opened at 9:45 o'
clock by superintendent Sister Ed_
na Mitchell, tHere wts m. nice
attendance. Will mothers see that
their hildren come out on time.
11:00 A. M. service was opened
by “Jesus Ktrp Tde Near the
Cross”. Our pastor being absent
from the city, Rev. Caldwell is in
charge with the assistance of Sis
ter Milrded Jackson, he brought
un a wonderful message from tc*xt
found in Luke. Subject; “Let them
alone, they need me some.” He
surely preached a wonderful ser- i
mon. Thes spirit ran high. One was
added to the church.
6:00 P. M. The young people
met. There was ?. nice attendance.
8:00 Service was opened by the
Choir singing. Rev. Caldwell brou
ght the message which was sea
soned with grace, Text from Rer.
1-13, Subject “He is your Friend.”
Tuesday night; pastor’s Aid.
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Wednesday; Regular Service, Fri
day; Missionary Society meets.
PILGRIM BAITIST CHURCH
Rev. G. E. St wen son. Pastor
Mrs. M. L .Dixon .Reporter
Devotions for the morning ser
vices were conducted by Rev. St.
Clair. At the absence of the pas.
tor. Rev. Campbell had charge of
tho services. He spoke from the.
25th chapter of Gen. 21st throu
tho 33rd verse. Subject “Discard,
ing Heritage for Material Satis
faction. This sermon was quite in
teresting and instructive. Visitors
were, Mrs. Williams from Miss
ouri and Mrs. Crawford,
BYPU at the usual hour was
enjoyed by all prfsent. Rev. J. E.
Lewis spoke at the evening ser
vices from 14th chapter of St.
CHRIST TEMPLE CHURCH
Rev. L. M .Relf, Paistor
Edna I'ankey, Report® r
Sunday School opened at 9:30
A. M. with a splendid attendance.
The subject of the lesson was "The
cost of being a friend". At the
morning service, Rev. Relf, preach
ed a high powered sermon from
Proverbs 17-17. The text was; “A
friend Loveth at all Times.”
Evening service, Rev. L. M.
Relf preached another good sermon
which was enjoyed by all. There
were many visitors present. A
niong them were Mrs. India Ho
gan, Mr. Clayton Hogan, Mr. Les
lie Hogan and son, Jewel Hogan
from Amary, Miss. Mr. Branch, i
Mrs .‘Reiman, Mr. and Mrs. Screw
der. Visitors are all ways welcome
to come out and worship.
Elder VV .1. Irivng, Pastor
The Church that stands for the
unity of God’s people, as the
standard of Christian fellowship.
Services was very good all day
Sunday. The Sunday school is in
creasing in attendance. The morn
ing sermon delivered by Elder
Samuel Stafford who spoke from
this text, Ezra 918 “Reviv0 Us
Again,” it was clearly shown to
revive the tliurch, would aid to its
purity ard spiritual influences
which would cause sinners to be
Evening services consisted of
prayer and testamonies.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH
1 Rev. I). Nicholson, Pastor
Sunday school opened at the*
usual hour with Miss Rachel Ca_
A large number of young peo
ple wc re present. A wonderful
lesson was taught.
Morning service was in high.
Tho pastor brought forth a won
Evening service was the spot
light service with a larg,. group
of young people present. The Pas
tor brought forth another soul
stiring message. Subject “The
M e were pleased to have several
Visitors arg allways welcome.
Sunday will be a great day in
Clarinda at the Second Baptist i
Come one and all have your
MT.MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. I,. I*. Jonere, Pastor
F. Burroughs, Reporter
Though the weathe r was unusu.
al attendance at Sunday school
was fairly good.
Our pastor has returned front
his trip to the National Baptist
Convention full of good things to
tell us. He brought to his congre
gation at the morning worship, a
real lively sermon form Acts 5:20
subject “Christian Boldness” front
thia sermon we gleaned that Chris
tians must not be afruid to cry
out against sin and sinful things
even though it cause suffering to
do so. Peter and John who were
cast into prison and suffered many
trials and hardships because of
their decided stand for Christia
nity was the illustration around
which the sermon was woven.
For the evening worship, the
51st Psalms .subject ‘The Prayer
| of a Back Slider,” was also a ser
1'ion that die will not forget soon.
Borty to relate that among the
sick members, Mrs. Juantia Bur
ton and Mrs .Wade are apparent
ly the most serious at this writ
The BYPU is giving a jitney
social Thursday Sept. 29. Every
one is invited.
Visitors are always welcome.
CLAIR CHAPEL ME CHURCH
Rev. G. I). Hanock, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 A. M.
Preaching 11:00 A. M.
Epworth League 6:30 P. M.
Preaching 7:30 P. M
Sunday school opened at the
usual hour with a good attendance
and interested scholars.
At eleven o’clock the church was
filled with an attentive congre
gation to hear the message brou
ght to us by Bishop R .S. Jones.
The Bishop selected his sermon
from Romans 8:37, “Nor height,
nor dept any other creature, shall
be able to separate us from the
love of God, which is in Christ
Jesus our Lord.” A truly wonder
ful sermon and inspiring to all.
Many visitors were present and we
arc happy at all times to have
them. Rev. Hubbard of So. Omaha
and Rev. Reynolds of Lincoln were
also with us. The rally ends next
Sunday and we are hoping that
all the Tribes will reach the Land
of Cannan by then. On Wedn:^
day, nights we have our regular
prayer meeting at which time you
aro also invited to worship with
MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Oaten, Pastor
F. Conner, Cl rk
Tho Mt. Nebo Sunday School
met and an arousing lesson was
taught. Rev. T. J. Rynfrow
preached a wonderful sermon. The
spirit ran high throughout the
day. Visitors were: Mrs. Lucile
Avery, Little Rock, Ark., Mr. and
Mrs. Brown Mr. S. B. Union, Miss
Willo Mae Ewing all from Albion,
Mich., Mra. Dailey1 Dixon from
There will be a Musical Program
beginning Sept. 26th-29th.
PLEASANT GREEN CHURCH
Rev. Reynold, pastor
Willa Mae Rc<.s, Reporter
Sunday school at 9:00 o’clock
with Mrs. I. M. Oliver presiding.
A lovely program was rendered by
Mrs. King and Mrs. Henderson.
Morning’ worship 11:00 o’clock,
sorg by the choir prayer for the
siil: by Rev. Green. A lovely and
inspiring sermon was pr> ached by
Rev. Reynold. Visitors: Mr. Law
rence Tucker, Mr. Johnny John
son of Chicago, 111.
BYPU 6 o’clock with president
in charge of.timely song service,
was held with Mrs. Buxton, In
st ructor. Program was rendered by
Miss Julia Keys. You are welcome
at Pleasant Green Baptist.
The hours of 7 to 9:30 P. M. of
every Monday have be. n earmark
ed by this center for fun and fro
lic. Any one over 16 is welcome.
Those who wish to take instruc- ]
tion in social dancing should regis-;
ter now. Children’s classes are
held from 3 to 5 P. M. daily ex
cept on Saturday when they meet
from 9:30 to 1:30 P. M. Instruc
tion is given in weaving, painting
art woodcraft, basketry and mould
The center is serving Central
Park and Druid Hill schools in
phys-ed every evening after school
Soccer football and horse shoe
The Gross Eicks Junior and
Senior Girl Officers for the com
ing' year are president, Juantia
Lett, Vice-president, Elsie Mallory
Secretary, Vivian Morgan, Trea
surer Johnette Coleman. Commit,
tees, Program, Dorie Newlar.d, So
cial, Velmr. Thomas; Membership
Elsio Mallory; Service, Mildred
Squires; Inspiration, Mary Yancy;
Publicity, Arverne Kincaide; Hos
pitality, Mildred Greene. The Op
timist officers are President, Hel
en Bradshaw, Vice-President, Do
ris Southad; Secretary, Joyce Blair
Treasurer, Betty Riggs, Social
Committee, Roberta Longmire;
Membership, Doris Southard; Pro
gram, Francis Alford; Service, Ju
Officers elected for the Blue
Triangle are as follows: President
Doris Pittman; Vice-president,
Annie Harvey; Secretary, Collen
Kincaide, Treasurer, Louis Willis.
Th;, Setting.up Conference for
all Girl .Reserve Club Officers will
be held at Camp Brewster Septem
ber 2.1, and 24. Mrs. Crawford and
Mrs. Althea Vann will accompany
the girls from the North Side
The younger girls (5 to 10) will
meet Saturday at 11:00 A. M. Mrs.
Bernice Marshall, Adviser.
for the boys are included in the
Friday is music day for the
Tho center is prepared to give
instruction in dramatics and pup_
Adult classes are being organiz
ed and a variety of subjects will
Adults are invited to avail them
selves of tho recreational facilities
of this center.
Ladies interested in physical ed
ucation are requested to apply to
supervisor Alvin S. Kelly for in
formation regarding a proposed
class in this subject.
All WPA city recreation activi
ties are op^n to the public free
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Those children who have been
fortunate enough to hear the Civic
Orchestra’s first music apprecia
tion program in ir is years series
are unanimous in pronouncing it
ore of the finest ever presented
by tho orchestra. Performances
have evoked more than ordinary
enthusiasm. On several occasions
tho orchestra has been accorded
what amounted to an ovation.
The Federal Music Project is
happy or.ce again to bring mo
ments of cultural pleasure to Oma
ha school children.
Parents are earnestly invited to
share with their hildren in the en
joyment of these concerts.
In response to numerous re_
quests that the Works Progress
Admisistration civic orchestra be
heard in evening pei-forpiance dur
ing the fall and winter months,
State Director Wm. Meyers, it is
learned, is endeavoring to arrange
for weekly appearance of the or
chestra in the Omaha University
Following is the schedule for
th» week of September 26.
Monday: WPA Civic Orchestra: I
St. Joseph’s school, 9:15-10:00 A. I
M.; Comeniug School, 10:30-11:30
A. M.; St. Wenceslaus School, 1:30
2:15 P. M.; Colored Orchestra:
South High School, Noon; Flor
ence Home, 7-8 P .M.
Tuesday: WPA Civic Orchestra:
Madison School, 9:15-10:15 A. M.;
Ashland Park School, 10:45-11:45
Wednesday: WPA Civic Orches
tra: St. Phillip Neri, 9:15.10:00 A. |
M.; Notre Dame School, 10:30- I
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11:30 A. M.; Florence school, 1:15
2:15 P. M.; Colored Orchestra:
South High School, noon.
Thursday: WPA' Civic Orches
tra: Duchesne College, 11:00-12:00
A. M.; Colored Orchestra: Miller
lark Pavilion, 8-11 P.M.
Friday: WPA Orchestra: Cen
tral Park School, 0:15-10:15 A. M.;
Holy Name School, 10:45-11:30 A.
M.; Clifton Hill School, 1:15-2:15
P. M. Colored Orchestra: South
High School, noon; Pilgrim Bap.
tist Church, 8-10 P. M.
Saturday: WPA Colored Orches
tra: Florence Community Hall,
24th and LAKE STREETS
| 8-11 P. M.
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