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CHURCH OF GOD <
2025 N. 24tb St.
Rider S. 8. Spaght
Sunday School opened at 0:45
A. M. with regular devotional hour
conducted by the supt Mrs A.
Britt. Lesson “Paul Establishes
Churches." Taught thru this lesson
of the high enthusiasm and unhes
itating sacrifice made to help
spread the gospel to the needy
portions. Our hearts are stirred
the more to increase in interest
for the unsaved—yejt lost. Shall
we note one high point in all
Pauls preaching. That tho many
churches were established, yet on
ly “ono doctrine" constituted them
Regular morning worship began
11:30. Message by Pastor “The
Church Devinely Organized.” Mes
sage was instruct ve showing
Christ the founder (and hoad) of
YMP at 6 P. M. Evening wor
ship was very good. Pastor preach
ing from II Cor. 13-5. Subject:
“Ch rail an. Examiriaton.” How he
did each us from Gods word
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NEW HOPB BAPTIST
Texjt 8t, John 5th chapter 1st
to 9th verse. Subject: “Rise, take
up thy bed and walk. This man
waited 38 years before he went
in the pool, and he knew it
would make him whole, “Why did
he wait so long?"
Low wages and unemployed
workers spoke after the sermon
on the same subject, but reverse
it! toward the Negro problem Why
don’t tho multitude of minister
and deacons get involved in Amer
We’ve been coming ever since the
civil war and have not entered in
to the pool to be made whole.
Low wages and the unemployed
workers wants minsters to help
get poor people relief for those
that are in destitute and also jobs.
Low Wages and Unem
ployed Workers Com
mittee 2721 Charles St.
BETHEL AME CHURCH
2430 Franklin St,
Rev. W. M Camper, Pastor
J. S. Jefferson, reporter
Sunday school cal 1 d ,to order
at 9:30 by superintendent J. S.
Jefferson. Subject of the lesson:
“Paul Establishes Churches.” The
lesson was found in Acts. 14:1-23.
And a very fine school present.
All teachers ready to take charge
of heir classes After 30 minutes
discussion the school was called
to order by the superintendent.
Next in order was a a splendid
review toy Rev. S. Clair He drew
many interesting thougths from
the lesson. The entire school en
joyed his wonderful lecture. The
girls have held the collection ban
ner for two successful Sundays.
That’s fine girls. Look out next
The morning service began with
a song by (the choir, "Must Jesus
bear the cross alone.’’ Prayer by
Rev. Coolige. The scripture lesson
from Luke 24. Read by Rev. W.
M. Camper. Rev. St. Clair brought
us a wonderful message from Luke
24:32. Text, "Did not our hearts
burn within.’ ’Everyone erjoyed his
The sick of the church are re
ported getting along fine. A very
large number of visitors were on
hand: Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. F W. Stearms, of St.
John, Mr. William Borden, Mrs.
Samuel Bush of Lo>s Angeles, Cali
2515 N. 24th St.
For la/test Styles in Hats :and
Dress making speciality in large
sizes. New Stock.
fornfia. W« were very glad to have
them worship wijth us. You are al
welcome to Bethel.
Teacher’s meeriing Wed. night
from 7:30 to 8:16. Prayer and
class every Wednesday evening.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. D. Nicholson, pastor
Sunday school opened at the us
ual hour with Mr. R. Brown in
charge. The School presented the
church with a wonderful gift of
the Church Covemant in red and
Morning services opened at the
usual hour with the pastor at his
Mr. W Worker l» improving
from a sick spell. We pray for
him a speedy recover.
Come to Clarinda and enjoy an
Old Tim* Service. Visitors are al
post. We had a wonderful service
although the weather was rather
Evening service was In high
spirit and the pastor brought us
a stirring message full of the
Next Sunday is a great day in
Olarinda. There will be an Ordan
ition service at three o’clock. We
invite you to come and worship
Rev. Pruitt, pastor
Reporter, Claudia Seay
Sunday school opened at the
regular time with our superinten
dent. The lesson was Paul Estab
lishes Churches. We had a fair
attendance and everyone enjoyed
The 11 o’clock service opened
with the choir singing “Love Lift
ed Me.’ ’Scripture reading from
17th chapter of St. John beginning
at the first verse. Prayer was led
by Rev Pruitt, after which the
choir sang his favorite song,
“Prescipus Lord.” Our pastor
brought to us a spiritual program.
Subject: “Let us go a Little Far
ther,” taken from the 24th chap
ter of St. John. The writer of
the text wa« Matthew's.
At 3:00 o’clock Katie Mae Bil
lingsley a member, gave her first
recital at Zion Baptist Church.
The recital was sponsored by her
music teacher, Mrs. Pinkston
New members were: Brother
Anderson, former member of New
Hope in Arkansas and Mr.
Seay, former member of Mt. Ne
bo. Rev I.ane was a visitor.
Visitors are always welcome.
MT. CALVARY COMMUNITY
Rev. R. W. Johnson, pastor
Sister Woodie, ass’t. reporter
Sunday school opened at 9:30
with Sister Mickles acting supt. in
charge in the absence of Sister
Class opened with the teacher
‘jaking her place. Lesson, Jude 21
verse. Subject: Christian Living.’’
Sunday school was well attended.
11 o’clock service was opened
with the pastor in charge. Sermon
found in St. Luke, 24th-23rd. Sub
ject. Unspeakable Joy. We were
happy to have Brother Whitney
and Brother Smith with us. Also
our many friends who are always
Union meeting at 6 P M. Sister
Woody presiding. Lesson taught
Metz Beer Is Better—Doy or Night
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by our teacners. We thank the
Lord for our girl class. The young
girls’ rendered a nice program. So
! happy for little Miss Jacqueline
Whitney for her music talent We
aro looking forward to great
things out of our girls. Lesson
found GaL 5-9. First of the spirit
evils services was opened with
the chair marching singing “Oh
Lord, have Mercy.” Sermon found
at Mark, 16 chapter 16 verse. Sub
ject: I am with you a blessed won
derful, promise to the preachers
and disciples. We were honored to
have prophet Hess with us in the
evening service and will conduct
a flower seance Friday night A
message through the flowers. Do
come out and receive your flower.
It is good for many things. Come
and be with us Thursday night
and enjoy a message through song
by “The Harmony Four.” Come
and have your Hpiriyual strength
renewed. Notice! A Heaven and
Hell entertainment Beau Strut,
pop corn stringing, hot fish. Come
out and help us. Everyone wel
come. Given at 2608 Hamilton.
Mrs. Warren’s Home. Sponsored
by the Emergency Club.
MT MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. F. P, Jones, pastor
F. Burroughs, reporter
An attentive audience listened
to the sermon “Why Marriage Is
a Failure.’’ Heb. 6 and 6 chapter
was the text for this interesting
sermon. Many good thoughts were
The value of the home was also
stressed. Home making was des
cribed as the greatest and most
important industry. Many visitors
were present to hear this sermon
and we wish to thank them for
Funeral services for Miss Dora
Marshall were held Monday after
noon at the Church.
Friday night the Mission Circle
is sponsoring a sermon at 8 o’
clock to which th public is cor
Mrs Anna Rice and family of
Creston, Iowa were present for
two Sunday. Each Sunday Mrs.
Rice gave a stirring song number.
We all enjoyed hearing Mrs. Rice
sing for she has the spirit with
Also glad to see Mrs. Owens
able to attend services again. Mrs.
Owens has been indisposed for
quite some time.
The tea given Sunday afternoon
by the Willing Workers Club at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Stewart was a lovely affair and
enjctyable time was had by all who
Don’t forget the Golden Spike
entertainment April 28. Men grow
your whiskers and gt out your
tcp hats. Ladies get your gingham
and calico dresses ready. Every
ST. JOHN AME CHURCH
“The Friendly Church”
Dr. R. A. Adams, pastor
The services at St. John Sun
day was very good. The Sunday
school started the day with a fine
attendance. It is good to see the
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back on duly after the illnesg of
Dr Adams preached at the morn
ing service and in the afternoon
he and some of His congregation
went to Clair ME where Rev.
Story and his choir wa3 assisting
Rev. Hancock finish up his year’s
work just before he goes to the
At the night service, Dr. Adams
only had a short song and prayer
service so all could go /to Clair and
be with Rev. Hancock in his very
last service of his conference year.
The sick of the Church are still
Sister Louise Strawther, Brother
Cook, Sister S. Hanger, and Dr.
Adams left Sunday night not
feeling so well.
The Financial Drive will start ,
with a new effort to raise money
to pay off the debt on the par
sonage. Now see to it that your
obligation is paid. If ever there
was a time you needed to help
it i* now.
There will be a chart placed
in a conspicuous place in the
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’37 Plymoutr 4 door touring sedan $450
'36 Buick coach sport fodel with heater
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33 Plymouth coach, excellent condition $175
'33 Reo 4 Door sedan-- $195
i’32 Nash sedan, good condition $185
31 Panel delivery - $125
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