The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, December 02, 1939, CITY EDITION, Page FOUR, Image 4

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    CHURCH
NEWS
\
'IT. OLIVE BAPTIST IHUKUi
Rev. J. P. Mosley, Pas or
Emma Curtis, Reporter
Sund y School opene<l at its
rsus' tire. The lesson for today
was “Tue Works of the Messiah.”
I can save y :ur sole’
I DR. TAYLOR SAYS—
A COMPLETE LINE OF
FINE QUALITY
MATERIAL
THE LAKE SHOE
SERVICE
AT-7060
2Ith & LAKE ST.
■
till’S Loan Bank
'ND MERCHANDISE STORE
'onflder.ttal Loans at Reasonable
Rates
Unredeemed Quality Merchan
tise at a Great Reduction. Up
>n-l)ate Clothing, Dry Goods,
l.adies Ready to Wear Millinery
Hosiery, Blankets, Shoes for the
Entire Family.
1804 N. 24th St. Tel. WE. 1369
Free Delivery from 8 a. m. to
1 a, m.
JAl 9411
McGILL’S—
BAR & BLUE ROOM
E. McGill, Prop.
2428-25 NORTH 24th St
WINE, LIQUORS, and
CIGARS
ic Room Open 8 p. m. to 1 a. m.
)pcn for Private Parties from
2 to 7 p. m.
—No Oharjfes—.
VE SPECIALIZE IN MIXED
DRINKS—In case you don’t
know what to put in it—Call
CASEY, JAckson 9411. He has
cot the works and knows what
to do with it. He’s North
Omaha’s Famous drink mixer.
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It was Reviewed by our Supt.
Morning services were high in
■ spirit. Our pastor preached a
sou! stirring sermon. I am sure
everyone received a good thought.
BYFU is progressing rapidly.
The president asked all members
and non-members to come out.
The True and Tried group will
ie id r a program next Sunday.
Evening services opened with
a song and prayer service. The
message was delivered by R v.C.
C. Pttaus.
Subject: ‘‘He Knoweth the way
I take." This sermon was very
uplifting. Visitors are always
welcomed.
Meet Omaha at the Elka Charity
Ball, De ember 4, 1939.
CLEAVESTEMl»LE ( ME
CHURCH
Rev. L. A. Story, Pas.or
M. H. Young, Reporter
26th and Decatur Sts.
Sunday School, 9:45 AM.
Morning Worship 11 AM.
Ep worth I.eagu 6:30 PM.
The Sunday School attendance
was good with the adults and
children. The lesson was well dis
cussed. The lx*ague also had a
very interesting lesson. We had I
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Holiday Poultry
AT TUB
NEBRASKA PRODUCE
GET THE BEST IN QUALITY
AT THE LOWEST PRICE
N EBBASK A
P ItODUCE
2204-6 NORTH 24th ST.
Phone WE 4137
Special Bargain Prices
1939 Ambassador Sedan $575
1937 Plymouth 4 door Sedan $450
1933 Plymouth Coupe - $175
1938 Pontiac delux coach $550
1938 Ford delux coach .. $575
1935 Buick four door sedan “ $350
Shames Body & Radiator Co.
1906 CUMING STREET AT. 4556
•.. Here She Tells You Why
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Makes tresses lovely, allur
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Satisfaction Guaranteed—or YOUk MONEY BACK!
Yes, LARIEUSE must completely satisfy you or
your dealer will promptly refund your money.
If your dealer doesn't have it send $1.25 (we
pay postage) direct to GODEFROY MFG. CO.,
3510 OLIVE ST., ST. LOUIS, MO.
ut
HAIR CototSsia
with us Rev. W. M. Black of
Ohio who brought us the morn
ing message. He spoke as a man
endowed with power from on
h.:gh. The Tea that was at the
home of Mrs Washington was a
success. Rev. Banks of Ohio was
the evening speaker and all who
heard him enjoyed Iris good sound
teaching. We trust we will have
the pleasure of h:aring both
peakus again soon. We were
happy to see visitors at each
service. Come again at your
arli st convergence We also en
joyed being with Ple- sant Green
in the Thanksgiving Service. The
Church program rendered Tues
day night was well carried out.
Let each member see his or her
class leader each week as our
pastor and family must live
every week.
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ST. JOHN AME CHURCH
“The Friendly Church’’
Re.. T. A. Sears, Pastor
Wc ai'j glad to say S’. John
is taking on new life under the
new administration. Many oil
members as w.ll as new are lin
ing up to work again.
Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Sanford,
who once pastored at Bethel AMR
i.burch of the City came to cast
their lot with St. John last Sun
day. We welecmria the good peo
ple in our church.
A«fc this i" Thanksgiving s ason
Rev. T. A. Sears preached a ser
mon fitted for the day. He point
ed out that we have many thing'
to be thankful to God for and
wo shmil.' ry to help our fellow
man likewise.
Thu Choir’s fourth Sunday
night’s request program was re
ceived by a large appreciated
congregation. The choir is very
glad to have to have new mem
bers coining to it. Mrs. Rose
I r wn Buckner is one of our
lato memh-rs. Mr*. Buekrr has
been out in California and while
out there join d the AMR church
and when she came l*ack to Oma
ha she joined St. John. We are
glad to have her in the Choir as
well as some of our Omaha peo
ple who have come to work with
us.
Wo aro glad to see our many
visitors each Sunday and invite
them to make St. John their
Church home wh le in the City.
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< LAIR CHAPEL CHURCH
Rev. G. I). Hancock, poster
Mrs. Ellis Kir, ley, Reporter
Sunday school was opened at
9:30 by the Supt., Mrs. Norman.
At 11:00 AM. Dr. W. C. Oonwell
of Reloit, Wis., a former pastor
of C lair Chanel filled the pulpit
and his scriplui^ was taken from
tho 11:10 of IP brews. All gave
Rev. Conwell u hearty welcome.
The Pew Rally sponsored by
Mrs. Wado and Mrs. Justus of the
Ladies Aid was very well attend
ed Sunday night.
1 he h ashion Revue, was quiite
successful on last Wed. evening,
and \ye thank you for your at
tendance. The Happy Time Club
will meet with Mr. C. B. Wilkes,
Tuesday evening. Mr. John Davis
presirent. All (members are urged
to i)|a‘present at 8 P.M.
Tho District Supt. Rev Hamp
ton James will fill the pulp t
Sunday morning and evening. Dr.
T. A. Sears and Choir of St.
John Church will have charge of
the 3 P.M. service.
Visitors were many and very
welcome. Mrs. Goosby is still
confined to the house. We hope
to see her at her post soon.
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iWAWAV.’.V.V.WV^VW
MEET ME AT—
SHAPIRO'S
30th & PINKNEY STS.
The Store of Better Grocery
Market
OPEN SUNDAYS & EVENINGS
FREE DELIVERY Good Cold
Beer
NW.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.W.W
THIS WEEK
In Religion and Thought
ROBERT L. MOODY
Frozen Horses—
Anoth r very interesting ac
! count has been reproduced in the
“Sign? of the Times” magazine.
The writer reproduces a report
about ten large hors e that were
1 found far out in the cold wastes
of Sfbtria. Their bodies were
found in perfect shape. They were
saddled for th:jr riders and
hitched in the stalls.
The scientifoc fact was that: A
flood had covered the enti re re
j gion and washed sar.d and other
matter about the at' a. Then a
blizzard had set in and froze all
life. The eyes of the e horses
were open and their stomachs
contained partly d gested food.
How lrng they had been there
o.‘ who their owners are is not
yet known. But scientists have
calculated 10,000 year-* as a fair
linrit fcr the exist Tice of these
fossils. We are not able to prove
that human mca urements of
pas: ages are infalliatole. But
whether tha world is 6,000 years
old or thousands more, we
Christians belrw that this find
ing proves two thing-*:
(1) It substantiate our belief
that the flood of Noah’s time
actually happened.
(2) That hors.s looked much
the same 10,000 years ago as
they do now; thus weakening the
belief in the evolution of one
animal into another. Other than
e-volution as confirm by Goi, this
proves that the B ble is true.
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Bethel AM EUsher Board held
their regular m eting at 2924 N.
26uh St. wi h an entertainment
known as “Guest Night.’’ Among
their honored guest were Mr. E.
Hubbard, president of Salem
Usher Board; Mr. O. Johnson of
Zion Usher Board and Mrs. Josie
Bruno of which gave very inter
esting lecture?. All had an en
joyable time. Next meeting Dec,
8, at 2817 N. 2H.,h Ave,.
Mrs. AJ.ibie Buchanan, Pi'es.
Annie Thames Miason, Rep’t.
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A RADIANT CROSS
One, long ago. on a bare bleak
hill
At a place called Calvary
A rude cross stood. It spoke of
death
And pain and agony
llut the sacrifice and matchless
love
Offered there that day
Have made the way of the
cross
A glorious, shining way,
Because He loved; because He
gave;
That cross of anguished pain
Became a cross of wond,enous
L'ght,
Of high, triumphant gain.
Today, a cross with a double
bar
Beckons to you and me
To join hands in bringing gifts
To help make mankind free
From the scourge we call the
Great Wh;t' Plague
By holding a Torch of Light
And helping those battle death
To fight a winning fight.
All honor to the radiant Cross!
Let’s keep its symlbol true—
How far it throws its beam of
light
Depends on me—on you.
Edna J. Paden
Kansas State Sanatorium
Edition About Negroes
Just Out
The seventeenth edition of “100
Amazing Facts About the Ne
gro” by J. A. Rogers, author,
historian and traveller has just
appeared with additional new and
striking information about peo
ples of African descent through
out the ages and on the five con
tinents.
One reads, for instance, that
the fiirst inhabitants of the New
World were Negroes and photo
Notice New Prices
REDUCTION IN YOUR LIQUOR PRICES IN THE
BLUE ROOM
AT McGILL'S BAR. NEW RATES. BIG, LARGE 16 07..
GLASS BEER ONLY 10c
2 DRINKS OF 3 YR. OLD WHISKEY FOR ONLY 13c
ANY MIXED DRINK IN THE HOUSE FOR ONLY 15c
ALSO OLD TAYLOR, BOTTLE IN BOND, OLD GRAND DAD
YELLOWSTONE BOTTLED IN BOND WHISKEY ONLY
15c per Drink. The SAME PRICES EXIST IN BLUE
ROOM ALSO.
EUGENE MeGILL,
Prop.
24th & LAKE ST.
Now you can DANCE in the newly decorated Blue Room at
all times. New waxed floor for you entertainment. Day or
night. Private Parties invited.
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Classified Telephone Directory
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2122 N. 22nd St. WE. 0846
CE CREAM
JOHNSON DRUG
1906 N. 24th St. WE. 0998
DFFFY PHARMACY
24th & Lake Sts. WE. 0609
HARDWARE
DOLGOFF HARDWARE
■*8101, Gl-ss and Varrtksh. We do
(lazing and make window shades
u order. '822 N. 24th WE. 1607
Laundries & Cleaners
EDHOI.M * SHERMAN
2401 North 24th WE. 6035
F M ER SON f .AUN DR Y '.
2324 North 24th St.. WE 1029
MEN! WOMEN! USE YOUR
CREDIT to get all the stylish
new apparel you need. Great
, values. Enjoy terms made to
order for you. People? Store,
109 S. 16th St.
WANT DAY WORK WE. 0337.
FOR RENT—Love’s Kitchenette
Apa”*ments, 2516-18 Patrick, or
2613 G«an* «t- Call WE. 5553 or
WE. 2410.
2 two room apts. for rent. Price
reasonable 2766 Grant.
4 Room Apt. for Rent WE. 3030.
Apt. for. Rent. AT 9460.
FOR RENT
2 room Apt. A large roomi Two
separate beds. Convenient tor
' two people. We. 0718.
2 Room Apt. for Rent, 2902 N.
25th St., AT-5246.
A. room and Apt. for rent. We.
2365.
Vis t Zoe's Lunch & Barebcue,
2210 No-th 24th St.
We Aid the Poor with Your
Waste Materials. Throw Noth
ing Away. WP Need Clothing,
Papers, Furniture. Anything.
SALVATION ARMY
INDUSTRIAL
209 North 13th
Front Room, modern WE. 102T
A-B BUFFET, 1616 N. 24th StT
WINES—LIQUORS
at Popular Prices
Courteous Service At All
Times
graphs of Negroes as gods on
the most ancient monum.nts of
Central America are given to
bear this out. Also that a Negro
grl saved the life of George
Washington at a most critical
time in the nation’s history; that
Abraham Lincoln said four times
that it was the N?gro that saved
the nation during the Ovil Wat ;
that the garb of the Ku Klux
Klan was copied from that worn
in Spain by Negroes five centur
ies ago; that 41 Negroes won
the Congressional Medal of
Honor, America’s highest decora
tion, together with a wealth of
information on miscenganation,
veneral disease, morality, educa
tion, invention and so on.
A Negro empetor of South
Amerila once ruled a gr.at Euro
pean country from h.'s South
American throne. Napoleon, to
solve the race problem in Haiti,
tr'ed to make it legal for each
man to have two wives, one whits
and one black. Ona reads also
that a Negro king in Arahia
stalled the first world war in the
6th Century which lasted a thou
sand years and spread from
France to Japan; that Imhotep,
a Negro of Anihnt Egypt was
the real Father of Medicine; that
at one time in the world’s his
tory, devils and good men were
depicted as white peopl.s; and
gods and saints as black; that
tne son of a Pop>e by a Negro
woman once ruled Europe’s most
cultured country; and a thousand
1 other facts about the Negro, past
and present. More than a half of
tho book is devoted to giving
proof, with quotations, authors,
and dale of publication.
More than 200 names of great,
and in most cases, little known
black men of world importance
are given in addition. There are
also s:veral full page illustra
tions, one of which is a Black
Venus of 15,000 B. C. and another
of 1818 A. M. Most striking of all
in that of a Negro wearing the
German ,€agle on his head cen
turies ago with a p'eture of
Hithv, besitJe him Wearing the
same.
The book consists of fifty
large double-pages and may be
had from 4. A. Rogers Publica
tions, 37 Morningside Avenue,
New York City for fifty-five
cents by trail.
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INTERESTING
NAVAL NOTES
Saint Barbara is regarded
throughout the European Armies
as the Patron Saint of Artillery,
and more than that—a picture of
Saint Barbara hangs in the of
fice of the Ch^ef of the Bureau
of Ordinance of the United
States Navy.
'The largest group of men in
our Navy are between the ages
of 21 to 24, while the group from
25 to 29 comes next. In active
service are five bluejackets be
tween 50 an 64, and one man
aged 69.
During the World War two
English dfstroycrs of the same
class, the ZULU and the NUBI
AN bumbed into mines and were
damaged beyond repair, the
former losing her bow and the
latter her stern. In the Navy
Yard, the ships were cut in half
and the good bow of the NUBIAN
fas welded to the good stern of
the ZULU and the ‘new’ ship
MONUMENTS & GRAVE
MARKERS
Quality at A Price—None Better
AMERICAN MEMORIAL CO..
TWENTIETH & CUMING STS
PHONE AT. 4927
ADVISING THE “CITIZENS OF
TOMORROW*
f ' ~*—t--- -
Bishop Noah W. Williams
taker, time out during his recent
St. Louis annual A ME conference
to discuss practical education
with the young people of his Epis
copal district, and from the seri
ous facial expression of the child
rtn pictured albove, his words
caii-y weighty conviction. He told
tho young people attending the
conference that the race leans
toward too many doctors and
lawyers and not enough toward
skilled tradesmen. (A_NP Photo)
was named ‘ZUBIAN.’
Ttya original Sea Witch lasted
on'y one-half hour due to the
strenuous nature of the duty
performed. It was the duty of all
hands on the watch to man the
pumps because the ships leaked
so badly.
Tim, s certainly have changed.
The call used by boatswains’
mates bo ‘show a leg’ is derived
from the days when women were
carried on men-of-war at sea.
The wives of ^faitren who put
out a stockinged leg in the morn
ing were not required to turn
out at reveille.
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HOME OF HOWARD
PRESIDENT HAS
ANOTHER FIRE
Washington, Nov. 30 (ANP)—
For the second time within a
year, Pres. Mordecai W. Johnson
and family were routed from,
their home on Howard university
campus by fir;a last Wednesday
night. Firemen reaching the
scene found Dr. Johnson busily
spraying a fire-extinguisher on
blading rubbish in the basement,
and rang in a second alarm when
flaarres wfre discovered creeping
up inside the walls. For a time
the 30 year old structure was
threatened with complete des
truction.
Only last spring the president’s
house was found ablate, before
the family had removed (hack to
it following relocation and reno
vation incidental to clearing the
site of tl^e new library building.
Damage was of sufficient extent
to require same time for further
renovation, during which time
Dr. and Mrs. Johnson and their
five children found temporary
abode in Howard hall where they
also had been during the period
of removal of the house to its
present location.
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The Charity Ball is given by the
Elks to spread Joy for the Needy
on Christmas.
How To Relieve
Bronchitis
Bronchitis, acute or chronic, Is an
Inflammatory condition of the mu
! cous membranes lining the bronchial
tubes. Creomulsion goes right to the
seat of the trouble to loosen germ
laden phlegm. Increase secretion and
aid nature to soothe and heal raw,
tender, inflamed bronchial mucous
membranes. Tell your druggist to sell
you a bottle of Creomulsion with the
understanding that you are to like
the way It quickly allays the cough
or you are to have your money back.
CREOMULSION
for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
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