The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, January 10, 1942, City Edition, Page 2, Image 2

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    SOCIAL NOTES
TO MEET
The executive board of the City
®TU. will have its monthly meet
ing Tuesday Jan 13, 8 p.m. at the
home of Mr. Joshua Henderson J
3034 Ft. St. Please be prompt, im
portant business to discuss. Pres.
Howard Swing, Secy, Katie Beas
iy.
JOLLY MATRONS
On Saturday night Dec. 27 a
bout 300 guests attended the
Christmas dancing party of the
Jolly Matrons Art Club. Given in
the beautiful ballroom of the Elks
Club. The ballroom was beauti
fully decorated with the Club col
ors red and white.
Among the out of town guests
were: Mr. Ray E. Dysart of Min
nesota, Miss Sara Granberry of
Fla., Mr. Forman and Mr. Olto
Carpenter of Chicago, Mr. and
Mrs. Meeks of Wyoming, Mr. and
Mrs. Bennett and Mr. and Mrs.
Gunter of Oklahoma City, Mr. W,
M. Meyers was master of cerem
ony. Everyone had a jolly good
time. The President asks that all
members be present at the next
business meeting Jan. 16. Mrs.
Charts Mayo, hostess, 2801 North
24th St., Mrs. Neola Combs, Pres.
Minnie L. Dortch, Reporter.
BEAUTY CULTURISTS
The National Beauty Culturists
League Local No. 101
Well ladies, Xmas is over, war
has been declared and the new
year is here. So it is time for us
to be about our work also. The
regular meeting will be Wednes
day January 14th at the Keystone*
Beauty Shop, 1701 North 24td St.
The President is asking that all
members be present and on time
.... business of importance.
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Mrs. Flossie Moore, Secy, Mrs.
Louise Cooper, Reporter.
SICK LIST
Mrs. Mary Smith of 2212 Nich
olas St., a sister of Mrs. Margaret
Porter Young, is very sick in the
Nicholas Senn hospital.
Mr. Fred McDaniels of 2620
Bristol St., who was taken ser
iously ill last Sunday is much im
proved.
Mr. J. C. Carey who suffered a
slight stroke and was taken to the
Veteran’s hospital in Lincoln, Ne
braska is very much improved and
is now at home.
Monrovia (M. T.) Murrell left
Wednesday night for the Naval
Training School in Norfolk, Vir
ginia, where he will be for an in
definite length of time. M. T.
Murrell was attending Tech high
school and is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Taylor Murrell.
QUACK CLUB
As reporter of the Quack Club
I want to apologize for not pub
lishing the reports for the past
few weeks. Anyway here is a
sketch of what happened the mon
th of December.
On Dec. 11th we held our annual
Dinner Dance which was a great
success. The program chairman
presented us with a very nice pro
gram. Everyone had a lovely
time.
On Dec. 12tb the club held their
meeting as usual. Mrs. Black
burn lead a discussion “The Pur
pose of the YWCA”. It was very
interesting.
Dec. 19th was club meeting and
social night. The girls exchang
ed gifts with one another and
played games and cards. A very
nice lunch was served by the Soc
ial Chairman Joan Peterson.
On Dec. 21st Tri-Club Council
held their Christmas Vesper Ser
vices. The Club consists of the
Quack, Trojan and Entre Nous.
With Leola Jones as chairman.
Our next club meeting will be
Jan. 9th, 1942. Here’s hoping all
members will be present, also re
solved to start the new year right.
Thearis Taylor, President, Dor
j othy Abrams, Reporter.
The Mothers Council and Family
Relations Committee of the North
Side Branch YWCA are sponsor
ing a Vesper for all parents on
Sunday Jan. 11, 1942 at 4 p. m.
Mrs. Coming, wife of the Supt.
of Schools will lead a discussion
on public schools and Negro youth
PARTY GIVEN IN HONOR OF
CHICAGO GUEST
A party was given at 2911 No.
27th St., by Miss Frieda Lowery
in honor of Barbara and Edward
Halfacres from Chicago, 111. The
party was given Tuesday Dec. 30,
1941. Barbara and Edward seem
to enjoy themselves very much.
During their stay in Omaha they
met most of the Omaha girls and
boys, some of the people present
at the party were Miss Betty Shep
herd, Mr. Roy Gibbons, Mr. Clif
ford Timothy and Mr. Aaron Me
Millan of the Omaha Guide.
Long School PTA held its Dec
ember meeting Dec. 18, 194,. Xmas
gifts were exchanged at the door
The children entertained with
Xmas carols outstanding of which
was a duet. Star of the East, sang
by Lester Corbin and Lillian
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Speese with Lenora Pierce at the
piano. r
Mrs. Skinner, program chairman
thanked the teachers in behalf of
the parents for the wonderful co
operation they have shown. A
short business session closed the
meeting.
The Long School Mother sing
ers appeared in a program at the
Ashland Park PTA meeting Thur
December 18, 1941.
SUB DEBUTANTES
The Sub Debutantes club met at
the home of Miss Dorothy Woods.
The meeting was called to order by
the President. Minutes of the
last meeting were read and ac
cepted. Plans and suggestions of
places of interest were contribut
ed by various members in the club
The meeting was adjourned. Re
freshments were served.
Miss Rozella Thomas, Pres, Ber
tha Davis, Secy and Reporter.
MEDAMOISELLE CLUB
The members of the Madan
oiselle Fashion Club are asked to
be present at the next meeting to
plan to mak a spring and summ
er wardrobe and also new maj
orette uniforms. Bertha Davi3,
Secretary.
MT. MORIAH BAPTIST Churcn
Rev. Wm. Clayton, Acting Pastor
F. Burroughs, Reporter
The morning worship was spent
in singing and praising “God from
Whom All Blessings Flow.” Be
ing the first Sunday in the month
and the new year the services
were turned over to the congrega
[ tion. Each one in their own way
1 gave vent to their feelings in
speaking of the Master’s goodness
and blessings to them througa
out the year 1941. The spirit ran
high. One person united with the
church.
At the evening worship Rev.
Clayton preachfed to us from Deut.
8:2—Phil 3:13. The subject was
“Making Oub Old Year Help Our
New.” This was a very interest
ing sermon and was enjoyed by1
all.
Special prayer was offered for
Sylvester Beasly who is seriously
ill. Speaking prayers were offer
ed again at the BTU. hour, ask
ing that Jesus might heal him if
it is His will.
We sadly report at this time the
sudden passing of sister Charity.
Johnson McGee who was a deac
oness. She served loyally and
was a consistent Christian. We
shall miss her very keenly, but
our loss is Heaven’s gain. Funeral
Tuesday afternoon.
CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD
2316 North 25th St.,
Rev. S. K.'NicHols, Pastor
Ann Oliver, Reporter
Sunday school .9:30 a. m.
Morning Service.11:30 a. m.
Young Peoples P. U.6 p. m.
Evening Service .7:30 p m.
Wed. Nite Prayer Service.. 7:30
Sunday throughout the day the
services were well attended, and
inspiring and educational. Our
pastors text for Sunday a. m. was
Behold I will Stand at the Door
and Knock—Text for even. Lord,
It is I.
NOTICE:—The Church Servic
es is being held at 2426 Erskine
until notified. All are welcome.
MORNING STAR BAPT Church
2608 Franklin Street,
Rev. L. W. Anderson, Pastor
Mrs. Vera E. Hopkins, Reporter
Sunday school .9:30 a. m.
Morning worship.11.00 a. m.
BTU.6:00 p. m.
Evening worship .8 p m.
Choir Rehearsal Tues. Evening..
.8 p. m.
Wednesday night Prayer meeting
.7:30 p. m.
Services throughout the day
was enjoyed by all. We started
the New Year off with a new or
der of service, whch I’m sure ev
eryone appreciated.
We elected officers for the year
last Wednesday night and the re
sults as follows:
Sister E. Johnson, Church Clerk
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AS WE
KNEW HIM
Let your light so shine before
men, that they may see your
good works and glorify your
Father which is in Heaven.
—Matthew 5:16.
REV. F. P. JONES, pastor of
Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, Oma
ha, Nebraska, has ended his tenth
year as Pastor of this church and
has left, much to our regret to
take a charge elsewhere. He de
livered his farewell sermon to a
saddned congregation, Sunday,
Dec. 14. He came to us during
the depression years when as a
Church we had but little to offer.
He came to us when we were
in extreme need of a leader and
became one of us. Living among
us as a true disciple of Jesus tea
ching and preaching, leading in all
that he wanted us to do. He be
lieved firmly in Bible living and
Bible giving. He and his loyal
companion came to us with beau
tiful records, there was naught,
clinging to the skirts of their gar
ments and today that record is
still unspotted.
He was not afraid to preach
pure gospel and then he believed
what he preached and lived it.
These ten years have not al-t
ways been sunshine and roses for
him, but yet he struggled on be
cause he loved the church and,
was loyal to it. Many times ho
didn’t- get all of his salary and
many times when money was so
scarce and bills were starring us
in the face that he would say—
“Just let me go this time and pay
your bills.’’
We are proud of the fact that
through his untiring efforts that
the mortgage which had been on
the church property was burned
last year. This mortgage had
been hanging over our heads for
thirteen long years, but he was
not afraid to tackle the job and to
day we are free of debt.
He preached the tithing system
which is the Bible way of giving
until many of the members are
now regular tithers. In this he
and Mrs. Jones headed the list.
They also brought to the church
a beautiful service which is known
as the “White Gift” and was ob
served every year at Christmas
time.
For three and one half years he
was Moderator of Nebraska State
New Era Baptist Association.
They have given of their be3t to
Mt. Moriah Church. They have
given of their substance and their
sincere service. We loved him as
a pastor because he was well pre
pared to lead us. He has buried,
our dead, joined our sons and our
daughters in holy wedlock., ad
ministered to the sick. Helped
those who needed help in times
of trouble. Gave sympathy, ad
vice and encouragement when
needed. Baptized many in Jesus’
Bro. W. A. Pryor, Finance Chair
j man; Bro. L. Loud, Treasurer; Bro
Lee McGee, President of the Sr.
Choir; Sister Julia Jones, Super
visor of the Jr. Choir; Sis. Graca
M. Kirtley, President of the Will
ing Workers Club; Sis. E. Johnson
President of the Mission Society;
Bro. Joseph, Superintendent of
Sunday school; Sis. W. R. Richard
son, President of the BTU; Sister
Ola Lett, President of the Usher
Board; Sister Ola Lett, President
of the Emergency Club; Sis. G. B
Anderson, Organist for the Sr.
Choir; Sis. C. Johnson, Organist
for the Jd. Choir; Sis. Vera E.
Hopkins, Church Reporter.
THIS WEEK IN RELIGION
AND THOUGHT
by Robert L. Moody
Life’s Crossings—
“Have you come to the Red Sea
place in your life when in Spite cf
all you can do;
There’s no way out, there’s no way
back,
There’s no other way but through”
The children of Israel had such
experience and most of us have
had ours. Now our nation has a
Red Sea to cross, but it can rec
eive marvelous deliverance by the
hand of the same God.
We have begun another year
and it has been adequately done
by prayer and meditation at the
request of our President and ocher
leaders. The ancient leader use^
the rod in his hand to miraculous
ly roll back the waters of the sea.
Planes, tanks, guns and prepared
ness in general are mere tools in
the hands of man. They are in
effective without the power of a
merciful God behind them. We do
not believe that God advocates any
destructive war among men but
he permits or hinders develop
ments which arise from these con
ditions. May He lead us to a per
iod of real justice and peace.
name. He was fatherly and bro
therly, a true shepherd of the
flock.
Likewise Mrs. Jones has labor
ed among us, working in the Sun
day school, the BTU, the Mission
Circle and other departments. She
was also active in the state work.
Their lives in the church, the
community and the city stand out
as Beacon lights, shining and
pointing humanity to the fact that
there is a reality in right and
righteousness. The church, the
Community and city are proud to
have had such an one in their
midst.
He has departed from us leav
ing footsteps in the sands of Mt.
Moriah’s time, that will long stand
out. He has left landmarks that
we can point to with pride. In
our hearts and minds he has left
memories that time will not erase.
He goes not because we want him
to, for his resignation has not been
accepted by the church. He leav
es in perfect peace and harmony
with the church and the doors of
Mt. Moriah stand ajar for him al
ways.
We not only lose a pastor but
a loyal friend as well, to whom we
are greatly indebted. God has
seen fit to call him to labor in an
other vineyard, so we bid he and
his companion God speed and wish
them success wherever they may
go.
THE BANQUET
The Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
of Omaha, Nebraska, honored
their Pastor and wife Rev. ar.d
Mrs. F. P. Jones at a Testimonial
Farewell banquet Tuesday, Dec
ember 16, 1941 thus ending ten
years of loyal service as Pastor of
Mt. Moriah Church.
The color scheme for the dining
room was green and silver. Cut
flowers and candles in crystal hol
ders formed center pieces for the
tables. At each plate was a fav
or in the form of a little cup con
taining after dinner mints and a
tiny scroll tied with a red ribbon,
which bore the name of the church
to which he was called.
Mrs. Luvenia Lewis dressed in
blue and gold satin was mistress
of ceremonies.
Rev. and Mrs. Jones and visit
ing ministers and their wives
seated at the guest of honor table
Mrs. Jones wore a beautiful blue
lace gown with a single American
beauty rose corsage, silver slippers
completed the costume.
The program consisted of voca1.
selections and three minute talks
by representatives of the Business
and Professional Men, Interdenom
inational Ministerial Alliance, the
Community, Omaha Ministerial
Alliance, the Press, New Era Bap
tist Association, Pastors Wives
Council, Sunday School and BTU
Congress.
Presentations from the church
were made by Mrs. W. R. Rogers,
response by Mrs. V. O. Jones and
Rev F. P. Jones. The farewell
song “Blessed Be the Tie that
Binds” was sung as everyone
stood and joined hands.
Rev. and Mrs. Jones left the
following morning for their new
destination, Corinthian Baptist
Church, Detroit, Michigan.
Mrs. Carrie Ward McGee wi'e
of Lee McGee of 2302 Grace St.,
died suddenly Dec. 31. Survivors
are a husband, a son and wife,
Wm. and Florence Ward of Chi
cago, 111., and a granddaughter,
Dorothy Mae Ward of Omaha.
She was a deaconess and faith
ful member of Mt. Moriah Baptist
Church. She has one sister Mrs.
Mattie Mitchell of Shreveport. La. j
PRAY FOR VISION
by Ruth Taylor
Where there is no vision, the
people perish.”
In this hour of trial and tribula
tions, when a deadly, devastating
war has been unleashed upon us,
and the storms of conflicting ru
mors are stirring up intense anx
ieties, let us pray for vision to
see.
First, let us pray for vision tt
see with clarity what lies befort
us in the coming months, to fad
the reality of things, uncolored bj
any shade of personal bias, who
her it be the rose color of undut
optimism, the deep green of pess
lmism, the flaming red of anger,
the vivid yellow of pride or tht
gray of indifference. Pray for va
'on to see clearly things as thej
•eally are here and now.
Second, let us pray for vision tt i
:ee with discernment; to look bo j
r.eath the surface; to weigh evert
-.iatement, considering well itt j
-arce and its possible effect, tt j
,udge carefully and with maturec.!
■dsdom; hot to be taken in by any I
""t» of carefully stimulated moo
opinion, nor by any of the wiiu
timors so carefully set afloat by
jubversive elements, and so wen
•llculated to upset the morale ana
Hinds of our sincere, God-fearing
ioonle. Pray for vision to see
Ibrough mists that veil the truth.
Third ,let us pray for vision to
i a with understanding to view
filth dispassionate but clear eyes
flot only what is going on, but al
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plays to be given during the mon
th of January. One of the plays
is an original one written by a
member of the Club. It is called
"Roland Spencer, Deceased”. The
pl-tyers will be Harvey Carter and
William Wright. It has a sur
prised ending that will be gr^ ulv
enjoyed by the audience. Anrn.ir
play to be presented wll be “Rid'-r
of Itiearns” a colored play, 'ihe
hero, who is not very amb tVj.is
or energetic, dreams that he is rid
ing a horse and that the horse
tells him how to get rich. The
CA3t will be, Dick Lewis, Lula Car
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