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RAl.PI! BATES MARCHING Cl,I B
The Ralph Bates Marching Cluo,
367 i bpoe. yf w. held a regular
meeting on July 22, 1942.
M'e will have our Emancipation
Picnic, Sunday, August 2, 1942.
Place The German Park on 13th and
G ;>ts. General admission 15 cts.
Dancing in the evening.
This affair is open to the public.
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Amos Thomas, Pres., Harold
Roache, Secy, Otis Wright, Report
ST. JOHNS AME. CHURCH NEWS
Last Sunday was a gala day at St.
Johns; while our pastor was unable
to be in attendance because of ill
ness at the morning worship, the,
service was impressively conducted
by our associate pastor Rev. Thom
as Rucker. Mrs. Pearl Hierony
mous, our assistant pianist, directed
the choir at this service. St. John
is now the proud prossessor of an
American and Religion flag which
now adorns our pulpit, through the
efforts of Mr. L. L. McVay and his
committee. The flags were present
ed at the morning service. The
highlight of the days activities was
at the evening service when the
long awaited contest between Zion
Baptist and St. John terminated
with a wonderful expresion of Chris
tian fellowship and unity. St. John
was the victor by bringing in lhe
largest amount of finance. Rev. F.
C. Williams of Zion delivered the,
message and singing by the com
bined choirs of both churches un
der the direction of Mrs. Pearl Gib
son and Mrs. Irene Moten was in
deed wonderful. St. Johns joined
the many friends of Mrs. Mable A
vant in extending sympathy' to her
husband and family over her pass
ing in Junction City, Kansas, last
week.. Quite a few members of the
The August Sale
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Sale to Attend More
So this Year than EVER
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Phyllis Wheatley Mite Missionary
Society will attend the Nebraska
Conference branch meeting to be
held at the First A ME. Church. Kan
sas City, aKnsas, August 5-6-7.
Women's Day which was to have
been held the first Sunday in Aug
ust, has been postponed and the
date' will be announced later.
The first Sunday in August will
be Communion. Rev. Ridley was
! with us Sunday evening, and we>
hope he will continue to improve
and have him again fill his pulpit
next Sunday when he will bring an
other of his soul stirring sermons.
Dont forget our class meeting each
Tuesday night. You are welcome at
all our services. And for a spiritual
treat and an hour of devout worship
come to St. John, the Church of
The meeting was held at the home
of Betty Thomas, 2210 Charles St.
After the reading of the minutes,
we discussed different ways of rais
ing money and the taking of the
Club's pictures. At the close of the
meeting a delicious luncheon was
Served by our hostess. The next
meeting will be held on Saturday,
August 1, at 6:30 p. m. at the home
of Miss Velma Thomas .co-sponsor
3022 Corby Street.
Doris Pittman. President, Beverly
The State Prayer Day will be held
at the Mt. Nebo Baptist Church on
August the 13th from 10:30 till 2:00
Please come and be with us. Sis
ter aHyneS. President, Sister Bolden
Chairman, Sister Butler, Secy.
Teh Willing Workers Club of Mt.
i Moriah Baptist Church held their
regular meeting Tuesday night July
21st at the home of Rev. and Mrs.
St. Clair. The Traveling Social
sponsored by the club was a won
derful success and was attended by
many. The club will meet Tuesday
night August 4th at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Stewart 2921 North
25th St., at 8 p. m. A wonderful;
meeting was held at the church
Sunday and 3 new members were
added to the church Sunday morn
The President of the Willing
Workers Club Mrs. J. E. Lindsay,
2217 North 27th Avenue, left Tues
day morning July 28th to visit rela
tives and friends in Chicago. Detroit
and Cleveland. Ohio. The vice
President Mrs. Georgia DeCarnot
will preside in her absence.
Rev. David St. Clair, Pastor. Mrs.
•T. E. Lindsay, President, Mrs. W.
L. White, Secy and Reporter.
PARADISE BAPTIST CHURCH
1811 North 23rd St.,
Rev. C. C. Adams. Pastor
The Junior Department of the
Paradise Baptist Church Sunday
School will present a Musical pro
gram on August 7. 1942 at 8:30 p.
m. Please come out and encourage
CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD
1906 North 24th Street,
Rev. S. K .Nichols, Pastor
Rose Oliver. Reporter,
Sunday school , . . 9:43
Morning Service . 11:30
YPPU.. . .._6:00
Evening worship , . S:M
Wed. night meeting,,.8:00
Thursday choir . ,,..8:00
Sunday throughout, we had real
Our pastor being with us who has
been out of the city preaching,
preached us a stirrin gsermon. His
subject was ‘Something that “Sts.
Sunday night our pastor was
with the white church on the south
side and preached and healed. “His
subject there were “Love" Oh
how they enjoyed him. They will
be with us on Tuesday night. Sis
ter Dollie Mae Brown carried on
while the pastor was away. Every
one enjoys Sister Brown very much
because the spirit dwells in her.
You can learn something from her.
by coming out and hearing her.
Our pastor’s subject for Sunday
morning, August 2nd will be ‘‘Ren
der Unto God things that belong to
God, Unto Ceasar things that be
long to Ceasar”. Sunday night
“The Lord’s Supper”.
Everyone is welcome to worship
with us at all times.
PASTOR RETURNS FROM TRIP
The Rev. S. K. Nichols, Pastor of
the Church of the Living God 1906
North 24th St., returned to his pest.
He visited the General Convention
in St. Louis, Mo-, where he preach
ed to a large congregation.
Everyone could feel the spirit be
cause the spirit ran high
On leaving the convention, he
wc-nt to his home in Chicago where
he spent a week with his family.
He enjoyed this very much, and
while in Chicago he preached in
several large churches.
Rev. Nichols claimed he enjoyed
his trip very much.
HONORED AT BREAKFAST
On Friday morning of last week
Mrs. C. A. Branch honored Mrs. El
izabeth Brown at breakfast at her
home on Binney St., Mrs. Brown
is the guest of Mrs. Ollie Davis.
Anoiher out of town guest was Mrs.
Whitehead of Jersey City, N. .T.
who is guest of Mrs. G. B. Lennox.
| The weather was perfect for such
an affair and the house so cheery
with garden flowers here and thee.
Other geests were Madames Bertha
Beil, Carrie Jewell, Essie Porter
Cleota Parker, -hearis Taylor, D~ '
is Moore, r oris ?} obes, Th
Tnotnas, and Miss Jem Wright, M -
Jewell and Parker v or high sc r
at bridge. Mrs. B'oy*> guest prize
Mrs. C. Aneita Blackburn. Execu
tive Secretary of the Northside
Branch YWCA., and her son, Clifton
Harper, left Omaha on July 16th,
motoring South to visit her mother,
and father. Prof- and Mrs. W. H.
Harper of Gainesville, Georgia. Mrs
Grace Bradford, Neighborhood Sec
retary of the Omaha Urban League
and her son Gaines, Junior accom
panied the Blackburns to St. Louis,
Mo., where they will spend some
time With Mr. Bradford who is do
ing Social work there.
Enroute the Blackburns will vis
it in St. Louis, Nashville, Atlanta
and other points South. Will re
turn to the city the First of Aug.
Miss Eula MeShane, of Tulsa, Ok
la., has been in the city visiting her
brother, Mack MeShane.
Miss Doreen Douglas, of Topeka,
Kansas, is spending the summer vis
iting her aunt, Mrs. Lillian Bryan*.
2624 Cahrles Street, and family.
The closing event for the 3C’s club
was a farewell party for Delores
Williams, who left for Washington,
D. C. Wednesday, July 15. The
party was held at the home of Miss
Lutisha Neely, 3107 Corby Street.
We were very sorry to see Delores
leave and we shall be very anxious
to see her again next summer. The
3C’s will re-open again in the fall
with more new ideas. They a.-e
closing for the summer because so
many of our members have left the
city on vacations.
Peggy Anderson, Pres., Betty
A lovely dinner was given by
Mr. D. Anderson and Mrs. Genevia
Merrifield 2802 Caldwell Street, in
honor of her niece Miss Clements
Walker of Los Angeles, California
formerly of Omaha, Nebraska. 9
guests were present.
CLAIR CHAPEL ME. CHURCH
Jamie C. Norman, Reporter,
Rev. C. C. Reynolds, Pastor
Sunday was a high day at the
church- Rev. C. C. Reynolds’ ser
mon continued from a series on
“Stewardship”, was very beneficial
he said, Man’s hapiness consist not
in a mans possessions, but as he
thinketh in his heart.
The 3 o’clock hour was especially
enjoyable. Rev. B. F. Rooks and
choir of Newman Methodist Church
of Lincoln. Nebraska, conducted the
| M. L. mike’ Entires
DEMOCRAT FOR DIRECTOR
He has demonstrated his ability, honesty and ef
ficiency while serving as your County Treasurer
and also as Sheriff* He favors: Free water for
the Schools, elimination of fire hydrant tax levy
and cutting expense to the absolute necessity in
order to relieve the tax payer of some of their
| A VOTE for MIKE ENDRES is a vote for ef
service. “I am come that you may
have life, and that you might have
it more abundantly” was the theme
used by Rev. Rooks! He illustrat
ed on the abundance of mans poss
essions. He said, if we can get the
congregation to think, we can get
them to act.
Surely, there are many thinking
churches, for many 0f our members
and several churches responded tp
the Rally to complete down pay
ment on the parsonage at 2028 Mi
ami Street. The amount requested
was $158.14. Rev. Reynolds, Trus
tees, Chairmans and members arc
very proud of this achievement and
heartily thank the public for any
services rendered and especially
grateful to the churches who sent
The service conducted by the Wo
man’s Division—with Mrs. Eula
Gilliam chairman, was indeed very
inspiring. Mrs. D. W. Gooden was
the speaker. Her talk was very
helpful to the woman in the part
they should play in church life.
The District Conference with Rev.
G. D. Hancock presiding begins
Tuesday, August 4-9. Everyone is
invited to attend any of the day
sessions or evening services.
Mrs. Charles N. Pankey, Jr., of
3110 Corby Street, recently return
ed from visiting her husband who is
in the army and who is located at
Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Mary
land. She states that he has receiv
ed his diploma in cooking and from
the baker's school and expects to
receive a higher rating by the end
of this month. He is now an in
structor in the Butcher shop.
Miss Lorain Richardson, one of
the outstanding school teachers of
Biloxia, Miss. is visiting relatives
at 2403 North 22nd St. Miss Rich
ardson has been a very prominent
figure and very active in education
al circles for sometime. Welcome
to our city at all times.
Rev. Rooks an dhis choir of New
man Chapel of Lincoln, Nebraska,
had charge of the Sunday afternoon,
services at 3 p. m. at Clair Chapel
) Methodist Church and a beautiful
sermon was delivered, and the choir
rendered very fine music and songs
to the large crowd that attended
rand let us all say, welcome to our
city at all times.
The funeral of Mrs. Lena Patter
son of 2623 Burdette St., was held
at the Metropolitan Community
Church on Wednesday afternoon,
July 22 at 2 p. m. and was very
largely attended. The large num
ber of telegrams and the condol
ences and resolutions and the consol
ing remarks by fiev. Williams and
Reynolds and the very fine sermon
by Rev. Johnson, was very impres
Mrs. Viola Buford of 2526 Wirt
St., returned home on July 22 from
! an extended trip. She visited in
! St. Louis, Mo., Chicago and Madi
son, 111., Gary, Ind., and enjoyed a
very lovely visit and was very roy
ally entertained, and she was very
much needed at Clair Chapel when
she was away as her activities as
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MR. EDWARD TATE
Mr. Edward Tate, Sr., age 49, died
Friday July 24th at his residence,
2222 Grace Street, Mr. Tate had
been a resident of Omaha for thirty
years. He is survived by his wife
Mrs. Viola Tate, Omaha, two soils,
Marshal of Omaha, Sergeant Edw
ard Tate, Jr., 621st Ord. Co., A. Fort
Lewis, Washington, who attended
the funeral, one brother Marshal
Tate, Chicago, Illinois. Funeral
services were held Wednesday after
noon from Mt. Moriah Baptist
Church with Rev. David St. Clair
officiating. Burial Prospect Hill
Cemetery. Arrangements by The
Thomas Funeral Home.
MRS. SARAH MITCHELL
Mrs. Sarah Mitchel Roberts, died
Monday July 27th at her home 2703
, North 25th Street. Mrs. Roberts
was a devout member of Zion Bap
tist Church and had been a resid
ent of this community for 29 years.
She is survived by one son, Mr.
William J. Roberts, sister Mrs. Ka
therine Payne, a nephew, Mr. Char
les E. Payne all Of Omaha. Funeral
services were held Thursday after
noon from Zion with Rev. F. C.
Williams officiating. Burial Forest
Lawn. Arrangements by Thomas.
THIS WEEK —
Joe McShayne' orchestra in town.
NAACP. membership drive going
Satchel Page honored with very
nice presents at B. B. game in Chi.
Negro baseball players tryout in
I Major eLague August 4th
Clair Chapel parsonage drive goes
Elks picnic in the making.
Many Colored soldiers on the
Politics looming up slowly .
Labor unions making ready lor
! Labor Day parade.
Many employees on vacations....
writing letters home!, .for What?
SAVE YOUR WASTE GREASE
With 95 percent of Omaha groc
ers cooperating in the grease sal
vage campaign and with grease col
lections mounting weekly, Omaha's
total salvage at last report had
reached 9,529 pounds. Housewives
are now contributing over a thous
and pounds a week in the drive to
reclaim waste kitchen fats for use
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COUNTY ATTORNEY, citoW
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This Coming Sunday
The ELKS MARCHING CLUB I.B.P.O.E. of W.
Will Hold Their- *
AT THE GERMAN AMERICAN CLUB
—I3th and ‘G’ Street—
and would like to have a crowded park. As there
is plenty of shade and tables and refreshments
and Dancing in the evening.
There will bq speaking in the afternoon. So
Meet the Marching Club at the Park.
Under a new government ruilng
| the ceiling price on waste grease
has been set at four cents a pound,
effective August 1. Grocers have
been paying five cents a pound
since the Omaha campaign opened
1 last May.
1 NAACP. ANNUAL CONFERENCE
TO MEET IN KANSAS CITY,
KANS., IN 1943.
Los Angeles. .. .The annual conf
erence of the NAACP for 1943 will
be held in Kansas City, Kansas. The
invitation to Kansas City for the
!4th annual conference was ex
tended by R. B. Brown, president of
the Kansas City, Kansas branch,
and accepted by the delegates in the
closing business meeting of the 33rd
annual conference, Saturday morn
ing, July 18th.
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