The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, August 10, 1946, Page 3, Image 3
\ .. Improved (• Uniform International I! SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON-; By HAROLD L LLNDQUIST D D Of T*>e Moody Eiblc Institute cf Or-.-JO I Released by Western Newspaper Union. " ' Lessen fer August il Lessen rjb!:“— nd s<—ptu-r texts *? hrtl and rot righted > v Intern w> ' *1 Council of Religious Education; a d 6> |lirilllT****~ JESl'S AND HT.1E RELATIONSHIPS LF'SON TEXT—!£xoc*u* SS !3: M’f 7:9-la Lake 2 5S. 52. E->r-- ns 6 t MEMORY SELECTION—He >r t>. lather ar.i tfcv mother: t at Lay day: may be Ion* uv- ♦!» If-" h e - *' • Lord thy God givetb tnee.—L-ta-aa -a * Home—that place so dear to trr heart of each ur.e c 1 i ;S «r. more preciour in the si-'t of G He is concerned about our horn and these who live ;n them. Right relationship between cr. : dren ar.d parents have much t) t with the peace and prosperity of community and a rat; r. Ext r ence has demonstrated that to t • true, but even more brs c -s ih fart that it is in accord with th promise cf God. One of the sad breakd wrs i* modem life is that of proper h< -i and obedience to parents b> chii i drm. In all too many homes God's ' order has been reversed and in I stead of honoring and obeying their parents, children (both young and old) have taken the place of "boss.*" arid mother and father must obey If they want peace and rest. The psoblem of juvenile delin quency, or perhaps we should say more correctly, parental delinqucn cy. is right on our doorsteps no* That means that the need for o*ir lesson is both great and acute. The future happiness of hundreds of thousands of children and the pres ent welfare of thousands of neglect ed end boss-ridden parents wifi de pend on the intelligence and faith fulness with which this lesson is taught in our churches, and the hon est* of heart with which we all re ceive its truth. I. The Responsibility Stated (Excd. 20:12). “Honor thy father and thy moth er"—bow good, and substantial, and rigtn those words sound. We ere told by Paul that this is the "first commandment with prom ise’* (Eph. 6:1-3). The Lord was not making a bargain w*th man. or seeking to draw out obedience by a prize, but there is obviously a great reward in the observing of this com an and meat. Tfces too as the children of God fit we are such) through Jesus ChtasL the first and most important i -. a*'-n to t or.- V;3re us is. V" »: is the mind anti wili of the Maker of us all regarding this mat ter of the relationship between par erhs and children? His words are plain: we are to "honor" our fa thers and our mothers. T*'* word ’’honor" carries with it a great many things, but per haps the three outstanding elements are respect, obedience and affection. But men do net wish to follow God’s direction, so we see next H. Th- Responsibility Evaded • Mark 7 9 13). vjch a.i important commandment n.*’ iraily held a high place in the ' thinkmg of the community. To vio late it involved a measure of shame which men sought to avoid. So the Jews of Christ’s day devised a scheme which made it possible for a man to appear to be very religious even as he deprived his parents of the ho* r and help to which they were ert ’l^d b> the law of God. The n an who did not wish to sup port n’s aged and needy parents coaid entirely evade that God-given rey -Kifibility by declaring that his property was “Corban"; that is. dedicated by a vow to God. There after no matter how great was the need of his parents they could re ceive nothing, and yet he could keep it and use it for himself. Thus do men make "the weyd of Cod of none effect" ‘v. 13) through the r traditions. The method differs but the spirit persists even in our day Jesus made short work of such trickery and evasion. He declared their man-made creeds and tradi t. ns to be simply a means of mak ing the command of God of none effect. Once more he condemns that formal religious observance which serves as a cloak for sin and selfishness. III. The Responsibility Fulfilled <Luxe 2:5I-?2; Eph. 6:1-4). I he manner m which children should be obedient to their parents ard honor them in the home is beau tifully exemplified in the life of our Lord, living as a boy in Nazareth. In the home the growing youth finds the best place for normal, well rounded development (v. 52). There is no substitute for the home. The words of the Holy Spirit through Paul in Ephesians 6:1-4 stress the same truth and enlarge up ® it Tr. s matter of honoring and obey ing parents "is right,” says Paul. It is re Lord's way. but it is also that . n commends itself to ev ery right-thinking person. T ire is tremendously important truth c.n the other side of the pic tu- Parents are not to provoke children to anger, to disre spect or disobedience. .day God help us who are parents t at we may take to heart this part of ur lessen. Our children axe our m t valuable possession. Gas on Stomach Relieved in 5 minutes or double your money back Wt*n «*c*s» i’.cauch arts nasa painful. 'Suff-icat irf t»». wb nfarti sue Harr Sara. Man MUU) prrarrib* tbr fwant-enlaa MdWtius h»w *« fycaptonofttr: —wtUrliii ilk* thad* In Brll-urii Tgt-.eU. N > Uuiltt B- ici brings comfort in i jilfy or demb!* four money bsck oc return of tn*ti* to at 23e at kil iirugguu. Where to go to Church Sunday Bethel Baptist Church 30th and S Street South Omaha Rev. M. C. Williams, Pastor Morning Worship 11 o’clock BTU. 6 P. M. Evening Worship 8 p. m. I'nion Memorial—The Methodist Church 3223 “IT* Street, South Omaha Rev A. L. Hook. Pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship. 11 o’clock Evening Worship 8 p. m. oes Allen Chapel AME. Church 25th and R Streets, So. Omaha Rev. Fant. Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. Mi. Olice Baptist Church 3010 R St.. South Omaha Rev. W. M. Clayton, Pastor Mrs. Jeannette Thompson, Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. BTU. 6 p. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. Church of God in Christ 27^2 R St.. South Omaha Elder A. E. Johnson, Pastor Sunday School 10 o’clock YPWW, 6:30 p. m. Prayer Band. Tuesday night Bible Band, Wednesday night Sewing Circle Thursday after noon at 2 p. m. Church of God in Christ Elder G. P. Benson Pastor 1710 North 25th St. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. YPWW 6 p. m. Evening Worship 7:45 p. m. c^» Church of God in Christ 2318 North 26th St. Elder V. M. Barker, Pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. V V Fellowship Baptist Church 1839 North 24th St. Rev. D. A. Campbell, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. BTU. 6:20 p. m. Church of the Liring God 2316 North 25th St. Elder Steele, Pastor Ann Oliver. Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. e-*~» Church of God in Christ 1207 South 13th St. Elder D. M. Watson, Pastor Iodell Watson, Reporter YPWW. 6 p. m. Evening Worship 7:45 p. m. c*s Parnilise Baptist Church 1811 North 23rd St. Rev. C. C. Adams. Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a. r.i. Morning Worship 11 a. m. LKW. Mission Thurs. 8 p. m. BYPU. 6 p. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. Prayer Service Wed., 8 p. m. 3ft. y’ebo Baptist Church 3211 Pinkney St. Rev. J. P. Mosley, Pastor Christine Phillips. Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. BTU. 6 p. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. Sr. Mission Tuesday 8 p. m. Prayer Service, Wed. 8 p. m. Bethel A ME. Church 2428 Franklin St., Rev. C. L. Williams, Pastor Etta Mae Woods, P.eporter Pilgrim Baptist Church 25th and Hamilton St. Rev. Charles Favors. Pastor Mrs. Ed. Dortch. Reporter Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 10:45 a. m. BTU 6 p. m. Evening Worship 7:45 p. m. Allen Christian Endeavor Lge. 6:30 p. m. St. Philips Episcopal Church 1119 North 21st St. Rev. S. G. Sachez, Pastor Mass 7:30—9:00 a. m. Church School—9:45 cas Salem Baptist Church 2Sth and Decatur Sts. Rev. J. C. Wade. Pastor L. A. Henderson, Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a- m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. BTU. 6 p. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. c+J> Hillside Presbyter’an Church 30th and Ohio Sts. Rev. E. W. Gordon. Pastor Mrs. T. Newte. Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Service 11 a. m. Visitors are always welcome c+s Church of God 2025 North 24th St. Elder S. S. Spaght. Pastor Alice Britt. Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. 1 1811 North 26th St. First Church of Deliverance Rev. A. J. Thomas, Pastor Miss Bernice Ellis, Reoor.ei I reaching Tuesday and Thurs days 8:00 p. m. Sunday School 10:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Evening Worship 8 p. in. C*-9 Christ Temple Church of Christ (Holiness) 2124 North 26th St. Res. 2122 North 26th St. Rev. O. A. Askemeese, Pastor Velma Shearron. Clerk c+s , Freestone Primitive Baptist Church 26th ai»d Hamilton Sts. Rev. Dan Thomas. Pastor Mrs. Pinkie Oliver, Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Service 11 a. m. YPVW 6 jp. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. nJ Zion Baptist Church 2215 Cl ant Street Rev. K. C. Williams, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Junior Church 10:45 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. BTTJ 6 p. m. Evening Worship 7:15 p. m. Pleasant Green Baptist Church 27th and Franklin Sts. Rev. J. H. Reynolds, Tastor Sunday School 0:30 a. m. Aioining Worship 11 a. m. LIU. 5:30 p. m. Evening Worship 7.30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday nite '< .30 p. m. Cleaves Temple CME. Church 25th and Decatur Sts. Rev. E. V. Wade, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a. ni. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Evening Service 8 p, m. c*J> Allen Chapel AME. Church 5233 South 25th St.. So. Omaha Rev. Y. B. Brooks. Pastor Sunday Schodl 9:30 a- m. Morning. Worship 11 a. m. c'KO Morning StaC Baptist Church 26th and Franklin Street Rev. Z. W. Williams, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. BTU 6 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. Interdenomination Church PEOPLES’ MISSION 1710 North 27th St. Rev. W. S. Farmer, Pastor Sunday School, 10:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11:30 a. m. ; Prayer Services Thursday 8 pm. Church of the Living God 2412 Parker St. Rev. S. K. Nichols, Pastor Rose Oliver, Reporter Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning Service 11:30 a. m. YPPU/5 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. Mt. Calvary Community Church Grant at 25th Street Rev. R. W. Johnson, Pastor R. Hatter. Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. oo St. John AME. Church 22nd and Willis Avenue “The Friendly Churh" Rev. E. B. Childress. Pastor Mason Devereaux. Jr, Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Union 6:30 p. m» 1 Evening Worship 8 p. m. Church of God in Christ 2230 Ohio SL Rev. J. C. Crawford, Pastor Worship 3 p.m. each Sunday Tues., Thurs.. nights David Spiritual Temple in Christ Council Bluffs, Iowa 1720 ^A venae A Circle Meeting Every Monday Evening 8:30 p. m. Prophecy and Healing cks Seven Day Adventist Church 2760 Lake Street Elder P. W. McDaniels, Pastor Sabbath School Saturday 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Vesper Service Friday even ing 7:45 p. m. Wednesday Prayer meeting 7:30 p. m. c+J Calvary Baptist Church of Red Oak, la. 603 Grimes St. Rev. Goldsmith, Pastor Julia Keene, Reporter Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. BYPU. 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. Frayer Meeting Wednesday c+n First Church of Deliverance 2621 Blondo St. Rev. A. J. Thomas, Pastor Rev. Frank Johnson, Asst. Rt- Rev. William Taylor, Bishop Iff. Moriah Baptist Church 24tb and Ohio Sts. Rev. David St. Clair. Pastor F. Burroughs, Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Meming Service 11 a. m. Eveniag Service 8p. m. "v St. Benedict Catholic Church 2423 Grant St. Father Moylan, Pastor Low Mass 7 a. m. Children’s Mass 8:30 a. m. High Mass 10 a. m. Clair Chapel Methodist Church 22nd and Miami Sts. Rev. C. C. Reynolds. Pastor MMrs. Viola Buford. Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. JVeic Hope Baptist Church 26th and Seward Sts. Rev. L. R. Bragg, Pastor Mrs. Ada J. Fields, Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. BTU 6 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. Junior Church 4 p. m. Visitors are always welcome. First Mission q/ the God Sent Light Prophet Hess, Officiator Ora Robinson, Reporter Services Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursday nights at 8 p. n». Private Reading Daily at 2010 North 23rd St. Hope Lutheran Church 30th and Corby Sts. H. H. Schaulard, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. c+J Apolostic Church of Christ 2518 Cuming St. Elder Milton T. Wilson, Pastor Order of Service— Sunday Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday Evening Worship 3 pm. Prayer and Preaching Tuesday evening 8 p. m. Bible Class, Friday evening at 8 p. m. All are welcome. Independent Community Church 2320 North 28th Avenue. Rev. E. F. Ridley. Pastor_ Religious News ST. JOHNS AMU CHURCH 22nd and Willis Ave. Reverend E. B. Childress Mason Devereaux Jr., reporter Preaching to a very attentive and eager Christian congregation for food for thought, our minister de livered a spirit-filled sermon. His text was Galatians 6:14 and his subject was ‘The Challenge of the Cross’. Thoughts from his inspir ing and challenging message were as follows: You might succeed in escaping the law of the land but you can’t escape the law of God, If a man is looking for ease in this world if he follows God, his thinking is wrong for the road to Christian glory is one ofmany hard ships and self sacrifice; and fin ally, a man ought to know where he stands in relations to Jesus Christ and if he doesn't know he is apt to run and stumble in all directions, and if he does, he stands on solid rock. At the 7:30 evening services we were honored with the presence of Dr. S. H. Lewis ABDD of the 1st AME church of Kansas City. Kan. who delivered us a sermon full of encouragement and inspiration from the text St. Matthew 16:18, ‘ And I say unto you. that thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will buld my church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it*. Visitors: Mrs. D. C. Brown, St Joseph, Mo; Mrs. Tyres, New York City; Mrs. Georgie G. Hill, Kan sas City. Mo; Mrs. Jessie Caskey, Kansas City, Mo; Mrs. Ollie Collie Lincoln. Nebraska; Mrs. Willard Vann Sr., Talsa, Okla, guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Vann Jr.; Miss Laura L. Thomas, St. Louis. Mo.; Miss Lallie B. Brown, Washington, D. C. Mrs Ella Mae Wright, Kan sas City, Mo.; Miss Kidd of Lex ington, Mo.; and Marion Charlie Lue nephew of Mrs. H. Moore. As our annual conference gets closer the officers and pastor ur ges members to pay your annual assessments of $3 per member and all clubs and auxilliaries govern yourselves accordingly in order that our church schools, hospital, pension funds, widow funds, and other obligations of our church be provided for. Don’t our fellow churches have to bear the burden of these obligations, but let each church in the name of the Father and the Son bear its own share of the load according to its ability. VN'ever let it be said that this worthy cause suffered at my hand. Pay your assessments now. The Willing Workers, along with other members of our church who have paid on or all of their indivi dual obligation, is to be highly commended for being the first auxiliary of the church to pay its annual assessment by giving $50 on Sunday morning August 4th. Let us all fall in line in order that the Christian banner of St. Johns may continue to fly. Not only be mindful of our annual con ference assessment but also of our class assessments (dues) each Sunday: our general fund obliga tions and our quarterly. _ I The Watchmen of St. Johns of| which Mr. B. A. Howell is presi dent are working zealously on | their plans for ‘Howell Sunday1, j The second Sunday in September. Their slogan ‘Let’s Howell With A Thousand Dollars', is typical of the fine Christian spirit of the men j of St. Johns. Mr. H. L. Preston director of the Men's Chorus, is planning a real musical treat on the second Sunday. Watch this column for further developments. Men who Summer Guest Speaker - -a-:-: m The Reverend lOoitor ARTHUR CARL PIEPKORN. Chaplain (Lt. Colonel i in the United States Army, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, and summer guest speaker on the Lutheran Hour, August 11, 18 and 25. Bringing Christ to the Nations C-*-9 THE INTERNATIONAL LUTHERAN HOUR “Over Station KBOM every Sunday morn’ 11:30 —Publicity Department — 3558 South Jefferson A re., Saint Louis, Missouri Saint Louis. Missouri, August 11. (Special t An appeal for ’‘vic torious living” was issued today by the Reverend Doctor Arthur Carl Piepkorn, Chaplain (lieutenant Colonel), instructor at the Chaplain’s School, Fort,Oglethorpe, Georgia. Chaploin Piepkorn declored: "‘God’s eace comes, not with a mere academic knowledge of what He said; such knowledge is only a means to an end. ‘These words have I spoken unto you that in Mee ye might have eace.’ Faith in Jesus Christ is infinitely more than the recitation of a formal creed. You will find peace in Jesus Christ only after His Holy Spirit has worked in you penitent sorrow' for every known sin in your life and o hatred for your sins because they are offens es against God. Peaee cannot come into your heart until you have renounced the sins of flesh and the sins of the Spirit that separate you from God. the lust and the greed, the envy and the anger, the intemperance and the pride and the spiritual loiness that you have on your conscience. Peace will come to you only as you receive the divine gift of faith in Christ as your personal Redeemre which the Holy Ghost implants into your hear by the Means of Grace, with its occomponying rebirth of the will, the affections, and the mind.” Chaplain Piepkorn continued: “Are you worried about on un certain future, are you distressed about past failure, are you per plexed by present difficulties? Seen hundred years before the be ginning of our era your Lord declared through the prophet Isaiah:: "All flesh shall know that 1 the Lord am thy Saviour ond thy Re deemer."’ Are you terrified by the prospect of another war, dis turbed by the chaotic confusion of our world, hopeless before the mounting might of the foes of righteousness, tormented by the en forced absence of loved ones, unable to adjust yourself to the de mands of your present occupation, tortured by your failure to live up to the confidence and trust that others impose in you? Nine teen hundred years ago, Saint Poul inquired: ‘"Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or per secution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril or sword?’ and this was the answer which God enabled him to give:: ‘Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him that loved us.’ ” are members of our church who are not yet affiliated with this newly organized group are urged to join now. The Young People are urged to come out on Sunday to our Allen Christian Endeaver at 6 pm. Let us come out and plan many Christian programs, discussion groups and Bible studies together. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson were the host and hostess to the Minute Men and Womens' Auxi liary at the home of Mrs. E. Cun ningham. Reports from comimttee members on the outing held at the home of their president Mr. A. R. Goodlett told of the appreciation of the excellent time had by all the guests of the members at this affair. ’Irs. Campbell and Mrs. Roy ster. sisters of Mrs. Carrie How ell were honored guests at the meeting and both gave the organ ization several encouraging re marks in their future undertaking and future projects. Class Meetings each Tuesday evening at 8 pm. Prayer each Wednesday even ing at 8 pm. Senior choir rehearsals each Thursday' evening at 8 pm. Junior Choir rehearsals on each Wednesday evening at 8 pm. Youth groups meet each Sat urday afternoon at 1 and 2 pm. Mothers send your children to Sunday School each Sunday morn ing at 9:30. Attend our morning services at 11 and our evening ser vices at 7:30 pm. Visitors and friends are always welcome at St. Johns the friendly church at 22nd and Willis Ave. Come and worsh.p with us won’t you? HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH 30th and Corby Streets H. H. Schauland, Pastor On August 4 Mt. James E. Chri stopher and Mrs. W. M. Hudgens were received into membership of Hope Lutheran Church by the rite of confirmation. Confirmation is a public confession of faith in Jesus as the Savior of the world and a promise of faithfulness to Him un til death. God grant them His grace to carry out their promise. When asked why he went to the church, a man answered: I go to church because I have an appoint ment with God. He set the date 1900 years ago when He said: ‘He that hath ears to hear, let him hear'. True, I meet Him in other places, but Sunday is my special appointment. I cannot afford to miss it.” We wish that more peo ple would feel that way. During the summer months churches us ually experience a slump in atten dance at services and Sunday School. It is strange, but it is gen erally in summer that religion is snowed under. One wonders what people do to keep out the devil's moths, when they hang their reli gion aw*ay for the summer. We all agree that this slump in church attendance is a bad sign. If only these people who absent themselv es from God's House in the good old summertime would realize what they are missing! They may be missing the very sermons which they needed most to direct them to eternal life. We cannot help feel ing sorry for them. Services are held at Hope Luth eran all the year round at 11 am. This is your appointment with God. Sunday School and Bible class at 10 am. Our erollment has gone up every’ Sunday during the past two months but we can accomodate many more children. Send them. Dr. Arthur C. Piepkom. Chap lain, US Army, will speak on thej Lutheran Hour August 11 at 11:30 am. over KBON. His theme: ‘Vic torious Living”. Tune in. CLEAVES TEMPLE C. M. E. CHURCH Rev. E. Wade, Pastor The Sunday School was well re presented last Sunday and all de partments are doing fine under the leadership of our capable leaders. They stand ready to give your children the best they have to inspire them to become follow ers of Christ. See that they attend Sunday School every Sunday. H. L. Cribbs. supt. Rev. G. Bivens, department supt. The morning services opened on the hour with a full choir ready to begin the services with their gospel songs. The Stewardesses. Ushers and usherettes were at their posts ready to give you their best in service. Our P. E. was with us and gave us a wonderful message on testimonies that was well received. The presence of the Holy Spirit was with everyone. He administered the Holy Communion and two members were added. We were very glad to have our visi tors in our midst. Visitors are al ways welcomed. Come out and feel at home. On Sunday night our souls were filled with another great message by our P. E. Rev. R. A. Simpson. Also our choir stirred our souls with their re quest songs under the direction of Mrs. Lucy Mae Britt. Come , out next Sunday and hear our Junior choir present their request pro gram under the direction of Mrs. Blanchlee Wright. Our Junior Choir is progressing fine. Let us do all we can to help them climb higher. Don’t forget to send your child ren to the church each fridey even ing for training in the Youth Move ment also Junior choir rehearsal. Remember the sick in your pray ers. Marie Hudgens, rep. " CLAIR METHODIST CHURCH 22nd at Miami Sts. Rev. C. C. Reynolds, Pastor This coming Sunday August 11 is Mens' Day at Clair. Music for the morning service will be fur nished by a group of men from Clair. The sermon by the pastor on “Men of God”. The afternoon service at 3:15 will be supported by the Men’s Chorus of Pleasant Green Baptist church. The sermon will be delivered by the Rev: E. V. Wade, pastor of Cleaves Tem ple CME church. The evening ser vice at 8 o'clock will again be in charge of the Men of Clair church with the sermon by Rev. A. L. Rev nolds Jr. The men of Clair church extend a cordial invitation to the men of all our churches to worship at Clair Sunday afternoon. MORNING STAR BAP. CHURCH Rev. Z. W. Williams, Pastor Sunday School opened at 9:30 am. with the supt. Mrs. M. LoUd in charge. Devotional service was led by Deacons Johnson and Tur ner. After the choir sang the pas tor took charge of service. He read the 20th chapter of Exod\is and the 8th vs. “Remember the Sabbath Day and keep it Holy. Text St. Mark 3:1 “And he said unto the man which had the wi thered hand: stand forth”, subject “The Transition and Restoration of a Withered Hand”. A very fine picture wras drawn from the mes sage. I feel sure everyone was ben efitted. At 2 pm. the Housewives dinner was at the home of Mrs. W. R. Richardson. A delicious din ner was served at 6:30. BTU was opened at its usual our. Rev. H. W. Fitch president Your. Discharge," Private ~ and #1,000 SPRINGFIELD, MO. — "Private Hyndman, here is your honoi>\ able discharge from the Army of the United States,” said Col. Charles K. Berle, commanding officer of O’Reilly General hospital hero. “And. here, George, is a check for $1,000.” said Miss Lillian Carney, St» Louis, chief of occupational therapist at the hospital. ^ • Pfc. George Hyndman, Omaha, N?b., wounded in the Italian cam paign, built 3 model car in the Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild ctynpe tition for hospitalized servicemen and won top honors for the snrounct and sc- vice forces. His eheek for $1,000 arrived the c:une <fcy ha reeei his discharge and left for home, “ in ccharge. At 8'pm. another fine message delivered by Rev. W. M. Binton of St. Louis, Mo., from Eph. 2:8-£. Who am less than the least of all the saints. The Lord’s Supper was administered. We were happy to have with us Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lee of Brownwooa, Texas. Mrs. Lee was formerly a member and was superintendent of Sunday School and also presi dent of Willing Workers Club. A great worker. The Mission Circle met at the home of Mrs. Julia Jones Monday night. A baby sho wer was given in honor of Mrs. Lovie Carter's baby, some very lovely gifts were received. We are happy to have back with us from their vacation in the south Mrs. Curtiss Seals and Mrs. W. E. Frederick. Mrs. Richardson, rep. Prayer Day Services The Spiritual Life Committee of the New Era Association will hold their at the Pilgrim Baptist church ! 25th and Hamilton Sts. Thursday August 15 from 10:00 am. to 2:00 pm. Please attend the meeting and, help to carry on. Mrs. Cora Haynes, pres. Mrs. F. Moore, rep. I Burnell Funeral Held We wish to express our thanks to each of you that was so kind to remember us doing our great sorrow. Your kind expressions of sympathy will long be remember ed. We also thank the pastor and members of the Salem Baptist Church also Roosevelt Post No. 30 American Legion. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller and family. Mr. Van Phillips of Rosston. Ark. was in our city for the funeral of his grandson Nedham Levon Burnell. Also present was Sgt. Hubert Phillips of Ft. Braggs. N. C., Mr. Talmadge Phillips. Little Rock. Ark., and an aunt Mrs. Jonny Zackery of Rosston, Ark. WDL Congratulates Union On Appointment Of Doctors NEW YORK CITY-(WDL)—For winning the first apppointment of Negro physicians to a railroad's medical staff. Local 314, United Transport Service Employees re ceived congratulations from the Workers Defense League. The two Negroes, Dr. Arthur Hibbler and Dr. W. \V. Andrews were appoint ed to the medical staff of the Cni cago Rock Island and Pacific Rail road at Kansas City, Mo., follow ing a prolonged campaign by Lo cal 314. At the same time the League wished luck to Looal 315, UTSE which is trying to do the s%me in Little Rock, Arkansas and to both locals on thefr forthcoming strug gle to gain Union representation on the railroad’s hospital board. •---■— Degrees Awarded At Lincoln University ‘Mo.' JEFFERSON City. Mo., August 3, 1946—Degrees from the College of Arts and 'Sciences of Lincoln University. (Mo.) were awarded to 31 candidates at the commence ment convocation of the summer session of the 80th anniversary of the institution. The graduates were adflressed by Dr. George VV. Diemer, presi dent, Central Missouri State Tea chers College, Warrenburg, Mo., who drew on his life-long exper iences in the field of teaching and administration, and especially the unique experiences as one of a 30 member commission chosen from the country at large to visit observe and make recommenda tions for the democracizatlpn of Japan. Dr. Diemer presented a vivid picture of conditions, ideol ogies and educational altitudes of Japanese people, especially its for mal educative ages. Throughout the presentation the challenge and position of the 1946 college grad uate in the scheme of world order as leaders was emphasized. The program was presided over by President Sherman D. Scruggs who conferred the degrees. Bless ings were envoked on the gradu ates and audience by the Rev. E. C. W. 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