The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, November 23, 1946, Page 3, Image 3

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(Bringing Christ
to the Nations
at “Orer Station KHO^l
Every Sunday morn’
! 11:30 P. M.
—Publicity Department —
3558 Soutb Jefferson Ave.
Saint Louis, Missouri
Dr. Waller A. Maier
Orange, California, November 24 (Special) “The power
of prayer was never needed more, hut heeded less, in Amer
ica than now," Dr. V alter A. Maier of Concordia Theological
Seminary. Saint Louis, Missouri, declared here today in an
address over the Lutheran Hour. He declared that an in
ternational propaganda campaign against prayer is now in
progress throughout many sections of the world. Atheist
teachers, In* claimed, are systematically teaching their child
ren that folded hands uud bended knees are an outworn su
Thanksgiving services, Dr. Maier declared, are a farce for
millions in America. They are not interested enough in
divine bounty to follow the President’s appeal and the de
mands of common gratitude to attend church on Thanksgiv
ing and praise the Almighty for His bounty. He predicted
that in some cities the sport and social functions will count
more followers than the churches.
“The waste of good food in the United States, while across
the seas rickety children still claw through skimpy garbage
barrels, is a tragic scandal.” He declared that we will have
to pay heavily for the waste of war and for the wilful des
truction of eatables through government or industrial polic
ies. Dr. Maier called on the nation’s families to build pray
ing. thankful homes, as a bulwark against encroaching god
lessness. He asked for a repentant nation, reconsecrated to
the Lord and to the grateful spirit of the Plymouth Pilgrims.
I>r Maier also announced the resumption of shortwave
broadcasting to Lurope and Africa over two powerful trans
mitters in New York.
Twenty-fourth and Blondo Sts.
Rev. S. S. Spaght, Pastor
2025 North Twenty'fourth Street
Rev. S. S. Spaghts, Pastor
Mrs. Minnie Long, Reporter
Sunday School opened with
prayer after which teachers took
charge of their classes each class
having a wonderful lesson. As al- ;
ways, each class gave an inspir
ing review of the lesson studied.
The attendance was large.
Morning service opened with the
Devotional and the text was ta
ken from Isaiah 2:2-3 subject 'The
New Testament Church". Rev.
Spaghts was as usual at his best !
in bringing the message. His
thoughts of interest were as fol
low: We as Christians should by
our everyday living put Christ on I
exhibition so that the world may j
see there is a reality in serving
God: also we as followers of our :
Christ should seek higher heights j
and in order to do that we must !
he willing ti give up everything
that is unlike God; we must be ,
lifted up by the Spirit of God that j
purges all sin. So Christians do
let us be examples of Christ at
all times and on all occasions. We
welcome you to come and worship
with us.
During the H p. m. service, we
were also inspired to continue to
let our lives speak for Christ and
at which time anither soul was
claimed Mr. Valley Webster. We
arc looking forward to another
baptizing soon. Dorothy Kirken
doll and W. Sawyer were baptized
Nov. 2nd. We wish to express
our sincere gratitude to Sister
Blancks who has been with us
for several months and who has
worked faithfully in building up
our choir and creating* the youth
day program and many many
more wonderful things she has
done since being with us. Sister
Blarvcks is leaving our city to
become a resident of Lincoln, Ne
braska. We know the saints of
Iancnin will wrelcome her because
she is a true worker for God.
Morning Star Bapt. Church
Rev. Z. W. Williams, Pastor
Sup day School at 9:30. BTU at
6 p. m. Kleven o’clock devotional
services was conducted by Bro.
Curtiss Seals. Bro. L. Loud. Scrip
ture Rev Jas. Crowder. Music was
furnished by the Senior choir. Bro
therhiod. Junior Ushers were in
charge. Rev. H. W. Kitch deliyer
ed the message. 18th chap, of St.
Luke 10-12 vs. at 8 p. m. Another
fine message was brought to us.
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The members and friends of Morn
ing Star are all smiles to know
we have purchased a new home;
the St. Mark Lutheran at 20th
and Burdette St. Rev. Z. W. Wil
liams and wife motored to Mem
phis last week and will return
this week and will move into his
new home at 20th and Burdette
St., the church parsonage. He will
also bring his mother back with
him. Mrs. Julia Jones, Deacon
Turner and Mrs. Mary Fitch are
on the sick list. Let us pray for
their speedy recovery. The inst
allation services of Rev. Z. W.
Williams and wife will be held or.
Dec. 4 closing Dec. 8 at 3 p. m.
Further announcements will be
made. Please attend your weekly
activities. Come to Morning Star;
you are welcome.
30th and Corby Streets
H. H. Schauland, Pastor
Hope Lutheran cordially invites
the general public to its services.
Service on Sunday morning be
gins at 11 a. m.; Sunday School
and Bible Class at 10 a. m.
For many years the people of
America have observed an annu
al Thanksgiving Day. The purpose
of this national day of Thanks
giving is to encourage all people
to take time iut to review the
many blessings of their God and
to return thanks to Him for these
blessings. Hope Lutheran will ob
serve Thanksgiving Day in a
special church service at 11 a. m.
on Nov. 2Kth. You are most wel
come to attend.
io do tnis must be God-pleasing
for in His Word God says: “En
ter into His gates with' thanks
giving, and into His courts with
nraise: be thankful unto Him, and
bless His name”. One of the great
est disappointments which our
Savior experienced on this earth
was this that He healed the sick
and helped the needy they failed
to thank Him for it. For example
when He healed the ten lepers,
only one returned to give thanks
to Him for his cure. Jesus said:
“Where are the nine?”
True children of God realize how
much they have received from
God and will want to thank God
daily for His sountless gifts. Dur
ing the past year the good Lord
has again literally opened His
hands and satisfied the w'ants of
His children. Let us therefore on
this Thanksgiving Day repair to
God's House and give thanks to
On Nov. 17 Mr. Jesse Ross after
thorough instruction in God’s
Word wras received into commun
icant membership of Hope Luther
an by the rite of confirmation. The
events of this day will long linger
in his memory. May God keep
him and all believers faithful to
j their Lord and Savior until they
, receive the promised inheritance
in heaven.
22nd and Willis Ave.
Rev. E. B. Childress, pastor
Mason Devereau Jr., rep.
Delivering his message “Ex
ploring the Unknown” from the
text Luke 5:4 “Now when He had
left speaking, He said unto Si
mon: launch out into the deep
and let down your net for daught’
Sunday. Nov. 17 our pastor hit a
new high in bringing to the con
gregation his message of the day.
Thi ughts from this sermon are
as follows: No man can have a
vital contact with God without
undergoing a change: man attains
his highest level of development
when he retains a vital contact
with God and there are depths
in a man’s soul that are not easi
ly stirred up until the power of
God touches them.
Visitors: Mrs. Martha George
of Pensacola, Fla., and Mrs. Vel
ma Long of Chicago.
Sunday, November 24 is the 1st
St. Johns Holds Reception
Honoring Return of Pastor,
Reverend Childress, and Wife
At the Northside YWCA St.
John’s members and friends ga
thered in Christian fellowship on
"Friday evening, November 15th
at 8 p. m. to honor its returning
pastor and wife, Rev. and Mrs. E.
B. Childress, and to express their
measure of thanks to these two
outstanding Christian leaders for
the excellent guidance spiritually
and financially to aid St. John’s
during the Conference Year 1945
1946. If one was to measure or
try to measure the worth of these
two people in dollars and cents
to St. John's this past Conference
Year as overheard by this reporter
such a measurment would fall far
short of Christian deeds and spir
itual guidance brought to St.
John’s by these two people. Mr.
C. B. Fredrick said in his wel
come address on behalf of the
church, “to your our most worthy
captain, we surrender the ships
steering wheel knowing you will
set your sights for a straight and
true course as we face a new hor
izon as we march on to greater
Mrs. E. B. Childress, wife of the
pastor in a lovely snow-white
formal with a huge corsage made
up of American Beauty Roses.
The program of the evening was
as follows:
1. Negro National Anthem.
2. Rev. J. C. Wade, Salem, Invo
3. Welcome Address on behalf of
church, Bro. C. B. Fredrick.
4. Selection by Senior Choir.
5. Welcome Address on behalf of
Ministerial Alliance. Rev. F. C.
Williams, Zion Bapt. church.
6. Piano solo. Mickey J. Harris,
“In A Country Garden” for the
Junior Choir.
7. “My Task”, solo, Bro. H. L.
Preston for Watchmen’s club.
8. Introduction of Rev. and Mrs.
E. B. Childress by master of
ceremonies, Mr. A. R. Goodlett.
|\ Mrs. Hattie Moore, general
chairman, introduced the presi
dents of auxiliaries, clubs, de
partments and boards.
Mr. A. R. Goodlette was the
Master of Ceremonies for this af
fair, Mrs. Pearl Gibson directed
the choir and Mrs. Otis Jamerson ,
was at the piano.
Committee on arrangements:
Mrs Hattie Moore, gen ch.; Mrs.
R. C. Price, Mrs. W. Houston; Mrs
V. Starms; Mr. B. A. Howell; Mr.
H. L. Preston; Organizations par
ticipating, all auxiliaries and
boards of St. John’s; and publicity
Mason Devereaux, Jr.
Service: Mrs. B. A. Howell: Mrs.
H. Hawkins; Mrs. A. Sherwood;
and Mrs> M. Faucett.
Receptionists: Mrs. F* Hunni
gan and Mrs. V. Jackson.
Receiving Line: Mrs. W. P. Er
vin; Mrs. N. Byron; Mrs. R. C.
Price; Mrs. P. Young and Mrs.
A. Jones.
quarterly conference and Monday
November 25 at 8 pm. the 1st
quarterly meeting of this confer
ence year.
The stewards, trustees and pa
stor urge all auxiliaries, clubs and
members to pay your quarterly as
sessment in order that our con
ference might be a forerunner to
the success of the other three
quarterly conferences to come.
Let us not. let our banners trail
b vnot having all our reports in
and on time to the treasurer of
the Steward Board Bro. Carter.
Members assessment is same as
in the past 50 c along with the
regular auxiliary and club ass
essment. The success of this con
ference as always in the past will
depend upon the response from
our loyal members and auxiliar
ies. St. Johns looks to you mem
bers and auxiliaries i nmeeting its
obligations to the quarterly' con
ference as we march on to a big
ger. better and greater St. Johns
in Omaha for our children, our
community and our city .spiritual
ly and financially.
Sunday, November the 24 if our
pastor hasn't returned from the
special session of the general con
Terence which convenes in Little
Rock, Ark.. Nov. 19 to 23rd Rev.
Metcalf will have charge of the
services of the 11 am. message.
Plan to come out Sunday even
ing. November 24 at 8 pm to our
all-request program. This monthly
musical treat in religion in song
is being presented as always by
our fine choir under the direction
of Mrs. Pearl Gibson. Members
and friends, place this date on
your Christian calendar in order
that you might not miss an even
ing filled with Christian fellowship
and spiritual ferber.
There will be a Union Thanks
giving service at St. Johns Thurs
day, November 28 at 11 a. m. All
persons attending this service are
asked to please be on time in or
der to get the maximum benefit
out of this fellowship service. Let
us all pause on this dav to give
thanks to our God for the many
blessings He has given us through
out the year. Rev. F. C. Williams
of Zion will be the presiding pas
tor and Rev. Carhee of Christ
Temple Church of Christ (Holin
ess! will deliver the morning mes
sage. Prepare to give a special of
fering on this day.
Sunday. December 1 St. Johns
Pastors Aid club will sponsor a
pew rally. This service will be at
3 pm. and Rev. E. D. Johnson
will deliver the sermon. Mrs. Lula
Washington, president and mem
bers of this auxiliary urge mem
bers and friends to attend this
The young people of the Miss
ionary Society are asked to please
meet Saturday, November 23 at
2 pm. at the church. Mothers send
your children out to this meeting
for we are sure you will do that
for your church, your missionary
program and for your Lord and
Savior Jesus Christ. Let these
children be taught in the way of
Christ in order that their light
might shine tat men might see
and hear of their deeds and thank
God that these children of ours
have mothers with vision.
' The Missionary Society will
We gratefully acknowledged
the Expressions of Sympathy in
the form of Flowers, Tele
grams, and Cards, from Our
Many Friends, in the Passing of
Our Dearly Beloved Sister and
, Daughter, MRS. BERTHA
The COOPER and
WALTON Families.
The Detroit Divinity Institute
is Interested in Securing the
Services of a Field Represent
ative, Clergyman, B. A. (born
again) Degree, age-- no limit,
excellent opportunity to earn a
good income in home commun
ity. Write:
Rev. John Calvin Newman
290 Westminister Ave.,
Detroit 2, Michigan.
meet with its President Mrs. E.
B. Childress at the Parsonage on
Tuesday, November 26 at 2 pm.
Women of St. Johns and friends
attended these and other meetings
of your Missionary Society and
help with the great program.
As we bow our heads in prayer
St. Johns church send out to our
brother in the person of Rev. Met
calf our sympathy in the loss of
his beloved wife, Sister Metcalf,
who has for many years been a
faithful worker in God's vineyard.
We shall cherish the memories
of her association for she served
her God and her church well. Her
work has merited her a rich re
ward and a final resting place
in her Father’s Kingdom.
Mothers send yourchildre nto
Sunday School every Sunday mom
ing at 9:30. Attend our morning
service at 11 a. m. and our even
ing service at 7:30. Visitors and
friends are always welcome at St
Johns the friendly church at 22nd
and Willis Ave. Come worship
with us won’t you?
The Methodist Youth Fellow
ship of Clair Methodist Church is
soliciting contributions of food for
needy persons for Thanksgiving.
This group of young people de
cided to take this project on as
a part of Community Service Pro
gram. Donald Wiley is chairman
of this. Members of the church
and friends are asked to bring
or send their contributions to the
church this Sunday Nov. 24th.
—By Rev. William C. Ktrnan
A twenty-year old girl was ar
rested the other day in New Jer- j
sey and charged with disorderly
conduct for thumbing a ride. Be
yond saying that her name was
Susan Bower she refused to give
any further information about
herself and, after having been held
by the police for about three
weeks without benefit of legal
counsel, she was sentenced to 6
months in prison.
Aroused by the extremity of
sentence citizens of New Jersey,
jurists, and the press raised such
a furor that the girl was granted
a new hearing and subsquently
released. The Attorney General of
New Jersey summed up the posi
tion of everyone defending Miss
Bower by saying “the rights of
this girl should be protected the
same as the rights of any other
citizen.” And the New York World
Telegram, which published at least
two editorials on the case, said
that taking away six months of
Miss Bower’s freedom was “no
thing less than a disgusting and
flagrant abuse of police and jud
icial power.”
And thsu it happened that an
unknown girl, without friends, and
presumbably in a part of the coim
try strange to her, found herself
defended against the State by peo
pie of influence and power who
had never heard of her before and
who knew little about her except
that she was a human being whose
freedom had been placed in Jeo
pardy and whose rights, in their
judgment, were being violated.
This is an example of American
society operating true to form and
at a very high level. Did the same
concern for human rights obtain
in all Instances where they are
threatened and violated we should
have little reason to be concerned
for the future of our country.
Unfortunately, such is not the
case. Of the many instances that
might be cited to prove it, none
stands out more glaringly than the
murder in cold blood of four Ne
groes by an armed mob in Geor
gia last July. The perpetuators of
this crime against human life and
freedom have not been brought to
justice. Is it because their victims
were Negroes ? Should that mat
ter ? They were human beings to
whom life was precious, whose
! rights and freedom should have
been precious to us all. This a -
lone should matter. For, as the
moral law of God declares, human
rights belong to men as members
of the human race. Human rights
; are not reserved for some men of
| a particular color, religion, or na
tional origin.
To see this issue clearly, to un
derstand that until all men in A
merica are secure in their rights
no one is secure in his own, to
| contend with all our strength for
j justice for the oppressed whoever
| they may be and whatever they
may be. is America’s high calling
and responsibility. If we fail
here where else, in all the world,
can a haven for liberty be found?
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago,
Released by Western Newspaper Union,
Lesson for November 24 j
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts ■<)
jected and copyrighted by Internation. I j
Council of Religious Education; used bj
permission. : /
LESSON TEXT—Acts 17;22-28a; If)
1-4; I Corinthians 1:22-25. t
foundation can no man lay than that j
laid, which Is Jesus Christ.—I Corinthian)
3:11. ;
History repeats) itself, in spiritua1
things as well as in secular events
The experiences of Paul at Athen)
and Corinth are peculiarly applied I
ble to our day, for here he encoun
tered the very problems which fact
(and have apparently stopped) thj
church today.
The cities were not far apart ij
miles, and they were both pagan, bu. I
they differed widely in their culj I
tural and commercial development) i
Athens was the home of a godles) I
culture. Corinth was a prosperou)'
commercial center known through^
out the world for grossly licentious
What did the gospel accomplish
in such cities? We shall soon see,
I. Godless Intellectuality Meet)
the Gospel (Acts 17:22-28a>.
Paul was alone in Athens. Hi
had been separated from his corri
panions Silas and Timothy (Acts 17!
14), and was to await them at Athi
ens. While he waited he looked tf j
city over and found it wholly giveij
to idolatry (v. 16), This was n<
idle observation of a scientific njind
for it caused Paul’s spirit to sti:
in him.
It is a bad sign when a pro*
fessed Christian can live in the pres
ence of sin and fals?T worship an<^
not b£ deeply moved by it.
Paul did something about it! He
went into the great daily gatherings
of philosophers and gave them somj
solid Christian philosophy to work
on. They were curious to know)
more, and when the opportunity)
arose, Paul preached the sermon on
Mars HilL J
He found them superstitiously re*
ligious, but religion does not savei
They even feared lest they had fori
gotten some god, so one altar was
“to the unknown God” (v. 23). This!
gave Paul his opportunity, for he
declared the one true God—unknown
to them—as the answer to their
The intellectual felt superior *nd
had an idea that God needed him,
a kind of snobbery which is as cur
rent in 194j6 as it was in Paul’s day.
How effectively he disposed of that
attitude appears in verses 24 and 25.
They needed God, and without trim'
they could not draw a breathl
Moreover, the pagan intellectual!
then as now would swell with pride
as he thought of the race and people
to whom he belonged. They were)
superior — a master race. Paul
declares God’s truth that all men
are of one blood, and that the na
tions are in his hands (v. 26).
\¥hat they had to do, and what
the godless intellectuals of our day
need to do, is to seek God in humble)
repentance and faith: then lives can)
become fine and noble and useful
(w. 27, 32-34). j
H. Sophisticated Immorality
Meets the Gospel (Acts 18:1-4). :
I To Corinth Paul came (evidently)
still alone) without friends or fundsJ
Like all well-bred Jewish boys, h^
knew a trade. He was a sail mak-1
er and tent maket. Rather thaii
have the ungodly men of Corin'!^
hinder his preaching by the c-riti-)
cism that he was doing\jt for mon-j
ey, he supported himself.
The minister who is eager for rich!
financial return, and who is willing
,to accept the gifts of the ungodly,
that his work may prosper, hasj
closed the door for his testimony tor
many who do net believe. In fact;
one wohders whether ho has any
real testimony to give.
In this wicked city, given over tc!
vice and fleshly pleasure, Paul!
made his way to the synagogue and
began to preach Christ. He rea
soned and persuaded and won some
for the Lord as he continued with
them for g year and a half (Acts
Paul’s letter to the Corinthianj
reveals the struggle of the believers
at Corinth to maintain moral stand
ards and spiritual warmth in such a
city, but it also dearly indicates
that the gospel of Christ is “the
power of God unto salvation to ev
eryone that believeth’’ (Rom. 1:16),
even in the midst of sin and cor
t III. The Gospel Meets Sin—and la
Victorious (I. Cor. 1:22-25).
The wisdom of this world—for
which Athens stood in a special way
—becomes foolish in the eyes or
men. as it is already in the sight
f God, when it stands up against
he gospel (read vv. 18-21).
The preaching of the cross, which
ocks foolish to the worldling (v. 23),
s the wisdom and the power of God,
nd by it men are saved.
Whether Jew or Gentile, whether
eeking signs or wisdom, whether
up-and-out” by way of pagan
itellectualism nr “down-and-out''
y way of immorality—no matter
hat man's race, or his problem—
;e answer is in the gcspel which
? are p-ivileged to teach and
.each, for it is the gospel of
Trist ihe power of God and the
•dom cf C-od” to all who are.
! ":d b- him.
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2512 North 24th St.
Wishes to Announce the
Appointment of Two Additional
Call AT. 3036 for Appointments
Elise Turner, Prop.
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.
Union 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.
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.
Mt. Olive Baptist Church
3010 R St., South Omaha
Rev. W. M. Clayton, Pastor
Mrs. Jeannette Thompson,
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
2712 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.
Church of God in Christ
2318 North 26th St.
Elder V. M. Barker, Pastor
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Fellmcship 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 Living 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.
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.
Paradise Baptist Church
1811 North 23rd St.
Rev. C. C. Adams, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
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,
Mt. Nebo 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. S p. m.
Bethel AME. Church
2430 Franklin Street
Rev. Herbert W. Bletson, Pastor
Telephone JAckson 3561
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 L ge.
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
Salem Baptist Church
28th and Decatur Sts.
Rev. J. C. Wade, Pastor
L. A. Henderson, Reporter
Sunday School 9:30 a- na.
Morning Worship 11 a. m.
BTU. 6 p. m,
Evening Worship 8 p. m.
Hillside Presbyterian 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
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 Service 8 p.m.
First Church of Deliverance
Rev. A. J. Thomas, Pastor
Miss Bernice Ellis, Reoorrei
I reaching Tuesday aial Thurs
days 8:00 p. m.
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.
Evening Worship 8 p. m.
Christ Temple Church
of Christ (Holiness)
2124 North 26th St.
Res. 2122 North 26th St
Rev. O. A. Askerneese, Pastor
Velma Shearron, Clerk
Freestone Primitive Baptist
Church 1
26th and Hamilton Sts.
Rev. Dan Thomas. Pastor
Mrs. Pinkie Oliver, Reporter
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Morning Service 11 a. m.
YFVW 6 p. m.
Evening Worship 8 p. m.
Zion Baptist Church
2215 Uianl Street
Rev. K. C. Williams, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Junior Church 10:45 a. m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.
BTU. 6 p. m.
Evening Worship 7:15 p. m.
Pleasant Green Baptist
27th and Franklin Sts.
Rev. J. H. Reynolds, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Morning Worship 11 a. m.
I>TU. 5:30 p. m.
Evening Worship 7.30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nite
'i ;S0 p. m.
Cleaves Temple CME.
25th and Decatur Sts.
Rev. E. V. Wade, Pastor
Sunday School 9:90 a. m.
Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Epworth League 6:30 p. m.
Evening Service 8 p, ra.
Allen Chapel AME. Church
5233 South 25th St., So. Omaha
Rev. Y. B. Brooks, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a- m.
Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Morning Star 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
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 Cod
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
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.
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- ra.
Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Union 6:30 p. m.
Evening Worship 8 p. ra.
Church of God in Christ
2230 Ohio St.
Rev. J. C. Crawford, Pastor
Worship 3 p.m. each Sunday
Tues., Thurs.. nights
David Spiritual Temple in
Council Bluffs, Iowa
1720 Avenue A
Circle Meeting Every Monday
Evening 8:30 p. ra.
Prophecy and Healing
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.
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.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday
First Church of Deliverance
2621 Blondo St.
Rev. A. J. Thomas. Pastor
Rev. Frank Johnson. Asst.
Rt. Rev. William Taylor, Bishop
Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
24th and Ohio Sts.
Rev. David St. Clair, Pastor
F. Burroughs, Reporter
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Morning Service 11 a. m.
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
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.
Neic 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 8 p. m.
Visitors are always welcome.
First Mission of the God
Sent Light
Prophet Hess, Officiator
Ora Robinson, Reporter
Services Sundays, Tuesdays and
Thursday nights at 8 p. m.
Private Reading Daily at 2010
North 23rd St.
Hope Lutheran Church
30th and Corby Sts.
H. H. Schauland, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Morning Service 11:00 A. M.
Apolostic Church of Christ
2518 Cuming St.
Elder Milton T. Wilson, Pastor
Order of Service—
Sunday Morning Worship 11
a. m.
Sunday Evening Worship 8 pm.
Prayer and Preaching Tuesday
evening 8 p. m.
Bible Class, Friday evening at
8 p. m.
All are welcome.
Independent Community
2320 North 28th Avenue,
Rev. E. F. Ridley, Pastor
First Spiritual Army Church
of Christ
1201 North 24th Street,
Rev. Alfred J. Thomas, Pastor
ATlantic 5932.
Church Services each Sunday,
11 and 8 p.m.; Wednesday and
Friday 8 p. m.
All are Welcome.
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By Edna Mae McIntosh
Even though doctors are too busy
to be bothered with unnecessary
and needless worries of young
mothers, they are not too busy to •
give your baby the regular check
ups he should have. Your doctor’s
supervision not only keeps you
from useless worry but he will be
able to detect any irregularities as
you cannot do. The formula may
need slight adjusting, the daily
schedule for feeding or care
changes as your baby grows older,!
certain immun.zations are given
during the first year. If your doc
tor is familiar with your baby often
a telephone call will suffice and save
a long wait in the doctor’s office.
The majority of young mothers,
in these days, are matter-of-fact
and use their good common sense.
They know that if the baby ceases
to be happy, or fails to gain in
weight fairly regularly, or if he
does not, seem to enjoy his food or
eat enough, then is the time tp call
the trouble to the doctor’s atten
tion. Of course, loss of appetite or
even losing a meal, if temporary,
is nothing to worry about. It may
be the forerunner to a cultl. Hut,
a cold is something to h-.c your
doctor's advice about.
During wartime many homes
have been kept at a lower tempera
ture than formerly. Probably in
most cases, this is a good thing, for
we know that many homes even
now are kept loo imt. It may mean
some adjn. tr. :.t i i y _r -by'3
clothing. He shorld bent warm
enough so that his skin £■ notf
feel chilly to your touch, b^t babies'
are much more apt to be kept too
warm than not warm enough. Re
member babies and cnildren are ac
tive and Uon 1 neeu as much ciotu
ing as an inactive person.
Important as care and proper
clothing may be, still the fact, that
the right food and in adepuate
amounts will build a healthy baby
and a healthy baby is not possible
without good nutrition.
How women and girls
may get wanted relief
from functional periodic pain
Cardui is a liquid medicine
which many women say haa
brought relief from the cramp
like agony and nervous strain
of functional periodic distress*
Here’s how it may help:
4 — Taken like a tonic, it
* sheuld stimulate appe
tite, aid digestion,*
\ thus help build resist-,
ance for the “time" to
Started 3 days before
“your time”, it should
help relieve pain due
to purely functional
periodic causes.
Try Cardui. If it helps*
you’ll be glad you did.
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