The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, April 17, 1948, Page 2, Image 2
_Church Lhut, ;* of the Living VU 2316 North 26th St. Eider Steele, Paster Ann Oliver, Reports* Sunday School 9:30 a. Hi, Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. Mt. ISebo 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. Salem Baptist Church 28th and Decatur Sts. Rev. J. C. Wade, Pastor L. A. Henderson, Reporter Sunday School 9:30 V m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. BTU. 6 p. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. president Mr. A. R. Goodlette He urges all club members please attend. The Watchmen will meet on Friday Sept. 19 at 8 p. m. at the Hillside Presbyteerian Church 30th and Ohio Sts. Rev. Charles E. Tyler, Pastor Mrs. T. Newte, Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Service 11a. m. Visitors are always welcome • Church of God 2025 North 24th St. Elder S. S. Spaght, Pastor Alice Britt, Reporter 9unday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Service 8 p. m. • Christ Temple Church of Christ (Holiness) 2124 North 20th St. Res. 2122 North 26th St Rev. O. A. Askerneese, Pastor Velma Shearron, Clark 26th and Hamilton Sts. Rev. Dan Thomas, Pastor Mrs. Pinkie Oliver, Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Service 11 a. m. YPVW 6 p. m. Evening Worship 7:45 p. m. • Zion Baptist Church 2215 Grant Street Rev. F. C. Williams, Paste* Bmdt| School 9:30 a. m, inter CfearCh if :4f a n Morning Worst Ip 11 94 a. u BTU. 6 p. m. Evening Worship 7:45 p. m. • Union Memorial—The Methodist Church 3223 U Street, South Omaha Rev. A. L. Hook, Pastor Sunday School, 9:3$ a. m. BTU, 6 p. m. Evening Worship, 8 p. m. 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 God in Christ 2318 North 26th Street Elder V. M.Barker, Pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. BTU. 6:20 p. m. • Church of the Living God Evening Worship, 7:45 p. m. 2412 Parker St. Rev. S. K. Nichols, Pastor Rose Oliver, Reporter Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning Service 31: 30 a. m. BYPU. 5 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. YPWW, 6 p. m. Lhurch of God in Christ Elder G. P. Benson, Pastor 1710 North 25th Street Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Mt. Calvary Community Church Grant at 38th Street Rev. R, W. Johnson, P—tat. Miss 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 Church” Rev. E. E. Childress, Pastor Mason Devereaux, Jr., Reporter BrnMy Bchoold 9:30 a. m. Morning Warship 11 a. m. Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. David Spiritual Temple in Christ Council Bluffs, Iowa 1720 Avenue A Circle Meeting Eevery Monday Evening 8:30 p. m. 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. Church of God in Christ 1207 South 13th St. Elder D. M. Watson, Pastor Iodell Watson, Reporter YPWVV. 6 p. nl. Evening Worship 7:45 p. m. Calvary Baptist Church of Red Oak, Iowa 603 Grimes St. Julia Keene, Reporter Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. BYPU. 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday * ; Mt. Moriah Baptist Church 24th and Ohio Sts. Rev. David St. Clair, Pastor F. Burroughs, Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a. m. i Morning Service 11 a. m. Rev. Goldsmith, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a. in Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship 8 pm. independence Community Church OTP Tfnlfc Htt iftset Rer. E. *. RlBey, l’astor Bethel Baptist Church 30th and S Street South Omaha Rev. H. C. Williams, Pastor Morning Worship 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 Church 22nd and Miami Sts. Rev. C. C. Reynolds, Pastor Mrs. Viola Buford, Reporter Allen Chapel AME Church 25th and R Streets South Omaha Rev. Fant, Pastor Ml. Olive Baptist Church 3010 R Street, South Omaha Rev. W. M. Clayton, Pastor Mrs. Jeannette Thompson, Rep. Sunday School, 9:3$ a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. BTU, 6 p.m. ' DO YOU KNOW That we have the nicest NURSERY that we have ever handled and that I ) NOW i4 the ideal time for Planting. S Large 6 to 8 ft. Apple Trees $1.15 ea. Peach Trees 6 te 8 ft. $1.25 ea. ' ) Pears, Plums,; Cherries, Hansen’s Bush Cherry, Grapes, Berrys, Asparagus and J Rhubarb Roots. Beautiful Shrubs, Roses and Hedging, Ornamental Trees, } Scopes, Virginia Juniper, Fitters, Arbor Vitae and many others. Shade Trees. I DO YOU KNOW That the standard weight of Blue Grass is 14 lbs. bushel pleasure full, that i our Blue Grass is Extra Heavy and weighs 28 lbs. to the bushel measure and is i 99 per cent pure seed and that our Lawn Mix is mixed with nothing but the ^ Best Heavy Seed. Do you know that we have the cheapest price in town on ^ this quality seed and that the Ideal Planting time is, now. DO YOU KNOW Do you know that it pays to plant No. 1 certified BLUE TAG POTATOES ^ and that planting time is now. That we have CERTIFIED IRISH COBLERS, > EARLY OHIOS, RED WARBA and BEST GRADE BLUE TAG. DO YOU KNOW That the best grade of Chicks you can buy is the cheapest. That we handle I only the AAAA Grade WHITE ROCKS, WHITE WY AN DOTES, BUFF ; ORPHANINGS, BARRED ROCKS, AUSTRALORPES, BIG ENGLISH j STRAIN LEGHORNS. Do you know that with the present high prices of ; meat it still pays to raise chickens. > DO YOU KNOW That we carry POULTRY and ORAMENTAL FENCING also POULTRY > SUPPLIES, REMEDIES, PEAT MOSS, VIGRO, SHEEPO and SOILTONE. j DO YOU KNOW That we have GARDEN SEED, BOTH BULK AND PACKAGE. CANNA j BLUBS, GLAD BLUBS, EXTRA LARGE DARLIA BULBS. PERRENNIAL ; PLANTS OF ALL KINDS. FERRIS SEED CO. i C029 SOUTH 24th' STREET MARKET 6340 ; OMAHA, NEBRASKA j > > Church of God in Christ 2712 R Street, South Omaha Elder A. E. Johnson, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a. m. YPWW, 6:30 p. m. Prayer Band, Tuesday night Bible Band, Wednesday night Sewing Circle, Thursday after noon at 2 p. m, • New Hope Baptist Church 26th and Seward ts. Rev. L. R. Bragg, Pastor Mrs. Ada J. Fields, Reporter Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morining Worship 11 a. m. j B. T. U. 6. p, m, BTU 6 p. m. Evening Worship » p. m. Prayer Meeting V **■«*'’ "• 8 p. m. Junior Church 8 j c. Visitors are always elcorr.t First Mission of the Ged 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 Street. • Pleasant Green Baptist Church 27th and* Franklin Sts. Rev. J. H. Reynolds, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. BTU 5 :30 p.m. I Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday night 7:30 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 a.m. • 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. W7ilson, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship 11 :00 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship at 3 p.m. Prayer and Preaching Tues day evening 8:00 p.m. Bible Class, Friday evening at 8:00 p.m. All are welcome. First Baptist Church South Sioux City, Iowa 500 West 10th Street Rev. D. A. Campbell, Pastor I Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. BTU 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship 7 :45 p.m. • Church cf God In Christ 2230 Ohio Street Rev. J. C, Crawford, Pastor Worship 3 p.m. each Sun day. Tues., Thurs. nights • Bethel AME Church 2430 Franklin Street Rev. Herbert W. Bletson. Pastor Telephone JA ckson-3561 Pilgrim Baptist Church 25th and Hamiltn St. Rev. Charles Favrs, Pastor Msr. Ed. Dortch. Reporter 1 Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. BTU 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship 7:45 p.m. Allen Christian Endeavor League 6:30 p.m. Cleaves Temple CME Church 25th and Decatur Sts. ' Rev. Raines, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. f Morning Worship 11 a.m. Epworth League 6:00 p.m. Evening Service 8:00 p.m. • Allen Chapel AME Church 5233 So. 25th St., So. Omaha Rev. Y. B. Brooks, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. • Morning Star Baptist Church 20th and Burdette St. ' Rev. Z. W. Williams, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. BTU 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. ■ • Interdenomnational Church PEOPLES’ MISSION 1710 North 27th St. Rev. W. S. Farmer, Pastor Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11:30a.m. Prayer Service Thurs. 8 p.m. Home Building Facts The retail cost of building mate rials is about double the cost oi their production, says a Twentieth Century fund report. Used houses account roughly for three fourths of annual residential sales and 10 per cent of the total new dwellings be fore the war were produced under public auspices. About 40 per cent of the communities in the United States do not have building codes. Tabernacle Church of Christ (Holiness) U.S.A. 2608 Franklin St. Omaha, Nebraska Rev. Joseph H. Jones, Pastor 9:45 A. M. Sunday School, I Mrs. Elayne Green, Supt. | 11:00 A. M. Morning Wor-| ship 6:30 P. M. H.Y.P.U., Mme. Perfect Peace, Pres. 7 :45 Evening Worship. 3:45 P. M. Monday, Child Evanglist Class at the Church. 8:00 P. M. Tuesday, Senior Choir Rehearsal, Mrs. M. Hogans, Pres. 7:45 P, M. Wednesday, Bible Lesson and Group Report 6:30 P. M. Thursday, Junior Choir Rehersal, Miss M. Dixon, Pres. 7:45 P. M. Friday, Prayer & Praise Service. Sunday, The Rt. Rev. J. W. Goodwin, our assistant pastor, delivered the morning mess age to an appreciative audie nce. his text was Galatians, 6:7 verse, his sermon was en joyed by all that was present. The Rev. Joseph E. Jones, pastor 2nd Baptist Church of Clarinda and Calvary Baptist, of Red Oak, Iowa, was our guest, speaker Sunday Even ing, Rev. Jones’ message was a challenge to the believers of Christ, his test was trom the Psalms, 92:12, his theme: The Triumph of Richeous. Oui guests for Sunday are as follows: Rev. W. A. Smith, 2504 Se ward St., Rev. Joseph E. Jon es, 2701 Maple St., Mme. J. C. Crowdei 2631 Parker St., Mme Margarei Steele, 2418 Parker St., Miss Ruth Marion, 1716 North 27th St., Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Young and son 3227 Pin kney St.. Mr. Jeff Meriwether, 2411 North 19th St., all of Om aha, Nebraska. Financial Report for Last Sunday: Gen Offering. $18.61 Bldg. Fund, Total.$57.50 Record Offer. 3-7-48. .. .$39.63 Attendance Record: Last Sunday. 69 Record Sunday.102 You are always cordially welcome at Tabernacle. PARADISE BAPTIST CHURCH 1811 No. 23rd Street Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Prof. G. D. Barnes, Supt. Worship Service at 11 a.m. The George Washington Study Club will have their in stallation service at the Par adise Church on April 18. Rev. C. Adams will bring the mes sage. There will be a program rendered, including the Pil grim ladies quartett. B.Y.P.U. at 5 :30 p.m. Mrs, Y. C. Spen jcer, president. You are cord ially invited to attend. Rev. C. Adams, Pastor. Mrs. Olive Cunningham, Rep. Here tljey are knitters. The kind of gloves that you must have been shopping for every where. Prepare yourself for the Spring and Summer. Pro tect your hands. Probably one of the womens’ most priceless possessions. Here\ are a pair of cotton gloves that you can make quickly for yourself. They are knitted of Pearl Cot ton in a simlpe pattern stitch and ribbing at the wrists. They are easily laundered and cost little to make. For instructions either write immediately to the Sewing Information De partment of this newspaper or go to your nearest five and ten-cents store and purchase a booklet on knitting for a dime. Navigated Lake Michigan Jean Nicolet is credited with be ing the first white man to navigate Lake Michigan, according to Ency clopaedia Britannica. Sent west by Champlain on a voyage of explora tion, he treaded his way in a birch canoe through the Straits of Mack inac and discovered Lake Michigan in the summer of 1634. THE WEEK By H. W. Smith A group of women walked out of a meeting in Washing ton, D. C., where Lady Astor was speaking. She crfticized women for their interest in clothes. A Chansberg, Pa. a woman ! was sentenced to prison. She I pleaded guilty to piersing her baby's skull with a safety pin. j Two gunmen held up the Bank i n Warsaw, Indianna. They took a large sum of mon ey. The bank officials couldn't tell the exact amount. Willins and Glacier Texas were wiped out by a tornado on April for the second time. | Two prisoners got out of jail at Mississippi, April 4, but surrendered to the sheriff be cause they were very hungry. — Grand Forks, North Dakota reported that Red River had raised up to flood stage on April 9th. An explosion in Bowling Green. Kentucky, injured .3 persons on April 9th. — Jerome Foster was sentenc ed to ten years in prison. He wasc charged with forgery. He tried to jab his eyes out. It was reported in Wash ington. D. C., that the anti lynch bill would be reported by a group of 23 U. S. Sen ators as being on top. !— Police in Philadelphia were halted by a court order from raiding a bookie concern. It j was a temporary injunction. Expecting guests for dinmer? This little apron is just the thing to wear while doing the last minute’s preparing. This pretty little seersucker apron worn by Miss Donessa Hollon with its ruffled edge is yours ,for very little if you make it yourself. For instructions ei ther send to the Sewing Infor mation Department of this newspaper or go to you' near est five and ten cent store and purchase a booklet on aprons. Cormval’is .Sot There Cornwallis did not personally de lver his sword to Washington at YTortitown—and Washington sent a substitute to receive it. Jfc Patio Egg Cutlets (£jl Here is a recipe for unusual egg ) croquettes. Crisp, golden brown on the outside, these cutlets have a (soft, creamy consistency on the ' inside that makes for delicious eat- 1 ing. A sauce is optional, j The piquant blend of flavors and ' j seasonings will makeTatio Egg Cut lets a family favorite.Try thisrecipe^ H rap onion, chopped 1% cup celery, diced H rap Spry i 5 tablespoons flour 1 rap milk 1 teaspoon salt Dash of pepper t teaspoons Worcester shire sauce (optional) 2 teaspoons Rated onion 4 hard-cooked ' eggs, chopped 5 3 tablespoons j green pepper, chopped fine f Sifted bread crumbs . 1 1 egg. slightly J beaten with ' 1 tablespoon water h cup Spry Cook onion and celery in \i cup 1 Spry until tender ... Blend in flour • . . . Add milk gradually and cook until smooth and thick, stirring con stantly . . . Add salt, pepper, Wor cestershire sauce, and grated onion ... Stir in eggs and green pepper j ... Spread in shallow pan and chill j until stiff ... Shape into flat rounds I . . . Coat with crumbs, dip in egg,' ! then again coat with crumbs . . . I ' Fry in l/i cup hot Spry in skilletj until golden-brown on both sides! ".. . Serve plain or with mushroom sauce. Makes 6 servings. | WAITER’S COLUMN By H. W. Smith THE WAITERS COLUMN By H. W. Smith Blackstone Hotel waiters are on the up and go on service. Omaha Club waiters with Capt. Earl Jones are topping the service at all times. Waiters at the Legion Club are in the front line on service with a smile. Waiters at the Hill Hotel and Highland Club are going good on service. Regise Hotel and White Horse Inn are inproving all efforts to please on service. Musician head waiters are very much cut in front on quick service and also holding up for fair treatment and pay for all waiters and using a quick look to see that guests are pleased. Railway Electric Signal Thomas Edison invented the bat tery cell which powered the first electric semaphore signal ever used on an American railroad He worked 10 years on what :f some times called his greatest invention —a battery designed especially for railroad purposes the prototype of modern batteries whose use by rail roads ranges all the way from air conditioning to the propulsion of locomotives Lacquey Made it Sea The best • 'hu'ese lacquer is pro duced on junks lying out at sea. so as to avoid dust and to give it bet ter drying qualities, which are ma terially aided by humidity. $ .65 DINNERS SERVED AT 2509 MAPLE ON SUNDAYS WILL BE OMMITTED SUNDAY, THE 18th, FOR THE ALLENS WILL BE AWAY. WILL EXPENT CUSTOMERS THE 25th AND FOLLOW ING SUNDAYS Women, Here’s 2-way Help; You Really Should Know About What to do for woman’s oldest problem, functional monthly pain? Many a girl and woman has found the answer in Cardui’s 2-way help. 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Yes. she achieved this' look at a minimum cost. For this sm art looking hat and bag set designed especially for Spring •'an be f uickly crocheted by anyone for it calls for simple single chochet with four stra nds of pearl cotton. The bag has a wide chocheted Handel and a zipper closing across top. W hile that hat is trimmed with gay colored flowers. Don't miss getting this one for your self. For instructions either send to the sewing Inform ation Department of this new spaper or go to your nearest five and ten cent store and purchase a booklet on chroch eted Accessories. CLASSIFIED ADS: FOR RENT: Room for young working woman. HA 7784 FOR RENT: Floor Sanders, Waxers, Wallpaper Steamers • Guaranteed Repair Service on all appliances. All Makes Elect. & Hardware 4040 Hamilton WA. 4668 2 ROOM APT. living room, i bedroom, cooking priveleges. j All bills paid. AT 8898 Em ! ployed couple. FOR RENT: Rooms. Call PL 2055 before 8 A.M. after 7 P.M Launderers and ' Cleaners EDHOLM & SHERMAN 2401 North 24th St. WE 6055 REAL ESTATE LOANS F. E. PATTERS 234 Brandies Theater Bldg PHONE JA 3393 WANTED: Burnt, wrecked, j dilapidated cars and trucks. ! Call Consolidated Auto Parts, ■ AT 5656 or call at 2501 Cum j ing' St. 1__ r< IKUW()•«■■»(>« HAIR GOODS! Improve your appearance with at- ■ ^ tachments. Page Boys $2.95. Cor- * T < net Braids $4.00. Chignons §3.95. jl 11 Give your child a Beautiful Color- ■ E ed Doll 21 inch, $6,955 large doll R 11 $7.98. If C.O.U. postage extra.. ^ jX Please Write. ^ I.national company 2 254 West 135 St. R New York 50, N. Y. ^ " 'Id Indian Bees The Russian beekeepers are ex perimenting » ith wild Indian bees. Tho ”01! n wild bee is said to pos sess a number of qualities which make it superior to the domesti cated species, especially for colder climates. It emerges from the hive to lower temperature than ordinary bees and has a much greater speed of flight. It is able to fly through fog when visibility is poor. Indian bees even have been known to go out for nectar on moonlit nights. The Pine Tree State Maine’s motto is ‘‘I Guide.” Its state bird is the chicadee and its flower the pine cone and tassel. Newspaper Editor Holds Court Charles John Stevenson, publish (r of the Washington County Post, tldest Country weekly in the United ; States, holds court daily in the IVGY studios in Schenectady. Known as the “Jolly Judge,” he re tently conducted a dressmaking iass by radio, the first man ever to do so. More than 4,000 entered and in the finals when prizes were awarded, 200 women came to Sche nectady from distances up to 150 miles to model their creations. His program, heard each weekday at 9:05 am. is one of the most popular daytime shows over WGY.'