The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, September 03, 1932, Page 4, Image 4
rape 4_____Omaha, Nebraska, Saturday, September 3, 1932. Mrs. Anna Botts Honored The Out Door Club of Zior Baptist Church, honored Mrs Anna Botts. wife of the late l)r ■V. K. Botts. with a breakfast al Elmwood Park, Monday morning. August 20th. About twenty-two guests were present. Mrs. Mamie Oriffin of Lincoln, Nlebr., was al so present. Mrs. Botts home is now in Excelsior Springs, Mo. Mrs. White and family of Kan vts City. Mo., spent a pleasant week with her daughter Miss V'irginia White at the home of Mrs. Minnie Dixon, 28M!> Ohio St. The grandmother of Mrs. Kobt. (Bud Oreen is very sick in Ard more, Okla. , Mrs. J. Bates left Kansas City, Mo., to be at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Ellen McCon nell. Mrs. Anna Botts was guest at Zion Sunday, at the Cnveiling of the Memorial Tablet, dedicated to her late husband. Dr. W. F. Botts. While in the city, she was the house guest of Mrs. Lucinda Dav Iml Mrs. Ella Hamilton, 1211 Strat ford Koad Kansas City, Mo., spent a few days last week in Omaha, visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary Frazier, .'£110 Ohio St. Mr. Harry Hardy was very pleasantly surprised on Tuesday evening with a Stagg Party hon oring his birthday. Those pres ent and wishing him “Many hap py returns were Messers Karl Hiiuigan, Stanton Duke. Lamarr Peters. Lewis Artisun and Charles Johnson. The Stagg was arrang ed b) Mrs. Harry Hardy, who was. before her marriage, Miss Mercedes Johnson. Century Club presents Big Mid Nite Jamboree, Ritz Theatre, Sept. 3rd,—Admission 25c. Mrs. R. C. Gaskin Entertains Miss. R. ('. Gaskins honored her week eud guest with a beautifi t a at her home, 2040 Decatur K1 The honored guests were, Mr. an Mrs D. \V . Gaskin of Fulton. M< Mr. Gaskin is a brother of Mr. Richard Gaskin ami Prof, and Mrs. R. L. Washington and their daughter, Sadie Ruth of Columb ia. Mo. Many affairs have been given in their honor. About fifty guests enjoyed the evening. HAIRDRESSERS ATTENTION! For information concerning fin ger-waving pressed hair, write or call CHRRISTINE BEAUTY SHOP, 2538 Fourth Ave., Council Bluffs, la. Tel. 3932 W Mrs Wm. Elam entertained six week-end visitors at the home of her daughter. Mrs. R. C. Gaskin Thursday evening. The visitors were relatives of Mr. Elam. Mr. T. Elam, Mr. George Elam wife and sister Mrs. D. Sinclair, all of Tennessee and Mrs. Johnson of St. Louis. Mrs. Walter Seals at 2808 Bin ney St., has &s house guest. Mis? Eton* Grant and Miss Leah H I 1 SPECIAL Sunday Dinner —AT— WHITE ROSE TEA ROOM 2219 Willis Ave., WE. 4035 Mrs. Litha Smith. Prop. III.. ■ (‘rump. While here they are the recipient of many social courtes ies among which were a one o’ clock luncheon complimentary to Miss Eloise Grant dietician and Miss Leah Crump principal of Kealing school of Kansas City. The color scheme was carried throughout the house with garden flowers. Those present were Mrs. J. T. Fields, Mrs. Archie Macey, Mrs. Lewis Artison. Mrs. ; Ollie Madison, Mrs. Earl Jones, Mrs. James Dixon, Mrs. Edith Todd, Mrs. R. L. Turner, Mrs. Dora Alexander, Miss Eloise Grant, and Miss Leah Crump. ___ Mrs. Marie Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Frazier, spent the week end, visiting friends in Glenwood, Iowa. Mrs. Saybert Hangar Gives Theatre Party Mrs. Saybert Hangar honored the summer visitors Wednesday afternoon with a theatre party at the Paramount. The honored guest were, Mrs. Lillian Pegg, Misses Kurklin and Neely of Chi cago, Miss Jean Blackwell of Bal timore. Lucille Williams of St. Louis and Alice Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stewart of Chicago, will arrive Sept. 2nd to spend ten days as guest of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hell, 2436 Grant St. Mrs. Archie Macey was hostess to a breakfast, complimentary to Miss Eloise Grant and Miss Leah Crump. Covers were laid for eight. Mrs. J. Eden, 2860 Corby had as dinner guest Miss Leah Crump, Miss Eloise Grant of Kansas City, and Mrs. ,T. Owens of the city. Mrs. Jackson and daughter had as dinner guest, Miss Eloise Grant and Miss Leah Crump and Mr. Percy Holmes. Society Matron Honors Visitors ] Mrs. T. P. Mahammitt enter tained at Bridge Monday evening | at her beautiful home, in honor of , Mrs. Ja mes Pegg, Misses Neely and Kurklin of Chicago and Miss Lucille Williams of St. Louis, Mo., Miss Neely is in social work in Chicago. Twenty-five guests en joyed the evening. • Mrs. Daisy Love Hostess Mrs. Daisy Love honored Miss es Lillian and Lucille Williams of St. Louis on Saturday afternoon with a bridge luncheon at her home, 2425 Maple St. The guest were: Miss Florence Myers, Mrs. Hazel Jordan, Miss Mary Woods of Denver, Mrs. Francis Elliott. Mesdames Ruth Wheeler, Eva Waldron, Pearl Reese, A. L. Haw kins, Tone Hangar and Miss Anna Logan. If wanting a nice place to stop in Lincoln, call or write, Mrs. W. R. Colley, 1035 Rose phone, F 2046. j Mrs. Earl Wheeler Fetes Visitors Mrs. Earl Wheeler of 3011 N. 28th ave honored Misses Lillian and Lucille Williams of St. Louis at a bridge luncheon, Friday af ternoon. The guest list included Mesdames A. L. Hawkins, Elise Turner, Eva Pinkett. Bernice ■ . _ _ i r~ --— Peebles, Lena Paul, Alice Wilson, Lila Pryor, Dorothy Williams, Frances Elliott, Edna .Jackson, Eva Waldron, Oletta Allen, Nina West, -Jean Blackwell, J. C. Carey, •J. Harvey Kerns, lone Hangar, Pearl Reese, Win. Haynes, Ger trude Lucas, Lois Goode, and Susie Yancy. Century Club presents Big Mid Nite Jamboree, Ritz Theatre, Sept. 3rd,—Admission 25c. Miss Florence Myers honored Miss Mary Woods of Denver, Colo., Tuesday afternoon with a Bridge luncheon. Dr. .James Lewis, wife and small son returned to their home in Fort Scott, Kansas after an ex tensive visit with Dr. lewis’ mo ther and relatives. While in the city they were the recipients of many social courtesies. Jjittle James celebrated his 1st birthday while here and had a big time. Mrs. Rachel Woods Entertains j At Fontenelle Park Mrs. Rachel Woods was hostess to a group of friends at a dancing party Monday evening at Fon tenelle Club house. Many of the vounger social set were present. Those assisting were Mrs. P. A. Houston of Greenville, Texas, Mrs. Ij, B. Houston, Miss Cuma Watson and Mrs. Win. Perkins. Mrs. Belzora Collins, 2923 N. t 25th St., introduced her niece Miss Jewel Lott to the younger social set, with a buffet supper,! Friday evening, August 26th, I About forty young people were) present. Cards and dancing were the en tertainment of the evening. Very enjoyable features were given by the Cole brothers who were headliners at the Orpheum theatre the week of August 25th. Their interpretations of the pop ular songs was unique and com mendable. Mrs. Collins was assisted in serving a very delightful and re freshing slipper by her two dau ghters and niece, Mesdames Es tella Newland, Lucille Hamilton, and Christine Brown, also by Miss Lucy Mae Stamps, Mesdames Es sie Porter, Thelma Williams and |Messers Leroy Newland, Royal Speese and William White. Miss Lott is formerly of Dallas, Texas. where she was a senior in the Washington high school. She will continue her studies at the Central High school this fall and will make Omaha her permanent home. Miss Nellie E. Beene of Chicago is spending a ten day vacation with her sister Mrs. Lnellian Waites on Ohio St. Miss Beene is a student at the Curtiss Wright Aviation school. Miss Beene has the honor of being the first girl of our race to enroll. She has made one solo flight. Curtis Wright also has colored instruct ors. Birthday Party Mrs. Bernice Golden entertain ed a group of the younger set at a birthday party given in honor of Miss Della Mae Isa'acs at the home of Mrs. Lillie Mae Young, 2640 Binnev St. The guests were Misses Arceola King, Carrie Good lett, Hettie Golden, Sarah Frazier, Virginia White, and Erncliffe Blackburn, Messers William Hall. Fred Dixon. Allen Brewer. Wil liam Mitchell, Frank Adams, Ron ald Williams, Lewis White, Carl Hvdellberg, and Vernon Black burn. ._ i ! HICK’S BAR--B-Q HAM! I i n ' in I TR\ OUR HAM-“Our Bar-B-Q is Delicious” ? Come In Any Evening and Eat Our Bar-B-Q Sandwiches SPECIAL ORDERS GIVEN CAREFUL ATTENTION ; All Fowls and Wild Game in Season. * • Ask for Our BAR-B-Q Preminum Hams.... t ... FREE DELIVERY .... ANYTIME . ANYWHERE . I PHONE WE. 6354 2881 MIAMI ST. ! | JOHN HICKMAN, Prop. ! > ... ....t August 15 to 30, was the en campment period for Business and Industrial Girls at Camp Brew ster. Many Business and Indust rial girls spent a joyous two weeks vacation at the Camp during this time. Miss Barbara Geary of the Quack Club of the North Side Y. W. C. A. taught tennis at the camp during this period. The Jolly Bridgettes The Jolly Bridgettes met at the home of Mrs. Clara Smith, 2109 Miami St., with Mrs. Dorothy Abney as hostess. The evening was spent at bridge. A delicious luncheon was servedi The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Bernice Henry. Mrs. Doro thy Abney, reporter. Passtime Club The Passtime Club, met with Mr. and Mrs. Abner Ward, Aug ust 18th. After regular business a social hour followed. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Bell. A. Ward, reporter. College Educational Club Organized A study club was organized Sunday evening, August 28th at the YWCA. This club has been talked of for some time and final ly perfected as an organization. The aim of the club is to promote higher education and act as a vo cational guidance for students of our group. The club also intends to bring educators and artists to our different groups. Mr. L. L. McVay, who is a graduate of Howard University was made president. Rue Lee Jones, Sec‘y. and Mrs. Lois Goode, Ass’t SecV. Many suggestions were offered by Mrs. Rhone, Rev. Rhone, Miss Evelyn Evans, Dr. Singleton and others. A social hour followed at which time Miss Genevieve Mabry of New York, gave a sketch of her activities in New York. The Rainbow Club The Rainbow Circle club was entertained by Mrs. Ruby Red mon of 2619 Decatur. The regu lar meetings arc held on Monday nights. The visitors were Mr. F. Miller and Mrs. Goodlett. Prizes were won by Mrs. Ada, first. Mrs. Lee Bennett second, Mr. Eldrige Cooper first and Mr. F. Miller second. Visitors are always wel come. Joe Williams, Pres. Ruby Redmon, SecV., Lee Bennett, re porter, MMaxie Miller Writes”! i Boys and books again—Youthful Love not so serious—parents are right. (The Literary Service Bureau) Maxie Miller: I am haltiug be tween education and love. I fin ished high school and my parents want ine to go to college. I am in love and the boy I love says if I go to college he may wait for me, and he may get married to someone else. I am almost decid ed to give up college and get mar ried, for fear I may lose him. Must I?—Young Lover. Young Lover: You will be a young fool if you give up your education! If this boy loved you very much he would be willing to wait, even though it might not seem wise. Indications are he is not so much in love with you af ter all. You owe it to your parents not to disappoint them ; and you owe it to yourself to finish your edu cation and prepare for a life of service in whatever field you may choose. You are young; you will be in love many times, before you die: and you will have many more opportunities even superior to this one. Go on to college; make your life worthwhile; and in the years to come you will look back and wonder what you ever were so foolish even to consider giving up an education for a you thful love. Be wise, Young Lov er. or you will live to regret your folly.—Maxie Miller. COLORED WOMEN’S REPUB. CLUB ENTERTAIN BALDRIGE THEIR CANDIDATE (By John Benjamin Horton, Jr.) The Colored Women’s Baldrige Republican Club had as their guest of honor. Congressman Mal colm Baldrige, at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Shackelford, 2515 North 26th St., Friday night, j August 26th. The President, Mrs. Gertrude Shackelford, opened the meeting at 9:2(1 p. m. and later Mr. John B. Horton, Chairman of the Advis ory Board, acted as the master of ceremonies for the evening. After briefly outlining the policies of the organization and the future plans to put Baldrige “over the top”, Mr. Horton introduced the speaker of the evening, who in a clean cut and convincing manner, formally set forth upon his cam paign to carry the North side. It is this writer’s opinion, that after hearing such a sincere ap peal to sixty women of this club, MacBaldrige hasn’t a chance to lose; nothing short of success is his. We have an organization of Power and believe me these wom en know how to put their Con gressmen over. When sixty wo men start out to do something, they usually accomplish their mission when thoroughly organ ized and that they are. Mr. Joe Rosenbloom. Dr. John A. Singleton, Candidates for State Senator and State Representative respectively, spoke in glowing oratory and as very sincere and capable champions of the cause of the “Grand Old Party” and for Baldrige and themselves. Mrs. Elise Turner and Attv. Ray Wil liams spoke also for the Republic an ticket and for our Club’s can didate in noble terms. Others were on the program in cluding the Jolly Glee Club, a piano and song rendition by Rev. Glover and a dramatic reading hv Mrs. Shackelford. The master of ceremonies then turned the meet ing into one of social chatter and delightful refreshments were served. Kiddy Kolum n By Haxold Biddieux 0-0 by HAROLD BIDDIEUX Our Trip to Camp Gifford We arrived Monday, August 8, at Camp Gifford. The first thing we did was unpack our grips, clean our cabins and then wait for the bugle to blow breakfast, gee the boys were hungry. We had cereal, eocoa and toast for breakfast, after breakfast we had rest period we could then go to the candy store and draw out books to read. We had sinkers and floaters to swim a half hour and then the bugle would blow for swimmers swim. Some of the boys would try and swim their fifty yards which would help them to become a first class scout. After swimming classes there would be miscellaneous, do what .Vou please. After that assembly that means to come get help on what you need to pass tenderfoot, second class or first class tests. After miscellaneous we had gen eral swim, that was when the fun came. We played water tag and diving, after each swim we took a shower then dressed in our scout uniforms for retreat, after retreat we ate supper. We could again do as we pleased. Every day was the same only we could go on different hikes at night. On Sat urday we had track meeting. Our division, defeated division Xo. 1,—80-48. On Sunday wre , bad a swimming meet, we also won that. I do not know the score. We also had iee cream for dessert for supper. Division No. 1 got double dessert for beating the staff members in a game of baseball. Sunday morning we had Sun day school in the woods. Some of the order boys that were higher class got to ride hours in the boat. Every boy that went gained in weight. The only sad story was Ralph Holloway who had to leave, camp on account of an earache. We left company Wednesday for home. Stories by Jean Terrell There lived a dog who was very selfish and greedy. Going home one night he came across a fat juicy bone on his way home. There were other >dogs who tried to get the bone, but the big old dog would not let them have it. As he came across the bridge be saw the reflection in the brook of a dog with a bone, he snapped and to his surprise it was not a dog but himself and he drowned him self. ---■■■ '■ T1 Scwne years ago a boy named < arl was very kind. He was get ting ready to go to school. His mother said do not stop for any one, the boy said allright and went on. On his way he saw a man running across the street and a car about to run into him, so < arl called to the man in time to save him. And Carl was a brave bov. 7 ... When Hallowe'en came Tom’s mother said, do not put soap on peoples windows, Tom said [ won't. When night came, some boys were putting soap on the windows. They asked if he could put some soap on. Tom said yes. When the lady found soap on her window's she got after the boys. They all got away but Tom and she carried him to his mother and she whipped him. Tom never did that again. ... When the 4-th of July came Al’s mother told him not to buy any fire crackers until she came back from visiting. A1 was only six years old and his mother knew how dangerous they were. A1 disobeyed his mother and for a while he had a fine time. Then he lit a fire cracked and it went off in his face just as his mother walked into the yard. He was rushed to the hospital and had to stay there all summer. * * m. How I Enjoyed My Cooking Class by Helen Bradshaw T am a little girl, 10 years old, and haven’t had much experience in cooking, only through my mo ther and Mrs. Lewis. I can set the table myself. Mrs. Lewis taught us children how to make salads, such as Bean, Egg and Golden Rod. 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