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IT IS EASY TO SEE— A XT TC T T^W A F | T Y"^ IT IS EASY TO SEE
1. The other man’s viewpoint when |\ I I | I—J IVI I 1 Z\ I I—^ 3. The mistakes of other people we
jL\ 1 N Vy 1 Ij 1 N iy / jL 1 JLi 4° world is in trouble, but
2. Why other people fail, yet our fail- who wants to give God advice.
With Ray of Sunshine
Page 4 _ Omaha, Nebraska, September 24,1932____
With the vacation season at end
and the travelers homeward bound we
find many nursing the memory of the
Joyous activities spent during the
summer months. Many festivities are
centered around the opening of the
club and a glorious time is hoped for
the fall and winter social gayeties.
Returns Home From California
Mra. Liziie Buford, Miss DorothyI
Allen, Mr*. Floy Southard, Mrs Ami
lee Martin. Mrs Vera Cowan and Miss
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Mrs. Hiram R. Greenfeild has re
turned from Chicago, where she was
the guest of Elder Lucy Smith, while
attending the Pentecostal convention.
Many social courtesies were extended !
Miss Arabella Rucker, daughter of |
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Burt street will leave Sept. 26th for
Nashville, Tenn., where she will en
ter the State college.
Mrs. Augusta Peoples Stephens re
turned home Monday eve having spent
10 days vacation in Pueblo, Colo., the
house guest of her brother and sister
in-law and Jess, Jr. Mr. and Mrs.
Peoples gave an elaborate dinner in
her honor. Covers were laid for ten
guests. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Burt
gave a breakfast in honor of Mrs.
Stephens and Mr. and Mrs. Strong of
Cheyenne, Wyo., and Mr. and Mrs.
Peoples. The guests declared that
both Mr. and Mrs. Peoples and Mr.
and Mrs. Peoples and Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Burt were ideal host and
hostesses. Sunday the Peoples’ family
and Mrs. Stephens motored to Denver
and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs.
Fields and other friends, all had a
Eugene H. Smith and Norman
Chandler have returned to Omaha, af
ter a visit with his mother in Jackson,
Michigan. While there he received his
license as a registered pharmacist.
He expects to enter the University of
Nebraska, in September for a Master’s
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Miss Mildred Rush, popular student
at the University of Iowa left Monday
for her home in Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
after a short visit with her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Faucett,
3231 Corby street. In her honor a
dancing and card party was given at
the Faucett residence last Friday
evening for a number of the younger
social set. Miss Rush will resume her
studies at Iowa U., September 2<5.
Mr. and Mr. Shannon Webster Enter
tain at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip McCullough of
Minneapolis, Minn., were the dinner
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Shannon Webster, 503 N. 28th St.
The other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Or
ville Webster. Mrs. McCullough
known to Omahans as Audrey True
hart is in social work in Minneapolis
and Mr. McCullough is in government
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Gordon of Beat
rice, Nebraska, were visitors at the
Guide Office Tuesday morning. Mrs.
Grdon is a sister of Attorney H. J.
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Pinkett of Omaha, and a prominent
club-worker throughout the state.
Miss Francis Red entertained 30
guests at her home 1806 N 28th St.,
Saturday Sept. 17th. The evening
was spent at dancing and cards, after
which refreshments were served.
The Just We Social and Charity
Club met at the home of Mrs. C. B.
Frederick, 2220 Lake St., Thursday,
September 15. Miss Amy Anderson
hostess. The club enjoyed a very
beautiful and palatable luncheon be
fore entering into their meeting,
which was very interesting as the
members are planning their fall and
winter activities. Mrs. Ida Artison,
President. Mrs. Vassie Harrold, Sec’y
The Ladies Saving and Social Club
The Ladies Saving and Social club
met at the home f Mrs. Lula Moore
with Mrs. Ida Potter as hostess. Af
ter the busines meeting a dainty
luncheon wa served followed by cards.
Mrs. Vernice Harris first prize, Mrs.
Christine Phillips booby. We were
glad to have two of our members back
Mrs. Josephine Davis who has been
visiting her mother in Kansas City
and Mrs. Eva Phillips.
Mrs. Nellie Penn, Pres.
Mrs. Martha Burton, Reporter
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Mrs. Mattie Middleton who has
been seriously ill at her home, 2122 N.
26th St. was removed to the Univer
sity Hospital, Monday, Sept. 12, for
observation, was operated on Wednes
day morning, Sept. 21„ and at this
time her condition is reported good.
By Mrs. E. Maryweather)
Mr. Joseph Lewis and daughters of
Omaha, Nebraska, visited a week in
the city the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. John Harrison has been very
sick but is getting better at this writ
Rev. Guy and wife are attending
the conference at Minneapolis this
week. We hope for his return.
Mrs. Jefferson and daughter,
Mrs. Clark are attending the confer
ence in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Lizzie Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Hughes and Mrs. Ollie Redmon
left Saturday for parts in Missouri.
Mrs. Dora McGuire is visiting her
son, Jess McGuire, in Minneapolis.
She is also attending the A. M. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Winn spent
Sunday in Kansas City, Mo., with her
daughter, Mrs. J. E. Watkins.
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An interesting talk on the conditions
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Sept. 25th at 2:30 p. m. at the I. W.
0. club rooms, 1314 No. 24th St. by
Melvin Martin, a student at Nebraska
Mr. Martin has just returned from
i three months study of conditions in
Everybody welcome. Admission free.
[f wanting a nice place to stop in
Lincoln, call or write, Mrs. W. R.
Holley, 1035 Rose phone, F 2046.
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1 LINCOLN NEWS
Loretta Swannigan, Reporter
After one of the most active months
of the year for entertaining, Lincoln
society has settled down for a brief
rest as September ushers in the time
for school season; and the many pop
ular visitors that have been in the city
vacationing are leaving for their re
spective homes. August, the best
month of the year will long be re
membered by all.
Miss Anita Miller, popular school
teacher of Phoenix, Arizona, who has
been spending her summer vacation
with her mother Mrs. P. Miller, has
returned to her school.
Miss Belva Spicer, another popular
school teacher who has been spending
her summer with her mother in the
city returned to her school at Kansas
Miss Frieda Cooley, who has been
the summer guest of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Copeland, has returned to her home
and school at Kansas City, Missouri.
Mrs. Doris Young, a very charming
visitor from Pattsburg, Mo., who was
the guest of her sister-in-law Mrs.
Guy Wiley, has also returned home.
Mr. Millard Woods, and Brother Del
mar, who have been in Minnesota all
summer have arrived home.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dean, after a
ten day visit in Minnesota, the guest
of their sister and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Arms, have returned, accompan
ied by little Miss Patsy Dean, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dean.
Entertaining at a series of attrac
tive parties for the many summer visi
tors, Mrs. Richard Houston gave a
foursome one afternoon followed by a
beautiful afternoon tea, and later on
assisted by Mrs. Mayme Todd; one of
the most brilliant evening parties of
the season when she acted as hostess
to sixteen ladies; Poor men! hubbies
had to stay at home. Progressive
Bridge was played. Mrs. Edna Page
winning the first prize, and Ada
Holmes, the second.
Mrs. Houston’s house was beauti
fully decorated throughout with beau
tiful flowers and the hostess served a
most appetizing luncheon to her
guests Society will long remember
Mrs. Houston’s party. Out of town
guests to the foursome were Miss
Belva Spicer, of Kansas City, Kansas.
Guests of the afternoon tea, were
Mrs. Doris Young, of Plattsburg, Mo.;
Mrs. Florence Blooah, of Memphis,
Tenn.; Miss Anita Miller, of Phoenix,
Arizona, and for her evening party,
the out of town guests list included
Mrs. Blooah, Miss Spicer, Miss Miller
and Miss Cooley.
Mrs. Woods and Johnson’s Luncheon
Honoring their house guest, Miss
Catherine Moore, of Cheyenne, Wyom
ingj Mrs. William Woods and her sis
ter Mrs. Cicero Johnson, entertained
at one of the most elaborate luncheons
ever given in Lincoln at the beautiful
resident of Mrs. Cicero Johnson. Af
ter lunch bridge was played; Mrs.
Frank Swanigan, winning first prise,
and Mrs. Page second- The Johnson
home was beautifully decorated with
garden flowers and some very beauti
ful gowns were worn by milady. Mrs.
Raymond Holcomb, was beautiful in
red georgette; Mrs. Young wore black
chiffon velvet; Miss Belva Spicer was
very beautiful in flowered chiffon;
Miss Cooley was charming in yellow
crepe; Miss Miller wore a beautiful
black velvet; Mrs. Catherine Moore,
was lovely indeed in the new fall
brown crepe with matching access
Mrs. Millard Woods’ gown of flow
ered silk chiffon only added ta her
loveliness. Mrs. Blooah was very
dainty in white lace. Mrs. Copeland
who is called the best dressed woman
im Lincoln was very charming in a
black and white creation, as was. also
Mrs. Walterette Young. Mrs. Page
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wore a beautiful white satin gown
with a red jacket, and Mrs. Swanigan
wore pale blue satin with matching
accessories. Out of town guests were
Miss Miller; Miss Spicer; Mrs. Doris
Young; Mrs. Catherine Moore; Miss
Cooley and Mrs. Blooah.
Mrs. John Galbreadth entertained
at a series of parties for the out of
town visitors at her beautiful home,
including a dinner for Miss Cooley;
an afternoon party and a lovely bridge
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Williams had
as dinner guests Mr. Harry Hill, for
merly of Lincoln, but who makes his
home in Denver, Colorado now, Mr.
and Mrs. T. James and Mrs. Preston,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swanigan, had
as their guests for dinner Mrs. Wal
ter Seals, of Omaha, Miss Eloise
Grant, and Miss Shrup; popular
school teacher of Kansas City; also
Mr. Percy Holmes of Omaha. Mrs.
Swanigan took her guests ob a sight
seeing trip including a visit to the
State capitol; State Hospital; Re
formatory; and the Penitentiary.
Mr. and Mrs. Copeland Entertains
One of the largest parties ever giv
en in Lincoln and one of the most
beautiful this reporter ever had the
pleasure of attending, was given by
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Copeland in hon
or of their house guest, Miss Frieda
Cooley ( popular school teacher of Kan
sas City, Mo. Serving at small tables,
each centered with individual roses
and beautiful in its dazzling glassware
of rose green, orchid and blue, Mrs.
Copeland served one of the most elab
orate luncheons ever witnessed. Pro
gressive bridge was played with the
highest honor going to Mrs. A. L.
Hawkins of Omaha and the lowest to
Miss Belva Spicer of Kansas City,
Kansas. M13S Cooley was given the
guest prize. Out of town guests were
Mrs. Florence Blooah; Miss Anita Mil
Ier; Mrs. Doris Young; Miss Cooley;
Mr. Harry Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Millard
Woods; Miss Belva Spicer. The hon
ored guests were Dr. and Mrs. A. L.
Hawkins; and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Lewis, of Omaha. Mrs. Hawkins was
queenly in a lovely black lace gown;
and Mrs. Lewis was her own self in
a beautiful white lace gown.
Mrs. Copeland’s parties are very
much sought after for one always
knows they are grand.
To bring the finish to a glorious
month of entertaining, Mrs. James
Dean in that charming way of which
no one else can imitate entertained at
a beautiful arranged bridge lun.heon
at her home on Rose Ave. Mrs. Dean's
home is the show place of Lincoln
The guests were seated at small tables
after luncheon bridge was played. Mr.
and Mrs. Cicero Johnson and Mrs.
Moore motored to Omaha last Sunday
The Naughty Twelve a distinctive so.
cial club composed of the leaders of
the Lincoln social set will give a Hal.
South Dakota News
Mrs. Oscar Bridgewater, reporter
933 Vi N. Main St
Rev. M. W. Withers, pastor of St.
John Baptist church who suffered
alight bruises in an accident at Minn
eapolis returned home enroute to at
tend the National Baptist Conven
tion which convened Sept. 7 to 12.
Rev. P. Ik Lott accompanied by Mrs.
Scott of Mason City, Iowa preached
at both services Suaday. The Ladies
Aid Society met Monday with Mrs.
Harvey Mitchell as president.
Adrian Talbot son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Moxley left for his home in
Kansas City, Saturday. Dennis,
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Newson re.
turned home from his vacation with
his aunt in Detroit, Mieh.
Miss Ida Moxley, beautician at
Mitchell’s beauty shop left for her
vacation in Chicago where she will
visit relatives and friends.
REV. C. P. MORROW VISITS
Rev. C. P. Morrow and family were
visitors in the city last week as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Clark, 2702 Corby St. Rev. Morrow
is the pastor of Francis St. Temple of
St. Joseph, Mo. While in the city he
preached at Clairs Chapel and Zion
Baptist churches. Rev. Morrow and
family were very happily received by
their friends Mrs. Bell Woods and
Mrs. Frederick Clark.
Rev. J. C. Clay pastor of Cleaves
Temple church is very ill at his home.
Mrs. L. White is seriously ill at her
home, 2529 Decatur St.
Mrs. McDonald, wife of Rev. E. H.
McDonald, died Tuesday. The funeral
services was held Thursday from the
Myers Funeral Home.
PUPPY LOVE—THE WAY OF A
MAID WITH A MAN.
(for advice, write to Maxie Miller,
care of Literary Service Bureau, 51<>
Minnesota, Kansas City, Kansas. For
personal reply, send self-addressed,
(The Literary Service Bureau)
Dear Maxie Miller: I want yo« to
publish this letter and your reply,
please. I am a girl of 19, I am go
ing to school and will graduate next
May 1933. I am in love with one of
my schoolmates. He has asked mo
several times could he visit my home,
and I refused to give it to him, he
asked me to give him my house nam
her, I refused to do so. I am trying
to keep him from knowing that I care
for him. All while we are in class
he just watches me and one day I
was talking with another boy he ealL
ed me away from him. Maxie. he is
very handsome but he doesn't think
he is a sheik. He always acts quiet
and is very polite- He does not act
like other boys who have his splen
did opportunity. If he should ask
me to mary him do you think I should
accept his offer? Must I give him
my house number so he can call to
see me? Or must I try to forget
him? Please advise me.—Baby Ey
ed Baby D.
Brown Eyed Baby D: You are a
and want him but refuse to accept any
regular little baby if you love this boy
of his moves toward friendliness.
Since he is such a nice young man, I
would certainly give my house number
and permission to call the very next
time he asked me. I would treat him
kindly, just the same as I did the oth
er boys, but would certainly stop
“picking” on him. Why accept the
favor of the gods as such a nice
young man must certainly be a gift
from above. Let the marriage ques
tion rest a while, do not cross your
bridres before you come to them.—
THOSE HUSBANDS OF OURS
By “Madam X”
Company Without Warning
(Next week: “Some Wives and Oth
ers” by “Mr. X”).
(The Literary Service Bureau)
Not long ago a woman told of one
of her husband's antics. Under the
influence of drink, he attended a re
ligious gathering and invited the en
tire body to take breakfast with him
the next morning. He was sleeping
off his jag, the next morning, and hie
wife had the embarrassment of trying
to supply breakfast for forty persona,
tho she knew nothing of it until the
guests began to arrive.
Of course this was an extreme case,
but there are husbands who often
meet friends and say “Come go home
and have dinner with me.” It might
be the proverbial “wash day,” or the
wife may have a special engagement.
But whatever the circumstances a man
does injustice to and works a hardship
on his wife when he does such a
thoughtless thing. I am sure all my
sisters will agree with me.
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