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PAGK 4____ Omaha, Nebraska, Saturday, December 24,1932._ _
IMPERIAL LEAGUE'S WAFFLE
With the yuletide season growing
near, the Imperial League members
are making every effort to secure
funds for charitable purposes. Their
first attempt was a bridge tourna
ment which served 34 families. The
waffle supper Sunday evening at the
Morning Glory Tea Room proved a
Fully seventy-five encouraging
friends dined at the Tea Room. A_
mong the out of town supper guests
were Dr. William T. Thompkins of
Kansas City and Mr. Meredith Lee
of St. Joseph. Mo. They were the
guests of Harry Leland. Mrs. Mary
Browne made the largest single res
ervation, a table of nine.
The proceeds will be used to aid j
needy families for Christmas. Grace
Adams, social worker, was Chairman
and Robbie Turner-Davis, president, j
COUNSELLOR SISTERS DONATE
One cannot be happy knowing oth.
er* are suffering. Of the many en
couragements given the Imperial
League girls, the Counsellor sisters,
Gladys and Helen must be given con.
siderable mention for the wonderful
co-operation in the donations of the
use of their Tea Room for the Waffle
Sapper. Sunday evening.
The Morning Glory Tea Room prov.
ed to be the popular rendezvous dur- j
tag the summer and is now a perfect
set up for private parties.
About two hundred persons attend
ed the Democratic Victory Reception
held at the Dreamland Hall Saturday
Harry Leland, president of the Ne.
gro Democratic Club and Chairman of
the reception arranged one of the
most brilliant affairs of the season.
The guest speaker was Dr. Wil. j
liam T. Thompkin, president of the
National Negro Democratic Associa
tion of the midwest. Mr. Meredith Lee
of St. Louis, Mo., Secretary of the
organization was also present.
Seen here and there among the
prominent democrats were; Mr. Den.
By O'Brien and Mrs. O’Brien, Mr.
Tom O’Connor, newly elected regis
trar of deeds. Miss Olsen and many
Mr. Alfred Jones was in charge of
1154 North 20th St.
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the banquet. One of the novelty at.
tractions was the unique program.
Due recognition is given each little
performer, but Miss Rosa Lee Hughes
blu«* singer and Charles William, tap
dancer deserve special mention.
Mrs. C. A. Daniels, 3504 Blondo,
who has been seriously ill at the
Nicholas Senn Hospital, is at home
Holiday parties are on the way and
many social events are registered for
the Yuletide season.
The “Club Prud Homme” a newly
organized club, promises the gala e
vent of the holiday season with their
initiai Dawn Dance.
The popular Aloha Dancing Club
always extends a warm hospitality to
their many friends.
The usual round or “after parties”
are scheduled among the socialites.
Member and friends of the Appo
matox Social and Religious Club of
Bethel Church, will give a one act
drama entitled “The Spirit of Christ
mas”, next Friday evening, Decern,
oer 23rd, 8 o’clock at Bethel church,
2430 Franklin St. Miss Vera Chand
ler is in charge of the music. Mr.
Clarence Davis, in lighting and prop
erties. Miss Hilda Woods, director.
Please come out and help make this
a big Christmas event for the young
people. Silver offering.
THE LADIES SOCIAL CLUB
The Ladies Social Club met at 1216
South 17th St., the home of Mrs. Ver.
nice Harris, hostess. The Club was
served a two course luncheon which
everyone enjoyed very much. We
only with that Mrs. Harris could be
hostess more often.
After the luncheon, whist was play
ed. Mrs. Sarah Bogan won first
prize, MrS. Evelyn Jones, booby.
Mrs. Eva Phillip, president.
Mrs. J. Da'Hs, acting reporter.
The Eureka Twenty Bridge Club
The Eureka Twenty Bridge Club
met Saturday night at 2218 North
29th St, the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Bogan. Mr. and Mrs. Davis was the
host and hostess.
After business, cards were played.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Phillip won the first
prizes; Mr. William Penn and Mrs.
Jones, the booby.
The Club was served by the host
ess after which the Club adjourned
to meet again after the holidays.
Mr. P. Adkins, president, Mrs. Jo
sephine Davis, reporter.
The Primrose Club
The Primrose Club held its weekly
Wednesday evening, December 14th,
at the home of Mrs. Sarah Bradley
2863 Corby St. A delicious repast
was served. Mrs. Redd won first
prize, Mrs. Brewer second and Miss
The Primrose will sponsor a Christ,
mas Party Wednesday evening, Dec
ember 28. Exchanging gifts will be
the feature of the evening.
Next meeting, December 21st at
Mrs. Averetts, 2912 Erskine St. F.
Redd, President, Sarah Bradley, re.
WOODSON CENTER NEWS
"A Christmas Reverie” will be
presented by the Girl's Glee Club of
Woodson Center, assisted by others
on Friday night, Dec. 23rd, at ‘8
o’clock in the Social Settlement Gym
nasium. Christmas Chorals will form
the background for the "Reverie”,
among which will be found two com.
paratively new ones, sectional in
Following the program at the
“Gymn” there will be a Cofnmunity
Christmas party at Woodson Center.
The public is invited and urged to
attend both entertainments.
Friday, December 16th was a busy
day at the Center. In the morning
at ten o’clock the nursery group had
their party. About thirty-five child
ren and their mothers came out in
spite of the xtremely cold weather
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The children enjoyed their usual1
Santa Claus, toys and candies.
Our house “looks like Christmas”
early this year with the trees, wreaths
and other Christmas trimmings.
In the evening, about nine o’clock
the Informal Dancing Party, for Dec
ember High School Graduates, was
very successful. One day next week
the Center will entertain the Grade
School Graduates, they are:—Ernest
1 Shields, Grant West, Espanole An_
ders, Mary Ford, Walter Winston,
Frank Norman, Virgin Oliver, Maud
Ethel Reese, and Milton Howard
GIRL RESERVES RECEIVE
The Misses Melba Robbins and Ora
Lee Britt, active Girl Reserves and
recent graduates of the Long School,
received Gold Seals, the highest a
ward for Excellence in Penmanship.
Elma Forrest, youngest member of
the graduating class also received the
Blue Seal, next to the highest award,
and Mabel Richardson, the Red Seal.
All four girls plan to enter high
GIRL RESERVES AND BOY
SCOUTS TO CAROL CHRISTMAS
Eighteen boys and girls will leave
the “Y” on Saturday evening at six
o’clock to sing Christmas Carols to
the shut-ins of the Community. The
chorus has been directed by Miss Wil
OUNG PEOPLE DISCUSS “LIFE”
“One can be popular and not con.
form to moral .laws”—emphatically
stated h high school boy at the Girl
Reserve bimonthly “Boy and Girl For
um” at the North Side “Y”. “I know
plenty of people whose morals are
low but they are popular.” .These
statements and others of like im.
port were spoken during the discus
sion hour. It was very evident that
life today for most young people is
difficult, complexity made so through
the changing concepts and modes of
living.. Father John Albert Williams
the principal speaker, addressed the
group on the subject, “Youth and the
Art of Living”, The following lead
ers led discussion groups; Miss Delite
Hollett, Educational Secretary at the
Central YWCA., ‘The Art of Con
veration”; Mrs. Lorraine Shoemaker
“The Art of Being a ‘Good Mixer”;
Dr. J. Wesley Jones, ‘The .Art of
Popularity”; /and Dr. A. L. Hawkins
“The Art of Personality.”
The meeting was sponsored by the
Junior High School Club, Mary Alice
Willis, President. There were thirty,
five Junior Hgh School boys and girls
The Trojans and Quack Clubs are
having their Christmas Parties cm
the 29th and 30th respectively. The
Quack Club is entertaining the small
children of the community on Satur
day morning at ten o’clock. They
will have a Christmas tree and will
give the children Christmas stockings
with candies and nuts and picture
books. The names of these children
will be furnished by the Family Wel
BOY SCOUT AND GIRLS RESERV.
Troop 79 and the Blue Triangle
Club of Grade School Girl Reserves
will have a Christmas Party Satur
day afternoon. December 31st, at the
North Side "Y". A program will be
presented, followed by games. The
Committee in charge includes the
Misses Lula Williams, Dorothy Dav
is, Albert Johnson and Edward Wig
gins. Miss Madeline Shipman, Ad_
visor of the Girl Reserve Club and
Mr. T. P. Mahamitt, Boy Scout lead
Some Solid Advice to the Young—
Christmas A Sacred Season—No Time
for Excesses—Here’s for a Safe and
(For advice, write to Maxie Miller,
care of The Literary Service bureau,
516 Minnesota Avenue, Kansas City,
Kansas. For personal reply send self
addressed, tamped envelope.)
(The Literary Service Bureau)
Dear Reader: This is Christmas
season. Glorious is the event we com.
memorate. It concerns all peoples.
But, somehow, the original purpose
has been changed. This sacred season
is used as a time for high-jacking,
carousing, debauchery This is a shame
ful perverson! It is also a most des
To help you, young readers, I am
turning aside from the usual line to
give a little advice. Don’t give over
to excesses. During the season many
will indulge in drink. There will be
accidents and crimes followng. Over,
eating and loss of rest will leave the
bodily strength depleted. Other un
fortunates results will follow the us
ual debaucheries. To avoid these after
results I urge you, my children, to
be sober; be sane; be conservative;
avoid excesses of all kinds; and come
through the Yuletide with body strong
and conscience clear. Here’s yo>urs for
a Merry Christmas and a safe and
sane celebration.—Maxie Miller.
P. S.—Maxie Miller would apprec
iate a line or two from any of the
readers who have been helped, and
would appreciate any advice or sug
gestion looking toward greater help
fulness. M. M.
KAPPAS (PROMISES GALA
AFFAIR AT WEST VIRGINIA
The Tau chapter of the grand chap,
ter of the Kappa Alpha Psi are mak
ing great preparations for the twen
ty-second annual conclave to convene
at West Virginia State College, Dec.
ember 27th to 30th, inclusive.
Many outstanding men of the coun
try are expected and their social act
ivities are predicted to draw many.
The festivities include a formal
dance, guests. Omega Psi Phi Prater,
nity and Delta Sigma Theta, Decem
ber 27th. A Formal dance, the guest
of the Alpha Phi Alpha and Alpha
Kappa Alpha, December 28th. A
dawn dance, guest of Tau Chapter,
Kappa Alpha Psi, December 29th. A
formal dance, guest, Phi Delta Kap
pa, December 29th. A formal dance,
twenty-second grand prom, Decern_
The Kappa Women's auxiliaries are
staging the bridge luncheons and
famous “after parties.”
SOME WIVES AND OTHERS
by Mr. “X”
(The Literary Service Bureau)
I hear my wife say, “I like Mrs.
Johns, but she is the worst conceited
woman I most ever saw.” Then she
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charged, “It is eternally ‘this is my
way; this is the way I think; this is
the way I do it; I can beat anybody
doing that!’ ” And “that woman’s
name” is legion. It must be admitted
that such conceit is a grievous fault;
and generally it merits the contempt
and ridicule whch it receives. This
is a case where is applicable Bobbie
“O, that some powe’r the gift
would gi’e us.
To see ourselves as ithers see us.”
FORMER WASHINGTON GIRL TO
SING IN GERMANY
New York, <CNS) Miss Sylvia Gar
ner. formerly of Wshington, daughter
of the Rev. A. C. Gamer, pastor of
Grace Congregational Church, West
139th street, has reecntly signed a
contract to sing in Berlin, Germany.
Miss Garner, who life New York,
several months ago with a company
of specially chosen performers book
ed to appear in the cancelled film,
“Black and White.” under the auspic.
es of the Soviet Government of Rus_
sia, has been making a tour of Europe
en route back to the States, and two
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; its program comprises trade school,
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academy or college levels. Therefore
last year Hampton was temporarily
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of the Association at its annua! meet
temporary rating was changed to tlie
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