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pAru 4 Omaha, Nebraska, Saturday, January 28, 1933
SPEND SUNDAY IN LINCOLN
Mesdames S. H. Dorsey, James G.
Jewell, Grace Morris Hutten, Ruth
Sykes at Chicago and Miss Jennie
Bobineon, motored to Lincoln Sun.
day to attend the First Congregation,
al Church and later had dinner at
the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs.
A very delightful dinner was serv
ed by Mrs. Mary Brown, 3115 Webs
ter St., honoring Rev. and Mrs. J. C.
Clay and Junior. Also as guests
were: Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Stall
worth, Charles Stallworth and Mr.
and Mrs. D. W. Grant. Mrs. Brown
and her daughter, Madeline are well
known for their efficiency as hostes
ses, Rev. Clay was observing his
MRS. SCOTT ENTERTAINS
Dining together at a beautiful lun
cheon at which Mrs. Georgia Scott
was hostess Friday afternoon, Jan
uary 19th were Mesdames Maggie
Moore. Gertrude Ashby, Luticia Tay
lor, Hattie Barnett, Ida Artison,
Mattie Payne, Dillard, Tucker and
Hattie Miller. The afternoon was
joyfully spent by all.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wright wish to
thank the many friends who cooper
ated and sympathized with them dur
ing the illness and death of their
daughter, Rose Wright.
SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN
Mrs. Mayme Booth was honored at
a surprise birthday buffet breakfast
Saturday morning, January 21st at
her home, 2111 Grant St.
After breakfast was served the
time was spent playing whist. The
first prize won by Mrs. Billie Hun
ter and the consolation by Mrs.
Those present were the Joli Cour
Club members who are Mesdmaes Lil
lie Mae Young, Rose Overton, Billie
Hunter, Bernice Golden, Willa And
erson, Della Mae Brewers and Misses
Helen Crosley and Lucille Britton.
Other guests were: Mesdames Ros
alie Breedlove, Lillian Pettiford, Edna
Prestidge and Miss Josephine Breed
Mrs. Booth received many useful
gifts. A lovely time was had by all
and the guests left wishing Mrs.
booth many more happy birthdays.
Mrs. Booth is also a member of the
Joli Cour Club.
Miss Ray Delle Greene suffered a
slight stroke Jan. 15th. At this writ
ing she is still confined to her bed.
Mrs. M. C. Sands and Mrs. J. W,
Thomas were luncheon guests of Mrs.
W. H. Birdsong in Council Bluffs,
Lois Eileen Brown, youngest daugh
ter of Mrs. Dorothy Brown and sister
of Mickey and Marjorie Louise Brown
formerly of 2922 Franklin St., died
of heart trouble preceded by pnue
monia in Morrisania Hospital., New
York City, January 17th, 1933.
Miss Brown left Omaha. Nov. 6th,
to reside with her sister, Mrs. Mar
jorie Perry of 460 W. 147th St.
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THE FRIDAY NIGHT BRIDGE
The Friday night Bridge Foursome
met January 20th at the home of Miss
| Sybil Merrifield, 2530 Patrick Ave.
Mrs. Ruby Bowen held first place
! from the preceding meeting, while
Mrs. Josephine Bell reached second
place from fourth over Mrs. Helen
Webster and Miss Merrifield. After
several hours of bridge, a very de
lightful repast was served by the
On Saturday night, January 14th,
Mrs. Helen Redd-Wiebster entertain
ed in honor of her birthday, a few of
her friends at the home of her moth
er, 2317 North 20th St. The guests
present were: Misses Margaret Bell,
Sybil Merrifield. Melba McCaw, Char
lotte Redd, Mesdames Alma Clarke,
Ruby Bowen, Goldye Simmends, Jos
ephine Bell, Messrs Rudolph Watson,
Skeet Morgan, Willie Shuttles, Her
bert Clarke, Alex Parker and Rod
Bridge and dancing were the chief
forms of entertainment and everyone
present declared Mrs. Webster a very
BIG RADIO BROADCAST NORTH
Everybody come to the “Y” and
tune in on Thursday evening, Febr
uary 2nd, at 8:15 sharp. Mr. H. L.
Preston, Omaha’s popular singer, will
be heard in his new role of radio an
nouncer. A choice group of Omaha’s
talent will furnish special numbers.
Soloists include Mesdames Irene Mor
| ton, Earl Wheeler and Gladys Bell;
Messrs. James Owen, Ural Carter
and Russell Taylor. Pianists include
the Misses Edrose Willis, Bertha
Young and Mrs. Milton Wilson. In
strumental numbers will be rendered
by Mr. Delmar Kirtley, Mr. Robert
Oliver, Mr. Shirley Yancey and Miss
Everybody will be there and you
will miss a big treat should you not
come. Silver offering at the door.
Mrs. Minnie Ousley, Chairman, House
Committee and Mrs. Hattian Maddi
son, Chairman, Program.
The Religious Education Commit
tee of the North Side YWCA held a
large and interesting meeting of
Missionary workers on Thursday af
ternoon. The purpose of the meeting
| was to bring to the attention of
Christian workers the problem of
unchurched individuals and juvenile
delinquency. Mrs. J. H. Jackson
presided. Mrs. J. S. Parker explain
ed the purpose of the meeting and
Miss Esther Johnson, Juvenile Court
Worker, appealed to the women for
the organization of a Juvenile Court
| Committee to work in conjunction
. with Miss Gertrude Lucas and Juv
enile Court Workers. Mrs. A. A. De.
Larme, Past President of the State
Missionary Baptist Association, gave
an inspiring closing talk. There was
much discussion and interest and a
, number of women volunteered to be
1 come members of a Juvenile Court
Committee. * Because of the enthus
iasm, quarterly meetings of Mission
ary workers will be held to discuss
Orchard & Wilhelm Go.
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washing In a machine that deserves a
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I he JNorthside NonFarasan Foh.
tical Club, meet at the resident of
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Elliott, 2434
Seward St., Saturday January 21,
1933, and enjoyed talks by candidates
for the City Primary Election.
Their next meeting will be held at
the Elks Hall, 2434 Lake St., Febr
uary 16, 1933, 7:30 p. m. Refresh
ment will be served.
The public is invited to be present.
Sergeant Isaac Bailey, Pres., 2816
Pratt St., Mr. Sterling, Sec’y., 2304
THE COMMUNITY CIVIC IM.
PROVEMENT CLUB, ORGANIZED
JANUARY 16, 1933
At the last meeting of the Comm
unity Civic Improvement Club which
meets every Monday night at 9
o’clock at the Urban League, accord
ing to its President Mr. John Ben
jamin Horton, the entire membership
consisting of 130, unanimously en
dorsed the Club’s program for the
Improvement generally of all Civic
conditions which have to do with our
Specifically speaking the President
said “Being an independent body of
free thinking, American citizens, The
Community Civic Improvement Club
was also organized to promote the
candidacy in a 100% manner of those
candidates whom this organization
deem competent and worthy to hold
the office which each, individually,
seeks.” “However, The Community
Civic Improvement Club will not en
dorse any candidate or candidates,
who will not meet with the de
mands which their meaning of the
word “competency” carries. For ex
ample: For a candidate to be fully
competent and worthy of this organ
ization’s support, he has to agree that
government under him will be 100%
clean; that government under him
will be administered justly to all
classes of people; that all groups
in Omaha and Nebraska will get
their pro-rata of positions and jobs,
being based upon the competency of
the applicants for the said positions
and jobs in the event that those pros
pective candidates are elected. We
shall take this stand in all future
elections.” “The Communtiy Civic
Improvement Club will fight for e
qual rights to all and special privil
eges to none; we shall fight for this,
NEGRO CLUB ENDORSES CANDI
The South Side Negro Non-Partis
an Club held its regular meeting,
January 24th at 29th and R Sts, with
about 125 present.
The Club endorsed the following
candidates for City Commissioner: F.
J. Mose McKeon, A. A. Westergarde,
John Hopkins and Louis Cinek. Oth
ers will be announced later.
Speakers of the evening were John
Blankenship, Harry Stevenson, Mose
McKeon, Mr. Pinkett, Harry Leland,
and Lenora Gray.
The president appealed to club
members to vote solid for the above
candidates. Ed. Burk, president, W.
J. Brodox, sec., and Lillian Wright,
chairman of publicity.
THE WISE OWL CLUB
The Wise Owl Club met last
Thursday, January 19th at 2633 Deca
tur St. New members are Mrs. Bes
sie Smith and Mrs. Henry. The vis
itors were: Messrs. Bates, Hutton,
Cheatum and Bennett. Prizes for
Progressive Whist was won by Mrs.
Laura Ritchie and Charles Richards.
This club will entertain at 2633 De
catur Thursday night. This is a real
social club which is going over big.
Visitors welcome—watch for next
week’s issue. Alex Eddens, pres.,
Mrs. Ruby Redman, sec'y., Charles
THE APPOMATOX CLUB
The Appomatox Club held their reg
ular meeting at the residence of Rev. ■
and Mrs. Mathis, the pastor and wife
of Bethel AME. Church. The regu.j
lar business was discussed. The
club was very pleased in having four
teen members present; and to one
who has just been a residence in Om
aha for just a few months, the credit
for hospitality must go to Mrs. R. M.
Mathis.. TT^ank you. Mr. Clarence
Davis, pres., Miss Hilda Woods,^sec.
THE PROGRESSIVE CLUB
The Secretary of the Progressive
Club, Mrs. L. B. Williams, was the
charming hostess to an elaborate
breakfast Thursday morning in her
cozy home, 2605 Grant St., for the
fourteen members present. Mrs. Wil
liams was assisted by Mesdames L.
Davis, L. R. Thomas and Gf. Russell.
Mrs. Stella Hayes will be the next
hostess at her home, 2418 Binney St.
Mrs. L. S. Davis, president, Mrs. J,
W. Thomas, reporter.
PRIMROSE SOCIAL CLUB
The Primrose Club was entertain
ed Wednesday evening at the home of
Mrs. Redd, 1806 North 28th St^
The club will give a “Chitterling”
Supper, Saturday, January 28th at
2815 Ohio St.
In progressive whist first prize j
was won by John Anderson, second j
by Sarah Bradley and booby by Lin
The hostess served an appetizing
luncheon to climax the evening.
Frances Redd, pres., Sarah Bradley,
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COLLEGE EDUCATIONAL STUDY
The College Educational Study
Club will meet Sunday afternoon,
January 29th at the home of Rae Lee
Jones, 2122 North 26th St., to com
plete plans for Negro History week
of which Grace Adams is Chairman.
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