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PAGE 4 Omaha, Nebraska, Saturday, April 15, 1933. __
Mrs. Eura Lee Jackson of Los
Angeles. Calif., motored to Omaha
last Friday from Kansas City, Mo.,
to spend the week end visiting at the
home at her uncle, Mr. Adam Lee,
also her counsins, Fred and Howard
McDaniels. She was accompanied
here by her mother, Mrs. George Mc
Daniels and husband, her grandmo.
ther. Mrs. Nettie Lee, Her sister, Eva
who is a student odT Lincoln High.
All of Kansas City, Mo.
Mrs. Pearl Houston at 2716 Frank
lin St., is leaving the city Saturday
for DeaMoines. Iowa, where she will
visit relatives and friends for a week
A Bigger and Better Baby Contest
will be sponsored by St. Philips E
piscopal Church, Monday, April 24th,
8 p. m. This Contest will be one of
the most e.nique ever sponsored in
this city in that twelve men at the
congregation are impersonating the
“Babies” The following organisations
are sponsoring bigger and better ba
bies in the contest Woman's Auxil
iary and Dorcas Society. W, G. Hay.
nes and B. B. Cowan. Altar Guild, W.
L. Myers. Men's Club. J. D. Crawford
Choir Guild. Saybert Hangar. Young
People#* Fellowship, Gerald Phillips,
Chas. Dickerson. Jr. and Warren
Pmberton. O*oir. Z. E. McGee, Om
aha Urtyin league, “Ukelele Joe”
Thomas, Mid-City Community Cen
ter, Jeas Hutten, Orphan, Henry
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announced at a special entertainment
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Church on April 24th. Misses Elaine
Smith and Madeline Shipman are ar
ranging the program for this occas
ion. The Public is Cordially invited.
Rov, Burckhardt was guest of
Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon, 2630 Maple
Street, for dinner, Sunday.
VISITING IN OMAHA
Mrs. Urba Stevens of Lincoln is
spending two weeks with her parents
and sister. She was a welcome visit
or at her home Church, Christ Temple
MRS. ARDINA WATSON RESIGNS
FROM THE CARTER CHARITY
.AND BENEVOLENT CLUB
Mrs. Ardina Watson, who eleven
years ago, organized the Carter Char
ity and Benevolent Club, severed her
connections with the organization on
April 6th. Mrs. Watson has been act
ing president since the club was
It is with a feeling of sadness that
Mrs. Watson resigns for she loves
the work and the ideals for which the
club stands. Now that the club has
become self functioning and self-sus
taining, Mrs. Watson feels that she
can better devote her efforts in other
fields of service and it is with this
thought in mind that she has resign
ed from the organization to which she
has given eleven years of love and
A MUSICAL TRIUMPH
Mrs. Rosa Brown Buckner of Mt.
Moriah Baptist Church made her
first appearance^ in Song Recital at
the church last week, before a very
appreciative audience. Mrs. Buckner
possesses a very beautiful soprano
voice, and demonstrated great ability
in expression, and technique, in the
rendition of each number. The aud
ience was charmed with the beauty
and ease with wh'ich she sang. Her
poise, and her beautiful gown of
white crepe added much to her suc
cess. Mrs. Buckner received her early
Musical training in Palestine, Texas,
where she was born. Her teacher was
Madame Ella Rice Pratt of Dallas,
Texas. Mrs. Buckner studied Voice
Culture at the Concervatory of Music
of Omaha University (for 2 years. She
is also a graduate of the California
School of Cosmotology.
Mrs. Buckner was very ably assist
ed by Thomas H. Jones, violinist, son
of Rev. and Mrs. F. P. Jones, pastor
of Mt. Moriah Church. Mrs. Viola
Wright one of the leading Music
teachers of the city, and organist of
the church, was the accompanist.
William Gray, 2872 Maple St., hus
band of Mrs. Ludie Gray, died Thurp.
day, April 6th at Leavenworth, Kan
He was a member of the 806 Pio
neer Infantry. The funeral was held
at Cleave Temple CME. Church,
Monday, April 10th, Members of the
American Legion, Roosevelt Post,
No. 30, were in charge.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank the American Le
gion and my many friends ?or their
kindness and the beautiful floral of.
ferings during the death of my be
Signed Mrs. Ludie Gray, 2872
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take this opportunity
of thanking our many friends for
their words of consolation, flowers
and donation of cars and many acts of
Mrs. Ludie Gray and Son,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gray and
ADD TWO MORE NAMES FOR
The Oratorical Contest is taking
ferm. Two more names were added to
the list of entries, they being, Mr. J.
C. Harris of South Omaha and Rev.
Hughes of the Omaha University.
There is one place on the list of en
trees yet to be filled, this name will
be forthcoming at the next regulsr
meeting of the “Sons of Allen” Wed
A straight 10 percent commission
will be paid on all tickets sold for
this affair. Mr. John T. Fields will
be in charge of the sale of tickets.
GRADE SCHOOL BANQUET
One of the most attractive features
of the Grade School Girl Reserves for
the spring will be the Grade School
Banquet, Friday evening, April 21st,
at 6:00 p. m. at the North Side “Y”.
Plans have been made for a very
pretty affair by the Members of the
Blue Triangle Club and Boy Scout
Troop No. 79. The Banquet is twen
ty-five cents and is open to any Grade
School girl or boy. Tickets may be se
cured at YWJCA. There will be Girl
Reserve Toast Mistress and a Bey
Scout Toast Master. Music will be
furnished by the Boy Scout Quartet
from Troop No. 79 and by members
of the Blue Triangle Girl Reserve
Club. Miss Lulu Williams is the presi
dent of the Blue Triangle and Ed
ward Biddieux is the President of Boy
Scouts planning the banquet with the
HIKING DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN
The Girl Reserve Club of Council
Bluffs, sponsored by Miss Louise
Scott, will hike to Rainbow Park on
Friday and the Blue Triangle and
Up To Date clubs sponsored by Miss
es Madeline Shipman and Asilee Dot
son, respectively, will hike to Hum
mel Park and prepare breakfast and
INDUSTRIAL GIRLS CLUB IN
Under the leadership of Miss Al
bertine Johnson, Industrial Depart
ment, North Side YWGA. on Thurs
day, MarcK 16£h, an Industrial Girls
Club was organized in Council Bluffs.
The group Includes employed girls
married and single, and meets week
ly in Council Bluffs. The club is to
be known as the “Argonauts" and its
members are: Jeanne Spinks, Presi
dent; Alberta Burk, Vice President;
Opal Harris, Secretary, Audria Haw
kins, Assistant Secretary; Eva Thom
as, Treasurer; and Lula Mae Hall,
Reporter; Christine Crenshaus, Qor.
inthia Harvey, Novella Harvey, Tul
sye Henderson, Hazel Phoenix and
In observance of National Health
Week, the Trojan Club held an inter
esting and educational health pro
gram for their Tuesday meeting. The
Quack Club had as th^ir speaker
-who talked on “The Proper Diet”
Questions and discussion on diet fol
lowed her talk.
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Basketban League Reception
Over one hundred sixty young peo
ple and friends journeyed to South 0
maha Sunday for the Reception given
by Woodson Center Staff, honoring
the six teams of the Basketball
League sponsored by the YMCA. A
short program included yells, songs,
talks by each t«am manager, and an
address by Mr. James Jewell on “The
Part Athletics Plays in Young Peo
ple’s Lives." The principle speaker,
Mr. J. T. Maxwell, general secretary
of YMCA. gave an excellent inter
pretation of “Sportmanship.” A social
hour wit^ refreshments followed the
program. The members of the Tuxedo
team was presented the medals which
they won in the C Class of the rec
ent YMCA. Basketball Tournament,
by their manakrer Mr. James Jewell.
The Wloodson Center Team, 1933 win
ners of the League, were presented
championship honors by Mr. J. H.
Kerns, Executive Secretary of the Ur
ban League. Teams of the League
honored were: JJacchanites, Cultural
Center, Harlem 400, Community fl,
Clubs of Woodson Center are join
ing in with the Northside YWCA, and
Urban League in sponsoring Negro
Health Week. Health talks and dis
cussions will be held in various clubs
and tne children under Vi will give a
Health and Cleanup Parade, Wednes
day afternoon, April 12th.
Woodson Center had two teams in
two leagues this season. Our Senior
boys’ team wdn the championship
honors in the league which closed
March 11th, and which was sponsored
by the Omaha YMCA. Our secend
team, the “Harlem 400” won third
place in this league. Both teams en
tered the other league of the YMCA.
but lost their first games.
A delightful dinner was given by
the boys at the Center honoring both
teams, Saturday March 18th. Our
Head Worker. Miss Gauss, and staff
members of Woodson Center were
honored guests. Boys of both teams
furnished the program, which con
sisted of yells, songs, and short talks
by the managers of the two teams.
Both managers agreed that it was the
fine cooperation and hard work of the
teams as a whole that won for the
Senior team the much coveted cham
Our girls’ Basketball team played
several games with the girls of the
Northside YWCA. Some of the gam
es were played in the Settlement gym
and the others were played in the
YW^CA. gym. Mrs. Thelma Hancock
is the coach for the team.
Boys and girls of the music class
es enjoyed two symphony concerts
recently, and Mrs. Alice Wilson, Di
rector of our music school was the
chaperon of the group.
Our girl’s trio appeared on the O
maha Woman’s Club program over
the station WOW. Our Head Work
er Miss Gauss gave a splendid talk
on the Settlement. Those who heard
the program, phoned words of appre
ciation, The trio has been somewhat
in demand at several churches on both
sides of town during the winter.
Improvement club meets weekly at
the Center. Members of the club have
taken interest in the City wide move
ment for gardens sponsored by the
Council of Social agencies. Vacant
plots have been secured for gardens
and the Club is seeking more plots,
in order that more people may be
served with gardens than ever*before.
A canning class contest will be a part
of their program for the summer. A
wards will be offered for the largest
number of canned vegetables and
fruits, for the greatest variety and
the best looking canned products.
THE SUNFLOWER SOCIAL CLUB
The Sunflower Social Club met at
2433 Parker St., Thursday. Mrs. D.
Adams, hostess. The meeting was op
ened with a piano solo by Miss Viola
Zoes and a reading by Miss Louetta
Brown. “My Isle of Dreams”.
After the business discussion vis
itors were introduced, namely, Miss
es Hughes, Mildred Downs, Constance
Mullings, The Misses Hughes and
Downs became members.
The hostess served a delicious lun
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cheon after which cards were played
Mrs. W. Penn was awarded first
prize and Miss Hughes, the booby.
The club is giving a tacky party
April 20th at the residence of Mrs.
Penn, 3111 Pinkney St. Tickets at
10c and refreshments free. Everyone
is cordially invited. A prize will be
given to the tackiest. Beola Zoes, re.
THE JOLI COUR CLUB
The Joli Cour Club met at the home
of Miss Lucille Britton. All the girls
agreed that it would-be best for the
club to be federated.
A delicious luncheon was served by
the hostess after which the club ad
journed to meet at the home of the
president, Mrs. L. Young.
The club has planned a great sur
prise for the public in the near fu
ture. The secret will be revealed soon.
THE LADIES SOCIAL CLUB
The Ladies Social Club met at the
home of Mrs. Sarah Bogan, 2310 N.
22nd St., in connection with a birth
day party given in honor of Mrs.
Bogan, hostess. Whist was played.
Mrs. Cora Haywood won first prize
and Mrs. Lula Moore, booby.
Many lovely presents were receiv
ed from the club and friends. Among
them a baked sweet potato was given
by Mrs. Josephine Davis which was a
great surprise to all.
Visitors present were: Mr. and Mrs
Omaha Poultry Market
1114 N. 24th St.
Fancy Young Roasting
YOUNG HENS, 13c
OLD ROOSTERS, 8c
Country Eggs, 10c
PHONE WE. 1100
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.A woman asked to
Have their telephone
taken out—as her hus
band was out of work.
Next day she called
and said: “Last night
our phone brought my
husband a steady job.
Now we realize how
necessary the phone is
and we are going to
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only a few cents a day.
Brown, Mrs. Cora Haywood, Mr.
John Davis, Mr. Arthur Rohn and Mr.
The Ladies Social Club held their
last meeting at the home of Mrs.
Cora Haywood, 2708 Erekine. Busi.
ness was short. A lovely three
course luncheon was served which ev
A lovely program was given by
th club thy also had to dance and
walk around so they could set down
and play cards, then they were seat
ed to play cards. Mrs. Lula Moore
won first prize and Mrs. Dorothy
Visitors were: Mesdamse Mary Wil
iams, Carrie Green, Alene Gray, Dor
othy Fry, Larmay Oyster and Ander
son. Mrs. Eva Phellps, pres., Mrs. M.
TO GIVE BENEFIT TEA
A benefit tea is being arranged
under the auspices of the Just We
Club for Sunday afternoon, April
16th at the residence o£-Mrs. James
Kirby, 2203 Grant Et. Mrs. E. J. Todd
is general chairman and Mrs. Ida
Artiso is president. Mrs. Dora Alex
THE OPTIMISTIC CLUB
The Optomistic Club of the YWCA,
met Monday, April 10th. Pictures
were taken by the Sponsor. Miss Inez
Battles. An interesting talk by Miss
Taylor was enjoyed by all.
Inez Couslen, Louise Carpenter,
Margaret Beck and Ethel Terrel were
appointed to be on the ways and
means committee. A discussion was
held on the coming meeting after
which the club adjourned by saying
the Girl Reserve Code. Vonceil An
THE EUREKA TWENTY CLUB
The members of the Eureka Twen
ty Club met Saturday evening, April
1st at the home of Mr. S. Davis, 2118
North 29th Street.
The meeting was opened with a solo
by the president, Mr. P. Adkins. Af
ter a brief business, the meeting was
closed by a reading by Mrs. J. Phil
The rest of the evening was spent
in bridge. The following prizes be
ing awarded Mrs. R. Snowden and
Mr. J. Phillips, first. Mrs. P. Ad
kins and W. Lester, booby.
The visitors were: Mr. and Mrs.
Snowden, Mrs. Wm. Bogans and Mr.
AH$n. A lovely repast was served by
the host. Mr. P. Adkins, pres., Mrs.
J. Phillips, reporter.
THE HAPPY HOUR BRIDGE CLUB
The Happy Hour Bridge Club was
entertained by Mr. T. Pumphrey
Thursday, April 6th at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dorsey, 2843
Mr, Pumphrey, the vice-president
of the Club, opened the meeting. The
president beirt? absent. Mrs. S. Smith
and Mr. S. Phillips were awarded
P’ ”**'s for the highest bridge score
of the evening.
A wonderful luncheon was served
by the assisting hostess, Mrs. Dorsey
Suddenly there was a flash in the
room. What was it? Just Mr. Pum
phrey taking pictures of the group
and they were good too. The house
guest was Mrs. M. Bailey. H. H. B.
THE PRIMROSE CLUB
Wednesday evening, April 5th at
the home of Mrs. Bradley, 2863 Cor
by St., the Rrimroee Club convened
for its re-organization meeting. No
prizes were given as this was elect
The officers were elected as fol
lows: Frances Redd, president; Sher
man Cooper, vice president; George
Watkins, secretary; John Anderson,
treasurer; Elizabeth Johnson, Ass’t
Secretary; Thelmar Redd, Sergeant
of Arms; Sarah Bradley, Reporter.
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