The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, April 29, 1933, Page 4, Image 4

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    PAGK 4 _ _ _ Omaha, Nebraska, Saturday, April 29, 1933. _
TO GIVE “A HAPPY HOUR TEA”
A Happy Hour Tea will be given
by two “Sona of Allen” at the home
of Mesdames Cunningham and Lucky
»1§ Ohio St., Sunday, April 30th,
from 3 p. m. to 8 p. m. for the bene,
fit of St. John's Rally. The two “Sons
of Allen” are Messrs. W P. Erwin
and J. C. Carey. Admission 15c.
OFF ICERS COU NCIL GIVE
STYLE REVIEW SHOW
The Thirtenth Annual Style Revue
sponsored by the Officers Council,
lira. Allie Jones and Junior Choir at
Zion Baptist Church. April 21st was
a success. Abut 65 junior boys and
girls were the center of attraction as
well as misses and adults. Some very
pretty frocks were styled.
The committee wishes to thank the
parents for their cooperation in help
ing to make the style revue a suc
cess. and also the adults. Particular.
1y do they wish to thank the Simon
BUEHLER BROS.
MARKETS
"Our Service U Supreme”
; 240* ( amine Si. 212 N. 16th St.
24th A Lake Si. 4>03 S. 24th St.
i 616 W. Bfomdwy. Co. Bluff*
Choice of Beef
Pot Roast, lb_. ._. .&VzC
Pork Roast, Fresh Picnic
Hams 6-8 lbs., lbs. 5c
Spring Lamb Shoulders, ,!
lb. ........ ......7c
Choice Veal Roast, lb. 7c
Small ■rar Lo ns, Half
or whole, lb.6V2C
Hamburgeis, Pork
Sausage, Picnic Hams,
lb. . ..6y2c
Fresh Eggs, dz. .. .lOYzC
Butter, 2-lb. limit, lb. 20c 1
Spareribs, Lard, lb. . . 5l/2
Sugar, 10 lbs.46c
100 lbs. ..$4.58
Carnation Milk, can ..5c t
Back Bacon Sq., lb.. 7l/2c
Tomatoes, Corn, Pork, &
Beans, Tomato Vege
table Soup, can ... .5c
;; Catsup, Salmon, each . 9c
HarrSld Orchestra who rendered such
splendid music and also those who
appeared on the program.
Saturday afternoon, the committee
I entertained about 50 juniors. Mrs.
I Viola Turner, Mrs. Allie Jones, Mrs.
| Ada Woodson.
“Y Notes’ I
SOCIAL WORKERS’ CLUB OF
OMAHA AT NORTHSIDE “Y”
Sixty-five Social Workersh attended
the monthly forum of the Social Wor.
j kers Club of Omaha held at the North
! Side “Y” on Wednesday evening of
• last week. A delicious dinner was
served under the auspices of Mrs. Ad
1 die Seals and Mrs. Eva Sharpe. “Char
acter Building” as a whole was the
.subject presented by Mr. Wright.
Five minute talks were given by Miss
Helen Gauss of the Social Settlement
*
W'ork, by Miss Rachel Taylor on the
work of the YW|CA., by Mrs. Jones
on the Girl Scouts and Miss Dorothy
I.aros on Campfire. Charts showing
the distribution of work done by char
acter building agencies were on dis
play. I
GIRL RESERVE AND BOY SCOUT
BANQUET
A jolly time was enjoyed by more
than thirty-five Girl Reserves and
Boy Scouts at their first joint ban
quet held Friday evening at the
YWCA. Tables were very prettily de
corated by members of the Girls’
Work Committee. Miss Lulu Williams
was Girl Reserve Toast Mistress and
Edward Davis was Toast Master for
the Boy Scouts. Those appearing on
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the program were Misses Grover, Lee
Marshall, Berniece Grice, Mary Hetty
Wiggins and Dorothy Davis. Boy
Scouts were Messrs. Albert Johnson,
Eugene' Chin and Garfield Gamer.
The guests were Mr. T. P. Maham.
mitt, Scout Master and Mrs. Maham.
mitt and Mrs. John Albert Williams,
Chairman, Committee of Management
of North Side “Y”.
WALKING CLUB TO BE ORGAN
IZED
All persons interested in joining a
Walking Club meet at eight o’clock
Wednesday morning, May 3rd at the
North Side “Y”. Bring kodaks and
lunch if desired. A short talk on ko
Men and women, boys and girls are
daking” wil precede the first walk,
invited to join.
The funeral of Lawrence Ranson,
age 12, son of'Mrs. Cassie Selby, who
passed away Friday, April 21st, at
the home, 2131% North 27th St., was
held Tuesday, April 25th at 8:30 a.
m. from the Myers Funeral Home and
at 9 a. m. from St. Benedict’s. The
Church services was conducted by
Father Daley. Interment was at Holy
Sepulchre.
Lawrence leaves a mother, two sis
ters, two brothers and a step-father,
Raymond Selby, grandmother, aunt,
three uncles and a host of (friends.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take this opportunity
to thank our many friends and ac
quaintances for the many kind serv
ices and sympathies rendered us dur
ing the recent illness and death of
our wife and mother. Mrs. Eunice E.
Smith.
Signed, ,
Joseph S. Smith, husband,
Elaine Smith, Daughter.
ClubS
EUREKA TWENTY CLUB
Mr. and Mrs. J. Phillips were host
and hostess to the Eureka Twenty
Club, Saturday evening, April 23rd,
at their home, 3036 Emmett St.
The meeting was opened by a read
ing, “Hope for the Future” by Mr. J.
Davis. After a brief discussion of
business, the meeting was closed with
a duett “Two Tickets to Georgia” sang
by Mrs. W. Penn and Mrs. J. Phillips
accompanied by Mr. Penn and his
uke.
Bridge was featured after which
luncheon was served by the host and
hostess.
The first prizes were awarded to
Mrs. W)m. Roberts and Mr. S. Phil
lips. Mrs. W. Penn and Mr. Lester,
booby. It seems as though Mr. S.
Phillips is going to be champion prize
winner before long.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Roberts, Miss
M. Hopson, Mrs. C. Andrews, Mr.
and Mrs. Tuttle, Mrs. P. Adkins and
Mrs, H. Hopson were guests for the
evening. Mr. P. Adkins, Pres. Mrs.
J. Phillips, reporter.
THE SUNFLOWER SOCIAL CLUB
The Sunflower Socail Club was en
tertained Thursday at the home of
Misses Viola and Beola Zoes, 1412
North 26th St. The meeting was call
ed to order by the presidet at 1:30
p. m. Opening selection by Miss Lov.
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etta Brown, “Underneath the Harlem
Moon”. Reading by Miss Beola Zoes,
“The Urimrose Way”. The meeting
was closed after a brief business dis
cussion. We are sorry to say that we
had to postpone our tacky party for
various reasons.
Visitors were introduced, namely:
Mrs. Rosee Lee Hugh, Misses Fannie
Brown, Annie New and Mrs. Ethel
Brown. Miss Sew arrived late but af
ter the hostesses had served luncheon
she presented us with some excellent
jazz music. Dancing was then featur
ed. ^
Cards were played until 4:30. Mrs.
Rosee Lee Hugh was awarded first
prize and Mrs. Ethel Brown,' the
booby. Beola Zoes, reporter.
THE LADIES SOCIAL CLUB
The Ladies Social Club met Thurs
day at the home of Mrs. Alien Grey.
2716 Corby St. Mrs. Martha Burton,
as hostess. A fter a short business
meeting the club was served a very
nice luncheon. The rest of the even
ing was spent in playing bridge. Mrs.
Josephine Davis won first prize and
* Mrs. Eva Phillips, booby. Visitors
were. Mesdames C. Haywood, Emma
Bennett and Grey. Mrs. Eva Phillips
Pres., Mrs. Josephine Davisf-rep.
THE UNITED HAIRDRESSER’S
CLUB
The United Hairdresser’s Club met
Friday. April 21st at the residence of
the President, Madame Eula Britt.
Plans were discussed for sending a
delegate to the Chicago Exposition.
After the business meeting refresh
ments were served.
The next meeting will be with Mrs.
Rosa Buckner.
OPTOMISTIC CLUB
The Optomistic Cub of the YWCA,
met April 24th. Four members were
taken in. The names are as follows:
Ora Lee Britt, Melba Robbins, Anna
Bell Thomas and Elizabeth Paris.
A tour to the Nebraska Power
Company is planned for May 6th.
Everyone over the age of 12 is in
vited to attend.
Eva Mae Stewart was appointed
to be on the vocational committee,
after which the meeting adjourned.
Vonceil Anderson, reporter.
THE PRIMROSE CLUB
Wednesday, April 19th, the Prim,
rose Club met at the home- of Mrs.
Frances Redd, 1806 North 28th St.
In the discourse of business, a slight
change was made in awarding priz
es. The result was to eliminate the
third prize and award two first priz
es suitable for both sex. Also the
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JUST WE SOCIAL AND ART CLUB
The Just We Social and Art Club
held their regular monthly meeting at
the home of Mrs. Susie Trent Lillard
Thursday, April 19th.
The hostess served a delicious lun
cheon. The tables, throughout the din
ing and living rooms were decorated
in pink roses. Afterwards, the presi
dent, Mrs. Artison, called the meeting
to order. The Committee on the Eas
ter Tea made their report which was
so wonderful that the club voted to
donate -to Father Flanigan’s Boys
Home. $JTB0; $2.00 to the Bee-News
Milk Fund; and $1.50 to a needy fam
ily to pay their insurance.
The club wishes to thank their
many friends for helping make the
Tea a sucess.
The club adjourned to meet the
third Thursday in May.
Mrs. Ida Artison, Pres., Dora Alex,
ander, reporter.
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Candidate for City Commissioner
Frank Frost, one of the six candidiates of the In
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of the highest votes ever made by a city commiss
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Frost was the third highest man on the ticket in
the primary election April 4th polling 24,769 votes.
Frost is President of the Frost Battery Co. and
has served the community for more than 15 years.
He believes honesty in public office is absolutely
essential to good government. Mr. Frost emphazises
immediate tax reductions and recreational activities
He also believes that public and private business in
terests should receive a fair and square deal but
that special privilege should not be permitted to
anyone. He maintains that every race should be
given their representation in the departments of this
city and by electing Frank Frost on May 2nd, he
will see that “equal rights are granted to all and
special privilege to none.”
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