The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, August 12, 1933, Page 6, Image 6

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Page 6 _Omaha, Nebraska, Saturday, August 12,1933_
Mr- James Glover, 2417 Caldwell
Stre v.ho lelt July 3 to visit her
sister in Chicago, has returned to her
hom» after a wonderful trip. While
in Chicago, she visited the World’s
.VIr- Jack Oglesby is visiting her
husia and fiiends in Chicago and
is <?n. eying the wonders of the
W Fair She expects to return
to Omaha about the last of August.
J • ! Ogifsby, musician, who has
beer living in the windy city for the
-urru. < months, and has been ar_
ranging for the best musical units,
inclu rsr Ben Pollack, expects to re_
main th« e indefinitely Greetings
froir Jack to all his old friends, and
he h. to see them all at a “Cen_
tury of Progre i ” Mr and Mrs
Ogle*!;.- an* stopping at 4923 South
Parkway Apt 2 in Chicago
.V Beulah Speese left Friday for
a vi.--,t with relatives and friends in
Quincy. Illinois
Mr and Mrs Miles Speese and
Mr \ hit* Stewart, father of Mrs
Sp e < left Sunday morning for a
visit a: Dunning, Nebraska with the
sister of Mrs Speese.
Sir. .. i Mrs. Arthur Flanagan of
2817 Brin. \ St,, entertained Tuesday
evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. D.
Washington of Washington, D. C.
Covers were laid Ur eight.
Mr Sam Wead, 2434 Grant St.,
gave a surprise party in honor of her
aun:. Mr.-. James Crum, who left for
Florida Thursday evening to visit
relatives and friends.
Mr- Cram received many useful
gifts The color scheme was pink
and green. Fried chicken was serv_
ed. Everyone enjoyed themselves.
M r- Mary Jones and Mrs. Ann ye
Brayboy. 2601 Grant Street gave a
watermelon party in honor of Mrs.
Jame- Crum, who left for Florida
Thursday evening. Among the guest
present was Bishop J. P. F. Stuckey,
Mrs. James Crum, 2607 Decatur St.
left to visit friends and relatives in
Florida, where she will remain the
rest of the summer. Before she re_
turns she will visit her husbands’
sister in Buffalo, New \Jt,rk, She
will also visit the World'B Fair and
friends in Chicago. We all wish her
a pleasant trip.
The Misses Katherine and Johnnie
Fay Peters have returned to their
home in Texarkana, Texas after
spending an enjoyable five weeks with
their aunt. Mrs. John Archie, 506 So.
21st Avenue.
These two attractive young ladies
had such a delightful time while here
in Omaha that they expressed the de_
•ire to return in the near future for
a longer visit.
Mrs Pauline Hayden, proprietor of
The Hayden Cash Market, 27th and
Franklin and her father Mr John
Blackburn left Friday for Clarksville,
Ark ansa- They will motor to Little
Rock and other points in Arkansas.
On their return they will bring Mrs.
Lena Blackburn back with them.
Mrs Blackburn is the mother of Mrs.
Mrs Hayden and Mr Hayden
purchased the grocery store at 27th
and Franklin Streets a few years ago,
and we are happy to say that they
are one of the very successful young
business’ couples in our city They
have a complete line of fresh fruits,
groceries, and meats at all times.
Mrs Hayden and Mr Blackburn
will be gone about eight or ten days
Mrs E.-tella Hayes, 2863 Miami
spent the week_end with her father,
who lives in Brunswick, Mo
A luncheon was given by Mrs
Mattie Payton 'in honor of Mrs
Moore, of Kansas City, Mo Guest
were: Mrs E Patton, Mrs Edith
Cartwright, Mrs Josie Irvin, Mrs
Louise Foster, Mrs Eva Phillips,
Mrs O Budsong, and Mrs Jose,
phine Davis.
Miss Dorothy Patterson, of Los
Angeles State College, came here
from Los Angeles, California to visit
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her aunt, Mrs Pete Lindley, 2526
Wirt Street.
Miss Patterson will spend some,
time in .Chicago and Detroit before
returning to school.
The Square Deal Stores held their
meeting Tuesday evening in the new
restaurant owned by Mr Adams and
Mr Avant at 24th and Patrick A
alesman from Procter and Gamble
Soap Company made a short talk,
trssing the fact that prices are go.
in ' up, and that the time for buying
is row while things are not quite so
high He urged them to buy another
car of soap
Mrs Bell made a short talk and
gave some helpful hints to the mem.
b r stores, one of which was to
stamp “Square Deal Stores” on all
rders to whole sale houses. “To do
:his will mean helping ourselves to!
g t more advertising,” she said.
Swift and Company are offering
'be Square Deal Stores free electrals
'his week They will stage a contest,
i.nd free samples of soap will be giv.
en The Square Deal Stores are giv.
ing away FREE a bushel basket of
groceries each week stanling this
• c-k at Adams Grocery, 1313 North
26th Street. Saturday, August 12, at
6 o'clock n m the person holding the
lucky number will receive a basket of
The Central States Golf Association
elects officers Sunday, August 6, for
1934 The election is as follows:
Charles P Howard, Des Moines, la.,
president; Dan Rife, Kansas City,
first vice.president; Jess C Hutten,
C naha, second vice president; J. D.
Crawford, Omaha, secretary; Lon M.
Tillman, Kansas City, treasurer
Board of Directors are: Thomas Wil_
liams, Kansas; Arthur B McCaw,
Omaha; Sam Shephard, St Louis,
Mo ; Ray Todd, Des Moines, Iowa;
Ptndelton Murray, Omaha
Mr Billy Young celebrated his
26th birthday at the Elk’s Cabaret
Saturday, August 5, 1933. He had a
large birthday cake The cake sand,
wiches and punch were served. Miss
LaVerne Wesley acted as hostess
The guests included: Mesdames Hor.
tense Jones, Daisy Gaiter, Mildred
Faxhall, Anna Woods, Mary Johnson,
Geraldine Lewis, and some few oth.
ers; the Messrs Brown, La Rue
Gater, Joe Allen, Jean Lewis, Fred
Johnson, and Tommy Lewis
Mrs Corrine McDaniels returned
from a visit to the World’s Fair in
Chicago While there she stopped
with Mrs S J Killes She says
the Fair is a wonderful scene to ob_
Miss Jean Washington of Chicago,
and formerly of Omaha is visiting
her grandmother, Mrs Minnie
Brown, and friends Mr and Mrs
Wilson, 2301 North 22nd Street
Mrs Ishmael Phanes, of St Louis,
Mo , is in the city visiting her sister,
Mrs Earl Wheeler, at 3011 North 30
Street Mrs Phanes is accompanied
by her little aughter, Joan three and
a half years of age They will pro.
bably be here about three weeks or
Mr Columbus Caldwell, formerly
of Omaha, now residing in Iowa, was
a visitor in the city for a few hours.
He was a caller at Mrs Kellog
Smith’s home 2213 North 25th Street.
Mrs Fluma Cooper arrived in
Omaha Tuesday from Kansas City
where she attended the funeral of
her father, and left at 11:30 p m of
th same day for Monrova, California. I
She now resides there at 312 East
Walnut Street.
Mr and Mrs. Alston, of New York
City, left Omaha last Saturday night
at 8 p m , for Chicago, where they
will spend three or four days enroute
to their home. Mrs Alston will be
remembered as Miss Geneva Mabry,
sister of the late Mrs Dan Desdunes.
She is now married to Mr Alston,
who is in Postal service in New York
City. They were here for about a
Week I
The condition of Alfred Jones is
reported as being good
The Nay Brothers spent a couple of
days in Iowa last week filling en_
There will be a complete change of
program at the Elk’s Cabaret for the
; coming week. There will be plenty of
i high class singing, dancing, and en_
tertainment that will furnish amuse,
ment for all Topsy will be featured
in some of her newest, and most pop.
| ular roles
The Elite Club will hold its Annual
Ball Thursday night August 10 at the
T lk’s Cabaret. Music and entertain,
ment will be furnished by Nay’s
Topsy Roost Revue A large crowd is
expected, so make reservations early.
Mrs Esther Hicks, 2405 Charles
Street, entertained Rev R W
Johnson, pastor of the Metropolitan
i Church, at a six o'clock dinner
Covers were laid for six The guest
; were Mrs Georgia Peoples, Mr. Wil.
Hams Kiles, and Mr R L Noalls, i
from Kansas City
Mr D Muldrew, ex_soldier and I
husband of Mrs Ethel Muldrew,
passed away at the Veteran’s Hospital
in Lincoln Tuesday Funeral services
were held at the Mt. Olive Baptist
Eh- B B Martin and Mr Horace
Burkett, of Memphis, Tenn , are
visiting with Professor Hemingway,
who is a teacher at Fisk University. I
Dr Martin is one of the leading den_ 1
tist of Memphis Mr. Burkett and his
mother operate one of the largest
beauty colleges in Memphis. Dr.
Martin has a hobby of baseball, and
is manager of the Memphis Red Sox.
They will be in Omaha about a week
er ten days.
Mr and Mrs Leslie Shipman,- and
daughter, Madline, and Mis®
Melva McCaw, left Monday morning
on a motor trip to Chicago to attend
the Century of Progress.
Mrs H Greenfield is steadily im_ 1
proving in the Methodist Hospital
after an operation. Her condition is
reported good
. i
Mrs Tommy McCowan is recover,
ing satisfactorily from an operation
a few weeks ago at Lord Lister Hos.
pital She was released from the
hospital last Monday, and is now at
her home.
Miss Nora Louder of Cody, Wyo.,
has been in the city for the past three
weeks. Miss Louder, underwent an
operation at Lord Lister Hospital,
while here. She is the house guest of
her mother and sister at 2902,
Decatur Street
Mrs. Ella Hamilton, 1211, Strat.
ford Road, Kansas City, Mo., paid a
flying visit to Omaha, to see her sis.
ter, Mrs Mary Fraser, who is ill at
a local hospital
Mrs Anna Mitchell, 2609 Seward
Street is convalesencing at home
having undergone an operation at the
St Joseph Hospital recently
Mrs Penn, 2502% Maple Street,
has gone to Kansas City, for a few
weeks visit.
Mr Harry Leland made a business
trip to Lincoln. Nebraska, Tuesday.
Mrs Mary Williams, 2508 Lake
Street, Pastor of the David Temple
Spiritual Church, Omaha, has return,
ed to the City having spent the week
end in Kansas City, Mo.
Mother Esther Dixon 26th and
Maple Street, has returned home, af_
ter holding a series of meetings in
Lincoln, Nbraska.
Mrs Jessie Leland was hostess to j
a small group of ladies Friday, even.
“Old Folk Home Picnic”.
The members of the Colored Old
Folks Home were hostesses to 45
persons at a Breakfast, August 2nd
at Elmwood Park After breakfast of
fried chicken and everything that
goes withx it, the ladies held there
regular monthly meeting. “In helping
others, we help ourselves.”
Mrs Florence Johnson, pres
Mrs Marie Stuart, secretary
Mr E R Loftis, state president
of the Needy Benefit Lodge has been
successful in adding 30 new members
to the lodge in July, Rev Goldsmith,
pastor of Calvary Baptist Church,
Red Oak, Iowa, will be in charge of
organizing new lodges in Iowa.
Mr. John Walls 2524 Lake Street
is convalesencing, having been quite
ill for the past few weeks.
Mrs. Gertrude Shackleford, Mrs.
Vera Graham and Mrs Francis Hol_
1 o-way, are taking an active part at
the food show this week.
Professor J D Jones, who is
principal’of one of the Grade Schools
in Oklahoma City, Okla., is in the
city for a few days enroute to Chi_
cago to visit The World’s Fair. Pro.
fessor Jones is the brother of Dr
Wesley Jones, of this city. Professor
Jones has been in Omaha for several
consecutive summers doing extension
work at Omaha University He is j
very well known among the students
and faculty at Omaha Universtv
Mrs Edith Reese, who has been
visiting in Cheyenne, returned last
Mary Ellen Britt gave a beautiful
birthday party at her home. The
house was decorated with ferns and
gay colors, which gave it a beautiful
oriental effect. The table was dec.
orated with a beautiful birthday cake
which was made by her mother. The
color scheme was pink which was car_
rid out very effectively. The delight
ful repast was enjoyed by all. The
guest were dressed in usual party at_
tire, the girls wore gay pastel shad,
es and frills, and the boys wore
white trousers with dark coats.
The charming young hostess wore
pink taffeta with blue accessories
which gave a french effect. The fol.
lowing guest were present. James
Hall, Leonard Turner, Clara Ander_
son, Adelaide Nelson, Charlotte Hicks
Elma Wesby, Olive Willis, Herbert
Clark, Jr., Mary Wiggins, Elizabeth
Julia Black, Dorothy Scott, Madree
Jackson, Nadine Simmons, Edna
Blair, Frank A. Jackson, Mabel Ping,
Edward Biddieux, Chrisman Corinth
Clark, Edwin Riggs, Frank Jackson,
Naomi Black, Homer Jackson, Ruth,
gayle Griffin, Cunningham Wilson,
and George A. Love Jr.
Postal Alliance
EMPLOYES held it’s regular month,
ly meeting, on August 4 at the Urban
League Hall 24th and Erskine Street
M A Austin, president called the
meeting to order and the regular or.
der of business followed. Comrade
Ollie Lewis the secretary was elected
a delegate to the National Conven.
tion, to be held in Toledo, Ohio, Aug.
ust 15 to 18
An interesting discussion on the
line up of candidates for the nation,
al officers was well debated in good
order After careful consideration on
the points of the present Administra.
tion, a majority of those present
agreed on re.election of some of the
present officers.
The entertainment committee ar_
ranged successful plans for the best
picnic in the history of our local, to
be held at Elmwood Park
On August 7, after motoring to the
park we unloaded some of the best
prepared picnic lunches Before long
the picnic table was soon surrounded
with a fine looking crowd already for
good time. Rev. J S Williams ask.
ed the blessing, and how we did jus.
tice to the fried chicken and all the
extras An ocean of credit to Mes.
dames Wheeler, Waldron. Dacus,
Wilkes, Lewis, Austin and Faucett
for the good things to eat.
Next on the program was a snappy
and delightful ball game with the
graceful young ladies Mesdames
Matthews, Dacus and Miss Rachel
Taylor were the star players for the
ladies, we called the game a tie. All
the ladies were good players, so we
hope to meet you for next year’s
Dr Hawkins our friend and co_
worker lead with the first after din.
ner speech Rev Alfred Clay follow,
ed with a few encouraging remarks.
Some of our distinguished guest of
honor, who made appreciative short
remarks were Mrs DePriest of Pas.
adena, California, Mrs Adeline
Thames of St Louis, Mo Miss
Marie Waldro of St. Joe Mo., and
Miss Minnie Ray of Des Moines, la
Some of the Omaha invited guest
were Mrs L DavisA Mrs. Kitty Aus.
tin Mrs Pearl Reese Mrs A L
Hawkins, Mrs J. S Williams, Mrs.
Alfred Clay, Mrs Arnold Black and
two daughters and Mr. Haywood
The committee on arrangements
were M A Austin, L B Wilkes,
H W Black, J W Dacus, Ollie
Lewis and E Waldron, hope to see
the same visitors and many more
present at our next annual pcinic.
John F Faucett, reporter.
(For The Literary Service Bureau)
Husband Smokes Pipe—Wife Is Ex_
asperated— Hubby is Unjust—Sad
Case But Nothing Can Be Done but
reason—Let All Smoking Husbands
--Consider ... ..._
(For advice, write Maxie Miller, care
of Literary Service Bureau, 516 M1n_
nesota Avenue. Kansas City, Kansas
For personal reply send self.address
ed stamped enevelope.)
My husband has takn to smoking a
pipe. I didn’t mind cigarettes and I
could make out with cigars, but a
pipe is my cup. My husband scents
up the whole house with his old pipe.
He smokes it in the bathroom and the
scent remains there, all the day.
When he comes near me I'm inclind
to push him away, and it’s so hard
for me to kiss him with this tobacco
on his breath. He gets cross when
I pull away from him, and he makes
threats if I push him ^way. What
shall I do? Catherine.
Catherine: You have my sympathy
for I too hate a pipe. Once I admir
ed a man who smoked a pipe and yet
I refused to associate with him on
that account. My advice would be to
sit down and quietly but frankly tell
your husband how you feel and urge
him to give up the pipe.. If he loves
you, he will not persist in annoying
you. That’s about all you can do, in
this case. —MAXIE MILLER.
Young Folks*
Town Talk...
We see there is a “New Girl” in
town Some say she is visiting here
from K C We welcome you to our
fair city, and would like to know you
better with the permission of Miss
Madeline Brown. Madeline you must
not be so selfish with your guest.
You know the one thing that can
break a boy around this town is
“frosting”. Some girls stand for it
and some girls don’t. Not even from
boys that have had a year or two at
some too hot “U” Just a word to the
* * *
The Cole Sisters went to a Cabaret
the other night and took Mrs. Cole
with them An enjoyable time was
reported by all present. We don’t
know whether to say “look out Cole
Sisters” or well, whats the use.
* * *
What we want to know is, how
many boys does it take to take Miss
Edrose Willis to and from We only
counted three the other night We
see you are doing well by yourself
Remember the little girl that went
to Fisk; and do you know the little
boy that plays the Piano? Well, they
tell me they are that way about each
other The sad part of the whole
story is, the little girl is going back
to Fisk next month; and the little
boy is going to stay here and go to
Omaha “U”. Now ain’t that just to
* * *
Hey, everybody! Do you know
there is nothing in the whole wide
world quite so nice as friendship?
Especially when a certain young man
goes down to a certain Garage and
spend his evenings with another cer_
tain young man Helps him work
and everything Now that is Town,
* * *
When Helen Wilks gives a party,
Helen Wilks gives a party. So very't
much so that the Dad finds dead!
soldiers in the front yard the next I
morning Poor Helen, We do hope you
can give another sometime tho Hon_
est we do j
* * *
It has been reported that Norman
Chandler has departed for points
East Where he will remain for about
a month Most of his time, however,
will be spent in Chicago We wonder
why Cel Smith wouldn’t make any
difference would she?
« * *
I should think it would be a won_
derful feeling to sit in the Ross Drug
Store and sip Sodas every Sunday
morning. Especially when you have
the security of knowing they are on
the house This has nothing to do
with Tommy however
by A. B. MANN
Widowed Mothers
(For the Literary Service Bureau)
Her husband came to an untimely
end and left her with five children.
The man had provided for his family
while he lived, but left them nothing
at his death, which was premature
and unexpected. She had come to
take up the burden of making a living
and of training the children. At
times she had not enough to eat. For
months at a time, she could not go
out in public, because of insufficient
clothing. She worked day and night.
She had opportunity to get married,
but she feared the step.father would
be unkind to her children. So, she
remained single, and remained a
slave; but she reared and educated
those children and sent them out into
the world to serve humanity.
Who is she? She is just one of
many thousands of faithful, widowed
mothers who have sacrificed all for
the good of their children. Their
lives and sacrifices did not “make
copy” for newspapers. Sometimes
they were called fools, because of
their devotion to their children.
Sometimes they were neglected and a_
bused by the children for whom they
suffered. Sometimes the burdens
seemed too heavy to bar, and they be_
came faint beneath the load. But
they won their»fight by dint of will
and determination. No monuments
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mark their resting places. They died
as they lived, “unhonored and un_
sung.” But they deserve a place in
the list of those who have suffered:
vicariously for others. All honor to
these toiling sufferers of all ages.
The Eureka Bridge Club was eiu
tertained by Mr. and Mrs. G. Ed_
wards Saturday evening at 2605 Wirt.
The meeting was opened by the vice
pres. After a very brief business the
meeting was closed with a reading by
Mr. Wm. Roberts.
The first part Of the evening was
spent playing croquet. Afterwards
four changes of bridge was played
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Roberts won
first prize, and Mr. and Mrs. G. Ed_,
wards the booby. Fouryvisitors were
present: Mr. J. Philips, Reporter, Mr. |
P. Adkins, Pres
The Jo Li Cour Club has its meet,
lugs in the park every two weeks dur
irg the summer months. They spend
the evening playing games and taking
pictures. Ajjter the games the mem.
bers prepare dinner. The club is very
glad to welcome back Mrs. Bernice
Golden, who returned from Kansas
City, where she spent her vacation
visiting her aunt. We were also
pleased to have Mrs. Mayme Booth
and' Miss Lucille Britton back with
us. Miss Britton and Mrs. Booth
motored to Chicago to see Miss Brit,
ton’s uncle, who is very ill. While
there they visited the Century of Pro
gress Exposition. Miss L. Britton,
The Happy Hour Bridge Club met
at the home of Mrs. Charles Select,
man, 2411 Lake St. A large number
were present. Bridge was the event
of the evening. Mrs. Blanche Buford
and Mr. Wm. Moore were guest. Mrs,
M. Bailey and Mr. Banks were award
ed prizes for the evening. The host,
ess served ice cream and cak.
The fire department of a city in the
middle west, with a population of
thirty lliousand, reported to the Nat_
ional Board of Fire Underwriters
that two large fires accounted for 90
per cent of the city's total loss for
one year. One fire was in a church
and resulted in a loss of $232,864. The
other was in a school, and the pro_
perty damage was 095,749.
Both fires were at an advanced
stage before they were discovered.
Both were out of control when the
firemen reached the scene. Exper_
ieifce indicates that when alarms are
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turned in shortly after fires originate
and while they are still in an incip.
ient stage, the firemen can usually
extinguish them before great damage
has been done. This is possible when
an automatic alarm system is install,
de in the building. With such a sys.
tern the alarm quickly reaches fire
headquarters, allowing the apparatus
to arrive in the shortest time possible.
It would be interesting to note the
actual relation of delayed alarms to
the total annual fire loss of the na_
tion. Although no accurate method
of doing this presents itself, informa,
tion has been compiled in many cities,
'showing that numerous serious firea
take place at night when they have
an opportunity to burn for consider,
able time before discovery. Investi.
gators invariably state that if a sys.
tem of automatic alarm had been in
use, losses woud have been smaller.
Certainly large structures where
great values are gathered together in
one building, and others where the
possibility of life loss is unusual,
snould be equipped with a system
which automatically detects fire and
immediately relays the alarm to the
fire department.
NOW TOTALS $3,129.©4
NEW YORK—Contributions to data
to the Seottsboro defense fund being
collected by the N. A A C P tot_
al $3,129.04, it was announced at the
associatien’s offices, 69 Fifth avenue.
Of this amount, $1,635 has been paid
out for legal expenses and investiga.
tions conducted by the I L D The
amount previously acknowledged wag
$3,011.46 Additional contributions:
Rev Roy. L Young, Meridian,
Miss., $2 50; Omaha, Nebraska
branch, N A A. C P , $5 08; Al.
pha Rho Omega chapter A K A ,
Detroit, Michigan, $32; Social clubs
of Williamson, W. Va , $6 61; Pul.
aski county N A A C P , Villa
Ridge, Illinois, $4 50; Oklahoma City
branch, $5 53; Young Men’s club
North Adams, Mass , $26; Colored
Ministers Alliance, Bristol, Va _Tenn.,
$7.68; Lackawanna, N. Y. branch,
$15; California State Federation of
Clubs, $10; Shiloh Baptist church,
Waukegan, Illinois, $2 68; total $3_
129 04
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