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A $450.00 Upright piano, $05.00, terms.
2220 Willis Ave. WE 1008.
House for Rent. WE. 4415
REAL ESTATE FOR
SALE OR RENT
1 Morder 7 room house newly decor
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Loves Kitchenette appartment for
rent at 2518 Patrick Are. We.. 5553.
YOUR OWN—LAKE SHOE SERV
ICE NONE BETTER; £107 Lake St j
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Room for one or two gentlemen ob
Binhcv Street—JA. 5918
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1321 N 21th St- Come and Be Con
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A- E- and J. E- Bennett 2?15 Culm
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Th-ee Room Apt., Furnature, gas,
light and water $4.50 week Ja. 0986
Kitchenette for Kent—strictly modern j
2914 North 25th Street.
Two room apt. and use of kitcher
One room and Kitchenette. We 4285
Furnished Apt. for rent- We 2303
Large front room. Twin beds. Modem
hom*. near carline- We 2134
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WE. 5699 2225 N. 24TH ST
GRGP GLOSS BEAUTY SHOP
Winter Cut Raft
Shampoo, press, ma-rcel . §1.00
Children's work ___ .50
WE 2864 2512 N- 24TH ST
Men's Over Co3fs, .... §5-00 to $10-00
Men’s Suits, .. $6-00 to $12.50
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1825 N. 24th ST. J. H. Parker. Prop.
Fried's Kosher Delicatessen
1509 N. 21th St. WE 2190
WE 0689 24th and Lake Sts.
WE 6100 24th and Grant Sts.
Johnson's Dryg Store
Cur Telephone Number WE 0998
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THE MITZI CLUB j
The Mitzi Club Rave a tea Mon
day evening, November 12, at the
table was beautifully decorated with
lace cc-v. rs. inn'll*, end har vest cen
ter piic- Th" tea w s one of the
series of teas sponsored by the Omar
Baking C< r.ipany. We wish to thank
the many friends who contributed to
Eth-1 Kirtley. President; Ruby
THE LADIES FRIENDSHIP CLUB
The Ladies Friendship Club met
this week with Mrs.. Burch, 8217
Emmett Str-eet- Ten members were
present and three visitors. Mrs. Sadie
Shaw, 2631 Fr»nklln. Miss Vivian
Lewis. 2620 Decatur Street. and Mrg
4:15 o’clock in five courses. Previous
to the serving of the luncheon whilst
was played. Mrs Edith Hope winning
first prize and Mrs. Tre«sa Ander
son. booby. The noxt meeting will be
st the home of the president. Mrs
iTd* Fountaine, 2115 Clark Street
We have two sick members this week.
Mrs. Burch is indisposed with a very
disagreeable cold and the nature of
Mrs. Woods illness has not been de
temined. We request that no visitors
Mrs- Ida Fountaine, President.
Mrs- Minnie Bums, Reporter.
Lynwood Hall, Jr-, three year old
son of Mr- and Mrs. Lynwood Hall
is now in the university hospital af
ter a serious operation- His condition
is reported to be fair.
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PASTOR’S AID SOCIETY
The Pastor’s Aid of the Metropoli
, tan church, at 2410 Lake Street,
sponsored en Imaginary dinner at the
parsonage, 2431 Patrick Avenue, on
November 12. The dinner was a great
! success. A large crowd attended. In
the meeting the pastor made a won
derful talk on the bunding of the
club. The president sends her thanks
to the members and visitors, who
helped to make the. dinner a success.
Ice cream and cake were served free.
The 'receipts of the evening were,
The club meetg each Monday even
ing at 8 o’clock at the said address.
The president is asking a'd visitors
to come out an see what we are do
ing for the pastor. Rev. R. W. John,
son, pastor; Mrs. Willa Voner, preai
SAVOY CL SB
The Savoy Club held It’s weekly
meeting in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Swancy, 2206 Nicholas Street,
November 10- A delightful dinner
was served- Mrs- W. C- Turner,
Mrs. Mab'-e Murry and Mr- and Mrs.
Louis Anderson were guests of hon
or- The next meeting will be at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Currie Stuart,
2405 Charles Street, November 17- j
Jihn Murry,'President; Luciel Swancy
Secretary; Gertrude Johnson, repor
HAPPYR FOUR BRIDGE CLUB
The Happy Four Bndg® Club met
last Thursday evening, Mrs. Edith
Smith and Mr- Davis being hosts.
The club opened with a brief period
of busineess in which suggestions of
interest t othe dub were offered by
the President, Mrs- C- McFall, fol
lowed by Mr. T- St^mpe and Mr.
Davi®. Th» cl*b then assembled to
pl»y four change® of bridga- Thoaa
winning prizes were Mr®. Robert
Banks and Mr-- MiHs- A loreeiy re
past was served, and everyone had
a delightful eveening.
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FRAT OBSERVES NATIONAL
NEGRO ACHIEVEMENT WEEK
BROOKLYN, N. Y—S. Malcolm
Dodson, National Director of
Omega P*i Phi Negro Achievement
project, announces the designation of
November 11 to 18 inclusive for the
cbesrvance of National Negro Achieve .
ment week. This period marks the
climax to the nation wide activities
cf the fraternity ia its program to
place before all race groups in the
country information concerning the
Negro's contribution to our national
During the week local chapters of
the fraternity -will emphasize Negro
Achievement h(y having radio pro
grams, open forums, speakers in
schools and colleges and exhibitions
of Negro art where convenient. Nov
ember 3, saw* the close of one of
the most widely participated in essay j
contests ever conducted by the fra
Local papers will carry announce
ments of the varied educational pro
grams and radio broadcasts.
TROJAN CLUB NEWS—
Howdy Folks: The Trojan’s on the*
The Trojans met Tuesday. Novem
ber 13, at 8:45 p. p-j- After our
usual business procedure, the meet
iug began. Lola McCrcney. gave a
splendid report on the club council
meeting held Thursday, November 8
A report from the financial chair
man, Louise Fletcher was given ver
bally. This committee is working out
a “Budgeting Plan” for the club.
The membership drive will end
December 31. If you would like. to.,
become a member of our Trojan club,!
please secure your membership card
from one of the members- We have.
ran so £ar over oub “Club Quota.”
until we are fcAced to close^ this
drive at this limited time. I
The revised constitution was read
to the girls by the Program chairman,
EUa Mills. Necessary amendments
were made according to sections and
Do you remember on last week, we
Announced our “Inner Club Dinner ? ”
we’er still boosting it for January
17- We want patrons for our.pamph
lets, end we are asking our business,
professional and social friends to be
our patrons- We are having a “C»un
try Fair Party,” Tuesday, November
27. all girls are asked to wear ging
ham aprons and boys wear overalls.
All absent members bring money for
tax November 20, for the party.
Loa McCraney, gave a book report
by Grace -S. Pdchie, which everyone
enjoyed- Here’s a little reminder, if
you want t0 rent a book, tny Owens
Pkarmack rental bock shop.
On the 23, 24 and 25th d ys of;
November there will be an Industrial j
Council meeting for working women
sponsored by tbe Urban League.
There will be many interesting speak
ers at various sessions. Miss Lucy
Stamps, who is playing an interest
ing part in the council announced to
the girls. Mi's. Lola Smith, motored
to Oakland with her husband and
family. We miss her very much. Wed
we are. signing off for this week.
Roberta Phamr, reporter.
Dorothy Podard. president.
SEDATES GIVE FIRST FARTY
The Sedates SoeD-l Club celebrated
Hallowe’en with a “Hallowe’en Round
Up” in the basement of Mr. and
Mrs. B- E- McGee, Jr- The McGee
hospitality was the same as usual,
Cards and dancing -were the chief
attractions- Those present were Mr.
and Mr*. Lovejoy Crawford, Mr. and
Mrs Robert Rucker, Mr. and Mrs
Alfern Geary, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
(Bill) Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester
Waites. Mr- and Mrs. E. Eugene
Southard and Mr- and Mrs. Z. E.
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THE YOUNG MATRONS
The Young Matrons Progressive
Club met at the home of Mrs. Hen
rieetta Mickens, 2724 Caldwell Street
Thursday afternoon. The dub discu*
»ed their new and old business de
ciding to have a chitterling *upper
Saturday, November 17. at the home
of Mrs- Cleta Patten McFall. The
girl* enjoyed thmeselves by dancing,
sewing and playing cards. Mrs
Mickens served the Club a delightful
luncheon. Mr*. Anni* Tapp, repor
Mr- Edward Davis, a graduate of
Technical High School and who has
spent som« time at the CCC camp is
in the city for a ten days visit with
his mother, Mr*. Anna Davis.
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THE FRIENDLY 16 BRIDGE CLUB
The Friendly 16 Bridge Cub was
entertained by Mr- John Adams 1708
N 27th Street Mr. T R- Turner
acted chairin'1 n during the election
cf officers- Officers were eleeted as
follows. Mr- Frank Adams, presi
dent; Mr- M. Avant, vice president;
Sam Weads, Secretary; A- J- L?
fall. Treasurer; Mr. M Avant and
Mr- Cornet won high sco’es- The dub
will be entertained by Mr- M- Avant,
at 2875 Elnney Street, November 18.
T. R- Turner, reporter
PASTOR S WIFE CLUB
Mrs. J. H. Dotson will entertain
the Pastor's Wife's club Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at her home
2708 Oldwell. A Thanksgiving pro
gram will be rendered by Mi's- Z.
E McGhee. O. H- G'dhan. secretary
THE CLEVER SET CLUB
The Clever Set Club met at the
home of Mrs. Edith Hope, 2425 Park
er- The meeting was opened at 8:30
p. m. Business was discussed and
the roll was called.. There were nine
members and two visitors present
The Visitors, Mr- Ledden and Mr.
John Anderson- An interesting game
of whist was played.. Mr.. Jsiah
Jones won first prize and Mrs. Ina
Bard.:', booby. A four course luncheon ■
was served. We think our progress j
wonderful owing to the short time
wo have been organized- Our next
meeting will be held at Mrs.. Lillian
Woods on North 23rd Street. Leona
Allen, president; Minnie Burns, re-!
Mrs. Ida Ifountaine ,Miss - June
Hughes, Mrs. J- L- Cofflet of Chi
eago, and Mrs. M- H- Williams of
Avant- Okla.. had a 9:30 Breakfast
Friday morning at the home of Mrs.
John Anderson- After breakfast all
motored to Fremont
POSTAL ALLIANCE AUXILIARY
Mrs. Aichie Buff was hostess to
the Postal Alliance Auxiliary at 3810
Camaen Avenue. Tuesday, November
6- Members who enjoyed a roast
turkey dinner were Mesdames Dacus.
Wheelear, Wilks. Carey and' Lewis.
The afternoon was spent working an
the ilub quilt.
FUNERAL RITES FOR
MRS- ANNA B. DUNCAN
The Funeral of Mrs. Anna Belle
Duncan was held Tuesday, November
13. from the Pilgrim Baptist church.
2sSh and Hamilton. Interment was
in Forest Lawn Cemetery- Myers
Funeral Heme in charge.
Mrs. Duncan was a long time
resident of Omaha and vicinity, hav
ing resided in Council Bluffs before
coming to Omaha. For a year or so
Mrs. Duncan and her husband had
lived in Washington, D.C-, where
death occurred following an opera
Mrs. Duncan is survived by her
husband; Mrs. Belie Stout, mother;
Will Weir and George Cornelius
Weir, brothers; Mrs- Leonia Fisher,
si-'ter and Mrs. George Dean, neice.
Mr- and Mis. Pelham J- Robinson
of 2424 Caldwell are now making
their home at 2411 Lake Street.
Carolyn Wilma Dotson, daughter of
Rev. and Mrs. Dotson, 2708 Cald
well Street is very sick.
'V NEWS |
Mrs- Emmagean Bell is sewing in
stiuctor for the Freshman Club Girls.
They will make d re sees, blouses and
The second »f a series of "Rela
tions with Others"’ discussions in the
Junior-Senior club was begun at the
club adviser of the Optimists Club
She replace; M ^Margaret Dicker
son whose employment made it im
possible to continue
Twenty grade school girls became
reaogniz-td Girl Reserves Friday, Nov
ember 9 at the North Side “Y”.
The Quack Club met on Friday j
evening with 29 girls present- The 1
club’s purpose is to encourage edu- j
cation, to promote self-expression
fellowship- wholesome recreation and
Christian life- the club desires to
build «p their membership. and in
an effort to do so is staging a mem
bership drive "f which Corrine Mc
Daniels is chairman- Applications of
girls desiring to belong to the organi
zation may be made through mem
bers of the Quack Club- The Mem
bership drive closes December 31
The time usually given for program
was turned over to Mrs. John Albsrb
Williams, who was sent to us from
the Speaker’s Bureau of the Com
munity Chest- The Quack Club had
already set asidt their pledge- We
were very glad to have Mrs. Wil
liams with us
Reports from the various commit
tees were given by the Committee
chairman- Some very interesting pro
jects are being planntd by these
groups. Watch for them in the near
future. Mrs. Florence Branch gave
a report from the Representative
Geuncp. at the Ceentral Y W- C- A.
The next meeting of the Quack Club
will consist of a trip to the World
Herald Building at 8:30 p- m- Friday
New members carolled in the club
are Geraldine Martin. Lillian Lander.
Clara Leonard and Doliy Roberts.
Lucy Mae Stamps- President.
Mildred HoIman.'Club Reporter
„A six pound baby boy was born
November 10 to Mr- and Mrs.
ton, whose resider.-e is 1021 S. 13ih \
Street- f , j
Atty. Ray L. Williams,
Room 200 Tuchman Block,
24th and Lake Streets
NOTICE of ADMINISTRATION
In the County Court of Douglas
In the matter of the estate of
Beard Battles, deceased.
All persons interested in said es—
tate are hereby notified that a pet—
ition has been filed in said Court
alleging that said deceased died leav
ing no last will and praying for ad—
ministration upon his estate, and
that a hearing will be. had on said
petition before said court on the 8th
day of December 1934, and that if
they fail to appear at said Court on
the said 8th daiy of December 1934
at 9 o’clock A. M. to contest said
petition, the Court may grant the
same and g^ant administration of
said estate to Elberta. Battles or
some other suitable person and pro
ceed to a settlement thereof.
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