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AFFAIRS ^O-O-Cl-e-T-y^ ORGANIZATIONS
Mr. J. D. Granville, prominent
Omahan, has just recently returned
from a visit with his mother, Mrs. N.
C. Granville in Paris, Texas. Mr.
Granville spent the holidays in Texas,
visiting the neighboring towns with
in the vicinity of Paris, and reports
a most enjo/able trip.
MISS JONES VISITS PARENTS
Miss Ray Lee Jones slipped into the
city last week and spent a quiet visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
u-.l Middleton. She left Thursday
night for New A ork.
3Ier plan to surprise her parents
was a pc rfect success.
Legion Auxiliary Holds Social Party
American Legion Auxilliary Post
No. 30 met at the home of Mrs. Lillie
William.®. 2022 N. 25tl» street, Thurs
tl; y crf-ciing January 3. After the
necessary business was attended to.
e delightful repast, consisting of
blackeyed peas, pig’s head, hot corn
muffins, green onions and baked ap
ples, was served by the hostess.
A good time was had by all.
Mrs. Lillian Wright, President
Mrs. Denver Rich, Reporter
One of the most unique teas of the
season was given at the home of Mrs.
Rufus Long, 2638 Binney street, last
Sunday afternoon from 4 until 8. It
was sponsored by the ladies of the
The table was beautifully decorated
with flowers in the center and the
softly lighted candles made a most
glamorous effect. The patronage was
also spectacular. Pink ice cream and
cake were served.
The tea was given for charity pur
poses for the Christmas holidays.
Father Flanagan’s boys were included.
Ladies of the circle wish to thank all
Mrs. Mable Fields, President
Mary Banks, Reporter
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Porter Entertain
Mrs. Essie Porter was a very lovely
and charming hostess at one of the
most palatable buffet suppers ever
served on last Thursday evening,
January 3, 1935, from 7 until 10, at
her beautiful home in the Aiahambra
apartments at 49th and Capitol ave
nue. , ;
The guests were dressed in formal
attire, and the latest gowns were off
Flush Kidneys of
Acids and Poisons
STOP GETTING UP NIGHTS
When kidneys are clogged they be
come weak—the bladder ia irritated—
often passage is aeanty aad smarts
and burns—sleep is restless and night
ly visits to the bathroom are frequent.
The right harmless and inexpensive
way to stop this trouble and restore
healthy action to kidneys and bladder
is to get from any druggist a 85-cent
box of Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Cap*
soles and take as directed—yau wont
be disappointed—but be sure and get
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules
—the anginal and genuine right from
Haarlem in Holland—a grand kidney
stimulant and diuretic- Remember al-.
so that other symptoms of kidney and
bladder trauble are backache, leg
cramp*, puffy eyea, moist palms and
set with beautiful corsages that were
-'resented to them by their escorts of
% 0: O.
Tim table was beautifully decorated
with flowers and lighted candles to
gether with the choicest silver and
rn n, and the daintiest china, ihe
artistic dishes and delicacies were pre
yed and served by the hostess and
Mrs. Johanne Fowler. I
Those present were, Misses Estelle
Robertson, Christine Brown, Lucy Mae ;
Stamps, Lucille Hamilton, Bernice
Fowler, Ann Johnson, Mrs JeanetW
Farmer and Mrs. Ross Fowler of Cta
| rrco, Messrs. Adrian Stamps, Val Rat
liff, Beryle Bowens, Lcro;.<, New land,
j Arquilla Williams, R. Bryant, J. •
| Granville and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
After being served, the party went
i cn-masse to the Beau Brummel for
mal dancing party the better to en
! ,,y themselves because of having been
I r’ao guests of a very charming hostess
ond a most gracious host.
Formal Progressive Dinner Given
Five of Omaha’s Young Society j
Couples entertained Sunday, January j
3 with a formal Progressive dinner, ,
beginning at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
V. Henderson, 3811 Camden Avenue.
At 6:30 p. m. cocktails and H ors
D’oeuvers were passed in the living
room. Everything was artistically
arranged. Mr. and Mrs- W. A- Davis
and Mr. and Mrs. I. Dixon, 2219 Ohio
Street, were hosts and hostesses to
the main course. The color scheme
was beautifully carried out m white
and silver. A lovely salad course was
served by Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shobe,
2707 Maple street. The table was
gleaming with bright yellow candles,
and Yellow and white roses. The re
mainder of the evening was spent at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
A Branch, 2866 Binney street, where
we enjoyed a tempting dessert, with
after dinner coffee served in the liv
ing room, ,
The center piece was red roses and
tapering candles. A few games were
played. Mrs. W. M. Hall of Tyler,
Texas, sister of Mrs. Chas. A, Branch
was honor guest of the evening.
Mrs. Edward Blueford of 2864 Bm
nev street, served a four course lunch
eon Dec. 30th, honoring her Aunt,
Mrs. I. M. Oliver- The guests were,
Mrs. A. J. Johnson, Mrs. Annie Mur
phy, Mrs. F. Wade Hill, Mrs. M. Mc
Intosh, and Mrs. Hill.
Mr. and Mrs- Green, 947 N. 27th
Aremue, anterUined a few guests at
their heme Christmas night. Those
who attended were, Iaatha Hall, Easel
Brown, Miller Haynes, Lois Thomas,
Owrnr Owen, of Ft. Riley, Kansas
Miss Harris, Charles Wm. Johnson of
Hcreaten, T«as, and Isaac Wright.
The homse was beautif.lly decorated
with stiver and green. A lovely Mme
wan had hy all.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rnclt«r entor
t«inod with a midnight “Cocktail
SSr to -embers of the “Seda*
Social” club on last Saturday rught
Twenty-four guests were present, and
^T2l indications itfcoks as^ough
-The Sedates” got a «ood s*hrt for
*• 'Ur***'*- McGfte .Jr-> President
W w w w J<^mson'» mpther, Mrs.
a riXsr Juanita Johnson,
Johnson, and sister,
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Brandeis Basement I
of Kansas City, Missouri, spent
Christmas week with him. They en
joyed a wonderful time together.
Mr. James Owens spent the Christ
mas holidays in Denver, Colo- He re
ported a lovely trip. ^
MR AND MRS. ROSS FOWLER OF
CHICAGO HOLIDAY GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Fowler of Chi
cago were holiday guests in the city
from Dec. 22 to Jan. 4, at the home of
Mrs. Bernice Fowler Gardner.
They were the guests of Mr. Fowl
er’s rr,other and sister. Mrs. Fowler
is a teacher in the public schools in
They reported a very enjoyable
DOINGS AMONG THE EINING
GAR AND HOTEL WAITERS
By Ho pie
I sometimes wonder if I am safe
in using the words, “Dear Friends”.
Yet I have spent sevcr-1 years baside
you and to date haven’t received any
bad marks on my face or body. So
T ."0'i = c-2 no reason why J am not.
Y, 1 iyc. r-a almpst at a test to really
... - - 01-r ; •• are. I .isten to
this little poem of mine and see if
you and I agree.
“To tell a friend it’s hard to do
No matter hew hard you try
To tell a friend that’s loyal and true
You must add, subtract, and multiply,
And then maybe when the answer
It may be as true as one plus one is
The person ycu call your closest one
Is not at all, “A friend to you”.
Say, tune in on Tony Wons at 10:15
each morning and see if you can’t get
something from him that you can use
in T»our daily life. He is really good.
Here is one out of his scrap book.
Listen. “The man that goes on the
job to watch the boss and just to
V.ke another day, always receives
the smallest pay.” Get it? Oh well,
it is up to you to think. But T will
start you off. The person has no
future in view and when it comes to
advancements the ones that work hard
and take advantage of every chance
given them always get the appoint- :
merits. Am I right? Here is a good
one: “If we spent 8 hours a day tak
ing care of our own business and 8
hours keeping out of other people’s
business, we could sleep in peace the
other 8 hours”. How about it? Read .
it over several tintos and if possible I
write It down and cut it out put it :n ;
your scrap book and some day ma he i
you will have a book larger than j
Tony’s. Who knows ? Tony used his
read. I brought these things to you j
because so many of bs get a great
kick out of the sayings and doings of
tho waiters and bug boys in this col- j
•imn, but when someone gets some
thing e* them and the other fellow
yets their kick, they can’t take it.
Why they think the;' ana laugh and
then tent be laughed at really gets
ror?, and abor* all, you are always
ready and willing to assist in start
ing a fight and trouble oyer some lit
tle saying and if someone would start
a more that would make your job
better, conditions better, pay larger,
and a protection for you, they couldn’t
find you with a telegram or a broad
cast otfer the radio. Punch ytourself
ami see if 1956 can’t help you. They
did what you are doing 60 years ago.
■are you over gone to a carnival
and ridden the Ferris wheel ? it goes
up and over riving you the chance
to view the ground around and the
city, but the real thrill comes when
you stop on top or near it and the seat
swings. The persons getting on don’t
get the thrill you get until the time
comes for same one te get on or off.
So is fife. The thrill you get, you
must expect someone else to get
Mr. A. Howard is om the sick list
and, I am tqld, is very sick. Let’s
hope for his early recovery. He will
be up soon I am sure. For if it is up
to a fight, he will wia. Let’s hope.
Mr. D. O. Vert on is home now after
an operation and will be up and go
ing seen. They all hope so anyway.
Listen, Mr. A. Hicks, I am told by
one who knows, will hare charge of
the hiring of the waiters at the Fon
tenelle. A very good thing if it is
true and maybe that stock of “Ba
nana waiters” at the back door will
be able to sleep until 7 a. m. at least.
He held this position before and I am
sure he knows what to do. Time will
t^i. Of course he must expect to lose
Sometime when you are not busy
step up to the band stand and get out
this piece and read it over and see
M it doesn’t go like this. “Out in the
Cold Again”. Here it is.
“It seemed so eas-ily, I am to blame
Toe late now to regret, Out in the cold
t thought I was smart, dear, really,
it is a shame
[ am broke completely, out in the
Sing ifc over and over and boy what
a kick. Good luck and Good night,
it happened to me on the U. P. and be
careful. iTt may happen to you.
C. C. C. Camp News
Camp Ne. 1728
Most ef the Omaha boys have left
the camp. There are only four Ne
braskans left. They are L. Carter,
L. Smith, Hurlsig Russell and L.
Sampson. Billy Anthony, La Mar
Turner, Jethry Taylor, Dave Buckner
and Tiny Tant left Monday night,
Dec. 31, with 56 other boys from St.
Louis. When troubles come, wise men
take to their work; weak men take
the t -ain. I see tliat is true. Well,
I think it is a good policy to leave a
few things unsaid.
Harry Santpson was home for
Christmas and wishes to thank his
many friends for gifts and parties
that were showered upon him while
here. He hopes he will see everyone
here again soon. There is one thing
he did not like. Many Omaha people
[have the wrong idea about camp life
It is what you make it, good or bad.
Whatever you loolp for, you find.
38 more bo s came in camp from
Kansas City last week.
Harry Sampson, Reporter
MONROVIA, CALIFORNIA NEWS
Begin the year right and y;ou will
stay right if you subscribe for the
On,?ha Guide. Make it your paper.
See your home news.
0. W. Cooper, Reporter
312 E. Walnut Avenue,
New Year’s day here was clear,
warm and much enjoyed by all in
many good and better ways.
Miss O. Washington, 4911 Hooper
Avenue, Los Angeles, M'r3. G. BaCey,
5550 Bandera street, Los Angeles and
Mr. W. Henderson of Los Angeles,
motored to Monrovia, Calif., and were
New Year's guests of Mr. and Mrs.
O. W. Cooper at 312 E. Walnut Ave
Mrs. N. Smith, 556 W. Washington
street, Pasadena, Calif., and Mr- D.
Harrison of the same address were
also guests of Mr. and Mr3. 0. W.
Co~oer the same da/. The parties
above gave Mr. and Mrs. R. Spring
*mld of Monrovia a surprise call on
New Year's evening, snd with many
other friends, spent the evening danc
ing and playing bridge. A goad time
was bad lg all.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Jshsaon bntartaiaed
friends New Ywar's day aad u alway*
ar> enjoyable tiaae was bad by the
MV snrj Yrs. W. Race oa Jlamb
street hare two pretty Cferiatmaa
tree* in their yard. Some attraction.
Mr. T. Adana, oar huotJiwg ice man, j
ia atill on the go. Wo hope will
be bigger and bettor for him and his
Mr. and Mrs. L. Taney, roatdeats of
long standing, aro enjo^ag fine health
and meeting ail with broad and wel
come smiles. Wo wish them a great
Mr. W. Thompson, who makes
orange syrup, peamut meal and many
other new, flrte things to eat, is a
wizard. His wife shares much of kis
Mr. and Mrs. D. Gordon of Cypress
avenue, made many happy New Year’s
day. We wish 1935 will be a better
year for this lovely couple.
Unele Dave Ross of Pasedena,
Calif., vras missing from oar midst
New Year’s day; however, we hope
and are sure he had a great day where
ever he may have been.
Mr. T. Shelton, our own gas and
oil station man, is going strong. We
hope 1935 will be a better year. We
can make it so, and he is worthy of
Miss Mary Bonner, owe of our most
popular young ladies, spares no
pains ki seeing that all enjoy life
With her smile and pleasant disposi
tion, one gannot but be Hbppy.
Mr. E. Smith, a newwmr, gave a
birthday party at 429 Cypreas Avenue,
Monday evening, Dec. £4th. All had
a very nice time. Mr. Smith will op
erate a Chicken Inn at tho above ad
dress. We welcome this thrifty young
™<an to Our midst.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Cooper were
dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs
Springfield’s, 427 Cypress Ave. A
palatable Christmas duck dinner was
A few of the Monrovians that were
seen at the races on the opening day,
Dec. 25, 1934, were Miss H. Robbin
son, Miss M. Bonner, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Gardner, Mr. T. Wilson, and Mr. O.
Mrs. T. Ford of 506 E. Duare
street, Monrovia, called on Mr. and
Mrs. 0. W. Cooper, Dec. 27, 1934.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Ross and family of
227 E. Huntington Drive, spent Christ
mas day with Mr. S. Wallace and
j family at 908 E. 56th street, Los An
J geles. A very good dinner was en
joyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hall, 1009 S. Car
men, spent Christmas day at home
and were visited by a few of their
Mr. W. M. Murray of 906 S. Car
bon street is improving in health.
I His family spare no pa4ns in making
i it pleasant for him.
Mr- McGmmmon of Monrovia spent ■
Christmas day in Duarte.
Miss H. Robinson, 124.6 S. Sherman
street, gave a swell cocktail party
Chmsrtmas morning. All had a fine
time. Now it is the talk of Monrovia.
Mrs. L. H. Adams and Baby Jean
Adams were made very happy by
Santa by receiving a new dress, table
lamp, nuts, candies, etc.
Mrs. Letitia Springfield is a won
derful wife and mother, and Mr.
Springfield is likewise as the other
half. They have two fine sons.
Mr. T._ McClain of Duarte gave
many a happ ' surprise with a batch
of home made candy. We hope he "will
repeat his surprises.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Johnson of Mon
rovia are entertaining a few of their
many friends this Cl’.ristmr.s week.
P. S. We hope to please and give
you more news.
We Moderns Sewing Cl ib
The club met Monday Dec. 3, at the
; homo of Mrs. Zoneta Walker, £707
Corby street. Mrs. Grace Washing
| ton was a visitor. Mrs. Walker served
; a nice luncheon. The table was beau
ti fully decorated with a miniature
b use covered with snow and Santa
| Clous with his sleigh and reindeer
Tiny Christmas trees served as place
I ^ 4
Mrs. Frances Allen was hostess to
t’.- j club, Monday Dec. 10, Mrs. May
TV '.lac and Mrs. Margaret Allen were
visitors. Mrs. Fiances Allen served
a bvely luncheoi. T he table was dec
orated with tiny Chr'stmas trees and
candy canes. The rest of the time was
i spent in playing cards.. There was no
! club meeting the following Monda ■,
Mrs. Mildred Bryant, President
Mrs. Ida Bryant, Reporter
, Gives New Year’s Eve Party
i iss Booker Abrams, 2831 Erskine
street, gave a gay New Year’s Eve
’• rt • for the members and friends of
Co We Moderns Sewing Club. A very
VGreeting stunt was earned out by
<;hn hostess. A number of gold paper
leaves were placed on the table, and
the guests took turns selecting a leaf.
This was called turning over a new
leaf. On the back of each leaf was
•'written a resolution. Delicious re
freshments were served and every
one enjoyed a wonderful evening.
Thoso present were, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Crocker, Mr. and Mrs. Free
man, Miss Helen Campbell, Mr. and
Rrs. Marey Bryant, Mnm Booker
Abrams, Mr. John Jonas, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Allen, Mr- and Mrs.
S*l*h 3r ant, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hill ef Holdrege, Nebraska, Mrs. May
Bryant of Aim*, Nebraska, Mrs.
Honeta Walker, Mr.- Milos Creeker,
and Mr. and Mm. Brow*.
• V • , . 4
Howdy folks! Well the time la al
nlost here for anr Mg event, the
Inaer- Clab-Banquet of January lfth.
The banque*, as we hava told yo* be
fore, will be held at Bioa Baptist
Church at 8 p. m. Re serrations are
to be in before January 10th, but if
any club wishes to extend its time for
reservations, see your club contractor
and he will be reapooabla. Aay in
dividual who dees net belong to aay
club, wishing to atitead the banquet,
may have until the 15th for his reser
vations, and these persons may pur
chase tekets at the Y. W. C. A. A
splendid program has been arranged
for your entertawmeat.
Dorothy Pollard, President
Roberta Pharr, Reporter
Mrs. Gertrude Maberry entertained
a Gingham social at her residence,
2518 Lake street Saturday night. She
served fish, chili, salad and coffee.
Mrs. Peopes won first prize for the
neatest apron, Mrs. Varner, 2nd prize
for the most ragged apron and Mrs.
Warn third prize. Everycme enjoyed
the social very much.
, Ladies Friendship Club
The Lades’ Friendship Club met at
die home of Mrs. Christine iturdevant
2620 Decatur street. Mne members
were present. One new member was
added to our groap, Mrs. Sadie Shaw,
2631 Franklin street. Mrs. Busch
and Mrs. Woods are still on the sick
list. Cards were played after business
meeting. Mrs. Forence Morris won I
first prize, *id Mrs. Ida Fountain* '
won the booby. The neat meeting |
will be at the home ef Mrs. ’Sadie !
Shaw, 2631 Franklin street.
Mrs. ida Foantaine, President j
Mrs. Minnie Burns, Reporter j
High School Council—Mid City
The council convened on January !
1th, 1935. Suggestions were made !
for recreation during the coming (
i m~ .. _ --in- ...*1'” ■ -
months. New Business was the
High School night dances whi^-h are
to be held one cn Januar ) 11, and
the e'.lier, which is to be a five cents
I nay dance, cn the twenty-fifth. I -
also take the liberty to announce that
those who do not patronize our five
cent dances will not be admitted to
our regular dance. Money obtained
from the five cent dance on the
twenty-fifth is to finance our Valen
tine-Lincoln Tea to be held about the
middle of February- Don’t forget the
High School dances cn the eleventh
and twenty-fifth. Let’s have every
Ruth Williams, Sec’y-Rciporter
The Clever Set Club
Mrs. Frances Redd, 1806 N. 28th
j >\, entertained the Clever Set Club
j Ids week. The mo mb rs attended
| fine this week. After business, whist
j was played. Mrs. Laura Brewer won
| first prize, Mrs. M .fl-tle Stringer won
second prize, and Mrs. Leona Allen j
w.'i tile booby. The next meeting
will be at the home of Mr. Isaish
Jones, AIV2 N. 26th street.
Mrs. Leona Allen, President
Mrs. Minnie Burns, Reporter
Mysterious Three ,
A formal Watch Party was given
at the lovely hon>> of Ayr. and Mrs. 1
Martin Anderson, 3501 Blondo street, -
Monday, December 31, 1934 by the ,
Mysterious Three Club. The mom- ,
bees of this elub are three prominent ,
girls in the High School social set. j
The house was beautifully decorated -
with the elub’a colors, blue and eraage |
A delightful course was sewed with
the corqing ef 19Si which was eajoyed
by all. Hie hours were epeat from <
10 o'clock until the wee hours of four, ]
in danciag te the nusic played by 1
three prominent njgro beys, James 1
P»yto», Edwin Riggs, and Eugene <
Skinner. Guests were as follows: 1
Marguerite Hill, Christmaa Clark, j
Candies Jacobs, Byron Winatoa, Mil- 1
dred Ector, Robert Hill, Madree Jack
»on, W illiam Taylor, Marion Shaw,
Edwin Riggs, Bonnie Lewis, J. B.
Crumbly, Ivory Moore, John UeGall,
Carrie Moore, Jasper Cole, Adlaide
Nelson, Harry Anderson, Dorothy
Davis, Harry Williams, Ruth Ander
son, Vonceil Anderson, Robert Coul
son, Amy Green, Eugene Skirmer,
Leota Green, Hildred Harvey, Geral
dine Camper, Virgil Williams, Fred
erika Hall, Clarence Payton, Elliott
Garner, Willie Hill, Robert Myers,
Jamrs Green, James Payton. John
Hyram Pittman, Harrold Biddieux,
Taylor, James Donaldson, Mr. LaCur
jus Curry and Agustus Curry, visit
ing guest. The club wishes to thank
Mrs. Mary Hill, Mrs. Edward Ector,
Mrs. McDaniels and Mrs. Anderson
for helping to make their party a
The Pick-Up C Tub of Pleasant
Green Baptist Church met at the
home of Mother Edwards, 1844 '.V. 22
street, January 8, 11184. rihe p myer
services were enjoyed by the entire 25
members that were present. The
president, Mrs. Mwntosh, then took
charge of the meeting. A number of
new officers were elected. Later plans
were made for a Valentine dinner, the
Me cf which will te given in the
report. Please take notice and
help put the dinner over. There was
no further business. Cne visitor, Mrs.
--hodes, wa:, prevent, and also a new
member, i.r. troth. Both were more
than welcome. Mrs. Rhodes gave an
encouraging talk to the club. The
meeting was then turned into a big
surprise party in honor of Mrs. Trip,
one of Pleasant Green’s reliable mem
bers. A lovely luncheon was served
and enjoyed by all.
The next meeting will be at Mrs.
Bullions home, 2718 Decatur street.
Rev. P. J. Price, Pastor
M. M. McIntosh, President
A. Green, Reporter
(For Th Literary Service Bureau)
(For advice, write to IMh'xij Miller.
:«re of Literary Service Bureau 51(>
Minnesota Ave., Kansas City. Kans;
For personal reply send self-addressed
Maxic Miller: I am a girl seven,
een ko to junior high school and keep
•ompany with a boy eighteen- Used
;o go with him one year, five months
ind thirteen days before we quit. We
rent back together. He used to go
rith a girl alder than he wan. Now
the want* to fight me. He s»id he
lidn’t love any girl but me. His
jarents and his sifters like me and
rant me to marr\l him. My parents
ik* hhn, too, and I really lore him.
»hoaW l do !t—Z. J. C- -
Z. J. C.: Seventeen i* too young
» marry. Don’t know your own mind.
Jettar go finish your education if you
*b, *r ><ou will regret it. If you
*«»t or jast will ndt go to school,
hn many thin boy, if you love him.
ii»c« he i* acceptable to your horn#
'•Ik* and y*u are to his. But again,
■otter go to *chool a while longer.
Men i Hats!
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\ WANTED TO BUY
1 1,000 BATTERIES
5,000 AUTO RADIATORS
10,000 POUNDS COPPER
5,000 BURNED, WRECKED AND DELA
Gerber Consolidated Auto Parts Co.
2601 CUMING STREET ATLANTIC 5656
16th AND PIERCE STREET JACKSON 6300 1
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