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PAGE FOUR THE OMAHA GUIDE,“SATURDAY, April 13, 1935 ~~ -----j
CELEBRATE THEIR SEVENTH
Mr. and Mrs. John Cartwright, cele- j
brated their seventh wedding anniver
sary, Saturday night April 6th at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kim
brough, 1611 Maple St. After an
early evening of Bridge, covers were
laid for eight.
Those who were present to make the
event a happy one were: Mr. and Mrs.
Warren K.mbrough, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Grace. Miss Abigail Cushman
of Chicago, and Mr. C- Ralph Watson.
Every one present had an enjoyable
time. The party lasted until the wee
small hours of the morning.
Miss Shirley Mae Newton, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Newton, was
given a delightful birthday party by
her mother at their home, 2709 Par
ker Street. She was four years old on
April 9th. Guests were Eleanor Alice
Jones, Marcia Taylor, Loma Willis,
Janice and Joan McCaw, Donald
Payne and Richard Artison, Jr. They
spent a grand af.ernoon playing, after
which the refreshments were served,
and readily partaken of.
Mrs. Terrell, 2502 N. 24th Street, is
still suffering with numbness of the
limbs and pa.ns in the left side and
lower spine. She has been confined
to her bed since she was struck by an
automobile about three weeks ago.
Mr. Herman Friedlander, of Her
man’s Market, is still in the hospital.
However, he is steadily improving.
Mr. Dudley B. Luck of Ponca City,
Oklahoma, National Race representa
tive of the Continental Oil Company
of that city, has been in Omaha, for
the past ten days. While here he is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dilliard
Crawford of 2214 N. 28th Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. John Barber, are the
proud parents of a new son, weighing
just eight pounds. The mother and
baby are doing nicely. They have an
other son, John, Jr., a pupil of Howard
Miss Irma Mae Brannon, of Fre
mont, Nebraska, was the guest of
Mrs. Margaret Newton for two days
last week. While here, she attended
the National Flower and Garden
Show. She reports that it was the
most beautiful Flower Show she has
Mr. and Mrs. G. Herndon and
daughter, Lois Anne, Mrs. L. Watts
and daughter, Margie, of Fremont,
Nebraska, were in Omaha last Sunday
to attend the National Flower and
Garden Show. While here, they visit
ed Mrs. Herndon’s brother, Mr. Austin
Brannon and family.
MODERN PRISCILLA ART AND
The club met at 2509 Grant Street,
iv.th Mrs. Frances Ousley as hostess. '
Mrs- Lillian Mills, vice-president,
opened the club in the usual form.
After a brief business discussion to ,
ormulate plans' for our May break- j
fast, the remains of the meeting was
turned over to the Art Department.
We are very pleased to announce that
members are progressing very nicely
with their art work.
We regret that our secretary was
unable to be present, due to the ill
ness of her husband, Mr. Ridley. We
extend sincere wishes for a hasty re
Our president has been on the
sick list for a few days, but at this
report she is able to be up and about
The club adjourned after a stand
ing vote of thanks was extended to
the hostess for her exquisite service, j
Watch for the announcement of our
Vera Graham, President
Frances Ousley, Reporter
THE CHEERFUL BUILDERS CLUB
The club met at the home of Mrs.
Arnold Black, 1923 N. 35th Street.
The meeting was opened with a song ;
by our chaplin, Mrs- Ed. Turner
Prayer was also led by the chaplin.
We next had the calling of the roll
and the collection of dues.
AH the ladies present brought their
blocks for the quilt, and they were
We had as our guest Mrs. Bogus.
A standing vote of thanks was extend
ed to the hostess for her hospitalit”. |
Mrs. B. M. Waddles, President
Mrs- Lee Walker, Reporter
THE WE MODERN CLUB
The Club met Monday, April 1, at
the home of Miss Booker Abrams,
2621 Erskine Street. A lovely lunch
eon was served.
The next meeting of the We Mod
ern Club will be held at the home of
Mrs. Ida Bryant 2518 Ohio Street.
Mrs. Mildred Bryant, President
Mrs. Ida Bryant, Reporter
Have you heard about the Innerclub
Oratorical Contest, which the Trojans
Each club is asked to enter a con
testant. Every club, who expect to
lead in this “Intellectual Age’' will
enter a contestant in this big Inner
The rules of the Contest are very
1. Each oration msst be original.
The contest will be May 9th at St.
Johns Church, 22nd and Willis Avenue,
f you’re in doubt about any further
rforma ion, call the North Side Y. W.
Z- A. (Web. 1539).
Come out and see who will be the
rreatest Orator in Omaha, among our
riubs. Are you coming?
Roberta Pharr, Reporter
HAPPY HOUR BRIDGE CLUB
The Happy Hour Bridge Club, met
?n their regular n ght with Miss Tay
lor as hostess, with all members
present. There was a gust in the Air,
each one was in his and her highest
mood—laughter and jokes preceded
he game. The Club was glad to wel
come Mr. Davis back to the club after
a brief period of business. The Club
assembled to play four changes of
bridge of wh ch prizes were awarded
to Mr. C. McFalls, Miss Daniels. The
consolation prizes to Miss Selectman
nnd Mr. Davis. The Club is looking
forward to having a Bridge Tourna
ment April 18th beginning at 8 o’clock,
'’'his tournament will be given at St.
Benidict Community Home. Prizes
will be in Cash, $2.00. $1.00, 25c. Re
freshments included. For other par
ticulars and reservations call Mr. J.
E. Dorsey, We. 5627. Will see you
rJ- E. Dorsey, President
Mary Banks, Secretary
The We Modems Club gave a No
hostess dinner party at Jim Bell’s
Cafe, Saturday evening, March 30th.
Covers were laid for twelve. The ta
ble was decorated with orchid and
gold baskets filled with delicious candy
and nuts. A large orchid and gold
basket filled with potato chips adorned
the center of the table. The girls en
joyed a lovely fried chicken dinner, as
only Jim Bell knows how to cook and
Those present were: Miss Booker
Abrams, Mrs. Nora Graham, Mrs.
T ucille Trvinc-. Mrs. Will'e Crocker,
Mrs. Mildred Bryant, Mrs. Grace
Washington, Mrs. Dorothv Crocker,
Mrs- Alneda Johnson, Mrs. Zoneta
Walker, Mrs. Mattie Sims, Mrs. Willie
Mae Jackes, and Mrs. Ida Bryant.
HOME LEAGUE SEWING CLUB
The club met at 1:30 p. m. Monda
with only a few members present. A
number of interesting questions were
asked and the desired information
Interesting plans for the advance
ment of the club were offered by
Misses Gra<* and Robertson.
All members are asked to be pres
somo n°w plans. The dues in our
Men! They9re Here!
The New Spring Patterns
in the Value Leaders!
Every pair a combination last to insure
perfect fit—Town Talk shoes come in a wide
selection of lasts and patterns. Only at
The Nebraska at $5.
Wing Tips - - Straight Tips - - Plain Toes
Calfskin - - Kid Leather - - Buckskin
CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN
2. Each oration must not exceed
10 minutes in length.
3. Each oration must be about the
club are only one cent per week, and
just imagine the things we can do
M. EL Martin, Reporter
THE MODERN ART CLUB
The club met at the home of Mrs.
Calhoun, 2408 Maple Street. After
the usual period of embroidering a de
licious two-course luncheon was served
Everyone had a very pleasant time.
The club adjourned to meet next
Wednesday with Mrs. Christine Alt
house, 2422 N. 22nd Street.
Mrs. Wlla Johnson, Reporter
THE FRIENDLY SIXTEEN BRIDGE
The club met at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Johnson, 2106 N. 29th
Street. After the business meeting,
we played three or four games of
Every one spent a lovely evening.
M. Avant. Pres dent
R. F. Adams, Reporter
THE BEAU BRUMMEL JUNIOR
The Junior Beau Brummel club
gave a social at the home of James
McAllister on March 30th. Those who
attended pronounced the affair a great
success. They were Misses Ellen
Walker, Mercedes Moore, Odessa
Stanley, Ella Mae Powell, Nadine Sim
mons, Dorothy Westfield, Elaine Meice
Messrs. David Steven, John Wood and
Jasper Cole. Club members present
were Marvin Kellog, Herman Steven,
Milton Moore, Russell Lewis, Ike
Carey, Eugene Rice and |James Mc
THE SOCIAL BRIDGE CLUB
The Social Bridge club met Thurs
day, April 4, at the home of Mrs.
John Moore, 1218 S. 17th Street. The
hostess served a dainty luncheon.
We had as visitors, Mrs. Lee Birda
Arnold and Fannie Lue Levison.
First prize went to Mrs. Beulah
Nowling and the second to Mrs.
Josephine Davis .
We all spent an enjoyable evening. I
Mrs. Mr- tie Payton, President
Mrs. Washington, Reporter
The S. N. W. Club met at the
home o^ Miss Thelma Morton of 1843
N. 21st Street., April 6, 1935. The
club was entertained by Miss Morton
and Mr. Wili am Harris. After the
opening business of the Club, one hour
of progressive Whist was pla ed. Mr.
Johnny Whidbv taking first prize and
Mr- Elmer White the booby prize. A
delightful luncheon was served and a
pleasant time was had by all.
The T.e-Tres-Meilleur Bridge Club j
entertained the Friendlv Sixteen
Bridge club last Saturday even'ng at
the home of Mr. Earl McCutcheon.1
2630 Blonde S'-roet. Three changes
of bridge were played during the even
The next meeting will be on Wed
-m~dar evening af the heme of Mr.
"homas Stamps. 2702 Erskine Street.
Thomas Stamps, President
Robert Redden, Reporter
PORO HAIRDRESSERS CLUB
Poro Business Hairdressers
lub met at the home of Mrs. L Hard,
"’he members had a lovely surprise
rogram for the President, Mrs. Al
erts Michael, who had missed sev
eral meetings because of an extended
»isit, in the South with her brother.
A lovely repast was served by the
Mrs. A. M'chael. President
Miss Ann Michael, Reporter
THE NEIGHBORHOOD MOTHERS’
The Neighborhood Mothers’ Club is
progressing quite nicely. The Moth
ers are coming out to the meetings
and are showing a great interest. The
Mothers and kiddies are looking for- :
ward to an Easter Egg Hunt, which :
will be the Monday after Easter. All i
Mothers and kiddies are invited.
DARLINE DUVALL WITH EVA
The now famous Eva Jesse
choir is touring the south. Re
cent reports are that his organi
organization is meeting with
much success, having appeared
before capacity houses in the
leading cities of Texas with some
returns still to do.
Omaha is particularly interest
ed in this group of singers, be-'
cause she is represented in one of
the sections by one of her daugh
ters, who gained prominence here!
at home singing in the choir of
St. John’s A. M. E. church and
other organizations. Most of the:
grown-ups know Darline Duvall.
She has made good with the
afore mentioned group, being one
of the sixteen composing the
Mrs. Ethel V. Webb, who has
spent most of the minter in Ft.
Worth, Texas, attended one of
the choir’s recitals, visited with
Miss Duvall and wishes to pass
the good news on to the home
ONE BIG NIGHT
St. Phillips’ one night carnival will
be given by the Auxiliaries of the
church at St. Benedict’s, 2417 Grant
Street, on Thursday evening, April 25,
1935, at 8 p. m.
Quilt To Be Presented
The Dorcas Club will present the
prize quilt to the lucky one on the
same evening. Admission is free.
Mrs. T- P- Mahamitt is in charge.
i /AM the school
1 ^ B? Dr. ALLEN G. IRELAND
Pkuutmd mud Heuilh Educrn/rum
Nmut /i*i«| U*e Dmp+rtmtut #/ Pm kin Imitruftiu*
Learning Health For A
The idea is not new, but it took
«i ingenious teacher to put it into
The place was a small high
school. To make up
nearly every student
had to participate.
Their opponents, the
larger schools, had
the advantage in
numbers and facil
ities. But the spirit
was there, so they set out to make
up for their shortcomings. And
they did it by making a thorough
study of healthful living.
The principal of that school told
me that every pupil knew and ob
served the rules of nutrition.
Smoking was taboo. Dances and
parties were shortened, more study
was done at school, and the radio
wm turned off at a stated hour
when the importance of sleep was
I learned. Candy and sodas were
: definitely out. Colds received early
care. In brief, it was just a case
of common sense application, with
out overemphasis. Anyway, it
Next week Dr. Ireland will die- ,
cuss the large subject of play
ground accidents and how to avoid
KEEP YOUNG AND BEAUTIFUL
IF YOU WANT TO BE LOVED!
Read the Ads in the OMAHA GUIDE
HELP YOU MORE
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SEE MRS BRO*N
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WHY DONT YOU TALK. If THAT'S PlSHT.
SY TELEPHONE ? A \ GW'
THE TELEPHONE SAVES A
MOM’S ENERSY, AND WEU,
Before you start on on er
rand, think of your tele
phone. Let it save your
steps and energy. Use it
for getting things done . . .
and for chats with friends.
The more you call them,
the more they will call you.
Jackson Brothers and Ora Washington
By Arthur P. Chippey, Secretary A. T. A.
Ton Ralfgh’.N- C- A?rii Hth—The ratings of the American
, 11IS Affocia ion for the year 1934 have just been released
through the office of the Secretary of the Association. Serving
°"t”e Rating Comnn tee with Miss Laura V. Junior, Philadel
phia Chairman are: Dr. Andrew L. Jackson, Providence Ft I
E. Harold Hopper, East Orange, N. J., A. E. MacDowel’l New
1 ork City, ami Dr. L. E. McCauley, Raleigh, N. C.
The C. I. A. A. Tennis Ratings, which have already been
published, were not compiled by this commit ee and are not
official. They will not appear in the 1935 Official Bulletin.
1 Nathaniel Jackson, North Caro'ina, Winner Na.ional Tour
nament, Winner Florida Ooen Tournament.
^ -Harmon Li ch, N. Carolina, L'inalist National Tournameent,
Winner Southeastern Sectional Tournament, Winner Nor.h
Carolina Open Tournament, Finalist West Virginia Open
3— Byre Saith, New York Semi finalist National Tournament,
Winner New York-New Jersey Open Tournament.
4— FVanklin Jackson, North Carolina, Semi-finalist Na.ional
Tournament, Finalist Forida Open Tournament.
5— Richard Hudlin, Missouri, Quarter-finalist Na ional Tour
nament, Winner West Virginia Open Tournament, Semi-final
ist Southern Sec ional Tournament, Semi-finalist New York
New Jersey Open Tournament.
6— Currie Russell, Florida, Quarter-finalist National Tourna
ment, Quar.er-finalist Georgia Open Tournament.
7— J. Marion Carpenter, Illinois, Quarter-finalist, National
8— Gerald F. Norman, Jr., New York Quar er-finalist National
9— Hastings Russell, Florida, Finalist Georgia Open Tourna
ment, Semi-finalist Florida Open Tournament.
10— Herman Marrow, New Jersey, Semi-finalist New York-New
Jersey Open Tournament, Winner New Jersey Closed Tourn-su
11— J. B. Garrett. M. D. Alabama.
12— Logan McWilson, New Jersey.
13— C. W. Graham, Oklahoma.
14— Alfred Walker, Maryland.
15— C. 0. Hilton, New Jersey.
16— H. 0. Matthews, M. D. Alabama.
17— E. D. Dowing, D. D. S. Virginia.
18— —H. A. Whit ington, Maryland.
19— J. L. McGriff, jr. Virginia.
20— W. E. Jones, Maryland.
21— G. A. Mina, New York.
22— Tommy Walker, Illinois.
23— Reo Miles, Illionis.
24— Reuben Crawford, Pennsylvania.
25— Sylvester B. Smith, D. JL). S., Pennsylvania.
1— Nathaniel and Franklin Jackson, North Carolina.
2— Richard Hudlin, Missouri and C. W. Graham, Oklahoma.
'■j—Reo Miles and Tommy Walker, Illinois.
4— Solomon Worde and Herman Marrow, New Jersey.
5— L. C. Downing, M. D. Virginia and Harmon Fitch, North
6— J. L. McGriff, D. D. S. and J. L. McGriff, jr., Virginia.
7— J. B. Garret., M. D. and H. O. Matthews, M. D. Alabama.
8— Wilbur Clarke and Ciaybourne Norris, Illinois.
9— -Albert Bishop and Reginald Hawkins, Pennsylvania.
10— Logan cWilson and Theodore Cousins, New Jersey.
1— Miss Ora Washington, Pennsylvania, Winner National Tour
nament, Winner Southeastern -Sectional Tournament.
2— -Miss Lulu Ballard, Pennsylvania, Finalist National Tourna
ment, Winner New Lngianu Open Tournament.
8—xVlrs. Fraces Git.ens, x\ew York, Semi-finalist National
Tournament, Winner New York-New Jersey Open Tournament.
4— Mrs. Linma Leonard, New Yors, Semi-finalist National
Tournament, Finalist New York-New Jersey Open Tournament,
finalist Southeastern Sectional Tournament.
5— Mrs. Martha Davis, New Jersey, Quarter-finalist National
Tournament. Seim-fiualist .New York-New Jersey Open Tour
nament, Winner New Jersey Ciosed Tournament.
b—Miss Roumania ePieis, Washington., D. C.
7— x\lrs. Rhoda Smith, New York.
8— Miss Margaret Peters, W ashington, D. C.
9— Mrs. Bertha Isaacs, British West Indies.
Id—Mrs. EloLse T. Wrigth, Maryland.
11— Miss Grace Cunningham, North Carolina.
12— x\lrs. Beulah Hayes, \ irginia.
13— Mrs. Susie Madison, New York.
14— Mrs. Myrtle Crason, Georgia.
15— Mrs. Josephine Gibson, Maryland.
1— Theodore Cousins, New Jersey.
2— Warren Weaver, Maryland.
y—-Hubert Eaton, North Carolina.
4— W illiam J. Willis, Jr. New Jersey.
5— ^lIenry Johns, Virginia.
6— Berkley Burrell, Washington, D. C.
7— James Madden, Virginia.
8— Walter Stroud, North Carolina.
9— Ernest McCambell, Alabama.
10—Royal S. Weaver, Jr., Pennsylvania.
1— Fred Johnson, New York .
2— C. W. Furlonge, M. D. North Carolina.
3— J. F. N. Wilkinson, Washington, D. C.
4— L. P. Hilton, New Jersey.
5— Charles Williams, New York.
1— Miss Ora Washington and Miss Lulu Ballard, Pennsylvania
2— Mrs. Elise Conick, New York and Miss Anita Gant Wash
ington, D. C.
3— Misses Roumania and Margaret Peters, Washington D. C
4— Mrs. Eloise T. Wright and Mrs. Josephine Gibson Mary
o Mrs. Mai j Smith and Miss Laura \ . Junior, Pennsylvania.
1— Mrs. Emma Leonard, New York and Dr. C. 0. Hilton New
2— Mrs. Elise Conick and Eyre Saith, New York.
3— Mrs. Martha Davis and Henry Williams New Jersev
4— Mrs. W. E. Ewell and W. E.’Ewell, D. D. S. Illinois!
A1}113 Gant> Washington, D. C. and L. C. Downing M
D. Virginia. s’
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