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AFFAIRS ^O-0-C-l-©-a,-y ^ ORGANIZATIONS
Mrs, Bessie Mullen, 2615 Ham
iltoTi, is ill.
Mrs. Ethel Good, 2427 Charle
is on the sidk list.
Mrs. Jewell Bryant, 2810 Char
les St., is on the sick list.
Mrs. Percy Mae Hoyle, living ir
the Walker apartments on 22n<
street, is very ill.
* Mrs. Elinor Haynes, 2859 Corby
St., who has been ill for several
months remains the same,
Mrs. S. A. Simmons, 2522 Char
les is greatly improved after hav
ing been overcome by gas.
Mr. James Edmonds, 2212 Clark
St., who has been ill for some time,
is now able to be up and around.
Mrs. Calhoun, 2424 Maple St.,
entertained the Texas Centennial
singers at a luncheon on Monday.
Miss Violet White, of Denver,
Colo., arrived Sunday for a visit
with her sister, Mrs. L. L. McVay,
2868 Corby St.
Mrs, Evelyn Dodson, from Okla
homa City, is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hodge, 2628
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Banks, 2616
Burdette street are the proud par
ents of a 7 Ms pound boy. Mother
and son are doing nicely.
The Pokeno Club extended their
courtesies to the house guests of
Mrs. McDaniels with a theatre par
ty on Saturday ‘afternoon.
Mrs. Mintha Brown entertained
at a 10:00 o’clock breakfast on
Friday morning at her home in
honor of the house guests of Mrs.
Mr. Wayman Booth has return
ed from visiting his mother in
Dennison, Tex. He left his two
sons there to make their home with
Mrs. C. L. Lindsey, of Colorado
Springs, Colo., left Thursday, Sept.
10, for her home ‘after a two weeks’
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Net
tie McDonald, 2517 Franklin St.
R. C. Knights, N. 1). Knights
were called to Perry, Okla. on Sat
urday evening on account of the
sudden death of their sister, Miss
Gladys Knights. They will be gone
for one week.
A Committee from Lincoln, na
mely Rev. O. J. Burckhardt, Mrs.
Trago McWilliams, Mrs. Rosa Arl
an, Mrs. A. F. Chatman and Mr.
O’Neal, were in the city to consult
the Federated clubs in regard to
opening the Federated property in
Lincoln for an old folks home.
On October 8 the Harvest Home
Benefit Dinner for the Colored Old
Folks Home will bo held at the
Masonic Hall from four until eight
p. m. Price twenty- five cents
Reservations for clubs, private
parties and individuals will be tak
en at WE 6021 and WE 1769. Get
your reservations early.
The Metropolitan Busy Bee club
met Tuesday, Sep. 8th, at he re
sidence of Mrs. Grizzard, 2012
Grant St. Mrs. Kellogg was host
ess for the evening. The meeting
was opened with devotions, busi
ness was transacted annd delight
ful refreshments were served my
Mrs. Dorene Holliday and Mi's.
Marjetta Dawson entertained with
a 5:00 o’clock bridge dinner at the
beautiful home of Mrs. Holliday in
honor of Mrs. Hazel Flournoy, Miss
Martin, Mrs. Britton and Mrs.
Charleston. After a delicious din
ner three tables of bridge were
played. The guests received lovely
The Ladies’ Household club held
its annual picnic at Elmwood park
on Labor Day, Sept. 7th.
Those present were Mr and Mrs.
King and grandson; Mr. and Mrs.
R. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hill,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Foster, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Moms and family, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Payton and family,
Rev. and Mrs. Crowder, Mrs. Rob
bins and sister and Mrs. Johnson
of Philadelphia, Pa.,and grandson.
Thomas Hayes, sister of Mrs. R
Thomas, president of the dub, was
also there. An elaborate dinner wai
served. The husbands present ex
pressed their appreciation by giv
ing a cash donation to the dub.
Rev. P. J. Price's condition i
. reported as being very poor,
' Eugene Rice has entered his firs
year at Technical high echool.
Curtis Brown entered his firs
year at Technical high school.
Mrs. Ella J)<ran, 2516 Hamiltoi
1 street is sick in the Nicholas Seni
Mr. Will MeKinzoy, 2827 Sewarc
street, is out of the hospital and ii
I little John McClain, small Ror
of Mrs. Sadie McClain, 2608 Ham
i ilton street, has boon very ill for
1 some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Saddler
, entertained the house guests ol
I Mrs. Fred Mcl.'aniels with a dinner
at the Midway Cafe.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell,
2H10 Charles St. have gone to Los
; Angeles, Calif., to live for the win
er. They will visit their daughter,
Mrs. Jean Bradford.
Mrs. Minnie Bridgewater of
South L'akota, has returned home
after a ten day visit with her mo
ther, Mrs. Lizzie Givens, 2726 Se
Mrs. Nueton Hayes who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. S. A.
Simmons, 2632 Charles street has
returned to her home in Dallas.
Mrs. Beatrice I .aster and daugh
ter, Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
I/Ogan 'and Mr. Harry Payne mo
tored to Lincoln Sunday to visit
Mrs. Norah Beck.
Mr. and Mrs. Booker Oliver and
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ford from
Oklahoma City, Okla., are visiting
in our city. They are stopping at
2623 Seward St.
Mrs. Florence Branch entertain
ed guests from Co'ffeyville, Kan.,
with a delicious dinner on Satur
day evening with cock bails pro
ceeding the dinner at the home of
Mrs. Mayme Thomas.
Mr*. Virginia McGee, 2626 Sew
ard street, and company, Mr. Hol
ly, Mr. and Mrs. Curry Stewart
•and son, ami Erwin Underwood
motored to Lincoln on Sunday.
They report a lovely time.
Misses Alvida and Anibena Dan
iels stopped at the home of Mrs.
Ida B. Sears, 2612 Parker St., on
their way to Kansas, their home,
after visiting in Souix City. Mrs.
Sears is the aunt of the Misses
Monday night will mark the end
of the engagement of the Loving
Four quartette, which quartette
has been rendering a program at
Paradise church for some time.
They report a wonderful success,
boh spiritually and financially.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
If any one fears that there is
danger of the I. D. Peoples Mis
sion falling we wish to say that
this matter was cleared up in the
city council chamber on Sept. 10th.
here is no danger, so continue to
attend our services.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Koss and
tlieir two daughters, formerly
of Omaha but vho have been
living in Momllton, Arkansas,
have returned to the city to
live. They will live at the home
of Mrs. Johnson, 1716 N 27tli
St., Mr. Ross’s sister.
A delegation from Omaha went
to Lincoln Friday to meet members
of the Davis club on business ol
the Federated Clubfc home, said
delegation includeU, Mrs^ Vers
Graham of the Modem Priscill*
club; Mrs. Mae Jackson of the Eu
reka Art club; Mrs. Luvetta Bush
of the So. Omaha Civic Women’s
club; Mrs. Leoma Gray, chairmar
of the board; also Mrs. Olive Jack
son who visited Mrs. Walretti
Young while in Lincoln.
| Big Bus excursion to Lincoln
| for the purpose of attending
I the annual AME conference.
=J Leave Oct. 11th at 8 a. m. and
|j returning in the evening. Fare
I reasonable. For information
I call WA 1817.
s Harlem Play Girls
To Play Dream
I land Sept. 25
- The Harlem Play Girls, an all
women orchestra has been engaged
to 'play a dance at Dreamland Fri
1 day, Sept. 26th. This organization
1 is under the direction of Edie
Crump. This orchestra has achiev
ed considerable popularity through
out the entire west, central and
southern states. The Harlem Play
Girls consist af 14 versatile girl
musicians, the only race organiza
tion of the kind touring the Unit
ed Sates. They are now returning
I from a west coast tour by way of
j Salt Lake City, Denver, Omaha,
Minneapolis, Milwaukee, and Chi
Rev. Foster Goodlett, 2726 Bin
^ ney, is on the sick list.
1 Mis. Mury Jones, 1513 N. 28th
St., who has been ill is recovering.
MisH Catherine Gibbon, 2420
i Caldwell street, is on the sick list.
Certificates are given for the
completion of each course—regis
■Mrs. Norman visited the Dallas
Centennial. Bnnoute to Omaha,
stop was made in Seminole, Okla.
Mr. Hums Scott, 2885 Miami,
left Monday night for Chicago
where he will spend his vacation.
The Apostolic Faith has opened
its mission at 1709 No. 24th St.
Siister Ann Slaughter is the leader.
Literary classes (in South Oma
ha) held Mondays 7 to 9 p. m. at
the Woodson center, 30th and R
Mrs. Lavida Ervin, 2859 Wirt
gave a breakfast Sunday morning
in honor of the Texas Centennial
Conversational English on Fri
days, 10 to 12 a. m. and also on
Fridays, 7 to 9 p. m. at the YWCA.
22nd and Grant Sts.
Mrs. Marie Stuart, 1705 No. 24th
■St., is improved. Mr. Stuart has an
art store which is a credit to the
Mrs. Bernetta Cleveland gave a
break cast Saturday morning in
h"ncr of Mrs. Hazel Flournoy,
Miss Katherine Martin( Mns.
Clurleston ami Mrs. Britton, all of
The younger set of Clair church
is amazingly interested in amuse
ments that help to strengthen them
i physically as well as mentally.
Friday night, Sept. 18th is Fun
Night on the church lawn. Lots of
wit and humor is to bo displayed.
On Sunday evening at 0:00 o’clock
here will be a debate subject, re- j
solved that, machinery is a hinder- 1
anee rather than an asset to hu
manity.” Debaters are wanted.
Come and enter the contest. Pastor,
Rev. Gonwell, is able to resume
his work again. His sermons on
last Sunday were interesting as
Dept. BO K-8 Memphis, Tenneetic
8^nd me at once the free MagIcTncense, 3
Murprlse presents and big money making
St ree t_____
JOHNSON DRUG CO.
We Fill Relief Prescriptions
WE. 0998 .. 1904 N. 24th St
AMERICAN WIENER SHOP
2509 N. 24th, Street.
BEST CHILI AND BEST
RED HOTS IN
ALL KINDS of SANDWICHES
|i COFFEE JOHN’S i
J 111 So. 14th St. J
■ | Biggest 10c Meals In City «|
J Everybody Welcome !■
[enters OMAHA UNIVERSITY
MISS ETHEL TERRELL
Miss Ethel Terrell entered Oma
| he Municipal University on Sept.
14th to study Social Science. Miss
Terrell plans to study three years
in Omaha Uni. and then take her
I last year in Northwestern univer
sity. Miss Terrell is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Price Terrell.
As we go to press, word comes
to our office th-at Rev. P. J. Price,,
pastor of Pleasant Green Raptist
lehurch, passed away Wednesday
morning at the County hospital,
after 'a brief illness.
Associated Club Entertains
The Associated Club board en
tertained Presiding Elder Rev.
Rurbridge, of Atchison, Kas„ Mon
day, Sept. 7, at the home of Mrs.
Alice Seals, 2(>02 Parker St., who
is president. Present were some
twenty-six persons. A lovely five
course dinner was served and en
joyed. Two young ladies saw that
each diners wants was satisfied.
During the evening, an extreme
ly interesting and instructive les
son an the Prodigal Son was taught
by Mr. L. C. Crawford, Bible tea
cher of Mt. Nebo Baptist church.
FORMER OMAHAN GREATLY
IMPRESSED WITH CITY
Mrs. Rena Rivers, of Peoria, 111.,
spent en days here visiting her
sister and brother-in-law, Rev. C.
E. McGee, 2521 Blondo street. Mrs.
Rivera is a former Omahun, having
lived here 22 years ago. She was
greatly surprised over the great
improvement and the progress that
Omaha has made. After quite a
sight-seeing and shopping tour, she
returned to her home last Thurs-J
day evening, having enjoyed herj
stay so greatly that she plans to
return for the Christmas holidays. I
J. B. SIMPSON
Now offer the season’s new
fall fabrics, tailored the way
you like them. Smartest, pat
terns. latest styles. Call C. II.
Davis, The S'mpson Man.
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Telephone Service, Candies
and Soft Drinks
2416 Lake St. JA 0044
Mrs. J. Gaston, 2911 Seward St.,
Mr. J. P. Bruce, Albright, return
ed home after a three months’ vi
sit in Texarkana, Fort Worth and
Cass County, Tex*as.
Mr. Jordan W. Wrainwright,
3032 Emmet St., was called to the
south at the death of his father.
While there he will visit other re- !
Mrs. Lucy Tinisely of Manfield,:
Ohio is visiting in the home of Mrs. j
Clarence Davis, 1612 N. 26th St.
She expects to return to her home
about Sept. 20,
'Hie Mitzie Girls Club gave a
very lovely breakfast Sunday ‘at
the home of Mrs. Bessie Peoples in
honor of Mrs. Hazel Flournoy,
Miss Martin, Mrs. Britton and
Mrs. Charleston, of Kansas. Mrs.
Flournoy is a former member of
the Mitzie Club.
Miss Katherine Martin, Mrs.
Hazel Henry Flournoy, Mrs. Eva
Martin Charleston and Mrs. Ada
Brittan, all of Coffeyville Kans.,
left Tuesday morning for home
after spending a week visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
McDaniels. They were the recip
ients of many social courtesies
during their stay in the city.
Mrs. M. W. Lindsey of Colorado!
Springs is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Cleo McDonald, 2517 Frank
Mrs. Robbie Turner entertained
the Pokeno Club with a one o’
clock luncheon on Wednesday. The
honored guests were Miss Martin
and Mrs. Floumey of Coffeyville
Kansas, and Miss Lillian Jackson
of Alabama, guest of Mrs. Wal
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2512 N. 24th AT 3036
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Mrs. Cora Jackson. 2616 Grant
St. is very ill in the hosipital.
Mr. Randall Roberts, 1711 N.
28th St. has recovered and is able
to return to his work.
Mra. Dorothy Jackson of Sioux
City, la., is visiting her mother,
Mrs. Lucille King, 2927 Franklin
Mr. G. B. Moore, 2431 Mamilton
St., has recovered from a fractur
ed knee received on June 27th form
a falling cake of ice.
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Hicks ofj
Des Moines, la., were the week end |
guests of their brother and sister
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hicks,
2814 Seward St.
Miss Alice Smart, who has been
visiting her uncle, Mr. Leroy Rob
bins, and other relatives for the
past two months, returned to St.
Reedus Academy, St. Louis, Mo.
Miss Cleota LaBell and Mr. Har
old Robbins, of Milwaukee, Wis.,
spent a week visiting Mr. LeRoy
Robbins and other relatives.
Miss LaBell is an outstanding
beautician in Milwaukee. Mr. Rob
bins, brother of Mr. LeRoy Rob
bins, is a musician of note At pre
sent he is arranging music for the
various Milwaukee orchestras.
IMPERIAL CAFE 1
Vollie Saunders, Mgr.
Open under new management, j
Good food and service with a
smile. Open from 6 a.m. to 6 ^
p.m. 106 S. 14th Street.
Local and Long Distance Moving
Furniture and Piano Moving.
2217 Cuming St. JA 6562
Paint, Glass and Varnish
We do glazing and make w indow
shades to order
1822 24 N. 24 WE 1607
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TuLULA PIE AND
Individual pies 5c, each baked
fresh every day.
Large pies baked to order 25c up
All kinds of Sandwiches served
Buy your Barbeque by the
WE 0689 2422 Burdette St.
Gas and Motor Oils
Alemite Grease Job 59c
Special, Car Washed 49c
2303 N. 24 St.
WANTED TO BUY
100.000 Pounds Brass, Cop
per, Lead and Aluminum
50.000 Auto Radiators
Are We Buying? You Bet!
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— if printed in one book — would
be much larger than all telephone
directories in Europe combined
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all other places in the United States were combined in one
book, it would be about one and one-half times as large as the
combined telephone directories of all Europe . . . even
larger than the combined telephone directories of all the rest
of the world.
In proportion to population, the people of the United
States have six times as many telephones as Europeans and
make nine times as many telephone calls. Such great and
widespread use of telephone service in the United States is
evidence of its high quality, its great value and its low cost to
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