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SOUTH OMAHA NEWS NOTES
Mrs. Eugene McGill, Mrs.
Alice Moore and Mrs. Rector
left Thursday for Arkansas.
Mrs. Rector and Mrs. Moore
are residents of that state ; Mrs.
McGill will take a course of
Trinity Baptist Church is
now located at 2522 St. Rev.
N. C. Cannon is its pastor.
Mrs. Gallic Beck of Wei et
kn, Okla., is visiting her sister,
Mrs. T exannn Williams.
Mr. Fred Tolies, I! Ft , who
has been confined in a local
hospital by illness, has now re
turned to his home.
MISSES LYi.ES ANP
Miss Annabelle Lyl's and
Miss Stella Mae And* rson were
host esses at a party T'r rs'a
Oet.22. at Miss By I s’ residence,
2715 R Street, The guest list n
eluded some two ty-fi e per
sons. Music was furnish d by I
Mr. Lein Oliver, of this city. j
Mrs. Mabel Booth, 2723 R St..!
who has been very ill, is im
proving. Slip is still confined to
Red Circle girls sponsored a
masquerade party at Ret he!
Baptist Church on Oct. 30,
Mrs. Janie Neewman, S St.,
is very ill in a local hospital.
Mrs. It. Suddeth, 5320 S 29,
entertained some fifty of her
friends at a party Sunday night.'
Fire In Ross King Homee |
Fire at the home of Mr. Rosa
King, early Sunday morning. I
resulted in slight damage. Mr.1
Kzell Tyron, who rooms at thei
King residence, received a cutj
hand while rendering assistance!
Mr. King was out on a hunt-j
ing trip at the time of the fire, i
Mr. Suddeth, 5320 S. 29th St.,.
who accompanied a party of
men on a hunting trip, reports*
he was successful in hogging |
tin* limit of pheasants.
Mrs. Sylvia Whiteside, 2917!
R St., is on the sick list.
Rev. TV M. Harris is proudly i
displaying a recent photograph
of his grandchildren, children
of his son, Mr. Klevenstinee Hari
ris, who resides in New York
Mr. N. S. Littlejohn, 5318 S.
31 St... whose toe was broken in
an accident at a local packing
house, reports his toe to lie jm
proving. However, it will be
some three or four weeks before
he will be able to return to his
Mrs. Womack, 33 and r Sts .
has two sick children.
- ■ ■
Mrs. Anna Hell Hack of Keir,
tucky, is in the city visiting rela !
tives and friends.
“Son’Tyson, 30 St., is on the
sick list. Mr. Tyson has been ill
for the pa*>t two weeks.
tv HUNT PHEASANTS
Mr. Webb together with some
other hunters, returned from a
recent hunting trip. lie reports
that all in the party, with the
exception of one, were success
ful in bagging the limit of
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Progressive Thinkers Meet
Rev. G. E. Stevenson, pastor;
of the Pilgrim Baptist Church,
15th ami Hamilton St., was tin*
guest speaker for the Progress
ive Thinkers Club at a meetitv
Oet. 20, at the Woodson Center.
So impressive was his message
that at the end of the meeti g. a
man came to the club’s ailvi or.
Rev. P. M. Harris, and said in
his belief Rev. Stevenson must
be a giant in his pulpit, it u
that from the impression ma'1
upon hint, he wa- going to mal e
a change in his way of liv u
Said he, “The principles of t’i
club have become a part of me,
and will he a means of guid
ante throiighlife for me.”
doshua I lend »rs'»n, Pre ;.
J. C. Mart is, jr.. Secy.
The Harlem Pees ; a c a Ha1
lowe’en Party t. : 0, at th
Woodson Ccntr .
d. C. Haiti . jr., (leraldine
Sunday at 4,00 p. m., saw the
first n fa series of programs in
the Youth Forum. This program
included Community Singing,
Discussion led by d. 0, Harris
jr., Announcement of Future
Forum Activities by Miss Ella
Franklin, Violin Selection bv
Miss Evelyn Battles and Intro*
duct ion of Ministers and their
wives by Mr .Ralph Alexander.
One of the highlights on this
program was the address made
by Miss Ruth Allen, Education
al Diretor of the dewish Com
munity Center.Among the oth
er things related by Miss Allen
was the fact that there were
no Jews on the City Relief
they are being taken care of by
TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH
2522 Q Streeet
Rev. N. C. Cannon, Pastor
Come out and worship with
CHURCH OF GOD IN ClIKiSI
27th nnrl It Sts
Elder A. I)- Carter, Pastor
There was good attendance at
Sunday School. There was no
preaching in the morning. HU
dor Carter preached at night to
a goodly number of persons.
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
Eider G. E. Hayden, Pasta '
The morning sermon was de
livered by the pa tor. Elder El
lison of Kansas City, who is cor
dueling a revival for us, proa I
ed the night sermon. Attend
ance was good. The meetings
will continue throughout the
UNION MEMORIAL M E
Rev tVin. H- Adams, Pastor
Rev. Adams preached the
morning sermon. Rev. Baas, pas
tor of Cleaves Temple, preach
ed at 3:00 p. m. No night ser
vice was held.
Union Memorial’s Govern
ment Raly was a success.
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. P. J. Sears, Pastor
Rev. P. J. Sears preached at
the morning and night service.
No afternoon service was held.
Attendance was good the entire
day, with a number of visitors, j
JUDGE FOSTER SEEKS
TO FILL VACANY ON THE
DISTRICT COURT BENCH
Judge Charles E Foster, who ser
: ved fourteen y*'ars as judge of the
municipal and districts courts, has
had the judicial background needed
in one who is to be a judge.
Judge Foster has 'always taken
Hme out of an extremely busy life
In the legal field to take part In
those civic e'tJvit’e* which have
helped ip i>ui]d! - u hs community
and ■ id'jte
n *• n*w exls In" on
> * e"»N Judge Foster
r.e-|'‘ t- be elected to fill that va
, I • e -M-r eo e. ability and
. >• he* lnm the logical
HOWARD KENNEY P. T A
HOLDS SECOND MEETING
*l" • " cut- >a he-r Ass’n of
TV ' r 1 Ken < • • re -f d he'd its
second m eting ’ bur >day Ort 2*2 1*1
nt 8,f>0 p. m- et !(• *■••*»> | K n.vdy
school- 1 he guest speakers were
Lt Pet P ■ ne of th" Safety i Utrf I
Dr, ]'• ve • A i * i s n. superinte
i ’ t'. •' " V \V: and l)r. Her
1 • ' iv:r Service or •’
! , ; . .. i . -mli -nv sc’e-t'on •
ho .|, i If ( ■ 1 i-ffirers ai'1 *1:
Ju! . vr.'lrmrs, vice i r" di*ert; M'ss
J'd tin rh.-if man, second vice p-e
shlent; Mrs. Florence Branch, re
cording secretary; M ■» Do ">*’•
t'ry, I'oi'"'espondinr; secretary n '
Mrs Buelah Neely, treasurer Th"
next meeting will be announced inj
a later issue
MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST
Rev. J. P. Mosley, pastor
Rev. Mosley preached in the
morning using as Ids text,;
“Making an Effort to See Je
Sunday School was held at
the usual time.
The J OG o’clock services by
Mission Circle were in charge*
of Rev. Banks, pastor of Para
dise Baptist Church. There
were many vi itors.
B'.Y.P.P was held at the us
Night service was in charge
of Rev. Mark Marion, visiting
Mt. Olive will begin a reviv
al Nov. 1. which will last ten
days. Rev, E. P. Breen of ()!
turnwa, la., will conduct th<
Republican Nominee for
His record in 1931 and
1932—in the face of bank
failures and financial up
heavals—warrants his re
election. Honesty . . . im
partiality . . . efficiency
are his platform. Vote for
a wise, conscientious pub
T. W. BASS
PERRY M. WHEELER
ELECTION-NOVEMBER 3rd, 1936 :
NORTH OMAHA PUBLISHER
RUNS FOR COMMISSIONER
Twenty-five years ago. W J
“Bill” Norman rjuit a good job as j
/printer and decided to go into busi
es for himself. Establishing a
shop at 24th and Ames, he took
'ver the Benson Times and later
es ablished the North Omaha Boo
st"? and built them up until the
papers now have a combined cir
culation of more than .10.000 anr^
are well and favorably known
throughout nattonal newspaper cir-:
cles He has a pay roll from twenty-!
five to thirty employees and knows |
r ri’t It is to meet It In good times
Although Mr. Norman has been
n fieri in the civic and eommer
1 . l'fe of Omaha for thirty years,
hi has paid special attention to
N 'th Omaha wh 'reiri his business
is located ard where he owns ome
fin1' real prr*r>ertieg.
A 1th itgh Mr Norman has always
l"ad an active life* In the affair of
Omaha, he has never be»n a can
'idat ■ for public office until in
Me .' wl *>n a great number of fri
ends V'h", kn' w his qualities urged
him to b toome a candidate for the
rty (orrimisslon lb- finally gave
t . the urge of his friends and
> nominated at the primaries by
. ’ "ns -me majority c.vhr his noar
nmetiter and :r now a can
’■l f i f. r eloetl • i:i N tvemb r
: m n d. a n ’ tician,” says Mr.
' ■’nan “but when ■ rosed by in”
’ iend- who were interested in bet
ter connty management., I allowed
my name to be presented for the
n reinnlion ’’
Mr- Norman believes that the I
r.im" sound business methods use 1.
in the management of a successful
• ’ ive'o business can be used in
public business, and If elected, h"
Intends to use the business logic j
nnd business principles which have
mrdo his careerjn Omaha an out
tinding one In^tho printing indus-'
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD
35 Years in Public Service in
the City of Omaha.
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Nebraska A. M. E’S
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 30—AND
—The annual conference of the
African Methodist Episcopal
church held in Quinn (Jhapei
came to a close Sunday. The
conference was presided ovei
byBishop Noah W. Williams,
newly appointed bishop to the
Fifth Episcopal District. Bisho,
W. T. Vernon, superintended
of Western university, Quin
darn, Kansas, delivered the or
Merle Smith and Mr. Martin
were ordained deacon-: Oliver
Butler was ordained eld r. Two
children of Mr. and Mrs
Rt»fh were christened h,T Rist*
n*' ,,Ti]lia’>1 = .
Wiliams made manv
'■'iji"'v in Ms "unointment
C* A T ftH'T
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD
His Record Deserves His Elec
tion to the District Bench.
Quinn Chaped was transferred
to the N'ortli Missouri confer
ence. Ttev. Long at the close of
the service expressed his appre
ciation to the congregation for
the gifts presented him and Mrs
Long as a token in return for
the threP years of service ren
dered here as a pastor.
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