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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1936)
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA 1
-H. M. FLINCHES. EDITOR
Mr. George Gooch of Sharon
Springs, Kans., returned to his
home Saturday after a six
weeks visit with Mrs. Nathan
iel Gilbert and other relatives.
Mrs. Lmcinda Givens and Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. A. Givens were
the dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Wade Green, Omaha, on
Sunday, Oct. 18th.
To Make Their Home Here
Mrs. Naomi Porter and her
nephew, Mr. Frankie Porter, of
Sharon Springs, Kansas, will
make their home in the city.
Mrs. Porter is a sisteer of
M ns. Nathaniel Gilbert and Mrs
Mr. Fred Caldwell of Cleve
land, Ohio, is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Vernon Williams.
Tabernacle Home Mision Circle
The Tabernacle Home Mis
sion Circle will meet Friday
with Mrs. Fannie Fountain.
Mm Maggie Strother has
moved from 239-18 Ave., to
Mr. Sam Taylor is on the
Mrs. Ruth Floyd has gone to
Coffeyville, Kansas, for a short
Mr. Sherwood Gay, of De
troit, Mich., is visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Gay.
Donald Spires will give a
Halowe’en party on Thurslay
night. Sixteen of bis friends
will join in thP night’s merri
Miss Gtehaldfue Reeves and
Junior Reeves will give a par
ty at their home on Hallowe’en
The Jolly 5 gave a Hallow
e’en party Saturday, Oct. 31,
at Eagle Hall.
Mis Lula Mae Hall gave a
party for the larger children
of the W.P.A. School Saturday
night, Oct 24th .
•Mr. Herbert Parks, who has
been very ill, is improved.
Mr. Alfred Berry’s condition
is only fair .
Mrs. Winston, of Lawrence,
Kansas, is in the city visiting
her brother, Mr. Alfred Berry.
Suffers Fall While at School
Pearl Lena Beamons, (laugh
ter of Mrs. Maggie Strother,
who received a fall Oct. 16th,
while playing at Longfellow
School, is improving. Pearl suf
fered bruises about the face.
The Mothers’ Board of Tab
ernacle Church met Tuesday,
Oct. 27, at. the home of Mrs. W.
Mr. Vinson Carter, 1710 S. 3
St. is still c^n the sick list.
Messrs. Henry and Tubbie
Matthews, of Missouri Valley,
la., attended the dance at the
Eagle Hall Thursday night.
Council Bluffs Agents For The
Omaha Guide Are
Mrs. Clarence Oliphant, 2456- 6 Ave
Little Savoy, 1408 W. Broadway
Miss Mary Teal, 1810 S. 10 t.
Miss Odessa Russell, 1201-16 Ave.
See Your Nearest Agent and Buy
Buy A Guide
Keep Posted on Local Race News.
Entertain Members Of The
Loving Four Quartette
The Misses Ruth Harrold, Lay |
ra McCurry and Lula Mae Nall (
entertained Messrs. Eoland,
Shennan and William Cooper,
members of the Loving Four
Quartette, Tuesday, Oet. 20.
at the home of Miss Harold.
The young ladies were guests
of these young men Sunday,
Rev. W. J. Spires, jr., preach
ed at Cleave’s Temple Sunday
morning, Oet. 25th.
Bethel Center gave a Major
Bowes Amateur Program FVi
day, Oct. 30th .
An “Ugly and Noisy March’’
wasgiven Saturday, Oct. 31, at
the Bethel Center.
The splints have been remov
ed from Mrs. Sylvia Brown’s
injured foot. Although it be
comes painful when she stands
on it too long, Mrs. Brown feels *
that this injured foot is slowly]
but surely mnding.
Republican headquarters have
been opened at 1310 W. Broad
way, Mrs. Jennie Moore, chair
woman, will be in charge.
The Cleverettes will be en
tertained Sunday, Nov. 1, at the
home of Miss Lula Mae Hall.
HOLLIS ART CLUB
BALL A SUCCESS
A goodly number tripped the
light fantastic toe at Eagle’s
Hall Thursday night at a dance
sponsored by the Hollis Art
King and Queen land their
court. Special numbers were
given by Messrs. Harold Key
nolds and Clyde Hopkins, Om
aha. Among Omahans attend
ing this dance were Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Burke. Music was
furnished by a three-piece or
chestra from Omaha.
The Volunteer Republican
Club met on Wednesday night J
Oc. 28. There were out-of-town j
speakers sent from the Chicago
Bethel Credit Union held its
Bank Night meeting Tuesday,
Oct. 27, at Bethel Center.
Cooperative Consumers club
meets every Wednesday night
at Bethel Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Simms
of Omaha are making Council
Bluffs their home. At present,
they are residing with Mrs.
"a!'-or. 25.35-4 Ave.
• is is an employee of
the International ITarveester Co.
Meet The Proud Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Hurlen Harvey
2218-5 Ave., are the proud par"
ents of a baby girl bom Mon
day, Oct. 26th.
Mr. Harry Wilson, of Des
Moines, spent the week-end in
the D. M. Dixon home.
o.o Jersey City, N. J.
MRS. HARRY NORMAN
4827 S 26 St. MA 0957
Cleverettes Tea Swank Affair
Sunday, Oct 25, saw the |
L'leveretteis making their for- !
mal how to tin* public in a tea
given at the home of Mrs. Jax.
White, 1400 Ave. G.
Many beautiful lights aided
in decorating the living room.
The pretty rainbow which had
the word “Cleverettes’’ on
either side was placed on a
mirror. Gorgeous yellow chrys
nnthemutns and pretty candles
were to be seen on the buffet
in the dining room. On each of
the nine Cleverettes reposed a
lovely corsage of roses.
The niiip Cleverettes present
were beautiful in formal attire.
That you who were not there
might get a picture of these
gorgeously attired ladies, let
me describe their gowns brief
ly. Miss Lula Hall was lovely in
a beautiful blue velvet with me
tallic trimming; Mrs. Inez Wil
lis pretty in a lovely pink and
blue; Mrs. Viola Reynolds was
gracious iu black satin; Mrs.
Thelma Lytle delightful in a
light blue floor length formal;
Mrs. Geraldie Haynes, demure
in a two piece yellow formal
with a black taffeta tunic; Mrs.
Novella Cage lovely in a light
blue with the new high neckline
Mrs. Gertrude White graceful
in black velvet ; Miss Corinthia
Harvey stunning in one of the
newer shades of blue with a
tunic and Mrs. Leonard Haw
kins girlish in black silk with
rose colored velvet sleeves.
The table was laid with a
beautiful embroidered lee" f»ioth
On it were candles bearing out
the color scheme. Mrs. Inez
Willis, the president acted as
hostess and poured; assisting
her were Mesdames Thelma
Lytle, Geraldie Haynes, Viola
Reynolds, Gertrude White and
Misses Corinthia Harvey and
Lula Mae Ilall.
Some fifty guests were ser
ved from the guest table.
Visiting in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Campbell, 1508-8
Ave., were little Bettie Jean
and Ernest, jr., Burke of Oma
Birthday Party For Mrs. Wilson
A birthday party was given
Monday, Oct. 26, for Mrs. Mar
tha Wilson, 1310-7 Ave. 12 or
more persons joined in the cele
Hallowe’en Party Given
The 20th Century Civic and
Art club gave a Hallowe’en
party Friday night, Get. 30, at
the home of'its president, Mrs.
John Mills, 2748 Ave A.
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Samuel Kant, Pastor
Morning sermon was preach
ed by Rev. Kant. Sunday seliool
at the regular time. The church
attended Union Mission service
at Rethel Sunday afternoon. No
night service was held.
BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH
803 . 18
Rev W. M. Clayton
Mrs. Rebecca Hockaday, Rep.
The church closed a great ser
vice o fsong conducted by the
Loving Four Quartette, of Om
aha, Sunday, Oct. ‘2f>. There
were twelve queens contesting
tin this great financial dtriVe.
The largest amount raised by
the king and queen of Europe,
Mr. Edward Walker, king, and
Mrs. Wiliam Clayton, quen.
The king received a beautiful
shirt and the queeen a fine dres.
Total amount raised during the j
ten nights meeting was $222.58. |
Paper was read by Mrs. eRebec'i
ca Hockaday thanking all fori
the service rendered—subject,
“Give Honor tto Whom Honor
Is Due.’ We have not words to
express our appreciation to our
most excellent pastor for the
work he is doing for God in the
Mrs. W. Shaffer has been
confined to her bed for the past
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Brown
of Omaha, and Miss Helen
Young, of California, attended
the ITolis Art Club dance on
Thursday, Oct. 22.
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(’rushed velvets are also popu
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be worn for dinner or dancing.
If you have an old felt hat
twist a bow of bright colored
velvet around it. It is chic and
quite the latest. There’s a lit
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head like a coronet and tyisted
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the head is bare, to display a
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