The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, December 12, 1936, CITY EDITION, Page TWO, Image 2

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    SOUTH OMAHA NEWS NOTES
WOODSON CENTER NEWS
“Christmas Forum''
Sunday, December 20, 1936
Speaker, Rev. I>. W, Stephen
son, pa/st or Allen Chapel, A.M.
E. Church, subject: “World
l’eace.’’
Mr. David Riddles, presiding:
DisseUssion leader, Miss A1-.
ice Coleman.
Miss E. Franklin and Mrs.!
Ray b: c Jones will stage a
children’s pageant at the For-j
uni .
Open House, Wed., Dec. 23 ,
Woodson Center will hoi I its
annual “Holiday Open House
beginning Bee. 23. In tli even
ing, Young Peoples Croups will
stage a play and social in the
Settlement Cym, 31 and 0 Bts.
Clubs and class s of the House
will bold an exhibit of haudi-j
work and other activities.
Mrs. Margaret Bolds, City
Missionary <d Bethel Baptist
Church, gave a very interest
ing talk on High Cultured Wo
manhood at the Pilgrim Bap
tist Church, 25th and Hamilton
St., the past Sunday afternoon.
..Mrs. Lillian Bryant of Schuy
ler, Noli., is visiting In r daugh
ter, Mrs. lends Harris, 2810 W
street.
Mrs. Mabel Rogers and Mrs.
Willa Robinson entertained at
a party Saturday, Dee. 5, at the
home of Mrs. Robinson, 5710 S.
28 St. Twelve or more persons
joined in the evening’s merri
ment
Mrs. Lillie Johnson of Kan
sas City, Mo., is expected to ar
rive in the city to spend Christ
mas with her mother, Mrs. Mar
garet Bolds, and sister, Mrs. K.
Montgomery, 5407 S. 28 St. —
Mrs. Josephine Jones is ill in
a local hospital.
Raymond Alexander, 562G S.
24 St-., is ill.
Mrs. Karlen,e Combs, 3119 R
St., who has been ill at a local
hospital, has returned to her
home.
BACK ON THE JOB
Mrs. M. L. Rhone, of the
W’oodson Center, who has been
ill for the past week, is able to
be on the job again.
TO SERVE ON PETIT JURY
Mr. J. C. Harris, Sr., of the
Harris grocery store, 5224 So.
30 St., has been drawn to serve
as petit juror in the district
court beginning Dec. 14. This
is the third time Mr. Harris has
served on the jury.
Messrs. Abe and Goldie Hous
ton. 28 and 11 Sts., are enjoy
ing a visit from their brother
who is here from Arkansas.
Mr. Simon Vines, 2(533 Z St.,
plans to go to Marianna, Ark.,
during the holidays to visit, bis
children.
Mr. W. C. Mallard, 5217 S. 29
St., who spent a week in Chi
capo visiting friends and rela
tives, has returned to the city
Miss Bernice Saunders, 540£
S. 28 St., who recently under
went an operation for appedi
citis, is reported as being in fail
condition.
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Dorsey Oliver,
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Mrs. Margaret Bowles
6407 S. 28 St.
INFANT WOODRUFF DIES
Andry Woodruff, infant,
daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. E.
Woodruff, 11220 11 St., died on
Saturday, Dec. f>, at the atfe of
two month* and twelve day*.
Service* were held Tuesday,
Dec. H, from the home.
Jlahy Woodruff had heea ill,
hut was on the road to recovery,
when she was found smothered
Saturday morning.
Correction
Mrs. Nancy Chnncey has gone
jo Bakersfield, ('alii'-, inst ad of
Kansas, us was previously re
ported.
l.ittle Fiances Starks, 5217 S.
2U St., is ill.
Mrs. I*. M. Harris, 3324 Park
er St., who has bei n confined to
her bed for several weeks, is
now up again.
Mrs. Thelma Ball, 13 st., r
turned Thursday, Dec. 3., from
Milwaukee, Wis., where she was
called by llw> death of her mo
ther.
Mrs. Velma Givens Lee re
mains very ill at a local hospi
tal.
NEW ARRIVAL
Mr. and Mrs. Henry, 12lf> Pa
cific St., are the proud parents
of an eight pound boy bom on
Tuesday, Dec. 1.
GATEWAY QUARTETTE
CLOSES PROGRAM
Gateway Quartette closed a
successful three day program
at St. John Baptist Church on
Friday, Dec. 4. Among the per
sons winning prizes was Mrs.
Johnson, wife of Rev. ,E. D.
Johnson, who was winner of the
grand prize, a beautiful lace
table cloth. Mrs. Johnson was
successful in raising the most
money every day during the
three day program. A lovely
sugar and cream set was won
by Mr. Fred Aldridge, who gave
it to Rev. Johnson.
Mrs. Katherin t Shoulders of
Paola, Kansas, is in the city
visiting her mother, Mrs. Yel
m Givens Lee, who is ill.
SAFETY PIN CLUB
The Safety Pin Club will
meet with Miss Annul*, lie Lyles
2715 R St., on Sunday, Dec. Id.
Bethel Church closed a suc
cessful rally Sunday, Dec. (>.
Some $228.00 was raised.
St. Louis Registration
Up Twenty Percent
In Four Years
St. Louis, Dec. 12 (ANP)—While
registration of white voters was
rising only 8 p«r cent in he past
four years, that of colored voters
took a 20 per cent advance, accord
ing to figures released last week by
the election board.
For the presidential eampaigr
this year, there were 55,470 Ne
groes and 366,907 whites on th<
registratian books as compared wit!
46,100 Negroes and 341,077 white:
in 1932. Colored voters comprise*
13 per cent of the city’s entire vot
ing strength.
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MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST
CHURCH
Rev. J. P. Mosley, psstor
Morning service was conduct
ed by the pastor after which
was Covenant Meeting. Night
nerviee was great. Rev. Mosley’s
sermon was taken from 1 Cor
1 H2(i, subject “Remembrance’’,
after which was the Lord* Sup
I r. Attendance was good, with
! a few visitors.
ST JOHN BAPTIST CH RCH
Pierce Street
Rev. E. D. Johnson, Tastor
Himdny School was held at
the usual t in . Attendance was
good despite the iiiclci’ic it
weather.
Rev Bilbr vv nncl c-ongre i
tion of Sab'in Baptist < lur'd
Vvcre present in lb 1 afternoon,
at which time R- v, fort, local
sermon vva taken from 1 I'or
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Rev Wm. II Adams, Fastor
Morning and night sermons
were preached by the pastor.
Attendance was fair.
Claude Bowers ‘Shows
His Colors’ A^ain
Chicago, Dec. 12 (ANF)—Claude
Bowers, a former newspaperman,
author of “The Trngic Era,” and
present’ U. S. Ambassador to Spain,
lived up to his reputation among
colored people and again showed
his colors recently when he left his
summer home in the bombarded
city of San Sebastian, taken ater
by the Spanish Fascist—and de
parted for a more neutral and saf
er zone. Bowers, book “The Tragic
Era,” written about the Reconstruc
tion period of the south, shameless
ly villified Negroes and glorified
the whites. It brought forth a great
deal of comment from fair-minded
Americans of both races who im
ediately placed him in the same
category with Thomas Dixon, jr.,
and other »f his clan who use Ne
gro-baiting as their means of gain
ing public notice.
Ambassor Bowers, now a. w. o. 1.
in France or some other country,
left stalwart Enic C. Wendelin.
third secretary, in charge of the
United States embassy in Madrid,
who has ably directed the diploma -
tic work in the Spanish capi'al and
jcare of endangered Americans in
(civil war torn Spain. Third Secre
try Wendelin has done his job well,
I in contrast to his chief, who left the
I imperiled Americans from all sec
tions of the country sincerely hope
that deserved recognition for his
patriotic service and fortitude and
that the State Department will re
ward him with a permanent port
folio to Spain—perferably that to
Mr. Bowers.
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SOUTHERN TENANTS UN
ION SATISFIED WITH
HEW GOVERNOB
Little Rock, Ark., Dec. 12 (ANP)
- Satisfaction with Governor-Elect
Carl E. Bailey’s attitude toward
the fundaen'al right* of tenant far
mers to organize Tuesday was ex
pressed by representatives of the
Southern Tenant Farmers Unior
who Tuesday called on Bailey and
held an hour’s conference.
’■'ise v ho took part included
Gardner Jackson, chairman of the
national Committee on Social R-iral
Nanning and Washington repre
■ -ontative of the union; H. L. M’t
chell, Memphis, executive secretary
I Newell Fowler, Memphis, union at
jtorney, and Howard Kester, organi
j zer and member of the executive
! < ommitteHt.
The union was particular desir
ous of k-arning Bailey’s attitude be
cause of last s wing cotton choppers
strike and charges of violence and
terrorism against union members
carried out by local and state offi
cials, and the recent conviction of
City Marshal Peaher of Earl on
slavery charges.
Governor Visits At
Prairie View College
Prairie View, Tex., Dec. 12
(By N. B. Edward for ANP)—Al
though Prairie View is the larges*
Negro school in Tex. and one of the
foremost lund grant schools in the
country, it had its first visit from
R governor of the state Tuesday,
Dec, 1st, when Governor James V.
Allred and his party made a visit to
the school. A holiday was declared
so the student body might greet the
governor.
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Accra, G°ld Coast, West Africa,
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Ben Nnamdi Azikiwe, editor of thel
Morning Post, published here, hasi
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\ where he also taught until three j
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