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SOUTH OMAHA NEWS NOTES
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McGill and Davis
2516 Q Street
J. C. Harris Grocery Store,
6224 S. 30 St.. .MA 0741.
6709 S. 29 St. MA 2678
Mrs. Margaret Bowles
6407 S. 28 St
Little John Jeffrey, 5410 S.
28 St., who has been ill for a
wee k, is up again.
Mrs. Lillie Mae Tinker, 5410
S. 28 St., is out after a week’s
Mrs. Julia Caldwell who has
been ill, is improving.
Miss Margaret Sears, daugh
ter of Rev. and Mrs. I*. J. Sears,
is now attending South High.
M iss Sours came to the city on
ly recently from Henderson,
Mrs. T ii Ilian Hilton am! baby
daughter have returned home
from University Hospital.
Mrs. E. McGill, who has been
ill, is much improved .
Servces For Chas. Hawkins
Funeral services were held
Monday, Jan. 11, from Myers;
Chapel for Mr. Clms. Hawkins, |
Sarpy County, whose body was
found on South Omaha railroad
tracks. The decdascd was an!
Armour Packing plant employe.
Mrs. Beatrice Lett, S. 29 St.,
idled Friday .The remains were,
•hipped to Topeka, Kans.
Mr. E. Rogers, 31 and Q Sts.,
is ill at the County Hospital.
Bubber Hawkins, 6210 S. 28
St., is ill.
Miss Mary Frances Elleby is
visiting her mother.
Mrs. Josie Jones, S. 30 Ave.,
has returned to the city after
spending the holidays with her
mother in Alabama.
Miss Helen Hodges, 2211 Rail
road Ave., became the-1 bride of
,Mr. John Riley on Jan 7, Rev.
S. Rhone officiating.
Mrs. Alberta Johnson, 6622 S.
32 St., who has been ill, is im
Mrs. S. Rhone of Woodson
Center, is still on the sick list.
Mrs. Leona Starks and five
children are ill with influenza.
Mr. James Andetrs, 31 and R
St., is confined to bed with in
Mr. Hilbert Sampson of Ft.
Riley, Kansas, has returned to
his home, after a five day vis
it with his brother, Mr. Neal
Rev. Adams and children who
haae been ill, are now able to
Hats Cleaned and Blocked.
Alterations land Relining.
If it can be cleaned, we will
J. D. HINES, Prop,
2523 Q STREET
8 Months Old
90 PROOF WHISKEY
80 PROOF WHISKEY
28th and Q St, MA, 1018
Union Memorial M. E. Church
Sunday saw a goodly num
ber of persons at the Sunday
School and ehureh service. R v.
Adams brought the morning
message. No afternoon or even
ing s rviees were held.
MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST
5210 Smith 101 h St.
Rev. J. P. Mosley, pastor
Jam s Smith. Reporter
Morning sermon whs preach
ed by llie pastor as was 1 h*
night sermon. Attendance was
Little 1) L. Rose, 2824 S St.,
who has been ill for the pan
week, is improved.
RITE‘S FOR WM. HELM
Funeral services wer*c held'
Saturday, .Taw:. 9, at Al'en’s
Ohapel for Mr. William llelra.
who dind Wed., .Ian. (5, at the
home of bis daughter, Mrs. (*hris
Riddles, 25 and R St|i., Rev. I).
S. Stephenson, officiating.
Aside from his daughter, the
deceased leaves one sister, two
grandchildren, other relatives
and a host of friends to mourn
M rs. David Hamilton and
family are ill with colds.
Mrs. Frances Hamilton and
little DeWitt Hamilton, 3115 Rj
St... who have been ill, are im
Mrs. Annette Hampton has niov
ed from 3115 R St., to 3008 II
St, at the home of her sister,
Mrs Hdl Rrenkfield.
•I. C. and .faint's Prater, sons
of Mrs. C. M. Prater, 2509 Jef
ferson St., are ill.
The Mines Fleam rs, located
at 2523 Q St., offer the public
service in hat cleaning and
blocking, alterations of any sort
and relining and repairing of
garments. Suits for men, wo
men and children may be e1 can
ed- in their dry el ailing depart
ment. They carry an excellent
line of men’s and ladies’ hand
kerchief. Used clothing for sale.
See their h an iful neckties. Do
not put it off longer—visit ihei-r
PEOPLE’S LIQUOR STORE
The People’s Liquor Store, lo
cated at 2fith and (J St., carrier
a complete linp of liquors, gins,
wines, etc., at low prices. To
give them a trial is to become a
customer. Watch their ad on
this page for specials which
they will offer from time to
time. In addition to the above
named goods, the People's Li
quor Store offers to the public
a lino, of tobaccos, cigarettes
Mr. Lloyd Crocker, attorney,
was successful in gaining for
Mrs. Hazel Sampson, a suspend
ed sentence, thus making it pos
sible for her to spend her Xmas
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For women, order Formula No, 33
Every order shipped same day re
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axxl l^mrtys at the Table
Table conversation should be |
j rh , n'ul nd pleasant and of such '
I that everyone may take part A
hostess will endeavor to give each
guest a chance to talk- She will
a il discussions of unpleasunt to
pics as an operation, a serious »e
cidcn1, fihh, etc, On > should avoid
'o td a gunients. It is therefore,
desirable n< t to discuss political or
religious b -lief when strangers are !
< h‘. rful conservation makes a
successful meal. It always is a firs I
aid t« good digestion. Each mem I
ber at tly.j table is responsible for I
oii uprig'/u a*- iill' utwif > ii*|
lounK" in ho chair <*r lean on tho
able- Do rot twist your feet around
tho run,gs of tho chains. It is best
to keep the elbows off the. table, j
Cetw en courses, it is permissable
to f un on y<»ur elbows vliile. talk
ing. This custom prevails in public ;
eating places where ndse makes it
difficult t > hear the conservation of
others at the ab'e. in eating, keep
our i Rows fairly dose ° your si !e.
Don't Interfere with your neigh
Keep tho table cloth dean- Avoid
rr’ts anti unnecessary crumbs.
When silver is once used, never
rest it o<n the table cloth, as is n<>
longer perfectly clean. Place such
silver on tiho plate <>r saucer where
ft Is safe from causing a possible
If asked to pass food, place the
serving slider in the dsh if there is
any, and pass the dish to the one
next you. Have the handle conven
ient for him to take. The hostess
may say, “HI lp yourself to the
bread and pass it” In that case
only, Ihelp yourself first.
Tidiness of personal appearance
Is never at a higher premium than
at the table.
Never put your fingers in y°ur
mouth at the table, nor pick your
teefih. Do not touch or arrange,
your hair. Do not stir your food
all together befod? beginning to
eat. Y|Vur plate must never look
In case of acciden simply ex
press a regret; be not ten) profuse
Tho hostess must change tlhe con
servation so as to cover any em
burrnssn|-nt only increases the
awkwardness of the situation.
If asked to express a choice of
food do so, at once. If not, take
what is served without comment.
Do not show a dislike for any food
4 rvcvl lest the hostess be uncom
fortable. In case you do not care
for a course, do not refuse it. Take
**v small portion and try to eat some
of it By more attention to the con
si rvati<m your dislike will not b-'
Who mouth should not be too full,
ns it is often necessary to reply to
some question. Take small bites.
A grains Vashon
Grade School Site
St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 16 (A.NP)—
With t'h'o formal application by the
B"ard of Education this week, for
closing one block of Cardinal ave
nue, adjacent to Vashon high school
in connection with the Board’s in
tention to erect a grade school on
the site, citizens here are renew
ing their efforts to halt the project
and have the school built elsewhere
i They have objected to the site for
■ the grammar school because of its
I crowded condition and because it
is both unsatisfactory and insuffi
cient- to meet the needs of the dis
trict. The dispute may ultimately
come before Ulie board cf aider
men, 'f ■ he application for closing
the bb>ck is a; ; r ved by F. J. Mc
Devitt, director of streets and sew
Mr. Berthctar Williams. 2814
R St., who has been ill in th«
hospital, is now out again.
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MISS LUE SWAEZ
Miss Lue Swarz, 909 N’. Thcr
street, St. Louis, Mo., who
made good in a brilliant dram
atic recital art Kentucky State
College recently. Miss Swarz
was presented by Beta Zeta
Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Al
pha Sorority and the college Ly
ceum Committee. She appear d
in Hume Hall before more than
five hundred lovers of the dra
ma and her impersonation of a
French mademoiselle, of So
journer Truth, ajt Apache flap
per, and other characteriza
tions were enthusiastically re
Her m'ain solo-drama, From
Poet” in four acts, depicting
the life of America's first col
orol woman poet, Phyllis Who t
ley, was depicted in, an elabo
rate display of costumes, that
American Waif to American
Boston, Jan. 16 (C)—Dr. Si
las F. Taylor, state director of the
Dcmocr-Oic drive in the recent
campaign. was conffmed as a
member of the State Parole Board
Washington, Jan. 10 (C)—The
famed Tenth U. S. Cavalry from
Ft. Meyer, Va., will march in the
Presidential in augural parade on
Jan. 20th. This machim? gun troop
will march to the. music of their
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Miss Swarz made her second
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