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B. CALDWELL HAS BIRTHDAY
B. Caldwell was the recipient «)
a special number dedicated in hon
or of his birthday S.nday evening
at the Harlem night club played
by Red Perkins and his orchestra
On II i .• J> lay afttei nooti, I \ b
18th, Mrs. Zella Broadus was the
recipient of a very deliglitful sur
prise birthday party given by her
son, Shuler Barksdale, at her re
sidence, 2412 Ib'skine street. Am
ong these present were Mrs, Gladys
Pullum, scretnry of the Northside
brnnch of the Y, W. C. A.; Mrs, G.
Stamps. Mrs. C. Bates; Mrs. E. Mo
Goy and Minn Amanda Burdette of
Los Angeles, Calif., who was the
house guest of Mrs. Bates. Gen
eral topics of current events were
discussed and also topics relative
to the work of the Y. W. C. A. Af
ter this, a very delicious luncheon
W’* served, The guests departed
wishing Mrs. Broadus many more
happy birthdays and declaring Mr.
Barksdale a very gallant host.
Little Daniel Raney ctdebrated
his 9th birthday on Feb. 24th.
CHLPVlftATES 55th BIRTHDAY
Mr. J. W. King celebrated his
fifty-fifth birthday Sunday, Feb.
28th at his home, 1636 No, 21st
street. Tbose present on thi" hap
py occasion to help Mr. King com
memorate his birthday were Mr.
Albert Clayton, Mrs. J. King, Mr.
Wm. Perkins and Mr. George New
SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN
REV. J. H. REYNOLDS
A delightful surprise party was
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H. J. B. Grocery
Full line of Fre»h Fruits and
Open Sundays and Evenings
3116 North 24th St.
“We Employ Three Colored Men”
and Ur sure •( a
No charge for extra passengers
Bonded Drivers Fully Insured Car*
THOS. J. CASEY
President and General Manager
We specialize in nothing but
Bar-B-Q. Once you try it you
will always buy. Drop in and
see us some time.
24TH and BLONDO
LION COAL CO.
22ND and NICHOLAS STS.
We Specialize on Quality
PROMPT DELIVER *
‘Call The Lion First’
| given Rev. J. H. Reynolds, recent
ly called pastor of Pleasant Greet
| tvp»isi, church, Saturday, Feb. 21
at the home of Mrs. Milton, 1901
! ‘»"o. 28th St.
Rev. Reynolds was the recipient
of many beautiful gifts. Niue dol
! * rs v.-ps received by him also.
Visiting ministers Joinihg in thi
celebration were Rev G. E. Whitt
tt«-v Wilhite, Rev. Green and Rev
The party was soon-wed by th#
I 'Villing Workers club and Pastor'i
Aid of Pleasant Green
Mt'. Willie Howard celebrated his
lorthday Monday night, March l»t.
A host of friends joined him in
M.'. and Mrs. J. C. Carey were
hosts at a party Saturday night,
Feb 27th, honoring their house
guest, Mi** Lind*ay of Joplin, Mo.
Mrs Adeline Rryant, 2432 Par
ker St., who recently gave birth to
a two pound baby in a local hos
pital, ha« returned to her home.
Both mother and baby are doing
fine. The baby now weighs five
A chicken dinner was given Sat
urday, Feb. 27th at the home of
Mrs. Walter Bassett, 1803'/6 No.
21th St, under the auspices of the
St. John Baptist church
It ia reported that Mis* Essie
Taylor and Mr. Lester Carter, of
Omaha will marry Saturday, Mar.
6th nt 8:00 p. m.
Rev. Nabiet of Atlanta, Ga.., was
guest speaker at Zion Baptist
church on Monday, Feb. 22nd Rev.
Nabiet is president of the Baptist
Theological Seminary at Nashville,
Tenn. Rev. Nabiet enroute to
the regional meeting which was
held in St- Louis, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marion, 2036
No. 19th St., are the proud parents
of a new daughter b"rn to them
on Tuesday afternoon at 2 p. m
Mother and baby are doing nicely
Miss Ida Rowland, graduate stu
dent of the University of Omaha,
was initiated into the Alpha Kappa
Delta sorbrity. The Alpha Kappa
Delta is a national honor soror
ity. Miss Rowland will receive her
Master’s degree this year
CELEBRATES 24th WEDDING
Rev. and Mrs. N. C. Cannon,
2634 Seward St., celebrated their
24th wedding anniversary Feb.
24th. Rev. Cannon busy at his re
search work and Mrs. Cannon, a
masseuse, going about her work.
They boast of the fact that they
have neveFbeen separated
WANTED TO BUY
100.000 Pounds Brass, Cop
per, Lead and Aluminum
50.000 Auto Radiators
Are We Buying? You Bet!
If It‘s Auto Parts You Want
It Will Pay You To See Us
First. We Are Here To Serve
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Home of Kangaroo Court
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SOFT, GLEAMING HAIR IS SO
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Rev. Cannon is paHor of the Trin
i it.y Ropti«t church and correspond
'n*; Hirrfary of the New Era Bap
t Convention, office at Maupin
Studio, 1839 No. 24th St.
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THIS STORK CAME
Pom to Mr. and Mrs. James
| Sullivan 2909 Parker St., an eight,
and three-fourths pound baby girl,
; unday February 28th at 11:15 p
rr Dr. Rudolph Rix was the at
tending ph'ician- The mother and
by are doing fine
Visiting & Visitors
Mrs. D. L. Yaney, 2518 Binney
S .. is expecting her sister Mrs.
Idelia Dodd of Coffeyville, Kas., to
’•'sit her for Faster,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Bruce Napier, 221G
No. 27th avenue, spent the week of
Feb. 22nd in Detroit, Mich. Mrs.
Napier has been ill since her re
turn home. While In Detroit, they
visited Mrs. Napier’s sister, Mrs.
Iligbee, Mr«. Sametta Moore, her
niece; and A. T. Nelson, her ne
phew, who all formerly of Omaha.
A very pleasant trip was reported.
Mrs- Rudd of Toronto, Canada
was a visitor at Zion Church on
Sunday, Feb. 28th.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seals and
Mrs, Edith Todd, motored to Kan
sas City, Mo., for the week end.
They will return Monday morn
The Imperial Choir of Zion Bap
tist church gave an afternoon
shower at Zion church on Sunday
Feb- 28ht. It was quite a success.
Rev. Curry, pastor of Zion Bap-!
tint church returned Saturday from
St. Iiouis, Mo., where he attended
the regional meeting of the Nation
al Baptist Convention.
Mr. Joe Milton, 1908 No. 28th
St, has returned from the Kansas
Vocational School to resume his
studies at Central high. He will
live with his mother.
Mrs. Jo»ie liollowell, 1928 No.
26th St-, is visiting friends in Den
Rev. and Mrs. Brown are among
the newcomers to our city from
the flood area- Wc welcome them.l
We extend our sympathy to Rev.
and Mrs. Bro\ | in the h'ss of
their two children in the flood
This couple ^re mlakiHg their
home at 2510 Seward St.
Mrs. Rheta Walker, Minnesota,
who has been visiting her mother
Mrs. O. Walker, 3120 Maple St-,
for the past week, has returned t'1
LADIES AUXILIARY OF THE
AMERICAN LEGION SPONSORS
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Am
erican Legion Post No. 30, spon
sored a tea at the home cf Mrs.
Lillian Williams, 2G22 No. 25th St.,
Monday evening March 1st. A very
interesting program was rendered,
with Mrs. Bosh, district president,
white, making the principle talk.
The affair presented an inter
racial setting in that there were
10 guests present from the sister
auxiliary. After the program was
concluded a very delightful re
pa«s was served by the hostess,
Mrs. Lillian Williams consisting of
o river loaf sandwich, displaying
the very attractive color scheme
of pink, green and white. Devil’s
Food cake, hot bun» and cflffee.1
This wos followed by the partici
pation on the part of all in a guess
ing contest with Mrs. Janie But
ler 2630 No. 13th St., won fir«t
prize which was an angel food cake.
The second prize, that of a sand
wich loaf was won by Mr. Maurice
Hudspeth. 58 were present. Mrs.
Aletha |15radleyj, president; M*rs.
Bessie Preston Sec’y.
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AAA Coal Company
Special Cash Prise— Freeh
Off the Oars.
Deep mined Super Southern
COAL Ton $7.50
Half ton 3.75
500 lbs. 2.05
Mr«. Kin?, 2216 Clark St, will
, entertain the choir nt her home
i '’'\tur.lay evening:. She auk* that
i .Mends meet with them, aa an en
joyable evenin? ij anticipated.
'1 he Welcome Circle met at the
1 re Hence of Mrs. David Brow'n,
j2?I8 Ohio street on Thursday,
Feb. 25th. Mrs. Adelie Seal’, is
TWO NEW CLUBS
Two now clubs were organized
nt Zion Baptist church during the
past month, namely the Rhuebinetts
rnd Busy Bee clubs. Each club has
a wide-awake person for president.
Mrs. Clemmie Reynolds is president
of the Busy Bee club and Annie
May Johnson is president of the
Rhuebinetts. Watch these clubs
The Critic Club Invites
The Critic club invites the gen
eral public to join with them in a
very pertinent question Sunday af
ternoon March 7th at 3:30 p. m
at which time the club will debate
the question “Resolved that mixed
schools are more beneficial in the.
education of Negro youth than
are seporate schools.” The program
will be held at the Urban League
Community Center 2213 Lake St.
The Zion Baptist Improvement
Club met at the residence of Mrs.
E«sie Myers, 2316 No. 22nd St. on
Tuesday evening, Feb. 23rd to re
port on the program and dinner
which was held at the Zion church
Sunday Feb. 21st.
A lovely program was rendered
at Zion Baptist church Sunday Feb
21st by the Los Cantores club, un
der the direction of Miss Ethel
The Junior Auxiliary of the Ur
ban League Center met Monday,
March 1st, at 7 p. m. Business was
transacted for the month of Mar
ch. Mr. Bernard E. Squires will
bo guest speaker of the month
Tho meeting was adjourned by
saying our motto.
The adult classes in handiwork,
such as knitting, crocheting, etc.
and tap dancing are steadily im
proving. Classes in handiwork are
open on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, tap dancing classes art
Monday evening 7-9 p. m. and
Tuesday afSemoon 'and evening.
Persons interested in exexrcise for
reducing will find this to be an ex
cellent method.. New students are
The Crusaders club of the Metro
politan church met at the parson
age at the usual hour. After busi
ness \va-' transacted, visitors were
welcomed. Visiting were Mrs. T.
M. Letcher, Mrs. Woody, Mrs. M
Livingston, Miss M. Redd, Mrs.
Wilson. Visitors are always wel
Many interesting plans were
made for the near future.
We are very happy over our
club's progress and hope you will
continue to pray for our success.
Don’t forget our special service
Sunday, March 14th, at 3:00 p. m.
at the church. Come and see what
we have in store for you.
There will be a Heaven and Hell
entertainment at th parsonage
Saturday March 13th for the bene
fit of the club. Everyone is wel
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WILLING WORKERS CLUB
The Willing Workers club met
Thursday at the home of its pre
sident, Mi-s. Gertrude Mayberry,
2422 Erskine St.
The meeting opened with sing
ing followed by scripture reading.
After the business of the club had
been attended to, the president and
members welcomed the return of
Mrs. Sue Gordon, who has been at
the sickbed of her mother and Mrs.
The club is planning great things
for the church.
After the meeting, a delightful
luncheon was served by Siaters
Sprigcins and Alma Whitting
Tho Autumn Leaf club of Plea
sant Green church held a Patriotic
Luncheon on Feb. 22nd at the home
of Mrs. MoClinton, 2619 Hamilton
St. The president, Mrs. Estella Wat
ters, who was beautifully gowned
in a British tan dinner gown, ar
ranged this beautiful affair. The
decorations were carried out in
patriotic colors. A program in keep
ing with the occasion was render
ed which proved to be a very in
teresting event. Miss Hallie John
son ga'e a very interesting bio
graphy of George Washington
After the program, luncheon waf
served. About 50 members anr
ihicnc'i* Were present. Th presi
dent wishes to thank each one foi
: his copration, especially the girls
who represented the colors. Miss
! Bessie Lee Taylor won 1st prize
Miss Hazel Carrel, second and Miss
i Franes Alford, third. Everyone
was reluctant to leave and express
ed enjoyment at this beautiful af
fair. Visitors are always welcome,
The Sacrifice club of the Bethel
A. M E. Church gave a Martha
Washington Tea on Sunday evening
of Feb. 21st. The tea which was well
attended was a success. Costumed
as Martha and George were Jas.
McRae and John Virgil Rjussell.
A number of the guests were dress
ed in evening gowns. Mrs. McKin
ney and Mrs. Brown acted as host
esses. The guests received small
paper hatchets of red or blue.
The Willing Workers club i»
sponsoring a “Cat Fish Dinner’’ at
2422 Erskine street on March 13th.
There will be a ticket to Hell. This
entertainment Is sponsored by Mrs.
E. Johnson and Mrs. O. Forrest at
On March 14th, the Crusaders
club will close the drive at 3:30 p.
m- Rev. Green from the Church of
God will deliver a sermon. We in
vite you to come to church and
hear these programs.
Mr. Eugene Bell and Miss Bell,
2823 No. 31st Ave., are getting
getting along fine after an attack
of the flu.
Melvin Walker, son of Mrs. Ollie
Walker, 3120 Maple St., has been
removed from the hospital. He is
Mrs. Adeline Moore who is ill
in a local hospital, is slowly im
Tho little infant of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathaniel Tate, 2921 No. 21st St.,
who has been ill with pneumonia is
getting along nicely. He celebrat
ed his first birthday on the 26th
Little Charles Coston, son of Mr.
and Mr«. W. J. Coston, 2717 No.
28th Ave., has been ill but is fully
Mrs. Lizzie Kennel, 2414 Indiana
Ave., is reported on the sick list.
Mr. C. H. Shelton, 2520 Grant St-,
is ill in bed with influenza. At
this writing he is resting nicely.
Miss Marjorie Ross, member of
the Girl Reserves club of the North
side Y. W. C- A., is ill.
Mr. Burnell Johnson has been
ill for quite some time. We wish
for him a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Mary Hayes, 2637 Frank
lin St. is ill.
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Mrs. Minnie Nelson, South Oma
ha, is attending her sick daughter,
Mrs. Wise, 2727 Franklin St.
Littlo Freddie Wesley, 2726
Burdette St., has had the pneumon
ia but is quite improved at this
Mrs. Ethel Morrow, 2638 Hamil
ton St., is improving after a seri
ous illness. Mrs. Mprrow wants the
continued prayers of the people.
Mrs. J. Graham, 3007-30 St., is
very ill at this writing. We wish
her a speedy recovery.
Mrs. A. Calloway, 2201 No. 27th
Ave., suffered a fractured knee in
a fall while at work the past Fri
day. She is under a physician’s
care at present.
Mrs. Calloway’s daughter, Nor
ma is also on the sick list.
Mr. A1 Harper i» very ill at 816
Pacific St. He would appreciate
having his friends call.
Mrs. Mary Alice of 2627 Charles
St-, is on the sick list.
Mr. Foster McClinton, 2619 Ham
ilton St., has recovered from recent
Mr. Chas. Oliver, 2419 Parker St.,
! is ill.
Mrs. Alice Landrum, 2428 Se
ward St., who has been ill for some
time, is now up and happy again.
Mrs. Majorie LaMay, 2417 Se
ward street is ill.
Mr. M. C. Sands, 2122 No. 25th
is confined t'i his home.
Mother Harper is greatly improv
ed at her home on 2213 Grace St.
She would be delighted to see
her many friends.
Miss Evelyn Gant, of 2621 »,6
Lake St., is confined to bed with
tonsilitis. She hopes to be able to
return to school the coming week.
Mr. Lawrenc© Carter is improv
ing after an illness of two years.
He hopes to be able to go to work
Mr. Carter is at the old address,
2623 */& Lake St.
Mrs. Amna Green, 2213 Clark
St., is very ill. She asks your pray
Mrs. Bell, 2216 No. 26th St., who
has been very ill, is improving.
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The many friends of Mrs. G. E.
White, who has been confined in
a local hospital for some time, will
be glad to know she is making
Mr. Phillip Robinson, jr-, 2008
No. 27th street, was taken sudden
ly ill. He is confined to his bed.
We hope he will be able to be out
soon. His friends wish for him a
School of Cookery
2110 No. 25th St.
Phone WE 4129
Crab Au Gratin
2 cups crab meat
1 cup soft bread crumbs
Vs teaspoon salt
One-fourth teaspoon paprika
One fourth teaspoon celery salt
1 tablespoon chopped parsley
One third teaspoon dry mustard
One-third teaspoon cayenne
%cup butter, melted
1 cup milk.
Vi pound sliced swisg cheese
Vs cup sherry wine
Mix all ingredients but wine and
cheese and place in shells. Bake for
20 minutes in moderate oven. Take
out, pour a little wine over each
shell place a slice of cheese over
each one, run under flame and
brown cheese. Serve at once.
Hawaiian Cabbage Salad
1 1 lb. head cabbage
2 c. diced pineapple
% c- shredded almonds
Vs c. shredded cocoanut
One-fourth t. cayenne
1 c. celery
6 stuffed olives
Shred cabbage, mix pineapple,
almonds, celery, nuts. Season with
salt and cayenne. Keep very cold
until time to serve, then mix in
cream dressing and serve on let
tuce. Sprinkle with cocoanut and
decorate with strips of pimento
and sliced olives.
Food for the Gods
1 pound English walnuts
Vs pound dates
2 cups sugar
1 tablespoon of rolled cracker
2 teaspoons baking powder
6 eggs beaten light
Cut dates fine, chop nuts, add
cracker crumbs, mix with sugar
Add baking powder, and last the
six whites of egg stiff. Bake in
moderate oven a half hour. Serve
with whipped cream.
311* North 24th Street
Specialized Auto Repair
Service by expert Workmen
Call or See Mr. Jorgensen
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WOODSON CENTER NEWS
Woodson Center celebrated Ne
gro History Week with a very ap
propriate Negro History Forum
last Sunday at five o'clock. Th
program was as follows; Commun
ity singing, Negro anthem. 15 min
utes discussion of Current events.
Reading by Miss Anna M. Miller.
Girls cimral led by Mrs. R. Jones
sang *,Let Us Cheer the Weary
Thaveller,” with Miss Willis
as pianist- Short talk by Miss
Margaret Burgess on ‘Norm Wo
men History.” Instrumcn • ’ duett
by Misses Ruth Norman and Evelyn
The address of the evening was
delivered by Mr. Milt<n Johnson,
who spoke on: “C.rvirtunities for
Negro Youth in Business and Pro
fession.” This was followed by a
10 minute discussion led by Miss
Althea Franklin and a piano solo
was rendered by Miss Addie Fox
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