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III— ■■ II ■HUBI I I I m I I 11 I ■ I ■! - II !■ ■ ■ “The Door of Expression” — — Edited by ‘UNCLE GIL’ iMHaaaninHnnHnHHnnuH
Guidite May Day Festival Committee Hold Meeting
Gather ^ o Make
The May Day Festival Commit
tee met at the YWCA in person or
by proxy with Miss Ethel Jones,
gtnonal festival director, presid
ing- The members ol the com
mittee made up of the sponsors of
the junior dhoir directors of the
city are as follow's: Mrs- Eulu Bry
nt, Miss Helen McWhorter, Zion
Baptist church; M.rs. Christine Alt
houae and Mr. Alpha Van, St. John
AME church; Rev. and Mrs. John
S- Williams, Hillside Presbyterian
dhuroh; Rev. and Mrs- G- E Steven
son, Pilgrim Baptist church; Mrs
F W. Cloud and Miss Mable Rich
ardson, Bethel AME church; Mrs.
Grace Roberta and Miss Addi® Fox
all, Bethel Baptist church; Mr«.
Bertha Mallory, Christ Tempi®
church; M. E.. Faulkner and Mrs
Elsie Warrick, Pleasant Green
Baptist church; Mrs. J. F.. Allison
and Prof- Humphrey, Third Seventh
Day Adventist church; Mrs. Hen
rietta Making, CJdt-ves’ Temple
church; Mrs. F- P- Jones, Mount
Moriah Baptist church; Mrs. Z E.
Mc<|pe, New chi^th; Mr.
and ’ Mrs- C. Porter, Metropolitan
Spiritual cflludch. Assisting Miss
Jonea with her groups will be Mrs.
Garter, Mrs. Florence Jones, Wil
liam Davis, Del rimr Burris, Albert
Johnson, Betram Johnson, Johnny
Owen and Frances Oole.
Bernice Grice and Elma Forrest
are to be ‘uitr festival pianists.
Jeme •Garter will be the herald
of the -spring and festival poten
Bernard Grice will be the boy
trumpeter wfho will summon the
40 children of the woods to tlhe
May l>ay Festival.
Some artists who will appear on
our festival program are Olestine
Lightner, Frank Williams and
Booker Washington, pupils of Ce
20 May Maidens already are busy
twinning their garlands for the 16th
The spring storms are rehears
ing eadh week to be ready with
exhilarating number “Out of the
North Gomes a Storm.’
Festive choirs report that their
songs are coming along 100 per
May Queens are calling each day
for more contest books
So friends, we are asking you too
to give ds a 100 per cent audience
on Sunday, May 16th, at 3 p- m
at St John A31E church 22nd and
MISS MARION MARSHALL
Youthful jounalist, secre
tary of Calvin’s Newspaper Ser
vice of 143 West 125th street,
New York City, whose high
i school shorthand and typing
ft record at Passaic, N. «T., and her
| award in a radio speed contest
caused a story of her work to
" appear in the March number of
-/ The Gregg Writer, magazine
L for aetretaries.
Sunday evening April 18th mark
ed the clpse of the contest b»
twetn three lovely little fairies at
St. John AME church. Arid speak
ing of fairies from wonderland
for so wonderful were their finan
cial report that the entire church
and friend) of the ahurch are yet
singing praise for their contribu
tion to the cause of St- John
The report was as follows; “Lit
tle Fairy” Barbara Jean Dill turn
in $67.95; “Little Fairy” Beverly
Jean Pollard, $14-35, and “Little
Fairy” Marjorie Payne, 14-10.
Being so close to tfhe century
mark, the choir and congregation
oamo to the resoue of the little
fairies and madt their report a
The sponsors and parents of
these amiablt fairies wish to
thajnk all Who aided their little
fairies in making such a wonderful
I don’t like to ««ty anything that
might embarasa the summer board
er*,’ said an old farmer to his new
hired man. “If I frown at you when
we are at the table, that means
for you to stop eating.”
“All right,” replied the hired
man. “I don't like to say much my
self. If I frown back at you that
means I ain’t going to stop.’
A Ripe Stamp
Once a boy named John went to
tho post office and asked the man
for a red stamp
The man said, “Why don’t you
want two one cent green stamps?’
The boy said, “Because I want
a ripe stamp. ”
Betty was watahing her mother
malco a cake, and seeing her
take a long needle and place it in
the center of the cake, she was ra
“Why do you do that?” asked
Betty. “To see whether the cake is
donot,” said the mother.
“But Mother,” the child answer
ed, “you can’t possibly see through
that little hole."
MARCH BREAKS RECORD
FOR MONTH FOR WOW
All previous records for *
single month's insurance pro
duction for Woodmen of the
World Life Insurance associa
tion were broken during March,
according to announcement of
the general offices of the asso
ciation last week.
The occasion was a “Presi
dent’s Month” campaign hon
oring De Emmett Bradshaw,
president of the association. A
total of $29,117,712 of insur
ance was written during the
month. This was an increase of
more than four and a half mil
lion dollars over the total for a
similar campaign conducted in
March 1936, which produced
Over 2,300 local camps of the
ssociation in forty-four states
and the District of of Columbia
participated in the campaign,
and over half this number qual
ified for special awards by re
cording $5,000 or more in new
insurance written during the
The closing day of the cam
paign, March 31, produced the
argest day’s insurance business
ever recorded, $9,997,402.
Woodmen of the World is
rated os being the strongest life
insuranno association, finan
cially in the world It now has
over $425,000,000 of insurance
in force and its assets now ex
.T 1 . - T T . I
Unde Gil Says:
1- Write him each week and tell
him what you do in your school and
2. S«nd in jokes, riddles poems
and (short stotries each week.
3 00 ready for the May
Day Festival, Sunday May 16th.
Let's show our parents and fri
ends that we can put over a real
4. That the Guidite club will play
hostP to all the children in Omaha
at a 'jheafcre party. Watch f0r the
date and f^ace. .
5. All Guidites who own bicycles
son him at once.
6. For all Guidites to read the
Guid)t9 page eadh week.
AN ECHO FROM MY DEN
(Continued from Page 6)
act brotherly. If we profess in
1 terracial goodwill we must live
I How may we make progress
toward these ideals?
Every church member by
word and deed, should stand
agaist, lynching and mote. He
i should help ,t,o secure local and
national laws and enforcement
of them by fearless officials to
the end tha* every human be
ing sludl be inviolate in his per
son and his property.
Every church member can do
his part to remove the unfair
ness which color prejudice en
tails in securing employment,
in opportunities for training
and in the rights of tenure and
In color discriminations now
o evident churchmen have a
clarion call to work for justice
nd fair play.
Every church has an obliga
ion .to express within its own
membership and friendly treat
nent of persons of minority ra
iftl groups. All members of
he bodv are one in Christ.
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By Miss Ethel Jones
With the season of music festi
vals, concerts and recital" at hand,
anisic minded youngsters and grown
ups find thersHelves spending a few'
more hours in practice so as to me*
sure up successfully to require
There is a thrill to acomplish
ments in music tluit none recognizes
but he who has struggled with a
difficult passagt in a ^imposition
and suddenly finds that it can be
played with ease.
A young lady once practiced up
on Liszt’s I<* Campa;ella for over
six months and then finally she was
one day able to play it at the re
quired speed without a single false
note in those difficult skips. It was
a joy to note the radiance which
seemed to fill her in this moment
of triumph over se]f a»d over the
omiposisition. "Labors accomplished
In tf»p same spirit a tot of iun
and profit of music study i» ex
pressed in the words of the young
student who banters "Just watch
me beat this game”
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I HAVI GOOD NEWS FOR YOU
Rogardfo** of wkal your trouble may bo you
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FEV. CHAS. P. COLBERT
MS OWEN AVE. DEfROIT, MICH.
1- Which is the oldest table in
2. Why should young ladies set
It What is the difference between
a |/:istijy cook ami a hill sticker?
4. Which is the best land for
5. What dans of women are most
apt to give tone to society?
fi. What is the difference between
a summer dress in winter and an
extracted tooth ?
1 Add: 349, 452. 876 and 167.
2. add: 261, 498, 379 and 622.
2. 896 -664
1. 426 by 14
2. 361 by 28
Divide: 8904 by 21
Divide; 6616 by 62
ANSWERS TO LAST
Dr. Roscoe Oonkling Blown is
tho director of the National Negro
Hcaltlh with office in the Surgeon
General’s office of the U- S.
Richard' B. I lari'iso n played
the leading part in the international
famous play “Green Pa»ljure«.’
3. Mr Charles Summer Duke, en
gineer, graduate r.f Howard uni
versity, po«t graduate Harvard U
and Wisconsin U., is now a member
of Chicago Zoning commission and
designing engineer in the bridge
division of Chicago.
4. William II. Ilnstie was recent
ly confirmed os tihe first Negro
evi-r to be elevated to a federal
judgship. He is to be assigned to
the courts of the Virgin Islands.
5. Mr. Marrellu* Ritchie is the
present Negro iosp.y;tor of weights
and measure for the city of Omaha.
fi- Congress recently memorialized
the life ami work of the late Booker
RULES of THE GUIDITE CLUB
-OBJECTS OP THE CLUB
. To teach our boys and girls to appreciate Art, literature,
loience and Physical education.
. To help develop' talents of our boys and girls and give
hem an outlet for their expressiona.
• To teach them the value of reading weekly and daily news
To acquaint them with boys and girls throughout the world
vho are striving for higher ideals.
. To bring them before the public.
6. To teach love for the church and Christian workers and a
uller appreciation for the words, “Do unto others as you would
avc them do unto you.”
-Rules For Membership In The Guidite Cluh
1. You must be a regular reader of The Omaha Guide to be
come a member of the Guidite Club.
2. Each member must send in interesting stories and pictures.
Write newsy letters and answer letters written to you.
3. Each member must show evidence to the club sponsor that
he or she has written and received, at least two letters from
members of the club before becoming eligible for the honor roll.
4. You must write neatly and only on one side of the paper,
signing your name and address plainly at the bottom of the
5. Every member must rend the interesting features on the
Guidite Pago in The Omaha Guide and discuss same at the
fi. You must extend the hand of fellowship to sister amJd bro
ther Guidites when they are seen with the Guidite ca^d and
7. Each member must attend the weekly meetings of the
Guidite Club or give n. plausible excuse in writing from their
8. You must go to bed each night with a Guidite smile and
promise never to frown when Mother says go on an errand,
wash the dishes or sweep the floor.'
9. Every member must be a real booster of The Omaha Guide
and agree to inlerest at least 5 grown-ups in purchasing The
Please enroll me in The GUIDITE CLUB, I promise to
abide by the rules as set forth in The Omaha Guide.
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