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First Big May Day Rehearsal Saturday May First
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Choir Directors and
Sponsors Are Asked to
Saturday ia the day that the gen
eral director, Miss Ethel Jones has
set for the first big unison rehearsal
of tty more than 300 void* of
American youth, representing at
this writing 15 churches through
out the city and more yet to come.
The rehearsal will be held at 3:00
p. m. at SU John AME church,
22nd and Willis avenue.
All junior choirs are asked to
be present promptly at 3:00. Junior
choir directors or sponsors are
asked to accompany their choirs
Mias Marion Gray, who will at
tend the May Festival as the Queen
of Hillsidte Presbyterian Church, is
the (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
jamin Gray, 3011 Miami street.
Mark>ln is an eighth grade stu
dent at Howard Kennedy School
She will entter Technical high
school next fall.
Mias Gray is a salubrious, at
tractive girl with a modest air and
winning smile). Her hobbies arc
drawing and athletics.
She loves music and is a mem
bftv of the junior choir of her
church. Her ambition is to be a
Presbyterian missionary some day.
Miss Gray’s attendants have not
been chosen as yet
History Question Box
What Negro heads the Division
of Negro Affairs in t)he United
States Department of Commerce?
2. What Negro has been recom
mended to head a course in Negro
History in tfho City College of New
3. Name the two Negroes who
served a total of seven years in the
United State® Senate.
4. In what year was the 15th
amendment passed ? «
5. What year did Free Masonry
begin among Negro men?
6. Name tihe two Negro Medical
schools and where are they locat
Public School Musical
Irene Harris, Mary Wright, M’l
ton Soskinz, Joe Fenner, John Pat
terson; Albert Winston; Jean
Dv.nn, Augustus Washington, Fan
nie Miller, Kenneth Murray, Joe
Carter; Harold Long; James
White, John Spats, Charlotte Key;
Elmer Brooks, Charlotte Crowley
and a host of other public school
children played a part in the vocal
section of the first annual all city
elementary school musical. Long
school contributed two-part songs
be the festival. Miss Hayes, music
teacher of Long school taught the
children “America, the Beautiful,”
“Come Lassies and Lads” and other
two-part songs. Paul Qualls and
Bernard Brice appeared in the in
strumental section, Friday even
ing at the city auditorium
Make Flowers and Cut
Outs for Mother
Saturday afternoon all members
are urged to meet at the Urban
League promptly at one o’clock.
Where they shall be instructed to
make flowers and cut outs to pre
'sent to mother on Mothers Day.
Mr. David Biddles will instruct
the boys in the art of cut out mak
ing and Miss Rollins will teach the
girls how to make beautiful flowers
which they may present to mother.
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iThe Guidite World!
By Miss Ethel Jones
Those who have been reading the
wonderfully interesting Paderewski
autobiography which has been ap
pearing in the Saturday Evening
Post, must be amazed by the un
usual number of stupid people who
went s° fail out of their way to
convince him that it would never
be possible for him to succeed as
r, pianist- They -lil admit that he
might be a conin'--"!’ or a good
trombonist but a pianist—never!
Only by reason of his great gen
ius, his will and his hard labor,
was be able to survive the barrage
of discouragement which surround
With the worthwhile individual,
the resistance offered by discour
agement is the very thing which
toughens and hardens him so that
he acquires the strength to gain
his hearts desires.
Which queen is ahead? How
many times will we sing? May I
wear my new organdie Easter
dress? Will llherte be a lot of peo
ple the lie to hoar us? Are we go
ing to have a band? How many
queens will be thede ? These are
just a few of the excited inquiries
that are being made by our young
May Festival participants.
Joseph Mo(3(ee, son of Rev. and
Mrs. Z- E. McGee promises to re
present New Hope church in a fine
Joseph is one of Omaha’s coming
The Mctroipolitan church quart
I otte is going to be well worth hear
, ing, according bo reports.
A chorus from Christ Temple is
also causing much fine comment in
tho Christ Temple neighborhood
All queens are being interviewed
so read our Guidibe page each week.
Your queen may be the next one.
Remember the day, Sunday, May
16Hh, at 3:00 p- m. at St. John
Two new contestants for the hon
or of reigning as the May Day
queen for 1937 were reported last
week, they are Miss Louise Morris
queen far Mission Field and Mi»e
Lula Mae Powell representing Pil
grim Baptist church.
ANSWERS TO LAST
1. Multiplication tabic*.
2. Because business men are apt
to follow them
3. One puff’s up paste and the
other one pastes up puffs
B. The Belles
6. One too thin (tooth-in the
other tooth out.
Last Week’s Answers
“Are th>'e rgg f’6ih?"
“Suite, tfhjey’re just from the
“Yeh, but what country?”
Mother—David you better not
eat any more chicken. You must
leave room for the cake.
David—I g°t plenty room, ma.
Tne chicken <an move over.
Visitor*—“Do you find it more
economical to do your own cook
Housewife—“Very much so—
my husband doesn’t eat half aic
much as he used to.”
Dear Uncle Gil:
I was in th« spelling demon con
test- April first my friend Evelyn
Jennings was also in this test. We
wore given 50 words. Out of the
fifty I spelled forty-five and Evelyn
spelled 30 words. The reason Evelyn
spelled less than I: she is in a lower
grad«! than I am. Don’t you think
that is nice for us
A Little Guidite
2U0i No. 27th Avo.
Grade 8A, Age 10
Dqar Maggie: I think you did
fine- Keep it up and try harder
Next time I hope you get the fifty
1922 No. 25tli Sit
Floyd Cloud, jr.
Hendhcll I’innolt<>n, jr
Uncle Gil Says:
1. That he is lonesome and would
like to hoar from all little Guid
2k For all Guiditea to make a
semap book of all questions and an
swers found on Guidite page as
he plana to offer a prize for the
best and most complete book.
3 That the Guidite dub will play
hosts to all the childnem in Omaha
at a tiheatrlo partly. Watch for the
date and place.
4. All Guiditos who own bicycles
see him at oned.
6. Don't forget to write him and
Jell him what you think of the
May Day Festival that is to be held
Sunday May 16tCr at. St. John A ME
(1. For all Gllidites to rtend the
Guidite page eaeih week.
7. To write and tell ham of your
birthday and birthday parties.
8- Don’t forget to send in riddles,
poems, jokes and short stories each
RULES of THE GUIDITE CLUB
-OBJECTS OF THE CLUB.
. To teach our boys and girla to appreciate Art, literature,
Jcience and .Physical education.
. To help develop- talents of our boys and girls and give
hem an outlet for their expressions.
. To teach them the value of reading weekly and daily news
To acquaint them with boyB and girls throughout the world
vho are striving for higher ideals.
. To bring them before the publie.
6. To teach love for the church and Christian workers and a
uller appreciation for the words, “Ho unto otberB as you would
ave them do unto you.”
-Rules For Membership In The Guidite Club
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 noatly and only on one side of the paper,
signing your name and address plainly at the bottom of the
5. Every member must read the interesting features on the
Guidite Page in The Omaha Guide and discuss same at the
6. You must extend the hand of fellowship to sister and bro
ther Guidites when they are seen with the Guidite card and
7. Each member must attend the weekly meetings of the
Guidite Club or give a 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 interest 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.
My Name is.———...—— ^ge
My Address is..—•— —
City...-. —-State .- 1
School Grade-- Name of School
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why a wlfo should turn from a
pleasant companion into a shrew
for one whole week In every month.
You can say "I'm sorry” and
kiss and make up easier l>eforo
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To take off excess fat go light on
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