The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, May 15, 1937, Image 7

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    V The Omahoi Gviidites ^
_ "The Door of Expression” — - Edited by TJNCLE GIL*
A Guidite Club Formed In Clarinda, Iowa
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Many Inspire! Youths
Attend First Meeting
Of New Club
rt was my pleasure to journey
down to Clarinda, Iowa, last week
where I witness the crowning of
the King and Queen of Clarinda in
the persons of Master Earl Baker
and Mrs. Iola Willis. While there
upon an invitation of a wide awake
group of, young people a Guidite
club was formed with the promise,
coming from their sponsor Miss
Louise Nash, the Omaha Guide Re
presentative for Clarinda, that big
things may be expected of this
newly formed club. The roster of
this new club i» as follow*:
Betty *7-an Arnett
Jessie Sweet
Rachel Cason
Ruth Farrier
Betty Baker
Helen Arnett
Darlean Baker
Gerald Baker
Earl Oldham
Duane Beard
Virgie Dean Beard
Shirley Ann Beard
Patty Arnett
Fhylif* Willis
Beverly Wilis
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Festival Highlights
The crown for tjve 1937 May
Queen is being designed by Mr. C
W . Porter, 2217 Ohio street. It is to
be of goM with a setting of bright
jewels.
Zion Baptist Junior choir of forty
voices, r« rehearsing every Tuesday
evening. They promise to give us a
real musical treat.
Bethel Baptist church, South Oma
ha sends word that everything is
fine and that they are ready and
wnittoig for the day, Sunday May
l(5th, 3:00 p. m. at St.. Jl hn AMK
ohurch, 22nd and Willis.
Quite a number of on* of town
guests are planning to attend the
Guidite chib May Day Fe^ival,
Sunday May 16th. Are You?
Over 1,000 persons are expected
to attend the Guidite club May
Day Festival, so it is indeed advis
able to be on time in order to get
a good <»eafc.
The parade of the queen", which
will begin assembling at 2:00 p. m.
and move off at exactly 2:30 pro
mise* to be a colorful demonstra
tion of youth.
EXTRA! EXTRA! The line of
march for the May Day Queen par
ade will be from 246h and Parker,
north up 24th to Lake, over Lake to
22nd and down to St John church,
22nd and Willis street*, led by the
Negro WPA band. The escorts for
the queens will be the three Color
ed Boy Scout troops of Omaha
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Jokes
Poet—I have a poem here advo
cating peace.
Editor—I suppose that you hon
estly and sincerely desire ptace?
Poet—Yes.
Editor—Then buft-n the poem
Motorist—“IT give you fifty cents
for this hen I’ve killed.”
Fanner—“You-d better make it
a dollar. I’ve got a rooster that
thought a lot of that Hen and the
shock might kill him too-’’
A young fellow who aspired to
emulate Clyde Beatty, the wild
animat trainer, was excited by the
news that lion taming was taught
by mail- He asked a circus acquaint
Mice about it.
“Well, if you ever graduate from
that Bourse," advised the friend,
“just be sure the lions recognize
the diploma before you enter the
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The Guidite World
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of Music
By Mum Bthei Jone*
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THE FINGER BRIDGES
COVER THE KEYBOARD
Marvin’s lesson was going along
in “tip top” shape. Well almost,
anyway; Marvin was ju**t a little
'Worried. The week before his tea
ch e!r had reminded him that he
should keep his fingers curved and
his hands “arched,” but it was hard
to keep his fingers curved when
there were so many other things
like fingering, counting and sharps
and flats to remember. He thought
maybe his teacher would not not
ice his hands this once.
He had ju/*t gotten to a spot
where his hands floppd and flat
ened out terribly, when his teacher
stooped over and looked along the
keyboard.
What’s he doing? Marvin thou
ght. He became »o excited that it
was hard to keep on playing.
My Goodness, your bridges have
fallen down! his teacher exclaim
ed. Marvin suddenly stopped play
ing. “What do you mean?” He
looked puzzled.
“When I was a boy,” his teacher
began, “I used to pretend that my
hands were two little bridges. I
kept my fingers curved so that the
bridges could not fall down into
keyboard river. My little fingdr
had to be watched the closest be
cause it liked to sort of straighten
out and tip tha whole bridge over
sideways.
Marvin could hardly wait to put
his hand* on the keys to see if they
really looked like bridges sure en
ough. First he looked his right
hand, then the left. He could see
the keyboard river flowing clear to
the ends of the piano.
When he practiced the next week
ho began by curving his finger-*
and arching the finger brid gs over
the keys before ha began 1o play
Fvery few minutaa he bent down
t, ■•te if the bridgo» were »tili up.
A week passed quickly by, and it
was really fun to build and walc.i
thu keyboard bridges! Try it for
yourself.
Kamer.
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THIS WEEKS QUESTIONS Gide
1. WTiat is a spinet?
2- What were MacDowell’s first
names?
3. Names?
4. Who wrote the Minuet in ‘G’?
6. What i* a "bugle”?
Riddles
1. How do bees dispose of their
honey ?
2- A man bought two fish, but
after taking one home he found
that he had three. How was that?
3. What has three feet but not
one toe?
4. What is it that which every
man can divide but no man can see
where it has been been divided?
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ANSWERS TO LAST
WEEKS’ RIDDLES
1. A pillow
2. A cloek
3- Cihop off his head on Saturday
4- He had no mother-in-law.
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Arithmetic
ANSWERS
Addition
2,346
Subtraction
632
Division
13
Stop Worrying I
Do Ton Need a Now Start*
Write Me. Today.
Information Ptoo.
M. WILLIAMS, D.pt o
Journal Square Station
Jersey City, N. J.I
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CHOIRS AND OFFICERS
CLAIR CHAPEL M. E.
Sponsor: Mrs. M. Dudley
Organic: Miss Bertha Young
Director: Mr. William Conwell
Pastor: ev.. W. C.. Conwell
PLEASANT GREEN BAPTIST
Sponsor: Mrs. Elsie Warrick
Director: Mr. Elmer Faulkner
Organist: Miss Chalesetta Upsher
Pastor; Rev. J. H.. Reynolds
METROPOLITAN SPIRITUAL
Sponsor: Mr. G. W.. Porter
Pastor: Rev R. W. Johnson
PILGRIM BAPTIST
Organist: Miss R°ma Hatter
Sponsors; Mr- and Mrs. A.. B
Young
Pa«tor: Rev. F. U. Stevenson
CHRIST TEMPLE
Sponsor: Mrs. Bertha Mallory
Pastor: Rev. J. W.. Goodwin
3rd SEVENTH DAY
ADVENTIST
Sponsor: Mrs. J. F.. Allison
Pastor: Prof Humphreys
ZION BAPTIST
Sponsor: Mrs. Lulu Bryant
Director: Mrs. Helen McWhorter
Pastor: Rev. M K . Ourry
ST. JOHN AME
Sponsors: Mrs. Christine Alt
house and Miss Tamer O'Neal
MISSION FIELD
Rev. P. M . Harris, supervisor
SECOND BAPTIST
CLARINDA, IOWA
Pastor: Rev. D. Nicholson
ST. JOHN BAPTIST
Sponsors: Mr. and Mrs. Willis
Organist: Mrs: Thelma Hall
Pastor: Rev. E. D.. Johnson
BETHEL AME
Driector: Mrs. F. P.. Cloud
Organist: Frances Covington
Pastor: Rev. A Phillips
MT. MORIAH BAPTIST
Sponsor: Mrs. F. P.. Jones
Pastor: Rev. F. P.. Jones
CLEAVES’ TEMPLE CME
Director; Miss Mildred Wiley
Organist: Mrs- Henryetta Makins
Pastor Rev. D. W . Bass
NEW HOPE BAPTIST
Sponsor; Mrs. Z. E.. McGee
Ptstor: Rev . Z.. E. McGee
T I.L^IDE PRESBYTERIAN
Sponsor: Mrs- J. S.. Williams
i . ^anist: Booker Washington
Pastor and Director: Rev. J. S..
Williams
BETHEL BAPTIST
Sponsor: Mrs: Mildred Roberts
Director; Miss Addie Foxall
Organist: Mr. Sylvester Stroud
Pastor: R«v. F.. P. Sears
MEMBERSHIP 297
New Member*:
Dorothy Woods
2323 No. 27th St
Monrovid Murrell
JUi'i Miami St.
Florence Murrell
3014 Miami St.
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Festival Queens
PRISCILLA GILDEN
Miss Priscilla Gilden, the attrac
tive 18 year old daughter of Mrs.
Carrie Gildan, 8023V4 R St. will
represent Bethel Baptist church as
its May Day queen.
Miss Gilden is a senior at South
high school where she takes a part
in many extra curriculum activi
ties. Her hobbies are cooking and
outdoor sports.
MiAs Gilden plans to enter Gen
eral Hospital No. 2, Kansas City,
Mo. upon the completion of her high
school work, there to pursue a
course in Dietetics. Attendants,
Miss Ceeiie Walls and Miss Ther-'
pf»a Tinker.
JACQUELNE JOHNSON
Miss Jacqueline Johnson, the lit
tle 10 year okl daughter of Rev.
and Mrs. E.. D,. JLhnson, 1214
Pierce street, will represent St
John Baptist church as its May Day
Queen
Mias J|ohn«on who is a fifth
grade student is very fond of base
ball as a hobby, and her ambition
is to be an accomplished musician
She has two attendants, Misfe
Bernice Bragg and Miss Lucille
Young.
MARIE WOODS
Miss Marie Woods, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Agustus Woods,
1207 No. 27th St., will represent
Pleasant Green Baptist church as
its queen at the Guidife club May
Day Festival Sunday May 16th.
Miss Woods, who is 14 years of
age is a student at Webster school
and is very fond of singing and
baseball.
She hopes to be a great concert
singer in the future.
LULU MAE POWELL
Miss Lulu Mae Poveil who is
residing with her relative, Mr C.
DutTy and wife, 2620 Parker street,
is queen representative of Pigrim
Baptist church.
Mias Powell is a Junior at Cen
tral high school and is very active
i' tnt youne no pies organization
a< Pilgrim, be i i c lesponding
secietary of the above named or
nation, she is also a m ember of
the urher boar*
North 24th Street
SHOE HOSPITAL
Celebrates the 15th Anniversary
With a Big Shoe Repairing Sale
Women’s Toplifta _ $.15
Women’s half soles . ®5c aad up
Men’s half soles 75c and up
Men’s rubber heels 35c and up
Childrens Half soles 50c and up
1807 No, 24th St. WE 4240
SHE LOST 20r
POUNDS OF FAT
Feel full of pep and possess the
slender form you crave—you can't
if you listen to gossipers.
To take off excess fat go light on
fatty meats, butter, cream and sug
ary sweets — eat more fruit and
vegetables and take a half teaspoon
ful of Kruschen Salts in a glass of
hot water every morning to filial'
nate excess waste.
Mrs. Fima VeriHe of Havre de
Grace, Md., writes: "I took off 20
iba._my clothes fit me fine now.”
■ No drastic cathartics—no consti
pation—but blissful dally bowel ac
tion when you take your little dally
dose of Kruschen.
QUESTIONS
1. Who is the president of At
lanta university?
2. Who is the president of Fi»k
university?
3. Who is the president of Howard
university?
4. Who i» the president of Lin
coln university, Pa.?
5. Who i« the president of Me
han-y medical college?
Who Knows?
LAST WEEKS’ ANSWERS
1. Sixteen
2. Richard Wagner wrote the
opera "Lohengrin”
3. Haydu was born in 1732
4. An interval i« the distance in
pitch between musical tone*.
6. MendeKsohn establshed a Con
servatory of Music in Lie.pzig.
6 Allgro—Lively, animated in
movement.
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