The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, May 22, 1937, Page FIVE, Image 5
Rabes Hottentots Playing a listless game Saturday, May 16th against Malaschock Jewelry Girls, the Hottentots went down to defeat Dor the second time this season at the hands of the Jew elry Girls. Donaldson pitched one of the poorest games of the season and could not baffle the girls. Com plete with five walks and 4 errors byGennison, the Malashock Girls coasted to a 6-3 win. The Hot Lento ts came back strong Sunday with Speed Lindsey and I. Murrell, last years battery for the Johnson Girls, pitching and catch ing first game of the season, are due much credit in holding Metz Girls (city champions) in check Murrell was the batting star with a long homer in left field and a single. Lyles, Hottentot’s star first base man, pulled a boner which allowed the Metz Girls to win. Mi', and Mrs. Singer, of the Fon tenelle Browing Co-, who saw the Hottentots for the first time were very much pleased with the show ing of the team, even in defeat. Mr. Herbert Peak, states star color ed soft ball pitcher, is working hard each day with the Hottentots at 20th and Lake streets. The management and the team wish to thank Mr. Martin Thomas for the use of the field at 20th and Burdette streets. Metz-Rabes Girls vs H. H- S Soft ball fans will be given a real treat on Saturday, May 21st at 6 p. m. at 21st and Burdette Sts., with the most novel game of the season. The Hotentots will use Wade and Berring to form a bat tery which with players like Wright, ss; Gennison, 3b; Lyles 2b; and Lindsey lb; and Bolden, Smith, Lee, and Stewart in the outfield, the H. H- S. boys will be easy. ■Capt. Equator Williams, due to illness, has been out of the lineup. Miss Williams is a spark plug of the best girls infield in Nebraska and is greatly missed. We are all pulling for Miss Wil liams spedy recovery that she may be in her old position on May 30th. Down the Fairway With the Cornhuskers The season is late in beg'nnin'’’ because the weather hr1?* not been favorable but we will start that old ball out real soon. Golf is a very sporty game, if you once begin playing you’ll never stop. The more you play the more you will like it. Golf is a great game for exercise. It is a game that will make yon reduce. It gives you plen ty of vigor, vim and vitality. It ex ercises every muscle in the body, ■when yon follow through with a perfect swing. Thera are just as many women golfers as there are men. More and more women are beginning to play golf every day. Women are just beginning to real ise what a great game golf is. Ev ery woman who can afford the time should take uip golf. It isn’t an ex pensivq game. Some people say golf is a rich man’s game. It is not. It is a poor man’s game as well as a rich man’s game. The golf associ ation has arranged it so that every one can play golf at a reasonable rate, by giving municipal courses to play on. Come on you, and you, get interested in golf and learn to play. Down the Fairway with the Gornhuakers, Fore; there she goes. ii L --o Miss Minnie Griffin became the bride of Mr. Major Underwood, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peace, 1411 No. 26th street on Thursday night, May 6th, at 8:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peace stood with them- Only the family of the newlyweds and intimate fri ends were present. We wish Mr. and Mrs. Under wood much happiness. On Sunday, May 9th, the newlyweds were feted with a Mother’s Day breakfast at Cleaves’ Temple, 26th and Decatur streets. -o Omaha Chapter No. 6 is sponsor ing a Hostess Musical Tea at the Masonic Hall, 26th and Biondo streets, on Sunday, May 23rd from 4 to 6 p. m. Everyone is welcome. -o Mies Bettie Mae Albert, of Kan sas City, Kas., is visiting Miss Ella Mills, 2617 Caldwell street- Miss Albert is office secretary of the •olored branch of the YWCA of Kansas City. m » • > «••••»• »<■»< i Clubs i Tho daughter of Isis of Zaba Court No. 72 entertained Zaha Temple No. 52 Nobles of the Mys tic Shrine at thq annual feast at the home of Rev. and Mrs. P. M. Harris, 3324 Parker street. Mrs. Harris is the Commandress of Zaha Court. The feast was very much enjoyed by all -o CLUB RUBINETTE The Club Rubinette met at the home of Mrs. F. A. Kincaid, 2861 I Corby street, on Friday, May 14th. Fifteen members were present. Mrs. | Ester Barker is able to be out again after being ill. The next meet j ing will be held at 2726 Maple St., on Friday, May 21st. Mrs- V. Lewis is hostess. Please be on time. SUNRISE GOLFERS Tho Sunrise Golfers held an in teresting meeting at the U. L. C- C. with Mr. “Penny” Murray as our speaker. A discussion followed his I talk. The scores were brought in and recorded, but from the looks of them, there will have to be quite a lot of playing to come up to par Those who fail to play, not only have to pay a fine, but also get the highest number of strokes brought in by another member as their score. This time we are able to play in threesomes before the next meeting on May 28th. Better luck to the golfers next time. Rae Lee Jones, president Edrose Willis, re porter. 1 I I I (I I j « Girl Reserve* Notes ii | i m ii The Entre Nous Business and In dustrial club elected officers on May 14th. Lorraine Fletciher was re-elected president, vice president, Ruth Williams; Eva Mae Ste’" rt, was re-elected secretary, ass'stant secretary, Ellon Richardson, trea surer, Anna Bell Thomas and re porter, Lois Ann Herndon. On Thursday, May 20th, the Gam ma Rho club of Central Ass’n. and the Entre Nous club will meet at Northside branch. Anna Belle Thomas and Mable Longmire will be in charge of the entertainment. The service will be in the form of a Hutch lunch with the Entre Nous as hostesses On Monday May 17th, the Sem per Fidel is Freshmen club elected the following officers: president, Mercedes Moore: vice president, Florence Merrill; secretary, Inice Saunders; assistant secretary, Julia Donaldson; treasurer, Thopal Ross. The above names will be the offi cers for the Optimist club for the following year. As the officers for the Frephman club will not be elected until the fall, Doris Southard and Betty Riggs were appointed to round up the Freshman girls at the opening of school. Annie Oakley starring Barbara Stanwyck and Preston Foster is a very popular picture that will be shown at the Ritz theatre, May 29th, at 10:00 o’clock a. m. There will also be an added attraction, “The Aloha Four” a Hawaiian and Guitar quartet under the direction of Mrs- Turley. This will be an ev ent that boys and girls will remem ber. New officers for the Gross Eickes Junior and Senior club are Doris Newland, president; Doris Ware, vice, president: Mary Wiggins, se cretary; Mary Harris, assistant secretary and Velma Thomag, com mittee chairman. -o FOR RENT, 4 roams, furnished, modern, WEbster 3146. B07S! GIRL8 Create a Spirit of Oooper ation by joining tlie "QUID ITE CLUB" Read all about it in this is sue. Join NOW. .. ' ■ ---— C A LNjme, _&AIUV. ‘•'llie" 4 ‘ ^ In The Loui.s V/ho Are •s ForTh* C tampions Hip; J<Kk filatkborn, Joe Louis, Jith&n Black, And JohnVoxbouivuytf I " ' i ridden » Crains f\ h4 6rawr\ Work* tocj«tk«i*y ■ f& A$oi-e ; •frCf.&M \ji/t3f(iei-... 1 ■ i\ ' I I Clarinda, la. News . Mine Louise Nash, Reporter Sunday school at the Second Baptist church and morning ser vices, were well attended. At night the church attended the Baccalur eate service® of the high school Mrs. Iola Willis, representative queen and Misss Jean Arnett, Ver lean Lewis, and Mr. Raymond Wal ker attend the May Day Festival in Omaha. A delightful program was ren dered by the Allen Christian En deavor Ijeague of the Methodist church on Thursday evening. A series of parties have been 'given in honor of Mr. John Ben nett, who is home on a leave from the C. C. C. camp at Fort Riley, Kas Mrs. Cekesta Wiggins of Red Oak, la., spent a short visit with her sister, Mrs. Celia Beard. Mrs- Georgia Walker, who has been seriously ill is much better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. George Cason are the proud parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs- Herman Sweets and family have moved to Missouri, where they will make their future heme. Regular services were held at the St. Jacobs AME church on Sunday. Rev. W. M. Majors, presided. 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Credits earned here may be used in securing either eigth grade or high school diplomas sale, given by the St. Jlacobs AME church, was a financial success. i_ Mrs. Albert Cason is much bet ter at this writing. Funeral services were held at the home of Mrs- Carrie Roberts, for her brother-in-law, Mr. Lashley of Waterloo, la. Shoe Repairing Best Material i Expert Workmanship Service 3118 North 24th Street PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS WWWAV.WVWJWWAV RITZ SHOE REPAIR 2033 No. 24th St. Women’s Tfflps-16c Vomen’s Half Soles 65c and up Ten's Half Soles_75c and up Mens Rubber Heels 35c & up ihildren's Soles-J>0o and up iwwwwAWWwwyw Mrs. J. H. Reynolds has return ed from the Workers’ and Minis ters’ meeting which was held in Des Moines, la., from May 10th to 16th -o Rev. and Mrs. L. Clark are the proud parents of an 8 pound daugh ter. Dr. Hawkins was the attending physician. Rev. Clark is the pastor of the Church of the Living God. Mother and baby are doing fine. 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