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SOCIAL C __ ; _ + _ r CLUBS
Dr, and Mrs. Nathan Hobbs
Are Honor Guests at Party
Dy. and Mrs. Nathan Hobbs of
Toledo, O., and Mrs. Sarah Hobbs,
mother ofi Dr. Hobbs, were honori d
guests of Mrs. J> W. Gordon at a
party given at her palatial home,
2932 No. 28tlh street, on August
, Those present and enjoyed the
hospitality of Mesdames T. Taylor,
Ida Wiley and Miss Johnnie Gor
don, who were t!he hostesses. The
reception and dinmg rooms were
beautifully deer rated with Ameri
can beauty roses Hnd ferns, and the
table was arst'csMy laid with its
lace cloths and glittering glass and
A stiJlcinus repast was served
which consisted of Pig-in blanket,
canopo of Anchoves, and Domestic
Bridge and Keno were the games
of the evening, nnd Champagry
Cocktails and wines were sipped
until the wee Ibours of the morning.
The out of town guests were
Miss Minnie Mallard of Denver,
Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kerr
of Birmingham, Ala.; Mr. Roose
velt Bailey, of Chicago, 111- Among
the Omaha matrons, were Mes
dames Mildred SSamuels, Pauline
Kerr, Lucy Mae Stamps, Dawson,
Robinson Patterson, Bertha Bell,
Theorocia. f|ochtfr, Essie (Porter,
Misses Christine Brown, and Es
tell Robertson. Messrs. M. G. Cald
well, Edward Kerr, and Earl Pat
terson, and Mr. and Mrs. Reese.
H. L. Aadarscfa Visit* Omaha
Mr. H. L. Andeeon, former Om»
han is in the city visiting. Mr. An
dcrfcon is aMocated with the At
lanta Life Insurance* Co., and is
manager over the Ix>uisville, Ky.
Mr. Anderson is the former presi
dent of the New Era Sunday school
convention of the State of Nebras
ka, and former organiser and pre
sident of the Tntrrdominational
Sunday School Alliance, as well as
a former member of ZlonBaptlst
Accompanying Mfr. Anderson are
his wife, and daughter, VonciU,
and Miss Mona Hancock, niece of
Mrs. E. Scott, 2633 Decatur- Both
Miss Anderson and Miss Hancock
nro students at tlbe Municipal Col
lege in I/ouisville, Ky.
Enroute to Ijouisville. Mr. An
derson and family will visit St.
Louis, Chicago, Kansas City, and
several other points before return
ing to Louisville.
Mor'icinln Visits Canada
Mr. J. D. Lewis, otie of Omaha’s
popular morticians, has just re
turned from an extensive motor trip
carrying him through Iowa, Illinois,
Michigan, and in Canada, where he
had an enjoyable stay in Montreal.
Mr. Lewis was highly impressed
■with the economic conditions of the
Negro in Montreal.
JOLLY 12 MATRON CLUB
OIVES ANNUAL PICNIC
Tho Jlolly 12 Matron club, en
tertained at their synnual picnic
Sunday, August 8th, at the beau
iful residence of Mrs. George Har
ris, 2934 No. 28th street, in the
spacious lawn. 50 guests shared in
the courtesy. Out-of-town visitors
were Mrs. Pinkey Jones, and Mrs,
Pinkey J'ackson of Kensas City, Mo.
Tho club adjourned until Sept.
Mr. Earl Waldron who resides
at 2423 Maple, returned Monday
from an extensive trip which car
ded him through Kansas, Missouri
and Oklahoma. Mr. Waldron re
ported a delightful trip He was ac
companied by his little daughter
and son, Barbara Jlean, and Earl,
Mrs. William H. Triplett, of 2711
Wirt street is enjoying a few days
of mountain air in Denver, Colo.,
wth her husband. Mrs. Triplett is
a prominent member of Hillside
The Mock Wedding given under
the auspicics of the YPCC club at
the M-cropolitan Spirituist church,
25th and Grant streets, Thursday
evening was a grand success. Mrs.
Crumbley, sponsor, Mrs. Reese, di
rector. Rev. R. W, Johnson, pastor.
Urban League Notes
For the first time in the history
of Omaha, many of tihe under
1 privileged Negro boys of our com
munity will have a chance to go to
camp. Through the efforts of Mr.
! B. E. Squires, exerut've secretary
of tlhe Omaha Urban League, th
facilities at Camp Sheldon, on of
the finest camjfc in the state will
be made available for the week of
The Ur! an League feels Hint one
of the most valuable assets in the
program of developir g "men of
tomorrow” is to give ramp ng exper
ience to "boys of today.”
Many of the boys know nothing
other tlhan the city stre ts as e
place of recreation and fun. This
week in the woods close to nature
with swimming, boating, fishing,
hiking, tennis, baseball, badminton
volly ball, handicraft ard nature
study nil in a day s program will
do much to give these youngsters a
different view of life.
The will be under the care and
guidance of worthy, professional
and Christian leaders. TlLe group
of 26 or 30 boys will leave the
Community Center building on
Sunday, August 16th at 12 o'clock.
The camp fee for many of the
boys have been made possible by
the contributions of many interest
ted people in the community, to
whom the Urban League wishes to
express its appreciation.
It is the desre of the Urban Lea
gue to use this camping program
a* a foundation to build a per man
ent ramping program for the wor'
thy and underprivileged boys of
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Leffall of
2877 Maple street, motored to To
peka, Kas. last week end.
T1 ** Welcome Circle of Zion Bap
tist church met at the home of Mrs.
Nat Hunter, 2012 No. 28th avenue,
Thursday, August 6th.
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Mrs. Dell JDothon \ t Maniton
Springs. Colo., and daughter, Gloria
Dell wr es'l"d to Omaha, because
of the recent llness of Mrs. Dot
son's moth' Mrs. Sarah Alexan
der. 2702 Maple street.
M s. A1 ••• Triplett, 2711 Wirt
street, is visiting in Denver, Colo.
Mr. Frank Foster, of McColister,
Okla., is visiting his sons, Frank
and Eugene Foster, and daughter,
Mrs. Pettis Williams, 25.‘17 Binney.
Mr. W. G. Andrews, of 29'1
No. 26th stredt, and brother, J, H.
Andrews, of 2020 No. 24th street,
havo just returned from a 10-da”
trip to Dallas, Texas and other
points South. Many social affa rs
were given in their honor.
Mrs. A. B. Young, 2624 Hinnev,
entertained with a luncheon, as
sisted by Mrs. Josephine Davis, in
honor of Mesdames Annie Ferguson
of Evergreen, Ala., and Ida Moore
and M. Osby of Kansas City, Mo.
Other guests who shared in the
courtesy were the Mesdames, G.
E. Stevens and Eugene P-erce.
Mr. H. L. McIntosh, who lias
been confined to his Ihome since the
first of the year with arthritis was
pleasantly surprised by a brithday
party on August 2nd by the fol
lowing members of tthe Pick Up
club of Pleasant Green Baptist
Mesdames: Williams, Sinclair,
Hawkins, King, Triplett, Oliver,
Keyca, Murphy, Griffa, Waters,
Hopkins, Morrow, MoGuire, Bell,
Barge, Sirrall, J’ohnnon, McIntosh
and Miss Louise, and Messrs Pearl
Hawkins, Boullian, Faulkner, Rev.
Reynolds and Rev. Green. Mr. Mc
Intosh was tlhe recipient of many
beautiful and useful gifts.
The affair was ojifcned by de
votional services, followed by short
talks interspersed by singing after
which refreshments were served.
On departing, many felicitations
were extended to Mr. McIntosh.
Men’s Dress Shirts 13J/2 to 20
: Men's Ties. $.29—4 for $1.00
j Open until 9 Sat. evening*
ACE TIE SHOP
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rff'ojTTfflihtdfif PpRQTH F/V Mi t; AN811
Icy Coolness in white jewel
*y is the newest theme for ear
ly fall. The jewelry is especial
cool looking because it is of
c'ear white glass.
The necklace at the upper
is called the “cracked ice”
necklace, and has the feeling of
coolness both in afternoon and
The “bell” necklace in'the
lower left corner is of white
wooden bells and beads, and it
carries out jhe tprpd toward
jewelry that dangles.
The clip is of small wh ite
heads, with clusters of white
glass leaves, while the neck
lace, upper fight, is of white
beads with glass petals.
Thomas Scott, jr-f 2872 Binney,
is convnlcsceing at his homo, after
having undergone n tonsdeet.omy
operation, Monday August 2nd.
'Vs. Oll'e Ro! inson. 2701 No.
25th street, left for Jackson, MVs ,
Thursday evening to visit rela
tives and friends.
Mr. an'1 Mrs. ’I. f. An I rmn n*v’
itheir dnugf ter, Vi n Tl\ are n the
city vis i ng. They are fo mer Omi
hans, but are now making their
homo in Lou'sv To, Ky. Mr- An
derson is in th" **niploj of the At
lanta Life Insurance Co. of L uis
villc, and Miss VVoncille, ,is now a
student of the Louisville Municipal
Please taste. Chili is fine.'JEFF’S
: PLACE, 1818 No. 24th street.
READY TO MOVE IN VACANT
2802 No. 24th St-, 6 rooms all mo
dern. Oak finished. Price reason
2803 No. 24th SSt., 6 rooms all mo
dern. Oak finished, Price reason
2867 Binney St. 7 rooms, all mo
dern, Price $1,500 Cash. Balance
per month like rent.
All monthly payments above in
clude taxes and interest.
,E. M. DAVIS
Licensed Real Estate Broker
2817 No. 24th St. WE 1160
K. 0. BUSINESS MAN
MOVES TO OMAHA
Mr. L. S. (Jeff) Jefferson, of
Kansas City, Mo., who has operat
ed a lunchroom tihere for the past
25 years, is making Omaha his re
Mr. Jefferson !« the only Negro
in the United S*"t«'s who is recog
nized by (Die 1 ) '>nal Resturant
Association. As a rule Negroes and
Greeks are barred from this Na
tional Association, but Mr. Jeffer
son was introduced n the meeting
at Cleveland. In order to be recog
nlzed by this association, there are
certain standards to be reached.
Me. Jefferson is stopping at 2631
M ■ 1 -ob 0. Carey, w!ho is a lo
cal postman, will leave soon for
1 iil"ide|r»hia. Pa., to attend the Na
tional Alliance of Postal Empoyees
William and Charles Costen, sons
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Costen, 2717
No. 28tlh avenue, left Tuesday
August 3rd, to visit their grand
father, Mr. Theodore Brookings, in
i Owensboro, Ky.
tmerienn nod Chinese Dishes
Kins Yuen Cafe
2010' j N. 24th Si. Jackson 857*
Open from 2 p. m. until 3 a. m
i iir aiiiit n r mmi m»iim > ins - <
Food Stores, Inc.
WE 0402 24th & LAKE
1 «c SHIRTS 8c
When Finished Out of Any Family Service
ZORIC DRY CLEANERS
2324 No. 24th St_WE 1029
Miss Louise Nash, Reporter
Regular services were held at
the Second Baptist church- Sun
day school was opened at 10:00 by
the assistant superintendent, Mrs.
Radhael Carson. All of the church
services were well attended.
Richard Oldham of Junction City,
K.as, is visiting his mother, Mrs. S.>
Mrs. Ceilia Beard and family are
risking in Red Oak, la.
Mildred Walker and Viola Miller,
)f Lincoln, Nebr, are visiting their
Bargains in Homes
2018 Grace Street, 5 rooms mo
dern except heal. Priee, $750.
Cash, $75. Bal. per month
969 No. 25th Ave., 5 rooms
modern except heat. Price,
$1,100. Cash, $110. Bal. per
1418 No. 25th Street, $ rooms
modern—Price $1,350 Cash,
$136. Balance per month.
1124 No. 26th St., 6 rooms modern
execept heat Price, $1,000. CWah,
$100. Balance, $12.56 per month.
All monthly payments above in
clude taxes and interest.
E M DAVIS
Ltoeuaed Real Estate Broker
2817 No. 24th St. WE 1166
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Walker of this city.
A group of young people motor
;ed to St. Joseplh, Mo., on August
4th- _ ’ ,4ft
Mr. Harvey McNeal of Omaha
was visiting in the city at the Ihome
of Mrs. Oora Jones.
Gerald Baker is improving from
a recent eye infection.
Foster Goodlett, 2627 Binney, is
confined to his home, because of a
sprained ankle he received while
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