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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1937)
Seeton of the Omaha Guide’s Food demonstration last year. This
photo was taken on Hallowe’en night.
MRS. MILDRED GILBERT
Advertising manager of the
Omaha Guide, also a civic and social
leader of the community. Shot will
on the Emancipation program,
Monday night at the Elks hall.
MRS. EDNA MITCHELL
Mrs. Edna Mitchell, saleswoman
for the American Coal Co., whc
will participate in the Omaha
Guide Emancipation celebration.
This Issue Dated
Although (luted Sept. 22nd, th;s
Emancipation edition is being deliv
evo.d the current week and contains
all of the news that would regular
ly go into our October 2nd issue.
Tho staff of the Omaha Guide an 1
merchants throughout Omaha have
joined hands in an effort to bring 1
to you the finest Emancipation Edi
tion ever published. We ho| e you
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Sunday October 3rd, at 4:30 p.
m., Northside Branch YWCA will
have its annual fait opening to
which the public is cordially invited
In addition to announcing t> a
fall activities, there will be a very
interesting program. Mu-ie will be
tarnished by the City Service ovcre
stra. Delegates to the Okoboji busi
ness and Industrial Conference and
the Girl Reserve Summer Confer
ence will be present in a unique;
original way their experiences. The
following delegates will participate
Girl Reserves: Doris Newland,
Mary Wiggins and Mercedes Moore
from the Entre Nous, Trojan and
Quack clubs: Eva Mae Stewart,
Thelma Dickinson, Edna Carr, Ed i
Thomas, Hattie Moore, MuniV, (’ 1
Vn« and Essie Porter. Mrs. John
A. Williams, Chairman of the
Committee of Management w V
Mas. Susie Yancy will have
charge of the tea hours that follows
assisted by the. Committee of
Management and club pres:dcnts.
The Committee in charge of the
fall opening are: Mrs. Susie Yancy,
Mrs. Vera Price, Mrs. W. B. Bryant i
Mrs. L. L. McVay, Mrs. Agnes
Hawkins, Mrs. Geraldine Stewart,
and the conference delegates.
Mr. Louis McDade, former resi
dent of Omaha and prominent offi
cial at St John AME, who is mak
ing his home in Los Angeles, was
in town over the week end visiting
Allen Company Has
The Allen Appliance Co,, 5003
So. 21th St., began business a lit.
tie over two yea>s ago and now
operates one of the largest ex.
elusive electrical appliance stores
in the Omaha territory.
They represent more then 25
of the leading major lines of elec,
lrical appliances—electrical refrig,
era tors, washers, ironers, radios,
vacuum cleaners, sewing maeh nos,
gas and electric stoves and small
‘Our success,” said Mr. Brehsn,
‘'is due largely to our growing list
of satisfied customers.”
A complete service department
PROMINENT COUPLE WED
Miss Lucille Biven of Louisville,
Ky., and Mr. James Roy McAllister
of Omaha were quietly married
Tuesday in Council Bluffs, la.
The Skans furniture, which is
located at 2205 Farnam St., and of
which Mr. G. A. Skans is president
has a full line of furniture for all
This firms shows kindness to
Negro people. First of all, it main,
tains Negro help which is the
greatest respect that any can show
to our group.
HO-RO-CO. St. Louis, Mo. USA
Late Classified £ds
FURNISHED apartment. WE 0421
FOR R'ENT 5 room apartment.
Modern except hoat. $18.00 per
month. Call office, JA 1286. Home
after 5 p. m. WA 5424.
All newley decorated. CALL
j7n. CLEANERS and TAILORS
1805 No. 24th St. WE 6161
Wo do all kinds of work.
3 Apartments for rent. 2004 No.
Kitchenette apartment Chll WE
FOR RENT or sale beautifully
► wlv decorated house. Oak floors,
garages income. Best colored v n
inity. AT 4698 evenings AT 6553.
Room for rent 2705 Ohio.
Room for rent man only 2211
Grant WE 1517.
Chicago, Sept. 22 (By Percy R.
Hines for AND)—The 24th anni
versary of the Nat onal Alliance
of Postal Empoyees v > 1 ! e nin Yd
m .October 6th, when more than
70 branches of the organ zation
located in as many citi. s through
out the United States conduct ex.
ercises celebrating the occasion.
The date has been termed "Alliance
Day” by the organization and fea.
tures will be presented designed to
improve the status of government
workers in general and Negro post
' al employees in particular. The N.
A. P. E. now has financial assets
of more than $50,000. L. F. Ford
of St. Louis is president.
, Free Course I
CUBAN OOSMT7TIC CO.
Dept. 6315-X CHICAGO. II.I,.
RETURNS FROM VACATION
Mrs. Adora Bland, 21)09 No. 28th
St., has just returned to the city
after visiting with friends, Mrs.
Cleo Burris, and Mrs. Frank Thonip
son, in Los Angeles, Calif. Mr*.
Bland reports a very enjoyable trip
She also visited other points west
which were very interesting; in.
cuding, Cheyne, San Francisco,
Sacramento, San Berdino, Oakland,
Las Vagas, Nev.; Reno, Denver,
Colorado Springs, Pikes Peak,’
‘Thu Garden of the Gods’ 'Hidden
Inn’ ‘Cathedral Spire,' Buldor Dam
Serpentine Drive ‘From the Cave
ot the Wells.”
V hile in C*1 »ornw, Mrs. Bland
w s the rec'nie.nt of many social
courtesies. Shu also attended ine
N itional Banti«t Convent) >n winch
,vr vened in Los Angeles.
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