Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1937)
SOCIAL t „ „ i „ + _ r CLUBS
AFFAIRS ''O-O-C-l-e-I-y'' ORGANIZATIONS
r- ' ) '
• ___ i
Ry Ken Je-samy
Plana are underfoot to feature
Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway and
Bill Robinson in an English pro
duction for London Films, Ltd. The
producer of the film will be Alex
ander Ko-^ and the direction w 11
bu handled ..y Ernest L bit c'e
Calloway, he ause of h:s contract
with the Cotton Club, may be un
able to participate in the movie
Freddie Taylor, who used to be
billed as a snukehip darner, and
who went to Europei with Lucky
Millinder and hi-- orchestra, is now
a competent trumpeter and is lead
ing an orchestra Ho has made a
fine record of the c Id favorite,
“The Shi ok of Araby.”
English mu ic publishers have
changed the title of “Satan Takes
a Holiday” to “Spooky Takes a
Holiday” ratter quaint these
Britishers.Duke Ellington, the
Aristocrat of Jazz, returns to his
old stomping grounds, the Apollo
theatre for one week soon... .Phil
Scott not only produced the new
Plantation Club revue, but also
•starred in the production. The other
members of the company include
Amy Spencer and He.nri Wessels.
The Cotton Club opened its new
revue this week. Av's Andrews
plus a choir are the new attractions.
The Harlem Uproar House ulso
debuted with Erskine Hawkins and
his llama State Colllegians getting
the feature billing Clark Mon
roe's Uptown House on 134th St.
near Seventh Ave. is getting quite
a play from those who stay up
late nights.Jt’s the hangout i
the theatrical stars . Drop in
sometima and meet Monroe.
he's a grand person ... Out of
towners especially will appreciate
ihis ability to make you feel at home
The Oriental theatre in Chicago
is contemplating staging a battle
of swing between Earl Ilines and
Clyde McCoy’s orchestras... the.
show should go in about the 28th
....The Joe Louis-Tommy Parr
fight pictures have been going
great in England. They hav« hear
booked so far into 1,500 theatres,
sotting a record. Stuff Smith has
been given from the Local Musi
cians Union, goes the report No
sound reason has yet been given
... Mac Johnson, the Cotton Club’s
eyeful and Harlem’s No. 1 strip
teaser, dropped her suit against Dr.
Clarence “Shag” Hogans, promin
ent Harlem doctor.Several
sports figures are listed in the “Big
City,” a Metro Goldwyn production.
The sport celebs include, George
Godfrey, Jack Dempsey, Bull Mon
tana and Snowy Baker.
Chick Webb’s orchestra with Ella
Fitzgerald, played a return date at
the Loew’s State theatre, New
York’s big time vaude house._
Chuck and Chuckles finished their
turn at the Palace theatre in Chi
cago last week.
The Ubangi Club in Philadelphia,
features in its floorshow, Mae
Burnham and Scott, Lethia Hill,
alda Hatton, Donnie Lyons, Bernice
Douglass, Jack and Jill, and Derby
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Giles of
Chicago, 111, were the honored
guests at a bridge party given in
their honor at the home of Mrs.
Mable Fields, 2807 Wirt street,
Thursday vening. Iho fflowing
persons enjoyed a delightful even
ing of bridge. Mesdames Bessie
Preston, Harry Leland, A. L. Haw
kins, Mamie Long, Yancy, Hazel
Griffin, Gertrude Evans, Rufus
Lctng, EHinnio Johnson, Mary
Davis, Ida Giles, S. E. Gilbert,
Misses Audrey Preston, Charlotte
Preston, Messrs. Davis of Chicago,
and S. Edward Gilbert Those, win
ning prizes were Dr. and Mrs.
Hawkine, high score. Mrs. Albert
Giles, guest prize, S. Edward Gil
bert, booby prize. A very delightful
sea food repast was served appro
priately embellished with cocktails
in the wee hours of the morning.
! « i» m< m m • m »■» * » •' ■ »
Miss Louise Nash, Reporter
The Second Baptist Church
Sunday school met at it* usual
hour with Miss Rachel Cason, su
perintendent, pres'ding. The Sun
day school is growing rapidly and
is plannng some wonderiiul pro
Morning servre was the, high
light crvire cf the day. The pastor
brought forth the message. Subjec ,
‘'Some Things Tou Can’t I)o W.th
Evening service, the church had
i splendid service ard n crowd' d
ouse. Rev. P. Ni* hoUon, paste
l'i'- s Louise Nu .n and cP s Fri n
Ci.’ Brown and M1*. Worker r.pon'
C.itU'day in Red Oak, la.
Miss Gin Arnett has returned
from Kansas City.
Mrs. Irene Doton, the organist of
the Second Baptist church, has re. ;
turned from Lincoln, Nebr.
Mrs. Creolo Gr;ggs visited her I
mother and many other friends in
Mrs. Washington is on the sick
fire of unknown origin
Tho tent under which the 7th
Day Adventists had been worship
ping far several weeks located at
24th and Grant street®, was com
pletely destroyed by fire lajt Fri
day afternoon. The cause of the
fire is unknown.
QUACKS START QUACKING
Tho Quack club held their first
fall meeting at tihe Northaide Y.
W. C. A., September 17th, with
Mrs. lone I-owis, presiding.
Tho offer: s and chairmen will
leave for Camp Brewster tho 25th
to hold their hi1 annual setting up
conference of which the purpose is
to make plans for the remainder of
Tho Silver Leaf club had fish
fry Tuesday which v. a - a tremend
The marriage of Miss Addie
Lambert t • Mr. Glover Morgan
which took place September 20th
at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Redd,' is announced.
Rev. D. G. Stevenson, read the
ceremony. The couplo was attend,
ed by Miss Amelin Partridge, who
was matron of honor, and Mr.
John Murdock, who acted as best
man. The couple will be at home
to their friends, at 6613 Railroad
VA. STATE COLLEGE
TEACHER VISITS HERE
Mrs. Cleopatra White-Armst rong
instructor of Home Economics at
Virginia State college, Petersburg,
Va., spent ten days in; the city vi
siting her father, Mr. George White
and other relatives and friends.
While in the city, Mrs. Arm
strong was entertained at numerous
affairs. Those entertaining were:
Mesdnmes Lucy Hawkins, Robbie
Davis, Mnble Johnsoa, Gladys Bell,
M. G. Chandler, Van B. Wheatley,
and Corriue Hunter.
Mrs. Armstrong will resume her
duties of teaching this fall at Va.
Be Financiall independent
Enroll Now! $109 course for
$66. Graduates prepared to pass
any state board examination.
Shampoo, 26c; Press, 26c
Croquignole, 26c; Manicure, 16c
2422 N 22nd St. WE 084C
Men’s Dress Shirts 13ys to 20
Men’s Ties. $.29—4 for $1.00
Open until 9 Sat. evenings
ACE TIE SHOP
The profile, mediumbrlmmed
shape on the left is| black felt
with polled) edge hud simple
ribbon treatment. The other is
of green velour, the crown
height lessened by the wide
biuid of brown ribbon caught
by a gilt motif at the side. They
are two sniajrti numbers for Mi
lady’s fall wardrobe.
“My boy friend wan a boy -cout
when ho was a kid and it’s still in
‘No, every time a lovely lady
passes he does his daily good turn.”
Mrs. Christens Esparza has been
;11 with pneumonia, She is slowly
All food secrets, from mother to
son of s'avery days. Jeff, 1818 No.
Mrs. Ada Crocket‘e m visitin '
her sister who has been i*l in St.
Geraldine Fields has lcm visit
ing her mo* her, Mrs. Gertrud
Fields in St. Joseph, Mo.
Mrs. Hattie Healey is visiting
her son, Clarence l ove and lie
granddaughter in Baxter Spr ngs,
Mr. Edward Wiggins and Mr
John Lewis, students at the Uni. of
Iowa were visitors in the Omaha
Guido n'snt, Monday. They plan to
leave Thur day of this week to re
enter the University of Iowa, at
Mr. Albert Williams, jr., of
Sioux City, Ia.^popular dancer and
singer, formerly of the Club Ala
bam of Los Angeles, Calif., may be
6een and heard nightly at Jim Bell’s
Harlem Nigh club, along with a
new red hot sizzling show.
$2.49 to $4.00
|hi All Colors
slimming modes in Fall's
most fashionable material.
Discovered by Jollne, noted
Hollywood style authority
and sent directly to us.
1510 No. 24th St. JA 0353
t____■ , ■■
Mrs. Ivory L. Barge, 2638 Pac
ker street, left for Youngstown, 0.
Saturday evening for a family
reunion. The reunion will be Sept
ember 26 th.
Mrs. Myrtle Bearley and Mrs.
Lucille Florence of Kansas City,
Kas., aro the heuse guo-ts of Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Scott, 1912 No.
■ ■■ o
Florentine L igh Crawford,
daughter of Mr. •, : d Mr. and Mrs.
Lovejoy Crswpord, 2505 Maple
street, celebrs ed her seventh birth
day, on Sundry, September 19th.
Mr?. Belle Glover, of Minneapolis
Minn, is visiting her neices Mrs.
Geraldine Craig and Mrs. Nellie
Jacks, 2620 Burdette, street. She 1
has been attending conference in
Keokuk, la., also she has been vi
siting her hometown, Lincoln. N br.
M \ and Mrs. Willie II. Jackson
of Chicago, lib, who were visiting
relative* and friends, left Thurs
day morning by motor for their
home. Mrs. Jack-on, will be remcm
be red by her friends as the former
Miss Lillie Hoffman.
Mrs. E. Jackson, who is the mo
ther of Mr. Jackson, is extending
her visit in the city, with her si -
ter in law, Mrs. Joshtolcr, 2531
Have the garments that ev
ery well dressed man needs.
Use our lay away plan on
any type of merchandise you
Sole what the well dressed
man is wearing m woolslaeks
and sport coats.
15th and Douglaa Sts.
Mrs. E. Flowers, 956 No. 26th
avenue, is reported to be HI.
- ■ o
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Willis, 2721
No. 28th avenue, left Saturday to
visit Mr. Willis' father.
Mrs. Mildred Gillum, who has
been confined to her home because
of illness, is reported improving.
Mt-s Nellie Bassett, arrived from
Des Moines, la., Saturday morning,
where she visited her cousins, Miss
ea Catherine and Ruby Vandever.
Miss Bas ett plans to enter Cen
tral high school this fall.
Mrs. A. L. Brown, sister of Mrs.
A. D. Davi--, and Mrs. E. C. Hill,
will arrive this week, from Denver,
Colo., where she has been visiting
Ersler Walker, 3124 Maple St.,
lost contro1 of her bicycle, last
Tuesday and ran into a curb,
which resulted in serious injury,
necessitating 15 stitches. She was
taken to a hospital.
Mrs. Ross, 2814 No. 30th street,
was injured in an automobile ^acci
dent which occurred 30 miles from
Kansas City. The father and son
who were accompanying Mrs. Ross,
Mrs. MlartMa Mills, 2940 No.
25th stret, Mrs. Geo. Bryant, and
Mrs. Lula Williams, 2875 Wirt St.
and Mrs. J. A. Drake, 2230 Wi'lis
avenue, motored to Lincoln, Nebr.
to attend the State Fair.
Funeral services for Mr. Melford
Lewis, 1125 No. 19th street, who
passed away, September 13th, will
be he,id at the Myers Funeral Home
Friday, September 24th, with Rev.
Johnson, pastor of the Metropolitan
church officiating. He is survived
by three children, Hazel, Melvin,
Tho Executive Board of tho Old
Folks Home mot September 8th,
at the home. The Association
meetings are the 3rd Friday in each
month. We wish to thank all for
the donations for the month of
August, who contributed to this
“EAT FLE16CHM ANN’S
YEAST FOR HEALTH”
24th and Lake Street
I. ■ • If'
/A GIRL FRIE
; .. ' • -• '
Mrs. Hattie Smith and sister,
Mrs. Anna Fenix, were called to
Denver because of the death of
■ • >
Mrs. C. A. Hawkins, 2923 Lake
St., is spending her vacation visit
ing relatives -and friends in St.
Joseph and Kansas Cty, Mo.
Mrs. Rosa Pettigren is home
after spending ten days in Ijos
Angeles, Calif., attending the Na
tional Baptist convention.
Miss Louise Bryant, 2117 Clark
street, was injured in an accident,
while riding a bicycle September
15th. She was taken to Nicholas
Senn hospital where i-he. was given
first aid treatment. She is reported
to be improving at this time.
Ilf* No OH beyond hof* Wo*
Insr 1 Write me today. Inform»tfcm.FRJ5*l
M WILLIAMS, Journal Square S&u
Jersey City, N. L
Bargains in Homes
Two five room houses all modern.
Furnished, For resit.
One room and kitchenette—modem.
Furnished, for rent.
2803 No. 24th St-, 6 rooms all mo
dern oak finish. Full cement
basement. $200 cast, price $1,500
Bal. per month, $20. subject to
7 room-. All modern Price $1,00.
$200 down. Balance like rent.
All monthly payments above in
clude taxes and interest.
E. M. DAVIS
Licensed Real Estate Broker
2817 No. 24t>h St. WE 1166
Beautifully washed and returned just
damp enough to IRON.
Minimum bundle 48c
Shirts Finished in Any Family Bundle 8c
i LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS
Edholm & Sherman
2101 North ? 1th fit. We 6055
102 * sW.000 «f®0» *?,££
•*“£ 5 l0l%?»‘' tx£***i
fC&6tXCa\ rtJ\V Ci 1-a CO» ® _ ejJtV^0' _rtV °*
3***3Lp«rf»» SttJ* tO*)*1*
** « tOB^ «**•*£*
' &&&&** - '
Nebraska Power Company
Powered by Open ONI