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AFFAIRS The" -o-c-i-e-t-y^ World organizations
American and Chinese Dishe*
King: Yuen Cafe ..
20!©l4 N. 24th St. Jackson 8576
' from 2 p. m. until 3 i. m
BILL'S LOAN BANK
Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes
and Dry (.roods for Men,
Women and Children.
1804 North 24th St.
NOTICE the Bill-Board and
Neon Signs in the Windows
Mrs. Elnora Jackson, of l>a!L>s
Texas arrives Sunday for a 10-day
visit with her brother, Mr Wil
liam J. Andrews, 30111 Emmett
A very pleasant evening was
spent at the home of Mr. njid
Mrs. Charles Pankey Jr 2226 Ohio
St., Saturday evening July ]6th
in honor of Bishop, Wm. A Wash
ington D. D. of Los Angeles, Cal.
I)r. Sears of Calif, and Mrs. L.
Guy of Chicago 111. cousin of Mrs.
C'has. Pankey’s. Among guests
present; Rev. and Mrs. L. M. Relf,
Rev. J. W. Goodwin: Mrs, O. J
Burkhart of Lincoln Nebr- • Mrs.
' ' to-* ..»«nlo , 1WJ pnl
^Lond th*Y^“ J'ol oul ^Vlv.»- You 3av«
.isusosr* w.-5 $n. »■"
.. . 2.10
C,,UPC’.GRAI1' THESE BABGMNS <?»»<*_
Equal in quality to
tnosl flashlight bat
teries selling for 10c
y Samson Autofan
£ Air-cool your car in summer —
k or mist.
Rubber blades —
safe, silent and j
powerful. 6", 8"
and 10" models,
Genuine nickel-plated spotlight.
6'/4" long. Unusual value.
Sun Goggles ■
All types and
styles — ideal for
America's finest radio for your I
car. See it — hear it.
Garden Hose and Supplies^
Heavy (ingle-braid %" diameter hose. Will
not kink—light enough in weight ior
anyone to handle. Available in 25’ and
SO' lengths. Complete with couplings.
25 ft. Icnsih,
Haw fJoitls -high AT.
quality, all brass...... s, jQ
Spike Type Sprinkler
—bxaaa head, heavy y Q a
•pike. Covet* 29'area “wl#
Clincher Coupling —
solid brass -- grips
j EASY.TERMS,ON.LARGE .PURCHASES |
»M i y i t j k is r< j • IHkT1 -
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20th & Douglas 2406 L
< Downtown Store . South Omaha
' Open Evenings and Sundays
! Easie Harris, Miss Helen White,
i Mrs. Charles Redd, Mr. and Mrs.
1 W. H> gan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
! Pankey, Sr„ Mr. and Mis. H
j Bates, Miss Walterine Wright and
Miss Louise PfcJikey.
Springers Cheaper than Bacon,
uoe lb. Dressed and Delivered
Free: Green Trading Stamps,—
CAREY’S GROCERY, WE. 6089
Open Sundays—Baby Beef Head
Miss Zenobia Harper Oma
ha July 7 to spend the summer
with her grand parents in Ever
Ray Rucker an accountant in
the Minnesota State Capital was
a visitor in the city last weekend
and many courtesies were extened.
Prof. J- D. Whaley veteran
school teacher of Oklamulgee Ok
la. was a visitor this week at the
home of his niece Bell vara Collins
2622 Erskine St. An entertain
ment is being planned in his hon
r for Sunday afternoo. Prof. J.
Whaley is also a grand uncle of
Miss Estelle lltobcrtson v^'io is
attending Creighton University.
TO VISIT MILWAUKEE
Mrss. Anna Williams 2112 Se
ward St. is leaving this weekend
for a three week vacation in Mil
Mi*, and Mrs. R. D. Moss, new
lywed are residing at 2902 North
25th St. instead of 2524 as was
stated last week. Mr. Moss is an|
expert barber of the Franternity
Shop, while Mrs. Moss is a form
er Illinois school teacher.
Bethel Baptist Mission Art
club met S.t the home of Mrs.
Rosie Bolden, 2631 Grant St.. We
were glad to have Mrs. Grace
Collins with us. Mrs. Cora Jack
son was hostess. Sorry our presi
MODERN SHOE REPAIR
—1410 North 24th St.
Hunting Boots SPECIAL—
$1 50 while they last
Agency for 9c Cleaners &
Beer and Lunch
2047 No. 24th JA 4777
“Beer All Kinds
of Bottle Beer
ALWAYS ICE COLD
Drink a bottle of your faTorite
Peer alonp wltn your home
Beer and Sandwiches
Quick S Jr/ice
Cali JA 4777
dent won’t be with us in our next
I meeting s i ce she leaves Sunday
Rossie Bolden, pres
Cora Jackson, iReporaer.
SOCIAL ART CLUB
Tho Social Art club met Wed.
afternoon, June 29th, at the home
of Mrs. A. M Ford, 2719 Decatur, ■
to organize. The following officers
were elected: President, Mrs. E.!
Blue, Vitee-PTesidentt Mrs. E.
Porter,, Secretary. Mts- A. M
Ford, Theasu'rer, Mrs, Ma.ble
Diggs, Reporter, Mrss. Jewell
Ware, Chaplain, Mrs. M- Walker,
and Sewing Instructress, Mrs.
The hostess served a delight- '
July 13th, the Social Art club
met at the home of Mrs. E. Blue,
2635 Franklin, at 1:00 p m.
Tho president was in change,
after a brief business meeting, the
sewing instructress took echarg
for 45 minutes.
Tho hostess served a delight
ful menu. Two members were add
Tho meeting adjourned at 3-00
p. m- The next meeting, July 27th
will I > at the home of Mrs.1
Oneida Brown, 1816 North 28th
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Mr. and Mrs. Herchell Hubbard
and daughter also Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Cropp of Dos Moines,
Iowa, were in the city Sunday
visiting the Rev. and Mrs. G. W.
Hubbard. While here they were
tho dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Claude .1. Young, 5520 South 28th
Street, Rev. G. W- Hubbard is
pastor of tho Union Memorial M
E. church at 83rd ard U Streets.
Mr. Herchell Hubbard is a bro
ther and a member of the police
forcce in Des Moines.
Tlie Union Memorial M. E.,
church choir is sponsoring a mus
ical July 29 at 8:30 p. m. The
music will be furnished by the choir
assisted by other choirs of tho
Admission 15 cents.
Mrs. M. B. Young, Drector
Rev. G. W- Hubbard, Pastor
Tho Rev. Cb'.rnece C. Reynolds
pastor of Newman ME Church is
much in demand these days. He
has been invited to preach at
Fairbury, Nebraska at the union
services of all churches Sunday,
July 24th. By invitation of Bis
hop R. E. Jones he will address
tho Adjourn Session of the Cen
tral West Evangelism. He is of
no less distinction in Lincoln
where ho is serving Newman
Church and the community very
effectively. By unanimous vote of
the program committee, he was
i selected to preach at the Assem
bly Services at F.pworth Lake
Park Sunday, July 31st. This is
an honor coming to but few of
our race group- The Assembly
carries an attendance of several
thousand. It is under the auspices
of the Methodist City Union cf
L. K. Smith, Reporter
NOTICE TO ALL
There will be a get to gether
| meeting of all ex-soldiers at the
Urban League Center, 2213 Lake
St. at 8:30 p. m. Thursday even
ing. Congressman Chas. McLaugh
lin will be guest speaker If you
are an ex-service man, his wife
or a member cf his family, its
Chas. W Porter
LAUNDRY Announces— — —
Here’s Good News for North Omaha’s
thrifty homemakers. You can now save
20% on all laundry and dry cleaning by
I using Emerson - Saratoga’s convenient
Drive in Courteous Service plus Savings
Equal to Receiving Every fifth bundle
without charge. You’ll like Our Quick
Cash and Carry Service
Southwest Corner 24th and Erskine Sts.
NEGRO NYA EMPLOYMENT
REACHES ALL-TIME HIGH
Chicago, July 20 (ANP)—Ne
gro youth employment on NYA
projects reached an all time high
in the report released July 1 by
NYA State Director William J.
Campbell . Employment figures
reveal that 1,748 were employed
on the NYA Works program, ex
clusive of the number receiving
benefits under the student aid
program which includes high
school, college and graduate aid
to needy students.
The ycubhs are employed in
sewing rooms, radio shops, wood
working shops, community centers
artcraft shops, blue-print rooms,
mineograph departments, tennis
net construction and welding
shops. Especially interesting dur
ing this season of the year are
the community farms at Spring
field and at Lovejoy.
Girls have been given special
training in child care, home eco
nomics ard laundry work. Brush
up training in such clerical skills
as typing, stencjgrrjihy, switch
hoard operation and business En
glish have been available to Ne
gro youth throughout the state,
ment training in auto mechanics, i
Boys have received pre-employ-!
cement instruction, out door in-1
struction and some building in- j
M( ro than 1,200 NYA youths
have received complete physical
examinations through the coop
eration of local beards of health j
medical societiess and community ^
organizations- Over 1,000 have
also taken speccial training in
first aid, c< mmur.ity hygiene and
personal hygiene. Youth chorus
es have been organized at Brook
port, East St. Louis and Chicago.
Other cultural activities, such as
marionette theatres, little theatre
groups and jazz and symphony
orohesras, are >n operation.
Assistant State Director Char
les P. Browning pointed out that
the- work experience given this
group is designed to increase
their employment oppertiunities
by giving them background skills,
JAMES WELDON JOHNSON
(Continued from Page 7)
Every Vorce and Sing” the song
which he wrote and whish colored
Americans have adopted as the
National Snog of their race. Most
men sing. All men enjoy hearing
song. For many generations this
song will carry the name of its
author into the future of Ameri
“Shadowed beneath Thy hand,
May we forever stand,
COLA DRINK. I
To contach prospects fcr Ameri
ca’s most significant Negro book,
NEGROES AND THE LAW, by
Fitzhugh Lee Styles, A. B., LL.
B. The book sells itself. Liberal
commisions, $200 cash prizes.
Write Langston Sales Co., Phil
adelphia, Pa- Students and others
here is a chance to earn liberal
•ommissions and win $100 first
Bef. U. B. Pet. Off. /f
The Larieuse Beauty Foundation was established by ^
the Godefroy Manufacturing Company to study methods
of preserving women's natural beauty, and to make
the results of this research available to the public.
IT’S A HOT TIME
At this time of the year wo are
nil confronted with the problem
of how to keep looking fresh ns n
daisy when In reality we feel like
yesterday’s gardenia. But, it can be
accomplished, at least to a limited
Cleanliness and beauty go hand
in hand and cleanliness Is the key
note to summer loveliness. No mat
ter how dashingly you may be
dressed, In your crisp new dotted
,Swiss and a big leghorn hat, you
won't make a very alluring im
pression if your powder is caked
on your nose, your lipstick smeared
beyond the normal line of your
mouth, and your mascara streaked
across your cheeks.
The secret of looking fresh on the
hottest days lies to a great extent
In the proper use of make-up. Few
of us look our best without a hit
of artificial ahl. But when using
make-tip during hot weather, apply
it with n very light hand. A faint
sprinkling of powder lasts just ns
long as a barrel of flour and cer
tainly is less likely to cake when
your face becomes damp. A bare
tracing of lipstick gives a much
cooler effect than a heavier applica
tion and will not smudge as easily.
Mascara Is best forgotten entirely
in the Summer in warmer climates,
unless you find some that is guar
anteed water-proof. A light appli
cation of rouge Is recommended, ns
too much color may add to the hot,
To you beauty-conscious women,
I need not stress the importance of
a daily bath. I would like to men
tion, however, that soap and water
are not sufficient in this scorching
weather—or in any weather for that
matter — for assured daintiness.
There are a number of reliable de
odorants on the market. Choose
whichever you prefer and use it re
gularly according to your needs.
This is of vital importance to the
fastidious woman, Dont’ neglect it.
Your lrnir, too, should come in for
its share of consideration during
these Summer months. Your head
becomes hot and sticky and conse
quently the hair should be washed
more frequently than In the cooler
Avoid glaring nail polishes in the
Summer. A pale, subdued shade
gives a much cooler, more restful
effect. Many manufacturers are
putting out polishes especially de
signed for Summer use. Try them
out and see if the result Is not grat
Try to keep a pleasant frame of
mind. Avoid getting into a stew—
literally. Letting little annoyances
put you in a temper just makes you
feel the heat more. Drink plenty of
water. Walk, don’t run. Relax.
Don’t lot anybody make you hurry.
And see if you do not look, and ac
tually feci, cooler.
What are your beauty prob
lems? Write Marie Downing,
Larieuse Beauty Foundation,
Room 607 — 511 Locust St., St.
Louis, Mo., and she will be glad
to answer them. Be sure to en
close a self-addressed stamped
JUNE GRADUATES0'193 8
Tech—Central—South & North
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-| CENTRAL HIGH GRADS |
o —--- - o
James Hall, 124 So. 25th St.,
Milton Moore, 2302 N. 27th
Henry James Saunders, 2880
George Sledd, 4430 16th. St.,
Evelyn Dortch, 2715 Binney St.
Margaret Hill, 1432 N. 22nd,
Julia Sanford, 2430 Franklin,
Russell Rudd, 2886 Ohio,
| TECH HIGH GRADS |
Allen Alvin, 2120 N. 27th St-,
Anders, Bertha Jane, 1026 N.
Cole, Daisy, 956 N. 27th St-,
Green, Mary, 3510 Blondo,
Harper, Hortense, 2632 Frank
Harris, Mary, 930 N. 25th St.,
Harrison, Helen, 2230 Willis,
Hawkins, Loretta, 2401 Patrick
Lightner, Aletha, 2625 Charles,
rrhornas, Francis, 2929 Frank
Thomas, Myrdle, 3022 Corby,
Williams, Pauline, 1420 N- 26th
Willis, Oliver, 2712 Maple St.
Winston, Pearl, 2720 Corby,
| NORTH HIGH GRADS |
Delbert O. Gordon, 3212 Corby
(Won First Place in Current
William P. Haynes, 2859 Corby
Preston H. Lane, 1610 N. 28th,
Elizabeth Ann Davis, 2110 Lake
(Scholarship to University
Otilla Caria Gordon, 3212
Corby St., ^
Mabel King, 2866 Corby St.,
o -— o
| SOUTH HIGH GRADS |
M. Aubrey Wise, 2517 S. 29th
Good Wishes to The Graduates
J. G. Masters
_ July 3,1938
Many Graduation Presents in Our
Jewelry Line at Veiy Reasonable Prices.
Crosstown Loan Co.
1819 North 24th St. JA. 0299
Good Wishes to The Graduates
NATIONAL ROOFING CO. v
627 Paxton Block
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