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WE 0998 1904 No. 24th St.
24th Lake St.
j Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Herring*
i ton of 3123 Burdette St., were host
and hostess to a house party given
in honor of Mr. and Mrs- David
Glover of Albany, Ind., Sunday
August 28 from 2 to 6 p. m.
Amor.7 those pprosont were Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Threet, Mrs.
Abner Ward, Mrs. Louise Hill,
Messrg .James and Clarence Pay
ton, Mr. Columbus Frazier and
Arthur Herrington, Jr- All had a
most wonderful t ine.
GOLF PARTY TAKES
2.000 M I L E TUI P
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Scott,
newlyweds, Miss Azalee Galloway,
Dal.as school teacher, Boyd Gallo
way of Omaha and Lonnie Tho
mas of Lincoln, left on a trip
from Joplin, Mo., and visisted
Kansas City, Omaha, St. Paul,
Minneapolis Madison, Wis., Des
Moines and returned to Omaha
Friday August 26.
Mrs. Georgia T. Johnson, has been
on the sick list for two week. She
is improving. She is tl esister of
Mrs. L. H Williams, 1308 No. 25th
BIGGEST GO IF MEET HELD
Thu beautiful Hiwiatha Golf
Links of Minneapolis was the scene
of the 1938 ir.ter club tournament
August 21 with the largest num
ber of entrants in the associations
First and second places were
captured by John Donaldson and
Jimmie Lee both of Minneapolis;
1st and second places in the 2nd
flight were won by Jack Howard
of Dis Moines and Boyd Galloway
of Omaha; Billy Davis won first
place in the 3rd flight. The Omo
ha team was represented by Jess
Hutten, Boyd Galloway, Penny
Murray, Lonnis Thomas, Malcolm
Scott and Billy Davis, all gave a
good account of themselves. Scott,
Hutten and Thomas qualified for
the 1st flight. The Iowa-Minn. club
rooms were the scene of the enter
tainment given in honor of visiting
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Open Evenings and Sundays
Miss Margaret Burten has just1
: returned to her home in Marshall
| Mo., after visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Cliford Lawson of 2206 No. 28th
She formed many new friend
ships which she enjoyed tremen
dously. Miss Ann Stevens, Miss
Margaret Mozee, Miss Beartice
Smith. She also visited her uncle
Mr. Brooks T. Burton. Mrs. Dora
Jackson spent a week also with
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lawson.
Miss Margaret Burton was break
fast guest of Miss Margaret Mo
zeo Sunday morning before leav
Miss Burton is a school teacher
of Marshall, Mo.
All registered cosmelotogists
who wish to be members of the
Omaha Unit of the National Beau
tician League are asked to get in
touch with the president Mrs.
Christine Althose as soon as pos
sible—Phone Webster 0846 2422
No. 2nd St.
Mrs. Beatrice Gray, 2210 No. j
27th St. ave. and Mrs. Mildred
Sherrod of East St. Louis, 111. vi-1
sited Souix City, Iowa and Jeffer
son, S. D. Sunday afternoon. Mrs.
Sherrod left Tuesday morning for I
Mrs. Estella Watters has just
returned from Des Moires, Iowa,
where ^sho attended the State As
sociation of Iowa, South Dakota,
and Nebraska. Mrs. Watters re
ports a grand session. She reports
also that it was grand to be able
to listen in on the guest speaker,
Mrs. Nannie H. Buiroughs, Secre.
tary of Women’s Auxiliary of Na-j
tional [Baptist Convention oi
Washington, D. C. Mrs. Watters
was reelected 1st vice president
of the state of Iowa.
The Althouse Beauty School is
continually adding new students
on its roll of Beauty operators.
Among our latest enrollment we
havo clementine Magness. Ollie
Redd and Hatti Moore.
VISITS WITH DAUGHTER
Boyd V. Galloway spent Wed
; nesday afternoon August 24, in
* Chicago visiting with his daugh
ter Kathryn Alice Galloway who
I was preparing to leave for Salt
; Lako City with her grandmother,
Mrs. Mab-1 Hawkins.
Social Art Club
Tho Social Art Club met Aug.
24th at one o’clock at the home
of Mrs. F. Green, 942 No. 27th
Ave; with the president in charge.
Thirty minutes were for busi
ness transactions, two new mem
bers were enrolled.
Tho ladies worker forty.five
with their sewing. The sewing in
structress in charge. Each lady is
doing very artistic work.
Tho beginners are doing very
The, hostess served a most grati
fying menu. The meeting adjourn
ed at 3 P. M.
A. lovely time was had by all.
Next meeting Sept. 4 at Mrs
Mable Diggs 1514 North 25th St.
President, Mrs. Blue
Secretary, Mrs. Ware
Mrs. Arthur Justus of 2911 North
28th Ave. returned home after a
six week visit in Macon Ga. with
her parents and friends. Mrs. Bur
ton W. Welter, Mrs. Justus’ mo
ther returned with her daughter
to visit several weeks.
FELIZ DOCE NEWS
An informal dinner party spon
sored by the Feliz Doco Club, was
held at “Dave and Minnies, Cafe,”
24th and Burdette Sts., Sunday
evening, August 28th.
The guests arrived between se
ven and seven-thirty o’clock. The
dinner was given in honor of two
of the club girls having birthdays
in the month of August.
The honor guests were Miss
Clarice Williams and Miss Helen
Smith. Miss Vei*n McGawgh was
toastmaster of the evening. Mr.
? Raymond Williams, toastmaster.
Other guests were: Messers Jar,
vis Green, Bill Perry, Charles
Crump, Hunter Farmer, Phillip
Robinson, Mar.ey Mosely, Theodore
Turner, and Edward Cole.
Mesdames: Isadore Wilson, Gen
evieve Bryant, Juanita Bassett,
Ethel Grant, Etta Perry, Bernice
Crutchfield and Olive Herman.
The club colors were carried out
in the table decoration with brown
and gold candelebras a centerpiece
of roses, (the club symbol) and
place carda consisting of gold
flower pots of roses.
After a very appetizing chicken
dinner a lovely cake decorated with
roses was served by the honor
guests. Wioe was served.
The toastmistress presented the
honor guests with lovely gifts from
the club, and the remainder of
theevening was spent in dancing.
An enjoyable evening was ex
pressed by all.
OMAHA PUBLIC LIBRARY”"
The Omaha Public Library
through the librarian, Miss Bertha
Baumcr, announces a new schedule
of hours to go into effect Tuesday
September 6th. With new schedule,
which is made possible by a WPA
project, the services of the Omaha
Branch Libraries will be greatly
extended. The complete schedule
for the Main Library and Branches
is as follows:
Harney at Nineteenth St. Ja. 5426
Circulation Department—9 A. M.
to 8:30 P. M.
Reference Rooms—9 A. M. to 9.
Children’s Room—9. A. M. to 6
Reference Rooms—2 P. M. to 6
Ttwenty-third and M. Streets
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday—9
A. M. to 9 P. M.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday—9 A.
M. to 5:30 P. M.
Ames Ave. and Twenty-ninth St.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday—1 P.
M. to 9 P. M.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday—9
A. M. to 5:30 P. M.
Military Ave. at Sixieth St. Wa.
Monday and Thursday—2 P. M. to
9 P. M.
Wednesday and Saturday—10 A.
M. to 5:30 P. M.
Thirtieth and Clay Streets
Wednesday 2 P. M. to 8 P. M.
Monday and Saturday—1:30 P. M.
to 5:30 P. M.
DOCUST SUB BRANCH
2808 No. Sixteenth St.
Saturday—9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
DALLAS TEACHER AND
TERTAINED AT COCKTAIL
PARTY ON AUGUST 27
Mis# Azala Galloway, school
teacher of Dallas, exas and Miss
Camile Ford formerly of Omaha
and now a resident of Washington
D. C., were the honored guests of
a cocktail party given at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. McConnell, 2634
Maplo St., Saturday night August
27. Thirty guests were present &
enjoyed themselves immensely un
til the party drew to a close early
Sunday morning with a breakfast.
Miss Bessie Mae West was hos.
tess. Among those present were:
Edrose Willis, Richard Graham,
Mary Willis, Henry Levels, Elia
Wright, Clemence Williams, Lor
raine Fletcher, Charles Dickersor,
Christine Dixon, Charles Davies,
Celestine Smith, Mose Ransom,
Marion Shaw, Logel Shaw, Mrs
Harry L. Lewis, Mabel Longmeyer,
John Beasely, Boyd Galloway,
Lonnie Thomas, Delmar Kirtly,
Floyd Brown ,Betty Major ,Julian
I The WPA Adult Night School
will begin its fall term on Sept.
12. Registration will be made at
Central High, Room 235, at 7:00
Courses offered will lead to dip
lomas in both grade and high
There will be classes in Citizen
There is no charge for tuition.
For additional information, call
At. 3140, Vacational Department.
CONVICT BURNS AND AC
COMPLISH IN SHORTER COL
LEBE ROBBERY, SHOOTING
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his car. Securing the money, he
then deliberaely shot Sherman the
bullet entering cne side of the
minister's neck and emerging from
the other, narrowly missing the |
jugular vein. Despite his injury,!
Rev. Sherman followed the pair
finally losing them when weakened
from loss of blood, he slumped
over his wheel and was halted by
a white merchant.
A tip resulted in suspicion being
fastened upon Burns. He had been
reported part of a group which
W’as seeking to bring reflection up
on the administration of Bishop H.
Y. Tookes and upon the candidacy
for Bishop of Dr. J. H. Clayborn.
The theft of the money which was
needed by Shorter to pay teacher’s
salaries was intended not only to
bring gain to the conspirators but
to cause dissension in church cir
cles. Whether the shooting was
premeditated was not brought out
for one of the hirelings confessed
his part in the crime when arrest
ed. Burns was captured later.
Bishop Tookes was active in
bringing the culprits to pustice.
He employed Attorneys Scipio
Jones and Hibbler who acted as
assistants to the district attorney.
Bums who teachtg in a rural
school near Fordyce brought the
mayor of that town, the principal
of the white school, and a number
of white residents to testify to his j
character, a procedure which nor- 1
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