The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, September 17, 1938, Page Eight, Image 8
AFFAIRS The ^S-o-oi-e-t-y"World organizations RETURNS FROM ST. LOUIS , Mrs. Estella Watters has just return*! from St. Louis, Where shi attended the National Baptist con vention. Mrs. Watters while in St. Lon's "os the guest of Mrs (Florence Lewjs and Mrs. Mottii Willia:) s. Many social affairs were planned in Mrs. Watters honor. Mrs. Watters reports a very pleasant trip. _-□-* Rev. Raymond S. Jackson of the Church of God, Topeka, Kansas, his wife .Cleopatra and daughter Melissa Francis were in Omalm Wednesday to attend the funeral of Solomon Hieronymoug who was killed hy an automobile last week. I- "~1 A rich.sweet cold drink. Couldn’t be belter if it cost d dollar. H ikvfrja i IJHb Mrs. Jackson is a niece of Mr Hieronymous. Mrs. M. Lee Tleed 2fi28 Charle? gave a dinner Tuesday night ir honor of Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Hill. Other guests were; Wm | Pryor, Mrs. Bessie Turman and 1 Vernon M. Reed. | - Miss Romona Williams of Sla | ter, Mo., returned this week with Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Campbell of 2409 N. 29th St. who have been vacationing in Oklahoma and Kan sas City. Miss Williams will be the house guest of the Campbell's while in town. Rev. Campbell who is assistant pastor at Pilgrim Faptist Church is a native of Ok lahoma City. _**•**_ Mrs. Elnora Stewart Townsend of Oklahoma City is visiting in the city for an indefinate stay. She is a gospel singer and ig now sing ing at the Zion Halpt. Church every noon and night. Mrs. Ste. wart is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Snni Lawson of 2214 No .29th St. . ■ ‘ I • 1 Herman’s Market HERMAN FRIEDLANSER PROPRIETOR 24th Like $L WE.5444 | IRcnfre^vcms grille (formerly the Apex Bar) A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP LIQUORS — BEERS & MINE SPACIOUS DANCE FLOOR — NEWLY DECORATED 1818 N. 24th St. JA-9331 3uausrjsiu5(iieiuaije(UHiu5nr5(U5iu5aErueiu5iu5nj5iu5iU5(uau5(ueiu5P-re PERFECT ECONOMY^ | Because the Popular Budget Shop , Features High-Fashion at a Low Price in Fall Dresses _ i l i] j I The styling and detailing you've seen in Vogue . , • the Fall colors that are the rage of Paris . * • you II find ♦hem in this group of dresses at only 6.95. Sketched. Rust crepe with diagonal stitching on blouse « • • um brella stitching on skirt. i II J * f.» Budget Shop—Second Floor—East Building ^ SEEK HIGHEST STAN DARDS FOR BUSINESS WOMIJN OF RACE : ■ 1 " ■ - vjiiicersc of lota Pm namba ttor ( ority at the annual boule held in Ckv'land recently. Iota Phi Lamb.', is made up of business women. Its purpose to im prove tl'o efficiency of its mem bers and to encourage higher Lusiness training among high school and college gills. Seated left to right: Mrs. Mildred Miller, National Recording Se retary, Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. -rtunit: it. Hughes, 1st Vice presi-; dent, Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. Lola M. Parker, National President, Chicago, 111.; Miss Maxine Broy les, 2nd vice-president, Detroit, Mich.; Miss Nettie Bennett, treasurer, Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. Alico P. Allen, Dean of Pledges iBrmjngham, Ala. Standing: Miss Marguerite E. Harv y, .journalist, Washington, D. C.; Mrs. O. P. Williams, Southern -1.—; Kegional Directress, Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. Sarah A. Lewis, Cor esponding Secretary ; Mises Sa rah C. Plater, Eastern Regional Directress, Washington, D. C.; Miss J’uchsja B. Miller. Western Regional Directress, Chicago, 111.; Miss Theodosia B. Skinner, Northern Regional Directress, ! Cleveland, Ohio. (ANP) ! 1 I ATTEND EVENING CLASSES AT THE “Y” The Board of Education, Voca tiona 1 Department is offering ight classes to the community at the North Side YMCA, 2306 No. 22nd St. Classes will range from ho very beginner through the eight grade when a certificate is issuel by the Omaha Public Schools. This is the first time that thii privilege has been granted in his community. Registration will ho held Monday night from 7 ‘til '.) o’clock at the “Y”. If you are nly interested in one or two sub jects a schedule can be arranged u>r you. Como and register and meet the three teachers who have had their classes combined so as to form a schedule. Miss Martha Fulton, Supervisor will be there also. Don’t forget the date and time, Monday Flvening, Sept., 19, 1938 from 7 ‘til 9 o’clock. Mrs. Grey Mrs. Thelma Hancock Miss Estella Robertson Teachers. _rt_ w Beauty Expert Mrs. Mary E. Patterson, princi pal of the Vfelyatex School of Cosmetology of Little Rock,Ark ansas, spent several days in Oma ha as the house guest of Mrs. Christine Althouse oif the Althouse School of Beauty Cul ture. Mrs. Mary E. Patterson, who is also a state inspector of beauty shops in Ark. attended the National Beauty Culturists Con vention in Chicago last week. New Resident Mr. Henderson Calhoun, form erly of Dallas, Texas, is now re siding with his niece, Mrs. Marie Farker of 2825 N. 24th St. Mr. Calhoun is a veteran railroad chef and has served on some of the largest systems in the country. Mr. Edward Pitts, 1918 N. 27th St. died suddenly Saturday night, at his home. The body has betn shipped to Sh.'rnian Texas, his birthplace. Miss Effie Hortense accompanied the body. Miss Eloise Jones, returned from California in time to greet Omaha i'riend s before returning to her post as school t: acher in Dallas, Texas. Mrs. L. L. McVey has returned from a visit in Denver, Colo. Mr. J. C. Carey and family is expected back from the Pacific Call Vs For MODERNIZATION Attics, Kitchens, Basements, Re roofing, Insulation. Re-siding. No Down Payment Easy Monthly Payments MICKLIN LUMBER CO. 19th & Nicholas Sts. JA. 5000 Coast this week-end. Mrs. Frankie Jones of Tulsa is the house guest of her aunt and •uncle Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Wiley 2875 Ohio St. Springers Cheaper than Bacon, lioc lb. Dressed and Delivered Free: Green Trading Stamps,— CAREY’S GROCERY, WE. 6089 Open Sundays—Baby Beef Head. (,'aarters. S. M. C. Baker 2817 N. 24th St. is confined to her home because of illness. Miss Emily Lee Pleasant gave an informal party honoring Miss Bobbio Walker of Leavenworth Kansas at her residence 2426 Er skine Saturday afternoon, Sept. 10, The guests were Kathryn Ann Watt, Marie Williams Coleta Wil. liams, Gloria Bryant, Ralph firyant, Delores Bryant, Joyce Luckey, Antionette Herman. Mam ie Simmons was hostess and Emi ly Leo co-hostess . THE CARTER BENEVOLENT CLUB The Carter Benevolent Club met September 1st at 927 N. 25th St. The club was entertained by hos tesses Lizzie Buford, Marie LeCoq, Ernestine Speece and Hazel Wal ton. The attendance was good and all members were glad to meet again and resume their efforts. 1 bo regular report was dispensed with, after which time was devot ed to narrations of summer vaca tions, of which Mesdames Hattie Hawkins, Addic Seales and Gwen dolyn Deckard gave interesting remarks. Mrs. 'Rose Floyd then in troduced the visitors who were; Mesdames M. Bradshaw of Des Moines, Iowa; Margaret Williams of Lincoln, Nebr. and Mrs. Good. ! w,n- R°v- W. S. Metcalfe spoke j v ,-y interestingly of items vital . to club activities; after partaking , a palatable and delicious luneh | e°n the club adjourned to meet October 6th at 2883 Binney St. —-oOo Mrs, Jessie Hedgewood promi nent society matron of Denver, j t olo. is spending a few days at th home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ■ Mitchell 2513 Charles as a house guest.. Mrs. Hedgewood is being extentively entertained w'hile ir thy city. THE OMAHA GUIDE offers free service on all Church, social, I Club and organization news, Mail telephone or bring to office at 2418 Grant St. b. fore Wednesday noon for current publication. Spe_ cial coverage of big events call Web. 1517. ---- I FASTEST HUMAN IN OMAHA I Jesse Owens famed athlete was a visitor in Omaha last week. While here he was guest of the EIks Club and was entertained by ! Mand Mrs. John Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. McCaw. Owens was enroute to Idaho and Utah to participate in exhibition meets. Harry Lewis, jr., of 1406 No. i 22nd St. celebrated his tenth birth j day Thursday September 15th. -* Miss Marion Shaw, sister of Mrs. Harry Lewis, is leaving next week for Chicago, 111., where she ! will attend school. ———o FOUR LYNCHINGS SO FAR SAYS NAACP. New York, Sept. 15—Informa tion just received from a reliable white citizen of Columbus, Miss, establishes that the first lynch ing: of 1938 took place in that city I'riday June 10, it was announced i ^ero by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored | People. This makes th total for : the year four, according: to N. A. i ___ * We Pay Cash For OJd & Antique Guns WE 2869 521 No. 16th St. ~am¥rican~ WEINER SHOP 2509 North 24th Street I i Best Chili and Best Hot Dogs in the West All Kinds of Sandwiches HOME MADE ICE CREAM Dolgoff Hardware PAINT, GLASS & VARNISH We Do Glazing & Make Window Shades to Order Stove Pipes, Furnace Pipes, & Stove & Furnace Repairs Electrical Supplies Plumbing Supplies Roofing Paper & Guttering We Have a Full Line of KITCHEN UTENSILES (Open Evenings) —WE. 1607— 1822-24 N. 24th St. ; A. C. P. Three lynchings have taken place in Mississippi. Wash Adams was beaten to death with an iron instrument by three young white men °f Columbus, Miss. June 10. Tom Green was shot and burned by a mob of 300 at Rolling Fork Miss. July 6. Claude Banks was shot to death by a. “posse” at Canton, Miss. July 21. ---- SILHOUETTE CLUB The Silhouette Club met at the heme of Mrs. Willis Gray, 2122, Lake St. Wednesday Sept. 14th. 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