The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, October 15, 1938, Page Two, Image 2
SOCIAL qrUv* 1r1 CLUBS AFFAIRS 1 lie * Id ORGANIZATIONS .L TEA OT ROSA BELLE "ho Fall Tea given by the Rosa lo past Auxiliary proved to he access. The color scheme throu >ut tho tea was red, green and low. The ladies all had on th ir tutiful formnls of fall shades. 0 table was beautifully decora 1 with fall flowers. Tho ladies ; planning on giving another !1 social affair in the near fu re. Watch the paper for date. Tho Gay Cavaliers gave a stag rty for the in-coming and the it-going officers. Every one had very enjoyable evening. The eeting was held at the home of We Pay Cash For Old & Antique Guns WE 2869 521 No. 16th St. RITZ STUDIO — 2031 N. 24th St. i' PHOTOS - —4 for 10c j We Specialize in Enlargements Mr. Charles Gude, 2715 Miami St. Tht new officrs are Mr. Bill Per ry, president, Mr. Charles Gude, Secretary, Mr. Ben Carter Mr. Philip Robinson Fine Adj. The past members are: Mr. Jarvis Green, president, Mr. Ferdinanalls Seer tary, Mr, B 11 Perry, Treasu rer Mr. B<<n Carter Fine Adj. -0O0 ELK'S DOINGS The Elk’s will open the sfason with a Tacky Party and a Floozy Danco to bo given at the Elk’s Hall, 2420 Lake St., by Iroquios N. 92. and Cherokee Templa No. 223 on Monday evening, October 24, 1938. Tho General public is invited. I am sure the committee in charge will have a real treat for you, and agrand time is planned for every body. Brother H. J. Johnson is chairman of the Ways and Means Committee. They are sponsoring this affair jointly with the Lodge and Temple. Come early and stay late. --—oOo — JOINT MEETING The Trustees and the House Committee met on Monday even ing nt 8 P. M. in joint s r.sion. AH members wcr0 present on the House Committee. Brother Elmer Gant Iatc\ /Brother Paul Holliday had his staff in full. He is the chairman of the Trustee Board. Brother James Richardson is the chairman of the House Committee. 1Rcnbc3vous grille (formerly the Apex Bar) A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF LIQUORS — BEERS & WINE SPACIOUS DANCE FLOOR _ NEWLY DECORATED ' 1818 N. 24th St. JA-9331 3UE71 rfTi ft 3Ur3UPn fpfl fr=*n rpn fpfl fpfl fPn ran ran n=>n ran ran ran ran ran ran ran ran ran r~i I ELECTRIC COOKING COSTS ONLY HALF AS MUCH AS YOU THINK! Electric cookery is cheap! Now you can enjoy the many labor-saving, time-saving advantages of Modern Electric Cookery and still stay within your family budget. The new electric ranges are faster, better, more economical and you will be sure of delicious, nourishing food for your family. Electric cookery preserves the natural nutrition values and good taste of good foods! Let your dealer explain how little it costs to cook with your step-down electric rates. | SEE YOUR DEALER STEP-UP TO BETTER / LIVING WITH STEP- , DOWN ELECTRIC RATES ‘ -J____ Broshev Paul Holliday, Nat Hunter calked at l ngth t,u gomo poits of interest to the club The me ting closed in a harmoni ous spirit. Brother Jam's Richard son, chairman of the House Com mitte't is always plannirg for your comfort. He really put the E in Elk;; in the beautiful Elks Club rooms. Watch this paper for our program, which will bo of interst to you during the winter season. -0O0— Meet Your Friends at The Omaha Guide’s 12th Annual Household & Foo1* Demonstration, Oct. 18 to 22r 1 end Take Home A Prize. -O-— GALA AFFAIR AMONG THE SOCIETY YOUNGSTERS OF LOGAN FONTENELLE APTS. Gala affair among the youngs ters of the Logan-Fontcmlle Apts, war, that of littl i Barbara Am Dill who was five years old, October 5, 1938 and celebrated her birth day at a party given Sunday af ternoon. Onct of th- loveiest of the season.Halloween decoration were used for the party. In the center of the tab! was a large bouquet of roses and sweet peas, the same ar, on tho cake. Five candles were on it.’ Mrs. Helen Taylor took charge of the many games that wero played. Mrs, Taylor also took over the presents and read the many names of those gave. Mrs. Dill rec; ived the guests and was suro each one was introduced to j t hose present. Those present were | Misses: Jar.ico McGaw, Joan Mc Gaw, Oharline Davis, Be'-ndy Ma dison, Maryne Taylor, Ethel War ren. Masters John Adams 3rd, Son ny Carpenter, and Norman Lee. Barbara Ann was the recipient of many lovely and practical gifts and sho is the daughter of Mrs. Sally Dill. -oOo— Those who are fortunate enough to rato an invitation, are whisper ing back nn(| forth ahout thc cute costumes they will wear at the Kid Party to be given by the J. M. F. Bridge Club nnxt week. -oOo— VISITS LINCOLN Littlo Juanita Ann Hang r, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hanger spent the week-end at Lin coln, Nebraska as tho house guest of Miss Jacqulin. Young, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs .Roland Young. Littlo Miss Hanger had thy plea sure of attending and seeing the NfAraska-Iowa game. This was tho littlo ladies first football game. -0O0-. Meet Your Friends at The Omaha Guido's 12th Annual Household & Food Demonstration, Oct. 18 to 22nd and Take Home A Prize. Sunday, Oct. 9, 1938 from 4-G Mrs. Sally Dill gave a birthday party honoring her little daughter Barbara Ann’s birthday. The lit tlo guests weru given candy bas kets «s lavors in Hallowe'en colors. Barbara Ann entered the kinder , gartan this fall. -0O0 — | CHARITY CLUB On Tu esday Oct. 5, 1938 the Omaha Urban League Charity Club held, their regular meeting of the month at the Urban League Com munity Centor. This club consists of a group of yourg matrons who not only spend their time sewing layettes for one of the Social A gencies, giving physical and finan cial help to tha needy, but also moral, spiritual and mental encour ngement to the young people es pecially girls and young women of the community. Tha group consists of: Mrs. S. C. Hanger, president; Florence Terrell, vice-president; Evp, Mae Dixon, secretary; Alberta Jones, treasurer; B. B. Squires chairman of the Program Convmi tee; Louise Packard, chairman of the Finance Committee, Ethel Newman, chairman of the Social Committee, and other members: Glo Mae Williams, Evelyn Murry, Mabl i Davis, Florence Myers Car-! ri, Jewell, Carrie Groomes, Doris : Shcbes, and Grace Bradford. __ WIENER ROAST Thursi^iy Oct. 16, tlhe Young Married Set had a r.o-host wiener roast, at Hum mol Park sponsored hy Mrs. Arthur B.McGaw in honor of Mrs. Laurn Parsons of Denver, | Colorado. She is the house guest of her uncle, Mr. J. C. Carey of 2810 North 30th. Those present j wore; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Mes sers. Melva Stewart, Jimmy Jewell j Mr. Bob Belton of Minneapolis, i Minn., Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hanger, Miss Florence Meyers, Dr. and Mrs. j Wuldon Soloman, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Madison, Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Squires, Mrs. Bobby Davis, Miss Susio Whitesdie, Virginia Jackson, Pay Williams and Tommy Chand le,. -—oOo Springers Cheaper than Bacon, j 20«^ lb. Dressed and Delivered Free: Green Trading Stamps.— 1 CAREY’S GROCERY, WE. 6089 i Open Sundays—Baby Beef Head, quarters. ~VISITOR Mr. Robert Stringer of Kansas City, Kansas who is visiting his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stringer, 2117 No. 27th St. was honored by a dinner given Sunday afternoon. Among ! thorn prerent were Mrs. Ada Max ey, Mrs. Annie Boyd, Mrs. Fory steen Burroughs, Mr. Robert Simp , on, Mary Jane Woods, Donna j Stringer and Emmett Marshall. Mr. Strirgor will be here two j weeks. CHICAGOAN VISITS Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barnett of Chicago, Illinois, has been the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam W. Bdl, of the Logan Fon ; tenelle Apts, for the past week. Mrs. Barnett will be remembered Torridaire Improved Type | COAL Heaters | I Reduced I 1 Prices DC .I ■ Convenient Terms | Orchard & Wilhelm Co. | t'> h u' many friends as Mrs. Fran ces Peebles. Amnog the social af fairs given in her honor were, A bridge luncheon given in tho re creation room of the Logan Fon t-nello Apts., by Mrs. William W. Bell, Mrs. Barnett sister-in-law. A. Fo-Ko No-Party with Mrs. Price Terrell as hostess the afternoon of Oct. 7th. A bridge supper with Mrs. Herbert Clarke as hostess the night of Oct. 7th. -—0O0 MASONIC LODGE LETTER OF APPRECIATION To the Grand Lodge of the Ma sonics of the state of Nebraska: Attorney W. B. Bryant wishes to than the Grand Lodge of the Masonics of the state of Nebraska for tho appointing of him a.s their Grand Attorney, in their last ses sion which convened in last August Ho feels that such appreciation should be shown, especially to the Grand Master, Nat Hunter and the Deputy Grand Master, A. R. Good lett. Confirmed by the board of Di rector, I will always show that honesty and ability will b2 worthy of all concerned, of _ tho welfare and care of all business Lodge, hecauso I fed it is my duty to do so, stated Mr. Bryant. -oOo FROM DOUGLAS COUNTY DEMOCRATIC HEADQUARTERS j Douglas County's Democratic or ganization went into high gear this week, starting action in the cam paign with a series of radio broad casts and concentration by party workers on registering of all un registered I)t mocratic voters. County Chairman Edward J. Dugan, pleased with a three-to cne showing by Democrats in the early registration, confidently pre dicted a margin of 40,000 Demo cratic registration in the county this year. Democratic County candidates are working through county head quarters, 1816 Douglas St. on a unitul front campaign for the straight Democratic ticket. State candidates also are using tho coun ty headquarters for their activities in Douglas County. Chairman Dugan and the three Democratic candidates for County Commissioner promptly rejected an attempt by Republican County Commissioner candidates to inject a County Manager issue into the county campaign. The Democratic candidates tako the stand that sinco they will have no votes on adoption of the County Manager plan, they should devote them selves to their economy platform pledges rather than taking up oth er matters in the campaign. Chairman Dugan issued a denial to criticism that some party work era worej not carrying out head quarters instructions regarding the manner of listing unregistered vo ters. “There have been no complaints to headquarters regarding misre presentations by any of the work ers,” he said. “W'e want full regis tration for all Demcicratics by fair methods. It is not my desire, nor ever has been, to elect the Democratic ticket by deception or misrepresentation.” Tha straight Democratic ticket, congressional, state, and county has been indorsed by the Douglas County Union Voters League, re presenting political activities of or ganized labor. Another early in dorsement of the whole ticket is from the Austrian-Hungarian Vermin. --0O0 THE WELL DRESSED WOMAN The well dressed woman .of to day does not go in for fads or styles that are the rage of the moment. She does not woar a cer tain type of hat if it is not be coming to her, just because it is a popular model, or#worn by some movie star. She chooses the style Ihat is most attractive to her featurcs. One that distracts from ■ ho bad points of her face and iccentuates or flatters the good mes. , "■ scffij£SnL&3&IDQ£ZZ3£&J, HOLLYWOOD CHARM : >•■ fwv 'ijfzxprmcsprszzc^y. By Bessie Mae West Althouse Beauty School When we hoar the word, “beau ty,” we usually think of the face even though there are many kinds and classes of beauty. Sincci it is the face that we look at most, remember longer, and make us de finitely individual, we shall build our charm beginning with the face. Just as the bath is the founda tion to evening and morning dress and foundation cream the begin ning of make-up so is a beautiful complexion the foundation of a woman’s charm. In order to have n smooth, clear complexion, we must rid the numerous little pores of thej skin of dust, dirt perspira tion, and sebum. These wastes we can remove by giving the face a gentle but thor ough washing with a lather from a reliable face soap. 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