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AFFAIRS The ^S-o-c-i-et-y- World organizations
Mr. Chari, o Crawford of Me
Minnville Tennessee is s tins his
mother Mrs. Mattie Crawford of
2926 North 28th St. Omaha was
his former home. Mr. Hill is an
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MUSIC CLUB HAS GALA
On the night of Oct. 29th( nil;
if the mystic and weird events
of the holiday season were giv n
i grand start at the Holloweenj
■ i rty given by the Los Cantores j
Music club at the horn* of Miss
Ethel Jonen, 2811 Caldwell,
j Gno could not help but become
enchanted as the first strains of
Jimmy Lure-ford, and Count Ba
sic’s music reached their ears,
nor did the smooth'y dancing fig
ures of the fun seeker translate
anythink but joy to the onlookers.
Of the grotesque costumes at
th, affair, Bertram John-on’s gy
psy outfit wa •, chosen best among
the yourg ladies, and Del mar
Karris’ feminine attire was quite
natural and becoming to him. A
mong those pr: sent were: Misses,
Doris Ware, Ethel Davis, Mary
Franklin Kat e Beasley. Winifred
Williams, Ella Mae Powell, Kat
therine Boggus, Dorothy Westfield
Bovey Carter, Inez Saunders, Ber
nice Grice, and Joyce Hall.
Messrs. Eddie Wright, (custo
dian of music) Felix Williams,
W’illiam Davis. Jesse Carter, Rich
ard Gibsor, Lawrence Smith, Al
bert Johnson, Clifford Makins.
Marvin Kellog and Gilbert Baker.
Watch for more events of this
active young people’s club especial
(formerly tho Apex Bar)
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP LIQUORS — BEERS &
SPACIOUS DANCE FLOOR — NEWLY DECORATED
1818 N. 24th St. JA-9331
GOVERNOR R. L COCHRAN
A real progressive Democratic leader who
has cooperated with the National administration
on social security and unemployment legislation.
He has kept Nebraska free from a sales tax
and other taxes that fall heaviest on the wage
_ , _I
Political adv. -
ly the concert to be given by them
at the end of the month.
Springers Cheaper than Baer n,
20^ lb. Dressed and Delivered
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CAREY'S GROCERY, WE. 6089
Open Sundays—Baby Beef Head,
GOOD SAMARITAN CLUB
Th i Good Smaritan Club met at .
tho home of Mrs. Lottie Keys
2217 No. 25th St. Tuesday at 1:30
P. M. The president, Mrs Perkins
calle-' the meeting to order. Min
utes were read and adopted. The
club wa •. open for business. “What
to do to finish out the year,” was
discussed by the ladies of the club.
Tho member*-, then took up their
Art Work for twenty five min
utes. Fine work is being done. A
lovely luncheon was served by Mrs.
Lott e Keys, the hostess. The meet
ing was adjourned at 4 p. m. to
meet on Tu< sday at the home of
Mrs. Jackson 927 North 27th St.
DANCE GIVEN AT CENTER
By “Scoops” Seay
A dance was given at the Urban
League Community Center, Friday
nigh';. October 28, by all the high
A special dance was g'ven by
Leroy Mason and Odessa Randolph
of Kansas City, Mo. The guys and
gals seemed to have enjoyed them
Saturday Oct. 29, Mr. and Mrs.
Brown surprized their little son
Ernest on his <>th birthday with
n birthday party. A host of little
friends added much to his happin
ness with their many gifts and
Sat. Oct. 29, the walls of the re
creation room at the Fontenelle
Logan apts. rang with laughter
and merriment from a number of
tots who represent every nationa
lity, fairy story characters and
creatures in their varied costumes
and masks. The host and hostesses
consisted of the children whose
are in the apts. Each little mem
ber invited a few of their little
friends. The entertainment consist-(
ed of a number of well known
games such as “Draw the Apple,’’
Going to Punchernella and Statue.
C. A. Sorensen
SORENSEN IS TOLERANT
SORENSEN IS FAIR
Sorensen is an able lawyer of wide legal experience, -good
judgement, and great dourage.
As Attorney General, he used his office to protect the weak
and the poor. He treated all alike without regard to their polit
ical connections, race, or religion.
Elect Sorensen Chief Justice
-• Political Advertisement
Refreshments of orange juice,
cookies, pop-corn and Hallowe’en
candies were er joyed by all pro- -
lent. Mrs. Ray Lee Jones, recrea
tion instructress wag in charge.
Madames Dana Murphy, Tommy'
Wilson and Miss Susie Whiteside
were hostesses at a Holiowe’cn j
party Friday Oet. 28. All guest
wero introduced. The party started j
off with a bang at Mr. Ray WiLi
liams. atlorney-at.law. traveling on
to th home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Crawford and ending hilariously
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
my Wilson where everyone par
took of a real Hallowe’en feast.
Numbered among the guest were:
Madames Melba Stuart, Robbie
Davis, Carrie Jewell, the Hangers
Wheelers, Cowans, Blackwell Gor
dons. Lcnnoxs Solomon, Crawford,
and McCaws. Games were one of
the enjoyable pastimes of the even
Sunday, Oct. 30, Little Joyce
Gardner, daughter of Mrs. Bernice
Fowler Gardner celebrated her 7th
birthday in the form of a delight
ful party. She was the recipient
of a number of presents from her
little friends who were present to
help make the occassion a mem
OLD FOLKS HOME
Sunday, Oct. 30, The Old Folk
Homo celebrated their twenty-fifth
anniversary with silver tea. The
color scheme of silver, p'nk an 1
a touch of Blue was carried
throughout the decoration of the
table, and the home. An anniver
sary cake consisting of three lay
ers decorated with pink and blue
flowers matching the color schcnie
was made and donated by Mrs.
Mattie Paine. Those assisting were
Madames: McPherson, Reese, Leo
nard ar.d Miss Gertrude Lucas.
Presented on the program were:
Mr. Henry Black who gave a talk!
on the "R'se and Accomplishment
of the Home,” Mr. Booker Wasn
ington rendered soft music
throughout the afternoon and Miss
Washington, sister of Mr. Wash
ington, a :■ >lo. The guest were per
mitted to visit the inmates in their
rooms. Over two hundred guest
wero present during the aftiroon.
Tho Boy and Girl Forum consist
ing of high school boys and girls
was well attended, Sunday at 4
P. M. at the Northside Branch of
tho YWCA. Miss I. Roberta BellJ
‘ Y” secretary spoke on Inter-racial
Thu Gross Kicks formed of jun-!
iors and senior high school girls
reserves of the “Y”, were sorry
that Hallowe’en conies only once a
year. They enjoyed to such an ex
tent dancing playing games, and
pranks with the witches and gob
lines that they forgot tha all j
things must come to an end and
thg little folks of the hills and
dales must return to the good
earth to wait another year and
school awaits all mortals on the
Tho Industrial clubs of the Y.W.
C.A. are all planning their fall
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Liquors, Wines and Beer
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PARK'S IGE & FUEL
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Your Neighborhood Coal &
Wood Man will give Yon
Prompt & Courteous Service.
See Him First
programs around World-Fcllow
1 hip. The Quacks are planning to
havo speakers who have traveled
in foreign lards or those who ha'e ,
knowledge of the world.
Tuesday, NcV. 8th, tho Trogan j
Hub of the YWCA are having a
World-Fellowship dinner with the i
officers of the Quach and Antre j
Nou.s as their gust. Following!
tho dinner they will have a broad-;
cast of “Nationalities of the
Nov. 20th, the Entra Nous will j
present a Warld«Fellowship I‘a
jcant assist! d by Mrs. Ray Lee j
Jones. This Vesper service is j
open to the public.
Sunday, Nov. 6th, the the Cen
tral Association of the YWCA,
there wild be an All Association
Fellowship Tea at 3:30 p. m. Dr.
Frances Bouquet is the speaker.
All girls and women of our com
munity are invited and are urged I
to be present. Women of the com
munity should be interested as ahe ;
members of the Northside Branch
Industrial clubs are on the Plan-'
ring Committee and will be hos-j
tes« and ushers at this tea.
Among the sick and those recu
perating are Mr. John Adams, Jr.
Atty. at law. Little Miss Janice
M’eCaw, Mrs. Charles S-ymour who
is still at the methodist Hospital
and Mrs. Florence Riggs.
Monday evening, Oct. 31st, Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Ray of 2615 No.
22r.d entertaining with a reception
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1
Leslie Randall of St. Louis, who
were united in mathrimony Sunday
Oct. 30th. Mrs. Randall youngest
sister of Mrs. W. C. Ray. is a grad
uate of Sumner High school in St.
Louis and attend the University
of Witchita in Witchta Kansas.
Prior to her marriage, instruc
tress in Beauty Culture at Poro
College in St. Louis. Mr. Randall is:
assistant filing clerk at the Hill
Hentschell Ink Mfg. Co. St. Louis.
Mrs. Alfred Jackson, of Lake
Charles Louisiana, sister of the
bride was matron of honor. Mrs.
Jackson is a graduate of Howard
University in the year 1928. Her
last position prior to her marriage
was teacher at the Lincoln High
school of Kansas City, Mo. Gowns
worns by the bride. Matron of
honor and little flower girl, Bar
bara Waldron, Niece of the bride
wera designed and made by Mrs.
Alfred Jackson. The brides’ gown
was white satin trimed in Alecon
lace. The lace forming a “V” in
front circling towards the rear
forming the train. The veil was
hel din place by a holo of orange
blossoms. The slippers of white
The matron of honor #own was i
bluo satin flared with fitted jac-!
The table was decorated beauti
fully with a center piece consisting
of fall flowers, yellow asters and
FOR BOARD OF EDUCATION
Lawrence F. Welch ’
Judge, Compensation Court
UN. P. Dodge Jr,
Richard E. Robinson
t 'Dr. F, O, Beck
[x| Walter A. Nielsen
and Peter Meherens
or R. C. Price
Ending SECRET School Board
An independent business man
Pay as we go and keep school
costs within the budget.
A survey of school needs to be
Giving preference to Omaha ap
plicants for teaching positions.
whiti pom-poms, surrounded by
tail, stately, gleaming write can
dles in theix1 gold holders was a
charming picture in itself. Mrs.
Wilbux* Allen was seated at the
tabl; and ansisting her were Ma
dames John T. Field, and Paul
On Wed. Oct. 26, The Minute
Men and Auxiliary Club, celebrat
ed their third anniversary in the
form of a Calender Birthday
Party at the Northside YWCA.
This club works for St. Jchn AME
church financially altho not affili
ated directly with it. A v^ry inter
esting progTam follows: Mr. H. L.
F resten—• Master of Cermonics,
Miss Alice Green, a piano solo,
polynor.e, Mrs. Gardner, a reading
“Can’t Be done,’’ CiVtrude Raffer
ty, vocal solo, Bird Sorg at Even
tide, Mr. Webb, Talk on the Pur
pose of the Club. Mrs. Carter, two
readings, “Courting and When My
Feet hurt, Mr. Preston, vocal solo.
Mrs. Rafferty and Mr. Preston
were accompanied on the piano by
Mrs. Jamesion, organist at Hillside
Mr. A. Goodlet introduced out
of town visitors, new comers to the
c V and a few of the prominent
people present. Among them wer
Rev. and Mrs. Camper, brother of
Mr. George Camper, new minister
at Bethel CME Church, Mr. Clay
borre, uncle of Mrs. Gertrude Raf
ferty; Mr-.. Henry Black, wife of
Mr. H nry Black recently of Los
Angelcj, California, Mrs. A. L.
H'awkim:. Mr. Bryant and Mr. S.
C. Hanger, attorney at law. Also
the members of the club and their
wives. With the silver offering a
number was given to each donor.
Four persons holding the lucky
numbers were given a piece of the
birthday cake. The lucky winners
were: Madames Rafferty, Howell,
W. P. Irvin and the ‘‘Y” Mrs. Hast
ings was introduced as the orgin
ator of the Calender Birthday
party. The evert was enjoyed by a
Henry: Girls, my doctor wants
mo to give up tobacco, liquor and
Girls: To improve your health?
Henry: No, so I can save enough*
I to, pay him what 1 owe.
SOCIAL ART CLUB
, A good time was had by all Sat.
night, wh n the Social Art Club
members entertained their escorts
with a Hallowe’en Masquerade
Party at the home of Mrs. Over
ton, 2530 Maple.
Prizes wero awarded for the
most unique costumes. The prize
for the men was given to Mr. Chaa.
Singleton, who portrayed the
“Goon’', a character of the “Pop
eye” comic strip g k
The prize for the worn! n went
to Mrs. Jewel Ware for her “Lil
Abner” costume, also a comic strip
Other prizfs were given to Mrs.
Morrh for the ‘Bean Strut” and
Mr. Blue, who won^the apple bit- .
A lovely and appetizing luncheon*
was served by the hostess.
Mrs. E. Blue, Pr?s.
Mrs. J. Ware, Reporter
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