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affairs The "S-o-c-i-e-t-y^ World organizations
CONFINED TO SICK BEI)
Mr.-. George Camper, 2843' vVirt
oho is confined to her sick bed
in the hospital is reported as ini
s' f-ing nicely.
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Liquors, Wines and Beer
0998 1984 No. 24th St
2509 North 24th Street
Bee* Chili nrd R*»t Hot Dors
in the West
Ail Kinds of Sandwiches
■OWE MADE ICE CREAM
In celebration of their son, Her-i
man A. Smith's thirteenth birth
day, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith
gave a party at their home Wed
nesday evening. November ninth.
There were fourteen gusts pre
3 nt. Emma Louise James, their
neico acted as hostess. The buffett
table was decorated with pink
ehrystnthemums, and there were
pink candles on the cake. The
youngsters had an hour of fun and
laughter, after which a paper was
dropped ito a box and a name drew
t'.-om to determine who should cut
the cake. The name was that of
little Miss Rozelln Thomas of 2874
Springers Cheaper than Bacnn, j
20<* lb. Dressed and Delivered ,
Free: Green Trading Stamps,— j
CAREY’S GROCERY. WE.
Open Sundays—Baby Beef Head.j
GREEN I* \RKOTS CU B
Calling all Bridge and Whist
''avers. The Green Parrots Club i
> spcn" • ring a bridge and whi»t
j ■; at the Logan Fontenelle
•nif ,-. December R, f038. Buy
i •• • I V t, nnv and make your
•o.’vallon*. T chi' j ; re 25 c
I ’Inpbl yrir.o.-. are being given a
I. L fi>r the Green Parrots. I
i A. Yarn, pr, .
Mr.-. R. .Ree-e, - V.
Mr.-. Dill, r i - r
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Id ill-.K.V ART CLUB
The Eureka Art Club met n't
t’--:i home of Mrs. Helen A. Ward, [
-MV CharU fit, with the pr si*
ber': prt sid’ng'. There w re eight j
rnentb i:. present. All old business
war, finis! d and report was made
rrn y left, in treasure. This be- j
irg the first meeting in the new ,
yon,-, new plans were discussed for
thi 1 year. The meeting adjourned
l - meet with Mrs. Lula Roundtree J
n NovcmbV- lfith. A delightful,
repast was served by th1 hostess.'
Mr . Starks, was reported on the
Mrs, S. Moore, president.
II. N, Wrrd, repor « r
COLINT ON ME CLUB
Salem Baptist Church Count on
M ■ Club met. Tuesday, November
,r>. at tho homo of Mrs. Geneva
I Henderson, 3860 Harney St. The
• Goodrich •
Here’s a Real Bargain—
bight When You Need It!
Cold weather it coming and you will want d car beater. We have a
Knotted stock of fully-guaranteed Goodrich Compact Heater* that we
boeght at an unusually low price. They would regularly tell for $10.95
bet during this Advance Sale we are offering them for only $7.95.
Emery one it first-quality,' will fit all cart end will assure you of
comfortable driving on the coldest days. Stop in today—get one for
.your car—this is the best "heater buy" you'll teg this Winter!
m etiny, opc.K.i with the scripture
reading by the chaplain. Song
by Mr i. Jesse White, A very de
licious chicken dinner was serve!
by the ho«te s. Fifteen were pro- |
sent. Everyone had a splendid
time. We were pleased to have
ou,- pastor Rtv,^E. H. Hilson to
address tho club. His subject was
“Loyalty to Leadership". I am
sure everyone enjoyed the talk.
We have a wonderful president,
Mrs. Fronnio Green, and I am
sure that we will be loyal and
make our club a success. After
bu incs was over the club adjourn
ed to meet Tuesday November 22,
at the home of Mrs. Dorothy
North. 1632 North 22nd St.
Mrs. F. Green, president,
Mrs. T. Barnell, Secretary,
Mr..-. Lf. ona .Jackson reporter
Lev. E, H. Hilson, I’astor.
The Quack club of the YWCA
will hold an panel discussion at j
Clair ( 'apel the 1st Sunday in j
The Club is making' preparations I
inr the dinner dance.
For Thank-giving the Quack. ;
si as u ual | oparing to look af
t<v : une of the unfortunate by |
vi sting,- the firm View Home and
reading Thanksgiving che. r.
Sundry Nov. 13th the Matrons
flu’. Cl th,. Hdh.de Presbyterian
Church held an Autumn tea at the.
1 autiful home of Mr. and Mrs.:
Itolmt’s of 2.*t67 Corby St. The ta
ble an 1 other deeciatuns wer <
.'juisitcly carried out in Autumn
hades. Madame* Triplett, Cope
land. Jackson, Holm-s. and Su ic
Wi iter bit- did the honors at the
aid . Mis- Helen Sherman assis
ted at tho door. Mrs. Triplett had
the pleasure of pinning the souver
nlers on the guests while they re
gistered. About two hunderd guest
\KT AM) DANCING CU B
On Nov. 10th the Masonic Hall)
was beautifuly decorat d by thej
Ijinncy St. Art and Dancing Club,
for their dance and fxhibit of Ait,
a: i needle work held that night.'
A:, one pasted the exquisite lovely
and artistic work it was hard to
believe that it had been done by
hand. Hooked rugs, knitting dres
cs. embroid* d pillow cases, guest
towels of ghams, scarfs, comforts,
I read ; ect. were attractive to the
ye of b nuty. Members of the Bin
ney Art and Dancing Club are
Mosdumes Bly, Seals, Bailey. Bu
ford, Bryant. Jones. Rees’, Logan
all, Mason, McPherson. Arnold, &
Mrs. Robbie Davis was hostess
to the Po-Ke-No Club Friday, Nov.
Uth, The lVKe-N'o club consists
of Mesdamcs Robbie Davis, Me
(aw, Fred McDaniels, J. Farmer,
C. J well- Shobes, Hunger L. Dixon
A. Jones,, Branch, Molva Stuart.
The Entre Nous are ever on their
toes and trying to keep up with
whats what among the interest of
.tho world. They are preparing to
hav< n Vesper service on world
wide fellowship. They are holding
interest groups for th length of
ono hour befor; club meeting.
Some of these groups are knitting
while oth is are preparing pup
Guaranteed to Satisfy
RAY CASH AND PAY LESS
Call Us For Furthi r
“TRY US FIRST”
AMERICAN COAL CO.
17*" & IZAR1 AT-3870
On Thursday, November 17, the
Blue Triangle Girl Reserves club
sponsored by Mrs. Evelyn Murry
will hold a World Fellowship din
nt r at the “YThe group is
studying the foods used on the
menu and associating them with
the lands in which they grow.
Members will speak during the din
ner about sugar cocoa, spaghetti,
spic< s, etc., where they are grown
and how. Thus making a tie-up
between the people, lands and
foods they are using.
The Junior Girl Reserves under
the sponsorship of Mr. Eugene
Murray are shaping up their pup
pi. tti in preptration for their pup
pett show. The Three Little Pigs
of the Volga. This group shows
much interest in this project Dy
making the costi^nes for these
Sunday. Novcmb r 20, the Cen
tral YWCA, the Girl-Reserves, both t
for.rer, present and new, will hold
Recognition .civic at h:J0 in
Thursday afternoon, Nov. 10th.
■i, one entered into the porch of
the North ide branch of the
YWCA and saw groups of charm
inf.; ladies in aft rnon costumes
eeatui in foursoni(s and twosomes
all around the audit I'him they
would, have wondered what was the
occasion It was the bridge luncheon
ivir. by t) f Board of Mmuganent
of the YWCA. The delectable
luncheon was serv e! by lovely
young waitresses in white lending
r. charming note of color. Mrs. F.
Branch was chairman of this af
Frizes were' won by Theoris Tay
lor, 1st bridge prize; Mrs. Dacus,*
whist prize. There were about 160
MISS MYERS ENTERTAINS
Miss Florence Meyers, daughter
of Mr. M. L. Myers, was hostess
to a bridg, foursome, Nov. 9. The
foursome consisted of Madams Vir
gil Shobes, Florence Anderson and
RETURNS FROM CHICAGO
Mrs. Russel Bryant rtf Einney
Yt. returned Sunday night from the
\\ indy City. Her mother, Mrs.
Florence, r- turned vvilh her. and
e, .11 make her home here until
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WIFE OF REV. WILSON VISITS
Mrs. I. S. Wilson of Kansas City
wife of Rev. I. S. Wilson formerly
pastor of St-John A ME church is
tho gu st of her >n and daughter
n law, Mr. ;ui(j Mrs. Milton Wil
son. of Ohio St.
I) I VIS >N CHAIRMAN EXPRES
Mrs, S. C. Hanger, chairman of
Division ( of the Community Chest
wants to thank h r majors cap
tain'. and Lieutenants for the
plendid work and enthusiasm they
are giving this drive. We want
to go over the top, we will go
ovt .• tlm top and pass our quota
f the Community keeps giving
the splendid way they have don •
in the passed twro days.
■ Give and give until it hurts and
W'o will see tht. results this com
The Charity Club of the Omaha
il .hur I.eagut» Center met Tues
day evening Nov. loth at the Cen
ter to fin l h shaping up theiV
plans for their Rummage sale to
be h hi at the Elks Hall Saturday
Now 19th. The pledge for the
Community Chest was voted out of
the Treasury. Plans are now on
foot for their annual Xnui Party.
Remember the Rummage Sale Sat.
Nov. 19th at the E!ks Hall on Lake
( OR SECTION
Mr. R. C. Trice candidate for
t h • School board said that the
article in last week issue of the
Cmahr. Guide stating that anoth
er Colored candidate had received
10,000 in the last 10 years was in
WORKS PROGRESS ADMINIS
TRATION RECREATION DEPT.
A handwork exhibit and dance
hold in the Masonic Temple No
vember 10 by the Binney Street
Art Clnb under city recreation was
attended by no fewer than 800 per
Many beautiful examples of quilt
spread and fancy work on display
were greatly admired and exclaim
Tho ladies presented themselves
in gingham formals.
MILLER PARK RECREATION
TT fclowing schedule of classes
i,, now being observed at this een
N r ■ x
Monday from 10 to 12 A. M. and
1 t( 3 P. M., Sewing.
Tu sday form 9:33 to 12 A. M.
Knitting; and from 1 to 3 P. M..
I a die , handcraft (woodcraft etc.)
Wednesday from 1 to 9 P. M..
Mens cabinet making.
Thursday from 1 to 3 P. M.,
Ladies Landcra'i't (basketry and
FTl DIES) IN MEXICO
Miss Ann Leibst. who has studi
c ' for two years at Mexico univer
c ty and is a teacher at Brownell
Hall brought a message of Mexico
to the Gross Eicks in keeping with
their world fellowship program,
Tuesday Nov. 15th.
Tuesday. Nov. 15, the Board of
the Urban League Community
enter hi Id their regular monthl;
board dinner meeting in the offices
of the building.
Still on the sick list are:
Me."lames Edgard Camper, Chas.
Seymour and Florence Riggs.
LISTEN TO THIS—
(continued from pag, 6)
and the very pillars of civilized
Moses received what education
he. had in the schools of the black
people of Egypt.
iver ; to leaders of voluntary
; tvLgieus association who promis
'd to hold money or property in a
•aw nly treasure, representing
' hat' bank were un afe and un
ci taking to return upon demand,
and promising "g i ts. ’ Brown vs.
Father Divine, 298 N. Y. 042.
Potivicr’s Law Dictionary, gifts,}
w voluntary immediate and abso- !
lot transfer of property without I
Kquality of treatment of. white
rn l colored races under equal pro
jection clause of Constitution does
no', r quire that privileges he pro
vided. members of such races in
dime place^ but state may choose
method by which equality is main
N' gro student held -entitled to
; rdmission to law school of state
university (Maryland) where at
I ha' t nip .state could not furnish
Hial facilities ftp- legal training
•lor colored students in no other
Liability to whit person riding
ir Colored, car. 12<> S. \V. 144.
It is an actionable wrong for a
tailioad company to disregard the
-tafi > requiring separate cars
* ■ white and colored persons and
| r quire a white person to ride in
a colored car. But if the passen
ger voluntarily ride^ in such car
lather than risk getting- a seat in
another one, she can recover noth
ing on account of so riding.
I want my million readers to
read very carefully a part of Chief
Justice Taney’s opinion on the
Dred Scott decision. Have you
misconstrued the phraseology?
“In the opinion of the court, the
legislation and histories of the
times, and the language used in
the Declaration of Independence,
show, that neither the class of
persons who had been imported
as slaves nor their descendants,
whether they had become free or
not, were THEN acknowledged as
part of the people, nor intended
to be included in the general words
used in that memorable instru
It is difficult at THIS day to
realize the state of public opinion
in relation to that unfortunate
race, which —prevailed in the civ
ilized and enlightened portions of
he world AT THE TIME of the
Declaration of Independfnee, and
her. tho Constitution of the U. S.
was framed and adopted. But the
public history of every European
natic 13 d splays it in a manner too
plain to b3 mistaken. They had
for more than a century before
h’. r. regarded as beings of an in
ferior order, and altog ‘.her unfit
t > associate with the white race,
e ther* in social or political rela
tions and so far inferior that th y
had no rights which the white man
was bound to respect; and that tho
Negro might justly and lawfully
bo reduc d to slavery for his bene
fit. Ho was bought and sold, and
treated as ordinary article of
merchandise and traffic, whenev
er a profit could be made. This
opinion was at THAT time fixed
and universal in the civilized por
tion of the white races.”
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