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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1939)
Miss Dorothy Bryant, ami her
brother, Arthur, and Miss Kvalyn I
Poindexter all of North High j
ochool have planned a “Radio
Broadcast’’ act for the “Aurora,” |
whioh is coming in March.
Miss Bryant will graduate in
june, while Miss Poindexter anJ
Mr. Bryant are Juniors.
The ■’A'urora” is to be given ir,
tho iHgh school auditorium.
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A PURE *
l DRINK WITH
|\ Of FRIENDS
On# of Omaha’s oldest citizens
Mrs. Anna Jackson w#s buried last
Wed-, Feb., 15, Services were et
Bethel A ME Church. Rev. Camper
A birthday party was given in
tho honor of Shirley Turner, the
daughter of Mrs. Anna Turner at
:no home of her aunt, Mrs. Phillip
Gonzales, 2612 Seward St. She
received many beautiful gifts.
There was a nice bunch and a good
time was had by all.
A VISITOR FROM OUT-STATE
Mrs. Issac Nash of Topeka, Kan
sas is hero visiting her sister, Miss
Helen Bradshaw and her aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brad
Mrs. Nash is the daughter of
Rev, and Mrs. C. S. Sayles, form
erly of Omaha, now pasturing in
24th Lake St.
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The Mbses Arista Williams,
Frances Alford, Dorothy Jackson,
Betty Biggs, and Billye De Villa,
wero the hostesse9 at a dinner
party given at the home of Miss
Williams, 2816, Blondo St~, Sunday
night, February 19. An enjoyable
time was had by all.
Mrs. Geno Gasley Wallingford,
formerly of Omaha and her sister,
Mrs. Pearl Pitts, both of Atchison,
Kansas have just concluded a two
weeks visit in the city where they
were lavishly entertained by many
of their friends. Some of their
hosts were: Mr. and Mrs. John
Hickman; Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Jones;
Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Mortimer; Mr.
and Mrs, Oscar Turner; Mr. and
Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Laura;
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Needless to say they also i>ttid
their courtesy calls to the Omaha
Guido office and were royally en
tertained by its editor who tfhey
late as one of their best friends.
On the eve prior to their depart
ure they were the guest of Messrs.
Parker and C. C. Galloway of the
Elks Club where they met many of
their friends which resembled more
or less a pleasant old time reunion.
The following morning they were
the guesta of Mr. Galloway where
a sumptuous breakfast was serv-’
ed. Mr. Sam Towles wa, also a
guest at the breakfast and he re
monstrated with those present that
he too had not been privileged to
enjoy with them some of their
many festivities while in the city.
It was with much reluctance on
the part of Mesdames Wallingford
and Pitts, also their many friends
that they returned home after such
a short, but well spent visit. Both
they and their friends look for^
ward to a longer visit in the near
As usual they leave singing the
praises of Omaha and its citizens
feeling that Nebraska is properly
represented when it is referred to
an being the White Spot of the Na
Mr. Russell Cooke, of 2231 Mi
ami St., under-went a major throat
operation at St. Joseph hospital,
Monday morning, Feb. 20. At this
time he is doing nicely and ex
pects to return home in 2 or three
(formerly the Apex Bar)
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The Just We Social and Charity
Club were entertained by Mrs.
J. E. Todd, 2204 North 19th St.,
Thursday, Feb. 19. The Hostess
served a delicious repast. The
meeting was well attended. Those
that were not able to attend miss
ed a rare treat. A Style Revue
and Tea will be given in interest of
the club at the residence'of Mrs.
Clara Dacus April 11 from 4 to 8
The Patent-Teachers Association
of Lake School will hold its reg
ularly monthly meeting Thursday,
March 2, 1939 at 7:30 p. m. school
auditorium 20th and Lake St. Hi
lights of the evening will be fun
activities conducted by Mr. Mac
Crone, Mrs. Katleman, the presi
dent ia very anxious for all the
parents to be present.
Mrs. William Rogers, Publicity
. The Mother’s Council of the
YWCA, met with their sponsor,
Mrs. Charlotte Crawford at the
“Y” on Monday, February 20 at
7:30 p. m.
The meeting opened with a pray
er to Mothers led by sponsor.
Mrs. Traver, who serves on Ad
ult Education, gave an interesting
talk in a tactful manner on “Fam
ily Relationship’’. The Council
was aroused to much enthusiasm
in asking and answering questions.
After the discussion Mrs. Ray
Jones, director of Music for the
Mother’s Council, directed the Mo
ther's ChOTUs in singing Spirituals
and many old favorite tunes.
During the evening the Council
was honored in having as its guest
Miss White, the sec’y of the Cen
tral Y1VCA., and her parents Doc
tor and Mrs. G. E. White, who have
served many years in Greece be
fore retiring and her brother and
his wife, Professor and Mrs. G. H.
White, who have served ten years
in American schools, are now going
to the Island of Cyprus in Pales
tine to carry on the same type of
work as his father and mother had
A beautiful picture waB por
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trayed to the Mother’s Council, of
the parents and their son. Li^e,
the boy Ernest who observed th^
stone face. ’/.
The Mothers saw a beautiful pat
tern of tapestry of parenthood, be
ing woven into the life of thetar
children to take up the yarns a^d
In spite of the cold weather there
were 22 mothers present.
Three new members: Mesdafries
Alberta Burke, Geraldine Martin,
and Inez Partridge. 'G
The meeting is held each Mon
day night from 7:30 until 9:30.
The last Monday is reserved for
a birthday party.
All Mothers are invited to be
Mrs. C, Crawford, Sponsor, J.
C. Norman, reporter.
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ft^^SISUr0’"'.' BIRTH OF A SONG ^
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IT could easily hove been e seagull that brought little Harry
to hit home by the beautiful tea in Atlantic City, N. J.
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Ha was a boy wondar on tha piano. At tho 090 of four
taan ha was a profatsional kay-poundar. 1
The theatre was in hi* blood, and he wa* part of a highly
successful vaudeville act. He began to show an interest in
, - via:
* Carroll tuccaadad at a compotar and wat working at
tho Friar’t Club with Joa McCarthy, A.S.C.A.P., whan war
time acononny andad thair tanion.
Artist Harrison Fisher, himselt a creator, invited the boys
Jo continue their songwriting in his studio. ,
They told Harrison about their trials and troubles. Mc
Carthy said "It’i like chasing rainbows", and Carroll said
"There’s the them* for our new songl" j>.... _ ^
It wat tha hit of their new thow, and toon swept tha
country, in the wake of other successful songs by Harry Car.
roll. -t-— ~~ ■
Harry Carroll was among the first to join the American
Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, organized by
Victor Herbert and others in 1914. and retaint a higji rant
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