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affaIrs The - S-o-c-i e-t-y^ World organizations
Mr. William Cooper and Mrs.
M. L, Cooper celebrated their
12th wedded anniv-r.-aiy quietly
at their horixe 2024 Blonio St.
Monday April 17th with a two
course Dinner Party for two
judging from their you hful ap
pearances one would Hudly believe
they have passed this 17,in mile
stone in their matrimonial pur*
Mrs. Samuel Stewar*, 2862 Ch -
cago street, Cnrahn, Nebraska, en
tertained at her home, Tuesday
2.706 No. 2ilh M «h 171
You’ve Tried the Rest—NOW
Try the BEST—
THE SQUARE DEAL
Which Is Sanitary and Clean
Stock Squab®, Rabb is and
see All kinds of Fat Hens
Springer Stags and Fresh
2520 CUMING ST. WE. 4277
v.. , :n honor of
i ft me.- Mrs. Thomas Payne,
nil Mr. S. Foster, now Mrs. Sam
They were mi t royally enter
tained at the Stewart home The
leeor»tirns were beautiful. The
col scheme were yellw and pink.
T o gorgeous soft, mellow can lie
,’ghts wei-e used during the time
t.Ki guests were being served ait
P-the- g^es*s present were Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph. Thomas and Mr.
and Mrs. J. Todd. All repored as
having spent one of the most de
lightful «nd pleasant evenings of
tha early spring affairs.
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Vereylee florvell, who has long
been the one and only one colored i
top notch singing artist of North
High school again displayed his
musical ability last Wednesday
in a Red Cross Benefit show given
by the school’s show troupe. With
interpretation equally wor.hy of <
the song, Vercylee Norvell sung
Jacques Wolfe’s wdl know * Short
in’ Bread.’” When the song was
fnshed by the versatile artist, it
brought the house down in a
whirlwind of applause. He play
ed two performances 1 ■ fore r
capacity crowd of some 2,500, this
being about the en ire population
>f Noith High.
by Bessie Mae West
of the Alt house School of
The secret of manicuring is
washing and scrubbing the nails 1
enough but not too much,
Soaking and scrub'iing lemovcs
and sofens de;ul ciricle and re
moves deposits of dirt from un
for Your Spring
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1511 Harney St.
FREE DELIVERY &
20<» & DOUGLAS STS. 2406 L ST.
DOWNTOWN STORE SOUTH OMAHA
[. Open Evenings and Sundays
* '• °
dei- the nails.
Soaking al. o lightens and brigh
tens and brighten; ihe pails.
When you m micure your nails
be sure and soik and scrub them
Watch Hollywood Charm an4
y >ur cosmetologist for helpful
Mrs. Aniand.1 Humphrey, 2610
Indiana Avo, departed this life
April 12th at 8:20 P. M. She leaves
to mourn her lose, a husband and
a daughter and one aunt and other
relatives and friends Her funeral
was Monday April 17 at J. D.,
Lewis Funeral Home.
DENVER VISITORS FETED
Many parties were given honor
ing Mrs. W, B. Reed and Master
filly Reed Jr. and Mrs. Alonzo
Walton and daughter Queenabelle;
Constance of Denver Colorda who
penjt the Raster holiday in Oma
Mrs. Reed and her son visited
with her family at the Jones resi
dence 2811 Caldwell St. and Mrs.
W \brvn and daughter visited Mr.
Walton who has been lately trans
ferred to Omaha find is with the
Western Union telegraph com
Affairs in their honor were
given by Mr. and Mrs. Shirley
Yancy, Dr. and Mrs. A. I«. Haw
kin', Mr. and Mrs Joseph D. Lew
is, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Harrold,
Miss Irene Harrold. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank lllockwell, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. O.he
11a Rountree, Mrs. Jessica Wright,
Mrs. 1 S. McPherson and Miss
Mrs. Reed, son, and Mrs. Wal
ton and daughter left Monday af
ternoon for their homes in Denver
JUST WE SOCIAL AND
Tho Just We Social and Charily
Club's Annual Tea and Style Re
view was a splendid success, and
was attended very well. Mrs. Da
cus spared no pains in helping
make the Tea a success. Mrs.
Edvh Todd and Mrs. Margaret
Stuart served as hostesses. Mrs.
Ersie Hayden presided at the pia
no This club will meet Thursday
afternoon April 20 at the resi
dence of Mrs. Jessie Vann Hillon
Mrs. Edith Todd, president
Mrs Leland, chairman.
CARTER BENEVOLENT CLUB
The regular monthly meeting of
he Carter Benevolent Club wn•
held at 21*01 Erskine street with
Mestiames P. H. Stovall, Minnie
Hibbs, Rose J< hnson and Gertrude
Rafferty as hostesses. President
MyndJe Metcalf presided. Chaplin
Elizabeth Cunningham conducted
:ihc devotional. Thirty*three men
hoi’s responded to roll call.
The regular routine of business
was persued. The following com
Sick committee,— Mrs Flora
Grew, chairman, reported Mrs.
Margaret Starks ill.
Relief Committee—Mrs. Addie
Seales, reported three new cases
and aid was given to them.
Program Oommi|ttee Mrs. Ro
berta Barley', chairman announced I
a three act Easter Play. Title ^
was “Eas-ter Gladness” with a
cast of five members assisteei by '
Mesdamea Fannie Lou Goodwin,
Evelyn L. Fountain, and Miss
Visitors for the evening were
Mrs. Walker, Lincoln Nebraska;
Mrs. F. Goodwin, Mrs. E Fountain
Miss Alyce Greene and Mr. J. D.
After the rendition of the pro
gram (the hostesses served the
guestg with a delicious and pala
table luncheon, consisting of sand
Bill’s Loan Bank
AND MERCHANDISE STORE
Confidential Loans at Reasonable
Unredeemed Quality Merchan
dise at a Great Reduction. Up*
to-Date Clothing, Dry Goods,
Ladiea Ready to Wear Millinery
Hosiery, Blankets, Shoes for the
1804 N. 24th St. Tel. WE. 1369
withes, salad, angel food cake, ice
cream end ctrffee. AH departed
having enjoyed a very happy and
pleasant evening. The club will
meet May 14th at 2KW Blondo St.
Gertrude Green1, secretary
Myrtle Metcalf, president
St Luke Baptist Church will
have a fish dinner Saturday April
22nd at 2426 Erskine. Price of
the dinner is l&c All are welcome.
This Ls sponsored by the men of
the church. Rev. Crowder, pastor.
A LITTLE TE DEUM FOR
W thank Thee Lord, for Try
sweet Heap,, of Gracs
Revealed in womanhood in these
For her high courage under bit
For her new spheres of wond
For her heroic fortitude in loss;
For her most patient bearing of
For her high seizure of the
times’ dire needs;
For her sweet sum of self
For her self-adapt a tiro to the
Of these news days;—for the
Which yet manure in unexpected
Through her success nobler en
For all the Christians of gen:le
Which smooths the passage of
the running sands;
For grace of heart and life and
To young lives broken in the
For all her ministry to days and
Of ceaseless pain that gnaws
and saps and blights;
For tha i high soul of pure white
Which lir;ts man towards the
For snni y liv* s whp>3 days
and night are prayer
For wayfarers awander in Life's
For that White Fire of Love
that welcrcv.es all,
And turns with quick response
to every call;
For chivalry in woman a* in
W1 ereof comes comradeship
For every widening of her gra
For her true instinct and her
For .hat God-given wisdom of
That sees below and takes the
For all that woman has been,—
Heart thanks and praise we
render, Lord, to Thee;
For every strand in that sweet
For every note in that sweet
We thank Thee, thank Thee,
Thank Thee Lord!
The above prayer wa8 read at
the opening of the meeting by the
sponsor, Mrs. Crawford. Just such
prayers or poems rendered by the
sponsor at the meetings have lifted
all the hearts of the Mother’s to
a nobler life.
“Child Development” was Mrs.
Traver’s closing bilk to the group.
The Mathers regret the close of
these series of lectures and dis
I. GRAHAM, Tailor
1618 North 24th St.
We Do First Class Cleaning
& Repairing.. See Us Fir»t.
Much nervousness is caused by an ex
cess of acids and poisons due to func
tional Kidney and Bladder disorders
which may also cause Getting Up
Nights, Burning Passages, Swollen
Jajnts, Backacfie, Circles Under Eyes,
Exc?ss Acidity, Leg'Pains and Dizzi
ness. Help your kidneys purify your
blood with Cystex. Usually the very
first dose starts helping your kidneys
clean out excess acids and this soon may
make you feel like new. Cystex must
satisfy you eompletely or rnbney back it
fuaranteed. Get Cystex (slss-tex) to
ay. It costs only 3c a dose at druggist!
and the guarantee protects you.
cussions led by Mrs Travers.
On next Monday night, Mrs.
Hier< nymoug will talk on Health
and give the Mother? a few point
ers on how to keep the family well.
On Wednesday, April 19, at
4:30 P. M. Mrs. Evelyn Murray
will' lead a discussion on health.
AH members of the Freshmen and
Sophomore clubs are urged to be
The Career Class 'that wag to
be held at the Woodson Center,
Sunday, April 23rd has been post
poned. Please telephone the YWCA
regarding the future date.
The Girl Reserve Symbol Cere
monial and Banquet will be he-lrt
at Central Association, Tuesday,
April 26th. Girl Reserves who are
to bee<me Symbol wearers a J;
urged to confer with Mrs. Craw
ford av their convenience.
May we thank Mrs Doren Hol
liday ami Mrs. Florence Branch
for their fine spirit of cooperation
in preparing the Dinner for the
Up-To-E&te club, Sunday April
*.6th, which waR a means of rais
ing money for the Summer Camp.
The Camp dates at Camp Brew
dev for Girl Reserves are July
2 to July 16th.
“Taps for the ‘Horse Marines.’
February 22, 1938 saw the passing
•'f the World’s only Horse Ma
rines. The Mounted Detachment
of the United States Embassy Ma- j
rine Guard in Peiping, Qiina held
it.i last review on the above men- j
tioned date. A record crowd gath
ered art Breckinridge Field in
Peiping, to cheer this farewell re
Thirty expert saber men, all
crack rifle shots, commanded by
ono officer, comprised the “Horse
Marines.” The detachment was or
ganized in 1912 to protect Ameri
| cans living outside the Embassy
quarters in Peiping’s narrow lanes, |
The Very Latest from the
“Pin Curl” WAVE
The Same Effect as the Cro
quinole without the heated
STYLED AS DESIRED
Althouse Beauty School
2422 North 22nd Street
WE HAVE A COMPLETE
LINE OF BULK GARDEN
SEED, GRASS SEED, &
1 BULBS, HARDY PLANTS,
COME IN AND SEE US I
HOME LANDSCAPE SERVICE
924 N. 24TH ST. JA. 5115
SAVE money during
National Shoe Repair
APRIL 15th & 22nd
Look over all of your
Shoes Now and bring
them to us for needed
repair. We can Rebuild
your shabby shoes at
Our Shop is headquarters
NATIONAL SHOE REPAIR
2407 Lake St.
J. L. TAYLOR, Prop.
I A destroyer lengthens itself
from 6 to 8 inches when it in
creases speed to 30 knots. This is
duo to the pressure of water a
gairut the side.
24th Lake St.
HARLEM OIL CAPSULES
Fine for Sluggish Kidneys
•• and Bladder Irritation -•••
STOP GETTING UP NIGHTS
One 36 cent box of bese famous
capsules should help put more
healthy activity into your kidneys
and bladder—flu-h out harmful
excess waste poisons and acid and
prove to you that at hast you have
a grand safe and harmful diuretic
and stimulant that will start at
once to relieve (these troubles.
But be sure and get GOLD
MEJDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules—
safo and harmless—the original
and genuine—right from Haarlem
in Holland. Millions have kidney
and bladder 'trouble and Tf-vav
suspect it—some symptoms besides
visits to bathroom at night may
be backache, moist palms, puffy
eyes, and scanty passage that oft
hrmeg smarts and burns.
Get a NEW
For family health-protection, there's no better purchase
you can make than a new Electric Refrigerator. It will
cost you so little to operate because electric rates are so
low in Omaha.
The new Electric Refrigerators furnish a parade of
fashions for the kitchen. One of them will give your
kitchen style and gleaming beauty that will thrill
you for years to come. And its many savings in food,
"left-overs" and operating expenses are winning the
praise of husbands everywhere!
Cheap Electricity SERVES and SAVES
SEE YOUR DEALER
OR NEBRASKA POWER COMPANY
6 lbs. for 48c
7c EACH ADDITIONAL LB. “6'/je ON WEDS.”
ALL FLAT WORK BEATIFUL LY IRONED. BATH TOWELS
FLUFFY DRIED WEARING APPAREL RETURNED » A M P
READY TO IRON. WE GUARANTEE COLORED CLOTHES NOT
TO FADE. SHIRTS FINISHED IN THIS SERVICE FOR 10c
EACH IF DESIRED.
20% DISCOUNT CASH AND CARRY
Southwest Corner 24th and Erskine Sts. \
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