The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, May 27, 1939, City Edition, Page 8, Image 8

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    affaIrs The" S-o-c-i-e-t-y^ World organizations
The Smart Set met w th Mrs.
Hester Woods Sunday, May 14.
Tho pni idont called the meeting
to order. Old and new business
was discussed. There were two
amendments added to 'he Consti
tution cif the club. They have
planned to go on a picnic on May
21st Thb discussions for the even
ings were very interesting. The
guest for the evening were Mrs.
Margaret Cruder, Mrs. Lula Smi h
both of Denver, Colorado. After
the busind s part of the meeting
whs ovej', Mrs. Woods served a
very delicious repast. Mr. Ethel
Phillips, Mrs. Irene McDonald,
and Miss Jewell Brown assisted
Mrs Woods with the serving.
The club h planning big things
for the future. The next meet
Robbing Pharmacy
2806 No. 211 h SI. WE 171 ^
'in# will be at the home of Miss
Lontprieyer 2122 Ohio.
Hester Woork, reporter.
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Mr. and Mrs Harry Majors have
mover! to the'r new residence at
2640 Binney St.
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Mr. Peterson, Chicago, 111.,
docker at Ak-sar-ben races is
stopping with Mrs. Myrtle Wash
ington, 2324 N. 22 Ave.
Mrs IjOU:sc Strother, 2220 Wil
lis street, is reported as resting
much better at this writing.
Miss Arlene Baker, Chicago,
III., is spending the Summer in
tho city. She is staying at 2324
No, 24 tb,
Rev. R. E. Adams, pastor of St.
John is not doing so well at this
writing.
Little Raymond Conwell, 2415
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Open Evenings and Sundays
Caluwell is at home from the hos
pital where he was taken May
4th for observation by a child’s
specialist.
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Mrs. Minnie Dixon of 2889 Ohio
St., has returned from Brewton,
Ala., where she attended the fun
eral of her mother, Mrs, Ellen
Dacuse. Mrs. Dacus was ill two
year8 and four month. The family
wishcu to thank her many friends
for their kindness during the
ten months of illness in Omaha.
Also for the many telegrams of
sympathy and floral offerings
eent. Acknowling those sent from
Omaha: The Free Stone Baptist
Church, Pilgrim Baptist Church,
and The New Era WomenU Con
vention, /the Postal employees and
the many cards from other friends
and groups.
Signed: Mrs. Minnie L. Dixon
Mrs, Ingraham Goldston
Mrs. Pearl Mills
Mr. J. W. Dacus.
Mrs. Nina CJsdibert, of PiMsv
burgh, Penn., is visiting her sister
Mrs. Martha LawUon, 2214 N.
29th Street.
Mr. Sam Lawson, 2214 N. 29th
Sit., i« home from the hospital
and is doing nicely,
Mr. Jack Terry of North 30th
Street is very ill at his home,
Mr. Stovall, 2415 N. 22nd Street
is on the sick list this week.
Mrs. Margaret Taylor, 2724
Burdette St., is in a local hospi
tal.
Mrs. Cora Conway, of Miami
Street, was called to Lincoln to
tho bedside <tf her sister, Mrs.
Pearl ChHUsman
Town-'end Club No. 11 will spon
sor a program and refreshments,
May 28th at the Urban league
Hall. All members are asked to
bo present. Public is invited.
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Mr. Val G. .Ratliff, 4117 Patrick
Ave., will leave for New York
City at 3 A. M„ Sunday. He will
stop at Indianapolis, Ind., Decora
tion Day, from there he will drive
,to Pittsburgh, Penn., for a few
<lays, and from there on to New
York City. Mr. Ratliff was born
and reared in Omaha. ,
Mrs. Ivong, at 2713 No. 26th
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FOUR ROSES MEET
The Four Roses Club met at
the home of lira. Clarice Brown.
The meeting began at 11.30.
The club is planning their far
nial opening dance. Mrs. Brown
served a delicious lunch. The next
meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. Laura Brewer, Mrs. Maria
Elkins, presidnet; Mrs. Laura
Brewer, reporter.
Mrs. Eugene Murray, Ponten
nelle Apartment, will be re-in
stated in the position she once
held on the Visiting Nurse Asso
ciation staff. Mrs. Murray was
the first visiting narse of our
race in .the city. She goes back
to work June 1st.
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Mrs. Mary E. Brown, Kansas,
City, Kans., was in the city last
week for several days during the
illness of her counsin, Mr. A1
Scott Mr. Scott 5e still in the his
pital and his condition is reported
as no improvement.
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STRUCK BY BIKE
Walter Harris was struck by a
bicycle Sunday and suffered a
broken leg. He was rushed to a
local hospital.
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Mr. Frank Perkins, Jr., a mem
ber of “Red” Perk'n's orchestra,
was in the city, Monday spend
ing the day with his wife.
Mrs. John L. Dillard, 2211 Ohio
Street, was called Tyler, Texas,
last week on account of the seri
ous illness of her mother. She will
be joined by her husband, Mr.
John L. Dillard, in a few days.
They expect to remain in Texas
until the latter part of August.
YWCA news YWCA
Tho Mothers Council enjoyed a
beaut;ful Litany Service on Mon
day evening conducted by Mrs.
Chue. Other features on the pro
gram were a reading titled “An
Older MUther Speaks” by Mr*.
Eula Gillam—an instrumental so*
lo. Minuet by Paderewski, by Mtes
Archie Mao Young who is a
daughter of one of our Mothers.
The Council had the privilege
of hearing Father G A. Stams,
in a talk and open discussion; The
topic, “Religious Development of
tho Child” was broadly discussed.
The relig;ous development of the
parent should be of the foremost
importance to the guidance and
development of the child” he said.
Tho parent rhould accompany the
child to church school; be inter
ested in his social and religious
development. The Bible should be
taught ar.d read in the house with
understanding. Following the dis
cussions Miss Bell the “Y" secre
tary conducted the council in
many community songs and some
games. Mi*s Archie Mae Young
accompanying. The concluding
number, "My Lord What A Morn
ing” was led by Mi-s. Robinbon,
after whTch refreshments were
served.
Wu were fortunate to have so
many mothers to have birthdays
in May, for each Mothers presents
a cake to the Council and all join
in with coffee aad ice cream.
An unusual large number at
tended.
Mrs Jamie Norman, reporter
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HERMAN FRIEDLANDER
PROPRIETOR
24th Lake St.
WE. 5444
Mrs. J. D. Crawford, Adviser
The Mothers council will spon
sor a Bridge Par.y on Monday
night, May 29, for the purpose of
increasing our camp Budgete Each
Mdther ia responsible foT four i
tickets. Prizes will be awarded.
We regret that Mrs. Jammie
Norman is (slightly indisposed at
this writing. The Mothers and
friends hope that sho is improving.
On Saturday, May 27, all Fresh
men girls of the YJVCA will go
on an outing to Camp Brewster.
Tha group will leave the “Y” at
9 a. m.
The Up-to-Date Girl Reserves,
with Mrs. Dorene Holliday will
go on a picnic to Elmwood, Sat
urday, May 27.
ARTIST ENDS SEASON
Vercylae NorvelT, prominent
North high baritone made his last
public performance to Omaha for
this season last Monday evening,
May 22nd at the Olvet Baptist
Church. He sang the aria “The
Heart Bowed Down”, from the
opera “Bohiemian Girl" by Balfe.
He was very enthusiastically re
ceived by a capacity crowd. Va
cationing in different papts jof
the west, he has earned a well
deserved rest. For every Erwin
show at North high school, this
semester he has been in great
demand. Upon his return to Omaha
this fall, he shall resume his
active career, along with his very
fine and faithful accompanist,
Booker Washington, who just re
cently won the rating of highliy
superior at the Regional Music
Contest in Colorado Springs. He
is also going to open a Voice
Studio, accepting only a limited
number of students for work. To
all who become istudents of the
Norvell Vocal Studio, these words
are quoted from Vercylee Nor
vell to be held in your memory
“Genius is only the power of
making continuous efforts. The
fine between failure and success
is so fine that we are often on
the line and do not know i,t. Many
times people have thrown up their
hards at a time when a little
mere effort, a little more patience
would have achieved succes3. As
the tide goes clear out, so it
cones clear in. A little more per
sistence, a little more effort and
what seemed hopeless failure may
turn to glorious success.”
CONGRESSMAN ASKS U. S.
TO PROBE FLA. LYNCHING
Washington, May 25 (CNA)—
Vito Marcantonio, New York Con
gressman from Lower Harlem and
President of the International La
bor Dedr’enbe, this week demanded
that the federal government in
vestigate .the lynching of Lee
Snell Negro taxi-driver, at Day
ton Fla., on April 28 and prose
cute his slayers.
Snell had been arrested after an
automobile accident in which a
12-year-old white boy was killed.
He was seized from a police of
ficer who was removing him from
Daytona to Deland, Fla., for safe
keeping. Everett and Earl Black
welder, brothers of the boy, shot
the taxi-driver to death while the
officer looked on maikng no at
tempt to prevent the lynch mur
der. The two brothers were ar
rested and charged with murder
following a campaign by the IDD
to force lacal authorities to act.
Following their arrest the Daytona
Ku Klux Klan began a systematic
threating of prospective jurors to
influence the trial.
In a letter to Attorney General
Frank Murphy requesting that
tho government intervene, Mer
cantonio said that the delay in ar
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resting the brothers and other in
cidents connected with the case
might “easily be construed’’ as in
dicating collusion between police
and the lynchess in the murder
itself, and part of a conspiracy .to
defraud justice by preventing a
fair trial of the murderers.
Tho Attorney General was aliso
informed by wire from N, Jar
edne Osborne, field representative
of the ILD now in Daytona, that
all members of the panel from
which the jury will he selected are
being approached by Klansmen
demanding that a “not guilty-’
verdict be brought in for the
liiackwielder killers The ILD rep
resentative urged R'urphy that he
consider .the urge < • need of as
sig .ing a fedcra investigator to
Daytona without delay to inquire
;r. • • tho intimidation of jurors
aiu weigh the possibility of trans
feirmg the case to a fede-Pl court.
White and Negro citizens of
Daytona outraged by the murder,
have formed organizations for
protest. A jo;nt committee of all
Negro organization!', in the city
has been set up to make plans for
a city-wide fight for Negro civil
rights.
In answer to Klan intimidation
or jurors the ILD has blanketed
tho Florida city with leaflet*
pointing out that action of the
Klan has borne out the need for
federal prosecution of the lynch
ers.
CAVLIN SISTERS ANNOUNCE
3RD ANNUAL NEW YORK
PIANO RECITAL
Ney York, May 25 (C)— Bernice
Joyce Calvin, 14 year old Brooklyn
College freshman, and her sister,
Dolores Maxine Calvin, 11 year
old student of the High school of
Music and Art, who live in the
Dunbar Apartments at 2816-8th
Avenue, announce their annual
New York piano recital to be held
on Sunday afternoon, June 11,
at 3 o’clock, at the YWCA audi
torium, 179 W. 137th street. The
sisters have been tutored especial
ly for this recital by W’infield
Abell of Steinway Hall, who is a
pupil of Burmeister the secretary
of the famous pianist, Liszt.
Bernice and Dolores Calvin are
winners of many awards, medals
and scholarships, and have been
pianists, who have interpretative
judged by persons high in the
music world as outstanding young
powers far beyond their years.
They will play works of Chopin,
Baeh, Mozart and their own com
positions.
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