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affaIrs The ✓ S-o-c-ie-t-y^ World ORGANIZATIONS
Miss Bet.y Montgomery, the
laughter of Mrs, Ger rude Mont
gomery, 2611 Maple St., graduated
from Howard Kennedy school on
June 2 'h, 1939. She is fourteen
years old. She will attend Central
Njrth 24th S*.
1807 N. 24,h ST
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while the savings are big. ™
'Prices subject to chanue without notice ^
20»h & DOUGLAS STS,
2406 L ST,
OPEN EVENINGS & SUNDAYS
Mrs. Elizabeth Palmer of Phil
adelphia, Penn., who is a God
sent Evangelist is running a re
v'val at the Church of God in
Christ, ba.tcr known as Daddy
It I'.dnson’s church. There has been
44 saved and 38 have received the
baptism of the Holy Ghost. Come
and hear this God sent woman.
The revival will continue until
the first Sunday in July.
Mi s Margaret Wilson, Shelton
Crooks and Charlie Whitly, mem
bar•! of Ted Lewis’ orchestra, have
(been here a week. They will be
hero another two weeks ag Ted
Ix-wis’ orchestra w 11 appear at
tha Orpheum Theater two weeks
beginning Friday, June 10. These
celebrities are stopping with Mrs.
Myrtle Washington on N. 22nd
Mr. and Mrs Lindsey Quarrells
1414 N. 22nd St., were blessed
with a beautiful baby girl Satur
day May 27th. Mother and daugh
ter are doing nicely.
Mrs. Addie Hopkins, who lived
at 1420 N. 22nd has moved to
2203 N. 29th St. Mrs. Hopkins has
luffered a stroke sometime ago,
and is improving very nicely. She
has been able to be carried to
church in a wheel chair.
Mrs. Lilian Cunningham, of
Tho Enonomy Beauty Shop, left
last Saturday for Chicago, 111., to
spond a few days with her sister.
Mrs. Cunningham will be back in
the shop very shortly.
Mrs. Rossie Ray and Mrs.
Francis Jackson of Lansin, Mich,
have been the house guests of
Mr. and Mrs. A1 Scott for a week.
Mr. Alex Beasley of Kansas,
City Kan., spent the week end in
their home. Mr. A1 Scott is getting
along very nicely since he has
been at home from the hospital.
VIS'iTS PARENTS AND
Mrs. Pauline Kllegan, Denver,
Colorado is spending the summer
in the city visiting her parents Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Anderson, 2S90
Ohio street, and her daughter,
Miss Lena Delores Paez. Mrs. El
legan will return to Denver Sept
ember 1st. She will be accompan
ied by her daughter, Miss Paez,
who will remain in Denver mak
ing her home with her mother.
Miss Paez is a Tech High student
of this city. She will take up her
school work in Denver, Colorado
FOURTH IX FAMILY TO
GRADUATE FROM SOUTH
Marian Stewart, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart of
2115 Madison is the fourth of her
family to be graduated from
She has been active in sports
belonging 'to basketball and volley
ball teams, and playing in the
Clubs »he belong to are: Girl
Reserves, Traders, Red Crass,
Motor, and Archery, She has been
active in the Library Service
League and on Hall Duty,
Marian is the first girl of her
family to be graduated frmo So.
Her three brothers, all graduates
are: Charles, June '35; Donald,
Nov. ’35; and David, June ’36.
Donald and David play with the
Bazooka Hot Shots.
Her mother attended South
High some years ago. Her
mother’s name was Audrey Grey.
1 HERMAN FRIEDLANDER
24th Lake St.
: Spring Chicken Cheaper
than Meats 20c lb.
We Give Green Trading Stamps
OPEN SUNDAYS AND EACH
10 P. M. WE. 6089
Prophet Hess is located at 2517
Burdette St., and has services
every Tuesday and Thursday's
Mrs. Gardener, 2503 Grant, is
reported as being a little better
and is resting better. She has been
Mr. P. S. Stovall of 2415 North
22nd street has been confined to
hu bed for about three weeks.
Mrs. Lelia Warren, 3222 Em
mett street is on the sick list.
Mrs Battles, 2424 Ersk:ne, is
reported to be sick.
Mr, Olivar Cooper, who for
merly lived in Omaha and opera
ted a place of business at 24th
and Burdette streets, and who now
resides at 312 E. Walnut St., Mon
rovia, California, was a caller at
the Omaha Guide office Monday,
Mr. Cooper expressed apprec'a
tion for an opportunity to inspect
the plant and stated that he was
a reader of the Omaha Guide each
week and enjoyed it very much.
Mr. Cooper also called on Mrs.
Mexie Love and daughter at the
Fontenelle apartments and spent
a very pleasant 20 minutes. Mrs,
Love and family are very dear
friends of Mrs. Cooper. Mrs. Love
is expected to pay a visit to Cali
fornia soon and will probably re
main there indefinitely. Mr, Coop
er wishes his many .l ien U to
know that his wife, Mrs, Flurna
Cooper, is enjoying the best of
health and is very busy in her
many business activit:es which
sho operates in Monrovia, Cali
forn’a. Mr. Cooper was enroute
to Chicago for a few days stay.
OUT OF TOWN GUESTS AT
Among the out of town guests
; noted at the Coronation Pageant,
Monday night were: Mrs. W. H.
Robinson (“Eddie”) of Detroit,
Mich., Mrs. Minnie Miller of Kan
sas City, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Ro
land Young, and daughter of L;n
coln, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Brooks and party of Red Oak, la.
J Mrs. Clarence H, Singleton en
tertained a few of her close
friends at a cocktail party follow
ing the Coronation Page-ant, at
her home on Maple street. Among
the out of town guests present
were her daughter, Mrs. Ernestine
Singleton of Detroit, Mrs. Eddie
Robinson also of Detroit and Mrs.
Minnie Miller of Kansas City.
Mrs. Ernestine Postels after a
two weeks visit here with her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. C, H. Sin
gleton left Tuesday for her home
in Detroit, Mich.
. ——o 0 o—— —■
Mr®. I. S. McPherson entertained
a number of friends at her charm
ing home on North 27th street,
Thursday evening in honor of
Mrs. Eddie Robinson of Detroit,
Mich., guest of Mrs. Edgar Lee
of 2704 Maple St
POSTAL ALLIANCE MEETS
The May meeting of the Omaha
Branch of Postal Alliance wa*
held as usual at the Community
Center with near full membership
After the reading of the min
utes and communications, the Pre
sident, Comrade Darns, gave a
few brief remarks and the entire
body stoed a moment in silent
prayer for our departed Comrade
Charles Scott who passed May
2713 North 26th AT. 3470
Good Old Home Style Barbecue
of All Kinds. Seasoned t* suit
Cold Brinks and Ice Cream
OPEN ALL NIGHT
| 18th. The remains was taken to
1 Mobile, Ala. for burial by his son.
A committee from the Branch
met with its Citizen* Commi'tee
to discuss several items. One in
regards to more of our race being
appointed to the Postal service.
Comrade Dacus was elected a
delegate to the national conven
tion of Postal employees in Chi
cago, August 15-19. Its about
time for another social gathering
of the Comrades and their wives.
Comrade Ollie Lewis is to report
on that at the next monthly meet
Mrs. Sall e Bell of 2709 Ohio
St. passed away June 7 at 7
o’clock. She leave* two sisters and
nieces and nephew. Mrs. McIntosh
Mrs. Emma Robinson of 2617
Burdette are her two sisters.
Mr Cecil Wainw-right of Tren
ton, Tenn., and Mr. George Elam
of Union City, Tenn., brother and
uncle of Mr. and Mrs. Jordan
YVainwright, were here to attend
the funeral of Mr Jordon Wain
Mrs. Charles Abram of 2404 No.
25th street and daughter, Miss
Booker Abram of 2314 No. 25th
street, will leave for Oklahoma
city to attend the funeral of their
brother-in-law and uncle, Mr. Jack
Abram of that city.
CORONATION BALL A GRAND
(continued from pagel)
as Grand Potentate. The pregram
opened with a coronation revue
dance, directed by Mrs. Dorothy
Beek-Ferguson. The young dan
ers were. Brycie Doris, Eva Dor
is, Eloise Frampton, Delores Jack
son, Amelia Jackson, Elizabeth
Payne, Willie Kate Harris and
Arista Williams. This was follow
ed by songs by Little Kenneth
Young and Master Clifford Ses
sions. The blare of trumpets an
nounced the approach to the
throne of last year’s k’ng, Charles
W. Dickerson and Queen Algernon
A hush came over the crowd as
Grand Potentate McPherson an
nounced King Borealis IX follow
ed by cheers and shouts as D*.
Singleton entered the room, walk
ed majestically down the aisle to
be crowmed by McPherson. Prin
cesses, Duchesses and Countesses
from neighboring realms followed.
And the big moment of the
evening came when McPherson
announced the approach of Queen
Aurora. Lights focused on the en
trance to the ballroom as six tiny
flower girls appeared followed by
cute little Joan McCaw, carrying
the Queen’s crown, almost as
large as she, on a velvet pillow.
Then came the small and digni
fied. Charlzine Davis bearing the
Queen’s ring in a l’ly. Queen Auro
ra then stepped into viewr, paused
p. moment, smiled while a w'ave of
The Very Latest from the
“Pin Curl” WAVE
The Same Effect as the Gro
quinole without the heated
STYLED AS DESIRED
Althouse Beauty School
2422 North 22nd Street
REED'S REEDETTE STAND
It is as Cool and Refresh
ing as it is Good. The
doctors recommend it and
we have it at the most at
tractive prices. ,
per pint 13c
per Quart 25c
per Gallon 78°
Cold Drinks and Candy
24*h * BORDfTTE STS
Mrs, Edna, Mato, Mgr.
applause swept the room, walked
slowly down the aisle to be re
ceived and crowned by the King.
List of Attendants
Flower girls: Mary Ellen Hop
k’ns, Thelma Hancock, Barbara
Dill, Dewene Hall, Eleanor Clough,
Helen Clough, Joyce Dean, Mickey
Princesses: Elizabeth A. Baker,
Wilda E. Chue, Johnebte Coleman,
Melba F. Faucette, Nadine L.
[ Warren, Alice L. Coleman, Elsie
M. Mallory, Madri M. Miller,
Thelma Page, Doris Ware, Bertha
Duchesses: Katie Beasley, Sybil
M. Ellis, Alice A. Green, Delores
Home, Juanita Lett, Jessie Mar
tin, Grover Marshall, Ruth S.
“Miller, Doris New land, Francis M.
Paris, Margaret Yancy.
Countesses: Ethel Davis, Sioux
City, Gerald'ne Herdon, Council
Bluffs; R.uth Patrick, Lincoln;
Anna Belle Jones, Red Oak, Lola
Kraft, Dallas, Texas
The Pageant was sponsored by
St. Pihilip’s Episcopal church. It
has been given annually for the
past nine years, Mrs. Cecilia W.
Jewell who has promoted the pa
1 geant for the past four years,
headed the committee again this
year. Her committee included:
Mesdames D. V. Gordon, E. P.
Pryor, Marvey Garter, B. B.
Cowan, J. Dillard Crawford, Leon
Robinson, Olive Richardson and
Miss Anna E. Logan and the
Misses Algernon and Lila Pryor.
Dr. G. A. Stams, the new rector
at St. Philip’s church was an inter
The housing committee which
was appointed by the Exalted
Ruler to obtain accomodations for
! the expected delegates for the
Mid-West Associate convention of
tho Elks, met at the Elks Hall
June 5, and Mrs. Earl Jackson,
3212 Pinkney St., was elected sec
retary of the appo:nted committee.
All members of the committee,
their friends and citizens who have
accomodations that they wish to
rent to the delegates at $1 per
Open from 2 p. m. until 3 a. m.
King: Yuen Cafe ..
2010 Vi N. 24th St. JAckson 8576
American and Chinese Dishes
person per day please call KE 3366
and register the number of dele
gates they can accomodate with
Mrs. Earl Jackson. Members of
the housing committee are request
ed to make a canvass of the town
for accomodations and call Mrs.
Jackson and reg;ster the same
with her. ,
Three Louisiana Essay
New Orleans La. June 8 (C)—
F. A. Young secretary of the Na
2306 No. 21th St. WE 171 i
tional Negro Insurance Week
Committee announces t.he follow
ing prize winners in the national
essay contest for Louisiana: Frank
A. Perry, Lake Charles, first
prize, $12.50; Roberta H. Palfrey
New Orleans, second prize, $7.50;
Mildred Quarles, Minden, La.,
third prize $5.
IffRELIEVE ITCHING SKIN QtzzcA/y
Even the most stubborn itching of eczema;
blotches, pimples, athlete's foot, rashes and
other externally caused skin eruptions,
quickly yields to pure, cooling, antiseptic,
liquid D.D.D. PRESCRIPTION. Clear, grease
loss and stainless—dries fast. Its, gentle
oils sootho the irritation. Stops tho most
intense itching in a hurry. A 35c trial bot
tle. at all drug stores, proves it—or your
money back. Ask for D.D.D. Prescription.
FLUSH KIDNEYS OF POISONS
AND STOP GETTING UP NI3HTS
LIVE A HEALTHIER, HAP
FlER, LONGER LIFE
Thousands of men and women
wonder why backache bothers
them—why they have to visit the
bathroom often at night—why
flow is scanty and sometimes
smarts and burns.
Anyone of these symptoms may
mean that your kidneys and blad
der need attention now before
these minor symptoms may devel
opo into serious trouble.
To flush out excess waste pois
ons and ac;d from kidneys, soothe
your irritated bladder and put
more healthy activity into them,
get a 35-cent package of GOLD
MEDAL Haarlem Capsules and
take as directed.
Ths harmless, tried and true
medicine gives results—you should
feel better in a few days, as this
effective d;uretic and kidney stim
ulant dr:ves excess uric acid from
tho body which is often the aggra
vation of joint agony, sciaitica and
Don't be an EASY MARK and
accept a substitute—Ask for Gold
Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules—
right from Haarlem in Holland.
GET GOLD MEDAL—the origin
al—the genuine. Look for the
Gold —Medal on the box — 35
6 lbs. for 48c
7c EACH ADDITIONAL LB. “6'/jc ON WEDS.’’
ALL FLAT WORK BEAUTIFULLY IRONED. BATH TOWELS
FLUFFY DRIED. WEARING APPEARED RETURNED DAMP
READY TO IRON. WE GUARANTEE COLORED CLOTHES NOT
TO FADE. SHIRTS FINISHED IN THIS SERVICE FOR JOc EACH
20% DISCOUNT CASH AND CARRY
Southwest Corner 24th and Erskine Sts.
Nebraska, known everywhere for its social and economic^
leadership, became the testing ground one year ago for
Bn experiment unique in the history of American industry—'
the self-regulatory program of the Nebraska Brewers and
Beer Distributors Committee.
Organized to shut off the beer supply from outlets oper
ating against the public welfare and to the detriment of the
large majority of law-abiding retailers, our program won the
instant approval of state, county and municipal officials, com
munity leaders and the public press.
No longer an experiment but a proved success, thanks
to the cooperation and efficiency of the Nebraska Liquor
.Control Commission, this plan for self-regulation has been
used as the model for other state self-regulatory programs
under the sponsorship of the United Brewers Industrial Foun
dation. Similar programs are now functioning in Kansas,
Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina and Maine. The Foun*;
dati3n plans to extend this work gradually, as facilities permit,
throughout the country.
The announcement of our program on June 5, 1938, was
widely hailed in Nebraska as our definite pledge to work
shoulder-to-shoulder with law-enforcement authorities on
behalf of the public interest.
Now, as our second year begins, we renew our pledge to
Assist the forces of law and order in eliminating anti-social
conditions surrounding the sale of beer.
Nebraska Brewers and Beer
Charles E. Sandall, State Director
710 First National Bank Ridg., Lincoln, Nebr.'
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