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a^faIrs The 'S-o-c-i-e-t-y * World ORGANIZATIONS
IN THE CITY
Miss Filliscia Anderson a grad
uate of Fisk University and now
• teacher in the Petersbury Teach
er's College and Miss Allie Mil
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2229 Lake Street
for Popular Brand*
of BEER and LIQUORS
—Always a place to park—
2306 No. 2tlh Si. * t III
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The Very Latest from the
“Pin Curl” WAVE
The Same Effect as the Cro
quinole without the heated
STYLED AS DESIRED
Althouse Beauty School
Z4ZZ INortfi ZZiui dticel
k-r, Stajte Supervisor of Home
Economics of the state Tichoolg of
Delaware were in the city last
week These teachers were driving
to San Francisco, OJ’fornia
wh >re they are to study this xir.n
Miss Miller has her masters de
gree from Columbia University of
Miss Anderson was a student in
Fisk when L. L. MeVay attended
After spending a night in the
home cf Mr. and Mrs. MeVay,
these young women left Saturday
to ci ntinue the;r drive to San
They will make their return
trip in the fall via the Southern
route anil take in New Orleans,
La., and several Texas cities.
These young women spent the
day in Omaha with Miss Vera
Chandier’u people. Miss Anderson
is very well acqua'nted with Miss
Vera Chandlers as they were both
working in the game school last
school year. She speaks very
highly of the work done by Miss
Mrs, Sadie Mitchell of 1835 N.
22nd St,, had a slight stroke.
M i . Lillian Harness of 1833 N.
' 23rd won the Anniversary Cake
at the Mt. Olivary Community
Church, Saturday night June 24th
at the Carnival. The different
clubs wtre t ponsoring the affair.
The Emergency club presented
PATTON HOTEL NEWS
Mrs. Dave Ferguson, l>os An
geles, California, spent a few day
visiting in the city last week.
Mrs. Constance Dent Winston,
Los Angeles is in the city for the
Summer. Mrs. Winston is visit
ing friends and plans to return to
Los Angeles somet'me in Sept.
Mrs. Roy Fraizler of Los Ange
les, Calif,, spent two weeks in the
city v> iting friends. Mrs. Frazier
left last week.
Messrs. L. O. White, John Wal
ker. R. ,P, Cnmmen, and Norman
Leggen of Chicago, 111., are rail
road men running in here and
making this their headquarters.
They are stopping at the Patton
Mr. James Nance, Atchinson,
Kansas, \vas in the city over night
enrou.e to Boston, Mass.
The recently organized Royal
Twelve club who were originally
the Straight Eights, gave a fare
well party Friday night honoring
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Bobby Logan their secretary who
left Tuosdr.y mtrning to make his
home in Kansas City, Mo.
The party was given at the home
of Bernice Grice who is treasurer
c>f the club. O her officers of the
c ub are: Herbert Wh'te president,
Alphons.J Hayden vice president,
I Nate Golstein, sponsor.
Bobby has made his home in
Omaha for the pa t year and at
tended Technical High school. He
was very active among the young
er set of Omaha, and will be
missed by all of his friends.
Spring Chicken Cheaper
than Meats 20c lb.
We Give Green Trading Stamps
OPEN SUNDAYS AND EACH
10 P. M. WE. 6089
Mrs. Bernice Wilkerson and
son, Howard Wilkerson of Des
Moines, Iowa motored to Omaha
Sunday and spent a couple of days
in the ci.y visiting friends. They
were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Lilly Davis and Mrs. Duke Groner.
They returned to Des Moines
Tuesday. Mn\ Wilkerson is Police
Matron in Des Moines, Iowa.
The Nat Towles Orchestra was
in the city Saturday and played
for a dance at The Field Clttb,
Saturday night. The orchesra men
create ! ouite a sensation on 24th
and Lake SU'ees when they
stepped out in their new Summer
formal suits, white coats and
green trousers, on their way to
their engagement at the Field
Mrs. Maggie Ford and Mr.
John Dillworth, who were called
to Fort Gipson, Okla,, on account
Ol' ’.he death of their mother have
returned to the city. They were
accompanied to Fort <3ipson by
Mr. Jim Ford husband of Mrs.
Msggie Ford, and Mrs. Hattie
Enroi;.to to Omaha from Okla
homa, they spent some time with
friends at. Tulsa ai/* Muskogee,
Okla., Parson, Kansas and Kan
sas City, Mo. They left Omaha
June 9th and returned June 20th.
Min. Ford left her father some
what ill anj has received a mes
sage that, he is about the game.
Mr. Leroy Gude. 2715 Miami,
who left his job at the packing
house Thursday very ill, is much
improved and was able to return
to work Tuesday.
Mr. A] Scott, who has been very
ill recently, was seen at church
Sunday. Ho is improving very ra
pidly from his recent illness.
MEMPHIS PHYSICIAN VISITS
Dr. L. G. Patterson, Physician
of Memphis, Tenn., was a visitor
in tho city over the week-end. He
visited the Elks Club Monday
night accompanied by Mr. Billy
Davis, who introduced him to the
members of the club and other
guests present Dr. Wilkerson is
enroute to his home in Memphis,
Tenn, from California where he
has been visiting the San Francis
co Fair and friends in many of the
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The Modern Art. Club met June
18th with Mrs. Frank Stewart as
hostess. The Club was called to
order by the president After the
usual form of openng the By Laws
and Constitution were read by the
North 24th St.
1807 N. 24th ST
YOU CANT TELL THEY ARE
REPAIRED— BECAUSE OUR
INVISIBLE HALF SOLING.
METHOD ‘‘Leaves No .Repair.
Look" ON YOUR SHOES. THE
NEW SOLE WITH AN IN
Katharine Hepburn, dynamic actress-model far “Spirit of Toler
ance” poster, and McClelland Barclay, noted illustrator, discuss canvas
artist executed for national Independence Day Ceremony of Council
Against Intolerance in America. Original was reproduced on Times
Sauare (N. Y.) bUlboard and in other cities.
ehaiianan oif that committee, Mrs.
W. R. Rogers, Since this was the
last meeting of the club year all
members were present except two
with appreciations. We have ha<l
a very successful club year. Our
Round Table discussion was on
summer recipe8 and dishes. An
invita ion was read from the Eu
reakr. Art Club inviting the Mod
ern Art Club to attend the State
federation June 27th. The club
was also invited to attend the re
cital of Mi: s Irene Harrold.
Plans were made for our next
year’s work. Sometime in the ear
ly fall a play will be presented by
the club directed by Mrs. Vida
Jowers and Mrs. W. R. Rogers.
Since this is our last club news
reporter will run a Who’s Who on
your reporter will run a Who’'
Who on the members. The club
party will be Monday, June 26, in
the Beautiful garden of Mrs. Vida
Jowers. The hostess served a love
The club adjourned to meet Sep
tember 11th with Mrs. L, C. Clark
Members present were:
Mrs. W. L. Myers; Mrs. D. C.
Riddle; Mrs. Charles Harrold; Mrs.
A. L. Hawkins; Mrs. Vida Jowers;
t Mi*s. R. C. Price; Mrs. L. C. Clark;
Mrs. Cozy Nicholson; Mrs. Jasper
Cole; and Mrs. W. R. Rodgers.
Mrs. Cozy Nicholson, Pres’d.
Mrs. R. C. Price, Reporter
Mr. Samuel Bush, Los Angeles,
California, n former re ident of
this city, is here visiting his
children, Miss Marie Bush and
Mrs Orine Kelly. Mr; Bush has
been living in I^os Angeles for a
bou, twelve years. He lived in O
maha and Nebraska almost fifty
Mr. Bush called at The Omaha
Guide office and ubseribed for the
paper for a month. He will be in
tho city indefinitely, but expects
I to return to California before vvin
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Gray of
2230 Willis, returned from a trip
to St. Louis. They stopped in
Keopuk, Iowa and picked up Mrs.
Hedge as she was taking the trip
with them. They visited their
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. F. B. Clay of that city.
They witnessed the flood in
Brookville and Hamible, Mo., and
saw water covering houses and
tho siock swimming in the w'ater
and they were only allowed to
drive one mile an hour.
Mrs. Lecoy of 2117 Ohio street,
who is in perfect good health and
was away front her home. Some
enemy sent her son, Richard a
message telling him his mother
was dead and since he was an em
ployee of the U.P. they got in con
tact with him and gave him the
message. He phoned his wife at
onco and told hint the messabe was
untrue. Investigation is being
made to try and find out who is
Mrs. Harry Majors, 2640 Binney
was delightfully surprised with a
house shower given her by her
many friends. She received many
beautiful and useful gifts. Re
freshments were served and an
enjoyable time was had by alL
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The Sunset Cab
Mi l. Majors recently mover 1 into
her new home at 2640 Binney.
Jack Moore, 3921 Burdette St.,
received a very had cut over his
eye while swimming at Walnut
BEAUTICiAN STILL AMONG
Mm. Flossie Blount-Moore of
2875 Ohio St., remains on the sick
list. Mrs. Moore a licensed opera
tor took a course in Beauty Cul
ture under Mrs. Lenola Gray. She
is also a graduate of the North
Side Beauty School. Her friends,
! and clintele wishes for her a
Mrs. Ida Edward, 2310 N. 27th
avenue, has returned from a visit
in Kansas City, Kansas, where she
visited her Aunt Lizzie Frazier,
and her cousin, Myrtle Beasley.
Mrs. Will’s Long of 2713 N. 26th
St, is on the sick list. She has
been sick for about five weeks.
Watch! Step! and Listen! for
the big celebration to be given
Bishop William A. Wash ngton,
of I.os Angelas is in the city and
will attend the convention at
Christ Temple Church, twenty-six
and Burdette. He will be here un
til Sunday, July’ 2.
Miss Elsie Mallory, youngest
graduate in the city, is going to
Camp Brewster for two weeks be
ginning July 2. This wag made pos
sible-by Mrs. J. E. Davidson of 617
Sou'h 37th St., who heard of her
achievement and sent her a check
for 23 dollaiii (18 dollars for the
two weeks at camp. an<l 5 dollars
for spending money).
The delegates of the Townsend
Club No. 14 returned home. We
are very proud of the report our
own delegate, vice-president, Mr.
McDonald brought back.
Mrs. Francis Simms of 2315
Charles St., gave a surprise birth
day party fo^ her husband Mr.
John Simms, Monday evening,
June 26th. His other relatives also
assisted her. An elaborate dinner
was served. Decorations were of
lavender and yellow.
The honored guest were Mrs.
Mary Houston of Fort Worth,
Texas and Rev. Jesse Glover of
Los Angeles, Calif., Other guests
were Mrs. Hattie Payne and little
daughter, Maye, Mrs. Sarah Rob
erts, of 2758, the Family of Mrs.
Simms, Mrs. Lillie Simms, William
Mother Mrs. Emma Smith, Aunt
1414 N. 24th St.
Across the street from the
LOGAN FONTENELLE HOMES
Mrs. Georgia Border, Aunt Bertha
Cummingham and .this two cousins
Mr. and Mrs. George Camper.
The Don Albert * dance which
was to have been given Monday
night June 26th at Dreamland
ballroom, was cancelled following
the receipt of a telegram by Mr.
J C. Jewell, eelling of a bus break
down in Kansas, much to the dis
appointment of a large number of
J. Dillard Crawford, son of John
H. Crawford and the late Henriett
Crawford, who recently graduated
from the law department of Om
aha Uni., was among those listed
as having pasued the State board
which admits him to practice law
in the State. Congratulations J.
KING BOREALIS IX AND
QUEEN AURORA HONORED
Tho Coronation Pageane comm
ittee of St. Phillips Episopal
Church which sponsored the 9th
Anual Coronation Pageant given
June 5th at Dreamland ballroom,
when Dr. C. H. Singleton was
crowned King oreslig I.I and Miss
Ethel Davis of the southoide be
came Queen Aurora IX gave a de
lightful party at Fontenelle pav
ilion, Tuesday evening to honor
their Maje ties and the court, the j
Princess, Duchesses, Countesses j
and other attedants, who served '
The party proved to be one of !
the classiest and most colorful af
fair yet to be given this season.
Many beautiful summer costumes
women present. A number of out
were worn by the bevy of young
of town guests were noted. The
nine piece City Service orchestra
under the direction of Sam Turner
furnished the music.
The committee of arrangements
for this very lovely party were
Mrs. Cecilia W. Jewell, chairman,
and Mesdames J. Dillard Crawford
D. V. Gordon, Leon Robinson and
Misses Anna Logan and Lila Pry
Mrs. Maiy Belle Bol len of Chi
cago who has been the guest ol
Mr , Lizzie Buford and other rel
atives for the past ten days, left
AV ednesday for her home, where
she will join her cousin Mrs. Ralph
Elliott and Mr. Elliott and motoi
| to Nashville, Tenn to visit with
1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles AVilson. Mrs.
| AVilson was the former very pop
ular Dorothy Allen of this city.
THE SICK LIST
Mr. George Little, 2206 North
27th Ave., has been very sick for
six months and is improving very
Mr. Henry Smith, 1920 North
25th has been very sick but is
Mr. Pauline of 2518 Indiana
avenue who has been sick one year
is slowly improving.
Mr. Kail Gillkie of 2121 North
28 avenue is on the sick list.
Mrs. Dorletha Watson of 2619
Decatur is sick in a local Hospital.
She is the daughter of Mrs. Jen
Ruth Anderson arrived home
Wednesday to spend her vacation
I with her parents who reside at
I 3501 Blondo. She is an interne
nurse at the Gerrerat Hospital in
Kansas City, Mo.
Mr. Robert Johnson of North
Platt died. Myers Funeral services
will be conducted by Mr. Metcalf
and burial at Forrest Lawn ceme
Mrs. Georgia Robinson, 2207 N.
27th Ave., died Friday morning,
June 23. She is the mother of
Edna Cox and Nina Cox of same
address and other relatives include
2 nieces Mrs. Mable Marshall of
Crqiton, Iowa and Mrs. Katie Rob
ert of York, Nebr and one neph
Mrs. Leatha Ford, wife of Rich
ard Ford of 1324 North 26th St.,
departed this life June 23th. The
funeral was held Wednesday at
2 o’clock at Pilgrim Baptist
church, conducted by Rev. F. S.
Goodlett. Funeral director Myers
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