The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, July 08, 1939, City Edition, Page 4, Image 4
affaIrs The ✓ S-o-c-i-e-t-y^ World ORGANIZATIONS Stum, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otjts Morror who was raised in Omaha came to spend a few days at home after being away in Bos ton, Mass. He will be here until Friday, Rev. R. W. Johnson of 2431 Patrick and (the Pastor of Mount Calvary Community Church has gone to Whid/iata, Kan as to run a meeting. -0O0——— The O. N. 0. Social Club met Friday night June 23rd at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hammonds 3817 Dewey Ave. The regular business meeting was held after which an enjoyable evening was spent playing bridge. We were happy to have as our guest, Mr. and Mm. John Curt North 24th St. SHOE REPAIR 1807 N. 24*h si WE. 4240 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-. VISIBLE JOINT —POPULAR PRICES— wright A delicious repast was served by the (hostess and the club adjourned .bo meet July 14th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas, 2216 Grace St Robert Hammonds, president Bernice Mitchell, reporter -0O0 Mr. an<( Mrs. Wm. Cooper of 2624 BlonJo St, returning home, (the past week end reported a very pleasant trip and vacation having abended the National Sun day School and R YP11 CoTwrre®' at Tulsa, Okla., on June 20-26th then visiting Mr. "Cooper’s horn' at Langston, Okla with one bro ther at the old homestead an another brother at Okla City. They went to Paris, Texas, Texarkana. Ark., and Texas then to Ashdown. Ark., visiting Mrs. Cooper’s home with her parents motoring in the family car, a 36 master Chev. town sedan, returning via Kan. City with no trouble to mar the trip. It was about a perfect trip and vacation for both. -oOo-— POSTAL ALLIANCE MEETS The Omaha Bilanch of Postal Alliance met for its regular monthly meeting Saturday night, July ls'j wth comrade J. W. Dacus in the chair. The minutes were read by com , rade OUie Lewis, secretary. He read some very important com munications from the National President and from several candi I The Tuxedo Barber Shop 2225 North 24th St JA. 8676 Moat anyone can cut your hair and shave you, but do you have those perfect lines and that come hither touch that you get at The Tuxedo Barber Shop. 1 Our instruments are sterilized. Our 1 Service is Courteous and Pleasing. < _ , i • * , M. A. McGee I GUARD EVERY SPOONFUL!... I ..; with an Electric Refrigerator An Electric Refrigerator gives you protection. Foods axe kept at dependably low temperatures. Spoilage is reduced to a minimum—everything "Ns you've stored says fresh and appetizing for daysl Vegetables regain their country flavor and crispness and "leftovers" are kept whole I.SL some for several days. Depend on.an Electric Refrigerator to keep your family's food stored at }ust the right tempera ture. And Electric Refrigeration Is economical* | \ loo. because your electricity Is so cheap. ‘ Cheap Electricity SERVES and SAVES SEE YOUR DEALER OR NEBRASKA POWER COMPANY -~ ‘ ----- ■ II dates running for the different office8 of the National body in tihe coming eleeiicn. Comra<ie Lewis made has report on the social affair and it is to be held some time this month at the home of comrade Austin in Council Bluffs. Also plans are be ing made for the annual picnic in Augui t. -oOo The Willing Worker® of Plea sani Green Baptist Church, spon sored a bre-akfast at the residence of Mrs. Fisher Pearl, 2816 Bur dette, Monday June 26th. -oOo Mr. H. Hicks of 2218 Paul St. made his wifle a surprise birth day present of a r.ew living room suite of furniture. Mrs. Gertrude Murphy formal ly Gertrude Jones of Omaha, the daughter of Mrs. Stovall 2416 N. 22nd is the mother of a fine baby girl. She laves now in Benardville, New Jersey. Mrs. Roy Frazier of Los Ange les, Calif., wishes friends to know she is going to spend two weeks in our city and the house guest | of Mrs. Effie Moore, of 2606 North 27th &t. -—oOo—— — The Willing Workers of Plea sant Green Church gave a Waffle Breakfast Sun<Lay June 25th at the home of Bnola Pearl of 2815 Burdette. Thursday night June 28 a tall and short contest was held. The shortest; waK Rev. St. Hair and the other Rev, J. H. Reynold. -0O0 WHAT KNOT CLUB Tie members of the What Knot Club entertained friends from Pittsburgh, Pa., with a d'finer party Sunday rt the home of Mr and. Mrs. Jfohn McDrlniel, 28i3 (Mv'o Rm. After dinner they were Srown the city an<! presented with ■air plane rides at the Municipal air Port. Out of town guest were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Petty, Mr. and Mrs Roy Washington, Mr. Homer Cover all of Pittsburgh, Pa. They left Monday evening for Pitts burgh. Next meeting is at, the l omc of Mr. and Mi’s. Albert Dunn £22fi Miami St. Pearl* Brummell President R.chard Turner, Seer > a y Hattie Dunn, Reporter -0O0 Mrs. Dobbie of Hot Springs. Ark., is visiting her brother and other relatives in the city. -0O0 Mrs. Mamie Hedge of Keokuk, Iowa is the house guest of her brother. Mr. L. T. Gray of 2230 Willis Ave. She is enjoying her stay in our city. Mr. Will Jitalis of Gurden Ark., is visiting with his daughter, Mrs. D< rothy Campbell of this city and ho is also visiting with his three sisters and one brother and he Spring Chicken Cheaper than Meats 20c lb. We Give Green Trading Stamps CAREY’S NAB0RH00D Grocery OPEN SUNDAYS AND EACH NIGHT TILL 10 P. M. WE. 6089 also has a son here. RECOVERING Mrs. Alma Jane Tiplett, 2711 W'irt St~, who has been qu'te ill for the past two weeks, is conval escing nicely under the care of Dr. G. B. Lennox. Hope to see you up and oat pic nicing soon Al, Mrs. Strathers of 2220 Willis avenue is recovering nicely fro™ a very severe sick spell of 8 weeks. Mrs, Ida Adams of Willis Ave. was called to the bed side of her son who lives in Kansas City, Mo. He is very ill. -oOo— Mr. Ralph McMorris of 2513 N. 20 ih St. just returned hccne from Lutheren Hospital after a serious operation. He is recovering nicely. Rev. J. D. Davis of Sielpher Springs, Texas who has been pas toring the CME Church for 57 years is in our city visiting his son, Mr. Davis who is proprietor of the Omaha Outfitting Co. on N, 24th St. We welcome so great a man as he to our city. MR. MCGILL HOST TO NEGRO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Mr. E McGill entertained the member of the Negro Chamber of Commerce Convention at his beautiful Blue Room Thursday, Juno 29th with a delightful lun cheon. There were twenty-five guests present, * »- .. _ Mr. S. Edward Gilbert, Presi dent of the Local Chamber of Commerce was Master of Cere monies. Wlh'le the guests enjoyed 1st course refre;hrrents, as they sat around the long table in the cen ter of the room, Mr. Gilbert made a short talk and called upon Atty. Chas. P. Howard, President of the Des Moines Negro Chamber of Commerce to discuss Negro bus iness and bow it can be improv ed. Atty Howard pointed out that Negro businesses do not patron ize each other, and consequently, other Negroes fail to patronize their businesses as they should. Atty. Howard stated that the Ne gro C. of C. of Des Moines are planing to put a register, in the very near future, listing the Ne- i gro businesses, and place a copy I in every Negro home in Des' Moines, in order to acquaint the Negroes with the Negro business and what they have to offer. He stated that the Negro C. of C. of Des Moines had an attendance of ten to twenty members who met every Monday and worked togeth er advertising Negro business and exchanging their business proce dure. Mr, Gilbert called upon our own Atty. John Adams, Senator, who spoke at length upon the topic of the program of the Convention and in his talk, Senator Adams mentioned the Fontenelle Apart ment Additional project and its value to the people of Omaha. He said it was his opinion that this housing project should be extend ed. Senator Adams spoke of the employment problems in Omaha. Ho pointed out that Negroes were being supplanted by whites in many of their jobs. He said that wo^ the Negroes, needed to create opportunities for our youth. That wo should encourage our City Park Commissioner to give us play grounds more conviently lo cated for our children. He also stated that the Negro needs or ganized efforts to create jobs for the people and in this way jobs for the people will be realized. Senator Adams thought the Des moines C. of C. had a fine idea in putting out a register of Negro businesses. He stated also/ that Negro badness men need to un derstand each other and under stand the white business men as well and vica versa. After Senator Adorns’ talk, Mr. , Gilber mentioned some of the things that the Negr o C. of C. had) been able to do in Omaha very re cently. He mentioned the stand taken by them in the case of the family of eleven who were evicted from their home in South Omaha. He says the Negro C. of C. were able to get a place for the family for a week, until they could try and find a home. He hopes to get e noth A stay after the present one expires if they bave not been j suitably located. He mentioned I next, that the Negro C. of C. had a movement on to secure a mim eograph machine that would en able them to place the work and acheivements of the Negro C. of C. in the homes of the people of Omaha. Another acheivement, he relates, was the employment of el Negro in the Fairmont Happy Hollow Ice Sation. Mr. Gilbert closed his remarks by offering for open discussion the questions before the house which resulted in a round table talk. After which pictures were taken and luncheon was served by tho capable wife of Mr. McGill assisted by Mrs. Davis, her daugh ter-in-law and a couple of wait resses. -0O0 MODERN ART CLUB One of the lovliest parties of the se&ion was given Monday night by the Modern Art Club at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jowers with Mrs. Jasper Cole, Mrs. Char les Harrold, Mrs. H. L. Preston and Mrs. Jowers as hostess. Some thirty guests enjoyed the hospita lity. The house was beautifully de corated with garden flower*. The guest over flowed into the base nent where tables were set up anc all. Games were played. The club was happy to present birthday presents to the hostess Mrs. Har rold was presented a lovely set. of dishes in the new colored spade. Mrs. Cole received a very pretty Italian cut work linen table cloth and a pair of cut work pillow cases. Mrs. Jowers was the recipi ent of a table mirror and flower. Mrs. Preston was presented a beautiful crystal salad bowl and r, huge crystal relish dish. A cake box cascole custard cups, and two pyrex plates. Our wishes to these ladies for many more happy birthdays. Mrs. A. L. Hawkins, had as her guests, Mrs. Richard Garkin, Miss Mildren Gaskin of Portland, Ore., Dr. Mrs. Claude McFalls guest were, Mrs. W. B. Bryant, Mrs. Saddie Bly. Mrs. D. G. Riddle had as her guest, Misti Loreta Riddle of Kansas City, and Mr. Riddle, Mrs. R. C. Price’s guest were Mrs. U. S. Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moss. Mrs. Charles Har rold’a guest were Mrs. R. L. Turner and Mrs. Walter Seals. Mrs. Jowers had as (her guest, Mrs. L. L. McVay, Mrs. Bradley, and Mr. and Mrs. Collin Davis, and their little daughter. Mrs. H. L. Preston was seen witlt her two lovely daughters. Mrs. W. R. 1 Hottentot’s Softball Team CLAIMANTS, WORLD COLOR ED CHAMPIONSHIP FALSTAFF PARK 24th & Vinton St. FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1939 ; ‘ ‘ VS. FALSTAFF’S 1938 NEBRASKA STATE CHAMPIONS SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1939 VS. RUPPERT BEER LEADERS GREATER OMAHA LEAGUE Admission Adults 25cts Children lOcts Rogers, and Mrs. Cozy Nicholson were accompanied by their hus bands. Mrs. C. Nicholson, President, Mrs. R. C. Price, Reporter. ———oOo THE WHAT KNOT SAVING CLUB The What Knot Savin? Club met with Mr. and Mrs. Buckner 2226 Miami St. The meriting was called to order by the president. After the usual form of opening, business was transacted after which 3 games of bridge were played. The evening was a delight ful one for everyone. The hostess served a delicious 2 course lunch eon. The meeting wag adjourned to meet next at ithe home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dunn 2226 Miami St Pearl Brummell, President, Richard Turner, secretary Hattie Dunn, reporter --—oOo Mrs. Stanley of 2111 N. 27th is on the sick list and has been for to weeks. ———oOo Mother Anna Slaughter of 1414 N. 24th St. just returned from McCalester, Okla., where she was called ito the bed side of her bro ther who is very sick. -oOo Mrs. Georgia Brayboy of St. Paul, Minnesota, was a house guest Sunday of Mrs. Esther Hicks. A lovely dinner was laid for six. Mrs. Brayboy was formerly of Omaha. She left Monday June 26th for her home. -oOo THE SICK LIST Mrs. P. S. Stovall, of 2415 N. 22nd street is very sick in a local hospital. Mrs. Stovall has been ill since the first of March. Dr. Wesley Jones just returne from Okla. City having been cali ed there on account of the illnes of his brother. Mrs. Hazel Haynes of 1832 N-c 23rd St. is very sick. Mrs. Sallie Jackson of 1834 N 23rd is slowly improving from a stroke. Mr. Sims of 1839 N. 23rd just returned home from Ifae hospital after a serious operation. ' Mrs. Edna Lewis of 2121 Clark was taken to the hospital for an operation. -oOo DEATHS Mrs. Pearl Young and her son Gliedus Wood of 2235 Grant St., was called to St. Louis on the 30th of June to attend the funeral of her sister in law of that city. Charley Mitchell, 1827 N. 24th St., died in a local hospital July 3rd. -oOo Mrs. M. E. Cheeseborough of 2735 Caldwell left the city Tues day morning for a visit with her mother in Memphis, Tenn. While in Memphis she will be the guest of the Walker-Cox wedding. Re turning in three weeks by the way of St. Louite with a short visit with relatives. , -0O0 Mias Ella B. G^sford and her l’ittle brother are visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Jackson, 8221 Corby St. These visitors will spend the sum mer in the city. -0O0——— Mrs. Pearl Brocks, of 2426 Exs kine had a birthday dinner July 4. Mr. Wilson of Parker St. also celebrated his birthday. Rev. Crowder and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Rich Clark were present and enjoyed a de lightful dinner. The Very Latest from the Chicago Convention: The New— “Pin Curl” WAVE The Same Effect as the Cro quinole without the heated iron. STYLED AS DESIRED Althouse Beauty School 2422 North 22nd Street WEbster 0846 CUTS—BURNS—SCALDS should be quickly treated to prevent bad after effects as well as relieve pain. Use OlL-of-SALT. Wonderful too for sore, tired feet. At your druggist’s—money back if not satisfied. For free sample write Mosso Laboratories, 215South> Leavitt Street, Chicago. QUICK RELIEF FOR FEET - ■ ■ -— o RABE’S BUFFET 2229 Lake Street for Popular Brands of BEER and LIQUORS —Always a place to park— Robbing Pharmacy 2306 N. 24th St. WE. 1711 1ST , Millions use HUSH for BODY ODORS c IOc size at IOc stores - Try. , Herman’s Market First HERMAN FRIEDLANDER PROPRIETOR 24th Lake St. WE. 5444 fUiMUMUUtmUUtttUVMM WHEN KIDNEY TROUBLE CAUSES YOU TO GET UP NIGHTS When Bladder is Irritated When Passage is Difficult When Backache Results FLUSH POISONOUS WASTE AND ACID FROM KIDNEYS GAIN IN HEALTH If you aren’t feeling just right —are nervous—have dizzy spells and occasional backache—study your kidneys and learn more about yourself. Through the delicate filters of tohe kidneys, acid and poisonous waste are drawn from tlhe blood and discharged from the body thru the bladder—sometimes these fil ters are less active than they should be because of excess pois onous waste and kidneys do not function properly—they need harm leas stimulation. 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