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Mrs. L. King, of Dallas, Texat
is visitinjr in the city with rela*
*ives and friends,
Mrs. Annie Johnson of Philadel
phia, Pa., who has been visiting
with her sister and brother-in-law
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas re
turned to her home Sunday.
North 24th St.
1807 N. 24«> 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
24th take St.
G. S. Deveraux and wife of Mee
kcy, Colorado are the house guest
of Mason Daveraux Senior of
2209 North 25th for an indefinite
stay. Mr. Deveraux is a carpenter
and a good one. He built his
trailer and it has every compart
ment in it as any trailer that
could W of a very high price. Ed
na Mitchell was taken through it
end says it can’t be beat.
The Cherokee Temple Drill
Team are celebrating the first
Thanksgiving service at Mt. Cal
vary Community Church, Sunday
Sept. 24 at 3 PM. Rev. Johnson
will preach the sermon.
Miami Simmons, Capt.
Blanche Parker, secretary
1 Come and enjoy our program.
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Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Story,
Mrs. Ida Wiley, Mrs. Mary Brown,
and Mrs. Bett left Sunday night
by motor for New York City to
attend the Woman's Connecteinal
Council Meeting of the CME
church. Mrs. Story is Connecteinal
president of the young people’s de
partment and also annual confer
ence Missionary President of the
Kansas-Missouri Conference. They
expect to see some of the World’s
Fair while there,
THK1W SAFW WATS ^
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•or undtfsrm perspiration \ "
flush LIQUID k
checks perspiration 1 to 3 deys ^
flush fOWPEK 1
use on sanitary napH»ns^^®
PAINT, GLASS & VARNISH
|| We Do Glazing & Make Window Shades to Order
Screen Wire, Chicken Wire, atiij Fence Wire.
WE MAKE SCREEN FRAMES TO ORDER
Electrical Supplies Plumbing Supplies
Roofing Paper * Guttering
We Have a Full Line of KITCHEN UTENSILES
—WE. 1607— 1822-24 N. 24th St.
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CASH & CARRY
CASH & CARRY
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CASH & CARRY
CASH & CARRY
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EDHOLM & SHERMAN
I 2401 NORTH 24TH STREET
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LAUNDERERS AND DRY GLEANERS
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Mr. Thomas Henry of 320 Mad’,
son Topeka, Kansas who is the
father of Mrs. Cathreine Manley,
of 2715 Ohio St. passed away at
father of Mrs. Catherine Manley,
left Tuesday afternoon to attend
his funeral which will be Thursday
afternoon from St. John AME
Church of that City.
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St. Benedict and Culturetts soft
ball team played Saturday and
St. Benedict won the game. The
score was 16 to ^6. Edna Taylor
pitcher, Elizabeth Payne 1st base.
A month ago, the Cudahy pack
ing Co. introduced a new accident
and illness insurance among all
its plant. It works satisfactorily.
About 90 per cent of the 14 thou
sand workers in the Cudahy plants
in the United States and Canada
are participating said E. A. Cud
ahy Jr., president.
Clarence Crolley of 2623 Lake
was operated on Tuesday and is
reported as getting along fine.
He had appendix trouble.
Little Beverly Pearl Moore, the
small daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Moore was delightedly en
tertained by her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ned Moore, 2922 Decatur
with a Birthday Party.
This was the little Misses first
birthday. She received many
pretty and useful gifts.
Dark-eyed Pauline Ellegan, for
merly of Denver gave in informal
party of beverage. Loads of fun
and a chatty time was had by those
present. Those present were: Tra
vis McDonald, P. Roundt r e e
Ruby Rounntree formerly of Den
ver, Colo., Mr. Roberts, Miss Geor
gia Roberts, Mi=s Ghift of Lusa.
Oak., Mrs. Gertrude Barnett, Mr.
Bab Fields, N. Stevens, and Mr.
Thanks to Mrs. Hazel Williams,
pian’fst and Bulford Jones who
gave a selection of imitations of
the Mills Brothers with spoons.
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VISITORS SEE WORK OF
Visitors who visited Carter Lake
Sunday saw the dredge in service
It was placed on special survey
for inspection. It is being ifeed
to deepen the lake. Leonard W.
Trester president of the Carter
I-ake Improvement Society was in
FIRST COLORED GIRL TO
LEAD BAND IN LINCOLN
Miss Dorothy Jackson, Gloria
Jean Claxton and Arista Williams
are leaving Sunday for a 3 day
trip to Lincoln, Nebr. They "will be
joined by the Dixie Dugle Boys,
Tuesday. On Tuesday they will be
in a parade competing against 9
other corps. The parade is a
special event of the American Le
gion Convention. Tuesday night,
Arista will participate in a Strut
ting Contest. Arista, a baton
twirler will be the first colored
girl to lead a Legion Band in
Lincoln on the field. Gloria and
Dorothy are also baton twirlers.
fj Mike Colton’s Q
U Dry Goods, Shoes x
0 Furnishings X
X SCHOOL IS HERE. WE Q
X HAVE A COMPLETE LINE Q
xOF SHOES & FURNISHINGS X
X 2503 N. 24th St. 24th & Lake Q
X PHONE JA. 5757 Q
An ‘Afternoon at Five Reception’
Mrs. Benj. Whiteside, Hostess
(or Daughter and Husband
The home of Mrs. Benj. White
side, Sunday evening was con
verted into three hours of charm
and beauty, when she entertained
approximately, 225 very pleased
guest honoring her beautiful and
only daughter,, Nee, Miss Susan
Whiteside, who was given in mar
riage on the 30th of December,
1938 to Mr. Ray Williams, one
of Omaha’s most prominent attor
The bride and groom were at
tractive; seated among a throne
of Psalms and an array of beauti
ful Pastel gladiolus graced the (
entire living and dining rooms.
The bride was sweet, gowned in
a soft Orchid chiffon evening
dress with a dainty pleated square
neckline, and puffed sleeves, the
skirt was composed of yards and
yards of material caught, in the
cente*1 of the waistline was a
corsage of pastel shades, with
streams of rainbow color ribbons
falling gracefully to the hem.
The dining room’s color scheme
was so grciously carried thru in
a variety of colors by the capable
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MR. and MRS. HUDSON
A large number of friends who
taxed the capacity of St. Philips
Episcopal church were present
Sunday morn'ng, Aug. 20th at 10
AM. to witness the beautiful wed
ding ceremony that joined in
holy wedlock Miss Charlotte Aug
usta Hicks, daughter of the late
Augusta A. Hicks and Mrs. Hicks
to Mr. Ot:s Armand Hudson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. O. Hudson of
Los Angeles, Calif.
Tall vases of white gladiolus,
and ferns adorned the beautiful !
white altar and the chancel was
banked with palms. Proceeding
the ceremony Mrs. Cecilia Wilson
Jewell sang “I love you truly,”
then to the strains of Mendelsson’s
Wedding March, the bridal party
entered the church.
M'ss Mary Ellen Dickerson ap
peared first, charming in a beau
tiful creation of lime lace made
with a tight bodice, short puffed
sleeves and a full skirt. She wore
a gold sequin trimmed Juliet cap
from which formed a lime green
finger tip veil and earned an arm
boquet of pink gladiolus.
Miss Lorraine Lewis came next
stately and smart in a gorgeous
ash rose satin, gown, made on
simple lines, self trimmed, with a
full skirt. She wore an ash rose
flower toque and earned a boquet
of yellow and blue gladiolus.
Miss Ethel Davis followed, sweet
and girlish in a lovely gown of.
peach net, shirred at the waist
with tiiny puffed sleeves’ "and a
very full long skirt. She carried
an armful of peach gladiolus and
wore a small blue hat.
Little Millicent Wheeler, the
flower girl proceeded the bride
scattering rose buds as she went.
She was a picture in a blue chif
fon frock with bonnet to match.
The lovely bride entered last
upon the arm of Mr. George W.
Watson who gave her in marriage.
She was beautiful in a gorgeous
gown of white satin made on prin
cess lines, inset with wide bands
of lace. It had long sleeves and
a Marie Antonette collar. She
wore a veil of misty white net
edged with lace which fell from
a coronet to the end of her long
train gown. She wore white gloves
and carried of boquet of white
The groom met the bride at the
chancel and proceeded to the altar
where the Rev. Dr. G. A. Stains,
Rector of St. Philip’s Church read
trie impressive r^p scupui tivuuiuk i
The happy party left the church
to the strains of Lohengrin’s Bri
dal March, played by Miss Edrose
Willis. Mr. Janies Hudson atten
ded his brother as best man and
the other groomsmen were Messers
Gaitha Pegg and Leroy Wright. A
Wedding Breakfast for the bridal
party followed served at the home
of the bride’s mother.
In the evening from 7 until 10
PM. Mrs. Augustus Hicks mother
of the bride received several hun
dred guests at the her home 2716
Miami St., in honor of the newly
weds. In the receiving line were
tho br’do and groom, members of
the bridal party, Mrs. 0. Hudson,
mother of the groom beautifully
gowned in chartreuse lace and
Mrs. A. Hicks mother of the bride
in lovely black lace.
The dining table covered with
an imported lace cloth had a gor
geous centerpiece of white gladi
olus asters and ferns. At one end
stood a three tiered wedding cake
topped by a miniature bride and
groom. Mrs. E. R. West lovely in
an evening gown of black satin
with a white chiffon waist and
scarlet sash, had charge of the
Assisting also throughout the
rooms were Mrs. John Albert Wil
liams in pink net and lace, Mrs.
Leslie Shepman in black embroid
ered net, Mrs. Isaac Bailey in yel
low printed chiffon, Mrs. James
G. Jewell in black crepe with a
bodice of black crystal trimmed
chiffon over flesh, Mrs. George
Watson in dotted organdy, Mrs.
Jasper Brown in powder blue lace
and Mrs. J. S. La Cour in black
net with jet trimming.
The bridal gifts were many and
beautiful. Among the out of town
guests were Mr. Roscoe Mason of
Pasadena, Calif., who motored here
especially to attend the wedding.
Spring Chicken Cheaper
than Meats 20c lb.
OPEN SUNDAYS AND EACH
10 P. M. WE. 6089
We Give Green Trading Stamps
Mrs. Dana Murphy. The center
piece of the dining table was a
georgeous electrical receptacle,
embeded in pastel gladioli, asters
and snap dragons, sprayed by a
Service, grand, consisting of
lime sherbert, dipped from a lemon
colored block of ice, into pastel
marangues, assorted candy wafers
cashew nuts and coffee.
The artistically arranged bed
room was a mass of beautiful
The bride’s attendants were:
Mesdames: Dana Murphy: John
Adams; Thomas Wilson, Paul Bar.
nett; Carrie Jewell; Weldon Solo
mon; Ait MeCaw; Wm. Davis;
Wm. Triplet J. S. Williams; W:
L. Myers; and Minnie Taylor.
The Madam Myers, Taylor and
Williams alternatively poured and
dipped. Mrs. Ray Williams pre
sented each of her attendants with
a white Gardenia.
The guest commended Mrs.
Benj, Whiteside very highly for
having spent a delightful evening.
Mrs. Aurelia Hamilton returned
home Saturday August 13 after
a delightful two weeks visit as
house guest of Mrs. R. C. Knight.
She enjoyed the Sunday School
picnic at Elmwood Park as guest
of Mrs. Knight. She was also a
dinner guest of Mrs. Fred Battles,
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
N. D. Knight also dinner guest
of Mrs. Cleo Bruce and she enjoy,
-ed a f’shing trip with Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Thomas. She was taken
on a tour of the Packing plant by
Mrs. Neuton. Mrs. Hamilton is a
teacher in the Public School of
Perry Okla. She was included with
the other out of town guest, Mrs.
Mrs. H. J. Ei-win and son master
Roland Erwin, wife and son of
Dr. Herbert J. Erwin Sr., returned
to their home in Gastonia, North
Carolina after a weeks vacation
with the Lewises of the Lewis
Mortuary. An eventful swirl of
social events preceeded. Sunday
morning a breakfast by hostess.
The guest were: Mrs. Bertha Bell
Mrs. Jones, Mr and Mrs. William
Ray, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Wig
gins, Mrs Rose La Cour,. Rev and
Mrs. William Camper, Dr. and
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Tuesday evening, Dr. and Mrs.
Herbert Wiggins were host and
hostess to a Theatre Party.
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Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Ber
tha Bell was hostess to a luncheon
at Brandeis and sightseeing tour
to Joslyn Memorial.
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The following Tuesday Miss
Charlene Lewis and co:hostess
Mrs. J. D. Lewis honored their
house guest with a drive to Blair
Bridge and Missouri Valley, stop
ping at the Matthews Farm on
returning to Omaha. A delightful
repast was served by the hostess.
The guest: Madames Vassie Har
old, Florence Terrell, Rubie Reese
and Miss Ray of Des Moines, la.
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The following week Tuesday,
Mrs. J. D. Lewis and co:hostesses
Madames Rose I>a Cour and Ruth
Wheeler sponsored a motor trip
to Lincoln. A tasty repast was
served by the co: hostesses at An
telope Park after which a visit
was made to the State Capital.
Other members of the party were
Madames Helen Mahamitt, Viola
Lennox, Lois Goode and Olive
McCoy of Chicago, 111.
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Friday morning, Mrs. T. P. Ma
hamitt and Mrs. G. B. Lennox
were hostess at a Progressive
Breakfast honoring Mrs. Daisy
Ei-win and Mrs. dice McCoy. The
guest met at the Mahamitt home
at 11 AM. Appetizers and Fruit
Coocktails w-ere served after which
the guest were seated in the spa
cious dining room where a beauti
ful and colorful services were ar
ranged. The group proceeded to
the Lennox home where the re
mainder of the delicious breakfast
was served after which Dr. Len
nox took moving pictures of the
group with moving pictures shown
in the home of the Golden Spike
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Friday evening the Medical Aux
iliary honored Mrs. H. J. Erwin,
her host and hostess. Mortician
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STYLED AS DESIRED
Althouse Beauty School
2422 North 22nd Street
and Mrs J. D. Lewis and daughters
Charlene and Lorene with a dinner
party at Elmwood Park. Those
present were Dr. and Mrs. Terrel,
Dr. and Mrs. Northcross, Dr. and
and Mrs. Lennox, Dr. and Mrs,
Wiggins, Dr. and Mrs. Morris, Dr.
and Mrs. Gooden, Dr. and Mrs.
Peebles, Dr. and Mrs. Solomon,
Dr. and Mrs. Johnson, Dr. and
Mrs. Madison, Dr. and Mrs. Wes
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Mortician and Mrs. J. D. Lewis
and co:hostess Charlene Lewis en
tertained with an At Home for
their house guest Sunday. Two
hundred guest called from 7 PM.
to 10 PM.
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M’ss Neola McDaniels and Mrs.
Corrine McDaniels returned Sun
day from Emporia, Kansas where
they went last week to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Roy McDaniels
sister of Miss Nelo McDaniels.
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—Always a place to park—
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