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SOCIAL NEWS I
THREE GREEKS HOLD GREAT
EST CONCLAVE IN YEARS AT
Alphas. A. K. A.s and Kappas
(BY BILLY DAVIS)
Kansas City, Missouri was one
of the greatest scenes in years
from Dec. 27 to 31, where out
standing college men and women
gathered from all over the nation
to hold their annual conclave with
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their motto being: Cooperation.
All of these sessions and dances
were held at the beautiful muni
cipal auditorium which ig one of
the prettiest in the country.
All three leaders of the three
fraternities are from Washington,
D. C. Dr. Dorothy Boulding t'er
ebae, who is Basileus of the AKAt
Atty. Jimmy Scott, Grand Pole
march of the Kappas, and Dr
Wesley who is in the History de
partment of Howard University,
and is President of the Alphas.
The AKA motto is “Health”—
The Kappas “Building” and the
Alphas “Balloting and Democra
cy". Each one of these mottoes
were spoken on by the head of
each of the fraternities, at the
public meeting Sunday, Dec. 29,
at the auditorium, which was at
tended by over two thousand.
The stage was beautifully dec
orated with a lighted pen of the
thr“e fratemitieta, with a pretty
bssket of flowers, each the colors
of the fraternities in front of the
Open houses were held all over
the city, for the visitors.
Kansas City is to be commended
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The AKA. will meet in Phila
delphia next year, and the Alphas
in Louisville, Ky. The Kappae
are still undecided.
About twenty-five Omahans at
tended the Convention- They are:
as follows: Dr. and Mrs. Weldon
Salomon( Mr. and Mrs. Bennie
Brown, Mr. and Mrs- Wm (Bill)
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Sabert Han
ger, Mr. and Mrs. S* Edward Gil
bert, Editor of The Omaha Star,
Misses Florence Myers and Jos
ephine Bell, Messrs. Orville Jon
es, who was elected Vice Junior
Polemarch, Dillard Crawford, Jim
my Jewell, Jess Hutten, Lonnis
Thomas of Lincoln, Hiram Pitt
man, Harold Biddieux, Dr. Milton
Johnson, Senator John Adam.s( Tr.
John Williams and others. This
convention will long be in the
minds of those who attended. It
was one of the greatest of all
YWCA. HOLDS ANNUAL
A delightful evening was spent
by all who attended the Annual
YWCA, meeting, Wednesday eve.,
January 8th at the Northside YW
CA., 22nd and Grant streets. The
following program was rendered
1. Invocation by Mrs. John Al
3. Business Meeting.
Mrs. Alton Goode, Chairman of
Committee of Management pres
iding- 1. Minutes of 1940 Annu
al Meting. 2. Highlights of the
Year, (at Branch Executive (b)
Girl Reserve Secretary. 3J, El
ection Returns. Mrs. Dorothea
Turni r, Mlember of the Nominat
ing Committee. 4. Announce
5 Skit "The New Secretary”,
Revitalized and partly original.
The skit was directed by Mrs.
Gladys Ervin- The cast selected
from members of the Committee
of management and the member
ship were: Mrs. Isabel Fields ns
Miss Isabel Lawson; Miss Lena
Paul, as Miss Frances Williams;
Mrs. Roberta McCloud as Miss
Marian Cuthbert; Mrs. Altha Vann
as "Jimmy Crciket”; Mm. Bern.
iece Marshall as The Secretary;
Mrs. Christyne Blueford as The
Fairy: Mrs- Gladys Ervin as The
Reader; Mrs- D. W. Gooden as
6. Closing Worship.
Following the candlelight serv
ices at which all members lighted
their candles at the light of good
fellowship, a reception immediate
ly followed at v»hich a repast W38
ILL WITH COLDS—
Mr. and Mrs- Theodore Thomas
of 2713 Wirt street, are confined
at home -—ill with bad colds.
IN KANSAS |
Mrs. L. A. Story, wife of the
Pastor of Cleaves Temple Church,
is in Kansas City, Kansas, visiting
friends and recuperating from a
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS. MO.
Reverend and Mrs. G. D. Han
cock spent the holidays visiting
friends and relatives in Excelsior
Mire. B. E. Jones> wife of the
pastor of Bethel AME- Church, is
in Arkansas City, Kansas visiting
Mrg .Nellie McGoy, 2863 Miami
Street( is confined to her homo by
an attack of influenza
Marjorie Bolden Ware announc
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Registration begins the week of
January 6th. First lesson, Wed
i t hday, January 22 from 7-8 p, in.
at the YWCA.
For enrollment please call Mis.
Ware, AT. 7473
Mr. William King, son of Mrs.
Walter Seals, 2808 Hinney Street,
returned home recently after
spending 5 years in Los Angeles,
Girls between the ages of 5-14,
are now being registered for be
ginners classes in ballet dancing.
If you have a girl in this age
group, you would do well to con
sider the advantages that are hers
through a course of this kind. Les
sons are only 25c. First class
will be Sat., Feb. 1st at 2 p. m. at
the YWCA. For information or
enrollment, please cell Mrs. Ware
Mr and Mrs. Joe Fountain ar
rived in Omaha on December 21,
1940 to make their home here.
They have been residing in Los
Angeles, California for the past
year. Mrs. Fountain will ba» re
membered as Miss Evelyn Luckev
The couple will make their home
with Mrs. Fountain’s mother, Mrs
W. V Johnson, 616 North 46tii St.
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. Olive Richardson and dau
ghter take this means of express
ing their thanks and deep appre
ciation to the relatives and friends
a1 d Ruth Chapter No. 9 OES Oin
ana who so kindly expressed their
sympathy with flowers, telegrams
and letters at the passing of then
son and brother, Raymond.
Greatly appreciated also were
the letters and cards of encourag
ement written during his illness
caused by a hit and run traffic
accident in Los Angeles, fivp
FIRE AT PARSONAGE
A fire which broke out on the
second floor of the Cleaves Temple
parsonage at 1913 North 25th St.,
(burnt a hole in the roof and did
damage estimated at about $75.
Reverend E. H. McDonald, for
merly of Omaha, spent a few days
in Omaha last week- He is now
the Dean of the Baptist Theolog
ical Seminary in Nashville, T‘'nn.
The Dum«s Club will give a
Formal Party at the Dreamland
Hall, on Friday night, January 10,
Mrs. Fannie Ridgeway, teacher
at Lincoln University, Jefferson
City, Missouri, spent the New
Year’s holidays in the city as the
guest at the Buford home, 1804
North 30th Street.
LEAVE FOR HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Cal liman, of Ci
ncinnati, Ohio, who have been the
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.
V. Gordon, left for their home
Saturday. While here they were
extended many social courteseL.
SPENDS THE HOLIDAYS
Miss Hadee Gordon, teacher in
the public schools in St. Louis, Mo.
spent the holidays at the home of
her brother, Mr. D. V- Gordon,
3212 Corby Street.
Misses Ottilia, and Lois Gordon
attended the festivities in Kansas
City, Missouri during the holidays.
They were the house guests of
Mr and Mrs. Daherty, Kansas
City, Mo., while there.
MET WITH SORORITY
Mrs. Robbie Turner Davis, Mrs
lone Hanger, Mrs .Ruth Solomon
and Miss Florence Myers were
AKA. girls who met with their
sorority at Kansas City, Mo., dur
ing the Christmas holidays.
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ATTENDS FRAT MEET
Mr. Saybert Hanger, Alpha, at
tended his fraternity meeting in
Kansas City, Missouri, during the
Rev. and Mrs- T. A. Sears, the
Pastor of Saint John’s AMR.
Church and his wifet spent the hoi
idays in Lousiana.
Mr. Guy Smith, 2632 Patrick
avenue, is confined to his home by
ILL AT HOME
Mr. W. W. Simms, 2724 Maple
Street, is confined to his home by
The Medical, Dental and Phar
maceutical Auxiliary assisted the
Nebraska Tuberculosis Association
in their 34th annual Christmas
Seal sale. The members of this
auxiliary sold $21.50 worth of the
MODERN ART CLUB
The Modern Art Club had its
weekly meeting Monday night, at
the home of Mrs. C. Nicholson,
2865 Corby Street with 8 mem
bers attending- A delightful re
past was served to the members
by the hostess. Mrs. Alyce Nich
ilson. The next meeting of the
Club will be on Monday, January
13 with Mrs. H- L. Preston, 2735
The Sacrifice Club of Bethel A.
M. E- Church, gave the first of
the monthly luncheons which they
ire sponsoring on Tuesday after
noon, January 7, 1941, at the homo
of Mrs. E. G. Scott, 2633 Decatur
St. Each member of the club is
requested to bring one gulest to
these luncheons. Mrs. E. G. Scott
and Mrs- Hickman were hostesses
at the luncheon.
Mr- Harry Lewis who has been
ill at home for the past few days,
is now improving.
The Nebraska Tuberculosis As
sociation takes this opportunity to
thank the Omaha Guide for -he
fine assistance given the thirty
fourth annual Christmas Seal aale
Without good friends> we could
not carry on the important work
of fighting tuberculosis in Nebr
Nebr. Tuberculosis Ass’n.
FRESH FROM THE COAST;
ALSO FRESH FROM THE
What? Those larget real fresh
oysters that made the hit of the
season at Mount Moriah Baptist*
Church, 24th and Ohio Street, by
popular demand will be repeated
on Thursday, January 23, 1941,
from 6 p. m. to 10 p. m. Oysterts
With that real oyster flavor which
you don’t usually get in the mid
section so far from the oyster
beds, by the Willing Workers club
of Mount Moriah Church, who
through some kind of maneuver
ing have succeeded in opening the
Oregon oyster beds so they can
get realt fresh oysters just out of
the oyster beds 6 days when they
are served to you. So join the
march and head for Mount Moriah
Baptist Church, Thursday, January
23, with your family and enjoy a
fine, fresh oyster feast with the
Willing Workers Club
Sister S. White, President, J. C.
White, Chairman of Committee on
Arrangements. For reservations
call WE. 6674.
GIRLS ON THE STREET
Why is Sammy Taylor interest
ed in a certain girl on 30th and
Odessa Ware says Jessie Mc
Clinton is sweet. What do you
Jerk (Roscoe Mitchell) did you
win the bet? Concerning a cer
tain little brown skinned girl.
If I were Edith Costrpll, I
wouldn’t play the dozens anymore.
Robert Jones seems to be a Ro
meo between Marion and Katie
George Watts is going to college
I hear. Good luck to you George.
Perry Harria is gone now Clar
ice Washington. What are you
going to do?
Lola Willis you can t get your
lesson for talking about Mac Fran
Why is Robert Jones so jealous
of Marion Watson. Think you
can’t keep hart. '
iseu iuoore is gone to camp now
girls. Don’t weep too much.
Girls on the street saw Herman
Christmas and he sure looked
I hear the younger set are
knocking themselves out at the
’'"om is seen out to the
Omaha U Basketball games flirt
ing with the little girls. Look out
*«osella McGill seems to be in
' -—"*«H in the name Willard.,
Wright and Morgan.
.1 u' giishman (Joe Crosby’
really makes a hit with the basket
“IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL”
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Ladies and Children's Work
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Herman Vemell seen recently
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Signing off the girls on the
Street Will gee you at the U Bas
ketball games Saturday.
This Week In Religion
BY ROBT. L. MOODY .
The Common Defense—
Our National Congress and
State Legislatures have opened
sessions. The issues to be dis
cussed and settled are of the
greatest importance in our hist
Someone has properly said that
“The four binding forces in 'he
world are: A common work, A
common hope, Deliverance from
A common peril and Loyalty to a
To realize the truth of the above
statement and to help to fulfill its
message is our individual respon
sibility for National defense. We
believe democracy is the best sys
tem of government- It is being
attacked by a common peril. Our
hope is for its survival, so our
common work is to promote it and
remain loyal to its principles.
Those who do not perform mili
tary or industrial service can help
democracy by understanding its
aims and advantages. We can ex
plain these aims and advantage^
to others and cause them to feel
to know and to be willing to de
fend freedom and our inalienable
rights which We receive only in a
Continued from page 3
T. R.—Does this man I am go
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I’ve been going with him for one
Ans: He likes you an awful
lot—tout my dear I am afraid that
you do not care for him. You are
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