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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1941)
ZETA PROJECT IN ST. LOUIS__
ZETA'S FIRST YEAR-ROUND 4
LOCATED IN ST. LOUIS IS
VISITED BY RICHMOND
Interested Zetas are watching
children enjoy work and play at
the Dickson center in St. Louis
where Xi Zeta chapter of the Zeta
Beta sorority furnishes the budd
ing for the center activities, and
a Xi Zeta, Carolyn Williams, is the
director with four WPA workers
In both pictures above the ar
row is pointing to the visiting
Soror, Miss Naomi L. Lewis, who
made a special trip to the center
as guest of Lou Swarzt noted sol
oist dramatist, who is seen stand
ing to the left of Miss Lewis :n
In the top picture to the right,
of Miss Lewis is the director Car
olyn Williams, and next to her is
Miss Lucille Ogden. Reading left
to right in the lower picture are
Lou Swarz, Misses Lewis (shewn
by the arrow1, Odgen, Williams,
and Dorothy Casey; and to the ex
treme left is Miss Lucille Nelson,
president of the undergraduate
Zeta chapter on the Stowe camp
us of St. Louis, and also secretary
of Gelasius Institute of Speech and
Dramatic Art. Such activities as
are being viewed have been open
five years, but only had its first
public financial drive last month;
and citizens chose a Zeta soror,
Anna B- Thomas, to head the drive
which was a successful ona.
CRITICS PICK “NATIVE SON”
New York (NNS) In a season
lush with Broadway hits, Richard
Wright’s “Native Son” drew sec
ond choice of the drama critics
circle, reviewers for New York
dailies, the anti-Nazi show ‘‘Watch
On the Rhine” by Lillian Heilman
getting the critics’ nod. Burns
Mantle, critic for the New York
Daily News, held out stubbornly
for the much-talked of novel of
the life of Bigger Thomas, a slum
brat who goes wrong. Neverthe
i Thursday, Friday and Saturday
) THE BARGAIN SENSATION OF OMAHA
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less Canada Lee, who plays the
role of Bigger Thomas, was pick
ed by Sydney Whipple of the New
York World Telegram, as having
given one of the outstanding per
formances of the season. Orson
Welles, director of the production,
was so enthused with Lee’s per
formance that he presented him
with a brand new automobile as
HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW
YOUR OWN STATE?
How well do you know Nebraska
—your own home state? Do you
know, for instance, that Nebxaska
has seven beautiful state parks
and twenty-five convenient recre
ation grounds ? Do you kn<'w
that right in Nebraska you can
find many excellent places for bass
i fishing ? There are loads of fine
places for camping—and many in
teresting scenic and historical
spots. Plan to see Nebraska this
year. Take your family on pleas
ant little week-end jaunts—or ar
:ange a regular two week vaca
tior in Nebraska. The new Nebr
aska Tour-O Graph ij your color
ful guide to Nebraska’s points of
interest. Send for your free copy.
Address the Nebraska Advertising
Commission, State House, Lincoln
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•Asasi MOnvmsni 1-1700
(by Myrtle M. Goodlow)
Our foreparents speak to us
In the only language they knew
For their advantages were few—
Yet the blessed saints of old,
In each Spiritual has told
Their unwavering faith in God,
No matter how dark the way
Nor the story road they trod—
They never ceased to sing and
And through eyes of faith could
The joys throughout Eternity
That each bitter tear of sorrow
Would be a jewel tomorrow—
In their golden crown.
When they laid their burdens
They have long since reached
And for each beloved soul—
Who left such treasures here
May we their songs revere.
Cherish each and every word
Whenever they are heard.
This Week In Religion
BY ROBT. L. MOODY .
There is a new movement which
has for its aim: Aid For Worthy
The idea is to “patriate” worthy
aliens who are hindered by pre
judice and war hysteria. This
movement plans to (1) Conduct a
to convince the general public;
(2) to make efforts to influence
employers to hire qualified aliens
(3' To put pressure on labor un
ions to cease discrimination a
The purpose of such campaign
is to prevent many loyal aliens
from becoming embittered groups
of resentful people. We wonder
if the promoters of this campaign
realize that there are between ten
and thirteen million native born
American-Negroes, who need their
patriotic support? This is the
largest minority group in this
country and to have it become em
bittered and resentful because of
discrimination would be destruct
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THE ROMAN COMPANY
141 West 125th St.. Hept. OG.,
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GIRLS ON THE 8
It is not surprising to see the
drugstore on Grant street empty
now, because the gates and gaters
have found other places to shall
we say waste their time or dine.
Namely, the New People’s (I
The DEBS are what they call
themselves. Yes! It consists of a
group around here that goes by
that name. We wonder if they
really know the meaning of deb
Now For The Weekly Gossip—
-Amelia Jackson seems to be
so overjoyed, could it be that Law
rence Brown of Minnesota is com
She was seen in South Omaha.
I am talking about none other
than Joyce Hall. I reckon that
Jack Smith was her excuse for be
ing over there. What’s the mat
ter with North Omaha Joyce?
Gene Harrison seems to be very
interested in Doris P. What a*
bout this Florence and Kenneth?
Are you going to let romance bud
J. B. and E. W. are exchanging
slaps with each other. I presume
that they are love slaps.
A no built disromantic unhep
Chick by the name of V. T. can’t
find a boy friend. Could it b«
that she’s ran out or is P. T. will
ing to stage a comeback. (Eye
For Men Only—What do you
think of the females wearing these
white turbans. Don’t you think
that they are very becoming to
some? And also very attractive
Dorothy Ward is getting her kix
with a CCC- Cat. What;’s his
name Dot? Could it be Buddy?
R. J. ring occupies the 3rd fin-1
ger on the left hand of M. W.—
(Truth or Consequence?)
As usual everyone was talking
about how fine the Quack’s style
show was and the pleasant and
enjoyable evening they spent at
Wasn’t told to me I only heara
that E. L. enjoys dandyline sand
whiches with cold biscuits for
lunch every day. (Eye witness,
E. C. and E. F. seems to be
picking up weight since the school
has been providing free lunches
for the unfortunate. (Eye witness
ive to national unity. Please re
member the native born American
who are discriminated against as
well as the loyal aliens.
1822 North 24th St.
► —WE. 1607—
i This Coupon is worth ,
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Anyone bringing in!
this coupon and pur-'
chases One or more1
dollars worth of mer-.
chandise, can deduct!
from the bill.
Mack F. seems to be the best
man in Lola U ’s heart. I won’t
ray—What do you say Lola?
Ernest S. seems to be cutting in
on U. Avant’s girl friend. C. S.
said that she wasn’t going to de
pi r.d on Ernest because his jive
Calhoun, it didn’t seem to me
from what I seen the other night,
that you abide by the 10 command
ments, I don’t mean the command
ments of love neither.
SWEATER REPLACES VEST
For those who do not like the
ordinary matching vest, sleeveless
slipover sweaters till the bill.
Sweaters worn with tweed, flonnsl,
cheviot etc. should be of a subdued
color—either b’rnding with cr
matching suit, or perhaps teamed
up with tie.
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8 One Remington Typewriter
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Kathryn Taylor corresponds
with a certain laddie in college.
Ask her for more information
Is it true that mayor Allen is
tht first man in Charlotte’s heart?
It doesn’t seem like it does it
C. S. was seen driving a V S at
the musical Sunday. Boy! was it
a beauty. Then later we had to
cool that jive, because he was
driving a model A or T Ford.
M- H. B. talks to himself, loud
enough for other people to hear,
but he doesn’t realize it from
what we heard, he seems to be
Real Shoe Man—
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