The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, September 06, 1941, City Edition, Page Eight, Image 8

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Mrs. Bassett, 2801 Ohio died
Monday the 25th at her home. She
is survived by a huhband and four
Mr. Clel] Bates is ill in the Coun
ty HQspital and would like all his
friends to come and visit him. Mr.
Bates is the grandson of Mrs.
Mary Abrams, and has been ill
for some time.
Mrs. Ella Mae Haynes enter
tained at the Y. W. C. A. Monday
afternoon, August 251th, for Mrs.
Dillard Crawford ahd niece. It was
a beauftiful affair. The Y .W. C. A
was beautifully decorated. Covers
was laid fQr sixteen.
The winner of (the portable radio
raffle of St. Benedict, 2423 Grant
St., was WQn by Mrs. George Bry
Mrs. Anna Hamm and family, of
Omaha, have left for an extensive
trip through the South. They will
s'op over at Little Rock, Arkansas.
Mrs. Hamm, Annie, Jessie Mae and
William Henry ^ will visit many
friends and relatives while there.
Mrs Alyce Robbins, a member
of Pilgrim Baptist Church is re
cuperating at her home after a
slow illness. Mrs. Robbins whQ
has been ill for the past month,
has shown a lot of improvement.
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WE. 6055
Mrs. Lola David J. Smith, 2510
Lake, and daughters, Nadine ,Dor
thea and Sylvia left Thursday,
August 21, 1941, for Kansas City.
They are attending their annual
Seven Day Adventislt camp meet
ing. We hope them a mose enjoy
able trip.
The postal Alliance men and wo
men’s club had their Eighth annual
picnic Saturday, August 23. The
picnic was to be held at Elmwood
but the weather was bad and it
was held alt the Masonic Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lightner
and Altha and Warner are leaving
for Kansas City, Thursday for
their annual Seven Day Adventist
Camp meeting. Miss Althea
Lightner will be leaving soon to
continue her teachihg in Okla
homa. Miss Celestine Lightner
another daughter Qf Mrs. Lightner,
will be leaving soon for school in
Regular Mid-West Spiritual
Services held weekly at *2617 Cald
wrell every Wednesday night were
well attended. Rev. Brow-n ad
dressed the group Wednesday
night, Prophet Hesh of Chicago
gave Remarks at 8 P. M. Mother
Buffkins led the Prayer Service
at 9:00 P. M. Rev. Emmett Allen
conducted the Healing Service fol
lowed by silence. Public is invited
and welcome to attend these meet
ings. Come and bding some one
with you, 2617 Caldwell, Mother
“The New Era” board meeting
held it s regular meeting Thurs
day and Friday, August 28 and
29 at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church.
Miss Ruth Furgehon, niece of
Mrs. Martha Taylor was stricken
with appendicitis. Miss Ruth is
now recovering at her home.
St. Benedict Church held a two
day rummage sale, Wednehday and
Thursday, August 27 and 28, at St.
Benedict. There were many nice
Mr. and Mrs. William Harpers
home at 2830 Burdette, caught on
fire, while they wfere at the show
cause is unknown. The garage
caught on fire first.
Mr. Clyde B. Gullat, from Los
Angeles, California, was in our
fair city and his (travels ariund the*
country. Mr. Gullat is employed
in the Dining car waiters service.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Branch of
2866 Binney Street had visiting
her mother Mrs. Emma Levells
and Aunt Mrs. Maggie Watts of
Marianna, Aakansas. They are
here for the wedding gf Mr. Henry
Lebells and Miss Mary Alice
Willis. Their stay will be indef
Mr. and Mrs. Author Bly, of 2856
Binney, has as their house guest,
Mrs. Christine Watts of Los An
geleh, California. Mrs. Christine
Watts is the niece of Mr. Bly. She
spent sir days in the city. While
in the city, Mrs. Seals and Mrs.
Roberts Baily had a breakfast for
her. She reported having a nice,
enjoyable trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jefferhgn of
2864 Benny had house guest, Mrs.
Lena Katter of Pittsberg Penn.
She came here from Denvr en
route home. Mrs. Lena Katiter
is the sister of Mr. J. S. Jeffer
Mrs. C.A. Murrell and daugh
ter, Marjorie Murdell of 2851 Ben
ny Street accompanied by Mr.
Tenola Fort left Saturday to spend
the week end in Kansas City Mo.
Mrs. Murrell was visiting her
sister Mrs. G. B. White. Mr.
Fort was visiting his mother, Mrs.
J. Fort. They motored to Leaven
worth, Kansas. All reported hav
ing a very enjoyable trip.
May Besset, of 2801 Ohio Street?
passed away Monday 25th. The
funeral will be Thurday at St..
John after which her body will be
shipped to Chicago for burreal
Mrs Basset wah the mother af
five girls and one son. Leftto
hurviye Mr. Oscer 'Besset, hus
tfcnd Ml's Florin^ Collio^ay of
Chicago, Mrh. Bejrnjce Reynolds
of Kansof Kansas City, and son
Gecle Johnson of Chicago.
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Miss Ruby Smith of 2736 Par
ker Street is visiting in Chicago.
She ih stopping at her Auflt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs William Smith.
Miss Smith ih enjoying her trip
to the higest lajid she will ba
back before school starts.
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Mr. and Mrs L D. Robinson and
family and motherin law of 2724
Ohio Street willreturn Sunday
Aug 24th from their vacation trip
in Texas. They are touring all
parts of Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Leona Farral will
sponhor a family reusion Picnic
Labor Day at the Carter Lake.
The Picnic is a annual affair and
they will invite many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. William and Geor
gia Smith, brother of Mr. Walter
Smith, visited Mr. E. Smith and
family of 2736 Parker Street.
The Hillside Presbyterian Church
at 30th and Ohio Stleet is present
ing a Biblical Ddama intitled
“The Old Ship of Zion.” it will
be presented August 28th.
Mr. Billie Smith of 2736 Parker
Stredt is in Oakland, California,
boxing. Mr. Billie is the firmer
Eurise Smith and he has planned
to htay in California.
Mr. Eleanod Hale and Mrs. El
verta Smith of North Littlerock,
Ark., is visiting her sister, Mrs. E.
Smith, of 2736 Parker Street.
Miss Louise Young of 2717 Ohio
Street will deturn from Oklahomi.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Manel and
'family of 2715 Ohio Street, will
return Monday. September 1st,
from Topeka, Kansas.
Mrs. Anna Harris has visiting
with her, Mrs. Ernest Walker of
St. Paul, Minn. Mrs. Watker mo
tored to Omaha Saturdy, August
18th. She will leave Saturday,
August 30th. She said that she i3
having a wonderful time. Mrs.
Walker also visited the home of
Mrs. Madock of 2218 No. 22nd St.
Mr. Joseph Strowed, brother of
Mrs. Anna Harrih and Mr. Louis
Strower, married in Washington.
D. C.
Mrs. I. Harvey of 2404 No. 27th
Avenue had guest visiting fdom
Kansas City Mo., Miss Marie Rob
inson. Mish Robinson left Sunday,
Auguht 24th and she reported hav
ing a nice time while in the city.
Ralph Adams and Family visited
the Omaha Guide Plant, and ex
pressed admiration of the Guide
and Staff for the great develop
ment that was apparent. Adamh
felt that the manner in which the
phyhical plant was arranged was
decidedly efficient and systematic.
He remax-ked that each time he re
turned to visit the Guid6 .he no
ticed additional improvements, and
complimented the editorial and
make-up departments for the neat
and attractive appearance of the
paper, as well as thew ell selected
subject matter published.
Lake Minnevaska afforded much
pleasure and relaxation for a
group of Omaha’s jolly citizens.
Fishing, picnicing and other
camping sports furnihhed unlimi
ed entertainment during their stay
in Minnesota.
Thise who enjoyed such wede
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Myers, Mrs.
, Lydia Rogers, Mr. and Mrh Dail
Riddle; Mr and Mrs. George Alt
! house.
Mr. Geodge King of Lawrence
Kansas came to Omaha to have na
operation. While here he stopped
with his sister and m0ther, Mrh.
C. C. Simmons, 1820 N. 27th St.
Mr. King left Thursday the 28th
for his home at Lawrence, Kans.
Mi s. Katie Moode, 2826 Parker
St., died Monday the 25th at her
heme. Mrs. Moore ih survived by
her husband, Mr. MoQre and one
granddaughter and one nephew of
Saint Louis, Mo. Funeral was
held at Myeds Funeral Home,
Thursday, August 28th.
Miss Juanita Smart hah just re
turned from an extensive trip
through Minnesota. Miss Smart
had an enjoyable time fishing and
Mr. Gaines Partridge has left
fgr Hunthville, Alabama, to con
tinue his schooling at Oakwood
Junior College. Mr. Partridge is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Partridge
residing at 2863 Miami. Faines
Is a graduate of Technical High
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Mrs. J. W. Dacus, 2519 Wirt has
left for the National Baptist Cin
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Dacus attended the convention in
Texas. Mrs Dacus will also visit
in Detroit- Mrs. Dacus is very
prominent in religious work and
sicial work.
Mrs. Charles Wright, 2408 N.
25th St. has just returned from an
extensive trip through Missouri.
While there Mrs. Wright stopped
over for a weeks stay in St. LquIs
to visit with her sister and
Mrs. Carl King is ill in a local
hospital. Mrs. is expecting a
blessel event. She is confined.
Corporal Covel Scott from Om
aha now at Fort Leonard Wood,
Missouri, is now on Naneuvers in
Louisianna. Corporal Scott will
be home on leave soon to visit with
friends and relatives.
Mrs. Mary Dobard Kenny is
now convaleSing at her home
after a serious appendicitis oper
Mrs. Milleree Collins, 2414
Caldwell, has left for Pittsburg,
Penn., where she will visit with a
sister she has not seen for a long
Shortly the North Side branch
Qf the Y. W. C. A. will open. It
will open around September 1,
Mrs. Roberta McCloud had an
appendicitis operation. She is
now in a local hospital.
The New Era Board Association
met with Mt. Moriah Baptist
Church Thursday evening, August
28th, 1941. After Devotions, short
reports of the Congress were
feivn by Mr. Henderson of Betherl.
Mr. Howard Swain of Zion, Mr.
Wm. Cooper of Salem and Mr.
Garner of Bethel Baptist. These
short reports were enjoyed by all.
The main program consisted of a,
one hour program conducted by
the College Girls of the University
of Omaha. This program was
conducted by Miss Eva Mae Stew
art and Miss Ora Lee Britt. Miss
Bertha Young played an instru
mental solo and Miss Britt con
ducted a panel on the problems
that are confronting youth. Rem
edies and solutions were suggest
d by all. Miss Bernice Grice dis
cussed the Political Problms, Miss
Thomas th Religious, Miss Stew
art the Economical and Miss Britt
the Social.
Miss Juanita Cole, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cole left Sunday
evening, August 24th, for Deni
son, Texas, where she will visit
her sister, Mrs. Helen Cole Perry.
Mihs Cole will stay two months.
She will be accompanied by her
niece, Miss Helen Perry who is re
: turning home and her liittle ne
^ phew, John Phillips, Junior.
Mr. J. W. Daeus who is employ
| ed in Civil service, position rail
way mail clerk at present at the
Burlingtin postal (terminal was
awarded by the Civil Service in
spection authorities, fifty Gold
seal merit marks for one year of
perfect services. For the past
year Mr. DacUs did not make one
error in his services with the pos
tal department and as results, he
heads the entire force Qf workmen
at this station in his work. He
now stands at th head of the class
for promotion. Will his color bar
him from what he has earned for
this year’s perfect service ? The
Omaha Guide and (this entire com
munity hopes it will not. Mr. Da
cus is rated among his associates
in our city in all of his public ac
tivities in religious, social and pa
ternal organizations in the same
class the government has rated
him he is an outstanding Christian;
gentleman in every respect. We
wish for him the promotion which
he has earned.
Mr. J. J. Greer of Des Moines,
■ Iowa, surprised his brother, Mr.
James C. Greer, 2331 Emmett by
dropping in on him for a few days
visit Saturday, August 30.
Mrs. Ruth McGregor of Des
Moines, also was a visitor in our
city for a few days. Mrs. Mc
Gregor is a popular member of
Shiloh Baptist Church. Mr. J. J.
Greer and Mrs. McGregor were
visitors and accompanied by Mr.
James C. Greer through the Omaha
Guide Plant.
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5302 SO. 30th ST. MA-0741
Mrs. VirginiaWynn. 2626 Sew
ard St., died at her home early Fri
day morning, August 22, 1941, af
ter an illness of five weeks. Mrs.
Wynn has been a resident of Om
aha for many years. She was a
member of Pilgrim Baptist Church
where the funeral services were
held Monday at 2:00 P. M., con
ducted by Rev. F. S. Goodlett as
sisted by Rev. John Thomas. Sur
vivors are husband, W. S- Wynn,
four daughters, Mrs. Clara Robin
son; Oscebli Wright of Minneap
olis; Mrs. Dorothy Cullus, Virginia
Hailing and three sons Lawrence
Wynn, Robert Wynn and Walter
Wynn; eleven grand children, one
brother and one sister,Rev. Roul
hac of Los Angeles, and five nieces
and nephew, one William Roulhac
of the city. List of cousins and
Grand children: Willa M. Jen
kins of Detroit, Mich.; Dorothy
Key, Osceola Key, Phillip Robinson
Jr., Lawrence Wynn Jr., William)
Wynn Jr., Melvin Key, Leroy
Wynn of hhhhhhhhh, Fla., Virginia
Key, Juaniita Wynn, Robert Wynn.
Jr.. Nephews; William Roulhac,
Mary Watts Qf Los Angeles, Mary
Parker, nephew George Long and
Robert Long; daughter-in-laws Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Wynn, Mr. and
Mrs- Lassie Wynn, Mrs. Ella Wynn
J. B. drove Beatrice Wright and
Doris Marten to Topeka ,Kansas,
to visit some old friends. They
had a very good time. Seems as
though Beatrice Wright met an old
flame and didn’t want to leave. J.
B. had to almost tie a chain around
her neck to bring her back.
Mrs. Maria G. Chandler, 2804
No. 25£h Street announces the
marriage of her daughter, Vera
Adrienne to Mr. Luther H. Fos
ter, Jr. of Petersburg, Virginia,
j The ceremony wets quietly sol
emnized in Chicago. .Illinois on
Wednesday, August 27. Mr. and
Mrs. Foster will be at home at1
Tuskegee Institute, Alabama.
The former Miss Chandler, a
member of D(elta Sigma Theta,
sorority, ih a graduate of Cen
tral High School. Fisk and Nebr
aska Universities, ond spent the
past year studing at Minnesota.
Mr. Foster, son of Mr. and Mrs
Luther H. Foster of Peterburg,
Virginia, is a member of Alpha
Phi Alpha fraternity and holds
degrees from Virginia Staite. Har
vard, and Chicago Universities.
He was formerly Budget Officer
at Howard University.
Mr. H. J. Johnson, 2503 1-2 No.
34 St and Mr. Golan Micklyn of
2402 Lake St. spent Saturday eve
ning, Sunday and Monday with
relatives and friends. Both are
reported having a swell time. Both
beisg entertained by the Macklyn
brothers of Chicago. They made
the trip by motoring.
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and cook 8 minutes, stirring con
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continue cooking 2 minutes, stir
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This ring may be stored in'refri
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Cover closely with waxed paper
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