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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1941)
Literary Art and Craft Club
Sponsors Book Review
Mrs. S. B. Northcross dramat
ically described memorable
scenes of the motion picture One
Foot in Heaven after Mrs. Alyce
Wilson gave highlights of Hartz
ell Spence’s biography of his fa
ther for members and their guests
of the Woodson Art and Craft
Musical selections by the Wood
son Center Chorus as well as solos
by Maxine Alston and Charle ie
Brown added to the enjoyment of
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The Woodson Art and Craft
Club is composed of out of school
girls. Their interest is the stim
ulation of appreciaion of fine arts.
Offcers are as follows: president,
Ahnie Franklin; vice president,
Mary Stewart; recording secret
ary, Alta Lee Nelson; correspond
ing secretary, Opal Parker; treas
I urer, Jessie Franklin. Committee
| chairman for the Book Review and
! tea which followed included Mab
el Martin, chairman of the pro
gram committee; Lucille Stewart,
chairman of the social committee
and Charlene Brown, chairman of
decorations committee. The
memljership roster includes in ad
dition to those mentioned, Evelyn
Alston, Virginia Cole, Emma Cur
tis, Betty Mitchell and Lula Mar
This is the second event that
this group has sponsored recently
in an effort to carry out their pur
pose. The first was a Poster Bee
at which students and grown-ups
with art talent met to prepare
posters advertising reading mater
ial on hand at the Center.
Young Men’s Improvement
The Young Men’s Improvement
Club spent their club time in the
construction of bQok shelves for
Woodson Center under the direc
tion of Mr. Milton Wilson.
High School Boys
Flms of the Stanford-Nebraska
Rose Bowl game, Swimming and
diving feats and NYA activities
on a Negro University campus
proved an enjoyable evening’s en
tertainment of the High School
Boys’ Club. Members of the
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Young Men’s Improvement Club
were their guests at this meeting.
Archie Arvin is acting President,
Clarence Rose secretary and Cap
pel Curtis Program Chairman.
..The Debonnaires are busy with
needle, thread, patterns and mat
erials as they make stuffed toys
to add to Christmas joy for less
fortunate children. Flash-snaps
were made by Elmer Collins at
their last club meeting for the
Committee Chairman appointed
by the President, Elizabeth Ed
monds, at their last meeting were
Gracious Wiggins, chairman of the
program Committee; and Annie
Wade, chairman of the Social
Committee. Other officers in
cude Joyce Mitchell, vice presid
ent; Kathleen Alston, secretary;'
Lorraine Stewart, assistant crc
retary; Azalia Williams, treasur
Mrs. Vera Thomas of 2436 Fran
klin St., has gone to Deloid, Wi3.,
to be gone for an indefinite time.
Mr. Wendell Thomas of the>
Thomas Funeral Home and his
little daughter Shirley, spent
Thanksgiving in Lincoln with Mr. j
Thomas’ mother. They also vis
ited other relatives.
Mr. J. M. Wilson of 2631 Park
er who has been very sick is
slightly improved. He lives with
his daughter Mrs. J. C. Crouder
of the same address. He is the
father-in-law of Rev. J. C. Croud
er a prominent minister of this
Mr. Kail Gillkie of 2121 North
28th St., is on the sick list.
The NBCL. Local No. 101
The National Beauty Culturi3t
League Local No. 101 will hold its
regular meeting December 10th at
2507 North 24th St., at 8:00 p. ta.
All members are asked to be pre
sent .... business of importance.
The date of the tea and Hair
Style Revue is December 14th at
the Northside YWCA, so don t
miss this trea(t sponsored by the
Mrs. Hattie Moore, President;
Miss Flossie Moore, Secretary;
Miss Louise Cooper, Reporter.
Mrs. Harry Leland of 2824 N.
26th St., is some better. She has
been very sick.
Mrs. Arthur Bly is sick with a
The ladies Auxiliary of Local
465 are giving a chitterling and
fish dinner Saturday, December
13, 1941 at 2825 Seward St.
Mrs. Stevens the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Washington is a vis
itor in the city and will spend
Christmas with her mother.
Mrs. Lucille Hall who has been 1
visiting her mother Mrs. Griff of
2622 Decatur St., has returned
home. She is now living in Los
We were informed that Mrs.
Deleshy of Omaha went to visit
with her son in Topeka, Kansas
and died suddenly. Her two dau
ghters. Mrs. Rose Rouch and Jes
sie Deleshy were called to that
Mrs. Julia Pearl of 2608 Hamil
ton St., who has lived in this city
for years with her daughter Miss
Malinda Warren departed this life
November 27 at ten o’clock a. m.
She is the mother of 20 children.
Survivors are Sheldon Pearl,
Green Pearl and Bishop Pearl of
this city, Jessie Pearl and Mar
land Pearl of Quincy, 111., one dau
ghter in Clarksville, Mo., and Mrs.
Malinda Warren of Omaha, Neb.
23 grandchildren, 15 great grand
children and a host of relatives,
Mrs. Pearl was a faithful Christ
ian woman having been a mem
ber of Pleasant Green Baptist
Church where her funeral will he
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Little old world, good afternoon
This week our revolving spot
held. Rev. Reynolds officiating.
Funeral arangements, J. D. Lewis.
Mrs. Julia Richey of 2436 Fran
klin St., who has been very ill, is
Mr. John May, age 60, of 1011
North 23rd St., Omahan for 10
years, died Monday in a hospital.
Survivors: Daughters, Mrs. Kath
erine Lewis, Galesburg, HI., Miss
Marcella, Springfield, 111., Sister
Mrs. Mabel Brown, Elgin, 111,
brothers, Booker, Kansas City,
Mo., Charles, San Franisco.
Services were held from the St.
Benedict’s Catholic Church, Wed
nesday at 10 a. m. Burial at St.
Mary’s cemetery; rosary, Tuesday
night at 8:15. Thomas Funeral
Home in charge of arrangements.
Church of the Living God
Rev. S. K. Nichols, Pastor
Sunday School .9:30
Morning Service .11:00
Evening Worship . 7:30
Wed. Night Service ..7:30
Sunday throughout the day was
well spent. We had real service
and the spirit ran high. Our pas
tor really preached a soul stirring
sermon, both Sunday morning and
Sunday night. Our Bishop F. C.
Scott of Okla. City, Okla., was
with us Sunday night and he made
the closing remarks. In other
words He preached a sermon and
a soul stirring one. His subject
was “Stay with the Church”. Did
our hearts burn within? Our
Bishop was with us Wed. and
The Pastors subject for Sunday
morning will be “Whoso keepeth
His mouth and his tongue, keep
eth his soul from troubles.” Sun
day night subject will be: “Father
forgive them for they know not
what they do”. So come out and
hear him deliver these sermons.
We were glad to have with us
Mrs. Pearl Young and Mrs. Mayo
visitors are always welcome.
Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
Rev. F. P. Jones, Pastor
F. Burroughs, Retporter
Services throughout the day
were interesting and spirit filled
At the morning worship a beauti
ful silk flag was presented to the
church by the GAR Ladies Aux
iliary in memory of the Mr. July
Miles who was a civil war veter
At the BTU. period Sister Wat
son a returned Missionary from
Africa gave a wonderful Bible
drill and talk.
For the evening worship she a
gain told us more about Africa an
our hearts burned within us as
she talked with us by the way
Next Sunday which is the fi.s
Sunday will be communion day
All members are urged to be pro:-,
ent as this is the last communion
for this year and also the last
communion to be served by our
He will deliver his farewell ser
mon Sunday December 14, 1941.
There will be a “Farewell Test
imony Banquet honoring the Pas
tor and his wife on Tuesday, Dec
ember 16, 1941 at 8:00 p. m. at the
light of huperb personalities falls
on lovely, irresistable Dorothy
Ward. The charming maiden of
sixteen summers possesses a col
oratura soprano voice of except
ional rare quality. In the field of
young artists this is perhaps the
most enchanting soprano voice
I’ve heard in recent years. Her
career is that of a concert artist,
and there is no question in my
mind as to the fact that success
will be her’s real soon. At pres
ent she is the lead soprano on the
Paul Briggs Ensemble. So to you
Dorothy, may you continue to en
joy all the glories that music has
to offer, for fame and fortune is
just in the offering.
J. N. tells me that V. H. is tak
ing music lessons from one of our
very fine teachers, also that V. H.
doesn’t seem to realize her teach
er is endeavoring to teach her to
play the piano not to sing grand
opera because V. H. can’t sing.
She doesn’t know it but I heard
her playing a piece called “Drow
sey Morning”. The way she play
ed it, .. it sounded like a split be
tween “Humersque” by Dvorak
and Fschakpskwis "Piano concerts
in B flat Minor. Come on V. H.
get hep to your piano.... get off
the pedal and get on the down
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who heard the girls were there,
filled the big Auditorium each of
the three nights.
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Hundred of the soldiers threw
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the rhythm section beat out their
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