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AKA s will Present Helen Pierson, Violinist
The Alpha Kappa Sorority will
present Miss Helen Pierson, Viol
inist a pupil of Waldemar Geltch
of the faculty of the University of
Kansas School of Music at St. Johns
Church, 22nd and Willis avenue, or
Friday evening, April 13, at 8:15*
As guest soloist with the Univers
ity of Kansas Symphony Orchestra.
• We would Appreciate it, if You would Call
WROTHWELL’S FLORIST, for YOUR
EASTER FLOWERS-JA 0484.
13=0 AND CUT FLOWERS of All Kinds.
Place Your Easter Order for Your Sweetheart’s
24th at Ohio Street
(3rd door South of Post-office)
1 Miss Pierson's rendition of h aus
Fantasy by AVieniawski was played
with such beauty and vigor that
she was rewarded by three curtain
This winsome young lady was the
first Negro to be elected to the Mu
Phi Epsilon, National Music Honor
Sorority for Women and to the Mor
tar Board, National Honor Society
for Women. She has appeared as
guest soloist at the National Mus
Miss Pierson is a member of Al
pha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
She will be accompanied by Miss
Yolanda Meek, an artist in her own
right, who will render a group of
The Omaha Guide wishes to ex
tend their greatest sympathy to the
bereaved family of Mr. Nathaniel
Jones, brother of Mr. Thomas Jon
es of 2866 Grant Street, who pass
ed Sunday evening, .at 6:0'j. M j'
Jones has been ill for the past year
ABLE TO BE ABOUT
Mrs. Martha Lawson of 2214 N.
29th St., who has been ill is up and
able to be about.
Mrs. Lillie Stewart of 3217 Emm
ett, has been ill, suffering from a
fractured rib. We, the Omaha
Guide and staff, wish her a speedy
Little Alma Jones of 2916 Ersk
ine St., who has been sick for some
time, is up and able to play again.
Alma suffered a hard fall which af
fected her arm and body.
IMPROVED “ONE HOUSE STORE”
Come “In and look at the new
improvement of the ne Horse stor*
at 2851 GrantSt. We now have a
IN LOCAL HOSPITAL
Mr. Gordon of 2413 North 29th
street is ill in a local hospital. The
Omaha Guide and staff wish him a
The Omaha Guide congratulates
Miss Louise Newland of 2908 Fran
klin St^ who is the bride of Mr.
Brown of Los Angeles, Ca. We
wish you all the happiness in the
world. Mrs. Brown is the sister of
Miss Doris Newland who formerly
was an employee here and now is a
student of the Bennett Uni., in N.
Mrs. Ella Golden of 3002Grant
St., is ill in a local hospital. We
wish her a speedy recovery.
STATIONED AT HAMPTON
SIC Arthur W. Reynolds of 2864
Grant St., who was formerly sta
tioned at Great Lakes> 111., is n< w
stationed at a Virginia base> where
he attends the Hampton Institute
Naval Training School.
| LOTS BETTER
Mrs. F. Washington ot 2805 O
hio street, has been ill with the
flu and doing lots better now.
| RI ACK STYLE SHOW COMING
Watch your paper. The Ogiaha
Guide, for the big announcement of
The Quack's Style Show which will
be given sometime soon.
Mrs. Gilkie of 2121 North 28th ave
is ill in a local hospital. Her con
dition as we go to press is report
ed, better. She hopes to be home
At Safeway you'll
find all the foods
you need for Easter
dining . . . tops in ■"
quality, low in cost.
This week end. Eggs will be in full
style. Be sure to have plenty to
decorate your table and to serve
in a variety of clever ways.
COffee ‘Vd0eepHfla:vorne . . ^ 24C
Coffee AiTbay Bag 20c 8£b 57c
Pancake Flour victor 3 Bag 16c
Syrup mw™et:. ^ 32c
Grape-Nuts 12P?gz; 13c
Okay Flakes v™ . r£g°z-6c
Nabisco 100% Bran Pirgb; 17c
Clapp’s Cereals fobraby 2 f& 25c
Butter fsg S: Lb 47c £
Edwards; luxury blend
1-Lb. Jar 28c .
Grapefruit Juice S.46^ 29c &
Grape Juice C. and E. Btl. 33c Pta.
Tomato Juice SS 48S 23c P"
Tomato Juice 10c P2,”
Prunes pi,p:f,Sra .N°c“18c«"
Sundown ... Can I5c P2t°,
Green Beans cut; standard Can I I C Pts.
PfiaC Rayway; extra No. 2 IQ- 20
I Cdo standard, sweet.Can IOG Pts.
Country Home; white, No. 2 I A- 20
UJill cream-style . Can I fcG pts.
Tail? Cudahy’s; 12-Oz. QQ- 5
I all ag lunch meat . Can WfcG Pts.
Potted Meat Libby. 3VS Gc A
Vienna Sausages Ubb,4 °£, I Ic A
I smmy aufatiy produce
* Safeway fruits and vegetables are rushed from farm to store
. . . that s why we can guarantee their flavor and goodness.
New Cabbage SoUdi wen-trimmed.... Lb. dc
Pascal Celery trom Cali£ornia Lb 12c
Pplpry from Florida;
VCICIJ crisp, well-bleached stalks..Lb. Ivw
Carrots from California; tops removed . Lb
Cauliflower “ ,Tety:.....Lb19c
RadlSheS Garden-fresh, round, red. . .Lb 10c
Navel Oranges from California .Lb 10c
ftponofrilit Texas; Marsh Seedless; A
urapeiruii white “meated”.Lb. OC
Ann|AP Washington; Yellow Newtown; A AC*
AppieS fancy grade . . . . . ... L Lbs ZOO
Easter Breakfast Ideas
Let’s give a lift to Easter breakfast
with a menu that’s different. This
simple, easy-to-make meal will put
sparkle in the eyes of all the family.
Frozen Fruit Juice
(Combine your favorite fruit
juices or leftover fruit syrups.
Freeze to a mushy consistency.)
Egg & Sausage Scramble
(Between 2 hotcakes place a layer
of *Egg & Sausage Scramble.)
Heated syrup with butter or mar
Minted Grapefruit Compote
(Add crushed mint candies or
mint flavoring to chilled grape
fruit sections. Garnish with berries
or fresh mint.)
(Sugar cookies cut into shape of
bunny. Frost with pink and white
EGG AND SAUSAGE SCRAMBLE
Eggs scrambled with pork sausage
/2 pound bulk 6 eggs
3 cups finely 6 tbsps. milk
Fry sausage in hot frying pan; pour
off half the fat; add bread cubes; fry
with sausage until well browned;
add eggs and milk beaten together.
Cook slowly, stirring with a fork
until eggs are firm but still soft.
Serves 4 to 6.
Note; Finely diced bacon or ham
may be substituted for the sausage.
JULIA LEE WRIGHT, Director
Libby’s Sliced Beets.NSaSI2c
Kraut Juice Er.„a..“S 9c
Rancho brand . Can 7c
Argo Cornstarch.2 15c
Food Coloring SK".‘S 23c
Westag Flavoring vanilla .... .,*a toe
Ivory Soap 99 44/100 pure. Medium Cake 0C
Swail SOdp Pure, gentle. Medium Cake 6C
Cleanser Lighthouse.2 9c
WE EXTEND OIK SYMPATHY
We extend our sympathy to Miss
Nolene Whiteside, formerly from
Wichita> Kansas, In the loss of her
A boi ncinb baby girl
A bouncing baby girl has been
born to the Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Me
Clarty. Mrs. McClarty is doing
CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD
100U North 24th Street
Rev. S. K. Nichols, Pastor
HoV Marie Oliver, Reporter
Sunday School ._...10:00 am
Morning Service .11:30 am
Evening Service .7:30 pm.
Friday night Women's Work .
.. 8 pm.
We had a grand Sunday school,
with a large attendance of scholars
present. Our Sunday School gets
more interesting each Sunday.
Our morning service was also
gran/. Our pajstor jpreache^ an
inspiring sermon which inspired
Sunday night we sang old time
religious songs. Missionary Elsie
Raster led a soul stirring testi
monial ervice. It was full of the
holy spirit. After which our pas
tor taken the stand and already
stirred with the spirit, he preached
a soul stirring sermon which made
our heartj-s burn -within) Several
visitors were present.
Visitors are always present,
i Notice: We will have early morn
ing service beginning at 6 o'clock
Easter Sunday. Come out and let
us have a grand time in -the Lord.
Opr pastor’s subject will be “The
Resurrection of Jesus Christ.”
Sunday afternoon at 3:30 pm.,
the children will render their Eas
ter Program. Come out and see
and hear our children and adults
STEWAHD BOARD OF CLEAVES
The Stewardess Board of the
Cleaves Temple CME Church, met
at 2419 Decatur St., sponsoring a
Tea given by the Board No. 2. All
enjoyed a lovely afternoon. There
will be a meeting again on March
23rd at the Church, all members
are requested to be present. Thanks
RE', e. z. McDonald confined
Rev. E. Z. McDonald of 918 North
2ith street, has been confined to his
home about three weeks, but seems
that he has a long patince and en
i durance. At this time he seems to
j be on the upgrade under the care
of Dr. Lennox.
REAL NICE HOME
Mrs. Ellsworth Jones of 1915
Charles St., is now repairing her
home and it sure looks nice. Mr.
Jones is working at the Martin
Bomber plant and has been there
for 2l/2 years. They have a son.
living in New York city who is di
rector of an orchestra. Mr. and
Mrs. Jones have a real nice home
THE HELP HAND CLUB
The Helping Hand Club met at
Ssister H. Biddiex President, and
they opened the meeting by singing
I love to tell the story. Scripture
reading 33th chapter St. John by
Sister E. Hill. Prayer by Rev. St.
Mrs. Crumbley of the Sick Com.
mitee reported Sister Nellie Lee,
Sister Pearl Taylor were ill.
The club received a card of
thanks for flowers, from Brother
and Sister Beasley. The reports
were read from different workers
in which was followed by the Wish
ing Well, in which we all had our
wishes. Then the meeting was turn
ed over to Sister Crumbley who had
the program. A paper was read by
Sister Lewis, subject Pillar of a
Church, and it was very interesting
to learn the different kinds of pil
lars of a church.
A reading by Sister Annabelle
Thomas subject “A Prayer”. A pa
per by Sister M. Griffin "What We
A Christian should remember” and
remarks by Rev. St. Clair. We also
apprecated remarks from our visit
ors Mrs. Johnson and daughter.
Then the meeting was turned over
to our hostess Sister Biddiex and
Sister Cox. We all adjourned with!
a lovely evening had by all.
Sister Biddiex, Pres.,
Sister Mattie Caldwell, Reporter.
PASTORS’ WIVES COUNCIL
The Interdenominational Pastors’
Wives Council met at the home of
How women and girls
may get wanted relief
Cardul Is a liquid medicine
which many women say has
brought relief from the cramp
like agony and nervous strain
of functional periodic distress.
Here’s how It may help:
\ m Taken like a tonic, Ik
* should stimulate appe
tite, aid digestion,*
thus help build resist
ance for the “time” to
Started 3 days before
“your time”, it should
help relieve pain due
to purely functional
Try Cardul. If it helps,
you’ll be glad you did.
For quick relief from itching caused by eczema,
athlete's foot, scabies, pimples and other itching
conditions, use pure, cooling, medicated, liquid
D. D. D. PRESCRIPTION. A doctor’s formula.
Greaseless and stainless. Soothes, comforts and
quickly calms intense itching. 35c trial bottle
proves i t, or money back- Don't suffer. Ask your 1
druggist today for O. O. D. PRESCRIPTION.
Mrs. Dora Askerneesc 2122 North
26th St., on Wednesday March 21,
at 1 pm. A very delicious Spring
lunch was served to the 12 present
Next meeting will be at the home
of Mrs. Estella Braggs 2120 North
28th on 'V^’ed., April 4 at 1 pm.
All Pastor’s wives are welcome.
Mrs. Mary Goodlett, President,
Mrs. Kathryn Steele, Reporter
Al'TO REPAIR SHOP
M,r. Willie Nevels of 2913 Grant
street has two children in school.
One in Tech and the other in How
ard Kennedy. Mr. Nevels has an
Auto Repair shop on 23rd and Clark
and don’t forget when you want
your car fixed see Bill Nevels, he
will start it going for you.
SEVEN POUND GIRL
Mr. and Mrs. William Bowden,
3568 Cinnarrow, Los Angeles, Cali
fornia, are the happy parents of a
7 pound girl, born March 12th. Old
man Charley seems to be getting
along in aget but Charley seems to
be active yet.
Rev. E. D. Johnson of 1214 Pierce
St., are repairing their home. Mrs.
ohnson is supervising the work,
while the Rev. attends his church
in Sioux City, Iowa of which he has
been Pastor for four years.
Mr. Tom Walker who lives at 1317
Pacific St., has been confined to his
home for three weeks but is able to
be out again. Mr. Walker feels
OK at the present.
HUSBAND IN INDIA
Mrs. Alice Watkins of 1315 Pacif
ic street, has a husband in India.
He has been there for 9 months,
and seems to be getting along OK.
She hears from him very often.
PVT. HENRY BALDWIN NOW
IN SOUTH PACIFIC
Pvt. Henry Baldwin is now in the
South Pacific. He is in the Engin
eering Dept., and has been overseas
since 1942. Mrs. Baldwin still re
sides at 2519 Corby and is doing
nicely and is awaiting the return
of her husband. She is a member
of Salem Baptist Church and at
tends Church regularly.
STILL ON HU TCHES
Mrs. W. B. Bryant of 2722 Binney
street seems to be doing nicely but
is still walking with crutches. Mrs.
Bryant says she regrets so much
that she has be inside. She will try
to get out one day this week.
Mrs .Addie Childs of 1105 South
13th Street has her son, Leroy
Childs, painting the walls. Boy, he
is a real painter and seems to be
getting so stout. Mrs. Childs was
looking on while the job was be
PREPARING TO PLANT GARDEN
Mr. Larry B. Marrian of 1211
Pierce street, is now preparing to
plant his garden. I found him pre
paring his potatoes. As soon as
the Moon gets in the right place he
will plant. He said if you don’t
plant on the right Moon you won’t
get any potatoes.
Mr. John A. Henry, 1216 Pierce St.
is now in the Pullman Service and
has been 27 years out of Omaha.
He is now running between Omaha
and Denver. Mr. Henry says he is
enjoying his work fine and he has
a very nice little family. Five
children, two girls and three boys
in school and one married daugh
HUSBAND IN FRANCE
AWARDED PURPLE HEART
Mrs. Roberta Edmonds of 1107
South 12th St., has a nice little
home while Mrs. Merdells Edmond
is helping to take care of the same.
Mrs. Merdelle Edmond’s husband is
stationed in France. He was
wounded in action and was award
ed the Purple Heart for Gallantry.
ST PHILIP’S EASTER SERVICES
The services at St. Philip’s for
Easter will be High Mass and ser
mon at 6:30 am., followed by a
breakfast served by the Sisters of
St.'Andrew. At 9:30 am. the church
school will conduct its Lenten Mite
Box offering for Missions. The
11:00 o’clock service will consist of
Processions, High Mass and serm
on. The music of the Mass is a
dapted from Gounod’s "Messe Solen
The public is invited to all of
CLASSES AT YWCA
Mrs Thelma Hancock is conduct
ing classes each Thursday evening
rom i :30 to 9:30 in Reading, Gram
mar, Writing and other studies that
will be helpul to adults who want
to brush up on the three ’’Rs”.
Tuition is 50c per week. Ail who
wish to register or any of these
subjects please contact either the
YWCA., or Mrs. Hancock.
I In Unredeemed
• Watches and
895o BRIDAL SET 2495 j
Loan & Jewelry Co.
320 North 16th Street
“See Marcus for
Hubby with a ’45
Mrs. Mozella Poppa 45, who lives
at 2104 Maple Street, says the wound
ing of her husband had to be done to
teach him how to save his check.
Mrs. Popps says she was tired of
working hard to help get somewhere
in life and her husband throwing
HOME NI RSING CLASS BEING
ENROLLED AT YWCA.
A class n Home Nursing is being
ormed at the Northside YWCA
This class will give instruction in
how to care or the patient in co
operation with the doctor, and what
to do i for some reason, a doctor
cannot attend. It w’ill show how
to bathe the patient in bed, how to
feed the sick patient, how to make
the bed with the patient in it, how
to give medicine properly, and how
to follow the doctor's orders in an
efficient way. This course is going
to be greatly needed and if you
wish to take it, please contact the
YWCA, for further information.
STRICKEN WITH PNEIMONIA
Mrs. Landro of 1131 North 20th
Street, infant son was stricken with
pneumonia suddenly. He seemed to
be doing well and all of a sudden
collapsed. Dr. Wesley Jones is the
attending physician. The boy’s
mother is constantly at his bedside.
We hope for him a speedy recovery.
LOVELY DINNER PARTY
A lovely dinner party was given
by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kercheval
3026 Emmett St., in honor of Mr.
Clarence Lowe. Mr. Victor Thomp
son and Mr. Eddie Riley of Ja
A most enjoyable evening was
| spent dancing, playing cards and
1 The guests were served by the
| hostess, Mrs. Kercheval.
1 Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Rudy Gerren, Mrs. Geraldine Garcia
Mrs Alma Scoggins, Mr. and Mrs.
A1 Kercheval, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Goodwin, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Mrs. Merdell Edwards of 1107 So
12th Street, has a husband over
seas, now stationed in France. Her
husband, Clarence Edwards, has
been in the army five years. He
was wounded and was rewarded for
bravery. Mrs. Edward's father is
now living in Chicago and has been
for the last 12 years.
VISITING HER SISTER
Miss Dorothy Chambers of To
peka, Kansas is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Williams who lives at 2406 X.
27th avenue. Mrs. Williams has
been in the Methodist hospital for
three weeks but has recovered suf
ficiently to be at home again. Miss
Chambers' stay in our city is indef
inite. She likes Omaha and hates
HOPE TO I P IN DAY OR TWO
Mrs. Callie Rich of 986 North 25
avenue, has been ill for a week, but
she reports that her condition is
somewhat improved. Mrs. Rich is
thankful to her many friends and
the reporter of the Omaha Guide.
She hopes to be up in a day or two.
GUEST FROM CO-BLUFFS
Mrs. Mable Anderson of 1214 X.
25th St., had as her guest from
Council Bluffs, her uncle, Mr.
Louis Corbin. They had a very en
joyable time and a very delicious
dinner was served. All had a dis
cussion about the future and Vic
Y'ISITOK FROM PARKSVILLE, MO
Mr. Drew Benson of 2518 Cald
well is expecting a visitor from
Parksvile, Mo., about the later part
of the week. She will stop over In
Council Bluffs, and then come to
Omaha to spend a few days with
friends. We are preparing to meet
her and make her stay an enjoyable
WITH THE 93RD
Mrs. Susie McDonald of 954 North
28th Ave, has just received a letter
from her daughter who lives in
Chicago that her son, Mrs. McDon
ald's grandson, is now with the 93d
Division and is leaving for over
seas duty. She reports that her
daughter is doing fine and Chicago
is on the move.
EVERYBODY HAPPY, Bl'SY
As I passed by 1708 North 24th St.
everyone was jolly. Mr. Taylor
was very busy with the razor and
clppers, also Mr. Redden. The boys
-tad their hands full shining shoe
Mr. A. J. Logan was entertaining
everyone and everybody was happy
VISITS THE SICK
Mr. and Mrs. James Manley of |
3119 Ohio St., in company with C. I
C. McDonald visited Sylvester
Stroud who has been confined in the
hospital for sometime. He seems
to be doing fairly well at present.
Rl SHED TO HOSPITAL
Mr. Wm. Gordon who resides at]
2413 North 29th St., was stricken
with pneumonia and was rushed to
the hospital Sunday morning, Mar.
25th. He was accompanied by his
wife and son. Mr. Gordon has been |
employed by the Nebraska Power
Company for 22 years.
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Tuans gee Institute. Atahaaa
his money away.
Mr. Popps reported to his wife he
had $30.00 and when she checked up
on him he had only $16.00. Mr. Popps
could not give a satisfactory an
swer as to the where-abouts of the
other $14.00 and Mrs. Popps became
so angry that she thought It was
time to call things to a halt, so it
ended at Judge Palmers bench at
Municapal Court, with a charge of
disturbing the peace. After listen
ing to the evidence the Judge sen
tenced Mrs. Popps to 60 days in jail.
The people who live in the neigh
borhood of 21st and Maple in an
swer to an Omaha Guide reporter
checking up on the matter said that
Mrs Popps was a very lovely Christ
ian lady and had lived in the neigh
borhood about 8 or 10 months in a
modern home that they had recently
purchased. The family consisted of a
daughter and grand-child who live
with the parents and a son who is in
the Army. All who know them were
very much surprised to know such a
thing happened in the quite Christ
ian- like home of the Popps family.
the Hand of
the Dark Vlaltoe..
MX. JAMES W. GLENN DIES
Mr. James W. Glenn, age 65, 2515
North 26th street, died Monday,
March 26th at a local hospital. Mr
Glenn had been in failing health for
sometime. He was a retired hotel
and dining car waiter and had lived
in Omaha 40 years. He is survived
by a niece, Mrs. Rose Jones, Omaha.
Funeral services were held Thurs
day afternoon from The Thomas
Funeral Home, 2022 Lake Street,
with Rev. F. C. Williams officiat
ing with burial at Forest Lawn
LVW HOWARD WILLIAMS
Lynn Howard Williams, age 4
months, died Wednesday evening,
March 21, at the home of his par
ents, 2320 Charles street. He is
survived by his parents Corporal
and Mrs. f*ee A. Williams, two bro
thers Leslie and Gary, grandpar
ents and other relatives.
Funeral services were held Mon
day morning from The Thomas
Funeral Home, 2022 Lake Street,
with Rev. T. J. Gouglass officiating
and burial in Prospect Hill Ceme
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