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PASTORS’ WI\K* roe*ClL
The Interdenominational Pastors
Wives Council met at the home of
Mr*. Kstella BraKtot 2120 North 28
Street April 4, 1»45 at 1 30 p m
A very delicious lunch was served
and th# seven present enjoyed it
Our next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. Mary Wade. 2719 De
catur St., on Wednesday. April 18
at 1 00 pm
All Pastor’s wives are welcome.
Mr* Mary Coodlett, President,
Mrs Kathryn Steele, Reporter.
III I.I.* 11 >L t KsHKR KOHI H
The Hillside Vesper Forum head-i
«d by an energetic and fine group
of young people meets every Sunday
ever^ng at the Hillside Presbyter
ian Church. JiNth and Ohio streets, as
its headquarters for discussion on
current events and the World Order
Movement. The opening hour is
7 30 pm. A very attractive program
preceeds the addresses. Time Is al
lowed for questions and answers.
The Moderator. Kev. J. E. Black
more introduces the topic and pre
sent* the leader who conducts the
forum, I*ast Sunday evening at the
initial opening there was a large
gathering and the outlook for each
subsequent forum promises to be
overflowing in attendance. Here is
sMi opportunity for you to come and
take part 11 these die* ussion topics.
pril 15th at 7 30 pm. "What are
Some of the Problems to Peace?"
April 22nd at 7:30 pm. "Is Peace
an Appropriate Concern and k unc
tion of the Christian Church?"
April 2!tth at 7:30 pm. "Can There
Be Such a Thing as a Lasting and
May 6th. at 7:30 pm. "Should the
Peace Establish In Principle and
Seek to Achieve Impraclice the
Bight of Individuals Everywhere to
Thi is* your Forum. Come and
bear -come to share it with us.
flood speaker-- Unformed speak
ers. Remember the time and place.
Hit 4 TRYift Th
Dir«1i*r Hyland K. Melford Sr.,
announces Muse Drama 'luild TKY
Ol'TS Tuesday April 17, 1945 7:30
pm, Omaha Urban League
The Muse Drama Ouild will begin
the production of "No Time for
Comedy" by S N Hehrman, leading
dramatist and playwright
This marks the first time the
Muse Drama (luild has planned pro
duction of a 3 act broad way hit'
Kirst produced by Katharine Corn
ell, who was the leading lady and
luturenee Oliver, the leading man,
“No Time for Comedy" opened in N
Y and was a suecews on Broadway
and on tour, bringing high critical
Director Bland Melford wishes ev
eryone interested in drama to eoa
taet him personally, or lo be pres
ent Tuesday eve.
The Muse Drama (luild is for
those of the community interested
in the drama and the developing of
cultural arts among the commun
ity. The service of all Is needed.
This is a community association.
Mrs. C K Mtchcll of 2603 Har
rison has b family of four ctrtldrifh.
and they have an acreage and are
seemingly preparing for the future.
Ki eryone is preparing their gard
ens and are progressing nicely.
Me* Woodruff of 2609 Harrison
lias a. nice ti reage on the line of
Douglas and Sarpy county. They
have corn lo sell also a lot of fow
ls, pigs and garden spot lots to live
on and some to spare. Mrs. Wood
ruff is now working ,tt the Packing
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Mr an6 Hn Rosa of 6803 South
2ltn St, have four boys and five
girls. They have a beautiful home
near the line of Douglas and Sar
py Conut.y The Rose family have
lived in this home for six years. Mr.
Rose is working at Cudahy Packing
Plant and Mrs. Rose stays home and
take care of the home and children.
Mrs. Minnie Jones of 3735 South
25th St., reports that she attended
Allen Chapel laRt Sunday and en
joyed the services very much. 1
think we have a wonderful preach
er she said. The entire congrega
tion seemed to enjoy the service and
w had a vry nice crowd.
Mr. A J Turner of 3115 R St.,
reports that he is very busy these
days. lie is a concrete finisher and
brick layer_ in fact he seems to be
a man who can do anything in the
way of repairing a house and mak
ing it comfortable. Mr. Turner liv
es on R Street Southside where he
can enjoy seeing the packing plants.
in HAYS HERE
Mrs. Anna Wilson of Denver, Colo
spent 10 days in Omaha visiting
her sister Mrs. Lydia Wilson and
friends. She reports a fine time
and much needed rest. On Tuesday,
A. M.. April rd, Mrs. Anna and Ly
dia Wilson, Mrs. Mable E. Bonner
and Mrs. Mary Lou Howell were
breafkast guest of Mrs. J. L. Giles
at 2217 North 29th street
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Moss who
were visiting at Sacramento, Calif.,
and were on their way home to
llartelsville, Okla., stopped over to
visit Mrs. Pauline Hawkins and
spent Tuesday evening with her.
They all had breakfast at Mr. War
ren Webb's cafe. M r Moss met a
lot "f his old friends.
They had dinner at Mrs. Rosetta
Walker'* home and also visited with
Mi' Moss’ son and wife Mr. and
Mrs. Vernon Allen.
ST 11,1. CONFINED
Rev. E V. McDonald of 91S No.
27th street are still confined to his
bed—however he said he was hold
ing his own. His daughter Mrs.
Goodwin is constantly at his bed
side to administer to the comforts
of life. His daughter from Chicago
will visit him the incoming week.
\T III TIES SOON
Mrs. Pansy Newland of 2915 Grant
has been confined to her home for
three weeks, but she seems to be
on the move at present and she
hopes to be up and at her duties
LIKE NEWS! GLIDE
Mrs. Bryant called the Guide re
porter and asked him for one of
the Guide's latest edition papers,
for last week. When I looked up
the street I noticed someone com
ing to my house and it proved
to be Atty Bryant and he said to
me "Give me that Newsy paper, the
Omaha Guide, we like it so much
here of late.
Mr. and Mr*. Roosevelt Kirk of
1 f23 No. 20th St. have five children;
three girls and two boys. Two are in
school and three are home with
mother. Mrs. Kirk says she is kept
very busy at all times trying to keep
up with them while Mr. Kirk is
working for McGrath Welding Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Randora of 1131 No.
20th St. are living at home. They
have a lot of nice chickens. Mrs.
Randora is a member of Rev. Adams
church known as Paradise Baptist
Church. Mrs. Randora has three
children, two boys and one girl.
Her daughter is now a widow. We
like this sunshine so much. Mrs.
Randora is sewing on the machine.
Mr. and Mrs. Beulah Bennett of
1023 Paul St. have lived in Omaha
for one year coming here from
Brawton, Ala. They say they like
Omaha very much and intend to
make this their future home. They
would be glad to meet all Christian
people and friends. They feel that
they are home in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner of
1302 North 25tb St. say they are en
joying good health. They have been
married just a short while and are
enjoying married life nicely. Mr.
Turner is working at odd jobs, he
has been working at the Packing
Plant but quit for a better job.
Mrs. Yancey of 2871 Maple St. re
ports that her sister, Mrs. Rula
Roundtree was operated on last
Wednesday at the Rutheran Hosp
ital for appendicitis. She is doing
nicely at this time and is expected
to be up soon. Mrs. Yancey also re
ports that her mother has been in
bed for three months suffering from
rheumatism. Others are doing nicely
We hereby thank our friends for
their kindness and cards.
Mrs. Kittie Thompson of 2901
Rake has a son N. C. Thompson
that is stationed in Rondon. His
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We're glad that in spite of war shortages
you can still get Smith Bros. Cough Drops.
We ll be gladder still when Victory lets us
make all everybody needs. Smith Bros.—
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mother and grandmother are anx
ious to hear from him as they say
that they hae not heard from him in
two weeks. We do not expect to hear
from our loved ones when we think
of them, that would be too often, so
Mrs. Anderson of 1212 North 25th
St. was going out to do some shop
ping and it seems that she could'nt
apply enough powder. Well. I sup
pose the wind was a little high
which required a deal of rubbing to
make one look different. Seems to
be the best of powder which she was
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grice of 151«
North 28th St. were very happy over
a letter just received from their
daughter and son. The son is sta
tioned in the Philippine Islands and
the daughter is stationed in Burma
and both of them report that things
are going fairly well. Mr. and Mrs.
Grice seem to be so proud of their
childrens well doing.
T /4 Joe Denson stationed some
where in England sent his wife, Mrs
A. Denson an Easter Greeting card
wishing her all the good luck in the
World. Mr. Denson has been over
seas 14 months. He sends greetings
to all. Mrs. Denson resides at 2432
Mrs. Abrams of 1814 North 28th
St. reports that her husband came
to visit her at the above address.
Mrs. Royie Nails of 2404 North 25th
St. gave an entertainment in hi*
honor. While here all the family and
friends were present. Pvt. Charles
Abrams enjoyed a very happy time
while here after which he will re
turn to Gulf Port, Miss, to attend
school as an electrician.
Mrs. Frankie M. Turner of 1302
North 25th St. has been sick for
three weeks. She had a major oper
ation for appendicities but reports
that now she is doing nicely. Mrs.
Turner is a memeber of the Paradise
Baptist Church. Rev. C. Adams,
Mrs. Rich of 986 North 25th Ave.
was confined to bed for two weeks
under the care of Dr. Wiggins but
she reports that at present she is
feeling better. Mr. and Mrs. Rich
have four children, two in school.
Mr. Rich is still working in the
Sheep kill at Cudahy Packing Co.
Mrs. Fields of 1006 North 24th St.
reports she went to Church on last
Sunday and enjoyed a wonderful
sermon. The house seemed to be in
a Spiritual mood and everyone had
a feast. Mrs. Fields says she wished
everyone would turn to Christ Our
Mrs. Walker reports that her hus
band Lee Walker and grand-daugh
ter is visiting his relatives in St.
Joseph, Mo. he is expected home
Monday the 9th. Mr. Walker has
worked for Swift and Co. for 11 yrs.
Mrs. Henderson was a pleasant call
er on last Saturday evening. Her ad
dress is 2910 North 30th St.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Banks of 1426
North 19th have a comfortable home
with two children both girls, 3 yrs.
and the other 14 months. Mr. Ray is
a waiter on the Union Pacific while
Mrs. Banks takes care of the child
ren. He has been with the Union
Pacifir for two years and likes his
work very muh.
Mrs. Washington of 2037 Florenut
Blvd. reports that her daughter is
now teaching school in Pheonix
Arizona. She gets $125.00 per month.
She has been teaching the same
school for three years. Mrs. Wash
ington also has a son by the name
of Henry Washington who is now
serving as a cook in the Quarter
Master Div. he is paid 100.50 per
week. Charles, the younger son is in
school in Lincoln, Nebraska. Every
thing seems to be moving nicely
Mr. and Mrs Jessie McClinton who
reside at 1428 North 19th have been
constant readers of the Omaha Guide
for three years and are great lovers
of the Guide. Mrs. McClinton has one
child, one year old. Mr. McClinton is
employed at the Ak-Sar-Ben.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith who op
erate a business at 1406 North 24th
St. have been at the above address
for 18 months and have had a won
derful success and thank their many
friends and customers for their pat
ronage. They are prepared a all
times to feed the hungry with well
cooked meals in a sanitary place.
Mrs. Annie Robertson of 2834
Corby has been confined to her bed
with the flu for a week. Miss Rob
ertson says that the time passes so
slow when you are sick with the
flu; however she seems to be on the
up and go now, she is able to visit
Miss. Dorothey Alexander is a
pleasant visitor from Chicago at the
home of her mother and father Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Alexander on 24th and
Mrs. Oeo. Douglas of 2620 Blondo
has been confined in the St. Joseph
Hospital for one month but at the
present she is feeling fairly good. I
wish to thank my worthy matrons.
Secy, treasurer, and the entire body
of the Princes O Zelan for their
lovely card of appreciation during
my hours of illness. We also thank
the Zion Baptist Church for their
kindness also the Elk's Chorus. We
thank both for sending cards which
were a pleasure to receive.
Mrs. Matthews of 1131 North 20th
St. little son has recovered suffic
iently from the Pneumonia that he
is able to sit up. I was somewhat
surprised to see the little boy up and
about. He is under the care of Dr.
(At Myrtis’ Tavern)
2229 LAKE STREET
(Under New Manager!*i.t I
Lillian Anderson and Louise
"Prompt, Courteous Service'’
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stewart of
2115 Mardison St. are living com
fortable in their home. Mr. Stewart
is a meat inspector in the Cudahy
Packing Co. He also has two boys
in the Army, one in the South Pac
ific and the other'in Germany. They
are both Sgt‘s. Mrs. Stewart seems
to be enjoying good health. Miss
Lorraine Stewart is now attending
Lincoln School in Jefferson City,
Mrs. Clara Bolden of 6505 South
17th St. seems to be somewhat ill
but nothing serious. Mr. and Mrs.
Bolden have a beautiful home and
they have five children, three boys
and one girl. The boys are serving
their Country. Mr. Bolden is work
ing at Armour Packing Co. and has
been for about ten years and still
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Reed of
2228 Madison recently moved to
Omaha from Beatrice Nebraska.
They have three beautiful children
all boys. Mr. Reed works at the
Fort Crook Plant. Mrs. Reed reports
that she is well pleased with her
new home and thinks she will like
it better. Mrs. Reeds sister is living
with them, Miss Lilia Mae Fortson
and is looking for a job.
Mrs. Rich of 986 North 25th Ave.
has been sick since last May. She
took sick suddenly but says she is
feeling better at this writing and
thinks she will be up in a few days.
Her attending Physician is Dr. Her
bert Wiggins. Mr. Rich is working
at the Packing Plant.
Mrs. Gertrude Zoes of 2530 Wash
ington has a very little family jnd
all linving comfortable. Mr. Zoes is
working at Armour Packing Plant
and has been for 23 years. Mrs. Zoe»
has a nice lot of chickens, about
one hundred. She reports that she is
preparing for the future.
Mr. and Mrs. Orange Mosley of
2534 Je>ffersan St. have a nice home
and no children to annoy her she
says. She is well satisfied with con
ditions and ho^es for a bright future
Mr. Mosley is working at the Swift
Packing Co. now and has been for
the last 20 years.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Lambert of 2506
Jefferson St. have a family of three
Mr. Lambert is working at Wilson
Packing Plant and has been for 2
years. Oh, Boy, you should see those
chickens and ducks they have they
are well prepared for the future as
far as eating is concerned. Mrs.
Lambert is also working and every
one seems to be getting along fine.
Mr. Lambert ownes his home and
Zaba Temple No. 52, A. E. O. N.
M. S. entertained the Daughters of
Isis, Wednesday March 28th at the
Masonic Hall, 26th and Blondo which
was largely attended and well en
joyed yb all. Host and Hostess in
cluded the members of the Min.
Club and Shriners. Edward Buford,
Potentate, Pearl Starks, 111., Com.
Floyd Buckner Reporter.
Mr. Lloyd Pryor of 350S Burdette
is one of the most energetic and in
dustrious young men of Omaha. He
is now a waitor on the Union Pac
ific and is going strong.
Mrs. -Mary Brooks of 2856 Corby
has been confined to bed for a
month with the flu. She seems to be
slowly recovering and hopes to be
Mr. Johnny Carter of 1004 North
24th St. has lived in Omaha for four
years and has been notified to leave
for the Army at an ytime. We wish
for him much luck on his way.
Miss Juanita Fitch will leave
Omaha for Reno, Nevada to make
her home with her father. She has
lived in Omaha for four months. We
regret to lose her.
HY DEAN H. W. SMITH
The Key Club Waiters welcome
you and your friends at all times.
The RR boys are serving on
the rolling wheels these days.
| Waiters at the^ BlackfUone are
the tops on service.
Fontenelle hotel on the up and go
on very fine service.
Omaha Club waiters with Capt.
Earl Jones are always giving fine
service to the members and their
Paxton hotel headwaiter and the
streamlined crew going good.
Regis hotel and White Horse Inn
waiters doing a bang up job.
James Robinson streamlined lun
eh carman of the CP, George Lip
ton, ex roast beef knight and H W
Smith meet on North 24th St.
Very much onto their jobs at the
Hill Hotel are the waiters.
Summer clubs will soon open and
the boys will inhale the odor of the
fresh green grass and leaves and
hear the birdies sing.
OAC waiters taking very good
care of the large crowds who are
very well pleased with the service—
and the streamlined bartendar who
can mix a high ball rolling on the
ground until 11:40 pm., on Satur
day night and he can call off a
thousand member’s names on short
Omaha Chamber of Commerre
with the Musirian headwaiter and
his up and going crew alongside the
Waldorf-Astoria chef are sure go
ing places and doing things these
The FEPC meeting at Zion Bap
tist Church on Sunday afternoon|
’April 8th was a complete success.
The address by Mrs. A. Hedgeman
of Washington DC., Executive Sec
retary of the National Council, was j
to the point and she urged everyone
present io lend a helping hand in
urging the U. S. Senate for a perm
The Women’s Society of Christ
ian Service sponsored a beautiful
beautiful reception after the clos
ing service at Clair Chapel Sunday
afternoon April 8. The very fine
ladies were at their very best on
serving refreshments and extend
ing a welcome to all as they are
tops on all occasions.
The Omaha Guide always hopes
for the society, much success in any
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THE WEEK by H W SMITH
U. S Senator Wherry gains a
point in the discussion on food
shortage which was expected to
reach a climax Friday April 6th.
County Commissioner Edward
Jelen on a leave of absence, died
in a U S. Naval hospital in Nor
folk Va„ Friday, April 6th.
The Four engine Boeing bomber
plane Number 80, strengthened its
claim to that title when it logged
its 7,000 hours in the air Thursday
The 25 billion dollar appropriation
bill to finance the Navy against
Japan will be ready for the house
when it ends its Easter recess the
week of April ftth.
The NY court of appeals upheld a
lower court’s ruling of a fee of
810,175 in a bank suit in Albany,
NY., April 5th.
John L Lewis and soft coal op
erators were up to the last meeting
with the WLB in Washington DC
Friday April 6th—the government
has now taken over the coal mines.
The whole population of nearly
5,000 helped with shovels and sacks
to save the town of Natchez, La„
from flood waters Friday April 6.
Congressman Monroney of Okla.,
told other Representatives he hoped
the Easter holiday was a happy one
and that they better come back as
there was much yet to be done.
A truckload of creamery butter
from Falls City, Nebraska it is
rumored that it may have been hi
jacked by Black market operators
somewhere in Iowa as it was found
in Chicago—the driver still missing.
Do you read the Greater Omaha
Pope Pius has omitted the prac
tice of offering his hand to be kiss
ed during general audiences it was
announced Thursday, April 5th.
The U S Chamber of Commerce
asked members if it wants to sup
port pending legislation to outlaw
royalty payments to unions.
The War Labor Board called for
an immediate end of a strike of
John Morrell and Company at Ot
tuma, Iowa plant, April 5th.
A new oil well has been brought
in South of Salem. Nebraska.
A distant cousin of Mrs. John W
Higham, 75, of Raleigh, NO., was
questioned by police April 5th.
Are you very much pleased with
the enlarged Omaha Guide—if so
tell others—if not tell us.
An army training plane fell while
making an emergency landing near
Missouri valley, Iowa Sat., April 7.
Charles G. Burt, 97 years old, is
the only living member of the
Grand army of the Republic. He
resides in Sprinfield, Mass and he
elected himself State Commander,
last Saturday, April 7th.
A 13 year old boy fell over a 75
foot bluffs in St. Louis—he suffer
ed severe injuries but was recov
ering Saturday, April 7th.
Mrs. Marcia Jones 2420 North 19th
St., East Omaha, spades her own
Ignoring signals caused the col.
lUion on the Southern Facific RR
on February 11th which caused the
injury of 177 persons—was the find
ings of the Interstate Commerce
Commission April 7th.
Read The Omaha Guide.
Mr. C. C. McDonald the wide a
wake representative of the Improv
ed Omaha Guide will greet you with
a smile and thank you in advance
for a one year’s subscription and
make it known in the next issue.
So please be on the lookout for him
The State of Georgia reports that
36.500 sharecroppers are buying
farms under the Bankhead-Jones
Farm Tenant Act. More than 25,
500 of these are in the South. Geo
rgia is a banner state in tenant pur
If you are pleased with the Week
Column tell your friends—if not tell
the Improved Omaha Guide HA
Floyd Starks Dies
Mr. Floyd Starks, 57, died Sunday
evening at his residence, 2121 Lake
Street. Mr. Starks had been a resi
dent of this community forty years.
He was porter at the Dundee Bar
ber Shop and had been employed
for ten years by W. S. Willoughby.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Kathryn Starks. Funeral services
were^ield Thursday afternoon from
The Thomas Funeral Home, 2022
Lake Street, with Kev. F. C. Wil
liams officiating-, liuriail w(& at
Forest Lawn cemetery.
24th and Lake Sts.
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but this is NOT!
gets about twice as
much electricity for
Its money today
as it did 15
Yes, the first is a trick, but the second is a
fact — a fortunate fact for you.
By using more and more electricity over the
years, you’ve helped us reduce the price to a
point where the average family now gets about
twice as much electricity as it did 15 years ago
for the same money.
Keeping the price of electricity pinned down to
the floor in wartime is a much tougher job than
keeping a pin-up girl floating i.i mid-air!
It takes much more than magic. It takes care
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