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BY DEAN H. W. SMITH
Captain Karl Jones of the Omaha
Club wishes to tell all the boys that
April showers bring May flowers,
and we all say happy birthday as
he wa» the May flower that the
first of May has brought
Mr C C Jones one of the for*
mer roast beef knights of Omaha
was saying hello to the boys—he is
located in Seattle now,
Joe Brown of the OAC visited Mr
Tom Phillips and had a friendly
chat with him
Paston hotel waiters topping off
the service with a big smile
The Regis hotel and the White
Horse Inn waiters are very much—
very much out in front
Head The Omaha Guide and keep
up with the times
The Fontenell* hotel waiter* are
very muc h on the Job—they know it
The Omaha Country Club is about
ready to bloom out
Waiters at the Hill hotel doing a
bang up Job on serving
lUackston, hotel waiters quick
stepping on service with a smile
Fellow waiters Mother's Day is in
the making—send cards to as many
mothers whom you know’ a* a love
ly mother's day card will bring a
very sweet, friendly smile from her
and a pleasant thought to know
that we cherish them in our mem
ory at all times!
HI l»EA\ II. ». SMITH
Congressman Marcantonio of
New York introduced a resolution
in Congress April 2T calling for a
study of racial discrimination in
our national game He said "I
maintain that baseball is interstate
President Trumai> was in confer
ence one one hour April 24 with
former Secy Cordell Hull and made
a short visit at the Navy Hospital
near iiethedsa. lid . sometime be
forenoon He also entertained 3
guests in the evening at dinner at
the Blair house . \
The shortage of lumber may lim
it the market for building mater
U S Senator Tydtngs of Mary
land, author of the Philippine In
dependence bill, will visit the Phil
ippine islands soon.
The Dionne quints’ father stated
Tuesday April 24 that he was con
sidering an invitation for the five
girls and the parents to participate
in the l7 S Seventh war loan
drive in Chicago In June
A large number of editors and
newspaper publishers left New
York the week of April 23 to visit
Germany's consecration camps at
lh«' invitation of enerat Dwight D.
Mayor Koger Lapham greeted
Secy of State Edward Stettinius as
he arrived in San Francisco and a
large number of other delegates to
the world's conference for peace
Congrssman Eadgo Cravens pro
posed to amend the constitution to
grant women equal rights for wom
en under the law
Police In ashington DC , fished
out (2.300 from three storm sewers
in one night April 26—they stated
it may have been some of the four
to five thousand dollars taken from
the Anacosta bank that burglars
took on Saturday April 21—3 per
sons were held in connection with
Miss Bess Exton health education
consultant addressed a group of
public health nurses association
Thursda yevening April 26—Funds
for proper education are necessary
and essential for a community's
health program she said
The former ambassador to Turk
ey Henry Morgenthau.SS years old
said Thursday April 26 in New
York—Unused resources are going
to start us off after the war
A tornado that swept over three
southern states, wrecked the Dun
dee textile mill near Griffin. Ga
Seven persons were killed and near
ly 20 injured as part of the wall and
the roof were blown away.
U S Senator illis made a speech
in the Senate Thursday April 2«—
Efforts to cancel the deportation of
Harry Bridges as he is doing a good
work, moving war material on the
The C B Lucas farm near Irv
ington, Ky , produced a real live
stock surprise—quadruplet calves
were born the week of April 23—
three of them are bulls—all are
pure bred herefords
Read The Omaha Guide for all the
The delegates to tne conterence
in sari Francis* r are listening to
the different speeches in quite a
number of different languages and
the gents and a few genteses— as
this -,r. r.mi to very much dif
ferent from any ordinary session—
as the press is not admitted and
nlv heads of delegations are in a
position to make the nice contacts
in the smoke rilled rooms to trade
confessions and concessions in 20
language* as this is no Hollywood
affair as the lights are installed
f**r the benefit ..f the photograph
ers So far the equlsite Chinese
women are rapidly taking the play
from foreigner with more impres
sive and not so pretty, but very at
the Dark Visitor..
The funeral eulogy for Charles
Redd, 2105 Ohio street, who depart
ed this life April 23rd, was held
April 26th at 2 p ni from Christ
Temple Church with Rev O Ask
erneese officiating assisted by Rev.
Goodwin and Rev T McWilliams
The spacious auditorium was un
able to take care of the large over^
flow of friends who assembled in
esteem to the deceased and the out
standng Redd. Hogan's and Balti
The late Mr Redd had been a
resident of Omaha twenty years.
He ia survived by the wife, Mrs.
Lula Redd, daughter and son-in
law Mr and Mrs Hogan and other
relatives J D. Lewis Mortuary
was In charge, with burial at For
est Lawn cemetery Memorial Park
lilt. ARTHUR MOO It K
Mr Arthur Moore. 37. 1612 North
25th street, died Friday April 27th.
Mr. Moore was a musician and play
ed with various orchestras, he had
been a resident of Omaha twenty
five years. He is survived by his
step mother. Mrs. Verlee Banks,
Omaha, brother. Corporal Samuel
Moore IT S. Army over sea, sister,
Miss Helen Moore, Omaha, two
uncles, Mr. James Moore, Kings
ville Texas. Mr. McKinley Moore.
Omaha, two aunts. Mrs. Irene Ford.
Tampa Florida, Mrs. M. A Walker,
Omaha, five cousins, Mr. John W.
Jacks • ri. Mr. Bayles Jackson. Mrs.
Isabelle Moss, Mrs. Nancy Bates, all
of Omaha. Mrs. Corrine Fields,
The body lay in state at Thomas
Funeral Home until the funeral
hour. Funeral services were held
Friday afternoon from Pleasant
Green Baptist Church with Rev.
Joseph H. Reynolds officiating with
burial at Forest Lawn Cemetery.
Funeral service for Dwain Mixon
1322 Ave A , Council Bluffs. Ia.,
who departed this life April 24th,
was held April 28th at 2 p in from
Tabernacle Baptist Church, Rev
Haywood St Clair pastor, officiat
ed. assisted by Dr (1 XV Robin
son of Des Moines. Ia , Moderator,
Rev J. H Reynolds Executive
Secy's , also Rev Wm Clayton of
Omaha, Nebr A State officer. Mr
Mixon was a resident of Council
Bluffs 32 years Serving as dea
con Sunday School teacher, State
officer of the Baptist Association
also served on all Cfvic Committees
in Council Bluffs
He was well known in Omaha,
Nebraska Several hundred friends
of both races assembled to view the
body at Lewis Mortuary, Omaha,
Nebr until 10 a m Saturday
Omaha friends assembled at the
Mortuary to accompany the remains
to Io„wa for service and burial
He is survived by the wife, Mrs
D M Mixon; brother Metcar Mix
on, Corsicana, Texas; Sisters, Mrs
Lutisia Davis, Mrs Eliza Williams,
both of Mexia Texas; Mrs Mara
Jackson. Oollidge. Texas. Mrs
Anna I'ruitt, Clarksdale, Miss; Mrs
Lucille Davis, New Orleans, La
OFFICERS OF THE IOWA
ASSOCIATION ATTEND FI NEK.AL
Officers of the Iowa Association
who attended the funeral of Mi
D M Mi ion were; Dr. G. W Rob
inson. Moderator Des Moines, Ia
Rev S Davis Treasurer, Water
loo. Ia Rev J H Reynolds, Exe
cutive Secy, Omaha, Nebr
AA omen's Convention
Mrs (J B Ashford, President,
liarner, Iowa: Mrs Estella McAf
fie. First Vice, Omaha, Nebr ; Mrs,
L McElroy, Second Vice, DesMoin
es, Iowa; Mrs B H Hunter, Rec
, ording Secy, Omaha, Nebr ; Mrs
Jessye B Davis, Supervisor nl
Young People, DesMoines. Iowa
Sunday School Convention
Rev C B Wheeler, President
St Paul, Minn ; Mr G \r Ashford
Second X’ice, DesMoines, Iowa
Minister* and Deacons In ion
Rev S G Garrett. President, Des
Moines, Iowa; Rev H St. Clair,
Vice Omaha. Nebr
Ministers and Deacons' \A ives.
Mothers and Deaconess l nlon
Mrs Georgia Terry. President,
Omaha, Nebr ; Mrs Helen Bowens.
Sec . Council Bluffs, Iowa
Stnte A ice Moderators and
Rev Wm Clayton, Omaha: Mrs
Addie Green. Omaha: Mrs. Ada
Fields, District Supervisor: Mrs
Elsie Bell. District Supervisor; Miss
June St Clair, District President,
Rev C Lopez McAllister, Dean
of Religious Education, DesMoines,
Rev B H Hunter. District Bible
Instructor, Omaha. Nebraska
MRS. HOME HOLMES.
Mrs. Roxie Holmes, age 47 was
found dead in her home 27l> Frank
l:n street, Monday evening April 23
Mrs. Holmes lived alone and had
been dead presumebly two or three
days. She had lived in this commun
ity three years and was a member
of Pleasant Green Baptst Church.
She is survived by a son Mr. George
Butler , St. Louis .XJissouri. two
sisters. Mrs. Florence Greenwood.
Memphis Tenn., Mrs. Fannie Steele.
St Louis. Missouri.
Funeral services were held Mon
day afternoon from the Pleasant
Green Baptist Church with Rev.
Joseph R Reynolds officiating, with
durial at Forest Lawn Cemetery
Arrangements by Thomas Funeral
I I.Ollll) V C OURT ORDERS
IIEMOCR \TS TO REGISTER
J U'KSOM ll.I.E M V\
Jacksunville> Florida—Judge De
Witt T Cray of the Circuit Court
here handed down an opinion
April IS ordering Fleming Bowden
Democratic Registration Supervis
or to register Dallas J Graham.
The case wa> pressed by the Jack
sonville branch of the NAACP of
which Theodore Redding is presi
dent Graham brought action to
compel Bowden to register him as a
member of the Democratic Party
In the course of his opinion.
Judge Gray stated that the United
States Constitution gave the Negro
the right o belong to the political
party of his choice, and issued an
order that Graham be allowed to
I CARD OF THANKS !
I We wish to thank our many friends for their'
I kindness and sympathy during our bereavement \
in the loss of our beloved husband and father,!
* Charles Redd.
Mrs. Lula Redd, ,
\ Mrs. Anneda Hogan,
| Mr. Welton Hogan. i
register "forthwith” The city at
torney ig reportedly considering the
practicability of appealing to the
States Supreme Court.
This case, if not reversed, by the
State Supreme Court, would great
ly change future political affairs
in Jacksonville Based on the 1940
census, it is estimated that Negroes
comprise better than 35 percent of
the city's population.
Mrs Warren Alston of 2627 Jef
ferson is a member of Bethel Bap
tist Church but on account of being
sick she was unable to attend last
Sunday. It seems that she had an
attack of the flu. Mrs Fred Harris
visited with Mrs. Alston Mrs. Harris
is from Paris, Texas. We wish to
thank our many friends w».o paid
their respects to our guest while in
the City. Everyone enjoyed their
company while here.
Mrs. Idella Thompson of Entan.
Ala. is visiting her sister who re
sides at 3222 R St. Mrs. Thompson
reports that she Ikes Omaha and
that she will make her stay in our
city indefinite. Mrs. Thompson's
husband is in the Armed Forces
serving in France. He reports that
he is getting along nicely.
Mrs. T. Williams of 5220 South 30
St. reports that she has a son in the
Army, he is stationed in Germany.
He has been in the Army one year
He reports that he is doing fine.
Mrs. Williams is proud of the fact
that her son is doing fine and he al
ways has her continual prayers.
Mrs. T. Williams of 5220 So. 30tli
St. reports that Rev. E. D. Johnson
Pastor of St. Johns Baptist Church
also Mrs. John-on - is announcing
their 20th Anniversary. Rev. and
Mrs. Johnson has been our Pastor
for 20 eyars and we the members of
St. John Baptist Church are announ
cing the anniversary from May 6th
to May 13th. Services each evening
at 7:45^ 1212 Pierce St. Omaha. Nebr.
All Pastors and members of the vi
cinity are cordially invited. Every
one is always welcome.
Mother Hopkins who resides at
2203 North 29th St. is very ill at the
present. She has been sick for some
time, about two years. She suffered
a stroke but at the present she is
resting well Mother Hopkins has
proven to be a wonderful liieghbor
and is loved by everyone. She al
ways has a kind word for everyone.
Mr. Charles of 1524 Ave. A, has
been wth the railroad for four
years as a Pullman porter. He first
worked on extra board for three
years now he is permanetly em
ployed and can see his way clear.
He owns his own home and has one
child four years old.
Mrs. Anderson of 1214 North 25th
St. is a member of Zion Baptist
Church but on the account of ill
ness was unable to attend Church,
last Sunday. Mrs. Anderson cays she
is a great lover of the Omaha Guide
and thinks it is much improved.
Mrs. Denson of 2413 Caldwell St.
reports she attended the funeral of
her sister-in-laws father who was
buried in Independence, Mo. last
Mrs. B. L. Perry of 3009 Corby St.
reports that she attended Church
last Sunday and enjoyed a wonder
ful sermon. The weather was some
what cool but we had a good crowd.
Mr. Mose Davis of 2S0G Seward St.
is very busy these days. When the
reporter stopped byt he was build
ing a fence around his yard. He has
one in family' and that is his wife
They seem to live like two birds in
Mr. O'Neil Edwards of 2609 Cald
well has worked at Armour Pack
ing plant for eight months in the
Hog Kill. Mr. Edwards reports that
he came here from Oklahoma, City.
Since here he admires Omaha very
Mr. Dave Russ of 2864 Grant St.
has a real beautiful home and has a
family of five boys and all are in
school. The two older boys are in
High School. Mr. Russ has been em
ployed on the same job for nine
years with honor. Mr. Russ says the
longer he stays the better he likes
the job. Now he is doing seme im
provement on his lawn and it sure
Mrs. Nathan Turner of 1529 Ave.
A. in Council Bluffs has a nice little
home and is having some painting
done by Mr. Alford Buckner who is
a real decorater. Mr. Buckner is
doing a real nice job. When in need
for anything in his line, call him.
Mrs. Fred Williams of 26 North
16th St. in Council Bluffs reports
that she did not go to Church last
Sunday on account of illness. Mrs
Williams has a small garden but she
claims it is a good one but oh. the
u eather stays so cold.
Mr. M. F. Newby of 1724 Eigth
Ave. has lived in the same location
for 30 years and is a Trustee of the
Tabernacle Baptist Church and the
Adjutant of the American Region in
Council Bluffs. He has just a family
of two he and his wife. Mr. Newby
is working in the Power Depart
ment and has worked there for 23
years. He is now able to get a re
gular pay check. He is in very good
Mr. Marshall Brooks of 1621
Eigth Ave. owns his own home and
has lived in the same place for
seven years- He is a member of
A. M. E. Church and everything is
going neiely and his health is fine
at the present. Mr. Brooks reports
that the neighborhood is quiet and
a very nice place to live
Mrs. Susie McDonald of 954 No.
28th Avt. reports that Mrs. Hattie
Logan of Lexington> Kentucky was
visiting Mrs. Lillie Catherine of
Omaha. Mrs. Logan is a sister of Mr
William Hubbard and Mrs. McDon
ald. She spent two weeks in the City
and was highly entertained. Sre re
turned April 25th for home.
> Mr. and Mrs. Henery Harderman
i of 29l8 R St. have a real nice home
They have two or three renters and
a nice little garden. Mrs. Harder
man's health is fine. Mr. Harderman
I works at the packing house where
he has w'orked for five years and
says he likes it fine.
Mr. C. H. Hall of 1206 North 24th
St. reports that his business is won
derful and he wants to thank the
people of Omaha for what they have
done and what they are doin^ now.
Mr. Hall is in good health and rar
ing to go. You may call him any
time if you have something to move.
Mrs. Towles of 2626 North 24th
St. reports that she is expecting her
husband in town for a short stay.
Mr. Towles is in South Dakota. Mrs
Towles says she never felt better in
regards to her health. She failed to
attend Church last Sunday but by
all means she cannot fail next Sun
I day. She has a little garden and is
• waiting until the time comes when
. she can enjoy eating some of the
Mrs. Callie Rich of 9S6 North 25th
St. is very busy doing needle work.
She reports that she can do any
kind of work with her hands. Mrs.
Rich says she admires working with
the needle and is kept busy at all
times with the needle and the kid.
Mr Henry Miller of 2429 Hamilton
is very busy these days fencing his
yard in. Mr Miller's health seems
to be fine. He is proud to say that
he attended Church last Sunday and
enjoyed a good service.
Mrs. Alberta Channey of 2705 Ohio
St. reports that she doesn't feel so
well at the present. Her husband is
working at Swift Packing Co. ana
likes his job fine.
Mrs. Sedonna Ceasar of 5244 So.
29th is in the hospital. She was
taken there last Saturday. Her stay
Mr. John Brown of 3107 R St. says
he is trying to fix him a chair sb
when he comes in from work he
can rare back and rest. Mr. Brown
has a family of three and all are in
school. He owns his own home and
does carpenter work.
When the reporter passed Mr. and
Mrs. Cleo Davis home they were go
ing out shopping. They both seemed
to be well pleasedt looking at each
other smiling. Must have been good
FIRST MISSION OF GODSEXT
Prophet Hess, Pastor,
Ora Robinsonj Reporter ....
Services throughout the past
week were well attended. The
spirit of the Lord seemed to have j
been upon each one present. When j
we as a race of people learn to deny
ourslves and let God have the right
away in our livest God will bless
us Formality will not save us
Let us pray and prayer will change
things You are always welcome
to worship with us.
Saturday May 5th we are serving
a fish and chicken dinner at 2428 ■
Decatur St. starting at 5or 6 un- j
til all is gone
Our pastor was called out of the I
city because of the death of one in
his family. He will return May 3, ^
and his sister will return with him |
to our city for a while from Saint 1
FIRST MISSION OF THE
We are happy to announce that
Bishop Prophet Hess, pastor of the
First Mission of Godsent Eight 2734
Blondo St., will arrive home acconi
panied by his sister Mrs. Altha
Riley of East St. Louis. Ill , in
time to be the honored guest at a
dinner given by the Mission Satur
day May 5th. 1945 at 2428 Decatur
St The home of mother Sloan
Our pastor had just arrived home
on Friday, April 20th after a three
week's visit with his family in Chi
cago and was called by his sister.
Mrs. Carrie Mullen of St. Louis.
Mo., to attend the funeral of their
aunt Mrs. Delilah Strother who de
parted this life April 22rd. Our
pastor left Friday April 28th A
largely attended affair and a sad
affair Mrs. Srother was loved by
everyone and died at the age of 82
Those of you who love our pastor
come out and meet his sister and
help comfort them in their soriow.
Ora Robinson, Secretary
THE NEW EH A lOl.NG PEOPLE
The New Era Young People's Soc
iety are presenting a Surprise
Luncheon and Talent Program at
the Pilgrim Baptist Church. May
The Luncheon will be held at 7:00
P m and the Talent program at
The purpose of this affair is to
raise funds for the young people's
Back up our youth in their State
work by being present Friday even
ing. .May n at our Youth Program
MARACKCLOl'S Cl ES
hear YE! HEAR YE! Friends,
Romans and Countrymen gather a
round and rejoice for you shall see
hear, and enjoy St. ohn's Men en
tertain you with Marackulous Cues
ednesj^iay, May 9th, 1945 at St. Johns
Church 22nd and Willis at 8:30 pm.
to assist the Building Fund
Come one, come all and make
merry, a silver offering will be tak
en—be not afraid Reverend Metcalf
will take you to old Rome when
knights were bold and ladies were
fair See Doctor Quackshingle Op
erator Delux tickle your funny bone
—the Womanless Wedding and the
other antics that will thrill and
send chlls up and down your spine
HA! HA! HA! are you afraid fur,
what the night shall hold for you?
Screw your courage to the sticking
point for the night will be filled
with spirits, hilarity and gaiety!—
Be seeing you Bring a friend and
there will be a hot time in old Romt
HILLSIDE CHLHCH NEWS
Sunday morning at the J1 o’clock
service, at the Hillside Presbyter
ian Church. 30th and Ohio' Streets,
the pulpit will he occupied by the
Rev. W A. Mansur, as guest speak
The pastor will be absent for the
The Vesper Forum will convene
at the usual hour of 7:30 pm.
Come to all of these services
They are inspiring and very instruc
Mrs. Rich of 986 North 25th Ave.
has been confined to her home for
three weeks but she reports that she
is now feeling better and can make
a trip downtown to do her shopping
She was attended by Dr Herbert
Mr. William Gordon who resides
at 2413 North 29th St. is now back
at his home from the hospital where
he was taken sometime ago for
pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
have a very nice home at the above
address and are making time rais.
Mr. Saunders who lives at 2624
Grant St. has been a resident ot
Omaha a number of years. He work
ed for the Government in the Post
Office Department until he retired
about six years ago. Since that time
he has lived in his home at the
above address taking life easy. Mr
Saunders has a very nice home and
has the distinction of being a good
Mr. H. C. Garner operates a groc
ery store at 5203 South 30th St.
seems to be kept busy these days.
Those who work in his store report
that their business is wonderful.
Mr. Garner has a real nice sanitary
store and they are always on the
When the Guide reporter left the
office on last Wednesday morning
he met Mrs. Nat Towles driving her
fine car as usual. Mrs. Towles re
sides at 2926 North 24th St. The
reporter expressed his regret of her
misfortune sometime ago when her
home was burglarized and a number
of valuables taken. I could discover
the gloom passed over her face. We
all regret her misfortune.
Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell of 3015 K
St. live in a very comfortable home.
They belong to the Church of God
in Christ and report that they are
having good services. You are al.
ways welcome at our services.
Mrs. Clara White of 3010 R St.
formerly lived here but left and
went to Calif. She lived here nine
years and after which she went out
of Nebraska sexteen years. After
thinging of good Nebraska she came
I was down on the south side and
heard something I thought was a
storm approaching and it proved to
be Dr. Wesley Jones. I thought just
a few days ago Dr. was so sick he
was compelled to walk on his tip_
toes but Oh Boy someone down
there has called Dr. and he is
stepping on the gas.
Mrs. Jessie Brown formerly lived
at 33rd and R St. but will make her
future home in Chicago, 111. but
her name will be changed to Mrs.
Jessie Towers. We wish them a
long and happy married life in the
big City. She seems to be very
happy over the marriage.
Mr. B. S. Sutton of 3110 Corby St.
who formerly worked for the Guide
is now working at the Martin
Bomber Plant. I notice Mr. Sutton
can still step, he has worked at the
Bomber Plant for two years and is
still going strong.
Mr. Cornet Lafall of 250S Binney
St. has worked at Swift and Co. for
quite a while. He has a little son
and when he comes in from work
his little son keeps him busy. It re
minds one of a hen with one chick.
Macedonia Spiritual Church has
Sunday school at 9:30 A. M., Sunday
morning. Services at 11 A M. and
also Sunday night services- Wednes
day and Friday nights you are
welcome to worship with us. Hazel
Taylor reporter and Mother (1.
Mr and Mrs. Richard Murell have
purchased the home at 2304 North
29th St. and are very proud of their
home. Mr. Murrell was discharged
from the Army the 24th of Nov. He
was employed by the Union Pacific.
Mrs Beatrice Murrell, bis wife,
seems to be very happy about every,
Mrs. Ruby Ryce of St. oLuise, Mo.
is a visitor of Mrs. Brown. Mrs Ryce
reports that she likes St. Louis fine,
lots better than Omaha.
Rev. and Mrs. Mosley of 2904 No.
are stationed in their new home
listening to the Peace Conference.
Of course it was understood that
every one be very attentive. They j
have a very comfortable home.
Mrs. Lillian Bryant who formerly
lived at 2624 Charles has purchased
a home at 958 North 27th Ave. Mrs.
Bryant has a very large home. She
has room for all the family and
friends. She is kept busy with her
grand-children. There is plenty of
room for them to play and enjoy
National Negro Health Week has
ende, but not so the health program
among the Negro population of Ne
braska. Ours is a year-round task.
I wish to take this ocassion to sin
crely thank you for your loyal par
ticipation and civic pride in helping
develop Omaha's Negro Health
Week program which has met our
every expectation. I know that
throughout the year, I shall have
occassion, at various times, to sail
upon your committee or perhaps you
personally, in support of improved
healthful conditions among our Neg
ro people. During the 31 years that
the American Negro has stressed
emphasis upon health and education
We have seen changes which might
be termed "miraculous.” We have
increased our span of life to a point
where major insurance firms con- ,
sider the Negro a good ‘'risk.'’ Yesj
we have overcome many obstacles.
Our present position is indeed en
couraging. We hope our position in ,
the future will be challenging. If it j
comes to pass, civic minded, com
munity conscious, responsible per
sons as yourself will have made it
Very truly yours I
Ryland E. Melford, Sr.
Assn't Director of V. D. Education
State Health Department
Mrs. Walker of 2715 R St. reports
that her nephew. 2nd Class Petty
Offcer James Merril and his wife
visited with her and Wm E. Walker
the first of the week. He is the son
of Mrs. Asker Smith of St. Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. Grizard of 2860
Corby are pieparing a play house
for their children which anyone
should do. Mr. and Mrs. Grizard
have a real cozy home and three
children all in school. Mr. Grizard
is on his vacation from the packing
house where he has been working
for 18 years and still going strong.
They beleive in having a beautiful
Mrs. Ellis of 2530 Maple reports
that she has been sick and confined
to her home but is feeling better.
Mr. Ellis is yet working for Armour
Packing Co. and has been for 24
Mr. Janies Dodd of 2720 R St. was
taken tp the University. His com
plaint is not determined as yet. His
daughters from St. Paul, Minn, and
Lyon, yoming are at his bedside.
Mr. Chas. A. Cleveland of 2862
Corby has been somewhat ill for
two weeks but is feeing better. Mr.
Cleveland reports that he lived in
Kansas City 20 years. Since leaving
Kansas City and moving to Omaha
30 years ago he is well pleased with
Omaha. He owns his own borne and
is well satisfied.
Mrs. Cole of 2723 Corby is im
proving her home and it looks real
nice. Mrs. Cole reports that her
health has been very good. She has
three daughters and all are employ
ed except one who is going to
school. She has a son in the Army
and he reports that he is doing well
as one could expect.
Mr. Silas Jackson seems to be do
ing a good job painting the porch of
Mr. Phillips at 2874 Corby. Mr.
Jackson is a very conscientious
worker. He does painting as a side
line. He can dc carpenter work.
When in need of someone to do
that kind of wo-k call him at We.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitfield Jackson of
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2877 Maple has two children, the
youngest three months old. Mr
Jackson came to Omaha about six
months ago. Since then he has
worked at the Martin Bomber Plant
Mr. Jackson reports that he likes
Mrs. Lutie Scott 2871 Maple St
seems to be improving slowly. The
handicap at the present, she can’t
walk very well. She wants to thank
the members of Zion Baptist Church
for their kindness by sending fruit
cards, and flowers. She also wants
to thank members of theClub and
many friends who will be long re
Mrs. Bertha Peoples of 2804 Cald
well who has been sick for a couple
weeks is able to be out. Her many
friends are very proud of her re
Mrs. Dorothy Collier of 2531 Ham
ilton is much improved at the pre
sent and hopes to be out scon
Mrs. Colburn of 2811 Caldwell has
been very sick wth rhumatism but
at the present is holding her own.
She is under the care of Dr. Wes
ley Jones. We hope for her speedy
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pankey, Jr.
of3110 Corby St. own their own
home and are the parents of one
child. Mr. Pankey is a Chef cook for
the Union Pacific and has been there
fcr 11 years. Mr. Pankey reports
that he likes his job fine.
Mrs. Riggs of 3112 Corby has as
her house guest Mrs. KIrna Graves
of Chicago. Mrs Graves stopped in
Omaha a day on her way to Ogden,
Utah where she will visit her sister.
Mr. Paul Jefferson of 3108 Corby
St. is a constant reader of the
Omaha Guide and admires is very
much, so much so that lie states
that he will continue to read it. He
thinks the Guide has made a big
Mr. and Mrs P'erce of 3119 R St.
is working and doing fie Mr. Pierce
is working at Swift Packing Co. and
has been for 22 years in the Beef
Casing. Mrs. Pierce is working at
Cudahy Packing Co. She has worked
there for three years. Their daught
er works at the Delmar Hotel. The
entire family is doing fine.
Mrs. Joana Brown of 5217 South
30th St. has been confined to her
home for two months and has not
been able to work. She reports that
her husband is now working at the
Swift Packing Co.
TWO lot*, corner ami adjoining, on
Mouth went corner Slat and Grace.
Intensive frontaire on both 21ftt and
Grace, lileal for 2 or more home*,
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jz Lillian Anderson and Louise z
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24th and Lake St.s.
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Many Doctors today recommend the
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nj offending odor, and minor irritation
u —for women who want to be and
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Food is Essential
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Help feed our fighting forces by ]
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