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(BEVERLY jCHl'SB. REPORTER)
The Union Mission met at Taber
nacle ltaptist Church Sunday Sept.
23 at 3 o’clock. Mrs. Gates is the
president. The Union meets every
The BTU of Tabernacle Church is
having a heigtii rally Sunday. Sept I
30. Mrs. R. Douglass is the pres
ident and she urgeg everyone to at
Mrs. G. Scott is spending her va
cation in Calif visiting relatives.
The NAACP Youth Council met
Wednesday. Sept. 17 at Bethel AM
E. Miss Anna Trigg, chairman of
the entertainment committee, sug
gested that we have a fall tea. It.
will be given Sunday. October 14, •
at the home of Mrg. Marybelle I
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Collins
will arrive Tuesday night to spend
a week with Mrs. Helen Bowens.
Mrs. Marybelle Cruse and daughter
Mr. R. Collins was recently dis-|
charged from the army. They live •
in Peoria. Illinois.
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Ladies and Children’s Work
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These are the large roundworm
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little feed to the flock—they
eat the mixture. Treat your
flock now with Nicozine.
(The House of Quality)
164 West Broadway,
Council Bluffs, Iowa
The Twentieth Century Civic and
Art Club met Thursday Sept. 27 at
the home of Mrs. Hazel Mean. Mrs.
R. Douglass is president.
Mis® Lee of Degmoines, Iowa is
visiting Mrs. W. Teal.
The funeral of Mr. Levi Gay was
held Saturday Sept. 22 at Taber
nacle Church. He wag laid to rest
at Walnut Hill.
Mrs. Emma Turner left Tuesday
night Sept. 18 for Topekaf Kansas
where g'ne will gpend part of her va
The NAACP met Sept. 2 at"Tab
ernacle Ba.pi.iat Church for thgir
monthly meeting. Mrs. J. Banks
took charge of the meeting in thf
absence of Mr. Cooper. There wa?
a program presented by Mrs. R.
Douglass program chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper
were called to Kansas City for
the death of Mr. Cooper's father.
The Youth Council of the NAA
CP. will hold an Executive meeting
Sept. 17 at the home of Mrs. Mary.
There will also be a genera)
meeting Wed., Sept. 19th at Bethel
All young people wishing to join
are urged to get in contact with
Mr. and Mrs. C. Reeves were call
ed to Calif, for the dcath of Mrs.
Reeves’ brother-in-law and sick
ness of her sister.
The 25th Annual Session of the
Northwestern Conference and Mis
sionary Convention closed Sunday,
Sept. 9th with the Rev. J. A. Gregg
presding. Bishop presenting the
charges to the various pastors.
Council Bluffs was indeed glad
to receive Rev. and Mrs. C. H.
Copeland back for the third year.
Mrs. Marybelle Cruse and Mrs.
Iniz Willis left Tuesday, Sept. 12th
for Desmoines, Iowa for the wed
ding of Miss Clara Webb.
Mrs. Jerry Hanies entertained
the Sophisticates Saturday. Sept. 8.
Light refreshments were served.
Mrs. Brown is president. Next
meeting will be at Mrs. H. Harvey.
The Twentieth Century Civic and
Art Club held their first meeting
this season at the home of Mrs.
Thema Lytle. The new president
Mrs. Ruben Douglass took charge
of the meeting.
Mrs. R. D. Douglass was appoint
ed on the program committee of
the McMillen School PTA. to serv
ice with the principal in planning
the program of the ensuing year.
Mrs. 01ive Turner was dinner
hostess to four members of the
young set. Verle Reeves and Anna
Trigg, Norman Cave and Beverly
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Mrs Mary M. Duhcan
Relates About Her Trip
And Visit Here
MRS. MARV DUNCAN (
VISITS OLD HOME TOWN
RELATES THIP AND TELLS
OF HER VISIT HERE
An acknowledgement of another
grand opportunity.dispite con
ested travel conditions I made my
annual visit to Omaha arriving
Tuesday, August 28, to be guest of
my girlhood chum and husband,
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Houston. My
visit was shared with my sister
Mrs. Johnny Owen and family, my
neice Mrs. Dorothy Scott Glenn and
my cousin J. N. Blain ana family.
From Portland, I was accomp
anied by Mr. Duncan across to
Jackson, Mich., where we visited
his mother Mrs. Ellen Duncan, his
neice and husband Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Journey. In Saint Ann, 111.
we visited Mr. and Mrs. George
Kuntree; Mr. and Mrs. John Mea
chem and Mrs. J. E. Tuddle, my
sisters and brother-in-laws who
own acreage and new homes. In
Chicago, we were house guests of
other lifelong friends Mr. and Mrs.
Griffin Wilkerson, who motored us
about this metropolis, to meet,
greet and be entertained by form
er school mates and friends. His
vacation up by this time (much of
it expired before reservations
could be secured) Mr. Duncan re
turned to Portland and I came on
to Omaha our former home.
It is a grand reunion with family
and friends when we visit Omaha
home be it ever so hot (it was
during our stay) smoky and over
crowded with migrants, it was
home for 22 years until we moved
in li)32 to Portland, Oregon, from
when we have been returning the
past ten years. This year's visit
has been an exception, at least for
the war years, in that we’ve (the
world) celebrated and rejoiced ov
er V-J Day; peace hag been declar
ed, hostilities are ceasing, we have
every reason to believe that our
boys will soon be home—that nor
malcy will be restored.
. My arrival was saddened by the
passing of Mr. George Ray and
( Mr. Steel, long time residents of O
maha—trustee and choir members
respectively of St. John Church.
Our sympathy went out to the ber
eaved. Yes many of those we miss
from year to year as we return.
Some have moved to other localit
ies many however have stepped
behind the curtain, their voices sil
ent but memory of them lingers
It was truly a homecoming to be
in attendance at St. John Church,
(our home church) Sunday Sept. 2,
to hear that wonderful choir und
er direction of Mrs. Pearl Ray
Gibson, with Mrs. Otis Jamison and
Miss Edna Blair at the pianos,.
to hear H. B. Preston, basso, do
tha tsong of songs “Does Jesus
Care" which prefaced a powerful
message by his uncle, the Rev.
Jackson, a visitor from Daytona
Beach, Fla. ItTvas a pleasant sur
prise to see that great pulpiteer
(now Editor of fne Western Re
corder) Rev. Fred A. Hughes, who
on the following Sunday drew an
overwhelming attendance to Saint
John.his eloquent message long
will be remembered. We worship
ped in gratitude to those loyal un
tiring Christians, church men and
women of St. John whose labors
with their great chieftain and lead
er Rev. E. F. Ridley, is at last com
pleting the million dollar edifice....
Greater St. John.
It was a further pleasure to look
in on the Iowa-Minnesota Annual
Conference of the 4th Episcopal
District held at Council Bluffs,
Iowa, under that great head and
lovable personage, Bishop J. A.
Gregg. We again revelled in the
spiritual uplift as St. John’s choir
enlivened the Missionary Session.
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^We observed and deemed it credit
able as w Worshipped at Zion Bap
tist Church (know so many of its
fine members) its well organized
program .its glorified men’s
chorus, and its wonderful Senior
choir. We were told, that the
church is clear of all indebtedness
gratifying isn’t it. I observed
with pride the many suecessful
business enterprises. Noticeable
was a marked improvement in
Stock and patronage of the Hous
ton Grocery; Johnson’s Drug; the
new Waiters Club in the Hawkins'
building; the spacious USO in the
fomrer Jewell building; the Elks
Club, one of Omaha’s brghtest
spots; the Shalamar Country club,
(owned and operated by Negroes
lures the pleasure seeker, to the
great out of doors. It is indeed
gratifying the appointment of
four Negro women to the school
board gives Omaha five very cap
able teachers in the Public School
system. Miss Edna Blair, appoint
ed in 1943, haB taught in South U
maha the past two years, so we
were informed. The recently ap
pointed are: Mrg. W. P. Irvin, Mrs.
Saybert Hanger, Mrs. Alton Goode,
and ertrude Booker. Other civic
and professional personages we al
ways admire and enjoy meeting:
Mrs. Gertrude L. Craig, Office of
Domestic Relations; Mrs. Floren
tine Pinkston, after many years, ig
still teaching piano and voice;
Walter L. Seals, retired govern
ment meat inspector, has taken up
gardening as a hobby; Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Storms she with nigh' oil
to 30 years with Orchard Wilhelm
Furniture, he ag AkSarBen; Johnny
Owen (our brother-in-law) former
gtate representative and Omaha's
Bronze Mayor) is enjoying a pro
motion in the Postal service; His
brother, Joe, commanding the res
pect of physicians and nurses at
Methodist Hospital where he ig in
charge of the Dispensary; Mrs.
Dorothy Scott Glenn (our niece)
the first Negro girl to pasg the
state of Nebraska's legislature.
Served several terms; Dr. and Mrs.
A. L. Hawkins, not only have an
extengive practice, but also real
estate holdings; Dr. and Mrs. Wes
ley Jones, Dr. and Mrs. Lennox,
Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Gooden, Dr. afnd
Mrs. Wiggins Attorney and Mrs.
H. J. Pinkett, all enjoy a fine prac
tice and clientele. Misged seeing
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Myerg, promin
ent mortician; Mrs. Viola “Vi" Tur
ner, Mrs. Jessie Vann Hilton and
many others who were attending
the National Baptist Convention.
Oh the many many more aeqaint
ances and friends acquired, bu*
■ace and time Will not allow _I
must bring thig narrative to a close
I’ve saved the begt for the last, be
cause the climax to this visit was
the cordiality of my gracious hosts
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Houston, who a
bove the general courtesies to a
house guest, hostessed a party of
nine including Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
Walker (cousing of Mr. Houston)
and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Brown,
all of Kansas City, Mo. to the
Shalamar Country Club on the ev
ening of Labor Day, a delightfully
arranged breakfast for eleven
guests and later that week Mrs.
Houston was hostegs for a matinee
party at the Paramount Theatre
followed by desert luncheon at the
Brandes; Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Me
Vay’s beautiful lawn and rock gar
den (rocks collected from many
parts of the United Stateg) was the
gcene of a sumptuous buffet supper
for 34 guests including 8 of Us out.
of-towners; Mr. an<j Mrs. J. D.
By Frances’Ainsworth _ea
If your furnace acts balky, giv
ing you more smoke than heat, the
thing to do, of course, is have
it inspected by a reliable heating
man so as to ascertain and correct
the trouble. But don’t be sur
prised if he tells you that there is
nothing wrong with your furnace.
The chances might well be that in
stead of cussing the furnace, your
wrath should be directed against
Chimneys are all too frequently
taken for granted as being merely
the outlet for the furnace smoke,
with no further connection with the
furnace. Actually, the chimney is
an integral part of your heating
system, the same as the exhaust is
a vital part of your auto engine.
The chimney is not only the ex
haust flue of your furnace, but it
also is tied in to the combustion
circuit by being the valve that
permits new air to be drawn
into the furnace so that the coal
will burn. If the valve closes be
cause of becoming clogged up with
soot or masonry debris, then it
shuts off the fresh air that is es
sential to combustion. A poor fire
of low heat and lots of smoke is
the result, with the gas backfiring,
and everything acting wrong
Cleaning out a chimney, and re
pairing it if necessary, is not an
easy job, and certainly not one for
an amateur. It is part of the pro
fessional cleaning service which
some heating companies are set up
to give, and the job should be
turned over to such an expert. Nc
matter how new or how fine your
furnace, it is worthless to you i
the chimney interferes with
Blain, family dinner; Mrs. Gertrude
1 E. Kinney, buffet supper; Mr. and
t Mrs. Fred Storms, Sunday dinner, j
I which we shared to honor Mrs. L. |
B. Houston’s ? birthday. She cele
brant, wag the recipient of manv
lovely gifts; Mrs. Elese Turner’s
delighttul Dreakfast on Labor Day
the beautiful Carter Lake, was for
36 guests; 7 of them honorees_
guests afterwards enjoyed the An
nual boat racing and regetta; Mrs.
Susie Yancy and Mrs. Dorothy
Glenn, co-hostesses for breakfast;
Mrs. Win. Perkin's waffle breakfast
kept us saying Thank You; Exquis
itely appointed was Mrs. Lula
Roundtree's luncheon for 24 guests,
at her home for the pleasure of
yours Truly, and Mesdames Irene
Jones Reed, of Denver, Me ‘‘Baby”
James of Oakland, Calif., Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Artison, Mrs. L. B.
Houston shared with us, the delic
ious 3 course dinner given by Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Seals; Mrs. Joseph
Taylor was the gracious hostess
for a gala reception Sunday even
ing to compliment us; Bishop Gregg
Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Moore
(she delighting all with her beauti
ful voice) and many others from
out of town. Mrs. A. L. Hawking
assisted Mrs. Taylor. On the morn
ing of our departure after 14 days
visit, was again guest of Mrs. G.
E. Kinney for breakfast. Souven
irs and gifts were from Mrs. Ludie
Thomas. Mrs. Joseph Taylor Mvs.
Houston. Mrs. L. Roundtree, Mrs.
A. L. Hawking and Miss Myrtle
Hayden. Food, food galore was
the offering gpread at the Progres
sive 24’s picnic at Elmwood park.
PROF. JAMES R, HAMMOND
VISITS OMAHA LAST WEEK
Prof. James R. Hammond and
Company, owner of the Walls -
Hammond Trade School of Houston
Texas, completed a two night’a
Voice Recording in the city of O
niaha, Nebraska last week and
left for a one nights Performance
in Topeka, Kansas, two nights in
Kansas City, Kansas and will then
return to Houston, Texas.
Prof. Hammond is a national
voce recorder for sermons songs
anjj national reports.
While in Omaha he was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. James Bradshaw,
i 3720 John Creighton blvd. and he
I says he will return in the near fu
ture. Accompanying him were his
secretary, Miss Dorsey and Mrs.
Luella Sayles of Houston, National
Gospel Singer and one of the mus
ical directors of the National Bap
Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Alice Sims
of Houston Texas, have been In
the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Alexander of 2507 Patrick avenue.
Mr. Alexander is the brother of
Mrs. Sims. Before coming to the
city Mrs. Sims and Cooper attended
the Baptist Convention at Kansas
City, Mo. and after leaving there
went t° visit a brother in Kansas
City, Kansas. Both ladies reported
having an enjoyable time during
their stay here and eft the city
ast Monday for their home.
CAREYS TO LIVE IN CALIF.
J. C. Carey, formerly of Omaha,
now of Los Angeles has purchased
a beautiful 33-un,it apartment
house for $27,500. He announced
that Log Angeles is now hig home
ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
• On last Sunday afternoon the
“Publicity Committee’ of the exten
sion Dept., Omaha City BTU. met
at the Salem Baptigt Church to be.
gin a city-wide "Pep Tour’’ remind
ing all of the unions throughout
the city of their obligation to be
present at the City BTU meeting
on next Sunday, Sept. 30 at 5
o'clock at the Zion Baptist church,
2215 Grant gtreet. This committee
presented a very interesting and
unique program. Mrs. Walker of
Salem Baptist ihurch also a mem
ber of this committee, compoged
the Union’s theme song, entitled:
“Stand up for the City BTU.’’
Mrs. Jewell Ware, chairman of
the publicity committee extents a
very cordial invitation to the public
that you are welcome to be present
on next Sunday, Sept. 30, at 5 o’
clock at the Zion Baptist church.
Let's all come and see who gets
the Bronze cup.
Mr. Howard T. Swain President.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pegg of Wash
ington, DC, have returned east af.
[ ter visiting with his mother Mrs.
Mary Pegg and his sister Mrs.
Lindwood Hall. Mr. Pegg was
known here as Attorney Pegg. In
the army service he was a Lieuten
ant. He and his charming wife,
Mrs. John Pegg were extensively
entertained during their almost 3
I weeks’ stay in our city of which
l Mrs. Pegg Jr., spoke very favorable
j of and also as having had a very
I sincerely want to thank my
many triends and members of Clair
Chapel, especially Rev- and Mrs.. C.
C.. Reynolds, Rev.. Wade, Mr., and
Mrs.. Gray, also the American Le
gion Auxiliary for their kindness
during the illness of my brother,
Mr.. J.. C_. Coleman, who is still
seriously ill but shows some im-,
provementj. Their thoughtfulness j
and kindness shall never be forgot
ten- May God bless them all is the
prayer of his sister.
Mrs. William Hudgens•
Harvest Home Dinner
On Sunday Oct- 14th at the
Northside YWCA Mesdames Wal
ter P. Ervin and R C._ Price are
sponsoring this Festival affair for
the benefit of St- John’s Methodist
Church’s Building Fund.
Please mark this date on your
THE WAITERS’ COLUMN
(BY H. W. SMITH HA-4I.HOO)
The Omaha Club waiters topping
the service to members and their
friends at all times.
Tontenelle Hotel waiters out in
front on service with a smile.
RR boys giving attentive service
to the traveling public at all times.
Blackstone Hotel waiters going
good while the streamlined room
service man is in Alabama to bring
his mother to Omaha.
Read the Omaha Greater Guide
for all the news!
On the improve at all times are
the Paxton Hotel headwaiter and
Waiters at the Hill Hotel very
active on the job.
Regis Hotel and the White Horse
Tnn waiLeis on the up an] go these
bus y days.
Goldie Davis the streamlined
front door man and bartender can
mix a high ball rolling on the
aznes Robinson the topnotch
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Every home should have a Col-;!
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two flashy numbers. With hair,!;
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So We Just Sell—
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1718 CASS ST. AT. 4244
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t eorge Tiv i as the heavyweight
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ton (R)) of Ohio, approved by the
Senate to be Associate Justice of
the U. S. Supreme Court.
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Rentals, Insurance, Notary Public— 2424 Bristol
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FOR SUNDAY, SEPT. 10, 1945 —7
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• Real Estate, Homes
IJO YOU WANT TO BUILD YOUR
OWN HOME f I HAVE TWO LOTS
AT 33RD & MIAMI STS. EACH
50x140— A COUNTRY HOME IN
TOWN. CALL WE-2707.
Nice 5-room house, in excellent con
dition, handy to schools, churches,
street cars, 2117 Grace St. _$3,000.
Henry B. McCampbell, Realtor
216 Barker Bldg. ’ AT-8575
Modern Brick in good condition —
Separate furnace, — all complete
Good Investment f4.950.00.
RUMMAGE SALE- 24th & Maple
Sept. 29th--9 O’clock
& CLOTHING SHOP
BIG SALE—Overcoats, all sizes
Shoes, No Stamps; Ladies Dresses
Rugs, Beds, Gas Stoves and Oi
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If you are lonely, write
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• Legal Notices
Edward J. Dugan Attorney,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
In the County Court of Douglas
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF GERALD M. BOWDEN,
Deceased.—Bk. 65. P. 457.
All persons interested in said es
tate are hereby notified that a pet
ition has been filed in said Court
alleging that said deeeased died
leaving no last will and praying
for administration upon his estate.
and that a hearing will be had on
| said petition before «aid court on
the 13th day or October. 1945. and
that if they fail to appear at said
Court on the said 13th day of Oct
ober, 1945, at 9 o’clock A. M. to
contest said petition, the Court
may grant the same and grant ad
ministration of gaid estate to Sarah
Bowden, or some other suitable
Person and proceed to a settlement
ROBERT R TROYER
Omaha Guide, 3t—
W- B. Bryant, Attorney,
Notice of Administration
In the County Court of Douglas
lit the matter of the Estate of—
NELLIE CLARK, Deceased. —Bk
65, P- 464.
All persons interested in said es
tate are hereby notified that a peti
tion has been filed in said Court al
leging that said deceased died leav
I ing no last will and praying for ad
! ministration upon her estate, and
that a hearing will be had on saxi
petition before said court on the 5th
day of November, 1945, at 9 o’clock
A M... to contest said petition, tne
Court may grant the same and grant
administration , of said estate to
Lulu Woods, or some other suitable
person and proceed to a settlement
ROBERT R. TROYER,
Omaha Guide, 3t,
\V- B. Bryant, Attorney
Notice of Hearing on Petition
In the Matter of the Adoption of
In the County Court of Douglas
MAXCINE CARADINE, Minor —
Bk- 3, P„ 388. No.. 3784..
To the Parents of said child and
all other persons interested in the
You are hereby notified that a
petition was filed in the County
Court of Douglas County, Nebraska
on the 21st day of September, 1945,
by Robert A. Thomas and Rena
Thomas, residents of Douglas Coun
ty, Nebraska, praying for the adopt
ion of said minor; that a hearing
will be had on said Petition for A
doption before said Court in the
C ounty Court Room of Douglas
County, Nebraska at 9:00 o’clock A
M.. on the 5th day of November,
1945 and unless you appear at said
time and place and contest said peti
tion the Court may grant the prayer
of said petition whereby said minor
shall be adopted by Robert A
Thomas and Rena Thomas.
ROBERT R- TROYER,
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