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EASTER EGG HUNT GIVEN
■Y MRS. KILLINGWORTH
An Saster Egg hunt was given
Sunda at 3 pm by Mrs. E. Vv.
Killingsworth of 2617 Srskine St.
Th« following children paiticipa
ted: Lorraine C. Woods, He. riet
ta Woods, Beatrice Woods, Maj
ori« Halcomb. Little Sherry Andre
Harrison, Raymond Moore, Louie
Moore, Jimmie Woods, Joe Lester
Harrison, Delma Woods. John and
Richard Halcomb. The children all
bad a good time and many beauti
fu.'.y colored eggs were found.
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Culberson
«f Portland, Oregon are U.e house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Seth An
derson, 3010 Burdette St. Mrs.
Culberson is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Anderson.
* * *
VISITOR FROM ILLINOIS
• Mrs. T. H Wallace, 1387 Easton
St., Alton, 111, is visiting her bro
ther Mr E. A. Loftis and wife, of
260* Wirt St. This is the first
time Mr. Loftis has seen hi3 sister
in 28 yearss. Mr. Wallace will
leave for Sterling, Colorado. Sat
ura>1 y to visit with another bro
0 ther Mr. F. L. Loftis. Before le
tuming to Alton she also expects
to -»isit Texas.
EASTER STYLE SKETCHES ....
On last Sunday, Omaha with the
rest of the nation, turned out in
its Easter finery. North Omaha as
usual had on its best. Seen were
many loveiy spring outfits. Among
♦ « *
MRS. VERSIE WINSTON
Was seen Sunday in an espec
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ially eye appealing costume. Her
suit made by John Smith was
of black and white shepard check
made with a cardigan neckline and
a one button closing at the waist.
The jacket was made with the
new saddle shoulder and wing
sleeve, and the sleeve line was
bound in black. The large square
pockets at the bottom of the jack
et was also piped in black, and
the skirt was straight and slim.
With this beautifully designed
suit she wore a fuschia blouse with i
matching gloves and a fuschia
feather hat designed by Ethel
Simms of Chicago. The Celane3e
blouse had a jewel neckline with
tucks around it. She was wearing
silver fox furs and carried an all
leather black initial bag. Platform
soles on her black suede sandals
were trimmed in snakeskin in a
check pattern which carried out
the design of her suit. Clever
black and snakeskin bows orna
mented the sandals. She wore a
corsage of white gardenias tied
with a fushia ribbon.
* * * ’ I
LEZLIE & JERRY RIGGS |
Seen in cute brother and sister
outfits were Lezlie and Jerry
Riggs. They wore white flannel
coats. Lezlie’s was designed along
princess lines in front and was ga
thered into a tiny bustle effect.
Jerry’s coat also in white flannel
was made with a fly front. He
wore a matching cap Lezlie’s I
hat which also matched her coat»
was off the face bonnet style stit-j
ched in pink. .
The suit and dress which they
wore were made of pink shantung
and Lezlie’s dress was trimmed
with three pearl buttons down the
side and embroidery on the collar
and the panel at the end of the
scallops. Jerry’s suit hand a gcal
'oped tuxedo front with pearl but
tons. Both wore pink socks and
white shoes. Lezlie carried a
stuffed white flannel rabbit purse.
* * *
MRS. DAISY BAKER
An interesting suit in aqua blue
gabardirie was worn by Mrs.
Daisy Baker. With it she wore a
high crowned hat of shiny black
straw. She chose her accessories
in popular black patent.
* * *
MRS. NEAL JOHNSON, Mrs.
PAULINE LEWIS, MISS JOY
JOHNSON, MISS JUDITH LEWIS
Two mothers with their small
daughters who were attractive in I
their spring outfits were Mrs. Neal
Johnson and her 5 year old dau
ghter Joy and Mrs. Lawrence
Lewis and her 3 year old daugh
ter Judith Laurel. Mrs. Johnson
wore a suit in a light shade of
green. With it she wore a brown
hat and silver fox furs- Her bag
and shoes were dark green. Joy
was cute in a tomato re^ coat.
Under this she wore a blue and
white striped dress. Her hat was
of cream colored straw and she
wore white gloves.
Mrs. Lewis was attractive in',
the new short jacket suits. Hers
was black and it had little silver
buttons on the jacket. Matching
the buttons were a bracelet and
earrings from India. The ruffle
on the sleeves of her white blouse
showed beneath the cuffs of the
jacket sleeves. Her bag and shoes
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were of black patent. Especially
pretty and spring like was her
open crowned white straw hat tri
mmed with red roses and violets.
Her daughter wore a yellow dress
of rayon silk trimmed in white and
yellow. She wore a blue coat and
white gloves, and her blue hat
and bag were matching.
* * *
MRS. BETTE DAVIS PITTMAN
One of the new tunic suits was
worn by Mrs. Bette Davis Pitt
man. It was in a light tan shade
and was tightly belted at the
waistline Her hat in a matching
shade of straw was trimmed with
bright red cherries. Her bag and
shoes were black.
* * *
MRS. GRETA WADE
Was seen in a lovely suit of
gold colored wool, which she wore
with a white frilled dickey. Her
black cut out pumps were made
of suede and she carried a black
hand crochet bag. She wore a
tiny forward tilted hat trimmed
in yellow flowers and carried grey
and black fox furs
* * * ’
MRS. RICHARD GASKIN
Grey was the color chosen by
Mrs. Richard Gaskin for her suit.
It was chalk striped and had a
cardigan neckline. With it she
wore a white blouse. Her bag and
shoes were of placfc patent. The
shoes were pumps and had the
new slanting open toe- The large
brimmed low crowned black straw
she chose for her spring hat was
* * *
MRS. MARY YANCY
Was very chic in a stunning
gold colored dress of gabardine It
had a brown belt studded with
gold nail heads. Over the dress
she wore a three quarter length
brown topper. Her hat was brown
and gold and the rest of her ac
cessories were brown.
MRS. ETHEL BIDDEX
Was seen wearing a grey suit.
With it she wore lighter grey ac
cessories. Her hat was especially
interesting with its high crown
and silver chain decoration. She
wore a tan topper over her suit
and her orange gloves added a
bright color note
* * *
MISS FRANCIS COLE
Worn by Miss Francis Cole was
a black gabardine suit an^ a white
blouse. The red hat which she had
was very different being made
from a new plastic material. She
wore red gloves and her shoes and
bag were of black patent.
* * *
MRS. ROBERT ANDERSON
MISS GUENIVERE ANDERSON
. * * *
Mrs. Robert Anderson chose for
her Easter outfit one of the sea
sons latest fashions, a bolero suit.
The suit wa blue and with it she
wore a red. blouse. For accessor
ies she Chose a matching bag and
sandals of Cobra snakeskin. These
Were also red- Mrs. Anderson’s
small daughter Genivere, wore a
suit of blue plaid wool. Her little
scotch hat and bag were of blue
* * *
MRS. VERNEDA COOPER
A charming visitor to Omaha
\v ag very stylish Sunday in brown
and beige. Her suit was beige with
a line of dark brown threaded thru
the material. The suit was styled
with a rounded neckline and had
two large buttons ornamented
with a mirrored star and nail
heads at the neck and waistline.
With her suit she wore a brown
chiffon blouse with a bow tie neck
line. The blouse was hemstitched
all around to form sheer stripes.
It buttoned with sheer buttons
down the front. The brown hat
she wore was a glorified pillbox
and was trimmed with sheer' nich
ing all around. This formed a brim
effect. Her shoes were brown rep
tile pumps and she carried a brown
corde bag with a lucite handle.
MISS DOROTHY WATSON
AND HER SONS
Another item in the Easter par
ade was Miss Dorothy Watson and
sons, Conrad and Dennis. The boy,
were dressed alike as they look
very much like twins anyway.
They were wearing brown tweed
suits, and wide brimmed brown
tweed caps. Their top coats were
of light blue tweed. Bright multi
colored socks and brown oxfords
completed the outfits worn by the
little boys Their mother wore a
light gold tailored suit with a
white ruffled georgette blouse.
Over her suit she wore a short
black single button twill coat. Her
hat was of black straw adorned
with a bevy of yellow cabbage
roses, green leaves and veiling.
Her accessories consisted of black
kid gloves, and the new black
plastic shoes and bag.
NEAR NORTH SIDE BRANCH
PHYSICAL FITNESS SHOW
Mark Wednesday, May 1st on
your calendar as the date for the
Physical Fitness show to be stag
ed at the Near North Side Branch
YMCA 22nd and Grant St. Spon
sored by Urban League, Hillside
Presbyterian Church, Woodson
Center, City Recreation, and the
The following boys have made
entries in the Boxing and Wrest
ling section of the great show:
Pierre McFalls, David Triplett,
Hercules Shepard, Lawrence Jen
nings, Denny King, Warren Woods
George Battles, Bobby Battles,
Sam Williams, Eddie Baugh, Ed
die James, Roy Faulkner, Clifford
Triggs, Leon Binns and Larry
Cook. Rope skipping, tumbling,
calastcnics and many other events
will go to make this a great show
* * *
COL. C. ROSS GREENING
HEAR Col C. Ross Greening, a
former member of the original
Tokyo Doolittle Raiders, and Pri
soner of War in Stalag Luft I re
late his experineces at the NEAR
North Side Branch YMCA—Jew
ell building Thursday, May 2nd,
8:30 pm. The Imperialist Choral
Ensemble wil provide the music
for the evening.
* * *
CHARLES DAVIS APPOINTS
Charles Davis, chairman of thc
Committee of Management of the
‘Y’ appointed the following men
to serve as chairmen of these com'
Ralph Adams, Membership; Rev.
E. B. Childress, Spiritual Empha
sis; Fathei. S. G. Sanchez, World
Service; Marty Thomas, Physical
SOFT BALL SCHEDULE
FOR THE WEEK
Mon. April 29 4:30 F. Homes vs
Ghosts—5:30 Long vs St. Bene
dicts—6:30 Lake vs Tigers
Tues. April 30 5:30 4 C vs 7 UP
6:30 HSS vs So. Omaha—
Thurs. May 2....5:30 HSS vs 4C—
6:30 So. Omaha vs 7 UP
Fri. May 3. .4:30 St. Benedicts vs
Tigers—5:30 Lake vs Ghosts—6:30
St. Benedicts vs Lake.
* * *
THIS IS YOUR “Y”
Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Minnie Gibson, corresp
onding sec’y, the Modernistic 12
Social Club held its regular meet
ing. All mmbrrs'-were present with
the exception of two.
The following guests were pre
sent: Mrs. Gertrude Ashby, Mrs.
Pinkie Speece, and Mrs. Pearl
Wilson of Minneapolis, Minn
Four members of the Club were
models for the Quack Style Re
vue on April 22. They were Mrs.
Mary Faucett, Mrs. Greta Wade,
Mrs. Ethel Killingsworth and Mrs.
A tasty luncheon was served by
the hostess. The next meeting
will be held May 14 at the home
of Mrs. Mary Faucett at 3231
Mrs. Greta Wade, pres.
Mrs. Ethel Killingsworth, rep.
Mrs. Joseph Taylor, 2859 Miami
St., had a very plasant surprise
Easter Sunday when her son Mr.
Joseph S. Taylor for the first time
in 11 years, came to Omaha to
visit her Mr. Taylor is from Port
land, Oregon. On Tuesday night,
April 23, Mrs. Taylor gave a par
ty in his honor. A delicious buffet
supoer was Served. Her son was
in Omaha four days.
Mrs. Taylor left Wednesday
April 24 for a visit to St. Louis,
and from there she will go to Col
umbus, Ohio. Her plans are indef
inite as to the length of time she
will be away.
MERRY MAKERS MEETING
The meeting of the Merry Mak
ers was held at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Wade Gray, 2628 Deca
The meeting was called to order
by the president and the minutes
A picnic was discussed and plan
ned for May 30th for club mem
bers and their families only. All
the members agreed th&t it should
be held at Elmwood Park.
The Entertainment Committee
was called together to list and
price needs for the picnic and the
list is to be presented to the chair
man at the next meeting to be
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
William Franklin, 975 N- 27th St.
Since no further business was to
be discussed, the meeting adjour
ned and refreshments served.
Herman Franklin, pres.
Thelma Williams, sec’y •
Jean Devereaux, rep.
SOCIETL NEWS .....;_ _ _
Mr. Sam E. Hill arrived from
Dallas Sunday night. He reports
that Dallas is on the boom. Mr.
Hill will leave on the 23rd and he
hopes to take back with him Mrs.
Hill who has been living in Omaha
± ± *
MRS. GREER ENTERTAINS
Mrs. Anne Greer of 2214 North
28th St., entertaind a group of
ladies at her home on Friday,
April 19th. These ladies meet
every two weeks at the homes of
various members of the group.
Friday evening was spent playing
po-keno and a lovely luncheon
was served hy the hostess.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Britt, Mrs
Pauline Lewis and daughter, Mr.
Peter Farmer and Mr- Donald Ta
tum, were breakfast guests Eas
tes morning of Mr. and Mrs. Ross
• • •
Loretta Mae and Don Roy Moore
son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Moore of
2858 Burdette St., ’ celebrated
their birthdays with a joint birth
day party on Wednesday, April
17. Loretta mae was 5 and Don
Roy was 3 years old. Ice cream,
cake and open face sandwiches
were served to the little guests.
Paper caps and whistles added to
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For if you’ve had difficulty making
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Make your tart shells early in
the day. Just before serving, fill
with the sweetened strawberry
mixture and top with cream. Then
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STRAWBERRY TARTS \
4 cups fresh straw- % teaspoon salt
berries or rasp- 6 baked tart shells
berries Vi cup cream
V£ cup sugrar whipped
1 tablespoon flour*
Combine Vi cup strawberries,
sugar flour and salt. Foil gently 2
minutes. Cool Add remaining 3 Y2
cups strawberries to cooked fruit
and mix carefully. Just before
serving fill tart shells with fruit
mixture. Top with whipped cream.
Mix 2 cups sifted ALL-PURPOSE
FLOUR and 1 teaspoon SALT.
Measure out % cup SPRY.
Step 1 for Tenderness — cut in
about % of the Spry with pastry
blender or two knives until as fine
Step 2 for Flakiness — cut in re
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Sprinkle 4 tablespoons cold Water
over different parts of mixture.
Mix thoroughly, with fork, until
all particles cling together and
form a ball of dough. Roll dough
% inch thick and prick with fork.
Cut in 5-inch rounds and fit over
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the festivities. As each guest left
they received a favor in the form
of Easter boxes filled with candy.
Many lovely gifts were received
by Loretta and Don.
* * *
On April 11, at the home of Mr
and Mrs. Raymond Hudson of
2817 No. 28th Ave., Miss Gerald
ine Haynes became the bride of
Mr. Travis Dixon. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. Charles
Favors of Pilgrim Baptist Churcn
Guests at the ceremony were Mr.
William Harvey of Co. Bluffs; Mrs
Novella Cage, sister of the bride;
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Dixon; Mrs.
Christine Allen and her neice, Miss
Greta Jean White, and Mr .and
Mrs. Fred Dixon. After the cere
mony the wedding party journey
ed to the home of the grooms'
mother where she was surprised
with a party in honor of her birth
* * *
Little Joy Johnson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Johnson of
2316 Paul St., was a participant
in the Junior Coronation held re
cently at Bethel AME Church.
SANFORD HAS THREE
After 23 months in the South
Pacific, Thomas Sanford, son of
Rev. and Mrs. T. J Sanford, for
mer pastor of Bethei AME Church
is back in Omaha. Mr. Sanford
saw action on Saipan, Okinawa,
and Tinian, and has three battle
stars. His outfit, the 3rd Ammu
nition Co., received a presidential
unit citation for outstanding duty
on Saipan. Sanford, who has a
medal for expert rifleman marks
manship, was also stationed in the
Hawaiin Islands. He held the rank
of corporal while in the Marines.
* * *
Mrs. Charles Solomon, 2615
Maple St., who is ill in a local
hospital, is improving slowly
* * »
The Sisters of St. Andrews of
St. Philips Episcopal Church gave
thier Annual Easter Breakfast on
Sunday morning, April 21st, from
7:30 to 9:00 am. It was a very
enjoyable affair. An atmosphere
of spring was caught in the floral
decorations of Easter lillies and li"
lacs. The breakfast was well at
tended with approximately 160
persons being served.
* * #
The Church of God Sunday
School held its Annual Easter
program Sunday night at 8 pm
The recitations and songs were
given. Especially lovely were two
vocal solos. One was “The Holy
City” sung by Mrs, Ruth Dorsey
and the other was “The Prayer
Perfect” sung by Mrs. Faye Dan
iels. Both were accompanied by
Miss Audrey Forrest.
Easter eggs were passed out
after the program and the Primary
Class received little Easter boxes
filled with candy. Mrs. Britt who
is supt. of the Sunday School had
charge of the program.
* * *
A Benefit Concert to raise camp
funds for underprivileged children
will be given May 16th at the Tech
High School Audiorium, by the
Council of Colored Church Women
They are presenting Mrs. Rosie
Jones, contralto and dramatic rea
der, Miss Lee Haney, soprano and
Mr. Robert Malone, accompanist.
They are Carnegie Hall artists of
New York. Each ticket will help
in sending some underprivileged
- STORY IN PRINT *
The mature woman and her needs
haven’t been neglected in Fashion '
Frocks’ new spring collection.
Clothes have been designed for her
alone. Dresses that are wise in
womanly ways, planned to do the
most for a matron’s face and her
“Madame, your birthdays don’t
show,” it says here in fine print
The flora and fauna of spring are
etched on fluid rayon jersey to take
a smart matron poised and pretty
from spring into summer. A draped
skirt seems to slim the hips. And
a T-square grosgrain band is punc
| tuated with bright buttons and ex
! tends into the skirt for a pleasing
vertical note that adds height.
Bracelet-leogth sleeves complete
the story m print.
“What a fine figure of a woman,"
says this Fashion Frock of the
child to camp this summer All]
Mrs. Cora Haynes, President
* * *
Mrs. Mary Smith of 2423 Deca
tur left Monday April 22, for Kan
sas City to attend the funeral of
her sister, Mrs. Julia Philips who
passed away April 21.
* * »
Easter Sunday morning at 10 !
o’clock the Sunday School of Clair
Church had its Easter program.
Sunday evening at 8 o’clock, a
candlelight service was held fol
lowed by an Easter Pageant given
by the Women’s Society of Christ
* * *
Mrs. Alberta Norman of 2873
Binney St., had as her house
guests for a few days Mr- and Mrs
Clyde Tyler of Denver, Colo., and
Sgt. Miller, recently from Calif
After leaving Omaha, they went
to Witchita, Kansas.
* * *
Howard Kennedy PTA held its
regular meeting Tuesday April 23
at 2 pm. The program for the dav j
was a panel discussion and the
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subject was “Recreation”. Speak-,
ers were Miss Geneva Burney,
Girl Reserve Sec’y of the North
side YWCA, Mr. John Butler, se
cretary of the Near Northside YM
CA, and Mr. Arthur B. McCaw,
Boy’s Work sec’y of the Omaha
Election of officers was also the
order of the day. New officers will
be announced next week. Mrs. L.
C. Simmons is president, and Mrs.
Helen H. Curry is program chair
* * *
Mr. Charles Hughes of Oakland,
Calif , was in Omaha visiting his
mother and father, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hughes of 1836 No. ‘21st
St. Mr. Hughes left Monday night
April 22, for his home.
* * *
Mrs. Alma Triplett of 2711 Wirt
St., is visiting her mother and
other relatives in Fort Worth,
Texas and the adjoining state.
OMAHA WELCOMES BACK!
Omaha welcomes back Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy Thomas who have been
residing in New York City. Mrs.
Thomas is from Mexico.
Mr. Leroy Thomas is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomas, 3020
Mrs. Hirkwood Hicks, and her
charming daughter Valarie Lynn,
have arrived home from Shelby,
Miss., where she was visiting her
family. Mrs. Hick’s husband is in
the armed forces and is doing oc
cupation duty in Manila.
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Mrs. Alyce Howard, 2863 Ohio
Street, informed us of the death
of her uncle, Mr. Dewitt Jackson
of Kansas City, Kansas. Most of
us remember Mrs. Howar^ as the
young lady who played those fine
piano recitals at St John’s church
almost ten years ago.
COMMITTEE LAUNCH DRIVE
The Omaha Chapter of The
American Veterans Committee
will meet Friday, April 26 at 8
pm. in the Green Room at the
Elks Club in downtown Omaha
to formulate plans for an all out
membership is opened to men and
women of all branches of the
service and to members also of
the Merchant Marines and also to
former members of the Armed
Forces of Allied Powers, accord
ing to John McAvin, local Chair
Heading the evenings business
will be the election of delegates to
the National Convention at Des
Moines in June where a perma
nent constitution will be written,
embodying all the principles sup
plied by the National Delegates.
Final approval of the constitution
will be by democratic acceptance
of the delgates in attendance.
The Omaha Chapter of the
American Veterans Committee
said Mr. McAvin, plans an em
ployment committee in co-opera
tion with the United States Em
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