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MONDAY BRIDGE CLUB ENTER
TAINS 88 AT LOVELY
At the Masonic Hall on Thursday,
May 16th, one of the season’s loveli
est affairs was given, when the Mon
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day Bridge Club gave a May Break
fast. Each year at the end of the club
season this group gives a party, lunch
eon, or other social affair. This year
they chose the breakfast for their end
of the season event.
In a setting of springlike beauty, 88 J
guests enjoyed a breakfast of ham and
eggs, hominy, hot biscuits, coffee and
The tables were beautifully decor
ated with tea roses and sweet peas
which had been sent from Los Ange
les, California by Mrs. Helen Banks,
sister of Mrs. Gertrude Craig and Mrs.
Roberta Bailey. The napkins w'hich
were used were very clever. They j
were of white trimmed with a blue
edge and Monday written in gold
letters in one comer. The ladies in,
their beautifully colored spring dress-1
es added further to the gay atmos-j
phere. * i
On arrival each guest registered at
Mrs. Y’iola McFall is president of
the club, Mrs. Ludie Thomas vice]
president, Mrs. Mamie Mason, secre
tary, and Mrs. Hattie Hawkins, treas-1
Other members are: Mrs. Belle
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| Taylor, Mrs. Gertrude Craig, Mrs.
1 Robert Bailey, Mrs. Pearl Starks, Mrs.
| Camie Webster, Mrs. Addie Seals,
i Mrs. Ocia Cooper of Council Bluffs,
and Mrs. Florence Johnson. Every
one who attended had a delightful
time. After breakfast guests were en
tertained at games.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT THE
WAITERS KEY CLUB
Wednesday night is ladies’ night at
the Waiters’ Key Club. Of course the
gentlemen may come too, but it is a
special night for the ladies and the
prizes given are for the ladies.
On Wednesday, May 15 the winner
of the prize was Mrs. Geraldine
Brown. The hostess for the evening
was Mrs. Lewis Moffett, 2115 Bur
dette Street. Every Wednesday a dif
ferent hostess is chosen.
Tables are set up for bridge or
whist, and often bingo is played.
Tasty food is prepared and served
free of charge to all. Wednesday night
at the Waiters’ Key Club is a night
of enjoyment for the ladies, because
they are the special guests for that j
Some of the ladies and gentlemen
who attended Ladies’ Night on May
15, were: Mrs. Elizabeth Howard,
Mrs. C. Beens, Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Johnson, Mrs. J. Phillips, Mrs. Her
man Smith, Mrs. Lucyle B. Avant,
Mrs. lone Fellows, Mrs. Mable Jack
son, Mrs. Jesse Allen Jr., Mr. John
Logan, Mrs. Beatrice Wilson, Mrs.
Loua Green, Mrs. Delores Harding,
6052 So. Vernon, Chicago, Mrs. Lelia
McFowler, Mrs. M. S. Johnson, Mrs.
J. F. Wilson, Mrs. L. Wilson, Mrs.
Willis Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest F.
Morrison, Miss Nona L. Abram, Lt.
and Mrs. Everett L. Jones, 541 W. |
Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Mr. and |
Mrs. Henry Wilson, and Mrs. Rosie j
Mrs. S. C. Hurt of 2856 Wirt St.
is still on the sick list. She hopes to
be out soon.
TEACHERS AT LONG
Due to an error last week Mr. W.
Fletcher was said to have been the
physical instructor at West Side school, j
Since his return from the army two
months ago he teaches the seventh
grade at Long school.
The Benefit Concert given by the I
Council of Colored Church Women
and presenting Camegie Hall Artists
Lee Haney, soprano, and Rosie Lee
Jones, contralto, was enjoyed by music
lovers on Thursday night, May 16, at
Technical High Auditorium. The pro
gram was a well rounded one, the
singers rendering selections by Veidi,
Brahms, Schubert, Puccini, and others.
Mrs. Cora Haynes is president of
the Council of Church Women and
Mrs. Gertrude Brooks was the chair
man in charge of the concert.
Patrons were Mr. and Mrs. William
Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Banbury',
Lieut. Col. and Mrs. L. W. Haney,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Johnson, and
Mrs. J. F. Johnston
MRS. KILLINGSWORTH CALLED
Mrs. E. W. Killingsworth of 26171
Erskine St. left Sunday, May 19, for
Muskogee, Oklahoma where she was
called due to the death of her cousin,
Mr. J. W. Hazelton. After the funeral
Mrs. Killingsworth will go to Paris,
Texas where she will visit for a few
days with her husband’s family, in
cluding his father, Mr. George Kil
lingsworth. Mrs. Killingsworth plans
to be gone for about two weeks.
RECEIVES NA V Y DISC HA RCE
Mr. W illiam \K ardell Hill has just
been discharged from the navy after
3 years service. He has returned to
Omaha after a months leave in New
York, New Jersey, and Ohio. He is
now staying at tbe home of his sister
Mrs. Marguerite Hill of 1432 No. 22nd
St. Mr. Hill has been well entertained
at parties and other social affairs.
* * *
MR. AND MRS. H ADE ENTERTAIN
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wade of 2715
Binney St., entertained at dinner at
their home on Mothers Day, May 12.
Honored was Mrs. \K ade’s mother Mrs.
Lena McCook Also guests were Mrs.
IK ade's sister-in-law Mrs. Roma Bux
ton and daughter Greta, and Mrs. Do
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RETURNS FROM K. C.
Mrs. Martha Lawson of 2214 No. 29
has just returned to her home after
a trip to Kansas City, Mo. where she
visited with other relatives including
her sister and nieces Mrs. Lawson was
away for about a week.
* * *
PEAK-McKIMM WEDDING .
On Sunday morning May 19th at St. |
Benedict’s Church at 24th and Grant i
St., Miss Ernestine McKimm became
the bride of Mr. Albert Peak. The
bride was lovely in a white French
organdy wedding gown and a finger
tip length veil. He bouquet was of
yellow roses. She wore blue net and
carried a bouquet of blue larkspur
and pink snapdragon. The bride’s sis
ter, Miss Geraldine McKimm, was the
bridesmaid and was gowned in pink
French organdy. She also carried a bou
quet of larkspur and snapdragon. The
best man was Mr. George Jackson.
A reception for the newlv married
coup]e was held at the YWCA be
tween 12 and 1 pm. Assistants were
Miss Imelda Nelson and Miss Shirley
Hicks. The very beautiful wedding
cake was baked by Mrs. Cora Burton.
Many beautiful and useful gifts were.
received by the couple.
JOHN COOK RETURNS
Mr. John H. Cook, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Cook of 2618 No. 20th
St., was recently discharged from the
navy. He received his discharge from
Charleston, S. C. Mr. Cook arrived in
Omaha Sunday, May 19. _
* * »
MISS JEWELL MILLER TO
GRADUATE FROM OMAHA U.
Miss Jewell Miller will graduate
from the University of Omaha Monday
June 3. Miss Miller majored in educa
tion and will receive her Bachelor of
Science degree. She has been practic
ing teaching at Dundee School in the
3rd grade and also the kindergarten.
Miss Miller is the vice-president of
the Honorary Educational Fraternity.
In addition she s a member of the Wo
men’s Athletic Association, the Wom
en’s Chorus ,and the Indepedants. The
latter is a social fraternity.
She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David O. Miller of 2212 Ohio St.
* * *
HOWARD KENNEDY PTA.
Tuesday afternoon, May 14, Howard
Kennedy closed another successful
year with a very impressive and help
ful program. Pre-school round up with
Mr. Don Warner member Health pro
gram for the school board showing a
health picture ‘Getting the Child Rea
dy for School"’. Mrs. Grace Pinckney
head of the school nurses gave a brief
resume of the care of children’s teeth.
Mrs. Lula Jones, head of the Kinder
garten Dept., talked briefly on some
of the vital training a child should
have before entering school.
Mr. Frank Barris, organizer of the
Covered agon Boy Scouts, presented
the school with a Boy Scout Charter.
He also expressed himself with refer
ence to the fine work being done thru
this organization and how needful it
is to the boys with the co-operation
of parents and guardians. The retir
ing president, Mrs. L. C. Simmons,
presented the Scout Charter to Mrs.
Laura Heacock, principal of Howard
Kennedy. The attendance of the pre
school mothers was 100 per cent plus.
Miss Heacock honored each mother
with a corsage. Mrs. Ida Loveless, the
retiring vice-president, presented Rev.
E. Gordon, pastor of Hillside Presby
terian Church. The official staff for
the following school year is: Mrs.
Helen Curry, president, first vice-pre
sident, Miss Laura Heacock, second
vice-president, Mrs. Ernestine Kerr,
secretary, Mrs. Alberta Norman, treas,
Mrs. L. C. Simmons. Rev. Gordon in
stalled them to their various offices.
Mrs. Jones served the children ice
cream and cookies, and milk. The PTA
served refreshments. With brief re
marks from each new officer, the meet
ing closed. Too much cannot be said
for Mrs. L. C. Simmons, the retiring
president. She did a wonderful work
of competant leadership.
TO ENTERTAIN HOWARD
Miss Helen Jean Gray, Miss Emma
Jenkins and Miss Jesse Norman will
be co-hostesses when they entertain the
8th grade graduating class at Howard
Kennedy School Tuesday evening. May
28th at the Y WCA. Miss Gray is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd F.
Gray of 2716 Corby St. Miss Norman
is the daughter of Mrs. Alberta Nor
man of 2873 Binney St., and Miss Jen
kins is the daughter of Mrs. Leella
Simmons of 2922 Grant St.
* * *
Howard Kennedy presented their
Kindergarten Class in a Tom Thumb
Yfcedding Friday afternoon, May 23.
* * *
Howard Kennedy willhold its 8th
Grade commencement exercises at the
school Monday, May 27th at 2 o’clock.
After the exercises, the PTA will
serve refreshments to the graduates
their parents and friends.
* * *
PARTY FOR LONG SCHOOL
The PTA of Long School will give
a party for Long School graduates on
Wednesday, May 29th at the Logan
Fontenelle Recreation Center from 7
until 9:00. Games will be played dur
ing the evening and refreshments will
be served to the young people. Mrs.
Gadys Srvin is in charge of the ar
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MISS LOIS TURNER IS NURSE
Miss Lois Turner graduated from
Genera! Hospital No. 2 in Kansas City,
Mo., Tuesday evening, May 21. Miss
Turner has been in nurses’ training
for the past three years at that hospi
tal. She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. Turner of 2526 Blondo St.
Mrs. Turner went to Kansas City for
the graduation of her daughter.
* * *
SUB DEB HOP
Miss Jaqueline Goodlett was chos
en Miss Sub Deb at the Sub Deb Hop
sponsored by the Alpha Kappa Sorori
ty. The Carnival and Hop was held
at the YMCA last Wednesday. Miss
Goodlett received an AKA emplem and
C. M. E. CONFERENCE
Mrs. Stamps, 2114 Lake St., has only
recently returned from St. Louis, Mo.,
where she attended the General Con
ference of the CME Church. Three
bishops were lected at the conference.
They were Bishop Steward, Bishop
Lewis and Bishop Young. Also attend
ing the conference was Rev. and Mrs.
Wade and Mr. A. L. Allen.
* * *
Mr. J. Wr. Porter, of 2013 No. 23rd
who has been ill for ten days, was
moved May 22 to the Lutheran Hosp
ital. His condition shows improvement.
* * *
THE QUACK CLUB
The Quack Club of the YWCA met
Friday night. There were 18 members
present. The Music Chairman, Mil
dred Bailey had for the evening the
best vocal and instrumental talent.
Music selections were played by Mary
Alice Beechars. George Wheeler and
Claudette. Miss Bleechars and Master
Wheeler favored us with three num
bers. Miss Neal with four. They are the
pupils of Mrs. J. Fallison. Alva Jones,
the Social Chairman, served refresh
Leola Jones, pres.
Roma Buxton, rep.
VISIT OMAHA BY PLANE
Visitors in Omaha for the past week
were Mrs. A. Charles Hunter and Mrs.
J. L. Allen of Columbus, Miss. They
were visiting with their stisters, Mrs.
Emma Carter, 2215 Burdette and Mrs.
Anna Greer, 2214 No. 28th Ave. They
flew to Omaha by plane and are plan
ing to return the same way as Mrs.
Hunter must be some by Sunday May
25th to present a recital. Mrs. Hunter
is an accomplished pianist.
Mrs. Hunter’s husband, Dr. A. C.
Hunter, is a physician in Columbus
and Mrs. Allen's husband, Dr. Allen,
a pharmacist. Dr. Hunter is a member
of the Sigma fraternity while his bro
in-law belongs to the Alphas. Both Mrs
Hunter and Mrs. Allen are members
of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.
While in Omaha friends have kept '
the two visitors socially busy. They'
also visited with Mr. and Mr. A. L.
Reynolds of 2719 Corby St. Mrs. Al
len is a former school friend of Mrs.
Reynolds. This is the fourth trip to
Omaha by the two visitors.
PUBLIC SCHOOL COMMITTEE
An organization meeting of the Cit
izens Public School Committee was
held Tuesday evening, May 14. The
committee chairman, W. Dean Vogel,
and the members, Ford Bates. Gordon
Gray, E. F. GWynne-Vaughan, Dr. j
Herman Jahr, Mrs. Henry Lucas,!
Henry Xeef, John Rippey, W. O. ■
Swanson, Mrs. Sam Theodore, Lau
rens Williams and Clarence Witt, de
cided they are an independent fact
finding committee, whose main inter
est and concern shall be the welfare]
of the pupil. In order to get all the
pertinent information available, they
will seek the counsel of the various
groups and organizations w’ho are in
terested in the public schools of
. JUNIOR RED CROSS
In September 1945 Long School
formed our first Red Cross Council.
This 'Council consists of boys and
girls of the 7th and 8th grades; nine
in all. During the year we have con
tributed to the Junior Red Cross each
Among the articles that were made
and sent are: 500 menu covers, 500
tray doilies; 300 nut cups, filled with
candy; 2 doz. scrap books; covered a
dozen novels from the back of the
Red Book magazine; 200 carnival caps
Christmas, the Council supplied three
families with baskets and toys. We
cleaned a home and supplied food sta
ples, 2 sheets, a rug and bedding.
Clothing for the four children that
would keep them over a period of
six months. These things we gathered
from our homes and friends of our
parents. We raised our funds by two
plays presented at Christmas time,
by the sa]es of clothes hangers. For
the Children’s Fund, we raised 816.50
in the school.
We have bought literature by Negro
authors, suitable for all of our grades
with money raised by our sale of home
made candy in the school. W’e are
presenting the books to our school on
the day of our graduation, May 28,
Members: Shirley Gordon; Eloise
Wade; Harold Watkins and Terry
Other members are Velma McRae
Jackson and Rose Williams.
Mary Rose Nicholson, pre.
Lucille Atkins, sec’y.
Mrs. lone W. Hanger, sponsor
NEAR NORTHS1DE BRANCH
BOXING SHOIT TO BE STAGED
The YMCA promises the sporting
fans of Omaha another real treat on
Wednesday May 29th, when another
group of punchers square off in the
ring to determine the winners of the
leather punchers. Leonard Hawkins
and Buddy McCrea who are arrang
ing the bouts state that the entries are
coming fast for the show and will in
clude boys from South Omaha. Hill
side Presbyterian Church, Council
Bluffs and the YMCA. Kennv Morris
and Tom Carodine from Boys Town
along with Tex Boddie will be guest
officials. Don’t forget the date May
29th, at 8 pm. Admission will be 15!
and 25 cents.
WORLD SERVICE COMMITTEEMEN
HEAR CHINA SPEAKER
Father S. G. Sanchez, Mr. C. C. Gal
loway and John R. Butler .attended a
dinner meeting of World Service Com
mitteemen at the Omaha YMCA on
Monday night. Mr. Paul Moritz, of
China, who is in the states on furlough
was the speaker emphasizing the work
of the \ MCA in China and the effect
that this service is having on shaping
the lives of the thousands of Chinese
Christians in that country. The mem
bers were guests of Mr. J. F. Berner,
chairman of the World Sen-ice Com
mittee of the Omaha YMCA. An ed
ucational program is being planned by
the Near North Side Branch in an
effort to acquaint the people on the
World Service Work of the YMCA.
The committee for the promotion of
the Great Lakes Double Quartette in
Omaha on June 17th met at the ‘Y*
on Wednesday, May 15th. Members of
the committee which is headed by Mrs
Ruby B. Reese are: Mr. H. L. Pres
ton: Atty. Ralph Adams; Mr. Book
er Washington: Mr. Walter Bell; Miss
Blanche Lee Wright; Mrs. Anna Mary
Kennedy and Mrs. Alice Wilson.
MEMBERSHIP CA MPAIGN
The Near North Side Branch YM
CA in its initial membership campaign
are asging interested men to take out
$5 memberships in order that the
Branch work might progress more ra
pidly and in order that they might be
able to carry out more activities.
The boys who are members of the
Near Northside Branch YMCA will
be happy to learn of the swimming
periods which have been arranged for
the first and third Wednesdays in each
month beginning in June from 11:15
to 12:00 noon. Cards can be secured
from the Near North Side Branch and
the boys will be accompanied to the ■
Omaha ‘Y’ by leaders. Expert instruc-1
tors are in charge of the swimming
pool and this will give opportunity for1
the boys to take advantage of the'
swimming for the summer. Get your
membership in now.
THIS IS YOUR “Y” LET’S USE IT!
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HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
Bonner Arnett, 971 No. 27 St.
Theodore Cunningham, 2103 Maple
Lawrence Wilkerson, 2716 Charles
Naomi Francis Duhart, 5310 So. 30th
Margaret Alice Fowler, 3116 Corby
Marceline Floyd, .... I
Delores Jeanette Gordon. 1801 No. 28
'uanifa Ann He nsrer. 1915 No. 28th I
Jean Jackson, 2624 Decatur
Della Mae Jones, 2531% Lake
Jo Ann Thompson, 3100 Chicago
Marian Frances Thompson, 3100
Katherine Louise Wilburn, 2108 Miami
TECH HIGH SCHOOL
June Benford, 2421 Caldwell
Dorothy H. Brown, 2403 No. 28
Bettie Bryant, 2855 Ohio
Helen Carpenter, 2030 Maple
Lester Corbin, 2011 No. 28th
Jerome Daniels, 2018 No. 22nd
Weldon Dyson, 2514 No. 27th
Henrietta Fitch. 1004 No. 24th
Isabel Hall, 2512 Caldwell
Vera Harris, 1419 No. 24th
Thelma Jean Hill, 1414 No. 22nd
Raymond L Hudgins. 2225 Franklin
DeLois Jackson, 2006 Maple
Katie Johnson, 2821 R Ave.
Eloise Jones, 3024 Corby
Jean Louise Jones, 2107 Ohio
Bette McDonald, 2226 Charles
Keneth Samuels, 2806 Binney
Vanda Meehan, 2107 Locust
Virginia Merrill, 2634 Corby
LaVon Monday, 1502 No. 28th
Dorothy M. Morgan. 1203 No. 26th
Frank Sanders, 2234 Ohio
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BROTHERHOOD OF SLEEPING
CAR PORTERS PROTEST
Chicago, -Illinois, May 17, 1946—
At the midwestem headquarters of the
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters
A. Philip Randolph, International
President, announced that his organi
zation had submitted a brief to the
National Mediation Board in protest
against the Board’s decision extend
ing the base and scope of the bar
gaining unit of the Pullman car clean
ers and yard forces to include the shop
craft employes. Mr. Randolph charged
that the ruling definitely favors the
Brotherhood of Railway Carmen and
the Railway Employes Department of
the A. F. L., which includes: machin
ists, helpers and apprentices; boiler
makers, helpers and apprentices;
blacksmiths, helpers and apprentices;
sheetmetal workers, helpers and ap
prentices; electrical workers, helpers
and apprentices; carmen, helpers and
apprentices; powerhouse employes and
railway shop laborers, practically all
of w-hich have color bars in their con
stitutions and rituals and those that
don’t have such barriers practice dis
crimination just the same.
Mr. Randolph predicts victory for
the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Por
ters in the forthcoming election for
bargaining rights for the yard forces
and car cleaners scheduled to be held
under the supervision of the National
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