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Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kercheval
of 1435 No. 23rd St. are the par
ents of a baby daughter Annette
Joyce born May 20 at Doctor’s
Hospital. The Kerchevals have
two other children, Albert 6, and
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RETURNS TO ST. LOUIS
Miss Evie Garrett who has been
attending the University of Omaha
is returning to her home in St.
Louis for the summer. Miss Gar
ret is talcing a pre-medic course
at the University. While in Oma
ha she has been staying at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. F. S. Good
lett of 2726 Binney St.
* * *
H. H. TEN CLUB
The H. H. Ten Club met at the
home of Mrs. Margurite Robinson
of 2724 Maple St. Tuesday, May
28. This was the social evening of
the Art Club. A very enjoyable
evening was spent and a lovely
luncheon served by the hostess.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Gertie Lewis of
Miami St. Election of officers will
* * *
Little Miss Charlene Jackson
celebrated her fourth birthday on
Saturday, June 1st at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Jackson of 2010 Miami St.
Her grandmother came from Chi
cago, 111. to be at the party. She
returned to her home Sunday.
There were 16 little guests pre
sent and Charlene received many
REJECT the Bosses' preference.
ELECT the man who refused Pre
Col. William R. Brooks
“Musts” for Nebraska’s Future
• New methods for the use of agricul- • Expansion and education in rural
tural products ip industry. electrification, and planned develop
’• Balanced economy between industry, ment ot thc unharnessed resources of
labor and agriculture. the State.
Improvement of Nebraska’s farm-to- *No increased taxes. More economy
market roads. In government through sound business
. A . . . . . .. t administration.
•Adequate provision and security for
the aged and dependent. . No compulsory military training. It
. ‘Equal distribution of the benefits of '» un-American and not the solution to
the tax program. our defense problem.
Endorsed by ISebraska (Old Age) Pension Union
1 remzcan Governor
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Milton E. Johnson (left) and Miss Oneida Eloise Jones ...
will reign as King Borealis XVI and Queen Aurora XVI.—World*
This was a typical scene ... as The World-Herald Good Fel
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day night.—World-Herald Photo.
ONEIDA ELOISE JONES AND
MILTON E. JOHNSON
CROWNED QUEEN & KING AT
16TH ANNUAL CORONATION
Monday evening June 3, 1946
at the 16th Annual Coronation
sponsored by St. Philip's Episcopal
Church Miss Eloise Jones was
crowned Miss Aurora XVI. Miss
Jones is a 1946 Technical High
School graduate. She is the dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jones
of 3024 Corby St.
Milton E. Johnson was crowned
King Borealis XVI. Mr. Johnson,
a University of Nebraska gradu
ate, is proprietor of the Johnson
Pharmacy and president of the
Carver Saving and Loan Ass’n.
In a pageant of color and beau
ty befitting such an occasion the
Coronation began with Grand Po
tentate John Butler announcing
the Court. First came the ladies
in-waiting former queens in their
gowns which they wore as queens.
They were followed by his Maj
esty King Borealis XVI, Milton
Johnson. Pages were Gary Grey,
James Bell, and Bruce Hunter.
In the following order the King
summoned his court:
The court dancers who danced
a minuet. Dancers were Joan Bol
den, Phyllis Ware, Marjorie Len
nox, Beatrice Morrison, Iris Hun
ter, Jo Ann Fuller, Beverly Es
sex, Jackie Mason, Melvin McCaw,
Paxil Taylor, Nate Goldstien, Don
ald Hunter, Keith Banks, and
The princesses followed next.
1946 graduates, they were: Ven
ious Merrill; Delois Jackson; Jua
nita Ann Hanger; Katherine Wil
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ir'u-r stand. State and
RA C I N G Federal Taxe9
Every 1 hursday NO CHILDREN,
3:30 P.M. PLEASE!
(Except Holidays! m■
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS
Ladies Admitted Upon Payment
of 35c Tax and Service Charge.
Meet Closes JULY 6
Military Personnel in Uniform Admitted Free
burn, Lenora Pierce; Shirley Owen
Francis Bowie; Isabelle Hall;
Margaret Fowler; Della Mae Jones
Jean Jones; India Moore; and Jo
They were followed by the Du
chesses who were Amelia Ordu
na, Betty Jane Nelum, Dorothy
Morgan, Louise Perkins, Betty
Stewart and Marion Thompson.
The Countesses were Elnora
Simpson, Cladis Coleman, Iris
Henderson, Elizabeth Daley, Al
meda Holliday, and Idella Little
Before the Queen came the lit
tle flower girls. They were Cyn
thia Fowler, Sandra Su Williams,
Sylvia Speese, Gwendolyn Mad
dock, Perelyne Swancy, and Carol
Next came the crown bearer,
Margaret Willis , and the sceptic
i bearer, Douglas Coleman.
Then came Queen Aurora XVI
followed by her pages Jerome
Crooms, Micheal Adams and Don
ald Hunter. The crowning of the
Queen was the long awaited high
light of the evening.
Soloist of the evening was Mr.
Paul Briggs. Among the disting
uished guests were the Honorable
and Mrs. Dwight Griswold, gov
ernor of the State of Nebraska.
Coronation Committee Chairmen
were as follows: Advertising and
Program, Mrs. Delores Blackwell,
chairman, Mrs. Ethel Wheatley,
co-chairman; Decoration, Mr. H.
W. Black, chairman, Mr. Harvey
Carter, co-chairman: Pageant, Mr.
John Smith, chairman, Mrs. Alice
Smith,' co-chairman; Personnel,
Mrs. Vera K. Cowan, chairman,
Mrs. Lorraine Dickerson, co-chair
YOUNGER SET ENTERTAINED
AT DINNER PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mason of
of 2804 Binney St. entertained at
dinner Sunday evening June 2 for
their neice Miss Aleta Brashers
of Ft. Gibson, Okla.
Places were set for twelve
guests. The table was beautifully
laid. A centerpiece of peonies
flanked by two golden pheasants
on either side was especially in
teresting. This centerpiece was
set on an oval mirror. A beautiful
lace tablecloth covered the table
and pink linen napkins were used.
The delicious dinner was enjoyed
Guests were Mr, and Mrs. Jack
Corbin, the Misses Florentine Good
lett, Ruth Anderson, R. N„ Viv
ian Turner, and Miss Evie Gar
ret of St. Louis, Mo., Mr. Foster
Goodlett, Henry B. Davis, Clyde
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE for
Resident of Second District 33
General Manager of Boys Town 26
World War II Veteran.
Member American Legion, Elks
Lodge, Amvets, Nebraska Wel
fare Association, Past Worthy
President, Aerie No. 38, Frater
nal Order of Eagles, and Boy
Scout Committeeman for Ak
Your Vote trill be Appreciated!
I (POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT)
E. Longmeyer, and Douglas Cor
The young people enjoyed mu
sic and games during the evening.
All the girls were attractive in
black afternoon dresses and each
wore a corsage of red roses.
* * *
CARTER’S CHARITY CLUB
ENTERTAINS AT PARTY
The Carter Charity Club gave
a George Washington Carver gar
den party on Sunday, June 2, at
the home of Mrs. Louis G. Ram
say of 2902 No. 28th St. Due to
the inclement weather the party
was changed to a tea and was held 1
The house was beautifully de
corated writh bouquets of spring
flowers. The centerpiece on the
dining table was a picture of
of George Washington Carver in
a red, white and blue frame. This
was surrounded by flowers.
A peanut corsage tied with a
ribbon in keeping writh the theme
of the afternoon, was pinned on
each guests as he was served.
Hostesses were Mrs. Bailey, Mrs
Gaskin, Mrs. Ernestine Speese,
Mrs. Yancy, Mrs. Hawkins and
A demonstration of George Wa
shington Carver products was gi
ven by Mrs. Ralph Adams and
Mrs. J. M. Scott.
Between 150 and 200 guests
were served at the tea.
TO VISIT INDEPENDENCE
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reynolds Jr
with their two sons Abraham
and Theon will leave this week for
Independence, Mo., where they
will be joined by other members
(cif the family in a family reun
ion. The family will gather at the
home of Mr. Reynold’s father Mr
A. L. Reynolds Sr.
* * *
The Sunbeams of Clair Church
had their regular meeting Sunday
May 26. Afterwards they visited
shut ins, taking baskets of fruit
to them and singing their theme
song ‘ I’ll be a Sunbeam”. Among
those visited last week were Miss
Helena Thomas, Mrs. Pankey, Mrs
Johnson and Abraham Reynolds.
* * *
Mrs. Raymond Dorsey of 2307
Charles St. had as her dinner
guests Sunday June 2, her sister
Mrs. Faye Daniels and Mrs. Dan
iels small son Richard and her lit
tle daughter, Alesta.
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VISITS SICK MOTHER
Mrs. Inez Battles-Daley, wife of
Attorney Louis Daley of Washing
ton, D. C. is in the city due to the
illness of her mother, Mrs. How
ard Battles of 3122 Burdette.
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LAWSONS HAVE BIRTHDAY
A family custom was carried
out Monday aftmoon June 3, when
Mrs. Eva Lawson and four daugh
ters' surprised two others of her
daughters with a family get-to
gether in honor of their birthdays.
Mrs. Grace Stanley and'Mrs. Bla
nche Blair whose birthdays are
June 1st and 4th respectively,
were the sisters entertained. The
very lovely luncheon was at the
home of Mrs. Blair of 2722 Corby
St. June 4th, Mrs. Blair's birthday,
is also her 29th wedding anniver
Attending the family luncheon
besides Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. Blair
and Mrs. Stanley were Mrs. Ber
tha Moore, Mrs. Mildred Cole,
Mrs. Estelle Morrow and Mrs. La
GARDEN PARTY OF CARTER
CHARITY CLUB ATTENDED
Sunday June 2, the Carter Cha
rity Club gave a lovely Garden
Party at the beautiful home of
Mrs. Lewis Ramsey. All persons
in attendance expressed compli
ments to this group for such an
excellent affair. The table was
beautifully decorated with gorge
ous flowers as well as delicious
Mrs. E. Cunningham is president
of this splendid group of ladies
which was organized some 23 yrs
ago. During these years this fine
club has continued to spread out
good cheer cheer into many unfor
tunate homes. Proceeds from the
affair, according to the president
will be placed in the organizations
charity fund for future use.
AVANTS TO ENTERTAIN
PROMINENT NEW YORKER
Mrs. Leslie Coles 302 Convent
Ave., New York City, who leaves
New York on or about June 6th
to visit in Omaha. She will be the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Em
Mrs. Coles and Mrs. Avant were
| college chums at Fisk University;
she is the wife of the well known
singer, Mr. Leslie Coles who sang
with Hall Johnson Choir. Mr.
Coles has been presented also in
concerts at Carnegie Hall. He is
now a club director for the Amer
ican Red Cross in Tokyo.
Mrs. Coles is the secretary to
the attorney for War Man Power
The Avants, Mr. and Mrs., were
the guests of the Coles before Mrs
Avant went abroad in 1942. Miss
IQvonne Avant visited with the
Coles while her mother was at
Lovell General Hospital in Mass.
Mrs. Coles is a charming young
matron, well known and popular
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in New York’s social circles. She
is the sister of Mrs. Wenonah
McIntyre one of New York’s fore
Mr. and Mrs. Avant extend a
.'dial invitation to all of their
friends to drop in at their home,
2101 Locust Street and meet their
* * *
IDEAL IMPROVEMENT CLUB
The Ideal Improvement Club
will meet at the Mosonic Hall at
26th and Blondo Sts., at 8 pm.,
Wednesday, June 12, 1946.
Officers will be elected for all
vacant offices and standing com
mittees will be appointed.
The city council continues to dis
regard the desires and protests of
the citizens in this area by grant
ing permits for the use of the 30th
and Wirt lots to carnivals and to
Be on hand to discuss this issue
and to take what ever steps are
needed to stop these filthy, noisy
disturbances from being placed in
the back yards of citizens in our I
Every property owner is urged
and welcome to attend this meet
J. C. Harris, sec’y
A. R. Goodlett, pres.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Banks of Denver,
Colorado were the house guests
of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Gray at a
very lovely .breakfast Thursday
morning. May 30. The table de
corations were of the latest de
sign and the flowers made a fine
THE WHOLE TOWN’S TALKING
The Omaha Sepia Players will
present a three-act-play, ‘The
Whole Town’s Talking” at the
Urban League Community Cen
ter on June 14 and 15. General
admission tickets are 55 cents and
can be secured at the Urban Lea
gue Office or any member of the
cast. The talented individuals tak
ing part in this production are as
follows: Geveva Burney; Francis
Bell; Geraldine McKim; Lottie
Wright; Willa Gordon; Wave Ma
,fJ.3on; Duward Crooms; Robert
Myers; Lawrence Lewis; Harvey
Carter; and Harold Whiteside.
Mr. Lee Aitchison, member of the
Omaha Community Play House,
is the director. This is a produc
tion no one can aford to miss/
MR. CHARLES VICTOR CURTIS
Mr. Charles Victor Curtis, a
resident of St. Louis, Mo., is visi- ;
ting his sister Mrs. Alice Brew-!
ster of 2415 Hamilton. Mr. Curtis
likes Omaha a great deal and
plans an extended visit in our fair
John E. Mekota
Your Votes Solicited.
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ANTON H. JENSEN
8 years an instructor at the Uni
versity of Nebraska, Jensen has
also been twice a candidate for
governor of Nebraska, in 1936
carrying his precinct over the gov
ernor. He believes our school sys
tem at present is without prin
ciple or vision, and should accept
the golden rule as the basis of
conduct. Under Jensen the state
superintendent’s office will be easy
of approach to any citizen on that
basis.Non-political ballot—June 11. \
I YOUR Candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction
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BORN ON FARM
\Jur late and great President,
Franklin D. Roosevelt, provided the steadying influ
ence which contributed so much to the progress of
America. His calm counsel and constructive leader
ship directed the way to Victory. He believed as
KNOWLES does — "We have always known that
heedless self-interest was bad morals; we know now
that it is bad economics.”
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MISS ATTORNEY GENERAL
Among the Omaha girls elected
to office in the Cornhusker Girl’s
State on Monday, June 3 at Lin
coln, Nebr., was Miss Nadine Han
cock who was elected attorney
general. Before the election a
campaign rally was held with the
girls giving speeches and plat
Miss HancocK. tne daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alonza Hancock of
2420 No. 27th Ave. is a Junior at
Central High School.
Miss Hancock was the only col
ored girl to go to Lincoln.
* * *
Mr. William Perkins of 2015
Miami Street left Omaha May 23
for Lincoln, Nebraska. He is now
in the Veterans' Hospital where
he will undergo a minor operation.
Mrs. Perkins was in Lincoln Sun
day and reported Mr. Perkins do
* * *
Miss Jeanne Malone of Lincoln,
Nebraska was the week-end guest
of Miss Louise Perkins. Miss Ma
lone, a June ’46 graduate with
high honors from Lincoln High
School, attended Miss Perkin’s
graduation at Central High School. I
Miss Malone stayed for the Coro
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Fair Employment Practice Com
$250-00 Bonus to Veterans of
World War II.
Father of three children.
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nation Bali and reported having a
nice time. She left Tuesday after
noon. Miss Perkins and Miss Ma
lone intend to continue their edu
cation. Miss Perkins will take up
the profession of nursing and Miss
Malone the profession of sociat
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Reis, Mrs.
Oscar Bridgewater of Souix Falls,
la. and Mr. Samuel Reis Jr. were
entertained at a number of events
during their stay in Omaha. On
Sunday, June 2 they were the din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Orduna of 2702 Maple St., Wed
nesday. They were the dinner
guests of Rev. and Mrs. William
Farmer and breakfast guests of
Rev. and Mrs. Jack Montgomery
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