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I SOCIAL Activities
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taison-Rucker United In Elaborate
Ceremony At St. John
Bride Is Daughter of Rev.
1 homas Rucker
Before a flower covered arch
.uray at 3t. Joan on Sunday July
7t Mias Evelyn Rucker, daugther
of Rev Thomas Rucker and the
date Mr ; Rucker exchanged vows
with Apollo Faison in a 4 pm, cere
mony. Rev. E. B. Childress of St.
Johns performed the double ring
ceremony. Soloists were Mrs. Faye
Forrest McDaniels who sang "Oh
Promise Me ” and Mi3s Jacqueline
Johnson who sang "Because”
The b ide who was given in mar
riage by her father wore a gown of
aeavy white taffeta. Rhinestones
trimmed a high round neckline
and a packet effect on the hip
Her firrrertip veil of illusion fell
from a tiara of the same material
She carried a white prayer book
and white roses.
Maid of honor wras the groom’s
sister Mi Margaret Faison. Her
gown was of blue net and lace.
The bodice which was made of
lace, came to a point at the front
and back and was outined with a
raffle. The full skirt was of net.
She wore a blue open crowned hat
af straw lace swathed in net and
euried a bouquet of American
Bridesmaids were Miss Lenora
Pierce; Miss Jean McRae: Miss
Delores Gordon and Mrs Eunice
IfcKinney. All of the bridesmaids
wire gowned in pink net and wore
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lace. The bridesmaid’s bouquets
were of American beauty roses
tied with huge satin bows in an
\merican beauty shade.
Toe tiny flower girls was Sha
ron Allen daughter of Mr. and Mrs
James Allen and the ringbearer
,vas Darryel McKinney, son of
Jr. and Mrs. Fred McKinney.
Be3t man was Lloyd Hilton and
.he ushers were Billy Costen, Or
an Smith, Ben Rucker and Fred
Immediately following the wed
ding a reception was held at the
7WCA assisting at the reception
.vere Mesdames Jewel Rose, Lee
./alker, W. E. Carter, Tamar
Hack well, Sam Kellogg, Louise
Juiquid, Alma Longmire and Mau
The couple left Monday morning
or Chicago, 111. where they will
pend their honeymoon. They will
lake their home in Omaha.
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
Avoca Mason of 3115 Miami St.,
on the birth of their baby boy, on
Friday, Juy 5th at Immanuel hos
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JUDY LEWIS ILL
Judy Lewis, small daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lewis of
1415 No. 24th St., is in St. Cath
erine's Hospital recovering from
an infection. I
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JOHN R. BUTLERS HONORED
A dancing party honoring Mr.
John R. Butler secretary of the
North'ide Branch of the YMCA,
Mrs. Butler and their daughter,
Miss Mary Louise Butler, was gi
ven by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adams
at Fontenelle Park Saturday even
ing July 6. Mrs. Butler and her
laughter recently joined Mr. But
ler in Omaha and will make their
home here. Miss Butler is a stu-.
dent at Ohio State University. i
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Miss Lucille Rucker arrived in
Jmaha for a brief stay to attend
the wedding of her sister Evelyn.
She is a medical student at Me
harry in Nashville, Tenn. She re
turned on Monday July 8.
* * *
VISITS FROM GRAND ISLAND
Miss June Baker who arrived in
Omaha July 3 to visit with her
sister Mrs. Daisy Baker of 2723
Corby St., eft Sunday to return to
her home in Grand Island, Nebr.
* * *
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Nebraska State Federation Of Colored
Womens Clubs I—lolds Meeting
Met June 25th at Mt. Moriah
Baptist Church at 24th and Ohio
Sts. State Motto: Sewing for oth
ers to Reap. National‘motto: Lif
ting as We Climb. Mrs. Jessie Og
lesby president of the Eureka Art
The Federation opened with Mrs
Pinkie Anderson, State president
presiding. The program follows:
Opening at 11 am. song Bless Be
the Tie That Binds. Invocation by
Mrs. Hattie Adams. Scripture les
son Mrs. Jessie Oglesby. Roll Call
and reading of minutes by the
appointed secretary Mrs. Gorum.
Paper Mrs. Gorum of the Carver
Club; title The Duties of Negro
Women to Their Community. Re
marks by Rev. O. J. Burkhardt.
Solo Miss Julia Pope of Hunts
ville, Ala. Something Within. Pa
per Mrs. C. B. Mayo of the Eure
ka Art Club title Be Strong. A
very inspiring talk by Mrs. Sara
Allen. Adjournment. Dinner was
served by the hostess.
Afternoon Session—A picture
was made of the officers and mem >
bers. The meeting opened at 2
pm. vice-president Mrs. Mary E.
Imithe presiding. Song Where Hr-1
Leads Me I Will Follow. Prayer j
Mrs. Clara Dacus. Five minute3 j
memorial session in honor of the j
state officers and Mrs. Helen
Ward. Talks Mrs. Sara Walker
and Mrs. Dalas. Solo Alice Duttley
God Will Take Care of You. Pa
per Mrs. Sara Walker Economy '1
and Investment Tricks. Every Ne- j
gro woman in Omaha should have
heard her talk.
Reports of all committees and
Departments were, read and re
ceived. The president’s annual ad
dress title Sowing and Reaping
Mrs. Anderson made a wonderful
ta k and put before the clubs a
goal that the clubs should in the
next year raise $1,000 and look
forward to the purchasing of a
home. This was just what the
majority wanted to hear.
The Carver Club was awarded
the loving cup for reporting the
highest amount on scholarship
The Federation will also have a
choir in the future with Mrs. Jim
mie Johnson chairman.
Welcome address by the Chaplain
Welcome Address Mrs. J. St. Clair
Unfinished business Rev. O. J.
State officers were elected as
State President Mrs. Pinkie An
derson; Vice-president Mrs. Mary
E. Smithe; 2nd vice-president Mrs
Williams; secretary Mrs. Rosa
belle Bowden; corresponding secy.
Mrs Clara Dacus; treasurer Mrs.
Pearl Brummel and Chaplain Mrs.
Blackstone. Parliamentarian Mrs.
Prater; State organizer Mrs. E.
We are more than grateful to
God to have Mrs. Pinkie Ander
son as our president again. She
is a woman Omaha should be very
proud of; a lovely and lovable per
son, she is above all a Christian
woman and a great leader; one
who has high ideals.
Omaha Dining Car Waiters’
KEY CLUB CELEBRATES
ITS 2nd ANNIVERSARY
The Omaha Dining Car Waiters
Key Club, Inc., celebrated theii
!nd Anniversary on July 3rd. Tin
house was packed to capaciti
with Omaha citizens and out oi
town visitors. Mrs. Lillian Olives
was awarded the $25.00 Savings
Bond, (door prize). Mrs. Alms
Sims was crowned queen of the
hostesses at a Champagne Coron
ation. Mr. John R. Butler, Execu
tive Secretary of the Northside
YMCA gave an address that was
brief and to the poTht. The Oma
ha Printing Company donated a
large floral piece. Donations oi
$25.00 were given to the Boy
Scouts, received by Mr. T. P. Ma
hammitt; Camp Fire Girls, receiv
ed by Mrs. R. Davis. The Club
served cake and punch. The mem
hers of the club wish to express
their appreciation to all their
many friends and to assure them
that many more social functions
are in the making for their enter
tainment. Bing Game, (Free) ev
ery Wednesday night which also
is Ladies Night.
Mr. and Mrs. Duward Croom of
2716 Maple St., are the parents of
a baby boy born Sunday July at
Doctor’s hospital. The Crooms are
the parents of another son Jerome,
who is six years old.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Peoples of
Pueblo, Colo, stopped last Sunday
with their brother Mr. Larry Peo
ples of 2606 No. 30th St. The Col
orado guests were enroute to Wa
shington, D. C.
Hermann Dryver who has been
two years in the army, has just
been discharged. He reports that
he is very glad to be back.
Hermann is the husband of the
former Veola Seay and the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Smith of 3020 Evans
Street. He had to welcome him
home a new son whom he has ne
ver seen in the small person of
Herman Micheal Jr., age 6 weeks.
* * *
Miss Betty Cook and Mr. John
Cook, son and daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Cook of 2618 North
20th St. celebrated the Fourth of
July with a nicnic at Elmwood
Park. Their guests included Mr.
and Mrs. William Smith; Mr. Jas.
Gregory; Mr. Leonard Covington;
Mr. Hill and Mr. Jack May.
Mr. Cook was recenly discharg
ed from the service and Miss Cook
is a student at the Northside
School of Beauty.
MISS MARIE WRIGHT
Of 2838 R St. left the city Tues
day July 9 for an extended trip
visiting with relatives and friends
in Kansas and Missouri.
♦ * »
Mrs. Iola Holliday of 2820 R
Ave., entertained at a luncheon on
Tuesday July 2 for Mrs. Daisy
Williams and Mrs. Faye Crews of
Los Angeles. Other guests at the
luncheon included Mrs. Longmire;
Mrs. Lowry; Mrs. Gant; Mrs. Bu
ckner; Mrs. Lecoq and Mrs. Camp
» * *
4TH OF JULY GARDEN PARTY
Mrs. David Brown of 2415 Ohio
Street entertained at a lovely Gar
den party on the Fourth. Her
guests included Mr. and Mrs. John
Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hill;
Mr. and Mrs. William Haynes:
Mrs. Dora Alexander; Mrs. Em
ma Wright and Mr. and Mrs.
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LOS ANGELES VISITOR
Mr. Oscar Clark of Los Angeles,
California spent a few days in Om
aha visiting friends and relatives.
Mr. Clark motored from Louisi
ana where he had been visiting
his mother who was ill. He left
Omaha for his home in Los Ang
eles Monday July 8.
* * *
Mrs. Grace Collins is convales
ing at her home after a serious
illness at Lutheran hospital.
Also on the convalescent last
after a serious illness operation
at Immanuel hospital is Mr. Le
onard Ewing of 114 No. 43 Ave.
* * *
One of many visitors in Omaha
for the Fourth was Mrs Albert
Hurt of Minneapolis, Minn. While
in the city she visited at the homes
[ of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Kinkaid at
j 2861 Corby St. and Mr. and Mrs.
I Williams Haynes of 2107 North
,' 28th St.
The meeting of the Modernistic
Twelve Social Club was held at
the home of Mrs. Lulu Roundtree
of 2203 Miami St. The afternoon
was spent at bridge after which
i a delicious luncheon was served
by the hostess. No business was
I taken up at this meeting. Guests
present were Mr. Perry Warner of
> iv, Kansas, and Mr.
William Kyles Jr. of New York
City. A very enjoyable time was
had by all present. Mrs. Greta
Wade is president of the group
and Mrs. Gibson the corresponding
* * *
COUNCIL OF CHURCH WOMEN
Mrs. Cora Haynes, president of
the Council of Colored Church
women called togethed her execu
tive committee this week at the
home of Mother Askerneese of
2122 No. 26th St. The Council is
completing plans for their project
in sending a group of underpri
vileged children to Camp Brewster i
during Interracial Week. Mrs. M.
L. Stelle of 2322 No. 25th St. is
chairman of the camp committee.
* * «
MRS. GANT HONORS VISITORS
Mrs. Daisy Williams and Mrs.
Faye Crews of Los Angeles who
nave been in Omaha visiting with
friends were entertained a pic- ;
1 nic given in their honor oy Mrs.
E. Gant of 2220 Willis Ave.- on
July Fourth. The Angel City v.s-1
itors left Monday July 7 for Chi- !
I cago where they wall visit for a
I week. They will then return to
their home in Los Angeles.
* * *
Mr. Charles Deupser of 2902
No. 28th St. is in St. Joseph hos
pital recovering from a broken
* * »
THE EUREKA ART CLUB
The Eureka Art Club met July
i 3 at 2 pm. at the home of Mrs.
George Douglas of 2620 Blondo
St. with the president, Airs. Jes
sie Oglesby presiding Prayer was
o*'rered by the chaplain. Calling
of the roll with quotations and
reading of the last meeting’s min
utes by the secretary followed.
New and old business vac comple
ted. This was the last meeting of
the club year. All the officers
made their yearly reports.
Mrs. C. B. Mayo anu Mrs. E.
Kerr delegates to the Federation
j made their reports. Mr3 Kerr's
report was so good that made all
feel that there was much done.
The Eureka Art Club is very
proud of Mrs. Kerr and . Mrs
i Mayo. .. .,_.
Mrs. waiKer anu |
! eur ain-.d to the ;*uh about the
j Qi non Jubilee wine wil. »c h ''
n y.v.-t ,. igt' n. L1 o. in thi f
t„w • °a plan to pay the
indebtness- of the Ola Frederick
| Douglas home which will oe a
i shrine. Every member or each cluo
1 was asked to pay one dollar Over
half of the Eureka members paid.
Those that didn't undoubtedly will.
They are being asked by the pre
sident to do so befora July 15ta.
Those wishing to do so can oontac.
Mrs. Jessie Oglesby at 2623 Blon
do St., Phone JA 6830.
Thanks to Mrs. Oglesby fur her
wonderful work m the past year.
The next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. Stei.a Clover at
2524 No. 25th St. *>n the urst
Wednesday in October 1946. Mrs
Douglas served a lovely luncheon.
Mrs. Jessie 'Jglesby. rres.
Mrs . Leola Fitzpatrick, rep
* * *
THE ALPHA OMEGA CLLB
by Frank Wilkerson
The Alpha Omega Club is an
organization consisting of young
men and women of Omaha who
are endeavoring to do things in |
a big way. We know that the |
clean and decent way is the right ■
way and it is our way of living.
We have the will to do good—j
putting our heads together we are
thinking of various things to do
in the way of recreation and en
joyment, thus partially solving
the problem of poor recreation.
On the Fourth of July we had
a very enjoyable picnic at Elm
wood Park. This picnic was a
A few of the things we’ll be do
ing in the near future and begin
ning this week are: a scavenger
hunt; a traveling party; a weiner
roast; a Texas frolic; trolly ride;
community sing; kiddie party and (
before the summer is over we will |
have our annual formal dinner,
which we will strive to make an
Our efficient officers are presi
dent, Miss Florentine Goodlett;
secretary, Miss Audrey Forrest;
assistant secy. Mr. Leonard King;
treasurer, Miss Betty Wilburn and
reporter, Frank Wilkerson.
Our motto is “We Believe in t
* * *
EMPIRE STATE VISITOR
Miss India Allen of New York
City is visiting Mr. and Mrs. U. i
S. Wheatly of 2520 Hamilton St.
We hope for her a very peasant
time as it is indeed a lovely fea-;
ture to have a visitor from the
Empire State. |
* * *
MR. A1SD MRS. Z. E. McGEE \
VISIT FROM DETROIT
Former Omahans visiting in the
city last week-end were Mr. and
Mrs. Z. E. McGee of Detroit, Mi
chigan and their youngest daugh
ter Sandra. The popular couple,
were recipients of many social
courtesies including a picnic given
Sunday July 7th at Elmwood Park
by their host and hostess Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Lambert of 2917 N.
25th St. The picnic group also at
tended the Community Sing held
at the park.
Monday evening the McGee's
were dinner guests at the Robert
Avants at 2510 Corby St. Later
in the evening they were enter
tained at bridge by Mr. and Mrs.
Emmett Avant at their home,
2254 No. 20th St.
After visiting as many old ac
quaintances as time would permit
the McGee’s left early Tuesday
morning for Peoria, 111., where
they will spend a few days with
Mr. McGee’s aunt. After leaving
Peoria they will motor to the
the children’s summer camp where
their twin daughters are vacation
ing. They expect to be in Detroit
again by the 15th of July.
Mrs. McGee is the former Elaine
Smith who was one of the first
Urban League Office secretaries,
having served under J. Harvey
Kerns. Mr. McGee is the son of
Rev. Z. E. McGee, former pastor
of the Pleasant Green Baptist
Church in Omaha.
ON SICK LIST
Mrs. Mattie Payne Foster, 2867
Cass St. is 111 in the Lutheran hos
pital, 24th and Harney Sts.
* * *
MARRIED AT PAPILLlOy
Miss Edna Thomas, (daughter
of Mrs. Ivars Caldwell) and How
ard Williams were married Wed
nesday, July 10th at Papillion, Ne
braska. The couple will be at hon j
to their many friends at 2601 Pa
* * *
Thirty little guests spent a most
enjoyable two hours from five to
seven o’clock Tuesday July 9th
when they helped Arthur Walker
Justus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Justus of 2911 No. 28th St.
celebrate his fifth birthday.
The party was held i the Justus’
back yard which was decorated
with red and white and blue str
eamers to form a canopy overhead
The children enjoyed themselves
on the swing set, the sand box,
scooter tricycle and two toy cars.
Refreshments were served from
two long tables spread with clo
ths. The table which held the
the birthday cake had as center
peice summer flowers in a low
ivory colored bowi flanked on ei
ther side by gaily decorated can
dlesticks. Each child received a i
brightly colored paper hat and a
horn, candy favors and a small
Arthur Walker received manyi
lovely gifts and the rest of the
guests, parents and children alike
spent a very gay evening.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Graham
of 2118 Maple are the parents ox
a 7 lb. 1 oz. baby boy born Mon
day, July 8, at Immanuel hospital.
They also have a daughter Olive
.Marie who is three years old.
* * *
Tuesday July 9 was the fourth
birthday of Rodney Moore, son of|
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Moore ot |
2205 Franklin Plaza. He and 22 j
little guests celebrated with aj
party at his home from 4 to 6
o’clock. The children amused them
selves with games and each was
given a gay paper hat and horn.
Refreshments including ice cream,
cool-aid, candy and cake were
served and Rodney received many
lovely gifts from his friends.
* * *
• MASONIC NEWS
Maynard L. Wilson, Grand Lodge
The Second Announcement of
the 28th Grand Lodge Communica
tion which will convene Wednes
day,' July l"th 1946 at Masonic
Temple 26th and Blondo Sts.,
Prince Hall Affiliation.
Hon. Clayton P. Lewis, M. W.
Grand Master expects and desires |
that this 28th Anniversary will
prove to be one of the l»3st pos
sible, the best in the history of
this Grand Lodge and many offi
cers of this Cabinet think the
same and have taken the propel
steps to make it so.
For one things, its membership
has increased by leaps and bounds
It has accomplished wonders. It|
has strengthened and confirmed (
its very foundation. The loyalty |
and fidelity of the fellow Fraters j
and companions of the Craft have I
been noticeable, among other a -
vances. We will say that a Sou
venior Program has been issued,,
ceebrating the 28th Anniversary)
of the Grand Lodge, the first ever (
printed by the August body.
Fraters and Master Masons, I
would admonish you that you are
welcome to visit and attend e
M. W. G. Lodge session beginning
Wednesday A. M., July 17th, 1946.
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SALEM TO OBSERVE 2ND
ANNIVERSARY OF PASTOR
The Salem Baptist Church will
observe the second anniversary of j
their Pastor the Rev. J. C. Wade
starting at 3 p. m. Sunday Julyj
14th thru Sunday July 21st. We
cordially invite the entire city in
cluding the members and friends
of all churches to share in this
glorious occasion in honoring this
most inspiring and progressive
leader who in the two years of his
pastorate here the church has
more than doubled in membership
and hats been acclaimed as being
the most spiritual church in the
city as well as the most active.
Aside ffom accumulating the
largest bank deposit in its history
we take pride in stating that Sa
lem carries the largest following
of young people, actively engaged.
Aside from having all the regu
lar departments well organized,
we have three (3) regular choirs
namely the the senior, the junior,
the young peoples, the mens’ cho
rus, a Sunday School chorus, and
an orchestra. Rev. Wade began
preaching as a youth in April 1931
with the St. Andrew Baptist Chur
ch Tulsa, Okla and was ordained
in 1932. His first <1 11 was from
the Fountain Baptist Church in
naynes, Okla. where he served for
two years. He prides this charge
as it was the oldest church in the
state being now 113 years old.
Knowing that his education was
limited, he resigned and went to
Memphis, Tenn. entering Howe In
stitute for three years. He was
united in marriage to Miss Mary
Frazier of Memphis in December
1935, out of which wedlock came
four children. Working by his side
willingly, much praise and credit
is due his very modest and eo'm
In Sept. 193S he was called to
the Middle Baptist Church, White
Haven, Tenn. In 1937 to the Shiloh
Baptist Church, Court Avenue, in
Memphis where he served eight
years. In Aug 1940 he was called
and accepted the pastorate of the
I Riverside Baptist Church, Mem
phis from which he resigned to
take his present pastorate of the
Salem Baptist Church here.
In addition to his pastorial du
ties, he has served as an evange
; list ’ during his entire ministerial
career. He served for six years a:
secretary of the Aid Benevolent
Association in Memphis; three
years as vice-moderator of the
White Haven District as well as
being a member of the executive
board of the Missionary and Ed
ucational Convention o 1 Tenn.
He has remodeled all of his for
mer pastorates and has extensive
pians for the remodeling of the
| ,-aiem Church hhere as soon as
materials are avaJa
Committee on A; c mgeme ns
Salem Da. l. >. ■< n wilicial
Mrs. Flossie B. Moore, clerk
By Ellsworth G. Devereaux
OMAHA, Nebraska, July 9, 1942 j
The --attention of Iroquois Lodge '
No. 92 was turned to the Mid
Western Assn. Convention of the
IBPOE of W; held June 30-July
3 in Waterloo, Iowa.
A most colorful parade took
place under the direction of Brig.
Gen. Emery Hickman of Omaha,
assisting Gen. Hickman were Col.
T Heroert Richardson, and Col.
Dt. Opal McAlister also of Oma
ha. Over 900 members of our or
der took part in this colorful pa
rade in which there were repre
sentatives from eight states. Om
aha was represented by two units
the Ralph Bates Marching Co. No. j
367 and the Ida McCrea Marching
Company. ^ I
Bro. Paul S. Holiday, director of |
education, .Nebraska and Judisdic
tion, was elected to the Resolution
Committee of the Mid-Western
Assn, at the regular session of the
Convention on July 1. Bro. Holiday
has worked very earnestly with
Iroquois Lodge for the past 25
years and Iroquois is proud *.o
have a member of its order elected
to an office with the Mid-West- _
ern Assn. Congratulations Bro.. ,
Holiday. _ ! 1
Delegates representing uuiau* ,
at the Convention were as follows: (
Iroquois Lodge 92 Leonard Nor- ,
ris; Cherokee Temple 223 Clara
Campbell, Dt. Ruler; Bennetta
Cleavland, Director of Education; ;
Antler Guard Brig. Gen. Emery <
Hickman; Col. T. Herbert Rich
ardson; Col. Dt. Opal McCalister;
Maj. Starks; Capt. Ernie Richie;
Capt. Clarence Sorrell.
Dt. Ruler Clara Campbell was
elected Doorkeeper of the Mid
Western Assn., and Col. Dt. Opal
McCalister was elected Assistant (
Captain in the Daughters Auxi- ^
'’Lloyd Hunter's Band furnished
the music for the ball which was
held during the convention along
with the band Lloyd Hunter took
from Omaha a troop of entertain- s
ers that put on a floor show for
the convention the night of the
^Iroquois Lodge plans to hold its
Annual Sermon here in Omaha in
July All units are being contacted
at the present time and we are
planning to have one of tbe l^g'
est turn outs that the city of Om- J
aha has ever witnessed by this ,
Order. The Drum and Bugle Corps
of Jr Herd No. 52 which was un
able to attend the Convention in
Waterloo, la., because of the fact
that the now pending uniform was
not ready due to the fact that
there has been so much difficulty
in the manufacturing but will be
able to participate in the Annual
Parade and Sermon.
The city of Omaha played ho?,
to Bro. Toby James of Berkley,
California; former resident of Om
aha who is visiting our city alter
an absence of a number of years.
Bro. James in former years was
a member of Iroquois Lodge and
left Omaha to reside in California (
Take Supper Out of Doors
This erj-tc-make quick trend mnkns easy-to-fix picnics,
lunehbc;; sandwiches, Sunday sup- ers and garden tea parties
Make it a p'niic supper tonight! Trot all the fixin’s out to the porch
or back yard and let the family help themselves. Use paper plates to
keep dishwashing at a minimum.
And for the sandwiches, make this delicious Whole Wheat Nut Bread—•
so delightfully moist, so perfect for a cream cheese or jelly spread. You
can use the new emergency flour or standard all-purpose flour with
equally fine success. If you prefer, substitute 1 cup raisins or 114 cups
uncooked prunes for the nuts. Clip and save this “easy-does-it” recipe.
WHOLE WHEAT NUT BREAD
1% cup* sifted emergency flour or all- *4 «up brown sugar, firmly packed
purpose flour cup Spry ^
1 cup sifted whole wheat flour 2 eggs, weil beaten
4 teaspoons baking powder 1 cup milk
2 teaspoons salt 1 cup nuts, chopped
*4 cup granulated sugar
Sift flours, baking powder, salt and sugars. Cut in Spry fine. Combine
eggs and milk. Turn liquids into dry ingredients and stir until all flour
is dampened. Add r.uts and mix. Bake in Spry-coated 9 x 5 x 3-inch loaf
pan in moderateloven (359°P.) 1 hour, or until done. . . . Variation.
Substitute 1 cupft-aisins or 114 cups uncooked prunes in place of nuts.’
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A print that will make people si8
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Fashion Frock of the Week the stai
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Madam, your glamour is show
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eyelet .embroidery peeks forth at
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skirt. This coquettish pleat has a
quarter-circle inset of fabric sd
that it falls in ripples and dances
when you walk, all smartly under-!
scored in black and topped with a
flirtatious bow. The romantic black
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clarted bodice. 1
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TO HOLD CONFERENCE
Brigadier General Charles T.
Lanham, of the Army General
Staff, is the main speaker sched
uled to address the National Ac
tion Conference on Minority Vet
erans’ Problems in New York City
Friday (July 12). Called by the
American Council on Race Rela
tions, the Conference will also
hear representatives of every fe
deral agency responsible for any
aspect of administration of the
G I Bill of rights.
Representatives of veterans or
ganizations have been invited to
address the morning session of the
all-day Conference at the Wilkie
The government officials sched
uled to report on progress made
by their agencies in eliminating
discrimination in the job, housing
and retraining programs, include
Dr Frank S. Horne, race rela
tions advisor for the Federal
Housing Authority; Mrs. Thomas
ina Johnson, chief of minority
group services division, USES;
Joseph Albright, special assistant
to the director, Veterans Admini
stration; Ansel Cleary, assistant
director, Apprenticeship Training
Division; Richard Fletcher, chief
of standards and methods division;
and Miss Dorothy Stratten, cpe
cial assistant Retraining and Re
National veteran, civic and reli
gious organizations attnding the
Conference include American Ve
terans Committee; Veterans Lea
gue of America; Jewish War Ve
terans; United Negro and Allied
Veterans of America; National
Conference on Christians and
Jews, NAACP; National Urban
League; National Negro Congress;
American Friends Service Commi
ttee; YWCA; YMCA; American
Red Cross; Japanese American
Citizens League; Southern Region
al Council; Southern Negro Youth
Congress; American Jewish Com
mittee; American Jewish Congr
ess; Community Chests and Coun
cils, Inc.; and others.
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