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RETURNS FROM VACATION
Ur; Corrine McDaniels, 2211
Miami St., returned August 14th
from a vacation trip to Coffeeville
Kansas and Kansas City.
• • •
MISS AMETTE MILLER
Of Lincoln. Nebraska was the
ne.1 of Mrs. Ametta Ashby Sim
mons at 2228 Willis Avenue.
• • •
MR. ARTHUR RONE
Of 2232 Willis Ave.. is spending
his vacation at home Mr. Rone i?
an employee of the Omaha Post
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. S. R Jackson, for
merly of Newton. Kansas, moved
to Omaha several months ago. Mr
Jackson is a railway mail clerk,
runs on the Omaha - Colorado
The Ja"kaons live at 2230 Willir
Avenue Their daughter. Nadenc
Jackson is a recent graduate of
Howard University and is now
working in New York City as a
• • •
MR. AND MRS. G. W. JACKSON
Of Los Amreles have been visit
ing- at the home of Mr. and Mrs
law Flowers 2306 Grant St. The
Jactoons like Omaha so well they
plan to make their home here
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A beautiful wedding ceremony
was held Sunday, August 18 at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ro.,
West. The bride was Alice John
son, the neice of Mr. and Mrs.
West and daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Johnson. The bride’3
mother and two brother from
'iouisiana, attended the wedding.
Margaret Williams was the bride's
; matron. The bridesmaids were Eva
! Wibly. Therea Reed, and Bertha
The groom was Mr. Kermit Kel
logg. The best man was Fred Mc
mley and attendants were M. L.
Reed. Theodore Johnson, Frank
Wilkerson and Jack West.
In the above picture is groom
Kermit Kellogg and bride Mrs.
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MRS. LORENE JACKSON
And her 9 year old son of Du
luth. Minn., have been spending
the summer at the home of their
uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. T.
R. Jackson, 2230 Willis Ave.
9 9 9
MISS ETHEL JONES
And her nephew, Wm. Reed Jr.,
of Denver. Colo, will visit Miss
Jones' brother. A1 Jones and his
family 2209 Miami on the 25th of
August Miss Jones will be rem
embered as a former music instr
uctpr of Omaha.
• • •
LOSES PART OF FINGER IN
Walter Kennedy. 2318 No. 22nd
St. lost a joint of his right finger
when a 55 gallon drum of wax
dropped on it while working at
Fort Crook. Mr. Kennedy is at
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ient. He is employed by the army. |
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TO SPEND VACATION
Mrs. Elmer Gant 2220 Willis
Avenue left Sunday for a two week
vacation at Minneapolis, Minn., at
the home of her father, Thomas
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ELDER ROWE VISITS CITY
Elder Thomas M. Rowe of New
York City, who recently held a I
revival at Sharon 7th day Ad
ventist church, 2760 Lake St., is
visiting in the city.
» * *
RETURNS FROM VACATION
Mr. and Mrs. Goldie Davis, 2215
Miami, report having had a very
fine vacation trip to Kansas City,
Kansas where they visited Mrs.
Davis’ sister, Miss Asilee Dotson.
Miss Dotson is a labratory tech
nician in Douglas hospital there.
* * •
MR. AND MRS. OSCAR OLIVER
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar E. Oliver,
2105 Miami St., have as their
guests their mothers Mrs. Edna
Robinson of Duncan, Okla., and
Mrs. T. C. Oliver of St. Paul, Minn.
The occasion is the birth of a son
to the Junior Olivers on August
2nd. Both mother and son are do
• • •
RETURNS TO OMAHA
James Sweet of New York City
served part of his army enlistment
at Ft. Crook, Nebr. After spend
ing 38 months in the TEO, he re
turned here to work for the Par
sons Construction Company. Mr.
Sweet lives at the Willis hotel, at
22nd and Willis Avenue.
TO ENTER CREIGHTON PREP
Harry Harrison will enter Crei
ghton Prep this fall. He is the son
of Mrs. Gladys Harrison, 2106
* # •
VISITORS OF MRS. JOHNSON
Mrs. Lyndell White and her
grandchildren, Lorraine and Teddy
Johnson of Leavenworth, Kansas,
"’•e visiting at the home of Mrs.
M. Johnson, 2218 Willis Avenue.
* * *
MR. CHARLES COLEMAN
Mr. Charles Coleman prominent
Legioneer and political figure, has
been ill for the past year in the
Veterans’ hospital in Lincoln, Ne
braska and for the past two weeks
at the Lutheran hospital in Oma
ha. Mr. Coleman is gradually re
gaining his health at his home at
2208 Ohio St.
• » »
MRS. GLADYS HARRISON
RETURNS FROM VACATION
After spending two weeks at the
home of her paren-fs Mr. and Mrs
H. B. Coates in Alton, 111., Mrs.
Gladys Harrison returned August
8 to her home at 2106 Ohio St.
* * *
MARY T. HAMLER OF N. Y. C.
Mary Hamler formerly of Oma
ha and member of Zion Baptist
' church, died in New York City on
August 6th. Mrs. Hamler and her
sister Bessie Jones of Los Ange
les and her daughter, Sally, were
due here last Saturday to visit
Mr. Towles. Mrs. Hamler leaves
one son, Merdeth Hamler, former
ly of Omaha.
* * m
MRS. ROSE HINTON
Of 2424 Patrick Avenue, receiv
ed word last week that her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
John Thomas Cole of Kansas City,
Mo., were the proud parents of a
9 lb. baby girl. Mr. Cole is a form
er Tech High student and spent
two years in the Merchant Mar
* * H
Mr. and Mrs. Baker also have
as their house guests, Mrs. Wal
ker Graves and daughter of Kan
sas City, Mo.
* * *
Mrs. Jessie Sims of Chicaeo left
Friday evening after spending 1
week with her sister and brother- i
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Under- I
wood, 2539 Burdette St., and her
neice Mrs. Dorothy Mackey, 2814
No. 25th St.
Mrs. Sims was also honored with
a luncheon at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Ellis of 2412 Evans St.
* » *
VISITS IN ST. PAUL
Mrs. Grace Binford, 2221 Ohio
St. will leave today to spend 3
weeks in St. Paul, Minn, visiting
Mrs. Bessie Moore.
* * *
TO MAKE HOME IN OMAHA
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Wilson of St.
Louis, 111., arrived in Omaha Aug
ust 14th to make their home here. [
They have two children, Gloria
Jean and Deotis. They are stop
ping temporarily at 2013 Ohio St.,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
* * *
MRS. J. C. JOHNSON. TOPEKA
was the week-end guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Diamond, 2714
* * *
MRS. BIRDIE WIGGINS
IS OMAHA VISITOR
Mrs. Birdie Wiggins, native Om
ahan and daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Othella Rountree, who
has been residing in Chcago for
many years, is again in the city
visiting with her brothers, Othello
Rountree. Jr., 2203 Miami and
Percy Rountree, 2320 No. 27th St.
Mrs. Wiggins expects to be in Om
aha about three weeks. She has
been royally entertained by friends
and relatives and many other- e
vents in her honor are being plan
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MRS. LULA SMITH
Of Denver, formerly Lulu Roun
tree of Omaha, is a visitor in the
city accompanied by her 5 child
ren; Leroy. Delois Marie, Donald
and Ronald (twins) and Sherry
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Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Luster, pro
prietors of the Sun Ray Cosmetics
Company and the Lyons Beauty
Shop, 316 N. Central St., Oklaho
ma City, are the house guests of
Mr. and Mrs. R. Baker of 2220
Grace St The Lusters are accom
panied by their 12-year-old son,
James Earl, who is a 7th grader
in the Oklahoma City Public
schools. Before arriving in Omaha
the Lusters motored to Colorado
Springs and Denver, Colo. After
a 10-day stay in Omaha, they plan
to visit Kansas City and Tulsa
before returning home. The Okla
homans said they are planning to
enlarge the national distribution of
their well-known Sun Ray products
as soon as restrictions are lifted
on essential chemicals. Mr. Luster
was 1st Sgt. in che army for two
* • •
Mae. Her husband Leroy Smith, is
proprietor of a Record Shop in
* * *
Of Los Angeles, Calif., husband
of the former Miss Katherine
Rountree, is also visiting in the ci
ty. Mrs. Williams is expected in
Omaha in a few days.
* * *
Mrs. J. Phillips of Sious Falls.
So. Dakota is visiting her parents
Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Fitch of
Omaha this week.
* * *
SIOUX CITY VISITOR
Mrs. Irving Kitchen of Sioux
City, la., is visiting her sister Mrs
Reartice Richardson. 2104 Grant
St., and her brother Mr. W. R.
Richardson, 1708 No. 27th St., for
* * *
PASTOR AND MEMBERS TO
ATTEND BAPT. CONVENTION
Rev. F. C. Williams, pastor and
several members of Zion Baptist
church, will attend the Nat’l Bap
tist Convention at Atlanta, Ga.,
which will begin the 1st of Sept.
After the convention. Rev. Wil
liams will vacation in Dayton, O..
and Durham, N. C., where he will
* * *
TO VISIT TEXAS
Mrs. Jessie Hilton, Mrs. Viola
Turner, Mrs. Hattie Brown will
leave the first of Sept, for a mon
ths sojourn in Dallas and San
Antonio Texas and Mexico.
* * *
Mrs. F. C. Williams and daugh
ter Marie and Coleta are visiting
in Leavenworth, Kansas for sev
* * *
ON SICK LIST
James Lapsey, Jr., seven, is con
fined to his home at 2415 No. 22
St., suffering from pneumonia.
* » *
TO VISIT CHICAGO
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wales, of
2306 No. 21st St., are planning a
six month trip to Chicago. They
will leave Sept. 6th.
* * *
WINS BABY CONTEST
Little Miss Caroline Pitts, the
baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Pitts, 2723% Binney St., won
a baby contest sponsored by No. 2
Boa^d of Cleaves Temple C M E
church. Congratulations are in or
der to Caroline and her parents.
* * *
NEW YORK VISITOR
Mr. Foch P. Allen, manager of
Allen Artists Co., of New York
City, N. Y., was in the city for a
few days visiting relatives and
* * *
VISITING IN TEXAS
J. W. Milsau and Lonnie Hou
ston are vacationing in Dallas and
* * *
PRE-MED COLLEGE CLUB
Any Pre-Med college student in
terested in joining the Omaha Ne
gro Pre-Med Club are asked to
attend organization meeting Aug.
31st, 8 pm. at the home of Jack
West, 2617 Blondo.
Jack West, pres.
Robt. Young, vice-pres.
* * *
FORMER OMAHAN NOW
VISITS RELATIVES HERE
Merchant Marine. John Hardy,
former Omahan, son of the late
Mr MilsaD and Mrs Milsap who re
sides at 3015 Corby St., was a vi
sitor in Omaha this week. Before
coming to Omaha he visited with
his cousin. Mrs. Celestine Smith
Mansion of St. Louis, Mo., who is
the daughter of Mr. John Smith
of Omaha. Mr. Hardy who has a
rating of 2nd Steward in the Mer
chant Marine, now resides in Port
land, Oregon. H esays he plans to
continue his enlistment in the Mer
chant Marine as he likes this type
of work. He is a member of the
Maritime Union of the CIO and
says the relationship between the
personnel of the crews is excellent
with no discrimination being prac
tised against any one because of
race, color or creed. He has visi
ted all ports of the Pacific ocean,
including Japan, South America,
Canada, China and numerous other
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• O. E. S. NEWS
MRS. MAGGIE B. RANSOM.
PAST GRAND MATRON
LEAVES FOR KENTUCKY
Mrs. Maggie B. Ransom, Past
Grand Matron of Amaranthus
Grand Chapter OES Nebraska Ju
risdiction and one of the charter
members of this jurisdiction, left j
Thursday evening: for Chicago. 111.
Mrs. Ransom will visit relatives.
and friends in Chicago and then
go to Bardstown, Kv her former
home to visit her sisters. Mrs. Bir
die Hamilton, Mrs. Mary L. Rice
and other relatives. Mrs. Ransom
will have an indefinite stay. Many i
Jr. McCaws Return from Eastern Visit
Janice and Joan McCaw, on Lawn of the Late President
Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Estate
Misses Janice and Joan McCaw,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
B. McCaw, 2806 Ohio St., returned
Saturday, August 19th fom a 7
week vacation trip in which they
visited their aunt. Miss Bernice
McCaw, and cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
Isiah J. Jackson and family in
Chicago; Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Po
stels in Detroit; aunts Mrs. Mel
va Stewart and Mrs. John C.
Thompson of New York City.
They reported having a very en
joyable trip. During the time they
were in New York they visited in
West Point, Newberg and Hyde
Park where they took pictures of
the late Presidents’ home and
grave. They also spent a few days
in Washington, D. C. and Mt. Ver
non, N. Y.
* * *
social courtesies were given in her
honor by her numerous friends.
Mrs. Ransom has not only been
active in fraternal work, she is a
staunch member and faithful wor
ker of St. John’s AME church and
an ardent worker and supporter
of the Colored Old Folks Home.
Her many friends wish her a plea
sant trip and that she will soon
be back among us.
MRS. CLOMA H. SCOTT.
WORTHY GRAND MATRON,
DELEGATE TO CONVENTION
Mrs. Cloma Hastings Scott, Wor
thy Grand Matron of Amaranthus
Grand Chapter Order of the East
ern Star, Nebraska Jurisdiction
for the past three years was elec
ted to represent the Grand Chap
ter of Nebraska at the 46th an
nual convention of Grand Masters?
Grand Matrons, Royal Arch Ma
sons, Knights of Templar, Heroines
of Jericho and other members of
the masonic body througout the
United States in a six-day session
August 18-23 in Philadelphia, Pa.
The Shriners Competive Drill
and Imperial Potentate Ball the
evening of Auarust 21 was an ela
borate affair. The Knights of Tern
plar held their annual parade field
day and reception August 22 with
delegates from 39 states in atten
Feature of the Eastern Star Con
ference and one of the best attend
ed and one of the highlights of
the convention was the exemplifi
cation of two degrees by a select
team of members of the OES and
a pageant entitles ‘Lifted Cross.’
Mrs. Soott will visit in New
York and Chicago before return
ing home 6ome time in Sept.
ALPHA OMEGA CLUB
HAS DUTCH TREAT
By Frank Wilkerson
It looked like Thanksgiving at
Miss Hattie Beck’s house last Sat
urday night as the gang victori
ously took over her beautifully
lighted lawn and made themselves
at home and ending up having
oodles of fun and full stomachs.
Her long sturdy tables were con
gested with all kinds of food and
People are usually quiet when
they eat except a little talking but
the noise we had was from eating.
The cooking of potatoe chips, the
crunch of pop com, the rattle of
ice in cold punch and the march
ing around the table trying to de
cide just what to sink one’s teeth
into was a problem, even the old
wise men would have a tough time
working. But we began eating un
til we could hold no more.
At any rate we did have lots of
fun. And we thank Miss Beck who
is a member of the club for invi
ting us to have the Dutch Treat
at her home.
Jean Rudd, you throw’ too strai
ght. Did you know that you hit
me on my big nose with a grape?
RETURNS TO CALIFORNIA
Mrs. Marietta Ow’ens who with
her children has been visiting in
Omaha for the past six weeks re
turned to her home in Vallejo,
California. On Friday August 16,
Mrs. Owens the former Marietta
Sanford, visited at the home of
her parents, Rev. and Mrs. T. J.
A reception for Mr. and Mrs. W.
Fletcher of 2722 Binney St., was
given on Sunday August 18 from
7 until 9 at their residence. Mr.
and Mrs. Fletcher were married
on the 27th of June.
The Binney Street Art Club was
in charge of the affair. Mr. Flet
cher’s wother was a charter mem
ber of the club.
Mrs. Fletcher, the former Kath
erine Clark of Washington, D. C.
and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Toomer of Berkley, Calif.,
received her guests in a beautifu
lly designed floral print gown. It
featured a very chic split skirt.
The house was beautifully de
corated with flowers throughout
and the centerpiece was a lovely
bouquet of cut flowers flanked by
tall tapers. The wedding cake was
sent to the bride from her family
in California. Guests were served
from an all crystal service, fruited
ice cream punch, and cake. Candy
and nuts were served in individual
Lovely formals seen at the rec
eption included Mrs. Gertrude
Craig in white net; Mrs. Roberta
Bailey in black net; Mrs. Mattie
Childs in white net with an em
broidered bodice; Mrs. Mayme Ma
son in black and white net and
Mrs. Florence Branch in rose col
Nearly one hundred guests at
tended the reception and the re
cently married couple received
many lovely and useful gifts.
Members of the Binney Street
Art Club included Mesdames Sa
die Bly; Berta Arnold; Martha
Jefferson; Gladys Ervin; Gussie
McPherson; Addie Seals; Viola
McFall; Mayme Mason; Roberta
Bailey; Gertrude Craig: Florence
Branch and Mattie Childs.
Out of town guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Fletcher who attended the
reception were Mr. and Mrs. Ru
fus Thompson and daughter Ed
die Lou of St. Joseph, Mo.
ENTERTAINS GUESTS AT
On August 17, a breakfast was
given by Mrs. J. S. Sloan and Miss
Jessie Mayweather, 2428 Decatur
St for Mrs. T. C. Oliver of St.
Paul, Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. Love
Joy Crawford, Boston, Mass and
Miss Velma Temple of Chicago.
A beautiful center piece of snap
dragons, sweet peas, and dalhias,
decorated the table. The tasty and
delicious breakfast was enjoyed by
RUDD BROTHERS HOME
Robert and Russell Rudd, sons
of Mr. and Mrs. Russell N. Rudd,
2885 Ohio, are home bringing the
children of the family together for
the first time in 5 years.
Robert is a musician in Califor
nia, and has served in the Cana
dian and US armies during the
war. Russell is employed by the
Canadian Government Research
Laboratory, and served in the RAF
during the war as a navigator. He
will be in the city several weeks.
The other members of the family
here are Jean, honor sociology
student at Omaha U., and Billy.
* * *
Hostesses of two lovely dinner
parties this past week were Mrs.
Mae Jackson and her daughter,
Mrs. Olive Davis of 2219 Ohio St.
Sunday, August IS. The ladies hon
\EAR ISORTHSIDE BRANCH
OF GREAT LAKES SINGERS
Word was receved this week
from Prof. Wayman Hathcock,
director of the Great Lakes Sin
gers of his anticipated return en
gagement of the singers on Wed
nesday. Sept. 4. This will be great
news to the many persons who
did not have the opportunity to
hear the singers and especially
■vhen they learn that Booker Wash
ington, local pianist and vocalist
has joined the group as accom
panist and singer. Hathcock states
that with the addition of Wash
ington the content of their program
has improved. Don’t forget the
date.. Wednesday, Sept. 4th.
SETTING UP CONFERENCE
TO BE HELD I
The staff setting-up conference
of the Omaha YMCA will be held
Saturday, August 24th at the Coun
cil Bluffs YMCA. The purpose of
the conference is to discuss the
programs in the various branches
and to gear them into the commu
nity life. Tom Soott and John R.
Butler will represent the Near
ored their house guests Mr. and
Mrs. Palmer Jackson of Minnea
polis, Minn., and Mrs". Nan White
hall of Fremont, Nebr. Covers
were laid for 20 guests.
Monday August 19 at five o’clock
the hostesses honored their guest
Mrs. Palmer Jackson and Mrs.
Bertie Wiggins of Chicago and I
Mrs. Lulu Smith of Denver, who
are the guests of Mrs. Lulu Roun
tree. At this event covers were
laid for forty guests. Other out-of
town guests included Mrs. Madge
Jones of Atchison, Kan., Mrs. Sara
Aris, of Chicago, Mrs. Sara Thomp
son of Los Angeles Mrs. Connie
Ware of Oklahoma City and Mrs.
Walker of Chicago.
VISITING Kl LLI NGSWORTHi
A house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Killingsworth of 2617 Ers
kine St. as Mr. Killingsworth’s
sister Mrs. Carrie K. Ford of Par
is Texas. Mrs. Ford who was en
route to her home, had been at
tending the Woodman Convention
which convened in Denver last
week. Mrs. Ford, secretary of the
Woodman Camp in Paris was a de
legate to the convention. She ar
rived in Omaha Sunday, August
18 for a few days visit at the home
of the Killingsworths. Mrs. Ford
was an honored guest at a party
on Tuesday evening August 20 at
her sister's home. Mrs. Joseph Tay
lor was co-hostess.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Everette Dam of
Little Rock. Ark., are in Omaha
visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Coleman of 2808 Miami
St. The counle arrived in Omaha
for a visit about two weeks ago
and expect to leave for their home
this week. Mrs. Darn will be re
membered as the former Jobnette
Coleman of Omaha. At present
is studying law in a Little Rock
Miss Kathryn Galloway Kenner,
daughter of Mrs. Alice M. Kenner
of Chicago is spending her two
weeks vacation as guest of Dr. and
Mrs. Terrell of 2025 Lake St Ka
thryn who is in the 7th grade in
the Chicago schools, is having an
enjoyable time visiting with rela
tives and friends and getting ac
quainted with other youngsters
who are planning to enter high
school after next year. Tuesday of
this week with her s^ter Jo Anne
brothers Boyd Jr. and Chas. Gallo
way, 3rd generation, father Boyd
Galloway Sr., and Mrs. Julia Gal
loway, she attended a picnic at
Carter Lake Park.
Kathryn also has been entertain
ed by her uncle C. C. Galloway.
Other events are being planned.
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.cool and fresh.
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tubbings and wearings.
Plaids, stripes, or floral
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