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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1946)
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POST No. 2 ■ ■ ■■■■* w ft .00 Yearly.
VETERAN*), by H. L. MctaW,Ccm der-In order to keep abreast of the times, The AMVETS are launching their 1st Fall Membership Drive. Do vou know that the AMVETS* Club is YOUR Club? Founded and
ma.nlamed for your enjoyment and pleasure. A Place where you and yours can congregate in an atmosphere of Fun and Gaiety. €} To assure the permanent of the Club, it will entail the cooperation of aU Veterans of World
ar | h.s f.ne energetic group of men have banded together to give Omaha one of the finest Nile Spots in middle west. It took courage and initiative on their par!, as this venture entailed the expenditure of a great amount
; ' T' money* q I, Mcember8hiP Drive &ve aU of you an opportunity to become a part of this fine organization. q The layout and decorations of the beautiful SKY ROOM and Lounge are comparable to anv
... the mobile west— I he Moor Show—Service and Cuisire, leave hide to be desired. q A Complete Change of Floor Shows every 2 weeks. The 50c minimum charge is in keeping with their policy to provide the BEST of
IriT" j?0/avnVI«F^Pr,CC* q Meniber8 an<1 thHr Gue8tS 31-6 C°r,Iially invited- 1 SPecial Prices are in effect for Partie^ ^ The ground work has been prepared —all you have to do is step in— CAN YOU AFFORD TO
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O.Italia’s Ultra-Modern Club—“lVith the Finest Ballroom in the Midwest”
24th & Miami Sts.
JA. 9256 !
AMERICHN VETERANS OF WORLD WAR No. II
PRESENTS NITELY FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT AND. ENTERTAINMENT
on Monday Nites—Special Prizes.
Home of The AMVETS
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| BILLY WILLIAMS, M. C,
*m BOB FLUTE, Slow-motion & Clown Dancer,
I NELLO, Great Acrobatic Dancer & Instrumental
| CHRYSTIANA BUCKNER, in a Specialty of
Song & Dance
-DIRECT FROM CHICAGO'S CLUB DeLISA
I Two Floor Shows Nitely
MMtE ALLEN W LLIE WAIN WRIGHT. Barte 'ders. ready to serve you from behind the Beautiful
nar in the LOUNGE ROOM of the AM VETS’ CLUB.
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RSONNEL: TERRY GORDON, Leader; BETVi GIVENS, Vocalist; CLIFFORD DUDLEY
K LFWIS. Saxaphine: RICHARD MANAGER, Bass; GEORGE DREWSON, Drums. ’
'AINERS DELUXE: BOB FLUTE, BILLY WILLIAMS, C HRYSTIANA BUCKNER, NELLO
mat) a EE nmn iawu'iSw 1
-TO THE MUSICAL STRAINS OF
“and HIS MASTERS OF SWEET SW/I1SG”
• featuring BETTY GIVENS,
LOVELY SOISG STYLIST
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ENTITLES TICKET BEARER TO A
Steaks, Chops, Fish,
for Wedding & Club Parties, i
(All Photos on This Page by STATION BROS.)
ENTRANCE TO THE HOME OF THE AMVETS, Post No. 2 at 24th
& Miami Streets.
UTIVE OFFICERS IN SESSION:—left to right, PAUL B. ALLEN, Manager: WOODROW F
■ORGAN (standing), Adjutant; HAROLD WHITESIDE, Finance Officer; THEODUS McINTOSh’
Technician; and HERBERT McCA V, Commander. won'
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- - r'NG TOGETHER— HAROLD WHITESIDE, Finance Officer; CHARLES MOORE, Chairman of
House Rules Committee and PAUL B. ALLEN, Manager, planning out an enjoyable evening’s enter
tainment for members and their guests.
! MEMBERS AND GUESTS CORDIALLT INVITED
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