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SOCIAL Activities j
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Cr®w C>lo8^ Bcaulv Shoppe
2512 North 24th
Wishes to Announce the
Appointment of Two Additional
Call AT. 3036 for Appointments
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<! the opening of the
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2118 NORTH 24th Street
Everything in the Line of
! CIGARS, CIGARETTES, A i
J \ Jackson A Godfrey, Props. J
Johnson Drug Co.
2306 North 24th
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Job for Housekeeper arid Cook
with Middle aged person for
room and board and a small
call WE. 2615
(after 5:30 p. m.)
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Of the Northside Beauty School
was held Sunday Oct. 20 at Em
anual Community church, 2310 N.
Rev. Ridley preached the text
and sermon. The ten graduates
presented their instructor, Mrs.
Hazel Wainwright with a beauti
ful white silk blouse.
The choir under the direction of
Johnnie Hybough rendered some
very beautiful selections. The ser.
vice was very well attended.
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The Sunshine Dept, of the Wo
mens’ Christian Service of Em
anual Community church of which
Mrs. Georgia Borders is chairman
gave a very succcessful dinner in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mac
Bender of 2911 Lake St., Oct. 10.
• • •
INJURED WITH ARROW
Marvin Kellogg Jr.. 3 year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kell
ogg Sr., of 3216 Emmett St., was
seriously injured by a bow and
arrow Oct. 19. The arrow hit him
in the eye. Little Marvin is con
fined to Doctors’ hospital and his
condition is reported serious.
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A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. C. Henderson. 3002 Grant St.
i at University hospital Oct. 19.
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TO VISIT OMAHA
Mrs. Edna Woods of Los An
1 geles is expected in Omaha on or
about the 1st of November. Mrs.
Woods lived in Omaha for about
a year at the home of Mrs. Edgar
Lee of 2417 Maple St. Mrs. Woods
i is enroute home.
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AMERICAN LEGION PARTY
Radio to be given by the Ladies
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to be given Thursday, Nov. 14th.
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TO VISIT D. C.
Mrs. Zennie Mayfield of 2526
Ohio St. is leaving Wednesday,
October 23 for Washington, D. C.
to visit her daughter Mrs. Molley
Taylor. Mrs. Mayfield will be gone
for the winter.
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RETURNS FROM ST. JOSEPH
Mrs. Fred Clark, 2874 Miami
St., returned recently from a week
end vacation trip visiting her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert McGaughy and grand
children in St. Joseph, Mo. She
reported having a lovely time.
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RETURNS FROM VISIT
Mrs. Jerry Owens of 2877 Mia
mi St., returned home Tuesday
October 16th from a two month
visit in her home-town of Quincy,
111., and Burlington, la. Mrs. Ow
ens visited relatives and friends
in many other cities.
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FRAZIER BROS. CLOSES
CAFE ON SOUTH SIDE
Earl and Calvin Frazier closed
their restaurant at 5212 So. 25th
St., because of the meat short
age. They are planning to open
a swanky much classier place of
business on or about the 1st of
the year. At nresent the Fraziers
are selling French fried shrimps
at their home, 2853 Miami St.
• * • •
Mr. and Mrs. H. Anderson, 2818
Miami St, formerly of Salt Lake
Citv, Utah, moved to Omaha on
September 14 th to make their
home. Mr. Anderson is employed
at the Omaha Foundry Works do
ing the same type of work he
did in Salt Lake City. The Ander
sons are planning to purchase a
Mrs. Lula Taylor of 2308 No.
27th Ave., has iust returned from
a five-weeks trip in California.
She reports having had a very
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Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thompson
of Weleetka, Okla., are visiting at
the home of their brother and
sister-in-law at 2814 Miami St.
• • •
Mr. Frank Carter, Armetia Wil
son and Sherman Goodlow, former
ly of 2425 Frskine St., are now
living at 2810 Miami St.
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MRS. PINKIE OLIVER
Of 2870 Corby Street, who has
been confined to her home after
having suffered a stroke on July
20 in Kansas City, Kansas white
visiting her son William Johnson.
Mrs. Oliver is well on the road
to recovery. She is able to attend
her duties as superintendent of
Freestone Primitive Bapt. Church,
1318 North 26th St.
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CHARLES A. CLEVELAND
Of 2862 Corby Street, a 31 year
veteran Pullman Porter, has been
confined to his home because of
illness. Mr. Cleveland was retired
October 5th from the Union Pa
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Mrs. Ruth Grizzard of 2860
Corby Street, who has been con
fined to her home’for some time
is showing marked improvement.
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Staff Sgt. Wyrick and wife, Mae
Orita of San Antonio, Texas, are
visiting in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Baker of 2723 North 28
Ave. The Sgt. and wife will be
here until Oct: 26th. Sgt. Wyrick
is stationed at Fort Sam Houston,
Texas. They have been motoring
through Little Rock, Ark; Forrest
City, Ark; and Memphis, Tenn.
This was a thirty day furlough
for Stg. Wyrick,
• • •
Mrs. Wendell Collins and her
daughter Jean, spent the week of
the 14th to 18th of Oct., with Mrs.
Collin's sister Mrs. George Coop
er of Council Bluffs, la.
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There was a dinner party at
the American Legion of Council
Bluffs on Oct. 15th Tuesday night
by Mrs. Viola Stewart and Mr.
Samuel Baker. Among the Omaha
guests were Or/and Mrs. L. Haw
“IT PAYS TO L0OK WSLL"
— MAYO’S BARBER SHOP —
Ladies and Children’s Work
2422 LAKE STREET
kins, 2414 North 24th St., Mrs.
Belle Taylor of 2863 Miami Street
and Mrs. Wendell Collins.
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CALLED TO MISSOURI
Mrs. Rose White Jr., of 2121
Lake St., was called to Slater, Mo.,
because of the death of her fa
ther who passed away on Thurs
day, Oct. 17.
• • •
MR. WILLIAM WHITE
Of 2868 Ohio Street, is now em
ployed at the Calandra Camera
Company at 15th and Douglas St.
Mr. White is the son-in-law of Mr
and Mrs. James C. Jones of 2532
• • •
Mrs. Lizzie Stamps and daugh
ter Florence Brown are visiting
from Hannibal, Mo., and Mrs.
Beatrice Johnson of Parsons, Kan
are visiting the home of their
sister Mrs. John Jackson of 2601
North 30th St. They will be in
the city a week.
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ENTERTAINED WITH POKENO
Mrs. Viola Stations of 2218 Mi
ami St., entertained with a pokeno
party. Mrs. Naomi Hender of 2814
N. 30 th St., and Mrs. Florence
Brown of Hannibal, Mo., were
guests; also Mrs. Emma Hall;
Bracie Hunter, Rachel Cole, Eve"
lyn Smith. Refreshments were ser
ved and all had an enjoyable time.
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RETURNS FROM VACfTION
Mr. Albert Wright of 2872 Ma
ple Street returned home October
16th from an extended vacation
in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio. Mr
Wright visited the Goodrich rub
ber plant in Akron. Ohio. His va'
cation lasted over the neriod of a
month. Mr. Wright visited Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Kearns, the former
secretary of the Omaha Urban
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Of 6426 Francis St., Lincoln,
Nebraska is visitine in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Littlejohn of 2855
Ohio Street. Miss Smith will leave
for Lincoln on Sunday, Oct. 20th.
* * *
ENROUTE TO CHICAGO
Discharged veteran, Leroy
Young of Ponca City, Okla., visit
ed the Guide office, this week
while enroute to Chicago, HI.,
where he will reside permanently.
Mr. Young plans to study Body
and Fender repair work as a
trainee under the Veterans’ On
the Job Training Program.
While in Omaha Mr. Young re
newed acnuaintances with Oma
hans, Leroy Gibson, Raymond Dor
sey and Eugene Penn, who were
service buddies during the war.
* * *
GIRL SCOUT ACTIVITIES
Troop 62 of Girl Scouts had
their second meeting of the year
at the Urban League Monday,
October 21st. The following offi
cers were elected: Pres. Betty
King; vice-pres., Shirley Shelton;
secy., Betty Majors; asst, secy.,
Barbara Walker; and treas. Mar
Plans for a Holloween Party
were discussed by the girls and
wil be completed at the next meet
ing, Monday, Oct. 28th.
So long and good scouting—
Your Scout reporter, Vvonne
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RETURNS TO NAVY
After spending a ten-day vaca
tion with his parents, Mr. and Mrs
Archie B. Parks, 2434 Patrick Ave
Raymond H. Parks returned to
duty with the US Navy. Raymond
has been in the Navy since Jan
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ENTERTAINS AT DINNER
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Hawkins of
2124 No. 24th St., entertained at
a special dinner for Mrs. Loretta
Douglas of Little Rock, Ark. Mr.
and Mrs. Adam Lee of Omaha;
and Rev. E. W. Beasley and wife
of Jackson, Tenn. The table was
Very beautifully decorated with
flowers and the guests were given
a friendly welcome and'everyone
congratulated the Dr. and Mrs.
Hawkins for such a fine affair.
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Mrs. Irene Harvey, 2404 North
27th Ave., left Oct. 12 to visit
her mother and sister in Chick
aska, Okla. Mrs. Harvey will be
gone for 5 or 6 months.
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RETURNS FROM CANADA
Mrs. Harvey Carter just return
ed Oct. 20 from an extended trip
by plane. Mrs. Carter visited in
Akron, O., Cleveland, Detroit, and
Chicago. Also Windsor, Canada.
She spent two weeks in the east
where she was houseguest of Mr
and Mrs. Raymond Brown.
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MRS. J. D. THORTON
Of 2311 North 27th Ave. is
confined to her home after hav
ing an operation at Methodist
hospital. Mrs. Thornton was in
the hospital for three weeks. At
this time she is much improved.
* * *
Rev. C. L. Williams has taken
the pastorate of the AME church
of Lawrence, Kan.
• • •
Mrs. Molly Laudrum of Louis
ville Kentucky is visiting in the
home of her daughter, Ada B.
Relford of 2312 No. 27 Ave. Mrs.
Laudrum came to Omaha to re
cuperate after having had an op
eration. She will be in the city
O-bout two months after which
time she will go to Los Angeles
and expresses the fact that ,she
likes Omaha so ‘much she will
come back to make her home in
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RETURNS FROM L. A.
Mrs. Lutisha Taylor of 2308 N.
27th Ave., has returned home
from Los Angeles where she had
a five weeks vacation. Mrs. Taylor
reports having seen many Oma
hans and had a very lovely visit.
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Bracy Hunter spent the week
end of Oct. 12th in Kansas City
Mo., and Kan., celebrating his
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MR. AND MRS. BAYLAR
Of Chillicothe. Mo., are visiting
in the home of their sister and
brother. Mr. and Mrs. Ray John
son of 2722 Burdette St. The Bay
lars will be in the city until Nov.
a a a
Mrs. Christene Brown of 262414
Erskine St., has been confined to
her home because of illness. Miss
Brown is able to be up but not
outside at this time.
LAST RITES HELD FOR
Surrounded by many beautiful
floral offerings and by his family
and many friends, last funeral rit
es for Mr. Edgar Wiley, 54 years
old, who died early Sunday morn
ing, October 20, at his home 3163
Evans Street, were held at Cleaves
Temple CME. Church, 25th and
Decatur Sts., Thursday afternoon,
October 24th at 2 p.m., with the
Rev. C. C. Reynolds of Clair Chap
el officiating. Burial was at For
Mr. Wiley, a well known resi
dent here, was a very active and
prominent churchman and was
one of the original Charter mem
bers of Cleaves Temple CME.
Church here. He is survived by
his wife. Ida; son-in-law and dau
ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Dillard
of Omaha, mother, Mrs. Litisha
Wiley of Tyler, Tfcxas, seven bro
thers, three sisters, one being Mrs.
Jennie Allen of Omaha and a host
of other relatives and friends.
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FRANK BROWN, RETIRED
Mr. Frank Brown, 2715% R.
Street, died Monday, October 21
at a local hospital. Mr. Brown had
been in failing health for some
time. He was a retired butcher
of Swift and Company and had
lived in Omaha thirty years. He
is survived by his wife, Mrs. Sa
rah Brown; step daughter, Miss
Frances Spencer and other rela
tives. The body lay in state at
Thomas Funeral Home until the
funeral hour. Services were held
at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon
from Bethel Baptist church with
Rev. M. C. Williams officiating.
Burial at Graceland Park Ce
THE RHEUBENNETE CLUB
Is sponsoring the Elks Ensemble
at 8:15 Sunday evening, Oct. 27
at Zion Bapt. church. Everyone
is invited to attend. There will be
no admission, just a free offering.
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McCREA TO INSTRUCT
GOLDEN GLOVES ASPIRANTS
Buddy McCrea, Athletic Instruc
tor of Charles St. Recreation Cen
ter is starting to train a large
number of boys for the Golden
Cloves. They are as follows:
Emile Jordan; Bobby Battles;
Clifford Triggs; Baby June Cray;
Sam Williams; John Goodwin;
Tommy Dooley; Sam Grimes;
Jimmy Hawkins; Joe Glass; Jim
my Williams; Harold McDonald;
Lawrence Jennings and Joe An
derson. Any boy may take lessons
whether he intends to become a
boxer or not.
* * *
Were held for Ted Dalton, 34,
2610 Jefferson at Myers Funeral
Home Wednesday at 10 am. Bur
ial at Wantonga, Okla. Survivers
are wife. Delores; son, Theodore,
mother, Mrs. Sally Carpenter.
MRS. ROWENA SUDDUTH
Of 2828 R. St. is confined to
Lutheran hospital recuperating
from an illness.
* * *
TO VISIT TEXAS
Mrs. Dora Alexander, of 2620
No. 25 St. left Omaha October
18 to visit Dallas Texas, Tulsa,
Okla., Oklahoma City, Aarmore’
Chicashay, Okla. She plans to be
gone two weeks.
* * *
MRS. HELEN HICKS
Of 2614 Grant St. is convales
cing at home after having suff
ered an injury to her knee in a
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MR. and MRS. GERALD MORRIS
Of Los Angeles have been visi
tors in the home of Mrs. Nash
and daughter, Martha Smith of
2617 Grant St. The Morris’ spent
a week in the city.
Also Mr. James Perry of Port
land, Ore., recently discharged
fi'om the armed forces, spent a
few days in the home of the
Nash’s. He was enroute home.
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VISITS LOS ANGELES
Mrs. Bernice Dorsey Rice, wife
of Mr. Eugene Rice, the
grandson of Mrs. Nash of 2617
Mrs. Rice is now making her home
in Los Angeles.
She is entertaining with a pre
halloween party at her parents’
home 2714 Douglas St., for her
two children Gerald Lee, May
Jean and her neice Lois Maroney
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Visiting Guest Speaker
FLORA CHISHOLM. Sorority Health
Speaker at YWCA. Thursday, Oct. 24th
The Northside Branch YWCA
outlines its program for the Fall
season which includes recreational
spiritual and cultural activities as
Unity Class _ 1:45
Choral Group _ 8:45
V. N. A__ 9:00
Physical Fitness _ 8:00
Trojan Club . 8:30
Knitting, Handwork, Tatting
Sewing _ 2-4, 7-9
Timekeepers Club _ 8:30
Semper Fidelis (Y-Teen)__ 4:00
Judy Lewis Entertains Friends at Birthday Party
On Tuesday, October 22 Little
Judith Lewis, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Lewis of 1415 N.
24th St. celebrated her fourth
birthday with a party for 25 of
her little friends. From 3:30 to
5:30 pm. the youngsters enjoyed
many games, each wore a gay
black and orange paper hat. Re
freshments consisting of ice cream
and cake were served and candy
favors were given to each of
Judith’s guests. Judith received
many lovely birthday presents.
Guests at the party included:
Marsha Buckner; Gwendolyn Tay
lor; Jo Ann Galloway; Charles
Moore; Joyce King; Raymond
Dorsey Jr.; James Hall Jr.; Mar
quita Williams; Andre Williams;
Barbara King; Charles Galloway;
Judy Davis; Peaches Hall; Alfred
Turney; Charles Dickerson; San
dra Su Williams; Claudette Wat
kins; Hontis Farmer Jr.; Char
lene Farmer; Richard Farmer;
and Butch Sherman.
Mothers who assisted Mrs. Lew
is and attended the junior party
were: Mmes. Venita King; Dave
Buckner; Julia Galloway; Gwen-'
dolyn Turney and Susie Williams.
Gros Eick (Y-Teen). 4:00
Quack Club .. 8:30
Rhythmics & Ballet . 10:00
Rhythmics & Ballet ...7!. 11-2
For additional information regard
ing these activities call WE 1539.
On Sunday, October 27 at 6:00
pm., Miss Camille Dunham will be
presented in a recital at the branch
building. The public is invited.
AKA Sorority will hold a public
health meeting at the Branch bldg
on Thursday. Oct. 24 at 3:30 pm.
Miss Flora Chisholm, secretary of
the National Health program, will
be a visiting guest.
A night of fun was had by the
Troian club on Tuesday, Oct. 15
when a delicious macaroni salad
was served following the games.
The Timekeepers will have a
Round-the-World party at which
time they will go from house to
house for various snacks. The
club has outlined its program for
the rest of the year as follows:
October 16 ..
October 30. Holloween party
November 6 . ...Business meeting
Nov. 13 .... World Fellowship
Week, World Week of Prayer
November 20 ....New ideas for
Thanksgiving, — Mrs. Anne
November 27 .... Coffee Hour—
World 'War n; Two former
soldiers one from Pacific; one
from Europe to tell of their
December 4 .... Business meeting
December 11 .... Bo' k review
December 11 .... Christmas Party
December 25 .... Xmas Holiday
The Quack club outlined its
program for the year and plans
to observe Halloween by attend
ing a Hobo Party Oct. 25 in the
Branch building lounge.
NEAR NORTHSIDE BRANCH
“Y” SOCCER TEAM
DEFEATS METZ 4-0
The soccer team of the Near
Northside Branch YMCA streng
thened its hold on first place in
the City Recreation’s Soccer Lea'
gue by defeating Metz 4 to 0 on
this past Sunday. This Sunday
the team will wind up the Parade
of Activities by playing a game
against Brown Park Sunday at 3
o’clock at Fontenelle Park.
The Near Northside Branch
Big Five basketball team defeated
their opponent, Clifton Hill Pres
byterian Church team, with a
score of 26 to 10. The Bobcats
the second entry from the “Y”
defeated the Commercial Exten
tion B. Team 44 to 8. These games
took place at the Omaha YMCA
under the heading of the Early
Bird Basketball Tourney.
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By Martha Lee Williams
South high school club initiated
their new freshmen members into
the club Friday at the Recrea
tion Room in the Terrace Homes.
They were: Marie Womack; Sara
Walkins; Shirley Mitchell; Joyce
Steele; Darlene Wilson; Joyce
Woodruff; John Wright and Na
dine Agee. Meetings are every
Wednesday night at 7 o’clock.
Some of the articles being made
by the members are: Rose Bow
den and Margaret Coleman, shoe
rocks; Jessie Franklin, fire place;
Hattie Osborne and Lula Black
ston, earing and pin sets; Clara
Porter, a lamp made from a bowl
ing alley pin and a fire place;
Beatrice Williams, a gingerbread
boy, bread board; Lorraine Grey,
a burlap rug; L. Hogan, a heart'
shaped holder; Audrey Stewart, a
crochet bag; Martha Williams, a
PROUD PARENTS are Mr. and
Mrs. Blanchard Johnson, 56141-2
So. 21st St., who now have a
baby girl, Carman Elizabeth.
Vernon Redd, 23, of 2638 Z St.
was dismissed from Doctors hos
pital Monday after treatment for
knife wounds on the shoulder. He
was stabbed early Sunday morn
ing at the Workmens club, 5219
So. 29th St. The assailant receiv
ed 30 days.
Eddie Evans, 42, of 3027% R
St. was stabbed at 29th and R
St. Saturday night. He was treated
for face cuts at So. Side station.
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