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No matter what section of th«
country you live in, there are
bound to be plenty of cool nights,
even in the middle of summer. 01
course, winter blankets have to be
changed for summer weights. Bui
the smart»homemaker must plan
for blankets of all kinds to meet
every whim of the weatherman.
There is certainly nothing worse
than waking up in the middle of
the night with chattering teeth.
That’s' why every bed should be
equipped with the best type of
Here’s a word of caution from
the makers of St. Marys blankets.
Lightweight blankets, like your
winter ones, should be 100% vir
gin w'ool to be properly warm. St.
Marys Whisper blankets, light as*
soft summer breeze, come in many
beautiful colors to add a real deco
rative note to the home. They
complement any color scheme and
give a cool, refreshing charm to a
Mr. and Mrs- Lloyd Gray of 2716
Corby st., were very proud to an
nounce the arrival of their baby
daughter. Brenda Alene who was
born at the Mthodist hospital at
12:29 a, hi. FViday morning, June
5. weighing five pounds 13 ounces
at birth. Mrs. Gray is a member
of the St. Mark Baptist church
and Mr. Gray is a member of the
Primitive Baptist church- The
proud grand parents of the new 1
arrival arq‘ Mr. ‘and Mrs. Dan
Marrian and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Nite & Day
2(H2 North 21st St.
ALL KINDS OF DELICIOUS
‘OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY”
Deliveries Made—Small Fe«
Charge for the same.
Call ATlantic 9541
Magic Cookies are Grand When
Teen Agers Give a Gala Party
ALL the teenflove to give parties
and it’s a wise mother who wel
comes open house evenings, even if
it means a lot of commotion. When
they have gathered for a bout with
Monopoly or Flinch or any other of
their favorite gam9s, just give them
permission to serve their own eats,
on their own, when they are hun
gry, and they will be happy.
A batch of crisp, crunchy cookies,
for example, and a round of milk
shakes provide satisfying, thrifty
party fare for the young crowd. A
delicious cookie recipe that’s a g-ood
start for beginner cooks is made
with sweetened condensed milk.
This creamy, smooth blend of whole
fresh milk and sugar p'rovldes a
base for six different kinds of crisp,
crunchy cookies that require no
sugar or butter. And the recipe is
magically failure proof.
Magic Six-Way Cookies
1-1/3 cups (15 oz. can) sweetened
1/2 cup peanut butter
Any one of the 6 ingredients
1) 2 cups ral.-dns
2) 2 cups curn flakes
3) 2 cups bran flakes
4) 1 cup chopped nut meats
8) 2 cups chopped dates
6) 3 cups coconut
Mix sweetened condensed milk,
peanut butter, and any one of the
6 ingredients listed above. Drop by
spoonfuls on greased baking sheet.
Bake in moderately hot oven (375°
F.) 15 minutes or until brown. Re
move from pan at once. Makes
^ I. ot or Iced Chocolate
Melt 2 squares unsweetened choc
olate In top of double boiler. Add
1-1/3 cups (1 can) sweetened con
densed milk and 6 cups boiling wa
ter gradually. Add a few grains of
salt. Serve hot or chilled, with
whipped cream if desired. Serves 9, j
Waiters Club extends a friendly
welcome at all times
R. R. Boys serving on wheels
with a smile and Mr. Ed Lee and
Mr. James Richardson going good
at all times.
Mr. Geo- Thomas of the five
room service at the Fontenelle
and Mr. Geo.Lipton are very much
out in front and on the up and go.
Read the Omaha Guide for all
the newsof the race.
Waiters at the Legion Club are
toping the service at( all times.
Blackstone Hotel waiters are
improving on the service in a very
Mr. Glenn, Mr. Andrews, Mr.
Peterson, and Mr. Thomas, the
matridee from the Quaker State,
are head liners at the Paxton
Waiters at th Hill Hotel are
streamlining the service at all
Regis Hotel and White Horse
Inn waiters are holding their own.
The Barbers Column
Mr. Mayo and his working force
are on the job at all times.
Killingsworth and Price Shop is
all dressed up with new chairs.
Tuxedo Shop is in the front line
on service at all times.
Streamline Shop with Brother
Taylor and the very neat appear
ance of his walls and floors tops
on quick work.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Franklin
of 2600 Wirt st., were happy to
announce the birth of their baby
daughter, little Caron Ann, who
weighed six pounds seven ounces.
Caron Ann was bom at Doctor’s
hospital June 5. Mrs, Franklin is
a housewife and the mother of
four other children.
Mrs. Gertrude Robbins of 2819
North 28th av., is very happy to
report that her husband is rest
ing much better.
Miss Constance King, the grand
daughter of Mrs. Robbins left last
Wednesday night for Los Angeles
and San Francisco, where she will
spend the summer with her mo
ther and father.
FATHER FLANAGAN WILL
RETURN TO OMAHA SOON
Msgr. Edward J- Flanagan of
Boys Town will sail home from
Tokyo on Tuesday, June 17. He
will arrive in Seattle with his as
sistant, Mr. Byron Redd, where
they will go on from there to
Washington, D. C. Msgr. Flana
gan will make a report on his
child welfare tour of Japan. He
submitted a similar report to Gen.
eral MacArthur, Friday, June 13.
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MRS. PEARL BURMELL
American Legion Auxiliary to
Post No. 30, the new president is
Mrs. Pearl Burmell.
Other officers are Mrs. Grete
Wade, vice president; Mrs. Mar
ion Hickman, recoding secretary;
Mrs. Gladys WfHiams, correspond,
ing secretary and Mrs. Carrie
Mrs. Lucille P. James, chaplain;
Mrs. Anna Mary Kennedy, histori
an; Mrs. Bessie Williams, ser
geant-Bt-arms; Mrs. Stella M.
Camper, assistant sergeant-at
at arms. Mrs. Greta Wade was
chairman for the evening.
The officers were installed by
the retiring president, Mrs. Lula
The Jelly Mates met at the
home Mr. and Mrs. John Curt
wright, 2219 Locust st., Saturday,
June 7 and had a very nice and
The entertainment committee of
which Mrs. Roy White is chair
man have planned an old fashion
ed whist tournament to be given
June 30 at the Masonic HalH^Ali
club members are selling tickets.
Men, Women! Old at
40,50,60! Get Pep
At all Drug Stores Everywhere—
In Omaha, at Walgreen’s & Smith
Please help us by buying one
when you are asked. I am sure
you will enjoy it
At the close of the meeting a
tasty lunch was served in buffet
style. The remains of the evening
; was spent in playing games.
We adjourned to meet next time
with Mr. and Mrs. John Davis,
2118 North 29th st.
John Davis, president
Helen Brown, reporter.
Friday afternoon, June 6, after
Chapter meeting, Mrs. Lucinda
Davis entertained members of
Princess Ozeil Chapter 11 with a
oiuosBpi am }b uoaqauni A[baoi
Temple. Covers were laid for 24.
Everyone enjoyed the hospitality
of the hostess.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks and appreciation for the
acts of kindness, messages of
sympathy and beautiful floral of
ferings received from our many
friends in Omaha and other cities
in our recent bereavement at the
loss of our belpved daughter,
sisterand niece Miss Helena
Thomas who departed this life
Thursday June 5th. We especially
thank Rv, C. C. Reynolds, Rev. O.
J. Burckhardt, members and of
ficers of Clair Chapel Methodist
Church and all who endeavored to
lighten our burden in our sad
Mrs. W. C. Edson, mother.
Miss Henrietta Edson, sister.
Mr. Samuel Edson, brother.
Mr. William Edson, brother.
Mrs. Estella Titus, aunt.
Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson, aunt.
Mrs. Ethel Bowers, aunt.
Mrs. Nancy Lee, aunt
Mr. William Jefferson, uncle.
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This Week •
By H. W. SMITH
U. S. Congress passed the spec
ial Flood Bill on June 12th- The
arrival of the appropriation was
12 million dollars.
The Nebraska State Highway
Patrol received the first lie detec.
i tor on June 12. All State Law en
| forcement officers have been in
vited to make use of the machine.
Attorney General Eugene Cook
of Georgia will attempt to revoke
the charter of the Ku Klux Klan,
June 13, in a legal assalt of de
stroying the hooded order all over
Louis Laurentu, 28, Houston
Texas, has been reported insane
by a Lunary Commission to Judge
Fred Woser of New Orleans. He
stabbed a priest in the Immacu
late Conception Church.
All the wind mills in the area of
Newman Grove, Nebraska and a
garage were blown away on
June 11. None was injuried.
Fall City, Nebr. will celebrate
their 90th old Settlers Anniver
sary at Grand Island on July 4,
1947- Historic relics will be on dis
play in the store windows, Beise
bull and fire works.
The first enlistment for Sgt.
Argie Miller, U. S. Army Recruit,
ing Officer at Fremont, Nebraska
was his brother for three years.
Father Flanagan was greeted by
a group of 250 Korean girls in
Seoul, Korea singing, “When Irsh
Eyes are Smiling.” Some of the
orphanages he visited were as fine
as any in th U. S.
An effort is being made in
South Carolina to repeal the State
Former Army Captain James B.
White was killed in a plane crash
on June 14 at Champaign. Illinois
One of the former chairmans of
the National Democratic Central
Committee has made mention of
the important features of the 12
years of the Roosevelt Admini
stration. He also mentions what
developed when he was spoken of
as a candidate for the nomination
for president of the U. S. on the
democratic ticket, and he also
states he was not looked upon as
a good subject for the job! (Colli,
ers Weekly). It was no surprise
to the public!
Royal Candy Co. is now produc
ing some of the finest goods in
candy you ever tasted. Fine peo
ple to detl with. When you want
candy ask for Royal.
Conservative Loan Co., 1614
Harney st., stands ready to serve
you at any time. You can borrow
money on your home with ample
time to repay with a small inter
est charge. See them. Cautious
service to all.
Stop in at the Blue Service Sta
tion and have your car filled with
gas and oil. Have him make it new
so that you can enjoy that vaca
tion and feel safe while driving.
Give him a trial at 3003 Dodge
Dodge Radio Shop, 2965 Dodge
st„ is something new in radio, has
an instrument you can place on
your radio and get all of the M C.
News. The gentleman who owns
and operates this shop can tell
you many things about radio. You
would be surprised to meet such
a man in Omaha. Go and see him.
Drew Antique Shop, 3620 Far
nam st. I have often read of the
Paridisitcal place, but his place
sure resembles what I have read
in the Bible, the sweet beyond. A.
beautiful place to beholds He also
buys dishes and all the chinaware
you have to sell. Go in and see
Lozier Electric Co., 2918 Dodge
st. When you are in need of any
thing in the electric line call him
He can give you th advice that is
required to make your him bright,
and cheerful. Always at your ser
vice and can wire your home,
smiling all the time. A friend to
It is quite a pleasure for me
j to relax and think of men of 1
whom the public should be proud.
Look over the list and you will
discover that we have one in
the Trustee’s office—Mr. Ernest
Mr. Adams is qualified for the
office he now holds. He knows how
to meet the public an dis always
glad to relieve your burden. He
will sqnd you away smiling- I
wish we had more like him.
The American Insurance Co.,
301 Patterson Bldg., offers you
one of the most liberal insurance
policies you ever read and gives
you all the protection one could
wish, when you are sick or when
you get hurt on the job or at
home. It takes care of hospital
bills, operation bills, and doctor
bills. Please stop by and talk with
Earline E. Hall vs. Charlie H.
L Fern Emmery vs. Alonzo B.
STANDING OF “Y”
Total of previous contributions
in last week’s issue: $7,680.00.
Hotel Waiters and Porter
Club, Ernest Richie, James
Calloway .. $ 100.00
Nebr. Plumbing Co. - 50.00
Fred Dixon - 25.00
Colton Dry Goods Co. 10.00
Alperson Grocery -• 10.00
Tuxedo Barbar Shop - 15.00
Total to date —.$7890.00
CLUB TO SPONSOR CONCERT
FOR “Y” BUILDING FUND
The Beau Brummell Club, of
which Mr. Gerald McKinley is
president, ia going aU out for the
Near Northside YMCA Building
Fund, and sponsoring the world
greatest Negro choir, “Wings
Over Jordan,” Thursday, July 3
at 8:30 p. m. at the City auditor
ium. The Wings Over Jordan
Choir needs no introduction to the
Omaha public for they know that
this choir is capable of presenting
an outstanding performance.
“Y” TENNIS LADDER
TOURNAMENT TO BEGIN
ON JUNE 22ND N »
Mr. Eugene Skinner, chairman
of the Tennis Committee of the
Near Northside Branch YMCA is
announcing a ladder tournament
beginning June 22 at Dewey Park.
All persos wishing to participate
in the tournament may do so by
calling the YMCA. Plans for the
tournament were outlined in a
meeting on last Friday night in
which the following persons were
present: Eugene Skinner, Elwood
Ficteher, Robert Myers, Ralph
Adams, Marty Thomas, Travis |
Dixon, Frank Wilkerson and John
R. Butler. Three courts have been
reserved at Dewey from 7 a. m.
to 10:00 a. m. this day.
KANSAS CITY, Mo—With de
| legates from New Mexico, Color
] ado. Iowa, Kansas. Oklahoma and
Missouri in attendance, the First
Annual Region 4 Ycfuth Confer
ence of the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored
People was held at the Paseo
branch, YMCA, Kansas City, Mo.
on Saturday and Sunday June 7
and 8 with a closing mass meeting
at Morning Star Baptist church
The delegates present expressed
their views on controversial issues
having world-wide ignificance and
especially those which center in
A luncheon meeting on Saturday
afternoon was addressed by Mer
lin Miller, Educational Director
of the Consumers’ Cooperative As
sociation, who stressed three fun
damental rules for group success:
1. Hold fast to your ideals.
2. Learn to work and act toget
3. Win by friendliness.
Basic instructions on the obliga
tions of college chapters and
youth councils were given in all
of the sessions by Mrs. Ruby Hur
ley, National Youth Secretary of
the Association- She was assisted
by LeRoy E. Carter, assistant
'field ecretary of the Association
and coordinator for Region 4. At
torney Carl R. Johnson, president
of the Kansas City, Mo. branch,
discussed with the conference.
‘•Legal Techniques.” which should
be employed in fighting segrega
tion and discrimination.
The Sunday afternoon mass
meeting was was addressed by
Mrs. Hurley and also by Miss Ada
Lois Sipuel, who is widely known
as a result of her fight to enter
the Law School of the University
of Oklahoma. This case, in which
the Legal Department of the Na- :
tional Association is representing
Miss Sipuel, will in all probabili
ties be reviewed by the Supreme
Court of the United Stats.
Speaker at Fisk University's re
cent baccalaureate service (June
1) was Dr. Harold A. Ehrensper
ger, world traveler and editor of
Motive, Methodist student move,
ment publication. At the college's
73rd annual commencement ex
ercises the next day, bachelors
and masters degrees were con
ferrd on nearly 150 students. Just
returned from a speaking tour of
the Middle East, India, and China,
Dr. Ehrensperger is a recognized
authority on the use of drama in
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Spaulding Furniture Co.
3823 North 24th Street
Chest of Drawers, Sectional Book
Cases, Matched End Tables, sev*
eral kinds of Dinette and Dining
”0001 sets. Bedroom Suites and
New Living Room Suites and etc.
“Come In and See Us”
For quick Sale, cheap, $2,300
Uptown Cafe. During best bus
iness on Douglas st. Average profit
of $650.00 per month, lowest over
head and rent plus good lease,
leaving for West coast soon. 205
S. 13th st. Phone Ja. 2184
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Taken at 250b Burdette St.. |
Telephone JAckson 7284.
—Mrs. C. M. Elder.
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SELL US YOUR CAR
• We will come to your home.
Fred King Motors
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Specially Priced for the Week
Was $32.95 — Now $27.79
Allied Appliance Co.
205 South 18th Street
MARY’S CHICKEN HUT, 2722 N,
30th St., JA. 8946. Our Chicken
Dinners are Something to Crow A
bout. Robt. Jones, Propr.
LACN'HltlES Je CLEANERS
EDHOLM A SHERMV*
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and private listings, hundreds skill
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real money. Allied Appliance Co.
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COUPLE AND ONE CHILD
BEDFORD PARK—One New Home for immediate occu
pancy. 2 more for May 1st. Small down payment—F.H.A.
and C. I. Loans. Phone Hiram D. Dee, JA. 7718, JA. 1620.
Mr. Charles A. Cleveland, 67
years, died Sunday June 15th at
his home 2862 Corby st. Mr.
Cleveland was a retired Pul man
Porter and had been a resident of
Omaha twenty two years- He is
survived byhis wife, Mrs. Bennet
ta Cleveland, Omaha, two sisters,
Mrs. Anna Benton, Mrs. Sarah
Snowden, Los Angeles, Calif., one
neices, Mrs. Smith, St. Joseph Mo.,
and other relatives. Funeral ser
vices were held Friday afternoon
from Clair Chapel Methodist
Church with Rev. C. C- Reynolds
officiating with Iroquois Lodge
N-. 92 I.B.P.O.E.W. in charge of
fraternal rites. Honorary pall
bearers were members of the In
ternational Brotherhood Sleeping
Car Porters No- 30 A.F.L., active
pall bearers were members of the
Elks Lodge. Burial was at Forest
Lawn Cemetery. Out of town fri
ends attending the services were
Mrs. Nana Smith, Kansas City
Mo., Mr. C. O. Webster, Coffey
ville Kansas, Mr. I. H. Payne,
Mrs. Anna Davis Herron, 67
years, died Monday June 16th at
her residence 959 North 25th st. \
Mrs. Herron hg.d been a resident !
of Omaha 35 years and was a j
member of Piligrim Baptist Chur
ch. She is survived by her husdand
Mr. James Herron, three daugh
ters, Mrs. Bertha Lawrence, Mrs.
Frances Banks, Mrs. Dorothy
Brown, two sons, Mr. Ivah Gray, j
of Oakland Calif., Mrs- Sadie Mit- 1
chell Omaha, two grand children, i
one great grand child and other
relatives. Funeral services were I
held Thursday afternoon from Pil- ^
grim Baptist Church with Rev. J.
W. Rodgers officiating with offic
ers of the church acting as pall
bearers, burial was at Forest
Lawn Cemetery. Arrangements
by Thomas Mortuary.
Wm- L. Robinson, 2206 Miami 27 J
Mary E. Connally, 2206 Miami 25 '
Willie P. Lonett, 1836 N. 20 st., 30
Lula V. Coleman, 1836 N. 20 st. 22
We wish to Announoe r
THE OPENING OF THE K
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