The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, May 26, 1934, Page FIVE, Image 5

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    ENTERTAINS WITH
BRIDGE LUNCHEON
Mrs- Wm- Leonard and O. S- John
son entertained with a bridge lunch
eon,a t the home of Mrs- Leonard,
Thursday May 17- Those present
were Mrs- G- Ohyser, Mrs- V- McFall,
Mrs- R. McMurry, Mrs- G. Westbrook.
Mrs- G- Stamps, Mrs- A- Johnson, Mrs
0- Shobe, Mrs- M. Gants and Miss
Lillian Westbrook. High scores were
made by Mrs- Stamps, low score by
Mrs- Camper
ABBE’ WALLACE
M- D—I work very hard every day
and I never prosper- Why is it that
I don’t?
Ans: It is quite true that you work
hard—but who don’t Your trouble
is a simple one—you try to help other
people when you should be taking
care of yourself and your own future
OPEN UP A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
and put every spare penny in it.
Learn the meaning of Thrift—and I
guarantee you will prosper.
M- C—Does my friend mean me
good and will he keep his promise?
Ana: This boy is too far away to
mean you harm. He won’t keep his
promise for YOU WILL NEVER
RECEIVE A LETTER FROM HIM !
He is out of your life and won’t ever
see him again
H- J. L—(Should we stay here or
do you think that it is best that we
move?
Ans: I see no reason why you should
move since you are getting your rent
FREE- The old gentleman that owns
the house is a friend to you and you
should show your appreciation by
FIXING UP THE PLACE and keeping
it in tip top shape as long as you live
there- This is the least you can do
A- T- R—What did my husband do
with the watch that he got for a
Christmas present?
Ans: The young lady that gave
it to him, suddenly decided that she
did not care for him any more and
TOOK IT BACK. That is where he
has been spending his nights—but he
won’t be there any more and you
should be glad that the watch is go&e.
V- B. M—Where is my comb and
will I get it back?
Ans: The STRAIGHTENING COMB
is m a girl friend’s pocketbook- If
you care for more detailed information
read the notice attached to this column
and write for a private reply. Give
your full name and birthdate also
W. B- C—What is it that makes
me act the way I do?
An*: Your JEALOUS NATURE is
about to get the best of you and you
art inclined to be a little SPIT FIRE
Until you overcome this weakness you
will always be HATING SOMEONE
and making yourself unhappy. This
you have on your mind is not an
ENEMY.
N. J—Will I go on the trip I am
planning this summer?
Ans: Yolr mother will take you on
this trip you are planning PROVID
ING you PASS IN YOUR SCHOOL
WORK- You will have no difficulty
in 'making your grades if you study
hard now.
K. S- W—Will I ever have a new
home? Will it be anytime soon?
Aus: In about three to five your
husband will be financially able to
have a HOME BUILT for you. It
Notice of Administration
In the County of Douglas, Nebraska,
m the matter of the estate of Edward
Addison, deceased. All persons in
terested in said matter are hereby
notified that on the 7th day of May,
1984, Joseph D- Lewis filed a peti
tion in said County Court, praying
that has final administration account
filed herein he settled and allowed,
and that he be discharged from his
trust as administrator and tht a hear
ing will be had on said petition before
■aid Court on th« 2nd day of June,
1934, and that if you fail to appear
before said Court on the said tod day
«f June, 1984 at 9 o’cloek A. M-, and
grant the prayer of said petitioon,
eon test said petition, the Court may
enter a decree of heirship, and make
such other and furthr orders, allow
ances and decres as to this court may
seem proper, to the end tht all matte
rs pertaining to said estate may be
finally settled and determined
Bryce Crawford
County Judge .
CLASSIFIED A OS
Piano Lessons, Prances Coorington
Beginners 29*-.. Advanced students
50c. alnut 1816- 2214 Lake St.
Two Rooms Reasonable. Web. 4162.
FOR RENT—One three room apart
ment neatly furnished. Inquire
1417 No. 24th St. WE. 4044, even
ings.
Ixrves Kitchenette Appartment For
Rent at 2818 Patric St Call We. 5553
TOUR OWN—LAKE 8HOE SERV
ICE NONE BETTER; 2407 Lake St
Furnished Rooms for rent WEbser
2803.
Big Rummage Sale on New Goods—
1324 N 24th St Come and Be Con
vinced.
BETTER RADIO SERVICE
A. E. and J. E. Bennett 2215 Ci*m
mings St Phone Ja- 0696.
Housekeeping Rooms furnished or
unfurnished- We- 3738
IN PLUNGE
Rooms for Gentleman. Quiet. Mod
earte Home- Close to car Hne
We- 2184
ROOM AND KITCHENETTE At 7356
_ -Wanted 2 Sale Ladies and 1 sales
man t once. 1S08 N- 24th st- upstairs
POLITICAL POT
John Benjamin Horton
Horton c^mes out of his corner
fighting, swinging fists, declaring
that the republican race for nomina
tion as a candidate from the ninth
ditrict of the Nebraska Legislative is
not in the bag for anyone
Horton’s views are, “Repeal of the
Nebraska Bone Dry law,” “An anti
lynoh law fashioned after the Costi
gn and Wagner anti-lynch bill, fair,
reasonable, and imprtial enforcement
of all laws, Pan-Mutual race horse
betting if the people so decree, more
employment for waiters, dealing with
the NRA Code situation he says, “One
of the vital matters to be present to
the next governor and legislature of
Nebraska, will be that of the NRA
Codes- Hence I openly and unequi
vocally state my attitude now at a
time when Gen- Johnson plans to
to ask each state to pass a state code
and put the federal government
should not dictate to the state on just
how each person should operate his
own business! NRA codes have
meant higher prices for everything
we buy at exhorbitant costs for each
business in our state- I do not favor
the passage of a law, that would fur
ther jeopardize the people of Nebr
aska- It should be each and every
business man’s perrogative to run
his business as he see fit to do
bo long as the legitimate rights of the
people of the state are protected,—
particularly, labor;”
Passes Away After Illness
Of Four Months
Mrs- Ida Ward Hughes passed away
Saturday morning at the home of
her brother, Mr- Richard Ward, 2322
North 26th Street at 4:30 a- m- Sh<
had been confined to bed for about
four months
‘ FADED, or GRAY HAIR
WILL NEVER WIN HIM!
HER DULL.
FADED HAIR
WILL CAUSE
HER TO
LOSE
| GEORGE IF
HE’S WILD
ABOUT
HER-ITS TOO
BAD SHE
DOESN'T USE
GOPEFROT'S
Look At Her Soft,
Gleaming, Black Hair•
Georqe fights For
Her Attention Now!
SORRY
GEORGE.
THIS IS
MY DANCE
WHOSE
GIRL IS
SHE ?
Don't let colorless, faded hair rob you of love and happiness. Keep
your youthful appearance. Keep your luxuriant, jet-black tresses. GODEF ROY’S
Keep your man! Do what thousands of stage and screen stars and s»wrews»e saws 9
other celebrities do. Get a bottle of the famous Godefroy's Larieuse 1 ADICIIOC
French Hair Coloring at your favorite dealer’s today. If he can't sap- L « It I X U 3 C
ply you send *1.15 (stamps or post office money order) direct to r„_.l LI ▲ I D F" _ I_•
Godefroy Mfg. Ce.. 3504 Olive St.. St Louis. Me. rf^HCh HAIK LOloriAJ
Hayden’s Cash Market
Phone At. 8812, Prompt Delivery 24th and Decatur_
Specials Saturday May 26th
Butter, Sunlight Creamery, lb. 24c
NATIVE CORN FED TENDER
POT ROAST * Lb 10'
TENDER
SHOULDER STEAK LB 12*
LEAN MEATY
SPARE RIBS Lb- 7I/,C
Fresh Ground Wholesome Beef 100 per cent
PURE for Meat Loaf or Parties
HAMBURGER “• 7,/iC
Lean and tender ribs braze or boil with vegetables
BOILING BEEF Lb 6'
RFNAK’S souce, liver sausage,
l,'Ui ° MINCED OR PRESSED
!
HAM FOR WARM WEATHER LUNCHES
LUNCH MEATS “ 15'
' —•• -— j
PUKE RENDERED
LARD Lb. y/jt
White Tile WHOLE KE RN A L
CORN No 2C“ 12,/2C
MILLER 2Pks |qc
BRAN FLAKES
Made With Butter; Fine To Serve with Salads
And Luncheons (Ask for Sample)
EDGE MONT CRACKERS
ONE POUND PACKAGE |£Jc
TOMATO SOUP - PUMPKIN ^
KIDNEY BEANS - SPAGHETTI O C
VEGETABLE SOUP / P
_ 3 No. 2Cans for Lm
POTATOES FIRM RIPE
Large Clean 4 Lbs TOMATOES
10? Lb. J2'/$c
Extra Fancy Stringless
GREEN BEANS large
lh. Tm CUCUMBERS
EACH IJc
CANTELOUPE PEACHES FRESH
3 FOR 25c DOZ 28*
10* FRESH PLUMS
DOZ. Jgc
gome day she will become a great
Miss Davis is now employed at the
Hayden’ Cash market on Saturday,
Dorothy Scott’s secret ambition is
to become a stenographer.
We are looking forward to Mary
Ellen Dickerson taking the leading
role in the Metropolitan Opera some
day- Mary Ellen is now a member
of the Central High Capella Choir
ThpodorS tandifer has proven to be
an all star athlete
Howard Emith, Garfield Slaton and
Chrisman Clark intend to become
Spaniards by mastering the Spanish
language. It take more than just a
notion boys
Mary Alice’s ambition is to master
qontptometry then she says she will
be the perfect stenographer.
SQUARE DEAL COMMIS
SION COMPANY
2520 Criming St Phone At3711
HENS Lb 14c
SPRINGS Lb 24*
LEGGING
SPRINGS Lb 21c
YOUNG L
ROOSTERS 10*
Stricklv Fresh Eees doz. 15c
Call
Omaha Poultry Market
1114 No. 24 - We. 1100
Fresh Eeres - Fresh
Dressed Poultry While
You Wait.
WE DELIVER
For better
Gardens
Buy Yom Garden Seeds in
Bulk and SAVE 60 per cent—
We carry a Complete Line of
Rose Bushes, Trees, Shrubs.
Grass Seed and Fertilizer.
THE OLD RELIABLE
—Home Landscape Service
924 N. 24th St Tet JA. 5115
Mrs- Hughes was born in Glasgow,
Mo-, on April 1, 1871- She was mar
ried at the age of 18 to Will Hughes
of Nashville, Tenn- They made
their home in Columibus, Ohio- They
were married about 36 years- After
the death of her husband, she came
to Omaha to live with her brother
and sister-in law, Mr. and Mrs
Richard Ward, 2322 North 26th St-,
where she had been living for the past
nine years
Mrs- Hughes’ youngest sister, Cor
dell Ward came a week before she pass
ed away- The funeral was held Mon
day afternoon at 2:30 p- m- from,
the Myers Funeral home- The ser
vices were conducted by Rev- O- A- Cal
houn, of Cleaves Temple, he was as
sisted by Rev- L- P- Bryant of St
John and Rev- Burckhardt, of Christ
Temple.
Mrs- Hughes leaves to mourn her
less, four sisters and three brothers,
| Hazel Boyd of Kansas City, Mo-,
Fannie Debois of Kansas City, Mo-,
Margarit Ward of Chicago, 111-, Rich
ard Ward of Omaha, Mrs- John Ward
of Maryville, Mo-,Thorton Ward of
Columbus, Ohio- Mrs- Richard Ward
of Omaha and a host of friends.
The Editor,
The Omaha Guide,
Omaha, Neraska.
Dear Sir:
Please permit me through the co
lumns of your very valuable paper to
express my opinion upon the signi
ficance of the petition which is now
being circuated in Nebraska and Oma
ha in particular bearing on the idea
as sponsored by Sentor Norris.
Colored voters of Neraska should
realize the very effective and efficient
service which those members of our
group who have been elected to repre
sent us in the state legislature have
rendered not only to their own poli
tical constituents but to the whole
state of Nebraska- To lose the ser
vice and wisdom of our only represent
ative at this crucial time would be
a very severe blow to the progress
of the colored citizens of the state
of Nebraska
Under the “Norris Plan,” petitions
of which are now being circulated,
we would have absolutely no chance of
electing a colored representative to
Lincoln
Regardless of the merits of the plan
as submitted by Senator Norris, the
vital question arises, the services of
our own representatives been of such
benefit to us that we should continue
them in office. I say yes- Under
the Norris Plan we would lose this
political asset- We surely cannot as
sist in bringing bout this tragic sit
uation
1'he colored citizens of Chicago have
elected one of their own group to
the Congress of the United States.
Surely his services have, been resultant
in much beneficial legislation in our
interest- Can the colored citizens of
Omaha afford to do anything less.
DO NOT SIGN THE PETITION
and we can keep a colored man in the
state legislture, and our needs and
desires will always have a defender
on the job
Yours truly
William W- Peeples
HIGHLIGHTS AMONG
THE STUDENTS
Edrose Willis, a very talented young
lady, is considered a one of the best
nfusia teachers of Omfeha- She is
presenting a piano recital at the
PUBLIX
OMAHAS
First Low Rate
CAB CO
Hillside Presbyterian church on June
3rd- Miss Willis is now taking a
Post Graduate course at Central High
Tech’s chief opponent this year in
track was Central High, which was
paced by Walter Rhc^&s, who is
leading in the 100 and 220 yard dashes
Juanita Yancy, Ada Lee .Walker,
and Willa Mae Lynch remain very
busy entertaining the variods Home
Rooms at Tech by singing.
Mrs- Gagnein, catering teacher at
Tech, has decided that Elliot Garner
is one of the most helpful boys of the
catering class and one of the best
cooks- His ^mibition is to achieve
a “1”.
Sterlisg Canon’s intentions are to
become the second Paul Robeson
Eugene Skinner, former Tech High
student, has been greatly missed since
his graduation, but he is still keeping
up the good work at the University of
Iowa, where he is now in attendance.
All those that heard Dorothy Davis
speak at the Boy and Girl Forum
t the Y- W- C A. have decided that
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and tAm v.
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EGGS Strickly Fresh 2 Dozen 25c
GOLDEN ROD BUTTER P** Pound 25c
LARGE NEW POTATOES 10 Lbs. 25c
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PURE LARD Per Pound 7Vfcc
PURE PORK SAUSAGE Per Pound 71/2©
MEATY SPARE RIBS Per Pound 71/2C
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