The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, September 01, 1934, Page 2, Image 2

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    SOCIAL 1 £> v'• • ’a _ CLUBS
AFFAIRS "O-O-Cl-e-t-y > ORGANIZATIONS
2 —.. ... „ . the omaha guide, omaha. Nebraska, Saturday, sept, i, 1934 ^ .—1 • ■-=»
nuts. TKD ADAMH AND OTHERS
ENTERTAIN OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS
; ‘ At hAnhoom park
Mrs. T»*l Adams, assisted by Mrs. E.
M. Wilson and Mb's. Gooden, ^entertain
ed with on informal dance at beautiful
Jlanscom park, honartng^Mrs and Mrs.
Gaines T. Bradford of Birmingham,
ala., an* Miss Lucille DO-vis of Mobile
Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Gaines Bradford be
Ang daughter and son-inlaw of Mrs.
Adams. -<
The gueet expressed themselves as
having an enjoyable evening at this
affair. After the dance, Mr. Robert B.
Jefferson of Dallas, Texas, entertained
with a delightful cocktail party, at the
beautiful and attractive Mid-Why tTafo,
at 241-8 No. 24th St., Mr. and Mr*. Jim
Bell, props.
Honoring Mr. and Mi-*. Gaines T.
Bradfond, Miss Lu i.le Davis, of Ala
bama. Guests present, Mr. and Mrs.
J D. CS-awford.Mr. fcnd Mr*. E. M.
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wal
tcB, Mr. and Mrs. William Davis, Miss
Lorraine Fletcher, and Mr. Gerald Phil
lips (esoort) Mr. Charles Wilson, of
Portland, Oregon, Mr. John Smith, Mr.
Herbert McO-w, Miss Celestine Smith
and Mr. Robert . Jefferson (escort).
The guests were highly entertained at
this p*try.
Mr. Robert B. Jefferson being & so
journer here for the summer is one of
Dale's most popular young men. Since
his stag here, he has made many good,
life long friends for himself. Mr. Jeffer
son will leave some time around the
first of September, when he will bo en
reute for the South, visiting on Hi*
jneftum trip, friends in Kansas City,
Tulsa, Oklahoma CHy and thenc© to
Dallas. He is motoring to these points
and expresses himself as having had
a wonderful time while visiting -here
in the Mid-West.
After the party at the Mid-Way Cafe
Mr. and Mbs. Sylveeter W*ltes enter
tained at their home on Binney St.,
with a beautiful twilight party, the
same guests being present Mr. and
Mrs. Waites are very popular hero *
mong the social and civic affairs of
Omaha
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Mrs. R. West and Mrs. Alice Smith,,
entertained Saturday evening at the
residence of Mrs. West, at a party
shower for Miss Louise Pryor, who’s
wedding takes place Monday Sept. 8, to
Rather Vice tor Holley, Rector of St
PhMip Church. s
Mrs. Alice M. Smith, of 2409 Blondo
Street, is expecting Mrs. Sam Patten,
formerly Mias Clara Rogers of Oakland,
California, to spend a few days with her
and relatives on her way to Chicago, '
She is expected Sept. 4th or 5th.
Mrs. Estella Watters, popular club
woman of the Pleasant Green Baptist
Church, just returned fram the Conven
tion in Des Moines, Iowa Those who
accompanied Mrs. Watter were; Rev.
P. : Price, Rev. Ford of Salem-, Bap
tist Church, Mrs. Ida Auston, Mother
Edward Ldtle. Miss Maggie Mae John-,
son, of tWe FWaaaint Green church.
All had a very pleasant trip, visiting
Rev: P. J. Price pastor of the Pleac
aant Green church.
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Mrs. W. M. Cooper, of 260$ Blondo
St., left FViday. August 24, for Tex
arkana. Aik., than #he will visit, her
mother and fathw and other relatives-,
Mr. Cooper is planning ejn .driving jjfy
through to the National ..Bap-,
tist convention, oonvenins » Oklahp
ma City, Sept- 5-8*
Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Dorse*. *C Mew
York City arrived in Omaha August 2T
to Visit with M. .r. Dorsey'a nwOw
and father. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. £9ft
aey, of 3717 Parker St, They plane ?n
spending a week with Mr. Dorsey's par
ents, leaving about the. and or 3rd »*
September. ^ : -.. •
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vra Katie Barlow and children, Oar
rie and Albert have visited with Mfs
Louise Strawther. of 2220 Willis AVe.
for the past week. Mrs. arlow and
her children have returned to Ghi
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Mrs. Mary Grant of 2223 Willis Ave is
expected home s*on from her visit to
lake Okoboji, Iowa. She has been ai
the Lake for several weeks.
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Mrs liable Hawkia*. of Chicag*, Id.
Who has been vlaMng with her d*ughte.
Mrs. Alice Galloway. 2M4 Mo. 28 St.
just returned from ft visit with relative!
and friends is Salt Lake City. Utah
M*«. Hawkins was the gae*t of Mr
Busk Green, wfeife in Satt IsUte City
She returned to btphha. Wednesday t
visit with her daughter again for tw
weeks.
TOURNAMENT HELD IN K C
“TSa., 4Ek V'.r.
The Swastika golf club is sending
a twelve man team to compete in a
tournament in Kansas City, Mo. Labor
Day, SeptS.
Other cities entering this tourna
ment are: De*-Moines, Topeka, St.
Louis and Kansas City.
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DEMOCRATS HOLD COUNTY
CONVENTION
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: Francis P. Mathews, chairman of the
Democratic County Central Committee,
opened the Democratic County conven
tion at 7:40 p. m Thursday Aug. 30,
the Council Chamber of the City Hall.
The convention re-elected Mr. Mat
thews chairman of the Democratic
Central Oommitttee. Mr. Milton Pet
erson, vice chairman, Paul Halpine,
secretary, James M. Roncka, treasurer,
Mrs. Beatice Gray and Mr. Charles F.
Davis were elected Committeemen from
the second ward to the Douglas County
Central Committee.
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REPUBLICANS MEET
IN CONVENTION
Lauding the Q. O. P. and arraigning
the Democratic party the Republican
County Convention opened in the City
Hall at 1 p. m. Thursday, August 30.
James A. Rodman w*e elected per
manent chairman of the convention.
A committee of sixteen were sppoint
to select the County Central Committee
personel. bgr. H^c^ Anderpon waP
placed on the committee a* is member
at-large.. ' t > -
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ENTERTAINS , NEW YORJL. GLE>T
\Ci«» Grace Dorsey,, pf 3717 Parker
St. entertained a few friends Wednes
.t/y •- 1*4 • w .ft *
day, Aug. 29, at a tea in honor of Mr.
and Mrs.. R-. C.. Williams of Augusta
’ j/iW *i r * ti.Vlf.i :
Ga. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Tbbrsey *re here visit
ing Mr. Dorsetf'd pJpMnfs.'M1. and Mre.
8. . ,H. Dos«jr> Mrs. R. G. Williams
aunt of Mr. Joseph Dorsey, also ac
companied then* Jto Omaha. They will
attend th*ir W4, Gabor
Gay - ,v; - ■. . ...
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8TSND8 ACATION IN . SUNNY
CALJEOJXNLY i
r%W.• * • . I
Oerald Craddock, llye^rs of age, son
of Mr. and Mrs. WCradock,
returned h<>me) aftfcr spending six weeks ;
in Sunny OUfOriilh; ;'*rtdlti'hg with h.i»!
grandmother , Mrs. W. O. Johndon,.
Bukerfield. California. He reports *
vey nice trip, and speaks of his en-1
Joyment in the nice California sun.
Mrs. oh.nny Jaoksonj 2904 Defcatur St. !
deparfM for Tulsa, Okla., to visit re-,
latives. Site intends, to stay two weeks;
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PENNY M31AS BA* HIDE
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The Penny,.-OMte.tftv
Spifttuak Uhuroh4 ,«i4»hnot5e<i ar h^y ..side.
Wednesday night„Aug at_-B}giwooj>d
Park. .• vi; f-*>t c lurn vtf trill,.
.. t Gurnee were playe^B,jr^iat wiener*
and ico.'CXQMK :r^.irfW^.
Will W»mep ■ Mt». t^i^lps,
M^a-^I.S.I -ty* nd^ehigi
sdMted bey Mra^^le.u^rtmnde.Uft
an 'snSoyahte eywi*ia„ r-iWiMif-. ■
* ' * ■ i-sr r <S n.Wflhl; t-jfi
Mim
Tcjoaa^i4w*nve«i tiAr tMuf&jf <
e eaing, August 28, ta visit with her
brothdr*aad.tf*«r4n*lhW.„!te:
aad-.-MXSt *L.«fAe i* .teaching.
in cuius, aam+amfi M*b
ha will he mdikinrUsrdeiJadipg on the
beginning e* scho<»l Ahflpion- t-H}?* Hay‘
deo 'Ww*ta«oUi«he^hl,»M*e„-SPMtha
offlehWhan**** -MW-tf&r ' y^.^ v*
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VICED- 'McDANIEl JS vJiNJERI VLNS
^VXTE AT MID CITY CENTER
y;>i« V - *, .
At i‘ Wftyit&ligilttfrdtf&fc' on, the
24ti,7 :Mfti>*niels
- * hi » iito mil i.^.t-~rr.
which CAUSE t» ***i-T*ke them
regularly ahdyeOshooW aufier lwa
and leaaaochcooelhfc PW|5ISTENT
USE BUNGS JP ^LMANENT RE
LIEF. Sold n ail good drag score*
Scull acac 50*.
LYDIA L PINKIAE’S
TADLETS
POR MBUEFAND PREVENTION
> BP PERIODIC PAINS
IHaaaaaaaHaHMM
proved himself a very charming and
efficient boat, when he so successfully
entertained his Wife, Mrs.Oorinne
Donnell Me Daniels, at a beautifully
appointed buffet luncheon at the Mid
City Comuni ty Ceter. The affair w®e
a complete surprise to Mrs. McDaniels,
and «*>«> wsf» |reaQ^r surprised;. The
lunch was served on tables prett
ly decorated with rose and garden flow
era. Bridge was the devension of the
evening. Mrs. McDaniels was reci
pient of many lovely gifts, of which
she w®« very grateful. Mr. McDaniels
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was so successful in putting over -the
surprise, with the a^stance of Mrs. G.
H. Ashby, Mrs. Walter Seals, Mrs
Howard McDaniels, and Mrs. jack
White.
The guest present included, Mr. and
Mrs. Sherley Taney, Mr. and Mrs. S.
V. Wheatly, Mr. and Mrs. Sabert
Hanger, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Thomas, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
McDaniels, Mr. and Mrs. Jack White,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson, Mr. and
Mrs. Bernie Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. W■
Gray, M}r. land MSrs. Wajte^- SejJlp,
Mr. and Mrs. Toby James, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer*,
Mrs. G. H. Ashby, Miss Will a Johnson,
Miss Rachae Taylor, Mrs. Julia Thom8*
of St. Douis and Mr. Jack Tolson.
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MR AND MRS F. D. WIGGINS OF
CHICAGO ENTERTAINED
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Wiggins and
were the house guests for a week of
Mr. and Mrs. Rountree, 1918 No. 28th
St.. Mr. and Mrs. Wigging spent
weeks In Wellington, Dl. O., with
Mr. Wiggins’ mother.
Mr., and Mrs. Jackson entertained
them Wedesday evening at 6 o'clock din
ner. Covers were laid for twelve.
Mr. an Mrs. Josepn Taylor entetain
end with a. bradge [M-rty in honor of
Mrs. Ethel Willis and Mr. and Mrs.
Wiggins. Mrs.. Pearl Wakefield enter
taned 12 for breakfast Thursday.. Mr
and Mrs Shirley Yancey enter
tained ten for six o’clock dinner Thurs
day.
Mr. and Mrs. F. U. W'iggina left
Sunday evening Aug. 26 for their
home. ....
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Mr. Lorothop Rogers of St. Paul.
MitynesoHa visited •the Omaha, Guide
plant on Tuesday, August 28
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Mrs. Lucius Fulwood, 2722 Burdette
St. entertained Sunday August 26 for
Mrs*. Robert Sherili of Tuscaloosa, Ala.
who is the house guest of her sister.
Mrs. Vera Hariss. A splendid repast
wag enjoyed Mrs. SheriU will return
to he home on Sept 1. to begin her
work as a successful teacher in tb#
public schools at Bessemer, Ala.
D. Eugene Muray, 2911 North 27th
St. is enjoying a vacation trip In the
Northern woods ol Minnesota, fishing,
boating and so, forth, in the company
of Mr. C. A. Musselmaa, Sec’y of the
Y. M. C. A. and hi® wife. Mr. Murrey
will return Friday August 3f.
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Mass Hallye Johnson entertained at
heme, 2020 Pinkney at. Among the
gueeta were, Misses Emily Williams,
of Oklahoma, Mr. Richard Green, and
the Loving Five; wich are
Joseph JJnion, Bill Cooper, Alomco
Whte, Ward el Tohrer, and El Cooper
A very delghtfull luncheon was served
by the hostess. The menu consisted of,
stuffed tomatoes. Red tpn, crackers, and
icd cream, and «ake,j A. beautiful gift
vrea-gitfian, the. Loving Fixity, the hos
tehs. • ■ -- *, y ,. ■
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2122 N. 24th $1
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Min I Hill I iihim '
Mr*. Florence Terrell
Mrs. Florence Terrell, who is visiting
Mn California with her aunt, Mrs. Hat
tie Newman, and her cousin, Mr., eu
gene Newman, 1631 1-2 West 20th St.
Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. Terrell wil
return to Omaha about Sept. 15. She
reports a very enjoyable visit in sunnj
California, taking in the beach ever>
, day.
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OMAHA CHECKER CLUB
The Omaha Checker Club will have
its grand seasonal opening meeting
the first Friday -in September, which
will be on the seventh.
All business and election of new
officers will be taken care of. The
meeting place will be at the Mid
City /Community Center, 22nd and
Lake Sts. at 8 p. m. All members
and checker enthusiasts are cordially
invited to be present
LesKe E. Green Reporter
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HOMER BURDETTE DESS
IN DENVER
Mr. Horaer Burdette, of 1829 No. 22nd
St. died Friday Aug..£4 in Denver
General Hospital in Colorado.. His
grandmother, Mrs. Rosie Anderson,
left last Monday, Aug. 20, to be at his
bedside, and w»s pesent at his death.
Mrs. Anderson brought his body back
to Omaha for burial.. The body was
shipped to Omaha, in charge.
Funeral services were held Thurs
day morning from the home of his
aunt, Mrs. Cera Haywood, at 8:30 a. m.
and at the St. Benedict's Church at
9 a. m. Burial w*« at Holy Sepulchre
Cemetery.
Mr. Burdette will be remembered as
a former sports writer for the Omaha
Guide, back in 1932, he also accom
panied Mr. Andrew Stuart on an ex
tensive tour through the South in
June, 1934
Mr- Burdette leaves to mourn his
death, his mother. Mrs. Mable Mack
of Denver, Colo., an Aunt, Mrs. Cora
Haywood of Omaha, an uncle, Mr.
William Anderson of Omaha, and a
grand-mother, Mrs.. Rosie Anderson
of Omaha..
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Ideal BottXing Co.
“IF IT’S IDEAL ITS
GOOD”
1806 North 20th Street
WEbster 3043
SUMMER ACTIVITIES
AT THE NORTH SIDE
Y. W. C. A.
51 girls enrolled in the second an
nual “Ptay-at-Home Camp” for teen
ago girls. The camp was conducted
during the month of July under the
leedership of Mrs- Alice McCarroll
Wilson. The following persons as
sirted: Mrs. Robbie Davis, the late
Mrs. Freddie Porter, the Misses
Mary Ellen Dickerson, Kizzie Lee
Harris. Viola Brooks, Lorraine Fletch
ei Asilee Dotson, Ada Lee Walker,
Veneeil Anderson; Mesdames Mabel
Johnson, Jesica Wright, Lois Goode
and Lucy Charlotte Crawford gave
interesting talks on table etiquette
and every daymanners. Sewing, in
cluding dresses and shorts, crafts, a
puppet show, ballet dancing, art, in
recreation were included in the pro
gram. During the four week’s ses
sion; 3 days a week a total of 370
attended the school.
The swimming class held at Christ
Child Center for four weeks enroll
ed such a large group that the in
structors; Mr. John Anderson and Mr
Dillard Crawford were forced to teach
in relays. Physical exams were re
quired of every student and much
progress was made by a large num
ber of beginners.
Miss Helen Wilkes, vice president,1
Junior, Senior High School Club rep
resented the Branch High School
girls at a ten-day regional conference
at Camp Brewster, June 15-25- Mrs.
Dorothy Pollard, President Trojan
Club was the delegate to the Busi
ness and Industrial Conference at
Lake Okoboji, July 2-12 Miss Chris
tine Dixon served as pianist at the
same conference. Both conferences
were attended by more than 400 white
and colored girls from Iowa, Nebras
ka, North and South Dakota, Minneso
ta, Colorado, Missouri and Kansas.
Specialists in health, economics, re
ligion, crafts, raci relations, psych
ology, national and world problems,!
leadership, etc, gave very helpful j
talks on practiutl girl problems
Problems ot the working girl eg.
wages, hours, co.les, unions, strikes.'
employer; employee atttudes were
thorougMv discussed
For the first time, the Industrial |
department of the North Side YWCA
was represented at the ten day lead
ership course held in the beautiful
MJcCormick Residence, Chicago, 111- j
Mrs. Lucy Mae Stamps Rucker, Pres
ident Quack Club attended. Twenty
five girls from the southern, eastern
and middle western parts of the coun- ;
try, Seven of whom were Negroes j
The Omaha Gaida
Recommend*
The State
Furniture Co.
Corner 14th and
Streets. As One of the Mo.-t
Reliable anti Aeconioii-tir.g
Firms to Buy from.
Prices the Lowest
and I
Terms the Easiest
1 HOCKEY BALL PLAYERS
WANTED
WANTED—COLORED HOCKEY PLAYERS FOR.
TRAVELING CLUB GOOD SALARY
" AND EXPENSES PAID STARTING ON
ROAD NOVEMBER 1. WRITE R. L.
VOJ2LZ, IN CARE OF ROBBINSDALE
I SHOPPER, ROBBINSDALE, MINN.
| FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS
Oh Boy, It’s Here
Free Lunch With Beer
FREE MENU—TAKE YOUR CHOICE
Each N‘*rht With Budweiser Beer—Starting 8:30 p. nt. Unntil 6 a- w
MOND Y _ CHICKEN SALAD
TUBS! \• 7“_________CRAB SALAD
WEDN YSD \ Y___AMERICAN SPHAGElTl
THUR’liAY ___SALMON SALAD
FRIDA Y _- _SARDINE SALAD
SATURDAY ---- TAMALIES
SUNDAY ____ SHRIMP SALAB
Remember w® sell the best Barbecue in town. It
is barbecued by Colonel Maeeto and served by Gen
eral Knox.
MASON AND KNOX CAFE
2307 North 24th Street WEbster 4208
THE HOME OF THE KING OF BOTTLED BEER
BUDWEISER
were present- The course included
an intensive study of the ways of
work and history of the Association
how to woric with people, techniques
of discovering the needs and interests
of girls within a group, committee
work, principles of program building,1
parliamentary law, etc. All expens- i
es for these delegates were met large
ly by the club groups- Through a
special scholarship fund set up by
the National Board *f the YWCA,
some aid was given
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UNDER THE FHA. PLAN
Under the Federal Housing Admi
nistration plan for remodeling, re
pairing and renovating homes, many
contracts will be let for this week
We urge all contractors, plumbers,
carpenters, etc. to register at the
Omaha Guide. We are anxous to see
you get your share of ths work
We likewise will be pleased to as
sist any home owner by direction and
advice toward assisting you in procur
ing the benefits under theF .H. A
_n_
REGISTRATION WEEK
FO FREE CLASSES
September 3rd - 7th . 9:30 p. m.
NORTH SIDE Y- W. C. A.
Spend your leisure usefully and plea
antly!—Knowledge is your BOSS!!!!
Be Prepared for the unexpected op
port unity!!
WITHOUT ANY COST!
PLANNED FOR YOU
JOIN NOW!
THESE ARE THE FREE CLASSES
Cooking, Sewing, Dramatics, Negro
History, Music Directing, Current
Events, Book Lover’s Club
-CLASS IN PERSONALITY-j
Learn how to like! Successful!
Learn how to get along with people!
Learn how to meet people!
Learn how to express yourself!
Learn how to be popular!
CLASS IN HOMEMAKING FOR
QUIVERING
NERVES
When yoa are fast on edge < . .
when yoa can't stand the children's
noise t;: when everything yon do
Is a harden . s s when yoa are irri
table and blue .;. try Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound. 98 out
of 100 women report benefit.
It will give you just the extra en
ergy yoa need. Life will seem worth
living again.
Don't endure another day without
die help this medicine can give. Get
• bottle from your druggist todayi
VEGETABLE COMPOUND
LOST 57 POUNDS OF
FAT-DIDN'T CUT
DOWN ON FOOD
“I lest 57 lbs. by taking Kroschen
S ’its and it had no 111 effect on me. I
f. Un’t cut ilown on a single food—I
recommend It to any
one who is over
weight-" Mrs. A.
Uopiak. So. Milwau
kee, Wis.
To win a slender,
youthful figure take
a half teaspoonful of
Kruschen Salts In a
glass of hot water
first t h 1 ng every
morning, while fat
is 'lfcaving you gain
In stoenetn, neaun i
and physical charm—look younger.
Many physicians prescribe It and 1
thov sandy ef fat folks nil over the i
world have achieved slenderness. A ‘
jar lasts 4 we/ks and costs but a trifle I i
at sny drugstore. But protect your l<
health—make sure you get Kruschen | <
—It's the SAFE way to reduce and <
money b”rk if not satisfied. •
HOME LOVERS
Ideas on how to entertain!
Ideas on how to decorate the home!
Ideas on how to keep the family hap
py!
HEALTH CLAES
A sound body is your greatest needf
Learn how to keep well!
Learn how to care for oommon ill*,
colds, headaches! ,
[yearn how to relax, how to get rid of
worry, fears!
Classes in Typing And Shorthand
Opportunity School For Beginners
And Advanced Pupils
Classes will start the second week
in September. Other classes will be
opened on request if 10 persons en
roll. Call Webster 1639 for further
information
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Swiftest and Best
RHEUMATIC
PRESCRIPTION
85 Cents
I
Pain—Agony Starts to
Leave in 24 Hours
Just ask for Allenru—Within M
hours after you start to take this
safe yet powerful medicine excess
uric acid and other circulating
poisons start to leave your body.
In 48 hours pain, agony and swell
ing are usually gone—The Allenru
prescription is guaranteed—If one
bottle doesn't do as stated—money
n ^back. ^ | _
~TELLS HOW SHE
TOOK 4 INCHES
OFF HIPS
7 INCHES OFF WAIST
In 40 days by tiklng Kruschen Saits.
Mrs. Hein Blaugh of New York City
reduced 26% lbs.—took 4 Inches oft
hips, 3 Inches off bust'and 7% inches
oir waist She wrtten:
"I haven't gone hun
gry a moment—I feel
fine and look 10 yv*.
younger.”
To get rid of dou
ble chins, bulging
hips, ugly soils of fat
on waist and upper
arms SAFELY and
without discomfort—
~ ■' ■■ * at tnc same tim®
build up glorious health and acquire a#
clear skin, bright eyes, energy and
vivaciousnesfi—to look younger and
feel it—take a half teaspoonfuTof Kru
echen 3alts in a glass of hot water
every morning before breakfast
One jar lasts 4 weeks and costs but
a trifle at any drugstore the world
over. Make hum -you get Kruneben
•attalltt.*1 8 SAFE. Money back If not
, Close at 4:00 A. M
Natnrday and Sunday,
Good Food Plus
EFFICIENT SERVlCe,
KingYuen Cafe
Chop bucy and Ketcamein
our hobby
American and Chinese Dishes
Phone JA. b.r>76
2010% North 24th St
Omaha, U. S. A.
MADAM SARAH ’ ^
A GIFTED READER
Special Life Readings 50e.. This
Week only. Madam Sarah tells
everything you want to know, and
answers all questions, Hidden
Treasures.. .If others have failed,
you consult me.. Satisfaction to
all or no Fee accepted.
READINGS CONFIDENT! AL
Hours 9 a.. m_ to 8 p. m.. Daily
408 So. 24th Street# Omaha, Neb.
•V For ha1 -es. morlirrs rdy
j j
on Mavis TaJcum IvAvder.
So pure — no added judica
tion is messary. It guards
hehy skins against chafing
and acid irritations. Within the familiar
Mavis red container is complete summer
comfort for every member of the family.
Mavis Talcum actually kt-ej/i the skin cooler.
by VIVAUDOU 25? '50? $100
MAVIS «0WDER *
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