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ROOMS and APTS.
KITCHENETTE FOR RENT
Apartment for rent. 2611 Caldwell
Two Furnished Rooms For Rent
2893 Maple St. m
3-Room Apt. Heat, Gag. Light*, private
Bath. 2480 Blando. J A 09*6.
Loves Kitchenette apartment for
rent at 2518 Patrick Ave. We.. 6553.
Boom for one or two gentlemen on
Binney Street—JA. 5918
Thrra Room Apt-, Furniture, gas,
light and water $4.60 week Ja. 0986
Kitchenette for Bent—strictly modern
2914 North 25th Street.
Two room apt. and use of kitchen
Furnished Room with Private Kitchen
to quiet couple WE. 0100.
Large front room- Twin bed*. Modern
home, near carline- We 2134
REAL ESTATE FOR
SALE OR RENT
1 Morder 7 room house newly decor
ated with garage, rent $21.50. Call
L. White, JAckson 28e9.
Mississippi Way Bar B Q
1825 N. 24th ST. J. H. Parker, Prop.
Fried’s Kosher Delicatessen
1509 N. 24th St. WE 2190
TULULA TEA ROOM
2422 Burdette We. 0689
BETTER RADIO SERVICE
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Furniture. Stoves, Rugs. Second
hand clothing for men, women
We also accept relief order* for your
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Kitchen Tables ___ 1 00
Good New Finish Beds_4 1.00
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Children’s work . -50
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Free . Demonstrations—Pressing Oil,
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2520 LAKE ST. We 2019
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1807 N. 24th St. WE 4249
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YOUR OWN—LAKE SHOE SERV
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DIRECTORY OF NEIGHBORHOOB AND CITY BUSINESSES.
Jilt. r CUEi.MIBlllJ' LLUC
The Ladies’ F iendship Club met
Thursday, November 22, at the home
of Mrs. Louis" Hill, 3119 Burdette
Stre t at 2:15 p. m. During the
business meeting, it was moved and
second *d tT at the meeting for Novem
ber 23rh l"' postponed until the first
Thu: iday in December because of
After tL: business meeting, the club
played w’.Lt, with Mrs. Emma Bush
winning C;ci p.ize and firs. Edith
Hope winning bcoly.
Miss W...r.Ificd Long donated some
money to the club, and a delicious
lucheon v -.o cccrved- We had one
visiter, J ..a il miiiz. of 3034 Bur
dette St. '-ha meeting adjourned.
Mis Ida Fountains, President
Mi . Minnie Eurns, Reeporter
Atty. Rry L. Williams,
Room 200 Turkman Block,
24th and Lake Streets
NOTICE of ADMINISTRATION
In the County Court of Douglas
In the matter of the estate of
Board Battles, deceased
All persons interested in said es—
tate are hereby notified that a pet—
ition has been filed in said Court
alleging that said deceased died leav
ing no last will and praying for ad—
ministration upon his estate, and
that a hearing will be had on said
petition before said court on the 8th
day of December 1934, and that if
they fail to appear at said Court on
the said 8th day of December 1934
at 9 o’clock A- M. to contest said
petition, the Court may grant the*
same and grant administration of
said estate to Elberta Battles or
some other suitable person and pro
ceed to a settlement thereof.
Flush Poisons From
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supremely efficient and harmless stim. j
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your kidneys the waste matter, pois
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harm, why continue to break your
restful sleep by getting up thru the
night- Just ask your druggist for
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but be surr and get GOLD MEDAL—
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ZION BAPTIST DRAMATIC CLUB
The Damatic Club of Zion Baptist
Church w-' S organized November 16,
IS.'1,4. by !;r. D W Gooden. The
oganiaation i? made up of High School
Students of the Sunday school We
hope to give plays whi'h wil’.l inter.
• st everyone.- The officers are: Voir
ceil Anderson. President; Allen Gor
don. Vice President; Ore Lee Britt,
Secretary; Dorothy Han*--, Tn* ‘sur
er: Harry Andtv?on. C-itic. and
Dcrcthy Scott, reporter.
Vonceil Anderson, President
Dorothy Scott. Reporter
Mis. Wesley Jones was a 'harming
hostess to the members of the Po—
Ke—No club, Wednesday afternoon
Plans for the extensive social activ
ities during the coming months were
iiscussed after which a dainty lunch,
eon was served. Those pre*eenet were
Mesdame-s William Davis, J. Dillard
Davis, Saybert Hanger, Fred Me.
Crawford. Russell Reese, Charlrs F.
Daniels and James C- Jewell, who
will be our next hostess at her home
2701 Dodge Street. December 5th.
The Jacques held their social meet
ing Saturday, November 17, at the
home of J. C. Stewart. 1416 North
25th Street. Among the guests pres,
ent was Miss Annabels Wheeler.
Toledo. Ohio. After much dancing
to sweet music, and after enjoying a ■
delightful repast, everyone went i
Eddie Biddiex, President
Walter Rhodes, Reporter
, THE FRIENDLY “16”
The Friendly “16” Bridge club was
■ entertained by Mr Yasie Avant at
2875 Binney Street. Due to some
important business the. president had
to leave and the meeting was turned
ever to the vice, president. After a
few minut'-s of business the members
proceeded with the bridge game- T.
R- Turneer and Conet Lifall seem to
have been the best bulge players for
The < lub win meet at Mr- James
Grizzard 2912 Grant Street, Novem
ber 26, at 8 P. M.
T- R. Turner. Reporter
THE LADIES OF THE
The Ladles of the Catholic Circle;
met with Mrs. Gray Morris. 3848,
Cass street, Monday November 19
Plan* were made to give a charity
entertainment. The circle voted in
three new members- The ho^ess
served a delightful luncheeon. The
next meeting will be December 3 at
the home of Mrs. Emma Ward.
Mable Field, President
Mamie Long, Reporter
This club is not connected with any
church in the city.
ST BENEDICT’S NEWS
The cooking school that is being
conducted by Mrs- Mah^mmitt. ia
making splendid progress, and a much
larger enollment is being benefited
by this work, than was expected. It
rna;y be necessary to divide the group
into two classes.
The sudden death of Miss Ruth
Brooks, the 21 year old daughter of
Mrs. Lucy Brooks, came as a distinct
surpris© to her family and friends
Miss Brooks, who has been away
DOME ON K'DDIES!
-on the TENTH FLOOR, and the Prst
show is at 11:00 A. M. Santa Claus has arriv
ed from his home in the North Pole! There’s
a great show with a cast of eleven monkeys!
Carl Strong world famous trick and fancy
roper! The Three Mitchells with their balanc- I
ing act! Don’t Miss it—it’s FREE! f
I TOYTOWN Is Open, Too, on Eighth I
from home for some time in school
only returned recently, and was not
well known by the many friends of
■ h«'i mother. Her funeral was
from St. Benedict's, Tuesday morn
ing at 9:00. burial wa» in Holy
Father Jam** C- Daly, pastor of
St. Benedic’s, ha--* been released from
St. Joseph’s Hospital, and is stead
ily gdning strength He will leave
Thursday morning for Dcs Moines.
Iowa, and spend the Thanksgiving
holidays with his family and friends.
i returning e«ry next week to Creigh
ton. He will be competed to take a
long irst. or. perhaps he will go to
Wisconsin for the winter. His plans
for the future are not settled at this
Mr. and Mr". J. Harvey Kerns.
Mrs. Evelyn Singleton and Mrs. R.
Dans accompanied Mr T. A. HUl to
Linroin, Saturday, to an all day
ccnferencr. Mr. Hill spoke at the
Y. W■ C. A.. Urban League Center
and broadcast over station K F O R.
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WE MODERNS SEWING CU B
The Vv • Moderns S*-wiiur Club held
: ‘h< if first social meeting at the home
' .1 Aintada Johnson- 2202 N.
| 27th street. The members played
! whist and bridge after which a love,
ly luncheon was sec-ved. Everyone
had a gr'-nd time.
Mr*. Mildred Bryant. President
Mi'S- Ida IVyant, Reporter
THE BEAU BHUMMEL CLUB
The ‘Tub ir.rt Nover. her 14, the
meeting w*s called t0 order by fee
We wish to thank our many friend*
who helped to make our dance on No
vember 12. a Queersy. From the
comment* of those who attended, we
feel urg that everyone had a lovely
time and of cour. e., our object was to
please our friends.
The next meeting will be on No.
Mr. V. Shobe. President
Mr. John Jackson, Report*
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