The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, December 26, 1936, XMAS EDITION, Page THREE, Image 3

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i’ NEWS NOTES i
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; _H. M. FUNCHES. EDITOR
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dotson, Mr
Herbert Parks and family and Mr.
I,anpton Parks will bo dinner guests
of Mrs. Irene Teal on Christmas
Day.
Mr. and Mrs. James Haynes will
entertain at dinner Sunday honor
ing Messrs. Pearson Fields and
James Phenix.
Mr. Allison Johnson, of Teagfue,
Tex., arrived Monday to spend the
Christmas holidays with his father,
Mr. Matthew Johnson.
Mr. Johns<«n is an instructor in
the Texas schools.
Mrs. Wm. Harvey, 2538-4 Ave.,
receive/! word that her father, Mr.
Thornton Carter of Mexia, Tex. is
very ill.
THANKS
The Cleverettg wish to thank those
who helped make their Mysterious
Supper, given Saturday night at
the home of Mrs. Emma Turner, a
success.
Mr. and Mrs. Cato of Omaha,
will spend Christmas with Horace
O*odl«w family.
CHRISTMAS TREE FOR
TABERNACLE SUN. SCHOOL
Tabernacle Sunday school will
have its annual Christmas tree
Thursday night, Dec. 24th. There
wll be no services at the churdh
Christmas Day.
Pammie Gilbert is ill.
Mr. Ed Gilbert is ill.
MOTOR TO CLAR1NDA
. Miss Clara Shaffer and Mr. Fred
Reeves motored to Clarinda la.,
Sunday. Returning, stop was made
in Shenandoah, la. where they vi
sited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks.
Mr. Mansion James returned to the
city Monday morning from Des
Moines. To an inquirer, Mr. James
said his trip was for the purpose of
stirring up jobs in the state house
for Negro men and w«mqn.
Little Mildred Carbins, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carbins
is ill.
Mr. Langston Parks arrived in
the city Saturday to spend the
Christmas holidays.
Mrs. Mack Day will spend the
holidays in Texas visiting her fa
ther.
Mss Opal Harris left Friday, Dec.
18th, for Chicago, where she will
spend the Christmas holidays.
Mss Jeanne Spinks left Thursday,
Dec. 24th for Chicago, where she
will spend Christmas. While in
Chicago she will be the bridesmaid
•of Mrs. Nina Lewis, former Coun
cil Bluffs resident.
Cleverettes To Have Social
The Cleverettes will give a social
Sunday night, Dec 27th at the home
of Mrs. Gertrude White, 1400 Ave.
G. Friend husbands and boy friends
will be entertained.
STAFF PARTY
The WPA Group gave a staff
party Monday, Dec. 21st, at the
Recreational Hall, 109 W. Broadway
Alma Williams, daughter of Mrs.
L. L. Williams is ill.
BETHEL QUARTERLY MEETINf
Dr. W. H. Ogleton, Presiding El
der of the Des Moines District,
will hold Quarterly Meeting at Be,
thel AME church on Sunday, Jan.
3. 1937.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Nevins will
entertain at dinner Christmas.
Guest list will include Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Holliday.
Council Blaffs Agents For The
Omaha Guide Are
Mrs. Clarence Oliphant, 2458- 6 Are
Little Savoy, 1408 W. Broadway
Miss Mary Teal, 1810 S. 10 t.
Miss Odessa Russell, 1201-18 Ave.
See Your Nearest Agent and Buy
Buy A Guide
Keep Posted on Local Race News.
Mrs. Finlayson Prize Winner
Mrs. Eva Finlayson was live win
ner of tihe prize for having raised
the most money during Bethel's re
cent drive, she having raised $7.25
A beautiful Bible was1 presented her.
Miss Tulseye Henderson of Kan
sas City, will spend the Christmas
holidays in the city visiting friends.
Mr. Langston Parks, of Parsons
college, Fairfield," la. is expecting
two of his classmates to arrive in
the city during the holidays. Get
y«ur hats on straight, gals, you
know bow it is when a new one,
cm.es to town.
Boy Scout Troop No. 21
Boy Scout Troop No. 21 meets
every Tuesday night at McMillan
schoool. If your son is old enough
to be a scotufc, see that he joins at
onoei. Mr. M. A. Austin, 2615-2 Ave,
is scout master.
Mrs. Lucile Hawkins and small
daughter, Lenora, spent Monday in
Omaha visiting Miss Audrey Haw
kins.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilson will1
entertain at dinner Christmas.
Present will be Mrs. Lizzie Payne,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ridhard Logan
all of Omaha.
Mother Berry To Receive Basket
From Cleverettes
As a Cjiiarity Project for the
year the Cleverettes will present
Mother Berry a Christmas basket.
Call for Abraham Lincoln
Pago Abraham Linclon, boy! We
must inform him that it has been
brought to the attention of Rev. G.
W. Slater that a certain race man
is being worked twelve hours a
day, seven days a week for only
$12.00—less than fifteen cents per
hour.
Mr. Sam Floyd is confined to his
bed by illness.
Mrs. Helen Lyons will spend the
holidays in Peoria, 111., visiting her
nieces Mrs. Hortenaq Allen and
Mrs. Marybelle Cruze.
Mrs. Viola Reynolds had charge
of the games at the Recreation
Hall Tuesday night, Dec. 15th.
Omiaha university’s Class in
Criminology of which Rev. G. W.
Slater, jr. s a member visited Oma
ha Police Station Friday. Prof. Sul
lenger, instructor, accompanied the
class.
Mr. Joe Sullivan, Illinois Central
employee, has now moved to Sioux
City for an indefinite period.
Mr. Foster, who has made his
home with Mr. and Mrs. Hire
Nicholas has gone to Tama, la.
Mrs. Ruth Fox has gone to her
her home in Missouri for the hol
idays.
Elder and Mrs. A. D. Carter
spent the past week in Omaha in
tho interests of the Churdh of God
in Christ, 27th and R Sts., of which
Elder Carter is also pastor.
A number of members of Father
Divine’s Mission, Omaha, visited
Mrs. Hiro Nchols Wednesday, Dec.
16th.
Mr. Hiro Nichols, who is confined
to his bed, is improving.
Miss Gertrude Fletcher, of St.
Paul, Minn, returned to her home
Monday after visiting her uncle, Mr.
Russell Fletcher.
HEFT & NOYES
MONUMENTS AND
MARKERS
At Reasonable Prices
40th and Forest Lawn
KE 1738
AMERICAN WIENER SHOP
2509 N. 24th, Street.
BEST CHILI AND BEST
RED HOTS IN
THE WEST
ALL KINDS of SANDWICHES
OUR CHURCHES
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
1618 Ave. B
Elder A. D Carter, Pastor
Sunay school at 10:30 i. m„, Mrs.
G. Mina, supt.
Servics at n«*on. YPWW at
6:30 p. m., Mr. Gamble Duncan,
..resident. General services at 8:00
m. Weekly services Tuesday and
Friday nights at 7:30 o’clock.
CALVARY B.7TIST CHURCH
16 Aventee
There was no morning service.
Evening service was in charge of
Rev. L. R. Bragg, of South Omaha.
Attendance was excellent.
BETHEL A- M. E. CHURCH
16th Street, Avenue A
Rev. Geo- W. Slater, Jr., Pastor
There was the usual morning at
tendance. Christian Endeavor was
well attended, a‘ which time there
was the discussion “A Thought On
Christmas.”
In the evening, an excellent pro
gram was given, under the direc
tion of Mrs. Minnie Herndon. Mu
sic was furnished by a new local
orchestra.
Sunday night visitors were Mrs.
Theresa Skinner and Mr. Herbert
Parks, Workers, of the Bethel Cen
ter. I
TABERNACLE BAPTIST
CHURCH
Rev. Geo. White, Pastor
Rev. White brought the morn
ing message. He also preached the
sermon at the Mothers’ Board Meet
ing because of the absence of Rev.
M. B. Bilbrew. Rev. White preach
ed the sermon at the night meeting.
CLEVERKTTE CLUB
The Cleverettes held a regular
meeting Sunday, Dec. 20th, at the
home of Mrs. Viola Reynolds. Re
ports from persons in charge of
the Mysterious Stopper held Satur
day night at Mrs. Emma Turner’s,
1629 Ave. A, were very favorable.
Present were Mesdames Inez Wil
lis, Gertrude White, Geraldie Hay
nes, Ethel Smith, Maderia Harvey
Thelma Lytle, Gwen Simms, No
vella Cage and Viola Reynolds and
Misses Lula Mae Hall, Orinthia
Harvey and Jeanne Spinks.
Mrs. Rotine Calhoun left Thursday
for Kansas City, Mo.
CHRISTMAS IS WHAT
YOU MAKE IT
(By Theresa Myers Skinner)
Christmas comes just once a year,
It is a time for cheerful giving.
Be it gifts very rare,
Just a smile makes life worth living
It isn’t the gift that you receive
But the thought of the one who
gave it.
It isn’t the price, as you believe,
It’s the spirit in how you take it.
If >^>u give, be sure you give
With cheerful joy, and mean it.
Bringing you joy each day you live,
For Christmas is what you make it.
MILDRED TURNER
BEAUTY SHOP
2624 No. 27th St. WE 251
Minister’s Daughters Successful i
I mm*?*_ma . am_, I
The Brown Sisters
.Daughters of the Iiev. L. B.
Brown, pastor of Central Bap
tist Church, Los Angeles, Cal.,
who are enjoying a successful
William Mallett jr. left Tuesday
for Cfoickasha, Okla., where he will
spend his Christmas vacation vi
siting relatives.
Report comes that Rev. Can
non, of Omaha, will be the new
pastor at Calvary Baptist church.
The Winter Festival which the
Cleverettes will give Tuesday, Dec.
29tlh in the Eagle Hall promises to
be everything one could desire by
way of an evening’s entertainment.
A popular orchestra of Omaha
will furnish the music.
Mr. Henry Williams, resident of
Omaha for many years, is now
confined in the county hospital. His
condition s reported as being poor.
RIALTO
DRESS SHOP
1516 N 24th St. JA 1389
Wishing My Friends and
PATRONS
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
_
MODERN SHOE REPAIR
1410 North 24th Street
Shoe Repairing, Dye and
Shine.
XMAS NOVELTIES AT
REASONABLE PRICES
Quantity plus Quality is our
slogan.
We Call For and Deliver
This Coupon with any pur
chase of 50 cents or more
Is Good For 10c.
stage career. Left to right they
are Thelma, the eldest, Velma
the youngest, and Melba. Thel
ma look her A. B. from the Uni
versity of Southern California,
where she studied dramatics
and public speaking. She taught
English and music two years in
the public schools of Oakland,
Calif. Velma loves to read, and
Melba goes in for style crea
tion. The girls lost their moth
er in 1932. They have appeared
in pictures, broadcasts, and are
now making liCA records. They
completed a week’s engage
ment at the Apollo Theatre in
New York recently, where they
were a big hit.
THE MAIN EVENT
CIGAR STORE
Greet Your Friends at ‘‘TIIE
Main Event Cigar Store.”
Telephone Service, Candies
and Soft Drinks
2416 Lake St. JA 9044
R ABE’S
BUFFET
BEER
LIQUOR
SOFT DRINKS
dancing
2425 N. 24thJA 9195
North 24th Street
SHOE HOSPITAL
1807 No. 24th St. WE 4240
Celebrates the 15th Anniversary
With a Big Shoe Repairing Sale
Women's Toplifts . $.15
Women’s half soles 65e and up
Men’s half soles 75c and up
Men's rubber heels 35c and np
Childrens Half soles 50c and up
Wishing- My Friends and
PATRONS
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
AND
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
/qreetirvqy 1
PARKS’ ICE A FUEL 00.
We feature package fuel,kind
I'ng, coal of all k'nds, kerosene
W C- Partes, prop
2406 Blondo Street
SHE LOST 20
POUNDS OF FAT
Feel full of pep and posses* the
slender form you crave—you can't
If you listen to gosslpers.
To take off excess fat go light on
fatty meats, butter, cream and sug
ary sweets — eat more fruit and
vegetables and take a half teaspoon
ful of Kruschen Salts in a glass of
hot water every morning to elimi
nate excess waste.
Mrs. Fima Vo rill e of Havre de
Grace, Md., writes: "I took off 20
'ha.—my clothes fit me fine now.”
No drastic cathartics—no consti
pation—out. blissful dfdly bowel ac
tion when you take your little colly
dose of Kruschen.
ALWAYS DEPENDABLE
Both Our Service and Printing. We are
Equipped To Print Anything From Stamps
to Newspapers. We Call For and Deliver.
OMAHA GUIDE PUB. CO.
2418 Grant Street WE 1517—1518
AGENTS
WANTED
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V
50e
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And Gut 18 Other Cannolena Beauty Creations
Beginning our New Advertising Campaign we will give a Free Start
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WANTED TO BUT
100.000 Pounds Brass, Cop
per. Lead and Aluminum
20.000 Batteries
50.000 Auto Radiators
Are We Buying? You Bet!
If It's Auto Parts You Waat
It Will Pay You To See Ue
First. We Are Here To Serve
You.
Consolidated AUTO
Parts Co.
2501 Cuming St. AT 5966
Home of Kangaroo Court
NORTH SIDH TRANSFER
Lang Distance Hasting
Moving an4 Storage
Phone WK5«56 2414 Grant BL
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proaching "middle age."
Don't he a three-quarter wills,
take LYDIA E. PINK HAM'S
VEGETABLE COMPOUND and
Uo "Binding Through."
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We. 0409
24th and LAKE STREETS
PRESCRIPTIONS
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