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THE CHUROH OF OOD
202.i No. 24th .Street
Elder Robert I, Moody, Castor
Mr*, hdnt W. Moody, Reporter
Tlw servi-es for Sunday |>ast
Welt* ’i be messages were as
inti'i;md in the Inst issue. The e*>n
giwgathm enj <ved an encouraging
t^lk given by Mr. Clarence Lott,
e> ’• ia visiting Omaha for ths
Chr;s<ntan Hoi days. Mr. L »tt now
live in Ohio and wnrahi,; s at Day
torn Hit expe ien <*, ns he telated
them were very inspiring.
T! 1 rv.tatar aid M s. M"'dy, join
tho congregation in wishing the
true j- •' of Christ nr s for everybody
Re:; m? er we only have the Chriat
nia sf.iti' when we h-tve l"ve. For
tho spirit ' f Chr» |,t*r,’s is the
r, irit of Cbr st au<l G“d, Since that
is time, then “Gml Is Love," for
"hern’iy vc l«*«w that we dwell in
Him and He in in. I era use He hath
g ven us His aiP'rtL" l ,lno. 4:D1.
Let us carry as much cheer as we
JOHNSEN S BAKERY
, 2309 Cumin" Street
WHITE FRONT LIQUOR
Next Door to Chicago Biikery
1610 North 24th St.
308 S. 16th St, AT. 7781
can. 0*me worship with us.
FIRST SPIRITUAL TEMPLE
24»h and Blondo Streets
Daughter M- Quinn, leader
Iter- C- Jackson, Asa’t Pastor
Sunday school at 9:46 o’clock.
Sunday morning service at 11:00
»’clock, Rev Jackson In charge.
Sunday night service at 8:00 o'
•lock, Daughter Marian Quinn In
Monday night developing class at
i629 Blnney St., no charge.
Tuesday night Bible class at the
Thursday night alter call, and
healing and prophesying, Mother
Rosie Jones In charge.
MT MORIAH BAPTIST
24th and Ohio Streets
Rev. F. I*. Jones. Pastor
Forysteen Burroughs, Reporter
Morning services were as usual
with the pastor in charge. His ser
ir n, “Business In Religion.” was
unusually interesting and all Christ
ians should strive, as he staler!, to
let more business-like in serving
G«d. Punctuality, systematic giv
ing and really being conscient iotus
about <mr duties for the Master,
were some of the qualities stress
The church was tastefully decor
ated with beuutiful white draperies
silver glittering stars and soft
white sivw flakes. The windows
were lovely with colored paper cov
erings which gave them the ap
pearance of colored glass windows.
Theso decorations were made by
Mrs. Jones and her assistants. Amid
this l»eautiful setting, the evening
serivees were carried out, known as
The City Service orchestra fur
nished entertainment at the open
ing of the services. They played a
number of reully difficult pieces of
music. Those who know music real
ized that much effort had been put
forth by them to make their part of
the services a success. Everyone en
joyed this part of the program im
Tlhe choir of forty voices, dir
ectetd by Rev. Williams was re
splendent In snowy white robes and
EMPTY garage, 2 furnished rooms,
2716 N. 28th Ave. WE 6549.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
B ROOM—2 room apt., ight, heat.
8 ROOM kitchenette apt. AT 5576
— ■ I —... ... —
S famished apartments. WE
APARTMENT, employed couple,
ROOMS FOR RENT
FURNISHED room. 2235 Grant St.
NEATLY furnished rooms. WE
APT. to a couple or two men. 2230
FURNISHED room In quiet home,
Modern, 2810 Seward. JA 7317
M. E. Talbert
ROOM 2432 Grant WE 4393
FURNISHED room AT 2523.
ROOM—workng couple WE 6421
Front Room for rent. 1816 Nicho
9 R#OM modem house $30 per
month. 2522 Maple Street.
NICE furnished room, WE 2582.
FOR RENT—Love's Kitchenette
Apartments, 2516-18 Patrick, or
(2613 Grant st. Call We. B553.
MODERN room for right party,
married or single Phone Webster
5728, 2718 No. 28th Ave.
Five rooms for rent, 2616 Bur
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apartment*, 2214 No. 21st St_
Apply 1711 Camlnc fll_
NICE room in quiet home, near
carline- WE 2085
2 rooms in modem home. Rent to
gether °r separatly. AT 6827.
FOR ECONOMIC and comfort of
living try DIXON APTS.. AT
AUTOMOBILE Trunk for sale WE
PERRY AND SON, Transfer, 2624
Caldwell, AT 0114
SHOE REPAIR SHOPS
YOUR OWN — LAKE SHOE
SERVICE NONE BETTTER;
2407 Lake Street.
FRANK STUTO, Shoe Repairing
wklle you wait. 2420tt Cum 1 nr
SALESLADY—Over SO, Sales abil
ity. Personality, connections im
portant. Write for interview. The
Omaha Guide. 8418 Grant St.
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for rubber work gloves as side
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silver crowns. The numbers they
sang were well done and wirds can
not be described h<>w beautifully
they sang Il^rwhdli “Hal/elujah
Chorus.” SmuJ were uplifted and
their strength renewed.
The pastor then took charge of
the services which were carried out
in three parts. At this .preiod all
Christians who desired, were re
dedicated while the choir sang
softly, Next was the blessing of
the gifts the Ushers and Deacon
ness had given. The final stop was
the offering, or tihe material gift
by the congregation. Mr. W. L.
Myers of the Myrs Funeral Home
took charge of the audience as they
marched to the altar and deposited
their gifts in a little manger. Many
visitors were present. Mt. Moriah
church feels pr"ud of all who
helped to make this occasion a suc
ST. JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH
“The Friendly Church’’
Rev. R. A. Adams, Pastor
Tho h'dday festivities of St. John
ehprch b«tgan Jast Sui)lay with
the Sunday school studying the
Christmas lesson “The Supreme
Gift of Love.” at the morning ser
vices, Rev. Adams speaking on the
sulbject, “There is No Room In,"
continued to spread spiritual cheer,
ably assisted by the singing of
beautiful Christmas carols by the
Under the direction of Mrs. Eli
za Turner, with the help of several
of tho teachers, the smaller pupils
of the Sunday school are planning
on Christmas eve at 8:00 p. m., a
large program at the annual
Tho senior choir will have their
program on Christmas Eve also,
but at 12 ,p. m., instead of at 5 a. m.
Christmas morning, which has been
the usiual procedure. Prepare now
to attend the choir services Dec.
24 at 12 p. m. impressively telling
tfho story of the Savour’s birth in
Miss Burtron Johnson, popular
itomber of the church and teacher
n the Sunday school, has return
'd to the city after an indefinite
itay in Portland, Ore.
CLEAVES’ TEMPLE CHURCH
25th and Decatur Streets
Rev. D. W. Rass ■
Mrs. Henrietta Makin.s, Reporter 1
9:30 Sunday sehool—Life of '
10:30 Junior Clhurch—Mrs. Lois !
11:00 Regular service—W’hat is
Man, (Rev. D. W. Rass) Evening
6:30 EpwJ>rth 1| ague—Discus
sion “Is war justified between
Christian nations? Resolved, “It is
7:30 Evening service—Program.
St. James AME Sunday school
opened at the usual hour with the
superintendent, Miss Irma Brannon
in charge. Morning worship was at
11 o’clock winh the pastor, Rev. H.
D. Piggue, in charge. The choir held
its regular rehearsal at 3 p. m. They
aro in charge of the Xmas program
and have a real treat in store for all
Sundkty afternoon Rev. H. D. Pig
gue visited a member, Mr. South,
who as ill, at which time song and
prayter service as held.
ACE League opened at the usual
hour with a goodly number pre
sent. The league is well attended
and Is still growing in interest
with Mr. Ewing as president.
Evening services were at 7 p. m.
witih the pastor in charge, at which
tim a powerful Christmas was del
ve red, having most desirable effects.
The spirit was high and a great
shout was heard in Zion.
St. James church is progressing
nicely under the new pastor and
great things are planned for the
coming year.. Rev. and Mrs. Piggue
and daughter, Delores, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. U. . Waites
on Sunday. Miss Louise Herndon
will motor to Fremont on Christ
mas day with Rev. and Mrs. Pig
gue to spend Christmas with her
Mrs. Edna Mitchell, collector for
the Omaha Guide Pub. Co. wishes
to announce to the subscribers that
although she has not fully covered
the territory she is doing it as
quickly as possible. Don’t get tired
of waiting because she will be there
sooner or later.
Mrs. Huma Williams of Emporia,
Kas., spent the week-end visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Mary Speese, 2712
I**t. O, JftTMf City, 41. V
Tha Larlauaa Beauty Foundation waa eatabliahed s'
by tha Oodafroy Manufacturing Company to atudy f ,—
methoda of preeorvlng women’a natural beauty, ^
and ta make tha raaulte ef thl* reaearch available «•
te the public.
ST. LOUIS, MO.—When cosine
tics like powder, rouge nnd eye
brow pencil are applied correctly,
they can Improve our appearance
greatly. Nobody objects to make
up when It Is properly used.
Rut so many women, and espe
cially young girls, use too much
make-up, nnd apply It Improperly,
that I want to give another warn
ing ngainst excessive use of cos
We wouldn’t have to be so care
ful about using cosmetics if the only
result of over-doing It was to make
us look like painted circus clowns.
Rut that Isn’t the only objection
Inferior cosmetics, applied lavishly
and not properly removed, can cause
skin blemishes and thus detract
from our natural beauty.
If your skin has a tendency to
develop blackheads and large pores,
this condition* may be encouraged
If you clog up the pores with
However, you can use your pow
der and rouge as a protection to
your complexion If you are careful
to follow u few simple rules.
In the first place, be very sure
that all traces of these cosmetics
are removed from your face before
you go to bed at night. Use plenty
of warm water and soap, but be sure
to rinse (lie face thoroughly, first
with warm water, then with cold
water. Or, If you prefer, you can
remove the cosmetic* with a deans
ing cream. This Is especially ad
visable If your skin Is dry.
It Is a good Idea to use a face
brush when washing, although It Is
not absolutely necessary. If you do
use a brush, however, get a regular
face brush, and not the rubber type.
A rough wash-cloth is satisfactory
If you use soap and water. When
removing cleansing cream It is bet
ter to use soft tissue paper.
The second rule Is this: don't
apply your nmke-up if your face Is
not absolutely cleun. If you rub
powder into your skin when It Is
even slightly dirty, this may clog
the little pores in your skin and
cause blackheads or blemishes. Ap
ply your make-up only after cleans
ing, except for the little bit of tine
powder you can use for dusting a
Then, too, It’s a good Idea to make
sure your powder puff is clean.
Wash It out, occasionally, Just as ‘
you wash your clothing.
And don't apply make-up too
heavily. Don’t put on powder until
It forms a matted layer over your
skin. If you experiment with vari
ous shades of powder and rouge,
you'll be able to find one which will
give the effect you want without
having to be used In such quantity.
70 Taking Law At
Washington, Dec. 19 (C)—Dr.
William E. Taylor of the Howard
Uiversity Law school announces 71
students are enrolled, of whom 14
are third year, 19 second year, 32
first year, and 6 special and un
Gorat Liquor Store
414 N. 16th St... JA.. 9466
A complete variety of liquors,
cigars and cigarettes
2202 No. 26th St. JA6051
Quality Groceries and Meats
at Reasonable Prices
Prompt Delivery Service
WE WISH YOU ?
A MERRY CHRISTMAS J
A HAPPY NEW YEAR J
Maupin Stuuio >
1839 North 24th Street I*
OMAHA PAPER STOCK CO.
18th and Marcy Sts. JA 0159
2122 No. 24th St.
Expert Auto Repairs
»«y and lllftt ftarrWa
—Phone AT. 6697—
We repair all makes and meddle
Bring- your prescription to
2725 Q St. Phone MA 0260
We fill ANY doctor’s pre
scription at reasonable prices
New Cars at Discount
Used Cars for Less
Auto Loans and Financing
A. C. Nelson Auto
“SEE ANDY FIRST”
Indian House Trailers
2112 Harney St. Omaha Neb.
DR. FROYER LUCKY
TALISMAN OF THE ORIENT
Jinx Removing Incense 25c
JOHN THE CONQUEROR
Lucky oil believed to prevent
evil, misfortune; to attract
good luck, happiness and pros
Send 25c for Jinx Removing
Branch-Japo Oriental Incense
Co., 2419 Seward St, Omaha.
Nebraska- Mail orders given
Wishing My Friends and
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
2754 LAKE ST.
Omaha Brake Co.
Bill Whitcomb, Prop.
North Side One Stop
KE 4006 30th & Spaulding Sts
Open 7 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Fender and body repairing
— Tow Car —
Official Test Station
Batteries — Tires
You can get what you want at
the Mayo Shoppe. Hot oil treat
ments with shampoo and press.
Marcelling and fingerwaving
MARTHA MAYO, Operator
WE 0274 2512 N. 25th
DR. CRAIG MORRIS
1313 No. 26th St.
Finest quality of groceries
910 No. 24th Street
New and Second-hand clo
thing rummage sale. Dec 26.
YOUTH BEAUTY SHOP
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
All kinds ...of hair work a
MRS EARL M. ROBERTS
2529 Decatur Street
BUY SIMPSON GIFT
Redeemable at face value on a
suit, overcoat, topcoat, tux
edo, full xiress suit, until
July 1, 1937. .....
as gifts for Christmas, birth
days, graduation, anniver
saries, father’s day, Easter,
Charles H. Davis,
the Simpson Man
Special Prayer Meeting
Sermon — “Creation” Xmas
5!00 A. M. by Rev. J. Hill
1201 N. 24th St. JA 5343
cTfre ‘Peak of Quality
AMERICAN MEMORIAL CO
Twentieth and Cuming Sts.
MONUMENTS AND MARKERS
Phone ATlantic 4927 All Work Guaranteed
“We have served your friends’’—Ask them
THE SEASON’S GREETINGS ij
Atty. John Adams, Jr. takes this opportunity to thank hislj
many friends for their support in the recent election, alongl;
with his wishes for each of you a very Merry Xmas and al;
Happy New Year. ;!
Atty. John Adams, Jr.
THE OMAHA GUIDE
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL
Save time, worry, confusion and money by
consulting this complete Directory of Neigh
borhood and City Business places.
2422 No. 22nd St WE 0846
2037 N. 24th St. At 6810
2512 N. 24th St We. 2864
Lux Barber Shop, 2046 N. 24th
McGee & Taylor, Managers
2626 No. 27th St_WE 2614
NEW RITZ GARDEN
24th and Grant Ha. 4684
2426 N. 24th St.Ja. 9196
BROWN DERBY CAFB
2086 N. 24th Street.
American Wiener Shop
2509 N. 24th Street.
THE LITTLE DINE*
2210 N. 24th Street
2124 N. 24th Street
AMANDA OFFUTT’S CATS'
2014% North 24th Street- -
KING YUEN CAFE ” l
2010% N. 24th St. Ja! 8676
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Alberta’s Sandwich She?
4827 S. 26th St. Ma. 0987
Rayboc’s Midget Cafa, 1998 N. 84*
1602 N. 24th St_Wa. 4819
9416 Lake St Ja. 9844
ELITE CIGAR STORE
2312 N. 24th St. f- Ha. 4926
CONSOLIDATED AUTO PARTS
2601 Cuming St At 6666
1904 N. 24th St We. 0998
24th and Lake We. 0609
Cleaners and Taflars
TOBY’S IDEAL CLEANERS
2237 N. 20th St At 5158
2218 N. 24th St We. SOW
J. B CLEANERS A TAILORS
1805 N. 24th WE M61
DONASOO A EOTLE
Norge Appliance Op.
2488 Farj||am St Ea. 0>00
W. F. EOGH
Grading aad HzaaraEaa
4806 Anus Are. Ke. 0816
24th and Lake We. 8684
2019 N. 24th St_We. 6818
E. L. MERRI WEATHER GARAGE
2209 No. 22nd St AT 8007
8894 N. 24th St. We. 1019
EDHOLM ft SHERMAN
8481 N. 94th St._We. 8884
■HPT ft NOYS8
48th sad Pens* Laws Ke. 1T98
1516 N. 84th St._Wa iW
Service and Transfer Stations
Levison Service Station, 2303 N. 24
2414 Grant St. We. 6888
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