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L. S. C-—My daughter ha* beer
sick sine* lru*t August and I want
to know if she can be cured?
As*: I think so. Take to a BONE
8PEJCIALLST and al*o to a good
physician. Her condition, I believi
ia one that rcftild be controlled with
proper medical attention. Do not
put this off much longer for she
needs medical attention.
V. F.—Plea*e tell me in your
answers if I should marry the mnn
that I am going with?
A ns: Don't marry anyone ju*t yet
child. Your parents would not con
sent to your marrying and it
wmlld he one henrtache after an
other! A child of your age THIR
TEEIN, should not get married.
Wait at least four years.
School of Cookery
2116 No. 25th St. WF. 4129
I'OHK STEAK GRILL
Will! SPICY SAUCE
1 Thick slice of pork steak
4 Tomatoe", modium sized
>4 cup finely chopped omion
1 T. vinegar
1 %. prepared mustard
2 T. buttcy
2 T. flour
14 t. sugar
% cup hot water
Salt and pepper pork ateak.
Brown lightly on both sides in a
hot fryinv pan. Cover, reduce the
heat, and simmer "lowly for 30
minutes or until tender, place t.V
moat on the fire proof platter, and
arrange around it tomatoes cut in
halve*, with the out surface dipped
in flour a«d brown in the ham fat.
Place resettee of mashed potatoes
between the tomato halves. Place
platter in a hot oven (400 degree*
P.) until potatoes are browned
Brown flour, blend in butter mak
'ing a brown sauce. Add the chopped
onion heated in vinegar to the mix
ture and cook for 10 minutes. Re
move from "tove and add mustard,
sugar and *alt. Pour «auce over
pork ateak. Place rings of green
pepper around tomato halves and
garnish with ar*ley or celery heart*.
2 T. flour
2 T. Butter
1 cup milk
*4 t salt
>4 t. white pepper
Me.lt butter in a sauce pan. Blend
In flour and add milk slowly. Stir
until thick. Double this to make
as much a« needed.
Cut cold boiled chicken in cube*.
Add to sauce. Mur brooms may be
aded if you like.
1 recipo Rich Tea Biscuits
4 large needless oranges
Make rich biscuit dough. Divide
in half. Shake into 2 large round'
to fill in layer cake pan. Place one
round in pail; spread with soft but
ter. Pace other round on top
spread with soft butter. Bake ir
moderate oven at 400 degrees aboul
25 minutes. Split arrange whoh
sections of orange pulp, free fron
all skin, between layers and on toj
of cake. Sprinkle generously witl
powdered sugar. Makes 8
Rich Tea Biscuit*
2 cups flour
4 t. baking powder
H t. salt
B T. shortening
94 cup milk or half milk and hal
Sift together flour, baking peyw
der and saJrti; add shortening am
mix together thoroughly, with i
fork- Add liquid to make *of
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H. E. W.—For the past two years
I haven’t been able to hear from
my husband and get support. Will
'Ana: The reason you haven’t
heard In because he didn’t have thf
money to send you and did not want
you to know hi* whereabout*. When
he getw on a better financial scale
he will again let you hear from
S. I\- Will tht* boy and m<
ever hq a loving couple again? I
sure do mi«s him.
'An*: Never again he found
»t'it that he did not rare for you
like he though at one time and de
rided to quit oner end for all- Don’t
continue to worry about your los
ing hi* friendship for there are
other young men who will make
, you very happy.
i J..0- Do you think that I will
be able to get a job this summer?
A ns; I do th;nk so try to get
I employment with he company that
i yds have in mind whose home of
fice i* in OHIO. They will be put
ting on extrn help shortly.
I). M. L--I am anxious to know
if I will make the trip that I have
in rr;nd this summer?
Ana: Yon will go to PHILA
DELPHIA this summer and will
find it Ju*t as exciting as you be
lieve it to be. It will probably be
around the middle of the summer
before you can arrange tins vaca
tion, but you will be able to stay
as long as you desire.
F. M. I)—Th«re i* a strange
black man that keeps coming in
tpy yard wanin g wa'/ r and he
won’t lenve. I have to drive him
away. I* there any harm in him?
| Ana: Absolutely none. If how
ever, yen are annoyed by his pre
sence you can inform h!m that you
; will have h!m put in the hands of
the '•>w 'f *e doesn’t stay away
fie - voi" s—erty. He is just try
ing tr got acquainted with you.
F TT. tr i am planning on tak
... ’n« lead c<f going home
and 1 want to know what you think
Ana: The trip will prove a won
derful vacation for you and you
will certainly enjoy It. Your people
at home will he very disappointed
by not seeing you_ but arrange
to see them before the year Is out.
L*. R.—Will I l-e successful in my
plans? Will I be able to gcti an As
trology Reading from you?
,Ans: Your plan* will prove suc
cessful and they will materialize
this year. If you want an Asetrolo
gy Reading then send a quarter
and I will be glad to give you my
personal opinions on three ques
tions free with each order.
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Miu Louise Nash, Reporter
Regular service" were held at the
Second Baptist church <m Sunday.
In the evening a Mother’s Day pro
gram was rendered by the Sunday
school. Rev. D. Nicholson is pastor .
Mr. Eugene Griggs and mother
and Mrs. Otta Baker motored to
Iowa City to visit Mm. Griggs, who
is in he hospital.
John BenneU. is home on a leave
from the CCC oamp at Ft. Riley,
Rev. and Mrs. Majors of the St..
.1 tcob's AME church attended the
conference in Burlington, la.
Mr. Harvey McNeal was a guest
in tho C'>ra Jones home on Sunday.
Mrs, Go ,rgia Walker i» on the
1 »ick list
I Rr/rular services were held at
the St. Jacob’s AME church on
j The Mite Missionary met at the
j home of Mr". Glen King.
! Mrs.. Hattie Hawk, who has been
a missionsary in Liberia for fifteen
year* gave an interesting lecture
on Friday evening.
Thursday evening the Allen
Chri“tian Endeavor spon
sored a program to send a delegate
to the convention.
The Mis-'^orary Indies held a
rummage sale and chicken dinner
in the church i>asement on Monday.
Oif-G again the ir)>untain« of
Tennessee has become the center
of religious attraction. Again a
mountain steps out upon the gimpli
cy of faith as he feels it t*> be, and
“fasts” accordind to direction from
the Lord, do he puts it. Whether
this be true or not, a good word
can be «aid for him.
Most of us Americans look upon
the mountaineers a« backward and
ignorant people. This is probably
intellectually true, but one thing,
this seeavs evident. Whatever they
think they know and are led to do,
they do it with all their might. Re
member the man who let the rat
tle snake bite him? He recovered,
probably not because of definite
and correct interpretation of
Scripture, but rather because of
firmness of conviction and simpli
city of faith. These mountaineers
may have a vague idea about God
but we plainsmen should serve Got
more sincerely than they becaust
we know more and have bettej
light about Him- Suppose we d<
exactly what we are warned anc
spiritually inspired to do. Omahj
and Nebraska would become a “ha
ven of rest-”
May we who live down in these
“plain*," as well as the mountain
eers, sing and say:
“I've put my whole hert in Hi<
And do all He adketh of me;
I mean to live holy and blame
A Christian indeed will I be ”
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STEPHENSON BEAUTY SHOP
2087 N. 24th St. At K810
MILDRED TURNER’S BOSAUTY
2624 No. 27th 3t WE 2514
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2612 No- 24th St. Omaha
2865 Maple StJA 6116
2425 N. 24th St Ja. 9195
American Wiener Shop
2509 N. 24 th Street
KING YUEN CAFE
2010 Vi N. 24th St Ja. 8576
Alberta'* Sandwich Shop
4827 S. 26th St Ma. 0967
Raybon’a Midget Cafe, 1922 N. 24th
1602 N. 24th St. We. 4019
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