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TRUER QUESTIONS. Sand all letters to Abbe Wallace, care of
Hie Omaha Guide, 2418 Grant Street, Omaha, Nebraska.
It. C. B-—Please tell me if my
sisters friendship is sincere snd will
wo yet a better home soon ?
Ana: Surely you don't understand
your sister'a actions or else you
would not doubt her. She is only in
terested in yetting ahead in life
and doesn't take the time to show
her affection for you. She will see
that you two get a better home this
A. P.—Is there anything that I
can do to get rid of t his big looking
condition on my abdomen? Tell me
something ts do.
Ans: Stop stuffing so much be
tween meals and then taking on
more than anyone can digest at
meal time. See wour doctor and he
Anna Mao Winburn and Band
_ Swing It in Des Moines
lies Moines, lowffl.—England
may have her queen and prin
oenea but the middle-west has
Amija Mae Winburn. The cur
T&ciouu young mistress of cere
monies (even more glamorous
ami charming than ever) in her
iniiiul appearance in Iowa's cap
ital ejty this season, left the
town dizzy from the swinging
of her Cotton Club boys of Dm
*ha, who played an engage
ment at \lho Pla-Lan ball room
Monday evening. The done®
wan sponsored by the Rosa I Sen
ators club, young meus organ
ization, of which Oliver McKay
Hi!ting the high note-! c
truckin', the young debutante,
(a perfect model for the elegant
gowns she wears) was a genu
iuH to t.h® crowd that packed
the mammon th ballroom. Out
standing in her 12-piece orches
tra of expert muNie makers is
Oukrles Thompson, a teen-age
pianist. A former radio ar.lst,
he jotted the bhpad the first of
the year and is now a big time
In her sizzhfrtg floor show,
Paul E. (Red) Rivers, formerly
of the New York Paramount
I*ublix circuit, scored again and
ag)al\ii with hits original rapid
fire “Rhapsody in Rhythm'*
dance act, a terpisehorean mas
terpiece of lightning steps that
was featured Ikipt year on the
1 he dynamic young maestro
also revived the old favorites,
“Mose kicked the Bucket" ala
Armstrong and ‘Man from Har
lem" aJa Calloway with H lit
tle touch of 1937 streamlined
variety. Rivers, classed with
Bill Robinson aid Bill Bailey by
critics, has 'attractive offers
Wm. Kyles, assistant director,
gave a clever bit of the Susle-Q
with Georgia Watkins of Dies
Moines. He also gave several vo
dnfl lumbers. .Mjsfc Watkins
twisted a "Tanya" version of
Tom Massey, a local tap dancer,
“Muggin* the Bugle Call Rag.
also came in for a share of the
| will girt you a safe diet ao that
you can get rid of a great portion
I of the surpuloua fat that you now
S. M. J.—Please tell me who sent
me the Vs lent ne some time ago
and why did they send it?
Ans: This was a prank of a child
in your vicinity. It just so happen
ed that the child had more valen
tines than h- could drso tse of am
ong h's friends and de -id- to pick
on one of the older members of the
community. Don’t worry about it.
A. W. B.—Which cne of these
boys that I am going with cares j
lb- most for me? I hnve several
friends and can’t make up my mind
which one to choose from. .
Ans: They all enjoy your com-j
pany hut the LITTLE SHOUT
FELLOW is d.ep’y in love with you
Don't give up either one of them
until you are quite sur- that you j
want to sett'e down. This will he
several years from now I think.
G. W. S - Did my aunt leave any- ;
thing in her will for my brother j
and myself? Gan I got a private
letter from you?
Ans: No she did not leave any
thing to you or your brother. What
she d'd ha'e will Ire divided among
her own family. Yes if you de- ,
sire an Astrology Reading send a j
quarter and I will he glad to send
you free opinions on three questions
G. B. M.—Will I marry the boy
that I am now going with and do
you believe that he would make me
Ans: He will surely do his best
to make you contented. If you will
give him your beNt support from
the very m nute he takes you as his
wife he will provide a good living
and home for you. Yea he will
make you very happy.
I,. B. P.—I want to know if I am 1
go'ng to g t «ny money from any 1
S' ..tv th ntmrr?
' - ,t Ser of your immedi- i
n*» .'amil* • >11 help you out with
a > rr>"i» I /IAN although I don't
thlil th t y.*u will get the large
aum of money that you are e pet
ing to get.
M. S. W.~ I’Wse tell me just as
soon as you ran if my sister could
ever get well again?
Ans: Yes she could hut it will
take the help of a good med;ca! do
ctor and plenty of cooperation on
her part. The home ren*.ed:es th-1
you have tried haven’t worked out
at all so why not take her to a
good doctor immediate')-.
A. C. P.—1 would like to know if
my husband ever intends to live
with me and do the right thing'
What must I do?
Ans: He has made up his mind
that he prefers a single life and
there is nothing that you can do
[to persuade him to live wi h you.
.Don’t worry him about living with
'you let him alone altogether and
j He will get over this restless feel
ing he has now.
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NEWS NOTES i
-H. M. FITNCHES, EDITOR_
Miss Elnorn Rose, of South Oma
ha, spent Sunday visiting Rev. and
Mrs. Berry Corbins and other re
Hollis Art Co- nation
Hollis Art club v'l1 hold its an
nual Coronation, May 27th at Lit
tio Eagle Hall.
The Good Times Soc'- ' - rlub has
been recently organised, taking the
place of the old Harlemite club.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Parks of
Omaha were the dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. Harris Sunday
Mother Benson, of Omaha, was
the dinner guest of Mrs. Rosa Har
ris on Friday May 7th.
Miss Jeanne Spinks, Mesdames
Their”- Lytle, Margaret Brown
and ’f-ss-s. Marion Wilbrank and
Barbey, of Chicago, were the din
ner guests of Miss Lula Mae Hall,
Sunday, May 2nd.
Mr. Manson Jpmes, of Dos
Moines, la., spent Sunday with h''8
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Harvey
spent Sunday, May 9th, in Mober
Mr. William Teal, Third street
resident, who recently returned to
the city from a Chicago hospital,
Tlie many friends of Mrs. Mary
Wilson, will be glad to know that
shp is able to get out again- Mrs.
Wilson suffered a severe illness the
past winter, and has been a shut-in
fo-r several months.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Means enter
tained informally Wed. evening,
May 6th. _
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Mr. Dewey Creighton and Mr.
Charles McDonald, of Minneapolis,
Minn., are in the city for a short
Mrs. Herndon Arrives in Detroit
Mrs. Cl»rc“'f Oliphant, sr., is in
receipt of a letter from Mrs. Elsie
Herndon, who recently left the city
to make her home in Detroit, Mich,
stating that she arrived safely and
found “friend husband'' well and
Mr. Calvin Parks, of Bentonville,
Ark., is in the city visiting rela
tives. Mr. Parks expects to be in
the city for two weeks.
Mrs. Hazel Bryant, of Omaha
was a visitos in the city, Tuesday,
Mrs. Gay Recipient of Many Gifts
Mrs- Gay was showered with
gifts on Mother’s Day. Among the
many gifts was a delicious cake
from Mrs. Eula McCulloch, daugh
ter of Chicago, III; cards of greet
ing from Mrs. Maude Simmons,
grand daughter, and Gladys Marie
Dorsey, great grand daughter, both
of this city; and from Mr. J. W.
Gay and wife of Detroit, Michigan,
son, Mr. Cicero Wilkerson who is
a foster son, Mr. T. L. Gray, and
grandson Mrs. Juanita Woods,
daughter of this city.
The cake sent was a present to
both Mr. and Mrs. Gay, as Satur
day was Mr. Gay’s birthday.
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2133 No 23ni St- WE
STEPHENSON BEAUTY SHOP
3037 N. 24th St. ACS810
MILDRED TURNER’S BEAUTY
2024 No. 27th St. WE 5511
Mar colling Finger- Waving
2612 No- 241 h St. Omaha
.866 M:iple St. JA 611G
2426 N. 24th St. J»- 9196
American Wiener Shop
2509 N. 24th Street.
KING YUEN CAFE
2010^ N. 24th St. Ja. 8678
Alberta’s Sandwich Shop
»827 S. 20th St. Ma. 0967
Kay bon'a Midget Cate. 1922 N. 24 th
1608 N. 24th StWa, 4019
1618 No. 24!h St. WE 6211
ELITE CIGAR STORE
2812 N. 24th St. Ha. 4236
2114 No. 24th St JA 3643
Our Sau»age a specialty
Sarrtoe and Traaafar Siattoaa
2414 Grant St Wa. MMtf
consolidated auto parts
WO) t utninir St At MM
>(Nt4 N 24th SC We. TOW
24th and Lake We. 060®
Cleaner* and Tailors
TORY’S IDEAL CLEANERS
9937 N 20th St. At. 6166
Phont WE 4576
I. GRAHAM TAILOR SHOP
Cleaning — Pressing — Repair'ng
16'16 No. 24th Omaha Neb. 1
DONAHOO A HOYLE
Norge Appliance Co.
2423 Farnam St. Ha. 060t» I
2417 Nor* 24th Street.
General Repair Work
W. F. HOCH
Grading and Excavation
4606 Ames Ave. Ke. 0313
24th and Lake We. 6444
2324 N. 24th St. We. 1020 !
EDHOLM A SHERMAN
2401 N. 24th SC_We. 6056
HEFT A NOYES
40th and Forest Lawn Ke. 1736
. METROPOLITAN PRODUCE
1616 N. 24th SC We. 4737
Mesdamea Grace Cave, Bamble
and Mr. Clarence Reeves recently
motored to Glenwood.
Hollis Art to Give Tea
The Hollis Art club will give a
tea, June 6th at the home of Mrs.
Mr. &foCartha, of Omaha, visited
his daughter, Mrs. B. Griffin, Kll
6 avenue, May 9th.
Mrs. M. Slater Returns From
Burlington, lows, May 7th
Mrs. M. Slater returned Friday, !
May 7th, from Burlington, la.,
where, she reports, a very success
ful and interesting meeting, and
Mrs. Slater was one of seven who
took part in a discussion in the
form of a symposium. Paper was
also given by her on "What the
People Are Doing for Missions.’
Pape.r written by Rev. G. W.
Slater, jr., on "Condition of Public
Schools” was read by Mrs. Slater.
Some $35.15 was raised by the
Missions, of which $7*25 was given
to Rev. D. Reed, blind evangelist of
the Northwestern conference.
Appearing in the Tnomas Jeffer
son high school concert an Friday
night, May 14th, were Miss Gerald- I
ine Herndon and Messrs. Elmer
Spires and Clarence Reeves, jr.
Miss Kathleen Gamble was the
dinner guest of Mesdames Louise
Jackson and Gladys Turner on Sun
lay, May 16th.
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Batts, Mrs.
Beulah Botts and children, all of
Glenwnod, la-, visited Sunday in
the home of Mr. Horace Goodlow,
Mrs. Lizzie Payne, of Omaha,
was the dinner guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Wilson, Sunday, May
Mrs. Calvert Smith has gone to
Selma, Alabama, where she will
spend the summer. Accompanying
her were her two small sons, Al
bert and Calvert, jr
Mr. and Mrs. William Brown will
occupy the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Calvert Smith during Mrs. Smith’s
absence from the city.
The Cleverettes met Sunday with
Mrs. Gerald ie Haynes. The next
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