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Miss Ellen Mae Walker
Miss Ellen Mae Walker, junior
at the St. Joseph Academy for
Girls, was one of the shorthand
students selected by “The Griggs
Writer Magsxine" for special men
tion to represent her district be
cause of exceptional shorthand
writing skill. Miss Walker is the
daughter of Mrs. 4-Rse Richardson.
Mr. Curtis Thurman of 2616
Grant street who motored to Kan
sas City, Kas. to the bedside of his
cousin has returned.
Sis M. Bolds, city missionary of
Bethel Baptist church, 29th and T
streets, South Omaha, held a very
interesting tulk for women at Sa
lem Baptist church. All enjoyed her
On May 30th, Sis Holds visiter
Kansas City, Mo. Her subject was
“‘Why Trouble Ye the Woman;
For She Has Kept Wrought oT
Good Work Upon Her," Matt. 26:10.
On’June 17th, she visited Friend
ship Baptist church in Kansas
City, Mo-, Rev. Harper, paster and
the Frst Baptist church, Kansas
City, Kas., Rev. Irvin Henry Fisher,
Mr. Willie M oore, of Inpmdencc,
Kas., is visiting his aunt, Mrs.
Eat Spring Chicken ‘til Bacon
Comes Down lh. 20c
Georgia Sweet Watermelons lb. 3c
Hardings 'ice Cream,
I ts. 15f; Qts. 25c
27th at Grant WE 6089
Mrs. Curry Enjoys
Mrs. Rosalce Holl’ns of > 1 No.
! 25th street g ive a beautiful four
course breakfast last Friday,
Juno 18th, in the lawn of Mrs.
JLcsrie Montg >mery, 2625 Erskinc
street honoring Mrs. Hazel Curry
who hus just returned to the states
fiom a six months sojourn abroad,
and who is the guest of Mrs. Eli
zabeth Emmons, 2120 Bui d yttet
Twenty-four guesta played
bridge, danced and voted Mrs, Hoi
Ins a charming hostess.
This beautiful affair was follow
ed by a four course luncheon giv
en by Mr. Kenneth Reese of 2402
No. 26th Street, Monday, June, 21st.
The home was artistically decora
ed with beautiful flowers of vari
Mrs. Ourry who will spend two
weeks in our city is enroute to Los
Angeles where she will make her
Man Hit on Head With
Heavy Rock; Lives
Columb a, S. C., June 24 (ANP)
Two weeks ago when a rock the
size of his head fell a distance of
90 feet, strik'ng H. D. Hampton,
quarry worker on Ihc head while at
work, physicians marveled that he
lived long enough to be taken to
the hospital, l ast Friday Quarry
Hampton left Waverly hospital well
on the way to recovery.
Physicians attribute Ivs miracul
ous escape to the fnet that Hamp
ton was bending ever when the
rock struck, the result of the glanc
ing blow -being that the reck cut
out a portion ef his skull, do ng
il, • job as cle lily as though done
by surgki 1 instruments. Rushed
to the hospital and X-rayed, the i
••bull section knocked out was re
placed. After the operation, asked
it’ his head hurt, he said: 1 No
it doesn’t hurt, but it does feel
kinds itchified.” His attend'ng phy
,-i; n, however, warned him
against leaning over for some time,
saying: “If you lean over, your ^
brains might fall out on the
Miss Gnldys Williams
Miss Gladys Williams, comely
leading lady of “Mssissippi Rain
bow” the Federal Theatre play
which has just completed a run of
three months at the Princess thea
tre in owntown Chicago. Critics
predict a bright future for Miss
Williams who has been engaged in
Little Theatre and dramatic efforts
for several years.
I NP 6-28 7-3.
2810 Parker St., 5 room house mo
dern except heat. Price 1,150. Cash,
$115. Balance per month, $10.50.
Monthly payments nclude interest
and taxes. Move in—House now va
,E. M. DAVIS
Licensed Real Estate Broker
2817 No. 25th St. WE 1161
MRS. HARRY NORMAN
4827 S 26 St. MA 0957
J t« **c» to b* £(tU^
further and Mbmr Mftirro*
th* fora fitting taUiUtrftttlt,
and doing la fan allck flowered,
! or printed rayon and acetate’
aid to with aklrta,
Tba aulta pictured, button
dean the back. Bright colora
on light or dark hack-ground, i
ara the popular reaorta today.
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iWAjMt_w iTrc.-g F?r.3a__|
Mrs Mary M Tor, her five boys |
and daughter, Mrs George Hudson, !
Jr., wem guests at a picnic Wednes- M
day, .June 16th, ut Elmwood park :
by Mrs. Floyd Smith of 606 No-j
5Sth street. Mrs. Smith served n r
very tasty luncheon which all en- |
joyed, and at 2 p. m-, she escorted !
her guests to the races’ where they j i
completed an enjoyable afternoon. *
Mrs. Thelma Murray of Oldsbor
oi.gh, Ky., was the Week-end gue- t
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram Greenfield j
while on route to the Pacific Coast.
Mrs. Murray is the assistant princi
■ '! and instructor of Latin and
English in the cty high school at,
Oldsborough. On her return home, j
she will again visit in the city as ;
the house guest of Mr. anti Mrs. i
Greenfieb for about ten days.
Bargains in Homes
2801 No. 24th St-, 6 rooms nil mo
dem. Full cement basement.
Price, $1,900. Cash, $300. Balance
$22 per month.
2803 No. 24th St., 6 rooms all mo
dem, Prfce, $1,600. Cash, $300
Balance, $20 per month.
1124 No. 26th St., 6 rooms modern
except heat. Price $1,050. Cash,
$105. Balance, $10 50 per month
2421 Decatur St. 6 rooms all mo
dem. Price $2 300. (a h, $400.
Balance per month, $22. (This
house is subject to owner’s ap
All monthly payments ab>ve in
clude taxes and interest,
! E M. DAVIS
Licensed Real Estate Broker
! 2817 No. 24tii St. WE 11G6
! —■ III ■
Paint, Glass nnd Varnish
We do glazing and make window
shades to order
1822-24 N. 24 WE 1607
1114 N. 24th Street
Fresh Poultry and Egg's
> ■ ...
j Louis Larsen Garage
i For service and number one
| repair work
Batteries and Tires
Come to Louis Larsen’s Garage
3014 No. 24th St. JA 9220
Mrs. Marie H. Stewart of 5212
So. 25th street, left Tuesday, June
:2nd, for Decatur, Michigan where
ihe will visit indefinitely with her
uother, Mrs. Horton. Mrs. Stewart
will be remembered as the proprie
tress of the Stewart Art Shoppe.
VI r. Stewart, her husband, return
'd to a local hosp tal where he will
sontlnue medical treatment. Mrs.
Stewart is also recovering her
1 . : of 1511% No.
2 ' ; *• . 1 V* ' i sday evening
fir * '■ I-l ' nn., and other
mints ,s Y s. Jones left Thurs
lay morn a r Denver, Colo.
Willa’s Beauty Salon
Hot Oil Treatment
Shampoo and Wavve
Facial Hacks and .Manicures
2.108 No. 24th St. WE 5699
Bargains in Homes
2018 Grace St., 5 rooms modern
except, heat. Price $750. Cash,
$75. Balance per month, $10.50.
2020 Grace St., 6 rooms modern ex
cept heat. Price $750. Cash, $75
Balance per month, $10.50.
2022 Grace St. 5 rooms modern ex
cept heat. Price $750. Cash, $75.
Balance per month, $10-60.
3009 Lindsay Ave., 3 rooms part
modern. Price, $900. Cash, $90.
Balance per month, $8.25.
2621 Burdette Ave., 4 rooms part
modem. Price, $900. Cash, $90.
Balance per month, $9.25.
2533 Binney St., 6 rooms part mo
dern. Price, $1,050. Cash, $105.
Balance per month, $10.50.
955 No. 25th Ave-, 6 rooms modem
except heat. Price, $1,150. Cash,
$115. Balance per month, $10-50.
2029 Caldwell St., 8 rooms modem.
Price, $1,250. Cash, $125. Bal
ance per month, $11.60.
2432 Franklin St., 6 rooms modern
except heat. Price, $1,000. Cash,
$100. Balance per month, $12.50.
1418 No. 25th St-, 6 rooms modem.
Price, $1,350. Cash, $135. Bal
ance per month, $14.50.
All monthly payments above in- |
elude taxes and nterest.
,E. M DAVIS
Licensed Real Estalte Broker
2817 No. 24(Zi St. WE 1166
If you want to really GCT RID OR
[ GAS and terrible bloating, don’t e::pect
I to do it by just doctoring your stomach
with harsh, irritating alkalies and "gas
tablets.’’ Most GAS 13 lodged in the
stomach anti upper intestine and is
due to old poisonous matter in the'
eonstlnated bowels that aro loaded
with ill-causing bacteria.
If your constipation is of long stand
ing, enormous quantities cf dangerous
bacteria accumulate. Then your di
I gsstion Is upset, GAS often presses
j heart and lungs, making life miserable.
You can’t eat or sleep. Your head
aches. Your back ache3. Your com
j plexion. Is sallow and pimply. Your
breath is foul. You are a sick, grouchy,
j wretched, unhappy person. YOUR
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VDept- 73, St. Paul,
I Rooms for Delegates I
ILidwcstcin Elks Convention
Oall PAUL S. HOLLIDAY—WEbster 01G9, After 5 pan.
! announcement |
.Rev. J. E. Wade, 2218 Willis Ave., is to be married g
||| on July 7, 1937, to Miss Bramlett Crawford, 2128 N. |
29th St., formerly of Ft. Smi^h, Arkansas.
Rev Wide is a well known citizen of Omaha and
4 is the assistant pastor of Olair Chapel. 22nd and Mrann
11Eg, Streets. _
" Kv,rv member of this l.luo is roa».
Are you a mo„- Uv mhided! You will know ell
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«w«" ,, M.mhmw»
For Quick Sale
5 rooms all modem in the heart ,
of the business district near 24th
and Lake streets. Newly decorated
and painted. Price, $2,750. Cash
$500. Payments to suit. Call AT
9826 or for further information
call at Guide office, ask for C. C.
WE SPECIALIZE ON BAT
2934N. 24th Ja 9999
(RITZ SHOE REPAIR SHOP)
2033 North 24th St
2422 N 22nd St. WE 0846
IN HOMES FOR SALE
22nd and Maple Street—Eight rooms, modem, reception
iall, living room, dining room, den and kitchen, down
stairs. four bedrooms upstairs: oak floors thoughout, full
jement basement, double gaage, large lot.
)28 North 25th Street—six rooms, modern, $1,500.00.
3402 North 27th Ave., five rooms, modem, $2600.
)61North 27th Street, six rooms, partly modem, $500.00.
These properties may be purchased with small down
payment, balance less than rent, low rate of interest on
anpaid balance, abstract of title brought down to date,
iaxes paid up, properties free of any incumbrances.
C. F. Davis Real Estate Do.
2504 NORTH 24TH STREET
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