The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, July 03, 1937, Page TWO, Image 2

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THREE QUESTIONS- Rend all letters to Abbe Wallace, care of
The Omaha Guide, 2418 Grant Street, Omaha, Nebraska.
Ft. C. M. Would I ho a success
ij* F *took up the line pf work that
I want to follow ?
Ans: Snre you could. Don’t stop
school before you graduate from
high school to take up this work
hut do so nfter you receive your
school training. When your are
able to open a ’■hop of your own
then you will make a comfortable
living.
K. K. —I read your column
every week. Tell me f the man !
love is true and dess he love me
only? Sometimes I think he is
pretending.
Ans; He is just as unfaithful to
you as you are to your HUSBAND.
No he doesn't love you for he
spends the majority of his time
with another girl. Give ties mxu
up before your husband gets wise
for you don't, really care for him.
It. J. F.—I am running a little
•tore and I wnnt to know if I con
tinue on will I ever have a large
store ?
Ans: Indeed you will. Every
penny that you make out of th's
little place use it to expand
your business and w hen you get of
AGFi you will have n good paying
business of your own.
C. S- G." My son left town about
two months ago and I want to
know if he will ever come back
heme?
Ans: Yes he will. He wants to
see the world and it will probably
take him at least a year or eigh
teen months to do it but he will re
turn to your home to live. He will
I* you hear from him occasionally
g •
L. M. B.—Please tell me in the
column what our mother did with
the money she collected from the
Insurance company?
Ana: She SALTED IT AWAY.
Your mother is a very thrifty wo
man and she isn’t going to throw
one penny of this money away.
When every member of the family
gets broke your mother will al
ways have a little something ahead.
J. W. W.—Js my wife in love with
someone else as I believe and if
so is it the perty I have in mind?
Ans: Yon must live a miserable
life wondering if your wife Is
In love with every Tom, Dick, and
Harry in yonr city. The idea is ah.
snrd and neither is she guilty of
flirting with this party. Have more
confidence in her for If you contin
ue to doubt her she is just
spunky enough to really give you
something to worry about.
R. P—Will I be successful on the
trip I am planning to take?)
Ans: You have mapped out a
mighty interesting trip and there j
isn’t any reason why you shouldn’t I
enjoy yourself every minute of the
time you are gone. Don’t back out
.go ahead and make the jour
ney.
M. A. C-—Should I go through
with my plans for this summer or
what is the best, stop for me to
take?
Ans: If it is possible go to
college next fall and ( complete
your training there. Prepare for
a teacher if this is the line of work
you wish to follow. To take a
Teachers Training Course in sum
mer school will be hard when you
aien’t prepared.
V. H. R.—Is the report true con
cerning my husband and what
should I do?
Ans: Forjjet about the whole
thing as this gossip is not based on
actual facts. Take your husband’s
word every time in preference to
what people tell you.
YA'.V.WAV.W.V.V.V.’.V.
BOOST JOE LOUIS
Wear a Joe Louis button now on
sale at your local drug store.
W//A,.V.,.V.V.V.V.V.V.,.V
Legion to Show
Fireworks Kxhiliit at
Creighton StacliuC
Fireworks are limited to Fourth
of July celebrations in the Un'ted
, States but n Omaha they ere al
most completely forb d led bemuse
of the danger of injury to ch ldren
V, ith thi approach of Indepenrenee
May, police and ooctors have al
rendy been call'd into service, in
rases where fireworks have been
• voue nt
the city limits.
Only exception to the Omaha ord
inance banning fireworks is an
amend*lent permitting a careful
supervised pyrotechnic display July
bill at Creighton stadium, sponsor
ed by Omaha Post No. I, the
American Legion, the world’s larg
est Legion post. They are working
with a number of other posts In
metropolitan centers which forbid
private use of fireworks to pro
vide for an Independence Day cele
bration for the public.
Ed McGinnis, Cook County post
official and Chicago financier who
visited in Omaha this week, told
George Gillen, Omaha Post adjut
ant, and Morris E. Jacobs, chair
man of the fnance committee, of
throngs attracted to tho annual
Legion exhibition at Soldiers Field,
Chicago, each year- I>os An
geles Legion organization have ex
tended their fireworks show this
year to a two-night program to
meet public demand.
Fireworks were first introduced
in America by some Spanish con
quistadores in Mexico with Cortex
in 1620. Many intricate designs sym
bolixing religious and patriotic ev
ents have grown up. Omana offi
cials have beem meeting regularly
this week with fireworks engineers
in creating displays of prominent
historical figures in American life
and “set pieces” to depict pioneer
dnys in the Middle West.
One huge figure pictures an In
dian attack on a prairie schooner
caravan, drawn up for night’s en
campment. Blueprints also call for
fireworks doll and clowns, made up
as dancqrs and acrobats and fi
gures from comic strips. One de
sign calls for a man doll turning an
ice cream freezer, another for ac
robats spinning on a trapeze. Birds
at tne top of poles light up, spread
their wings and fly off into space
Another plan calls for a large fi
gure of n boy to light a giant
cracker and be blown to pieces by
the torpedo-like explosion.
Waterfalls are among the most
populur of displays. One to be
A BABY TO LOVE?
If you yearn for a hnhy of your
own, won’t you write ns in full con
fidence i/d let ns send you inter
esting information on this subject ?
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725 Hall Bldg, Kansas City, Mo.
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rubbing. While you sleep it actually dis
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where ordinary bleaches fail.
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HINEMAN’S GARAGE
We always try to please you. Our prices are, low and
our work is guaranteed, feneral Repairing—Greasing—
Car Washing—A No. 1 Wax Job—Battery Charging.
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The Larleuse Beauty Foundation wai eatabllahed if _
by the Godefroy Manufacturing Company to study "■*"
methods of preserving women's natural beauty, <
and to make the results of this research available
to tho oubllc.
SUMMER PRECAUTIONS FOR YOUR HAIR
I Summer Is hard mi the hair. We
often make it worse by neglecting
; to wear liata during the long sum
| mer days, leaving our crowning
glory exposed to the searing suae of
I old Sol for many lung hours. Swlm
i mjng, tennis, golf and oilier summer
sports are so Interesting that we
i forget about tiie hair and scalp,
until. In the fall, the cruel awaken
ing conies. Hair, which had once
been n source of pride and Joy. is
unruly, dull and lifeless. Then we
realize that It will take most of the
winter to make It beautiful again.
To save time and worry later,
work out u routine for the enre of
your hair during the summer, lie
sure that It Is simple and suited to
your requirements, then stick to It.
Study your Imlr carefully, decide
whether It Is dry or oily, whether
the pin I is fluttering. Decide on
the time of day most convenient for
brushing, and the time of week that
is most suitable for your shampoo.
Have your schedule so well fitted
Into your personal time-budget that
It will come as naturally as lunch,
even ou the sweltering days.
Frequent Shampoo*
Cleanliness is the basic require
ment, of course. When Imlr Is Im
mnculate, even the most casual
coiffure will look becoming, for
clean lustrous hair Is beautiful li
itself. Dull, poorly kept Imlr Is a
aaudlrnp which no woman should
tolerate.
Shnnipoo your hair ns often ns
you find necessary. Don’t stick to
the "one-week” or "ten-day” rules.
They do not always apply. Your
requirements may differ from those
of your neighbor. During the sum
mer you will certainly need to
shampoo your Imlr more frequently .
than In the winter. If you find that
frequent shampooing In the summer ]
over-stlmulntcs the oil glands, try
an occasional dry shampoo, perhaps
egg-white, or one of the good com- <
merclul products. If you shampoo |
Incorrectly and infrequently, seldom i
Ming a hairbrush, you simply won’t t
| hove the kind of hnlr that poets
rave about.
Oil Treatment Eesentlal
Heat and dryness will demand
an occasional oil treatment to keep
your hnlr soft and lustrous. This
is also a good emergency treatment,
after a day at the bench, to replace
natural oils, “gone with the wind."
The oil treatment Is especially good
If your hair Is too dry Just after
a shampoo and has a tendency to
become too oily later.
Olive oil Is one of the oldest
beauty preparations and Is still rec
ognized ns nn effective and Inex
pensive aid to parched scalps. Vig
orous scalp massage should he con
sidered an Important part of the oil
treatment. Avoid using a high de
gree of artificial heat In drying,
especially when there Is a tendency
toward dry scalp arid brittle hair.
Oive yourself the treatment once
each month, and the scalp will defy
summer temperatures.
Brushes and combs should be
limnnculate. A thorough scrubbing
in warm suds Is due them at least
once a week. If possible, dry in the
sun. for this will prolong the life
of brushes and keep the combs, as
well as brushes, sanitary.
Keep your coiffure simple, so that
It will take little of your time. Have
It flattering to you even though it
Is not the current “rage." Too
iftcn we see a girl wearing nn un
flattering hnlrdress Just because It
s the fad. She would out-smart her
sisters If she would stick to the
tecoming thing — a simple style
hat compliments her features. Ite
nember. soft gleaming hnlr is
»c>jitillful even when simply dressed.
If you become bored with the
•outine you have set for yvurself,
nnke some changes. Try a new
'tirl, a new rinse or a new part,
t is iinportnnt to keep yourself
ntcrested In these things, for if
on ure not, who will he?
Conscientious care of the hair
rill add Immeasurably to your ap
learance and self-confidence. They
ire well worth the time taken to
ichlevs them. Don’t you think so}
| Clarinda, la.
News
Miss Louise Nash, Reporter
Regular services were held a
the Second Baptist chui’ch on Sun
day. Both services were well at
tended.
Mrs. Carrie Roberts has return
ed home after a visit with hei
daughter in Minneapolis.
Lewis Nelson of Burlington, la.,
is visiting with his grand parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griggs.
Mrs. Maxine Griggs has return
ed home from the hospital at Iowa
City.
Miss Esm)-raldie McDaniels is
taking her vacation in Canada.
M.rs. Prances Griggs and daugh
ter, Margaret of Maryville, were
Sunday visitors at the Joe Griggs
home.
The Piney Woods Singers render
ed a delightful program at the
auciitorihm Sunday afternoon.
The Second Baptist church of
Clarinda, 10th and Main streets,
will hold its Grand picnic on Mon
day, July 5th. The ball game will
ba held at 1:30, with Cudahy Rex,
Omaha, Nebr., and Clarinda All
Stars playing. Come one, come all!
—.— ■ o—:— to
Mrs. Annabelle Battles of 2634
Hamilton street, left for Chicago,
July 3rd to visit her brpther.
AMERICAN WIENER SHOI
2509 N. 24th, Street.
BEST CHIU AND BEST
RED HOTS IN
THE WEST
ALL KINDS of SANDWICHES
shown at the AmerivvA Legion cele
bration July 5th is a representation
of Niagara Falls, forty feet high,
seventy feet broad. Various ohemi
cals are used to provide the sparkle
of the water falling, and to pro
vide the red and blue against a
white background for colonial and
United States flags and the Am
erican shield, whicn will bear a
huge American eagle in fireworks.
Omaha Post American Legion,
which has secured special amend
ment of the Omana fireworks or
dinance for the occasion, has con
tracted with fireworks architects
and engineers for 9 classes of fire
works on Independence day cele
bration .f ily 5th- Firecrackers
Roman candles, skyrockets, pin
wheels and their variations, and s
large number of set pieces, which
throw off showers of colored spark
or flames and rorm pictures of firt
in the air, will be set off.
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Elder A. D. Carter, Pastor
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.,
Mrs. G. Mina, supt.
, Services at noon. YPWW at 6:30
p. m., Mrs. Gamble Duncan, presi
dent. General services at 8:00 p.
m Weekly services on Tuesday and
Friday nights at 7:30 o'clock.
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Mr. James Dudley and Mrs. Alice
Dudley of Tulsa, Okla., were visit
ing their sister, Mrs. Louise Hill,
they went from here to Kansas
City.
Did you ever save a life? aslced
little Bobby.
Yes, noddl'd Uncle Zeke, cnee
when my grandfather’s house
caught fire I dashed inside and all
through downstairs, then upstairs
in every room. Nobody home at all,
so I jumped out of the window just
in time.
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CHRISTINE ALTHOUSE
2422 No. 22nd St WE 0846
STEPHENSON BEAUTY SHOP
2037 N. 24th St At 6810
MILDRED TURNER’S BEAUTY
SALON
2624 No. 27th ,St. WE 2614
MARTHA MAYO ~
Beauty Culturist
Marcelling Finger-Waving
WEbeter 0274
2612 No. 24th St Omaha
CHARLENA LEWIS
BEAUTY SALON
2866 Maple St. JA 6116
ECONOMY TAILOR
Okas. M. Simmons, Prop.
Wo Cut, Trim Make Suits to Order
Make all kinds of alterations for
Ladies and Gents.
Cleaning and Repairing
1812 No. 24th St.
American Wiener Shop
2609 N. 24th Street.
KING YUEN CAFE
2010% N. 24th St. Ja. 8676
Alberta’s Sandwich Shop
4827 S. 26th St. Ma. 0967
Raybon’s Midget Cafe, 1922 N. 24th1
CHARLI96 PLACE
1603 N. 24th St,_We. 4019
YOUNG’S GROCERY
1018 No. 24th St. WE 6211
ICLITE CIGAR STORE
2312 N. 24th St Ha. 4226
HOUSTON’S GROCERY
2114 No. 24th St. JA, 3543
Our Sausage a specialty
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NORTH-SIDE TRANSFER
2414 Grant St. We. 6666
j CONSOLIDATED AUTO PARTS
! 2601 Cuming St At 6666
JOHNSON DRUG
1904 N. 24th St We. 0998
BEN & HERMIT ANDERSON
Painting, Wall Washing and
Decorating
23 Years Experience
Estimates free Work Guaranteed
2801 Miami St. 2872 Binny St.
Phone WE 6826
DUFFY PHARMACY”
24th and Lake We. 0609
Cleaners and Tailors
TOBY’S IDEAL CLEANERS
2237 N. 20th StAt 6156
Phont WE 4676
I. GRAHAM TAILOR SHOP
Cleaning — Pressing — Repairing
1606 No. 24th Omaha Neb.
Electrical Appliances
DONAHOO & HOYLE
Norge Appliance Co.
2423 Farnam St Ha. 0600
HINEMAN’S GARAGE
2417 Norh 24th Street
General Repair Work
Graders
W. F. HOCH
Grading and Excavation
4606 Ames Ave. Ke. 0313
Grocery Stores
HERMAN'S MARKET
24th and Lake We. 6444
Laundries
EMERSON LAUNDRY
2324 N. 24th St. We. 1029
RABE’S 1BUFFET
2425 N. 24th St. Ja. 9196
EDHOLM & SHERMAN
2401 N. 24th St We. 6056
BREMAN’S- TAILOR SHOP ~~
1408 North 24th St.
This months special $5.00 Any Coat
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Monument Makers
HEFT & NOYES
40th and Forest Lawn Ke. 17S8
Produce Markets
METROPOLITAN PRODUCE
1616 N. 24th St. We. 4737
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