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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1937)
30,000 OF THE CONSUMING PUBLIC IN THE
METROPOLITAN AREA READ
THE ACCREDITED FIGURES OF 16.500 NEGROES ARE
ABOUT CORRECT FOR THIS METROPOLITA N
AREA, THAT IS, OMAHA PROPER
THESE FACTS HAVE BEEN CAREFULLY COMPUTED
The Average Expenditure Per Person, Daily is $1.25. The Total Daily Expenditure Is About
$22,867.00. Making the Annual Expenditure of $8,346,455.00.
The Women and Misses of Our Group Require $701,102.22.
Clothing and shoes for the Children, yearly totals of $500,787.30
In Omaha Alone, the 4,800 Families Spend Annually for Bread $225,497,000.
More than $250,393.65 is Spent in Omaha for Furniture.
THE ABOVE ITEMS ARE A SELECTED FEW OF THE MANY NECESSITIES, COMMODI
TIES AND LUXURIES CONSUMED IN THIS V,AST EXPENDITURE.
WHICH ALSO INCLUDES
Automobiles Groceries, Meats, Foods,
Automobile Accessories Wholesale and Retail
Bakeries Hardware Appliances
Candy and Soft Drinks Jewelry
Cigars and Tobacco Men’s Apparel
Confections Musical Instruments
Construct inn mid Building Material Notions
Drugs Wholesale and Retail Novelties and Toys
Dry Gomls Radios
Electrical Appliances Shoes
Stationery and Office Supplies
THE REQUIREMENTS OF OUR LADIES FOR TOILET PREPARATIONS EX
These Include Many Kinds of Ilair Rea utifiers, Massage Creams, Powders, Rouge,
I.ip Stick, Eye-brow Beautifiers, Perfumes, Toilet Waters, Talcum and Body Sachets
and Manicuring Preparations.
THESE 16,500 CONSUMER S ARE SERVED BEST BY ,
OMAHA’S ONE BIG WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
THE ORflAHA GUIDE
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO YOU
The Omaha Guide Covers This Metropolitan Area Like the Dew Covers the Morning.
ADVERTISERS WHO USE THIS PAPER DO SO BECAUSE THEY ARE SURE 07
REACHING OUR PEOPLE AND GETTING RESULTS
THIS ATTESTS THE OMAHA GUIDE'S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PULLING POWER
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3101POUNDS OF NIMBLENESS
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Troy Brown, hifty tcrtin newcomer, who hot a featured comedy ret* In "Nothing SacricJ/'
a David O Selxnick production, starring Ftedric March and Coiolt Lombard, let* loot* with
o bit of "twing" on thi tet in Hollywood.
.Oh Brother, “Don't you want
to save a dime?” Get your ick
et on time to the seascci’s great
os*. Carnival Barn Dance, on or
before Sat., July 24, 10 P. M._
Mrs. Idn Crews Monroe,
who has been visiting her cou
sin, Ella Long, 2517 Lake
street, was called home by a
telegram she received. She left
Wednesday, .Inly 21st at 8:30
Mrs. Alice Shaw w ho is the
aunt of Mr. and Mrs. 0. W.
Althouse, 2224 N. 22nd st., was j
the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. S. Sanford of 954 N. 28th
Avc., for several days.
The fourth annual conven
tion will convene at the Church
of God in Christ, 26th and Er
skine streets, Friday, July 23,
1937. Many guests from all
parts of Missouri and Nebraska
are expected to be pesent Tim
chief apostle, Bishop C. II Ma
son of Tenn., will also be here.
The Bacchanite Club’s Carni
val Dance tickets are on sale at
the following places of business:
Bobbins Drug Store 24th and
Grant St. »
Tuxedo Billiard Parlor
24th and Grant Sts.
George Lewis Chicken Hut
General Admission 50e. Before,
you can save a dime, if you buy
a .ticket on time.
If you can sell everyday
needs in a home, you have a
job. Call MA 3704, and get par
ticulars about the same. No
previous epxerience wiTI be
necessary. We will teach you
salesmanship. If it is within you
to learn how to become an in
dependent woman bv learn
ing real salesmanship. Don’t let
Old Man Doubt hinder your
success Don’t let ear hold
you down any longer. Just
Call MA 3764 and we will
bring out what there is within.
The Poro club held their
monthly meeting at the home
of Mrs. Brooks. The yearly pic
nic was discussed, which will
be held July 26th, in Elmwood.
The picnic is eagerly awaited
because of it being a memorial
event. The next meeting will
be held at the home of the
president. They will be enter
tained by Miss Anne Michael.
Enjoys Picmio atElmwood
The Seventh Day Adventist
church had their annual Sun
day school picnic at Elmwood
park, Sunday July 18th. The
evening was spent playing ball
and many other lively sports.
The Boy Scouts band played
while everyone marched around j
Mrs. Julia Johnson of Kan
sas Oity, Mo., is the house guest
of Mrs. h. Moore, 2898 Bur
Sing! Swing! Dance!
That Swing, Sing and Dance
Orchestra will be in town soon
featuring Anna. Mae Winburn,
the Mid-wesi’s most popular en
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