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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1937)
Mrs. Estelle Starnes, 2426 Cald
well, has just returned from a
four months enjoyable visit in the
South. She was visiting her mother
Mrs. Elisa MeKinney and relatives
This is a reproduction of a pic
ture taken in sub zero tempera .
ture the morning after a severe
snow storm showing footprints
of a telephone operator leading
to the telephone office. They are
mute evidence of the “spirit of!
srvice” that is back of your tele
Mlocked streets and highways
seldom keep telephone employees
from the job. If at all possible, I
they are at work ready to do!
thedr part in providing your tele ]
The management of this Com
pany greatly appreciates- the fine
“spirit of service” shown by cm
ployees an dwe feel sure that our
customers do also. Because of it, I
the Company is able to serve you
much better that otherwise would
Employee devotion to the job
of providing telephone service is
essential to the carrying out of
our policy to provide the best
service at the lowest practicable,
charges- As a part of this policy,
it is our obligation to employees
to poy wages that are in all re
speets fair and just; to provide .
safe and agreeable working con
ditions and to deal fairly with
each individual and group.
Health Beauty Charm
Keep Young and Beautiful
(By Althouse Beauty School)
Falling Hair, Dandruff
There are many causes for fall
ing hair, but I think wv are safe
in saying that dandruff is one of
the most jomnty>n causes. Just
what is dandruff? This morning
a customer came to the school and
refused to allow the dandruff to
be lifted. She insisted that she had
dandruff all her life, and that the
scales we. found on her scalp were
good for the hair and caused it to
Is there a “growing dandruff ? ”
We study dandruff in a scientific
way wq find it to be an abnormal
growth and shedding of horny
cells of the epidermis, an excessive
discharge of sebum from the
baceous (oil) gland.
We may compare the growth
of hair with the growth of vegeta
tion. We know that everything in
nature grows from the inside out.
When ever soil will not produce
weeds, that same soil will not pro
duco the best form of vegetation.
The same is true of the scalp
Whenever we find a head uf hair
with no form or sign of dandruff
we usually find a tight drawn
shiny scalp with little, or no hair.
Just why is this? We know that
to have a beautiful abundant head
of hair, the papilla, erector muscles
and also the sebaceous glands must
be functioning properly. When the
oil from the sebaceous glands
reaches the air, it forms flacky
scales. These flaky scales are found
on the most healthy thick head of
hair, even on the scalp of babies.
If there is a ‘ growing’’ dandruff
this must be it. But when there is
an excessive flow of oil, and when
the dandruff is allowed to remain
on the scalp as a prey to dirt,
germs and more oil, the) scalp be
comes mildly infected, the hair
begins to fall, and we have the
second or destructive form of dan
Truck Driver Injured
York, S. C., Nov. 4 (ANP)—A
remarkable demonstration of fidel
ity and courage was given in York
county last Saturday by Wm. Wil
fong, a truck driver for the Mc
Whirter 5 and 10c chain store, com
pany. Instrusted with two bags,
containing large sums of money,
i for delivery at the York headquar
ters of the firm, Wilfong’s truck
was in collision with another car
on the highway between Great
Pall and Rock Hill, and in the
crash he suffered a brain concus
■sion. Despite his injury, and think
,ing only of the money entrusted to
Ihim, Wilfong managed to drive his
.truck to Rock Hill where he chanc
ed to see Dr. R. J. Settle, whom he
knew. Wilfong turned over the.
physician, asked him to rush it to
the company's office in York. Dr.
Settle took the courageous man,
cut and bleeding and in a dazed
condition from the pain, to a Rock
Hill hospital, where, still incoher
ent, he was unable to give details
of the crash.
In Police Court
Arrested twice in succession on
the same charge of operating and
bemg the keeper of a disorderly
house, with the first being a dis
missal, Gurman Craig, was sen
tended to serve 16 days in the
County jail However he was releas
ed on an Appeal Bond. The convic
tion came after Judge O’Brien des
cribed as “ridiculous," his defense
that 16 person present at the time
of the raid were playing dominoes.
Tho only evidence produced by ar
resting officers, were two pairs of
dice, which were found in a bucket
of water, seemingly which were
being given a bath.
Maxine Brown and Willie Harvey
were arrested Sunday morning by
Officer Luray Gustin, and charged
with disturbing the peace. It was
also asserted that Miss Brown had
Fault’s New Book
To Be Out- Soon
Philadelphia, Nov. 11 (ANP)—
The University of North Carolina
Press announces the publication of
‘Sojourner Truth,’ a biography of
the noted slave character, by Ar
thur Huff Faucet. This is the sec
ond of a series of biographies of
Negro characters issued by the
University of North Carolina Press
the first of which was ‘Paul Law
rence Dunbar,' by Dr. Benjamin G.
Brawley of Howard university.
Arthur Huff Fauset is a native
of Philadelphia and the author of i
‘‘For Freedom,” a series of bio-!
'graphical sketches, and various
short stories, essay, and other ar
ticles. He is one of the founders of
the National Negro Congress, and
recently elected first vice president
of that organization. The volume
on “Sojourner Truth” is scheduled
to appear early in the winter.
The St. John Guild club is ob
serving the Fifth anniversary at
the YWCA, November 17 from B
to 8 p. m. in the form of a tea. The
public is invited to attend.
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n pistol in heir possession, and be
fore the officers could get her she
got rid of it. A fish knife was
found in Harvey’s possession- Each
wero given the maximum sentence
of 30 days in the county jail.
Luther Caldwell was arrested at
25th and Patrick streets, and
chargd with being drunk. Upon his
plea, the judge dismissed the
Clifford Booker and Lovey Ro
per, 1803*4 No- 24th street, were
arrested by Officer Birch, for dis
tubing the peace. The case was
dismissed, because of Miss Roper’s
desire not to have him jailed be
cause of his job.
Billy Richards, charged with op
orating a motor vehicle with the
improper state license, the case
Willis Bartlett was arraigned be
fore Judge O’Brien Monday and
charged with firing arms within
the city limits.
Bartlett shot the wire haired
terrier dog of a neighbor twice
claiming the dog had destroyed 14
of his chickens. Upon pleading
guilty to the charge, the judge
fined him $25.00 and costs.
The St. John Literary club of
which Mrs. Christine Althouse is
sponsor met in the class room of
the Althouse Beauty school, Mon
day evening, following the. usual
formality of opening conducted by
Miss Tamer O’Neil, president.
Among the highlights of the
meeting were the presenting on
the part of all members a current
event of which they had noticed in
many papers of which they are
readers. Those presented and dis
1. New divices used in cars to de
teot drunkness of drivers.
2. Te flying aces, three of whom
3. The Hall of Negro Fame,
found in the Kansas City Call.
4. Chinese Fund and example to
5. Housewives low in Neurosis.
6. Japanese invasion of Shang
7- Whales used to get Nitre,
8. Auto license given to no one
under 21 years of aga
9. William Edmondson, Negro
History Question, found on Guidite
page of Omaha Guide, by Mrs. C.
American and Chinese Dishes
King: Yuen Cafe
JOlOtt N. 24th St. Jackson 8S7e
Open from 2 p. m. until 3 a. «i.
Rev. D H. Harris of Mommouth.
111., gave the group some very en
couraging remarks. After which S.
Edward Gilbert spoke on the pro
gram of the National Negro Con
gross Youth Council, explaining
that in the near future a youth
council would be formed in Omaha
and that the council would present
over one of the local broodcasting
stations the progress of he Negro
dating back to 1619 up to the pro
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