The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, February 26, 1938, Page THREE, Image 3
HINES TAILOR SHOP Cleaning, Pressing and Re pairing. .Dyeing and Hat Cleaning Dresses Cleaned and Press ed—Fur Crafting, Etc. 2523 Q STREET Men’s Dress Shirts 13y2 to 20 $1.00 Men’s Ties. $.29—4 for $1.00 Open Saturday Evenings Until 9 ACE TIE SHOP 1403 Parn&m VISIT THE New Elite Bar 2423 N 24th St * — " T Drinks Of All Kinds At Moderate Prices Special Courtesy to Ladies Direct Wire on All Sporting Events Christopher & McGill, Props. ^1UH i IH m A Li THAT MEN ADMIRE £MD WOMEN ENVY When skin is too dark, rough, blot chy, etc-, spread on genuine Dr. FRED PALMER .S SKIN WHJTENER. It must work faster to lighten, brighten and help clean up skin or money back. 25c at drug stores. tma FREE SAMPLE: For Free Sample write to DR FRED PALMER’S LABS., Dept. D-302 Atlanta, (la. Cheyenne . $9.00 Chicago . 8.50 Denver . 9.00 Kansas City . 2-95 Los Angeles . 23.00 San Francisco . 24.00 • Bus travel today is most luxurious. Coaches are warm and comfortable. Individual reclining chairs and free pillows. Baggage stored inside-nlways handy. Asle agent about low fares to all points. Big savings on round trips. BBRLINGTON BUS DEPOT 1416 Douglas at 15th St. Ph. ATlantie 2300 8c SHIRTS 8c When Finished Out of Any Family Service i I EMERSON LAUNDRY ZORIC DRY CLEANERS I 2324 No. 24th St_WE 1029 0. A.—I want to know if there is a jo|b for nie anytime soon. My stepmother would have already had me a job if it wasn’t for my father. You helped me once before. Ans: Yes.there is a job for you and very soon too. Your stepmother has her eyes opem and she will see that you have something to do shortly. Your father just can’t seem to want you to go to work. .. ho still believes you to be. a baby. F, L. H B—1 am terribly anxi ous to get a job in the tobacco fac tory near us and I wonder if there is a chance for me? Ans: Sure there is a chance place your application im mediately in this company. ^ Also try to meet several of the people who live near you that have found employment in this company and they could give you information how to go ab out the job. It will pay well. B. T.—Is there going to be some sad .news in my family and let me know about my madam? Ans: No sad news is sched uled ahead I don’t think and it i$ rather foolish for you to worry about trouble before it reaches you. Your madam will not quit her job anytime sonn you have nothing to fear about work. -n CHRIST TEMPLE CHURCH j Rev. L. M. Relf Pastor Sister Edna Pankey, Reporter Sunday was Youth day at Christ Temple church in which the youth of our chuich conducted the ser vivoe during the day. Sunday i school opened at 9:30 with young , Rro. Sogan as acting superinten- J dent. The lesson was ‘Choosing Companions in Service, Mark 3:1-1 Rev. Relf brought us the morning message. His subject was, The Duty of the Children, Proverbs 10:1. The BYPU1 met at 6 p. m. There t was a wonderful attendance. The evening sermon was bought to us" by Rev. Berton. His subject was, Remember Thy Creator in the Days of Youth. The services were enjoyed by all. Come and worship with us. Visitors are al ways welcome. — ■■ -ft MT. NEBO BAFT. CHURCH Rev. J. G. Gates, Pastor Helen Bradshaw, Reporter The Sunday school was very' in teresting Sunday. The lesson was very interestingly taught. Rev. Gates preached a soul stir ring sermon. His subject was, “Let Your Light Shine So that Meii May See Your Good Works and Gloryify Your Father Which is in Heaven.’ His text was ‘Ye Are the Light of the World-’ The BYPU was very interesting The subject was on Sin and Its Work.’ Rev. Harris taught a very instructional lesson. The sermon Sunday night was very inspirational. Mt. Nebo’s Mission is still pro gressing. All are invited to come and wor ship with us. GROW GLOSS Beauty Shoppe Use Elise Turner’s Glow Gloss For Your Hair Special Hair-styling For Ladies Use Our Face Cream and Pow. der to Keep You Looking Young. OALL AT 3036 2512 N. 24th Street Facts vs. Rumors (Continued from Page One) roundings and recreational oppor tunities, a right to live a normal life, so long as you do not infringe upon the rights of others. There is no ‘Mason and Dixon Lino’ as many Have thought and subsequently stated, to the con tary the Wagner Steagall bill un der which the project is governed plainly states there shall be posi tively no discrimination as to race creed or color in selection of ten ants. This I am proud to say is be ing carried out to the letter by the management. In conclusion may I state, that thd primary objective of those sponsoring the Homes, from Pre sident Roosevelt down and inclu sive of the Omaha Housing Au thority, is to provide modern homes for low wage earners, thus giving you and others an oppor. tunity to live the life of a typical American. Listen not to rumors which others may tell you, but como to the office of the Logan Fontenelle Homes and receive facts from thos^ in authority. Make out an application and allow same to go through the proper channel, this p.nd this only, is the way to find out whether you are eligible or not, —-■ --- METROPOLITAN CHURCH Rev. R. W. Johnson. Pastor Sis. M. Cason. Reporter After having such a wonderful time in the revival meeting with Evangelist C. Gore and Miss Aus tin, Sunday found the spirit still high at the Metropolitan. Sunday school was opened at its usual time by Sis. Mitchell. The teachers and pupils all in their places. Text, ‘What Look I Yet.’ Luke 18:18-30. Morning service, was very uplift ing to those who put their hearts in the service. Sunday being Royal Sunday, the boards ook very nice in purple rails and collars whicjj re present royalty. The sermon by the pastor was very well explained. The subject ‘Interpretation.’ Gen. 40:16. There were two souls added to the membership. The Union is very strengthening and is of great help to all who at tend. I am a Good Shepherd was the lesson from the 10th chapter of St. John. They also had a lovely program. Come out to Union and cncourage vach group and their programs. The Lord was still in his Holy Temple, during the evening ser vices. The choir sang speeial num bers. The sermon was by our pas tor and a continueation of his Bible serial. Subject ‘Your Good Works Will Follow You. Gen. 41:15. There were two people who were connected with the church. WP are looking forward to bigger and bet ter things at Metropolitan. So w,t,h the help and cooperation of the people we can build a church that will be a monument for the Negroes of Omaha to be proud of. Wednesday night sermon will be preac.hed by Rev. Beasley. Come out and encourage this young min ister of the gospel. Everyone is , welcome. Bring your friends with you. ___ ' MORNING STAR HAP. CHURCH Rev. Wm. Pruitt, Pastor Sunday School opened at the us ual hour with the superintendent, Mrs. G. W. Stronile presiding.The general lesson subject—Choosing Companions in Service. At 11:30 our pastor brought to us an inspir ing message: subject—Honors; the text. St. John 6:4. I At 3 p. m. Master R. O. Bass, the Hoy Preacher, preached for the Chillen’s Activity Club. The mes sage was enjoyed by all. At 6:00 p. m.. BYPU. opened with President Johnson presiding. A large attendance was present. General lesson subject, Making Your Country More Christian. 8:00 p. m., the pastor again brought to us a splendid message, subject—The Great Opportunity, Text St. John. 4:36. The Willing Workers dub is to meet Thursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Raymond John son. 2414 Frankin street. Mission Circle meets every Friday at 7:30 p. m. On last Friay night an open discussion on a paper subject- -The Essentials of a Chritian Woman’s Missionary Society. Much thought was gleaned. 19 were present. Mis W. E. Frederick, president. Visit ors are always welcome. The sick of the church is Mrs. Rosetta Berry, 3623 Pinkney St. Farmers Endorse State Advertising Lincoln. Nebr., Feb. 24—Agricul- j tural leaders of Nebraska are | strong in their pra'se of the Ne- I Laska national advertising cam paign which is seeking to interest industries to come to this state to Like advantage of the great abundance of raw materials from the farms "I have noted with much inter est the spend id constructive work which is being done for the state of Nebraska through t he. advertise ments sponsored by the Associated Industries of Nebraska,* says 41. J. Gramlich, chairman of the. De partment of Animal Husbandry, Nebraska College of Agriculture ‘These advertisements,” Mr. Gramlich adds, “call attention of the nation to the splendid oppor tunities which are afforded in this basically sound agricultural state. Nebraska’s reputation as a live stock and crop producer is based upon seventy-five years of known fact. A state which stands second as a producer of swine, third in corn, and near the top in most other major livestock and field crops certainly has a wonderful future.” 0. J. Claassen of Omaha, presi dent of the Farmers National Com pany, which successfully manages many farms for absentee owners throughout Nebraska and Iowa, stressed the advantages Nebraska enjoys because of its wholesome financial condition, its freedom from state debts and from sales, income and luxury taxes, and its governmental economy. ‘ From the standpoint of farm management and agriculture in general, the Nebraska advertising campaign is just as important to make our own people realize the preferred positions in the matter of taxation, as to spread this in formation t0 outsiders,” Mr. Claas sen said. ‘‘Having such a preferred tax position,” he pointed out, "the other advantages emphasized in these advertisements follow, for with less money demanded by government in taxes, more is left for production and for living. That should be a strong incentive to give Nebraska its proportionate share and more in the industrial development of the middle west.” “The Associated Industries cam paign.” he added, "is of definite, important and tangible value to agriculture as it seeks to bring new industries here to make use of our c’ plus farm products. Wo need such industries to keep the money at home which is now spent elsewhere for processing these farm products. With the divelop. men't of such industries in Nebras ka wo will build greater local mar koto for both raw and finished farm products, thereby also creat ing greater opportunities for busi ness in our cities and towns.” Jacob Ktrpp. prominent farm leader of Columbus, adds his en dorsement to the advertising cam paign which, he says, “is valued very highly by agriculture " "Any effort to open new and larger fields for industry will mean a broader and bdtter market for agriculture,” Mr. Kupp states. ‘ It will bring higher prices for our products and therefore raise the marked value of our farms. There neve#' was a more opportune time for this type of campaign-” -o Thp Bethel Mission Art cluib 'sponsored a Pre-George Washing ton Tea Sunday, February 20 at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Roberts, 1711 No. 28th street. Nearly one hundred guests were | served. Mesdam^s Rose and Jar j rett were hostess. t A request solo was rendered by Mrs. Downing accompanied by Miss Addie Foxall at the piano. The, ta blo was beautifully decorated in red and white. Mrs. Hattie West, Reporter North 24th Street SHOE HOSPITAL 1807 No. 24th St. WE 4240 Have your old shoes made to look ajnd wear like new. Our invisible resoling is ji st what you need to keep ycur feet nice and warm. Men's and Women's shoes left over for sale. OUR ADVERTISERS _PATRONIZE A Three Days7 Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many medicines you haVe tried for your cough, chest cold, or bronchial Irritation, you can get relief now with Creomulsion. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with any remedy less potent than Creomulsion, which goes right to the seat of the trouble and aids na tur^to soothe and heal the Inflamed mucous membranes and to loosen and expel the germ-laden phlegm. 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