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The Omaha Guide. 2418 Grant Street, Omaha, Nebraska.
E. M. H—Doeg th*. one I lov?
Care anything for me and why
doesn't he ask to take me places?
Ans: He doesn’t care enough
for your company to want to
spend an eveavng with you.
iDon’t pine away your time
thinking of this party but get
m*t and enjoy t>te friendship
of other boys After all you
ar6 NOT IN LOVE and won’t
be foi- quite some tire.
E. M. G—Tell me if my mother
is going to take me home before
school is out? I am very anxious
to complete this grade and feel eo
worried for she might take me
homo and my stepfather and I
don’t get along.
Ans: Study very hard and
show a good record, and in the
meantime try to get an after
noon job looking after child
ren and doing something that
will pay you a little extra
money during the week To
help pay your way through
Open For Business
UNITED CAB CO.
2303 North 24th JA 7171
Prompt, Courteous Serbice
Plaice our name on your file
and use the safe way of traus
CHESLEY PIERCE, Prop.
North 24th Street
1807 No. 24th St. WE 4240
Have your old shoes made to
look and wear like new.
Our invisible resoling is ji st
what you need to keep yc ur
feet nice and warm.
Men’s and Women's s3ioes
left over for sale.
2423 N 24th St.
Drinks Of All Kinds
At Moderate Prices
Special Courtesy to Ladies
Direct Wire on
All Sporting Events
school will make your mother
want to see you have your
S. C. C—Can I defend on get
ting a better position anytime in
the near future?
Ans: Yea, before the end of
the year you will be on a bet
ter job. The best thing in the
world for you to do is decide
on the type of work you like
best and put your whole time
and thoughts on improving
yourself along thc chosen line
To do so will enable you to
make a good salary.
N. A J—I am anxious to make
a change and go away about the
first of the month. Tell me if I
should or not?
Ans: What on earth will
you do with the children if you
carry out your plans to leave?
There is someone else be
sides yourself to be considered
and arrangements must be
made for them before you can
tlvnk of your own pleasures
I doubt if you will leave.
M. H. S—Will I ever get the
thing I wish for most in life?
Ans: Indeed you will, and
oh! what a chubby little fellow
it will be
M. H.—What) does my ex-boy
friend think of me and are all boys
Ans: You and this ex-boy
friend have come to the part
ing of the ways. Certainly not
all boys are not like him
They take only the liberties
that they feel that they can
get away with.
M. W.—My husband and I are
living with his mother and she is
disagreeable. Do you think we •
should move to ourselves ?
Ans: Swallow your pride and
make your mother-in law love
you- At this time it would be
quite impossible for your hus
band and you to move out as
he doesn’t have the money to
support you like you would
expect. Just as soon as he gets
a better paying job he will
want a home, of his own.
2.306 No. 211h St. WE 1711
WHY NOT j
Get those home appliances at
the Omaha Outfitting Co. Pay
£s your are paid. Weekly or
AT 5652 2420 Lake
1402 No. 24th St.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
2 year old 90 proof Whiskey
8c SHIRTS 8c
When Finished Out of Any Family Service
EMERSON LAUNDRY i
ZORIC DRY CLEANERS
2324 No. 24th St_WE 1029
METROPOLITAN C’lli Ri H
Rev- H. W John.-o.i, Pastor
Sister Cason. Reporter
Jesus is the light of the world
Sunday found the l'ght of God
shining forth in the heart of His
children, all seemed to be in one
accord Sunday school opt tied at
its usual time and found many
smiling faces of adults as well as
children. The lesson- ‘God 'Require*
Social Jlstice,, was a wonderful
hsson Mothers send your ch id on :
out that they may be on the Easter
Morning service was a reminder
of the day of penhocost, when the
Lord sent the Holy Ghost in the
upper room upon His children j
Tho spirit was really upon th? |
Lord's servants. After the healing
service, there was prayer led by \
Sis Johnson. The sermon was de
livered by Rev. A J Thomas of!
Kansas City Subject was, ‘Conse
crated llsarts.’ It was a wonderful- j
ly delivered sermon
A-fter the sermon, there were rP
maks by Rtv Caldwell.
The Bible lesson in the Union
was very stq ngthening It was
food for thought. Each group had
a wonderful time explaining their
lesson The public is ir.vited to
come out and learn more about
the Lord and we also desire for
you to ^joy the progiams.
Evening service was a very up
lifting one Special numbers re
quested by the pastor wrate sung
und°r the direction of Sis. K Riley
The ml ssage by Rev Thomas of
Kansas City, who i® in charge until
the pastor recovery, was very en
couraging. There was also a sp.cial
solo tby Sis Crumbly. Also a few
spiritual massages by Rev Thomas
Wednesday night their ' will be a
fire scaonce under the direction of
R> v Thomas if the Lord sees fit.
Everyone is welcomed to the ser
Friday night, by the pastor and
choir of Pleasant Gr-‘en Everyone
was happy to hear of the pastor
feeling better and wishes him a
spq"dy recovery. Anyone wishing
prayer or desire to go to a prayer’
service. S;s Johnson i sconducting
them nv) ry day from 12 until ?t
She would enjoy having you out.
Twen+y - seventh and Burdette
You are always welcome at our
church. Come, bring your fam:lv
and friend and make yourself at
Now is the time to travel and save
money. Fares are extremely low
and round trip tickets mean further
savings. Coaches are warm and well
ventilated. Baggage stored inside
—always handy. Free pillows. Ask
agent for low fares to all points.
Cheyenne . $9.00
Chicago . 8.50
Denver . 9.00
Kansas City . 2-95
Los Angeles .„. 23.00
San Francisco . 24.00
1416 Douglas at 15th St.
Ph. ATIantic 2300
Johnson Drug Co.
Liquors, Wines and Beer
WE 0998 1904 No. 24th SL
2 year old Whiskey
90 proof, pint-*
24th and Patrick JA 9255
paradise baptist church
Kev. I, It Hervey, Pastor
Sunday school was called to
order by the superintendent with
a good attendance
At 11 a. m, th(- pastor brought
to u.s a wonderful message Sub.. |
Man's Shameful Fall.' Text Exen ]
3:P Deacon Wilson wh« has been
on the sick list for the past seven
weeks, was able to be out and wor
ship with us.
At 3 p m., the Union mass meet
ing met at Paradise Baptist church
It was a wonderful gathering. Tin
program was carried out. Mrs
Minnie Bryant of Salem Baptist
church stirred every soul. Mr
Willis’ of St John Baptist church
was the principal speaker We that
know him and haw heard him '
always strive to hear him again. -
Each church had a representative
Also our state president of the
New Era Mrs. C Haynes
BYPU at 6 p nr, was enjoyed
by all. Miss Rebecca Ashley and
brothers were visitors Next Sun
day the men will have charge of
At 8 o’clock praye rservice was
led by Deacons Johnson and Paul
ine Aftor which thei pastor
brought to us anoth r inspiring
message from Luke 15:17. Subject,
‘He Come to Himself-’ We had
expressions from visitors.
Visiting ministers were Revs
LaFalls and McCrary. If you have
not heard Rev Hervey, come to
Mission Circle meets every Mon.
day at 8 p m. Bible study Thurs
day even’ng at 8 o'clock. Everyone
Atty. H. C. Robertson. Room 718
Keeline Bldg, at 17 and Harney St.
In tl»e matter of the estate of
Theodore Scott Simpson, deceased.
Notice is hereby given: that the
creditors of said deceased will
meet the administratrix with will
annexed of said estate before me.
County Judge of Douglas County,
Nebraska, at the County Court
Room, in said County, on the 2nd
day of May 1938 and on the 2nd
day of July 1938 at 9 o'clock A
M., each day, for the purpose of
piesenting their claims for examin
ation, adjustment and allowance.
Three months are allowed for the
creditors to present their claims
from the 2nd day of April 1938
12 19 26
MT NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev J G Gates, pastor
Helen Bradshaw, reporter
The Sunday School opened at
th ■ usual time ar,<l the lesson was
‘.Fo ding The Hungry" found in
Mark 6:30-44 Golden text ‘ Give ye
them to eat” Maj-k 6:37 The in
tcrni diate class was taught by
Lev It R Lane who taught an in
tvesting lesson The sermon was
delivered by Rev I-one also, and
his subject Leing found in the 10th
chapter of Jeremiah and the 16th
verst Tlie sermon wna very uplift
ing and spiritualistic
The BYPU was very interesting,
the subject whs "The Works of the
Church ” ^
R v Renfrew preacher Sunday
night, and his subject was /Unrea
sonable Thomas", found in the 20th
chaptler of St John, the 24th and
26th verse All enjoyed the evening
services immensly There will be a
Pew rally text Sunday March 20,
sponsored by the Mission Circle j
Rev J P Mosley and his congre-i
gation will be present! and all are
invited to attend
Apartment for relit, newly decora
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modern five room furnished
hr.use Call WEbtsor 3146
Colored young man for Commercial
posing Athletic build, good pro
file necessary Write, giving details
and snapshot Omaha Guide, Box
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Legion sponsors a dance on i
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New Store, All New
24th & Seward WE 1613
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!1M inf nrinin urianttiimi hi ill in am ami hi in hi iitiM in ■
One furnished jonm in a modern
home at 2825 No. 25th St. Call
3 room Apt. Bills paid. JA 0986.
FOR RENT—Love's Kitchenette
Apartments, 2616-18 PatncK, oi
2613 Grant st. Call We. 5653.
Furnished Rooms WE 2303.
Neatly furnished rooms strickly
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Apartment for pent AT 9320.
Apartment for rent 2502 Burdette.
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Two furnished rooms WE 3738
A conbination living room and bed
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