The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, March 18, 1939, City Edition, Page Four, Image 4
AFFAIRS The ^ S-o-oi-e-t-y * W or Id organizations Nervous, Weak. Ankles Swollen! Much nerroueneas is caused by an ex cess of adds and poisons due to func tional Kidney and Bladdar disorder* tch may alao oauee Getting Up l Burning Passage*, Swollen ■*- - --- ('iro|„, Under Byes, fcxoeei Acidity. »g Pains and IHxal nna Hdp roar kidneys purify yoai blood with Orels*. Usually the rery first dues starts helping your kidney* clean out emcoKB add* ana this soon tnay make you feel like new. Cysts* Bud satisfy you completely or money buck It guaranteed. Get Cyste* (slsH-tex) to day. It ooeta only 9c a dose at druggist, aud the guarantee protects you. “I Won 51 O j the Day I Got My Rabbit’s Foot” writes F. T. of Pa. “The PRAY ER you sent me with my RAB BIT'S FOOT has helped me won derfully." say* Mrs. L. C. of Ohio. “Results have been amazing," re ports S. G. of Florida. Letters like these coming from grateful men and women all over the country make me very happy. I sell only as a curio, so it may be coincidence -or ifflie psychological effect, but these people believe 1 have helped them—and I would liko to include YOU too! No matter what your Hard Luck is, Poor Health, No Job, Unlucky in Numbers, Games, Races, etc., In Love, lonely, Worried, or the like—you may bless the day you send for one of my alleged gen uine LUCKY RABBIT'S FEET and the SPECIAL PRAYER for You and Your loved Ones which I en close in every order. Thousands of people say that the -myeterious “LUCKY” POWER of a real IRABBITS FOOT brings Good Fortune and Protection from Harm. Almost every living soul on earth has FAITH in the Trem endous, Mighty, Never-Failing POWER OF PRAYER. If you haven’t tried the combination of these two alleged great POWERS, don't delay. Some people say they may easily Change Your Luck Over wight. So please hurry! Clip this mes sage and mail with only 26c (coin). Please print your name and address clearly. I want to help you if pos sible ss fast as I can. Your sincere Friend LADY HOPE, 272 Post Road, Noroton, Conn. TROJAN CLUB NEWS Father Rums of St. Phillips Episcopal Church is the speaker for the Trojans during Lent. On March 7, Father Slams gave his initial talk before the group At this time, he stressed the differ ence between “religioufl freedom" and "freedom with religion." Tues day nijF t of this week his sub ject was "the Divio? Discontent." In substance. Father Stems said j that relfgi< n is the answer to men’s unre t and the soul wag made for God and it will never find peace except with God. Tho Trojans consider themselves very fortunate in securing auch a proficient speaker. Helena Thomas, Reporter A Party was (riven at the home of Mr. and Mm. Barber1, 2866 Ohio for tihe following, Mr. and Mrs. Ousley of 2618 Benny St., Mr. and Mrs Herman Smith, 2816 Maple St., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall. A very nice time wns had. Cards were played. Mr. Smith and Mrs. Barber took booby prize as usual. ' Mr Sm'th is a Railroad porter. Mrs. Barber is one of Omaha’s prominent matrons. Mrs. Henry Hayden, 4240 Mia mi Street, entertaiied at six o’clock dinner Sunday March 12 in honor Try.,. Herman’s Market First KERMAN FRIEOLANDER PRQni.IJSJOR ! 24th Lake St. WE. 5444 BUT I BOUGHT TIRES ON MY OWN EASY TERMS For years I'd always paid cash. My credit had sever boon established anywhere but I needed new tires at once. Imagine my amassment when they OXd my credit, opened my account and delivered the tires at once. fey fetter let, Heater* er a Redie Tbit fety Way Why not use your credit to buy tires, a radio, battery at heater when it is so easy to opon an account. No ted tape — no delays — no long credit investigations. MONEY DOWN «=ssS5SBSSSSar Vwi i ■ i i jnmj ms111 ri KS H> ^■ngSSBBEBHBI^BESEBiHI^ of her husbands birthday. Tho! present were Mrs. H, J. Kinney, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. V S. Wheatley and Mr. and Mrs. William Downing. A pleasant evening was enjoyed by all. URBAN LEAGUE With three new members to aug ment the City Recreation staff now maintained at the Urban Lea gue, activities there will increase in vigor and number. The three additions, Mrs. Bernice Marshall Mr Rudolph Gerren, and Mr. A1 Abney, will help inagurate sev eral new classes. Among them will bo studies in dramatics for grade school children, needle craft for girls, and woodworking and carv ing for men and women. The game room will be open for players of shuffle-board, ping pong chine?o checkers, badminton and many other inside games. Special classes in garden furniture con struction for adults will be given on Monday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00 P. M. Boy’s handcraft classes are be ginning work on toy yatchs in pre paration for the city-wide racing regatta to be staged in the spring. Edroso Willis has been named the new assistant supervisor at the 23rd and Charles Streets Cen ter. Courses in handcraft and wood working are available at this cen ter. Classes for pre-school child ren are also being hold. For in formation call Jackson 8798. CITY UNION OF THE USHERS AND USHERETTES Well, Howdy, Folks. First, I want to say you missed a treat, when you failed to attend the Cabinet meeting last Sunday at the residence of Mrs Herberts on 28th St. Oh yes. Pleasant Green Ushers came 100 per cent as usual. Our president made some very en teresting talks togather with oth er., who spoke upon different top ics of interest. The president of Pleasant Green Ushers stated in part ‘that in speakng for her group. They are glad to join up with us.” Don't forget the Pew Rally on the 4th Sunday at Cleaves Tem ple. Be sure to get your envelopes from your local president for said date You got what I mwn I hope. We were Very glad to see our secretary Mr. Goobsey at her post last Sunday having been out of the city for the past weeks Bethel Baptist, in South Omaha, where are you. Won’t you come to see us or will we have to come to you? Jack Hall, reporter -ooO— HOLLYWOOO CHARM by Bessie Mas West of the A Mouse School of Bosuty All the latest and most becom ing individual hair styles are the remit, of two world famous hair curls. These two methods of curling are the croquenole curl and the pin curl. Pin curls and croquenoles can be set into rolls, waves, ring lets, and curls Your hair can be styled as desired. Paris, New York and Hollywood women say “Pin Curls.” Have your hair pin curled in the latest styles. Watch Hollywood Charm, and visit your cosmetologists for help ful beauty hints. Ug For delayed or Irregular lyl periods use this Relief Oom fjflj pound. ACTS QUICKLY. IV- Relieves many long stubborn Ml! unnatural delays in two U ■ “ five days without pain or inconvenience. Mrs. L. writes: "I missed 12 weeks, _ after a few doses it started.’ Don’t suffer er be uncertain. Send today for this amaz ing remedy. |8. DR. RON-AL Medicine Co. 7842 N. P., Ogentz Are. PW*- _i GOODWILL SPRING MUSICAL REHEARSALS WELL ATTENDED The Goodwill Spring Musical choirs are showing fine spirit of cooperation in their rehearsals for our great day April 30th. The day set for our 5th annual Musical at Tech High school auditorium, at 2:45 P. M. This one wflj be far better than any one in the past yearg. The massed choirs are making their voices blend very beautifully un der the direction of Rev. J. S. Wil liams and Mrs. Pearl Gibson. The very fine thing about it all is to seo the joy in the rehearsals both on the part of the choirs and those in charge. It is very important that all choirs and members of choirs make all these rehearsals if they expect to sing at the musical. The next rehearsals will be Sun day March 19 at the Hillside about 4:30 P. M. After the NAACP meet ing. Now this is a time for you to unite all your friends of all groups to come and see and hear this very fino seawice. Just think of those you work for and with. If there are those who yet want robes, they should get in touch with L. L. McVay, Phone Web. 0713, because he can tell them about getting robes at a great saving. You may write to the Tho mas A. Peterson Company, 2020 Grand Ave, Kansas City Mo., and they will give you the best price to be given on robes. Do this at once so you may have your robes cn time for the Spring Musical. If you have not gotten your music yet, you should do so at once. If you expect to do your pad to make our music what it should be. Remeber our slogan— “100 per cent Spirit of Solidarity.’* L. L. McVay THIS WEEK IN REU6I0I & THMJ6HT by ROBERT L. MOODY Educating for Democracy There is a general awakening among the thinking people of our counltry. Heretofore, the freedom enjoyed in a democracy has been taken as a matter of course. But “opposition” is a very good teacher though he is a very sever one at times. We have spent much time fighting communistic propaganda and while we are dang this, the opposfto extcrmists were sowing seeds of a destructive nationalism. The Constitution of the United States and the Holy Bible are pro bably the most misinterpreted documents in the world. Since the ratification, there have been dif ferent schools of thought regard ing what the constitution provided for the individual and the state. Our much cherished principle of “freedom” is often abused. Now that such doctrines as Na zism Facism, Communisms and score* of other “ism*” are being spread under the provisions of freedom of speech and we have the task of learning, knowing and spreading the truth. Every true American feels that our form of govemmest (|i. e. representative d mocracy) is the best system un der which one may enjoy life, li berty ,and pursuit of happiness. Like salvation, it is not enough to know these blessings ourselves but it is our duty to educate our fellow-men about the principle of democracy. The public schools are doing much to train our children in de mocracy .Wo have learned the vio lence and unguarded force Is de structive to our purpose but there is a better way. That better way is “Education for Democracy" through speech and press. The beet way to overcome propaganda is with propaganda, AMERICAN*” WEINER SHOP 2509 North 24th Street Best Chili and Beat Hot Doga in tha Waat All Kinda of gandwtehea HOME MADE ICE CREAM "WILDLIFE RESTORATION WEEK ANNOUNCED" (continued from p. 1) of Agriculture through the Prairie States Forestry and also through tho Department of Biological Sur vey, is furnishing these trees and shrubs free to the farmers. Tho game raised in these areas furn ishes the fanner much valuable food during the hunting season. Tho upland game and song birds also kill millions of grasshoppers, cut worms and other insects that cause so much damage to the farmer. Coincident with National Wild life Restoration Week is the sale of Wild life Poster stamps, design ed by the foremost nature artists of America. Stamps sell for one dollar per sheet of 80 stamps and the pro ceeds will bo used for conservation projects both here in the state and j in the administration of the nation al headquarters of the National Wildlife Federation, which spon sors the movement. Comparable to the American ■ Red Cross as an agent of mercy among the afflicted, the Wildlife Federation serves a3 a helping hand to the continent’s wildlife. Only through stamp sales can funds be raised to carry on the fight for posterity. Stamps are being distributed through the state Wildlife Federa tion and through county chairmen and hardware dealers. The first legislative achievement of the fed eration was the drafting and spon sorship of the Pittman-Robertson Act, returning to the states for (Wildlife restoration^ the excise tax funds from the sales of sporting arms and ammunition. Nebraska is among 30 states now cooperating i'n Pittman-Ro bertson projects, the first state projects being the cooperative rearing program scedulei for 25 districts in the state. This newspaper will cooperate in tho restoration of trees, Wildlife and fish in Sebraska. If you wish you can mail us one dollar for a sheet of 80 beautiful sitamps show ing various specie* of trees, fish and wildlife in eight color artwork. We will order these stamps for you from Nebraska Wildlife Feder ation, Lincoln, Nebr.. so that you may do your part in assisting in this great work. --—qoO——— THE BEAUTY BUX I By VERSIE WINSTON of ■ Northside Beauty Shop n| YOUR HAIR AND SCALP Tho more you know about your hair the easier you will find its 1 care, for the care of the hair and scalp is really a very simple mat ter. When you fully understand nature1!? simple laws governing hair growth, you will realize that a healthy scalp and exquisitely soft, glossy hair are within reach of everyone, ** i ' t* • * Every hair begins at the bulb and grows to the surface through the follicle. The hair receives its supply of blood from the tiny cap illaries which lead from the blood stream to the papilla. Tiny nerves also connect the papilla with the nervous structure of the body So you see, the hair is intimately w>n nected with the blood and nerve system of the human body. Tho life of a hair is not more than seven years, after which it falls out and is replaced by a new one. A good many hairs finish their cycle of life each day, and it is perfectly natural for a few of these dead hairs to come out every time you comb your hair. This is also true during a shampoo, for ARTHRITIS ll r** wnnt to trtMy **y *5J£* SiiJSH Ahasantism—Neuritis—Arthritis—Sciatica —Ltfbaio you must lint tot rid of soma of the oM and false beliefs about thml , Road a Book that te informing thousand*— •The Into Hysteria* at Bhs»aan*“ ArthrUU.” In simple words «Wa helpful Book revanla startling, proven tecta that •very sufferer should know 1 The 8th edition it Just off the prma and* tees copy will be mailed without obligation to any sufferer tending their address prompt ly to the author. H. F. Clearwater, Fb- «w 2029-B Street, Hallowell, Maine i come out then. However, you need a number of hairs will usually not worry about this at all. If tho scalp has been given proper care, all of the-e hairs will be replaced by new hairs as Nature intended. 1 osts prove that he hair picks up and holds more dirt in an hour than the entire body dors in a day. Yet most people bathe every day, but was'' their heads every few weeks. Is it any wonder that baldness, falling hair and excessive dandruff are so prevalent? Tho perspiration of the body ei ther evaporates or is, to a great extent, absorbed by our clothes. Tho dead skin sloughed off by the body usually fallsoff or is rubbed off by our clothes. ,But the pers piration coming out of the scalp pores stays on the scalp. The oil coming out of the hair follicles, stays on the scalp. The dried skin sloughed off by the scalp stays on the scalp. All this perspiration, oil, dead skin, dirt and foreign matter form a waxy accumulation which stays on your scalp and in your hair, clogging the follicles and stiffling the growth of the hair. Tho one way to remove this waxy accumulation is to get a good pro fessional shampoo. Some people will tell you that it is harmful to shampoo oftener than once a month, because sham pooing removes the oil from the scalp. Others will tell you that fre quent shampooing injures the hair. These, and many other false ideas havo been widely circulated. How ever, in view of the fact that the hair gdts dirtier than the body, it is easy to see that the ha r must be shampooed frequently, provided ii is shampooed PROPERLY. By PROPER shampooing I mean the complete removal of every particle of the accumulation on the scalp • »h! in tho hair. (Read next week THE DANG ER OP NEGLECTED DAND RUFF). — — 0O0—. Lecture Group Withdraws Patronage of DAR Hall, As Protest in Color Ban Washington, D. C. March 16— Admist applause from the audience Senator Robert M. LaFolIette, Jr. of Wisconsin, announced from the stage of Constitution Hall Tues day, March 7, that no more lec ture8 in the Bronson Cutting Mem- j orial series will be held in the building belongs to the DAR, be cause of the ban on Marian Ander son’s singing there April 9. The last lecture in the 1939 series according to Senator LaFolletote, who is chairman of the committee in charge of the lectures, will be held March 27 in some other hall here. The lectures are made pos sibly by an endowment, establish ed in honor of the late Senator Bronson Cutting, of New Mexico, w'V 4,^ The Very Latest from the Chicago Convention: The New— ‘Tin Curl” WAVE The Same Effect as the Cro quinole without the heated iron. STYLED AS DESIRED Althouse Beauty School 2422 North 22nd Street WEbster 0846 1 Senator LaFollette made the an nouncement just prior to a lecture 1 gri'en by A. A. Berle, assistant ' Sec ret* ary of State. 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Don’t be an EASY MARK and accept a substitute—Ask for Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Cipsules— right from Haarlem in Holland. GET GOLD MEDAL—the original —the genuine. Iaok for the Gold Medal on the box—35 centa. Remember—other symptoms of kidney and bladder troubla may b© backache, puffy eyes, nervousness and leg cramps. Thrifty Service 6 lbs. for 48c 7c EACH ADDITIONAL LB. “6^c ON WEDS.” ALL FLAT WORK BEATIFUL LY IRONED. BATH TOWELS FLUFFY DRIED WEARING APPAREL RETURNED DAMP READY TO IRON. WE GUARANTEE COLORED CLOTHES NOT TO FADE. SHIRTS FINISHED IN THIS SERVICE FOR 10c EACH IF DESIRED. 20% DISCOUNT CASH AND CARRY i Emerson-Saratoga Southwest Corner 24th and Erskine Sts.