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THE OMAHA GUIDE
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
Published Every Saturday at 2418-20 Grant St
PHONE WBbster 1517
Entered as Seccnd Class Matter Match 15, 1927, at
the Post Office at Omaha, Nebraska, under Act of
Congress of March 8, 1879.
H. J. Ford, Z Z Z Pres.
Mrs. Flurna Cooper, — — Vice Pies,
C. C. Galloway, — Publisher and Acting Editor
Boyd V. Galloway, -- Sec’y and Treas.
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g) R. B.—I am interested in buy
ing a home but for some reason I
feel afraid to take a chance. Would
it be a good thing for me to do or
Ans: I feel that it wbuld be
the best thing for you. You have
the down payment—you must pay
rent anyway and you might as well
be paying on a place that will
eventually be your own. Buying
a home would be a wise invest
L. E. J.—Does this boy love me
like he says he does and will I be
able to go with him?
Ans: This young fellow who
called you on the phone was sin
cere in wanting to meet yyu
but you didn’t go over so big when
he met you face to face. There
is no object in your day dreaming
about this fellow any longer, the
game is over.
M. B. S.—Will my husband and
I ever go back together again?
Ans: Not unless it is done
| within the next six months. If
[ Ihe remains away that long—you
will be interested in someone else
and will consider marriage again.
P. G.—Where did my daughter
go on Monday and did not return
until Tuesday night?
Ans: She was with a close
fyijend—but yoit have a ri|iht to
worry and demand an explanation
_no girl her age should go off
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A. A. W.—I am a freshman
here in college at my home town.
My father promisid to send me to
Hampton Institute, Vr., but I was
disappointed, and can’t seem to
get interested in my studies. Will
‘L3 give his consent to my goimg
to New York?
Ans: Never. Don’t you real
ize that your father is straining
himself to educate yo/u. It hurt
him just as bad as it did you
when he found he couldn’t send
you to Hampton—but the college
there is better than no training at
all. Give up the New York idea
and begin studying—you certainly
are ungrateful to throw away the
best opportunity of your entire
life. The plan that you have to
become a tailor in New York will
not hold water—there is no money
to be had in tlhiis line. Fin.sh
your college work and prepare
yourself for a chosen field.
N. L. S.—I am with a man and
I am going to leave him. He lies
to me and I know it and I feel
that I can do better.
Ans: Youre the judge sister—
leave him if that is what you want
to do. Working as hard as you
are having to do now you should
be able to get the benefit of your
money. Choose your next mate
with great care.
Worried. This man asks for a
date and then stands me up. Please
tell me what is wrong?
Ans: HE’S MARRIED and he
can’t always l>'et out on time to
meet you. Leave fjhis fellow alone
for he loves his wife more than he
wjould ever care far you and is
trying to fool you.—
E. H. W.—My husband had a
good job and on account of an un
paid bill he was fired. Will he get
Ans: Yes, he will get other
work to do. But he had better be
careful and pay up his debts for
another act of this kind will cer
tainly ruin his reputation. Em
ployer’s don’t like to be disturbed
about unpaid bills of their em
ployees. He will find work the
first of December.
C. E F.—I have always wanted
to become a pullman porter and l
want to know if there is a chance
of me getting on? Tell me what
to do to help myself financially?
Ans: Rei’istsr at the employ
ment agency of the Pullman Com
pany and wait for a call. In the
meantime you had (better make a
change of cities so you can make
more money. Where you are
living now you aren’t getting a
head and if you were in a larger
place—you coiuld do better. It is
indicated to me that you will move
some 50 miles or more away from
your present location.
H. B.—Please Sir tell me if the
school teacher here that I have in
mind is telling the truth ?
Ans: I fear that he isn’t— in
fact I hardly see how he could be
telling you the truth under the cir
cumstances. I don’t advise your
giving up the companionship of
your very nice boy friend there
for this teacher, for he won’t ever
mean anything to you.
G- B. C.—Several months ago I
placed my application for work
with a certain company and I wish
to know if I am going to get call
ed or not?
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WE. 4737 /
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Ans: You will—but it will take
another six weeks or so before
they get around to you. It is :n
dicoted to me that you will begin
wtorking for this firm after the
first of the year. Hold to your
present job until you get the call.
A. M. C.—I'm a young girl who
don't care much for boys, but
there is one fellow I like but he
just won’t come to my house. Tell1
Ans: He’s bashful—afraid that
he wjill be teased about you. It
is my suggestion that you get out
and mix with the young folks
more than you do—you can’t have
any fun hanging around the house
waiting for some boy to come by.
* * *
J R. U.—Does the boy I love
care for me? Will things work
out alright for us? You know
what 1 mean.
Ans: Just another one sided af
fair—he likes your company but
he doesn't want it to become a
serious affair between you two.
You kids are too young to be get.
ting serious—wait a few years.
L. J.—'I really love the man I
live w'ith but he will not give up
drinking. Should I marry him
end try to get along?
Ans: If you di<L-~you would,
always regret taking such a step.
His whiskey means more to him
than you ever will and if he can’t
get it—he would be bound to take
the spite out on you. I feel you
should let him slip,out of your life
W. D. P.—I have in mind to go
to Los Angeles and wish to know
if I will do well there? Also tell
me if I get out there will my girl
friend change her mind about me?
Ans:—Yes, you could go to Los
Angeles and get a job immediate
ly in your line—but your problem
would not be solved. The girl
friend who lives there doesn’t
want yout neither does she want
to see you and you would meet
with disappointment on this mat
ter. Altho there is a young iady
in Texas who would be tickled to
death to have you visit her and
she sure would like to take you to
see the preacher too.
SERVICE AWARDS (rIVEN, TO
EMPLOYEES OF NEBRASKA
O- P. Stickney, 813 North Forty
second street, meter engineer und
assistant foreman of the servicing
department and one of eleven Ne
braska Power Company employees
to receive service awards this
month, was given an emerald
studded service pin for thirty
years service with the company.
Mr. Stickney started with the
company in 1910 servicing cont_
ract signs, becoming night fore
man, of the trouble department in
1912, and five years later transfer
red to the meter testing and in_
stallation department. He was
promoted to his present position in
Martin Mortinsen. 2884 St.Mary
Street, general bookkeeper for the
past sixteen years, started as an
office boy twenty-five years ago,
progressing through various; pos
itions in the accounting depart
ment to his present work.
Two twtenty-year employees ie
eeiving service pins were Ernest
C. Petry, 1102 South Fiftieth St.,
first switchboard operator at the
power plant, and Eugene Carlisle.
4406 Harney St., radio interfer
ence engineer of the service de
Edward Francl, 814 Worthing
ton Place, of the accounting de
partment, completed fifteen years
service, and William Jacobsen,
3518 Valley, garage mechanic, and
E. E. Schwalm, 6701 Pacific, sup
ervisor of commercial sales, ten
years. Five-year pins wtere aw
arded to E. W. Garst, 3010 Mason
and Joseph Soucier, Jr,, power
station; Melvin E. Johnson, sales,
man. Weeping Water, and Robert
L. Moore, 1810 Martha St., engin
INFLUENCED MORE BY WHAT
With the exception of their con
tacts with other persons, boys are
more influenced in their chaiac!
ter development by wlmt they
read than by anythin* else. This
was a finding of the Committee
on Youth Outside the Home and
School of a W’hite House Confer
ence on Child Health and Protec
tion several years ago.
The Boy Scouts of America,
which sponsors "Boys’ Life Week"
from Dec. 1 to Dec. 7, recognises
that reading occupies a large
share of a boy’s leisure time and
therefore gives much attention to
Scout leaders recognize that
boys obtain much of their view
point toward life through reading
and the Movement directs its in.
fluence to the end that Boy Scouts
should find their reading habits
A leading tool in the Scout
Movement’s efforts for better
reading is "Boys’ Life," the mon
thly magazine it has published
since 1912 as a non-commercial
enterprise. Designed to meet t.ne
interests of growing boys and to
give them wholesome deading ma
terial the magazine has enjoyedl
the cooperation of some of the
nation’s leading1 writers and art
isj*. Amom> the writers duiing
the early three decades who have
contributed material to the Boy
Scouts' magazine were President
Theodore Roosevelt, Taft and Wil*
son Admiml Robert E. Peery, Dr.
Wilfred T. Grenfell, Admiral Geo
rge Dewey, Dr. William T. Horna
day and Lord Baden-Powell of Gil
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300.000 copies and in appearance,
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ong the leading general magazin
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MODERN PRISCILLA ART
AND STUDY CLUB—
The Ladies of the Modern Pris
cil't* Art and S'.idy Club wish to
thank their many friends who
hi 'ped to make if c Book Review a
fjicess whicn w«,y given by tne
Literary Dept.. It was a financ
This effort was given for me
benefit of our shoe fund. The
Charity department has received
many calls for shoes. Mrs. U. S,
Matthews, Chairman Literary De
partment, Mrs. Frank Johnson,
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