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W. S-—Have been married to
this man for 8 years and we nev
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my Ifcither and we just can’t get
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Ans: When this season is over
.... Both you and your husband
should go into the city and find
work. You aren’t satisfied work
ing for your father for both of
pou feel you do not get a fair
leal. This seems to be the chief
obstacle before you right now
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D .W.—I’m a young man been
joing with a girl 4 years with
vhom I am very much in love.
Yould it be wise for me to ask
ler to marry me as she has just
darted acting a little strange?
Ans: Sure she has, and who
wouldn’t after four years of con
stant waiting and playing fair to
>ne man. If you expect to get
his gal you had better pop the
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and find her another beau. Four
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C. E- B.—I am writing to ask
you if it would be well for me to
work thru this winter?
Ans: That depends on wheth
er you intend to go to school and
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cation should come first. If you
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py since I have been married to
this man I don’t love him and don’t
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regardless o must I leave?
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for a few weeks During this
time you will be able to clear your
imind and decide one way or the
other just what you want to do.
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Ans: Well your whole difficul
ty seems that you never complet
ed any of the courses you took up
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fied in any of these seven profes
»ions. However the training has
been wonderful for you- These
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and electrical engineering, and
you must search for work in bus
inesses where you can exercise
your knowledge. A trade is es
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to work and learn to become an
expert in one line of endeavor.
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drawback thus far in life.
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told me that he was going to
marry me sure- Instead he hopped
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By Frances Lee Barton —
THERE is joy in the family
when grandmother bakes
Delectable morsels — pies, pudding
. or cakes.
— with sugar
Are fit for a
P r e s i dent’s
wife or a
Crusty Sugar Biscuits
2 cups sifted cake flour; 2
teaspoons double - acting baking
powder; *4 teaspoon salt; 2 tea
spoons sugar; 6 tablespoons butter
or other shortening; ^ cup milk;
5 tablespoons butter; y3 cup light
brown sugar, firmly packed.
Sift flour once, measure, add
baking powder, salt, and sugar, and
sift again. Cut in shortening. Add
milk all at once and stir carefully
until all flour is dampened. Then
stir vigorously until mixture forms
a soft dough and follows spoon
around bowl. Turn out on slightly
floured board and knead 30 seconds.
Roll *4 inch thick and cut with
floured, 1% inch biscuit cutter.
Place Va inch apart on ungreased
baking sheet and bake in hot oven
(425° F.) 12 to 15 minutes. Cream
butter and brown sugar together.
Split hot biscuits and spread sugar
mixture between halves, using 1
teaspoon to a biscuit, or spread *4
teaspoon between halves and %
teaspoon on top. Return to oven
and heat 2 minutes. Serve hot.
Makes about 3 dozen biscuits.
H Creams For ^
— By Frances Lee Barton ——
DO you want something out o<
the ordinary for your next
’‘company” dessert? Here is »'
new recipe for
roon cream that
I am sure will
Follow the di
fully and the
result will be a
Chocolate Macaroon Cream
2 squares unsweetened chocolate;
1*A cups milk; ^ cup sugar; %
teaspoon salt; 1 tablespoon granu
lated gelatin; *4 cup cold water;
2 egg whites; 4 tablespoons sugar;
1 teaspoon vanilla; teaspoon
almond extract; 1 cup cream,
whipped; % cup fine dry macaroon
Add chocolate to milk and heat
over low flame, stirring constantly.
When chocolate is melted, beat
with rotary egg beater until blend
ed. Add y3 cup sugar and salt, and
bring to a boil. Cook gently 2
minutes. Remove from fire. Soak
gelatin in cold water 5 minutes;
add to chocolate mixture and stir
until gelatin is dissolved. Strain.
Chill until slightly thickened. Beat
egg whites until foamy throughout;
add 4 tablespoons sugar gradually,
beating after each addition until
sugar is blended. Then continue
beating until mixture will stand in
peaks. Acid vanilla and almond ex
tract. Fold into whipped cream.
Then fold in chocolate mixture;
add macaroons. Turn into mold.
Chill until firm. Unmold. Serves
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up and married another woman
Ans: He didn’t love you. He
succeeded in making a monkey out
Of you and that is all that he want
ed to do in the first place- Prof
it by this experience and in the
future don’t be too willing to ac
cept promises from fellow's. Do
the very' best you can for your
youngster and encourage nice boys
-you need to find a father for
E- M. W—Why doesn’t my hus
band write to me? I am so anx
Ans: He knows if he whites he
will be expected to send money
and that would go against the
grain terribly with him right now
Stop w-orrying about him and get
a job and go to work as he won’t
be sending home any money, right
(by H. W. SMITH)
The Omaha Club continues out
in front and will always be at the
top with such waiters as Mr.
Blackwell, headwaiter, and Mr
-Jones assistant. Mr. Charles Solo
mon. Mr. Frank Buford, Mr. Dave
Morrison. Mr. Shobe and Mr. Car!
Bone, with the rapid modern serv
ice they give and very pleasant
way of approaching the members
and thjeir friends makes them all
very well thought of. Wake up
and take notice boys.
We had a pleasant visit with
Mr. John Evans of the Rome Ho
tel. He always know^ how to take
and when to talk, and what to
talk about and it is always a pleas 1
ure to converse with him, as he is
from the School of N. Y. waiters
who are always out in front- So
hats off to Mr- Evans.
The Athletic club con/tinues to
move forward and Mr. Ed Lee
and his very good force of well
trained waiters and captains, Mr.
Buford and Mr. Bill Sones ar\d Mr.
Lewis, Mr. Davis. Mr- McFarland.
Mr. Fisher, Mr. Hopkins, Mr.
Wheatley, and Mr. Rapid Fire
Brooks and Mr. Ed Craig, Mr.
Phillips, Mr. Joe Newt can shift
gears and step on the gas.
The Fontenelle Hotel continues
to be tops with ijhie entertainment
in the Bomboy and Black Mirror
Room with Mr. Clinton Craig out
in front and the waiters going
places and doing things to keep
the service improved- Alright
boys, keep up full of steam and
shoot straight with careful aim on
The Paxton hotel head waiter,
Mr. Corbert will very soon be us
ing airplanes as we don’t see him
on 24th St. Oh, by the way. it is
vacation time, and perhaps he is
in N. Y. or Atlantic City. Will
Mr. Leonard Owens or Mr- Theo.
Thomas, or Mr. Pierson tell us
where he is as race horses some
time attract attention.
Mr. Simon Harold and Mr. Jack
White, let us look at the new book
on Modern Service. We do not
see Mr. Chester Hodges very often
and we know the Happy Hollow
Club is in the A. Clubs, and will
always be a sure winner. Go on
up boys, as your experience has
moved you forward.
Mr. James Richardson the up to
date head waiter at the Field club
with Mr. Johnny Maloy who grad
uated from the Arkansas State
College and Mr- Harry Frazier
who is up from Denver, Colo, and
j Portland. Oregon and Mo Than
Lucas can look at a race horse and
tell just hou' fast he cian run and
Mr. Earl always gives good sup
port and undivided attention.
Mr. Johnnie Flemings and Mr.
Lambert of the Country Club are
moving forward on speed and
quick movements and Mr. Kenne
dy always uses good judgement in
trying to please the members.
Mr. Gabby Watson of the High
land Club and Mr. Berry the lock
er room allaround man are wide a
wake and up and going at all tim
es and both of them can make
change for the slot machine play
ers, mix drinks, answer questions
all at the same time, and the
members are always well pleased
when they are on the job.
Mr. Macklin and Mr. Shelton
Harold and Mr. Brown and humble
servant always uses a quick step
to keep in sight of them and Miss
Nadine can arrange tables for
dominoes in double quick time, fo
let’s all keep the service out in
Mr. Joe Alls says waiters
should be well paid as they do not
get cut rates on living expenses
and Mr. King Alls likes to read
the waiters’ column.
Now let’s all use some thoughts
on subscribing for the Omaha
Guide and get all the news. Pat
ronize the firms that carry ads in
it, and do you know that the plat
form of the Guide is a credit to
the Colored race.
The NAACP. will thank you for
a membership and Mr. Arthur B
McCaw should have good support
from all the colored people in 0
maha Nw let’s all pull together
and have a membership of 1.000.
CATHOLIC GROUP EXHIBITS
WORK OF BARTHE
New York, July 28 (ANP) —A
three week exlpbit of works of
Barthe was held at the DePores
Interracial center of the Catholic
Interracial council. It finished on
The works on exhibition include
Katherine Cornell, as Juliet, Mau
rice Evans as Richard II, St. Johns
the Baptist, Rose McClendon as
Serena, Stevedore, Julius Black
berry Woman, Vincenzio Faun,
African head, Shilluk Warrior,
Blanche, Choral. Gypsy Rose Lee.
Boxer and African Torso.
Mr. Barthe has been awarded a
Guggenheim fellowship and will
move to southern California some
time next month where he will be
able to do a great deial of work
out of doors. Originals and re
productions of his work are now in
several European galleries and
private colllections. His bronze
bust of John Gielgud as Hamlet
wtas placed on permanent exhib
ition in the New theatre in Lon
don. The Whitney museum in N
York is among other institutions
who have exhibited his work.
Among Mr. Barthie’s works show
jng Negro subjects is one called,
“The Mother” which is reminis
cent of Michelangelo’s Pieta in St.
Peter’s in Rome. Notable for its
restraint it shows a Negro mother
at the instant thje body of her
lynched son is placed in her amis.
The dead youth rests across her
lap in something of the pose which
the figure of Christ rests against
Mary in Michelangelo’s work- ‘The
Mother” was selected for the New
York World’s fair exhibition of
Mr. Barthe is now at work on
a 14 foot bronze figure of a Negro
spiritual singer which will form
part of the James Weldon Johnson
memorial to be placed in New
York City at Central park near
110th street, the southern bound
ary of New York’s Harlem.
LAUNCH MAGAZINE “THE
Chicago. July 28 (ANP> —“The
Negro Musician,” a magazine de
voted to the interests of musicians
everywhere, made its appearance
here this week. The magazine’s
sponsors dec’iared that the public
ation would strive for“ the gener
al uplift of all phases of musical
activity and in the allied arts.”
Among those associated with
publisher Herman Billingsly, an
Chanticleer in All His Magnificence
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Long-tailed roosters, like that above, one of the rare birds of the world,
whose flowing tail measures ten feet or more, are the pride of Tosa
Prefecture in Japan. That fellow preening himself recently wai exhib
ited with others in Tokyo.
active officer in the National Ne
gro Musicians association, is Grace
W. Thompkins, coach, accompan
st. public school teacher, author
and critic Constance Jane Hi,nton
speecfi specialist, d^ama recital
ist and authority on charm, poise
and personality; Walter E- Goss
ette, nationally known organist;
Blanche Smith Walton, teacher,
conductor; James A. Mtindy, fam
ed conductor and Elmur A. Simp
son, president of the R. Nathaniel
Dett Club. The magazine will is
sue every two weeks.
In The District Court Douglas
Addie J. Alien, Plaintiff,
John H. Allen, Defendant.
TO JOHN H. ALLEN, who is a
non-resident of the State of Ne
braska and whose whereabouts are
unknown and service of summons
cannot be made upon him outside
the state of Nebraska, DEFEND
You are hereby notified that on
the 31st day of March 1941 Addie
J. Allen as plaintiff, filed her pet
ition against you in the District
Court, Douglas county, Nebraska,
Docket 358 Page 187. the object
and prayer of which are to obtain
a divorce from you on the ground
You are required to answer said
petition on or before the 25th day
of August, 1941, or the allegations
thereof will be taken as true.
Addie J. Allen, Plaintiff.
4times begin July 19 end 9th Aug.
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