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Thursday is thanksgiving day.
Among the real things to be thank
ful for, I guess- we; (GOTS) had
better be thankful that we are yet
alive. (According to profits!)
GLANCES OVER THE JIVE
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I LET’S THINK
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WE GUARANTEE SAVINGS
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not married to Phercy Roundtree
or anyone else. But when I do
get married, I will send you and
all that are concerned, an invita
tion. If YOU get what I mean.”
A Square Fact
One thing a column writer can’t
do in a small city like Omaha, is
to try to conceal his identity. It
takes less than a month for EV
ERYONE to know who the pore
It’s a hap-hap-happy day again
for Laura Averett because he*’
regular heart-ache, John “Quen
cy” Taylor is back from the army
on a furlough.
Looking at the good looking
girls, really does set an affect on
Jack Hoard’s eyes ,because he is
wearing glasses now and do they
look fine seting upon his nose.
Everyone is wondering what did
Rozella Thomas do for a friend..
those five days David was resting
on the bench.
Onebelle King’s face tells off on
her whenever she is near Wray
mon Billingsley. We can see she
is yet carrying the torch for Wray
This thanksgiving, Doris Irene
Newland, who is in Greensboro,
South Carolina college, will spend
the day eating her favorite menu
.... fixed by her mother in Oma
There seems to be a handsome
out of town Studd here who keeps
M. J.’s life in a whirl! And is he
The Club that had the “seed
corn ball” sale, must have thought
about the idea years ago. Pers
onally, it was the first "seed corn
ball” we had ever tasted. Must
be one of grandmothers receipts.
Helen King said, "no matter
what people say or what Johnny
does”, she will continue that love
Stella Mae Butler really does
look fine with Duffy!
The dance Sunday night was a
fine situation. Th'ere was no
fights and everyone enjoyed them
And we will take time out to
congratulate Mr. Petie Allen and
Mrs. Willa Mae Allen. The form
er Willa Mae Ross.
CAN YOU MATCH THEM???
TRY TO MATCH the right chics
name with the paragraphs.
Answers directly below.
1. Two girls had a fight about
two months ago, now best of
2. Voted three weeks in suc
cession to be the prettiest girl at
Central. Lives on Wirt St.
3. Loves Robert Fontaine al
tho they do not go together now.
She plays on girls’ basketball
team at the U. Lives on 29th St.
4. Wears the most attractive
sports clothes of any girl along
the stomp. Continues to smile.
Lives on Wirt St.
5. Usually on the 7:55 street
car every morning. Wears fine
clothes. Lives on 27th and Corby
. .Goes with E. H.
6. Could be easily called “Mary
had a little lamb” because her dog
follows her frequently. She has
many friends and has good per
7. Goes with H. L. His par
ents came all the way to Omaha
lqst week to see her. She goes to
Tech.... can dance good.... very
1. Clara Anderson.
2. Dorothy Lawson.
3. Joyce Blair.
4. Doris Pittman.
5. Charlote H. and Helen King.
6. Addie Hall.
7. Leota Levison.
This is yore weak to week.
GIRLS ON THE STREETS.
OLD FOLKS HOME
The Old Folk’s Home Annual
Tea and Open House originally
scheduled for November 2nd and
postponed, will be given on Sun
day afternoon December 7th at
the home 933 North 25th St.,
from 4 until 8 p. m.
Admission wil|h refreshments,
will be 15c and all tickets sold
for November 2nd will be honored
on December 7th.
Mrs. Gussie McPherson in
charge of the musical program,
promises a rare treat. Everyone
is cordially invited to attend this
i annual affair, and inspect the
home, which is now filled to cap
acity with happy old people, un
der the splendid care of Mrs. Flor
ence Johnson, Matron.
Come out and help this worthy
institution the only one entirely
owned and operated by our group
in the State of Nebraska.
Mrs. John Albert Williams, Pres
Mrs. Gertrude Craig, Chairman.
Mrs. Helen Guy of Kansas City
Missouri, spent the weekend with
her father and mother, Mr. anl
Mrs. Louis Giles, 2217 North 29th
BRIGGS JUBILEE ENSEMBLE
By this time I am sure that the
general public has become well
acquainted with the "Briggs Jub
ilee Ensemble” by the outstand
ing work they have been doing
during the past few months.
Their splendid work has met
with approval by some of the out
standing music critics of our city
and state; and giving credit where
credit is due, I might state here
that Mr. Paul Briggs ,the dynamic
young leader of these young ait
ists, is an exceptionally qualified
person for his undertaking, donat
ing every moment he can to this
Here is a hope that success shall
soon be his. Kedp up the good
work and continue to strive hard
and I am sure that your efforts
shall not be in vain. Good fort
une to the whole group!
On Sunday November 23, the
North Star Girl Scout troop No.
?dl will hold their Investure Serv
ice from 4:00 to 6:00 at the Urb
an League. The girls to oe in
ly ested ere Betty Thomas, Jeanne
Goode, Jeanne Reidd, Darne’te
Greene. Tessie Edwards, Mercedes
Turner, Vivian Mae Phillips Lynn
Long, Peggy Anderson, and Agnes
Nelson The order of the prog
ram is as follows: The older Gi*l
Scouts will approach the stage
singing the Scout hymn; there will
he a short skit to introduce the
Girl Scout officers and bring out
the serious side of Girl Scu ting.
Mrs. Pearl Hieronymous will pie
sent the First Aid badges to these
that nave earned them. Tne new
girls will then approach the stage
sieging "Lead Kindly Light”,...
each old girl will present i ne of
♦he fins. The girl3 will then sing
the Promise son gand close with
taps. The girls are sending out
invitations to their parents and
friends. Mrs. Saybert C. Hanger,
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Demonstration in Progress Throughout this IVeek
Kilpatrick's Hostess Paatry—Main Floor
Sizes 12 t 20—30 to 38. Size 16 requires
2 yards of 39 inch fabric for skirt, 1 yd.
for sleeves and yoke. 11-2 yards for
midsection, for tricolor; 3 1-4 yards of
39 inch for dress of one color.
I _ 11
Troop leader, Beverly Stams,
The Cosmopolitan Club met with
Mr. and Mrs. King Alls, as host
and hostess, 2232 Lake, Novem
ber 15. The meeting was opened
by the president. A brief Busin
ess discussion was held. All mem
bers were present. The evening
was spent playing cards and danc
ing. A very delicious lunch was
served. The meeting was adjourn
ed to meet with Mr. and Mrs. Ras
mus Burnell, 2501 Corby as host
an dhostess. The chitterlings and
fish supper was very successful.
Members of the club really appre
ciated the customers patronage.
The evening ended by the mem
bers joining in an after party.
Hatie Dunn, President, George
N. B. C. L. LOCAL No. 101
The National Beauty Culturil
League local 101 met a* 1V7 N.
z-Uh St., November '.zth. With a
itrge number pres ••». Tne new
ly elected president Mrs. Hatlie
Moore was in charge. The meet
ing was opened for business. Alter
ah business was transacted the
meeting was the a in f..e hands of
the Vice President Mrs. Vincy
Walker. The club then presented
the former president Mrs. Christ
ine Althouse a lovely gift. Re
freshments were served and all
had a good time. The Club is
planning a tea and hair style re
view some time soon. Watch this
paper for the date. The next
meeting will be November 26th at
2507 North 24th St. All members
I are asked to be present and on
I time. Business of importance.
Mrs. Hattie Moore, President;
Mrs. Flossie Moore, Secy., Mrs.
Wm. Cooper, Reporter.
RED OAK, IOWA NEWS
Mrs. Carson and her son and
Mrs. Grace McGhee and her son
are in Centerville visiting relativ
Mrs. Blackston from Louisiana
.is visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks from Shen
andoah, Iowa were here visiting
friends and relatives.
Mr. Theodore Cooper of Kansas
City, is visiting friends and old
Sunday school .10:00
Church ...... . ..11:00
Evening Services . S:00
Choir practice every Tuesday
Mission Circles Wednesday 8iG0.
j WELL, here we stand before
you with just a few lines to en
tertain you... .pin all of this
lightly but politely.
The Sub-Deb Club will meet at
the home of Miss Bertha Davis,
2530 Grant Saturday afternoon,
November 22, at three o’clock. All
members please be present. Busi
ness of importance and also a new
Keep his name out of this col
umn: A certain Cat told my ass
istant to keep his name out of this
column. So young fellow we will
Listen boys!!! Thirty five shop-1
ping days until Chn^tmast So
keep a little lettuce saved to buy
your fine queen a present. I am
reminding you of this each week,
so that you will have no excuse.
Cutest Girl of the Week:
Miss Georgia Lou May.
Miss Florence James looked
quite Demure in her black hat and
veil. Miss Rozella Thomas look
ed very sophisticated as she came
on strong in her black chiffon
He Takes the Cake:
Mr. Walter Bryant won a cake
at a raffle at the YWCA. Semper
Fidelis Club meeting. That was
just too sweet.
Some people should stick to
minding their own business in
stead of watching to see how fre
quently a certain Chick visits a
Cat-after all she has only vis
ited this Cats house three times
in seven months, and she doesn’t
run after this Cat fS you were
trying to infer.
To Miss Wilhelmenia Thomas,
who was married last week. The
groom should consider himself
My staff and I received a latter
from Miss Gwendolyn Davis, who
is living in Muskogee. Oklahoma,
she said to tell all of you sheiks
and shebas, Hello!
You boys improved in your o'-"1
duct at the dance. We girls wan'
to thank you too.
Glenn Millers program on Mon
day, Tuesday, and Wednesday, ir
hor>c~ of Chesterfield Cigarettes
has finally won tve m-fi 'a o
Omahans. They say they rest on
the nerves more easier and give
them more strength.
See you next week, Take it
Slow. Don’t get Loss Hosses.
—CYCLOPS AND ASST3.
(BY H. W. SMITH)
The Omaha Club continues out
in front with Mr. Blackwell, the
modern headwaiter and Mr. Earl
Jones the wide awake Captain on
the job all the time. Mr. Jones
don’t understand how this writer
obtains so much information about
all the waiters. Will some one
say to him that his efforts of be
ing on time overseeing and help
ing the waiters to please the mem
bers gives us ideas to write the
Mr. John Evans of the Rome
hotel is the right man to be out in
front and the very good support
that Mr. Glenn and Mr. Martin
and the well trained group of ex
tra waiters will always please the
The Cottonwood Room at the
Blackstone Hotel with Mr. Tommy
Wilson and Mr. C. C. Jones and
the well trained crew will take
good care of the guest at all tim
Now boys let’s take time out and
give the Omaha Guide some atten
tion and don’t you think they de
serve a break. It produces cur
rent events and late news and why
not take one years subscription
and get in the running.
The Fontenelle Hotel is tops at
all times with Mr. Underwood and
Mr. Reed helping the boss to keep
the service up to the minute;....
giving the boys good instructions
at all times.
The Paxton hotel is always in
top form in modern service. Mr.
Pierson who is up from Oklahoma
continues to progress as he is with
the Highland Club rooms and he
knows how and what to do at all
times. Mr. Owens, Mr. Andrews,
Mr. Gaiters, Mr. Thomas and
Capt. Brooch and the race hors?,
headwaiter, guide the boys in giv
ing good modem service.
We often wonder about the high
Commerce ad we hope the music
ian headwaiter will not address
this writer as he would a tele
phone. Hello??? and our good
friend Mr. Henry Moore should
try and teach him to say good
morning or good afternoon as Mr
Men, Women! Old at
40,50,60! Get Pep
Feel Years Younger, Full of Vim
Don't blame exhausted, worn-out, run-down feettni
•q your ace. Thousands amaxed at what a little
topping ud with Ostrex will do Contains genera)
tonics often needed after 40—by bodies lacking
V n calcium, phosphorus. Iodine, Vitamin B,. A
V -year-old doctor writes "I took It myeelf. Re
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L feeling peppier and younger this very day
FOR SALE AT ALL GOOD
Chester B- ges always uses those
words and our good friend Capt.
Bums gives this writer a very
pleasant greeting and criticises
also. And the rapid fire chef says
he don't see what anyone would
employ this writer for and then
entertains us with a very nice
bowl of good soup and we have a
pleasant visit and very pleasant
thoughts of Mr. Marchello.... we
shall always give or a glad hand
to him for we are for you for hun
Church of the Living God
Rev. S. K. Nichols, Pastor
Ann livei*, Reporter
Sunday school .9:30
Morning Worship.. .11:00
Bible Band .6:00
Evening Worship .7:30
Wed. Night Service.7 30
Friday Night Women’s Work 7:30
Sunday throughout the day was
splendid. Our pastor preached a
soul stirring sermon. Everyone
enjoyed the services. Evangelist i
Marie Wright made a wonderful
lecture Sunday morning. She has
just returned from the conference.
When leaving the conference she
visited relatives in Detroit. She
also lectured in the Church of the
Living God there. She enjoyed
, her visit very much.
Our pastor's text for Sunday
morning will be “You shall know
the truth and the truth shall make
Sunday nights text will be:—
‘ The Spirit of the Lord God is
Upon Me. Because the Lord hath
annointed me to preach good tid
Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
24th and Ohio Streets
Rev. F. P. Jones, Pastor,
Mrs. W. L. White, Reporter
Sunday school .9:30
BTU.7:00 P. M.
Prayer meeting Wednesday ev
ening 8:00 p. m.
The Pastor preached a very
Soul stirring sermon Sunday mom
ing and night. Rev. F. P. Jones,
returned from a two week trip in
Detroit, Michigan last week.
Church meeting Wednesday for
important business. The Willing
Relief At Last
For Your Cough
Creomulsion relieves promptly be
cause it goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ lexien phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw, tender, in
flamed bronchial mucous mem
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulsion with the un
derstanding you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are
to have your money back.
for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
Workers Club will meet Tuesday
night November 18 at the home of
Mrs. McGee, 2302 Grace St. Mrs.
Winters a deaconess sister is con
fined to her home with illness.
Mrs. Ethel Johnson and Mrs. W.
L. White are still on the sick list.
Everyone always welcome to at
tend Mt. Moriah Church. Mrs. W.
L. .White wishes to thank every
member of the church and friends
for what they have done for her
since she has been sick.
Morning Star Baptist Church
2608 Franklin St.,
Rev. L. W. Anderson, Pastor
Mrs. Vera E. Hopkins, Reporter
Sunday School.. 9:00 A. M.
Morning Worship. .11 A. M.
B. T. U.6 P. M.
Evening Worship_8 P. M.. .
Services was outstanding thru
out the day. Our Pastor preach
ed a wonderful message both mom
ing and night. Mr. James King
united with the Church for a can
didate for Baptism.
Saturday Novermber 22. there
will be a fish dinner at the home
of Mrs. Jones 1915 Charles St..
At the price of 25c. Everyone is
cordially invited. Visitors are al
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