The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, December 18, 1943, CITY EDITION, Page 4, Image 4
LOCAL NOTES LEAVES CITY Omaha, Sunday, Dec. 12th—Mrs. James Fuller who has been here »t the bedside of he rsister, Mrs. Phillip Barge, now on the road to recovery, from her recent iMness, left today for Chicago to visit her two brothers before returning to her home in Youngstown, Ohio. IMPROVING Omaha. .Miss Valerie King is still confined to her bed from the recent operation on her throat. However her condition has im proved considerably. MRS. HICKS ON THE JOB Omaha, Thurs., Dec. 8th—Ms. Esther Hicks, Omaha’s only color ed first aid army nurse, had the opportunity to administer first aid treatment to Commander J. C. Carey of Roosevelt Post No. SO, with her electric vibrator. The treatment left him feeling much rel eved. She hopes to have Vmi back on his job Tuesday. Sunday, Dec. 12th—Mr. Carey is now able to sit up. ON SICK LIST Mrs. Emma Pruett has been sick in bed for the last week with the flu. rtf * 0 0 00e0tf0B0 WIGS ! MADE FROM | HUMAN HAIR ; Reasonably priced, Also many* styles of hair attachments-C Write for. ._ B FREE CATALOGUE I HARLEM HAIR MODES, INC. I 74 WEST 185th ST., DEPT E. I NEW YORK CITY, 27, N. Y. J ^ 0 tS'ttJk j! SINGING TAUGHT BY jj ij THELMA S, POLK. j DIRECTOR ZION BAPTIST CHURCH CHORUS Thelma S. Polk, teacher of Gofl pel Music, has been chosen Pianist Director for the Gospel Chorus at Zion Baptist Church. Mrs. Polk, a native of Chicago,' comes to Omaha very much pre pared in this line of work having served in Union Baptist and a number of other prominent church es in her home town. OPENS STUDIO The Rev. S. K. Nichols, uncle of this fine young woman, has opened for her a studio at 2424 Erskine street, where she will teach Gospel Singing exclusively. For inform ation CALL JA-3229. M. O. G.’s HOLD INSPECTION --- M rs Eva Milsap. president of the Woman’s Auxiliary of the Am erican Legion, has been on the sick list the past week. PROPHET HESS HERE To our surprise we are orv appy to have Prophet Hess rack in the midst of us for a short itay on business. Those who wis l to see him by appointment Call JA 4730, between 10 am. and 6 pm. CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD 1906 North 24th St. Rov. S. K Nichols, pastor. Hi e Marie Oliver reporter. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morr.ing Woi-ship, 11:15 a. m. E ening Wo : hi]). 7:.'10 p. in. Tuesday Night Choir Rehearsal, 7 ‘>9 p. m. Thursday Night Prayer Service, ' rr Sunday throughout the day was grand. The pastor preached an inspiring sermon both morning and night. Su'nday morning in Sunday school we had a large attendance and everyone was getting every thing out of the sermon lesson. The Pastor’s text for Sunday morn ing December 19, will be “Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel." 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Press Photo Service. iiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiimrini2i]i <3mii!iiii3iiaiiiiii<iii!mi!!iii!ii:m;iiP SIDELITES by JULIUS E. HILL iiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiimmHMiiiismmi]!! ONE TRACK MINDS Time—3 pm. the other day. Place—Roosevelt post Headquar ters. Characters: Dr. James, Shorty Glass. Mrs. Hicks, Earl Thomas and me! I stood at the bar, Shorty Glass stood behind it. All was quiet. I was waiting for Shorty to do some thing. He was waiting for me to lay down something for him to do with. Dr. James was in the office. He came out of the office and stood at the foot of the bar. That made two of us standing at the bar—and Shory Glass behind it All was quiet. Dr. James put his hand in his pocket. I took hope—and don’t for the life of me know why. Dr. James took his hand out of his pocket and laid a dime on the ba’\ Wearily, (he’s always tired,) Shorty handed him a bottle of beer then resumed his position befort me with his arms resting on the bar. “Hill,” began James, taking a sip from his bottle, “Now don’t start that Janies!” I interrupted crossly. “Start what?” he asked. “I know just as well what you are thinking about as though you had said it,” I replied. “What Hill?” put in Shorty. Then without allowing me time to answer him went on, “Say Hill, don’t forget this week to tell the public. “Oh so you a;c like that too, eh?” I snarled “Like What?” he asked mystified “Are you nuts?” “No, but I will be if anyone else tries to tell me what to say in this Peek’s Legion Sidelites.” I shot back, just as Earl Thomas en tered. He greeted Us gaily, (not know ing that no one was putting out anything!) then turning t° me said “Don't forget that the OMAHA GUIDE is putting out a Christmas edition this week and yOu should— "And I’m going to without the necessity of every mebmer of the Post reminding me to do so,” I cut him off. He looked at me pu/. , - _ii . -=ni— I r FAYS TO LOOK *> i'. 1,1 MAYO'S BARKER SIM" Ladies and Children’s Work A Specialty 2422 LAKE ST. ==■- ~~H=Z7.-~.E ^ «. ji fi itti tr-tfUfijl,*! gt.fi. I Johnson Drug Co. | £ 2306 North 24th I FREE DELIVERY | $ We. 0998 | |"rABE’s"L' Buffet for Popular Brandt of BEER and LIQUORS ' 2229 Lake Street ' i —Always a place to park - BANISH CLOSET GLOOM WITH BRIGHT ACCESSORIES 1 A clothes closet will radiate with new life when dressed up with these gay accessories. Try using flowered chintz for a closet whose neatness 1 and attractiveness will be the envy of all who see it. Made in matching sets, the garment bags, shoe bags and hat stands will be welcome Christmas gifts. Directions for garment and shoe bags and hat stands may be obtained by sending a stamped, self-addressed envelope to the Needlework Department of this paper, roeclfyipg design S-13-23. CROCHET MAGIC TO LIVEN UP WINTER DRESSES | l—-1 | Black and white is always a smart combination. You’ll find that a basic dress sparkles anew when these crisp white doilies are added at the throat and sleeves. They’re easy to crochet, and lovely in sets of pastel colors trimmed with contrasting velvet bows. Directions for making the doilies may be obtained by sending a stamped, self-addressed envelope to the NeedleWork Department of this paper, specifying de; jn 2601. zled, but before he could say any tnihg Mrs. ‘walkie, talkie’ Esther Hicks breezed in and started a con versation with me as usual. “Hill, I wanted to remind you that in the next issue of the GUIDE you should.. She never got any farther. The look on my face must have fright ened her. But she quickly regain ed her composu’re and asked,_. . “Wliat’s the matter—are you sick?’’ “No, I’m not sick," I growled, Cooperation Complete co-operation is very much in evidence as a WAVE and sailor work together in decorating a Christmas tree. The feminine touch is guaranteed to improve on the ap pearance of the finished product. j! Buy War Stamps & Bonds! j! ! | We regard your trust as sac- ! \ •' red and endeavor to serve as we <! would be served. Our ability to || ! | serve you comes from years of !! '! training and experience. Thomas i! i MINERAL HOME Tel. WE. 2022 *022 LAKE ST. Omaha, Nebr.! t_ I i ############## #<### “But I’m tired of being told what you were going to tell me, James, Thomas and Glass would have told me if I hadn’t stopped them. So to relieve your minds I am going to say it now—just the way I’m going to put it in this week’s Le gion Siedlites. WE WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MERRY CHRISTMAS. Ray L. Williams, Atty. Tu'chman building, 24th and Lake Sts. PROBATE NOTICE Notice by publication on petition for settlement on final administra tion acount. In the County Court of Douglas County, Nebraska, Bk. 50, P. 281, No. 22847. In the matter of the estate of Lizzie Conners, deeased: j All persons interested in said i matter are hereby notified that on | the 23rd day of November, 1943. | W. L. Myers filed a petition in said ! County Court, praying that his fin | al administration account filed j herein be settled and allowed, and j that he be disharg'ed from his i trust as administrator and that a I hearing will be had on said peti tion before said Court on the 22nd | day of December, 1943 and that if you fail to appear before said Court on the said 22nd day of Dec. ember, 1943 at 9 o’lock A. 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