The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, January 20, 1945, Page 3, Image 3

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    LOCAL NEWS
COUNCIL OF COLORED
CHURCH WOMEN
TO GIVE MUSICAL TEA
The Council of Colored Church
Women will give a Musical Tea ai
Christ Temple, 26th and Burdette St
ALKA-SELTZER
ptRlGHTBNS
P /2S* MY DAY
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0CCASIONALLY, I wake up in
the morning with a Headache.
It sometimes wears off along the
middle of the forenoon, but I don’t
want to wait that long, so I drink a
glass of. sparkling ALKA-SELTZER.
In just a little while I am feeling a
lot better.
Sometimes the week's ironing tires
me and makes me sore and stiff.
Then it’s ALKA-SELTZER to the
rescue — a tablet or two and a little
rest makes me feel moie like finish
ing the job.
And when I eat “not wisely but
too well,’’ ALKA-SELTZER relieves
the Acid Indigestion that so often
follows.
q Yes, Alka - Seltzer brightens my
day. It brings relief from so many
of my discomforts, that I always
keep it handy.
Why don’t you get a package of
0 ALKA-SELTZER at your drag store
today?
j^arge Package 60*, Small 30*.
1 WEbster 5217 ~
“The Latest Smart
Styles"
Victory
^Beauty
tP Salon
-2118 North 24th St.— 1
Omaha, Nebraska
MRS. CLEONE HARMON.
Proprietress.
*****
j Operators:—
HATTIE JOHNSON, Poro
System,
ROSE ROACIIE,
ETHEL SMITH.
I---——i
I January 26th, 1945 from 12 to 2
Tlie Tea will be following Morn
ing Services which are scheduled to
start at 10 O’clock. The public is
cordially invited to attend. No
Charges for the Tea
Mrs- Cora Haynes. Pres..
Mrs- Estella McAfee, Pub. Chr
FAREWELL.
A host ot relatives ana tnends ga
there at the home of Mrs- Hettie
Marshall’s 3029 Pinkney St.. Sunday
afternoon Jan. 14 for a farewell
dinner party given in honor of Mr.
Val Ratliff, who will be leaving on
Wednesday for Calif. Mr. Ratliff
plans to make his home on the west
coast for the duration
Try This New Amazing
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Balsam and other soothing healing Ingre
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different from anything you ever tried. Get I
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1110 North 24th St. ||
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I Mix Lemon Juice
AT HORSE
k TO RELIEVE
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!WE HAVE SEVERAL VACANCIES InJ
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GET IN TOUCH WITH MR. SHERMAN
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We're glad that in spite of war shortages
you can still get Smith Bros. Cough Drops.
We’ll be gladder still when Victory lets us
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Black or Menthol—still 5C ,
SMITH BROS. COUGH DROPS k
W BLACK OR MENTHOL—3
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CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD
Mottos CWFF.
1906 North 24th Street
Rev. S. K. Nichols, Pastor
Rose Marie Oliver, Reporter
Sunday school .9:45 am.
Morning Service.11:15 am.
Evening Services .7 :30 pm.
Women’s work 8 :00 pm.
We had a wonderful Sunday school
with a large attendance of scholars
present. The contest which our su
pervisor Sister Jennie Lewis had on
for the Children that answered the
most questions- ended Sunday. Thc
children who entered the contest wet*
the following: Otis Oliver, Raymond
Buxton, Shirley Walker, Bobby Hart
Barbara L- Walker, Floretha Olive:
Ruth Walker, Thess Henderson.
There was first and second prize>
and Otis Oliver was the winner ot
the 1st prize. Raymond Buxton was
the winner of the second prize. I:
was very interesting. Sister Lewis
is planning on having another con
test soon- So get yourselves ready
scholars.
We had a timely morning worship
which were also interesting. Oui
pastor made it so plain that every
one could receive a thought
Sunday night we had a grand tim
in the Lord. We had old religious
song service. Then our pastor came
forward with a stirring sermon which
stirred our souls. We had several
visitors present. Visitors are always
welcome to this humble place
Our pastor has selected for his
subject Sunday morning January 21.
1945 will be "The Two Ways”. Sun
day night, "Create in me a clean
heart O’God, renew- a right spirit
within me.” You are invited to
com? and enjoy this grand feast
VISITING HUSBAND.
Mrs. Beatrice Gater is visiting he.
husband Corporal Lerue Gater at
Ogden, Utah.
FIRST MISSION OF THE GOD
SENT LIGHT
“Ye are the Light of the World—
a city that is set on a hill cannot be
hid.”—Matt. 5-14.
We are thanking and praising God
that we are able to carry- on in the
name of Jesus- Sunday morning
services were very uplifting to oui
souls. Our pastor’s text was "look
and live”. Te subject: “The Com
mandments of God are true.” So
many beautiful thoughts were
brought out filling our souls with
love divine- We invite you to come
worship with us. You are always
welcome- Services Sunday evening
Tuesday and Thursday at 8 pm. also
every Sunday morning 12 to 1 ;30 to
2- Divine Union Sunday evening
from 6 to 7 pm. Don’t forget the
Waffle dinner Saturday, Jan. 20th at
2731 Blondo St., Prophet Hess, pa
tor
KNOW YOUR STATE
TRAFFIC LAWS.
How far must the brake pedal bc
pushed own? There should be on;v
a slight cushion—an inch or two-.
before your brakes take hold firmly.
If the pedal can be pushed to witlua
one inch of the floor, look out!
Are the brakes adjusted evenly? If
they pull the car to right or left,
you’re courting trouble—particularly
on slippery pavement or at high
speeds
Can you stop within thirty feet at
20 miles an hour, as the state law re
quires? If you can’t, have those
brakes checked today. In actual
driving, it will take a greater dis
tance because of the time you need to
put your foot on the brake pedal af
ter you see danger.
Watch for next week's traffic law
tip, as it’s smart to be safe.
Nebraska Safety Patrol
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and you feel the need of guidance, and the counsel of an understanding friend
please write. Your problem will be analyzed in the paper free . . . just include a
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ABBE’S 1944 INSPIRATIONAL READING. With each Reading, you will receive
free a personal letter of sound and constructive advice analyzing three (3) ques
tions. Please send a stamped (3c) envelope for your confidential reply, and sign
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ABBE'S NEW V.t>,r, READING*
ARE NOW READY
C. L- E—I am 19 years old anti
have a darling baby boy 3 months
old- I am not married. I love the
father, a G. I., verymuch and I know
tlii he lovts his baby. We live
with his parents who are very kino
to uv 1 don't care for any other boy
and don’t want to make boy friend
1 only want the baby's father. Should
I wait and ope for im to get a div
orce and may marry trie or should l
seek other friends? He has been
separated from his wife a long lime
Ans: In your position as a mother
of this man’s d*Hd there is hardly no
alternative for you other than to re
main with his parents and hope for
the best. He's still a married mai.
and he must secure a divorce before
he can offer you marriage. Beai
this in mind, your conduct while he
is away will largely determine his
attitude toward marrying you when
he returns. I f you can maintain the
good will of his family, it will ccr- j
tainly go a long way in your favoi.
Live a quiet, modest life, helping his
parents in every way that you can as
well as prove to them that you have
the makings of a good wife for their
son
O- M. S.—We have a serious mat
ter confronting us at this time- My
sister is confined in the State hospit
al and her mind just isn't right. My
brother and 1 went down Sunday to
visit her asd she is just about like she
lias been every since she was strick
en. My brother wants to lake her
out and bring her home. Please tell
me what you think is best?
Ans: A decision to take your sis
ter cut of this institution would be a
mistake as it would deprive her oi
the expert professional care she is
receiving- If your sister Is to ever
get well mentally, it will be neces
sary for her to take these prolonged
treatments. You might discuss the
possibility of having your sister home
on a short visit with her doctor at
the state hospital and if he feds that
such a trip would not be detrimental
to her health, then make your plans
accordingly. But. do not remove her
from the hospital altogether
D. M. T.—I have been caring tor
a certain boy ten months. I have
learned to love him dearly and know
there isn’t anything in the world that
will, change my mind about him- Re
cently he came and asked rne to go
to the movies with him. Mother re
fused to let me go. The next day *
girl friend told me she saw him in
the show making love to another
girl Does he love me as much as I
do him?
Ans: The bov is in no position to
know whether he loves you or nor.
He attracts you. it is true, but since
you two have never dated this mut
ual feeling of admiration cannot be
classified as true love. Time will re
veal his thoughts. '
J- L- F.—I am with some people
that I have been working for about
two years. I am down in the base
ment and it isn’t warm enough lor
my babies- I pay $20 per month for
staying down there outside the little
work I do around the house and she
doesn’t pay any salary for what I do
for her. I wish to know if it would
be advisable for me to go to my
husband s autie to live or not ? I am
not satisfied here, You see I can't
work and look after my babies like
I should. If I have someone tc
watch them it wouldn’t be so hard
I want to save my money Advise
me what to do.
Ans: Located as you are condit
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I ions may not be ideal but you do
| have the privacy of a home of you*
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| ery mother feels necessary to her
| well being- Before making a change
I go to your aunt and discuss your
| plans of making a home together
Let her know what you will expect ot
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Touched by
the Hand of
the Dark Visitor..
MRS. AGNES P. BIVENS.
Mrs. Agnes P. Bivens. 75, wile
of Sgt- George E- ivens, died Iasi
Thursday at her home, 2512 Lake
St She is survived by her husbana,
Sgt- George Bivens, daughters. Mrs
Rebecca Evans, Mrs. Helen Eaton
of Omaha, Sister Mrs- Alice Hay
wood, Asbury Park, N- J.
Services were held Wednesday at
2 p. m. from St- John's AME
Church with burial in Forest Lawn.
Myers Funeral Home was in charge.
MRS. FRANCIS RILEY.
Funeral services were held Monday
January 15th at 2 pm. from the
Church of God in Christ 20th and
Erskine street for Mrs. Francis Riley
2020 North 21st St-, age 74 years,
with Elder Watson of the Church of
God in Christ, 24th and Caldwell St-,
officiating
Mother Riley was born in Rock
dale, Texas and a member of Elder
Benson's Church, 25th and Franklin
Street, Omaha.
The spacious auditorium of the
Mother Church was filled with her
friends from both races- She was
survived by her son. Lewis of Oma
ha. daughter, Mrs. Mary Pleasant, of
Detroit, Michigan, also Elder and
Mrs. Green, Omaha and other relativ
es. Burial Mt- Hope. Lewis Mort
uary was in charge.
MRS■ SADIE SCOTT. *
Funeral sedvices for Mrs. Sadie
Scott, 2513 Caldwell St., age 5>
years was held January 10th from
Lewis Mortuary Chapel at 2 pm.
Rev. F- C. Williams of Zion Baptist
Church officiated. Zion Choir with
Mrs- Irene Morton as organist grac
ed the choir loft.
Members of both races assembled
in high esteem for Mrs- Scott. She
is survived by her son. Berna Walk,
father, James Brommell, sister. Mrs.
Opal Black, both of Salisbury, Mo-,
brothers. Clinton. Luther and James
Brommell all of Mobile, Mo. Buriat
Forest Lawn cemetery.
EDWARD J. GROOMES.
Funeral services for Edward J.
Groomes. were held Tuesday at 2 p
m. from Zion Baptist Church with
burial Forest Lawn- Myers Funerai
Home was in charge.
MRS. BLANCHE L- PERRY
Memphis. Tennessee.-—
PERRY—At John Gaston Hospit
al, Thursday, January 4. 1945. at
8:1a pm-, Mrs. Blanche Louvene
Perry, beloved wife of Rev. Howard
w. Perry, daughteh of Mr. Morgan
Sally and Mrs- S- Sally; daughter
in-law of Mr. and Mrs. M. Perrv;
sister of Mrs. Della Jones. Mrs. Han
nah Munger, Mr. James Sally, Mr
Roy Sally of this city- Mrs. Luelta
Craig, and Mr. Booker T. Sally of
Detroit, Mich., Sgt. Willie Morga
Sally. US. Army. Swift, Texas; sis
ter-in-law of Mrs. Ada Cornelius ot
Chicago, 111-, Mrs. Beatrice Hawkins
Mrs. Margaret Scrett, Miss Christo
bell Perry, Mr. West Munger ; niece
of Mrs. Della McGhee and a host ot
other relatives of this city.
Wake at the Saint Peter Baptist
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Church 09 Polk avenue, Sunday Jan
7. 1945. 10 to 12 pm. Funeral serv
ices conducted by Rev. J- M. Madh
son. Rev. L. O. Taylor and Rev- R.
Love, Monday, Jan. 8, 1945, 11 am
from the above named church. Tilt
following pallbearers are requested
to be present at the church at 10 a
m. Active pallbearers: Mrs. Jenetta
Hill. Inez Brooks. Lenora Vortis,
Rose Lee lattimer, Jennie Ma~
Spencer and Maude Wright, Honor
ary pallbearers: Ministers of tin
Baptist Pastors Alliance and the
Deacons of Sain Peter Baptist
Church. Interment in Rose Hill cem
etery. J- O. Patterson Funeral
Home in charge, 2204 Chelsea Ave
nue, H. R- Allen, Mgr.
EDWARD TAYLOR
Funeral services for dward Tay
lor, age 67 years of 2412 Decatur St
were recently held from Pilgrin.
Baptist Church. Rev. F. S. Goodiett
officiating- Survivors, wife, Mr-.
Alma Taylor, brother. Wm- sister,
Mrs- Minnie Matthews of Omaha.
Other relatives, brothers, Thomas,
Mobile, Ala- Robert vergreen.
Ala., Daniel, Detroit, Mich., Gar
ence Cincinnati Ohio. Herbert. S:
Louis, Mo-, Mrs. Maggie Ausby, Mr
Pearl Ferguson both of Evergreen,
Ala-, also Mrs. Lester Carter ana
other relatives. Lewis Mortuary was
in charge. Burial Forest Lawn.
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