The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, November 08, 1947, Page Two, Image 2

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    These are
Men of Honor
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Eyes front. Colors agleam in the November sunlight of this — {
hallowed day. The measured cadence of their marching feet;;; the deep-throated
roar of engines overhead .;; send shivers of pride along your spine.
> jfe- You feel a tiny touch of envy, too. For perhaps you have
? known how it is with them ;;; the glory of serving under your country’s
' flag, the privilege of wearing your country’s uniform.
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Soldiers, Sailors and Air Force men, Marines and Coasf Guardsmei
'•-these are men who are working today to preserve thqt peace for which
Armistice Day stands. Join us in saluting them as they go swinging byi
This message is sponsored
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First Secretary of National Defense
katwYfi!SHINGTON, D. C.-(Soundphoto)—James V. Forrestal, of New York, took the oath as the
nation s first Secretary of National Defense in a ceremony at the Navy Department Left to richt
?e.nneTth C-Royal., Secretary-Designate of the Army; Gen. D. D. Eisenhower, Army Chief of sfaff;
John L. Sullivan, Secretary-Designate of the Navy; Fred M Vinson Fnipf nf it <5 '
Ktairc:padrfini9ter ^rf t°ath;,"W. Stuart Symington, Secretary-Designate of Air Force; James'V. Forre
6tal, Secretary of National Defense; Maj. Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther, Director-Desienate of Joint Staff
Mnder the Joint.Chiefs of.Staff, and Thomas J. Hargrave, Chairman of the Munitions Board.,
HALLOWE'EN DOUGHNUTS
, What the Well-dressed Hallowe'en Table will Wear!
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Cider, sweet with the flavor of fresh-pressed apple
juice; doughnuts, soft and melting to the tongue;
crisp golden brown surface to bite into
This combination is an autumn
favorite with everyone. It is not
only becoming to Hallowe’en, but
it is tops for parties to celebrate
basketball, football or hockey vic
tories. And home-made doughnuts
are the winners, too, when made
this simple, quick way. They’re
Eire ply scrumptious!
HALLOWE’EN DOUGHNUTS
4 egg yolks or 3V2 teaspoons
2 whole eggs bakiig
1 cup sugar powder
% cup tniik 134 teaspoons
ys te&snooa nut:, eg
vanilla % ua/pioa
2 tab!, . poona r .n...nion
Spry 114 to ojons
m cups sifted salt
all-purpose
flour
Beat eggs unf il very light. Boat in
•ugnr graduaJly . .. aijo milk and
waiulla and mix thoroughly . . .
drop in Spry... sift flour, baking
powder, spices and salt. Add one
half of flour to first mixture and
beat until smooth. Add remaining
flour and mix well . . . turn out
on floured board and roll 54-inch
thick. Cut with 254-inch dough
nut cutter. Fry doughnuts and
"holes” until brown in deep hot
Spry (375°F.). Drain on absorbent
paper . . . while doughnuts and
"holes” are warm, place a few at a
time in a bag with spiced granu
lated sugar and shake vigorously.
Arrange in rows on tray and serve
with cider, coffee or milk, ua
2 dozen.
bi-ton to the cheers! Mom’s
doiHri.ru:;s win ns many loud hur
mys as doe* any touchdown! Aad
V iv. i.\’°! V doughnut fries to th*
Fame 'idle, te i. xtuie wwd« and
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face cm the o.iu nii 1
DOUGLAS COUNTY CHAPTER
director of march red
CROSS DRIVE
rl 'y B ^r'’ senior vice-presi
dent and director of the Omaha Na
tional Bank, has been named fund
campmgn chairman of the March,
im drive for the Douglas County
Chapter, American Red Cross.
W. LeRoy Wilcox, chapter chair
man made the announcement at a
Red Cross Boar dof Directors meet
ing Monday, November 3 at the Fon
tenelle Hotel.
A life-long resident of Omaha, Mr.
Millard has been active in civic affairs
for many years. He is on the Board
of Directors of the Red Cross here
He is director of Omaha and Council
Bluffs Street Railway Co., director of
Forest Lawn Cemetery Association,
president of Board of Regents of the
Creighton University and Trustee of
Creighton Hall, and a member of the
finance committee of American Le
gion Post No. 1. He was King Ak
Sar-Ben XLVII I941 and
•z ct sn t
rose to th/ i r a Maor and
rose to tile rank of Lt rv>l k r
discharge in 1945 it e °re ^is
Siis
location in omaha* ANY
Mtge Co. 234« S * ***7
F E w „ * Theater
■ E- Watters Secretary !„
— MARY'S
CHICKEN I, JT
BARBECUED R1 ,1
SOUTHERN FRIED < KEN
“OUR Chicken Dij ire
Something ^o Croi ut.”
ROBERT JONES, Proprietor
JAckson 8946 2722 30th St.
CLASSIFIDED ADS
Get Results
Launderers and Cleaners
EDHOLM & SHERMAN
2401 North 24th St. WE 6055
LYCAN & RANKIN guarantee all of
their furnace repairs. Call ATlantic
5029.
MARY’S CHICKEN HUT, 2722 North
30th Street., JA 8946. Our Chicken
Dinners are something to crow
about. Robert Jones, prop.
NEW AND USED FURNITURE
IDEAL FURNITURE MART
2511-13 North 24th — 24th & Lake St.
WEbster 2224
REAL ESTATE LOANS
\ F. E. WATTERS
234 Brandies Theater Bldg
PHONE JA 3393
FURNISHED ROOMS^FOR RENT—
j AT. 1885.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
DOUGLAS COUNTY, NEBRASKA ;
To: EARLE L RYAN, whose place of
residence is unknown and upon whom
persoal service of summons cannot be
had, defendant: You are hereby noti
fied that o the 24th day of March,
1-47, Lucille L. Ryan, as plaintiff,
filed her petition against you in the
District Court of Douglas County, Ne
braska, Docket 404 Page 185, the ob
ject and prayer of which petition is t<r
obtain an annulment of ureported mar
riage to you on the grounds that the
said purported marriage was null and
void when entered into and is of no
force and effect.
You are required to answer said pet
ition on or before the 8th day of Dec
ember, 1947 or said petition against J
you will beb taken as true.
Lucille Ryan
Plaintiff
By Harold L. Hunt
Her Attorney
Beg. 10-25-47—End. 11-15-47
POLITENESS
Fishing and Hunting Area
Sun Valley, Idaho, borders on a
hunting and fishing area as large
as the entire state of Connecticut
Helps Save Daily
Slice of Bread
t rl
- American housewives can take a |
conservation tip from Gloria Wha-1
len, popular Walter Thornton pin*
I up model, who carefully recloses
the waxed paper wrapper on a loaf i
1 of bread immediately after prepar- !
mg her “between exercise” snack.
Reclosing protects the freshness of i
the loaf, prevents waste, and lends
support to President Truman’s
“Save Food for Europe” program.
One slice of bread saved by each
housewife, says the U. S. Depart
ment of Agriculture, means a na*
tional saving of one million pounds
of bread daily.
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LAKE SHOE SERVICE
Note Is The Time To Get j
Your Shoes Rebuilt!
Quality Material & Guaranteed
Quality Work
2407 Lake Street
■R PRESCRIPTIONS
Free Delivery
Duffy Pharmacy
l —WE-ih<09—
24th & Lake Sts.
hiui.< 11iiimi;iwi mmiiiiHiKiiminiiiNmnMimn
The Waiter’s
Column
BY H. W. SMITH
Regis Hotel and White Horse Inn
waiters going good.
Omaha Club waiters with Capt.
Jones taking very good care of the
service.
Blackstone Hotel waiters quick-step
ping on the service at all times.
Waiters at the Hill Hotel in the
front line on service.
rontenelle Hotel waiters on the up
and go service with a smile.
Are You a Member of the N.A.A.C-P.?
Paxton Hotel headwaiter and crew
improving on the service at all times
R. R. Boy serving on wheels with
a smile at all times.
Waiters Key Club a head iinee at
all times.
We all extend our heartfelt sym
| pathy to the relatives of Mr. Chester
i Hodges as he was a real good fellow
j and always ready to lend a helping
i hand to a fellow brother. May God
i rest his soul in peace.
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Men, Women! Old at
40,50,60! Get Pep
Feel Years Younger, Full of Vim
Do you blame exhausted, worn-out feeling on ageT
Thousands amosecfat what a little pepping up with
kas done. Contains tonic many gt an
60. 60, for body old solely because low In iron*
Black Eagle
Herb Medicine
For Weak Folks
If you suffer with weak back,
Kidney, Bladder Gas, Constipation,
Indigestion, Billiousness, Rundown
IServes, Cramps, Rheumatism, Less of
Womanhood, and Manhood, try this
medicine. Send $2.00 for 8 ounce
bottle. We also ship C. O. D., postage
and money order fee extra.
The Spiritual Health
Genire
121 N. 11 St. Phila., Pa.
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GROSS
JEWELRY &
LOAN CO.
. PHONE JA 4635
formerly at—
24tFTand Erskine
NEW LOCATION
516 North 16th
To the Tavern
Keeper Who
Can’t Say "No!’
If you lack the courage to say
“NO” when customers ask
you to violate the law and the
rules of good conduct, you are
too timid for your own good.
Your fellow citizens will con
demn you as a law violator and
this Committee will not de
fend you in the Court of
Public Opinion. •
The result of educational
work by this Committee has
been highly gratifying. Those
who know — those who pa
tronize the taverns of Nebras
ka—will attest to the fact that
law observance has reached a
high level in this state.
Most tavernkeepers have
learned to say “NO” when
customers ask them to “break
the rules.” The friends of beer
have learned NOT to ask
tavernkeepers to violate their
good conduct pledges.
It is the purpose of this Com
mittee that there shall be con
stant and continued improve
ment.
[NEBRASKA COMMITTEE
United States
Brewers
Foundation
Charles E. Sandall, State Directoi
710 FiiM Nil’i Bank Bldg., Lincoln
Ideal Hog size
Moderately fat hogs, weighing be
tween 1®0 and 240 pounds alive, pro
duce hams, shoulders and sides of
the meet desirable size for curing.
“It Pays To Look JFeH”
MAYO’S BARBER SHOP
Ladies and Children’s Work
A Specialty
2422 Lake Street
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How women and girls
may get wanted relief
from functional periodic pain
, Cardui is a liquid medicine
which many women say haa
brought relief from the cramp—
like agony and nervous strain
of functional periodic distress*
Here’s how it may help:
i m Taken like a tonic, lft
, should stimulate appe- -
-r tite, aid digestion,^ ' ^
thus help build resist- -
ance for the “time” tq
come. -J|
2. Started 3 days before U
“your time”, it should
help relieve pain due -1. t
to purely functional a
i periodic causes. ~ 1
Try Cardui. If it help*
you’ll be glad you did.
CARDUI
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QUICK SERVICE CLEANER
Dry Cleaning—Hat Work' Well Done
CASH — CARRY PICK-UP—DELIVERY
One Day Service Everyday
°r PRESSING DONE
2 Hour Service While You Wait
1837 North 24th Street JAckson 4117
,Why Not
HURRY TO 2229 Lake Street for good
eats; such as Beef Stew, Chili,
Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, etc.
Our Foods Are Real Gone
HURRY BACK CAFE
2229 Lake St JA: 9195
Mrs. Ella Mae Tucker, Supervisor
J. Mason and E. Washington, Props.
iNOUR
EXCHANGE
DEPT 30 USED
LiV iNGRQOM
In a variety of coverings, Davenports and
Chairs, 2 pieces for
22.50 25.00 27.50
And up to 149.00
50 Used
Dinng Room Suites
An especially good showing in oak,
walnut and mahogany priced from
22.50 29.50
And up to 159.50
Orchard & Wilhelm Co;
,, CHRISTMAS CARDS
delect them today at Creeling Card Headquarters
OMAHA STATIONERY CO. 3074)9 So. 17th
Contractor .. j
See Bailey First
SPECIALIZING IN PATCH WORK. PLASTERING <
• BRICKLAYING CHIMNEYS AND CONCRETEING^ <
l
9 RETAINING WALLS •
OFFICE—2209 NO. 22ND S'j ,
—PHONE—AT1154—
We A Once More
T A*’MnERING CURTAINS
* VD OR BRING THEM IN
Edholm & Sherman
NDERERS & DRY CLEANERS—
2*01 North 24th St. . Phone WE-6055
THRIFTY LIQUOR STORE
• WWES, beer, LIQUORS
“We Appreciate Your Trade”
*4th & LAKE AT. 4248
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