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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1948)
24th & Lake Sts.
LAKE SHOE SERVICE [
Note l» The Time To Get '
Your Shoea Rebuiltl
Quality Material & Guaranteed
2407 Lake Street
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| Seasons Greetings jii
J. G. GARAGE
5 2104 North 24th Street $5
| JA. 1850
PAINT AND DECORATE
Phone JA 0725
Let me do your work.
AU work guaranteed.
2631 Grant Street
Men, Women! Old at
40,50,60! Get Pep
Feel Years Younger, Full of Vim
Po you blame exhausted, worn-out feeling on aget
l»t what a llttlepepptnf 25
Ostrax has done- Contains ton lo many need at 40.
Tv. v°<1,T because low lo Iron!
25 SPS-SMSS i*sr
“It Pays To Look Well”
MAYO’S BARBER SHOP
Ladies and Children’s Work
2422 Lake Street
FOR SALE: 40 Dresses. All Kinds.
Sizes from 40 to 50 Many Beautiful
dresser scarfs. 10 to 15 pairs of ladiics
style shoes size 7.
Call at 2435 Blondo St.
FURNISHED ROOMS - - 9
PH PL 2035
! STOKER LIKE NEWS75 .
WE,2440 AFTBR 4,P,N, V
Launderers and Cleaners
EDHOLM & SHERMAN
2401 North 24th St. WE 6055
LYCAN & RANKIN guarantee all of
their furnace repairs. Call ATlantic
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.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
F. E. WATTERS
234 Brandies Theater Bldg
PHONE JA 3393
. PHONE JA 4635
24th and Erskine
516 North 16th
i To Help Another Child ^
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“This used fat it not for you," radio star Jinx Falkenberg explains to i
her young Son, Patrick, “but It may help another child somewhere in j
the world. Kitchen grease sold to meat dealers Is used industrially •
over here, which releases fats and oils for distribution to starving !
n*°p'iln Eur°Pe- Tha* '• why I save every drop of used cooking fa® ■
ajd why our government urges every woman to do the same,” says Jinx! ]
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DELICIOUS DISHES-SO THRIFTY, TOO!
It's specially important not to waste
Erecious food during these days of
igh prices—especially necessary to
have every meal appetizing, deli
cious and digestible.
Here are a couple of nutritious
dishes which are kind to your food
budget—smacking good, besides 1
Fried Fillet Rolls with fl
Zippy Tomato Sauce ®
2 pounds fish 1 tablespoon |
| fillets (floun- water
J der, sole, 1 cup crushed i
haddock) cornflakes or
1*4 teaspoons salt sifted bread
2*4 teaspoons crumbs
papnka Enough Spry for
1 egg, slightly French
beaten with Frying
Cut fish into serving pieces. Coat
fish on both sides with mixture of
salt and paprika, roll up, and fasten
with toothpicks. Dip rolls in beaten
egg, then in cornflakes or crumbs.
■ Fry in hot Spry (375° F.) about V/z
inches deep 4 minutes, or until
I golden brown. Drain on absorbent
paper and sprinkle with salt. Serves
6 to 8. (Spry is economical for frying i
because you can strain it back into '
can to use the next time you fry fish.) :
Zippy Tomato Sauce. Combine in i
saucepan and bring to boil: 1 can <
condensed tomato soup, 2 table- j
spoons Spry, }4 teaspoon salt, dash <
of pepper, dash of cayenne, 2 table- \
spoons chopped chives or onion and
1 tablespoon grated cheese. Cook '
about 1 minute, or until cheese is ■
melted. Add 1 tablespoon lemon ,
juice. Makes 1J4 cups sauce. < j
Jew Fish Bails _ *, ;
2 cups raw pota- V4 tablespoon ^ :
> toes, cut in butter
small pieces % teaspoon
1 cup salt codfish, pepper
shredded 1 egg, beaten J
Put potatoes in deep saucepan; cover I
with cold water; add fish and boil ;
until potatoes are tender. Remove j
from fire and drain well. Add butter ;
and pepper. Beat well with fork, i
Add egg. Cool. J
Drop by tablespoons into hot !
Spry (375° F.) about inches deep \
and fry until golden brown. Drain I
on absorbent paper and serve inane- '
diately. Serves 6. I
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Double Barrel Attraction Clicks
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Maestro Luis Russell, Apollo recording artist, and Illinois Jacquet, whose exciting
r saxaphone numbers are listed among Apollo Records best sellers, are both pictured hert
between shows at the Royal Theatre in Baltimore, Maryland, where the 1280 Jive wm
being "put down.”
The double-barrel attraction (plus, of course, Lee Richardson, the Smith Sisters, and
the comedy team Harris and Moore) were a smash success at the box office.
Apollo Records feature Jacquet's rhythms and the celebrated Luis Rusell Orchestra
along with other outstanding sepia artists.
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Gypsies Named by English
Gypsies received their name from
the English, in whose country they
appeared at the beginriing of the
16th century. It was believed that
they came from Egypt.
Home Demonstration Start
The home demonstration program
in the United States began with
passage of the Smith-Lever act in
‘Mum’s the Word’
“Mum's the word” commemo
rates Christian Mummer, an Eng
lish brewer of the 15th century, who
swore his employees to secrecy on
the formula of his ale.
Farm Value Up
Economists note that farm values
are now 92 per cent higher than be
fore the war. In many states, val
ues are above the 1920 peaks.
EAST WING APPAREL
r* Fall and Winter .
Originally $14.95 and $17.95. Mostly (I* /
Rayon Crepes in black and colors. f/J § f/
Originally $19.95 to $29.95. Rayon &
Crepess in black, colors. A few wools. fb / tj
Formals Reduced to
Formerly $17.95 to " mb I 11
$19.95, sizes 10 to 16. '
Some are ballerinas. ^ Y £** 1
All new styles ..Q (MCI
Small group $59.95, $69.95 fo- C*/I A
trim coats .... pb^*~a~
East Wing Apparel—Second Floor
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