The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, February 21, 1948, Image 4
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" CLASSIF1DED ADS For Sale 4 Room House, barn, chicken house, 100 fruit trees, 3 kinds, > berries; Close “Shalimir Club “Must be sold Qickly” PI. 9388 “SORES” 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. REAL ESTATE LOANS F. E. WATTERS 234 Brandies Theater Bldg PHONE JA 3393 GROSS JEWELRY & LOAN CO. . PHONE JA 4635 formerly at— 24th and Erskine NEW LOCATION 516 North 16th Cornwallis Not There Cornwallis did not personally de liver his sword to Washington at Yorktown—and Washington sent a substitute to receive it. » - - — T*.. ------_ ii tenantfo l*o6 you* 6e4tT \ nttfi, natural hair attachments ON AG AIN-OFF AGAIN Hair Do’s—to meet afl o«oii<wa~| . PAG* BOY $3.00 NATURAL BRAID $4.50 f YOU CAM HA VE YOUR HAIR PERFECTLY MATCHED Latest Creations Easily Attached Human Hair— chignon All Shades $5.50, SEND NO MONET Just send sample of your hair OR STATE THE COLOR ^^R»yPo»*man^ul^Arno*m^onD«llv«^^ JESSIE KARE BEAUTT PRODUCTS 507 FIFTH AVL (Room 90S) NEW YORK 17, N. Y„ Dept. A CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY El □ □ First Call! for the 1948 SUMMER SESSION June 14—August 7 □ Q Q Graduate and Undergradute Courses □ a a For Information write • THE REGISTRAR Creighton University, 2500 Californiat St. OMAHA (2), Nebraska _ __ Redrick Cole Vs. Gena Levis Redrick Cole, 2918 No. 26th St., cab driver was on a cail on Sunday night February 15, on 22nd St., and as he approacheo 607 No. 22nd St. he noticed a car parked at the curb with sev eral persons inside drinking. Just as he passed it the driver of the car Geno L. Lewis started up the car and it struck Mr. Cole car damaging it. Mr. Cole testified in police court before Judge Denni: O’Brina and the prosecuting cit attorney Mr. Simon that he im damage was done and to see if some adjustment could be made Mr. Lewis told Cole he would go in and call the police, but in stead he returned with a gun and using abuse and profane langu age toward Cole which was later corrobrated by the arresting of ficer. Just before the police ar rived Lewis gave the gun to his lady friend who took it back in the house, Lewis and his other fellow friend continued to argue with Cole im an incolhert manner due to their being under the in fluence of intokicating liquor. The accident occured according to Cole between 11 and 12 p.m. Cole said he didn’t press his point too vigorously because of the gun in Lewis hand. Ot ficer Lroick saw the defend ant Lewis about 1:05 arguing with Cole and when he found them they were both in a drunk en condition and were definite ly in no condition to drive any car. ‘ Defendant Attorney Phil Ab bond moved that the case be dis missed but Judge O’Brian over ruled. The defendant Lewis did not testify and was found guilty of intoxication and fined $100 and drivers license suspended 60 days. Open House at Children’s Memorial Hospital Held Sun. February 15 Huge Throng Children's Hospital Attracts A i Sunday, February 15, 1918 L. to R. Dickie Wells, Martha Raye, Mel Tonne, Tondaleyo at Club Ebony from 7:00 p. m. persons from all parts of the city of Omaha, Iowa and surrounding states came to get their first glimps of the Child ren’s Memorial Hospital. This was open house for the many persons that have conttributed to this great $800,OOO^structure ^di rectly and indirectly. All races, color, and creeds came on this ' day to see history being made in the city of Omaha. The day was sunny, the skies were cloudless making it a perfect day for such an occasion, and because of the beauty of the day the sightseer: had a field day whitnessing one of the most beautiful and, servic able structure for our children of Omaha, Iowa, and surrounding territories. Mrs. Richard Young, president of the Board of Trustees and Mr. Robert Hall, Board president did state that the hospital doors will open to all children regardless of racial idenity that need its service rich or poor. > there are in the hospital a 100 beds witth special provision made for very sick children. (The childrens rooms are all beautiful decorated with yellow and green curtains, walls adored with beau-' tiful pictures, and the color sch eme throughout the rooms is mosi congenial for recovery of patients Throughout the colors are soft relaxing, and invigorating. Their is various attractive pieces of min mature furniture throughout the children’s room. Ample rooms havehave been prvided for bath ing ° f the children, prepared medicines, treatment, operations when necessary. The kitchen contains the latest in modern equipment for pre paring healthful food for the sick and convalesening children. Not hing has been left out or spared in making this hospital one of the finest structures in our city. Doctors, Interns, Nurses, Of fice staff have been provided1 thi best to keep them/in good health m order that they might keep out children m good health. Yes. Dmaha has much to be proud of m the Chrildren’s Memorial Hos pital. 6th Annual Sermon to Draw Big Crowd From all indication, the 6th ■Annual Sermon of the Goodwill Spring Musical Choirs will draw a capacity house at St. John’s ft* E. Church, Sunday, Feb ruary 22, at 3^p. m. It seems quite certain there will be over 300 choir people present in their beautiful vested robes of various colors. The Directoresses and Organist will lead the procession. It is very important that all choir people be in the basement of St. John’s at 2:45 p. m., so as to have their robes on and ready to march up 3 p. m. sharp. We are assured all our ministers are| going to be pre sent, because some of them have changed their program in order that they and their choir and con gregation can be present. I think that is real Christian cooperatior. hard to beat in Omaha. We are expecting all Jr. Choir: to be present and at St. John's by 2:40 P. M. L. L. McVay YWCA Membership Com mittee Choses Additional Members YWCA Membership Committee choses Mrs. Walter Erwin, Mem bership Chairman and Mrs. Rus sell Bailey, President of the YWCA Board announced the ap pointment of (the following mem bers to the Membership Commit :ee. Mesdames Thomas A Cherry 1. M. Emmeert, Glas, B. G. Pet erson. John Rippey, Vera Price, ind Misses Lula Pritchard and The month of March has been •et as Membership Month and Helen Scott. plans are now under way to open up SuiuiBjiapia Aq uShedureo aqi workers for the! drive at ,a “Tea” o be held in the Central build ng Y WCA on Tuesday, Feb. 24. NATIONAL BEAUTY CULTUR ISTS’ LEAGUE Local 101, National Beauty Culturists’ League met Monday night at the home of the President The Ways and Means ommittee completed discussion of their planns for the Tuikey Dinner to be given Sunday, March 7, at the Maonsic Hall from 1-3 p.m. Tickets were distributed to the members. All members who wer en’t present, be sure to see the president, PL 3085 or Mrs. Mar garet Dean, PL 3188, to get your tickets. We were glad to receive two new members into our club. They were Laura Alice Loudd and Paul ene Williams. The next meeting jvill be Mon. March 1, at 7:30 p. m. at the Althouse School of Beauty Cub I ture. I Members, Please be present. ! Versie Bailey, President Virginia Merrell, reportei« On Sunday afternoon, Feb. 15, Mrs. Rosie Smith of 1824 No. 25th St. entertained at dinnei Mrs. Viola Turner, Mrs. Pearl Greene, and Mrs. Maggie McGow an, this being the birthday of Mrs. Smith. She received many beaut iful gifts. DINNER GUEST A delicious turkey (dinner with all the trimmjngs was served. The table was beautifully decorated with pink and white rose buds and carnationsv'as a center piece, lhe four widows enjoyed them selves very much and left wish ing the hostess many happy re turns of the day. Cleaves Temple C. M. E. Church 25th and Decatur Streets C. P. Raines, Pastor Jeannie English, Reporter Rev. Raines’s sermon was from Revelations 7:9. Theme; Unlimit, ed companionship. This is a dis cretion given by tthe last of the Prophetts and diciples. This cimes when a person is cimpletely alone and he gets a vision of a multi tude of people. It is wonderful to find a crowd too large to be coust ed, that crowd is found in heaven, i We are quite selfish which causes 1 as to be very lonely at times. We don’t take time to visit the sick as often as we should. There were three new members added to our membership. Visitors are always welcome; please return. Mr. Rowland Hynes, President of Omaha( Municipal University peace, spoke this afternoon at 4 p. m. on the Palestine Situation— Its effect on Christianity and World peace. He said he was not speaking as an authority, but as one who reads and thinks as we do. In order to break down race predjudice he said the majority group should (1) make friends with mmbers in the minority groups, and (2) learn of the services and recognize the ach ievements made by the minority group. He listed the following for tthe minority group to do: (1) develope our own contribute tion as unusual value. (2) use fri :tions to make better understand ing. I’m sure that those having heard him will become more in terested in foreign and ebmestic affairs. Composition of Coffee The organic composition of all coffee :1s exceedingly complex and contains constituents from many groups—fats, oils, waxes, proteins, carbohydrates and others. Probably the most characteristic is the active principle caffeine, or trimethyl xan thin. GRAND RAPIDS. MICHIGAN—Quiet dignity is the distinguish ing feature of this luxurious Duncan Phyfe sofa made by The Schoon beck Co., Grand Rapids. Designed to enhance modem living, the me ticulous attention to detail apparent in every line of this elegant piece is truly representative of the fine traditions of high craftsmanship characteristic of Grand Rapids designs. “EVERYBODY’S DOIN’ IT” I L_:_ __B From tiny homes to palatial hotels, conservation of used cooking fat ii the rule of conscientious cooks. Here, Arsenmo Alexaander, chef ot the famous Marguery restaurant, Park Avenue, New York, shows < customer that fat is salvaged from all meat. Used cooking fat help' fill the world deficit of fats and oils. Keep saving every drop. THE WASTERS ByifettU * LILV IS'TOO BUSY'IMPROVING HER MIND TO DUST OR SWEEP- _ ! she's so busy trying out CUTE RECIPES SHE.S ! HEARD ABOUT THAT SHE FREQUENTLY ! FORGETS TO SAVE HEP USED KITCHEN FAT TO \ TURN IN FOR CASH /_; Why Not HURRY TO 2229 Lake Street for good eats; smch as Beef Stew, Chili, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, etc. Our Foods Are Real Gone HURRY B,\CKC\FE 2229 Lake St. JA: 9195 Mrs. Ella Mae Tucker, Supervisor J. Mason and EL Washington, Props. We Are Once More LAUDERING CURTAINS SEND OR BRING THEM IN Edholm & Sherman LAUIVDERERS & DRY 2401 Norfh 24TH. Street] Phone WE. 6055 Contractor See Bailey First SPECIALIZING IN PATCH WORK. 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An Austrian shoemaker has announced electrically warmed shoes. A small battery fits into a cavity in the heel and keeps the shoe constantly warm. Eighty-five per cent of all the 20 million cattle hides consumed annually in the United States ar* used in the manufacture of shoes.