The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, October 21, 1955, Page Four, Image 4

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    WANTED: Houses, Apartments, and
the Names and Addresses of people
that are looking for a place to stay;
and for people who want to rent an
apartment. Call HA 0800. ;
WANTED: To care for children.
Will take tenderly care of your
child while you are at work
Leave them in the AJI. and pick
them up at P.M. Mrs. Sharpe, i
2015 Maple Street PI. 08*5- '
FOR RENT: * single sleeping
rooms furnished for working
man or woman. No washing or
cooking. Call Ha. 0800
IF it is moving day call A J. Wat
son. AT. 2281. light Holding
and light pries.
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WANTED. WANTED 1 WANT
ED: We want to rent that
Apartment yen have far Rent.
Cefl HA Wt. _
We want to aeQ that ear or track
jwa hare to sale. Can HA MOO.
We want to sell that piece ef
furniture you hare, for sale.
Call HA MM.
REMEMBER We are fai the Bent
tag and aeUtag bantam*. Give
na . ring. HA 08M.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO BENT
OR TO SELLT WB HAVE
RENTERS AND BUYERS
WAITING FOR WHAT YOU
HAVE. GIVE US A BING.
HA MM.
CALL GROW GLOSS for Hair
appointment. Hair dresses and
oiL 2512 N. 24th. Phene FL
9010.
FOR RENT: 1 room and kitchen,
second floor. Call Ha. 0800.
FOR SALE: 17-inch Philco televis
ion, radio and record player
combination. Beautiful Walnut
cabinet, perfect shape. Asking
$100.00. Call KE 7600.
FOR RENT: One large kitchenette.
Call AT 8435.
FOR RENT: A 2-room furnished
apartment. Call HA 0800.
FOR ■ RENT: One large front
room, furnished. One block
from bus. Phone PI. 0234.
WANTED: Wanted to care for old
woman who is on a'pension in
a nice private home at 2122
Spencer St. or call PL 5401.
FOR RENT: One large furnished
room. Kitchenette.! Phone At.
8435. uoq
WANTED TO RENT: 3-room fur
nished apartment. Call At 8194.
Do you read the Classified Ad
section of oar paper? If you don’t,
you are missing something. We
have the following listings, in our
office for your consideration. If
you need furnished houses, four
room apartments, unfurnished, two
rooms apartments, furnished, 3
rooms apartment furnished or un
furnished.
A double bed and a medium size
room for single man for the sum
of $8.00 a week. If permanent, it
rents for $7.00 per week.
We have a two rooms furnished
apartment in a fine Christian
korae.very reasonable rate, all utili
A large- bay room in a private
hetne'With hath next door, plenty
paid heat, running water, night
and day. Bus passes by the door
coming from town, by back door
going to.
FOR ANY ABOVE FURNITURE
AND EQUIPMENT. CALL HArney
0800, OMAHA GUIDE BLDG., 2420
Grant Street, Omaha, Nebraska
DON’T FORGET WE HAVE
WHAT YOU WANT.
FOR RENT: One large single bed
room. Furnished. For working
man or woman. Call We. 8756.
FOR RENT: I would like to have
2 nice young couples fo come
and make their home with me.
I have a nice modern 7-room
home. You can be privileged
to have the use of my full home,
just make yourself as one of
the family. Call Ja. 7886.
WANTED TO RENT: A 2 or 3
room furnished or unfurnished
apartment. Call HA 3690.
FOR RENT: 4-room furnished or
unfurnished apartment. Call
Ha. 0800.
FOR RENT: A nice large front
room. Furnished. Between 2
bus lines. For single working
man. Call We. 9545.
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Women More
Susceptible To
Sinus Trouble
Women have more sinus
trouble than men.
This conclusion came from a
study of benefits paid to policy
owners by Mutual of Omaha,
largest exclusive health and ac
cident company in the world.
Of all women disabled, nine of
every 1,000 were for sinus trouble.
This compares to eigth of every
1.000 men and six of every 1,000
children.
The study covered more than
960.000 cases in the files of the
company. Since Mutual of Oma
ha does business in every state,
the survey covered the entire
nation.
C. of C.
Wheat Show
The Omaha Chamber of Com
merce again this year will join
in sponsoring portions of the Neb
raska Wheat Show at Lexington
October 20.
The Agriculture Department’s
(Crop Improvement Committee,
headed by Glenn H. LeDioyt,
will handle attangements for the
Nebraska Junior Grain Show and
Judging Contest Other spon
sors of the one-day event are the
Lexington Chamber of Commerce
and the Nebraska Grain Im
provement Association.
The junior event is open to
al 4-H Club and Future Farmers
of America members in the statt,
and will provide them with an op
portunity to exhibit their own
grains grown in this area.
In addition to awards of merit,
the winning team will be given a
free trip to Omaha to visit the
grain market, mills and elevators,
and will be honored at a luncheon
at the Omaha Chamber of Com
merce.
Sally Davis, 74,
Died October 14
Mrs. Sally Davis, 74 years, of
2012 Locust Street, died Friday
October 14th at home. ,
She is survived by three daugh
ters, Mrs. Agnes iCurtwright and
Mrs. Lola Osborne of Omaha,
Mrs. Maggie Nesbit of St. Louis,
Missouri; one son, Mr. Harold
Webster of Lincoln, Nebraska;
three brothers, Mr. William Mer
rifield and Mr. Alonzo Merri
field of Omaha, and Mr. Jasper
Men-ifield of Collinsville, Illinois;
two sisters, Mrs. Dolly Reece of
Lehfti|on, Illinois and Mrs. Roee
Ring of Milford, Michigan.
Fude*ii£ ihfedpces were held
Tuesdky ‘hflernoon from the
Paradise Baptist Church with the
Rev. C. Adams officiating, as
sisted by Rev. James Cooper and
Rev. J. H. Reynolds. Pall bearers
were Messrs. Arthur Brown,
Arthur Dunson, Edgar Grant,
Albert Gwens, Joshua Tolen, Lew
is W. Grant. Burial was in Mt
Hope Cemetery with arrange
ments by Thomas Mortuary.
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LIGHT HAULING
OF ANY KIND
Any Where At Any Time
At Reasonable Rates
Call AT 2285*'
MR. S. J. WATSON
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THE BABBUNG BROOKS |
By Gortrudo Brooks, AT M17
S/Sgt. E. G. Gordon, wife
Betty and twins Donald Ray and
Raymond Floyd and son Garrie
Ward came to Omaha Tuesday,
August 9. Sgt. Gordon has been
transferred to the Lincoln Air
Base from Spokane, Washington.
Thep have spent much time in
Lincoln trying to find a place to
live. Mrs. Gordon said “There
are at least 200 homes listed in
the office on the base as avail
able housing, and we called 12
and none would rent to colored.
It is very disappointing for those
of us who want to keep our fam
ilies together, and such conditions
won’t let us.” At the present
time they are at the home of
Sgt. Gordon’s mother, 18th and
Ohio St. We only hope the Lin
coln Urban League will look into
the housing proposition for the
Air Force Men.
MRS. D. L. MIMS, a teacher
in the public schools of St. Louis,
Mo. spent a two-week vacation
in Omaha, the house guest in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Flet
cher, 3116 Franklin St. Mrs.
Mims was honoree at a break
fast given by her hosts, the guest
list included: Mrs. James iCrum
bley, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Young,
Mrs. Robert Harris, Mr. and Mrs.
John Ross, Mrs. Marvin Price,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dickerson.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dickerson,'
2634 Maple St gave a picnic in
their beautiful back yard in honor
of MUs. Mims. Mr. and Mrs.
John Ross entertained Mrs. Mims
at dinner. She was a visitor at
services on Sunday in both the
beautiful New Pilgrim and St.
Philips’ Episcopal Churches. Mrs.
Mims left Omaha to go to Phil
adelphia, Pa. where she will visit
relatives before returning home.
Mrs. Mims was Ueluctant to leave
her friends the Fletchers, who
made her vacation spent in their
home so very pleasant, and said
“Thanks” to the new friends who
had helped to make it more enjoy
able
MRS. MARGARITE ROBIN
SON AND CHILDREN. JERRY
AND CONNIE of Bedford, Iowa,
came Monday to spend a week
visiting in the home of Mrs. Sadie
Thomas, 2514 North 25th St.
The Robinsons are former res
idents of Omaha and members of
the Mt. Moriah (Church. They
were entertained at a picnic in
the yard of Mrs. Hollis Mae
Nared.
MRS. HELENE ST. CLAIR,
WIFE OF THE PASTOR OF
THE MT, MORIAH BAPTIST
CHURCH went to her home in
Liberty, Mo., for a short visit.
She rtetumed home Tuesday be
cause of the serious illness of her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Margaret
St. Clair, who is in the Methodist
Hospital.
T H E I O WA, MINNESOTA,
NEBRASKA, SOUTH DAKOTA,
AND ILLINOIS CONVENTION
opened in Waterloo, Iowa Monday
morning. Many from Omaha and
Council Bluffs were in attend
ance. The Rev. D. A. Campbell
drove the President, Rev. J. H.
Reynolds and wife, his grand
daughter, Yvette Gordon, and
Larry Gordon left Saturday j
afternoon. Deacon and Mrs. L. N. |
Williams left early Sunday morn-:
ing. Mrs. J. V. Crawford rode with
the Williams, who planned to
stop for a short visit in Des
Moines,' with relatives. Going by
bus were Mrs. Estella McAfee,
President of the Womens’ Dept.,
Mrs.-<t Mayme McIntosh, Mrs.
Mary Nelson, Mrs. Van Gibson
and ’two daughters and many
othenfcu The convention will close
Friday.; night, and most of the
delegates and members will re
turn home Saturday.
THE ANNUAL REUNION OF
THE, WILLIAMS AND YAR
BOROUGH FAMILIES was cele
brated by holding a picnic* in the
Manderson Park. Several from
California and Sioux City were
on hand to enjoy the abundance
of good food.
MR. BUD GREEN, WHO HAS
RECUPERATED NICELY from
the “Fire-Truck” accident, was
abe to leave with his family, Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Johnson, and
! Miss Willa Mae Anderson left on
j a motor trip August 1st for Der.
’ ver, Salt Lake City, Utah, and !
California for a months vacation.
MR. AND MIS. BILL HARP
ER, 324 ERSKINE ST. held a
slumber party for their house
guests from St. Louis, Mo., Miss
Madeline Carter, and Miss San
dra Harper from Kaipville. Utah,
and also for Edith Cawthome
who will leave Omaha to make
her home in Minneapolis, Minn.
Master Jeffery Johnson also a
house puest of the Harpers was
a guest at the slumber party. Be
sides the honored guests, others
prestnt were: Gwendolyn Seay,
Jackie Louis, Jacqueline Morton,
J a ^ k i je Minnenhall, Cynthia
J. p n$ c * Minnenhall, CJjmthia
Mease, Marva Johnson, Joyce
Harper was the hostess. The
breakfast was held at the home
of Mrs. Clifford Davis, 2319 No.
26th St.
THE SATURDAY NIT E
BIRTHDAY CLUB, PLEASANT
GREEN CHOIR AND T HE
EVER READY MEN’S CHORUS
will picnic at Carter Lake on Sun
day afternoon. Out of town
guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Robinson and family.
CAPTAIN DAVIS OF THE
FIRE DEPARTMENT, and his
family moved into the beautiful
new home at 3716 No. 33rd St.
August 1st..;, 1$. is a 6 room frame
with a very.. Ijjsaptiful and spac
ious lawn. The-Davises are very
thrilled and happy to realize the
dream of a lifetime. The first
guest to help them celebrate
their .first week in the new home
was :a long time friend of the fam
ily, Miss Olive V. Clark, Secre
tary of the YMCA on Pine St. in
St. Louis, Mo. The next guest in
the new home was Mrs. Davis’s
father, Mn T. C. Cooper of Tex
arkana, Ark.
THE WILLING WORKERS
(CLUB OF THE MT. MORIAH
BAPTIST (CHURCH met at the
home of Mrs. Ned Moore 2210 No.
26th St. on Tuesday night.
THE NORTHSIDE WCTU
MET AT THE HOME OF GERT
RUDE BROOKS, 2603 NO. 18th
St. Wednesday morning at 10 00
am. President Anna Burton
held a short business session, at
the close a delightful luncheon
was served. Every thing was
put in order for the State con
tention, which will be held in the
| Immanuel Baptist Church at 24th
I and Pinkney, September 18-19
20-21st. Some of Omaha’s best
talent has been secured for this
convention. Mrs. Gertrude Brooks
was chosen as a delegate. Mrs,
Minnie Dixon is music chairman
for the State and program chair
man for the State convention.
THE WEDDING OF M1*SS
SARAH WESLEY HAS BEEN
POSTPONED INDEFINITELY.
PLEASE CALL GERTRUDE
BROOKS, AT. 8817 AND LEAVE
YOUR NEWS.
CORNHUSKER LODGE 148 of
the AMERICAN FEDERATION OF
THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAP
PED INC. will hold a Bake Sale
Saturday, October 29, 1955 at the
Brandeis Store on the first floor.
The proceeds will be used to se
cure and- .Chance a meeting place
where there will be time and
room to permit the classes of in
struction that are available to the
Handicapped. We are asking do
nations of all. kind^of Home Baked
foods. If you will donate some
thing please call AT 8817.
NORTHSIDE W.C.T.U. HELD
THEIR REGULAR MEETING AND
INSTITUTE WEDNESDAY, Oc
tober 18, 1955 at the YWCA, 28th
and Miami Sts. The president
Mrs. Anna Burton opened the
meeting at 10:30 A.M. after the
devotionals. After the regular
business was dispensed with the
election of officers was held. The
new officers are: President, Mrs.
Anna Burton; Vice President Ber
trude Brooks; Recording Secretary,
Mrs. Beulah Craddock; Correspond
ing Secretary, Mrs. Elizabeth Gor
ahm; Treasurer, Gertrude Brooks;
Music and Social Chairman, Mrs.
Minnie Dixon; Devotional Chair
man, Mrs. Florence Moore; Annual
Dues, Mrs. Lenard. At 12 noon
a delicious luncheon was served
and at 1:30 P.M., after the devo
tionals by Mrs. Moore the presi
dent introduced the guest speaker,
Mrs. Charles Turner, Douglas
County president, who gave the
ladies a very inspirational talk.
Other guests were Mrs. Turner’s
daughter and son.
GUESTS IN THE HOME OF
THEIR COUSINS, MRS. MINNIE
DIXON AND FAMILY, 2852 Bin
ney St. M/Sgt. and Mrs. Calvin
I Dacus and children, Calvin Jr. and
Patricia came Thursday to be sta
tioned at the Offutt Air Base for
one year. They came to Omaha
from Mountain Home Air Force
Base, Idaho but have only re
cently returned from Japan. They j
are busy daily looking for a home !
j to buy or rent, until such time j
they may be reached at the Dix-,
on home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Dacus of Des Moines, Iowa are
the parents of M/Sgt. Calvin Da
cus. They are meeting many of
their former friends and relatives.
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES
JONES, 2505% N. St. have moved
to Council Bluffs, Iowa 2748 Ave.
A.
CONGRATULATIONS MISS
CONNIE HORN who was corwned
Miss Sepia 1955. Congratulations
to Midwest Builders, 2807 North
16th St for knowing a winner
when they see one, and sponsored
tho New Queen.
The SATURDAY NIGHT BIRTH
DAY CLUB met at the borne of
Mrs. Emma Weston 2517 Franklin
St with Mrs. Weston and Mrs.
Emily Williams as hostesses.
Very little business was transacted
as this was a social meeting. The
hostesses served a fish dinner and
all the trimmings. Plans for
Christmas were formulated. The
president urged the members to
attend the Annual Sermon of the
Nebraska Association of Colored
Women to be held on Sunday at
the Tabernacle Church of Christ
Holiness at 25th and Seward.
MRS. ROSE DAVIE AND MRS.
ROBERT TROUT OF SPRING
FIELD, MO. were guests in Omaha
last week. Mrs. Rose Davie is the
former Rose Allen and was visit
ing her niece Mrs. Odessa Smith
and other relatives and friends.
Mrs. Trout was visiting her sister
in-law.
MRS. FRANCES REEVES, 5626
South 24th St. returned from a
seven months vacation visiting rel
atives in CaUfocpifo, JfrJ&co, Okla
homa and KaUft§;TM9f' of the
time was spent with a sister in
Oklahoma, then to her sons’ home
in San Diego, California. Sisters in
Los Angeles and Bakersfield Came
in for their share of the visit,
and one in Oxnard, California. She
stayed two weeks in a Resort Lake
Elsinore. In Denver, Colorado a
Sister-in-law, Mrs. Alberta Mose
ley showed her the places of in
terest including Look-Out Moun
tain and Buffalo Bill’s grave. Mrs.
Reeves went away for her health
and returned feeling much better
and looking very refreshed.
EUREKA ART CLASS MET AT
THE HOME OF MRS. LENORA
GRAY, 2716 Corby, Wednesday
afternoon, October 19, 1955. The
president, Mrs. Greta Wade pre
sided over a short business ses
sion before turning it over to the
program Chairman, Gertrude
Brooks, who led the group in
singing two numbers. Mrs. Leola
Fitzpatrick, past president of the
club, spoke on the subject “It’s
Time to Unmask” which was full
of inspiration and was enjoyed by
all. Three members who had
been out of the club because of
illness were called upon and re
sponded with interesting remarks,
the members were Mrs. Alice
Sherwood, Mrs. Mary Edmundson
and Mrs. Leola Fitzpatrick. The
.hostesses served a very delicious
lunch.
BOWLING NEWS
Standings
Teams Won Lost
1. Aronson_13 5
2. Monty’s Bodyshop _13% 5%
3. Rosen Novak Chev._12 6
4. Rockets-10% 7%
5. Barrel House_8 10
6. Murnam Rug_-8 10
7. Allen’s Bar_•. 'ty~ tl
8. Keglers __'JSJV* 11 a
9. North Side Laundry_7 ll
10. McGill’s Bar J_; 5 13 j
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STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP
The Omaha Guide is owned by
Charles C. Galloway, 2420 Grant
Street,of Omaha, Nebraska. Pub
lisher and editor is Charles C.
Galloway. Its average circulation
the past year 12,602. Hwre are
no known bond or mortgage hold
ers.
C. C. GALLOWAY
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 13th day of October, 1955.
NELLE BRITTON,
Notary Public
(Commission expires November
12, 1960.)
SPECIAL NOTES
Everyone is invited to come out
each evening, beginning October
24th at 1616 North 24th St. and
here Sister Eva Williams of Fay
etteville, N. C., a soul stirring
minister of the Church of God of
Prophecy with headquarters in
Cleveland, Tennessee.
Services start at 8 P. M.
Mrs. E. J. Belt, Local Pastor.
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