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THEATRES • SPORTS - SOCIETY & WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES
V htrai brtrfa
YounG WomeN SocietY
THE CAROENS ARE HOSTS
Eugene Carden uml hla mother ware
host« at dinner on Thanksgiving
their horn« In honor of Mr. and Mr«
W II. Rutherford and famly
W ILLIAM S AVENUE Y. W. C. A.
“ SUICIDE FLEET"
ItllllK K T ARMSTRONG
W ILLIAM IIOVII
JAM ICH UI.KAHON
THE FOX DROADWAY
“ OVCH THE H ILL"
JAM KM DUNN ami KILLERS
"RICH MAN'S FOLLY
H uh ? the hind
(IKUliUK IIA M 'K llK T
FOX UNITED ARTISTS
b u fn r i
tiiut “oily, shiny" look.
Thia unitizing Ointment is mud»
in thn famous Dr. Fred I'ulmar'a
I jihoratortea wharc are also mail»
thoaa othar beuuty ai<la you know
a o wall: ‘"'Dr. Fred Palmer’» Skin
Whitanar Soap, S k i n Whitcnrr
Faro I’owdrr, Huir Dreaaer and
Hid Di'odorant whirh may lie hud
nt all drug a to m for 25 centa ra< h
a r< m il
i ha . an palm . .... .
or will be sent postpaid upon re«
rcipt o f price. Dr. Fred Palmer's
laboratories, DcpL 1, Atlanta, Ga.
Send !c In atampa for a
generoua trial aumple of
the Skin Whitrnrr, Soap
and Face I ’uwdcr.
D P .F R F D
P A L M E R ’S
Y O U R C O M P L E X IO N YO U TH FU L*
Hitt I»«*« ti«*«I In tin* ( hmm I ( Hil l 1 .t*>)i i<»nr<l W ay
1IOT T U I \l.i:s
I .- ..ft, delicate ami allut
off u lall> With Individually Mir nail anil
audited p led «»» of 1744 ulto lo nini Ilia
cnmparatlvely binali liululiaa will routa
lu on rotnmllmanta of the vurioti»
horada» It I» tuona y that I» liallavad
certain to lia hud with a lit 1 1• • furtllar
work and a ronuldaruhla iMirtlon f n
hu« alraadv been oldaliiad »Iura tlia
dr Wo donili
Raymond II Wilcox. praaldant of
tha allant hoard, lauuvd a »tataiio nt In
wlilrli ha thanked tha ?(HMI uo.tt nnd
woman volunteer workar» r..r tha «>
«•allant service which thay r.-ndercd
Ila decalred thara had urlar lo . li
«urli generous alvina in ilo i t «uni
\N|) ( H I M
| Christi«,,. H;ll|,r ,.u,. S|*via 1 isl
I nit ( hir 1'it nnd Itr ( itnviitcvd
■ute w it 11 u i s
I 'I io im * \\ M im i
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FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
GIVE AT LEAST ONE USEFUL GIFT TO
THE BOYS AND GIRLS YOU PLAN RE
MEMBERING THIS CH RISTM A l — A
“ GIFT SAVINGS ACCOUNT” HERE AT
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL. IT
TAKES BUT ONE DOLLAR OR MORE TO
OPEN AN ACCOUNT.
Slab's National hank,
BrtMil«»«y «mi Sl.\ih. si K u iL . I\»nl.»ml
ICH - BROWN
W IT H O U T
Wtthiiiil :i doubt, th» himt
urtici» (if U m kind
binai Ion II All!
CJIIOWKH und IIA III
TK.NKII (II vch III» Imtr
u nnl.irul nofi mid p||ky
nppearincu. hi I ihii I m II iik
huir «rowIII In ih» mont
WASHINGTON, l>. <*. Nov SO —
.Vina Mae M< Kinney, petite star of
Hallelujah" and featured In the new
vehicle, "Safe In Helll," recently corn
praparntiun regularly to mnkr your
lila I'ornm inili) t'h r.t quota of $7X6.
IM I aaaurvd
STINGY WITH THEIR APPLAUSE
SAYS COLORED STAR QUEEN
uml tnn niarka, nml does away with
Tin» people of I'orllumt amt vicinity
d o r e
softens nnd lightens the dsrkeet
«km, c leers up pimples« blotches
“ CAUGHT SHORT"
M ARIK HKKHSI.KH ami
l*ni.l.Y M o r a n
A delicately guft smooth light
akin ia the aocrct of ulluring beau*
ty . . . nnil It muy ha your», quick-
ly, auraly nml auaily. I)r. I'rrd
I'ulmcr'a Skin Whitcnrr Ointinant
THE COMMUNITY CHEST
e a u t y
Allmilii. <J«*nrffiM. |R«r 1 Thu Ala
^ mi mit Hfiiln lloriiflN came Into tin-
Marinin T ooth ' liarlt yi«r«l to«luy and
1« ft InttdltiK nnd of a 200 scorn. Thu
I lor nut m liavf lost only on« ('otif«?r
••nco ffttimi this Hiason and the Kama
today I* ft thPni In a tl«* with Clark
“ ini TuskcK*''* for Hfjiithcrn (!onfiir
t in •• honors From tin* kick-off to the
final whistle flu* lforn«*ts outclaa»**«!
the Maroon Tlic«*r* In every |*hus«f of
the Kamc. The Frazier brothers were
nt thHr hcsi; their ruunitiK was out*
standing for (ho Horimta althoiiich the
whole tt*ani tlk k**d Ilk«* nobody's husl-
The whole Morehouse play centered
around "l(«*d Smith, all American cen
ter of last year. Smith, though play
ItiK a much weaker Kama than that of
• last year, has played a splendid yame
all season and was the oiitstundinK
limn In toduy's «arm*
After today. Morehouse turns her
eyes towurd basketball, while Alaba
ma State will ko on to Houston to
meet l*ralrle View on January 1.
c F brow ÑÍX
Onr Ululi drown I(aIr Clrowcr
HtnnilH it m on» of our hlnhcHt
Il In n prepnr
ntlon wo look upon with pride.
Milk»« Ih » hnlr noil nnd lux.
nllniulatlnu u hcnlthy
g r o W í
O V E B T O N H Y G IE N IC CO
wlth"a"l'st1 of"m'uslc 's't'.ll'.ble' for ''¡se EsTelíc wülia'ms Is presiden!, has «lis
PIANO — HARMONY — VOICE
Diploma from National Academy
of Music, California
State Certificate for Music
Dr(j'nnrrs and Advanced Pupils
874 UNION AVENUE l-ORTH
Phone Garfield 8945
2 ^ « . 5 ,»“
"na “» ,u"
rolleges, club and similar groups. and les deslre to. we will reaunu* our ac
one of the Club's mem
strmnent for brenklng »neh preludici
ns continue to operate to the elisati THANKSGIVING HOSTS
Mr and Mrs Charles Stanton an,
vantage of nttmhers of dtlzens wnos
the guests at Tbanhsgtvlnr
«■orili I enti attesi ns well ns tmprov ........
ine thè appredatlon of one race for dlnner of thelr tinte honored friend»
1151 East Lincoln street.
SGT. JOSEPH WHITE
O VERTO N HYGIENIC MFC.CO.
h i c a g
MRS. Z K I’ H A B A K E R
All Lines of Beauty Work
Gena Howers has charge of
the Vesper services this coming Sun
(Dy Mrs. Rosalie Hird Holmes)
day. Miss Thelma Johnson, president
.. .. Phone Murdock 1686 . . . .
of the Girl Reserves, presented M**-
darnes Wyman, and Shepherd with a
bouquet of rotes for their efforts In
AN ENJOYABLE AT HOME
making the pageant a success.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
M Cook In Irvington was the scene
Mrs Jessie Flowers rendered a piano of a gay dancing party last Saturday
solo at Vespers Hun, and Rev. Inveli, 'evening when Mr. William Jefferson
was In charge of the devotional».
I Law gave an “ at home". Much in-
|terest had been manifested in the par*
The committee of the Branch Y. will ty ever since the neat formal invita-
III.et intern her i). Mrs c L Ing.-r H o n s had been issued by "R ill” an he
is lovingly tailed by intimate friends
sol, will preside over th»- meeting.
Approximately one hundred guests
Mrs. Jessie Flowers, has set Janu were present. Music, dancing, cards
ary 4th as the date for the Rhythm were the diversions and delicious re-
Rand concert This hand is composed freak w o t * were dispensed
Assisting Mrs Law in receiving and
of youngsters, and meets every Sat
serving their guests were Mesdames
K Foster and F. Medlock. the latter
Miss Ada French. National Girl Re coming from Hillsboro for the occa
serve Secretary, addresed the Girl Re sion.
The spacious home of Mr. and Mrs
serve Committee of the Rranch and
some of th«‘ members of the manage Cook.(Mr. Cook Is a vice-president of
ment committee Tuesday evening last. the United States National Rank) was
attractively arranged and decorated
for the occasion and the party was
their Christmas gift to young Law,
Miss Robert Summers See in < harg«- whose mol her has been in the Cook's
of the Rranch will attend the Adult employ for a good many years.
Guidance Conference at Rock Creek
Mr. Law is a senior at Grant High
I this week-end.
School and has a host of friends a-
mong both races.
"The girls never looked prettier” ,
Mrs K Gray, and Miss Rotiert Sum
mers, attended a luncheon Monday was a comment heard from the young
November 31 at the Main Y
Miss men who attended and young LaW
Ada French was th«* guest speaker. was pronounced a perfect host
The event is still the topic of con
versation among the younger society
100 SIX YEAR-OLD
Elmer C. , 7 )artlett
MltH llKATHII'R KKANKLIN
520 H. T W E N T Y - SIXTH N.
The Vesper services were well at
tended last Sunday and the pageant
presented by the Girl Reserves, war
highly commendable, so much so that
th«*y will repeat It Sunday at Zion
church. All are cordially Invited.
BOYS JOIN MOVIES A CHARMING HOSTESS
I Mrs. S. Dickerson, was hostess at
LOS ANGELES, Cal . Nov SO.—As a dinner on Sunday at her spacious
lnow episode In motion picture history .home,
loo Ilai-e boys aged, from tt to 9. start-1
PLANS XMAS DANCE
MG M studio In Director Van D ykes' The Dahlia Temple is making plans
new picture. "Tarian ” with the world' tor their annual Christmas dance.
sw imming champion. Johhny Weismul- I
NiNA MAf M'KJNNEy
MATRONS CLUB MEETS
pl«*t**d on tin* coast l»y Warner Broth
The .all came to Central Castlin-
The Birthday Matron's Club, met
er*. w ill muk«* personal appt*aranees at corporation with specIHcatelons that Thursday evening at the Branch Y.
the Warner Brothers theater In New they be but T.o Inches tall or a little
York city when her new picture gets ov.-r 4 feet
Hence It fell to the lo' MRS. CAMP HOSTESS
Its premiere there on Dec. 12.
of Chus Butler to get them at enrol Mrs. R H. Camp, was hostess at
Discussing tli«» th«-at*-r with r«*porl- and he did so on schedule time, al- dinner on last Sunday for the pleasure
ers. Miss M<'Klnn«*y declared that though he hud to scour the whole of Reverends Johnston and Lewis,
W a s h i ngton th«»ttt«*r audiences wen* town to do so. There are some 300
■■ - -
the most unafft'ctcd sh«» had ever children on his . -vistration list . mi DINNER HOSTESSES
seen, declared that they were the less than a score under those s,iec:i!
Among those entertaining at elabo
'hardest group In th«» country to rations. so acco.ding to Mr Thomas rate dinners on Thanksgiving were
make,”, nnd that they were stingy with of the studio department of the slat Mrs B. Jones, who entertained for 19
their applause of acts, regardless of board of welfare, Jt requires i |- ipn Mrs K Gray entertained for 12. and
the merits of the act Itself or how latton of 3.000 perrons from which to Mrs Orletta Mor.'s was hostess for a
good It was
draw 100 6 voar-old boys.
coterie of friends.
Meanwhile, other widely known
Only One Rejected
stars and performers had given the
As they were all lined up and RECIEVE WEDDING GIFT
same expressions. Including Dons marched Into the studio gates physl-
>(r and Mrs. Yancy Jerome Fran-
Kheuhottotn, Jove Robinson of the old clans examined them as to eyes, teeth kiln are the receipents of a beautiful
teuin of Robinson and Davis, Fletcher and general physical condition.
sterling silver howl, gift of the Bahais
Henderson and many others who have
It Is memorable and in important nf Portland in honor of their marriage
appeared here recently. 1» C. audl- fart in Negro vital statistics that only formal announcements of which have
letices are noted for their coldness In one little fe ll»« was rejected, faking j ugt been Issued locally,
giving performers the upplause their to pass the rigid tests because of eye
acts merit or deserve
The boys will take part DIXIE STROLLERS GIVE DANCE
In Important sequences of the picture
The dance given by the Dixie Strol-
N E G R O S I N G L h S k. Ai vI NG
founded on the exciting adventures of |,.rg, on Thanksgiving was a decided
FRIENDS FOR THE RACE Burrough s hero of fiction and each of gurress. More than 150 were present
I'HICAUO. Nov 1» ( A N I’ i The nr them will receive dally pay equal to >farion Fullilove. Jane Bryant, and
11.11» Ilf» of ('hlrago l. being enliven that of the average working man.
KlmertRlue StreakIHunter were pop-
ed then» (lay. hv the contribution» of
Attrnri School on Lot
member, of the Green Pant urea Com
At the same time they will not miss
pany. Church»» and clubs both while one minute of schooling, for nine til HOLMES VISITS PORTLAND
uml colored, are hearing member» of tors, including Mrs Mattie Duckett
R0y Holmes, popular around Seat
the cn»l In the role of lecturer»; both are to be In constant attendance. Pur-
motored to Portland. Monday to
"IV I jiwi I" diehard 11 Harrison nml In k the many waits between camera ,pend the day.
hi» understudy. Charles Winter Wood, shots, movement, of equipment or
are In demand constantly for large filming of other sequences they will ENTERTAINS YOUNG FOLKS
gulherlugs uml frequent radio ap be hied away to the studio school
i.eon Johnson, of I'nlon Avenue,
pearances are being made.
rooms and take up right where they wag host to a group of young people
lieu II Atwell, the fine »plrited re left off In their quest of the "three at breakfast, on Sunday.
presentative of the management who Its " Thus their education is pr»t'<
hus shown nil Interest In the welfare t.sl as well as their bodies, as the stall THE KANAMUS RETURN
of the players which has led them to law requires a certain number of
amj v rs. Thomas Kanamu. who
regard him ns a sort of champion, sent hours schooling per day for studio hnve been spending seme time with
s special communication to Daniel children.
the latter's sister in Seattle are ex-
Haynes, Slnnlelgh Morrell and the
pected home soon.
Misses dcnvetieta Washington and
READY MRS. SMITH VISITS IN SOUTH
Kuthetia Matson lust week
Mr. At B IC E N T E N N IA ^ M L J C ^
Mrs Smith, wife of A. Smith, of 410 |
“ To you. and each of you. ntv felici
Vancouver Avenue, popular matron
tations upon your fine contribution In
will leave December loth lo as» the
the beautiful radio program I have Time." ptibllshed hy thè ITnlted States Christmas holidays with her father
Just listened to over WdltM
and son who reside In Fort Worth.
“ It exceeded my expectations which mlsslon and »diteti by John Tnsker Texas latter she will Join her hus
were high after listening to Mr. Hayne
band in Houston. Texas. Mr. Smith
talk from the same station two weeks ls now ready for distribution.
Is popular In railroad circles.
"The management Is Indebted to tennlal llterature. thè hooklet deal» BRIDGE CLUB HELPS POOR
ui|.;tn Bridge Club
v ...» met
you for this contribution to our e f wlth thè mtwlcal background otW ash-
wj|h Mrs ,, c n„ker. hostess
forts to arouse Interest In the attrac Itigtott s day nnd glves thè origin of
loyo,y hon,e ln Montavllla. Af-
tion and to make friends in the com ni neh of thè music to w tildi Ih» Hrst ^ ^
'* * llatmed.
dellclous luncheon, thè
munity and I speak for It In thanking Preuldent
Wnsh Indie» passed thè afternoon at play-
0 T hey also dedded
“ You will be better Judges than I
another basket to the poor at
concerning the value of presenting ington » honor by his contemporarles
be soulful Negro folk songs ns an In In thls grot.p are several Washington "
marcho« and tnlucellancoiia plecea for
_ _ _
which he was the Insplr'atlon.
ciicD Piuns MEETINGS
i a catalogue of isth century muslo CLUB S U S P E N D Í m e e t i n u a
BEN BROWN WAS HERE
lien Drown, of Klamath Kalis Ore
gon passed last week end In Portland
and while here was the guest of Mr
and Mrs Willis Re«d, of 3*3 Cherry
street one evening
The Girls Athletic Club, has elert
ed Its officers for the new year. Miss
Crystab-e Maxwell, pres., Mrs. Ituth
Gor« n. vice pres , Mrs Mary Bird,
secretary, Miss Myrtle Moore, ansis-
tant secretary, and Miss Nanny .Maud
Ivey treasure This club is < arryliiK
oil active work In the athletl« line
and mii'ts every Monday evening at
C. J. Walker Toilet Good,
Spanish American War
2nd and 4th Saturday Nights
( 6 \\ illi.im s A v e .
County Court House
PASSES WEEK END HERE
Bob Robinson, a senior at the Uni
versitv of Oregon passed the week-end
ns the guest of Eugene Carden.
ROSEBUDS ENTERTAIN HUBBIES
The home of Mr. and Mrs William J
Glass wits the scene of the Birthday
Anniversary meeting of the Rosebud
Study Club. Husbands of the mem
hers were the honored guests amt de
licious refreshments were served.
MISSES HOOKER DINNER GUESTS
The Misses Gwendolyn nnd Violet
Hooker were guests at Thanksgiving
dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
MOTHER ILL IN DENVER
. Mr* J A %'W on is In receipt of
**** Intelligence of the serious Illness
*1*>r rn°ther. news of which reached
h**r ,,n Thanksgiving day. Her mother
^ -Mrs. Anna M. Gray and she resides
in Denver, Colorado.
SPENDS VACATION AT HOME
A’ lan Rutherford, a student at Pacific REV. JOHNSTON LEAVES
Rev H Leo Johnston, presiding
College, at Newberg, Oregon, passed
Thanksgiving vacallnnat home with Elder of Zion church, left Monday for
Seattle. Rev Juhnston held the first
conference for this quarter Friday
SAYS NOT MARRIED
In an interview given The Advo- W HAT ABOUT FUEL BUYERS?
i ate, Mrs. B. E. Randolph denied the
Burt Turner requests that some-
report current that their daughter, thing be said about the number of
colored people who have to loosen up
Miss Louise Randolph had married. anq buy wood, now that the cold
Mias Randolph is employed at Kress weather has set In.
where the editor of The Advocate ar- :
ranged employment for her upon her J " " 18 Advocate mail were two in-
vitatlons from the Agricultural and
graduation from high school.
Normal University. One to attend the
A n n u a l Thanksgiving dinner and
The Adventurers club met Friday Homeeomlng football game between
evening at the residence of Mr. and Langston and E l»k, and the other to
Mrs D. O. Hill. Jr . 208 M< Milieu St. the Induction Ceremonies of President
J. W. Young.
CITIZENS CLU BMEETS
MRS. S. REDMOND
The Citizen's Club, formerly the
men's division of the Elks lidge, met
Tuesday eve. at their new hall on
Is now located at
9911 E. 59th Avenue S. E.
Phone Su. 4125
Formerly at 746 E. 27th St. S.
MOTHER WEST ILL
Mrs. West, mother of Mrs. Kather
ine Gray. Is ill at her home on 33rd
Avenue, also Miss Jean Mertdith of
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