The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, April 22, 1933, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    • ATUROAL, APR IL U
1932
T H I
A O V O C A T I
THEATRES - SPORTS - SOCIETY & WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES
EXPU LSION PR ACTICED BV
FASCIST REGIME IN G ERM ANY
YWCA Notes
i —
There « i l l he no Veapar aerrlce. * " rW l»P * ria lt.m The faarlt.t hare
Sunday (tom orrow I. How erer on A
,h' f,r' n« " f NV* r" • * *
pri| noth alia. Uvulae Randolph « . I I m* n and mu.tctau. formerly employed
hare charge of Veppera
ln 0rt,n“ * n <‘“ <er|>rl»ea » » P *rt "* »
murderoua campatpn apainat the Jew«.
Negroes and Aatatlca.
The faariats
The National Asaoclatlon for the Ad­
press la carrylnp an a vicious anti-
vancement of Colored People will
Tb(, Nepm campatpn in an attempt to up
meet here tomorrow at 4 pm
root th < »«id e sympathy with the Ne-
public la Invited
pro peoples developed amonp the Ger
One hundred and thirty four puesta n,* n * " rk,n* ol* * s a 1"* in tellect«* 1»
attended an inter racial luncheon held
here Tuesday afternoon
There were
twelve table. w,«h a colored and « h i t .
hostess at each table The committee
.
j
of arrangement» «a s com face,! of
Mead antes Jesse Grayson. E S. Collin».
R D. Beam W. A King. K Gray,
Thelma Flower«. Clara Ingeraol. Mae
Hill and Mias Grace Steinbeck
Participating in the interesting pro­
gram were Mrs. Katherine Gray, in­
vocation; Mr*. Jesse Grayson, sang a
group of song*, accompainied by. Mrs
Jesse Flowers; Miss Virginia Danjerth
violin solo, accompanied by Mrs Ja-
cobK&nsler: Mrs. Mae Hill spoke on
"The Transforming Influence in the
Life of the N egro” and Mrs. Verne
Dureuburgh on "Cooperation is a Crea­
tor of Values." Mrs. Thelma Flowers.
Chairman of the Committee of Mana­
gement. was Mistress of Ceremonies.
A delicious luncheon was served.
The affair marked the climax to the
atudv of Negro achievements by inter­
racial groups.
SOCIAL
Local News Events
Continued from pape three
' which U tiH lit a thorn In th< aldo of
--------
Mr Fred IV Thomaa. lie . critically
,• a, h., h 'n u .S W C a v e r Street m e
end la expected at any moment.
____
M r« Mary Jone« I« Improved and
able to be up and about again
Whitfield, a member of llv-
M| 0 „ T* U
church, preaented
Mn( M|)drnj w<ly i> liaby ^
» ( lb
by ,h* . ,our * ,b* f N>“ * bor0 mo,b"
an Kaxlor pift. constating of a .«e a t e r
Several of the leadinp bacist paper*
with matching cap and shoes.
b» r * b« * > ,y » • ' ' * * *
“*
lb* •‘«•«hern ruling c l . « to le g a lly
...... ...........................
Misa
Barbara llubhard and Mr
Ivnch the nine Innocent Scottaboro
M„
WrlJthu rU lt lo Henry W o rth .«, both pupil, of l*aul
Hutchinson, arc receiving ’ favors
Germane "P e r A n griff" central fas-
from Salem to Kupene and apatn from
Koaehurg to Medlord and from Shaata
City to McCloud
The acenery Juat
before and after » e entered California
waa gorgeous I am certainly enjoylnp
tnyaelf. thauka to my noble parent»
We leave McCloud for Vallejo or Sac
carmento lom orro« afternoon
Will
»r r lre In Oakland Friday or Saturday
I •«> atopplnp to nlpht with Rev J. It
mills. formerly of Portland
BA KE
AN ACCOMPANIMENT
S AL AD ANO OESS ERT
F O R , tor until ready lo uae.
» RKKZING ir » * « sud vegetatile
conlalnera ut refrlgerslors tra
1 heglnnlng lo do aullreably brevi-
ar duty uow that wartuer w<<alh»r haa
arrlved. It a alt Indlcallon of Ihn In
ereaatng frequency «U h whlch salada
and frttien deaaerta appear un tha
luncheon and dlnner laide
Although
fruita and vegetahlea rerlalnly nerd nu
excusa for »erriti* Il la poaalbla 1«
have such deleclahl# accompaniments
In tbs shnpe of bread slufls. cuoklsa
and tuisiry that M Is quits conceivable
, , i ai|, «ml deaserts could be merely
an excuse Tor baking illese delti-scie»
Knee ulani a Mme T was a major cook­
ing operation lo prepare lull bread*
and paslrtea, bul now. thanks lo the
modern gas refrigerator and range.
even the busiest housekeeper call hate
them « l i b ease
Doughs of «anon»
kinds can be made in advance and
stored in the refrigerator until ready
F
THE PR ESID E N T and PR O SPE R ITY
The President has Congress "on Its
toea." to uae a common phrase Thing*
are happening with such rapidity that
nk, watching
| „ mak„ a OM d llly
Mrs W illie G am elle, of Seattle.
u>H’ n ,h,“ r bryy.dc.at. r - , h. act. In a three-ring circa.
Hut who passed the Easter vacation with
her parents and daughlere III Portland,
0,,,,r n,'“ ° •UMo" K A L K
»11 o f those happenings are the out-
' , l ” Hubbard sat» M.'nday. Wed coming, of a well formulated plan Of returned home Wednesday
■ **dby
|,>hUy of Us*
pl“ v' | course some of them may prove fall-
The luidles Guild of Si Phillips Mis
ln* b* r <' * u » ' ‘ ‘' " " ‘»»"«»e n t and Mr. {Urva but it is at least gratifying to
»Ion gave their annual Fashion Show
Mor,h" "
,nJ Thursday.
that there I. some on. who !.
and dance at the Italian Hall, on Kas
* * " '* * rcomt'an<,‘' 1 br hl*
Ml** | trying So far everything seem , to be
Hill.man Te occasion » a . "Cha- functioning properly
The preaid.ut | «• » M,m<Uy
The affair proved
**'1 Chi" M ‘ pr0|tr!,m
‘ “ e suspi- h«s certainly stirred up the animal.
be a brllllsm success .
CM of ,b* r " r,Un’' ° 0yncU *“ Chur' « " '»»• ' you ran hear the roar of the J
hundreil gueets were In at U.bake. Il< J» C J * » » . « . l l y Urn-
» r o y ,d * l,b * * ‘ “ y ,n fo l‘l *'
b*
try. The leagu e for the Struggle of chea Rev J D. Wilson delivered the defaulting banker as he seeks to es- tendance «ml the ladle, were beaiitl
miHlsrn gas range lisa made tbs häkln*
brief sermons
The wall of the , ful
Negro Rights is one of a number of
. ¡cape the dungeon
, rolorful
.
.. « « » » • »b ile
process as nearly fool proof as possi­
Negro organisations playing a leading
! dishonest promoter is tremulous as he “ '« » 7 oi
m,' n wor* ,h* ‘H,nv* n " "
ble That Is. If the m iliare ie correct
end the time and temperature controle
role In the organliatlon of the nation-
M t
H J TT»0' » on* “ r “ >«■ runs to cover The Power Tru.te snarl »> black
wide protest In a statement Issued pr" P rt* ,or» of 'be Miller A Tracey and show their fangs as he. the Pros!-
I.tvlng mannikins, men and women. for the oven ere properly adjusted, the
Ust week, he leagu e points out
flrm - who h* ’ h*‘,’n
1,1 '* U|' ‘,nd
P » 11» <he savory Muscle Shoals * " ' •
boys, m.idele.1 the latesl baking can't go wrong. The following
cist organ of Berlin demanded her ex
pulsion
The fascist attacks on Negroes have
evoked tremendous resentment among
Negro warker» and intellectuals m thle
country. Many newspapers hare de-
nounced the fascist regime while thou-
sands of Negro w orker, are taking
¡yart in the anti-fascist demonstration
now being held throughout the conn-
bl-
• ^ . t t L k s T N . ^ ; and Jew . * »> ' «<* -
P -«
« « * '"
reflect the political contents fascism to the delight of his friends
———
The fascist regime represents an open
Ivan t'anuadv writes from McCloud
and brutal dictatorship by the German
as follows;
industrial and rich Undlards against
"Arrived safely In Mi-t’ krud at » 00
the revolutionary German working
d a* and the minority groups m Ger- p m
distance » f 4SI m ile, from
many. It is a desperate attempt to Salem That Bunk will step. I drove
f - m under th.er drooUn, Jaw. Oh
y « . 1 The Proeldent Is doing things
and Just as soon as he gets the roun-
try« feet set firmly on the road of re-
turning P R O S P E R IT Y we look for
him to say a word or so lif behalf of
.'rb - Untie and hi. band furnished
IB* music
Then r >11 out
pastry lo oue fourth Inch thlekuaaa.
! Sprinkle with grated che< •• aud p»»r|.
ke. Fold and roll out again, aprlnkla
with paprika
Cut In alrlpa about 4
Inrhaa long and baka In hot oven 1 400*
F I until a light brown.
Bcenaa
1 cups flour 4 teaspoons halting pow­
der.
t»aap.»<n sail. '» cup milk. I Isa-
•poona augar. 1» cup buller. t sgg
Mix and sift flour, baklrg ptwder.
salt and sugar l ‘ut In tha ballar Add
Ihe well bealen egg trossrvKg o small
amount of unbeeton whllel ar I mllk.
Itoll oul and cut In trian*)»»
Hrush
wllh Ib » remslnlng egg whi n. tprlnkle
wllh sugar and place la a gihxs-d pan
t'urer pan wllh wsxsd pepe tu l kesp
In refrlgsralor c.nill resd» I » bake.
II M U
Bake In a hoi oven 1419 I
minutes Fur beat resulta so t >« should
i >ure. el
[ be baked wlthln four or n»
Ihoiieb aben rarefiilly ros
1. good
rseslu bate been ubialue«' « f i » r sis
hours Malte» tu lo 12 acunr i
• wsulsh Ceeklet
N eup bulle« or lubelltule I ■* • sugar.
gratad rmd uf I oran*« I lab - i m or-
sngs Julos, yotks of 2 rggs, 2>s i 2 « upe
pealry flour
sndied frun. Itx e rs or
gutn drope for decorailag
fream su. r sud shortsuli't ttgelber
thorougblj Add uiange julio, ri.nl and
V ."
roc.pe. .r e eep^.aily ad.p.ed io . . .
cookery.
Is formed
Work la flour Is make a
Jelly Cheese Tarla Far (alsds
mlituro flrm enough to knead. A little
t
eup
flour.
4
tablespoons
lard
or
sub
more flour may be abeesatrj. Chill
Mrs Klolse Golden who haa been
etHule. 4 Iskiaagsss« bultsr 1 small
» ‘»Hlng her parents. Mr and Mr«
psrbags soft yellow chess» >» teaspoon orernlgbl. thoe push through a cookie
preea Into «erious abapes cr roll thin
FU N E R AL NOTICES
J Hood, left for her home In Ookland tart Jelly
Hrush
81ft flour and sail together
Work and rat late fancy shapes
fair play to. the moat of the forgott.a » “ ««y
in fat with fork or knife until mlituro
cookie, wllh slightly -.ewien egg
Funeral N otice«
of the nations people, the Negro
looks like coarse meal, Work In soft FOlh- Bsk« at 4J4- F in get oven for
Louie amt his band furnished the
cheese with a fork, then work the m il ( 10
14 minute«
Make« about W
save the capitalist system tottering
music for the Fashion Show and dance lure Into a paste with the hands Chill cookies.
Thomas — At the residence 3 «í N under the heavy blows of the crisis
Easter Monday Night, for the St Phil­ for one hour Roll as thin as for pie
Shaver street. April 20. Fred D T h » , nd the reTolullon. rv u(,p,lr(tt. of the
Rlmeheel Snaps
ips Guild
They went over big and crust, rut In circles, diamonds, squares, j
mss age «9 years, beloved husband of toiUn|t
.,vh a, th(l b lf iBdaa.
v, cup butter. S cup sugar I sg* yulk
many ex,-re»»ioiis in praise of their crescent», or any other desired shape
I tablespoons mllk. ; ‘ y rups fla ir I 1 » «
Mollte E Thomas Funeral Services trU ls U h, Te don?
G<.rtn4nT thaT
wora «e r e heard on all sides
They Put a very small portion of tart red Jet- 1 •Puun baking powder. N tssspoaa salt, 1
wiU be held Monday April 24th at 1 C4n ^ eIpeot^ , to , ttPmpt ln th<1 v .
1 . 1 « ik . . . . . . . „#
.„ .1
... _ square chocolate, meits.1. «» tea p -on »»•
will play again lonlght for a while
‘ enter of each and bake on a n(1|a
p m at the Bethel A. M E Church. nited Su|e, w „ h (h„ ronllnunl deep.
DUCK JORDAN - 3IS-2Ird Ave. Editor phone E«. 1430»
c ooki e sheet or i n e r t e d pa n f or j or 4
dance
.
.... _
< ream buller and sugar, ad* Ihe on-
Larrabee and McMlllen Su. Arrange- enln)5 of the " , Qaomic criall. AIrt>, dv
YVONNE C H ATTE R S - 20« 2Sth Ave. N . East S215, Assistant editor
minutes el 410' F.
. . . . .
...
..
... .
1 beaten yolk of egg. milk and ¡1» r sifted
m enu by Miller and Tracey
Inter- a fascisation of the government appa-
Ckeeee
Straw.«
with
salt
and
baking
powder
a
id
blend
Mr
Dennis
Kimbrough
uf
llwaro.
ment. Lone Fir Cemetery.
ratus is proceeding under the leader- ADVOCATE ON SALE A T BROW N'S
Mt* » Wlnnlfred Ingram spent a
3 cupe flour, I teaspoon salt. I 3 cup j thoroughly, add vanilla
Divide ml*-
Washington, was the guest of Mr and
r
uoraa* » as a
..egree . .cson ship of President Roosevelt in Germa- BARBERSHOP, cor. 23rd A Madison week visiting relative* In Ecrrett, Wn
shortening. I 2 cup buller ire waisr
j turn In half and lo one portion rdd U «
Mrs
Jerome
Franklin
over
Easter
Enterprise Lodge. No 1 Willamette nv „ to aM ln„ the j ew , th„ (be f„ .
______
Mix and sift flour and salt. With two melted chocolate. Roll the wh.‘ e acd
Mr. Kimbrough la the only colored kn!«ea or a pvstry blender, rut In short
Conaiaton No 23; Enterprise Chapter c„ „ dirtKr, |heta. , „ , ck, _ , ttacks ,hat
rhorolata doughs Into Ibtn reel« igubr
bis home ....
He snlng Add enough ice water to make a • heels of Ihe same alle and pia e ore
The Girl Reserves and the Falcon
The A. B C. Club will meet at Ihe man wbl, mutu-s llwaro ....
No C. Eastern Star.
are only less savage than the attacks c ,ub >re contemplating a Radio Re- h<'ine of Miss Odessa Smith next meet baa conducted a business there for »tin dough. Roll oul In an oblong place on lop of Iha other and roll o n ' is d
on the German Communists in an at riew o(
w ^ ^
lng
|h<> ^
f|y# y w a
and dot with bits of butler Fold ends over uniti about two Inches In 4‘ a t F
Crawford - Warren Rayford Craw- lempt to deprtTe the worktn([
" -
lo the renter and fold again to maka
1 er. Chill dough In gat refr*.« • '» ’• r
W^ille
here.
Mr
Kimbrough
attend-
ford. ST died April 14th at the Dniles. of rerolaUoDmry leadc r, hip
th, p. ,h i <“ r,y P‘ M of M‘ v
four layers. Press Iha ends together
for several hours. Then cui l i •* l » a
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The
High
School
Girls
have
srran-
ed
the
A
M
E
Zion
Church
He
acted
Oregon where be worked as . porter nlted States, it is the Negroes who will
and roll out. Dot again with butler,
slices wllh a heated kmfs and « * «
A splendid program was giveu
at ged a lovely program for their Mother as host »0 Mr and Mrs Franklin st
in the Royal barbershop Funeral ser- ^ the obj#ct of hatred aad bktoAy , up.
fold slid roll out Fold again, place In on greased cooaie sheet In a 40>'* 1*.
,he Melho«H»‘ Church by the Christian and Daughter banquet to be given on the Oriental Theater to witness the a covered dish and pul In gas refrigera- | oven until crisp
vices were conducted Tuesday at Id pression For the Jew 1 C
I * 9*!?.11
__Endeavor Society Sunday evening
Saturday. April 22 The program Is as showing of 42nil Street", After sigbt-
a. m. at the Saint Peters Catholic - and
for the Negroes in the United
follows Selection by quartet compos seeing about the city Monday and st
church with Father Sinderhorn. offi- States there is but one road— militant
Miss Bobbie Ellis, of Portland. Ore- ed of i-eona Fletcher. Sarah Oliver, the Fashion Show and Dunce Notnday
ciatinl. Interment at Mount Calvary resistance against fascism in the
Cemetery,
Miller and Tracey in broadest possible united front with th SOn **
MlM V,v,» n Jordan for Justttla liavts and Merry Newton PI- night, he left early Tuesday morning
charge; Mrs Beatnce Reed, attendant. !p
«Tolntion«rv w
h o e '.n
d Negro work
U
* Werk
* no 1,010 by
Alexander and a for hla home
Mr Kimbrough was
revolutionary
white
and
vocal »olo by Wlnnlfred Ingram Mtaa greatly tmprenned with Portland and
Surviving is his widow. Mrs Sadie era and progressive elements.
Minn Marion Burton gave a party .n Yvonne Chatter*.
prenldent of the |t* people and dac Id ad not to watt five
T o n to r u il P a r lo r *
Crawford.
honor of Mis* Bobbie Ellis. Mr Hen club will he Miatreaa of Ceremonie*. year* again to visit her»*,
125 NORTH SIXTH STREET :: PORTI.ANI). OREGON
ry Allen, also entertained in honor of The »¡»eaker for the evening will be .
—. -■ ■ -
Jackson — Funeral services for the
Equipped With The Very Latest, W s A rt In A Position Te Care For
Mi** Elli* at hi* home on 23rd ave.. M n J. Casmon
I Ivan Cannady lefa Tuesday morn
late John Jackson were held Wednes­
- - c t ®vot' e
and Howell street. Sunday night.
lng with Bishop and Mrs J W Mar
day. April 19th at the funeral parlors
Men. Women and Children
tin by automobile for points In f a l l
of Benninghoff A Gaddie, 33$ Sixth
. Sk\V *
FIRST
A
M.
E.
ZION
CHURCH
The
Falcon
Club
held
election
of
of
f u e l» /-«* V i Srrvo E o n I
forni» He will visit relatives In Berk
etree.
14th Avenue A East Pike Ste.
ficem at their last meeting resulting
ley and also In la>s Angeles before
My. Jackson has been a resident of
Rev. H. Leo Johnstone. Pastor
a* follow* Alvester Warfield, presi­
IIO I. Ill) \Y & H O I J J I M Y
returning home
Portland for the past ten years and
dent;
Thick Jordan. Vice-pre*ident;
was employed by the railroad company-
° °
o C * a < ,e
e
Stranger* Especially Welcome
Charley Daniels, secretary and Ernest
The ladles of the Auxiliary of Ser­
part of that time. In recent years, he
W >T
O 6®*
Chandler, treasurer.
geant Joseph White Camp,
of the
served as clerk at the Golden W est
Schedule of Service«
PHONE B RO AD W AY 244»
Spanish-Amerlran War Verteatis will
and the Medley hotels. Mr. Jackson
9 4S A. M — Sunday School
rg..
sponsor a large car party tonight. Sat-
was 42 years old and leaves to mourn
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MOST REASO NABLE IN C IT Y
11 A M
Sermon
urady. April 22nd on Ihe 7th floor o f
her loss, a daughter. Mrs. Mattie Pearl
7:00 P. M. —C. E.
the County Court House. Fourth and
Robinson, of Ringgold. La.
8:00 P. M. — Sermon
Salmon Sts.
There will he a diwjr
The funeral was well attended and
COAL
prise for the one who holds the lucky
the floral pieces were beautiful. Rev
Per ton. . .
$ 6 . 0 0
EBENEZER A. M. E. CHURCH
F U T N E ^ A L P A T *L 0 T *5
number and three prise*
1st 2nd
J. D. Wilson, jiastor of Mount Olivet
And UP
and 3rd for the three highest scores
Baptist church, officiated Miss Hub­
W e Handle A ll Kinds of Coal
23rd Avenue A East Olive St.
made at playing cards The ladles will
bard furnished the music and served
Rev. George F. Martin. Pastor
WOOD
serve a delirious light lunch All for
as attendant
Interment in Lincoln
V ISITO R S ARE WELCOME
L°*d
$ 3 . 7 5
Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. W. D.
only twenty-five cents
Schedule of Sunday Services
319 SIX TH STR E E T
Our wood it dry and
BRoadway 2449
A large number have signified that
Allen who bad befriended the deceased
9:30 A. M. —Sunday School
Cornar ef Market
will pleaea you.
for many years, had charge of the ar­
they are going to attend, and It Is
11:00 A M. —Sermon
PROM PT DELIVERY
rangements.
hoped that every table will be filled
* 80 P M — Varlok C. E.
MISS BAR BAR A HUBBARD. LAD Y
ATTENDANT
Phone EAat 4282
The ladles are making great prepara­
8:00 P. M — Sermon
CH AN D LER
tions for Ihe success of the entertain
PLEASE PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION
• Kraft American and Kraft
ment. The publla la cordially Invited
FUEL A TR AN S FE R
Prayer Meeting Every Wed at 8
TO TH E AOVOCATE
Pimento in new packages
lo attend Ihe post.Easter affair
ISIS • 23rd Ave
Seattle. Wn
and foil.wrapper/ luavea
Strangers Especially Welcome
....................
PHONE EAST 630*
R ATE S REASONABLE
Mr» Cfirence K Ivey and daughter
GIVE ME A T R IA L
Fannie, left Tuesday evening for New
E STIM A TE S FREE
MT. ZION B A P T IS T CHURCH
York for an Indefinite visit with re
PATR O N IZE
Rev. T. M. Davit. Pastor
latl.es
Seattle News
Holliday 8i Holliday
<sv,eS !\ ^
A
I ch Cesi fu e l
•
•
•
The—
G A L A
T H E A T R E
22nd Ave and E. Madison St.
New Management
New Owners
NEW EQUIPM ENT
Everything new except the Name
The
Bevinlnalioff & Cdddie
Schedule of Sunday Services
9:30 A. M — Sunday School
11:00 A. M. — Sermon
P
M
H
Y
p
Fine Choir and Congregational
Singing
Strangers
Especially
Welcome
Cleaners
Expert Clecwere of M e n s Fr Women's W ear
L u stro u s jet black h a ir a ttra c ts m en —
keeps you y o u th fu l and p o p u la r
You may fool yourself into believing that streaked ra<i-
ed hair rr akes no dif/ererre— but you can t fool the man
y ju want Faded hair is a handicap W hy risk unhappi­
ness? . . when it is so easy to have beautiful, lustrous
black hair again!
A $1.25 bottle of G od efroy'i Larieuse French I air C o l­
oring will bring back that charming jet black luster in
ju ft a few minutes. D on't hesitate — be prepared for ro­
m ance— liv e — be youthful!
GODEFROY’S
L
A
french
R
I
E
U
HAIR
S
E
Coloring
1S0A O L IV f STREET - ST. L O U I S , M O
W A R N IN G !
A votJ new - tu n r urj.
roven Im r r o ’f-finTf.
ur over 40 year - (»'■ « «-
r
froy*» L a r ie u s e I a ir
O ilo r in f lias een ir*ed
wit 1 re r ecf resu'ts by
( i i o u s a n J . i l p e o p le ,
’ea-Jer in refltfo m . r*v
• t lc a l a n d « o d a l life .
0
8:00 P. M —Sermon
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT — GIVE US A T R IA L
2229 East Madison St.
(Com er of 22nd.)
8 E A T T L E ------ W ASHINGTON
Y O U K _N E W S !
When you have any news o f Inter*
est, kindly phone It In to Duck Jordan
the editor at Rast 1430. or to hla
assistant editor, Miss Yvonne Chatters
at Rast 2S15.
There Is no charge for social and
local news Items and we welcome
your cooperation.
I
Stewade»s Board No. 1 was host at
a beautiful reception Easier Monday
night al Zion A M K church lo hon­
or Rev. and Mrs. I,*e Hoy Klnard.
Sharing honors were Bishop und Mrs.
J W. Martin, of l^is Angeles. A pro
gram of speeches and music was given
In Ihe Auditorium of the church A fte r­
wards the guests repaired to the
church parlors where they were serv­
ed delicious refreshments snd met the
distinguished guest of honor.
Mrs.
Catherine Gray waa Mlatress of Cere­
monies Mesdames Camp and other
ladles <,1 the church served.
I
——
Mr Gt$>rge Ceunady spent Raster
Sunday with his parents. He returned
to Salem Sunday night end returned
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