SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1961 News By Madelyne Irvin 133! Lincoln St. The Missionary Society of (he Allen Chape! AME Church will hold its annual fellowship dinner at 6 p. m. Monday in the Goodwill Goodwill hall of the church. Missionary Society members of Phone M4-517J all of Gary, and Mrs. Betty Britt in Evanstoa, III. Mrs. Susie Cagers of trentoa, Ky., has been seriously Ul but is improving. She is a sister of Evelyn Cooper and .Mrs. Dorothy the local churches have becn"fei-|^ier. both'of Anderson x'jted and all charter momrV'-v /,-Â· , . r , ,, . will be given special" recognition!! J, n !Jr o f f I * ^f*,- Mrs. .Mildred Warren presided ! " m /"** a ' 'i 30 ';*"Â· ilay ? al will preside **Â· "Â·""'Â·Â·; the home of the club supervisor, 'Vrs. Madeiyne Irvin, 1935 Lia- i St. Plans for the convention human relations editor of the Indianapolis Indianapolis Recorder, will be the speaker at a freedom fund rallvj , of the local unit of ;he Xaiiona'i' ?' fie " e! " 31 Hosp:'.a! n tediaaapo- Association for the Advancement i !!3 ' was ' a J!o '- h ""s Day guest of will be discussed. ; Louise of Colored People that be held at 4:30 p. m. Sunday at the Allen Chapel AME Church, ICih and Sheridan Sts. Air. Preston, publicity director! her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stonewall Stonewall Tyler, 610 W. 13th St., last Sunday. CLUB CONTENTS The Senior Phyllis Whesily Club of the KCAAP in Indiana spent'" 10 ' Wednesday night at the home his youth in Anderson. His sub-! of Mrs - Ma ..Montgomery, 7ft! W. ject will be "All Freedom or None." Harry Beckham is chai; man of the rally. Trustees of the church will serve the dinner, which will be open to the public. Serving will begin at 1:30 p. m. The program will be held in the auditorium of the church. The girls work committee of the Urban League will sponsor the annual mother-daughter banquet at 1:30 p. m. Sunday at the West Side Community Center. Mrs. Earline Earline Falker, girls work secretary of the League, will be in charge. Kcservations closed Friday. SWIMMING CLASSES Officials of the Urban League has announced that registration for American Red Cross swimming swimming classes at the League pool will be held from May 21 to June 4. Classes will be arranged for bolh children and adults. The swimming program will le under the direction of Mrs. Falker. She will be assisted by .lapheus Woodall and -Pete Rayforcl, members members of the Urban League Swimming Swimming Club. The Senior Stewardess Board of the Allen Chapel AME Church met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Betty Maxwell, 13th and Hendricks Sis. Mrs. Emma White, president, presided. Contest prize winners were Mrs. Evelyn Cooper, Miss Sara Maxwell and Mrs. Esther Yourie. Attending w e r e : Mcsdames Evelyn Cooper, Mary Carter, Esther Yourie, Louise Vaughn, Eddie Mae Washington, E m m a White and the hostess. The next meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. June G at the home of Mrs. Mary Carter, 1529 W. 15th St. Ervin Wright, 2307 Forkner St., is a delegate to the National AFL- CIO Butchers Convention which will be held May 22 to 29 at Chicago. Chicago. He is corresponding secretary secretary of the state union. Mrs. Rosa Harold and her brother, Devec Martin, Indianapolis, Indianapolis, entertained Sunday with a Mothers Day dinner honoring their mother, Mrs. Ray Taylor, Anderson. Anderson. Others attending from Anderson Anderson were Hay Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Wilkins and son, Clifton Clifton Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crawford, Mrs. Ada Crawford, Mrs. Gustin McClure and her son. William; Miss Grace Jones, Mrs. L. Mann and Mr. and Mrs. George Washington. The Rev. James L. Davis, pastor pastor of the Second Methodist Church. Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Aurellia Aurellia Bell Goodwin and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Streaty are attending the annual conference of the church which is being held in Cleveland, Ohio. The parley will close Sunday. Â· Mr. and Mrs. Streaty will visit with his brother, the Rev. Robert Streaty, and family in Columbus, Ohio. The Rev. Streaty is pastor of the Second Method'ist Church at Columbus. ATTEND CONVENTION Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Newsom, Newsom, 1708 Morton St., are attending attending the Usher Board Convention of the Sherman Street Church of God, at Evanston, 111. Mr. Nevv- som is a delegate to the parley. They also will visit with Mrs. Newsom's sisters and their families, families, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bethca and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ellison, ! 14th St. Mrs. Ollie Jane" Weatherly. Weatherly. president, presided. Mrs. Mollie Patterson was chosen to present the S100 scholarship scholarship at Anderson High School on May 26. The scholarship has been awarded annually by the club since 1034. Delegates named to attend the convention of the Indiana Federation Federation of Colored Womens Clubs were: Mesd)amos Ollie Jane Weatherly, president, and Mrs. Mollie Patterson, first vice president. president. Alternates named were Mesdames Mesdames Cornelia Sparks and Mae Newsom. New officers were elected as follows: president, Mrs. Ollie Jane Weatherly: first vice president, Mrs. Mollie Patterson; second vice president, Mrs. Anna Lackey: chaplain, .Mrs. Madelyne Irvin; secretary, Mrs. Pear! Johnson; assistant secretary, Mrs. Betty Streaty; financial secretary, Mrs. Verda Coehran, and treasurer, Mrs. Cornelia Sparks. Mrs. Marietta Wright was chairman chairman of the nominating committee. committee. Contest prize winners were Mrs. Gertie Weatherly and Georgianna Georgianna King. Attending were: M e s d Madelyne Irvin, Gertie Weatherly, Weatherly, Rosa Carter, Deloris Jack, Mollie Patterson, Ollie J a n Weatherly, Lela Whitehurst, Cornelia Cornelia Sparks, Mae Newsom, Georgianna Georgianna King, Pearl Wright, Marietta Marietta Wright, Frances Carter, Mercile Mercile Raymore and Pearl Johnson and the hostess. The next meeting be a pitch-in dinner at 7:30 p.m. June 7 at the. home of Mrs. Mae Newsom, 1304 W. Locust St. ILLNESSES LISTED Mrs. Mary Catherine Taylor. 607 W. 17th St., is a patient at St. Vincent's Hospital. Tanner L y'n n Taylor, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Taylor, is confined, to Riley Hospital Hospital suffering with pneumonia. Churches of the commuity that will conduct Sunday school at 9:30 a.m., worship services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. and youth meetings at 6 p.m. Sunday elude the' following. The churches will hold prayer meetings at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Second .Methodist, the Rev. James Davis; Bethesda Baptist, the Rev. Heiuy McBride; Friendship Friendship Baptist, the Rev. M. C. Williams: Zion Baptist, the Rev. James Mennifee; Wallace Temple, the Rev. Earl Petterson; Second Baptist, the Rev. Robert L. Satui ders; Sherman Street Church of God. Uie Rev. Edward Trinity Baptist, the Rev. George Pearson; Faith Temple, B i Rosa Kamey, Spiritual Temple, the Rev. T. H. Armstrong; Churcl of God in Christ, the Rev. W. Feemster, and Allen Chapel AME, the Rev. F. B. Jones. HONEYMOON HOUSE LONDON (UPI) _ The Duke Kent will honeymoon in the same Scottish house used by his cousin. Queen Elizabeth, on her wedding trip with Prince Philip. The duke, who will marry Katharine Worsley next month, has been given the home of Queen Mother Elizabeth, Birkhall, for the honeymoon. It is in a secluded spot on the royal estate at Balmoral. Balmoral.