Joseph Stanton home from Detroit for visit

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Joseph Stanton home from Detroit for visit - Thirty-ninth first-class Mc-Keesport...
Thirty-ninth first-class Mc-Keesport Fender-son, S'Anes-viile. . of Vn-ien of a o to iiis-burgh of m, 1 ton. D. C.,. after having spent the ho - , idays as the gv.ests of his mother, ; Mrs. Jesse Grey. Mr. Woodson is a j government architect at the T.easury at the Capitol. j On account of many requests the j libera! effcr ef Ore Dollar for a year's i subsc'ipticn to the Courier has been extended to January 1 at which date it will positively cloce. 'S't : .a5fc: ax-;:-: ax-;:-: ax-;:-: ax-;:-: ax-;:-: ' - "A IT"'' , v ORLOF COLLINS, of Clean, N. Y. There a grand musicale at Brown's Chapel church on Thursday evening, January 4, under the management management of S. Nelson Arter. The program will include such stars as Miss Sarah Writt, the famous sopran-no sopran-no sopran-no singer of Pittsburgh; Orloff Collins, the great tenor singer of Olean, X. Y.; Lemuel Brooks noted orchestra, and four artist3 from the blind school with the pleasing humorist, E:nest Scott, who made such a decided hit at Warren church several weeks ago. You don't want to m!ss this rare opportunity opportunity to hear such an aggregation aggregation of stars. ' f '. JAS. Q. GROSS, Messenger to County 1 asurcr Frank Harris. The above is a likeness of Captain Jas. D. Gross, who has received the appointment as messenger to the County Treasurer. Mr. Gross was re: warded for his long and efficient service service in politics in the Third ward. He is prominent among the K. of P.'s, Elks and Masons. WOMEN WANTED. Sunday afternoon, December 31. a the John Wesley A. M. E. Zion cnu ch 4? orAhKr street' th- th- eored womer fnnS 'fl' W OU laSh- laSh- one-.mJ-Hionfy one-.mJ-Hionfy one-.mJ-Hionfy one-.mJ-Hionfy one-.mJ-Hionfy mass meeting. We ssiy old-fashion'ed old-fashion'ed old-fashion'ed because spirituality rather than formality Will be the element element sought after. For one hour it is proposed to fe&'ye closed doors in which time tfct women will discuss and endeavor to analyze many perplexing perplexing present day problems peculiar to themselves and environments. All women who desire new insipartion for the year 1912 are invited to spend the last afternoon of the old year In this great consecration service. Miss Sidney Davis of Keokuk, Iowa, will be the principal speaker of the atternoon. Men will be admitted to the meeting alter 4 o'clock HOLIDAY VISITORS. I Quite a few out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town visitors epent some part of the holidays in Pittsburgh. Mrs. W. H. H. Butler of the A. M. E. parsonage, Washington, Pa., attended attended the Gray-Caliman Gray-Caliman Gray-Caliman wedding on Tuesday. , Mr. Jackson and family ol Wheeling, Wheeling, is visiting relatives here during the holidays. : 4 Rev. T. J. Askew, presiding eider oi the East Pittsburgh district, spent Christmas with his family in South Franklin street, Washington. Pa. Mrs. Joseph Archie of South Side, Pittsburgh, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Gassaway of Monessen. Fred D. Tanner spent last Sunday and Christmas day with relatives in Washington, Pa. Mesdames ia Cross and Daisy Cross of Marion Hill. New Brighton, were shopping in Pittsburgh last Saturday. Saturday. Mrs. M tf. Robinson cf the North Side, "art Mrs. Catherine Andprven ven ''listmas dinner guest u oX Mr. an.l Arrs. Chas." Robinson d ! Reaver F-T13. F-T13. F-T13. .... Mr. snd Mrs. S. O. Wait.r-i Wait.r-i Wait.r-i and '.'daughter. Mit. MonHa. of Washing rn r-i r-i r-i BMnf 'riitma5 ueie aa jguests of Mrs. W Arter s brother. Mr. i inn rc wm r-r- r-r- r-r- r-r- 1 ui.m. Thcs. Andwvoa and James raui o; Monessen. Tii . are visiting inenas over Chrifthas. Miss Martha Burgess avd Miss Marie Marie HoiAt of Pittsburgh, were guests of Rev. and Mrs. C. Addison of Elizabeth Elizabeth oa Christmas. Mis Salters of Monessen, visited in the citv over Christmas. ' Robert Pearl spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pearl of Fulton street, Washington, fa. Mrs. F. Stamper of Monessen. spent iristmas dar among fr:ends here. JosDh Stanton left on Tuesday rhri.rm dar among friends here. - - - Jeft on Tuesday 1 mgui iui uru.v, spent a week at home. His many friends were glad to note that he is looking well and prosperous. Mrs. Joseph Rawlins of Titusville, is spending the holidays with her mother and brother, Mrs. Franklin d Dr. Frank'.in. Among the local students spending the holidays at home hereabouts are Miss Washington of Wylie avenue, and Miss Maude TJordon of iJushton, j who were accompanied home from i Storer college. Harpers Ferry, .by Miss i Dee Clementine Douglass of Canans- Canans- burg. Dr. S. Outlaw Cherry of Pittsburgh, has -left -left the city for a few days to be a guest at a New Year's dinner at the residence of Dr. R. K. Cherry of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa. Dr. Cherry expects to be back at his office January 3. L. H. Fisher of Washington. D. C, I is spending his holiday week from Howard university among his many friends and acquaintances here. Mr. Fisher, it will be remembered, successfully successfully represented a large colored insurance firm in this city last summer. summer. While in Pittsburgh he became so fond of the Smoky City that he decided decided to return at first opportunityA number of social affairs have been given in his honor. . Mrs. Chas. Woods and sister Miss Leoda Giles of Hollace street, spent the holidays at their home in Park-ersburg, Park-ersburg, Park-ersburg, W. Va. . MONESSEN, PA. (By Julius Smith) Thomas Anderson and James Pari were visiting In Pittsburg over Christmas. Christmas. D. W. Williams left for his home in Cadiz, Ohio, recently. Rev. J. T. Johnson received a number number of fine Christmas gifts from his congregation. Mrs. Joseph Archie of South Side, Pittsburg, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. William Gasway.".' Mrs. Stamper spent Christmas day in Pittsburg, visiting friends. The Mt. Olive Baptist Sunday school and the Wayman. A. M. B. Sunday school held their annual treat. The program was well rendered and a large number attended. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Perry of Char-leroi Char-leroi Char-leroi were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lulu Sprlggs on Christmas day. Percy Morris of Lucas street is visiting friends in Richmond, Va. Mrs. Jackson Crawford is visiting in Roanoke, Va. Miss Salters was visiting in Pittsburg Pittsburg over Christmas. Miss Annie Crawford returned home to Homestead after visiting her grandmother grandmother for a few weeks. For the best news read the Pittsburg Pittsburg Courier. West Mason visited his children In Lorain, Ohio, over Christmas. ERIE NOTES (By Margaret J. Kittrell.) The scholars of the St. James A. '"T- '"T- Sunday school rendered their M Xmas program on Tuesday evening. At the close of 'tlle exercises the annual annual treat was given. Judson Saunders of Cleveland, O., spent Xmas in the city-v city-v city-v the guest of Miss Effie Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. J, Rnoces, who has been absent t0m the city for some tie returned home last Tuesday. " Word reached the city that Richard fcoppar, who- who- is sick in a Philadelphia hospital, is stadily improving. Dr. J. B. Hankal ot Knoxville, Tenn., who had spent his summer vacation vacation in our city, is now a practicing physician. He is one of Knoxville's young doctors and has established a good record during the short period he has been in the city. In several of his operations he has brought himself himself into the lime light. He has been successful in curing a case of goitre without the removal of the g.ands. A very masterful cure. No small part of success is due to his diplomatic living living among the people. He bows with courtesy , and delight to every man and woman from the lowly home to the marble mansion. Dr. J. B. Hankal Hankal is well known in Erie' and was made a host of friends during his stay here. He is the son of Mrs. Alice Callens of G22 East avenue, this city. Mr. and Mrs. John Russell gave an euaborate dinner Xmas in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rhodes. ifte nouse was beautifully and tastefuhy decorated decorated for the occasion. Washington, Pa. One of the most brilliant affairs of the holidav season was the reception given on 'Wednesday afternoon by-Mrs. by-Mrs. by-Mrs. T. B Banks in honor 6( Mis. Samuel Caliman (nee V.ey), whose marriage was qelebrfttfcd on Tuesday-evening Tuesday-evening Tuesday-evening at th family residence, Camp street, Pittsburgh. Assisting Mrs. Bank5?! receive were Mrs. Samuel Samuel Calitfrin. Miss . Mardie Grey o: Pittsbwg'h. Mrs. Anna Wheeler, Mrs. Guv Jefferson, Mrs. T. J. Askew and Mri. L. C. Honesty. The parlor and . , ..:f.-iK ..:f.-iK ..:f.-iK A ar-nra ar-nra ar-nra r- r- : tming room were osauiuui... . ' -R-ith -R-ith -R-ith -R-ith Christmas colors, while the : dining tab'.e, which was presided over bv Miss Bessie Smith and Mrs. John ; Cordeck, was adorned with a center- center- Piece of handsome design and on it , silver candle sticks with red and; - , green candles. The as were Banks, Mrs. S. E. Brooks and Mrs Alfred Alfred Crockett. The hours were from a to 5 and at 6 o'clock an elaborate turkev surfer was served the receding receding ladies and aids. In the evening a partv for th young folks was given bv the same hostess in honor of -Mr. -Mr. and Mrs. Caliman. Music and games were the evening's attraction and the guests departed wishing Mr. and) Mrs. Caliman all happiness and voting M.s. Banks a charming hostess. Robert Small and Miss Gray returned returned to Pittsburgh Wednesday evening and Mr. and Mrs. Caliman left on ThuTsdav "morning en rout3 to Cincinnati, Cincinnati, where they will be at home to tlieir friends at 261S Kemper Lane,

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  1. The Pittsburgh Courier,
  2. 30 Dec 1911, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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