The Pittsburgh Courier from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on May 17, 1947 · Page 11
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r THE PITTSBURGH COURIER 41 r Notables The Birmingham Mirror Exhibit - ox - : - : Art s 3 . V - ly MAYO TOAL FORMS TEL 4.7702 3 - 4794 MAY 17, 1947 P - '. r - r" tV Mo An exhibit - f . - irty - one promi - will be held ',?p,'... through June 1. W1 .!.A,y mzht at Car - - r. renter. 1608 M" ,n a nrosrsm stu Uibfii - . ... r..nsor ana pa SIMULATIO A J w h 1 preseniea an? the - Urban Pr''rx" City, includes fc pf 7 if ' a:'? painted by . ( i" ' u'V'l n - 1 nine painniix Waring of Phll - tup art depart - Pa. The ex - fr r.v the Harmon W . - ran l JIB V r LON" - Fife !0 I ; - : . ;M WASHINGTON Cjejten, Miss. rowNS home after h Rev. James 'ill. Mr. Tfevels operation re - Smith is still nit - due to ill TERN MOTEL SMARTEST MOTEL Ifi OS ANGcLtb P , COMrOK I ADLC MODERN ml ACCOMMODA - w$ FOR 1 HfcA I KIWAL InSTS or Wirt for Ruervotiot W West 37th Street v South Western Avenue ftM lOehestef 8805 IODIC DAUZAT. Monoger ''Li? DIAMOND STERLING SIIVK RINGS DOIII DINNER RiNtt. Very neb looKio. 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To h.ln von ' f WlLiTrnj - rred vifamina and min - raJ!!W! - rwWT anioaayooareprac - 'tl'.ttr,. ,r r e pmn. is an idealway. HK7 DAY NO - RISK TRIAL! V ,.. m..h rrtatt th4 DEL - DEX wT'?1'?. "" "' "'ht or yoo atdoo - urn nan iimo; uifg I Kl - lt T.'?? - '' (mm diappantd. iTHra - Z - f.E1 KISE VOU HAVK W"1"" v - i"W 1RY THEDEb - DEX L "1 '.'X. .11. ...1 tJ".'"' '" PT th. ponac - nr?, ' '' Thon if too are net .1 . : ir, . L .. r t nir mmM dK. wm WMIAL UIORATORIU 'M " . Chi,.,. l2, ,., DBt. 50 - i - ?.:; t x . .(,, a ft. iT...SS i "v .J S. C. Acclaims Honor Students Ss. . V 4 ORANGEBURG, S. C. Honor students on the dean's list for the first semester at South Carolina State College were presented in a recognition program at the chapel hour May 5. Honor students were: Joseph Allen, junior; Frank Toland. senior; George Stanyard. sophomore: Artrelle Harrison, freshman; Alma Levant, senior; Alma Curry, junior: Eugene Rivers, sopho more; Ann Pinckney. junior; Eleanor G Williams. Junior; Fred Harrison, senior; Harold Jackson, senior: Malcom. Hunter, unclassified; Bernard Crawford, senior Altamese Latimer, senior; Kdward Crosby, senior; Leila Robinson, senior; Carolyn Alexander, unclassified; Henry Berry, re fresher course; Ruth Fisher, freshman; Ruth E. Williams, senior. END JIM CROW IN WASHINGTON Cape Girardeau, Mo. Curtis Pettit or Chicago was called here recently due to the ill ness of his sister, Mrs. Flora Sides . . . C. B. Blanton was called to Memphis. Tenn., due to the illness of his mother . . . Mrs. Ida Beal and Mrs. Mamie Gibony of St Liouis were called here due to the illness of their sister, Mrs. Maggie Green of Emerald Street . . . Miss Margaret Garrett is up again after being on the sick list. Mrs. Rosetta Carter flew to St Louis on business recently . . . ie Rev. Willard Leake of San Fi. n - cisco, Calif., held a revival at St. James AME Church recently. The Rev. J. N. Harris is pastor . . . Mrs. Francis Cantrell .flew to Jefferson City recently. END JIM CROW IN WASHINGTON Reception Held ii ll 4i.'llil'rl.'' I WRENS, Ca. A reception honor ing Mrs. CJlUe J. Smith Crafton was given recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Haynes. A host of relatives and friends CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank ray many friends In California. Clearwater. ia.: Baltimore Md Oreensboro. N. C. and Charlotte S. C.. for their kindnesses and remembrances to ma during mv recent illness. They cheered ma very much and hastened my recovery. 8!frned: MRS. MART E. BERTRAXD 64 Charlasfield Rtreet Profldence. Rhode Island. Summer School 1947 FuH Quarter's Program JUNE 12 - AUGUST 22 FRESHMAN PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES COURSES IN LIBERAL ARTS GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE TEACHER TRAINING SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING MUSIC SOCIAL WORK PRE - MEDICAL SU1JECTS ENGINEERING Far Infarsutiaa. Write Direct ar af tk SUMMER SCHOOL HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington. D. C. ftal L c. vBBaBBBBBaBaaaBB.aaBBaBaBBBBaBBBBBaBSBBaaaaaaaHBaBW NATIONAL DIRECTORY HOTELS and GUEST HOUSES DETROIT JOTEL McGRAW it ' - 1 'TW4m. WW - ML. B - rnrsta Baths aaa r Room Servtea 'Metb. oa Srrtce L JUS JUNCTION ST. u8 1 O G " 'it. Stop at Detroit's Wl Ita4 .. . n Side Betas Detroit. Mick Fro - , A mm mm aw w BALTIMORE MtlJCN IH BAXTLSIUKSV HASILAAU, Tur at HAL.TLMUic'rs rLNtcarr Hotel York Dolphin St. and Madison Aye. NEW ORLEANS PAGE HOTELS 103S Dryedes St. MA. Btll 7St S. Resapest Sr. MA. f SS2 NEW ORLEANS 13. LA. "Cleanest Plsees Lowest Ritet" I BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMaaa SAN FRANCISCO'S NEW EDISON HOTEL "IN THE HEART OF SAN FRANCISCO" 117 DELUXE ROOMS - 117 S. W. CORLETT. Owner e C. R LANE. M' - 1S40 EIUs St. e WAlsrrt 1.7400 SAN PRANCISCO. CALIF. !! ,OT &irvUon at Ban Franci ftnesf jTotel Waterloo, Iowa PROLIFIC CANNER In Tennessee during Horn Demonstration Week, ours of ferm homes were made, end pantries were inspected. Near Jackson, Mrs. Elizabeth Andereon (center), show home - cenned food supply to Miss Bessie L. Walton, Uft. Stat Extension supervisor, end Miss Emma Person, county home agent. Mrs. Anderson cans about 500 quarts offood every year. By DOROTHY L. LOCKHART The Community a capella choir made its first trip out of the State recently. They rendered a program in Freeport, III:, at the Masonic Temple and at St. Paul Baptist Church. The Rev. A. P. Howard, pastor, snpnsored the program Mrs. Vera Butler and Loretta Brown spent last week - end in Freeport, visiting relatives and friends . . . Reported on the sick list are Mrs. Marcella. Burk nnrl Devetta Williams, both confined in St. Francis Hospital. Russell Laslev and Johnnv Pear son were business visitors in Chi cago and Ohio recently. Thev are representatives or tne CIO organization .. . . The building fund com mittee or tne Elks Lodge sponsored a Truth or Consequence Quiz pro - gram in the club room recently, rother Allen entertained with several piano selections ... A baby shower was given in honor of Mrs. Mary Jane Samples recently at the Catholic Church in Mobile. Her son, Robert Edward, was chris - tended . . . Walen Bookeville of Douglass Street was guest with the a cappeua cnoir in freeport recently. A popular photographer nere maae many pictures. END JIM CROW IN WASHINGTON Cape Girardeau, Mo. Funeral services were held here last week for the late Mrs. Mag gie Green at Second Baptist Church, with the Rev. W. I. Shepherd of ficiating. She was a well - known resident in this city. Besides a daughter. Mrs. Hazel O'Bannon. she is survived by four sisters, Mmes. Gertrude Neil, New York; Ida Beal, Mamie Giboney and Emma Grant, all of St. Louis; and two brothers. Emery Fuller. this city, and Claude Dean, St. Louis. The Parent - Teachers Association held its regular meeting here last week at Cobb School. The water recently handicaping residents of the South Cape has gone down considerably. A num ber of families is returning to the area. The recent meeting at St. James AME Church was very successful. The Rev. J. N. Harris is pastor. END JIM CROW IN WASHINGTON Mrmkrglua lusiness Wcwn renowsNp Speaker at ASTC MONTGOMERY. Ala. Tha annual fel lowship banquet sponsored by the Student Christian Association of Alabama State Teachers College featured Mrs. Gertrude Fisher Anderson, outstanding; Birmingham business woman, as th main speaker. END JIM CROW IN WASHINGTON Lincoln U. (Mo.) Instructor Wins Korrhwestern Honors . JEFFERSON CITT. Mo. F. Nathaniel Gatlin. assistant professor of music and director of band at Lincoln University Mo. . has been elected to PI Kappa Lambda, a Northwestern university hon orary society. . V 1 !SS!m,'mmamamMmaammmmMmMKMWMBBMWiRMmm MISSING PERSONS BUREAU JONES. John Mr aon. formerly lived at 507 Leeton. 12500 Biddle Btreet. Age 23. Last heard of was working for Mo Pacific Railroad as dishwasher. Please come home. Situation all clear now. Minnie - John Jones. 507 Leeton Ave., St. Louis. Mo. KV. 1979. I eut my "Mirror" aran the to To catch. Society, here and there. Bat If I mlM you 1a the rowd. Send arte your newt, wva't you, deavr 1 Alpha Zeta, Chapter. Sigma Gam ma Rho Sorority la Bessemer, of wnicn soror lone P. ciark ir Dan - leu and Mrs. Odessa McKinney, sponsor. Is grateful to the Greek letxer organizations xor tneir con trtbutlon in assuring the success of the Southeastern Regional con ference of Sirma Gamma kdo. The conference waa a grand suc cess . . . Don't miss the Bona aence at the Elks Club in Fairfield Fri day. Mar 16. Music will be fur nished by the orchestra of Charles Driver . . . The Household of Ruth Lodge sponsored a successful pro gram at St. Luke AJ&JS unurcn Sunday, May 11. The Rev. Hubert C. Terrell, pas tor of Emanuel AME Church and instructor at Payne College, was the guest speaker at A. and M. College. Normal. He was intro duced by the president. Dr. Drake His subject, "Christ or Chaos." will long be remembered by all who heard him . . . E. F. Durr. general secretary of the CMS Layman's Council, attended the Laymen's meeting in Jackson, Tenn. GRADUATION EXERCISES Booker T. Washington Business College will hold its graduation ex ercises Tuesday. May 27. at six teenth Street Baptist Church at 8 P. M. . . . The Loyalty and Fellowship Service of the First Baptist Church, Zion City, sponsored a successful .program, using as its theme, "Loyalty to Christ in All Things." The Rev. C. E. Speights is pastor, and Mrs. S. Todd is church clerk . . . The Young Wo men s society or St. Mary AME Zion Church invites all to, a tea Sunday. May 25, on Twenty - eighth Avenues, w est Fairfield Civic League is to be commended for its Clean - up cam paign sponsored by the beautifi - cation committee . . . The P.P.S.C. Club is entertaining at the home of Mrs. Willie Mae Lanier. Hill man Station, June 3. Prizes are to be awarded the lucky contestants Tne ninth grades of Leeds Jun ior High School are planning i matchless evening of fun at their cabaret party. May 23. HOLD MUSIC WEEK Miles College celebrated Music Week, May .5 - 9. The main event was a music festival presenting members of the music department in recital Thursday night. On Fri day, the college held its annual "Miles Day celebration at which time alumni were guests. The fes tlvities were planned by Miss I. M Bryant and Miss M. White . . . The Imperial Club met with Mrs. B. T. Simpson at her home. Specie guests were Mrs. Walton Pinson and Mrs. Means of New York. The religious education commit tee and the education committee of the YWCA sponsored a Mother's Day program at the Y Sunday There was a neatly arranged dis play of religious books in keeping with. Book Week. MARRIED 50 YEARS Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Calhoun eel ebrated their golden wedding anni veraary with ceremonies at Bry ant Chapel AME Church. The Rev. J. B. Carter officiated . . . The (31 ri scouts held their rourth an nual Play Day at Miles College Three hundred and sixty - eight girls and adults registered. There were flag ceremonies, games Brownie Revel for girls, age 7 to 10 years, and stunts. They portrayed folklore and folk dances from all over the United States. The theme for the day was "America the Beau - lful. Mrs. William Marmion is Girl Scout commissioner and Mrs. Johnnie McGregor is chairman. The Women's Mislonrv Union was hostess to Dr. and Mrs. David Johnson and son of Chicago at the charming home of the L. C. Jacksons of Thomas Street. Dr. and Mrs. Johnson are the brother - in - law and sister - in - law of the Rev. Milton Williams, pastor of Congre gational Church. Parker High School's A Cappella Choir presented its annual Spring Recital under the direction or Wil liam S. Henry. Their superb rendition of classical and spiritual numbers made it a pleasure to hear them . . . Mmes. Richard E. Christian, Eddie M. McGhee and Louise Vickers' week - ended at Alabama State College in Montgomery where they made pledgees into the Zeta Phi Beta chapter tnere. APPROACHING MARRIAGE Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Alston an nounce the coming marriage or their attractive daughter. Sadie Mae. to Rudolph Bledsoe, on June 15 at the bride's home on South Third Terrace . . . The Howard McEIraths are announcing the marriage, of their daughter. Ver - nice Yvonne, to James Franklin. The event took place at the home of the Joe McEIraths of North Cahaba Street . . . Wiley E. Dan iels and Dr. R. C. Stewart have JitH Double Page Boy by howard 1500 Only Howard can. give you this Exclusive, real - hair Howard hair - do! e IMAGINE YOURSELF in this thick, luxurious double roll that reaches below your shoulders and from ear to ear! Remember, Howard, and Howard alone, has it. Elastic band makes it as simple to attach as your hat. Handmade of finest, selected real - hair. To order: Tear out this ad. Print your name and address. State hair color wanted : Jet Black. Brown Black. Dark Brown. Or send hair sample. Mail to Howard, address below. We pay postage on prepaid orders only. Send for free Howard Catalogue. 1 aowar tresses Dept. T , 143 West 125th Street, New York 27, N. T. Salon - styled, real - hair attachments Guaranteed: Satisfaction or money back MORE THAN 40.000.000 SOLD IM ALMOST 40 TEARS Other Howard Ral Hair Attachments Featured on Other Paces returned home after in New Orleans. week - ending Sixteenth Street Bantlst Church will be host to "Youth Day" May IS. The Rev. A. C William of Detroit will be guest speaker at S P. M. . . . Mrs. L. S. Gailliard was guest speaker on Mother's Day at aiate leacners tjouege in Mont gomery , . . Tom Hayes of Mem Shis, owner of the Birmingham lack Barons, was the guest speaker for the regular meeting of the . Birmingham Business League. GOOD NEWS Charles F. Anderson, son of Mrs. B. J. Anderson, has. achieved the distinction of. being elected to the uau or r un rrom tne Law School at Boston University . . . The col lege, high school and younger set look forward to the annual festi vities of the Les Rois Club to be held at the Elks Rest May 14 The John Crawford s announce the coming marriage of their attrac tive daughter. Eva Joan, to George Johnson at the New Bethel Bap tist unurcn in tLAst Birmingham rne aaie is June i. The "good times win roll" at a party given by the Golden Star Social and savings Club at the home of Mrs. Lessie Ferry May 16 Mrs. Perry is president of the club. The Blue Eagle social and Savings Club is entertaining with silver tea May Z5 at the home of Mrs. Lacey Nails of Edgewater The sapphire social Club will be host at a smoker at the Golden Star Club Room on Eighteenth Street in Ensley. Booker T. Wilson is secretary. The Ensley Gospel Singers will celebrate tbeir seventeenth anniversary with a program at - the Council School ir Ensley - May 28. HOLD LAST RITES Funeral services for the late Rev. A. A. Williams were held at Broad Street Baptist Church, of which the Rev. J. H. Holmes is pastor. Interment was in Grace Hill Cemetery. The annual program of St. An drew Baptist Sunday School is to be held Sunday. May 18. Th Rev E. P. Pugh is pastor ... Of in terest is the announcement of the coming marriage of Miss Annie Mae Samuels, teacher at Washing ton School, to the Rev. Calvin - Luther Wright, presiding elder of the Florence District. The Junior - Senior Prom of the Fairfield Industrial High School is to be held on May 22 in the school auditorium . . . All the heD cats will swing and sway the sophisticated way at a tea party June 29 at the home of the Gregorys on Fifty - fifth Street in Wylam. 37th ANNUAL SESSION ine thirty - seventh annual ses sion of Mount Moriah Liberty Dis trict Sunday School and BTU Con vention will convene at the New Mount Calvary Baptist Church on May 28 - 30. The Rev. W. L. T. Howze is pastor. The Rev. E. L. Wiggins is president of the BTU and the Rev. W L. T. Howze is president of the Sundav School Mrs. Maggie Butler was called to Atlanta due to the death of an aunt . . . The Hargrove Ellises are announcing the coming marriage of their daughter. Omeea. to Jo seph Bevel on May 38 at Healing Spring Baptist Church. Mrs. Gertrude Anderson was guest speaker for the Student Christian Association of Stat Teachers College in Montgomery at mcir reuowsnip oanquet ... Airs. Alice P. Allen, national rji - eaidnt of the Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, nas returned irom ixuisville, Ky.. where she was guest speaker for the Louisville chapter. She also visited regional conferences in Lansing, Mich.; St. Louis, Mo., and Dallas. Texas . . . Highlighting the Southern Regional meeting of Phi Delta Kappa Sorority which was Hl1 In Wiaml XT'! . I . of the First Congregational Church 0, the wofk "done 'throughout southern states by members in connection with the March of Dimes drive. Concerted efforts of the southern chapters netted the STUDENT NUISI LEADERS T these ywq is entrusted" the leadership of the trueest neety ef the Good Samaritan Hospital School ef Nursing at Charlotte. N. C Left right, .back raw: MUs Valdana Galloway, ef Leeksville, N.'C, sea ior class vica - pratidant, now attending e specialist court at Beitewe Hospital in Now York, along with five other students, and Miss Henrietta Jonas of Lima, Ohio,, treasurer of th senior class. Front row, Uft to drive over $13,000. Mrs. Helen Brown, basileus of N. W. chapter, served as delegate and reported s most successful meeting. WIN FIRST PLACE Parker High School "brought home the bacon from the Southern High school track and relay meeting in Tuskegee. The team of thirteen boys won first place honors in the 100 - yard dash and third place in the quarter - mile relay. Major A. Brown is cosch. and Ed ward Jenkins, assistant. Among those attending from Birmingham were W. w. Whetstone. Willism J. Moore, official: Jesse Word and L. S. Gailliard . . . Miss Brunette Hill is out again after being 111 for a few days. Summer night school will begin at Parker High School June 2. It will run until July 26. William J. Moore is principal. END JIM CROW IN WASHINGTON Kennedy, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson. Mar - evening . . . Mrs. Rebecca Mitchell was guest of Mrs. Ethel Mae Wll - s6n last week . . . Jessie Gordan recently visited Willie Wilson. J. C. Cooper of Cordova was the in city to visit his father who is on the sick list . . . Oscar Jean visited his' grandparents recently . . . Juanita Druen visited friends here last Wednesday . . Birthday greetings to Mary Jean Woods. World! Greatest Eye. Remedy WEAK EYES IIBae - 11 hlM K f ti SAL M. Price $3.00 No CO D. Shipments without 1 deposit House of Youth 170S ESase Artaua. JadneavOle 3. Fla. EARN MORE MONEY ! Sail Dris - Kure Hair Products. Write for Special Offer DERMIS CURA COLLEGE OF BEAUTY CULTURE 479 Tatnall Strt. S. W. Atlanta, Georgia BLEACHES BEAUTIFIES I Vtm miy aa anaiua GREATEST EVER AGENTS OFFER Tsy this Company Hurry Trwrum. hair eVessmg. ahainsoo. etaaek ereaav Saoooraaf, aoap, wr OVER 40 WONDERFUL. ARTICLES ia aJL A $12.90 valua that costs asjr Satiifactiaa or MONEY . 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Prof. Elaetrte Ctlppara Larsa Elaetrla Stove ..... M - TS S1.1A SJ.TS $ijs S - ee $ sass R. F. MARCEL IRONS $g.50 Ales a Ceaalete Lie ef BEAUTY SUPPlltS, PASS SSV. far Frtee LM at Saa,. PC - 1 tlULOoXWHU 44V, p I Indionola, Mbs. right: - Misses : Dork Jeee . M0eeld , ef Le.IivilU - Ky., presides? ef the leaior sclets; Minnie McDonald - , of Louisville, president ef WeH. the' aeaier eta si and' the Student Cooperative Government; .Mrs. lerrh - . Anderses ef Concord. N.' C, Stedeet Cevecil preii dent, end Miss Eve Mae Vaughn ef Leitvitle, chair - : man ef th Publications Committee of the Student Government. The school has thirty - saves students. By T. S. CRAWFORD Richard Thomas of Milwaukee. I'lCV, ail.. 13 I1UU5C KUCSl VI 11 W I uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers . . . Mrs. Eddie Bell and children also of the Windy City, is in town . . . Miss Lovie Montgomery of the Universal Life Insurance Company in Greenwood. Walker en route from Alcorn A. and M. College. Dr. Walker was guest speaker on the Founders Day program at th.' college . . . Maceo Walker is with the Universal Life Insurance Company is Memphis. Tenn. BSB 65 Added to Greek Rous At Lincoln University, Mo. Wis, is visiting friends here . . .! JEFFERSON CITY. Mo. Sixty - Mrs. Luela Berry Turner or Chl - !nv, persons affiliated with Greek was in town recently . . . Anthony Jones of Memphis, was in the city last week. Miss Alma Griffin of Tchula. recently visited her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. George Percy . . .' The Rev. Mr. Franklin, pastor of the Christian Church, delivered the sermon at the Church of Christ. Sunday", May 4 . . . May Day was celebrated by the Indian - ola Colored High School pupils with an excellent program. Stella V. Spann wss crowned queen and Dorothy Y. Taylor, maid of honor Dr. id Mrs. J. E. Walker and a& lorie Woods. Tommie Dixson and!"?1: 5?. Mfceo, Wa,krv P.nt F"irrv Wilartn wr vi.itnr. ar T - Tntv ! onei visii wim air. nu airs. A. n. " - : m - - - - - - - Grove Baptist Church last Sunday letter organisations late last month on the Lincoln University campus. Totals were as follows: Alpha Iota Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, twenty - two; Alpha Psl Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, sixteen ; Alpha . Theta Chapter of Delta Sigm Theta Sorority, ten: Eta Sigma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, eight: Alpha Mu Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, six and Alpha Mu Chapter of 8igma Game Rho. three. m ens jia crow is was in I tin Wilmington Scout Receive Eagle Award WILMINGTON. N. C. Scout Thomas G. Shelton, son ef Mr. anc Mrs. L. A. Shelton of Wilmington - N. C. received the Eagle Scout award Friday night in the St Luke AME Zion Church of Wilmington. The presentation was made by the Rev. R. Hamilton Jeter. mm a e n a - - - I MAKE BIG MONEY, Mlilv No experience needed. 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