The Pittsburgh Courier from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on May 31, 1952 · Page 9
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Saturday, hay zu Iimb " j . o GactiEs ; Gomel jy::CAJVrH MITCHELL f: v ' I - i 1 x1 - ' ' r ' . ' - 1 COtiRlERr TEX.' r. U - fc Off to h" John L. Whitley of Austin, Tex : JUr. Whitley, who Is Wry well jjnowTi in and around Austin as the man who can do what Is needed t0 be done with art and antiques.. His .shop, the Ten Talent ShoD .Biblical name) means that he Is master ol ten" different talents, vfr. Whitley frames pictures, reconditions and refinishes antique old le) frames, mends china and glassware, does cabinet work ;gd seveiai othethlngs lathis line. Before, opening his own shoo ight years ago, he worked for the Bradford Art and Paint Con? lany for Iwenty - six years where he had charge of the art deDart. Jient and several other departments. . j.. SB 13 e"USA& - FT MV ; W4V VH m s into different avenues, espe cially wnea wb ue uauini w uu Jther things; For during the days C Ur Booker . Washington, "Mr, fiitute and was graduated as a Machinist In 1905 after his graduation, rhe was conscripted g, do general" contracting and Sirpentry which he did for the fcxt twelve years. He went , to &n Antonio,, where - he started gilding homes, making them so wtractive that orders came fast Hp never did get ; to even try to become a machinist. . One day while visiting In Aus - fih. he stumbled into Bradford's h Paint Company. This was in liM". He didn't have a contract jt th time - ior owiamg. This its during the time of the first frorld war. So many - of the fcovi had been taken to war that wm asked by Mr. Bradford m help out for a few days. - He id." He was given Jobs as shipping rlerk, salesman, demonstrator, trouble shooter, picture garner and anything which needed to be done. The few days turned into twenty - six years before Mr. Whitley could get away. He enjoyed each day that . he worked for the. company. Mr. Whitley is a member of the Olivet Baptist Church, where he is the announcing clerk and chairman of the deacon board and also of the Mission Educa tion Board. He is also a member of the Travis County Grand Jury Association, - and a member of The board of directors . of the ame association. - He is a con tributing member; of the YWCA, amd a member of the NAACP. Mr. Whitlejt lost his wife in a tmW - . - an automoDue accident a lew rars ago. YOUR COMMUNITY - Austin is : buzzing this week, and will be from now until June l. Colleges and high schools are living baccalaureate services, ;&m Huston and Tillotson are iaving theirs jointly as . they jure been having lor several rears, with the Rev. Warren S. ISaVnbridse, pastor. First Meth - Church, and director, Wes - lev Foundation, Boulder, CoL .Samuel Huston will later in the lay have their commencement exercises on the campus. Tillot son will follow with theirs on .Vonday night on their campus. r SENIORS HONORED The Stenographic Secretarial Department at People's Business College honored the Anderson High School and D. B. and O. seniors "with a special program Friday, May 16. The program consisted of a wort drama, "Boss vs. Secre - reu and incorrect office prac - ices, and the manner in which ton can effect a growing bust - ess establishment The cast of lie play consisted of Misses Srendonly Cunningham, the per - ci secretary; Elizabeth Sibley, pice cieric; the Revi I M. Rob - fts, office boy; Mrs. - Melwn Kittrell, first secretary, and Mel - In Chambers, the boss. - Misse Essie V. idlebird, Mozelle Robin - ton and Mrs. Ola M. Stephens ere in charge of readings, "ConV nderaUon for Others," "Growing m the Job' and "the Voice with i smile," that will prove helpful m the job. IEEE AND THESE Sorry we could not attend the reception honoring Dr. Artemisia waeo last Sunday in San An - ;nio. we wish Dr. Bowden much and happiness. Graduation invltatian arm in f maU everyday. We are glad to receive one from Claude Harold Organ Jr. who Is about to graduate from the medical school of Creighton Uhiversitv in flma. ha, Neb. Claude Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Organ of inisun, 4 ex.. Also an invitation from Gladys Bracy to attend her graduation at TlUotson College. Gladys wIU ue missea m xne aramatic department. The Round - UD nartv whfrh f being sponsored by the National Aiumni ot Samuel Huston College on Friday at Fiji Ciub on Lake Austin, I know will be a lot of fun. Sorry we can't attend, but the "Pyramids" and "Lamns" of the two colleges will beholding their I'ormal at Dorie Miller Auditorium the same night. - All will have a fine time wherever tney go. Talking about mergers, have you heard of this one before? Delta Sigma Theta and Alnh Kappa Alpha Sororities merged and had a wonderful dinner and leuowshlp, last Sunday at the DeLux Hotel. The dinner was in honor of their new members. It was really a swank .affair, all planned by the girls .themselves. Youngsters have no prejudices and hates wish we as oldsters could - pattern after them. . f w m mm damuei nusion joiiege presented its Physical Education Ex hibition tonight in its gymnasium under the direction of Mrs. Hazel Adams. The entire exhibition which 'included sports and tech niques under Mr. Collins, stunts and tumbling, folk, modern, tap ana square dancing was all very entertaining and colorful. Thd dance classes from Tillotson Col lege under Mrs. L. M. Mitchell were guests on the program. Seen in the audience among many friends and visitors were Mrs. Robert Harrington,' the Rev. and Mrs, Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs J. M. McNealy, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mason Brewer, Mrs. Wyatt, Miss Lowry, Miss I. B. Barton and others. Everyone had a fine time listening to Louis Armstrong last week when he; played in Austin. Miss L. B. Wilson entertained the Zo Phangs Bridge Club last Saturday In her well - appointed home. Guests included Mrs. Mil dred Pro thro of Marshall, Tex., wife of Percy Pro thro, assistant agency director for the Atlanta Life Insurance Company, for the State of Texas; Mrs. C. B. Reece, mother of Mrs. C R. Steward of Newnan, Ga and Mrs. Lottie Carraway, dean of women, Tillotson College. Club prizes went to Mrs. Doris Asbury and to Mrs E. H. Givens while the guest prize was won by Mrs. Prothro. THE MAESOKS ENTERTAIN Mr. and Mrs, George Mabson entertained a few friends In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Z. McMillan who drove the parents of Mrs. Mabson down to Austin for Mother's Day. In the party also was Elnita McMillan, , daughter of the McMillans. Mr. and Mrs. Will Stanton enjoyed the trip and the visit with their children. Of course, you . guessed it The supper was .scrumptious. PIANO BEdTAJL , . ! The beautiful home of the C R. Stewards was the setting for the piano' recital of the students of Miss Ruth Norman. Jackie An derson sang a solo accompanied by his sister, Sandra. Piano solos were played by Louisabell Stew ard, Marion Roberts, Jo Echols, Eva Marie Mobsy arid Merle Miles. Most of the children were beginners. Pretty punch and. de licious, cookies were served to the many guests who attended the parlor recital. . i! i - . - ' ' 1 s, ' f i'y y Y i4 mmt - V T - - ' NEW MOLES Pictursd are the new Chsrlofta (N. C.) Moles, whose chapter was established recently by Celesta D. Porter of Norfolk, Va., national president. The Molts had their beginning twenty - five years ago in Norfolk, and within recent years branched out with chapters , in Richmond, Portsmouth, Newport News, Va., and Washington, D. C. Pictured are, first row: Mabel W. Russell, president of the Charlotte Chapter; Btrnica. Plummtr of Newport News and Vivian Dab - nay of Norfolk; Celesta D. Porter. Norfolk; Vivian Riddick, Norfolk, and Sara W, Ashe of Portsmouth. Va. Second roW: Gladys Moreland, Grace Wiley. - .Marqratha Rann. Roberta itrH th cmt.. xft ttit,. Morrow, Anne Warner, Laura Barton and Evelyn Maxwell. Abel received the guests. Host - Third Vow: Shirley W KennedvThcima Colston. Grac Criw. esses for the evenine were: - Mrs. lord. Mat Russell, Penny ferry and, Carolgn ,W. Wyche. 1 m. vj t A. V. : 4 t - ' BRADENTON, Fla. Mr. and .;?''...'. mm. c.u vni.mjtr. Urc i. U. Oast. ' itm Eot. ftvl ArstU Cotoa. tr ad lira. Jj fX Hamtifw. Mr. and Mn. T. K. Jatiami. 11 r. Vraakla lllnaia. Mr. - . Mar CertBtMi, - Mr. - and Sfra. Daa Har - . ray, Mc..'ad Mr., reward WattScld. Mr. H)b PradaT, Mr. Mack Ceoa. Mr. ra4 Mra.' 'Tuiaal UwrtiKi.'' sir. and . Mr. lAMtt V.. Mc. Chart RtfuaatrM. Ur . Oacatr Thtfaaaea. Mrs. lnr Buum.', Mrs. IxXU - Kutfnrtoa. Cc BJtd Mr. X. W. Pun. Mlaa Tbaraaa - Avaat. U: aod M - rsraM Cartar, MIm Xathr.& McLte. Uxt dad Ur.. Mxaoal BMr.. Mlaa.X. O. Wtt.Mra. M. JaaJrtai, M. . ad Mra. J. K.' Orn. Mr. and Mn, Da rid - AM. Mr. aad.Mn. A. Earns. Mr. aad Mra. .Can Wiuiaxo. . . - . . . Mra.' 0rtJa Bar. Mra. 'Asala WaUaiv. Mr. ad Mrs. Svaa) TayW.' Mr. and He. Atac Brtrtoa. Mr. - ad - lira. Carl Mkldir - too. ' Mr. dad . lira; John ' Land, Mc Kaaad . VMda. " Mr. aad - Mra, Umrrrtncj. MHnmom. Mb, JaUloa Kd. Mra, Vom . B. KarttB, W Ka. aad Mra. W. .Jl. Brawa. Mr.. .aad Mr. B. U . IUkm, Mr . Maaaia Brook a. Mr. aad Mra. Ksgia Ran - nton. Mra. - JowpbtaaBaek, Mra. - Dm It r Baaaatt. Mr. aad. Mr. Zafeart Klac Mr . Anal Motor, Mra. - Aaato Maa BaJcar. aad Mra. Tirw ranteoa. Mr. aad. Mi i. Laatar Brawa. .,. fc , . Mrs. Jesse Welch recently celebrated their twenty - fifth wedding anniversary at their home,' 1021 Third Street West. . . - The home was beautifully, dec j orated wjth flowers. t ? 1 During the evening, music was 'provided - by - Mrs. Margaret Smith. Mrs. Margaret U.Blake, and Miss Theresa . Avant. j .Mrs. Gloria Gant registered the gifts and Mrs. Reds McCray reg - 1 - ,:yl:. 1 T I 2ETAS IK WrOVISmM REGIONAL Zta Phi Beta sorors from the Midwest met in St. Louis, Mo., recently, with Xi Zeta Chapter as host. Soror Melanit Madison is Basileus. Presiding over the meeting was Soror Lola B. Greer of Oklahoma City, regional director. Speaker on the public program was National Phylacter,. Soror Ida B. King of Gary, Ind. Among the officials attending were, - second row, Ttft to right: Rena Flake, associate director', of Kansas; Melanie Madison, Basileus of Xi Zeta Chapter; Clefa Saunders,' regional , parliamentarian; Beatrice Jackson, regional treasurer; Josephine Hill, regional secretary; Lola B. Greer, regional director, and Ida B. King, National Phylacter. 7 - M , :. v. - a - aai eta inake'yw"'d!ua. ,)to41acxos4sIUMi rHairOreadajff - ryionns out bi:V.:ta. "ko yotir bsU Us 2 Wr, isswfc to aarj t srsri Te hf'ltt jfaeaiaf vie f'amk fvt hwk, mtfr, S.c r . - . - ' - w - r ft , if'1, ...... ." . A J r 4 COURIER EXECUTIVES HONORED - Mrs.. Jessie M. Vann, president of the Courier, and Mrs. Daisy E. Lampkin, Courier vice president, were honored with a tea in the beautiful home of Dr. and Mrs. Albert W. Dent on the Dillard University campus, New Orleans. Dr. Dent is the president of Dillard. Mrs. Vann and Mrs. Lampkin are pictured with their hosts. Chat - : man' Photo.. - . ',. .. ' Jjesi BreamTitle gners 0i? - MAFAD Shbwf urie - 6 CHICAGO "Designers Dream" is the title of the fashion extra va - gnza that will, delight the public when ' a fashion . extravaganza is presented fTiday, June 6, at the Terrace Casino of the : Morrison Hotel as a part of the convention of ; the National ; Afs jdation ; of Fashion and Accessory Designers. lieaouners in tne snow wui be ICay .payis, former Duke Elling - IP fV'tuttM pttn and atUxrr af VrtcM UHn Opa c Bur. iktat, ''THE LI1 X." tall' all ah ! fk Or pay AwiM, HA 4 - r. Mil Ivc Bur. nd "Hr t Mr, f FRKE Botklat, ''THE LIRPA - Mall HOOd FOR ROME U - X." Tall" all ahout tM fiO - yaar - 14 aiwhod. . Liaa (hMiMnd. ton songstress, and Marva Louis Spaulding, who will modeL Arriving daily are designs from the, organization's ' nine chapters located in New York, Washington, Philadelphia, Detroit. Atlanta, New Orleans, NeWark; and New Jersey. : . Among the originals already on nana are ; gowns from Mrs. ia Veda Bivens and hats from Arthur - John, both from Cleveland; gowns from: Mrs. Lois - Alexander' and Mrs. Artie Bell. Washington. . - Dress designer Mrs1. Frtddye Henderson, n a t i o n a 1 president; and hats from Lillian Head Jiave arrived from Atlanta. 'From. St Louis theVcomrnittee' here has' re - ceiyed hats from MrsMartha Oai - kens, and dresses from Mrs. Eliza - " "l'mL - :vA V - - ft ' :;.'. ' Kate Sue White, Mesdames Jna - nita Reed. LuBelle Hamilton. Ce - lia Washington. Willie Mae Cross, Lucy Hinton. M. E. Harris, Velma .Carter, and Bernice Buckine. :Host was Johnny McNefl. Alter the anniversary at the Welches. the BUckines fof 916 First Street entertained a 'few friends honoring the Welches. .Games and other forms of enter - tainment were enjoyed by alt , IGCEST UST ' "' - i Out - or - town gufM vfisttrtug wara: :Mla Roaemary Hobbard. Naw Oriaaaa. jLa.; ilr. Alma Boyd. Atlaatle Oty. If. J.; ura. iouiaa Wieka. Philadelphia, Pa.: lira. Lucy HIM on. isew Tora: Ur. J. L. Dtx. Miami; Mr. and lira. Arthur Brraat. Tai - larrat: th IU. aod Mra. C. P. A. Bank a. Fort Ijaadardala: tha Rr - and Vn avaair Pondar, Miami: Mr. aad Mra. H. W. Btaka. Mr. J. D. Mather, aad Mr. Jaanor Paul. in. Tampa; Mr. and Mra. Jatnaa Waldaa. W'aat Palm Beach; Mr. aad Mra. WUltaa Paldcra, Orlajido: Mr. aad Mra .Vmu Carter. Saraaota: aad Mr. aad Mra. Jar Jonca. Saraaota. Oueat from Bradarrtoa and Maaata County wara; MUa Kathrra Hotiafnn vim Inaa Stokea. Mr. aad Mra. Joaeati Mraiia. I Mr. aad Mra, T T. . BuUar. Mra. - 1 J ' Foatar. Mra. M. L. liocara. Mra - J.niai cmatopnor. Mra. JtQvrj"a - DAwaa. Mf. Oraat Jobaaaa. Xr. J. aaer Hammoad. Mr. aad Mra. Jama Kajghta. Mr. aad Mra. Jajnaa McClatn. "Mra. ElaAar - Gram. Mr. aad Mra. Joape auektoav Mr aad aara. Joanai aicnau. uia ar. and Mra. W. M. Xonroa. Mr, and Mrs. C. A.' Breaka. Mra. 'Mamia BlaeJunon. Mr. Mack .Dahoaa. aiaa wiaoma J. uiaaiacea. Mr. aad Mra. J. A. Barter, Mr. aad Mra. Jaha c Will Lama, Mr. aad Mra. V. A. Smith. MJaaeo Oplo Pradd aad Marnrat Voting. Mra. Xata Sua WMta. Mra. C. Mantt Bumpa. Mr. and Mra. Cljda Morrar. Ur. aad Mra. Willia Willi ma, Mlaa U. E. Parker. Mr. aad Mra. D. W. Craaa. Ur. aad Mr. Richard Kaad. Mr. and Mra. U W. Bryant. Mr. aad ' Mra. - nulla . I. Jamaa. Mr. and Mra. A. W. Ctaaboaa. Mra. - Joaapttloa Aiktoa. Mr. . and - Mra. E. E. Blanop. Ur. aad Mra. Jallaa Me - Klmtar. Mr. aad - Mra. Ctoarlaa Armatranc Mtt. Etbena Hum, Mra, Manila Look. Mra. TRY TKfW'AT OUfcOCrEMJE a a t iiii.i... - Oil cKYouf Have - Worn Them - ..Yeu'if Wear Nothing Elf Shaw Gals Lore Thin L Ya Will Ure Thsn Ha VIll - I av. - Vm TV. - : - V.' 1 If CUT CAKE - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell of Attante, Ga., cur - their wedding cke following the reception given by the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Russell. The bride is the former Miss Annie Chapmen! daughter of Mrs. George Chapman. . beth Morris. Detroit is so far represented by Mrs. Lee Alma Lwrence and Mrs. Sula Massey! with gowns. All the way from San Antonio are some chic gowns by Mrs. C M. Black, r The three - year - old organization was formed by Mrs. - Jeannette Welch Brown under the sponsor ship of the National Cduncil of Negro WomehV , lov bcus the . attention of the fashion industry on the creative ideas and techniques of young designers. Mrs. Artie Wiggins, Chicago hat designer, is - general chairman of the convention . BEAUTICIANS! Culture Group Is Formed , LOS ANGELES - A unique se ries of forum - lectures, dramatiz ing the contributions of various nations, races and peoples to the culture of the United States will start soon. Carl . E. Hendrickson, principal of Hollywood' Adult Evening ; School, announced' this week. ' - ' ' Named '.'Cavalcade of Culture,"! the weekly sessions will be. - held in the. school auditorium. - 1521 - N. Highland Avenue on Wednesday evenings from 8 X6 10 PM. First session is set for May 28. ... ' The. purpose of the program.' - - - - - . - ; I" - - .w.i.a ... . b - rilpM t:' rTaa Skaar . . ADtaitl nyloN' v:" : 7 - TaBar - ftaaa - f i - " m. vnr" Slack. Saw. :S2es tj - ,A . S - .Sail aad' . 1. t 1 TT1 - ncsaa - f t - I JO.98 . - . Send only : J ' Pay balaaea Vad1 1 1 Ob ach $14.95; Send iirorr - Vrth ortfrv - ucavrsrrr" riat ait LACT. SCAWUXTTCJ $4.95 - 2 for. JUliirn to us in 10 daga for refuB yo mrm no LtQHXta. 1 ft. taSi Wi. - ffcr J7.5G: SCARtETjc - S," Derit."pVl"""T"" Jir JaKii .R. SU DatraH r, Micl; V m f w ...T.k.M ...... . T.t ." tl,''"" a t a 1 charcaa CCD. Send full amecBt and par poatafn. . Mr. Hendrickson announced, .isi pjm. emaa qvadiai to give the residents of Los JUla3?0, .:,' IP.1 reies aenniie. concrere; aemonstrsL! . - rr Uons of the fine, worthwhile .and significant influences which have affected, and1 are affecting, "our speech, art, music, science. food, philosophy. " entertainment - and general" attitude to life - (3rd. CWSr t&Mcl l. . .4tH. . . . . i . . - Saaa0). X aatJaaa S..:.....i.... Ol.apclaaa St.qOL.8aa4 . aaUaca. c 6. t. 3ruU ajnouaiKei5d. San4' PL 1 T MusrEneloVe.$i.OO' i :.Witb Of der. I v 7 utxtt rstsuus v, - VSINt - Ctri:n::r 'iA ;Trtjl Ta .". Oaatpaaad ta f - a - . a"i scuf : - - : - )Na.t f Mi....d nousouorit Eggv TJifctiDiit ' Katftas kaakaaha. lona af 0 aaaorfy. taa4aahaa aad diuiaaaa nay a 4a U aW. 4ova af kidaer f uaatioa. Doctara any r4 kidaay fuaatiom to vary hnportaat to oa4 kaalth. Whaa aomaaTarrday aoa alt tarn, ain aa atraaa and strain, eauaaa thto iaatortajit hiiA.iima.iuif folka suffer anu ria a; aackaaha - loaH miaeraal. Minor bW - aar IrriUlloaa dua to eoid or rnas dart aaay aauaa tattfa ua ulghU or frtajuanLpaJaaaa. Don't aatlaat tovr tdaer it theta ondW tloaa bothaf you. Try poaaVPCto - U4 diaratia. Uaei raccaaafuUy lr atlUioaa far aver 4 poara. Jt'a amaalng how ataay tiaaaa Doaa'a Ha happr rilief (rena thaao diatoay. rtdlBtaAlaaanaaof kldttatnra ana ni i.i.miiiu. (tooimk mnm, (w d.'iuj. ufwl 1,,,.ti,im. 1T m , T u ' 1 1 ' . la . i i I , , ' ' . ..V f ." - i ) " ' i " i y J t m dun: TWTW. rartaud ' - CARSOJfOCL". ha a aaaa nra - aeribad bf Zoetora. mad In IfatMtaia aaa CliiUra amea ZK Kaw (or ffrtt Uma aa - iac offarad ta BaautieUai far osa in anaa ind raaala. If'jetrr )obar cannot repair yau. Tlta for rSCS elrattlar, flvlhg ruU f " - ajiuut tlri - n iirtrtts dus p ctsd . - 1 vn i. t ,r. , : ' OdJaAa: 1 J. Ca, CW 4 - A

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