The New York Age from New York, New York on May 24, 1952 · Page 16
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Community Honors Educator .. .. 11 1 ... I ' h . I M'A IPJ - I Vivacious Dorothy - Chappelle And Iler Man - of - the - Cloth, the Rev. Edward D. McGowan, tie the knot this Sunday after noon at Kpworth Methodist Church in the Bronx ... Baltimore school - marm Blanche McRae came to town last week to see her cousin, the Rev. Eugene Hicks ordained at St. Patrick's Cathedral, and to attend his first mass at St. Rose of lima in Rockaway, Queens. After mass, . about. SO cousins and well wishers dined with the young - priest at Green Roses in' Rockaway. - . The first Negro priest to be ordained in St. Patrick's, Father Hicks will be assigned to Hyde Park. Jackie Robinson, another "first,' wired congratulations to his counterpart in the field of religion. - . ' Mildred OtUey Hopkins, Back From Japan After Five Tears, Loves it so much until she wants to go back ... And Alice Llnticum, model connected with Model, Inc., of Los Angeles, sailed Wednesday for Paris on the Queen Mary. This beauteous young woman who has appeared in West Coast TV productions has also worn the title of "California Model of the Month." Mesdamea .largaret Hill Griffin, Nana belle Walker Robinson And Eliza Wallace CaHman making extensive preparations to attend com ' mencement at Barber Scotia, their alma mater. Caroline Carruthera Off To Hollywood, Friday, For Ten Days, and a visit witn LaBaker who calls her "Maria." Pal Flo Dixon will see her off.': "'. Those Pioneer Club Supporters Were Out In Full Force Saturday night at George Woods' Red Rooster and we loved the way Jamaica's Joe Coatelkj shelled out $5.00 Just like that, for the good of the cause. And through the efforts of the Bottle at Cork Club, Schenley'a has pledged $3,000, a big drop in the bucket, when you consider that $6,600 is needed to transport the team. And don't forget Bottle and Cork's dance at the Savoy on the 28th. Tou 'may drive away with a car or one of those trips to Helsinki or to Bermuda. If Tou Want To Know The Secret Of Who Shot Who Ask Major Robinson who's walking around like the cat that' swallowed the canary full of information that he's keeping. . Gloria Brown Forsook The Big City For Another Visit la Her old stomping grounds, Washington . ." . Polly Johnson rushed into the Hands Cross - the - Sea luncheon at Castleholm Restaurant, fresh from a jaunt to Phiily ... At the same spot, ex - newsgal Lynette Gittoes' "radar" hat attracted much attention ... The Alton Warehama an - Wl.fVM0 mMWVU. UMMWM ... MW MOW J V U M4M.W I Bookmobile cards depicting its travels around the country? Maude i L. Watkins and the other sorors are sending them out to launch their ' library project. e One Looks As Glamorous As Goldy Day, Dr. Thomas' Wife,! all draped up in net and such . . . And the Dr. Ivory Manleys of Brook - 1 lyn made both the Rinkeydjnks and Delta. And speaking of the Rinkeydinks; they made certain' their "champagne", formal was just that They provided their guests with 10 cases of champagne just to be sure it wouldn't run - out ... And looking very charming were Nadalia Hunt, ad - man Clyde's wife, who's mother Of twins and Chickie Evans .'. ," And "Bookie" says that the secret of her youth lies in the fact that there are two men in her life her husband and her son, who provide her with the things that count ... Glad to see Rhoda and Dr. Edward at Delta Friday. This was ber first dance after an illness of 2 fears. Fishing By Day And Playing By Might At Qoogoe Are Messrs. fitoney Cotterell, Hy Lynn, Ken Murphy and Dick Thomas . . . Did you send a get well card to Phyllis Means or a note of condolence to Daisy Derrick and Marguerite Gill wnose mother Daisy White passed away last week. Rev. James Robinson's services were most impressive and simple. Chick And Lillian Webb Were Very Charming Hosts At Delta Friday. Judge and Mrs. Harold Stevens are staunch supporters of Benjamin McLaurin's Rural Book Club ... Mary and Mac Davies refused to grow old and seem to have discovered the Fountain of Youth. Singer Wyman Carter Back In Town And Making Preparations for another concert . . . Among the many exquisite creations to be displayed by Beulah Bullock at her regular semi - annual fashion show on Sunday at Park Palace Ballroom will be a special costume designed for Travelgulde. Called the Travelook, the new costume is an "After 6 convertible" and will be modeled by Millie Myers . , . And Harlem Branch of the TWCA will sponsor a Soiree Internationale on May 23 in which the special feature will be 30 dolls representing brides of all nations ... Philippa Schuyler joins with Elsie Kennedy, soprano, and Ruth Riddick, dramatist, in concert at Harlem Branch YWCA on Thursday, May 22, under the auspices of the Emma Ransom House Council. ' - ' - . "; And Delta Rhe Omega - Chapter Of AKA Have Again Secured Tavern On The Green for their scholarship luncheon this Saturday at which time Dr. Ben Carruthera of the Human Rights Division of the UN will be principle speaker. - . ' - 'I 0' $ - i i in r" 'ii - rV - r:::. SI A ' in, Reliaiout and civic leaders representing he Greater New York Area gathered at Abyssinia Baptist Church recently at dinner to Day tribute to Mist Gwendolyn Jones, religi ous education director of the world's largest TV : swC2fM sponsored by the parents of the parish which numbers 15,000 members. In above photo, left to right (tested) ere: Mrs. Adam A. Clayton Powell, Sr Dr. Powell, Sr., Miss Jones and Dr. David Licorith. . Standing: Mrs. Laura B, Protestant church. A testimonial dinner wasiThomas and Rev. Maurice Dawlins. Dowling Is Kev UL Head Robert W. Dowling, president of the City Investing Company and one of the nation's top - business and civic leaders, became the sixth president of the National Urban League, when the board of trustees met at the Hotel Commodore last Thursday. Presiding at the onasriinaas election ef Mr. Dowliag, Lloyd K. Garrison, - - retiring, president, landed hie soceeaaoc's aeeeptam - ee . af the eaU to be of greater aerv - ' tee to the elation' eldest later - ' ' racial service agency which has . sixty affiliates im thirty states - P - aebieviag equal eeenomio portualty for Negroes in all fieMs of endeavor. "Despite the act that ka U ana af America' hmttetl man", amid Mr. Garrison, - Mr. Dowling cerates! without keaitation sr mmminmtion kim for the presidency, and I mm aura that under kia Influence, the Vrhun Leagua movement trill remeh mmmm greater keigku im. tkm fn - tsuw than was envisioned for it my aty Ultutrlam avagacssisrs.' " "Pswilng aaUw New Tarker, Uvea at sM Fifth Ave, N.T. C ad is principally eosteerned with ANEAL LODGE "Oil OF THE FMEST VACAT1011 SPOTS III THE EAST I GRAND OPENINQ MEMORIAL DAY iiiwiI ii wn mm i ii .i t'f w s - - SA'""fciiV ! (pa 4"'1 vmmmmmi v. Jt I V. "'"Si, it 5: A i urn i M . Ii.'"" - , - Ltf wwv J iyaikJ '3 f - Mri I ' !! - . . , 1 .: Willi'" ii's)WuwUiAnmfr'ijU. lieil. W m - ffiC M Wlsiieasliiii , Vi,),,sj ir MMiTsT'titr Tissir mV f i ' n. "ln'T TW' ' 11 ' r CRADLED BETWEEN TWO MOUNTAINS IN THE POCONOS WITH LAKE AND 3 FISHING STREAMS NEAR PORT JERVIS. NEW YORK SUMMER ACTIVITIES Swimming Hiking Ping - Pong - Fishing Handball . - Baseball 2 Full Length Feature Films - - Television JANEAL LODGE is modern resort with all conveniences. - There are 205 acres of woodland which provide ample space for tha variety of activities offered. GOOD FOOD OUR SPECIALTY 3 meals served daily. 2 meals served Sundays and Holidays. COCKTAIL LOUNGE - DINING ROOM ROUTES Now Jersey Route 23 to 6 to Port Jervis; take route 20? to Huguenot end watch for Sign. Now York George Washington Bridge Routes 4. 17 and 6 to Port Jervis; or Erie R. R.. ShortUo Bus, or Piano to Port Jervis. From Port Jervis, Route 20? to Huguenot. Vh to 2 hours, from New York City. FOR RESERVATIONS JANEAL LODGE A. LINDSEY E. Me QUEEN Huguenot. N. Y. Phoner Port Jervis 4 - 030o - o

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