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ViKK' AfiCORD OF HAPPENINGS.
IN MINNESOTA'S CAPITOL.
r** "Saintly City" and Saintly City
-oiksNewsy Items 01 oocial, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters Among the People.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1921.
All newspapers now-a-days have the
type for their reading matter set on
typesetting machines. The cost used
to be from 71 cents to $1.00 per hour
for this work. Now the price has
been raised to POUR DOLLARS per
hour. Just think of that when you
iriah something published as we must
pay at that rate for every lioe set.
Bear in mind that all social articles
published, occupying more than Four
Lines, must be paid for. Telephone
this oflce, Cedar 5649, and arrange for
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Stewart have
moved to 396 Rondo street.
The case of Memorial Baptist
church has been continued until Jan. I
Miss Lucille Elliott, University
Ave., gave a delightful party in honor
of Miss Olga Wilson, Thursday even
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The Modern Pricilla Art Club met
Wednesday afternoon of last week,
with Mrs. Rosemond Collier, 99C
Miss Katherine Tandy of Iglehari
St., gave a very pleasant party it
honor of Miss Olga Wilson last Sat
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Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Tibbs, 600 W.
Central Ave., entertained Dr. C. E.
Cheeks at dinner, Wednesday, before
his departure for the East.
Keep off these dates, Dec. 7th and
8th, as these are the nights that St.
Philip'* Sunday School Club will hold
its Big Bazaar.Advertisement.
Mrs. D. E. Beasley, who has been
visiting relatives and friends in
Twin Cities for the past few months,
returned Wednesday to Bismarck, N.
Mrs. Jas. Cox, 587 Rondo street,
was called to the sick bedside of her
mother at Kalamazoo, Mich., Wednes
day, she left in the evening to visit
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tot*.: 678 St. Anthony Av.
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Rev. E. H. McDonald, formerly of
St. Paul, now of Hannibal, Mo., spent
a week here on business and was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. Bush, 543
St. Paul ranks twentieth in the list
of ciLies in the United. States with
postal savings deposits of more than
$10,000. The total deposits for Ocexcellent
tober were $686,083.
Mr. M. M. Ferguson of Chicago,
an old friend of Dr. V. Turner,
was a week-end guest of Dr. and Mrs.
Turner and after a pleasant visit re
turned to Chicago.
Mrs. Cora Carr is one of the best
corsetiers in the Northwest. She hasleft
a large clientage among both races,
showing that we can get patronage
if we give prompt and.good service.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Adams, 527 St.large
Anthony Ave., and daughter,
July 1 st
9 3 EaSt FOUrth Street^' ^r?Sdent Rqv,WW.
Saul, King of Israel
Jonathan, Saul's Son
Abigail, Saul's Daughter
Michal, Saul's Daughter
Devid, the Shepherd
Samuel, the Prophet
Witch of Eudor
Messenger of Comfort
Thanksgiving was generally ob
served throughout the city by the
closing of places of busienss, services
and dinners at the cjiurches and spe
cial dinners at the homes of the peo
ple. The day was ideal from a
weather standpoint and most all the
people enjoyed it hugely.
In response to invitation by the
Matrons of the Round Table a goodly
number attended their musical and
silver tea at Masonic Hall on Rondo
St. last Sunday afternoon. Delight
ful refreshments were served, and an
program rendered. The ab
sentees missed a rare treat.
Atty. Charles W. Scrutchin, leading
lawyer of Bemidji, Minn., was in theare
city Tuesday to try a couple of cases
in the supreme court. He gave THE
APPEAL a pleasant call. He was
the guest of Atty. J. Lewis Ervln for
dinner at the Acme Club Cafe, and
for home in the evening.
Mrs. Jeannette Kelly, 950 St. An
thony Ave., was hostess to the Adel
phai Club Tuesday afternoon with a
attendance. Mesdames Cora
Miss Grissom and Maude Brooks were- re-
jceived as members. In the contest,
the best paper on the care of the sick,
the prize was awarded to Mrs. Alice
The Dramatic Cantata
50 VOICES 50
SAUL, King of Israel
IN COSTUMECOMPLETE EACH NIGHT
flfome. Antoinette Grafton, Stoector
TUES. & WED. EVES. DEC. 6 & 7
ST. JAMES A. M. E. CHURCH
Corner Jay and Fuller Streets, at Eight O'clock Sharp
Net Proceeds for New Church Fund
Curtain rises upon a court scene. Chorus sings to victorious Saul,
King of Israel. -Saul is escorted by eight soldiers and attended by his son
and daughters. Samuel the prophet arrives and charges that Saul has not
obeyed the Lord. Saul, agitated, declares the cattle were saved for sac-
rifice. Samuel reminds him "To obey is better than sacrifice." Chorus.
Act 2. Saul, possessed of evil spirits is comforted by Abigail and
maids. Jonathan tells of David whom Saul commands to be brought.
Act 3. Michal comforts Saul. He inquires for David. Duet, trio
and chorus. David arrives, aided by Michal and sextet comforts Saul.
Herald announces approach of enemy. Saul restored leads forth to battle.
Act 4. Jonathan brings news of the battle of Michal. David has
slain Goliath. All sing David's praise. Saul, envious and angry attempts
to kill David. David in exile is comforted amid a night scene. David's
meditation. Jonathan's love for David. Michal's warning. Parting trio.
Saul discovers his children in the woods and demands information about
Act 5. Saul and the witch call up Samuel. Michal pleads her
father to trust in God. Samuel pronounces Saul's doom.
2. David's return. Jonathan announces Saul's death. His body is
bourn across the stage.
3. Jonathan declines* all rights to rule and assists in crowning David
CD. IE! MILLEE, STAGE IMI.AJNVA.a-IEIR,
Tickets for Sale at Church Door After Each Service
Edythella, entertained at 5:00 oclock
dinner Sunday, Dr. and Mrs. L. Ray
mond Hill, Misses Olga Wilson and
NOTICEFor Madam C. J. Walk
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Adams, 527 St.
Anthony Ave., entertained at Thanks
giving dinner Atty. and Mrs. Gale P.
Hilyer and daughter Hellene, Mr. anddence,
Mrs. Jasper Gibbs, Jr., and Miss
Kathleen Hilyer, all of Minneapolis.
THE APPEAL has received the in
formation that Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Esters are now in New York city at
West 18th St., where they will
remain until Jan. 16, 1922, when they
will sail for Cuba, W. I.,.for an in
definite visit.' ',.:._...
Dr. H. L. P. Jones, pastor of
James A. M. E. church returned to
the city, last week. Sunday he preach
ed to a large and appreciative aud
ience. The Men's Club of that church
have launched a movement to pur
chase an automobile for Rev. Jones.
Prof. Arthur Winstead was over
come by coal gas last Saturday. This
was followed by an attack of menin
gitis and he is still under the doc
tor's care at his home, 198 W. Fourth
street. Douglas Lodge, Odd Fellows,
of which he is^ a member, is taking
good care of him.
CASE CAR SERVICEPersons de
siring motor car service for any ocS.
casion may get the use of an elegant
new seven-passenger Case sedan, by
calling at 526 W. Central Ave., be
tween Mackubin and Kent Sts., orLegal
calling up Dale 4730. Rates reason
Owing to the recent examination
and survey of the teeth of the public
school children, which showed the
need, in many cases, of the care of a
dentist, Dr. L. R. Hill, 303-5 Court
Block, will devote the hours from 11
A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, to
especial care of children. Parents,
Something extraordinarily good is
in store for those who are wise
enough to wait for and attend the
Masquerade Ball to be-given by Como
Temple No. 128, Daughter Elks at
Labor temple 416 Franklin street,
near Seventh, Thursday evening, Dec.
8. Tickets including war tax 55
SReese M. Newport, St. Paul, real
estate dealer was in district court
Monday on an indictment charging, in
decent assault on and taking inde
cent liberties with Mary I. Williams,
a colored'girl, at New Canada, June
5, 1920. He pleaded not guilty.and
trial was set for Monday, Nov. 28,
and he was released on a $2,500 bail.
}*KThe Twin City Ministers Associa
tion met Nov. 22 at the parsonage of
St. James A. M. E. ehurch, and after
l-^^^#*ll^ the usual program, the annual el'ec
tion of officers took place which re-
s&. suited at follows:
W. Simmons, Vice *T
MR. CHAS. H. MILLER
MR. J. H. HICKMAN, Jr.
MRS. BESSIE M. EATON
MME. L. ANTOINETTE CRAFTON
MR. CLAUDE JACKSON
MR. J. E. JACKSON
MISS MILDRED KEMP
MISS GLADYS KEMP
MR. WALTER MINOR
5 0 CENTS
Pres. Rev.'. Carlyle Stewart, Sec
Rev. J. J. Evans, Treas. The meet
ing was well attended.
Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Alexander, of
Estavan, Sask., arrived in the city last
Friday for the purpose of-remaining
during the winter. Rev. Alexander
will be remembered as proprietor of
the cafe in the Jewel Hotel on Fifth
street and later was manager of the
cafe in the St. John's Episcopal
Church Club, Portland and Dale
street. Rev. Alexander owns his resi
449 South Hamline Ave., where
he will reside during the winter.
Gopher Lodge, Elks, had a most
delightful Thanksgiving entertain
ment at new Labor Temple, Franklin
street near Seventh, Thursday night.
This was the first time the Lodge
had used this pretty hall and the
patrons were much pleased- with it.
There was quite a crowd from Min
neapolis despite counter attractions
The committee entitled to the
credit for the splendid entertainment
comprise: Messrs. Edward Eastman,
chairman A. J. Todd, W. A. Yeiser,
W. T. Thurston, Chas. Edwards, Eu
gene Gough, Sml. Wright E. Jones,
Sidney Satter, floor managers.
As a result of the election of offi
cers held at St Jame's A. M. E.
church on Nov. 21, 1921, the follow
ing persons are the officers for the
St. Paul Branch of the N. A. A. C. P.:
Dr. I. L. Rypins, President Dr. V.
D. Turner, Chairman, Board of Di
rectors Mrs. Birdie High, Secretary
Paul Crane, Corresponding Secretary
E. Hall, Treasurer.
J. Q. Adams, Press Rev. A. H.
Lealtad, Education W. T. Francis,
Mrs. Elnora Smith, Music Or
rie C. Hall, Charles Weschcke, R. C.
Minor, George Shannon, Geo. W.
James, Mrs. Ethel Maxwell, Hugh W.
Schuck, Mrs. L. M. Benepe, Mrs. An
There are still a number of our men
out of work, and it is to be hoped that
anyone hearing about work of any
kind will report same to Hall Bros,
barber shop, Pittsburg Bid., corner
Fifth and Wabasha Sts. They are
helping bur people find jobs and
charging no fees.
STERLING CLUB NOTES.
The next meeting of the Sterling
Club will be held at Union Hall on
Friday evening, Dec. 2, all members
earnestly urged to be present.
W. E. ALEXANDER, Pres.
B. C. ARCHER, Secy.
'SAUL, KING OF ISRAEL'
Dramatic Cantata of Fifty Voices at
St. James A. M. E. Church.
The people of the Twin Cities may
he on the qui vive for the musical
treat of the season at St. James A. M.
E. church on Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings Dec. 6 and 7, when Saul,
King of Israel, will be sung by fifty
voices under the direction of Mme.
The cantata will be presented in
costumes brought from Chicago for
this occasion and the cantata will be
given in full each evening.
There will be no reserved seats,
first come first served, tickets 50
The net proceeds are for the benefit
of the new church fund.
Tickets may be obtained at tke
church door at the close of each ser
See displayed advertisement for the
Dramatic Personae and Argument.
Mr. Charles H. Miller, stage manager.
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