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2146 Bt. Antoine, Cor. Columbia—-Phone RAndolph 2704 Saturday. Nov. 11. 1933
J it ■y • -m Clubs It took better than an expendi ture of three Rrund to make aTLrtrr changes at the fashionable M, I). L, Hub, anti the swanky nite club, w h I e li enjoys the reputation of heliiK something new and some thing differene. is hotter than hot. It is Detroit’s answer to the last word In expensive, luxurious dc eorations and entertainment. An ideul nite club. Tudor the management of Char ley Wiley, it If making very rapid anti suceeggful strides toward club leadership in this fair Motor City, Wiley’s name is to Detroit nlt« lifers what the name of Campbell is to tomato soup. I only have m mention that the exeoptionally wonderful cuisine of the place is the best in the city and is tlellci on sly tempting for you to even half way understand. Mary Richards and Daisy lloome know'll from coast to coast as the Ronton Sisters is only one of the many new and clever sets. These two charming dancers usurp the spotlight and stop the show with their beautiful costumes and clev er dancing. Daisy and Mary are from the western coast, the Apex Nile Club, in Los Angeles, Doug las Nite Club in Han IHega, and the (Jrand Terrace Nite Club in Chicago, both have worked on the same bill with some of the biggest and best stars in the country, they are good and there seems to be an air of sweet sophistication about them which would make some of their old' friends and us soelutes on the other coast sit up and lake notice. Then there is that chorus of six dancing, singing girls under the direction of that ever clever, vivacious young lady Willn Mae Lane, and they can dance too. The Three Rad Roys from Chicago, namely Hobby Crazier. Hobby Plootc, and Henry Chatman, danc ers deluxe, these three drive the patrons into a franzy of excitement with their clever, fast facinating footwork. Hilly Adams, another BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Physicians Clifford 3364< If no* tharo Call Randolph 6328 Sunday By Appointment Dr. S. W Rushing: Physician and Suriredn Office Hour*: 11 to 2 and 6 8 P. M. 904 Vernor Highway, Cor. H»«tiny« DETROIT I'hono Tempi* 1-0*219 11 (in.'s: 10-12 M 2-4, 7-0 I*. Jl. DR. W. THOMAS LOVE Physician and Surgeon Office nnd Residence 325 East Warren \te„ (’or. Brush Detroit, Mloll. Cherry 0981 Office Hour* 2-4 &. 6 8 Dr. S. H. C. Owen 455 Ea»t Adam* Ave. Detroit Office & IN*s. Phonn: Trln. 2-009*2 X-RAY A. Alan Agree, M. D. PHYSICIAN ANI» SI’RCiFON Former Assndnte of l»r. f. M. Chirk Open Hny nnd Nhrlif* Including Sundays. 903S jo*. Csntpnii. Knrnnm Then!re llhlir. Phones Os. Fit*. 1550 Hoursi II ». n». — I Res. Lenox 7135 35, 7 9 p. in. Hospital. Fltsroy 9119 Dr. O. H. Sweet Physician Office 17(H) Chene St., I p*dalrs Res. 2905 Garland Helroß. Mleh. Ofliee Phone Res. Phone Terrnee 2-8890 Trinity 2-0051 Ofliee Hours: 8:3019:30 n. in. 3-5 & 7-9:30 p. m. Dr. J. P. Watkins Physician nnd Surgeon Hny nnd Nlirhl ( nils tnsnered Ofliee (103 Forest Ate. F. Helroß Dentists Office Hours 9 a. m.—t p. m.—2 9 p. m. Office Phone Gar. 1181— Ree. Phone Euclid 1925 Sunday* by Appointment Dr. Davenport J. grimes DENTIST 4224 McCraw Are., Cor. Scotten Detroit, Mich. By Juan Del Roy Grant tnpplng tap-dancer is another fdmw stopper. Helen Coach Wiles. sweet. < harming and clever to say the least is still a sensation, she Is from Chicago ulso. Helen’s con tract has been renewed and so she is booked for another season at the beautiful black ami tan rendevoitz. Can she tickle the ivories? Well, the ofay customers go for her in a big way. Howard Hunt's orchestra lias re placed .limy Strong. Cmmet Cun ningham has taken the place of Hill Walker as Knicee. Cloye Johnson. Cid Jackson, Johnnie Mae Allen. Hattie Davis. Ollle West and Loriessa Muller makeup the chorus. I lie most brilliant, colorful and glamorous njte club opening in the history of Detroit was Mon day nite a week ago. A fifteen him died Dollar floor show and a five grand house, that’s the whole sub stance of the Plantation, located in tin* Norwood Hotel, tin* house was pnckt’.i ami jammed by the nite life •nobs, and even standing room was at a premium. The handsome and clever manager is Jap Sneed, while Walter Norwood is the wise busi ness like owner and Hob Howe is the snappy classy producer, all add their personality, dignity and pres tige to the smart southern atmos phere of the place. The first floor show went on the floor promptly af one hour after midnite, and the six dancing and singing chorines really opened the house witli their arms, legs, hands, and feet in the air. Frankie Griggs, Kdna Mae Rucker, t.'ornoiia Me Glenn. Claudia Wheeler. Adella Jackson, and Predrlckia Webb are the six glamourous and vivacious chorines. Then came the Three '’oinets, a trio of tap dancing boys from the western coast headed by • hat internationally famous dancer Jack Jackson, Jack is an ex member of (lie itinous Pour Conns, aus, anyway ibis trio really heated up the floor with their dancing, i Dr. Julian Deloney 9819 St. Antoine Ht. • GLASSES FITTED EAIt. EYE, NOSE & THROAT Hours: 10 A. As.—B P. M. Ofliee Phone Cudlllne 2737 Res. Phone: Fuelhl I 0035 Phone*: Office Col. 3227—Re*. Whittier 5352 Office Hour* 10 to 12 1:30 te 5:30 6:30 to 8:30 DR. W. L. POSTLES DENTIST 503 E. Warren Ave, Cor Beaubien Detroit, Mich. DR. W. P. SHELTON DENTIST Office Hour* 9:30 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 5:30 p. m. Cheiry 0974 2217 St. Antoine St. Detroit Ofliee ( Ilf. 0080 Re*. 6403 Sheridan—Phone WH. 2590 Thomas N. Malone DENTIST Hour* 9-12 and 1-8 904 Varnor Highway Detroit I Curt Pyorrhea Ofliee Hours 01. Fll*. 1550 lilNl a. m. 8 p. in. Ileoldenee l<eno\ 7135 Dr. O. O. Sweet Painless llenltst Crowns 17(H) Chene Hfreel Plates I pslnlrs Bridges Helroß, Mleh. NAPOLEON ST. CLINIC II rs. 11KH) to 2 and 4 to 9 CIIEKRY 9725 DIO Napoleon St., cor. llnstinirs Attorneys Office Cad. 6607—Re*. Clif 3997 CECIL L. WARD LAWYER 3135 St. Antoine Detrait WILLIS M. GRAVES Lawyer Euclid 8501 1727 St. Antoine St.—Parle Bldg Alonzo D. Pettiford Attorney and Counsellor At Law 1911 Si. Antaine Streat Residence: 6347 Stanford Jack Jackson. Mary Hopkins and .Marcellus Wilson, three of the dunclußest fools that ever ste ped on a dance floor. Then came Jimmy Mills the baritone crooner singing "Old Rocking Chair,’’ and Jimmy doe* well, itm only a small bit hut he knows how to sell It and make it good, Tho Plve Racketeers of Rhythm, five hoys from the west ern coast. New York. Chicago and Canada, with guitars and tom-toms they stopped the show, the drum mer is Lester Berry, a drum play ing dancing fool who really adds color and rhythm, whoever gave them the name certainly knows how to make them live up to that name and do they live up to it? Don’t ask mo please. Janies Hen nett, John Williams. Lester Berry. Warren Ranks and William Robertson. when it come to rhythm, harmony and red hot en tertainment tliese Plve Racketeers '•an certainly do their part. Jennie* Lagon, is the clever, versatile, lovely little mistress of eeremonles who can wear a tuxedo and make Marlene Deitriech take a hack sent. Avery engaging per sodality, a winsome and contagious smile* and a very lovely little girl Jennie) Lagon is. and we are wish ing her all the happiness, luck and success in the* world, because she is certanly a drawing card and a strong one. "Snake' Hips" Hcud ricks, does his stuff too. much le the, delight of the fair patrons ot the club. Stutz Anelersons Shufflers furnish the music Tor the floor show and for you to dance by, this nine piece dance orchestra is real !>’ good, soft, sweet. harmoniouF and melodious music'and yet it is dance music in all of its moderr form. There are two shows each nite, superb cuisine, soft colored, lights, dreamy music, tin* best floor sho-.v that tan h* found it. Detroit, a real southern atmos phere. add to tins a chorus ->i six feature acts and then you can have a slight Idea of what the I’lanta tion Club is like. Jap Sneed and Walter Norwood are to In* congratulated and thank <*.l for giving to the nite lifers, of this Motor City such a delightful amusement palace and also for tin* excellent array of talent that there is essemhled in the house. Lansing, Mich. News By G. W. Wagner l Mrs. Margaret Carry was hostess i at a Hallowe'en party in honor of ' her two little nephews, Richard and Junior Mask, at the home of (ho youngsters grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hardin. Fifteen little hoys and girls were present. Various indoor games were played also outdoor football, after which a tasty repast was served. On Monday. Oct. 30. the I. N. T. I Club guve a Hallowe’en party, r»t j the home of Mrs. It wile Allen. The home was artistically decorated for the occasion Sandwiches und other refreshments wero served. Mesdames Monday and Halley Har den delighted the guests with for tune-telling. Funeral services for the late Joseph Adams, 53 years old, of 9tS l*orter street, were held Saturday Nov. 4, at the Robinson llarbler Funeral Home. The deceased, who •lied Oct. 30, had been employed at tho Navo Knglne Company for the past eight years. He Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Resale Adams, one son, one daughter, three sisters Mrs. A. Harris, of New York; Mrs. Idlllan ('ruse, of Canton, Ohio; and Mrs. Ada Thompson, of North i Carolina; one brother, Frank ' Adams, of l.nnslng. nnd a host of friends. Rev. Leo of Birch Hired .Church, officiated. Funeral services for Barbara Jane Hunt, infant daughter of Rev. and Mrs. William Hunt, wrh hel l Monday, Nov. 6. at the Rohln son-Barbler Funeral Home, A plav, entitled "School Dnvs.’’ Which was given Inst June, will be repented Nov. 17. by Hnrmonv Council No. 24f! A. V. K. A dance will follow the plan. The east of nlavera comprise eighteen repre sentatives of local talent. More than twenty-five attended tlm social session of the I: B. P. O. K. of W. Nov. 1. A fine program was rendered nnd refreshments served. Musical selections wore rendered bv Daughter! Frances Logan and Kffle Allen. William Matthews sang a solo. The chair man of the Joint committee. Mc- Klnlev Lee, complimented Stiver Loaf No. 534 of the order, nnd snld It Is In the best condition It has been in for years. The progrnm of entertainment was arranged by Dr. Salllo Harden, Virgin Island Work For Jobless Washington iCNS)—PauI Pear son. governor of the Virgin Islands cables from Ht. Croix, that rM of the 800 unemployed In that ettv w||i soon be at work and at, St Thomas 700 of the 950 workless nre to be taken rare of In nubile works projects. The unemployment prob lem hat! thus been solved. Every protect authorised for the wav. The allotments Include roads Virgin Islands is already under building repairs, building n leper asylum, construction of govern ment hotel and building low-cost housing. TOE DETROIT TRIBUNE CLUBS C'IIHISTIAX IXIHSTIIIAL (M il Tho club sponsored a tea last Sunday afternoon at the France* Harper Inn. .Mesdttmes Hilliard. Vincent. Fage and Innas served as hostesses. The table was beauti fully decorated, the decorations having been arranged by Mrs. Dorothy Maudlin. Mrs. Itlevens recited a poem by Frames Hurper, which was greatly enjoyed Mr. Hreitmever. Mr. Mlake and other distinguished guests were present. Tho club thanks all who helped make the tea a success. Mrs. Ilil Hard is president of the organl/a tion; Mrs. K. F. Taylor, cor re sponding secretary. ■g. «. * £. jf TIIF HIAWATHA (IIAHITV \M> AHT I LI R The bouse dress social given by Mrs. Kowena Taylor and given •it the residence of Mrs. Myrtle Polke, dITO Madison avenue Friday evening, Oct. -7th wus a grand success. Mrs, Kdnu Thomas and Mr«. 'Mara Taylor were looking their nrettiest in tlie*ir hint* house frocks. Mrs. Mertliu Parks and Louise Kim; von the prizes from (he donkev •oniest. Maby Louise Dickens also won u prize. (luests present were Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hriggs, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Merry, Mr. and Mrs. WII Mam Parks, Mrs. Mary Knight, Mrs. Marie King. Mrs. Nora Walker Theodore Dickens, George Miller, Dan Ambrose. Clarence Stevenson, Isaac Merry. Mr. Manhunt and Mr. and Mrs. Polke. Members present were, Mrs. Georgia Dickens. Mrs. . Kdnu Thomas, Mrs. Anna Johnson, Mrs. Clayton. * ¥■ «■ TISKK.KK 11,111 The publicity committee of the club met at Theus Photo Studios Friday, Nov. 3. and received re ports which indicated splendid progress made during the past two weeks. Plans were made to cele brute a Penny Contest and the selection of a King and Queen of the occasion. Persons wishing to qualify may see either Mrs. J. .1. Theus, Mrs. L. 1). Malloy. Mrs. | LouvonWt Itavard, K. K. Watson or Julius W. ilockaday. Chairman. They will enter full credit for any one qualifying for the contest which will be held at tin* home of V ■*. and Mrs. James M. Darkless ( iiv! 1 bvitmn Place, Saturday night, I N'ov. lHtti. at 8:00 o’clock. TIIK KM \KT HV.T Ntlt IM. t’U’k The Smart Set Social Club met at the borne of Mrs. Althea Hmlth, 3117 Monroe St. Oct. 30th. The hostess served a delicious i menu. Mrs. Maude won first prise as the best dressed person at n recent Hallowe’en parly given bv fho club nl the home of Miss Ella Mae McDonald. The next meeting will he held with Mrs. Ilnxel Moss, LMSS.I Monroe street. TWENTY TIIWIMKRS SOCIAL CM B The Twenty Thrillers Social Club hold Its regular weekly meet ing last week at 111 If! Mullet! St. Plans were made for another party to he held about the last of the month. Members prosen* were; Daniel Stroud, president. Miss P. Knight. Ist vice preside*!. Jennie Reed. Helen Woods A. Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Ivev Margaret Johnson, and Jos, Sparks. “KINKIUINKH'M LI B XOTFK Or Tuesday afternoon. Ort. .11. tlie "RlnkldinVa" Huh of Detroit held their Hallowe'en pnrtv at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Oeeenldse. Hr»?s Josephine avenue. The table was beautifully decorated with Jack-o-lanternß, witches, and cats and 'goodie*' were In nbnirdance. The prize for the best costume was won by I. Dell. A beautiful eencll. engraved with gold letters "Hlnkl dlnks’ Drive”, was presented her. The prise for the funniest costume was won by Bella Clemons. The of fleers and members of the Hinkl dinks are: president, Iris Bell; vice-president. Margaret Wells; secretary. Roberta Orenldge; treas urer, Mary Ann Clepiors; Bella Clemons. Doris Bell, Hovers Clem ons. Phyllas Patterson, Virginia Hurgon, Vivian McFall and Lillian Jones. TIIF CItITKRIAN ( Ll'll The Crlterlans were entertained by their president Richartl Ander son, last Friday evening. Plans were completed for weenie roast to hr given soon. A delicious lunch eon was served. The guests were Miss Vivian Fields. Kd Merchant. Rounder* Bryant, R, C. Wilson, Orurr Trone. The members present Included Misses Myral Thompson. Rdna Trlggs, Odessa Ellis. Ruth Thompson. Olive Watson, Marlon Moore nnd Messrs. Cleophus Me Henry. Clarence Greer, John Moore and William White. Csrda and dancing featured the amusement of the evening. HAMTRAMCK NEWS lly I.elloy White Well, the football season is over, as far as we arc concerned. With the lining of the Northeastern game, our chances to retain city championship went with it. Never theless, we were defeated but once. Coach Hal Shields started James McMillan in at end. und as stated last week, he was a help to the team. The Girls’ Hockey Team, under Coach Amy Garner, defeated North eastern, - to 1. at IMayfair Field, I Nov. ". Margaret Thompson mad'* one of these goals. The debating squad begins Nov. l<t, with Southwestern. Leonard Troutman, one of the two color* and members, will be on the llrst team. The subject Is "Resolved, That The t’nited Htutes Should Own And Control All Radio Stations." Hy the way, before tin topic of football, our reserve team defeated Northeastern’s reserves in a last minute rully, 7 to »>. Otto Johnson carried the ball across the line for Humtramek. tor the win ning point. He looks promisng for next year's Varsity. The Home Ami The Seined This is American education Week in the Hatulrnmck public schools The superintendent’s otlic* lias sent out letters to parents, in viting them to visit the schools this week. For this week’s Issue, we have chosen to Introduce I .eland Dim , stend, director of vocal music, in llamtramrl High. Mr. nimsteml j catne to Hamtrunick in Ht-d. lie is r. native of Kalamazoo. Mich, and is a graduate of Western State Teacher's College, the I' of M, amt the C. of 1) There have ulwav* been some colored students in Mr. Oltnstead's glee clubs. Slid I.Nt Ralph Hill is recovering from lilt: illness Fanny Unlock is also cnnvalescing. Geneve ()rr and Rev. M. J. Hemlrieth, who have been on the si< k list, are much improv ed. The Votintter Folk 'Veil, the young folk have been extremely busy, lately, a big bunch attended the Housewives’ Sewing Club dame, at the International Hall, Oct. 31. It was a Hallowe’en dance. The funniest costume wan won* by rivsses Scott. Kloisc Green and ’l'healim* Jacks were among those present. II .co Trout mini played •< part in llm (IttmhcH’s debate, sj >red hy the debuting «Ini). Nov. Tim writer’s plea for support of school affairs was not In vain. For the tl re I time ti> many weeks, c \ k larK« number of iUulviiih auvudril t FAST END mviC LEARI E I The East End Civic and Im- I provement League held their re gular monthly meeting, Thursday Nov. 9th at file residence of Mr. I and Mrs. Howell, 44 71 Harding avenue. Mrs. Mae Greenlaw Is president, Mrs. Ethel Andrews, secretary. TIIF PI IMIH Pill SOI 111, CM II The dull met Saturday evening Oct. 28th with Mrs. Minnie Gaskin. The committee on dramatisation reported splendid progress for a early presentation of the drama. Arrangements were made for the annual Thanksgiving dinner to he given at tiie residence of Mrs. 11. X. Thompson. The club was pleas who had been ill tor two weeks, ed to have present Miss \V. Colling. A variety of games featured ill" evenings entertainment. A delicious two course menu was served by the gracious hostess. Next meeting of tin* dull will he held Saturday Nov. 11. Hotel Biltmore DETROIT, MICH. 1926 St. Antoine Theo. Jones, Mgr. Phoned Clifford 266(b—1534 HOTEL NORTHCROSS Rooms Bv Dav or Week Rooms as Low as M. 50 oer Week 2205 ST. ANTOINE STREET Corner Columbia IDEAL LUNCH HOME COOKING .Meals lie and l‘p Wide Variety to Choose from Rive Is a Trial and he Convinced 19.12 St. Antoine St.— flown Stairs REMOVAL NOTICE Herbert U. White Attorney nt law Announces the removal of his Office from 210 State St. to 3tt Reed Bldg. 13V Cadillac Square Phone Cherry MIBO the dance held nfter the debate. There were also a few Visitors from other high schools, includin'? Susie Casey, of Cuss Tech. The officers and members of the debuting (lub wish to thunk tie students for their '<> operation, in helping make the affair a success. The Lucky Twelve club ami the Young Men’s Progressive Club gave dances at Yemuns Hall. N v. " anil J. respectively. This week, let us introduce you to Willie Mae Heskell. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Heskell. of Wi-'miu ster street. Sin* was horn Dee. "s, IftL’tt, and is a student at the Dwyer School. Her favorite sport is las kethall; favorite bobby, daneii g. < ORlvrill \\ BAH IST t 111 Iff II KeV. It. W. Lockett, the pastor, delivered the morning sermon las; Sunday. Communion was administered :.t the evening worship. The Red Circle gave a social, of the home of Miss Jessie Jenkins, of Grundhavcn street. Nov. <i. Tin* Junior choir, unih r the and! reel lon of Mrs. Hutchinson, ha ■ taken on new life ami is progress ing nicely. <lll>\ <ii m:i. m. i:. (hihi ii A v**r.v ini'Tcr.linn discussion at • lit* Hum li last Huiulay evening, in connect ion with the Junior Mission program. The discussion was led l»y Mrs. Ida Hendrleth. In tin* ab scene* ol tin pnstoi the **«*rvi« es were Tarried mi l»v Hev, Hoyd. n local minister linportunt services will be be! ! at tin* cluirch next Humluv. Mini will he furnished by Jack Johnson' Hand. I 11Ic \M d”h The liniutranick t'ivb Aid Club gave a social at the home of Mrs Iris Mutter. \ov. J. The meet inn was well attended. The club i> do itig much civic work. The readers may he interest* 1 I to know there are approximate! v S.OOtl colored citizens in Ham tramck. of whom about I’.btMi nr* registered voters. llamtrnmel. has anew weekly paper, "Tin New Deal." The pnldi cation is ilist rileited weekly. free o' charge and will end* aver to cover ill' news in 1 Inmtnunc!; and North Detroit. It is pnldi;died hv a group of business iiit'U. interested in journalism. lan k to tin* New Deivl. The only heer gardt'it operatt*d hy colored people in Han tramck. will soon he opened at Jos ('ainptiii and. Ooodsen, with Deo (1, Will* i taker uu manager. 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Why chance the “Lone Walchmaker in a Store” and Gamble with your Watch fit ft A lArit* 11 * a* From fcr,> sanJ U» Thtlr Watohat i Jewelers why not you? "&• Don’t Worry-All Repairs Held One Year ANN ARBOR NEWS Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Cromwell motored to Lunaing Sunday, am! were iln* guests of hi* brother l».i\|d t’lomueil and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert < arson ar entertaining id* sister Mi**s llai rlet < ;irsi>n of Cleveland. Ohio, Messrs 1.. Harrison, \V. Cheat.hm and C. Harrison attended a Hal luWf/eji party in Detroit Oct. :il. Ihe Sii wardess Hoards of tin* \. M. K Cliur< ii will give a rhanksßivine dinner in the parlors of tin- ehurrh on Thank' giving oav, .Mr, and .Mrs, W t'oproh and son Mo I .lde, Mr. c. ilarri on ai. l !•’ Sampson motored to Detroit Sun di»> it til weiu Hie attests ot Air. and Mrs. Halph I’attison. Miss. Helen Cook entertained * even of lo r Irietids at a Haliowe’ en party, Ooj :||, The dining roon. and tallies were beautifully deco rated and a da in',\ repast was served. The girls present were: Helen Harrison, Ann Jio k.-oti, l.eolu Knox, Dorothy Honey, Hlorbt Uotu;v, Sara ami Ues i • Holland. The Alpha Sigma Kappa gave a smoker at tin* home of \Ve|' It t’oprtch. on Friday evening Nov. J. Fourteen tnemhers were presen: and the guest of honor were Messs. ti. Vandike. Jv H >t»itisi a. W Motti:tutie. H. Sears, c, iiarrisun K. Watson. H Wilson oi Detroit at ! li. Cart* r of Ypsilanti. HefresJt Itiellls Were •erveil. Tint Ann Arhor Social t'lnh gave :■ party at tlo* Hildingcr i »fe on Frida.. evening Nov. J Second Haptist Notes Hev. Halph Hilbert former pas j (tor oi' ilit- Second liuptint fliure'i 1 delivered ili< i anniversary address iji' • In* mill anniversary «•• •1 •• Ij r:»ii«• n of ilie Dunbar Ci\i< * enter, which was observed al tin* Se. ond Hap list Church Monday evening Nov. •». Ilev Cilbert was gi\en a hearty j welcome. Tin service Sanilay November I ! was 11 i« -< *I > altf*ii(li*il. I Charles S. ('romwell is captain of Hu* Soc.oinl Haplist ('hurcli solicitors lor the community fuin!. whl< h is now in progress, Tim •* working under Captain l'nmiwi*|| arc, Hi v, iW. Carpenter. Mrs. Magnola Lewis. Mrs. Kiibenla !tl:iUi*y. Mr . Knl ert Cat ion, an! I Mrs. Kva Klerbee, Thanksgiving dinner will he served hy the king's Daughter. on Th niksyiving Day. TU.« Cleaners CJuh of which Mrs. Willi** 11. Carpenter is prerdent. set veil a Century of Progress pln'e dinner in the church basement T 1 irsday Nov. !*th. Tin* af’alr was' v.ell attended. Tin* basement was beautifully decorated, and mu*ie wu t furnished by Tio* Jug Hand o' Un* cpy. t v n, n>. a p-oersm was rendered ami was nicely av PAGE FIVE Detroit To Get Postal Alliance Meet Hunt In tied from Page 1) the place of the next District Meet ing in June 19:54. Tin next meeting of the Defroi’ Itrainli will he held Sunday Nov. IT at and p, m. at the St. Antoine V. SI, • . A„ at which time. Mr. An dersor W ill make a complete re port on the happenings in t’hicago, flan Program And Part} Sunday, November 12, the Hraneh is < ndinting the I<eagui Program ttt St. James C. M. 1! | Church, Vinewood near Ktrby, at •I p. in. All memhers and friends I are urged to he present, as a treat >s in store. John Simmons is going n lead the discussion in a modern discussion on tin* new phases of Irt lignuts worship. Mr, S'mmons , is si ‘’ig in religious educe Dior ( Diversity of Michigan. '< !n . .1 Tucker, well known in j musical turtles in Detroit, is also >•* .lie program. Tie* Inaugural cabaret party ami .'rniit of the Allium e is to he held Saturday, November IT ut the Ar •i>ln Temple, dill Kim wood, :i' \hiii time ttu Postal Kmployee* are going tut a jamboree to op**u >!ir. wint'*i s.n'ia’ season. A ver> hilarious and enjoyable time is an *i« ipaled. See pai l advertisement in anollt i l* tint: of this paper l. L. D. Sponsor* Concert and Dance A big concert and ’•nice will 1«> given by he Michigan District of Hn- International Labor Defens* for the purpose of helping to raise '> l1 >ds ter defen: I political pr * mors. Tin affair will lake pla-e on Friday. November 10th at X n m. at the Finnish Hall. . r >9*i9 14th Stre.-t The public is cordially in vited. tended. Mrs. Klim Williams, chair - man is to he congratulated for t 1 e success of the entire affair. Kick members are: Sister Sahr-t Williams. Si-ter Isahell l)av'.*>, Sister Kuth tiveen. Deat on Custer who has been in disposed tor several weeks, was 'able to attend service last Sundav. 1 The t»astor and members art* g'.ad to have him hock at his posl. See and hear iho Cromwell l*n*" which w ill ho rendered on Thwuks i giving evening.