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SOCIETY and WOMAN’S PAGE Lydian Ass’n. Celebrates Thirty~sixth Anniversary Sponsors Banquet At Brewster Center The Lydian Association, a charitable organization which was launched in 1897 ,wll celebrat its thirty-sixth anniversary, Friday, Dec. 15, with a banquet at Brewster Community Center. The committee in charge, headed by Mrs. R »#( \ are sparing no effort to r.j.tke this event a most enjoy. ’>K ami memorable one for the Lydian sisters and their many friends. The October and Novembei me tings of the association were very interesting, 'I he former meet ing was held at the borne of M r s. M. Llpskl of Mt. Veruou street, the hostesses being Mesdames J. Par rish. Hillard, a .1 Harberd; the second, with Air*. Marrs of Fisher avenue the hostess being Miss Matthews and Mrs. Huger. The attendance at the meetings is regular, and the committees art wrklng diligently along all lues of helpfulness for the members, and are reacting out into the re spectie neighborhood in whit hthey live. Being a benevolent rganization, the movie of the Lydiun Assoca tiou is to be useful and helpful. It Inviteß others to Join ts ranks, through a specal dispensation of Joining fees which will continue until Jan. 4. W I T 11 T 11 E « YOUNGER SET « By LIY-SSES W. BOYKIN Written by Leonard I*. Andrews, during the Hides sos I lyases Boykin ■ ■ -S Wit lut, true outburst of genuine Yuletido revelery in the uir, the younger Set are outdoing them selves. Yours truly attended the “Plymouth* Varieties’’ at the Schiller Auditorium, and the Deltas Sorority lleneflt Cabaret Party at the Plantation Night Club and the Cos eds Party at the Y. W. C. A. '’ he progra# at the Schiller Halt V, *» very amusing uml entertain lug. The Sniggles Family, was a very‘humorous skil, and Miss Anna lie 11 Hill hold the crowd spell bound with two selection. DeWltt Jones ulso went over nicely with a good rendulion of Without u Song. Among those present were: The Misses Kvu Mcltroom, Surah Davis, Huth Wilkes, Marjorie and Marlon Carter, Marcella Tandy, Caroline Cole. Elizabeth Green, Winifred Welker, Sue Dunbar, Victoria Mi Cull, and the Messrs. Kddle Gra harob, Harry Tapsleo, Andy Hun ler. Men Jackson, Waldo Meek, Lionard Salters, Marvin Coker, Jim and Ooorge Dunbar, Marry Douglas, and Lett Andrews, The Deltas’, Y. W. C. A. and Girls' Friendly affairs were equally well attended by popular members of the Younger Set, You Should Know That; The Sphinx Hub gttve a party at the home of Hill Kemp, on Scottcn avenue Sntunluy night. Punch and wafers were served for refresh ment. The Set danced to records played by Jim Dunbar’s electric phonograph. Those attending were Tin* Misses Caroline Cole, Lottie McDonald, Johnella Johnson, Marion Smith, Vir.de Roxborough, Kli/obeth Green, Margaret Foster, F.lDabeth Moore Krnestn Jackson and the Messrs. Jim Dunbar, J< ini Taegue. John Corney, Joe Jenkins, Page Henjamin, I’lll Kemp, Frunk Penick, Skey Moore, and Den Andrews. The crowd enjoyed themselves very much that night. The Hlg game at the Center be tween D. A. A. and Chicago was called off Saturday, when Chicago faihsl to appear on the courts. Monthly meeting Saturday at the Jerene G. Macklin Teacher of Tolee and Theory iIS F. KIRHV THIN. S IlUl Millie C. Connelly IBAf’IIFR OF PIANO 6120 Iroquois r> H Detroit NEGRO PLAYS FOR Aaatrur Organisation* By Author Os “GOLD STAR MOTHERS," “WHITE ORLY" And Other Plays Call Or Send For Lilt ALMA R. LOVING 911 Gratiot Are., Room 214 Detroit, Michigan. AT QUINN’S LONE PINE 3 . ,Wt« Palmerston. Rlter Hong* Tickets —35c On Sala at places where Placards / are displayed f Local College Women Hold Monthly Meet The Detroit Branch of the Nn sional Ass’n of College Women held i's regular monthly meeting, Monday Dec. 4, at the home of Mrs. Geraldine Mledsoe, of Cooper nve. Avery interesting survey on ‘The Standards of Colleges' was given by Margaret Crossthwaite. The club welcomed three new members, namely, Edith Watson, Muriel Dor’- Say ami Thelma Higgenhothom. During the Christmas Holiday week, the Detroit Branch is plan ning a dance parly, which promises to be a delightful ufflair. home of Miss Keren Davis on l.iecester avenue. The clubs pn>~ (tired the services ol Mrs. Hobin son, St. Matthew’s Church School j teacher, as their sponsor. They I elected Miss Lottie McDonald as a new member. Miss Marion Hawlings, now at Fisk Culver y is coming home to visit in parents on Pennsylvania avenue, during the Christmas holidays. This week’s Who’s Who intro duces Miss Margaret Andrews. Margaret was horn In this elty on April 19Di. She is a graduate of Northeastern lli,M. School, and is now employed at J. L. Hudson Cos. Her favorite sports are Basket hull, swimming and Ice skating. The "Board of Commissioners" are now troubling their It ads over anew and very elusive beauty who lives on Bryden avenue. Site is employed at J. L. Hudson’s, but Hudson’s is so largo. Hurry Tapsleo doesn’t seem to ho able to decide which way his heart turns, one day, In* walks home with Sarah Davis, and the next day day he is seen walking wistful-eyed beside that charming "song bird" Kvu Mi Broom. ****** Limit! EXTRA! Listen girls and hoys: The younger set are giving something different, something new In the form of a benefit dance and enter talnmcht, which will be held Thursday night, I >•»« fl ill, at the St. Antoine Pram'll Y. M. C. A f nr th purpose pf donating sever, i hi. k ets to help needy fandllt. enjoy a bit of Christmas cheer. There will ho no admission fee, ! except a small article of food, such j as a can of milk, a pound of rice or ! beans, a little coffee or sugar, a ! cabbage, or a loaf of bread to help (111 up the baskets, and don’t forget ' to include a little hag of candy or cakes to make some umlerprivi ledg and kiddy happy. This idea was to have been spon sored by IMvsses \V. Boykin, but owing to his tempo-trv lljness, we members of the \ ninger set have decided to take up the project and carry it to successful completion. Thin benefit dance is a fine pro Christmas cocktail with which to whet our appetite for the many holiday festivities looming ahead. It will also serve to impress upon the public the fact that wo younger folk can he serious and unselfish In our efforts to help others, as well as to seek pleosure and en joyment for ourselves. All members of the younger set are expeeted to rally In this under I taking, 100 per cent. The baskets Girl Reserve Com mittee To Sponsor Tea At “Y. W.” The Girl Reserve Committee of the Lucy Thurman Branch V. W. (’, A. is sponsoring its tlrst Bridge Tea at the *‘Y” 635 K. Elizabeth on Saturday, Dee. id, ut - p. hi. The proceeds are for the Christ mas fund to be used to benefit tho younger girls, who are affiliated with Girl Reserve Clubs of the Young Women’s Christian Asso ciation. Many prizes including door pdi/es will bo awarded. The public is 'urged to co operate 1 with the committee and help ll..ike the Tea a success. aiiite music NOTES The Advisory Board of the De troit Musicians Asociution held a tm-ctiig on lust Wednseday night at the homo of the presdent, Mrs. J. Macklin, 54S F* Kirby Ave. Very ratifying reports of the George Matthews Recital the previous week, were received. Plans were made for fie activities for tin j balance of the fiscal year which im Imled a Bridge and Whist Party , in January ond special musical sea lures for the annual Muscat Week In May. The St. John’s Melodians recent ly presented very acceptable pro grams for the St. Paul A, M. K. Church, Detroit, and the Ferndalc Presbyterian Church (while) on lust Sunday. BEST SI BE (I VIC I.EAGLE The West Side Civic League holds their weekl\ meeting every Monday night. This is the oldest organization of our race in the; City of Hamtrainck, being organiz ed Oct. IMI lildl. The object is civic, social and welfare work. At a previous meeting our guest speaker was K. S. Henry, a young I man of the race who has traveled | throughout the country speaking. He delivered a wonderful lecture, his subject was "The Benefit of <)rganlzutions”. I We are sorry to hea rthut Mr. Bulla, a faithful member of our Club has left for Texas on a bus iness trip for the automobile com puny in which lie is a salesman. We wish him success and a speedy I return. The West Side Civic league >s giving an entertanmeni at the home of tlm presdent, 11405 Dyar St., on December IS. AH friends and members are invited. This is for ilie benefit of Christmas gifts to the needy children, Janies K. Burleigh, president. William Rich j erdson, vice presdent. Jolm Bell, secretary. Dorcas Society of Detroit To Give Charity Ball The Dorcas Society of Detroit will present their annual charity hull and cabaret party, Thursday. Her. at the Artistic Temple. They will feature streetH of Paris, with tun and dancers. Mu ic by (Poster Current.* Night envales Tin* public is Invited. Admission r.Oe. will be packed at the "Y* Thurs day night aiitl distributed before Saturday, Dec. 23, by representa tives of the hunch, to such needy families as the group may select. Let each one do hsl hit and help In* Santa Claus, In this worthy of fort sponsored by Boykin. The name of earli boy and girl part lei paling will he published in this column, the waek following the benefit dance. Well, young folk: I hereby ter minate my mediocre writing for this issue, and bid you “Auf Wledersehn" until next wek. - o - Our advertisers are your friends. Patronise them. They help the Tribune. LOST Ladle*' White Gold Wrist Watch twoon ft7<’*9 Scotten and 4108 Iron - wood Ave. Watch had 8 red sap phirea and 4 diamond*. REWARD Mr*. J. Loras Euclid 9118 W fiins I run wood BIG DANCE By Jolly Four Social Club FRIDAY NIGHT* DEO* 22nd ITIE DETROIT TRIBUNE CLUBS SHIRT SET SOCIAL (IIP Tile group met with Mrs. Altbela | Smith, :sll7 Monroe street, Dec, 4. Cards featured tin* evening’s en tertainment. All members were present. The next meeting will lie with Mrs. l.enuu Kwen, -251 E. Lafayette. HOIIKHMNTM SOCIAL CLUB The cluli was entertained by .Mi*, and .Mrs I). C). McGhee, tho president presiding. After the bus- InesN session, the evening was jeycnitiK was enjoyed at bridge. The hostess served a deleetahle ill. heon. The next meetiiiK will jbe with Mr. and Mrs. Parker, 04.‘J Owen uvenue, Saturday, Dec. IC. All ineinhers are asked to be present. \V W I. RA STIDV 4 LI’IJ Tlu* New Era Study club met at Central Cmmunlty Center, Tuesday Dee. r». The club is making pre pa rnt ions for the plays to be Riven soon. After the business session, Mrs. Ernestine Walker presented tho following program: Christmas sug gestions, by club; book review,’ Brown America’, by Mrs. Beatrice Terrell; ‘What Is Socialism?.’ Mrs. Krnestine Deuce; piano solo, by Mrs. Kthel Set t. The hostesses, Mesdames Viola Ilardiman and Gertrude Pettiford, served a dainty repast. *#* # * MODKIINISTIC SOCIAL I'Ll It The club gave a successful tenth er party, Saturday, Nov. 25, ut the Hut r»j:ts on li:trtl street. Mrs. Por tia Jones was winner of the tirst | prize*; Mrs. Myrtle second. The tlub is grateful to all the new members and their many friends for helping make the af fairs a success. * 1 CARNATIONS GIRLS SOCIAL < LI It The C. (!. S. club met with Mrs. 1,. Brown, HOS Forest avenue Fri day. Dec. S Whist, bridge and 800 were tlit 1 features of entertainment. A delicious luncheon was served. On Saturday night Dee. lfi, the i lub will give a pre-Christmas party at r>2<‘» Warren ave. Friends are invited. Cash prizes will be given away. o - - NORTH KNII SOCIAL ITEM (It) Mrs. M L. (>111) The Young Women’s Peerless \ri club met Thursday with Mrs. Henrietta Crawford of Klim St. The meeting was well attended and a lovely services was outlined tor the annual Christmas donations by the president, Mrs. C. Lindsay. Mrs. 1.. M. Hendricks was appoint ed assistant pianist. Mrs. Ivon Mays gave an interest ing report on our race study, which will lie a project of the club in the new year. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Coutes of Hartford St. * • * • The New Idea Social dub met with Mrs. Irene llanks In Wilkins St. Plans were completed for the contest to he held Friday night, Dec. 16th, at the home or Mrs. Mattie (lenders in Goddard St. The contestants are Mrs. K. D. Held and Mrs, M. L. Gill. The next meeting 1 will be at the borne of Mrs. Irene Edwards lit ■ De tuindre St. • • • * Miss Grace Jenkins, vice pres ident of the Young Girl's associa tion won the ticket selling prise in I the support of Mrs. M. L. Gill, for North Detroit's most popular presl j dent. She will he awarded this prise 1 at the Victory party, given by the North End Social club on Dec. 28. Miss Gladys Harrell also made a noticeable showing. • • • • Dr. and Mrs. Bradshaw were the guests of Mr. and Mrs Tilltuau, K. Gill Sunday at their home In God dard St. Mrs. Hradshaw is a member of North Knd Social club. IN BUSINESS AGAIN >lr. I>. Mo»e*, HM2 E. Wirirn At*., uniKinfM Hint hf l» »**l« In buslnm* n« mr**nt for a tla* Hu* n( l.adlr* and Gent's Appnr*l lit* U limidlliiv a supply of the bent trood* of this kind In the market, whlrh ho will be |i|p»»ff to allow you, If you will tin re him rail on jou at year residence. DETROIT TI’SKKGKE AH MM The social attlulr, given the Do troit -Tuakegee chapter, on the evening of Dec. !•, at 5238 23rd st., was well uttended and enjoyable. A report of the activities will lie made in full Sunday, Dec. 24, ut the St. Antoine Branch Y. M. C. A. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. | Mitchell, Mrs. Dove, Mrs. Camp, I Mrs. Knight, Dr. Murphy, Mr. Sal Mr. and Mrs. Darkness and many ohern. • * * • Ml.VK'lt LEAP (Li lt The Silver Leaf Business club located at CIS K. Warren uve., is stil prgressing under the direction of H. Moore. The club was deliKhtfully en tertained by Mrs. Vaney and the ladies op the First CloiiKressional club last Wednesday evening. The ladies rendered u program of nice talks and reading, after which they were served delicious refresh ments. There will be u motion picture program every Tuesday night. Every one is invited. SONOVIOAO (Li lt There will be a party given by the Sonovidad club Saturday. Dec. Kith at the home of Mrs. T. Wasli ington. 447 Clairpolnto ave.. There will be prizes given away. Every one is invited to attend. Mrs. Fanny Johnson, president, Miss Geneva Walker, secretary, Miss Bertha Morris reporter. * * * * SOPHISTICATED NINE BRIDGE CUR Miss Carrie Mills of Milford ave., was the charming hostess to the Sophisticated Nine Bridge club on last Wednesday evening. She de lightfully entertained with lunch eon utid bridge. Mrs. Mabel Mos eley won a beautiful **rl/.e and Mrs. Thelma Wisdom, a "Tooth some" Consolation. THE I. W. A. <'El'll The club began their new year last week, having distributed their Christmas funds. They were enter tallied by Mrs. Will Prince of Elba Place recently. During the Christmas holidays the ladles of the club will entertain their husbands at a dinner party at the home of Mrs. Rhodes. The organization has on a mem bership drive. *# * * SOPHISTICATES CU B The Sophisticates, n recently or ganized Girl Hesere Alumni, wore hstesses at a tea, gien at the home of Miss Bonnie Bethel, of Beech - wood avenue. An inspiring talk on “The Development of Personality’’ j was given by Mias Portia Bethel. Members present Included Misses Bonnie Bethel, Louise and I Julia Blackman, Kurile MacCaraon, Thelma Crumpton. Vetra and Sooo ta Jordan, Aphelin Uorton, Maud Sewell Annie Wellington, Buyllssn Willoughby. The officers are: Annie Welling ton, president; Louise Blackman, vice president; Maud Sewell, sec retary; Kurile MacCaraon, treasur er. #»« ## TWENTIETH ( KNTI KY (LI B Miss Mary (’ole an du number of other guest wero royally entertain ed at a Thanksgiving dinner given at the home of James Jenkins nt Mt. Clemens. The guests came from Harntraiuck, Pontiuc and Mt. Cle mens. The club alao gave a farewell party, honoring Miss Clara Thonip son, a popular Philadelphia girl, who recently visited their cty. Dining and dancing were enjoyed. The next meeting will be held nt the home of Mr. Murray. William Strong Is president; Robert Brew or reporter. Join the WASHINGTON SOCIAL LETTER CLUB Make New Friend* Get Lota of Letters Writ* at On a* for Information Box 3273 Washington, D. C. Saturday. Dec. 16. lOftJl Azalia Hackley Club To Sponsor Charity Party The Azaln Hackley Music ami Dramatic Society is spusoring u charity party Friday, Dec. 22 at the Brewster Community Centedl The club asks yu to share your Christmas blessings with the un derprivileged children, by giving them articles of food or casit con tributions. o THE ELKS DANCE The Blue Ribbon Drill Team of the Elks Podge are giving their 4th Annual Dance ut the Owl Club 5660 24th st., on the evening of January 6th. 1934. There will bo plenty of good music and a Jolh good time assured all who attend. QUESTION COLUMN By Jane Boyer Men and women having perplex ing problems or experiences— write to Jane Boyer, Detroit Tri bune, and the answer will appear In the next issue of this pnper. •###** If you remember a question wa9 asked through this column by “Cherry” Just what she should do, remain with her husband and three children or seek happiness with the man in the case. The following advice given by two of the readers of this column. Misti Boyer. I am a reader of your question column, which interests me very much. My advice to Mrs. Cherry is To seek Jesus lirst without hint she is us helpless as an infunt. Mere man canuot help iter carry her troubles to the Lord in prayer, and love her husband. Willie S. # • • • Dear Miss Boyer: Cherry is in tlie right place now with her husband, und three chil dren. She should not forget he Is the other woman’s husband, and (earn to love her own. Ileud I. Peter 3:1, E. W. S. • • • • Dear Jane Boyer: I have no problems. Everything is great with me. 1 enjoy reading vour column very much. 1 expect in spend Cbristmus with my best girl in another city. Maybe we will be married. Won’t you wish me luck? Happy Dear Happy: Won’t 1 wish you luck? Indeed, I do! I'm sure you are a nice young chap. Young people should be Imp py. Best wishes! Thanks for the nice words about the column. • • • • Miss Boyer; 1 want to ask you a question. I am a young man of 23. I see a nice looking young girl in my ncighltor hood who 1 would like to meet. 1 do not want to pick up an acquaiu tance with her. She dosen’t even notice me. Don't think I’m the (heap kid. I'm square. How can I get a proper introduction. Bill * * * * Dear Bill: Getting acquainted with the girl wo admiro is ticklish business, but I respect you for your straight forward manner. There must be a | mutual friend somewhere in the neighborhood, who could properly i introduce you. Just be patient. ! wouldn't hurry matters. Time will work It out. o READ THE BEAUTY HINTS EVERY WEEK WHAT IS MISSING IN YOUR BODY? «nr* Incite ntas.NT minerals and four Minot In yon* hody, wh*n you are In perlect lirullh WHEN till) AHE HI! h. SOM Kl 111 Mi *S dlssiMi. vLEt US UEI l* tOt Kl>o IMF Ml SSI.Mi MINFK At. Ih* fvcllaiylr, ncrtons person needs I«m»»* and phosphorus.. Ibe rlicumullc needa te dium rhlorlu*. and Nmnur. Asthmal'e* n»os hat* sodium. phosphorus. flnorla. lb* ftther rular person larks phosphorus, silicon calcium, and ffwortn. I trailh and hrniily, by keeping your hody full own III* trittaf products. It Interested. writ* lor Informntlon HEALTH LIVING I<AHOIIAIORY—CtiroIt, Mich. Box lift, Alfred Sla. 214 St. Antoine, Cor. Columbia—Phone RAndolph 2704 SOCIAL NOTES Harry Mill, a former Detroiter, now residing in Alma, Mich, w'hh a vstor n tills city a few days last week. ••• • • . Mrs. L. P. Moody, of the Orlee- Poroe Beauty Shop, has returned to the city to spend the holidays. ***** William Stark, of Benlteau ave. underwent an operation at Hurper Hospital, Tuesday morning, and is reported doing well. WosVOKI,. klldjiu - lituoln Mr. Clarence Low returned last week from a three week's visit In Philadelphia, Pa. Walton-Woodard Nuptials Mak FrtncrH Walton, it popular entertainer, wan Joined in Holy Matrimony to King V. Woodard, Tuesday afternoon, December 5. at the residence of Mias Walton, 323 K. ('anfield ave., Rev. J. S. Wil liam officiating. The bride wus the recipient of many beautiful ami useful gfits. After the ceremony the guests enjoyed dancing and delectable re freshtnenta were served. Among those present were Mrs. Emma Drown, the mother of the bride, Mr. and Mra. I)oss, Mrs. Kmma Byrd, Mlhs Maggie Walker, and the employees of he Harlem Cave, which included Misses Klla Lee, Loraine West, Billie and Bob bie Dupree, Messrs. Fred Bryant, Dill .loluißon. Charles Bowmun, and many others. Everyone Joined in wishing the bride and groom much happiness and success. o BIRTH vNNOINTEMKNT The stork stopped at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Pinkston, 1678 Willis, a fortnight ago, and left a fine baby girl. o PERSONAL Mrs. Carrie Riley, 4893 Parker avenue was called to Louisville last wt . k, by the serious illness of her brother. o Announcement The New Era Study Club will present two One Act plays on Erl day night, Dec. 21 at 2:30 p. in. at the Central Coinni.'inlay Center 037 Brewster street. Dancing after wards. Proceeds are to go for Xmas baskets for tbe poor and needy children’s Xmas pa fy at the Brewster Center. ..Friends are cordially invited. Admission 26c. o WANT A BABY? If you are denied this blessing, don't loose Jmpe, but write me at once. I have helped so many other women to happiness, I am eonii dent you can he helped also. ADDRESS E. DF.XTOI, 22.*> West Mil St., kansus City .Mo. Don’t delay this Information is gladly given free and confidential to you. GREETINGS The Mitzi Bobette Beauty Shop Extends to all Its customers and Friends, best wlahes for a Joyous Christmas Season and dedicates Itself nnew to ren dering the tiuest service at the lowest possible price to those In search of— BEAUTY Beatrice Phillips, Proprietor Oar. MS.V W 1619 Cobb Place FREE!!! New Ford V-8 Given Away To Some Lucky Person Car on display at Gilbert Motor Sales 10195 W. Jefferson Mr. an»l Mrs. Valentine, r,?t \j e |, hornno street, gave u pujanta party, lust Friday night, in honor of their daughter Mlsh Josephine Hall. A dellciuos dinner was served, consisting of fruit cocktail, I,| nu . beau soup, fried chicken, corn souffle, green peas, carrot salad, tea black walnut ice cream and cuk.\ Among those present v\Vre the Misses Hurnette Kay ford, Bernik Williams, Dorothy Jones, .Myrtlt Jones, and Agnes Soplier, of Cana da, and Hazel Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Entertain Friends On Thanksgiving, .Nov. 30th, Mr. and Mrs. George Irvin hud as their 6 o’clock dinner guests, Mrs. M. F. Fowler, Mrs. C. S. Smith, Mrs. I KHxabeth Klliott, llev. and Mrs. j R. L. Drudby. After being served with tr sai\lin« | canape and fruit cocktail in the 1 living room, tho guest were seated at the living room table, \vher« they enjoyed the following menu: Green Rimmed Orange (’up, 1 toast Turkey with oyßter stutling, cran berry suuce, U'iee Croquette with current Jelly, Sweet potatoes, marshmallow sauce, creamed bage, grape salad, home made Ice •ream. Lady Baltimore Cake and coffee. Oil Nov. 26th Mrs. Irvin also hart as guests ten (10) friends at a Buffet Luncheon, in honor of Miss Alberta Duncan's birthday. o Sick & Convalescing The many Detroit friends of AU Bell, 812 Merder street, Windsor, Ont., will regret to learn that he is very IH, having recently suffered a stroke. May Ills recovery be speedy. 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