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SOCIAL & PERSONAL
\ v • ST. PAUL *
The D.Y.W.Y.K. club met at the home of Mrs. John Hick
man, <66 St. Anthony, Thursday, September 27. All members
are urged to please be present.
Mr. L. H. Lewis, 1527 Cumberland, left the city Wedues
daj, September 12 for Buffalo, N. Y., where he is attending a
conference. Mr. Lewis will be out of the city for ten days.
The Women’s Auxiliary met
Thursday, September 20. at 3:30
p. m., in the auditorium of St.
Phillip's Church.
The Matinee Bridge club met at
the home of Mrs W. A. Hanna,
620 N. Western Ave., Tuesday
September 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams.
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922 St. Anthony, have as their
house guests, Mrs. Lila Rogers
and daughter, Sandra, of New
York. Sandra wall spend the win
ter months here with Mr. and
Mrs. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs la-on Ramsey,
Benton Harbor Mich., arrived in
the city recently to make St. Paul
their home. Mrs Ramsey, the
former Willa D. Eastman, is the
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Edward
Eastman. 953 St. Anthony Ave.
Mr. Cleat Oliver Jr., left the city
Tuesday morning, September 18,
for his home in San Francisco,
Calif, Enroute. Mr. Oliver will
visit friends in Chicago. While in
the city, he was the house guest
of his brother and sister-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. James Oliver, 967
Iglehart Ave., for two weeks.
Messrs. William Smalls. Dick
Mann. Ed Salter and Ray Dysart,
returned to the city Tuesday af
ternoon. September 18, from Chi
cago. where they spent the week
end visiting friends.
Mrs. Clara Williams, Cleveland.
Ohio, is in the city visiting rela
tives and friends. Mrs Williams
is the sister of Mr s Ella Curry
Hickman. 296 N. St. Albans. She
arrived in the city Friday, Sep
tember 14 for a two weeks vaca
tion.
Miss Lillian Manning left for
her home in Waco, Texas, after
spending the summer visiting her*
sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Barr, 583 Carroll.
Miss Shlrlee Martin, 608 Igle
hart. returned to t he city Wed
nesday. September 19. after a ten
day vacation in Omaha. Neb.,
where she was the house guest of
her father, Mr. Charles Martin
Miss Martin attended many par
ties and social events in her honor
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Mrs. Theodore Allen. 973 Igle- ,
hart, returned to the city Wednes
day. September 19, after spend
ing five days visiting with rela
tives and friends in Chicago.
The Boots and Saddle Club will
meet Sunday, September 23, at
Eatons Ranch at 7 a. m. AU mem
bers are required to ride. Dues are
expected to be paid.
Miss Beverly Carroll spent the
week end visiting her parents,
Mr and Mrs. Rufus Payne, 612
W Central. Miss Carroll is at
tending college in St. Peter, Minn.
Miss Connie Dixon, student at
Howard University, was enter
tained at the home of Miss Bar
bara Fields.Bo3 St. Anthony Ave.,
Wednesday, September 19.
Additional Social and
Personal News
Minneapolis
Mr. Budgy Thompson, 3936
Clinton Ave. So., celebrated his
birthday Saturday. September 15.
Among those helping in the cele
bration were Messrs, and Mmes.
P. Wallace. Leonard Carter, Earl
Bowman. Phillip Apodgie. Misses
Barbara Cartwright and
Myrrhene Allen. Mr. Fred In
gram and Mrs. Johnamae
Thompson, wife of Mr. Thompson.
The Jolly Sixteen club wiU meet
at the home of Mrs. Harriet Jones.
3624 Clinton Ave. So., Thursday,
September 27.
Mrs. Lillian Jackson, 940 Bry
ant Ave. No., returned to the city
Monday. September 19 after
spending ten days visiting her
cousin. Mrs. Bernice Shepard in
Chicago.
Rev. Robert Kelley, former pas
tor of Border Church, arrived in
the city Tuesday. September 18.
accompanied by Mr and Mrs
Dillard of St. Louis. Mo., to spend
several days visiting relatives and
friends Mr Kelley is the house
guest of his brother and sister-in
law, Mr. and Mrs Paul Kelley.
912 Bryant Ave. No.
The Senior Choir of St. Peter
AME church will meet Friday,
September 21 at the church par
sonage. 3756 Fifth Ave. So
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NAACP Drive
On Monday. September 24, the
Minneapolis Branch of the NA
ACP will sponsor a free dance and
entertainment at the Labor Tem
ple, 117 S. E. Fourth St., Minne
apolis. from 9 to 1 a. m.
Admission will be by 1951 NA
ACP membership card, or a re
ceipt for having paid for the
membership if the card has not
yet been received
Memberships may also be taken
out at tile door and any 1951
membership will be honored,
whether renewal or new. junior
or regular membership. Refresh
ments will be available, and Percy
Hughes orchestra will provide the
music. A talent program will be
presented during intermission un
der the direction of Mrs. Opal
Jones
This is the first time the Min
neapolis Branch has sponsored
such an entertainment and dance,
and everyone interested in the
NAACP is cordially Invited to at
tend
Remember to bring your mem
bership card or receipt, or be pre
pared to get your membership at
the door.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J Hunter, 3849
Fourth Ave. So., have returned to
the city from their vacation trip
to Chicago. The Hunters report
having had a wonderful visit with
relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Madison.
2201 Fifth Ave. So., are the proud
parents of a seven pound baby
bay born Monday. September 17
at Swedish Hospital The parents
named the baby Floyd Jr
The E.E.B.P. club held its first
meeting of the fall season at the
home of Mrs. Connie Poole, 3032
Fourth Ave. So., Tuesday, Sep
tember 18. First prize was won
by Mrs. Leila Copeland, second
by Mrs. Viola Madden, and third
by Mrs. Connie Poole. The next
meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. Harold Walker, 2813 Elliot
Ave. So.
Mr. J. W. Baldwin. 612 16th
Ave. So., left the city Thursday.
September 20. for Alberta. Can
ada. where he will spend a week
or ten days at his farm home fish
ing and hunting.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Palmore, 84
Royalston. received a pleasant
I surprise with a visit from their
I daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Jamison and chil
dren. Michael and Kathryn. Mr.
Jamison's mother also accom
panied them on the trip. They ar
rived in the city Sunday morning,
September 16. and motored back
to their home Tuesday evening.
Mr. James Leu is, 3229 Fourth
| Ave. So., is confined to his home
land bed with illness. Mr. Lewis
has been ill for over a week.
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BY BERNADINE CAKRICKETT
Hello there ladies! Having just returned from a grand and
glorious vacation, it seems rather hard to really get down to
work again. 1 don’t know why though, for every moment I was
away relaxing I had n fashion magazine in hand. Force of habit
I guess, and an enjoyable one at that.
Now that I've returned, what say we see what's new.
Okay? And really, ladies, the bottom of things this fall is really
outstanding Your lingerie this season is really making headline
news. But what beautiful news it is!
This fall's biggest lingerie news is the petticoat. It will
peek out from beneath full, whirling skirts in a sudden flash of
color simply serve to make them truly bouffant with a definite
stand-out silhouette.
Since so many of the ready-to-wear designers are showing
the full-skirted silhouette for fall, lingerie designers have taken
the cue and come up with a bevy of beautiful designs carefully
thought out to complement your costume from the inside out.
Dresses whose fullness starts from below the hips can have
petticoats to match. The fullness released in a flutter of ruffles,
or in starchy bands of crinoline. The tiny-waisted paper doll
silhouette often is held out by a box-pleated petticoat of nylon
and rayon marquisette, crinoline, pleated to stand away at the
hip and minimize the waistline.
Often coat-dresses of tweed with skirts cut in pie-shaped
gores spread their fullness over colorful taffeta petticoats,
shaped to follow the line of the costume, then stiffened with
crinoline. Some of these petticoats are reversible; some have
scalloped edges; and some have a touch of lace at the hemline.
Though fashion headlines go to the new fuller skirts for
full, an consequently the bouffant underpinnings, you can rest
assured not every petticoat is full. The sheath silhouette and
the slim-skirted suits still require a slip or petticoat cut to
follow your every curve and at the same time keep your skirt
from “sitting out”.
Other slips for fall include the following: those that
double in brass by adding a strapless bra-top, smoothly boned
and fitted to the waist, which have become an increasingly im
portant “underneath” fashion; and the bra-slip with the
plunging neckline which is wired at strategic points to give
coverage without loss of glamor.
Junior size linerie is being given greater importance for
fall of 11151, many of you will be happy to learn. Those gar
ments are designed especially to fit the slighter, more short
waisted contours of the junior figure. The new slips do away
with the over-long hemlines, bunchiness and out-of-proportion
shoulder straps.
Incidentally, for the young, nothing could be more eye
catching. more intriguing to understudy the wide swinging
skirts that are going to lie circling campuses this fall, than the
new fuller slips of rayon tricot. They are part of the college
girl's tor career girls) answer to the lingerie question: What
can I buy that will wash ami dry quickly, wear long, feel won
derfully soft, yet have a price tag of about $4
One thing sure Indies, we can nil appreciate showing off
these lovely underpinnings, for they can be had at pin money
cost 1
ST. PAUL BIRTHDAYS
Sept 23 Mr J O Stubbs. 693
Carroll Ave.
Sept 24 James Lee, 992 Igle
hart Ave. Mrs Cecilia E Martin.
165 Maekubin; Colestlne Price,
154 Rondo; Mr Wayne J Wilson.
738 St Anthony; Mrs James Clif
ford Martin, 889 Carroll.
Sept 24 -Chester Oden, 858
Iglehart, Gertrude Scott, 575 Car
roll, Eula C Johnson. 603 St. An
thony. Cheryl Clark. 812 St. An
thony; Mrs. Dorothy James, 503
Carroll Ave.
Sept. 27 Bessie M Powell. 979
Charles Ave ; Mr Burt Perteet,
831 Iglehart: Mrs Homer Speese
920 Marion; Mrs. Isaac Blaney,
682 Carroll. Craig Henderson, 731 i
St Anthony; Mrs Floyd Massey,
719 St. Anthony.
Sept. 28 Darryl Ross 458 St
Anthony: Mrs Bismark Archer
314 N. Western Ave.; Ida Jeffer
son 320 E 11th St.; Mr W L
Collins. 657 St Anthony: Mr John '
Waters, 467 W Central; Evette
Harris. 130 Rondo. Mrs Addie I
Jackson, 492 W Central Ave.; i
Mis D J Pavne. 1575 N. Western
Ave.
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The Coterie club met at the
home of Mrs. Willa Bolin, 330 E.
38th St., Sunday. September 16,
for a regular business meeting.
Refreshments Were served by the
hostess. The next meeting will be
held Sunday, September 30.
Rev. M L. Simmons. 3756 Fiftli
Ave. So, left the city Tuesday,
September 18 for Detroit, Michi
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Friday, September 21, 1951, St. Paul RECORDER. Page 5
SOCIAL & PERSONA
* MINNEAPOLIS
Mr and Mrs Lawrence Me
tert&ined their niece and nephe l
as of Los Angeles, Calif., at a
September 16. Among those pt
Everett Walls, Vincent West
Misses Gwen and Marilyn Mu
Messrs. Richard Johns and Ray
Walls.
The Friday Night Out club will
meet at the home of Mrs. Paul
Nevils. 215 W. 31st St. Friday
evening. September 21 at 8 p. m.
The Naomi Circle met Wednes
day. September 19 at the home of
Mrs. A. Owens, 3900 Clinton Ave.
So.
Miss Delores Grigsby, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Grigsby,
5016 Irving Ave. No., was the
week end guest of Rev. and Mrs.
Rieff and Family in Moose I-ake,
Minn., Saturday and Sunday.
September 15 and 16.
The Senior Choir of Border
Methodist church will meet Fri
day evening, September 21 at the
church. All members are urged to
please be present.
The Crescendo club will hold Its
first tall meeting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Shepherd.
3837 Portland Ave., Sunday morn
ing at 10:30, September 23. All
members are asked to please be
present. Rowena Warren, repor
ter.
Down For Masonic Session*:
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brisco of
Winnipeg. Canada, are house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Mum
ford. 3509 Fourth Ave. So. Mr.
Brisco, worthy master of Regent
Lodge No. 5, Free and Accepted
Masons of Prince Hall Affiliation
is attending the annual communi
cation of the Masonic Grand
Lodge, Minnesota and jurisdiction.
After the sessions the Briscos
will go to St. Louis and Kansas
City for a visit with relatives and
friends.
Mrs. Ceellii Patterson, 940 Bry
ant Ave. No., is recuperating at
her home following a recent ill
ness.
Other Canadian Delegates Ex
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orrow, 705 Girard Ave. No., en
w, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thom
candle light dinner on Sunday,
resent were Messrs, and Mmes,
tbury; Mrs. Richard Morrow;
arrow, Roselie and Era Walls;
T. Romaine of Winnipeg ia in at
tendance at the Masonic grand
lodge.
Mrs. Helen Bailey of Winnipeg's
Mizpah Temple OES will attend
the grand temple sessions in St.
Paul Sept. 20 and 21.
I’fc. Frank Breedlove, son of
Mr and Mrs John Breedlove, 622
Fremont Ave. No., arrived in the
city Sunday, September 16, from
Korea, on the Rotation plan, to
visit relatives and friends. I’fc.
Breedlove aerved a year and a
half in Korea. He will be In the
city for two weeks before return
ing to California, where he will be
stationed.
Mrs. Ralph P. Knight. 4404 Col
fax Ave. So., assistant secretary
of the Urban League Auxiliary,
fell and broke her ankle Monday,
September 17, while at her home.
She was taken to the hospital and
released Tuesday, September 18.
Mrs. Knight is confined to her
home.
The Star-Ute Usher Board met
at the home of Miss Dorothy Sto
vall. 3815 Fifth Ave. So., Wednes
day, September 12. Plans were
made for the Usher Board's first
anniversary. The next meeting
will be held at the home of Mias
lone Roach, 3917 Fifth Ave. So.
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broken jaws.
Hybrid Corn
Corn grown from hybrid seed
should not be saved for seed be
cause the extra vigor of hybrid
corn Is limited to the first hybrid
generation.

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