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]l ☆ MINNEAPOLIS ☆ < Guests Of Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bradley of Win ston- Salem, N. C., are visiting Mrs. Bradley’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maxwell, 3721 Fourth Ave. So. They will be here indefinitely. Wheatley Jr. Wives Entertain: The Wheatley Jr. Wives held their club party, Saturday, June 28 in the Tropical room of the Dyckman Hotel. The eve ning was spent dancing. The guests who enjoyed their hospi tality are Messrs, and Mmes. Henry Majors. Alonzo Gray, Jun ius Powell, Jack Strawder, Earl Stewart, Bill Davis, George Shan non Jr., Henry R. Thomas and Mrs. Essye McKinney. Members of the club and their husbands are Messrs, and Mmes. Archie Givens. Ward Bell, Joe Robinson, Earl Miller, Edwin Withers. Har ry Davis, Harold Combs, Samuel Herron. Westley Whittaker. Le land Carriger, Barnell Breedlove, Robert Green and Oscar Grissam. Most of the guests attended an after party at the Booker Cafe in Elk River Change Of Address: Mrs. Sally Love resides at 1409 Third St. So. Her former address was 1318 Fourth St. So. ap tal >as- >as ria, the To Mt. Sinai: Mrs. Edna Ed na Edwards. 2206 Elliot Ave., en tered Mt. Sinai hospital Monday, July 7 for a general check up on Monday evening. Home for Visit: Mrs. Marian McMoore Hooper of New York is spending two weeks here visiting her mother, Mrs. Elsie McMoore and family, 416 E. 25th St. Airman Visiting Mother: Air man 2nd class Wayne Clark, son of Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Harris, 2737 11th Ave. So., who is serv ing in the Air Corps, is in Minne apolis for 30 days visiting his parents. Dinner Party: Mrs. Luella Kay and daughter, Miss Martha Kay, 3748 Fourth Ave. So., entertained at dinner on Monday, July 7, at 5 p. m. Their guests were Rev. Nelson Pryor, presiding elder of the Des Moines district of the AME church. Rev. W. P. Grossley of Chicago, who was formerly a pastor of St. James AME church of Minneapolis and Rev. and Mrs. Martin L. Simmons and son, Mar tin Luther Jr., 3756 Fifth Ave. So. Mr. Roy Kay was also a guest of his mother and sister. Parents Visit Daughter and Son: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman, 3612 Fourth Ave. So., left Sunday night, July 6 for Los Angeles. Calif., to visit their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ar thur Harness and children. From there they will visit their son and daughter-in-aw, Lieut, and Mrs, Henry Bowman in Reno, Nevada. Mr. Bowman will return in about two weeks to Minnapolis, but Mrs. Bowman will be gone about six weeks. Sunday Dinner: Miss Gussie Robinson, 711 Dupont Ave. No., entertained at dinner on Sunday, July 6 for Mrs. Marguerite Chambers Martin of Hot Springs, Ark. Other guests were Gerald Starling, Mrs. Mattie O'Neal and Miss Alberta Chambers. Return From California: Mr. and Mrs. L. Morrow and daugh ter Gwendolyn have just returned from a two weeks visit in Los Angeles Calif., where they visited relatives and friends. Cousins In Omaha: Mr. Palmer S. Jackson and young cousin, Joey son of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Chineworth of Chicago, left Tuesday, July 8, for Omaha, Neb., to visit Mr. Jackson's mother. Mrs. Nan Whitehall. Joey has been the guest of the Jacksons for a few weeks and he will return here and expects to leave for his home in Chicago in about two more weeks. Visiting Relatives: Mrs. Estella Crowe of 2438 Fifth Ave. So. is visiting in Gary Indiana for two weeks, with relatives and friends. Visits Son: Mr. Robert Cham blee of Chicago spent the Fourth of July week end visiting his son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs. Alvin Chamblee, 3818 Clinton Ave. At one time Mr. Chamblee was the general manager of the Atlanta Life Insurance Co. Brothers, Guests of Sisters: Mr. Clifton Grant of Kalamazoo. Mich, spent a week visiting his sister, Mrs. Isabel! Jones, 737 Al drich Ave. No. Their brother, Ro bert Lee Grant of Chicago is vis iting at the home of another sis ter. Mrs. W. L. Battle. 3505 Fourth Ave. So. General Electronic DON'T LET THE LACK OF FUNDS STOP YOU FROM ENJOYING YOUR TV PROGRAM Let us repair your set Your Credit Is Good At Call NEstor 2222 UNIVERSITY AVE. HARDWARE Liun t Garden Tools Paints, Plumbing Supplies Window Glass A Housewares 255 Univ. Ave. DA. 21*4 An Eight Pound Lake Trout: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray and son, Arnold, 696 Iglehart Ave., Mrs. Eva Neal and son, Mr. An drew Neal, 531 St. Anthony Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Willie of Kannatolis, N. C., spent the week end on the Canadian Border fish ing. Mr. Willie caught an eight pound lake trout. They were guests at the Indian reservation and report a most enjoyable trip. June Graduate on Vacation: Mr. Ellsworth Harpole, a recent June graduate of South High School has made a motor trip to New York and other eastern cities as the guest of Mr. J. D. Harrington of Milwaukee. Wis. Mr. Harring ton’s relatives entertained Ells worth while he was in New York and Pensylvania. At present Ellsworth is the house guest of his aunt and uncle, Rev. and Mrs. John E. Bradford in Milwaukee. He plans to enter the University of Minnesota in the fall. Mr. Harpole is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Harpole, 2316 10th Ave. So. Visiting Mother: Miss Lola Clark of Chicago is here for two weeks visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Harris, 2737 11th Ave. So. Merry Hearts Club Met: Mrs. Sam Gransberry, 4041 Fourth Ave. So., entertained the Merry Hearts club Saturday, July 5. Guests were Mmes. Virginia Ben ton. Jessie Jacoway and Anita Livingston. Newcomer In City: Miss Ar quillia Posten, formerly of Rock Island. 111., has come here to Minneapolis to live with her father, William “Ike” Posten, 1714 Fourth Ave. So. Came To See Son: Mrs. Mariah Johnson of Monroe, La„ is in the city visiting her son. Fred D. Jones of the Glen Lake Sanltor ium. While in the city she is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pos ten. 541 Girard Ave. No. In Hospital: William Edward Commodore, eight year old son of Mrs. Robert Wynn of 313 Hum boldt Ave. No., and William Com modore. 627 Eighth Ave. No., is confined to St. Barnabas hospital with polio. Tuesday his condition was reported as fair. House Guests Went Fishing: Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper, 705 Seventh St. No., had guests from Gary, Ind., for a week. They were Messrs J. T. Harris, Herman Turner, and L. L. McDaniel. They enjoyed being in the Twin Cities and they said fishing here is all right. Soldier Spends Furlough Hen-: Mr. and Mrs. C. Rooney, 3524 Snelling Ave. So., have as their house guests for 16 days. Pfc. Kenneth N. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Anderson of Sioux Falls. S. D. He is visiting Miss Muriel Elaine Rooney and family. Forty-First Anniversary: Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Oliver of 3715 Fourth Ave. So., observed their 41st wedding anniversary Sunday July 6. They were married in 1911 in Minneapolis. TCWN Club Picnic: A picnic was given on the Fourth of July at Theodore Wirth Park by the TCWN club for its members and friends. Numerous games were played and many prizes were given. Every one enjoyed the af- ternoon very much The T.C.W.N. Club To Meet: The next business meeting of the TCWN club will be held Wednes day. July 12 at the home of Mrs. Leola Young. 516 10th Ave. So. Off For Rest: Rev and Mrs Martin L. Simmons and son. Mar tin Jr.. 3756 Fifth Ave. So., left Wednesday. July 9 for a rest and visit with relatives in Inkster and Detroit. Mich. They will be gone about eight days. Rev. Sim- mons is the pastor of St. Pet AME church. Wonderful Trip: Mrs. Ophelia Orange. 1139 Aldrich Ave. No., returned Tuesday. July 8 from her vacation trip. She visited rel atives and friends in Chicago. St She was gone about two weeks. To Visit Mother: Mr. Jack Cur tis. 820 Girard Ave. No., will leave for Chicago, Saturday, July 19. to visit his mother and brother Marriage Announced: Mr. Cleat W. Oliver Jr and Miss Jan Ir- win of San Francisco, were mar Mention this paper when buy ing at your grocer, butcher or TED BIES LIQUOR STORE IS RECOMMENDED EOR YOUR FAVORITE BRAND ELKHURST 3401 University at St. Alba 27 They are at horn heir friends at 808 Griffin Drive. San Pablo. Cal. Mr. Oliver s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleat r 779 Carroll Av The WAY I SEE IT ★ BY NELL DODSON RUSSELL NEW YORK ClTY.—Truth is stranger than fiction—particularly when it pertains to the field of race relations. Some of the things that happened to this writer during the four years I was in the Twin Cities this last time were indeed interesting but hardly of the weird calibre of a few of the experiences that have taken place since returning here. The reason for this is probably due to the fact that New York is a town of so many varying colors of complexion, nationalities, racial extractions and hybrids of racial and nationality extraction that it isn't always easy for the pure (he hopes), lily white brother to distinguish the American colored brethern from Spaniards, Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, visiting African royalty. Hindu magicians and NFU RUSSELL what have you. To further the confusion, a few of the hustler variety of kids from Harlem wrap their noggins in turbans when they venture down town. Last week I had occasion to visit the public relations man for one of the cancer groups here. I'd talked to an assistant of his on the telephone the day before and told her I had the copy of an article which I thought would be of national interest because it could offer so much hope and encouragement to cancer victims and their families. The lady was enthusiastic and told me to bring the article around by all means. I took time off from the office next day and "brung it around." She met me and didn't get that peculiar look on her face which so many whites do when they find themselves in the presence of a member of America's Largest Minority for the first time. Seeing that I didn't toss my bonnet in before I entered and hollar: “Colored Lady about to enter!", she either must have been near-sighted or under the de lusion I was Madam Mootchie-Gootshie minus my sarong or sari or something. She turned me over to the gentleman in the front office. He arose from his desk, greeted me with outstretched hand. When I told him of the gimmick I had in mind, he was so full of boundless enthusiasm I was most nigh overwhelmed with it all. Now comes the pay-off, the bitter end. Somehow, during the discussion he inquired what my job was on the 9 to 5 shift. When he found out my job had to do with Spanish, he ask<*d: "Are you Spanish?" I didn’t think It was any of his business. The fact that he asked showed there must have been a question in the back of his mind all along. I could have said no, I wasn't Spanish and let him stew In his own juice. Instead I told him: "Nope, not Spanish, Colored.” That gave me a chance to find out his stand—but fast. The temperature in the room lowered about ten degrees. I won't be trite enough to say his face fell. It didn’t. One minute he was smiling and enthusiastic. The next minute he was quite polite and withdrawn. Now mind you I was the same person he had been talking to with an abundance of enthusiasm only a minute before. No thing was changed except his attitude towards me. I’m sure he wasn't aware that he had given himself away. I intend to give that gentleman another few days to recover himself, then I shall call him on the telephone. The reception I get will depend upon whether or not he is innately prejudiced or was merely taken offguard for a moment by something that didn't fit in with all of his preconceived stereotypes. Always give the other guy a break even If he seems to want too push you away. Sometimes it is prejudice. Sometimes it Is a temporary re-arranging of values. It doesn't hurt to find out. I didn’t review the film “Lydia Bailey” because in spite of what was meant to be an excellent theme, the picture missed fire as an evening's motion picture entertainment. Both Dale Robertson and Anne Francis were out of their depth. In fact, Francis turned in one of the most completely static acting jobs I have seen in a long time. Big, handsome Bill Marshall carried off his role very well, and I'm not saying it because he is a Negro or because he is handsome. He did not overact, a fault which Jimmie Edwards has been guilty of but seemed to be trying to overcome in “Bright Victory.” The story of the Haitian rebellion and the character of Lydia Bailey of Kenneth Roberts' novel got lost in the shuffle of Hollywood trying to make up its mind between making a significant film and a technicolor spectacle. This writer sees on the average of three motion pictures a week, sometimes four. I try to pick a few good ones. "Lydia Bailey” is not a good picture although it certainly carries interest for many theatre goers. For some reason, unknown white actors who appear in "prob lem" films appear to go ahead with their careers. Arthur Kennedy in "Bright Victory,” Mel Ferrer in “Lost Boundaries"; a guy by the name of Gene-something who appeared in a war film with Jimmie Edwards. The name of the film eludes me at present but it certainly was a weird concoction about the Korean war. Dale Robertson and Anne Francis may climb on "Lydia Bailey" although I don't see why. Bill Marshall deserves more attention. OPEN NOTE TO THE MINNEAPOLIS MILLERS FRONT OFFICE: Gentlemen: You may lose Clint Hartung (this column is written on Tues day July Bth very late, so if he gets called back to the Giants before the next edition, don’t forget to send me a nice orchid I Word being whispered around among some of the sports gentry that Clint is playing such nice hall the .lints may be casting an eye to bring him back to the Polo Grounds. Hey, you fellers got a pitcher out there? The only thing that kept Sal Maglie from being whanged with a barrage of pop bottles in that July 4th waltz was the fact that the Polo Grounds were so jammed by Dodger-Jint fans that vendors couldn't get through the aisles with the pop. Not to mention people who would have liked to get to the powder room not being abb- to get out! The concessions must have dropped a mint. No pop. no pea nuts. no nothin'. 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Miss Renee Jackson Weds Ray Wells Mr and Mrs. Edgar Jackson, 910 Bryant Ave. No. announce the marriage of their daughter, Renee Audrey to Mr. Ray Wells, Jr., of Omaha. Nebraska. The wedding an reception was held at their home on June 14. Tl I » MR. AND MRS. RAY WELLS Cut Their Wedding; Cake The following persons attended the reception: Messrs, and Mmes. Charles Sexton, Harry Hill, Mor ris Robinson. Lonnie L. Hayes, W. Turnbough. A. Taylor, Ted Allen, Ora Parks. Floyd Patterson, Spencer Merical. James Thomp son, Ted Woodard. Paul Kelly, Harry Davis. Phillip Taylor, Roy Patrick. Aloysious Bell. E. S. Livingston, Wm. Westberry, Withern Tucker. Samuel Grans berry, John T. Smith. Earl Petti ford. Louis Artison, William Richardson and Rev. and Mrs. Morris Robinson. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Sexton, and Rev. and Mrs. C T. Parker. Also Mmes. L. M Stewart. Cecelia Patterson. Earnest Mc- Neal, Opal Stone, H. D. Wither spoon. Charles Beasley. Charles Grigsby, William Penn, Sadie Williams. Helen McWilliams, Virginia Parker, Kay Patterson. Georgia Palmer, Marion Andrew. Corrine Bunn. Anna Rice, Pearl McKinney. Addie Oliver, Helen White Narrity and family. Edith Jackson. Amanda Smith, Benja min Lippincott. Elizabeth Briggs. Esther Dillon, Alice Hubbard, P H Norvell. Alice Stewart. Don LaFaucette, Myrtle Banks Also, Messrs. Lonnie L. Hayes. Jack Polk. Earl McNeal. Gerald Brooks, Keith Ewing, Gerald Bailey. A L. Brown. Horac< Myles. Joe Patterson. James Ei ford, Oden Benford. Also the Misses Onamia Miller Arlene Moses, Barbara Benford Kay Taylor Mary Lee Taylor and Mercedc Lewis. Pat Witherspooi Drink Pasteurized Milk Health "Bettor Meat* (or Lo«»" Meat* Priced to Fit the Average Purse CAPITOL MEAT CO. 515 Wabasha Street Engagement Announced: Mrs. T. J. Jackson. 678 St. Anthony Ave., announces the engagement of her daughter, Constance, to Mr. Ralph Graham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Graham, 791 St. An thony Ave. Family Anil Friends Enjoy Day: Dr. and Mrs. Ira B. Scott of Cleveland and Mr. and Mrs. N. Walter Goins. Sr., 1741 .E. County Road D entertained members of their family and friends at a pic nic dinner on the spacious lawn of Goin's home. Members of the family and friends who were pre sent were Mrs. Mattie Goins, mother of Mrs. Scott, and Mr. N. Walter Goins. Sr., N. Walter Goins Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Shannon and daughter, Doria. Mrs. Bertram Shannon is the daughter of the N. Walter Goins Sr., Mrs. Eunice Goins and daugh ter, Miss Mary Ella Goins of Washington. D. C., and Messrs, and Mmes. William Ridley, Wil liam Moden, Frank W. Terry, Louis P. Moore, James Murray, George Shannon Jr., and daughter Linda Kay, Jasper Gibbs Jr., L. L. Murray, Louis Cason and grand son. Marvin, also Mmes. Ida Mae Murphy. James Taylor and chil dren. Lannie and Glenn, Cornelia Smith, Laura Mae Rotins and daughter, Margo. O. B. Williams, Minnie Raymond, Sidney Williams George Shannon Sr., Mrs Benjamin Young of Chicago, Her mione Hickman and Russell S. Underwood. All were friends of long standing and they talked of today and "the good old days.” Games were played after the guests had been served. Pienlc Plane: The St. Monica Guild of St. Phillips church met at the home of Mrs. Rebecca Tous saint, 659 Iglehart Ave., Monday, July 7. Tentative plans were made to have a picnic in August at the lovely lake home of Mrs. Ixila Finney. Breakfast Guests: Mrs. W. Bax ter Walker, 856 Iglehart Ave., had as her guests for breakfast on Saturday, July 5. Mmes. E. Smith Aston, Maurice Daniels, Basil Peake, William Calloway and Frank W Terry. On Vacation Trip: Mr. Earnest Williams, 9.35 Iglehart is motor ing to Lincoln, Neb., Herrington, Kans , and Henesey, Okla , on a two weeks vacation trip. He re ports a pleasant trip and is happy to see relatives and friends again. • • ea.or.Me PrWM .rx-is. J® • M.t.i •APFfTI HU UNOUUM Wnty One Im* Mi GA. 1474 UjouSE $4-59 Per gal. In s'* FRED BOLDT Paint & Wallpaper Co., Inc. 511 Rice St. CE. 0753 Open .Mon. Nite Till 9 p. m. oooooooooooooooeooooeee ; CAPITOL HARDWARE X PLUMBING SUPPIJES X BUY ALL YOUR • HARDWARE. PAINT A I 577 University Ave. ♦ EL. 3884 We Deliver! Friday, July 11, 1952, St Paul RECORDER. Pags 5 Social and Personal ) ☆ ST. PAUL ☆ Delegate To Convention: and Mrs. J. Roy Green of Seatt ing the Republican National C< gate. They will visit in St. Pau! the house guests of Mr. and Mr T.S.T.O. To Meet: The TS’ urday, July 12. by Mr. A. V. Halt, 993 W. Central Ave. Attended Silver Anniversary: Mrs. Effie L. Larkins. 450 St. An thony Ave., returned home Sun day, July 6 from Chicago where she attended the 25th wedding an niversary celebration of her niece and husband. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Pierson. Dr. C. E. Cheeks Widow Here: Mrs. C. E. Cheeks of Erie. Pa., is the house guest of Mrs. O. C. Hall, 727 St. Anthony Ave. Visited 17 States: Mr. and Mrs. Garry Washington and Miss Ozella Carson, sister of Mrs. Washington of Cleveland, arrived here to spend the last of a seven week’s vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Carson, 977 Carroll Ave. They have visited in 17 states during their vacation. Miss Ozella Carson left by plane July 6 for her home in Cleveland, Ohio. . From Ixiulslana, Mo.: Mr. and Mrs. Chester W. Oden, 830 Fuller Ave., have their cousins visiting them this week. They are Mr. and Mrs. Locey Davis from Louisiana, Mo. Lake Picnic: Messrs and Mmes. C. H. Harper, M. K. McKnight, Cleat Oliver. W Baxter Walker and Dr. and Mrs. J. Walton Crump spent a very pleasant 4th of July with Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hall at their lake cottage at Round Lake. Belated Congratulations: Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hall. 993 Central Ave. W. were married four years July 3. Week End House Guests: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Alexander, 807 W. Central Ave., had house guests over the holiday. They were Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, Cap tain Claude Richardson Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Jones, and Lt. John Smith, all of Evanston. 111. The Captain and Lieut, were on their way to Camp Ripley for Il linois National Guard maneuvers. To Visit Father: Mrs. Edward Eastman, 953 St. Anthony Ave., left Friday, July 4 for Topeka, Kansas where she will spend a few days visiting her sister. She and her sister, Mrs. Mayme Saunders will then leave for Los Angeles to visit their father. Mr. Frank E. Johnson and their sis ters. Mmes. Mildred McKinney. Ollie Harris, Mae Overton and Essaye Ector. To Ixm Angeles: Albert and Jean Durand and Zoe Ann and Richard Sweat, children of Mrs. Jessie E. Sweat, 1009 Carroll Ave. left the city Thursday. July 10 for Angeles. Richard and Jean will make their home in Los Angeles with their sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. JAMES TRACY General Insurance 202 Globa Bldg. CE. 4590 ST. PAUL 1, MINN. B. E. 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Roper, 982 Fuller Ave. TC club will be entertained Sat- Joseph Hudson, Albert and Zoe Ann will return home in about two weeks. Returns For Visit: Mrs. Mar gunte Chambers of Hot Springs, Ark., spent three weeks visiting her mother, Mrs. Phoebe Cham bers, 583 Carroll Ave., and other relatives and friends. She attend ed graduation exercises at Ham line University. Her nephew, Ken neth L. Robinson received his Bachelor of Music degree. While here Mrs. Martin was the house guest of her sister, Mrs. Jane Starling, 283 No. St. Albans St. Party: On Saturday night, June 28, Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Russell. 259 St. Anthony Ave., en tertained in honor of Mrs. Martin. Those enjoying the party were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph King, Mrs. Mary Bradley, Miss Alberta Chambers, Mrs. Cecelia Williams, Miss Frances K. Stone, Mr. and Mrs Ben Bell and Mias Helen Launder of Hot Springs. Several other family affairs were given in honor of Mrs. Martin, including a family get-together given by her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph King, and a Sunday night supper was given by Miss Alberta Cham bers at her home, 722 Iglehart Ave. , Additional Social and Personal News Minneapolis (■hens Tenth Anniversary: Mr. and Mrs Archie Givens, 423 Col fax Ave No. celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary Thursday July 10. The Givens have two children Archie Jr., ten years old and Roxanne, 13 months old. Visitors From Kansas City: Mr. and Mrs. William Westbury 988 No. Bryant had as their weekend guest Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Patter son and their two children Diane and Michael and Miss Willa Lee Hart and Mr. Howard Boswell and Mr. Maurice Hart of Kansas City, Kans. The group motored up for the fourth of July holiday. Rack Home To California: Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Rice of Pasadena, California, spent a few days in Minneapolis, stopping with Mrs. O. F. Crittenden, 3827 Fifth Ave. So. Mr. Rice is the uncle of Samuel O. Harris. Minneapolis police officer. Mrs. Rice has been going through the Mayo Clinic at Rochester. Both left Wednesday for their home in California. Leader In circulation, advertis- ing, news, local and national, and community service. BALCOM’S VARIETY STORE Notions, Housewares, Hosiery Paints, Light Hardware and Toys 179 No. Victoria DA. 6075 Tri-City Luggage & Leather Goods Wholesale to the 383 Minnesota St. GA. 6608 GENE SHAW'S Prlafleg /T- Sorvleo woddtae c—* IssOsHsss [ 1 TMMs StaMoaory B. J Infcrfa Ms. 416 Sibley SI. OA Mil 'Wedding Candids Baby Candida BUZZ BROWN'S Photographic Studios COMWKUU - SOSrSAfTS ■oprodoctien of Old Photo* 160 No. Victorio St. IL 71»7 , St. Sool 4. Ml—.