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☆ ST. PAUL ☆ j Parents Visit Daughter: Mr. and Mrs. Joel A. Beal of Meridian, Miss., arrived July 18 to spend two weeks as the house guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Brown, 540 Iglehart Ave. Home From Hospital: Mr. has returned home from the V ing rapidly at home. Home Improvement: Mr. and Mrs. William Briley, 743 Rondo Ave., are building a cement at tachment to their garage. Attended Aunt's Funeral: Mrs. J. W. McMillan, 471 W. Central Ave., returned home Tuesday, July 22 from Kansas City. Mo., where she attended funeral ser vices for her aunt. Mrs. Gertrude J. Smith, who died very suddenly in Los Angeles. Calif., on July 12. Sorority Met: The last meeting of the Pragmateia sorority club was with Mrs. Bernice Hardy, 1132 Carroll Ave. The program was given by the St. Anthony Hill Garden club. Mrs. Birda Rid ley talked on shrubs, shrubs, boxes, perennials and annuals. Mrs Margaret Moore. 960 Igle rart Ave., gave a demonstration on arranging flowers. She arrang ed gladiolas for a radio or mantel piece. The president of the club. Mrs. Alice Dorsey. 967 Iglehart Ave., was a guest of the club. Pfc. Hickman Visited Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Russell T. Balenger, 812 St. Anthony Ave., were happy to have their son, Pfc. Thomas Hickman at home for two weeks on furlough. He is stationed at Keesler Air Force Base at Biloxi Miss. Cameos Meet: The Cameo clu’ BONN AN DUSON L 1 ANDHSON SoLl! 4-riECC StT! SILVERPLATE on corn* to ». a socui hives co. Inoludw aoffaa wrvor, «u,,r. orMmor, and tray (tray has has dlaa). Two lovely itylea to ealoot from! Ideal gift for waddings, OMlvenorye, eta. REGULAR sll7s $1995 Wtille U-lted OeanMty Uitrt BEST IN QUALITY! ‘‘PRINCESS MARY” DIAMONDS SOW 10 frpgfajftM Diamond BRIDAL WBBgSW set ' Ret. 'lk hfmrnr CREDIT! 116 E. SEVENTH ST. BREMER ARCADE USE YOUR CREDIT M*H Ord«n Promptly Filkd Judged... AMERICA'S FINES’! BEER M«PiTiTi»a GLUEK’S CieOCI BM» Gluck firewing Co., RUMMAGE SALE EVERY DAY GAS and OIL BURNERS The Family Service Store Midwest Equipment Service Co. 627 University Ave. Near Dale 300 Univertify Ave. ELkhurst 1026 Come and Bnng Your frhnd, QUALITY EQUIPMENT FOR THE CARtfUL BUYER REPAIRING and REMODELING Low Summer Rates DOROSHOW FURS 50 L Sth St. CL 7211 Glenn Beek, 994 Iglehart Ave. tteran’s hospital, lie is improv met Saturday. July 26. with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Robinson, 959 Iglehart Ave. On Trip: Messrs. Orton Shelton 353 W. Central Ave., and Arthur Shelton, 517 Carroll Ave., visited Mr. and Mrs. James Shelton in in Grand Rapids. Mich. They also visited in Clinton, Ind. Enroute Again: Mr. Joseph E. Johnson. 526 St. Anthony Ave., left Sunday night, July 27 for a trip that will take him visiting in seven different cities. He will visit Dr. C. Brown in Chicago. In Monroe. Michigan, he will be the guest of Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Hill; in Cleveland he will be the guest of Mr and Mrs. J. E. Hill; tn Bos ton, Mass., he will visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. Rome. While in New York he will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lacour. Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Smith will be his hosts and is Washington, he will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hay nes. With Grandparents: Noah and Susan Shelton. 535 W. Central, are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Jordon, 742*4 Rondo Ave. Baby Is Named: Celeste Monica is the name chosen for the infant daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Den zil Carty who was born Tuesday July 22. Rev. Carty is the popular rector of St. Phillips Episcopal church. Mackubin and Aurora Ave. Professor Leaves: Professor and Mrs. E. T. Hawkins, left Tuesday. July 29. for their home in Forest. Miss. They were the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Lewis, 944 Iglehart Ave. To Visit Parents: Mrs. Walter McFarland and two boys. Roland and Michael. 1016 Rondo Ave., left Monday. July 28. for New Orleans. La., to visit Mrs. McFar land's parents. Before returning home, she will go to California. Touring Europe: Mr. William O’Sheilds. director of athletics at Cheyney State Teacher’s College in Cheyney. Pa . and sih son. Wil liam Jr . left June 4 for Europe. They have been to England, France. Germany and Norway. At present they are in Helsinki. Finland for the Olympics. They will return to the States about Sept, first. Mr. O’Shields is the son of Mrs. R L. O'Shields and the brother of Mrs. Belle Graham. 605 Rondo Ave. Married Four Years: Mr and Mrs Tallie Hampton. 886 Fuller Ave., were married four years. Thursday. July 31. LIGHTERS REPAIRED Uy Make Feakat ar Telia f“g- j g N« Srbter ** If I Bl raw Mb "lUuft fee Ow Urfctef Mrrta. LOU KAYE iiwnm 4MH WABASHA SHawd TTmw., Mda —CA 4,04 Mat Ofdara HHW MBH WE PAY UP TO 5 2,000 CASH per person for each Illness and accident. Hospital room and board up to $16.00 per day, Hospital Medical $150.00, Ma ternity (optional) $250.00, Sur gical benefits $200.00, Acciden tal death $500.00, Nurse service to $150.00. Inquire from St. Paul Hospital & Can. Co, 400 Syndicate Bldg, Minneapolis, Minn. Phon, MI. 5370 or GE. 5357. i St. Pawl Haipltal $ Cos. Ce. ' 400 Syndicate Bldg. I Minneapolil. Mina. ! Wllkoat aMInUM •ei>4 r>H J taforauUoa $•: I too# Btalg ..«••• ■ ■bet of elUl4r»a M BY NELL DODSON RUSSELL NEW YORK ClTY.—Severed million readers of the Daily News were amazed, amused or disgusted (each to his own) last Thursday I morning to open their paper and find a FULL PAGE AD inserted by . multimillionaire Tommy Manville announcing: 'lommy Manville Jr., i is no longer responsible for any bills incurred by his ninth wife. Anita Eden Manville." At a time when average Joes are hard put to balance the family budget after taxes, this Manville fruitcake can toss a couple of thousand dollars away on such foolishness. The ninth Mrs. Manville made the statement tn a news story in the front of the paper that her spouse tried to make like Hopalong Cassidy by toting a gun around with him, and started going off the beam after consuming two quarts and gin and a bottle of bubonnet at one sitting. I am mailing the page ad to C. E. Newman with the suggestion that he put it in the front window of the office. You’d have to see it to believe it. B The nomination of Dwright Eisenhower by the Republicans and Adlai Stevenson by the Demo crats had been anticipated by this writer many weeks ago. Anent Eisenhower, from a column of Decem ber 14th. 1951: “Meanwhile, you can bet your last green back Eisenhower will run as a Republican. Op xrri ■ or ceri ■ ponente of the General are so afraid of Ike NCLX RUSSELL * Presidential candidate that they are al ready starting to get their whacks In. The mud-sllnglng, and the 1952 campaign will be full of It, has begun. They've started out on Elsenhower’s mother and her religious beliefs. They’re telling Negroes that Eisenhower did nothing to eliminate army jlmcro In his command during the last war, the Middle War." This was written at a time when a lot of people were refusing to take Eisenhower seriously as a Presidential possibility. From a column of January 4th, 1952: "It the General Isn't going to run. someone had better tip off his supporters. THEY ARE SCURRYING AROUND BE HIND THE HEADLINES JUST AS INDUSTRIOUSLY AS IF THE ELECTION WAS IN THE BAG. ITS EITHER WISHFUL THINKING OR PLANNED POLITICS. TIME WILL TELL.” The candidacy of Stevenson was disclosed in a column of Febru ary Ist, 1952, in a write-up of the Urban League dinner at the Wal dorf Astoria: "The appearance of Sengstacke (Ed. note: Chicago Defender publisher) with Governor Stevenson started the rumor pot boiling. The word buzzed around that it was the kick-off for a Stevenson- Kefauver tie-up for the Democratic nomination. Kefauver has since announced he’s for President,, not for Veep.” ". . . Although Dwight Palmer was the guest of honor. It was Stevenson who stole the honors from the speaker's rostrum. Stevenson has the ability to turn a neat phrase. Of course, he's a politician, one must remember. He isn’t too Impressive as to physical appearance but when he starts making with the words he knows what he's about . . ." There followed some quotes from his speech. “If the Governor wrote those words himself, HE’S A MAN TO BE RECKONED WITH . . .” 1 met Senator John Sparkman of Alabama on one occasion and found him to Is* a very friendly, personable and handsome gentleman. From certain of his remarks at the time, I felt very strongly that although political expediency makes it necessary for him to openly go along with anti-civil rights legislation, he personally does NOT agree with the stand of the rabid southern ers. I did not bring up the matter of civil rights. Senator Spark man brought it up and looked directly at me when he was speak Ing, although there were half a dozen other people in the group at the time. It seemed that he was trying to get across to me that he, as an individual, felt that every American had a chance to full rights. This is not a pitch for Sparkman. It's just an observation, and I think, a fairly correct one. I have always been more concerned with the polite, subtle dis crimination of the North than with the open bigotry of the South. The stand of the rabid, anti-Negro southerner is hurting us on the international scene and makes our lot as the leading democracy an inconsistent and nonsensical one. However, the sly discrimination of the North with its front of phony liberalism is more distasteful to me. I know how to fight my open enemies, but I find it a tremendous task to cope with my false friends, race relations-wiae. It is my one hope and my greatest ambition to put Into print so that it doesn’t appear chlp-on-the-shoulder. the HIDDEN bigotry of the North. How can you put into words the subtleties of discrimination, the concealed barbs masked behind polite man ners? How can you make come alive the picture of the Great Fraud, the Glorious Hypocrisy? The velvet glove concealing the iron first makes a tough bed fellow with the cold mechanics of a typewriter, but the mating can be accomplished, believe me. The red-faced, lynch-minded cracker with his Ignorance and ingrained hate Is bad enough, Lord knows, but the smug, smiling, sly Northern bigot with his Inner rotten core Is all the more dangerous for his gracious front. What a farce he is! Baseball pictures have not been money-makers at the boxoffice, altho some of them have been very good. "The Winning Team", now showing at neighborhood houses, is handicapped by a dull title. It is the story of Grover Cleveland Alexander, one of the greatest pitchers in baseball. It's a heart-warming film. Not great. Ronald Reagan, whom I consider to be one of Hollywood's most under-rated actors, does a genuinely good job in the role of Alex. Doris Day. a gal who has a simplicity about her acting that I find refreshing is wonderful as his wife, Amy. If you can see this picture. I think you'd enjoy it. Unfortunately, in the neighborhood houses here it has been coupled with a yawn in technicolor, "Three for Bedroom C Swanson, coupled with a young leading man. is less than adequate. Miss Swanson, as an aging actress in "Sunset Boulevard” was a triumph. Miss Swanson, as a not-so-young actress who attracts a stolid young professor in "Three for Bedroom C” is a bore. The most interesting interpretation in the yawn was done by a young Negro actor, Ernest Anderson. Anderson plays the role of a waiter on the Super-Chief. He's a college graduate, the | script says. This Is plausible More than one Negro college gradu ate is carrying trays on trains. Mr. Anderson’s attempt to stride : the tightrope between a properly respectful waiter and a well I read college graduate is a marvel to behold. The shots of him shaking hands with the professor will be deleted from all films | showing in Washington. I). C. and points South, one suspects. In the attempt to get away from the stereotype, the gents in Hollywood have Mr. Anderson mouthing some proper lines that once in awhile wear the patience. But give the boys credit for trying I do believe they are trying out on the Coast, so I hate to be too critical. SHOP AND SAVf AT o WARD’S FOOD MARKET Meats Poultry Dairy Products ] [ Fresh Fruita and Vegetables Rondo At Farrington ELK. 6100 ■ 1 1 BIRTHDAY .GREETINGS. ST. PAUL BIRTHDAYS August 3—Mrs. Essie Stewart. 570 W. Central Ave.; Rodney Maxwell, 890 St. Anthony Ave. August 4—Wanda Blakey. 756 St. Anthony Ave.; Curtis Banks, 937 Rondo Ave.; Jessie O. House. St. Paul; Mrs. Napoleon Jackson. 306 Rondo Ave. August s—Yvonne Kemp. 606 St. Anthony Ave.; Mona Lisa Rosenbloom. 248 H Rondo Ave.; Mr. T. J. Jackson. 678 St. An thony Ave.; Mrs. Antoinette Per teet. 817 W. Central Ave.; Mrs. Wiliam James. 826 Rondo Ave.; Mrs. Foster. 283 No. St. Albans. August 6—Mrs. Wills Mae Barber. 535 Carroll Ave.; Barbara Jean Patterson. 901 Carroll Ave.; Mrs. Frederic Weston. 845 Igle hart Ave.; Peter Elliot. 511 Igle hart Ave.; Mrs. Payton Hunt. Jr., 908 Carroll Ave. August 7—Mrs. James Wil liams. 826 Rondo Ave.; Gloria Gilbreath. 978 St. Anthony Ave.; Mrs. Katie Leavell. Berlene Price. 706 Rondo Ave.; Napoleon Jack son. 306 Rondo Ave. August B—Ben J Moore. 99 W Lawson. Lucille Robinson. 766 Rondo Ave.; Mrs. Charles Pon ders, 694 Rondo Ave.; Pat Benner. 524 Carroll Ave.; Claude Brown Louise Lamb. 586 W. Central Ave. Sr.. 441 St. Anthony; Paula Mrs. Henry Williams; Terrell Jackson, 678 St. Anthony Aw.; Mrs. Herbert Harris. 707 Rondo Ave. August 9—Mrs. James Kirk Sr., 937 St. Anthony Ave.; Mrs. Ly man Myers. 868 Iglehart Ave ; James Bradford Jr.; 1008 Carroll Ave.; William Bowen, 382 No. Avon St.; Mrs. Clara Williams, 478 St. Anthony Ave. MINNEAPOLIS BIRTHDAYS August 3 Lucille Webster. 3839 Fifth Ave. So.; Mrs Lucille Lear. 2915 Garfield Ave. So.; Mrs. G. L. Bailey. 3549 Fourth Ave. So.; Lucille McQultter. 256 13th Ave. So. August 4—Mrs E. L. Escue. 3552 Fifth Ave. So.; Mrs. Joseph Jennings. 3930 Third Ave. So.; Mary Margaret Morris. 951 Al drich Ave. So. August 5- Harry Hill, 3852 Fifth Ave. So.; Mrs. A F Martin, 3720 Fifth Ave. So.; Ruth Ander son. 3812 Fourth Ave. So.; J. M. Cunningham, 1921 Fifth Ave. So. August 6 Earl W. Bowman. 3612 Fourth Ave. So.; Mary Kate Breedlove. 804 Aldrich Ave. No.; Joseph Maxwell. 3721 Fourth Ave. So.; Frances Lee. 256 13th Ave. So. August 7 Leon Lewis. 1010 6th St. So.; Mrs F W Doyle. 2634 Fourth Ave So.; Mrs. Rosa Pitt man. 3812 Fourth Ave. So.; Mrs. Lula Jackson. 2746'4| Clinton Ave. Mrs. Florence Mayes. 1031 Bryant Ave No. August 8 Joe Stewart. 516 13th Ave So.; Charles Miller. Jr. 1001 Bryant Ave No.; Talmadge Carey 3704 Fifth Ave. So. August 9 Joseph Harped* 2310 10th Ave So Out-of Town Birthdays — Aug. 3 Mrs. Esther Jones. San Francisco Calif. Aug 4 Marjorie McClane, Boston. Mass Aug. s—Joseph Hoard. Kansas City. Mo. Aug 7- Marvin R Shivers, Ix>s Angeles. Calif.; Mrs William Seabron. Detroit. Michigan, Don ald St. John. White Plaines. N Y Aug. B—Dr. P. E. Haynes, St. Joseph, Mo. Aug 9 Carroll Melley, Hop kins. Minn. Mrs. Samuel Watson, Birmingham. Ala. Usually when I am in the mood for some inexpensive entertain ment I roam the city streets until I find a street barker. Recently I went looking, found one, and was not disappointed. As I approached his portable table, around which was gathered a half dozen watchers, the barker was just getting wound up: "Ladies and gentlemen." he shouted. "I have here a flexible comb that will stand any kind of rough treatment: It can be bent double, it can be struck with a hammer it can be twisted, it can be . . ." At this point one of the onlook ers interrupted with this pertin ent question: "Can you comb your hair with it?" Wedding Candids Baby Candids BUZZ BROWN'S Photographic Studios coMMiaciAi - sosTsani ■epradvxtlaa af Old Sh»»o« IM Na. Vktaria »♦. IL 7W M. Pawl 4. Mlaa. I JAMES TRACY Oeneral Insurance 202 Globe Bldg. CE. 4590 ST. PAUL 1, MINN. M. J. Caulfield Orthopedic Shoemaker 8hoe« Made to Order for Deformed Feet GENERAL RIPAIR WORK •77 Selby < cor. Cbatawortb) DAle M>74 UNOLEUM ASPHALT TILE RUBBER TILE PHAM LINOLEUM free estimate* 370 Robert 9t. Cl 0921 FASHION-OF-WEEK * ' f" /< FOR THAT SMART LOOK thi* stunning two-way *n»«mbl* >• tops. Ths flattering cape and dress. In beautiful rayon linen comes In navy blus with white, and aqua with white. The dress Is cool and smart. Don the cape and presto, a new dreas. Sold by house wife representatives of Fashion Frocks, Cincinnati. (ANP) Additional Social and Personal News St. Paul Maida And Matrons Meet: The Twin City Maida and Matrons Bridge club met Saturday, July 26 with Mrs. Cleat Oliver. 779 Carroll Ave. Mrs. Oliver’s guests were Mmes. John M. Patton, David Francis. Palmer 8. Jackson. Charles E. Noble, Earl Brent, and O. L. Alexander. Mrs. Patton won the first prizes for the canasta players and Mrs. Francis won sec ond Mrs. Earl Brent won the first guest prize for the bridge game. Mrs. Alexander won the second and Mrs. Jackson the third. The club prizes were won by Mrs. James Kirk, Sr., first, Mrs. R. S. Underwood, second and Mrs. J. Walton Crump the third. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Alice Morgan. 3827 Fifth Ave. So., Sat urday. Sept. 27. Guests Leave: Mr. Charles Tucker Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tucker of Detroit, left for his home on Friday. July 25 after a very pleasant visit as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Allen and their daughters, Myrrhene and Marcheta. His mother, the former Isabelle Mclntyre, also was a guest of the Allens. She left Wednesday, July 30 for her home she came to St. Paul to see her father, Mr. J. Caatonc, 790 Carroll Ave. and also her foster father. Mr. H. F. Mclntyre. 901 Carroll Ave. Both men have been ill. but are improving. Pow Wow: The St. Paul Urban League Guild had a most enjoy able time at their scavenger hunt and pow wow, on Friday. July 25. For the scavenger hunt, two teams were formed. Mrs. Beatrice Coleman wax the leader of one and Mrs Lillian Balenger led the other. Mrs. Balenger’a team won the prize. The group formed a motor-cade and drove to the Joyce Kilmer fire place. They enjoyed playing games and one that proved very interesting wax cal led ’’human bingo” Everyone knew everyone else before they had played it very long. When In Seattle Stop at Blahop'a Pharmacy, oae Hlork tress Depot Bishop Pharmacy SO7 Jackson St. SE. 2866 Seattle, Washington EgM pOUSE $4.59 Per gal. In s's FRED BOLDT Paint & Wallpaper Co., Inc. 511 Klee St. CO. 0753 Open Mon. Nite Till 9 p. tn. • (E • w.s ’*• See&ttdil •AVtTt TU UNOUUM Staty-Om Imt Mi GA. J 474 GARDNER'S D-X STATION Western end Central OAle OOM O-X Oeaellne ead Olaataad •reeWeg. WeaMag ead O-X Merer OH. SVWtTT OA—ttSR. Free. Friday, August 1, 1952, St Paul RECORDER, Page 7 ; Social <iii(l Personal 7 ] 2 ☆ MINNEAPOLIS ☆ < Returns From Southern Trip: Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Flippiu, 3943 Second Ave. So., returned Saturday, from Tulsa, Okla homa, where they spent their vacation visiting relatives and friends. They left July 9. They had a very nice trip and enjoyed being in Tulsa. New Yorker Gone Home: Mrs. E. G. Dillard of New York City left Wednesday. July 23 for her home after spending a week as the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gransberry, 4041 Fourth Ave So. Mrs. Dillard and Mrs Sam Gransberry are sisters in-law July 23 The Sam Gransberry* were visited by Mr. Gansberry’s father, Mr. Edward Gransberry and his grandfather. Mr. D. C. Bell of Monroe, La., who will spend two weeks with them in their home at 4041 Fourth Ave. So. Enter* Hospital: Mr*. Mary Morris. 1004 Bryant Ave. No., en tered the General hospital. Thurs day, July 24. Texana Visit Here: Mr. and Mrs Robert Wormley. 500 E. 25th St.. have Miss Thelma Col lin* and Miss Sandra Anderson from Austin. Texas as their house guests. Miss Collins is Mrs. Wormley’s sister and Miss Ander son is their niece. They will be here about two more weeks. Luncheon Guests: Mrs. Charles Cleveland, 2812 Elliot Ave., had as her guests at a luncheon, Tues day. July 22. the Misses Thelma Collins and Sandra Anderson, of Austin. Texas, and Mr. Robert Wormley. On Motor Trip: Mr. Frank Frank Peoples. 2201 Fifth Ave. So., and his nephew and wife, Mr. and Mr*. Thomas Jenkins, 334 E. 38th St., left Monday. July 28 on a motor trip that will take them to Omaha. Kansas City, Emporia and Independence Kansas and to Milwaukee and Chicago. Overcome By Heat: Mrs. Mayme Whiting, 3511 Snelling Ave. So., is resting easy after she was overcome by heat at her home on Monday. She is recover ing from shock, but still under the core of her physician. Some Fish: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cleveland and family. 2812 Elliot Ave., motored to Wis consin on a fishing trip last week end and they brought home a twenty-pound blue cat fish and five pike weighing from eight to seventeen pounds. Gone To Funeral: Mrs. L. B. Vaughn. 2810 10th Ave. So., left Monday. July 28. for Milwaukee to attend funeral services of the Rev. Felix Chaney. Chib Meet*: The Laissez-nous falre Bridge club met with Mrs. Burie Carmichael, 3744 Fifth Ave. So., Saturday, July 26. Prizes were won by Mrs. Ollye A. Gunn, first, Mrs. O. L. Alexander, second, Mrs. R. L. Stokes Sr., QjourHAIR s%rfedly QfyatclieJ 9 CLUfTEI CURLS hair Wte«a ym* uw the JKSSIK KARK Cluster of Ceria. Hy west lag thia fsenrrte ■ttaehment. you do sway with tho M of hot Irons tboroby giving your hair time la rrgaia its strength. Junt faNten the euHo •a top of your owr hair, la thi> or <Mhe» Frier SI $0 A BOY S3OO $3.50 CHIGNON •and 0/ yovr hoir or •tore nkf OADft TODATf SEND NO MONEY pay postman on delivery. Braid | 3.50 Larae Clutter 7.00 All Around. Roll 7.00 Half Glamour 10 00 Half Caf Wig ibxio —a inc. 160 BROADWAY ROOAA (SOO MEW YORK 38, N.Y. third and Mrs. Burie Carmichael, consolation. Home Again: Mrs. John Shep hard. 3528 Fifth Ave. So, re turned Friday, July 25. from a trip to Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio. Dinner Guests: Mrs. Charles Tucker and son. Charles Jr, of Detroit, were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tela Burt, 2818 11th Ave. So., on Wednesday, Aug. 23. Windy City Guests: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Randall and daugh ter, 711 Lyndale Ave. No., spent a week In Chicago visiting. Visited City st Angels: Mr. Leon Johnigan. son of Mr. and Mrs E. C. Johnigan. 2819 Clin ton Ave., spent two weeks visit ing in Los Angeles, Calif. Church Builder Return*: Rev. and Mr*. Martin Luther Simmons and Martin Jr., returned from a very pleasant trip. They visited relatives and friends in Detroit, Michigan. With Grandparent*: Darryl (Joey) Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Mitchell, Jr., of Pasadena, Calif., has spent the first part of his vacation in Min neapolis visiting his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs B. W. Mor row, 1031 Bryant Ave. No. He is now the house guest of his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. Underwood, 3833 Third Ave. So. TRfSH-JJSAfW Master WHITE BREAD Well Baked by Zitutnad* |l MEN'S SUITS n. wn D”?? 100 CSi. | Cw. M. SUM* For That Extra Special Personal Touch - Remember To Give Flowers. We Arrange and Deliver. Call Mai Hardin at . . . Central Flower Shop 443 St. Polar St. OA. 4088 M OO e 57.50 twN FOX HAT £3 STORE Y' 4*9 WABASHA ST. 9T PAUL If You Have A Car that ■ beyooM repair, see Capitol Auto Parts Wrrcklop Cars Oar Specialty 4PI CWIVER9ITY DAlo AMT DU PONT'S PAINTS Fine Wall Paper CLARK S, INC. 472 Robert St. OA. 1397 Open Monday* to 8 p. m.; Sat. To 1:00 p. m. Other* Days to 5:30 p. m. RIAIT H A • S BEAUTY SALON 624 Rondo Offer* All Lines of Beauty Culture for Milady Shop: EL. 4406 Rea.: MU.1448 Reaitha Carter. Mgr.-Operator Interior A Exterior FAINTING Very Seasonable Bates EMIL KREBS 545 Marshall Avn St. Paul Tel EL. IMI After ( p. aa.