Social and Personal
I ☆ MINNEAPOLIS ☆
Stag Party: An evening of good fellowship and comradship
was enjoyed Saturday. July 28, when James A. Kinney, 7021
Upton Av S, Richfield, entertianed in honor of Fezzan Patrol
No. 26 at his home. The evening was enjoyed socialising and
enjoying the lunch served. Guests were Messrs. Charles Martin,
Marion Brown, Merle Taylor, John Carter, William Davis, John
McHie Jr.. Henry Josey. Dan Mc-
Adams. Hobart T. Mitchell Sr..
Thomas Johnson. John Ewing. and
Kansas City Visitor: Mrs Doris
Terrell of Kansas City, Mo. is in
the city visiting relatives and
friends She is dividing her time
as guest of her cousins. Mr. and
Mrs Lewis Whitlock of 3854 Clin
ton Av., and other relatives.
Visiting Mount: Mrs. Robert
Mallory, 4053 CUnton Av., is visit
ing her mother, Mrs. U. G. Smith,
in Waterloo. la., for a few days.
Dew Visitor: Mrs. Bessie
Johnson. Washington, D. C. who
has been the guest of her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
James C. Campbell of 3953 Port
land Av., for the past week, left
for her home on Monday, August
13. Mrs Johnson was greatly im
presed with the city, its many
beauty spots and hopes to return
for another visit in the near
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Abe! Food Market, 741 W Central
Baldez A Howell. 9-FE. 9-4406
Chatsworth Inn. Rondo and Chatsworth
Courtesy News Co, 381 Wabasha St.
C A G. Recreation. Western 4 St Anthony
Dairy Home Store. 820 Rondo Av.
Elliott Grocery Milton A Rondo
Gardners Barber Shop West Central 4 Avon
Hunter's Barber Shop. Arundel A Rondo
Lincoln Food Market MackuMn A Rondo
Martin’s Barber Shop
Martin's Food Mkt 889 Carroll Av.
Neuman s Grocery West Central A Arundel
Spencer Martin, 888 Carroll. CA. 7-4937
White Front Market Kent A St Anthony
Wilson Beauty Shop Rondo between Grotto and St Albans
Western Super Market Wut Central A Western
Entertained: Mrs Alma Kinney,
7021 Upton Av. S, was a gracious
hostess on Fnday evening. August
10, when she entertained a few
friends at a get-together in her
home. Socializing. listening to the
records followed by refreshments
rounded out the gala evening.
Those enjoying the occasion were
the Mmes. Thelma Brown of
Akron. 0.. cousin and house guest
of the hostess; Zella Dearing, Fem
Helm. Jeonne Spivey, Nannie Fogg
Lucille McAdams. Beulah Mitchell,
Lucy Harris, Leota Perkins. Vera
Richardson. Lena LaFoucette and
Friday Night Out Club Enter
tains: Food, fun and frolic was the
order of the evening on Saturday,
August 11. when members of the
Friday Night Out club were hos
tesses at a powwow at Glenwood
Park. Guests for the occasion were
husbands of members who enjoyed
roasting weiners and the other re
freshments. Members and hus
bands present were the Messrs,
and Mmes. Phillip Blackwell. T.
J. Flippin. Wayne Glanton, For
rest Hill, James Horris, Fred Lee,
Jr.. Theodore Lockett. Paul
Nevils. Ira Robinson, William
Thomas and the Mmes. Walter
Foster and Clarence Smith. The
Club will hold its next regular
meeting Friday night. August 17
at the home of Mrs. Alonzo Lee.
2023 Bloomington Av.
A.J.W. Sports Club Held Meet
ing: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arrington,
3448 Third Av. S, were hosts to
the A.J.W. Sports club on Satur
day evening. August 4. Following
the business session, club members
honored Frederick Wilson with a
surprise birthday party. Refresh
ments including a decorated birth
day cake were enjoyed. Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Wilson were guests
of the club The next meeting will
be at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Billie Shelton. 1310 Ninth St. 8,
on Saturday. August 18.
Hospitalized: James (Jimmie)
Slemmooa, 2015 Fifth Av. S.. en
tered Fairview hospital Monday,
August 13. for treatment and x
New York Visitors: Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Hooper and son
Stephen of New York City who
have been visiting their mother
and family. Mrs. Elsie McMoore
of 416 E 25th St, left by plane
for their home on Thursday, Aug.
16. Mrs. Hooper, the former Mar
ian McMoore, is a native Minne
apolitan Many courtesies were ex
tended the visitors Including din
ner guest of their uncle and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Wallace
Sr., party at the home of Mr. and
Mrs Edwin Sizer, breakfast guest
of Mrs. Vesta Young and luncheon
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Hospitalized: Mrs. Clyde Wil
liams < Manon) 3351 Portland Av.
is a patient in Asbury hospital.
Aug. 18 Bertha L. Thompson.
817 Third Av. No.; Mrs. Odessa
Walker. 2531 Clinton Av.; Mrs.
Malvenia Glenn. 3534 Snelling Av.;
Mrs. John Herriford. 2740 CUnton
Aug. 19 Mrs Marjory Curry,
3115 Columbus Av.
Aug 20 Mrs Charlotte Davis,
3621 Portland Av.; Mrs. Naomi
Henderson, 516 Bryant Av. N.;
Tyler J. Howell Sr, 2207 Elliot
Av.; Mrs Helen Hook. 1116 Fre
mont Av. N.; Mrs. Catharine
Cochran. 4420 Fifth Av. S.
Aug 21—Wyatt C. Pierro. 3615
Fourth Av. S.; J. B. Crawford.
1102 E. 28th St.; Sandra Lynn
Gibbs, 4044 Fifth Av. S; Irving
Williams. 3640 Snelling Av.
Aug. 22 —R. Adams, 717 Sev
enth St. N.; John Freeze. 4133
Fourth Av. S.;'Mrs. Ethel Wiley,
3941 Clinton Av.; Florie Hadley,
3900 Fourth Av. S.; Mrs. Ira Rob
inson. 3848 Oakland Av.; Janet
Williams. 3351 Portland Av.; Mrs.
M. R. Swain. 3347 Third Av. 8.;
Mrs Myrtle Banks. 1051 Bryant
Aug. 23—Harry E. Floyd. 2426
Fifth Av. 8,; Mrs. E. McGaughe,
506 Cotfax Av. N.; Rosie Stephens.
612 Seventh St. N.; Mrs. Rose St.
Clair. 1126 Fremont Av. N.; Mrs.
Henry Breedlove, 721 Aldrich Av.
N.; Leonard Martin, 510 Fre
mont Av. N.
Aug. 24 -Charles Noble, 3732
Fourth Av. 8.; Mrs. Emily Vaughn
834 17th Av. 8.; James Clardy,
1814 15th Av. S.; Thelma Starks,
819 17th Av. S.; Mrs. Bennie
Owens. 720 Fremont Av. N.
Aug. 18 Merle L. Greenwood
Aug 20 Daryl Royster. Austin
Texas. Rodney Wormley, Ft.
Worth. Tex.; Lee Murray, Milwau
Aug. 21- Mrs. Esther Roach,
Los Angeles. Calif., Mrs. Clarissa
Lewis. Alston. Mass.
Aug. 23 James Ellis, Chicago.
ST. PAUL BIRTHDAYS
Aug. 18 Della Lillard, 536 St.
Anthony Av.; J. W. Smith, 547
Aug. 19 Mrs. Nora McCrack
en. 852 Albermarle Av.; Jolcen
Robinson. 969 Iglehart Av.; Mrs
Eugene Ross. 459 St. Anthony
Av.; Jsines Thomas, 804 St. An
thony Av.; Harry J. Ballard. 577
St. Anthony Av.; Ethel Helen
Myers, 868 Iglehart Av.
Aug. 20—Sidney L. Williams,
1366 Blair Av.; Ira Dorsey. 967
Iglehart Av.; Georgia Price. 454
Rondo Av.; Carol Clark. 615 W.
Central Av.; Wanda Marie Owens,
872 Dayton Av.; Diane Cecelia
Russell. 699 Iglehart Av.; Carolyn
Sue Allen. 642 Iglehart Av.
Aug 21 Albert Wright Jr . 371
N. Western Av.; Sally Ann Moody,
727 Rondo Av.; Raymond Ryan.
854 Iglehart Av.
Aug 22—L. L. Davis Jr., 698
Rondo Av.; Willa Mae Lamb. 586
W. Central Av.; Mrs. Wynn Car
ter. 295 Rondo Av.; Mrs. Leia J.
Boyd. 703 Iglehart Av.
Aug. 23 -Kenneth Robinson. 790
St. Anthony Av.; Anna L. Perry.
908 Iglehart Av.; Mrs. Manly
Rhodes. 690 Carroll Av.; Sandra
lone Smith, 651 St. Anthony Av.
Aug 24—Jean Marie Culver,
1489 N. Western Av.: John M.
Culver. 1489 N. Western Av.; Mrs.
J. M. O'Neal. 736 CarroD Av.;
Mary Alice Burrell, 285 Rondo
Av.; Patricia Parker. 668 BL An
thony Av.; Leonia Montague, 797
Iglehart Av.; Viola Worthington.
317 N. Avon St.; Nelaon Balenger
HI. 512 Carroll Av.
Aug. 18— Mr and Mrs. Robert
Chatham, 2808 Tenth Av. S , 15
Aug. 20—Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Gonzales, 1809 S Seventh St., six
Aug 19 Mr. and Mrs Lyman
H. Myers. 868 Iglehart Av.. 15
Aug. 20— Mr and Mrs. Walter
Suthern. 888 Rondo Av.. 18 years.
Aug. 23—Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Ormand. 783 St. Anthony Av, 30
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FOR BACK PORCH EATING
By BETTY COOK
We still have two whole months of outdoor dining ahead,
so get out those paper plates and cups, Mock up on peanuts and
pickles, then spend a few minutes in the kitehen to make a eool
salad and a punch.
The punch can he prepared almost in seconds. Just take out
the ice, open up a can each of pineapple and grapefruit juice,
add sugar and water to a package
of grape soft drink powder, and
mix all together in a t all pitcher
and there you are!
The salad is a "quickie" too,
made with packaged pre-cooked
rice as the base. It has chicken
and grapes for taste and glamour,
and the peanuts for crunchy tex
ture. It's a meal in itself and
mighty attractive, too. with gar
nishes for both color and enjoy
Maybe you haven't a cut little
"guardsman" to stand at attention
over the peanuts, but they're just
as tasty served on a paper plate,
and really “finger-licking” good
to eat. Come on now. let’s enjoy
these evenings -it’s Summertime.
Chicken Salad Royale
*4 cuj coarsley chopped peanuts
H teaspoon salt
I*4 cups boiling water
*4 cup French dressing
1 t easpoon salt
*4 teaspoon pepper
1*» cups diced cooked chicken
1 cup diced celery
I*4 cups halved green or white
*4 cup coarsely* chopped peanuts
Add packaged pre-cooked rice
and *4 teaspoon salt to boiling
water in saucepan Mix just to
moisten all rice. Cover and remove
from heat. Let stand 13 minutes.
Then uncover and let cool to room
About an hour before serving,
combine mayonnaise. French dres
sing. 1 teaspoon salt, and the pep
per, mixing well. Combine chicken,
celery, seedless grapes and pea
nuts in a bowl. Stir in the mayon
naise mixture. Then add the rice
and mix lightly with a fork. ChlD.
Serve on crisp lettuce. Makes a
bout 6 cups or 4 to 6 servings.
Garnish with small bunches of
grapes, if desired.
1 package grape soft drink
1 cup sugar
Water and ice cubes to make 2
2 cups pineapple juice
2 cups grapefruit juice
Dissolve soft drink powder and
sugar In water. Add pineapple
juice and grapefruit juice. Mix
well. Makes 3 quarts, or about 24
Additional Social &
Seriously HI: Mrs. Rebecca
Tyrrell who has been a patient in
the Cornelius Nursing Home suf
fered a stroke on Friday. August
10. and is now a patient in Gen
eral hospital annex Her condition
is reported poor. Her son. George
Tyrrell is in San Francisco, Calif
and has not been reached to in
form him of his mother's condi
(Mrsfo Visitor: Mrs Beatrice
Holmes of Chicago. 11l . spent the
past week end in the city and was
guest of Mr. and Mrs Earl Brent
of 4429 Fourth Av. 8 Mrs Holmes
was enroute to Winnipeg Can.,
where she will take a boat trip
going first to Lake Winnipeg to
the Norway House at Hudson Bay
and then back to Winnipeg then
to Jasper National Park and Van
couver. From Vancouver she will
go to Portland, Ore., and down
the coast to San Francisco and
from there to Loa Angeles. stay
ing there for several weeks. On
the homeward trip she will visit in
Salt Lake City, Utah. Colorado
Springs. Kansas City, Mo., and
back to Chicago.
Hospitalised: Richard L. Stokes
Jr 4200 17th Av. S . Is a patient
in St Joseph's hospital. St. Paul.
Mr Stokes, hospitalised for a
rest and treatment, la expected to
be discharged the latter part of
Family Visitors: Mrs. David C.
Edwards, the former Jane Musa,
and children, Sandra, David Jr.,
and Harvey, accompanied by Mrs.
Gertrude Green and Mias Vega
Davis, all of Chicago, 111., will ar
rive in the city August 24, for a
visit with Mrs. Edwards' parents,
Mr and Mrs. Harvey Mona and
other relatives Mrs Green
Is a sister of Mrs. Moss and a
native of Minneapolis. The arrival
of the Edwards' three children will
be a momentous occasion for their
paternal great-grandmother, Mrs.
Mary Moss of 3813 Fourth Av. 8.,
as It will be the first meeting for
her with her two younger great
grandchildren, David Jr., and Har
vey and renewing acquaintance
with her great granddaughter.
Des Moines Visitors: Mr and
Mrs. Paul Danforth of Des Moines,
I la., arrived in the city Saturday
for a few days visit with Mr. Dan
forth’s brother and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Danforth of 3836
Clinton Av. The visitors worshlp
: ped at St. Peter's AME church on
Sunday morning. August 12 and
i were honored with a barbecue
' dinner held in the backyard of
their hosts and later the same evo-
I ning they enjoyed visiting. The
' lowans left for home on Tuesday.
Rlrthday Greetings: Greetings
jto Mrs. Bernice Cochran, 4420
I Fifth Av. S.. who will observe her
natal day on Monday. August 20.
Guests: Mr. and Mrs Raymond
i Brannon and three sons, David,
Ronald and Peter of Milwaukee,
Wis„ and Mr. Brannon s father of
Wisconsin attended the Jehovah
Witness convention in Minneapo
lis and were guests of Rev and
Mrs. E Henderson of 1129 Bryant
Av. N.. during their stay. They ar
rived August 9th and left for
thir homes on August 12
Brother Wax Guest Mrs Viola
Madden and Mrs. Josephine
Brown of 3837 Fifth Av 9. had as
their houseguest .their brother,
Leeford F. Jackson of Chicago,
who spent a few days In the city.
Mr. Jackson is also the brother
of Mrs. Hattie Shelton. In honor
of their houseguest Mrs. Madden
and Mrs Brown were co-hoxtesses
at dinner on Sunday. August 12.
Other guests were Miss Daisy
Pleas, Mr. and Mrs. L. Gray, and
Mrs. Christine Anderson. Mr.
Jackson expressed having a won
derful time visiting his relatives
He left Thursday for his home.
Correction: In the wedding ac
count of the Tabom-Jackson wad
ding, the first name of the groom
Is Thomas Louis Jackson. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs John Uvingaton Tabom.
Members And Guests
Enjoy Bridge Club
A pleasant afternoon was en
joyed by members and guests
when Mrs. O. L. Alexander, 3832
Fifth Av. 8.. was hostem to the
laUaaea-noua-falre Bridge Club on
Saturday afternoon. August 11.
Floral arrangements of garden
flowers were placed at vantage
points throughout the rooms and
members and guests were served
from tables centered with vases of
Following a tasty summer menu
the remainder of the afternoon
was enjoyed playing several
rounds of bridge Mra. Harry
Brown captured first club prise;
Mrs. Clarence A Anderson, sec
ond; Mrs Charles Noble, a new
member welcomed into the club,
third and Mrs. Burie Carmichael
was awarded the consolation.
Guests taking home prises for
high scores were the Mmes. Earl
Brent, first; Charles W. Glenn,
second, Jessie Shepard, third and
Carrie Neal, fourth Mrs. Beatrice
Holmes of Chicago, out-of-town
guest, was given a gift by the hos
tess. Mrs. Charles D Curry was
scorekeeper and wax given a gift.
Other guests Included the
Mmes Palmer Jackson, Alonso
Cotton. George Nixon. Frank
Terry. Hasel Underwood and O.
Knights Of Columbus
Extend Four Day
The Eighteenth annual lay
men's retreats will be held at St.
Thomas College the week ends of
August 18 and 20 and August 24
to 28 They will be conducted un
der the auspices of Archbishop
John G. Murray of St. Paul; and
the sponsorship of the St. Paul
Knights of Columbus
The retreatmaster will be the
very capable Rev Edward Stho
kal, 8 J. of the Milwaukee Jesuit
Province. Rev. Sthokol, proved
moat popular with the men of this
area In retreats conducted this
past year at laike Demontrevtlle,
North St. Paul.
Grand Knight, L. J. Mangan, ex
tended a cordial invitation to all
the men of our community to ser
iously consider thia fine spiritual
opportunity. He stated. "Our re
treats are only 44 hours In length,
but are complete In every way as
regards program and spiritual ex
ercises. Everything possible Is
done to provide the individual man
with a full opportunity to study
and think over his spiritual ap
proach to life, so he may come
away with a new spiritual
strength and a solid religious foot
ing to his daily life."
Reservations and information
may be had by calling Bt. Paul,
No local social correspondent
can describe a wedding as well as
social and personals editor Jessie
Shepard of this newspaper
• Big Car Races, Aug. 26,
29 and 31; September 2 and
3. Stock Car Races, Aug. 25,
28, 30 and Sept. 1. AMA
Motorcycle Races, Sept. 1.
• 1956 State Fair Revue,
with Fireworks, last 9 Nites,
Aug. 26-Sept. 3.
• C.A.P. Drill A Thrill Show,
Nite, August 25; Day Thrill
Show, August 27.
* Nite Horse Show, Aug. 26
thru 31 and Sept. 2, Mati
nees, Aug. 31 and Sept. 2, 3.
• Livestock, Machinery,
Home Activities, Poultry,
FFA and 4-H, Form Crops,
Education, Dairy, Honey
and Other Major Shows.
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Friday, Auguat IT, 1»M. St. Paul
Social and Personal
☆ ST.’ PAUL ☆
New Position: Mm Ernest W. bee (Edna Akins) of 743
Iglehart Av., has received a position aa typist in the Depart
ment of Purchasing at the State Capitol. Mrs Lee is also cor
responding secretary at the Gospel Temple ( htirch of God In
Christ of 247 N. Grotto St.
Sister Is Guest: Mrs Anna Taylor of Baltimore. Ma., is vi»-
itlng her brother. sister-in-law and
family. Mr and Mrs Richard L.
Stokes Sr.. of 757 St. Anthony Av.
Mrs. Taylor is dividing her time
with her nephews and families, the
Ashmore Stokes Richard Stokes
Jr, and Kenneth Stokes and is
getting ecqualnted with her great
nieces and great nephews.
Return Home: Mr and Mrs. C.
W. Houser. 1457 Albany Av„ re
turned home Wednesday night.
August 8. from a ten-day vaca
tion spent at Yellowstone Park.
The vacationers enjoyed the won
derful scenery including the Hot
Springs; saw Old Faithful In ac
tion, saw the Teton mountains and
many other scenic points. They
returned home via Billlngx, Mont.,
where they spent one night.
New Daughter: The Thurlow
Evans Tibbs of Washington. D. C.
and the Ixiuis P. Mixire families of
St. Paul are rejoicing over the ar
rival of a new baby girl In the
family, bom Friday. August 10 In
Washington The Tibbs have ons
other child, a son, Thurlow, Jr.,
four years old who also Is happj
over hit new sister and playmate.
Also sharing in the joy of a new
granddaughter is the maternal
grandmother, Madame I Jihan Er
antl of Washington. D. C. Mrs
Tibbs, the former Elisabeth Moorn
Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs
Louis P Moore of 662 W Central
Out of Hospital: Mra. Kathleen
McWatt. 856 Iglehart Av., who re
cently underwent minor surgery in
Fairview hospital, Minneapolis, is
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Malting In South: Mr John
Alnaworth. 233 Fuller Av., la ha
lting relative* in Jackion. Flor
ence and Cryatal Springe. Mine.
t amper: Mlaa Gloria Jean Lae.
743 Iglehart Av, left Auguat 10,
for a ten day camping trip at St.
John* Landing near Hinckley,
Malted MiHner: John Brown of
St. Juaeph. Mo., epent the week
end in the city vialting hla atep
niother, Mra. Carl Brown of S3*
St. Anthony Av.
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