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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1942
4^^/SOCIETf/|/
Evelyn Holman In A Beautiful Wedding C eremony
YWCA SCENE
OF WEDDING
RECEPTION
Bride's Sister, Norris,
Lovely Maid Os
Honor
Evelyn Holman, youngest daugh
ter of \lr. and M:?. FK>\d llui;r.,in
of Whitewood avenue, spoke her
marriage nuptials to Mr. William
Douglas on the evening of Novem
ber v at the Shiloh Baptist church
at 7:30 pm. in one of the season s
most beautiful weddings. The cer
emony was performed by the Rev.
S D Ross, minister of the church
The young* blushing bride vvas
lovely in a white satin gown trim
med in dainty lacc, with a long,
trailing veil. The waist line of
the gown was all lacc with match
ing trimming. She carried a bou
quet of roses and carnations. The
bride was given in marriage by
her father.
Mrs Holman, the bride’s mother,
Chose for her daughter's wedding a
beautiful dark green evening gown
and wore a yellow corsage Norris,
the bride's sister was the maid of
honor and wore a sky blue gown
and carried pink carnations.
Other bridesmaids included: Viv
ian Steele, Ali-j Howell, Mildred
Smith Minnie Peail Roberts. Fay
et'.a Hammond, si '*’• of the bride:
these girls wore beautiful in match
ing dresses with contracting colors
©f pink, old rose, pea green, orchid,
teal blue and dark blue Little
Beverly Evans as the flower girl
and looked very sweet in pink and
blue gown The ushers dresed in
tuxedos were Isaac Brown, Lee
Warren. Henry Warren. Leonard
Amour. Wesley Brown Edward
Williams, and Andrew Hurklcss.
The wedding was under the su
pervision of Mrs. Clara Brunson of
4657 Harding ave uc who did a
beautiful job. Everything was tim
ed perfectly and went off very
smoothly. A better job could not
have been done by anyone else.
The reception followed at 9
pm. at the Y.W.C.A. Here, again.
Mrs. Brunson is given credit for
the beautifully arranged bridal ta
ble. A huge wedding cake was
placed at one end o* the table while
a beautiful bouquet of flowers made
an attractive centerpiece. Delicious
ice cream and cake was served the
bridal party and the guests.
Guests from out of town includ
ed: Mrs. Mable Wright and Ida
Mae Wright from Gary, Ind; Mrs.
Leola Coleman of Stugard, Ark.;
and Mrs. Evelyn Marshall from
Arkansas. Other guests present
were: Mrs Eugene Broaden, Mr
and Mrs. Alex Marshall. Mr and
Mrs Milton Briscoe. Mrs. Bessie
Spurlock, Mrs Pearly Friday, Mrs.
Summer. Mrs. McKinney. Mrs.
Warren. Mrs. Grover Wyatt. Mrs.
Mary Ray. Mrs Eva Lockhart,
Mrs. Mary Davis. Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Harris, Mrs. Elizabeth
Smith. Mr. and Ml's. Claudinc Mar
tin, Mrs A Neal. Mr. and Mrs.
William Smith. Miss Frances Hun
ter. Miss Gladys Winston. Miss Vir
ginia Hunter, Mrs-, Frances Jarviz.
Mrs Evelyn Bettis. Mr. B Thorn
ton, Mrs. Venora Johnson. Mr and
Mrs. John Sumlin. Miss Lillian
Payne. Mrs. Sumlin. and-many,
many others too numerous to mcri-
The happy couple received many
beautiful gifts. Friends may see the
-gifts at the home of the . bride's
mother, 6377 Whitewood.
Birthday Party
For Husband
Last Sunday afternoon at her
home. 432 Alger avenue. Mrs. Freda
Thomas entertained her husband.
Abie Thomas, at a birthday party.
The dining room was beautifully
decorated with patriotic colors
The table centerpiece was a huge
bowl of all kinds of fruits with a
•mall American flag at the top.
A most delicious repast was
•erved the guests in buffet style.
The b : rthday cake was beautifully
decorated and heavy laden with
candles.
The guests included Mr and Mrs.
Lee Aikens, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Burns. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Long.
Mr. and Mrs. James Martin, Mr.
and Mrs Thomas Braziel. Mr. and
Mrs. Tomic Mo.-:. Mr and Mrs
Willie Smith. Mr and Mrs. Ted Sol
omon. Mr and Mrs. Curtis Walker
Mr. and Mrs John Strong, Mr
Floyd, and Garland Braziet. Mrs
Ollie Minter. Miss Morris Charles
and Junior Braziel and the Walker
tots.
To Crown Handsome
Serviceman At Party
CHICACO. Illinois (Special)
Tne "Miss Bronze Chicago Social
Club" will give a Triple "V" Victory
Dance. Sunday. November 22. a:
the Olde Tymor's club, 4~29 South
Parkway, from 7 to 11 pm.
The most handsome serviceman
will be selected by popular applause
and the winner will be crownea
•'King" of the dance and oroclaim
*d the most handsome serviceman
on leave in the Chicagoland area.
: '
Not only was it his first party, but for his first
birthday and little Antonio Maceo Collier didn't
know quite what to make of it all. Shown in the
photo are Antonio's godmother, Mary Jefferson
and Mrs. Collier. The children are Harold Jordan,
fHJ
\ \ st
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MISS BEULAH CAIN
Bride-to-be of Dr. J. A. Brewer, is shown admiring the gifts she
received at a bridal shower, given in her honor last Saturday at
Spring Hill Farm. Miss Cain is one of our most popular school
marms, and is basileus of Affrha Rho Omega chapter of the Alpha
Kappa Alpha sorority. Dr. Brewer and Miss Cain will be married
in a simple ceremony, on Friday. Nov. 27.
CLUBS and Other Briefs
CLUB TRE< E
Mrs. T. Morgan of 6443 Vinewood
was hostess lasi week "to members
I of Club Trece® After the opening
, song, collection of dues and roll
i call, the meeting was lurned over
1 :<> the president, Mrs. Clifford Reid.
"Ohl and now business was dis
ito be federated. The routine of
business taken care of after which
• the hostess served a delicious rc
j past. Bridge, of course, was the
I pastime of the evening. Mrs. Moore
won first prize; Mrs. Clifford Reid,
-ccond prize, and Mrs. Ida Strong. '
booby. The guests for the evening
were Mps. Austin and Mrs. Jones
with Mrs. Austin winning gue>t
prize The meeting was then ad*
| journed to meet next with Mrs.
i Clifford Reid, 7652 Oakland ave
i nuo.—Mrs. TiHie Huggins, scribe.
UTILITARIAN ART AND STUDY
The first event for the season ol
the Utilitarian Ait and Study ciub
was two sk is presented at the
Lucy Thurman Y.W C A last Fr:-
, day evening. The skits. "Lavender
i and Red Pepper" and "Ladies
Alone" were two hilarious enme
d.cs enjoyed by all. The president
and members wish to than’. Miss
Dariel Goins. M ss Ai;cc Williams
and the guests for their splendid
cooperation The r.ext meeting
will be at the home of Mrs, Bonnie
Baldwin on Palmer—Mrs L. Goins,
president: Mrs. D Sledge, scr.be
CENTURY OF PROGRESS
The Century of Progress club
began its tenth year work program
with Mrs* Billings. Mrs J Billups
and Mrs E Gilchrist entertaining
the first three meetings with beau
t.ful luncheons. The business'
meeLngs reported from commit
tccs. After the election of officers.
he new president and remarks
! coming from each officer pledging
:•* d-> ihe.i bc»t to support ;h© cLm>
program The annual donation of
sls was sent to the War chest. Mrs
Gilchrist entertained w.th a Po-
Keno 2amc which war enjoyed by
all. Mrs Crawford Mrs F. Wil
liams and Mrs. McGlotklin were
CLUB VALERIA
I Mr. Jm;u* Plea,,n-.. Irta -fer
THE MICHIGAN CHRONICLE • • A RELIABLE INDEPENDENT WEEKLY
HIS FIRST PARTY
Marvin Travis, Ernest L. Abney. Shelia Anne
Gray, Sandra Joyce Allen, Larry Marshall. Elsie
Williams. Wayne Collier, Dannie Williams.
Lawrence Orr and Frazier, and Larry Cunning
ham.—Photo by Langford P. James.
BRIDE-ELECT
i>f Club Valeria, gave a cocktail
pa ty Sunday. Oct 11 at her home.
9581 Del ia: street. She invited the
: .o a ember.* and l a few fr.rnds
• i • . • ; . nense*
ly Tie follow.ng Saturday, the
street * Those whe/attended spent
.an evening of joyous entertain
ment among a host of friends. Club
Valeria wishes everyone to know
of their forthcoming party to be
; given the latter part of this month
Watch for the date.—Mable Dia
mond, scribe.
SILVER STREAK SOCIAL
Members of the club had a Hal
loween party Saturday night at the
home of the reporter. Mrs. Dor
thedd Williams, 312 East Canfield.
The house was decorated with
Jack-O-Luntcrns and rofre?hmcnts
were Hived. Games were the fea
lovcly time was had by all. Many
friends and clubs joined in the af
fair —James Shepard president;
Mi'S Dortheda Williams, reporter.
NORTH END SOCIAL AND ART
The Noith-End Social and Art
cluD met at the Savoy on Oakland
-avenue. Thursday with Mrs Olivia
Zcdd. hostess, and M L. Gill, pre-
Mdingjfil After a brief business dis
cussion Susie Walker gave a very
interesting talk on what we should
know in the Life of the "Wings
Over Jordan" program. The club
will present Mrs Dement, the na
tional president at a dinner on
Mitchell street w th Mane Strike
land. the club's advisor. The date !
will be announced later The din
ner will be after Mrs Dement has
made her appearance at Bethel.
Mrs. Emma Payton was the new
| member enrolled with the club
The hoi-te*® served the club effi
ciently and the fool was quite ap
petizing The next meeting will
be Nov 19. with Mrs Junes n Mt
Clemenu.- %l. L. GiiL president;
Willie Taylor, reporter.
SOJOURNER S SOCIAL
Members of the club held their
weekly meeting at the home of,
Mrs. Drift 5720 Brush All mem- !
_ bcr« were present except Mrs
Banks We wish to thank all of
our friends who helped to make
Gertrude Williams
Bride Os Sgt. Watts
One of the season's most coL: -,
ful weddings was that of Gertrude
Williams and Staff Sgt George
Watts which was held recently at
the New Mt. Zion church,'‘.corner
of Chene an^Mack.
The bride wore a beaut.ful gown,
of white satin with a long trailing
veil The Marie
Neely, and the bridesmaids. Lucille
Cnatf.eld Lucius demon*. Minnie
Lou Rucker ar.d Thciina Dav -
u ore lovely dresses of o. ate pas*
tel colors. The flower girls were
Am etta Evans and Daisy F
William Oglesby wa- the bes:
man U*her* were Sam Owen?
W.Liam O.ven*. Ca.*o> Oglesby and
30 - "a Thoma*
The reception following 'ho
wedding was given at the home of
the br.de'.* parents. M: ana Mrs
John Williams. 3667 Elba street
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Store Hours: 9 A M until 9 P.M. Week Days opcn Da,,y w,th Ever V Cost
Sundays 12 Noon until 6 PM. To 9 P.M.
! Three Sixes on Oct. 25. A dcii- 1
cious luncheon was served. The
I »f Mrs. Foote. 100 Trowbridge -E
i Gibbs, president; L. L. Young, *ec-
BEAUTY OPERATORS
I The Detroit Association of Beau
-Ity Operators held their regular
j meeting Tuesday night at the Y.W
CA. w ith Mrs. Mamie Moon, vice
i president, presiding due to the ill
: Topic fur discuss.<>n was a pro
gram of fall activities for the group.
| Members wish a speedy recovery |
i for their president Ruth Stearnes.
Mam.c Burke.', reporter.
NIRVANA CLUB
The club held its annual meet- 1
I ing at 313 East Forest avenue.
I Meeting was opened with the i
i Lord's Prayer by the chapla.n, Mr.
i Williams. The vice president pre
: *.ded. All members were present,
j Old and new business was discus
-1 cious repast was served by the
i hostess. Mrs. Louella Ford. The
meeting was then adjourned.—Ju
lian Levcrett, reporter.
LADY SLIPPER BRIDGE
Mrs. Lennie Wiggins was hostess
to the members last Wednesday
veiling. The games were enjoyed
by all. Mrs. Thelma Johnson was 1
.twarded first pr.zc. Mrs. Lucille
Guinn, second, and Mrs. Helen
Turner, consolation. A lovely
J luncheon was served. The next
meeting will be at the Mrs. I
Evelyn Blake. 3453 Arndt street.—
Mrs. Marion Griffis, secretary.
\Ft I > l<)( It VIM "X" MM I M
home of Mrs Maud Holmes. The
meeting was opened with the
Lord s Prayer. The president ad
dressed the members as usual Miss
O'Neal returned home from visit
*mg het —fat her m MtssiMTppt who
is ill. We all were glad to have
her back with us. She spent a few
minutes discussing old and new
business; afterwards Mrs. Holmes
i served a delicious repast. Thc'd
guest was Mrs. Orncge Woods. The!
meeting adjourned to meet at the
home of Miss J A O Neal. 3195
Preston street.—J. A O'Neal, re
porter.
EIGHT VALIANT LADIES
Members of the club met last
Thursday. Nov. 5. at the home of
Mrs. Crudic Turner on East Kirby
street. The meeting was called to
order by the Chaplain. After dr
, votion. new and old business were
. called for and discussed. Plans
were completed for the party to
oe held Nov. 23. at the home of
Mrs Odessia Moose. 4857 St. An
toine apartment 6. Member- pres- ,
ent were Mrs. Leona Pittman. Mrs
, Hazel Lee. Mr'. Rosetta Parch
man, Mrs Odessia Moose. Mrs
Crudie. Turner. Mrs Gussie Cl.ette
and Miss F.thel Hawkins The host :
ess served an elaborate luncheon
The next meeting will be at the
home of Mr Gussie Cliettc. 5341
St Antoine street —Leona Pittma^, 1
picsident; Gussie Cliettc. scribe.
The Marionettes held their regu
lar bi-monlhly meeting Friday,
Oct 30 at 12934 Mitchell, the home
of Mattie Hill, president of the
club and hostess for the evening
Plans were discussed for a
feather party to be given in No
vember. the presentation of sug
gestions for Christmas present? for
soldiers and the anniversary affair i
to be held in December.
Members who enjoyed a bounti-.
ful fe«.?t prepared by M.ss Hill
vere Gay Carter. Ann Ford. Viola
Carson. M.ldref Guyton. Lena But
ler. Jo?ie Brogdan, Ka'hcrinc
Pitts and Wanda Miller Haynes,
reporter The next meeting will be
at the Women's club house Friday
Nov. 13
The Ben Roberts
Fete Andy Kirk
And Orchestra
Lust Thursday afternoon at the
home ol Mi and Mrs Ben Roberts.
1026 East Forest avenue a dinnei
was given in honor of Andy Kirk
Due to th * request of the boys, a
joyed immensely by all present
Just before d.nner Andy Kirk and
delicious mixed drinks from the
beautiful bar that is installed in
the Roberts home. Andy, with jail
his fun and laughter, was the top
Guest? present
Eddie Lee Bronx Jimmie Pecks
Mrs. Mildred Douglas. Mrs EuL
Scott. Mrs Willie Mae Vaughn*
Mrs. Velma. Mrs. Pernrll Evans.
Miss Electro Evans. Miss Geraldine
The Reverend William?, pastor o;
New Ml. Zion church, officiated
The couple will make their home
.n Austin. Texas lor the present
Sergeant Watts is stationed there
BABY SHOWER
rh W< ■ Mont
tends of the Montagues, particu
larly the sponsors of the shower.
:uc Wide-Awake 24 club of Olivet
Baptist church.
Among those present to say hello
to baby Clifford Wesley were Gc
ta Gibbons. WiLa Mae White
i ad ,Bf . Martin. Louella Brown.
Carl;na Turner. Mr.- Edward Mc-
Col ley. Mary G.bbons, Ruby Blair.
Ferp Eaton and Esther Brown The
exuberant parents thank one and
a 1 ter '.he lovely congratulatory
PAGE FIFTEEN
Watt. M.ss Euia Belle Watt. Mrs
Mires Johnson. Mrs Hanna Sm-tn.
, gunford Mi Lassie Vaughn
,nd Curley Bronx A lovely time
dUit Mis. Roberu.-u the owner and
operator of Radio's Beauty salon
, Lu'.cd at 5726 Hastings street.
Ceiling Set For
Nylon Stockings
Since feminine interest is on the
upswing r ceilirg prices on Nylon
read ng these lines The Nylon
-eg-ilatior. went into effect Oct 22,
with i maximum price ot SI 65 lor
;ull fashioned hose for 43 Luage or
less. The rcilmg price for the most
expensive pair of Nylon stockings
•annot exceed $2 50
Retailers are required to attach
i tag *d each pair of hose staling
.vhethes it is full fashioned or cir
ir cc.ling price, wnelh
i‘ it ts first quality, regular or se<
■ no.-', and its guage. and den.c
which indicates the finenesa

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