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Sweet Sixteen
JACQUELINE F. ‘Jackie ’ SMITH , daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ford Smith , 2141 Easf
Broadway Road celebrated her sixteenth
birthday on Saturday night , Sept. 27th. She
entertained more than forty friends in the
SCOUT DEN FORMED
A new Cub Scout den has been
opened on the eastside. It is
sponsored by St. Mary’s Cath
olic Church, The charter for Den
#4 is now closed. Den mothers
we Mesdames H. Soublet, Elmar
Hunter and Rose Webber. Boys
in the group are Harold Soublet,
Bryan Webber, Edward and Don
Adams, David Mosley, Delano
Hunter, and David Rowland, Jr.
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SERVICE STATION
Moat any brand oil 40$ qt.
Grease job & oil change—
any car $2.50
1530 E. Broadway
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Prince Hall Masons to meet in Washington
Washington, D. C., Announcement
was made by Dr. Willard y/. Allen
Most Puissant Sovereign Grand
Commander of the United Su
preme Council, 33 degree, An
cient and Accepted Scottish Rite
of Freemasonry, Southern Juris
diction, U.S.A., Prince Hall af
filiation, that the annuil convo
cation would be held at the Scot
tish Rite Cathedral, 1633 Ele
venth Street, N.W., Washington,
D. C. October 18 through 20.
Registration will be held Oct.
18 and 19 and Divine Services
held Sunday, October 19 at the
Metropolitan Baptist Church,
1225 R Street N.W., Rev. E.C.
Smith, Pastor. The principal
speaker at this service will be
Dr. Charles Wesley, president
Central State College and Grand
Prior of the Southern Jurisdic
tion.
The thirty-third and last
degree will be conferred at the
Cathedral on Monday, October
20 and the annual banquet held
the same night.
In addition to Dr. Allen, the
officers of the Supreme Council
are as follows: John G. Lewis,
Jr., Baton Rouge, La., Puissant
Lieutenant Grand Commander;
J. E. Dickson, Columbia, S.C.,
Grand Chancellor; John Wesley
Dobbs, Atlanta, Ga., Grand Min
ister of State; Dr. Charles H.
Wesley, Wilberforce, Ohio,
j: Mrs Wagner !|
i JEFFERSON DINETTE !;
: 1 , 13th St. & Jefferson
; Open 6 a*m* to 10:30 p.m* /
!* Me Wagner & N# Moore Home Cooking Our Specialty
<; Props* ;
Hawaiian decorated patio of her home. Pic
tured in the center - Jackie blows out can
dles. Other photos show guests -- look
closely and find hidden wellwishers in the
background (photo - J. Woodl)
Grand Prior and Historian; G.H.
Fitzhugh, Baltimore, Md., Grand
Treasurer General; Louis W.
Roy, Sr., Washington, Grand Sec
retary General; B.F. Arrington,
Washington, Grand Auditor Gen
eral; W.A. Jones, Baltimore,
Assistant Grand Auditor General,
Bishop H. Z. Plummer, Ports
mouth, Va., Assistant Grand Au
ditor General.
Other appointive officers
on the council include Dr. C.M.
Lawrence, Baltimore, Grand Al
moner; Bishop H.Z. Plummer,
Portsmouth, Va., Grand Master
of Ceremonies; Harvey Chisom,
Berkley, California, Grand
Chamberlain; Prince Riley,
Rockhill, S.C., First Grand Eq
uerry; C. H. Henry, Quincy,
Fla., Second Grand Equerry; Eu
gene F. Lacey, Covington, Ky.,
Grand Sword Bearer; J.T.Maxey
Fort Worth, Texas, J,H. Clanton,
Dothan, Ga., Grand Herald; Dr.
Charles E. Stewart, Philadelphia,
Grand Organist; R. U. Clark,
Baton Rouge, La., Assistant
Grand Secretary; James A. Mingo
Washington, D. C. Assistant
Grand Seneschal; John E. Smith
Washington, D. C., Grand Mar
shall; James A, Jackson, N.Y.
City, Grand Historian; Carl
J. Murphy, Baltimore, Assistant
Grand Historian; Dr. W. L.
Ransome, Richmond, Va.; John
H. Murphy, Jr., Baltimore,
Grand Publicist.
The large migrant worker pop
ulation in Arizona needs help
in understanding how to make bet
ter use of housing and health
and sanitary services available
to them.
Virgil "Jackie" Berry
District 8
Thanks..oto all friends and supporters
during the recent
Democratic Primary Election...
"I didn’t win this time watch me next time”
Visit The
Veteraas' Amusement Center
£d Milton Post No. 51, 1705 So. Tsth Ave.
Eddie Hightower, Post Commander
American Legion, Til don White Post No. 40.
1241 E. Washington St.
Q.A. Taylor, Post Commander J
I *°°#!
*Curtis Gray*
JOE GRIFFIN and the
G-BOYS COMBO
Good Music for Dancing & Listening Fri. y
Sat. & Sun. every week
Wm. H. PATTERSON
Lodge No. 477
*IOO7 S. 7th Avenue
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•Arizona Tribune, October 3, 1958
COMING
AND
GOING
Mrs. Vermie Byars’of Tyler,
Texas is enjoying the beauty and
weather of Phoenix. She is vis
iting her daughter and son-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Black.
Mrs. Gilbert Floyd of Nash
ville, Tenn., is the guest of her
daughter Jane Washington. She
plans to be in the Valley indef
initely.
Mrs. Susie .Davis, Rebecca
Barneman of Brunswick, Georgia
and Mrs. Marian Hawthorne and
her 3 daughters of Portland,
Oregon visited Mr. and Mrs.
William Ogletree, 2440 E. Tam
arisk. Mrs. Davis is the mother
of Mrs. Ogletree.
A motorcade of Phoenicians
toured northern Arizona and
viewed Grand Canyon. The group
included, the Fred Williamses,
the Larkin Sheltons, Mrs. Clau
dia Lucas, Mrs. Bobby Ready,
the William Littletons, and the
J. Hills.
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