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u WEEK \ H (\ Artzim^fcibunf Ist year , No. IP FOLLEY WINS IN ENGLAND Super Salesman ■■i m Iflß Kermit Brown is congratulated by Joseph Johnson , general manager of the Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Co. Mr. Brown won all of the district awards for the month of October. His total premium was $32,000. He was one of the first agents of GSM in the stat& and he has attained his enviable record as BULK RATE U.S, POST AGE PAID Phoenix, Ariz. Permit No. 126 Helen Brown, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brown, 1722 W. Cocopah, has maintained a high scholastic average at Phoenix Union High School. As a freshman she appreciates the scholarship awarded from Mary Bethune Elementary School last summer. Her favorite subjects are math ematics and music. - She is a member of the Freshman Coun cil, Girls’ Athletic Club, and the Stadium Club. She is active at the Antioch Baptist Church and sings in the Junior Choir. Helen’s hobbies are reading, playing tennis, collecting stamps and playing softball. She will take typing and short hand to prepare herself for a business career. This apt young student feels “ ASU is the best school for her and she plans to enroll graduation. Her favorite entertainers are a part time salesman. Mr. Brown exemplifies, the progressive spirit of this nationally known company and he feels there is a great future ahead with GSM. He and his wife, Hazel, reside at 2346 W. Washington St. Dorothy Dandridge, Harry Bela fonte, Dinah Washington, and Clyde McPhatter. She believes our two greatest living Negroes are Marian An derson and Nat ‘King’ Cole. Al thea Gibson rates as her top sports star. Helen feels that the teenagers should be trusted more and they should not be judged too harshly. VISITOR FETED Mrs. Lacey Campbell of Chi cago was guest of honor at a lun cheon on Nov. 20. Mrs. Made line Zastarkis, 933 W. LathamSt. was hostess. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. Beckworth, Mrs. Ann White, Mrs. Katherfne Willis, and Mrs. Ruth Lattimer. Mrs. Cam pbell is the mother of Mrs. Fred B anks. She returned to the Windy City last Saturday. Pictorial Weekly Friday , November 28, 1958 10 Cents Stephen Shadegg Goes Overseas At the Triennial General Con vention just concluded in Miami Beach, Florida, the Episcopal Churfch in Arizona was granted permission to become a Diocese after almost one hundred years of existence as a Missionary District, and an Arizona layman, Stephen C. Shadegg of Phoenix, was the speaker at the Triennial Laymen's Breakfast. Shadegg, appointed to this po sition by Henry Knox Sherrill, retiring Presiding Bishop of the Church, in 1957, is the first Provincial Chairman ever to be named from Arizona. In the past, Provincial Chairmen have come from the Diocese of Los Angeles, one of the strongest areas of the National Church. The Phoenix businessman left Arizona Tuesday for Hawaii where he will speak to laymen of all of the islands of the group as a part of his responsibilities as Provincial Chairman. Shadegg will preside at more than a dozen meetings where the men' of the Episcopal Church will explore their personal ministry as churchmen and communicants. Shadegg, who operates a phar maceutical manufacturing con cern, has been a resident of Arizona for 26 years, and has long been prominent in the civic affairs of Phoenix. He has just completed his activities as cam paign manager for U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater. This year’s political activity was a repeat performance, since Shadegg.was Goldwater’s campaign manager in 1952 when he was first elected to the Senate. Page 3) (Picture & story Church Plans Homecoming Services The Lucy Phillips Memorial C.M.E. Church will hold its first homecoming and mammoth tea November 30th to honor their new pastor, the Rev. C.W. Wil liams. Activities will begin Sau urday evening, November 29th at 8:00 p.m. with a banquet and reception given in honor of their new pastor and family. This affair will be sponsored by the Missionary Society of the church, Mrs. Booker T.Smith,president. At morning services, Rev. L.J. Harper, Presiding Elder of the Arizona District, will be guest speaker. Afternoon ser vices will feature a musical pro gram and tea. Rev. Alfred E. McWilliams, Chaplain in theU.S. Air Force, will be principal speaker. At 8:00 p.m. corona tion of a Queen ‘Miss Lucy Phil lips' 1958, will end the cele bration. Festival Royalty jh[" j/- Crowning of Dannie Calvin as king of the Harvest Festival and Rose Fryer , queen, ended a night of fun at Mary Bethune School. Leo Rhonda Joseph re ceived the Little Princess dia dem. Runners-up were Charles COMING AND GOING Wesley Logan, former Jul ian teacher, streaked in from California for Thanksgiving. His sister, Miss Anita Logan, accom panied him. They are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Potter, 5026 S. 21 Way. Mr. and Mrs. Hartwell Rags dale, Jr., of San Diego, Calif ornia, motored in to spend the holiday with the Hartwell Rags dales from Ardmore, Oklahoma. The family enjoyed dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Ragsdale.Dr. andMrs.M.Reddex, Albuquerque, N.M. were guests. Tribune Carrier S J§l Jimmy Johnson, 11, son of Mrs. Shirley Johnson, attends Longfellow School. He is a prompt carrier and likes to play ball. Jimmy is in the sixth grade. Phoenix , Arizona Espinoza and Regina Guyton. Mrs. Dan Small, president of the PTA announced winners. Local Artist Wins State Fair Award Eugene Cook, 1510 E. Jef ferson, won second prize for copper scenes displayed at the Arizona State Fair. Mr. Cook received a cash award of $25, too. He is a sophomore at Phoe nix College and he plans to ma jor in art. A few of his works are on display in Ragsdale’s office, 1144 E. Washington. Pe rsons interested in viewing or purchasing his copper works are asked to call AL 8-2160.