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Arizona tribune. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1958-197?, December 29, 1961, Image 3

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OCTEGENARIAN CELEBRATES HER
HIIHtDITOIIMUfHH
A Phoenician enjoyed another happy birthday on Christmas Day.
Mrs. Mattie Matthews, a native of Coldwater, Miss., celebrated her
83rd year with her granddaughter and family and friends.
A pre-Christmas party was held Sunday, Dec. 24 at the home of
Mr.and Mrs. Curtis Murray, 1847 E. Broadway Rd.
Shown above are some of the persons attending—Messrs. Guy
Factor, Curtis Murray, Mrs. Mattie Matthews, honoree, Mesdames
Mattie Mitchell, Elizabeth Currence, Rev. G. B. Brooks, and Mrs.
Marceline Murray.
Mrs. Matthews has lived in Phoenix about four year.
RELAXING
MACHINE INVENTED
Physicians are being offered
a relaxing machine for treating
insominiacs and patients with
mild mental disturbances. The
devise, for clinical use only,
passes a low-level electric cur
rent through the brain, reducing
its level of excitability.
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I. MILLER
After ★ Christmas
CLEARANCE!
savings to 50%
I. MILLER SHOES
j reg. to 29.95 I 7.90 & I 9.90
I MADEMOISELLE
I reg. to 22.95 12.90 & 14.90
j ' Black, brown, blue or red calf . . . lustres,
suedes, pumps, slings, sandals novelties, flats,
mid heels and hi heels. Not every size in
every style, but a marvelous selection
l
J HANDBAGS
Reductions to 50%
j DOWNTOWN • CHRISTOWN
I SCOTTSDALE
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Now deer may stalk the hunt
er! A scent made from natural
deer and animal glands has been
devised to attract them. The
hunter saturates a small pad
with the scent and inserts it in
a hand warmer. The heated
scent wafts through the woods
as the hunter walks along. Deer
smell this natural odor for hun
dreds of yards and come in close.
PALMDALE TEACHER
LOSES PLANE TICKET
Mrs. Louis (Josephine) Pete,
a physical education teacher at
the Palmdale School, Roosevelt
District, departed by plane for
Anchorage, Alaska last Friday
night.
She is visiting her husband,
Louis who is aU3. postal em
ployee there.
Mrs. Pete had misfortune be
fore she left. Someone removed
her purse containing plane tickets
and luggage keys from her desk
at the school.
Anyone with any information
about her lost purse is requested
to contact her mother, Mrs .Vina
Hill of 3911 E. Wood St.
DIVINE SARAH
SINGS FOR YOUTH
Durham, N.C. Songstress
Sarah Vaughan came south, for
the first time in eight years, to
give a benefit concert for NAACP
youth groups, representing both
races, in this city.
Miss Vaughan, an internation
ally noted song stylist and one of
America's top recording artists,
received the keys to the city
from Mayor E, J. Evans, at a
luncheon in her honor.
It was sponsored by Asa T.
Spaulding, president of North
Carolina Mutual Life Insurance
Company, in behalf of the NAACP
■ youth.
The concert, scheduled, for
Dec, 13, will be held In the aud
itorium of North Carolina Col
lege where Miss Vaughan will
appear along with her quintet.
Miss Vaughan told Floyd Me
Kisslck, advisor of the Durham
NAACP youth council, that'the
NAACP youth, whom she met at
the Association's annual conven
tion in Philadelphia, Pa., last
summer, had greatly impressed
her.
"When the Durham kids asked
me to come, I couldn't say no.
They've done such a great job
in opening up jobs for Negroes
here," she said.
The concert is being sponsored
jointly by the seven NAACP youth
units in Durham: North Carolina
College, Duke University, Uni
versity of North Carolina, De
shazor's Business College and
the Bull City Barber College
chapters.
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LICENSED—BONDED
Electrical Contractqr
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VFW Club
1633 E. JACKSON
PAUL ORIFPIN, CORTM.
EDDIE BBLLPIELOr MOP.
Snowden
Barber Shop
2104 E. BROADWAY
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ARIZONA TRIBUNE*, FRIDAY, DEC, 29, 1961,
ELKS LODGE SERVES AS
SANTA'S PACKING ROOM WITH HELPERS
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Members of the W. H. Patterson Lodge 477, IBPOEW, end the
Grand Canyon Temple 437, 1007 So. Seventh Avenue, assisted Santa
at the annual children’s Christmas party held last Saturday,
Pictured above are a few of the big elves who made the children
happy. From left are Mrs. Ruby Blackshear, Homer Kennedy, Lee
Thompson, Eddie Moore, Thomas Pratt and Johnnie Ward.
MR. AND MRS. JEFF DURHAM HONORED
ON 25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY BY SURPRISE
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Members of a wedding party twanty five years ago reassembled
and held a surprise anniversary party for the bride and groom.
Summoned by the request of the sister and brother-in-law of the
bride, Mrs. Jeff Durham, Mr.and Mrs. J, B. Hughes hosted a gala
25th anniversary party last Sunday.
Present were some of the participants twenty five years ago, in
cluding Mr.and Mrs. Jeff Durham, 1627 E, Durham's
mother, Mrs, Ella Boyer, Rev. Charles Favors, officiating pastor,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cotton, best man and matron of honor.
A host of relatives and friends attended the celebration. The couple
received many gifts of silver and linen, (Photo - Bobby Heard)
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