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FOURTH YEAR, NO. 25, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1962
HY-TONERS FETE HSUBANDS AT DANCE
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Members of the Hy-Tone Social Club celebrated the New Year
by entertaining their husbands at the Sunday afternoon dance spon
sored by the Salt Valley Masonic Lodge, held at the Masonic'Hall.
Pictured above from left are Mesdames Riley Rider, William
Battle, Herman Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnson, Mrs.
Levi Coleman and A. D. Calhoun.
Back row -Messrs. William Battle, Herman Mathews, A. D.
Calhoun and Levi Colman.
ELKS HOLD JOINT INSTALLATION
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The annual installation of officers was held Tuesday, Jan. 9, at
the W. H. Patterson Elks Lodge, 1007 South Seventh Avenue.
Pictured from left are Mrs. Alberto Perkins, outgoing dt. ruler.
Rep. J. D. Holmes, outgoing exalted ruler, Mr. Roscoe Patterson,
Incoming exalted ruler and Mrs. Ruby Blackshear, incoming dt. ruler.
A joint installation program was held for officers of the lodge and
Grand Canyon Temple. (Photo— Bobby Heard)
TAMPA, Fla. The City of
Tampa has opened 1962 by banning
the new dance step, the twist.
The city recreation department
sent word to its community cen
ters yesterday ordering the pro
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REV. GUIDRY HERE
Evangelist C, Guidry, a nation
ally traveled speaker and singer
is conducting a revival at the
First Church of God in Christ,
13th St. and E. Madison.
Rev. Guidry, of Oakland, Cal
ifornia, holds daily services with
special Instructional period at
Last year his revival tour
carried into 32 states, Including
Alaska. He is the regional pres
ident of the evangelistic board
of Washington, Oregon and Alas
ka. He serves as public rela
tions director for die northern
California area of the Church of
God in Christ.
ST. LUKE'S CHURCH OF
GOD IN CHRIST will sponsor a
musical program, Saturday, Jan.
13, 8 pm. The public is invited.
PHOENIX 40, ARIZONA BR. &-2301
LOCAL GIRLS PARTCIPATE IN SCOUT DAY
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Local troops assembled at the Arizona State Fairgrounds last
Saturday to prepare for gala celebration of the 50th anniversary
of the founding of the national Girl Scouts organization.
Pictured above are some of the girls who will participate in
the event scheduled on Saturday, Jan. 13 in the arena at the fair
Members of Troop No. 5 include Barbara Roland, Patricia Jack
son, Gail Allen, Brenda Moore and Candis Hoffman.
Photo Bobby Heard
U. S. CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION
COMMITTEE HONORED AT BANKSES
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Four members of the Commission on Civil Rights investigation
committee spent several days in the city. They were honored at a
cocktail reception hosted by Mr .and Mrs. Edward Banks, publishers
and editors of The Arizona Tribune,
Pictured above are visitors and Valleyites who attended the recep
tion held Tuesday night, Jan. 9th at the Bankses home, 2137 E.Broad
Front—kneeling are two honorees—Messrs. Martin Sloan and
Phil Campaneski, of Washington, D. C.
Front—standing—from left are Messrs. J. S. Jones, Clyde Webb,
Dr. Curtis Greenfield, Dr. Arthur Lee, and Mr. A, H. Shaw.
Back row—from loft—Messrs. David Richards, Bob Amidon, both
Civil Rights comm, members of Washington, Dr. Clarence Laing,
Messrs. Jack West and Aubrey Aldridge.
Other guests included Mesdames Kroh Ter Huen, C. o,Green
feidl, A. H. Shaw, Clyde Webb, Clarence Laing, Geraldine Solomon,
Dr.and Mrs. Oscar Hardin, Dr. Lowell Wormley, Mr. .Emmett
McLoughlin, Dr.and Mrs. Morrison Warren.
(Photo Bobby Heard)
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