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ARIZONA TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, APRIL. 6,1962,
EU<S CORNER j V luS&fc The youngsters string pull held March 25 was a success. Each child who attended received a prize. Adults are invited to attend a string pull party, announces Ot. Lois Mitchell, president of Purple Cross Nurse Unit, Fri day, April 6 at 2130 E. Broad way, starting at 8 p.m. * • • The annual Grand Canyon Tem ple Easter fashion show will be held at the lodge, Sun. April 22, 4-7 p.m. Plan to attend. Dt. Helen Walker is program chair man. * * * Dt. Esther Henderson, secre tary of PDRC will move to Hous ton, Texas on April 6. We wish her luck as she makes her new home there. * * * Dt. Sybil Oatis, 1834 E. Wash ington, is ill at Doctors Hospital, 20th and E. Thomas. Drop her a card. * * * Final rites were held for Mr. Charles Childress, the deceased husband of Dt. Mozell Childress, on April 3. * * • The following daughters are out of the city attending funeral services-Katherine Bass-Chica go (brother-Mr. George 'rhomp son): Ellvia Lewis-Newton, Kan sas (mother): and Ann White- Oklahoma City (sister, Mrs. Susie Jackson). * • * Dt. Gertrude Clements is a part time saleslady at Leaders Furniture Store, 943 East Van Buren. * * * All committee members are to be congratulated for the wonder ful joint social meeting held last Friday night at the lodge. It was enjoyed and well attended. Charlesetta McClammy Reporter “It's for you. Want to answer it on the bedroom phone?" Mountain States Telephone P.6 WE HAD FUN AT THE ELKS JOINT SOCIAL j \ jH M 9 iSHU Wtf H Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Johnson, 1818 W. Cocopahentertained week end guests from Tucson. Pictured above the out of town guests and some friends who attended the joint social session at the Elks lodge, 1007 S. Sev enth Avenue, Friday, March 30. From left-seated-Me sda me s Melvalene Hill, Ada Gibson, Ann Stewart, Tucson, Senolia Johnson, Geander Magee,Tucson,andGoldy Henry, standing. Mmes. Johnson and Henry were co-chairmen of the social session. Many people complain of the chores in Elks lodge and temple activities, but this quintet were on hand Friday night at the joint social session to have fun. Pictured from left are Mesdames Mary Thompson, Zellar Hardy, Tommy Jewell and Lois P. Mitchell. Photo-Bobb/ Heard ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED HERE Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchin son, 2506 W. Madison, announce the engagement of their daughter, Ernestine and Mr. George Heard. The wedding will be held in the city on June 17. Miss Hutchinson a graduate of Carl Hayden High School is at tending Phoenix College. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Grangent Heard, 2412 E. Marguerite. He is a junior at the University of New Mexico. GHANA DEPORTS SMUGGLERS ACCRA, Ghana - The Ghana government has deported 28 Sy rian and Lebanese nationals ac cused of smuggling gold, dia monds and currency out of the country. Jf your telephoning tries to compete with tele vision or a pair of playful children, you're overdue for one of life's little luxuries: pri vacy. It comes with a bedroom extension phone. You get convenience and color, too. Ordering's a snap. Just call us or ask one of our servicemen. Mr'^M CAR WASH FOR YOUTH ON APRIL 14 The youth group of Willow Grove Baptist Church will spon sor a car wash at Powell Broth ers 66. service station, Saturday, April 14. Proceeds will be used to send delegates to the National Bap tist Congress scheduled to be held in Houston, Texas in June. MAN SENTENCED ON DOPE COUNT Clevern Miller, 23, was sen tenced to a year in the county jail and fined SSOO for selling five marijuana cigarettes to an undercover state narcotics agent. Miller, of 2032 E. Atlanta, was convicted by a jury and sentenced by Superior Court Judge Kenneth C.Charwin. 1 -r- r " r 4 <.. v N *'‘ * *.* Wr <» V »v t: \ 'V- _.* ! k'- v / Nuptials were performed last Sunday uniting Miss Maxine L. Johnson and Mr. Charles Reagan. Shown above is the newly married couple and some members of the wedding party. From left are Mrs. and Mr. Reagan, Mrs. Jessie M. Johnson, mother of the bride, Mrs. Marie Jackson and Mrs. Clara Ham monds, mother of the groom. The ceremony was read at the home of Elder E. J. Hudson, 1842 W. Sonora. The reception was held at the home of Mrs. Wardell Moore 1113 E. Grant. Pictured above are Mesdames Shirley Warren, Geraldine Jung, sisters of Mrs. Reagan, and Magnolia Thompson. They served as hostesses at the wedding reception held for Mr-, and Mrs. Charles Reagan, held at the home of Mrs. Wardell Moore, 1113 E. Grant, Sunday afternoon. Photo-Bobby Heard I ALPHA CHE PI OMEGA presents... Annual Hairstyle Show Sunday, April 8 - 4:30 to 7:00 pm RIVERSIDE BALLROOM WE OFFER ALSO AS A SPECIAL SERVICE MoGatUy Real 1150 E. WASHINGTON AL. 4-3076 I WEBBER’S "Eastlake Plan Traditions REQUIRE THAT SINCERITY AND HONESTY GUIDE OUR SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC. AL # 4-8734 john h. webber, mgr. ROSE £. WEBBER, ASST.