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ARIZONA TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1962.
ATTENTION- COUNT’S BEAUTY SALON
NEW BEAUTY SALON OPEN
FOR EXPERT CUTTING & - 1524 E. Broadway
STYLING
6c COMPLETE BEAUTY 276-5941
SERVICE
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BR 6-5568 2017 E. Broadway
■ NOTIC^^^^NOTicE^^^NOTK^
The following items are of the highest quality and
are covered by AMERICAN FURNITURE'S 10 point
guarantee. All items are brand new and are sold
on a first come first serve basis.
1 13 PIECE SECTIONAL I THROW PILLOWS 7 Piece DINETTE SET HI
164 20 69 c 69 50 I
METAL BED FRAMES POLE LAMPS 3 Piece BEDROOM SET
(Twin or Pull Sho) sg9s (Blond* or Walnut I
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B SPECIAL HOURS 3 DAYS ONLY FOR THIS SALE I
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The man of the house was the most surprised person in town last
Saturday night, because his wife kept a secret. She had all of the
party goodies prepared away from their home and all of their friends
didn’t let the cat out of the bag.
Mr. Willie Owens, left, looks pleased as he prepares to serve re
freshments to his wife, Mavis, and guests Mr. Arthur Plott and Miss
Marie Moore.
Guests attending the Willie Owens surprise birthday party last
Saturday included (from left) Mrs. Renetta White, Mrs. Herbeline
Everett, Mr. Bill Franklin and Mrs. Rosie Lee Roberts.
ON THE GO
Mr. and Mrs. Menthorn Har
rold of Chicago are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. James L. Hill, 2110
E. Jefferson. They will tour the
west and return home the middle
of August.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hill, Jr.,
21 0 E. Jefferson St., Mrs. James
Bruce and Mr. Joe McHenry
motored to Los Angeles recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ward,
4811 S. 21 Street are more rested
since their two weeks vacation
in California.
VFW Club
GEORGE BARNES, COMM.
MORRIS T SONNY T BROWN
VICE COMM. -CLUB MGR.
SNOWDEN - *
Barber Shop
2104 E. BROADWAY
Open *til Bp.m.
BUSINESS WORLD
Henry McMillon, manager of
the Porters and Waitresses Club,
1115 1/2 W. Buckeye is planning
a gala pre-school party for
youngsters of all ages in Sep
tember.
Mrs. Ruth Davis, formerly em
ployed at Reddy’s Corner is the
amiable and able sales assistant
at the newly opened Rainbow
Liquor Store, 2331 E. Broadway.
COMING AND GOING
Mr. J. D. Holmes, 1614 E.
Adams and his daughter, Alice
flew to San Diego, California
for an extended vacation.
Mesdames Ruby Stuart, 1543
W, Cocopah, Mable Porter, 1643
W. Sonora, and Mozell Green,
1540 W, Cocopah will motor to
Columbus, Arkansas this week
end. .
Olivia's Beauty School
Stop in and Enroll
Day or Nite Classes
m 116 SO. 17 STREET
OPEN TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY
CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Olivia Lyles, prop.
A Winner
C.L. SPARKS jgi
Democrat Brl
for
Maricopa County
Assessor
Qualified by 12 Years (In Office ) Experience
LOCAL UL
NAMES OFFICERS
New officers for the year were
elected at the 17th annual Phoe
nix Urban League meeting are
Atty. Richard Wilks, pres.; Mr.
A, H, Shaw, first vice pres.;
Robert Choate, second vice pres.;
Mrs. Z, Simpson Cox, secretary;
and Dr. David N.Wormley, treas.
New board of directors mem
bers include Rev. A. G. Kend
rick, J. Morton Newall, William
Roselius, Sanford Rosenfeld, and
Don Parker.
Board members retiring are
Messrs. Virgil J, Berry, Travis
Williams, Manuel Pena and Wil
liam Mullins.
VISIT GRANDPARENTS
Frankie, Jr. and Stevie Banks,
children of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Banks, 1935 E, Wier are vaca
tioning with their grandparents
in Chicago, 111.
CHURCH NEWS
The youth department of Em
manuel Church of God in Christ,
1601 W, Buckeye end its building
fund benefit drive with a special
program, Sat., Aug. 4, 9 p.m.
The public is invited.

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