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Arizona tribune. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1958-197?, August 31, 1962, Image 7

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MR. AND MRS. EDWARD BANKS
HAVE AN END OF SUMMER PARTY
The end of August spells the end of summer school for some
persons and the beginning of the fall semester for others. Friends
met Saturday night, Aug. 25 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Banks, 2137 E. Broadway to recall school days and close the vaca
tion calendar.
Shown above from left on front row are Mesdames Edward Banks,
Alfred Daniels, Clarence Laing, Capt. and Mrs. Melvin Daniels
back row, Capt. Alfred Daniels, Dr. Clarence R. Laing and Edward
Banks. Photo-Bobby Heard
JAMAICA TO
GET UN AID IN 1963
KINGSTON - Jamaica will get
100,000 pounds ($280,000) in
technical aid from the United
Nations next year. An announce
ment said the UN would estab
lish an office in Kingston.
POST OFFICE NEWS
Mrs. Gertrude Lynch Houchant
936 W. Grant, a postal employee
at the main branch, suffered a
stroke recently. She is recuper
ating at home.
Mrs. Fay Henry Ross, 1221
So. Ninth Avenue, a postal em
ployee is recuperating in Los
Angeles. She underwent surgery
several weeks ago.
Mr. James E. McDonald, 108
S. 24 Avenue has returned to
his duties at the main post office.
He spent several days in a local
hospital for a high blood pres
sure ailment.
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MARICOPA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT
ARIZONA TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, AUG. 31, 1962,
BIRTHDAY PARTIES HELD ON
THE WESTSIDE FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL SET
A back to school and a birthday party honoring Sam Nelson on
his fourteenth birthday was held Saturday night at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Sam Nelson, 1611 W, Pima.
Shown above are the guests who attended and made merry before
the school bells ring again.
Pictured are Lawrence Darrington, Helen Blair, Samuel Nelson,
Maxine Meador, Thomas Miller, Jo Frances Kitchen, Sheryl King,
Troy Jefferson, Larry Tarkington and Glegary Engram.
Second photo-Other guests attending the party honoring Samuel
Nelson were Mary Higgins, Cheryl Nelson, Violet Roberts, Eugene
Booker, Darrell Clark, Ezell Wright and Clifford Robinson.
It was girls, girls, and four lovely lassies who came to wish
Herman Mathews, Jr., • happy birthday.
From left are Joan Patterson, Wanda Warren, Herman, Joan
Armstrong and Mary Catherine Burnett.
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