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Arizona tribune. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1958-197?, September 14, 1962, Image 3

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Two new teachers in the Roosevelt District are welcomed by
Dr. Curtis 0. Greenfield, principal of the Percy L. Julian School,
f - 2149 E. Carver Drive.
Mrs. Flowers, a native of Seguin, Texas, graduated from Prairie
View College in June, 1962. A music major, she obtained a minor
in elementary education. She and her husband, Wilbert, an engineer
at Motorola, moved to the city early this summer. She is teaching
a fourth grade.
She spent a couple of days here when she appeared with the Prairie
View College choir in 1959. They live at 1934 E, Adams.
Mr. King returned to Phoenix after receiving his master’s degree
in science at Southern University, located in Baton Rouge.
He has had nine years of teaching experience. He has served
three years as an elementary school principal and one year as an
assistant high school principal.
Mr. King is the industrial arts teacher. He and his wife Olga
and two children reside at 2132 E. Parkway Dr.
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CHURCH NEWS
PHILLIPS CME, 1402 E. Ad
ams. The youth of the church
were honored with a back-to
school party last week.
Appreciation services were !
held for Rev. M. Harrison and
his wife who have been assigned
here for the past three years.
They received many beautiful |
and useful gifts.
Rev. and Mrs. Harrison and
several delegates are attending
the 15th session of the Arizona-
New Mexico annual conference f
at Hobbs, New Mexico, Sept.
12-16. j
The pastor and his wife pre- I
sented the church with a large
blue and pink neon cross before
leaving for the conference. It is
eight feet high and has been
placed over the main entrance.
STUDENT SHOT DURING
REGISTRATION
DAWSON, Georgia Efforts
to aid Negroes in registering to
vote caused the injury of Jack
Chatfield, a white student of Trin
ity College in Bradford, Ver- ,
mont, who was assisting some
Negro registration workers.
He was struck by shotgun pel
lets in the arm.
Four Negro homes were fired
upon but no one was injured about
nineteen miles east of the city
at Leesburg.
ARIZONA TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, SEPT. 14, 1962,
STRICKLANDS WELCOMED HOME
BY FRIENDS IN ORIENTAL STYLE
Two Phoenicians, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Strickland were welcomed
home from La Jolla, Calif., by a group of neighbors last week.
The party motif was Oriental and Chinese food was served. The
guests wore appropriate attire and the Far East theme is evident
by the picture.
Top Photo—From left are Mrs. Walter Fagin,Mr.and Mrs. Henry
•Strickland and Mr. Fagin.
Second photo—From left, seated are Mesdames Rose Boyd, Charles
Reynolds, Art Williamson, Harry Sessions and Walter Brown.
Standing are 1. tor. Charles Reynolds,Mrs. John A. Ward, Messrs.
Ward, Williamson, Sessions, and Brown.
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