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March 30, 1928
£ Coming Events
*ril I.—Palm Sunday, Mt. Hood
Chapter O. E. S.
Q’pril 2.—Jessie Coles Grayson, Re
‘cital. :
bril §.—Heaith and Hygiene Ob-
_ servance.
M.r'i.l 9,—Fashion Show and Easter
~Ball, St. Philip’s Guild. ’
?ril 11,—Whist Tournament Rose
" bud Study Club.
April 12.—Apron Sale and Tea, Cul
ure Club.
Kr“ 12-13.—Annual Bazaar at
Zion Church.
Avril 18.—Whist Tournament Rose
bud Study Club.
A;i&il‘zfilfi&fih:‘. Carnival,
Jessie Coles Graysom, contralto
will be heard in Song Recital on the
evening of April 2 at Behnke-Walk
er Auditorium, Eleventh and Salmon
Sts. Mrs. Grayson, who is a well
kiiown and Yopular soloist of this
city is a pupil of Rose Coursen-Reed
with whom she has studied since
1924, She possesses a contralto
voice of rare sweetness and of wide
Mrs. Grayson will give a program
of operatic arias, heart songs, and
will feature a group of Negro Spirit
nals, Assisting Mrs. Grayson will be
Miss Esther Palmer, harpist and Ed
gar Coursen, accompanist. This is a
benefit concert, the proceeds of
which will be used to defray the ex
penses of the two Negro delegates
to the National Y. W. C. A. conven
tion. at Sacramento, California in
April. Tickets are now on sale at
Skérman-Clay & Co.
Mr. Earl Scott, world war veteran,
ha§ entered the Veteran’s Hospital
at Walla Walla, Wash., to receive
trgatment for lung trouble. . Mr.
Seott is the son of Mrs. A, Kahlke
who, with her husband, are promin
ently identified with Portland’s ac
“Einterprise Cht?ter, 0. E. S. of
which Mrs. J. W. Ingersol is Worthy
Matron held an enjoyable eard party
Friday cvening at the Stag Club.
Rev. J. L. Caston, pastor of Mt.
Ofivet Baptist church and his family
are.enjoying the pleasure of a new
E.:x Sedan.
rs. Lee Anderson was hostess
Monday evening for the meeting of
the Birthday Matron’s Club. Mrs, G.
W, Smith was hostess for a prior
meeting of the Club_at which time
a ‘luncheon was enjoyed honoring
Mrs, Smith’s birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wisdom have
issued invitations for a reception at
their home Easter Sunday to cele
brate the eighty-first birthday an
niversary of Mr, Wisdom.
A report has been received that
Mr. Chas. Dixon was accidently killed
this week by being run over by a
train which severed both of his limbs
causing death in a few hours.
The silver tea for the benefit of
Williams Ave. Y held last Sunday
ati the home .of Mr: and Mrsi: L. R.
Blackburn was well attended and a
success. The home was beautifully
decorated for the occasion. Mes
dames J. A. Nichols, J, Braggs and
L. R. Blackburn received; Mesdames
J. W. Stanley, E. J. Minor, and J.
W. Ingersol poured tea; Misses J.
Grayson, B. Hubbard and Mrs. R. W.
Bogle assisted in serving.
Assisted by
© Esther Palmer, Harpist
Efgar Coursen, Accompanist
Eleventh at Salmon
Monday Evening, April 2nd
8:30 o'clock
Admission 73 Cents
The Rosebud Studg Club held an
interesting meeting this week at the
home of Mrs. E. J. Minor during
which the topic was read by Mrs. G.
A. Nichols' and an artistic picture
was dinglayed by Mrs. W. L. Reece.
The club is making an historical
study of Oregon. The neéxt meeting
will be held at the “Y” with Mrs. A.
J. Morton and- Mrs. W. L. Reece
Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson en
tertained at breakfast Friday morn
ing having Mrs. Cordelia A. Winn,
Nat., “Y” secretary and Dean Wm.
Pickens, Field secretary of the N. A.
A. C. P. as honored guests. Covers
were also K{laced for Miss Margie
L. Danley, Mrs. G. V. Grayson, fit
Lee Anderson, Rev, and Mrs. J. L.
Caston, Mr, and Mrs. J. Manle;.
Mrs. W. B. Brown and Mrs. W, F.
0%0 Portland subscribers and read
ers of the Enterprise—Telephone
your news items and subscriptions to
Mrs. W. Bogle, Selwood 1678. No
¢harges are made for news items.
Mail your payments for subscriptions
to Mrs. W. Bogle, 567 East 35th S.
FOR RENT—S room furnished apart
ment. All conveniences. 366 Sha
ver St. F. D. Thomas. Phone Wal.
nut 1600.
FOR RENT-—Front room fur
wished. Garage if desired, 2885
Larabee St. Close in. Phone 4431
' Eugene J. Minor
Sellwood 2514—Garficld 0626
. 419 Abbington Building
: Portland, Ore.
Portland Branch N.A.A.C.P.
Exocutive Board meets first
Thyrsday night of each month. Reg
ular meeting is held second Thurs
dn{ night each month, to which the
public is cordially invited. Lee C.
\Anderson, president; Jessie Edwards,
The Old Rose Club held an inter
esting meeting Thursday at the Wil
liams Ave. “Y”, Rev. J. L. Caston
E.ve a splendid talk on “Racial
nity,” Miss Nellie Franklin, piano
selection; Mrs. J. L. Smith of Boise
gave a reading from Dunbar; Mrs.
Cora Franklin presided and Mrs. P.
E. Reynolds directed the program.
Mrs, L. Townes became a member of
the club. Among the visitors were
Mesdames Ruby Adams, W. Diez, L.
Smith, E. Austin, J. Turner, W.
Bogle, and the Misses L. Rutherford,
N. Franklin and L. Henderson.
Mrs. C. Paries has issued invit.
tations for a tea Sunday afternoon
honoring her house guest, Mrs, L.
Norwood of San Diego, .
H{l. W. A. Reed is under care of
a physician at the Emmanuel hos
pital. Mrs. Reced is reported im
Mrs, Vada French, Nat., Girl Re
serve secretary, was the guest at a
luncheon given by Miss Margie L.
Danley Tuesday at the “Y”. Covers
were¢ placéed for Mrs. J. A. Nichols
and Miss lone Duke.
A letter written by Mrs, Chas, Wil
liams, chairman of theé Citizenship
committee of the 0. F. C. W. was
broadcast over the radio in Calif
ornia during a recent net work pro
gram. The letter protested against
a Negro Burlesque program adver
tising a popular brand of merchan
dise. The company upon request of
Mrs. Williams letter withdrew the
objectionable Fromm.
Mrs. M. Alexander was hostess
Friday evening foia meeting of the
Culture Club, during which the hos
tess demonstrated the correct uttimi
of a table for an eight course forma
diuner. Mrs. Zepha Baker will be
hlos':eu for the ne:{t meeting of the
club. .
Mrs. Clifford McClain entertained
with a musical at her home Thurs
day evening honoring Mr, Chas. Wil
lil,N{:laylng the Pantages circuit.
r. Ste(rhen Wright, son of Mrs.
J. B. Hardin, left last week for Se
attle where he will attend school.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Hardin
entertained at a family dinner Sun
day at which covers were placed for
Mr. and Mrs. O, Wright, Mrs. Kirk
and baby Ruby Irene. Mr. Hardin
is rapidl{ recovering from his illness.
Mrs, L. Curie is confined to her
home by iliness. A .
The annual sermon and exercises
of the Knights of Pythias and Court
of Calanthe was held at Mt. Olivet
last Sunday evening. Rev. J. L.
Caston delivered the sermon.
Mrs, P. Stewart is able to be out
again after her recent illness.
Little Virginia Harris has re
covered from her illness permitting
her removal from St. Vincent Hos
pital, to the home of her grandpar.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Fuller,
Mrs. Buskin of New Westminster,
B. C., is visiting her son-in-law and
daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. Poole.
Phone all advertisements, sub
seriptions and news itemis to Mrs.
W. Bogle not later than Tuesday of
each week.
Mrs. W. Bogle was guest of Mr.
and Mrs. George Moore Tuesday
night to witness the Georf: Dixon
and Johnnie Burns fight which Dixon
won by a knockout. -
Mt. Hood Chapter, 0. E. 8. will
observe their Palm Sunday exercises
Sunday night at Mt. Olivet Baptist
church. Rev. J. L. Caston will
preach the sermon.
Mr. and Mrs. Willes Anderson (nee
Gertrude White) of Seattle spent a
few days here visiting Mrs. Ander
son’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Bollen. v
Mrs. Rachael Belland entertained
a s‘roup of young people Saturday‘
with a party honoring the birthday
anniversary of her daughter Miss Lil
lian who will graduate this June from
the Highland Grammar school. ‘
Mrs. Cordelia Winn, National sec
retary of the Young Women’s Christ
ian Assosiation, colored department,
paid her official visit to the city
this week and during her stay was the
house guest of Mrs. J. A. Nichols.
Mrs, Winn addressed a large audience
at the “Y” Wednesday and Thursday
afternoon spoke to the club women.
Wednesday, Mrs, Winn was guest of
honor at a dinner at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Grayson. Ac
companied by Miss Margie L. Danley,
secretary of Williams Ave. “Y” Mrs.
Winn left Saturday for Sacramento,
Calif., to attend the National Con
vention of the Y. W, C. A.
The Blue Triangle Club met at the
home of Miss Danley on Wednesdagi
evening ‘and decided to change their
meeting night to Mondafi. At the|
next meeting Mrs, Rose Nichols will‘
be the spetger. + The vesper service
last. Sunday was in charge of Mrs.
Hattie Redmond who presented Mrs.
J. M. Shaw, secretary of the St. John
Y. M. C. A. as the principal speaket
and Miss Lillian Jenkins as soloist.
The service next Sunday will be in
charge of Mrs. Fred Thomas. Miss
Danley was the speaker at a meeting
of the Ch;lphr of the P, 0. E. on
Monday. iss Jessie Griypon will be
presented in a recital ondu'* eve
nlng at 8:30 p. m. at Behnke-Walker
Auditorium. Mrs. Grayson will be
accompanied by Edgar Coursen and
assisted by In‘.lth;: Palmer, harpist.
Proceeds of the Yecital will be used
to help defray expenses of the dele
gates to the Y. W, C. A. Convention
in &cnmo?to. ;
Miss Eunice Mitchell and Mr, Mar-J
jon Young have announced their ap
proaching nuptials which will take
pldce this spring Jh- Mitchell is
the charming daughter of Mr, Mit
chell of Vancouver, fluhinflm,qnd
ME, Yo\u‘nf is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. Young, a prominent family
o o ana & W. Rayan of Seattl
r. and Mrs, W. an of Seattle
;rnt a ;‘ow’ dwi here as guests of
r.“nnd M?'Nl u..L. Reece. afimfl
eir stay yons atten: the
a'thu {Hweth George Dixon and
Jo fimio ur::. ; t.cr-i
- Mr, and R,
tained at .-:.fiu‘a@_'m &?
‘day honoring u’u iltghtx. e g‘o y
Vi o e ' ‘lowers,
Mrs. C. Paries has as her guest Mfl.]
Lucy Norwood of San Diego, Calif.,
Grand Princess of the S. M, T. Ore
gon and California ,Lur.iadiction.
Little Bertha Baker, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, Herman Baker is now
canvalescent from her illness.
Mr, Albert A. Thomas, chief stew
art of the S, S, Massamur of the Cul
amar Steamship Co., N. Y., was in the
city last week gue;t of Mr. T. H. Wil
liams of the Stag Club and exalted
ruler of the Rosc City Lodge of Elks.
X. C. Runyon, ;,nstot.—Servicen were
well attended last Sunday. At the
morning service the pastor spoke on
the subject “An Act of Love.” ' For
the evening service the subject was
“Walking with God,” The Sunday
school will present an excellent g.r‘:)-
gram for the Easter exercises. e
I'riendship Club will hold their meet
ing Mom&y night at the p'nno::fe.‘
Mrs, John Logan was hostess Tuesday
evening for the meeting of the Silent
Worker’s Club. Misses Gwendolyn
and Violet Hooker were hostesses for
the meeting of the Joy Maker's Club
Thursday evenini at the parsonage.
The Joymakers will give their annual
;;rlrl\ival April 20 and 21 at Hibernia‘
Billings, Mont.
Mrs. Lulu B, McCabe, Reporter
CHURCH, Rev. F. L. Donohoo, pas
tor.—*“The Throne of Grace” was
the subject of the sermon by the pas
tor Sunday morning and in the even
ing “Christian Steadfastness.” Re
ports at the close of the first month
of the church rally are encouraging.
The rally will close April 29. The
Mite Missionarl{ Society met at the
home of Mrs. Rose Smith last Tues
day. A short devotional meeting
was ‘held before the business session.
Delicious refreshments were served
by the hostess. The N. A, A. C, P.
met at the church Thursday evening.
Mrs. Gust Holt entertained with a
dinner party Friday evening com%le
mentary to the vigiting ladies of Bil
lings. The guests were Mrs. Harvey
Smith, Mother Rushing of Great
Falls, Mrs. Edna Cox of Excelsior
%}:ringa. Mo., Mesdames Epps and Me
air of Kansas Cit{. Mo., and the
Misses Ella and Delayshine Tiff of
Butte. Whist and music followed the
dinner. -
Mrs. L. Somerville gave a whist
party at Fraternal Hall on March 16
for the benefit of the N. A. A. C. P.
which was a financial success.
Reported sick: Mrs. Pearl Strad
wick, Mrs. Addie Smith, Master Paul
Bivins, convalescent; Mrs. Edna
Watts, Mrs. Angie Chase and Mr.
Gust Holt, SR Rt
'-fi(;fie"}our news to 3984. Boost
The Enterprise.
Ogden, Utah
Miss Eva Ellis, Reporter
At the A. M. E. parsonage on Tues
day evening, March 27th a birthday
surprise party was given in honor of
Mrs. R. W. Wisner, by the following
padies: Mesdames Arthur Page,
Clarence Witherspoon, S. P. Lowden,
Joseph Henry, Florence Gash, Leon
ard Davenport and John Braggs, and
the Misses Emma Henry Geraldine
Jefferson and Joe Anna Young.
Tull Thompson, head waiter at
the Hotel Bigelow reports that busi
ness is good and he is looking for
ward to a prosperous season and the
staff will be increased in order to
care for the 5,000 people coming this
soring who are already booked. Mr.
G. Blount is the new assistant to
Charles Williams:
The City Federation of Women’s
clubs, held an open meeting at Em
bry A. M. E. Church last Sunday af
ternoon. The following program was
rendered. Song. “Lift Every Voice
rnd Sing”; “Club Women's Prayer”;
“Sojourner Truth,” Mrs. Gertrude
Stewart; “In Memorium of Frederick
Douglas and Mary B. Talbert,” Mrs.
Nellie Hamilton; Instrumental solx.
Emma Henry and Geraldine Jeffgr
son; Papers, “Nevel H. Thomas,”
Mrs. Florence Gash, “Mary MclLeod
Bethune,” Mrs. Ophelia Douglas;
Address, Frank K. Turner; Mayor
Frank Francis: Introduction of
Deambra Herring, convention /'queen
contestant. “My Idea of Race Pride,”
by Mrs. Sadie Lowden and Mrs. Gen
evieve Wisner, Song, 'zt’s Me
Oh, Tord,” and a quartette selection
by Mesdames Pace, Lowden, Page
and Young, completed the nrogram.
~ The Unitv Cluh met pvith Mrs.
Georgia McConnell.
Reported sick: Edward Martin
and Mrs. Julia Battles.,
Mrs. Charles Shavers left last
Monday evening for/her home in
Paris, Texas. !
Sioux Falis, So. Dak
Mrs. E. C, Coliu. Reporter
The revival megtings conducted by
Rev. H. R. Holling at St. John’s Ba
tigt church closed Sunday night. sz:
Minnie Bridgewater and Mr. Joseph
Flemings were baptised at the Oity
Temple Sunday afternoon. Among
the out of town visitors at the service
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs, Holliday,
Mr. and Mrs, Ollic Blakey and Mr,
Haves of giuhon; Mrs. H. Spears
of Kansas Cfty. Kans., Mr. and Mrs.
H. Abbot of Brookins,
Mrs. Mattie Watkins spent the
week end jn Sioux City visiting rela
tives. { §
Mr, H. Mitchell motored to Yank
ton last Sunday.
: Mr. uzd Mrs. Dennis have returned
from a tour of lowa and Nebraska,
Messre, - Chas. Woods, Howard
Wreight; Roy Hamilton, Ed. Gunder
son, all of Madison, S. D., motored
here last Wednesday to attend the
boxing match at the Coliseum.
Mr/ Tim Pendleton has been in
dispoped for several days: ,
Lung Trouble—Associated
gor' germnnent rellef--take Luculent.
uatanteed under Pure Food and
D‘lavug Act and Is gortoctl)' harmless to
old or young. ur patients testify
they have been cured even in the
Mo.}'i ‘c’l;n;‘nlc" 'i’:’.?hm."c': I}(flhl\o't'.
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Casper, Wyoming
Mrs. M. L. Hill, Reporter
Second Baptist Church: The Sec
ond Baptist Sunday School is doing
nicely under the leadership of Miss
Susie Rudd, superintendent. Prizes
were given to the kindergarten class
on last Sunday, Little Miss Perme
tria Powell being the honor pupil
of her class received the prize. In
awarding the prize, knowledge of the
lesson as well as conduct was taken
into consideration. (g e
On 'Arril Bth the following pro
gram will be rendered by the pupils
of the Sunday School: Easter Paper,
Arthur Henry; Recitation, Jno Ilp:n
--ry Barnes; Reading, Mrs. O. Smith;
Song, Class Three; Recitation, Syl
vester Hill; Easter Tidings, Act I
and 11. Many other numbers to be
given in addition to these.
Mrs. Elizabeth McSwine who has
been at the Private Hosvital for
sometime has been taken to the home
of her mother, Mrs. Sallie Walker.
At this time she is doing nicely.
Mrs. Harietta Smith, mother of
Mr. George H. Smith of this city
passed away on Sunday night at their
home 452 Blackmore St.
The Women’s Home Mission of the
S. B. Church, finve a musical concert
on Friday night at the church. Pro
gram as follows:
Opening, My Country 'Tis of Thee;
Prayer, Rev. A. C. Murphy; Recita
tion, Sylvester Hill; Piano Solo. Miss
Susie Rudd; Recitation, Jno. Henry
Barnes; Duett, Mesdames Sanders
and Life; Reading, Mrs. Oena Smith;
Ukelele Duett, Messrs, Howard and
Bell: Recding, Mrs. A. Hart; Mando
lin Solo, Mr. Jno. Henry; Trio, Mis
ses Susie and Mazelle Rudd, Mary
Sherman; Instrumental Solo, Mrs.
Ethel Barnes; Voeal Solo, Mrs. Ruth
Lewis: Instrumental Solo, Master Al
fred Bell. S IR v v 8y R
Reported sick: Mrs, Jessie Keel
ing, Mr. J. E. Edwards, Mrs. Wm,
MecShan, Mrs. Elizabeth McSwine.
corner of A and Ash St.: Men, La.
dies and Children’s hair cutting a
specialty. First class service. Al
work guaranteed satisfactory. Cour
tr:ouo treatment. J. E. Mitchell, prop
Helena, Mont.
By Hek
Mrs. Dinah Buxton died at her
residence on South Ewing nbout‘
midnight Friday following a heart
attack from which she has been a
long sufferer. Mys, Buxton was born
in Columbia, Boone County, Mo., in
1865, coming to Montana in 1891.
In 1894 she removed to Helena from
White Sulphur Sgrim and had her
residence since then. pen-hearted
and generous she was the good angel
to many who found life’s roadway
scattered with thorns and thistles,
and though she, in latter years, hand
led only a small pittance, even that
was cheerfully shared with one who
was in need. Her funeral was held
Sunday afgernoon, 3 o'clock from
Kohler's mortuary. Rev. Martin Van
de Mark o¢f St. Paul M. E. church
assisted by Rev. Arthur Moore. She
is survived by three nephews, H. J.
Baker, Reuben Baker and Harrison
Baker all of Helena, and a niece
Mrs .T. G. Williams of ‘Chicago, 111.
Interment was in Forestvale. Pall
bearerg: J. B. Reid, Patrick H.
Keys, John Williams, J. E. Ingram,
Edwayd Johnson and James Howard.
Rey. S. E. Bailey was suddenly
stricken last Friday night with an
acur attack of muscular spasm
whiéh has since kegt him confined to
his; bed. He has been arranging to
attend the educational meeting sodn
to'be held in Washington, D. C, -
{Mrs. Edward Johnson returned to
Helena from Butte where she was
yisiting friends to attend the funeral
of M#s. Dinah Buxton. ] :
! Horace Christian is in the city
from Townsend gécompanied by his
wife. Christian’s father, George
Christian has.recovered from a sud
den ailment. L
Otha Allen who was confined in St.
John’s hospital is now at his home
and expects to be able to get about
Mrs. Enos Johnston was taken to
Galen Tuesday morning where she
will be under the care of special-
108 0“-5&' Street
- Seattle, ash,
Hazel McKee, Plaintiff, va. Floyd E.
McKee, Defendant. No. 2079067. Sum-+
. mMons. L A . SRB AN et
The State of Washington to the said
Floyd E. McKee: s
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the date of
the first publication of this summons,
to-wit; within sixty days after the
16th day of March, 1928, and defend
the above entitled action in the above
entitled court, and answer the com
plaint 'of the plaimtiff, and serve a
copyt of yvour answer uron the under
nm attorney for plaintiff, at his
o below stated; and in case of
Lgur’hllure #0 to ‘do, judgment will
rendered n.a"“n Yyou accerding to
the, demand of the complaint,. whiech
will be filed with the clerk of said
court. This action is for ahsolute di
vorce upon the grounds of éruelty and
neflect and® refusal of defendant to
;rlm ¢ suitable provision for his fam-
Attorney for Plaintiff.
4, 106 Colwminbia Bt, BSeattle, King
County, Washington,
First publ!cn(,lom March 16, 1925;
last, April 20, 1928,
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816 Pactfic Block
%fll!k. Wash.
State of Washington, for King
County.~ln Probate,
In _the Matter of the Estate of J. A.
Rlp(l,cry. Deceased, No. 44022, Notlce
to Creditors. N v
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed and has
qualified as Administratrix of the es
tate of J. A. Ripley, Deceased; that
all persons hnvlnm claims against sald
deceased are hereby required to serve
the same, duly verified, on said Aznon
Ripley or her attorney of record at
the address below stated, and file the
same with the Clerk of said Court,
together w‘th g;ool of snch service
within six nths after the date of
tirst pubiication of this notice, or the
same will be barred.
“}"nle of first publication, March 16,
AdoMnlet ‘A'ON!S RIPLEY,
' ra 0! i 'guu.v
CLAR Ac&lgnnn 16 %A lock.
| - Attorney
| for ?&k%f&;flm Seat:
| e, Wash.
| ; 1 March 16, 1028;
wat, Mareh dor 198 K, o
ists. It is the ho'?e of her friends
that the change will be beneficial to
her health and will resuit in her re
covéry. She was accompanied by
Mrs. Rebecca Green who Treturned
home Tuesday evening. Mrs, John
ston expresses her gratitude to her
numerous friends who have ren
dered such faithful and generous
kindness during her long seige of ill
San Francisco—Qakland
Mrs. Lena M. Parker, reporter
Phone Walnut 6420
Father D. R. Wallace announces
that the local branch N. A, A. C, P,
has secured Dean William Pickens
to address them in a public lecture
March 28 in the auditorium of Tech
nical high school. Forty-third and
Broadway. Admission will be free,
He will leave the next morning via
Air Mail to Portland.
The followin&deiegues have been
elected by the Linden branch Y, W.
C. A., to attend the forthcoming bl-]
ennial convention of the national
board to be held in Sacramento April
14 to 20: Mrs. Allen O. Newmlfl‘;‘
Mrs. Lutie Gilbert Saunders, Miss
Lula Chapman, Miss Ruth Moou‘.-'
Miss Estelle Turnet, Miss Mary.
Norris, The followi n—'g‘olfi
ficials were elected for the commti
tee of management for the coming
year: Mrs. Allen O. Newman, re
elected cheirman, Mrs. Hettie B.
Tilghman, vice-chairman; Mrs. Iva
Gray, recordinfi secretary.
The contest between nine bay dis
trict Nefro choirs has left a memory
that will mean much in a betfer ra
cial understanding. Despite the
weather, and notwithstanding that
for four weeks some of these choirs
have broadeast over radio at least
twice a week, music lovers from n:{
races attended. When the conce
began there must have been fully
eight thousand people present. Law
rence Moore, manager of California
Crematorium, made the address of
welcome, speaking on Negro Spirit
vals and their significance. The
stage manager was W. N. Ricks,
while J. Jackson was the announcer.
The judges were Roy Harrison Dan
forth; music editor of The Oakland
TRIBUNE; Brick Morse, formerly
for 28 years director for the Univer
sity of California Glee club, and Hen
ry L. Perry, well known bass vocalist
and director of choirs and chorals,
William Nat Frirend, president of
Oakland Federated churches, award
ed three Joving cups. The choir con
test was under the management of
Fdward Sands. George D. Lofton and
Mrs. Alberta Lofton, all of Los An
Roy Danforth, chairman of judges,
announced that Fifteenth Church
Choir was winner of first prize,
North Oakland Baptist winning sec
ond, while A, M. E. Zion of San
Frencisco won third. All were pleased
with the decision as the manner of
reaching the same was fully ex
plained. The singing of 100 colored
school children, directed by Miss Ida
Jackson, was especially notable. Miss
Jackson is the only public school
teacher of her race in Oakland
schools. 08 s
The Fanny Coppin Club of,¢@ak
land Monday evening _presented
George Schuyler of New-York City,
internationally knewn Negro writ
er and lecturer. M@ delivered an ad
dress on “'l‘hqfiEconomic Aspects of
the Race” in First A. M. E. church
to a largesand appreciative audience.
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W. M. Burvell, Henry Reed, H. C,
Morris and O. L. Boyd, were dele
gates to ‘the recent. Republican
County Conventiion to elect delogm
to the State Comvention. O, L. Boyd
was a member of the Nominating
Commitee, d 3
" The following ran ons of our group
were elected delegntes to the State
Convention. 1 Lo TRURE Y A ¥
Mrs, Stella Younmyr, W. M. Burrel,
Henry Reed and O. L. Boyd. Mrs,
Stelln Young is t’ne first colored
woman to be elected to a State Con
vention fron}_B-npa&(_ County, -~
Misses Naomi Jefferson and
Juanita Young del‘ghtfully enter
tained the smart sef zt a delicious
three-course lugcheon Sunday after
noon at the home of Miss Young.
The center pieces of the tables were
green and white uperz\
Miss Juanita Young é@ntertained at
;» radio party Sunday eyening at her
Pendleton, Ore.
Mr. George Fletcher was host to
a few friends Monday %M at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson.
bahln. May Jackson mmotored to
bbage Hill last Friday. |
Mr. Bell entertained a few friends
;nformally at his home Fr;.lay even
Reported sick: Mr, H. Allen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Allen and
Mrs. H, Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitlow e&oyed a
motor trip to Walla Walla Sunday.
Building Contractor
Age, 85; worth, #7500, would
tike to correspond with tady, l::n:ro
20 80, object marriage... A. .
P. O. Box 3388, Scattle, Wash, |
WHITEN your skin with LADY
ROSE CREAM... Surprise all your
(riends. Send SI.OO for box. Besuty
'roducts Company, Ashland, Ohio,
Live Lodestone, sl. Luck Per
fume, §l. Van Van, sl. Love's
Charm, §l. Lucky Incense, large
box, sl. Buddha Charm, sl. John
Conquerer, 50c. Adam-Eve, boc; Love
age, boc. Book Luck, Goc. All, $5.00.
26c extra €, O. D. Morrelle Company,
CU-SIE Madigon, Chicago, Il
Mohawk Remedy Co. Says:
All eyves of sicknéss are turned to
ward the great Mohawk«lndian herb
garden, the balm of a thousand flow
ers. 1f you are troubled with ‘your
stomach, gas, acid, cold hand %fld
feet, headaches of any kind, :}d er,
liver, nervousness dll_:hu:: lehing
gas, coated tongue, rheumatism, blood
pressure, high eor low 'piles, bowel
trouble, hluntlng‘._ shortness of preath,
bad taste .fi outh, appetite poor,
body eruptiéon, eyesight blurred.
Now #f yen are suffering from any
of the ?qum'e ills, send at once to
Moha‘lu' ndian Trail. We are right
n thHé woods where the roots and
Jerbs grow. For all mankind. Get
ell and stay well, oetogeen
Send Today for a PPackage
Price %100, C. 0. D,
Outside of U, SB, $1.50
Registered U. 8. A. B-4262
153 Beaver Street
Salt Lake City, Utah
. Rhoda E. Juckson, Reporter
Calvary Baptist church, corner of
3rd and 7th east. Services 11 a. m.
conducted by deacons. Sunday school
9:45 a. m., Mrs. F. B, Turner, supt.
Good attendance and a Erovlu inter
est is increasing. Mr, Elder &:hlu)
returned missionary from India had
charge of the services. He llwxd
stereopticon views of his travels and
work in India, hvery instructive
and interesting talk was given with
each picture and all who were out
greatly appreciated it. The pro
ceeds from the lecture went to the
church missionary quot,
Pilgrim Baptist church. Sunday
school and B, Y, P. U. as usual. The
pastor, Rev. Bartlett is slowly im
proving. The Sunday school ‘is fire
paring an Easter program and Mrs.
V. Steele is chairman. b 4 5
The Ladies' Aid of Calvary Bap
tist church held a leap year social
and silver offering at the church Fri
day cvonl‘r:g, Owing to inclement
weather the attom}lnce was not as
large as anticipated. '
Mrs. Albert Fritz and mother of
Garfield were shopping in the city
the latter part of the week. - -
M, "iifinfgfir'o}' Peak returned from
his trip to California. ; n
Calvary Baptist church has called
Rev, Butler of Chicago as pastor.
He will take charge of the services
April 8, Easter Sunday. Services
Easter morning and Junior choir will
render the music and sermon by the
At 3 o’clock the Sunday school will
render an excellent program under
the direction of Mrs. Nettie Greg
ory assisted by Arline Steward ':\d
Rhoda Jackson. Some of the special
numbers on the program will be
trombone solo. violin duet and voecal
solos. :
The program in the evening g]
be in charge of the Senior choir. The
public is invited to each and all bf
these services. -
Mr. Humphry Means who has been
confined to his home for several
weeks is slowly improving. '
Mr. Wash., Powell underwent a
minor operation at St, Mark's hos
pital Monday.
The Bon Ton Art Club met with
Miss Ardell Greenwall Friday aftér
roon. Arline Steward was a visitor.
Mrs, Clarence Holmes was in Og
den the latter part of the week, vis
iting her sister Mrs. Nellie ll:m?ftqn.
Mrs. Mattie was takén to the Holy
Cross hospital Friday #dfternoon.
Welcome _to services at Calvary
Baptist church Easter.
“The Camella’ Art Craft Club will
give an ‘ertertainment at the “Y”
April 6. Remember the date.
' Mrs. Fanny M, Jackson and dlurh
ter were hostesses to the Progressive
Club Thursday evening. A hrfe at
tendance was out and a very inter
esting meeting was held. Plans were
completed for a charity Ball to be
given at the Y. W. C. A. Tuesday,
April 17. Mrs. Alice Lefgroan and
daughter were visitors. At the close
of the meeting the hostess served
refreshments. .
'Reromd gick are %fl. J. Offutt,
Ethel Holmes, "Mr. Greenup, Mrs.
Gaidy Ridge and Mrs, M. J, Atkinson,
The Salt Lake Tigers, the only
colored baseball team in Utah, won
a short practice game from the Clo
ver Leaf Dairy, an outstanding ame
tseur team of the city. The score was

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