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Greetings In 1950 _
» 1 1 JVSTli E9.pali.ty: ■ VOL 45 NO I'KIOW 10 l V!-.' K M INI 1‘KltT I‘IV K * ►Nit Local News "In God must be our trait There ta no God but Him the Ural er, the knower, the Helper. Not hing in earth or heaven is out side the grasp of God. "Blessed is be who prefers his brother t«e fore himself; such an one Is of the people of Bah'a. “Ms sb-uld know his own self, and know those things that lean to loftiness or to baseness or to honor, to wealth or to poverty'". From Baiun writing AMONG THE HOLIOAV ACTIVITIES Naval Bernard Bryant, spent a week at home with hi. p :rents Mr. and Mr*. Ollte Chai ibei . of liast Columbia Ave ■ enrout# to Norfolk, Virginia * • * Mr. and Mrs. Roosevet I*avii oe E. Church visited with Mr and Mrs. Smith St Fount, Mo. * * • MANSION HOl’Si: ENTER TAINS The Mansion House at Ha<t Church St. entertained at a ram ble party and Friday night en tained their guest. Mrs Sara' Moore ia the Chaproti. Mrs. Moore on Monday was lovely dinner hostess to her family at l o’clock dinner: Mr and Mrs. Marvin Starks and daughter Darlene. Mr*. N. Jamerson and house guest Mrs. Elizabeth Smith of ^Chicago,* Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jatnerson and Mr. and Mrs. Car zell Langford, Mr. Arthur Starks of Chicago a brother and Mr Horoer Starks and friends of Danville- Ills, Editor and Mrs. E. G. Harris were out of the city. CANTATA: The Bethel A. M. E. Church held their annual cantata on their third Sunday at 11 o'clock ser vice. Mr. Cecil Pope organist. Their annual 6 a. m. service were held Xmas morning. Rev. E. Ta born pastor HONORD BABY Womans Home Economics club were hostess at the anual baby contest held in the home of Mrs. Sarah Moore on East Church st. Babies honored: Barbara Ann Boswell 1st prize a Negro Dolt. 2nd. prize Rhons Green, Amos - Andy Doll, 3rd. prize Margaret Wise, $2. 4th. prize Nathaniel Gib son, Consolation, $2. and 5th. Monica Jackson- $1.50. Program of Xmas carols and repasts was served. Mrs Clar ence Wilson, chairman, Mrs. Vel ma Colley co-chairman and Mrs. W. C. Pyle president. a * * Mr. and Mrs. Rose Larry Hess Mrs. Roxie Steele spent Xmas in Chicago with family Mr. and M rs. Jonnie Jones and Mrs. Eliza Mae Clay. •f Mrs. Lorrine Rodgers, of N. - Market St. visiting mother in Bir mingham, Ala. **•* Mrs. Velma Colley has recent ly returned from Flint, Michigan and Chicago visiting relatives and friends. While in Chicago she at tended the Federated Clubs ban quet where some very distinguish ed Elks were honored. She and mother has as their houseguest Mrs. Clarine Shaw of Chicago, 111. a cousin. OOOOOOOiXHO-CKKSOtiH&O-OCKKtHO-O' ORDER YOUR XMAS CARDS NOW! Your selection of Everyday, Sympathy, Convalesing, Relatives cards. Personized Stationary. Especially for Children. CALL 2617 or Mail your or der to: Blanche J. Harris 202 Ells Ave. Champaign, Illinois JSXKWHKKKKHiPOO o<x> O OO O 0< ( HOIK HOSTESS: The Mt CRi'r choir of which Re* F k kilgorr I- pa-tar and Mr*. Johnson president were hostess to the Terre Haute, choir of which l ev C Vt Saunders i* pastor A bus carred the mem* tier*. • • ♦ DINNER HOSTESS; Mrs. Ihiihs Blackwell of F. Church was dinner boat os • to Mr and Mrs. Bert Barbero <>f < hi -ago. Illinois Mrs Blackwell -Iient several days in Chicago «>n \ a t dinner on Xmas with her grand - i children. • • • • VISITIM. SISTER VI is* Theola Bowles of W est Majde St. -pent holidays iwh her brother in law and sister Mr. and Virs Kermitl Waddell of llama burg. I*a. * a * Mis \nna Tutt of North Pop , lar St, spent holidays with re latives in Peoria. • * * Mrs. Be.itruce He’I of North Poplar St spent holidays with her aunt, Mr-. Irene Wilson of Chicago and Mr*. Victoria Gat rett of Madison, Kentucky * * • Mis M e Strv »rd of N. 6th spent holidays in Chicago with her sister. » * * Misses Pearlie Mae Roberts Miss Geraldine Hill of Ninth lith, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Latham of North 6th were seen boarding the train for Chicago on Sunday. * * * __Mrs. C. J Jordan, sister Mrs. Jennie Harris and neice Miss Nancy Jones were with thoii family in Bloomington, Illinois ! Mr. and Mrs. Chester McClellan. • » • i Dr, Clara Smith spent Xmas I with her family in Zenia, Ohio. Mrs. Cloc Watson, sister of j Mr*. Dasey Clemons of North Ash St. is visiting from Ponchat oula, La., Mother of Mr. Hob Felder on North 1st. Street. * • * Mrs. Alma Penn Franklin is at the bedside of her mother Mrs. Penn, of North 6th from Texas. * * * Mr. Atto Penn, of Chicago vis ited his motehr .Mrs. Allie Penn of North Market. •**•*• Dr. and Mrs. Conrad of Chan ute Field, Ills, have purchased a new pontiac and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Suggs, of Fast White St. ****** Mrs. J. Hite of Chtrago Illinois was houseguest of Mrs. Helen Hite and son from Chicago, 111. ****** Mrs. Leanard Nelson and daug hter Cassie of St Louis, Mo. are guest of parents- Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Baines of North 4th St. * *• Mr. and Mrs. Burney Roberson of Chicago were houseguest of family. ****** DINNER HOSFESS Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Nelson were dinner hostess to their family on Xmas. Dr. and Mrs. Conrad, Mrs. Es.eele Lomax and son, Mr. Cecil Nelson jr, Miss Eunice Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Nelson and Mrs. Nellie Nelson Xmas. ****** Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Nelson sr. were at dinner Monday with Dr. and Mrs. Douglas and two daugh ters: Karen and Adrain of Chan ute- Field, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Suggs and rest of their family on Monday in their home North 5th St. ****** Miss Harriett Chandler of Day ton, Ohio and Miss Cynthia Chan dler of Chicago is visiting with mother Mrs. W. H. Chandler of West Bealin St. i JAUID-BOLAND WEDDING HELD Mr and Mr». Farhang Javid are pictured following their marriage Thursday evening in Baha'i center. Urban*. The bride 1* the former Min Kath leen Boland, daughter of Mr and Mr* B. A Bolen* of C*hl eagu A Local Lodge Hold Intiation University lodge No- Ola lust Sunday initiated !» new ii.!•■«__tn to their lodge, A gteat time was held. Harry Jot dan Is Fxalted Ruler * * * Rev. A. S. VVehh, and sun Cecil her host at dinner to Mr. James Webb and friend Miss OUi'« John son of Chieitgo and Mi ami Mrs. L. Ransom and two children of Columbus Ohio. *»**» HOI ’SHUCKS 7' Mi- Mart hit tan and duugl ter had as their houseguest ■ Miss Ada Jackson of Dayton, Ohio who was enroute to Denver, Colo., to visit Dr Arnold Yarber, **•* 1*1 ’RC II \SK ( \RS: L. K Irons, of the U. S. A. is visiting his grandmother Mrs Johnson fiom Texas and aunt Mrs. Jessie Britt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Britt have u new Buick. *••*.* + Mrs. Susie Dodds, of North Ash was housegucst of her brother and wife from St lamia, Mo. **»**» Mrs. Mary, Jackson of Fast Vine St. is visiting with relatives in Mounds. 111. FAMILY DINNERS Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bridgewater and family were hostess to the family at dinner Xmas. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Scott. Mr Bridgewater Miss Cozy Chavis, Mr. and Mm. Raymond Scott jr. and Lorretta, Dr. ami Mrs. L. P I> iff ay ami son Landel from Chi cago. ****** Mr. ami Mrs. Fort Wesley of Hast Vine st. were hostess to -their family: Mr- Irma and Eli zabeth Ru»sell of Chicago and son Kenneth, Mrs. Olive McKin ley and son, Fort Wesley jr. Mrs Margaret Myers, Mrs. Myers spent Xmas in Texas with mother Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reese of Danvilie, and Mr. Denni- McBride of Cincinati Ohio. ****** Mrs. N. Jamerson was Xma> dinner hostess to her family or Friday: Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jam erson, Sgt. Edgar Bellfie’d' Mr and Mr Carzell Langford,. Editoi and Mrs. E. G, Harris. Celebrates Birthday Mrs A goes Giles of North Pop . \ Street celebrated bet ? birthday Xmas day. Mr. B, K. Payne celebrated hi* ? birthday Xmas day, FAMtl.1i ON y\LW YEARS: Mr. and Mr* Willed Anderson of Wed Beech St will haw their family on New Years: Mr. nod Mi'*. Edward And#i*on of De rntur, Mr. and Mr* Albert Tho !■ a*. Mi and Mr*. Shelby Her hrutn, Mr and Mrs, Va! Starks Mr and Mr*. Wilbur Anderson jr and families ***** Mrs Annn Watson and sister Mr. and Mr Edward Well* were at dinner with family in (‘hit ago M‘**es Harriett and Dorothy Watson and Mr. and Mra. land* Watson nrul Dr. Helen Reta Mr. and Mi*. Charles Aughtry and daughter Mr*. Virginia Hod gerr were dinner guest to Mrs. N, Jamersort and Mrs. Elizabeth Smith of Chicago, III. Tuesday, Mr* Lucille Clark, of West Church St.«dmncr holtlM to Mrs. I W. Valentine and--family and 'i Mr*. Cruahshan on .Xma*. ****** Mrs. Emma Hint* of West Charles was hostess at Xmas to her brother Mr. George Means of Alton 111. sister Mrs. Mattie I'i.ich and son Mr Fred Hines of | Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond i Hines and family of East Park j street. VISITS FAMILY ; Mis. Robert Hursey of East : Church spent severs! flays with family in Tupelo, Mississippi. •***•• Mr- Sadie Webb of Chicago jpent Xmas with mother ami brother and son Mrs. Tillie Heg rnon of East Grove St. ***** Mr. and Mrs. Thmas Johnson of Kll Avc. spent Xmas with Mr. Johnsons family, and is also visiting friends in W'ashing ton and relatives, ****** Mr. and Mrs. Edward Glover, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fletcher and brother Syvemuis and Chester were at dinner. ****** Mr. and Mrs. L«*anard Miller of Chicago are at home with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Varnado of E. Tre mont St. Mr. arid Mrs. Leroy Pickens and family were also * guest. • -v EDITOR AND WIFE VISITS RELATIVES IN WINDY CITY • * • KWTOR AND MRS It AKKl! spent Suii.ii*> with Dr and Mr* \t m C Gibb. and then fine IttH | family at UI9 Albany, on th. : Wrvl side of Chicago, I'hes- wet*1 : up t*» the ends cits Sunday ever* . mg and rat timed Monday - ■ lllg 1'hev well- led at the t 'th vd slat mil by Dr tiibha and convey*** to his beautiful home at the alms* ad.be-.* in hi* new It*4t* Dldstno bite Mr- (itbba. a first rousm nl the editor, is a North t aruhmar and is a former school teacher Dr Gibb* hi* wife and the alllsi j were schoolmates at the S C State baptist College, Moiri* t'al , lege, at Sumter, S C ami busing ; g radii.i ted 11-> >. , ih Gibb* at tended and giaduate-1 from M«* harry Medical College at Na*h villa, Tcun. in the dental prof• -eon and after doing bork tn th. ill University of Chicago enter**, the practice of his profession a» a dentut on the west side of Chi intro- where he has built foi him self and amiable clientele He and hi* little wife, working together, hi*s'e managed U> acquire a great . deal of estremeiy valuable pro ! (H'rty, both on the sees! and south * do of the city At present, they j live in a beautiful three flat building overlooking Douglas 1’ark, which i* too tioaiiliful for word*; and while they were ac quiring thi* pr<»|*arty ami secur - ity they have reared three fine children two girla and one son the elder girl, Grace, has finished Chicago High School and is a se cond yeai stulent at Fisk Univer sity June - a freshman in High achooi^Ead Bobbie, their only boy, is in government ser vice at present He la also a high ( sehowvl gi«duat* and ha* dotMt I work at Illinois Cnlveraity In tW *ia<ly city »*» at Iwm* fur ■ lb* holidays to add jay to the .xcaston and brighten the «**a>a, ! She *• majoring in tw* subject* one of which la psychology Sha amt hei sister are among th* *w*w'te*t of alt gills amt show a great i tea I of jvarental guidance W bile there the Editor and wife yis11i*t J'r Hubert end l.tmta Nr* hitt end families. Atty t.eorge Nesbitt who He* been transfer led tu Wtihlsgtoa to I'tluin He deveiopmcnt Branch of th» Hosts mg and Home Finance Agency Mi Ku'seii Nesbitt who ta cun nwtisl with the social secuitty of fice and ih«*ir fathci Mi amt Mr#. I.ilrtan Nesbitt, who have com bined their force* ami are m*w in the t J apartment httiiding which ike the tiihbs home nevt dour. <vr t Iihi k» thing la* Hark Mra It rid# Nesbitt1* mother was visiting fruw Cleveland, Ohm Other visit* were mad# to include 1 he home of Mr and Mr* W t\ William* where the television w«» ■n progress, Mrs Williams was formerly Miaa Rally Broom They also visited Mr. and Mis Ale* Weems who were visiting with friends, Mi and Mr*. Muse* Black a* Oner dinner guests They visited the former Mt»* Elisabeth Smith and her hutband and ftna little family and many other*. They learned that Mr* Jna. Olay was nick, but were unable to stall her at home. Mr*. Harris railed Mra. Jerry Walla, formerly Mia* Jessie Hines. Mm. Mahl# J. Htgrka am) daughter, Mr* liar out WUburn and Mra. Katya H. Steel* all of whom seat regard* tn champaign friend*. Among The Sick Mr Spencer Jackson, North Walnut Street- Mr. James Hoyt E 'Fremont, Mrs. Charles Phil lip* at home North Market, Mr. Fort Wesley of F. Vine, Mra Eliea Wilson improving at home E. Vine, Mrs Liarie Davis John son operation in Burnham, Mr*. Grace Jones daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Fred 1 out* of North 2nd at Clinton Iowa , Mr* Irma Bridge* | w.-iter E, Washington. Pray for tho alck. Mr». Tabor Matron Of O. E: S. Chapter Mra, Effie TaU>r is the new wor thy matron of Itoae of Sharon Chapter No. 3, Order of Eaatern Star. Other officer* elected at an an nual meeting recently are: Fred Marria, worthy patron; Mr*. Ciena McMullen, associate matron; Mra. Annie Bonaparte, treasurer; Mr*. Dorothy Jordon, secretary; Mra. Florence Williamson conductress; Mr*. Itoaie Heed, associate conduc tress; K.li, Sinclair, associate patron; Mra. Beatrice Bell, warder; John Tabor, sentinel; Mrs. Lillie Smith, Ada; Mra. Emma Liddell Ruth; Mrs. Loren* Brown, Fattier. Mra. Viola l.anfair, Martha; Mrs Jessie Dys<»n, Electrs. ooooooooooooooooooaooao mc warn mum FOR WATCHES DIAMONDS GIFTS Guaranteed Watch Repair 312 N. HICKORY "Tha Friendly Place to Trade” } QOQOOOOOOOOOOC<KIOO<KHXK1< 50 Yetri Today For Judge Weeks Attorney Hasn't Moved Hhtngte In 49 Yearn, A S, Weeks hung out his law shingle M> years ago today and he's hardly moved it since. Weeks has been a practicing at torney since Dec. Ifl IH99, and ta May of t9f>0 he will have rounded out half a century In the same of flee at 313 North Walnut Street The Judge is all spruced up fur hia anniversary. The two rooma In whirh h# haa conducted almost his entire legal career were re cently repainted, putting him to considerable bother in moving about the law bouka and documents accumulated In his long span In the profession. "It's tha third time in 49 years," Judge Weeks observed of the paint job. Recalling hia entry into pra** tin*, Weeks indicated a framed document on the wall. "There's the sheepskin on a board for me and he wrinkeled lt.M Week’s legal career had Its in ception within sight of hia offiae In a building a few doors to tike east on Main street he took op the study of law in the office of J.L. Ray, one of the county's le gal luminaries of that era. AT HOME FROM SCHOOL Mr. David Phillips. Robbie Wil liamson are at home from Wil berforce, Ohio. • *e«« Mr. Floyd Hodges visited his sister and Mr. Edward Jones in Chicago, III. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dowling visited sister Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hendericks from Chicago, III. MARRIED Mr. Jimmie Jones and Misa Opal Banks of E. Tremont fK. re cently in her home and left for Pine Buff, Arkanaas.