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ILLINOIS NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Wesley of
F. Bradley Ave. vacationed at Detroit,
Michigan.
Mr. Homer Starks Danville and
Mrs. M. Briggs Mrs. M. Starks mother
with granddaughter visited Mrs. M.
Starks, Kentucky. Mrs. Briggs has
returned to her home in C hicago.
Mrs. Anna Turner of F. Washington
St. and mother Mrs. Sweat from
Kentucky are visiting in California
with Mrs. Turners daughter and
family.
At Home: Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Burris and family from C hicago visit
ed with parents the Albert Connells.
The Connells motored to Dyesburg.
Tcnn. to visit relatives.
Mr. Henry Bowman has returned
with the Wheelchair Athletics trip with
other executives of the University of
Illinois athletes from I ngland. Mrs.
Bowmen and sister Mrs. Arthur
Haynes from West Virginia and two
younger Bowmen children motored to
Michigan for week at Cabin before
Mrs. Haynes returned home.
Visited Mother: Mr. Paul Burch
■of West Hill St. recently visited his
mother in Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs.
Kent I i rhey of Mo. visited the Burch
family.
Mrs. Wm. Kelly West lads and
Mrs. Virginia Stalks North Wright St.
visited two weeks at Toledo, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kelley wcie called
to Poit (iihson. Miss, because of ill
ness of a couisin. i he Howell sisters
and Ruby Jean Walker fiom Miss,
visited mothci in C hicago Mrs. Anna
Patterson as well as couisins the
rvel ley s.
i i**i. anu Mrs. Billy Jackson .anil
three sons motored to Boston, Mass,
tor I (nee weeks vacation.
Mis. ()tis Scott attended funeral of
uncle in Cia. the I Sells from I cnn.
visited ten days with sister and family
the Otis Scot Is ( arver Park.
Mi and Mrs I mmerson Wells of
( hicago visited uncle and aunt the
II uold Wells of North Poplar St.
Mis. Donald Jackson and infant
have returned overseas since attending
the last i lies of A I It. Donald k
Jackson killed in auto accident. Mis.
I un.ic Smith accompanied the Jack
soils to NA where they taken a plane
loi overseas.
Sistci Passed. Mi \lbeil McKinley
of l ast I icmont attended the funeral
ol his sistci in Chicago.
Mi and Mis. I homas Maclm
motored to C hicago to visit brother
and family the John Howells.
I lie Richard I dwards and Mis.
I dim Diltay and Mstu Mis. Sadie
cot! motoicd to Cat mi. Ills, and
Slmwncv I own Uu several days visit.
Mis I h/aheth l ptegrow visitevt at
Springfield, Ills.
I he Ills. Motor C lub entertained
at "Redwood Inn" lliier annual alfmi
I ntertamed I iicikI: Mis. Ruth
tlciideneks entertained at tea for Mis.
Iihv Johnson ol Arizona houseguest
of Mrs. M Howard of I ast Cirove St.
Mis. M.ugaietlie Nimnually ot
North nth visited hei daughter and
son-111-law at California.
I\V. \ . tlliVI All's. 1 . » » 1111*1111 A « ms i * Jr
ot North Hickoiv have accepted a
..all to the Second Baptist Church
I ufavcllo. Ind. the Williams visaed at
home m levas bclore moving to thici
charge Ind. I he Salem Baptist C hurch
honoicd the Rev Williams vvith a
reception.
New H omc: Mr. and Mrs. D
l enton have moved into thier new
home on W. Church, U.
Vacationed in Minne. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Sit'lev of Fast Washington and
three children motored to St. Paul.
Minne. to visit sister Mrs. Louise
Wdcv. During the stav thev visited
potters plant at Duluth and motel and
cocktail lounges among point visited.
Returning to visit friends in Iowa,
enroute home.
t-nroute to Grand Flk Convention
in Boston, Mass, from Victory Tem
ple No. 530: Mrs. Anna Scott running
for grandorganist. Rose Hess. Cozetta
Fwing. Belts Rivers Lorrine Boswell.
Pauline Jamerson. Maggie Johnson.
UMae Wheeler Maywood.
Neice V isited for Summer: Miss
Lindel Grooms from Pa. visited her
sister and guest of aunt Mrs. Rose
Hess E. Church St.
W. Lewis $ Co.
Champaign's Leading Department Store
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• 72 x 108 or Twin Fitted.2.35 ea.
• 81 x 108 or Full Fitted .2.55 ea.
• 90 x 108.2.95 ea.
• Cases 42 x 38.55 ea.
W. Lewis & Co.
Sheet Department,
Main Floor Annex
MUSLIN SHEETS
Cases 42 x 36 ... 45c ea.
Sheets 63 x 99 1.65 ea.
Sheets 63 x 108 . .. 1.75 ea.
Sheets 72 x 108
A twin fitted ...... 1.85 ea.
Sheets 81 x 108
A full fitted.1.95 ea.
SCALLOPED
pink, lilac, green, yellow,
blue, white
Cases 42 x 38' j. . . 1.65 pr.
Sheets 72 x 108 2.75 ea.
Sheets 81 x 108 2.95 ea.
NEW SELF-IRON
PERCALE
Cases 42 x 38' > ■ 75c ea.
72 x 108 and
twin fitted . . 2.65 ea.
81 x 108 and
full fitted .2.95 ea.
PRINCESS ROSE
pink, blue, yellow, lilac, green
Printed cases
42 x 38'/;,.1.75 pr.
Printed border sheets
72 x 108. 2.75 ea.
Printed border sheets
31 x 108 3.55 ea.
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Blue, yellow, green, lilac
pink, avocado, delft blue,
hibiscus, Persimmon,
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Cases 42 x 381 2.1.45 pr.
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Sheets 81 x 108
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Cases 42 x 38 1.65 pr.
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ot twin fitted.. .2.55 ea.
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Mrs. Marion Jones of Burch Village
visited brother Homer Barrett and
family at Maywood and went on a
tolling trip m Wisconsin.
Vniong the Sick: Mrs. Mary Mc
Murray at home East Hill.
Mis. Caddie Hursey at home East
Hill U.
Houscgucst: Mrs. Myrtle Merrell
of Chicago houscgucst of Mrs. Bertha
\ Ci i av North Ash St
Min. Edith Osborn, daughter Mary
k. C lit Osborn and Sara Eashnett will
altemled the Bahai School for Child
ren in S.C.
Mrs. Marian Mills and daughter
Margaret N A . are visiting sister and
aunt M inn Stella Percipal North Ran
dolph St.
Min. I udi Johnson, mother Mrs.
Wiley and four children arrived from
NA after vacation and summer
school.
I rbana Bahai Community which
Miss Mary k > etma is chairman
held a picnic on the center lawn which
more than 50 attended.
The Champaign Community which
Mrs. Javidokidt khadem is chairman
held a picnic on the lawn of Mrs.
Edith Osborn North 2nd St.
A friendly get to gathether was held
honoring Miss Margaret Bkaer who
conduct a child daily nursery on East
Stoughton St.
Worship
Catheral. Mosque, and synogoue at
Pilgrim Shrine set* in the open air
wherer the humble soul of man
lifts up its voice in praise and prayer
there God is listening, anxiously to
hear.
\\ hen in the temple dedicated to one
l he humble soul God of man’s
conscious
Of unity m faith: of loving care.
Of oneness in the presence
And the glory that rests there.
(By Mrs. F.lla C. Quant)
Mr. Bernard E. Johnson Jr. and his
wife, the former LeVera French of
Carhondaie. Illinois \isited his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Johnson Sr.
1107 N. bth Champaign last week.
Mr Johnson recently completed five
years of service in the Air Force, the
last 2 years of which were at Hancock
Field. Syracuse New York where he
worked as IBM technician. Since May
he has been in training in Paramus
New Jersey with the Federal Electric
Corporation and will report for duty
at Riverside California. August 5th
to continue in IBM work for that
company.
Mr. Johnson will leave his wife in
Carhondaie with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Washington and drive on
alone. When he is settled in the job
and has secured housing she will fly
to him.
Mrs. Johnson was employed as
clerk-typist in the office of the Gene
tal Electric Corporation in Syracuse
while her husband was stationed there.
Attended Legion Convention in Chi
cago: Allen Rivers and wife Post
£559.
Dr. and Mrs. Emmett Conrad
Dallas, Texas at home with parents
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Nelson enroute
to Mass, and Denver, Colo to pick
up Peggy Nelson.
Mrs. Estelle Wellis visited sister in
law and brother Cecil Nelson. Jr. Mil.
Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bowles visited
Los Angeles with mother and Urban
League Convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rivers attended
Legion Convention in Chicago.
Dr. and Mrs. Emmett Conrad and
daughter Cccille from Dallas, Texas
visited parents enroute to Mass, and
Denver, Colo.
Mrs. Estelle Willis and son visited
brother Cecil Nelson. Jr. and family
Mil.. Wis.
Mr. Robert Bowles attended Urban
League Convention in L.A. and
visiting with Mrs. Bowles mother in
Mass, the family.
Mrs. Chas. McGee and three child
ren visited mother Mrs. Nellie Nelson
and will motored to Kansas City
where Mrs. Nelson will live with her
daughter and family.
[.earning makes a man
fit comfHtny for himself.
—Young
Jenkins To He
First Negro on
Labor Hoard
Washington, July 23
Howard Jenkins Jr. Monday
said he is deeply grateful to
President Kennedy for picking
him as a member of the Nation
al Labor Relations Board
If the nomination is approved
by the Senate, Jenkins will be
the first Negro to serve on the
board.
“The position offers a chance
to work in an area of the public
service which has long engaged
my interests and efforts,” Jen
kins said in a statement
“I believe that we will move
ahead as a united people more
readily when we weigh careful
ly all matters which can affect
our economy through the coop
erative efforts of labor and man
agement.”
Jenkins, a native of Denver,
Colo., is a 48-year-old former
professor of law. He now is as
sistant commissioner of the
Bureau of Labor-Management
Reports.
Our ideal uill never be
met with in life unless
ive have first achieved it
within ourselves.
Maeterlinck

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