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’ROUND THE “2” TOWNS
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Mm. Caule Melker, 455 St. An
thony avenue, who Is confined to her
bed with lumbago, is slightly im
proved.
Messrs. Raymond Brown and Hec
tor Vassar are practicing on the Cen
tral high school baseball team and
will appear in the opening game.
The Third Degree! See it at the
K. of P. Easter Ball, Tuesday eve
ning, April 22, at Aracdia Dancing
Palace. Thrilling, Nensational. The
talk of the Twin Cities. See it for
yourself.—Adv.
Mrs. S. E. Hall has charge or the
musical program on Sunday, April
13, at 5 P. M., at the Neighborhood
House.
Misses Mattie and Elizabeth Mur
ray were initiated into the Alpha
Kappa Alpha Sorority of the univer
sity at their last meeting, which was
at the residence of the president.
Miss Kstherine Tandy.
Messrs. Tabor and Greene, better
known as “The Dark Knights,” are
appearing on the Palace Orpheum
bill this week. Mr. Tabor is stop
ping at the Keystone hotel and Mrs.
<Jreene is staying at the Hotel Howell.
) Mrs. Lee Johnson of the Blue
,'cent illness and is able to be In her
: place of business.
Watch for the Grand Easter Ball,
given by the Wide-Awake club of
V. B. F, No. 15® April 21, 1924, at
Union Hall. Music by Stevens Jazz
Band.—Adv.
An eight-pound baby girl was born
to Mrs. C. H. Tendell on Friday morn
ing at the St. Paul hospital.
The Third Degree.. See it at the
K. of P. Easter Ball at Arcadia Danc
ing Palace. Thrilling, sensational.
The talk of the Twin Cities. What is
it? See for yourself April 22.—Adv.
The Co-ed club met at the home of
Miss Leah Minor, 471 West Central
avenue, Tuesday, April 1. The en
tertainment committee submitted to
the club the spring and summer pro
gram. After having several snap
shots taken the club enjoyed an ar
tistic and dainty luncheon served by
the hostess. The next meeting will
be held at the home of the vice-presi
dent, Miss Antonette McFarland, on
Saturday, April 12.
The Baby Welfare club will have
their Bakery Sale Saturday, April 19,
at the home of Mrs. B. Rogers, 718
St. Anthony Ave.—Adv.
There will be a Matinee Card Par
ty Saturday, April 26, at the Ameri
can Legion headquarters, 1155 Robert,
from 2tosP. M. Tickets 15c. Ways
and Means committee, Mrs. Rutli
Grice, Chairman.—Adv.
The Leslie Lawrence Post of the
American Legion presented two ear
phones for the boys at The Aberdeen
hospital, will give Radio Set later.
Mr. and Mrs. James Glover, 653%
Rondo street, were garnisheed by
Mrs. T. H. Wellington for rent and
granted judgment in Judge Kelly’s
court March 24, 1924.
.Stay off the date of April 80.—Adv.
The Choral Choir of St. James’ A.
M. E. Church will broadcast over
WLAG Sunday at 11 A. M. Also at
9:30 Sunday morning.
Women’s Meeting
The club women and their friends
met at the Y. W. C. A. Branch, 598
W. Central avenue, on Monday, April
7, 2:30 P. M.. at the call of the Na
tional Association for the Advance
ment of Colored People to hear Mr.
Robert W. Bagnall, director of
branches, of New York City. Mr.
Bagnall in his usual able and appeal
ing manner delivered an excellent ad
dress, telling us many happenings
which occur in our group all over
the United States, which we did not
know.
He also spoke of a new organisa
tion known as "The Virginians,”
which has been formed since and is
similar to the Ku Klux Klan.
He told the women of two new
books, one by Miss Jessie Faucet, en
titled "There Is Confusion,” and the
other by our Mr. Walter White of the
N. A. A. C. P., entitled “Fire and
Flint.” He stated that there would
be one other book, edited by himself,
soon on the market. He urged the
women to buy, not borrow, and read
them.
There were 25 clubs represented,
all of which evinced new interest in
the work of the N. A. A. C. P. More
than 1150.00 was pledged.
SAINT PAUL
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD AND YOUR
PATRONAGE APPRECIATED AT
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MINNEAPOLIS
Watch for the Grand Easter Ball
to be given by the Wide-Awake Club
of U. B. F. No. 159, April 21, 1924,
at Union Hall. Music by Stevens
Jazz Band.—Adv.
Mrs. Priscilla Gordon was hostess
at a dancing party last Saturday eve
ning. A delicious repast was served.
The Sunday Forum meeting last
Sunday was fairly well attended. A
very nice program was rendered. Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Curry, Mr. and Mrs.
Mansfield and Mrs. Martha Lee were
on the program.
The Third Degree! See it at the
K. of P. Easter Ball, Tuesday eve
ning, April 22, at Arcadia Dancing
Palace. Thrilling, Sensational. The
talk of the Twin Cities. See it for
yourself.—Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Bollen of Port
land, Ore., are visiting for a few days
in the city. They are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Connors, 3625
Tenth avenue south.
Mrs. John O. Vinegar was called
to the bedside of her mother in Oma
ha, Neb.
Mrs. Janke Webb, 620 Fifth ave
nue north, is still seriously ill.
The Porters’ and Waiters’ club
was entertained Sunday evening by
the Short Neck Orchestra, Mr. Joe
Williams, Conducting.
The entertainment under the au
spices of the city Federation has been
indefinitely postponed because of ill
ness among the principals.
Chas. L. Brooks, 515 Second ave
nue south, is back in his place of
business after, undergoing a major
operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant,
3432 Oakland avenue, entertained at
dinner Thursday evening in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Bollen of Port
land, Ore. Covers were laid for eight.
The 13th Ward Civic club met
Monday. Their regular meeting is
on the second and fourth Mondays of
each month.
Billy Black's orchestra is playing
at the University club, St. Paul.
“Mayor” Lewis Ewing is slightly
indisposed but is able to watch things
on the North Side.
Mrs. John C. Momon left Saturday
evening for a visit to Kansas City,
Tulsa and Chicago.
The second meeting of women of
Minneapolis interested in the general
welfare and economic conditions of
our group was held Monday afternoon
at 2 o’clock in the mayor's reception
room. The meeting was fairly well
attended. Mrs. Eva Van Hook was
in the chair. Mrs. J. D. Bryant ex
plained the scope and purpose of the
organization, which is to be designat
ed as the Third District Federation
of Women's Club. The heads of the
various committees were named.
Chas. Sumner Smith made a brief
talk. The meetings in the future will
occur on the second and fourth Mon
days of every month.
District Judge O. B. Lewis today
refused to permit withdrawal of a
charge of first degree assault against
Martha Combs, when she appeared in
district court.
She is charged with shooting An
drew Combs with intent to kill him
March 22.
Mr. Combs was in court ready to
withdraw the complaint, asserting
shooting was accidental, but Judge
Lewis insisted on the case going to
trial and set April 11 as the date.
Tel. N. W. Dale 2487
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THE NOBTHWBSTEKN BULLETIN-APPEAL
Dr. Sumner Furnisa, well known
physician of Indianapolis and who at
tended the Shrlner Conclave in this
city a little over two years ago, has
been selected as a delegate-at-large
to the Republican convention to be
held at Cleveland, Ohio, in June,
1924.
Mrs. Evelyn Gillard has been quite
ill at her home in St. Paul Park suf
fering from la grippe.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Williams
have sold their home at 850 Cortland
street and moved to apartments over
his place of business at Kent and St.
Anthony avenue. This building is
also the property of Mr. Williams.
Mrs. Garnett Harris, 348 N. Dale
street, who has been very 111, is able
to be out again.
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Presents tba
KINGSTON GIRLS
M THEIR FOURTH
Semi-Annual Style Show
JIT THE
SOITH SIDE ADDITORIDM
MONDAY, APRIL 14
30 - MODELS - 30
More beautiful and gorgeous than ever. The most complete
show ever presented. Special soloist and act have been
secured for this event.
MOORE’S COHCEIT MRCE ORCHESTRA
STYLE REVUE AT 10 O’CLOCK SHARP
DANCING UNTIL LATE
MS SERVICE
ALWAYS A GOOD TIME WITH THE CLEF CLUB
GRAND EASTER BALL
GIVEN BY
AMES LONE IDS, I. D. P. 0. E. W.
AT THE
SOUTH SIDE AUDITORIUM
MOISAT EVEHIHC, APRIL 21,1124 1
MUSIC IT
Moore’s Tom Talk Orchestra
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS
Jas. Tooley, Wm. Humphrey, W. T. Dodson, F. G. Thomas,
Philip Durden, Jos. Leary, Wirth Jones.
Carl Cockrel* Floor Mgr. Clarence McCullough, Chairman
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GRAND EASTER
EHTERTAIHMEHT i BALL
The 17th Annual Affair
S- WILL BE HELD
5 Tuesday Eveniug Arcadia Dancing Palace
| APRIL 22, 1124 Stb SL Sentb Offosite Court House
Auspices of
■: Pride of Minnesota Lodge, No. 5
ICntgljta of Pgthiaa
; I The Special Feature of the Evening Will Be the “Mock Initia
'l tion of the Third Degree” in the K. of P.
!; Don’t Miss the “Laugh a Minute Fun Makers.”
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;j Twin City Comedy Four, Featuring Fred Madison,
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!■ Mary Edith James Select Reading
j! Mrs. lone Poore Popular Vocalist
|! Phil Burke, Famous Comedian, in a Sketch of
ji His Own
The Unique Syncopators
\\ Featuring Their Singing Drummer—George True
|! Tela Burt, Manager
<! Latest Modern Dance Music in Delightful Melodies
j; Admission 55c Taxis 1:30
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