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’ROUND THE “2” TOWNS
SAINT PAUL
Fezzan Temple No. 26 entertained
the members of Fezzanese Court No.
7 and their wives at a social session
held at Union Hall Thursday, April
10. Attorney Wm. R. Morris of Min
neapolis, past potentate, gave the
welcome address to all from Fezzan
Temple. Mr. John Hickman, Jr., pres
ent potentate, Introduced the speaker.
Music, dancing, cards, ribbon throw-
ing and balloons were the features of
the evening, after which a dainty re
past was served by the committee.
Miss Alice Melker, 455 St. Anthony
avenue, left last Thursday for Seattle,
Wash., to visit her sister, Mrs. R. Far
rell, who was a former resident of
this city.
Mr. and Mrs. James Milton, 526 W.
Central avenue, have purchased a
new Chevrolet sedan.
Mr. Roy Davis, 251 W. 7th street,
popular railroad man, was all smiles
last week when his wife presented
him with twins, a boy and a girl, on
Friday, April 18.
On Monday afternoon at the par
sonage of St. James’ A. M. E. church,
Rev. H. L. P. Jones united in holy
matrimony Miss Beatrice Davis and
Mr. John Robinson. The newly-weds
will reside at 255 Rondo street.
Messrs. Tabor and Green played at
the Hennepin Orpheum in Minneap
olis last week. Mr. Green was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson,
406 Farrington avenue.
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.
There will be a Matinee Card Par
ty Tuesday, April 29, at the Araer
can Legion headquarters, 355 Robert,
from 2tosP. M. Tickets 15c. Ways
and Means committee, Mrs. Rutli
Grice, Chairman.—Adv.
Stay off the date of April 30.—Adv.
The Baby Welfare Tea, which is to
be sponsored by The Everywoman
Progressive Council, co-operating
with the St. Paul Urban League, will
be held at the Hotel Howell Satur
day, May 10, from 2 to 5 P. M. The
Baby Welfare Association will con
duct a demonstration in the care of
children. The public is cordially in
voted.
Mrs. L. H. C. Withers of Galletin,
Tenn., who has been visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Wm. Martin, 755 Rondo
street, and other relatives for sev
eral months, left for her home last
Friday evening. Mrs. Withers stop
ped for a few days in Chicago, Indi
anapolis, Ind.; Louisville, Ky.;
Frankfort, Ky., and Nashville, Tenn.,
before returning home. While in the
city Mrs. Withers was the recipient of
many social courtesies.
Miss Leah Minor, 471 West Central
avenue, is visiting in Chicago, the
guest of Miss Tolitha Hawkins. She
will stay about three weeks.
A. Kahms' Mass in G, "Regina
Coeli,” by Von Hartman; "Praise Ye,
Hosanah," will be rendered at St.
Peter’s Claver Catholic church on
Easter Sunday. Solemn High Mass
at 8 A. M. Father Theobald will be
assisted by two priests. Miss Tillie
Becker at the organ, with string or
chestra.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Turner, 935 St.
Anthony avenue, are the proud pos
sessors of a new True Blue Six Oak
land touring car.
Mr. J. Q. Adams, Jr., of the Bulle
tin-Appeal staff, has been confined to
his home for the past two weeks,
troubled with his feet.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wills, 1004
Iglehart avenue, entertained Mr.
Robert Bagnall of New York City,
director of the branches for the N. A.
A. C. P. and Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Shackelford at an elaborate breakfast
on Monday morning.
The St. Paul District of the Minne
sota Federation of Colored Women’s
Clubs will meet at the Central Ave.
*'Y” Branch Monday, April 14, at
2:30 P. M. Heads of departments,
district chairmen, club presidents and
all federated women are requested to
be present.
Sunday, April 13th, is Palm Sun
•> day, and will be observed in all of
the churches, with appropriate serv
ices and special music.
The regular meeting of the Every
woman Progressive Council was held
at the home of Miss Muriel Alexan
der, 661 West Central avenue. May
or Nelson was present and spoke on
the work accomplished during his ad
ministration. The subject for the
evening was The Negro Press. Mr.
Charles Sumner Smith, editor of the
Minnesota Messenger, gave a general
resume of The Negro Newspaper.
Mrs. Aimee Hall and Mr. S. -Quay
Herndon represented the Bulletin-
Appeal press. Two excellent piano
selections were given by Miss Mari
anne Jeffry of Minneapolis. The next
meeting will be held Thursday eve-
ning at the home of the president,
Mrs. W- T. Francis. An inter-racial
conference will form the discussion
'for the evening.
MINNEAPOLIS
Mrs. Hazel Clark, 3553 Elliott ave
nue south, is visiting relatives in
Kansas City.
You can buy the Bulletin-Appeal in
Minneapolis at the Minneapolis office,
602 Lyndale avenue north; W. M.
Martin, Palace Barber Shop, 754 6th
avenue north, and Wm. Allen Gro
cery Store, 624 Lyndale avenue north.
Joe Scheftel’s Revue packed them
in at the Pantages this week.
Mrs. Qertrude Moore, 3741 Clinton
avenue south, won judgment against
one of the taxicab companies for in
juries sustained in 1922. Attorney
B. S. Smith represented Mrs. Moore.
The Easter Ball given by the Min
neapolis Elks was a huge success.
Tuesday evening the Pythians held
their Easter Ball at the Arcadia. The
many beautiful gowned women cre
ated a decided furore. It seemed as
if society with a capital S had full
control of the Arcadia.
J. S. Watkins of Oklahoma City,
Okla., was a visitor at the Minneap
olis office last week.
Mr. Acie Gwinn, 710 Humboldt
avenue north, is in Rochester under
the care of specialists.
Miss Hallie Batrum, 733 Sixth ave
nue north, is suffering from a broken
leg caused by a fall from a chair
Tuesday evening. Her many friends
wish her a speedy recovery.
One of the outstanding features of
the Pythian Ball was the dance num
ber put on by little Miss Pearl Will
iams. The audience was captivated
by this youthful danseuse, who made
her first appearance Tuesday night.
Her steps were perfectly timed to the
music. Her grace is becoming and
personality adds much to the little
lady. At the rate of her ability and
age she will likely be one of our fore
most dancers when maturity is
reached. Miss Williams is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams.
Rev. H. C. Boyd, pastor of St.
Peter’s A. M. E. church, visited his
daughter. Miss Marguerite Boyd, in
Chicago last week. Rev. Boyd was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Finlay Har
rison, 69 West Maple street.
Miss Vivian Crawford, 911 22nd
street east, entertained twenty friends
in honor of Mrs. Anzie Shoffner at
the hope of the latter Wednesday
evening. Dancing was the feature of
the party, after which an elegant
lunch was served.
It was inadvertently omitted last
week that Rev. H. C. Boyd, pastor of
St. Peter’s A. M. E. church, preached
the annual sermon for the Knights of
Pythias and Court of Calanthe on
Sunday evening, April 6.
Mrs. Gertrude Moore, 3741 Clinton
avenue, has returned home from an
extended visit in Hot Springs, Ark.,
where she enjoyed a much needed
rest at The Hotel Crittenden as the
guest of Mrs. Crittenden.
Mrs. Martha Brooks Turner, aged
69 years, and a resident of Omaha,
Neb., for 37 years, passed away last
week after a prolonged illness. She
was a charter member of Zion Bap
tist church and also belonged to sev
eral fraternal organizations. Mrs.
Turner is the mother of Mrs. John
Vinegar, a well known resident of
this city.
The Mary B. Talbert club is re
hearsing for a minstrel show to be
given in the near future.
Mr. Edward Brown of Fourth ave
nue south is a proud possessor of a
Dodge touring car.
CORRECTION
In our last week’s comment on the
Kingston Girls’ Style Itevue It was
stated that the sportvvear was fur
nished by Kennedy Sporting Goods
Co. The sportvvear was from Askin
* Marine, the Kennedy Store furnish-'
Ing the accessories (tennis racquets,
golf sticks, etc. .
Easter services in all of Minneap
olis churches were very beautiful and
impressive. All of the churches re
ported nice attendances.
Rev. H. C. Claybrook, pastor of
Wayman Mission, will leave next
week for the A. M. E. conference in
Louisville, Ky.
The Frederick Douglas club met
Friday, April 18, at the Neal Chapel.
The auditorium was discussed.
Mrs. Mayme Donovan, candidate
for the legislature, will spend next
week in Duluth, preparatory
to the opening of a strenuous cam
paign.
Mrs. W. Williams left Sunday for
a visit to Los Angeles, Cal.
Prof. William Wrice, who is teach
ing school in North Carolina, writes
that he enjoys the Bulletin-Appeal
and would not be without it. He will
return to Minneapolis in June.
CONFIRMATION SERVICES
AT ST. PHILLIP’S CHURCH
On Friday evening the Right Rev
erend Frank McElwain, Bishop of
Minnesota, visited St. Phillip’s Epis
copal church, corner of McKukin and
Aurora gvenue, and confirmed those
who were eligible to beoome members
of the church.
THE NOBTHWBBTKBN-BULLWIN APPEAL . §
Many Services
At Churches on
Easter Sunday
Easter services were fittingly ob
served in all of the churches on Sun
day with special musical programs.
At St. James’ A. M. E. church, cor
ner Fuller and Jay street, Mrs. Em
ma Archer had charge of the senior
choir. Mrs. Bertha King and Eidney
Williams were the accompanists.
The junior choir at Pilgrim Baptist
church, corner of Summit avenue and
Cedar street, was composed of forty
voices. These young people rendered
a beautiful musical program under
the direction of Mr. A. V. Hall.
At St. Phillip’s Episcopal church
Easter services lasted throughout the
day. Father A. H. Lealtad celebrated
Holy Communision at 6:30, Choral
Communion at 11, with Mrs. Blanche
Mason as the soloist. The children’s
services were held at 6:30 in the eve
ning. One of the largest attendances
in the history of the church taxed the
seating capacity. The decorations in
all of the churches were especially
beautiful with their altars banked
with palms, lilies and floral blossoms
of every description.
ADELPHAI CLUB FEATURE
MINNEAPOLIS TALENT
The Adelphai club met at the home
of Mrs. Henry High, on last Tuesday.
Mrs. Wm. Smith of Minneapolis, who
for the past two years has attended
one of the conservatories of music in
that city, and who has composed a
number of vocal selections, rendered
three groups of same, among them a
group of children’s songs. Mrs. Cur
ry, her accompanist, also rendered an
instrumental solo. Miss Eva B. Walk
er, elocutionist, gave several read
ings, which were greatly enjoyed by
all.
At the close of the meeting Mr. F.
D. McCracken gave an instructive
talk on the coming local campaign.
Delightful refreshments were served
by the hostess.
Mr. C. E. Shortridge of Emfley,
Ala., was in the city last week on
business. He was the guest of his
cousins, Mrs. Cecelia Worthington
and Miss Cynthia Hitt, 670 West Cen
tral avenue. Mr. Shortridge, who is
a prominent undertaker in Emfley
is the father of Mrs. Beatrice
Few, who formerly resided here.
Mrs. Albert Brooks, 720 St. An
thony avenue, was taken to the Miller
hospital Wednesday evening to sub
mit to an operation.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank the many friends
of the Twin Cities and Duluth for
their beautiful floral offerings given
during the illness and death of my
husband, Dr. Wm. Bloom, also Fath
er Theobald, Miss Jessie Oden and
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Travis for their
especial kindness in my bereavement.
Mrs. Ruth Vassar Bloom, Wife.
Dale 4037 Mrs. H. Spencer
See Miss lowa for Room and Board
Just Like Home
MISS IOWA TEA SARDES
567 W. Central Ave.
Special Sunday Dinners
Tel. Elkhurst 4750
Sheet Metal Work of Every
Description
HERTZ HEATING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Heating and Ventilating
617 University Ave. St. Paul, Minn
FOLLINOS AND OIBSOI
EXPRESSING AND MOVING
Prices Reasonable
All Work Guaranteed
Estimates Cheerfully Given
418 Rondo St. St. Paul, Minn.
2466—E1k.—1028
In sad and loving memory of
our beloved wife, daughter, sis
ter and aunt, Frances N. Allen,
who passed away one sad year
ago today, April 26, 1923.
The shock was great, the blow
severe;
We little thought the end so
near.
’TIs only those who in love can
tell
The pain of parting not
saying farewell.
Just one sad year ago today,
Some one we loved was called
away;
We shall never forget her, nor
do we intend,
We think for her daily and will
till the end.
Mr. O. H. Allen —husband.
Mrs. Charlotte Lewis —
mother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Milton,
sister.
Dr. C. L. Smith —nephew.
Mr. W. M. Smith—nephew.
MINNEAPOLIS ADVERTISERS
Band Will Parade on Streets of Twin Cities Monday
.. TWIN CITY M
MiSICIAI'S ASSOCIATION
SECOND ==========
Dancing Party
AT THE
SOUTH SIDE AUDITORIUM
APRIL SS
* ROUTE OF PARADE
James Ave. North to 7th Bt, Minneapolis, 10th Ave. So. to 7 Corners
12 o’clock 12:80 o’clock
Kent and University to Rondo, Rice, St, Paul, 1:15 o'clock
TO HELP BUY UNIFORMS FOR THE BAND
It’s Your Boys and It’s Going to Be Your Band
So Come Out and Help the Boys
Moore’s Concert Dance Orchestra
A Big Time for All Bus Service
DANCING LATE
ST. PAUL ADVERTISERS
CALL US UP WE DELIVER
Elkhurat 4229 Data 0966
EGBERT’S PHARMACY
DALE 0066 DALE AND UNIVERSITY ELK. 4220
High Grade Stronge John B. Stetson
... and No Name and
Clothing Garfield Vanity Hats
Shoes
Clothes made by the
House of Kuppenheimer
S4O to S6O
Clothcraft Clothing
S2O to $35
MANHATTAN SHIRTS—RAINCOATS
EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED
COURTESY—QUALITY—SATISFACTION
WEIL
433-435 WABASHA ST. ST. PAUL, MINN.
Clean Up thQti Light Up
Let us wire your home now. Fixtures that
Wt are different Save labor. Use electric ap
mf pllances in your spring house cleaning.
Thor Washers, Northwestern Vacuum
J| Cleaners and All Attachments.
U Hot Point and American Beauty
■ Electric Irons
| TWO PHONES
ft Forest 7463 Dale 1913
II Let us make an artistic reading or
—table lamp out of your old vases.
M SPECIAL VALUE
JjfßflH Hot Point Iron and Rigid Ironing
Board, Both at $9.15.
UNIVERSITY ELECTRIC CO.
439 University Ave. St. Paul, Minn.
NEGRO SPIRITUALS SUNG BY
ROLAND HAYES
(TENOR)
A native of Georgia, he attended Fisk University four years
before continuiag his musical education. As a soloist with the Bos
ton Symphony Orchestra, he won the eritlcs’ highest praise.
He recorded these four favorite Negro spirituals for the Vocall
an Red Records, recordings that show the beauty of Roland Hayes’
voice and the appeal of hia interpretations.
Go Down Moses Steal Away
(H. T. Burleigh) (Lawrence Brown)
By An’ By Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
(H. T. Burleigh) (H. T. Burleigh)
No. SlOOt 10-inch 91.00 No. 21008 lOrinch |I.OO
Leavitt Music Co., Hamm Bug.
MINNEAPOLIS ADVERTISERS
DRESS UP!
Use Your Credit
Bear in mind that you may choose your Clothes
here on the most liberal credit terms.
We ask no embarrassing questions, nor is there
any red tape to go through—just tell us to charge
your purchase. You pay us in convenient weekly
or monthly amounts.
* e>
If it is new and stylish you will find it here. Fresh
* shipments arrive daily from our New York head- *
quarters.
Askin & Marine Co.
328 Nicollet Ave. Second Floor Minneapolis, Minn.
Tel. South 7954 Established 1905
W. SQUIRE NEAL
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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EVER READY CAFE
610 Lyndale Ave. North, Minneapolis
Our Motto: Good Food, Quick Service, Reasonable Prices
Open All Night Cherry 1141
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CABARET AND DANCING
The Cafe
An American Cafe Serving American Dishes in an American Way
Open All Night
Fifth Ave. No. and Lyndale Minneapolis, Minn.
KNOWLEDGE IS I*OWER!
We Trarh By Mall. Bible Study.
Teacher Training, and Ministers’ Train
ing Conran, alao Dresa Making and
other Vocational stadles.
THE BETHEL TRAINING COLLEGE
Dept. C, 802 Oak I>ake Ave. N.
Minneapolis, Minn.
FOR GOOD HOME COOKING
Eat at
CLARK SISTERS
Home Restaurant
802 Sixth Ave. No.
Minneapolis.
M. ZASLAVSKY
Aacrruor to Wb». Allea
Groceries, Fruits, Vegetable* and Meat
1000 Sixth Ave. No. H j 1140
Mlaaes rolls
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We Give Prolt-sharlax Cash Register
Receipts.
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In Beautiful Homecraft
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Few furnish lots No. 6
WE'LL BUILD THE HOME
IKN WHY HOME IVIIDEt
510 KAHOTA BLDG.
Call at our office May 1, our
Second Annual opening, and re
ceive without charge one of our
beautiful souvenir home plan
booklets.
May 1,2, 3
SIO.OO IN GOLD WILL RE
GIVEN TO THE ONE RECEIV
ING THE LUCKY NUMBER
FOLDER. EMPLOYES IN
ELIGIBLE.
GENEVA 4484
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our sincere
thanks to our many friends for the
kindness and helpfulness during the
illness of our wife and mother for the
many expressions of sympathy and
beautiful floral offerings; especially
Ladles’ Aid Society of Pilgrim Bap
tist church, Corinthian Temple, Bld
dle Circle, G. A* R-; Household of
Ruth No. 653 and Rev. L. W. Harris,
pastor of Pilgrim Baptist church.
Mr. John T. Haskell, Husband.
Mrs. Amanda Bond, Daughter.
MRS. L B. SMITH’S
Hat Shap
533 Lyndale Ave.
FI rat-r la.. Millinery
at Heaoeaable Price.
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(KtS l.yndalr Avr. No.
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RICE COUNTY MILK
Rich and Pore
Delivered Fresh Dally by
Clifford Marity
RICE COUNTY MILK CO.
Minneapolis
85 So. 9th St., Geneva 8216
Hot Dog—Chile
CAMPBELL’S
Pool and Billiards
Soft Drinks, Candies, Cigars
•17 N. sth St. Minneapolis
Phone Main 8373
Main MSS
Mrs- M. L. Mitchell. Prop,
Furnished Booms
“THE KEYSTONE”
POCKET BTLIJABD PABLOS
1818 Washington Ave. 80.
SOFT DRINKS AND CHUBB
Ladles Invited Minnaapoßa
PERFECT CLEANSER
TOOTH PASTE CO.
DON McADAMS
109 25th St.
Agents Wanted
So. 8158
Hy. 1068
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SHOP AND BATH
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Under New Management
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HOME COOKING
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