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THE CHRONICLE Saturday, April 20, 1946 Patrick E. Toy Post Auxiliary The Post and Auxiliary are busy with plans for the pulblic installa tion on April 27, at the Shaw House at 8 p.m. The regular meeting was; held Sunday at 148 Camden St. The Auxiliary held their meeting on Wednesuay. Final arrangements for the Benefit Dance to be held on Apri' 25, at Butler Hall are being made by the commiuee on Thursday evening. All who haven't purchased their tickeis can do so from members of tne coniiniii.ee. j Music will be by Sandy and his Rhythm .Masters'. This is the big affair to raise money for their new Post quarters. The regular Saturday night sup- j Tiers continue to he a success. The supper was rooked and served by the committee headed by Presi dent Alice Jackson, Sister B'anels, C. L. Saunders, and Comrade Jer ry Wiison. Victory Girls By Pauline Wortham Shannetta Epps and her Rhythm Review recently highlighted the entertainment for the enlisted per sonnel of Fort Devens, at Service Club No. 2, of which Mrs. Lillian Gaskin is in charge. The Victory Girls were among those present, while Miss Gertrude Brown, a member of the Victory Girls Club, acted as mistress of cere monies. Several informal dances during the week with junior and senior hostesses from Worcester, and Boston were also held. Mrs. Ethel Tyler of Lincoln, Mass., and chairman of the Vic tory Girls Club and Mrs. Corelli, senior hostess of Worcester, acted as chaperones for each event. EASTER GREETINGS The Amician Club wishes cl! its patrons and friends a joyful and Happy Easter. Deltas Give Bridal Shower Members of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority gave a bridal show er for Evelyn Andrews at the home of Mildred Alexander Fri day evening. Soros1 present included: Marie Haggens, Vivian Pratt, Sarah Har dy, Barbara Clarke, Gladys Wood. M. Dorothy Jones, Evelyn Cardo za, Betty Price, Catherine McCree, Myrtis Freeman, Marie Thomas, Dorothy Newton, Eugenia Mann ing, Mildred Alexander, Frances Teixeira, and Harriette Wharton. Miss .Andrews will soon be the Ibride of William Scott of New York City. Whv '.ive and Let Your Hair Die? Lee's Hair Pomade for Dry Scalp and Falling Hair MRS. ESTELLE LEE CROSBY Scalp Specialist 11 Greenwich Pk.f Boston, Mass. Tel. Com. 8709 WI'STTAI, EASTER'S BEAUTY SHOP A W. Springfield St. Koatoa KHNmort 771 Easter Siore. Itos. Venetian vanity lounge Creators of individual Coiffures Matched Make-up Manicuring Complete Beautician Service Bettie V. Caldwell in charge MS COLUMBUS AVE. BOSTON Telephone KENmore 0460 m.mm. - v.aa. KBOT. 27 GENEVA'S F.AUTY SALON uftatlo - Coortcry 8rr1e--WMONT ST. BOSTON TO SAY THIS Dear Abee Here we' are on our second trip South. As we entered the state of Alabama this time, we were" thrilled as before by the profu sion of dog wood in blossom ev erywhere, on road bank an'' the woods. At Miles College, Bir mingham, roses- and bridal wreat made decoration. It was no warm er there however, than the spring chill we had left in Boston. With lime limited, we went on to At- !anta where the rain pelted all' inioiigii our day there. However, j .Mr. James of Ashby Street, S. W.. i placed his' car at our disposal anii ' we covered so much in one day ' t huf H'O nroro tvi net tvr-n - n l lie drove us to that part of th' city which the story, "Gone With The Wind" made famous. The old mansion on Pdachtree Stree. where the winding staircase the girl falls down is shown, once stood there and has only been of the old mansions of slavery days and which escaped the fire on the "March Through Georgia" are still sitting back in the yard with old shade trees and vines'. I: is ouiie a stately scene with the stone fronts and those with white pillars. Going into the colored business section, we were shown through the well established Negro bank with a most interesting history of its founder the senior Mr. Hern don, who passed it on to his son at his death. The Atlanta Insurance Company. expanding its quarters and tells of assets totalling mre than a j The guest speaker will be Attor million which means quite a year , ney Louis Nathanson of Pnvhnrv of exchange and business deals to a group so lately entering the world of big business as we. t i r i i - Our visit to the plant of the At lanta Daily World news-paper was thrilling. We were shown through by Mr. Scott's sister of the ac counting department. Mr. Scott, the owner, is a young man and with the aid of his family includ ing the very alert business1 wo man, his mother, is managing most successfully this pioneer en terprise. The plant is large and equipped with modern machinery and with,' reporters' and working staff, is truly a place where things are humming. We had a brief call on the G. Chandler family. Mr. Chandler is on the staff at More house College, and even though it was threatening- rain we caught part of the Founder's Day exer cises at Spelman College. We were much impressed with our day in Atlanta and train time came too soon. Regards to all. E. T. W. BIG OVATION GIVEN CAROL BRICE The audience warmly greeted the voice of Carol Brice, disting uished contralto concert artist, Sunday. This was in Jordan Hall. She was presented by the Women's Service Club. Miss Brice .sings with assur ance. Her voice at present has perfect tone quality in the lower and middle range. The program in cluded Italian, German, French, and English songs, also a group of spirituals'. Her brother, Jonathan Brice, was accompanist. WAR Engagement Mrs. Natalie Quinton of Wor cester wishes to announce the en gagement of her daughter, Mir iam R. Harris to Richard ' B. Caines of Everett, Mass. No date has been set for the wedding. Amy's Beauty Shoppe 782C TREMONT ST., BOSTON COM. 5628 Service That Satisfies AMY BLAKE LAWRENCE Prop. 534'21fe;3a!SK5aSiJ'aJai53K STERLING QUALITY MEAT. 2065 Washington St. Tel. HIG. rei.: tiiixiuands iibi STYLISH DRESSMAKING and ALTERATIONS of SUITS, DRESSES, and COATS by MRS. EDNA MORGAN Imwmt- mwmmmmw'mmimm' j vt-o v. -1 - , SmeMqasBsmMISSS MR. AND MRS. HENRY B. WARD who were married last Saturday at the home of the bride in Cambridge Mrs. Ward is the former Geneva R. Milton of Cambridge and Mr. Ward hails from Providence, R. I., and is also a graduate of Morehouse College. CITY NEWS l The public is invjted to attend the monthly meeting of the House Wives League Monday "at 8 p.m. at 558 Mass. Avenue, Boston. Round table discussion on health. Mrs,, Ann Jackson, R." N., Chair man. Various doctors will partici pate. The Liberia College Club of America will hold its regular cof fee hour at the International In stitute. 190 Beacon 'St.. Boston on Sunday, April 28, at 7:30 p.m. who will speak on "The Negro - - j t Group in the Current Political a. . . . bituation." Yvonne Husbands, tal ented young pianist, will also be presented on the program. The annual spring sale of the Pilgrim's Progress Club will be held on April 24 and 25, at Eb enezer Baptist Church. On Wed nesday evening a program will be presented by the members of the Junior Department on Thursday evening a pageant "The Banner of Faith", will be presented by the adults, . The Pansy Embroidery Club met Friday at the home of Mrs. Hattie Grievous, Mrs1. Nora V. Sewell, presiding. Delegates were elected for the State Convention; they were Msdames Rosalie Smith and Florence Ballard; plans were also made for a Mother's Day pro gram to be presented at .the next meeting which will be held at the home of Mrs. Lee G. Hill, 39 Hub bard Avenue, Cambridge. Mrs1. Ellswer Davis (nee Walk er) and her two daughters will arrive in Boston on Thursday to spend Easter with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Atherley, at 29 Mont rose Street., Roxbury. Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Winbush of Dale Street, Roxbury are cele brating their twenty-third wedding anniversary this month. The public is invited to help the Junior Matrons swell their Char ity Fund by attending their Food Sale April 27 at 4 p.m., at the home of Dr. Jessie Garnett. 80 Munroe .Street, Roxbury. Busy Housewives and Career Girls can get their Saturday night dinners and their 'Sunday desserts at this affair. Miss Sadie Webb will have as her guests at luncheon the officers of the Colored Women's Bowling League. Mrs. Ann 'Ford of 76 Thornton Street entertained the following guests on last Sunday at the birth day narty: Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Husbands ! Wives ! Want new Pep and Vim? Thousands ol couples are weak, worn-out. ex hausted solely because body lacks Iron. I-or new vim. viitility, try Ostrex Tonic Tablets. Contains Iron you. too. may need for- pen: Mso supplies: viiiiinin Hi. Low cost! Introductory size villi 35c. I, l-i.r sale at alt dnuc stores everywhere. MARKET SPECIALTIES Cor. Sterling St. 3562 ma E Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fine barger, Mrs. Minnie Charles, Miss Rosa Smith, Mrs. C. Hunter, Mr. James E. Prout, Mr. Robert H. Ford. All enjoyed the afternoon and wished Mrs. Ford many more happy years. A dinner birthday party cele bration was recently given in hon or of Nelson Fuller, well known as "Phelps" of the Norfolk Tail ors, by his wife Lucille Fuller. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hurd, Mr. Wiley Thomas and his- fiance, Dorothea Elliott Campbell and Sandra Lucille Ful ler, 4 months old daughter of the couple. IN MEMORIAM 1945 ' 1946 In loving memory of our mother MRS. NETTIE ST. TENNEY who departed this life April 17, 1945 What is home without a mother Never, never more the same How we love to call her name Though you're in God's Heaven, mother, There's no name as sweet as mother Still our hearts are filled with pain For we'll never find another Like you in this world again. KNIGHT DRUG STORE Prescription Druggists 1819 WASHINGTON ST. Come to Knight's and be Right In Style Our Specialty .. GENUINE HUMAN HAIR IN ALL STYLES Straightening Combs Electric Curlers Marcel Irons Terrific Variety of All Pomades We are here not only to Serve, but to Please FERDINAND'S THE FRIENDLY FURNITURE STORE 2260 WASHINGTON ST. DfWDI IDV Dudley St. RE-UPHOLSTERING WE WILL MAKE YOUR OLD LIVING ROOM SUITE LOOK BRAND NEW AGAIN IN TIME FOR EASTER FURNITURE CUSTOM MADE Direct From Factory Use This Certificate WESTERN UPHOLSTERING CO. 173 Warren Street Without obligation, please have your decorator call with samples of fabrics and complete information about .up holstering. Name Street City Everett School On WMEX The Everett School nresented a program on Station WMEX at Wednesday. The tribute entitled "Massachusetts Was Not Alone," was written and directed by Alice F. Rosenthal. vice-DrinciDal. Taking part in the performance bv Etheldria Smith, noted young were: Shirley Hughes, the voice artist of Detroit, Mich., and Har of Massachusetts; Arlene Monthe- riet Perry, talented young artist ro, the voice of Virginia; Myrtle.'0! tne international (Jollege. Vic Tucker, the voice of America. The Everett Chorus included: Helena Allison, Marceline Celis, Cornelia French, Betty Jones', Do lores Kelley, Eileen Mclntyre, Ev elyn Ryner, Rubena Ryner, Dor othy Shippey, Gloria Williams, Lois Wright. Housing Course At Adams School "Is There a Conflict Between Private and Public Housing?" will be discussed by Philip Nichols Tuesday evening at 6:30 in the course in Housing being currently given at the Samuel Adams School. Mr. Nichols is chairman of the Massachusetts E'oard of Housing. Single admissions may be purchased at the door to this and other lectures in the course, which will feature other housing problem specialists such as Cath erine Rauer of Harvard, author of "Modern Housing," Walter Tre- vett and Harry Sturges of the Fp eral Housing Authority, and Jo seph Bachellor, Jr., of the Suffolk Savings Bank. HOUSEHOLD A most delicious and nourish ing supper dish is' a combination of macaroni and fish. E'oil macaroni in salted water till done and strain. Make the reg ular cream sauce of tablespoon of flour mixed with tablespoon of butter or margarine to one cup of scalded milk cooked in double boiler till thick. Fill large baking dish with al ternate layers of cooked fish cod, haddock, or halibut, with layers of macaroni and grated cheese 'and pour over the sauce. Top with grated cheese and bake. Serve with hot Worcestershire sauce. A thick spread of whipped sour cream on i the browned top gives a surprising snap to it. Very easy to make. Station $ To You CALL US NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTATIONS Mattresses Made To Order Or Repaired Opera's Who's Who Wednesday evening, May 15, at 8:15 o'clock, in the New England Mutual Ball, the eleventh grand opera will be given by William 1 noaes upera bociety. Inis1 sea son the greatest America grand opera "Sbanewis," will be given by a large cast of fifty-five. The ballet dancing will be done tor Mascoll, Boston's1 most out standing colored dramatic tenor, will sing the role of Lionel Rhodes, a wealthy young architect, Amy's fiancee. James " Drown, widely known baritone, will sing the role of Philip Harjo, a young Indian, foster brother of Shanewis. Other prominent members of the opera will be announced in the next edi tion of the CHRONICLE. Mass. State Union The Massachusetts State Union of Women's Clubs will hold its annual meeting Ftiday, April 26. at the Fourth Methodist Church. Club women from all over the state will convene in morning and afternoon session, with Mrs. Nan Trapp, President, and Mrs. Ger trude Chandler, Chairman of the Executive Board, presiding. Other State Officers include Mrs. Fodo ra Taylor, recording secretary, Miss- Ethel Lane, corresponding secretary, and Miss .Satyra Ben nett, financial secretary. Mrs Nel lie Smith is treasurer. There will be good music and I speakers. The public is invited. 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Highlands 861 J OPEN EVENINGS UPHOLSTERING OVER 50 COVERS TO CHOOSE FROM Frames Rejflued. Redowled - AH Furniture completely stripped down to frame before upholstering. SPECIAL THIS MONTH Ottoman Given With Eacli Living Room Set Upholstered BUDGET PLAN WESTERN UPHOLSTERING CO. 40 Years Experience 173 Warren St. Roxbury HIG. 6990 On YWCA Staff Mrs. Matthew W. Bullock, Jr.,. of 101 Monroe St., Roxbury, is the newest member of the Volunteer Committee of the E'oston YWCA, 140 Clarendon St. Mrs. Bullock, formerly secretary in the Publicity Department of the YW, will spe cialize in contact work among the Hub's colored residents, enlisting other volunteers, and aiding groups to make greater use of YW facil ities, for sports, crafts, drama,, etc. "The YWCA is anxious" saysr Mrs. Bullock, "to bring its prac tice in line with its policy not only no segregation, but real en couragement to Negroes to join in :ill activities. Volunteers at the "Y", she adds1, "have a major hand in shaping program and policy." Miss Elizabeth Leavens, Director of Volunteers, urges women to call her at Ken 7940 if they have time to help with any work, from clerical, to hostessing for teen age clubs, work-shops, and dances. COMPLETES PRACTICE WORK Miss Catherine C. McCree, daugh ter of Mrs. Lulu H. McCree, 26 Wabon Street, Roxbury has just completed two weeks of practice work in the library of the New England Conservatory of Music,, to which she was assigned by the school of library science at Sim mons College. Miss McCree is a graduate of Fisk University. Practice work is part of the professional training given to students in the school of library science at Simmons. Buy Savings Bond TOWNE SHOPPE. 201 MASS. AVE. (Next to Loew State TheatreP Women! Women! Have You Visited our New Store COMPLETE EASTER OUTFITS Open Every Evening' Tel. COM. 9472 Martha's Beauty Bar -BEAUTY CULTURE IN ALL BRANCHES MARTHA TERRY MRS. 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