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Saturday, June 1, 1946
THE CHRONICLE Page two HIGHLAND COURT PHARMACY N. Temkin, Registered Pharmacist 16!22 Main Street :: Hartford, Conn. TELS. 7-5795, 7-5679 AL'S FOOD MARKET 118 WOOSTER ST. Hartford, Conn. Tel. 7-5903 FREE DELIVERY ' For the Best in Fine Foods Come to Al's A Complete Selection of CHOICE MEATS FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES VIRGINIA MARKET Your Neighborhood Headquarters for Complete Table Service WEEK END SPECIALS Bacon, Ham, Smoked Shoulders, Pork Chops FREE DELIVERY 246 BELLEVUE ST., Corner Suffield St. , HARTFORD 5, CONN. A. WORTMAN & SONS, INC. For QUALITY MEATS, FRUITS and VEGETABLES Shop at Wortman's 1 Located at v l671 MAIN STREET, HARTFORD, CONN. Corner of Sernu St. . Tel. 2-8764 The Oldest Market On The Avenue ' WE DELIVER ape HARTFORD 2. CONN. Telephone 2-7171 . . . Out-of-Town Customers Call Enterprise 1000 Without Charge WfAl IT SHOWN . 'f1 '' H VOUI CASUAI MfSS YOUR FAVORITE CASUAL The Betty Blaine "Go-Everywhere" Dress s It's tailored to the simple lines so flattering to everyone, boasts a whirl-away stitched-pleat skirt and trim shirtwaist with a tow of triple buttons to th waist. ' Rayon 'Crepe in glowing pastels . ; . sizes 1? to 20, atid 162 to 24l2 - $8.30 Budget Dress Shop i - , Store Honrs: 9:30 a.m. to 5:50 p.m. .... Tuesday Through Saturday ItiUi iini The House of Dignified , Sympathetic Service "When twi - light drops its curtain down and pins it with a star. . . " THE L. B. BARNES FUNERAL HOMES, INC. Will sympathetically aerve you 2148 MAIN ST. Hartford 5, Conn. L. B. Barnes, Prop. Telephone 5-4068 Memorial Sunday The Hopewell BTU convened at the usual time Sunday, May 26, at 6:30 p.m., with the president, Mr. Samuel I. Thomas in charge. Mr. Biggins, Jr., of Loomis .St., was in charge of the day's discus sion. There were many interesting-views -brought out by those desiring to participate. The en joyable thing in the BTU is the f a1 frpp. atiH to arvealc his or lier j j -. own opinion on a subject. Miss Clara Pertiller, the newly elected chairman of the program committee, presented us" with a most desirable programme, well fitting for the evening. We are very glad to notice the interest of the older members of the church, as well as some of the younger ones in the KTU. The youth of the church was in charge of the whole days program, and we wish to extend to you a cordial invitation of welcome at any time seemingly fit for yr' presence in the BTU and the church in general. - The Hopewell Baptist Church, observed Memorial Sunday in memory of our departed loved ones. During this (past year many names have ibeen added to the list of those who have given their lives for the preservation of our ideals'. It is right that we should honor those who fought and gave their lives that the whole world might forever be free from the domina tion of tyranny and oppression in whatever form it may present it self. Right must be the principle of a world brotherhood. On Memorial Day. we honor the dead. Our minds are projected in to the mysterious1 future and we ask, "whither has the soul gone which has departed from the body, and what is the character of its existence?" Jesms, the Son of God gave the answer when He said, J-iet not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father's house are many mansions.',' Faith in God is the panacea for life's troubles. He also has given us the assurance of immortality. Jesus speaks about the future life. Death does not speak the last word. IFaith in Christ will conquer death. "Thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesrus Christ." (I Cor. 15:57) Rev. D. S. Craig, pastor. CHIJRCH NEWS HARTFORD CHURCHES INVITE YOU SAINT MONICA'S 31 Mather Street Rev. Alfred Lambert, Priest 9:30 aim. Church School 5 11:00 a.m. Morning service 6:00 p.m. Young people's service TALCOTT STREET CHURCH 96 Taloot Street Rev. James Wright, Pastor 11:00 a.m. Morning Service 12:30 p.m. Church School 6:30 p.m. Young People's Meeting ' A. M. E. ZION CHURCH 2084-Main Street Rev. A. P. Morris 9:30 a.m. Church School 10:45 a.m. Morning Service 7:45 a.m. Evening Service MT OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 12 Suffield Street Hartford 5.' Connecticut Rev. G. S. Clark Sunday School 9:45 a.m. BYFU 6 p.m. Evening service 8 p.m. Sermon by Rev. G. S. Clark. All are invited. E. AT.LEN CHAPEL A. M 2233 Main Street Rev. Charles Richardson, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning service 1:00 p.m. 'Sunday School 6:30 p.m.AHen League 7:45 p.m. Evening Service SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH 350 Albany Avenue Rev. R. A. Moody, Pastor 9:00 a.m. Church School 11:00 a.m. Morning service 6:30 p.m. Young People's Meeting 7:45 p.m. Evening Service UNION BAPTIST 1921 Main Street Rev. J. C. Jackson, Pastor 9:00 a.m. Church School 11:00 a.m. Morning Service 6:30 p.m. Young People's Meeting 7:45 p.m. Evening Service BETHEL AME CHURCH 218 Bellevue Street Rer. D. D. Davis, Pastor 10:30 a.m. Morning service 1:00 p.m. Sunday School 6:30 p.m. Allen League 7:45 p.m. Evening Service PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF CHRIST Bishop C. Allen, General Overseer TT ad Quarters 405 Bellevue Street," Hartford m Order of Services: ' Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. YPEB 6:30 p.m. Evening worship 8 p.m. BETHEL AME CHURCH 210 Bellevne Street Rev. D. D. Davis, Pastor Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Morning service 10:45 a.m. Allen League 6 p.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m. Buy Savings Bonds and Stamps MT. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. F. D. Oats Rev. Oats' morning message "The Call of the Lord," was de livered to a well filled church. All the combined choirs of the church furnished the music. Mr. Jn r:. vious and Mr. Lindsey Terrell were tuiorsTS accompanied by Mrs. Lil lian Jackson. Rev. Craie-. delivered the afternoon message "iu nis cnoir sang. The Kitchen Committee was in charge of the The collection being $192.00. The cummixtee will suspend their du ties for an indefinite length of time. Mr. and Mrs1. Shiwers of Bridgeport. Conn.. the morning service. They were AT-- . m me uesr- oi Mr. and Mrs. Walter T - jenKins. The Morning Star Quartet orougnt back "Precious Memor, ie3" when they rendered two of WELCOME BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. L. A. Jones, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning services 11 a.m. BYPU 6 p.m. EVu-PTiino' service 7:30 p.m. Rev. Arthur Jacobs will deliver a RPTTOOT1 Sunday at 3:30 p.m June 2, for the benefit of the Se nior Onoir. The Welcome Baptist Churcn mourns the loss of their most out standing member, the Rev. "R. T. Traver. There is no one leit in xne entire church who can compete with his efforts of the past.. their old favorites. The choir's annual Strawberry Festival will be held on the lawn of Mrs. Eva Troutman, 2 Pavilion Street on "Flag Day" June 14. A nice time is planned by all. Sunday marged the last day of service being held in the Mt. Cal vary Baptist on Charter Oak Ave., the church having been sold. The services will be held in the audi torium of the Arsenal School on Main St. Beginning Sunday, June 2, the evening services will be resumed. We are looking forward to having a large attendance. The campaign for the new church building began May 5, and will continue through June 27. To date $2000.00 have been raised. HEW HAVE!, CONNECTICUT By Harriet J. Davis Mrs. Ethel Lynch of Lafayette Street recently entertained in her home her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lynch, residents if Gotham. 'Mr. Lynch who is guitarist with the Herman Chittison Field Band, which fea tured on the Lanny Ross Show over Station WABC, was guest guitarist at the Sunday night Jam Session at Local 486. George Seeley, who was here visiting the Braziers and Tysons, was also among the guests as ten or saxophonist at the club on Thursday and Friday nights. In cidentally he has returned to Mon treal, Canada to be discharged from the Canadian Army and we sincerely hope that he will be back to jam with Arthur Belle, (Billy Browne, Eddie Thomas, Wesley Batts, "Micky" Radcliffe, Ray Tat ten and New Haven's new sensa tion on the electric guitar, Al Sim mons. Jimmy Castelle is now back in ELAINE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE 1 Scalp Specialists APEX SYSTEM EXCLUSIVELY The Service You Have Been Looking For Operators: Helen Brown, Sarah Gibson Elaine Brazier, Prop. Ill Dixwell Ave. Tel. 5-6034 New Haven, Conn. 1 NOTICE All photos printed in our Maga zine Section from April 20 through May 25 should have been accredited to James Lee, our pho tographer, and one of Hartford's best in the business. Call on Mr. Lee for any occa sion. Thank you. The CHRONICLE" only offers the best. CORRECTION The news article published last week on "Lewis vs Capitalism" should have been on the editorial page instead of as a news item. HOWELL'S TEA ROOM Specializing in FRIED CHICKENS, STEAKS and CHOPS Open from 11 A. M. to 2 A. M. 91 Webster St. New Haven, Conn. PHONE 7-5239 Matthew Howell, Prop. THE TIME IS HERE ' NO BETTER TIME THAN NOW TO JOIN THEN. A. A. C. P. ARSENAL PHARMACY . 1724 Main St, near Canton St TEL. 7-5441 5-0934 LOUIS KASIMER QUALITY SHOES for the ENTIRE FAMILY? Careful Fitting for 27 Years JUST ARRIVED IN ALL SIZES GOODRICH SNEAKERS 154 Dixwell Avenue New Haven, Conn. Fair - Banks Cleaners & Dyers FOR SEVENTEEN YEARS "THE AVENUE'S" LEADING TAILOR W. H. iBanks, Prop. Bus. Phone 5-5610 Res. Phone 6-3950 BUS. ADDRESS: 195 DIXWELL AVE. RES. ADDRESS: 321 DIXWELL AVE. New Haven, Conn. THE MARY LOU SHOPPE SPECIALISTS IN SOUTHERN COOKING One of the City's Better Dining Places Mr. & Mr. James Collina, Prop. 164 Dixwell Avenue New Haven, Conn. LILLIAN'S RESTAURANT AGAIN FEATURING BARBECUED MEATS Prompt Courteous Service LILLIAN LUMPKIN, Permittee 156 Dixwell Avenue New Haven, Conn. civvies ana we unaerawnu Green landed last week in New , York. Has arrival in New Haven is anticipated soon. Mrs. Mae T. Wilson, Mrs. Adele Minor, and Mrs. Augusta Bishop were recently in attendance at the Tre-Alpha Fashion Show m Hart ford, which was held in the North; End Community Center on 'Main; Street. The Immanuel Baptist Church; members' honored veterans, who have returned from the armed' forces at a reception Sunday, May 19, from 3 pan. ' until p.m. A. special tribute was paid to Gold Star Mothers and for the occasion: the American Legion Auxiliary" was dn attendance with - Captain Jack "Wells of the Yale Divinity- School as guest speaker. Millicent Reid is now home af ter finishing her studies at the Gakwood Academy in Huntsviller Alabama. Her mother, Mrs. Leno ra Reid of Winter Street attended the OTaduation exercises on Mon day, May 20, and was accompanied back to the city of Elms iby Millicent. The Buffet Tea which was helT in the spacious and beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lester of" Gregory Street on Sunday, Bay 19, for the benefit of the Grace New Haven Euildiner Fund, was- a great success. The committee for the tea included Mrs. Laura Belle McCoy, Mrs. Christine Murray and Mrs. Mattie Lester. The May Breakfast sponsored by the Leader Class- of the Com munity Baptist Church, which was held in the home of Mts. Alberta Dixon of Dixwell Avenue, was very successful. Mrs. Victoria Schaack, a native of Liberia, West Africa and Mrs. Florence H Mitchell new directress at the Dix well House were among the many present and a few encouraging re marks were given by both. Mrs. LilKan Williams of Web ster Street -had a few guests for her birthday on last Tuesday evening. The schoolmates met for their closing meeting for the season in the home of 'Mrs. Eva Treadway of Gregory .Street. The eneraeement of Tt. ita Hilton, daughter of Mr. and airs. Joseph Hilton of Munson St to Mr. Stanley (Robins, Mr. Alexander Robinson of Dix- weii Avenue wasr announced; re cently. . j: - tmties of the housing project, 1, c"uieu one or her groups in a play -entitled "fh. rvh.-.w Dixwell Avenue Community House plm Haven Market P. R. Lev, Prop.c 1 QKty Quick Frozen FooU 103 DIXWELL AVE. "' Phono 6-7927 VARICK CLEANERS A DYERS aaxs Cleaned arid Blocked We know how best to Clean, Press, i-'jre, jvepair 206 Dixwell Ave. Tel. 8-545 New Haven, Conn. 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