Saturday, October 12; 1946
By A. De Rivian
Hello! Hartford is on the map,
we have doings in our town. Last
Saturday bight our popular junior
matrons group, the Wahines Club
held their regular bridge session
at the residence of Mrs. Anne M
Weaver of Bedford Street.
Members of . this popular group
are Mesdames Anne Weaver, Al
Ibert P. James, William DeLoach,
Arthur L. Harris, George Clinton,
Callie Powers, J. E. Dixon, Thorn
as Borders, John D. Marshall, Ca
rey Wimbish, Jarvis Arms, Paul
Mikell and Misrs Mary F. Eaves.
Mrs. J. D. Marshall and Mrs. J.
E. Dixon won first and second
The Wahines are planning a par
ty in honor of their respective hus
bands and friend in DeVember
Much is expected of these ambiti
ous young ladies both in the civic
and social life of the city.
Our popular Nutmeg Tennis
Club as usual is holding its own.
This" club bears watching as they
are striving to attain an outstand
ing place in our community.
Give them your support. Remem
ber their formal ? It really was
Did you know that J. D. Marsh
all, Albert P. James, and John
Stewart attended the Yale-Colgate
game? P. S. Good tires get you
there faster, Johnnie.
Speaking of football, Levi Jack
son is really drawing some new
fans from out various groups in
New England. Seen as they
watched Levi romp against the
Kings Point team in the season's
opener were Mr. and Mrsr. Edward
Goins of New Haven, the J. D.
Marshalls, Albert Jiames, Morris
Brandrums, and George Goodman
our new managing editor. Indden-
tally, for the women attending,
grey and blue were the outstand
ing color schemes.
Mrs. Albert P. James, wife of
the popular photographer, looked
very stunning in a blue wool suit
with grey accessories. Mrs. Morris
Brand rum was smartly attired in
grey and red.
Seen about town: Gloria Trues
dale from Richmond, Va. Gloria is
connected with the Hartford Tu
berculosis and Public Health So
ciety as- a health consultant. Ersa
Hines, popular public health work
er from Paducah, Kentucky, and
also connected' with the same
group is also going places. You
know Miss Hines was our first
paid worker with the society
Out educational department
George Thomas has since his re
cent marriage departed for Har
vard University graduate school,
ditto Bose Barlow who will attend
Harvard Law (School. Arthur John
son chose to stay at home and at
tend University of Connecticut
Church Notes': The (Missionary
Society held a very interesting
iprogram last Sunday at the AME
Zion Church. Mrs. Edyth DeLoach
was the chairman of the affair.
The society is composed of a num
ber of our popular young matrons
and are to be congratulated upon
the success of their programs'.
Talcott St. Congregational
Church will hold its annual Men's
Day service Sunday, October 13.
The Rev. Dr. Evans of the Hart-
ALGETHEA JAMES, Editor
Doings Of The
By Barbara J. Murray
Coed Nights' proceeded1 as ,usual
on October 4. The usual fun of
dancing, paying ping-fpong -and
pool was enjoyed by all.
There was one new addition to
Coed Nights. There is a lounge
with reading material and check
ers. It really fits the taste of the
On October 18, there will be a
"Battle of the Sexes." This will Ibe
sort of a continuation of a (previ
ous discussion. The girls, and fel
lows will exchange their ideas of
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Misrs Ersa E. Hines, Health Edu
cation Secretary at the Hartford
Tuberculosis and Public Health So
ciety, stepped from her role as
Health Educator to that of a Com
munity Organization and Public
Relations Consultant when she lec
tured to the Hartford County YW-
CA "Y-teen" leaders at a 2-day
meeting1 at Camp Aya-Po (on last
Saturday and Sunday. The Y-teen
group was formerly called the Girl
Reserves' of the YWCA.
The sessions conducted by Miss
Hines dealt with the problems of
interpreting the program of the
"Y-teen" group to the community.
As one way of interpreting the ac
tivities of any organization, it was
pointed out by Miss Hines the
values of g'ood" press and radio re
lations, uriei instructions were
given in news and radio i script
ford Council of Churches will be
the guest speaker. Mr. Jarvis" H.
Arms, trustee, will fee in charge of
the services. Do come out and sup
port your church.
Congrats to Mr. and Mrs. Lu
ther Majors you know they were
married recently at the Windsor
Avenue Congregational Church in
a very impressive candlelight ser
vice. Red and' white were Mrs. iMa
jors, color schemes. The happy
couple , have been honeymooning in
Northern New England.
Inf anticipating: Won't be long
now (before that charming Mrs.
Howard Kirkley presents like
wise Mrs. Louis Taylor will try to
break that three girl tie and make
it a boy. Louie says' another girl
will be OK as he is, striving to
outdo Eddie Cantor: ditto Mrs.
Thomas Borders and Mrs. Alvin
fjy if ff
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PROVIDENCE R. I. Special
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Diggs of
Knight St., had as their house
guests recently, Mr. and Mrs. Al
vin Childress of New York, mem
bers of the "Anna Lucasta" cast,
which played in Providence this
'Following the performance on
iMoncay evening, the Diggs and
members' of their family enter
tained! informally for several of
the out of town thesipians, includ
ing Rulby Dee, who played the ti
tle role in "Anna Lucasta". (inci
dentally, Mrs. Dee and the Child
resses are close friends of Mrs.
Diggs daughter, ' Mrs. Theodore
(Chickie Addison) Evans, of New
York; also Warren Coleman, the
show's leading man, and his broth
er, Ralf Coleman, well known ia
dramatic circles in Boston and
Providence for his work with the.
While visiting in New York Mrsv
Diggs was royally entertained by
the Dees and the Childresses, and
it was pleasant to reciprocate.
K . E.
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MISS MARY HANSLEY, daughter of Mrs. Janie Hansley, and Perci-v-1
Royes who were married Monday, Septembejr 30, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Matthews of Mathjer St., cousins of the bride.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. D. S. Craig, pastor of Hopewell
Return to their Old Stamping Grounds
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PROVIDENCE R. I. Special
The Rhode Island Hospital has
awarded a certificate for meritori
ous volunteer service to the Mary
Jane Glascoe Club. The memlbers
of the club have donated many
hours of serving for . the various
departments of the hospital.
Thiaf marks the teecond; time this
year that this local club of ladies
has been so honored. The Mary
Jane Glascoe Club was the recipi
ent of an award of merit from the
USO Knight St., for its gift of a
clock ani for many hours of ser
vice of a large percentage of its
MISS EARLENE GREGG has returned to operate
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By Barbara D. Worthington.
That one of Hartford's greater
socialities was recently reminded
of her previous toe-dancing career.
Who knows, she may continue it.
That one of our popular young IT
rirla Yintf Vipati f .Kir . "nno wVv 11
knows" "Marriage is a wonderful
life!" Let's see if there will be
wedding bells soon. Never can tell.
That the DUKES should get on
the ball. Let's have a little . co
operation, fellows. Shame on you!
That Mr. George Goodman was
heartily welcomed to his new po--
sition as editor-in-chief of the
That our young people are now
spending quite a bit of time at
That there has been rumors
around the town that Jimmy Pol
ard will soon be taking a journey
to the altar. Let's hope it is true.
That we are soon to lose two
more of our fellows' to the U. S.
Marines.' Who started this "Ma
That the "Green Hornet" has
been seen cruising around town
lately. Have you seen it ?
That those who attend the "Co
ed Nights" at the North End Com
munity Center, have been having
fine times lately. Let's go up and
find out about it.
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Miss Heulah James of New York
City was the week-end1 guest of
Miss Erma Welles of Bellevue iSq.
While here, she visited Tuesday
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Shorthand, October 22
Business English, October 23
Dressmaking, October 22
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PROVIDENCE R. I. Special
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26, at the Providence Lying-in
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