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NOVEMBER 23, 1946
The Hartford Chronicle Page Five: F.HDDLETOWN by Charles O. Garvin The Age Rally given by Mrs. A. Kinsey of the True Vine Fire Baptist Holiness Church of Portland, Conn, was very suc cessful. This rally was given last Sunday evening. William Coleman of Portland is ill in the Middlesex Hospital. Mr. Coleman was stricken ill with pneumonia last week. Mrs. Erisper Henry, mother of Fletcher Henry, is here visiting her son who is ill. Mrs. Henry is from Orlando, Florida. Rev. R. B. Hurt of the AME Zion Church of Bridgeport, Ct., will be guest speaker at Cross Street iME ZION Church Sun day, November 24 at 3 P.M. Rev. Hurt will be accompanied by his choir. This program will be under the auspices of the s Stewardess Board No. Two. Mrs. Beatrice Johnson of De troit, Michigan, is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Pinson of Meriden, Conn. Mrs. , Johnson also spent the past week-end with her cousin, Edward Jackson of Middletown. Robert Spence Makes The News Again Was Elected Speaker Of The House Middletown, Conn. Robert Spence, a 18 year old senior of "Woodrow "Wilson High School, won the state-wide election as Speaker of the House of Repre sentatives of the state of Conn., Monday, Nov. 11. The election was held at State Teachers Col lege, New Britain, by the Hi-Y club. Spence, who took over the government of Middletown May 13, 1946 for a day in a local High School election at Wood row Wilson,' will assume the duties as Speaker of the House December 6 and 7. This is an other example of what the youth of this country can do if given the chance. In this open competition the capable candi dates were the ones who won their election. It is an exempli fication of fair-play and good sportsmanship. In Middletown It's PELXON'S Expert Prescription Service 7 Registered Pharmacists 7 We Deliver Locally 24 Hour Service on MAIL Orders Hospital & Sick Room Supplies, Serums, Vaccines, Biologicals Pelton's Drug Stores MIDDLETOWN 108 Main St at William 1010-2857 180 E. Main St, at Silver 2540 Emergency Night Phone 3810 For Well-Groomed People It's, FERRY CLEANERS Leo J. Wallace, Prop. 66 Ferry St. Phone 1697 Middletown, Conn. ANSONIA NEWS by Ruth B. Smoot At the regular meeting of the Tri-County Ministers and Ministers Wives Alliance held Tuesday at the Eastern Taber nacle Baptist Church in Bridge port, Mrs. Mary E. Cousins was elected president of the Ministers Wives Alliance of Ansonia, succeeding Mrs. Lucy B. Farr who died last April. Rev. Julian A. Taylor is president of the Ministers. Following the meeting a very delicious dinner was served by ladies of the church with Rev. George C. Wainwright, pastor and his wife acting as host". The next meeting will be met with Rev. John B.. Farr in New Haven at which time the club will have their Christmas party. The annual meeting of the Ansonia branch of the NAACP will be held Monday evening, November 18, 1946, at the Macedonia Baptist Church. Regular Thanksgiving Day services will be held at the Macedonia Baptist Church, Thursday, November 28, 1946 at 11::00 A. .M. The Junior Missionary Soci ety of Clinton A.M.E.Z., Church will present a Talent Show, Thursday, November 21, 1946. The Young People's Chorus of Clinton AMEZ Church will present a musical December 1, 1946. Miss Ernestine Goodson and Mr. Conrad Tinney will be united in holy matrimony, No vember 23, 1946 at the Williams Temple Church of God. The ceremony will be per formed by the pastor, Elder Williams. A Pre-Holiday Dance will be giv nby "The Three Buddies" at Doric Hall, Friday, Novem ber 22, 1946. The music will be furnished by Ethel Moore and orchestra. Dancing is from 9 P.. M. until 2 A. M. The Frances Harper Club met at the home of the Misses Boone on Silver Hill, Friday November 81946. Refreshments were served af ter the meeting. ' The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Pearl Workman, 242 Derby Ave., Derby, Conn., at which time the club will have its Christmas party. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery from Boston, Mass., spent the week-end with Mr. Andrew Bacote, 20 Smith Street. Miss Jeanette Anderson will celebrate her birthday at Gibbs Place on Franklin Street, Sat urday, November 16, 1946. The Ramona Girls Club of Ansonia will - have a party, Thursday, November 21, 1946, at which time a double blanket will be raffled. The raffle will be held at the home of Mrs. Charlotte Johnson, 331-2 Wooster Street, Ansonia. NEWCOMERS TO TOWN Mr. and Mrs. Sipes of 41 Water Street are the proud parents .of a baby boy, born Tuesday, November 12, 1946. Mr. and Mrs. George Bailey of 41 Water Street are the proud parents of a baby . girl, born November 9, 1946. The EMMANUEL CHURCH of OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST 35 Union Square, Bdgpt., Conn. Elder L. J. Clifford, Pastor Services Tuesday evening 8 P.M. Friday evening 8 P.M. Sunday School 10 A.M. Sunday Services 11:30 A.M. and 8 P.M. Young People 6:30 P.M. All are welcome. HARLEM RECORD SHOP All the late hits and hard-to-get records. Cosmetics-ornamental jewel ry and colored papers and magazines. 9 Lexington Ave., Bdgpt., Ct. Phone 3-2904 R. P. Smith, Prop. Song books, Director's books for Choir and Gospel Choruses 25 cents Books for Poems, Welcome Ad dresses and Resolutions 50 cents Order your Gospel songs from MRS. EUNIE DAVIS 35 Orange St., Bridgeport, Ct. Phone 4-9586 Compliments of SHAINS CUT-RATE LIQUOR STORE Complete Line of Domestic and - i Imported Wines, Liquors and Beers 830 Main St Bridgeport, Conn. Telephone 3-1377 Free Delivery BRIDGEPORT NEWS Bridgeport is very pleased and proud of the fact that a local citizen has recently been awarded a movie contract.. The individual is Wyatt Clark, who was previously employed as a Brassco worker. Mr. Harold Dow was the first one to be attracted to the quali ty in Mr. Clark's voice and in sisted that he secure training that would polish the same off. As a result of his perserver ance Mr. Clark now finds him self singing the lead in a Cen tury production of Junction 88. Local admirers of Mr. Clark's fine voice are looking forward to the opportunity to see this picture and hear him in his first movie- production. BRISTOL NEWS by Arline Benford Miss Jewel Badger of 11 Ben ham Street entertained the members of the Young Matron Club at her home Wednesday evening, November 6. Zelma Hargrove of 595 Mid dle Street held first place in the selling of raffle tickets for the Dorie Miller Club. It seems as though anyone Zelma comes in contact with is equally as lucky. Bucky Grandy was the winner and he bought his ticket from Zelma. Miss Francis Cephas of 23 Dewey Avenue was hostess to a group of boys from Avon Con valescent Home. Co-hostesses were: Mrs. Stella North, Mrs. Carey Oliver, Miss Cauffa How ard, Miss Zelma Hargrove, Mrs. Dorothea Harris, Mrs.. Dorothy Green, and Miss Helene Har grove. Willie and "Deacon" North were added members of the party. Mr. J. D. Snowder, President of the Bristol Political Advance ment League, will be the guest speaker of the Dorie Miller Club Friday evening, November 15th at the home of our advisor, Mr. C. Smith, of Frederick Street. Miss Lorraine Benford of this city and Jane Collier of Ansonia were enthusiastic spectators at the Yale-Brown game. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith ' t " " " " VISIT "The Rose Room" Annex to 'The Little Apple" 99 BISHOP ST. Waterbury, Conn. Designed for Couples Full Liquor Priveleges Choice Foods " " " xw n n tw .o. LAURA'S DINING BOOM Hot Lunches for School Children 35c Fried Chicken Hot Dogs Hamburgers Steaks Chops Ice Cream Soda Pastry Laura Jenkins, Prop. 18 Canton St., Hartford, Conn. WATERBURY NEWS (Cont. from Page 4) and gratitude to those whom were constantly praying for their safe return home. The committee in charge of the pro gram are: Mr. Jack Bauknight, Mr. Libert Ward and Mr. Julius Beal. Grace Baptist P.T.A. Holiday Event, Nov. 28 The Parent Teacher group of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thom as Moore, Kinsbury St., last eve ning. Reports were read on the October inter-denominational program by Mrs. A. Nesbit Prince. Mrs. Charles Rice pre sided. "An evening of Thanksgiv ing" special program will be sponsored by the group Nov. 28 in the church. Mrs. Nancy Moore is , chairman, to be as sisted by Mrs. Dorothy Antrum. The group will meet next meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cooper, Hopkins St., Dee. 11. of 221 Frederick Street had as their holiday guest, Mr. and Mrs. L. Morris and granddaugh ter Leynette Juanita Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. C. Morris, all relatives of Mrs. Smith, from Boston, Mass. - Reverend French C. Flack an nounced the arrival of his wife and infant daughter Beverly Ann. Mrs. Flack will direct the Junior Choir fo the Church. The Stewardess Board of the A.M.E. Zion Church of Plain ville gave a church social at the Negro Political Advancement League's Clubhouse at 49 Bea con Street, Saturday, Nov. 9. The 46th meeting of the Dorie Miller Club was held November 7th at the home of Mr. C. Smith, advisor. The topie for discus sion was Juvenile Delinquency. Lloyd Hall is of the opinion that delinquency starts in the home, and that a well estab lished home never comes in con tact with delinquency, for the young people find other things to keep the minterested in. The discussion period for the next meeting will include Inter national affairs and current home front problems. Mr. J. D. Snowden will be the guest speaker. .VISIT REneharf s Drug Store Drags, Prescriptions, Sodas Sundaes, etc Yonr Store of Friendly and! Efficient Service 50 BISHOP ST. Waterbury, Conn.