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The Hartford Chronicle
FEBRUARY 15, 1947
HARTFORD SOCIAL NEWS
OLIVIA SHELTON, Editor
TOLBERT REEVES NUPTIALS
Page Six
Alphas Reorganize
The Beta Sigma Lambda
Chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha
Fraternity, Inc., met recently
at the office of Dr. Joseph Bul
lock and reorganized.
. The following officers were
elected: Dr. Joseph Bullock,
President'; Clarence B. Shelton,
Vice-President; George David,
Recording and Corresponding
Secretary; Dr. Willard M. Cole
man, Financial Secretary; F. T.
Simpson, Sgt.-at-Arms ; Treas
urer, Rev. J. A. Wright; Chap
lain, Rey. John Miller; Editor-in-Chief
of the Sphinx Maga
zjne, William D. Graham.
On Thursday evening, Feb
ruary the 6th, the Alphas were
royally entertained at the beau
tiful home of Dr. and Mrs. Wil
lard M. Coleman at 82 Brighton
Street, New Britain, Conn.
Prior to .the business session
a delicious venison dinner was
served, honoring Brother N. P.
Dotson who will soon be leaving
to accept a position in Seattle,
Washington. v
' Beta Sigma Lambda has out
lined an extensive and interest
ing program which promises to
be a great asset to the com
munity. Roster of Alpha members:
Dr. Joseph Bullock, C. B. Shel
ton, Frank T. Simpson, William
D.' Graham, Dr. W. M. Coleman,
Rev. John Miller, Andrew Har
ris, Napolean Dotson, William
Jones, William Johnson, Rev.
J. A. Wright, John Newman
and George David.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Curtiss
of New York spent the past
week in the city as the house
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Shelton at 154 Enfield Street.
The Curtiss' were married in
New York Sunday, February
1 the second at three o 'clock.
Calling All Delta's
If you are a Delta, or a col
ege student or graduate and
would like to become a Delta,
please contact Mrs. C. B. Shel
ton i at 154 ' Enfield Street or
call 6-9010 and ask for Mrs
Shelton. i.
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"Left to right: Mr. Samuel Carr, Miss Doris Williams, Mr. Edward Strong, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reaves, Mr. Leonard Nel
son, Mrs. Ethel Reaves, Mr. Joseph Reaves, Miss Gertrude Reaves, and Mr. Norman Strong.
Miss Ollie Mae Tolbert, daughter of Mrs. Arie Tolbert of 4 Martin Street, and Mr. Albert Reaves, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thad
Reaves of 72 Bellevue Square, were married December 29, at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Rev. G. S. Clark performed the cere
mony. A reception was held for the bride and groom at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V.Standard of 53 Russell Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Reaves will reside at 4 Martin Street. '
on Mahl Avenue. The date is
Friday, February the twenty-first.
Notice!! Notice!!
We gladly publish all club,
church, personal or social items
free of charge. Address your
items to the Women's Page,
Hartford Chronicle, 1702 Main
St. Please get your news in
by Friday of each week to in
sure publication.
Miss Earlene Gregg, popular
Beautician and proprietor of
Earlene 's Beauty Salon, and
Faith Hair Pomade Laborato
ries, received a certificate of
acceptance from the state of
Connecticut last week. The
new product has really caught
the public's fancy and Miss
Gregg is being kept very busy
fillinsr orders.
Women's Club
Hears Miss Mixter
The Mother's and"Home Mak
er's Club met Friday evening,
February the seventh, at the
Women's League on Avon St.
The special feature of the eve
ning was a short movie called
"Tricks and Treats" shown by
Miss Arra Mixter of the Hart
ford Gas Company. Miss Mix
ter brought prepared samples
'of the various dishes shown in
the movie. These dishes along
with the coffee prepared by the
refreshment committee served
as a delicious repast.
Leaflets with helpful .home
making hints were distributed.
Miss Eugene Shaw, chairman
of the program committee, made
her report. The president, Mrs.
Marshall Wood, presided.
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. Julia Grant
CELEBRATES FIRST
ANNIVERSARY
On Monday evening, Feb
ruary the third, Mr; and Mrs.
George Watson celebrated their
first wedding anniversary with
a delightful party at their home
as 6 Pavilion Street.
The home was beautifully
decorated with fresh cut roses
and other flowers. The rump
us room '(which was used for
music and dancing) was deco
rated with crepe paper of vari
ous hues.
The one hundred and fifty
guests present enjoyed the ham,
chiclen salad, chitterlings, rolls,
potato chips, peanuts, ice cream,
cake and drinks.
INSTALLATION SERVICE
SORORITY SPONSORS
On Sunday afternoon at Shi
loh Baptist Church, Delta Gam
ma Theta Sorority, sponsored a
joint installation service. Par
ticipatinng clubs, fraternities
and sorities were the Carpe
Diem Fraternity , Phi Epsilon
Sorority, the Cosmopolitan Ee
guires, Dallas and Kips clubs.
Mrs. Eugene D.J. Shaw was the
principal speaker, her ' subject
being: The value of co-opera-tionamong
the various clubs.
For the musical portion of thej
program Miss Lorraine Duncan
played a piano solo "Clair De
Lune", Mrs.Agnes Smith of
Springfield, Mass., sang "A City
Called Heaven , and Mr. Ri
chard Walker sang "Swing
Low Sweet Chariot ".
Dr. Robert H. Alexander will
be guest speaker at the Inde
pendent Methodist Episcopal
Church, 210 Bellevue Street,
Sunday, February 16, at 11:00
A.M.
BRIEF BIO GRAPHICAL
STATEMENT ON
REV. H. ALEXANDER
Robert H. Alexander, a native
f Mitchell County, Georgia, ob
tained his early training in the
public schools of that county.
He secured his college training
from Morris Brown College, At
lanta, Ga., graduating from that
institution in 1941. He is al
so a graduate of Turner Theo
logical Seminary, Atlanta, hold
ing the B. D. degree from that
school.
Rev. Alexander pastored at
churches in his home county
before going to Morris Brown,
and also pastored for seven
years the Rock Temple AME
Church, Conyers, Georgia. Rev.
Alexander served for four years
as a chaplain with the Army of
the United States. In recogni
iton of the,type of service which
he was trying to render to our
troops in his theater, he was
promoted to the rank of major,
and made liason Chaplain for
all the Negro Anti-Aircraft
units in the Southwest Pacific
Theater,
Rev. Alexander is at present
studying at the Boston Univer
sity School of Theology, where
he is in candidacy for the de
gree of Master of Sacred Theology.
Acknowledgement i
The family of the late Mr.
Thomas Brown of 50 Kennedy
Street wishes to express their
appreciation and thanks to. all'
those who were so kind to them
during their recent bereavement.
P i
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FEBRUARY 14
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