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SOCIETY AND WOM AN’S PAGE CLUB NEWS
HOME OP MRS. GEORGE T.EF., OF
MARSTON AVENUE, THE SCENE
OP BRILLIANT RECEPTION
Friday aighl, Oct. 25. the spa
cious home of Mr. and Mrs. George
961 Marston avenue, was the
scene of one of th«j season’s bril
liant social affairs, the occasion
being a reception honoring the
former Miss Florence Ecton and
Walter Williams, who were re
cently married. Roth young peo
ple are weil known in local social
and relgious circles.
The home was beautifully deco
rated with red and white roses
and chrysanthemums. In the re
ceiving line with Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liams. stood Mrs. Hallie Catlett,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Frits, Miss Wil
lie E. Riley, and Mrs. Lillie Yar
The gifts to the couple were
many and elaborate.
Among the gueßts present were:
Mr. John Murphy, Miss Willie E.
Riley, Mrs. Lillie Yarbrough, Mr.
and Mrs. Will Frits, Mrs. Hallie
Catlett, Mr. Garfield Mitchell, Mrs.
Lena Chambers, Mrs. Mary Bowe,
Mrs. Charlotte Fuller. Mrs. Fanny
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Teeters,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Sweeney, Mr. and
Mrs. Eddie Woods, Mr. Norman.
Mrs. Lillian Garrison, Mr. and
Mrs. O. J. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs.
John Flanigan, Mrs. Allen Barnett,!
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith, Mr. and
Albert Searight. 6353 Bangor,
was host at an elaborate Hal
lowe'en party, Oct. 21, with Mrs.
M. K. Herring assisting. The home
*was artistically decorated with
|fcrge lighted pumpkins, black cats,
and so forth, which made
. More than one hundred guests
Were present and departed at the
Wee hours of morning, after hav
ing enjoyed a delicious Dutch
rlunch and beverages of various
Those present included:
Dr. and Mrs. Willis, Attorney
and Mrs. Joe Brown. Mr. and Mrs.
B. P. Hnnsome, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Bitts. Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Wil
liams, Mr. and Mrs. R. Robinson,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bell, Mr. and
Mrs. Luke Huterson, Mr. and Mrs.
K. Hall. Dr. Crosswlte, Mr. Black
man, Mr. and Mrs. Duke Anderson,
Mr. and Mrs. Clark. Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Anderson, Mrs. Bmlth, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Hatcher. Mr. and
Mrs. Mosley, Misses Jennie and
Johnle Mae Wynn, Mrs. Louis Lit
tle and many others. They enjoy
ed a delicious Dutch lunch and
every kind of Drink. At a wee
hour of the morning they departed.
Society Plans For
} Musical Recital
At a recent meeting of the Im
, perial (Thoral Society, which is a
■ local affiliate of the National As
, soclatlon of Negro Musicians, plans
■Vere discussed for presenting a
icrod musical festival, featuring
of the outstanding Detroit ar
tists, during the meeting of the
national board of directors of the
N. A. N. M., to convene hero Dec.
Other features of the meeting
will Include a luncheon, a radio
broadcast, and a reception.
Many prominent musicians of In
ternational and national repute
will attend the meeting in Detroit,
including Rffle Dlton, Meade Rob
erts George, Camille Nickerson,
Lillian Evantl, Clarence Cameron
White, Carl Dlton. J. Wesley Jones,
Kemper Herreld, and many other,
The members of the Detroit Im
perial Choral Society are seeking
the co-operation of all the local
clubs, societies, fraternities,
churches and other organisations
and Individuals, In order to make
the meeting a great success. Plans
are being worked out in detail and
will be announced later.
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Mrs. J. w. Jackson. Miss pearl
Browu. Miss Mary Scott.
Mrs. Julia Bishop, Mrs. Jessie
| Jackson, Miss Sarah Freeman, Dr.
I J- W. Collins, Dr. and Mrs. James
J. McClendon, Mr. and Mrs. James
|S. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. William
j B«H. Mrs. L L. Shell, Miss R. L.
Terry. Mrs. Virginia Bklpwith,
Mrs. Jessie Grier, Mrs. Elytha
Woods. Mrs. Mattie White. Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Ryan, Miss Betty
Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wil
liams and Mr. and Mrs. George
Lee, host and hostess.
Rites Are Read
Sunday afternoon, Oct. 26. at 3
o'clock. Miss Nellie Bryant daugh
ter of Mrs. Ethel Long, became the
bride of John B. Johnson of this
city, the ceremony taking place at
3724 Brush street, with Rev.
Thomas Smith officiating.
The bride was given In marriage
by her uncle. Frank Bryant, vows
being spoken aa the young couple
stood against a background of
palms and tall standards of white
and yellow chrysanthemums.
The bride wore a white Imported
lace dress, made with long tight
sleeves and a full skirt with pea
cock trail. The hat was beret type,
with a long off-thei-face bridal
veil attached. Her flowers were
Jobanna Hill roses.
The maid of honor was Miss
Alice White, who wore a sky-blue
satin finish velvet dress with hat.
to match. She also carried flowers
similar to those of the bride. Le
roy Oclls was best man.
The mother of the bride wore a
black lace crepe dress with long
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This group of young Detroiters busi
ed themselves two Christmases ago, un
der the sponsorship of the Detroit Tri
bune, and packed several baskets with a
ATTY. 8. J. FLANAGAN
STATE OF MICHIGAN. In the
Circuit Court for the County of
Wayne. In Chancery.
FRANCES FEARS. Plaintiff vs.
ARTHUR FEARS, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
At a session of said Court held
at the Court House of the County i
Building In the City of Detroit.
Wayne County Michigan on the Ist
day of November, A. D., 1986. Pre
sent: Hon. Theodore J. Richter,
It appearing from affidavit on
file in the above cause that the
residence of Arthur Fears, the de-
We do not Incorporate in club
news and other social Items, cards
of thanks, as cards of thanks are
forms of advertisement which
must be paid for.
THS DETBQtT TIUCW»—SATOHDAT NOVEMBER *, IMS ..
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„ The happy guests portray a few' of
the many who attended the Hallowe’en
party given by the Alpha Beta Chapter
of Kappa Fraternity, at the home of Dr.
Oasain Sweet, on Hallowe’en night. Need
less to say, “a good time was had by all.”
sleeves. Her flowers were yellow
The bride and groom and some
of the wedding guests visited the
Lincoln Studio, on Forest avenue,
following the wedding.
After the ceremony 100 guests
attended a reception given at the
home of the brides mother. The
table was covered with a lace
cloth, the centerpiece being a sil
ver bowl of white baby mums, and
a large wedding cake.
Music was furnished by the Over
Night ~ oily Boys’ Orchestra. Floral
decorations were provided by the
HELPED NEEDY FAMILIES
J fondant herein cannot be served
I by process issued out of this Court,
as he is not a resident of the
stnte of Michigan, but that his last
known residence was in Cook
County, Chicago, Illinois;
On motion of S. J. Flanagan, At
torney for the Plaintiff
IT IS ORDERED that the said
defendant Arthur Fears appear
and answer the Rill of Complaint
filed herein within three (3) |
months from dute of this order, or |
Cozy Corner Lunch
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“A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL”
Johnson's Flower Shop, on Hast
| The couple arc popular In the
younger set and many of their
white friends attended the wed
Among those attending the wed
ding and reception were: Mrs. 8.
SoboHkl. Mark Hrooks, Hazel Lee,
Mrs. F. Fields. Mae B. Johnson,
Jessie McDaniels. Beulah dray,
Lillian Fletcher, Mayola Morgan,
Mary Brown, Artie Bell Morton.
Janie Craig. Anna Dye, Charles A.
Burris, Dorothy L. Burris. Mr. and
Mrs. Monteath Moss, Mi and Mrs.
variety of groceries, fruit, and holiday
sweets at a dance at the St. Antoine Y.
M. C. A., and donated them to needy
• |iat said Bill will be taken aa con
feased, and that this order bo pub
lished according to the rules of
this Court, and that a copy there
of be mailed to the defendant at
his last known address by regis
tered mall as required by law.
THEODORE J. RICHTER
(A true copy)
FRANK F. RONKOWSKI
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Among the group are Mr. and Mrs
Delbert Lee, Miss Simmons, Mrs. White,
J. A. Craigen, Mrs. Sweet, Eddie Swann,
Miss Hertha Priest, Mr. Fisher, Miss
Bryant, Mrs. Graham, Mrs. J. C. Blount,
Mrs. Motley, and Mrs. Hackett.
James Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
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Bryant. Ida Snms, aunt of the
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Bryant, Tim Berry, Ann Arbor,
TO SPEAK AT
Two Years as a Soviet Work
er", will be tho topic of a lecture!
to be given by Victor Reuther at
tile next meeting of the Peoples
Forum. Sunday, Nov. 10. at 8:00
Ip. in. at the Peoplo's House. 3946
j Trnmhull avenue, near Belden.
/ The lecture i H of particular In
terest to Detroiters as Mr. Reu-,
ither Is a former resident of this
city, and until embarking upon a I
I world tour nearly three years ago,
I worked In the automobile factor
ies here. Using the bicycle as a
means of transportation he travel
ed 12,000 miles In the Soviet Un
ion. visiting the Ukraine. Crimea
and Siberia. He arrived In Detroit
Unlike the usual visitor to the
Soviet Union Mr. Rcuther spent
two complete years working
shoulder tft shoulder with the
Russian workers. Being a keen
student of the American labor
movement he should be able to
present the progress of the Rus
sian experiment In an Intelligent
and instructive manner.
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Games Appears In
Recital At Y. W
The Detroit Study club will
present Madam Antoinette Games,
of Chicago.’ on Sunday afternoon
Dec. Ist. at the y W <\ A. Mrs!
'.arnes, a former Detroiter, is a
well known sinner and is now
connected with Wllberforce Uni
versity. A rerAptlnn will follow
The club was elaborately enter
tained on last Friduy by Mrs. A
L. Turner at the Federation Club
House, cor. Second Blvd. and Han
cock. The program consisted of s
very Informative talk on ’ Ethio
pia” by Mrs. Eva Green. Her ex
planation of the historical back
ground and the present crisis in
Ethiopia proved very Illuminating
to the members and Mends. Near
ly 100 per cent of the member
ship wan present. Guests of the
hostess were. Mesdanxes Clarence
Lee May Greenlaw. C. Montgomery
ami Mrs. Fields of Toledo, Ohio.
Refreshments were served In the
dining room of the Club House.
The next meeting will be with
Mrs. Lowell Baker. Stanton ave
nue on Nov. 15th.
CAMEO 6RIDGETTE CLUB
The club met at the home of
Mrs. Bessie dreen, mg Brush, all
members being present, except the
president. Mrs. Lel a Hunter. Mrs.
Hunter, who resides at 4613 Beau
blen. Is ill at Womans Hospital.
Members and friends wish her a
Mrs Foote officiated at the meet
ing. which was given over to busl
ness. The hostess served a tempt-
DETROITERS MOURNS DEATH
OF SOLDIER KINSMAN,
ARTHUR C. MITCHELL
Mrs Annie Ushery. of Detroit,
was recently notified of the death
of uncle, the late Arthur Clarence
Mitchell, a Spanish War veteran,
who succumbed suddenly to a
heart attack In Newark. N J.'last
i Mr. Mitchell was the son of Mr I
and Mrs. Jacob Mitchell, of Macon. 1
deorgla. He had resided in New
ark for the past fifteen years.
The funeral services were 1m-
Ipresslve, being In charge of the
/Spanish War veterans, white vei
lerans also being present In resnect j
to the leceased. They followed the /
nrocessfon to the cemetery where /
the remains were lsfd to rest. f
In addition to relatives in De
troit. Mr. Mitchell Is survived by
his widow. Mrs. PJstel Mitchell; n
daughter. Mabel Denefse, n teacher
In the Newark high school evstem;
three brothers. Ross nnd Homer,
In the IT. S. Navy, and Roland. In
Atlanta; a sister, Mrs. Rvas, of
Richmond. Va.; two nieces, Louise.
In New York City, and Mildred. In
Richmond. Va.; an aunt. Mrs.
Wllen Butler, of Macon. Georgia,
and other relatives.
m F 3 J
Willa Mae Hruuson, 11-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. W.
Brunson. -16I»7 Harding avenue,
who won first prize ut KiwuulM pet
and hnhhy show at Northeastern
Branch Y. M C. a. ui Harper and
Cadillac, on Oct. is and lit. Willa
Mae did not have a pet to enter
In the show, but ambitiously col
lected a variety of leaves and
named them all.
Last March, Willa Mue also won
the spelling bee for her fifth grade
class at the St. Clair Primary
School on Montclair avenue. She
Is a member of Shiloh Baptist
Church and Is active In Sunday
School. She In also president of
the Sunshine Rand
The club's recent k* no party
w’as a success.
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Couple To Observe 10th
Mr. and Mr*. Robert D. Red fern,
of thin city, will celebrate the
tenth unnivemary of their wedding
Saturday night, Nov. 9, at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Man
ning. 1*656 Wexford avenue.
Invitation* to the elaborate af
fair have been issued to a large
number of friends of Mr and Mrs
Hoht e 8 8 At Hallowe’en
Mis* Katherine (Jarvin a co-ed
at Wayne University, wan hostess
|ai a Hallowe'en party, at her resi
dence. .1436 St. Jean avenue, on the
evening of Oet. 31.
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