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1146 9t. Aatomc Street, Cornet CatutnbU CtUlord<&924
By Sylvia Penn
. Aftrror Friends—Thanksgiving greetings to
ail! Despite the depression, there is still much for which
we have cause to be thankful, and a little reflection oh the
part of each 6f oh will reveal what<
particular things there are for
which we ought to give thanks.
it is always interesting to read
of weddings, and we will tell you
(hat the residence of Hev. S. C.
Cunningham, 5914 Northtleld street
was the scene of an early morning
wedding Sunday, Nov. 17. when
Mrs. Hesse Mae Dukes, 6717 Hart
ford avenue, became the bride or
Edwin B. Clark, f»901 Northtleld
street. It was a quiet ceremony,
with only the minister and wit- !
nesses present. Mr. and Mrs. Clark
will make their home at *5462 llaz
lett sL We join with their many 1
other friends in extending congrat
ulations to the happy couple.
It is also with a great deal of
pleasure that we call your atten
tion to the new feature of publi
city sponsored by the local N. A.
A. C. P. Branch, beginning in this
issue of the Tribune, on page 2.
Read of the organization’s inter
esting activities, which will be
published at least monthly in this
paper. We believe you share our
opinion that this progressive or
ganization, which is working day
and night in interest of our ruce,
is worthy of loyal support from all
clusses of our people in Detroit
and throughout Michigan.
One of the delightful social af
fairs of the fall season was the
pretty party recently given by Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Jackson, in cele
bration of the first anniversary of
their wedding. Mrs. Jackson wus
formerly Miss Leola Swain. The
home was beautifully decorated for
the occasion, the dining room be
ing exceptionally lovely. A splen
did supper was served the many
guests present, while dancing and
liquid refreshments were main
features of the gala event. Tho
young couple were the recipients
of numerous gifts. Those enjoying
the uffair were Mr. and Mrs. Tony
Gray, Mr. and Mrs. B. (Sreen, Mr.
and Mrs. Calvin King. Mr. and
Mrs. Dixon. Mrs. Daisy Mitchell,
Mr. Terry, Mr. and Mrs.
’King. Mis* Mary Solomon, Miss
Carrie WetHf, James Adams, Messrs
King, ThomfMn Jones and Mr. and
Mrs. Toby Tribble, TAe Jones. Mr.
and Mrs. Rice. Mr. Clark and Miss
Perry. Out-of-town guests includ
ed Ray Powell, of Cleveland: W.
Solomon, also of Cleveland; Hom
er Jackson and Robert Harris, of
Thomaston. (leorgia.
TTie Tribune is grateful for the
many new advertisements which
are appearing in the paper. They
testify to the growth and Increas
ing popularity of this progressive
home-town paper, which Detroiters
of all classes are reading and sup
porting In increasing numbers.
Many thanks to our advertisers and
to the reading public. When op
portunity affords, kindly tell our
advertisers you read their adver
tisements in the Tribune. Your
kindness will ho deeply appreciat
The Housewives League No. #
will sponsor a trnde exhibit! at
the Owls’ Club, corner or Cheno
and Madison. Wednesday and
Thursday, Dec. -1 and S. The pub
lic is cordially Invited
One of the wide-awake young I
men of our group—Lloyd Moten.i
.<920 Milford avenue, Is entering .
upon a progressive business ven
ture this week. He is publishing
a .weekly periodical —"The WeHi
Side Shopping Guide.’ which is
full of merit and promise. We con-,
gratulate Mr. Moten and wish for
him great success
Check Dec. fi on your calender
and keep that date open; for on |
that evening. the Elliottorlan
Business Girls’ Club, of which
Miss Ruby Connelly Is president,
will sponsor their charity bridge
party at the Frogs’ Club. Several
interesting features will he con
nected with this delightful affair.
Don’t miss It.
The noted violinist, Clarence
Cameron White, appeared In re
cital at the Lucy Thurman Y. W.
C. A. Monday night, under auspi
ces of the Civic Concert Group. Al
though the audience was not as
large as desired. It was very ap
preciative of the artist’s rare mu
sical ability.
Have you seen a copy of 'The
Voice Os Negro Business,’ the
monthly trade periodical publish
ed by the local Booker T Washing
ton Trade Association? If not. be
sure to get a free' copy of the
December Issue, which will be off
the press Saturday. Nov. 30, Wal
ter Delsarte Is the progressive
manager of the periodical. Rev.
William H. Peck being also one
of the moving spirits of this An®
venture. In Interest of Negro busi
Mrs. M. Wright, of the Whoopee
Twelve Club, entertained In hon
or of her sister. Miss Myrtle Scott,
of Evansville, Illinois. Sunday
evening. Nov. 17. at a seven-con ran
bridge dinner! Guests present In
cluded Miss Ruth Goodwin. M.
Watklna, C. B. Clarke. F. 81ms. Mr.
and Mra. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Johnson. C R. Hastle. Mr. Hall.
Mr*. R. Davis, M. Evans. A. R
Moor#, and Mr*. B. Johnson.
Let ns tell you Ju*t here that
on Friday night. Nov 11. an en-
joyuble musical banquet was given
in the large dining room of Mt.
Olive Baptist Church, at Brush and
Willis, under the auspices of the
young people of the church. The
decorations consisted of lovely
autumnal flowers and colors of
gold und red. Three long tables
groaned beneath the sumptuous
banquet spread. Miss Ruby Davis
was mistress of ceremonies and a
splendid program was rendered,
which was arranged by the young
people. Mrs. D. Cummings Is presi
dent of the club, and was ably as
sisted by Mrs. Kula Williams.
The Whoopee Twelve Club was
entertained Friday evening, Nov.
22, at the home of Miss Hugh Good
win, 400 Palmer. After the meeting,
the members were guests of Theo
dore Johnson, who celebrated his
.’list birthday at his home. All pre
sent reported a delightful evening.
When we chat with you next
time, another month wll have be
gun. and all will he engrossed in
making preparations for the Christ
mas holidays. Share the news of
your various social and civic acti
vities with others, by letting them
read of such activities through
these columns. Meanwhile, until
next keek we say good-by in our
usual way, with brightest and host
wishes to all.
| City Association
Os Clubs Meets
The regular monthly meeting of
tlie Executive Board of the City
Association of Colored Womens’
Clubs was held on Friday after
noon. Nov. 22nd. with the president.
Mrs. Cora Seymour, presiding.
Plans were 'discussed for raising
money to entertain the State con
vention next June. A committee
was appointed to secure clothing
for delinquent school children.
\tr*; Sadie Llndaey, 559 Chandler
avenue., the chairman will receive
donations of clothing from the
public. The clubs were asked to
petition Councilman Edward Jef
feries. Jr. to retain Mrs. West as a
supervisor, as she is the only
colored woman on the board
Card Os Thanks^
I wish to express my sincere
thanks to the many kind friends
for sympathy and kindness
shown In the honr of ItereaTe.
nient ennsed hv the recent death
of my wife. Mrs. 1,. Welbom.
who passed away on Nov. 16.
I ans especially graleful to
Cult ary Baptist Chnroh and
Sunday School and the Lily of
the Valley Club for floral of
fearing, also to the senior de
partment of the Cnhary Church
School for the comforting let
ter of condolence sent.
Itev. H. P. Welbom
2220 Chene Street
Nordet Social Club
Feted In New Haven
The members of Nordet Social
Club, of Detroit, were entertain
ed in New Haven. Mich, last Sat
urday night, at the home of P.
Jones. A business session was
held, after which the gracious host
served a luncheon which all pre
sent enjoyed. A social hour fol
lowed. at which time cards fur
nished the feature of onUtfaln
The third of a series or flve
mlnute talks was given by Rose
velt Everett his theme being "Co
operation.’ Talks were also made
by Mesdames Jones. Hicks, Wil
liams. Wright. Everett. White and
The club is making rapid pro
gress. under the leadership of the
energetic president. J. P. Blair.
The club will be entertained Sat
urday night. Dee. 7, at the home
of J. H. Hicks. 2059 McLean st.
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The wedding of Miss Maude
Morris and H. Edward Page, son
of Mrs. Mary Page of Hamtramck,
Michigan In the home of Miss Hal
lle Davis In Louisville, Kentucky,
was one of the most beautiful cere
monies of the Autum season.
It took place at high noon, Sun
duy, November 3. with Father J.
Johnson. Eplscopul minister, con
ducting the ring service before a
portable altar, lighted by Cathedral
candles. Master Preston Davis, Jr.
cousn of the bride, served as altar
Kadford D ivis Morris, Indiana
polis cousin of the bride, carrying
a Cathedral candle, was grooms
man. and led the bridal procession,
followed by the best man, Harold
Meeks of Hamtramck. Mich., and
the groom. Mr. Page.
Miss Lucinda Murtlshaw, of De
troit. In pale blue satin, carrying
a Cathedral candle and a bouquet
of pink roses came next, followed
by the matron of honor. Mrs. Cyrus
Morris, Jr. of Louisville, sister-in
law of the brtde, carrying a bou
quet of talisman roses.
Another cousin of the bride,
Kenneth Davis, dressed in a white
Ruit, carried the bride’s white
satin pillow.
The bride wore u white lace crea
tion, a bride’s veil In turban style,
caught with orange blossoms, nnd
Premier Home-Makera
Honor Members
Os Club
As an expression of congratula
tion, the Premier Home-makers of
tho Y. W. C. A. gave an Informal
reception in the social room, at
the “Y” Thursday. Nov. 21, for two
members of the club and three
members of the s’aff who have re
cently married.
In the receiving line were; Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Page, Mr ami
Mrs. Ingram, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Manley. Mr. and Mrs. Harry C.
Todd, and Mr. und Mrs. Andrew J.
The guests were: Mesdames
Roberta Price, E. W. Daniels, Maiy
Page. Madeline H. Fowder, C. S.
Smith, Nelzeeta G/mbel. Sadie
Johnson, C. Henry. Cleo Coulter,
Olive Elders, Catherine Cheatam.
B. McKenzie. V. Slater. M. Banks,
B. Davis. C. Willis. Lucia Swader,
Carrie Bell Cash. Mr. and Mrs. O.
Williams. Mr. and Mrs. t’arruthers.
Atty. and Mrs. Bledsoe. Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Swift. Miss Constance
Miller and Mr. Edward Benjamin.
Miss Charlotte D. Phillips and Dr.
W. Howard: the Misses Lila Olive,
Faye Miller, Irene Mannng. Alice
Philips, Jennie Ollerson. Essie
Washington, Ellsher Johnson. Dor
othy Phifer. Adelaide Taylor, Hel
en M. Wright, Ernlstlne Tally.
Mary Rankins. latrane Roberts.
Katherine Paxter. Messrs E. Coc
hill. Alfred Smith. Harry Harden,
E. V. Pitts. John H Deolinbly.
and Howard (livens.
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The wedding dinner was serv
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Other Detroiters who attended
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From New Albany. Ind.. Mr. nnd
Mth Fred Williams and their
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Mrs. Page Is Club and Activity
Secretary of the Lucy Thurman
Branch Y. W. C. A. In Detroit.
The newly married couple spent
their honeymoon in Louisville, In
dianapolis, Dayton and Columbus,
Ohio, and are at home to friends
at 2946 Bejmont street. Ham
tramck. Mich.
The hosteßses were: Miss Willie
A. Kllett, Madame Johnson White,
and the president of the dub.
Mrs. Kstella Hawkins.
A solo by Miss Catherine I’ax
ter. dedicated to the newly-weds,
and h poem of congratulation by
Miss Willie A. Kllet, added to tho
romance of the occasion, as did
other musical numbers.
We do not incorporate in club
news anti other social items, cards
of thanks, as cards of thanks are
forms of advertisement which
must be paid for.
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Thanksgiving services were ob
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attendance at the various churches
was large.
Mr. Hudson, of Detroit, was a
visitor in Pontiac on Nov. 24.
Miss Amaryoline Woods, of Or
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guest of Mrs. Annie Johnson, of
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Don’t fail to read the Detroit
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Attention Clubs!
Beginning with December I.
the Trlbnne will make uo
charges for club news, hut to
assure publication In the car
rent Issues such Items must
reach the Tribune office not
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