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A-277*;t*7* A24 27 "*■ S W 774 *0 7 V * f'" J 7 U 2 "2‘*X'7'l''* c B i ’ > IN DETROirS MIRROR IH etd »r ir r the up and po'-tg Touts ft'.'.?'* who rot ct'.T spends his tim* ge”tng perple to * dunk" the;- pre*:els :o. Pf»lf!»n :* also £c:zf i fine i?t *f news work on -te 'Detroit N::» L:f«". S:s« Een if f- busy f# os beer he has foutd : necessary to ft’tit the services of Tcmmy Spencer to knock hi* weekly copy May me of.*: ersgrats Pet f:r g?:i :irt i‘ T'mmy jeers to be it A-I pinth hive* His Ph:'.:-*o?hi :al !ftoiuct;oti ltd variety cf Tjoab-'.iro iti cite- s’, make* h.s iv;ff e'.n.st ’..ke litera-ure Do-wa *’ "be Chronicle we hive found "hit Louis Marti!, its Edi t:r r.:» his Vs Louis here * h ft: as: *hat Grtyre Sailer :h:nk« thi* h** sooirr page teeis a lit-’.* i:ess:t? up It would help. iN:* Grayoe. I really ddn't r.esr. :• that way % M RAPBO»iKI>'GS 1 Joe Lru.s ar.d John Roxborouyh casually rcvsrs.tr :t the Sunny* *;de of Beacon St '.Those fellows *s*tr •: b» c‘;t? ft for the 5u n - Side •* thing? these dsys— Mrs B Mi’chell tee Marie At -iosot. we-ding her way through la-e ’f'ertoor. : or Li brary—L **!• Stanley -Stltkey Lir.gstoc nibb-lin? his toor.day rr'h ft *he offi-e? of Betty H-sier while H'*-sier makes a few of h ? f.as'eo frokes on a Burlesque display mumbling 5 methinc shtu* 'it belt z *y? ho’ •o work" V. Brykin at the r i’v Ha" if - du-itr som* of his fri-ads t • !■*•: :fs text Mayor Hi hard T. :k’ Heading who it *ura gres"* them withs cordial ati h-ur handshake Ler.ore For:*. Lc- a Oui’ry Norma Dalton Toty Wfster. Sylvia ports Eer- Woods”! Luoi’-le Davis Tom sod Frank Davia 'that* being oi‘ted cut or. s Welnie • 'ist a*. ' oe Island tslv r* retrea* *- -.he Pco*s residence ’o carry or —L»r Ati*ew« Bet Webiter ard Bill Mitchell Jolcitg it later to make It a party. Ruth, (who used to "Webb The T*wr via the Chronicle i. and Ann Smith, sann’ering sway from the dir. of dowrtown traffic, sow ed Paradise Valley—incidentally Ann has her sister. Vivian visit nr h r Ere" s**r Cer.t s r was ’he s”er.e f gay dancing list Friday, spot stred by the TID * We saw am* ot? -hose who rook part in the fesoiv.’.ei—Marcella ar.d High re’ers r. Myrtle atd 5 E W:l --liamt Eerrice atd Harry Solomon also Walter People-? Irma Latrs *:t sr.d Walter Th mpsor. Harn .•'t S'ewart Emme-’a Morton. Sue Mor’or. Myrtle Tiller. Lillian Ere t, Sylvecer Stewar’. Arthur Thtmpstt D*ro*hv Miller Juanita Hobbs Lorraine Moss r.oscoe *:t*.« Bernice MoHauahat Warrer. Car'er Ca’herite Carter, Charles S’evenaon. Jean *f Penn sylvania Ma-rueri'e Williams, wh- has lust returned from school, and a host cf c'her popular young p.'v. j Arm it: -s pi'--:r cf ?• Paul A M E church has returned f --m a three weeks vacation t; pj.r-s it Ce:r?:a and Tennessee vi«i-ir.g his mother Is Col.mbus Ga. friends and rela t*ve- in Atlanta and Savannah. Ga ar.i Memphis Tent Ailer. Pulliam, proprietor of the w*. known P-ll.aa Hat Shop is co* fined to his home at 253 E i Canfield after having undergone at operation for Tcr.soli'is We 1 ar*- hoping that Mr. Piliiam will 1 toon be able to resume hi* work I Mr. and Mrs. A Jackson, cf I 3<i? W Hancock avenue have as | their house ?uestj Mrs. Fallie j Jackson, cf Harrisburg. 111, ao | ther cf .Mr Jackson and Miss ,1.11 I—l ITHJB GRAYSTONE BALLROOM-GARDENS MONDAY, JULY 19 th DANCING 9p. m. to 3a. m. Ticket*:— Advance sale—Bsc; at Door—sl.oo & x * jr| > jm \ jr # • - 4~ I * MISS LUE SWARZ, noted “solo” actress of St. Louis, Mo., who has advised friends that she can’t go east this summer, due to illness, which has her con* fined to St. Mary’s Kospital of St. Louis. Miss Swarz had an invitation to appear with Summer Theatre group cf Emerson College, Boston, which she was un able to accept. She expects to be up and out again »oon. (Calvin Service). E!:2feb«7h \V2'.:a r e 7* Greenwood, j Mississippi- rs Jackson return ed w;7h h*r son iast Wednesday af'er he had made a brief visit to Harrisburp. We’.! rr.y pood peop’-e ’his ends *he st.-upgle. I can on’.y say in conclusion that I hope you have enjoyed this bit of a”ctnp’ at c01u:22:2a u:22:2a I a'.ph- also add tha’. due to the fact ’hat I was a bit hurried to collect ar.i r.ake note of the ai’crial, it is perhaps not all that It should be I thank you. Sylvia Penn I had j a swell time, and I thank also ! those loyal folk who contributed •heir bits to me durinr the period of reptr’orial bewilderment. And so. got 1-bye. THE HEADLINER •By JAf KIE ARTHI'R ' I p re'urn* you had a marvelous •..me over the fiur’h since it was a nice dav for picnics. Som* sc c.ali’es if I may use that term *p r n: their day at Meadows They went swimming played baseball •and most impor’ar.t cf all they a*e A* ’his picnic were Miss Dav;« a v*7y attractive y „nr lady cf Bee chwoed Avenue. Frances Raiford ar.4 Frank Billy and Frances H*r r.*r. Wendell ar.i Shirley Turner. Mary Virsinla Grahmn ar.d sister. ariy'.e and F.obert Jchr.s:n. 4*!ar jerie Grecnidr*, Louis Grahrr.n The C'.eaaes Alice S’an’ -n und so weiter. I take 1* you know Ger man. if not 'he m-aning is—and so f:rth June Baber and Caroline Dunbar spent th*ir holiday in an a;r-cocl ed "heater Marion Goodscn also enjoyed a moving picturf. Char lo’te Brown cf Rchns Avenue was seen entering *he Fox Theater 1 wi’h a nice locking young man this! same day. j Entertaining friends in what is cn other oca3«!one the gymnasium cf the Brewster Center. The T I D. Thcs* Interested in Delta, sur prised eteryone by turning the place into a lovely ballroom last Friday night So effective was the transformation that it is hardly tehevable that dimmed li?h - s. crepe paper ribbons, and ballons I were responsible. On the stage curtains were the clubs' between the curtains in a back- ,/ and his )t\ CLVIB kESTWV Can’t Come Ea*t ground of old rose Ossie Barnett's orchestra played. The street iirh’s shone through the windows making a moonlight effect on the dance floor. On the veranda many sought the cool breath of mother nature. The young ladies were dressed in cool flowing organdies, laces, and chiffons, they looked their very best. The guests were. Miss es Evelyn Davis, Margueri’e Wil liams Frances Raiford. June Dick ens. Justine Nelson. Emmeta Mor ton. Marjorie Greenidge, Alice Stanton. Marjorie Carter, Regina Solomon. Eva Mcßroom. Marjorie Richerson. Florence Evans, Bar bara Talbert, P-ose Thompson. Lot tie Stockle. Shirley Turner, Mrs. Harry Sclomcr., Mrs Oscar Solo mon Mrs Fred Auls’in. Mrs Cock* rar.e. and Mrs S. C. Williams. The Young men were dressed In white suits which was an excellent ctntrasf. Messrs Hail Johnson. Ben Johnor. and brother, S. C. Williams, Arthur Thompson who we hadn t seen for some time. Al bert Wallace. Leroy Soles. Phil Walker. Emmery Hayes, Harold Watson. Spencer Carrie. Bassett Jones. Bi'.ly Allen, Charley Rox borough, Eugene Gocdson. Eugene Gtlyard Douglas Tibbs. Edward. Warren, and Elsworth Harris, George McKinsey. Gecrge Dunbar. George Higgins. James Duncan. Nimrod Carney. Henry and Toddy Cleare and Mr Green who direct ed the T. I D s for the Jabber woe k Sunday. I saw keeping cool at Eelle Isle Beacu; Harold Steven son. Theodore Woodson. Albert Wallace. Mar;crie Greenidge. Jan ette Bland. Miss Simons and bro ther. James Bailey. William Horn er and sister. Pernell Shelton. Mar ion Smith and Randall Evans. Ira and Caroll Evans. FLASH! FLASH! FLASH Charley Chuck Stevens and Frances Raldford have called It all off I wonder why? Johnell Williams has left for home. He said he will be back in SEPTEMBER. Colonel Smith and Mis* Nutall were seen strolling on Waynes campus. Albert Wallace is back in town and Is the great height of five feet, eleven Inches. He expects to attend college this fall. What's going on between Billy Lockinvar Hall and the New York Miss? Sarah Davis was enjoying her ride in a 1937 Ford coupe with a handsome young man the other day. Marguerite Williams is having a grand time since she has been home. Eva Mcßroom and Juanita Hobbs are very good friends. L«t Coro's Expert Instructors Prepare You For Your Life’s Work! OTER Orß BEU TT SCHOOL TODAY! PORO OF DETROIT • 7 GRATIOT ATE. 11,0 TU " #,r ■"“» “» NMM mmmm, "wnty sorrier • CLIFFORD wT’"* FM A " MTBTLE COOK, Hfr. Y. W. C. A. NOTES One of the nlceit things tbit hi* even happened at Lucy Thu.-msa Branch Y. W. C. occurred on Sua day July 11 *hen the Dericatc# Homemakers' club presen’-d ( beautiful silver service ec*r>:* w|-h tray to the Branch Engraved on each piece is v« Y. W C A triangle emblem ird the date '1527. ’’ The presentation '"■as sad* !• t lovely tea on Sunday astern tv the outgoing president cf th* c .b, Mrs Wilkins In accepting the gift Mrs Madeline H Fowler. exeru'it* secretary cf the Branch. appreciation of the splendid * * which the club has done under four leaders and for the »p.. f the club ‘ which is the tru* Asso ciation spirit.” Two former presidents of the club which is made up cf h-tr.e women from Conant Garden «*-. tion of North Detroit were prv -*r.\ Mrs Madeline Graham and Mrs. James Hafford. Mrs Hattie Wo*ti er is the new president. To complete the afternoon, punch was served In the social room r.r.i 1 musical program was presented for the enjoyment of members and guests. This gracious gift will be used for many years at all social fur-- •ions in the Y. W C. A build r.g and it will be a permanent remind er of the generous and cooperative spirit of Derlcctte Homemaker' Many clubs and groups thrcugic- .• the community who hold the-.r meetings and entertain in the Y W. C. A. building will be privilege i to enjoy the use of this beaut:!.; silver service. A brand new swimming hour f:r children has been scheduled in th» Lucy Thurman Branch Y. W C A pool on Monday morning at $ *' o'clock. This is in response to mar.v requests for a children's class !’ will continue each week on Mondr morning with Miss Betty Cane :r charge Swimming is offered to adults rtt five days of every week. Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday ar.d Thursay and Friday. Anyone interested in learning to swim - or Just taking a dip is requested to phone the Branch or come in and get details cn definite class hours and dtp hours. New hours will be added to the schedule as fast as the demand warrapts. The first group us campers left for Camp Norcom near Dexter on Saturday in a special bus. Parents are always glad to know that the bus goes each two weeks with the new group of campers taking them directly from the Lucy Thurman Branch Y. W. C. A. door to camp The rext group will go out on July 24. starting at 9 o'clock. P.eristra tion should be made at 565 Eas' Elizabeth at once. Improvement cn the camp pro perty for the K ;, h anniversary sea son include wideninr of the read and removal of partitions from the cabins. These now have one large , spacious room with cross ve-tils* tion to admit plenty of fresh air. Enrollment in the Stay-at-Home Camp at Lucy Thurman Branch Y W. C. A. is mounting rapidly to ward the mark wh;ch is th-* maximum. There is still room for a few m*re schorl girls to register Those who are interested in enjoy ir.c these summer Stay-at-Hom» Camp activities are urged to enroll at once to get the benefit of the remaining weeks. The formal clos ing with procram occurs cn Fri day. August 6 Mra. Beulah Whitby Honored At Breakfast At Belle Isle Mr. ar.d Mrs Raymond Scruggs were hosts at a delightful break fast at Belle Isle last Sunday, giv en in honor of Mrs Beulah Whitby. Those prcjtnt were Dr. and Mrs Haley Bell, Dr. and Mra. James McClendon. Dr. Thomas Brown. Mrs Elise Markoe. Dr. ar.d Mrs C. F Whitby. Miss Mignon Walker, and Mr and Mrs. B. Scruggs. Young Couple To Speak Vows M!m Elizabeth Smith and War ren Davtj will apeak their wed*i -1 <!**»« 1b the hnine e? Mr* Virginia Llghtfoot, 572< Bruah atreet. Apt 4 Sundav eren lßg. July l<. at 7 p. m . Now Is The Time To Think About Your Future!