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GLIMPSES SjJYLVIA PEHN purimr Ih-1 month we were reminded o i the old song. "it» j uile January, because of the prevalence of warm, springy days. How rfr the "Hustle of Spring here haa been quieted a bit by the whlte- Brtsof winter snow which haa again descended upon ua this week al ,buuKh it is April. Nevertheless, with long-eared buunlcs and fluffy .hicks greeting our gaze from every display window and store counter. kn „w that it will be only a few more days before "Ml«b Detroit." jerked in hei Easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it. will be the irandeit lady in the Baster parade " But "111 Ho! to our work we go," „f getting to news closer at hand. Hr*. (lice I*. Benjamin, of Scotten avenue returned to Detroit last jgturday. after having spent three months in Oklahoma city, visiting her son. Pope Benjamin, who is a pedagogue there. it plea km lit visitor In our midst last week-end hum Mrs. willa Sweetman. of Chicago, who was the guest of her sister. Mrs \V \ Thompson, 6021 Beechwood avenue llie popularity of the “get-together" or delightful parties indudiio nom ten to fifteen guest* over the week-end. is steadily increasing U*t Saturday evening. Buddy Saunders, of Iroquois street, entertained icreral members of the "younger set” at his residence. Y’oung Saunders «ai assisted by his mother, in carrying out the duties of host and host ess During the evening a buffet supper was served and the group Uanced to their hearts content. Who were there, you ask? Guests were: Katherine Hail. Marjorie darter, Elizabeth Elkins, Margaret McCall. George and Jim Dunbar, Stanton Hunton. Loraine Moss. Walter Stow ers. and Henry Roberts. Vow, for a bit of “who-goes-where." Mrs. J. C. Isaacs. 2520 McDoug ,ll, chairwoman of the Woman’s Auxiliary to the National Medical As sociation and regional directress of the Northern Zone, left Sunday morning. April 3. for Tuskegee Institute. Ala., to meet with the execu tive body Philip Roberta* of Lawton street. Is improving rapidly following an operation which he underwent last week at Trinity Hospital Horace Scruggs, f»o4S Nt. Antoine entertained ten of his little friends Monday, in celebration of his tenth birthday. Games were played and refreshments including a birthday cake with ten candles, were en joyed by the youngsters. Hr. and Hr*. Crawford Taylor, 17126 Marie street, celebrated their twelfth wedding anniversary. Sunday. April 3. at their lovely home. Ice cream was enjoyed by the large number of guests who attended. The rouple was given many beautiful gifts. Mr*. Lucille Mitchell, public health nurse In Cleveland. Ohio, spent the week end visiting friends in the Motor City Mrs Mitchell recently mended the Buckeye State Nurses Association. Detective sherd lan Hrouseanx, of Ctitcago, was a week-end visitor bore, as guest of Commissioner and Mrs. Harold E Bledsoe and Com missioner Joseph Cratgen. at the Club Plantation's Blue Hour last Hun dsy. The group, which also included Moses 8. Thompson took cogni zance of the fact it was Attorney Craigen's birthday. Jacob P. Sumeraekl, county treasurer was host to a group of em ployees and friends at the "Brown Bomber’s Chicken Shack." last Satur day evening The luncheon was in celebration of Joe Louis' victory over Thomas Many prominent guests were present at the luncheon The “(Tease Ball," given annually at Ann Arbor for young U. ot M. Barristers, was a gala affair laat Friday evening. It was held at the Wo man's League and Jimmy Lunceford. one of our college orchestra lead ers. directed the peppy swing music, to which the many guests present glided the hours away. This ball for the law students, derives its name from the humorous allegation that struggling young barristers, after hanging out their new shingles, are only able to have their trousers creased about once a year,while waiting for hualness to pick up; hence, the name. "Crease." Folk we knew at the ball last Friday evening were: Lucia Thomas. Marjorie Davis end their company, also Cecil Poole and Victoria Medall. Second Baptist Chmms fftve a parlor recital last Sunday evening, at the home of Mr. and tfra. t. O William*, on Hndsdp avenue. Among the ruests on the program waa Clarence Harvey, who sang two lovely hum- Mrs. Miss W. Lewis was Accompanist- Others on the program included Washington Greer, Mrs. Carr, and Mrs. P. Douglass A. dainty repast vai served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. C Williams. Mrs. M Susan Jackson. Mra. Bessie Hopkins, Mrs- Annie McElroy. Mrs. M Lee. Mesdames Pesr! Douglass, M. Mllle! Bessie Smith. Willie Murphy. Coe Carr, P. 81ms. Hcclsston, Miss W. Lewis Messrs Washington Greer, and Clarence Harvey. Modern Home-Makers Clab gave their musical tea. at the home of Mrs. Addle Welch, on 23rd street, Sunday afternoon. April 3 The hostess ar ranged her program beautifully, with a group of children participating Thomas Askew accompanied all the numbers. Eugene West sang a solo. Other participants Included Misses Bettie and Evelyn Simpson. Mrs. Gray Bracy Miss Sucllla TaJUfferrlo Mrs. Johnson. M. Gsmbrll, Mrs. White, h nz a delightful affair. Lest Saturday evening the directors of the Great Lakes Insurance 'ompnny played host to Ita hundred employes with a victory party in the spacious offices of the new Ten Years old Company. A delightful dutch lunch and Jam session were the features of the “venlng Awards were made to various agents who did outstanding *ork during the Tenth Anniversary Drive. The announcement of the promotion of J. C. Atwater to District Manager and A. J. Glllimore as “is assistant was made- These persons along with C. C. Miller, former' ■wilng manager of District Number Three, were presented with appro bate tokens from the several groups that they had previously served •jaturday evening’s party was the climax and last of the features In the Tenth Anniversary celebration of the Great Lakes Insurance Company. ' n w hich several distinguished speakers were brought to the city TV Thrifty Progressor* will present Prof. Walter E. West in hi* -nnual musicale. Monday. April 11. 8 p. m. at the YWCA. The artist will ** assisted by the New Bethel Senior Choir. The public Is Invited. rare*! Young, local young civil-engineer, spent a pleasant last w visiting his parents. He left Detroit Saturday afternoon .. pr * 2), and returned Tuesday evening after visiting his mother In • a reeling. Michigan, and his father In South Bend. Indiana ... ■***• Maude Goins Lewis was feted at the home of Miss Dessle , a l" er president of the 'Celebs’ of Garfield street. Saturday. March s The occasion was Mrs. Lewis’ 21st (now I’ve told It) birthday. Among p friends present were Florence Talbot. (Cornelius Stephen. Isabel 'try Henry Stewart, and of course. Mrs. Lewis’s husband. Walter Uwid 'innilsj, April | John Henry, a senior at Miller High School par fih “t*'* l ln “ debate over Station CKLW. under the auspices of Judge '' n Maher, who Is conducting a program twice weekly, culled "Les- On Safety And Political Science." Young Henry spoke on the i "rmatlve side, arguing that "Speed Is the greatest contributing facto* '' f j* r, ual accidents." The negative was argued by a student from one ’ la *J oc *l paroclal schools. The debate was quite interesting. rh <‘ Yo«(h Council «.«f Jf. A. A. C, P. will (*lose the l-enten s> ason *? n elaborate swing dance, at Mayfair Ballroom. Faster Sunday. * pr| l Music will be provided by Oloster Current’s Orchestra The /‘unr.iig will also sponsor a dinner dance at the new Franklin Street Wednesday. April 20. The banquet In honor * f the visiting nnemhers of the Cleveland Youth Councils will feature Miss Pearl aitrhelj as guegl speaker. ii„i ,n r °nrt»"lon, we Invite you all to Join us next week for a chat. Until then, we sign off, with brightest and best wishes to all. ew Club Formed fo]Conant Gardens A group of young men of Con nt Oardeni recently met at thi ° mf of (liarlee Gurley. 8122 Stock n street, and organised a number young people of that communl > into the Oonant Gardens Oood league. purpose of the organisation. T > ®* or » elate, Is to senre the ocailty unselfishly and to bring to • People outstanding speakers for .. r ° lM ‘ n forum. The organ Isa th piaB * t 0 f ,v * »rtf for * b ® ,u *®pt laws and the bes‘ in the community. » c , ** Di * r D * ai was chosen t* *^rnUry l>4lrmaill, ar ** a J?? w meeMn# groop ik9 * a *U47s Binder strati, M* y evening. April t. with Walter as host 1928 Social Club ~ • The 1928 Social Club met Frl day. April 1. at the home of the president. Mrs. Dnn West, 558 Med* bury. . After the Installation of officers by Mrs. Lindsay, president of the Peerless Art (flub. brief remarks were made by Mrs. Glass, also by Miss Nesby. of Nashville, Teniv A piano solo was rendered by Miss Ira Taylor, and Mrs. Smith made an encouraging talk to the club. There was no business period, the remainder of the evening being spent by the members In listening to the radio description of «*e Lou Is-Thomas U*ht The lift meeting will t*' 00 Friday. ApiH *. with Mre. Chat maTfliSrAiftolde Mr. rtitind/ eecreU*: Mrs.| l+v\ Buford, reporter Detroiters P ,A V : v 'if*? Hr*. Ken llender*oii formerly Mr*. Scott Lewis, who spoke her wedding vow* last Friday, at Bowling Green, Ohio. She I* a teacher in the Detroit school system and I* prominent in so cial circle*. O. E. S. Council Meets With Pres., Mrs. Agnes Bristol The order of Eastern Star’s Council of Wayne County met Sat urday. March 26. at the home r. the president. Mrs. Agnes Bristol. : on Jus. Campuu street Each chapter or the organiza tion was well represented and Ui*’ members present were full of en thusiasm over the proposed plans. Plans are being made for spon soring a spring party. The date and place will be announced later In this paper. Eastern Girl Weds Michigan Man Miss Burnell Cole, of Philadel phia. Pa and Quincy M Laney. of Inkstei, Michigan, were recently united in marriage. A reception In honor of the young couple was held laat week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McNeeley. 3230 Walnut street. Inkster, sister and brother of the groom. The bride wore a light blue gown with pink carnations and fern. Many frlendß attended the recep tion and wished the newly-weds a o i ts I *| m 41' vKw SJnl ' W 1 J 4 I I $ ;-;Vr When >aclrema Club pre sents Its annual play. **l»eath Takes A Holiday,** Friday eve ning, May «. at Detroit Instl late e< Arts, the east of art ists In this picture will he sea- Quinn Road News (By (barline Lucas) Little Dolores Shopshlre, win some daughter of Mr and Mrs Jo seph Shopshlre. Is HI with mea sles. We wish her a rapid recov ery. , # Lentine McMann was winner of first prise In an amateur show at Greenland Inn. recently. She ren dered a lovely song. Sunday School at Vinson Chapel was opened last Sunday by Bari J. Hubbard An excellent lesson was taught. At the morning ser vice Rev. Moses Williams preached from Aha the*#. "God* If™ Tor the World." lekt John tjlf., '*. gjopte* of the f,Tribune may be purchased from tho writer each week. Read thla progreealv* paper TUB OBTBOiT TRIBUNE SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1938 Wed In Bowling Green Mrs. Scott Lewis, well-known und socially prominent Detroiter, and Ben Henderson, popular sales man of the Pfeiffer Brewing Com pany, motored to Bowling Green. Ohio, Friday, April 1. and spoke their wedding vows, after a whirl wind courtship of a few months. The couple were accompanied to Bowling Green by Mr. and Mrs. Lowell ttuzzens. of this city, who were pi’eselzt at the ceremony. ; The bride was a former member, of the Roxane Players, a local dra matic organization, and wus one of the first memliers of the race to become a teacher In the Detroit schools. Mrs. Henderson, who not long ago returned from an -extensive tour abroad, in Paris. London, and cities of Switzerland, completed a course in French at the University of Sorbonne. At present, she is a teacher in the local school system and is one of Detroit's most active I civic and social figures. The attractive bride was the > widow of the late Scott Lewis. She , was formerly Miss Florence Ash. and was graduated from Central | High School and Washington Nor i mal. She taught in the Houghton, I Barrow*, Lyons, and A. L. Holmes schools, ln the latter school, she served Urst in the kindergarten, then in the auditorium. She is also a fine musician and her work ln this field Is outstandng. Mr. Henderson, the nephew of the late John E. Bush, of Little Rock, founder of the Mosaic Temp lars. is a state representative of I’Teiffer’s Brewing Company. He was formerly national grand assis tant secretary-treasurer of the Mosuic Templars of America an organization which operated in twenty-six states. Central America, and the West Indies an dhavlng a totul membership of over 100.000. Mr. Henderson was also formerly a part-owner of the Twin City (fusuder, a weekly paper; vice president and one of the organiz ers of the Dubbison Insurance Company, and operated several business enterprises. He (b a mem ber of the Phi Beta Sigma Frater uity Silent Sixteen Club The Silent Sixteen Club met at the home »t Mra. E- Bernice Mar tin. ,167 E Kirby, April 2. Mlsl Mable Smith was hostess. A wonderful luncheon was serv ed ' The next meeting will be at tn * home of Mias (\>rine Turner. 55U> Brush street. long, prosperous and happy life to gether. The hostess served a pala table repast. Mr. and Mrs. Lauey are at home at 3254 Walnut street. Cast Off Artists In Nacirema Play sured. Nimrod Carney will In* the star, while Mis* Jolla Cole will play the role of “lead Inf." From left to rlfht, standing member* of the rad are: Jark Well*. Mary Jeffer Many Guest at Blue Hour Amonf the many guests at the Blue Hour last Sunday were: Com missioner and Mrs. Harold Bledsoe, Deputy Commissioner Joseph Crat gen. Miss Maxine Fear. M. Btewart Thompson. Miss Arllne Byrd. De tective EJherdtan Brouseaux. CM»t cafo. Miss Bdna Bwann. Mr. end Mrs Ben Henderson, Mr. and Mrs Paftnlek. Di* «nd Mrs. Smith, of Xenia. Ohio: Mr. and Mrs. L. Rice. Xenia; Dr. and Mrs. Fred Green and part Jr. Iff. Wright and gudsts. FVJ Sharp. MF. and Mrs Al Oas kins *r. Taffy had Mrs Lloyd Loomis had Moat others jjj Ben llender*on, popular sales man f« r the Pfeiffer Brewing Compan), who embarked on the *ea of matrimony In Howl ing Green, Ohio, April I. when h<> mid Mr*. Sr<4( Lewis, of De troit, were wed. lie I* a nephew of the late John Hn*h. of Lit tle Hock, Ark. Musicians Will Sponsor Musicale At Bethel Sunday Members of the Detroit Musi cians Association und the Detroit Negro Opera, of which Mrs. Millie Hynson is president, have great piatiß for presenting a musicale at Bethel A. M. E Church, on Palm Sunday afternoon. An interesting and varied pro gram is being prepared. Stuart Pig gins, director of the opera. "Aida," will tell the story of Verdi’s Opera. Another attraction will be n selec- 1 lion by the "Aida" Chorus. Among artists who will appear on the program will be Pauline Friaby. soprano; Lucile Walker, contralto: Paul Turner, basso; ar>' the Hynson Sextet. Proceeds from the silver offer ing will be used to defray some of til* expense incidental to the pre sentation of the opera "Aida." at Detroit Art Institute. May 29 and 21 Mrs. Hynson. with the help of the D. M. A. and the Citizens Com mittee of the Detroit Negro Opera, hopes to leave no stone unturned In an effort to secure a large au dience for the program at Bethel Church. les Clarence Hradtield, Connie Miller, 1-eoii Smith, f< ft to right, seated: Fdna Swan, Nim rod Carney, Sadye Rr.<utt, Jnlla Cole, Knth Wel»b. and llllly Horton. A - - River Rouge New* (By AgweN Tncker) The Woman’s Literary Club will meet with Mrs. N. Neusome, of Polk street. Saturday night. The club will sponsor a flower contest snd many girls are arorklng on the project All members are request ed to attend the meeting, especial ly captains of each street. Funeral rites for the late Kff Nlckson. of Fifteenth street. Bcor ■e. Mich, will be held Friday at 1 p. m from the A. G. Wright Fun eral Homo. Ho died on April 1, at moles Hospital, from pneumonia , after an lllneas «f two weeks. Mrs Saltls Wyatt, of Birmingham. Ala., a ststar of th* dessased. reached his bedside before hie death. JOLLY STROLLERS CLUB NUMBER 2 The Jolly Strollers Club No. 2 met on March 28. at the home of Miss Eleanor Thomas. 2027 Cheue.! The regular business session was I Conducted, after which the presi dent called for the report of the | thirty-day drive which the <*luh i sponsored. Mrs. Rose Murphy, chairman of i the Woman's .Division, reported! $60.60; Frank Renbert. chairman 1 of tlie Men's Division, $51.02 The | totui amount raised during the drive was $141.62 The president thanked the club for its splendid work The meeting was then turned into a social hour. The hostess served au appetizing luncheon One of the club’s members. Allen Raymond, was recently struck by a cur. and sustained a broken leg j and other minor injuries. The next meeting of the club will | be held with Mrs Mae Hall. 3596 Dubois street. AMITY GIRLS CLUB The Amity Oirlß presented a very unusual program. March 27. at their Pleasant Sunday Afternoon affair, which was given at the home of Mrs. Marjorie Johnson.! 6.124 B< nson street The program included a tenor solo by Clarence Hughes; Spiritual selection. Mr. Garrison; recitation. Paul Holt; piano selection. Prof William Johnson; sax solo. Mr.i Madie Jordon Grasty; original mu sical reading. George Smith; b;us solo. Chalmers (!oe vocal solo. Miss Myrtle Ricks; piano solo. Fleetwood Jones Following the program, tea and cookies were served Among those present were: ML: Mildred Murcock. Miss Heatrkc Grinin. Mrs. Hamilton. Mrs Lil lian Johnson. Mrs. Alfred Foxx, Miss Zenobia Jones. Mrs. Mabel Lewis. Mis. Elizabeth Eccleston. Mrs Jenny Grasty. Mrs. Clara War ren. Mrs. Novella lister. Miss Clara Warren. John lister, Rufus Goldsmith. Wayman Johnson. Lev. Eubanks, -William Lumpkin. Georg * Lewis. Mr. Johnson and other*. Members of the club are; Mi.«s WUbelnuna Lewis, president; Mrs Novella Lester, vice president; Miss Clara Warren, secretary; Mrs. Marjorie Johnson, treasurer. Miss Myrtle Ricks. Mrs. Vetra Mil liner. Mrs Sadie Grasty. and Mrs. Pennle Lou Smith. o YOUNG MATRONS S. H. CLUB The Young Matrons Sport and Hobby Club announced their ori gin at a Tea. Sunday afternoon March 27. at the home of Mrs Marv Robbins. Guests at the club's initial party were: Mrs. Ransom. Mrs. Dunklin. Mrs C. Oliver. Miss G Browning. Miss Sallie Giles. Mr Butler, and the Harris Brothers A delightful recitation was ren dered by Mrs. Lucile McCaskell. Miss Gertrude Browning gave j piano solo, and little Miss SalL Giles also rendered a piano selec tion; while two vocal numb. 1 ! * were rendered by Mr. Butler an! the Harris Brothers Refreshments consisted "f lot and sandwiches, served in buffet style. Officers and members of the club include Mrs Alyce Fanrov. presi dent; Mrs. Alma Foster, vice presi dent Mrs Beatrice Walker, secre tary: Mrs Marie Williamson, cor responding secretary; Mrs Elen nor Games, treasurer; Mrs. Odes sa Shiflet. chairman of Sports Mrs Mary Robbins, chftlrman of Entertainment Com mittee; and Mrs Lucile MoCaskill I Current Topic Study Club The Current Topic Study Club met last Tuesday with Mrs L. Bowen, on Northville avenue Many members were present, also sever al guests. | The St Patrick's Day party.whlch was held at the lovely home of the president. Mrs. Rosa Gragg, wns 1 quite a success Some of the guesta present In ' eluded Miss Wilhemlna Smith. Mrs. Donovan. Mrs. Margaret Hawkins. Mrs. McFall, Mrs Entiminger SPARKLERS CLUB The Sparklers Club entertained their friends at the Melody Club. Sunday, March 27 The beautiful club was lilted to capacity. Members of the Sparklers Club were seated at a lovely table and an elaborate menu was served The vivacious young ladles who com pose the membership of the orga nisation. were gowned In the height of fashion. The popular Mrs. Janice Bpencer is president. Other mem bers are; Miss Gladys Carter. Mra. Norma Middleton. Miss Lillian Jas per. Mias Marlon Roblnon. Mist Mildred Clark, and Mrs Robinson One of the high lights of the evening wan the guest appearance of Mlsa Bunloe Wilson, recently returned from London ad Paris Her exquisite voice thrilled all I present Other attraction* Includ ed Toy and her four dancing tyo ettea: Wm Louie# Walker, popular singer, and Pork Cfcbpa. who cap-J Makes Airplane Trip m&mm ! m.... '-•»£|SS& .. Ami Mi** Kdua ilabile). popular of fice clerk and *ecretary of John Dolphin, Inc- of this city, who made an airplane trip t«* Wash ington over last week end. Mi** Dabney left Detroit last >atur day night and after visiting relative* und friend*, returned by plane Monday morning. In time to lie at her post of duty. She also brought tiack to the loeal firm two* order* for new Ford car*. tivated the audience with his inim table HlnKtnte; and dancing Friends congratulated the mem* l)**rs of the Sparklers Club. upon the hiucess of the swanky affair. North End Social Club Mrs. Addie Kimball was hostess to the North End Social And Art Club. Thursday. March 24. at the YWCA A record attendance was present and a full business session conducted Plans were continued for the popularity contest, and echoes from the City Association were read by the president. Mrs. M 1* Gill Mrs. Julia (larter. vice presi dent. is still 111 at her home on I.umpkin street A fine program was presented, featuring Miss Susie Walker. Mrs. Pearl Collins. Mrs. Charles C. Diggs, and Mrs. Annie L. Cook Mrs Essie Mcßride was a visit or. After the business period, the la- 1 die* retired to the dining room, where splendid luncheon was serv ed The next meeting will be on April 7. at the home of Mrs Re becca Perry. 2029 St Aubin street. DAINTYE MATRONS The Daintye Matrons Club met on March 31 at the home of Mrs. Leota Scott. 13438 Mitchell. The business session continued through one hour, after which the hostess served a delicious repast The next meeting will be with Mrs. Allen. 566 Owen, on April 14. at which time the birthdays of Miss Christine Barnett nnd Mrs. Odessa Johnson will he remember ed Mrs Leola Stott is president of .the club: Miss Barnett, secretary. Charmosette Club The Charmosette Club met with Mrs Evelyn Williams on April 1. The girls discussed plans for a party, to be given soon Following the business session, keno was played Mrs Florle Cooper cap tured the first prize. Miss Ada Boynns was absent on account of Illness In her family. The next meeting will he with Mis« Rachel Barns April 8 (tiarlene Frailer Is dub repor ter Q. S. J. STUDY CLUB The Q S J Study Club met on March 17. at the home of Mrs. R 1, Franklin. 5127 Vlnewood street. • After the business period, a dis cussion followed the topic being. "Somebody Is Following You The club met with Mrs. Jackson. 5350 Scotten avenue. Thursday. Mareh 24 The topic for discussion after the business hour was "Build ing Bridges." The meeting on March 31 was with Mrs Mary Herbin. 5328 Ban gor. The topic discussed was "Loyal." All the members partici pated The president. MYs Mahoney, is • visiting her father who Is 111 in I Jackson. Mich Members regret her absence from the club and hope [she may soon return. I Mrs Martnet. a former member of the club is 111. May she have a speedy recovery FLEMMING’S BEAUTY SHOPPE HhftMp«o I .31 Wart*ll M froqßlfßolo 71 ■males!* Arch •• M Hot oa (HiUMI SfeaaMr) .. M Dyoo •• U* ■mm OmO «•** I.M 47W HoOibw - Tjtar I4CK Our Motto “Lhro Amd Ut Uro" PAGE FIVE NEW ERA STUDY CLUB MEMBERS ' HONOR MATES The New Bra Study Club « nu t tallied their hublwnd* Saturday night March L'6. at a rout lime par ty at the home of Mr and Mrs Harry White. 604 Alger The house of the host was beautifully decorat ed with effects of spring The costumes worn were quite ingenious. Mrs Grimes was very lovely in her ‘gay ninety’ coatume also Mrs Roilie McMahan Mrs Roecoe Ivwis was dressed as Mae West Mrs Henry Overton simu luted lovely Sylvia Sidney The guests were Intrigued by B M .Norris in his Bing Crosby cos tume (he even crooned i; Mrs Nor ris us Stella Dallas Mrs J A Sparks as Louise Fuzenda. and Mrs. Thomas Malone Members and guests present in cluded Mr and Mrs Fred Denoe Mr and Mrs. Theo White. Mr and Mrs O Parrish. Hr. and Mrs James Henderson. Mr. and Mrs Prentiss Walker. Dr J H Sparks R McMahan. R. C Lewis. Dr Tbos Malone. Henry Overton. H Wlilte. and Waddy Grimes Avery enjoyable evening was spent in dancing and playing cards A delicious lunch was served AL(M»)IOl,IHN ACCIHOTs "The two most foolish and also dangerous people there are may be named as the hit and run and drunken drivers The hit and run offender is bud but his act may sometimes be ac counted for. The drunken driver’s (rime is never excusable He is always a menace to society He calls drink ing having fun or keeping up with the times but it only brings trag edy and sorrow to everyone in volved. In most accidents of any kind one will find that alcohol is pre sent. Just think of all the things we have to -contend with, and of them alcohol is the dht andn us ually the hardest to conquer. It is often said that cars and alcohol In a man do not mix: I be lieve If people would apply this rule, there would be a great de crease in traffic accidents and deaths caused by them. Alcohol la a devil in Itself and la one more form of a narcotic. Alcohol can drag a man from the peak of society down to be a dis reputable character. It la not all alcohols fault. It is man's too. He does not use his brain when drinking.Heouly thinks of the fun he’s haying. The thought never comes to his mind of bow many deaths he might cause 1 know no one would want a murder on his hands hot the thought of some mangled body. ! crippled for life on his conscience To be perfectly safe, never take the first drink.” (Essex Munson. 5542 Hastings. 9th Grade. Garfield School: winner In Speaking Contest.! o Mrs. Martin, Hostess At Surprise Party Mr* Leah Martin. 1346 Gratiot avenue, wan the gracious hostea* at. a surprise party, given at ne. home. Sat. April 2. in honor of Mrs. Anna M Jones, on her "J --turn from Hot Springs, where she spent a month’s vacation, and also in honor of the birthday of Mr* Alice Yancy. All present declared Mrs. Marti i a wonderful hostess and found 1' hard to Bay “good-by. when it wi time to depart for their homes Particular Women Ge To MADAM LULU’S BEAUTY SALON Whsr* Thor Glee Expert Treatment by Beauty Specialist* In — ■arcellfat. Cvrttnf, Player Wavto* ■aaleartat A Creyalgus U Wavlat Try Oar Special GUARANTEED HAIR QROWHR liSia Lola’s BtouOj talea MO 1 roroet An.< near BeooMeo Tempi# 1-0404 BEAUTY SCHOOL Wo aot oblj pr*Boro job to paoo tko HMUbbb Mot* Board. k «t ■» propar* job to oam b llrtap. tpptot tMiwitm *na '