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2146 St* Antoine Street, Comer Columbia—Clifford 2924
Eyes 0n... ... Young Detroiters Hjr UKAYCL THOMAS Well friends. and readers, here I ,ni again after an enjoyable ' fk of social activities. Here and ,l, e re visitors hall from everywhere Hrre arc the rcsulta: At the State Fair with Benny Goodman and hts orchestra Sept. 5. ,ho following members or our j.fi were seen doing their usual routine of Jltterbugglng: Elizabeth Turner, Alvin Qillard, Arnold Thomas, Lois Brown, Way man Bowen, Anne Bussell. Hazel Jackson. Percy Jacks. Marrian Steward. Mildred Lindsay. Joe Green, t leo Johnson, Willie Her- 1 r ,.U, Velma Bowen. Cornelius flood win, Chick and Milton Green- 1 ley. and. Mary Berry. Dorothy Everett gave a birthday party last week at her home, and, the following were seen having a; good time: Jovall, Alice and William Bher-i rill. Richard Vaughn, Sam Taylor, and Hazel Edwards. On the Great Lakes picnic ride to Tashmoo last Monday were: l.ula Garrison, Leola Garrison, Robert Thomas, Cornelius Gilmore, Roosevelt Stevens, Ella Nan Gil more. Frances Williams, Otis Moore Helen Williams. Helen Lewis. Eli zabeth Patton. Coy Clemons. Char les Thrower, Elmer McMillen, Gil bert Jackson. Isabella Dickson, Sve Jackson, and others. The Citizens' Federation club gave their second dance at May fair ballroom. Sunday, featuring Van Mosely and Jim Davenport. Those there were: fleorge Brown. Eugene Hall, Anne Russell. Hazel Jacks. Cleo Johnson, Man-lean Stewart, Mildred l.lndssy, Percy Jacks, Percy Jack sin. William Halley. James Simms, Rennie Adkins. Susie Manton. Hat 's Sanaster. Joe Green. Ray Wln ihest.t William Mcßryde, Clyde floss. Edward Lanlng, Daisy Shaw, Fred Tolson, Betty Williams, Elsie Kelley, Robert Carter. Mary .Har ris Joe Bridges, Hattie Foster, Fred Wallace, <"nra Holcomb. Buddy Vin etit. William Lindsey, Leßoy Walton, John Taylor. George Hill, William Ellington. Robert Lewis, Ernie Gilliam. Charles Alanlc. Walter Horrell. Jack Redlce. •Hmc« Brown. Lillian. Helen, and Bsvhl Pitts, Mr. and Mrs. Green. Howard Alfred Hill. Billy Joe, Har ilson Wilcox, Charles Henderson, F j *> N>Uon, Robert Guy. Fannie Harris, Ella Harris. Leona Cook. John f Playboy) Poindexter, Jimmy f>ort Jnan Williams. Benny Beau gtiard. Sam Wilson, and others. Hally Cast club of SI. Matin De Pmv* Catholic church, gave s dance last Wednesday, aud among Comln* To Detroit’s Leading Beauty Shops HOLLYWOOD MAKE-CP MEN Who Will Give You An Attractive Fa/e LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE Tt»« Easiest Road To Suocoos a*-.’ ' Indopondatice. SPECIAL LOW SUMMER RATES A Class es Bee. Dew Kradastes Save *SO Now! ENROLL AT BEE-DEW BEAUTY COLLEGE Men, Women and Girls Take Advantage of the Lowest Prices Ever Offered. TERMS AS YOU DESIRE Day or Night Classes - Full or Part Time Personal Instruction Learn by Doing Actual ork ASK FOR Ol'R FREE ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET “THE OPEN POOR” BEE-DEW BEAUTY COLLEGE 703 E. Forest Are., Dept. 2 Club News thobe there were; Charles Dickson, Lois Carrington. Eddie Harris. Jenetta Carrington, Robert Tho mas, Cornelia Gilmore, Roosevelt Stevens, Eddie Watkins, Ells Nan Gilmore, Frank Cobb, Mary Jane Taylor, Norman Oden, Anne Oil more. Arnold Thomas, Eugene Fos ter. Catherine Curtis* Roosevelt Ynncy. Frances Turner. Eddie Hall. Lllllam Farrow, and others. Following the boat ride last Monday, several of the groups went to the get-acquainted party on In verness avenue, and seen there were Ida Mae Flanagan, Lucille Rosqsond, Lula Garrison, Roy Wil son, Eddie Watkins, Talford Wat kins, John Tally. This And That The Rev. and Mrs. Joe Mosely, of 17488 Mitchell avenue, have re turnsd from a trip to Indiana. Anne Russell Is jubilant about her job at Sidney's restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Green, of Colum bus. 0., are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Blount, of Hendricks avenue. Lillian, Helen and David Fitts, are the house guests of George Wil liams and Lee Tidwell. New York. Pretty Isabella Dickson left last week for a visit with her sister In Chicago. She was second prize win ner in the YMBC contest. Jimmy Williams returned to 'he city recently from s trip to Chi cago where he visited relatives and friends. Personals 'l,ols and Sally Hand. The writer thinks you have excellent person alties. Congratulation* to my dear pal, Hazel Jackson. Her eighteenth na tal day. Jlmmv Williams, please contact the writer at 17130 Arlington ave nue. Pretty Doris Harp and Joe Steele will speak their marriage vows Sept. 16. In Ohio. The bride has been featured with many of the shows. The NAACP Youth Councils postponed their "yump" dance un til a later date. Arnold Thomas. Waynian Bow en. Betty Banks, and Phyllis motor ed to the peach festival In Romeo, last Thursday. Jimmy Simms, please get In touch with me at 17180 Arlington. Very important. Congratulations to lovely Laura Lee Hall, the winner of the YMRC contest, the first prize being a trip to the World's Fair. The MGBB will give another program during the latter part of the mouth. With best wishes, your wilier of Eves On Young Detroit ers. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES t . . .. . , . •J 7 * t t .. Vi.-: Hearer makes (lie yoke of tills rent designed mr the small or laruer figure. The sleeve* and body of the nml lire In a grey wool, hark, trout and sleeves being- earlrldire pleated onto the yoke. I lie turban like hat is really a skulleup hitting well down over the hack Lewis Graduate Wins Promotion* On Staff Os Bakery Company mIBr MUs Mary Alley Payiie. 542 Kllot street, Detroit, Miehlgan. a product of the Lewis Business college, of Indianapolis, Ind. has been em ployed by the Detroit branch of the New York Hell Bakeries. Inc., the Phyllis Wheatley Bread company, branch No I Miss Payne was employed early in April by the Phyllis Wheatley ItrPHfl company. and received a pro motion with an increase in salary In .time, as a result of her compe tent and efficient service. Miss Payne, although a resident of the city only a short while, is a member of the Hooker T Washing ton Trade association, and Kbe nrzer AMK church The Lewis Ftasine.ss college prides Itself on being able to pro duce Better stenographers and bookkeepers. The la'wls Business college is located right here In Detroit. 1712 W. Warren avenue, featuring Inten sive dirert courses )n specialized business training Any ambitious person who wish es to qualify for a higher place may enroll. There are no examinations, no delays Manv persons have al ready registered for tne rati Term beginning Sept. 25, the school of fice reports. Informal ion about the courses, classes. cost of tuition etc. ran be secured without obligation, by rill- In* In nerson at the school office, 4712 W. Warren, or telephone Tyler 5 ?f>s7 Only specialized training can lit you for your position. THE DETROIT TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1939 Fall Fashions For Mi-Lady «f the bond with a large Iww decoration of Us brown ante lope in the front. Tlx* hair Is of brown mibt-lopc. cartridge pleated lit ihc top. vsitli n broad linso. mid for n rbnnge, n vcr.v short strnp. Full Jacket nntl wool dress . , . nn unbeatable combination for nil. curly win- Mrs. S. Woodfork Sings In Boston Mrs. S. Liberia Woodfork. of Dc iroit. who has been studying In Hus ton tliis summer, represented the Detroit Musicians association on the Branch Nlgfht program, at the National Negro Musicians. She sang the Waltz Song from Gounod’s “Romeo and .lullet" and vv,i.- en thusiastically applauded. Mrs. Lillian K. Johnson, al»o of Detroit- reported for the DMA at the business session of the con vention. concerning the presenta tion of the Detroit Negro Opera, and the exhibit of Opera group pic tures. press notices and programs. The reports were received with keen interest. Harlem Eight Club Tile Harlem Kight Social club met at the home of Mrs. (trace, 350* Brush street, all members being present. The president pre sided. Plans were made for the c'uh’s ham dance, to he given Nov. 1. Reception Given To Kansas City Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. CrofT. (>"lo White wood avenue, entertained Wednesday evening at a reception in honor of Rev and Mrs. Sam uel Bacotc and daughters. Misses Lucille and Melba Racote. of Kan sas City. Mo. Approximately 150 guests were present. •Tollv Strollers Group Back From Vacation Several members Os Jolly Strol lers club No. 2. recently returned from a p|oa«nnt vacation spent In New York City The party, who made the trip hv a chartered flrey hound hits, attended the New York World's Fair. Klka oarade and hall md made manv sight-seeing tours. Those ipeluded In the party were Mr. and Mrs. Walter nates. Mr. p,, d Mrs. FV-nk Rcmlvert, Mr and Mrs IT C McKinney. Mr. and Mrs fl. P Mrptiffle, Mr and Mrs. Wm. MHrtlnee, Mrs Rslne Savoy, Mil dred Johnson. Anns James. Rosa Murphy. Augustus Re!l. Audrey Wheeler. Sofa Dumas. Bertha Wil liams. Futie Peonies, floloms White. RosJ Steward Jessie CnHteti. Wal ter Rllev, Johanna Watts, Ben Williams Alfonso Foster, Buford 'nd- rson. Al’en Ravninm) and the club's very efficient nurse, Mrs. Mae Hall. '**>mber* plan to sp a nd their vs eeDon next rear In California Walter Pates Is president; Mil dred Johnson. 5274 23rd street, re porter. ter and next spring. The jacket is of wolf, uiid will serve as well for evening ns II does here over a forest green dress which Is certain to bring out the high-lights In a copper skin. The hnt here Is of soft felt with a small brim and high crushed crown. FASHIONETTE By Him L. GRIGGS For A Iff Gel Set To Go To College Exciting days ahead! And many of you are busy assembling college wardrobes for that most important first year un the campus. Many others arc returning to school, and are equally enthusiastic about the fashion end of It. yf course you know that sweaters and skirts are the order of the day on most cam puses. that a hooded coat is a “must" for 1939 football games, that you will wear lots of socks, and that barretts and hair hows are perky tutd popular. In plan ning your wardrobe, however, don't slip on the little details, which are so important. Remember to include plenty of hose of different degrees of sheer ness for your varied activities. A two-thread hose, which is lovely for wear with afternoon frocks, can be wrecked by one day of walking during registration. Three and four-thread weight are best for campus wear. And walking on campus requires smooth, well fit ting hose and nice straight seams. Your potential best beau may be trailing you. you know. Crooked storking seams can mar the most carefully selected ensemble. This nlso goes for down-trodden shoe heels. Gloves, too. are ini|tortant. The fabric and doeskin washables are nice because they can he kept fresh, and your fuzzy rabbit's hair or angora mittens, also, will need frequent tubbings, especially if they are perenlally popular white Blouses and collar and cuff sets ere other essentials which add to the costume If kept crisp and fresh. So much for the important little j details, and now for some head-j liner fashion news Gabardine is the outstanding new material for casual college clothes, und Is bring shown In some real eamrns dresses and shirt and skirt sets. These outfits are trim and smart enough to rate you an A-plus in campus chic. The colors, too are grand plum, bright red. Robin Hood green and burnt sugar. to nime j few The newest fashion on the sweat-1 er front is » cardigan type model with suede vestce front o* bright color romhlnntlon* blue, wine end gofd. green, brown and hnff end many others This attractive little number, neenlng ont from vntir casual roat. will give lots of ''oomph** to your first appearance on campus. Parents Fete Clayton Allen On Birthday A surprise birthday party was given In honor or Clayton Alien. Thursday night. Aw*. 31. by bis Pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Alim, at their home. nflnt llequlndrc street. It wai .1 Hiirptl-i part) in which the honarer w.i* truly surprised. By previous arrangement. Clayton was aent on nti errand and when he returned, he found the home bril liantly lighted and a number of friends present to greet hint and wish him "Happ> birthday." The guests enjoyed the evening (laming to vlctrola recordings. B«- tween dances the young people were generously served with Ire cream, cake and punch. Some of the guests played several game- of cards. Mr. and Mrs. Allen were in a Joyful mood on the oei asion of their son's nineteenth birthday Clayton received .« number of handsome and useful gifts. Among the guests In nltendine** were: Alice fioodwin. Muriul Wil liams. Ann (loins. Mildred Craw ford. Evelyn Hill. Florence Curry. I.ucilte Perry, Clara Perry. Mary Teasley, Marlene Moore, Clement (loins, doe Thomas. Clinton John son. Jayne Thomas. Salma \V t kins, Richard Snowden, Dan Alex ander. Leonard llogerbook. Eugene Humphrey. Edith Hall. Anne Rus sell, Ruth Jackson. Irma Brow der. John Marvel, Jesse llogerbook and many more. Members Os YMBC Entertained In The Grayce Thomas Home >lin* (Irayce Thomas whs hos tess to tlir Young Men'* Business flub last Friday in hoi lowly homo on Arlington avenue. Mi«* Thomas' father. C ('. Thomas, is manager of the olu.li which recent ly sponsored a popularity contest. The house was rlmrmlingly de oorated with fresh cut fl • : « some embellishing the renter of the table. The queen of the Y.Mll' and winner of first prize in tin popularity contest a trip to tin World's Fair, MKs Laura I Hull. was anions the gm-sts. Also Isa bella Dickson, winner of second prize, a candid camera, and Mi.-s Maggie t'otton. winner of third prize, cosmetic set. The affair was sentl-fornifll. and the officers and their guest* were a follows - Roosevelt Yntifey. record ing second, and Miss I.inia Lee Hull; Willie Marsh, v|ci»-p; **sld< til. and Miss Marie Aster; Robert Tit*' ntas, financial secretary, and Miss Valerie Smyth; Kugcne Fo-ter. treasurer, and Ida Warren; F-ran cU Turner, president; Joe Nowell, second vice-president; Major Wind ham. Dave Love, Norman Oden, Robert Williams. Lois Harp, ('ha - les Dickson. Sally Harp. Mattie McKinley, Arnold Thomas, Phyllis Banks. Mt. Clemens; Wayne Bow en ..Betty Banks. Mt cietnens; Richard Vaughn. Eddie Mall. Lil lian Farrow. A J. Cooper, Maxi ito Dickson, Catherine Carter. Buddy Jackson, Kena Jackson. Kish Thomas. Emma Jean Banks. Mt Clemens. Youth Councils Plan Program For Winter The Detroit Youth Councils of the NAACP announce that they have completed their summer tiro gram ntul are preparing for thr fall' and winter activities. The North End council i-lom-iI its summer activities with a va ried pr’gram including a qiic«tion alre on Negro history, musical m lections on the piano by M‘.«s l*li::a --beth Kn'-Vwo. vocal accompaniment' by Arthur R. George Jr.: oration. John Hall, follownl by a ocial gathering. The North Detroit youth council is making plans for it« third an nual “fellowship" dinner, to he held in October. The date and place will he announced later. The Birdhurst youth council's Housing committee, directed by Haywood Richardson, is complet ing a housing survey, to determine "hat can he done to improve hous ing conditions in the s-Mile road area. The Highland Park council, ac cording to Stanley Evans, will re sume regular meetings, during the week of Sept. 11. The Citizens committee, it Is stated, is making rapid progress in an effort to make the Gloster Cur rent “farewell" dinner H highlight of the social season. Tickets are now on sale. The dinner will I*> given Friday night Sept. 15 at Lucy Thurman YWCA A splendid program for the din ner is being prepared, under the supervision of Mrs Irwin, dietician for the Board of Education. Mrs. Partlow Fetes Missouri Visitor Mrs Minnie Partlow, 552 Colum bia street, was hostess at a dinner «t her home Wednesday. August 30. In honor of Mrs. Amanda Pink ston. of Kansas City. Mo. who was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bertha Burrell. 290 Vernor highway Mrs. Partlow served an elabo rate menu. The dessert consisted or delicious home-made ice cream snd rake. Guests present Included live hon-' oree, Vr» Amanda Pinkston- Mrs l- W. 'jerrell. Mrs. Wilson. Mrs Clir* Banks, who accompanied Mrs Pinkston, and Mrs B Burrell mil (tear watching he laiw** tiny will >tep out to mail) different affairs, ami are very flat tering. Aside from thou** attached to dresses or coals there are lots of separate hoods Jersey ones for daytime. velvet and net eomblna lions for evening, and all in heav -1 only colors. C/u6 iVeu?* Back From Visit **fct A * * ■■ ■*"• "'* ■<■-' ' C j Mr*’. Minnie Kritl. of Detroit, who lia« r«'turn«•<! home alter a >Mt In New \ork anil other Mi'ti'rn points. She reports Inn Ini: liail a pleasant trip anil esp«*i*ia|l> enjoyed tli«- iKil to Tin* World's Fair. I’adin t It) anil other show plaees in New \ ork. New York Visitor Is Honored By Club Mi - Marie Joshua. of TANARUS« •>. New N'• ■ ;-k. Ijoti.-** uue-t of hep bro ther ami -ister. Mr. ami Mr* Hu tu 11 Toy. K W l ll i«tree\ wa ttle kiici-' of • h*- Silk Hat lloost* is club of K 1 or finer Amn Temple No 17. at tlo r< -l«l«Uee of Mi- Mae Kill. Tuesday (veiling Tlie ho.tv-i. Mr Klli-, M>rvrd an elftboi ntt buffet lam at om Hi lUk> amt whi-t w.r.* nature- of th. evening Mr- Joshua burner Detroi'er. I.h ruler i t Victoi Temple No T4l*. in Troy, .V V Those preiient a* the affair were Mr-. Katherine Wriuht, .Mi - Fan nie So,.a, Drola Cilisoii, Klfzabelli Wil-on. Nhia Preston. l.iiellle Jones, lajr.v Rryant, Catherine Scott. Huby Slior ami Mr-. C Patterson, of Portsmouth. Ontario. Detroiters Regale De 1 ewa r e Girl Mr aml Mr-. Kdwa'd Hickor-oa. tlellphtfill fart well party in bon er of Mi-- Hrtniee Dickerson of Wilmington. Deleuare, la-t w.«k. T'le Picker-on home was beautl fully decorated amt an elaborate tlietiii wa- served M -S Ili ker.-on. Who reeentll re turned home, was the cm-t o' h<". f til. I-. Charles Ha ker-on. of It: u-h Tlto.-e at »],,> party were V W ! .*’ t. 1,-on Merritt, (ieriiiide I!: wil ing. (ienei at MePltl fee, I!;i Z . tin.nk> i. A1 ni.i Ma 11e 11 , ’.n i i z 1 m ■ h Patton. \n - drew Stark-. Ceneral MrCuli. i- Itorothy Uuark-r. J.--e |.:«htfoot .Inattita Y<>tinc. Alberta Kishtfoot. Way man Ulvern. Ka rl Redmond. Anthony (Juarker and nuni. rou.- Coming To Detroit's Id B. .tuts S : >p« 1101.1. V llllOlt Illkl I I* Ml \ Wile W:1 (live ■• i \•; A' ■, :i ■ ■ I' r^7 ,GHTER v <t2LSKIN!” at wB * Mgy \ famous Nadinola Bleaching Cream 1 i Simply smooth tHi* fragrant cre.irtl * \ on every night. No rubbing, no rnas- K sag mg Unlike moit cream*. Nadinola j speeds up the natural process of exfo liation —bleaches the skin to a lighter wouldn't believe it now. but shade, loosens blackheads, clears up In few months ago my skin was so surface pi; •,/.rs and other rrrrsnsH dark, coarse and oily I was ashamed. caused blemishes. Soon you'll see a My mother said l was foolish to keep marvelous improvement, trying remedies But I refused to give v . , , up hope! I rend an 'ad' in the paper ■ ““ l LOSS. •bout Nadinoia Crrnm. That night i Money-Back Guarantee began u«mg it. Soon my akin got - M .. ... n . . . , w. . • r * Oet Nadinola today But be ture you aofter and lighter to that I forgot all . .tn •_ aJ. » . 4 , . . V get genuine Nadinola! Don t truat about my pa»t diMppointment* Noth- • , . . . . t > Z % . _ your loveliness to any unknown nub mg else make. . *o"t»rvy a. a E crnt pav for Natli . gloriously beautiful skins noU „ refurHled if you* ,*,» full, Let Nadinola Help You « t, * fird Al dru « • t «r- 50c— large money saving sue, >I.OO. Famous besulies preserve their love liness because they take infinite <m|>c. i Andi« frequently isn t a bit t 1,11 1 K 1 ■ k 1 1I111» 111 HI LB r\.l\ Kiri to 1,.f :,lkf Ol I l I*l “ a WiJ PAGE FIVE SPONSORS BEGIN A SI,OOO DRIVE FOR NURSERY Tuc Hour*] of Dirccto: sos l'tft**r pan nursery. of tbi*» «it>. in co operation with a group of intere-t --(ij t iflzf ti - !ir.vc ffirti'**»| • *>m in it i «•• • i o (/c|n«lu<:t a 11, t'W #ul»* fjcrlptlnn campaign tor the nursery. Th** ci )i% l • opened of tifi;i l |y on September <» and will close S« ; i< m hi*! I*7 with a dam*' at a local ballroom The roimnlMK* s 'll* is th*' aid of *ll * Inin h*>. liix inl < ivio and fraternal group* to <■ w*perate with th* tit in ilie campi'cm ■ Tile Pet* r Pan tint-sen , < id f.*\ str<‘* i. is located on p operiy which Is bring pur*. hn-e«| hy the Hoard of Director* |* has ho* n Inrnrimnited by the Pt.vc of M ch ic m as a non-profit co-operative Institution. I’roc* c*ls from the uuh scvlfit lons will he iis***l to Mippl? sc'i ■'.*: '-hips f*>r t'::'dretl whoso parents are financially unable to *in oil th*'tn lit th*- nur-ery. and [f >r th. general maintain o of the school i ' . Sponsor* nmioiimp that each fier-on i-thser'hing will bo ciy-on two admittance tick*-'>- to the lat.ro. An award will he c von the vnutli who .»*d|- the '.antes! num lt**r of M)hsrrip|lnris A f|ie<»n will llkrwi-e lie e: owtn*f| Kflch.touth and cluh i.* rwiuested to -elect a young woman to rim for t| nee it. The ijiji en will he crowned m the night of tin dance Tl» - hon or will go t.» the (lull or council •hat secures the larco-i amount of Mihwriptions. Among tile ration* eoninilftep h*-olw in ’he campaign arc: Mrs. Mattie Mr.iw it. director; Mr- I>>ona Uieli* \. general chairman; Mr-, ronteilu Multi*, trcjMircr; Mis. Neill,. Morris financial rerti'.irv; Mi- Snowden Wiliam*, special gif* commute. : Miss 1. at!*e Hen ■i M- Rettfa W co-chairmen special gft < otnmlt tee; Mis- K<t|»er flanda’l voinh <ha i-tiian: M > K\. !y n 1*.,.- k* Kd ward Sw ann Mr Slnitn*. • o i hair men o:t arrangement -: Walter Hwusej, rnptiiin <)’„ rmitn; Hetty Soke- Swann and Mis- Krliel fhilrU. ic charge of crowtiinf S*'!lio nf th** rftptjif:* ipi'ltd* 1* >y M'>od> Sadie Ram.-ev. Klain# Stewart, Mary Smith. Gladys House, rrnntes l.w.nard. Itor Mn Chad well. A-liirv t ain i lin opill mi, It'ro'hv T’etiick. Martha p.cr.n, 1’- nice W'd--. Jennie Sweet. Rw, n dolytt Thompson. Wafer -o' .Mi - .1 <' Z.r. pt>. Until W. ' h tJeoree Heath. Mrs Ca-ner rnd Fine?' Marshall Wedding Party Feted At Dinner On Sunday Mr* A berry Johnson, -.f this cl *J. W - It'iSter.s rt I, da! ('.in ner c.ien her h -no Sn: ~n at J pm. in honor of Mr and Mr*, Samuel liel.auithter and their hndu! attendants ' Afo : the gu. s-* greeted thy He- I-.itlßhters. who wee rec'ttt’T married. M -- 1. mise Mil! wntip Kx p'li.'llv For You" HPd “It's Funny To Kveryone Bu' Me." Mr- (Rady's John-oil played the piavo -•lec tion “Tlie World l.- M alt ins For San \lt if 1 y j • t wltieh i\, vone thoroughly enjoy ed.