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p|! o |ii| >|^| RECITAL FEATURING STUDENTS OF CHARLE SETTA FAVORS HELD I A piano recital featuring the students of Charlesetta Favors was held Thursday, August 20 at 8 p. m. at the First Colored Bap tist church, Fifth and Jefferson. Each participant on the program played his part well and was en joyed by an appreciative audi ence. o » Rev. Charles Favors, pastor of the Firsts Colored Baptist church, returned to the city last week and on last Sunday preached two soul-stirring sermons to a waiting congregation. Reverend Favors officiated at the funeral services of Mr. John Buchanan at Oak mills, Kan. Rev. E. J. Jacobs, state missionary of the Paradise Missionary Baptist convention oc cupied the pulpit the Sunday Rev erend Favors was away and on Wednesday night Rev. E. C. Can non, vice-president of the state convention, preached an inspiring sermon to an appreciative audi ence. TABORIANS TO MEET Pride of Arizona Temple No. 2, Knights of Tabor, will begin meet ing twice a month due to the fil ing of application by prospective members who are anxious to join the order. It has been the cus tom of the temple to hold only one meeting a month during the summer. Tuesday, August 25, at 8 p. m. the second meeting of the month will be held at the Ma sonic Temple. Every Sir Knight is expected to be present. p - BILLIKENS FROLIC ON ANNUAL PICNIC Phoenix Billikens held their an nual picnic on the spacious lawn at the home of the president, Miss Leta Mae Davis, 1340 East Madi son street, last Saturday, August 15. The latest and most popular games were played. The Billikens frolicked to their satisfaction af ter which oodles of refreshments were served. The Billikens left looking forward to the 1934 an nual picnic with great anticipation. o Mrs. J. E. Bradford, wife of Reverend Bradford, pastor of the Tanner chapel, A. M. E. church, returned to the city after spend ing a very pleasant vacation vis iting relatives and friends. Mrs. Bradford visited her mother, fa ther and other relatives in Min neapolis, Minn. Other cities visit ed were St. Paul, Minn., Kansas GJity, Kans., and Kansas City, Mo. Topeka. Many courtesies were extended to Mrs. Bradford, she having met quite a number of her schoolmates who were overjoyed to see here again. Misses Annie Mae Bryant, Mabel Slaughter are spending their va cations on the coast. Miss Bryant is a teacher at Mesa and Miss Slaughter at Miami. Little Miss Catherine Usury accompanied them and will remain with her mother who has been there for several weeks. “Go west, Phoenicians, go west,” seems to be the slogan this month, since several motor parties have hit the highway for the coast. Mr. John Credille and mother, Mr. Louise Pete, Mr. Frad Mack, and Miss Dorothy Jones left Fri day night, August 14, for Los An geles to spend the week-end. Another motor party made up FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AUGUST 21 AND 22 —TWO BIG FEATURES— "The Cyclone Kid" with BUZZ BARTON A Thrilling Action Western also "Hitch Hike Lady” with ALISON SKIPWORTH AND MAE CLARKE A Fast-Moving Comedy Drama also “ADVETNURES OF TARZAN” SERIAL AND NEWS "Yellow Dust" with RICHARD DIX AND LEILA HYAMS An exciting drama of early Cali fornia, also "The Case of the Lucky Legs" with WARREN WILLIAM AND PATRICIA ELLIS A Rib-Tickling Detective Picture also "THE HURRICANE EXPRESS” SERIAL AND NEWS THE ARIZONA GLEAM of Dr. Crump and mother, Mrs. Wm. P. Crump, Ira Oneal, jr., Mrs. Katie Simmons, and Mr. Lloyd Dicked, left last week for Los An geles. Mrs. Simmons had been visiting Mrs. Foster at 800 East Washington. Dr. Crump and Mr. Dickey are joining their families who have been on the coast all summer. Mr. Charles Fish headed another vacation group/ in the persons of Mrs. Earnest Walker and Mr. Frank Oneal. Mr. Fish will join Mrs. Fish, who is vacationing in the northern part of California. Miss Wilma Wise is visiting relatives in Los Angeles and other Notice to Phoenix Telephone Subscribers with numbers under 3-9999 inclusive * -r JhfL <Yhw Vrbdhmi ofc. &swjdsi)iinq~ Jsih&JwnjL (BUJLdu iiu Thaw £ss.odth)SL 4- PLEASE BE SURE to read the notice en closed with your telephone bill which you will receive soon. It explains the charges covered by that statement and brings your telephone bill up to date. THE BILL INTRODUCES the new method of rendering telephone bills as originally explained in the notice accompanying your August 1 bill. In the Future for Numbers under 3-9999 Inclusive, Telephone Bills Will Be Dated The 21st of Each Month We will be glad to answer any questions or give any additional information you desire. Just Call Our Business Office Please Read the Notice Enclosed with Your Bill THE MOUNTAIN STATES TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. points on the coast. Mr. R. A. Lee, principal of the high school, and wife have re turned from a month’s vacation in Los Angeles. Mr. Floyd Easter, editor of the “Around and About’ column of The Arizona Gleam, left Tuesday for Tucson to enter the Southern Pacific hospital for treatment. Mrs. Carry Greene, 937 West Grant street, is reported very ill. Mrs. Greene suffered a paralytic stroke last Friday. Miss Gertrude Dixon, 1241 East Madison, is visiting on the coa’st.