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| Personal, Local and Society News|
By R. L. S., Society Editor t|
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Spring Bonnets Here
Madame O. G. Howard, proprietor j
of the Mary Frances Elite Shop at 17 I
South Fifth avenue, announces the
arrival of (he latest treat ions in
ladies’ spring hats. These hats were
designed for Easter and you are in
vited to come now’ and select vour
Easter bonnet while the stock is com
Mock Trial March 11th
Birthday Surprise Party
Last Saturday evening,, February
12th, Mrs. A. R. Smith, wife of the
managing editor of the Tribune, gave
a delightful surprise party in honor of
her husband's 37th birthday. It hap
pened on Saturday night, his busiest
night, and he was taken completely by
surprise. A number of friends were
present to join in. the merriment,
which lasted until 11:30 o’clock.
Dainty refreshments were served and
Keep Off The Date, March 11th
Visitors From Ray
Mr. and Mrs. Mose Davis and Mrs.
Chester Maryland of Ray. Arizona, are
visitors in the city. Mrs. Davis under
went an operation this week at St.
Joseph’s hospital and is now out of
It's Great, Try It!
Help those who help you. Patronize
Tribune advertisers and you can’t go
Dunbar Club Meet
Ladies of. the Dunbar club will meet
February 24th with Mrs. H. H. Rice
at 38 North Eleventh street. All mem
bers urged to attend.
S. I. A. Club Meet
Ladies of the S. I. Club met this
week with Mrs. Larue Moore at the
home of Mrs. T. J. White, 612 South
Third avenue and held a very interest
ing meeting. The next meeting will
be with Mrs. Ennis Bell, 446 East
Madison street.
Wedding Bells Ring
Last Saturday evening. February
12th, Mrs. Gabie Buie and Mr. Charlie
Brow’n were quietly married at the
bride's home, 822 East Jefferson
street, by the Rev. T. J. Sanford, pas
tor of the A. M. E. church. Only the
necessary witnesses were present.
The bride is well and favorably known
in Phoenix, having been a resident of
this city the past five years, coming
here from Hot Springs, Arkansas.
The groom is a rancher, having lived
in the valley a number of years, com
ing to Mesa from Oklahoma. After
February 26th the newlyweds will be
at home to their friends at 822 East
Jefferson street.
Mrs. Williams Entertains
Last week Mrs. N. M. Williams en
tertained with a whist party 5 at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Rose. 215
North Ninth street." Among those
present were: Mrs. Martha Jones,
Mrs. S. E. Stacks, Mrs. A. McCloud,
Mrs. Ida Thomaton, Mr. and Mrs. Le
roy Essex, Mr. and Mrs. S. N. City,
iHary iffranrrß lElih' g>huy
New Clowns Created Old Gowns Made Now
Fashionable Dressmaker and Milliner
, !
17 South sth Avenue Phoenix, Arizona
i Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Law’rence, Miss I
j Carrie Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. N. M. j
j Williams. In progressive whist, the I
prize was carried away by Miss Car-j
rie Kemp. Out of four games to be !
1 playe in ten minutes for each, Miss
Kemp made 23 points in tjie four!
games. At a late hour the hostess ]
. served a dainty lunch that was en-!
joyed by all.
To California
' Mrs. J. R. Robinson of 712 East j
Jefferson street left this week for |
California, where she will remain for j
an indefinite time. She hopes to im- j
: prove her health by the change.
To Tucson
Mrs. Emma Joseph of Tucson, who i
arrived last, week to attend the funeral j
of Mr. Jolip Williams, returned this
week o her home in Tucson. While i
here she was the house guest of Mrs.
’ | John Williams, 915 South Seventh j
' avenue.
i We wish to thank our friends for
j their sympathy and kindness during
j the illness and death of our husband
and uncle, William Pace, who de
parted this life February 6th, 1921. j
|j We also wish to thank you for the
beautiful floarl offerings.
Mrs. Lizzie Pace, wife;
Mr. Arthur Dickerson, nephew.
, Bible School Established
There will be a Bible school open
|to the general public for instruction
in the scriptures, conducted and |
' j taught by Rev. J. D. Pettigrew at i
the Antioch Baptist church. 21 East
i Madison street, upstairs, every Sun-
L ! day afternobn from 3 to 5 o'clock.
Beginning Sunday. February 20th,
classes will he held each Sunday at
this church and everybody is invited.
I The instruction is free. Come and
; | bring your bible.
i We desire to thank the many i
- ] friends who so kindly remembered I
II us during the illness and death of 1
! j our husband and father, Lyiton Book- 1
; er, who departed this life on Febru
: ary 5, 1921. We also wish to thank
I you for the beautiful floral offerings.
■ j Mrs. Annie Booker, wife,
■! Mrs. Verge Alexander, daughter
Big Revival Meeting
• i Beginning Sunday, February 20th,
> and lasting at least ten days, a big
. I revival meeting will be held at the
i j Church of God in Chris' M'h and
t Madison streets. All ciders, tlieir j
; ! congregations and the general public j
. i cordially invited to attend these meet-)
1 | ings. L. L. Britton, pastor; residence 1
- j 1207 East Jefferson street,
r | Coterie Club Activities
;■ 1 Ladies of the Coterie club met last I
t [ week at the home of Mrs. Wat. Shan- I
1 non, 607 South 4th avenue and each |
member responded to ilie roll call"
-1 w’ith au appropriate quotation. After
3 the regular business of the club, the
31 hostess serve d a delicious lunch son
3 that was enjoyed by all. On Friday
afternoon, February lSili, the meeting
~ { will be held with Mrs. Luada Walker,
i- : 1122 East Jefferson street, at A-hicU
, j time the life of George Washington
will be discussed. Each member is |
requested to bring in some matter I
so that they will be able to speak on
the subject.
Keep Off The Date, March 11th
Purchase Palatial Home 1
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lucas have pur-1
chased a palatial home at 1946 East)
Washington street, and soon will be I
residents of the east end.
Hudspeths Buy Home
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hudspeth have
i purchased a dandy little cottage at
j 1946 East Adams street and will oc
j cupy the same on or about March
! Ist. They also have purchased a
j Ford touring car and are the envy
Jof their neighbors.
At Tanner’s Chapel
Sunday services at Tanner chapel
IA. M. E. church were well attended
! and the pastor, Reverend Sanford,
: preached two wonderful sermons. The
| evening services w-ere very impres
i sive, the choir rendering many choice
I selections, and a solo by Mr. T. Far
[ lice was a feature of tlie program,
i Two new members were received and
the collection for the day totalled
Dunbar Club Celebrates
Ladies of the Dunbar Art and
Literary club celebrated their fifth
anniversary with a reception at the
home of Mrs. Elma Scaggs, 1216 East
Madison street last Monday afternoon
and evening. The house was taste
fully decorated with Valentine sug
gestions and each guest was given a
I pretty souvenir. Refreshments were
served and all had a delightful time.
| Unique Club Meet
The Unique club will meet Sunday
afternoon, February 20th, with Mrs.
Johnny Fletcher, 609 South Third
street, and the following program will
j L’e rendered:
! Recitation Miss Richardson
j Trio —Mesdames E. McCloud, Cunning
ham and Mullen.
Reading.....'. Miss Cook
Paper Miss Washington
Remarks by the President
Mr. J. F. Hudspeth
To Tucson Saturday
Mrs. Stevens will leave Saturday for
Tucson to visit her daughter, who is
i reported ill.
I C. M. E. Ck-:ch Activities
| Services at the C. M. E. church j
i were exceptionally well attended last!
Sunday. The presiding elder, Rev. Z.
Z. Johnson, delivered one of his
famous sermons Sunday morning. A
noted increase in the attendance of
the Sunday school was in evidence
and is certainly appreciated by the
pastor, superintendent and teachers.
The regular quarterly conference was
held Monday night and showed a
: marked 'improvement in the growth
j ot* all departments of the church. For
j nexi Sunday Rev. Thompson has pre
| pared two special sermons. For real
! church service come to the C. M. E.
) Antioch Baptist Church
Splendid services were conducted
| last Sunday at the Antioch Baptist
| church, and the pastor, Rev. Gilmore,
j delivered two able and impressive
sermons. The attendance was large
and the collections good as usual.
Y. P. S. C. E. Meeting
The Young People's Society Chris
tian Endeavor met last Sunday after
noon at the A. M. E. church and ren
dered a special program that w-as very
interesting. Fifteen minutes were
given to discussion of the lesson, and
with Mr. Wm. Mabry as leader, some
j strong arguments were produced. In
the program that followed, the young
people gave a good account of them
! selves and a good crowd was present
to witness the exercises. On next
j Sunday, February 20th, at 5:45. the
! Endeavor will meet at this church
I with Mr. Harold Carriger as leader
j and discuss the subject, “New Coin-
I mittee Work.” Everybody invited to
attend these meetings, young people
: especially, for it is a young people’s
I society.
New Enterprise Launched
Mr. Roy Lucas, well known as a
caterer of the first class, has launched j
j one ot the greatest enterprises of the !
race in this city, and on Saturday j
evening, February 19th, will open the
“White Swan Cozy Corner” lunch
room and confectionery. Everything
is new and in first class shape and i
you must see it to appreciate it. A j
summer garden with palms and other |
' attractive features has been arranged j
in the rear for people who wish to |
while away a pleasant hour amidst!
! wholesome surroundings. The place
| is located at 137 South Second street j
and you must see it. You are wel- j
| come at the Cozy Corner, whether you I
wish to buy or not. Slop in any time. !
Phoenix Literary Society
A meeting of the Literary society j
1 was held Tuesday evening at the |
| Second Baptist church and a subject |
| for the next debate was chosen. The |
, subject: “Resolved, That Education !
I is More Beneficial to the Negro Race
! Than Money," will be debated by four
High school boys. The next enter
tainment will be held Friday night,
; February 25th, at the Second Baptist
church, corner Fifth street and Jeffer
: son, at which time a splendid program
will be rendered in connection with
the debate. Get ready to attend, for
this will be the best ever given by
the society.
Rate: 1 % cents per word per issue.
No ads accepted for less than 25c
Read for profit. Use for results.
We are prepared to care for men as
veil as women customers and special
ze in Manicuring, Hairdressing, Sham
oooing and Massaging. Five years’ ex
nerience in the business. Phone 124 9
"or appointment. Mrs. W. J. Jones
119 East Washington.
Chiropodist. All ailments of the
feet carefully treated. Corns, bun
ions, warts and ingrown nails re
moved. Will call at your home if
desired. Phone 2338. Parlors, 515
South Second Ave.
Fitted and Duplicated
14G E. Adams St. Phone 652
EXPERT PIANO tuning and repairing
Also clearing and polishing. Victrol
as cleaned and repaired and ah
small musical instruments. Players
and Electric a specialty. All work
guaranteed. Twenty years’ experi
ence. John Brown, the piano tuner
and repair man. Residence, 805 R
sth avenue. Phone 4648.
Having completed a course in Hair
and Scalp Treatment, shampooing and
facial massaging, I am prepared to
| give the Poro System of hair and
beauty culture. Graduate of the Poro
College of St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. J. E.
Gault, 1717 East Jefferson St. Phone
IF YOU WANT a load of wood or
kindling;- want your trunk moved
• or want any hauling done, call 4350
and ask for Geo. M. Finley, the
Transfer Man. Stand, 17 South
Fourth St.
FOR SALE—IB-room apartment,
coming business property; $12,500;
$2,500 cash. Will rent for S9O per
Three small houses, lot 100x100 Ft.,
$250 cash, S2O per month.
Fine lot, palms, fruit, date palms;
$750; $l5O cash and sls per month.
Also business chances at Acre City
for Blacksmith shop. Furniture store,
Hay Grain and Feed; will assist the
right man to secure his stock.
215 West Washington St.

may be secured from her Arizona
agent, Mrs. Ella Barker, 1026 East
Washington stret, Phoenix, Ariz., by
mail or by calling at her home. Fol
lowing are a list of the articles
bandied; Patti Special Perfume,
$1.25; Patti Beauty or Cold Cream,
G 8 cents; Patti Day or Vanishing
Cream, G 8 cents; Patti Night or
Bleaching Cream, 68 cents; Patti La
Traviaia Powder, 68 cents. The
powder comes in three shades,
white, flesh and brunette. In order
ing, be sure and state shade de
sired. Mail orders filled promptly.
Mrs. Ella Barker, 1026 East Wash
ington St., Phoenix, Ariz. Phone
j 1 Black Coat Suit, size 36 SB.OO
1 1 Green Coat Suit, size 38 8.00
1 Blue Wool Dress, size 36 ... 7.50
1 Blue Tricoliue Dress, size 36.... 7.50
1 Sport Skirt, waist 26 4.00
i 1 Brown Combination Skirt,
Coat Waist 5.00
! 1 Blue Taffeta Dress 3.50
1 Brown Silk Evening Dress 3.50
| All Garments in First Class Condition
419 E. Washington Street
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live-room house with bath, electric
lights and other modern conveni
ences; lot 70x137%; fruit trees,
shade trees and a nice lawn. Just
the place you have been waiting for.
Price, $3750; SI2OO cash; balance
easy terms. Move right in. This
is a real bargain in a modern home.
It will pay you to investigate. See
Smith about it. 37 South 13th St
FOR RENT—Neatly furnished room i
for one or two gentlemen. Apply 740
West Grant St.
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FOR SALE —Large stock of jewelryj
cheap for cash. See Mrs. Pace at 222
North 11th St.
FOR RENT —Store room on Wash
ington street. Privilege of three-year
lease. See Mrs. Pace at 222 North
11th St. ,
WANTED —Two Colored ladies and;
two Colored gentlemen who are l
good entertainers, for singing and
dancing specialty. Apply 38 East
Washington street.
I SPECIALIZE in the Poro System of
hairdressing. Have had five years’
experience and guarantee my work.
Give me a trial. Mrs. J. B. Jones,
1213 East Madison St. Phone 3259.
FIRST CLASS WORK by skilled me
chanics. Bring us your automobile
troubles. J. Lewis, Prop., 728 East
Washington St.
DANDY HOME—Near East Lake
park; good house and two full-sized
lots. SIOOO cash will handle this
proposition. You’ll have to hurry
if you' want this bargain. See
Smith about it. 37 South 13th St.
to those holding invitations to the
annual entertainment of the Moslem
Temple, No. 79, that was postponed
from January 24th, that the entertain
ment will be held on February 28th.
A. J. S. Vaughn, Chairman;
A. G. Williams,
Walter McKenney,
Chas. Johnson,
Otis Barnes,
We stop leaks quickly. If you
have a hole in your drain pipe,
or your water faucet drips, bet
ter send for us right away.
We’ll remedy the trouble in a
“Quick by name and by nature”
611 East Washington St.
Phone 1531
| Mr. Advertiser
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Tlie Tribune is read
| by practically every Col
| ored family in Phoenix,
1 Mesa, Chandler, and
| Tempo.
It also has a wide cir
| dilation throughout the
| State of Arizona as well
| as in New Mexico,
| southwest Texas and
' | other states.
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| the business concerns of a
jj community than the one who
| solicits the advertisements
| and comes in personal contact
1 with the heads of the busi
-1 ness concern.
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| business firm is carried in the
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las an announcement of the
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| goods handled by that con
! cern, but it is a Direct Invi
| tation to members of the race
|to patronize the business
| place; further, it is assurance
|of fair and courteous treat
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The Very Best in Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, and Repairing.
We have taken over the Phoenix Cleaners, located at 15 South
sth ave., and will be located at that address. We are in a position
I to give you the best and quickest service. Just call 4922 and our
.1 auto will call for and deliver your work in quick time.
The Bottom Has I
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Bring your bill here to be fig
ured--we can show you if you
are from Missouri.
McCalla Lumber Co. |
317 South 11th Avenue 1
Mile Queen Building—Home of Mile Queen Preparations
An Unusual Opportunity
for men and women capable of earning salary of $50.00 per
week. We have openings for aggressive, hustling persons to
cover city, county or travel entire state territory doing special
“ organization work. The Nile Queen Corporation now being
"= organized on a profit-sharing basis is putting into operation
a new plan which offers a gilt edge opportunity' to small
| investors.
jj Wide awake men and women who want to make real money
| or have their savings earn substantial dividends, cannot
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= Incorporators Nile Queen Corpora, iv/t or
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