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LJ 11 Local News □ o To Summer on Coast Misses Vivian Bell and Erma B. Coe, recent graduates of the Phoe nix Union High school, left Sunday evening for Pasadena and Los An geles, where they will spend the summer. Visitors from El Centro Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hamlin of Ei Centro. Calif., passed through Phoe nix last week enroute to Oklahoma to visit their parents. B. F. Hamlin is a nephew of A. R. Smith, and they were house guests of the Smiths while here. Purchase SSOOO Certificate Mr. Oakley Norton, owner and manager of Norton’s Dairy, pur chased a $5000.00 certificate in the State Building & Loan Association through the local agent, A. R. Smith, and presented same to his two little girls. Mr. Norton is among the most successful business men of Phoenix, still he takes advantage of the opportunity to provide for the education of his children through the State Building & Loan plan. If you would know more about this guaranteed method of saving, just phone 7392 and ask for Mr. Smith. We will tell you all about it. Buys $1,500 Certificate Mrs. Anna McKnight, 801 North Ist avenue, purchased a $1,500 cer tificate in the State Building & Loan Association through agent A. R. Smith and has protected herself against poverty in her old age. This plan of saving, not only is good for children, but also for grown ups who wish to be independent in old age. Call at office of American Agency, 17 North 2nd street, and let us tell you all about it. Builds Nice Home Mrs. Lena Wells, 510 South Cen tral avenue, has completed the build ing of a magnificent new brick resi dence on her property, and this home is one of the show places on South Central avenue. Mrs. Wells is one of our most enterprising and progressive citizens and we are just ly proud of her. Distinguished Visitors Chaplain Carver and Bandmaster Wade Hammond of the U. S. Tenth Cav., were visitors in the city from PHOENIX TRIBUNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING Fort Huachuhua. They called at the office of the Phoenix Tribune, 17 North 2nd street, and ordered the paper sent to them for one year. Now they will know what is going on among the colored people of Phoenix and throughout the country. J. R. Robinson Passes Friends of J. R. Robinson, well known barber of this city, will be grieved to learn of his death. Mr. Robinson passed away recently at a local hospital following a Lingering illness. For a number of years Mr. Robinson was a resident of Albu querque, N. M., where he was em ployed in Mason’s Barber shop. He came to Phoenix about twelve years ago and since has been employed in various shops here. He was a mem ber of the local Masonic lodge and that body had charge of funeral ar rangements. Visitor from Texas Mrs. Edna Mae Aaron of San An tonio, Tex., spent a few weeks in Phoenix visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Jennie Morrison of South 9th Ave. She was favorably impressed with Phoenix, but likes Texas bet ter. Mrs. Morrison has been slight ly indisposed the past several weeks, but is improved. Mrs. Aaron left a few days ago for her home in San Antonio. Purchase Country Home Mr. J. L. Arnold has purchased a pretentious country home at 18th street and East Jefferson, and is now comfortably domiciled therein. He plans extensive improvements in the near future, which will make this an ideal country home. Mr. Arnold and his wife are here to H. H. Shoup QUALITY LUMBER Shoup’s Lumber has stood the test of years and we are prepared to supply your demand in building material with quality products. Service Is Our Watchword H. H. Shoup Lumber Company 600 E. Washington St. Phone 24002 stay, and are building in a substan tial way. Arrival from Georgia Mr. C. A. Middleton is a recent arrival from Thomasville, Ga., and is staying at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Silvers, 1429 East Jeffer son street. Mr. Middleton is an old friend and acquaintance of the Dick eys, of 1121 So. sth avenue. He was in the government service, being em ployed as mail carrier in the Post Office at Thomasville. He plans to make his home in Phoenix. Provides for Rainy Days Mr. P. S. Johnson, 1223 E. Jeffer son street, purchased a SIOOO certifi cate in the State Building and Loan Association through agent A. R. Smith, and has provided for comfort and joy in the future. Mr. Johnson is a home owner and a forward look ing citizen, and his action is a worthy example for others. Summer Fires Now is the time to protect your home against fire with adequate in surance secured through the Ameri can Agency, 17 North 2nd street. Just phone 7392. We will do the rest. Dance Hall For Rent to Colored People Any Day in the Week. For Charity Purposes, Free. Hall, Corner 9th Ave. and Tonto Street. * For further information come to 17 South Ist Avenue.