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SOC n A r i Af v. CLUBS
AFFAIRS ',0-0-C-l-e-T-y> ORGANIZATIONS
Mrs. Beulah Madison of Sioux
City, Iowa, is the house guest
of Mrs. Elsie Johnson and fain
ily of 2619 Decatur street.
An educational program, un
dcr .the auspices of Joshua Dn.v
id Kelly Consistory No. 27, was
given ut the Mnsonic llall on
April 29th- The program con
gisted of tine history of the Ne
groMaaons in the United States
and other interesting subjects.
Mrs. Bertha Bell, 2631 Bin
ney street, and her father, S.
Montgomery, 2531 Bake steet,
motored to Oklahoma. While
there they visited at Tulsa, Bo
ley and Oklahoma City. They
report a wonderful trip.
Mr. umd Mrs. K: Hanger en
tertained the .IMS Bridge club
on Saturday night. April 24th.
Guests of honor were ,the noted
Negro poet and author, Bang
ston Unglues, house guest of
Mr. and Mrs. B. E: Squires, and
Mr. a»d Mrs, Dwight Dorsey of j
California. Prizes were won by I
Mrs. Willis Grey who won the
ladies' prize, and Mr. I). V. Gor
don who won the men's prize.
Mr. W. Grey won booby prize:
Quest prizes were awarded.
_LAW »*. I'
in to i u cuJi,umc that you mu.;t
add t<> yopr wardrobe. A two piece
nhe<.|* dress with an intore tinfly
drap«l front*. The capo and matdh
»g skirt can ho of light w>ool mater
ial whiih will he very suitable for
(hio> ( cool e te-jr^s in spring and
summer. The iju.^'t atton depots 'ho
various ways in which this cos
tume may be combined. All in all.
vou have four complete costumes
Njnvy wi !i powder Wuc, or this
tle; black or brown, witli beige; and
gray witlh navy make interesting
Miss Moten Rich In
Artistry; Quack Club
Scores Another Hit
By S- Edward (J’lhort
Mis** Etta Moten. a pleasing and
attractive myro f on'i alto, who in
a few short years has established
herself unqur-srianub'y as o*ie of
the foremost concert artists of
th< day, pro*, ntcd a recital Thurs
day evening at the Cen'ral high
Artistry and Intelligence
Maks Etta Moten
When it comes to the amount of
soul and artistry and intelligence
and attributes which ga to make a
great singer, she displays far more
than any artists 'that have been in
The concert was a striking ex
antple of the harmony into which
both races can be brought by a
distinguished member of one.
The concert was likewise ar
achievtement from the artrickly mu
•ieal standpoint- Miss Moten dis
played uncommon artistry and feel
ing troughout her program.
The song* most highly anticip
ated by everyone, the Negro Spirit
ual came in a group at the end oi
the program- In tnis Mis« Motei
seemed althgetiher oblivious of th<
The Quack chib score* another
NUPTIALS TO BE
SOLEMNIZED MAY 18th
The marriage ceremony of
Senoval Constancy Car er, 2914
No, 28th street, to Mr. Colbert
Johnson, 2020 Pinkney street
will he solemnized at the Seven
Day Adventist church 2760
Lake street. May 18.h at 8 p.
in. Mr» Johnson i<s the son of
Mr. and Mm .1, C... Johnson
On Thursday, April 22nd,
Benjiuuin F. Austin and Ali e
Plarks were quietly married at
the home of die brides aunt
tapid uncle, Mr. and Mrs Henry
Beasley, 2122 Grace street. The
charming home of Mr. and
Mrs. Beasley was crowded to
its capacity io witness the
sacred ceremony which was
solemnized by Rev, M. K~
lurry, pastor ol Zion Baptist
church. The bride was beauti
fully gowned in «, dress of blue
contrasted wth pink slippers
jewelry and gloves. She wore
j a lovely corsage of pink and
white sweetpeas. The groom
was dressed in conventional
black. Standing with the bride
and groom were Mr. and Mrs
Neal Johnson, sinter and broth
er in law of the bride. With
the elosng of the ceremony,
relatives and friends extended
congratulations and best wish
es for their happiness. Follow
ing the wedding, a reception
was held for the many friends
of the young couple at which
time many gifts were received.
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PROBLEMS... 12 YEARS
^ 21.31 SEVENTH A''r.
N2W VOf,H CITY
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lnaiiaia4Naaii«iHgi44 a- a a a
2417 N. 24tb St.
Have ytrir car washed am
oil changed tor S riuig.
Mo cr Toning end Batierjj
2417 No. 24th St JA 9209.'
$ The Battle Is On— $
% — J
club will win the.
Ij‘Best Model" trophy <hatl|
| Gregg A. Williams And His
Joyland Revelers Now At
The Harlem Night Club
Gregg A. Williams, chubby
cornettet and popular orchestra
leader, has moved into Jim
Bell's Harlem Night Club with
an entire new aggregation of
music makers. Already a host
of lovers of night life are ac
eepting Mr. Williams arid his
hand as a bunch of hot swing
stcrs and fully capable of fol
lowing in the footsteps of the
renowned Red Perkins who re
cently went on the road. Sup
porting Mr. Williams and his
band is a red hot floor show,
featuring Marva Taylor, Geor
gia Watkins and Leonard Hix
on, three fascinating dancers’
who sparkle in modern rhythm.
Mr. William’s new nggrega
tion is composed of Leroy Ren
net, Percy Walker, Mrs. Hazel
Williams, Eddie Hammond,
rhythm section; A1 Abney, II.
T. Horn, Douglas Blackman,
reed section; Sylvester Freals,
James Green and the old mac
stro himself make up the brass
Swinging out in front is the
personality king and queen,
Winona Harris the Cab (alio
way of the middle west and
Miss Dorothy Bell, the girl with
the million dollar smile. Snoop
ing ((round at it were, 1 have
been informed that there is to
be a, complete change of floor
show at .the Harlem beginning
f>u(»en of Spiirklipg Drinks j
I 12oz. for 5c :
lA' iuuu g iJ'pIoma by mail
Write today to
CUBAN COSMETIC CO.
Box 5315-T Chicago, 111- |
24th and Lake Street
Mias Theopal Ross Honored
On 16th Birthday
The spacious and beautiful
pavilion of IFontenelle ,park,
was the setting for one of the
most lavish parties of the sea
son on Tuesday night when Mrs.
Elizabeth Simmons, .2226 Bur
dette street, celebrated the na
,tal day of her charming neice,
Miss Theopal Ross.
Miss Ross who is a member
of the Modernistic Maidens
club, a student at Central high,
and president of the Y.W.C.A:
Girls Reserves, was attired in a
beautiful black dress that in
deed blended with her youth
fill face of 16, partly hidden
with flowing curls. I
Some 200 youthful guests
were present to wish Miss Ross
many happy returns and to on
joy a delightful evenng dan
dug to the swing music of Mr.
George W. Bryant and his City
Mrs. Marion Quinn, Mrs. C.
E: Reynolds and Mr. John
Smith are the only official rep
resentatives connected with the
Circulation Department of The
1 f in doubt ask for letter of
authority signed by circulation
department manager S. Edward
HINES TAILOR SHOP
Cleaning, Pressing and Re
Dying and Hot Cleaning.
Dresses Cleaned and Press
cd—Fnr Crafting, Etc. j
2523 Q STREET
(RITZ SHOE REPAIR SHOP)
2033 North 24th St.
Be Well Dress
ed and Com
fortable in Our
L New 1937
I SPRING and
W and up
j GLASGOW Tailors
♦ 1522 Harney JA. 1087
Clean Out Acids
The only way your body can clean out
Acids and poisonous wastes from your
blood la thru 9 million tiny, delicate Kid
ney tubes or filters, but beware of cheap,
drastic, Irritating drugs. If functional
Kidney or Bladder disorders make you
suffer from Getting Up Nights, Nervous
ness, Leg Pains. Backache, Circles Under
hiyes. Dizziness. Kheum&tic Pains, Acid
ity. Burning, Smarting or Itching, don't
take chances. Get the Doctor's guaran
teed prescription called Cyatex (Siss
Tex). Works fast, safe and sure. In 48
hours It must bring new vitality, and is
guaranteed to fix you up In one week or
money back on return of empty package.
Cystex costs only 9c a day at druggists
and the guarantee protects you.
Flush Poisons From
Kidneys and Stop
Getting Up Nights
BE HEALTITiER, HAPPIER
When you can get for 36 cents a
supremely efficient and harmless
stimulant and diuretic that will
flush from your kidneys the waste
matter poisons and acid that are
now doing you harm, why continue
to break your restful sleep by get
ting up thru the night.
Just ask jrour druggist fer Gold
Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules—but
be sure and get GOLD MEDAL—
right from Haarlem in Holland
Other symptoms of weak kidneys
and irritated bladder are backache,
puffy eyes, leg cramps, moisrt palms
burning or scanty passage.
AAA Coal Company
Ccol—2 large sacks $1.09
10 Packages Coke .$1.00
I DO HAULING
Call “LITTLE BENNY”
Bargains In Homes
For Sale—Small down payments
3 rooms* part modern; cash $60.
Price $600—* balance $9.00 per
4 roams part modern; cash $90.
Price $900, balance $11-60 per
6 rooms modem except heat; cash
$75; j^rice $750, balance $11 per
5 room* modern except heat; Cash
$100, price $1000; balance $12.60
6 rooms modem except heat. Cash
$100. Price $1000; balance $12-60
6 rooms modern execpt heat- Corner
lot. Cash 150; price $1360; bal
ance $14-50 per month
7 rooms modem. Cesih $150. Price
$1600, balance 16 00 por month
2and 3 roivm apts for rent.
Many other bargains
E. M Davis
2817 No. 24th St. WE 1166
■V . V.V.V /.v.’/.'.v,1, . ,
MISS BEATRICE McRAE
-a complete line of cosmetics
and household specialities
WE 5335 — 2624 Decatur St.
IN HOMES FOR SALE
22nd and Maple Street.—Eight rooms, modern, reception
sail, living room, dining room, den and kitchetn, down
stairs. four bedrooms upstairs: oak floors thoughout, full
jement basement, double gaage, large lot.
328 North 25th Street—six rooms, modern, $1,500,00.
3402 North 27'h Ave., five rooms, modem, $2600.
361 North 27th Street, six rooms, partly modem, $500.00.
These properities may be purchased with small down
payment, balance less than rent, low rate of interest on
unpaid balance, abstract of title brought down to date,
»axes paid up, properties free of any incumbrances.
C. F. Oavis Real Estate Co.
2504 NORTH 24TH STREET
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