The Afro-American from Baltimore, Maryland (2024)

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1 LC ale n'iwi Personals (r Mae Hillsboro Md Con Lucy 1612 Ed' BUY YOUR XMAS GITS HERE Beulah Hillsboro Md Hillsboro Md Hillsboro Md PAYS THE BILL HINES Hillsboro Md the presi Reduced to new Md $39so Reduced to 495 Coats Reduced to Si AH tri mined with large shawl or wants a VERA I am in he We Wish or All a Merry Christmas GITS where JUANITA JOHNSON Jj 713 Sharp and "a ring and a GIVE RUTH gift I 1 HENRY And a1 Happy and Prosperous New Year 929 Sharp fl yWOMEN only prize guest No References No Red Tape I wish back I IO CM home Druid A de mads the shape of taken to A JULIA WOODHOU8 a student York University Is spending the with her i parents Mr and Mrs The Bruce Hill Is OLIVIA TAYLOR of Denton Md taking treatment at the Mar land Hospital 1 6 i the whole family will enjoy and Md Ida furniture if you would" STEVENSON the hospiuai spent a 'I few All the Credit You Want A An Af was 710712 Pennsylvania Avenue' iti KAY' iNCENSLi gMJXTUPE Unique Social Affair at Lynchburg Home Dear Santa: 1 I am ia little girl flva years old Please bring me a doll baby a set of dishes some candy nuts and all things nice Don forget mother father and my grand par ents forget my sisters and 01 others either 1 Yours truly SUSIE MOANEY Oear Santa: We are two little girls 9 and of age Please bring us tarns Dear sfnta: We are two little boys 11 and 7 years old Please bring us tool chests a sled gum boots and plenty of good things We are good boys and help mother and daddy 1 Truly yours RICHARD and WILLIAM MOANEY Hillsboro Md fl CLUB street After There is no homev so complete that it cannot use at least one more 1 piece of furniture no room so per fectly 1 furnished that an addition al chair lamp or table will affect its good appear ance You are absolutely afe in giving furniture! JOHNSTON retired army rancisco cal is here on brother Robert Johns Hlllsboro Md Dear Santa Claus: I hope you are well and that you 'have had a pleasant vacation We have tried to be very good Mother says we have been bad sometimes though Please bring me a doo skates carriage suit bed room slippers and galoshes And Dear Santa please bring my brother an auto truck blocks tool chest and some story books NORMAN Jr and BERNICE HARRIS 2033 Ettlng st Dear Santa: I want a doll and a set of dishes Do not forget me Santa Claus And I want some oranges and cake and some candy Don lorget my sister sne too Dear Santt Claus: I am a little girl twelve: years old 1 am in the fifth grade Please bring me a rain coat set of dishes' and pair of ga loshes and anything else yoi) think nice for me to have Bring me 'some candy nuts oranges and' apples and don't forget my mother fahter grandparents and sis ters and: brothers Sincerely yours LAURA HARRIS Dear Santa I am a little girl 3 years old: I can wipe dishes I help mother try to be very good Please bring me a doll carriage and a set' of dishes and a piano Lovingly i i LAURA MOANEL yar 1 NU CLUB: jr met at the home Lafayette ave ROMONA Perfume Shop nuts Brother Please Dear Santa Claus: I am a good little bey and attend kin dergarten at School N0126 Please bring me a train set and a1 graphophone That is all I want With love to you I am your nrosvMTO AND SAVE MONEY! Christmas Outfits Rziifizsir fHmnt Asp THE LOWEST PRICES IN TOVVN! HOMAN CO 1105 Pennsylvania Avenue The Very Best LUCKY PLANET INCENSE Nunibcrology Brand BOcandSlOO Plnnnf Reading REE jab Che very best Lode Incense 60c and 8100 The very oest i Helping 'Hand Brand Incense 60c and 4100 The very cense 50c and 3100 Jam Tnnanea KI fin candles 3100 The very beat Lodestone OH and tl fWl I ihAtieonle rtf LEO 8 OSMAN 1728 Seventh St NW Ufa ehinnvAn I 1 f1 1 1636 Penna Ave Agents also wanted of i Mag ti 1 days in (Near McMechen Street) High Grade Perfumes rom All Over the World STEWART daughter Stewart of 704 who is enrolled at education and music The Southern Life i Insurance Co 1423 Penna Ave WILLARD ALLEN resiacnt I ALRED NIXON Secretary 1 1 ISAIAH BROWN Treasurer Unnatural and mucooa di charges can be avoided by de stroyingtbe germs of infections' diseases to At all druggists Thelma Handy 1313 Small street miss ing since Decembef 3 reported by Mathil da i Handy mother of the above address Age 15 yrs: Height 6 ft: weight 110 lbs' complexion brown skin Wore green and blue dress brown plaid coat and black hat i I Lot Venus 608 street! missing since December 1 reported by Mary Robin 8 QQress Age vv yrs a Drown over was presented a beautiful necklace for her service during hte past THE CHI DELTA Th Chi'' Delta Nu Club rf MUa Rnth White nue A brief business meeting was held The game of five hundred followed Mrs Irma' Logan won first prise: Miss Hyla Holland second Mr W' Carter first prize Mr Joseph Batty second A repast was served The ex tra guests were: Miss Lauretta Powers Messrs Smallwood Harrison Logan Carter Joseph Tony Joseph Batty Dear Banta: Please nd me a colored doll a kitchen sit wash board and a tub a pair of shoes and a pin i 8OPHRONIA GRIIN 408 8trlcker st Pear Santa: Please bring me a blackboard and a pet of dishes I would like to have an iron and a pair of skates too Please bring me ai chinchilla coat and paint set too THELMA GREENWOOD' 1429 i MuJberry st Barclay Md Dear Santa: I am going away you a merry time: would Ilka to i have suit and a sweatsr a copy book too oi snoes hair Whether Dear Santa Claus' I am writing to tel! you what 1 would like to have for Christmas I would like to have a wrist watch a rain coat outfit a pair of overshoes a tablet and some candy nuts apples oranges and cake Be sure to bring me a blue tarn rget my little nephew He wants a fire engine a wheel a mouth organ and also some candy nuts caxe etc AULINK urniture" Misses1 Coats and Dresses L' The Southern Life Insurance Co fir this opportuiptty to thank our patrons for their cooperation during the past year We have tried to give them the very best service obtainable We are Risking for a continuation of their support as they have glvenv us for the past twenty years By so doing Instead of em ploying fifty persons we will be able to employ: one hun dred ormore i Wishing You a Merry Christmas and a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year Nos 4 15 19 Cars Pass Our Door Moses Kalin Sons GAY and AISQUITH STREETS 12 years galoshes sweaters rain coats and plenty ot nuts can dies and good things fo get mother and daddy Lovingly yours MABEL and MILDRED MOANEY Hillsboro Md LYNCHBURG' Virginia Randolph was at home 806 Harron home 806 Harrison street Monday Monday Dec 9 from 5 to 8 pm to her friends to 1 celebrate the fiftieth AMMhiAWPAWU bar hnmfl were greeted at the Henrietta McMJlian was assisted in the re Mesdames Lizzie Hale The HUB urniture Co Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a fire engine that two can sit In i and a violin a train and a watch That is all I want I am 3 yean old in the 3rd grade at School No 126 I try hard to be a good boy With best leva to you I' am your friend PAUL BAKER 718 Shatp st Dear Santa I try to be a good boy I am 9 years old and In the 5 grade al would like Tor you to bring me a train set an Erector set a tool chest a wind breaker and hat to match Wishing you a Merry Christmas am your friend HAROLD "BAKER 713 Sharp st' 1 Deai danta Claus: Please bring me a set of trains a grapbo phone and an Erector set I am 11 yean old and in grade 4 A I try to be a good boy and help my mother and father who have been tick for some time I am your friend ELMER WILLIAMS WIGS NATURAL HUMAN HAIR MADE TO YOUR MEASURE CAN BE COMBED AUD DRESSED Also Transformations Switches Straightening Combs i and Everything in Hair Goods REE CATALOG SENT UPON REQUESTS ALEX MARKS 662 Eighth Ave Dept A New York' City Christina sand When I come an electric train a i would like to have My mother wants a pair Lovingly youn HERBERT WRAGG 1 School 113 The mondson avenue Golden Leaf Whist Club Mrs Ellison 316 Read street I DECEMBER 34th Promenade Club Miss Bessie i Savage 1139 Carey street I 1 JANUARY '7th i Les Belles Douse Club Sirs Ruby Snell 636 Gilmor street I THE POINSETT A NOVELTY CLUB The Pojnsetta Novelty Club incorporated met at the home of Mrs Alice Morrell 514 Calhoun A business I meeting was held i making preparations for their winter frolic Art Club Hostesses to a Card Party of the Bon Ami Club hostesses at a card party week held at 2102 McCul Eka route to work Tuesday Howard Bright 2008 Ashland avenue fell unconscious to the street at Ashland and Chester streets At the Johns Hopkins where he was taken physicians pronounced him to be suffering from apoplexy i i Hatchet Used in Card Game Horsey 1015 Wagon Alley is in the ranklin Square hospital suffering from a broken nose received when ho was struck with a hatchet by Clarence Jackson 1011 Wagon Alley during an altercation over a 51 cent card game Saturday 8 YEAR OLD preaches GASTONIA N1 Little Ingrahm Kearse the 8 year old son of Dr Kearse of Bessemer City preach ed a sennon at Epworth Chapel Church Sunday afternoon from Mark 41 :4 At the close of the ser vice he answered questions on the Bible which were asked by his father i Pours Oil Burns to Death PITTSBURGH In spite of the efforts of neighbors who extinguish ed her blazing clothing Miss Emma Gordon 51 116 Colwell street died in Passavant Hospital Saturday burns suffered late riday when she poured MAN IN STOBE standing in the store at 3240 red erick avenue Josephine Page 120 Ellomont street dropped dead as a result of apopieoy $59 50 ine Perfect duplicates of the more expensive models Made of all wool materials in the newest and most fashionable styes pouch collars and cuffs of genuine fur All shades mid sizes PARRIS 219 Edgecombe Ave NEW YORK OR CASH TERMS ONLY Phone Bradburet 9188 I DECEMBER 13th Book A Month Club Mn Maaeelia Smith 1739 McCuUoh street DECEMBER 14th 1 Lea Aides Brtdgd Mrs Martha BUnford I DECEMBER 16th The Bon Ami Art Club Miss Edna Thompaon 3U7 Madison avenue I I 1 DECEMBER 13th The Penelope Art Club Mrs Bessie way 1130 Lafayette avenue iravamiHbM mu rugallte Pleasure Club fl Mrs DECEMBER tOth Semper Idem Club TO SANTA CLAUS Dear Banta: 1 I am a little boy six years old am foreman hand for my daddy I can milk the cows and do tote of work have been very good and I would like you to bring a eled a tool ehast a gun tote of candy nuts and oranges forget my brothers sisters daddy and mother Yours truly 8TKTXE MOANEY 6 66 is Prescription for Colds Grippe lu Dengue Bilious ever and Malaria It is the most speedy remedy known 1 i feb Dear Santa: am a lltle gifl 13 months old and I have ben very good I wolud like for you to bring me a pair of shoes and a teddy bear suit Please do not forget my mother daddy grand parents aunts and uncles My cou sins' are visiting me from Catonsville Please bring them something nice too Merry Christmas Your little girl DOROTHY WRIGHT The party awarded to winners in bridge whist and "ve hundred The1 funds are to be used for their annual Christmas treat THE BREAKAWAY WHIST CLUB Mrs Temperance Day Was 40 Breakaway Whist Club last ning The club played cards for prizes Mrs Beatrice Washington won first prize Miss Helen Janey second Us Edna Al len third 1 A very pleasing menij 3 was served ana a delightful afternoon was spent by all THE HAPPY PALS 8 CLUB The Happy Pals and 8 Club met onWednesday evening at the home of Miss Leola Henson 1612 Vincent' street After a bYtef meeting a delightful repast was served They were also entertained by the Don Zetter Pleasure Club 'jf THE CHER MEBS 'WHIST CLUB Miss lornce Moody i was a very pleasing hostess to the Mera Whist Club on Monday night A very interesting meeting was held after which cards "were played Mrs Clara King won the first prize Ruth Thomas second: and Mrs Mamie Rhoades consolation prize A1 very delight ful repast was served and an enjoyable eve ning was spent by alL Le MABDI 8OIR Mrs Mattle Johnson 2200 MeCulloh street was hostess to LeMardl Soir Club Tuesday evening After a very interesting busi ness meeting Cards wore played The first prize was awarded to Mrs Ethel Scott sec ond to Mrs' 'Emma Swann: the consola tion to Miss Edna Kess Miss Edna Kess ex prseiaenc oi ine ctuu if nRnpQy Stiffer rom UHUr I or dtbpsy swelling shortness of oreathC write us for REE trial package In ua 34 years Collum M'dkine Company Vel 256 Atlanta Ga Centreville Md' Dear Santa: am writing you a letter to tell you what I want you to bring me for Chritt maa I want a doll and 'a ring and a rocking chair some capdy and oranges and shoes Don't forget my sister and brothers BEALS of hr home: 430 Aning JnJrlend riday evening She tf jsblue Uffeta and tulle and made charming Nile Jrrtde's eo ori dCmit in her 'decorations carried out the tifully prepared and en inmnAenrt of the coppin Normal out of town visitors Hninn Untver Harold Holland ware th a 4 in the near mme Vis affair M1 Mvrtle OR VaiiP her ftfif Hand ''Divqrcesr 1 Leonard Langford vs Beatrice 7 Langford Virginia Crocker vs Iscan Crocker Paul Williams Maple Williams George Pendle ton for plaintiffs i Robert Phillips vs Gladys Phillips Grant Tyler for plaintiff Maud Jones the consolation Estella Quill was awarded the 1 THE PENELOPE ABTJ CLUB The Penelope Art Club meti at the of Mrs Catherine Carroll of 2313 Hill avenue on Wednesday evening lightful evening was spent THE JUNIOR 8 JAND A Mrs Marie Paige Of 535 Robert th? hnKtess to the Junior A Club Tiiesziav evening the business the hostess welcomed her guests into tha dining room where a love ly repast was served LA CLUB Miss Susie Parkar the president of the clu': charmingly entertained La Promenade Club last Tuesday evening iat her home 1125 Carey stret After the ebusiness meet ing a repast was served by Miss Parker The evening was spent in5 c4rd playing THE RUGALITE PLEASURE CLUB Mrs Rose Black 1409 Madison avenue was hostess to the rugalite: Pleasure Club Thursday evening' After a i short business meeting cards were playM Winners of the prizes were first prize Miss Hortense Jones: second prize Mrs picy Bruce A repast was served GOLDEN LEA WHIST CLUB Mrs Beatrice Jones entertained the Gold en Leaf Whist Club on rriaay nigni interesting game of cards wag played ter business a delightful repast served i WAKAPA cn ED CLUB INC Charles Simms ot1122iN Eden street was the cordial host last week to the Wakapa Co ed Club Inc and: their friends Dancing and cards were tie fea tures At mid night ia delightful repast was served I THE UNITED PLEASURE CLUB The United Pleasure' Club entertained with a whist party and membership drive or Monday evening' at 1318 Lexington street The ew members in were Mrs Mary Parker M'rs Agnes Thomas Misses Grace Chase Alma Yplkman Geor gia Riley Blanch Yellowday Bessie Gross Helen White Willie Harrell Messrs Calvin Dorsey William Jasper Buddle Smith Joseph Queen George Blak'e Burton Tay lor and Grafton Thompsori: Members of the club ave: Arthur Jas per president: Mrs Mary Griffin financial secretary Miss Evelyn recording secretary Herman Dorsey treasurer: Miss Pearl Brown chaplain rank Anderson sergeant at arms and Clarence Lee busi ness manage THE MERCREDI SOIR BRIDGE CLUB The Mercredi Soir Bridges Club met at the residence of Mrs Herbert Mossley 1215 Whitelock street last Wednesday An en joyable Evening was i EL TANGO WHIST CLUB The El Tango Whist Club was charming ly entertained last week the home of Mrs Elizabeth After the business meeting cards and dancing' were the eve ning's pleasure A very pleasant repart followed with Herman Douglas as toast master The prize winners in cards were Mrs Virginia Smith Ms! a Ethel razier and Miss Annie Burke The extra guests included Mrs Virginia Smith William Hoard Herman I Cole SHerman Douglas and Walter Wiley Miss Ruth Thompson nt jani nmld Hill avenue entertained the club Tuesday Miss Mamio Barney was taken in as a new member THE LINDY LU CARD CLUB Mrs Nellie Wilkes: was i the charming hostess to the Lindy Lu 'Card Club Tues day evening irst Mrs Marltta Daniels: second prize Mrs: annie Addi son: consolation rprlze Mre'May Pembroke After cards a delicious repast was served The club will close (for the Christmas holidays to re open on jjanuary 7 with Miss Mary Young 1725 Laurens street Mrs May Pembroke i and Mrs Marltta Daniels were the invited guests LES BELLES DOUZE CLUB Les Belles Douse Club met with Mrs Elnora Caln i on Tuesday evening Business' took up the (greater part ot the evening InwinS Brown second third i tion Sealine ur Coats 669 5Q I ine quality coats of genuine seal inc cither plain or trimmed with collars and cuffs different furs All lined and warmly Interlined inest quality pelts are used throughout and the coats are guaranteed to give sect lee Sizes 16 to 30 i Dear Santa: I a'm a little girl six years old and at tend the Division Street school I am in the first grade Mrs Jones ia my teacher I love her as much as I 'do you I live at 2309 Madison ayentie want you to bring ms for Christmas a doll a desk a vtctrola galoshes stockings nuts candies ana iruns Kememoer my mother father and all mv friends do not forge my teacher Now Santa don forget me 2309 Madison Avenue Make Yckir Own Beauty Preparations You can cheaply and success youn own BEAUTYAspirations ty following sent you State wu Partition desired Jeclr is desired for tr eating harsh stubborn hair for Rnd haIr Whether fnr ulaeor recipe for cream is an oily skinl or a dry skin ori Recipe of All RtindSTVxfOr 'Rheumatism and Kun Down Conditions i cens or stamps for recipe or One Dollar for three recipes I i Address Registered Pharmacist Vt J5 I Ninth xr vi Washington i AGENTS WANTED To Distribute The The Lucky Star And The Latest Combination Dream Book The combination Dream Book con sists: of three parts Including The New York Clearing House Report for the past five years Write I DRIVES' OVE IRE HOSE PAYS $20 INE Because he ran over a Are hose at rM and Caroline streets during a fre Benjamin Ward 319 Spring street was fined $20 and costs when xiaied into the Eastern police station BoyrBlake Pay $32 Charles Blake alias 124 1 A Jas street was fined $32 when jCted of carrying a deadly weap llct station Saturday i Dear Santa Claus: I want a doll a set of dishes and some candy nuts and oranges Do not forget my brothers They want a bus and a dog They want some' candy and nuts' too De not forget my mother and father eith er I know what they want ROSE ANNA BROOKS Xjutualdtij i Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy nine yetup old I am in the sixth grade I would like' for you to bring me a sail boat Erector set a rain coat and anything olse you think best for me forget my sisters and grand parents and my father and mother Sincerely yours I WALTER HARRIS HUNTSMEN CLUB The Huntsmen Club will be hosts at their first formal ball riday evening December 27 at the Pride of Baltimore Auditorium Officers of the dub are: Lee Hall president Marie Brooks vice president Ernest Prettyman secretary Thomas Brooks treasurer Samuel Walker ehair man members are Edith Jones Sadie Iler Alverta Walker John Bailey (and Ernest Tarter THE MODERNISTIC WHIST CLUB Mrs Neader Nash was a very charming hostess to the Modernistic Whist Club on last Wednesday evening The first prize was won by Mrs Marie Downs the second by Mrs Lola Pye and prize by Mrs Corrlne Ward The honored guests were: Mrs Marie Downs and Mrs Ruth Johnson At a late hdur a delightful repast was served Mrs Lola Pye of 2515 Madison avenue will en tertain the club Wednesday evening i THE MERRY WHIST CLUB Mrs Belle Phillips was the charming host ess to the Merry Makers' Whist Club last Wednesday The invited gjiests were Mrs Orossltte of New York Miss Emma Willis of Atlantic City Msson and James Phillips After a brief meeting cards were played and a delightful repast1 was served Miss Ida Bird will entertain the club De cember 18 i THE JOLtY JUNIORS The Jolly Juniors held their 'meeting this week at the home of Miss Dorothy Hall of 640 Carrollton avenue After a business meeting a repast was served" Miss Evelyn Tooks was taken in as a new member THE NARCISSUS EMBROIDERY CLUB The Narcissus Embroidery Club spent a delightful evening at the home? of Mrs Sa rah Cole last week After an interesting meeting covers were laid for ten Miss Ida Sailers was special guest ISONOMY WHIST cluB Mrs Watfeon was hostess Isonomy Whist Club this week Mrs Bennis won the first prize Mrs Rose Harrison the sec ond prize and Mrs Jessie ord the third prize THE CLUB The good old Club spirit was revived on Saturday from 3 until 7 (pm at the home of Mrs Gladys Derry I at Morgan Park The nlaces of missing members were filled by Misses Mary Brown: Ethel Scott u1 land Olive Maxwell and Waltye Murphy The members present were Camille Levy Emily Johnson Elizabeth Johnson Ro maine Jones Pauline i Wharton Mildred Jones and Vashtl Maxwell The close ap proach of Christmas was noted: In the laurel sprays red and green salad red sherbert in green glassware and in the gay prizes and wrappings Miss Ethel Scott received the guest prize Miss Emily Johnson and Miss Levy the first and second club prizes Mrs Derry was assisted by her mother Mrs' Holland and Mrs Murphy THE ORIENTAL WIHST CLUft The Oriental Whist Club thet at the resi dence of Mrs Alma Chatm0nJ2119 Madison avenue Thursday Cards were played after which a collation was served! Prizes were awarded: Mrs Ruth Thomas first prize Miss Annie Wilson second prize and Mrs Mamie Rhodes third Extra guests were: Mrs Sadie Hayden and Mrs annie Hall THE SEMPER IDEM CLUB Mrs Julia Lee of 1920 MeCulloh street was a charming hostess to 4 the Semper Idem Club on lastf riday After business the evening was spent tn cards Mrs Gertrude reeman won the first prize Mrs Alma Thomas the second prize and Mrs Mrs prize sale: at the Thundsy' i Burns Incense To Change Luck Do you know that thousands of people burn Incense just to their And claim to get results tool This practice dates back to i Biblical days when burning Incense was believed to have miraculous power for the good Then the priests wise men and all burned Incense with similar faith The amazing new Ineensa known as contains certain things which were used in crude form thous ands of years ago But now it is press ed into odd shaped Stars and each one branded with the "Lucky Star The odor is wonaeriui and they are very useful Try them yourself accord ing to directions in each package and see Send at an tnr fullrtze box of or 25c for a trial package vo aay Mnnev hack if von are not aeiigntea i LUCKY MG CO Dept A 632 Sixth Street Cincinnati Ohio 1 nn: nf th same height 8 ft '7 light skin Wore corduroy pants black coat and brown hat I i I Sick List I Missing VIOLATES PAROLE JAILED Having violated 'his parole i five months after being freed I Calvert Johnson 1324 Harlem avenue was re arrested by Northwestern district authorities on charges preferred by Beal Elliott probation officer Tues day! I CHARGED WITH PATERNITY Accused by Miss Georgia Walker 3 NJ Amity street of being the 'fath er of her infant child Carroll Queen 30 1046 Saratoga street was re leased Saturday on $500 ball lor a hearing before the grand Jury fol lowing a hearing in the Western po lice fetation 1 STABBED BY UNKNOWN MAN 1 I Richard Robinson 40 613 Lee street is in the South Baltimore Generar Hospital suffering from stab wounds of the face and body! received whert he was attacked by some un known man while walking on Lee near (Warner street Saturday RUNS CAR INTO LAMPjPOST When the automobile he ope rating ran into a lamp post atj Carey street and Edmondson avenuei Clay born Keeney 29 1302 Stockton street suffered lacerations and contusions of the chest and back Thursday anniversary ox Her gussts door by Mrs Mrs Randolph rpivinn linp hv and Lula Clerrents classmates The only other classmate now living in Lynchburg being Daniel Butler who was among the callers The spacious' home was tastefully decorated wit' cut flowers jthe color scheme being gold to fit the occasion After greeting the hostess! who was gowned in point lace over material of gold made en train the guests were ushered into the sun parlor where in a gold bound Album each left his autograph rom there they proceeded to the back hall where Mrs Eliza Hatcher and Mrs Maggie Willis served delicious fruit punch which contained wine over fifty years old Later gold colored refreshments were served by the following friends: Mesdames Irene Bolling Bertha Nel son Rosa Dodson Mary Miller Mar teal Walker and Bessie Langhorne On display were dainty dresses worn by the hostess when: a child and hand woven quilts towels and other Interesting articles made by her mother and grandmother over seven ty five years ago About one hun dred and fifty friends called each of whom received an unique souvenir Meadows for the losers APOPLEXY VICTIM ALLS ON WAY TO HIS WORK CLEARING HOUSE in COMBINATION 1 can Combination Dream Incense 1 COMBINATION Dream Book i 3 1st part a 3 numbers dream 2nd part Clearinc house i reports for past 5 3rd part Secret of numbers 1 Rabbit foo Charm 1 Chinese Good Luck tin 1 piece Lodestone REE with thi order SEAL 14 of Spiritual Service A Good Luck In play as soon tn 7 Books of Moses Send 36 cent I stamps with order pay postma 2 298 Alexander Box A 96 Col 4 fl Station New York Mutual Md Dear Mr Santk: I co to schol every day sixth grkde I try to be good and learn my lesson I havs been a good girl this year I have taken care of my grandfather I wish you would send i me a pair of roller skates and a dolU and a table with chairs also some candy nuts and oranges Please do not forget my mother and father also ny large and small sisters I am ten years old A Merry Christmas! Yours LORENCE JOHNSON Crumpton Md I a Machine Overturns 1 I 4 i Baltimore i Men! En Route to the City Cut land Bruised i i Two men James Williamson and William Lewis Lemmon stieet were badly cut and bruised i wnen their machine was side swined by another car causing it to run into a 11 6 MM MVXZ Mavji uu urmuni un me Boulevard near Glenburnie Sunday The men were len route to Balti more from Annapolis when the ac cideni occurred They were taken uuui me 'aeons pi tne aemonsnea machine nd brought to the South nHumore uenera: Hospitaley were treated Community Notes ths RhPn CfvaaO LfAiisa varaalr waaccu vvilJHlUiai vy aivuov 1 selling Christmas cards tb aid them villeir emp equipments 1 Daughters and Sons will give wt numerous baskets to the poor at 1 Ottietmas fl He Annie Banks chapter Order ot Star vin hold its annual gift and Community House The Biggest AU Negro Weekly Thft A frn American Baltimore Saturday December Why worry about delayed period! irojr i unnatartl I cause Get Qwek Result using 1 Liaaid Tablet Rebel Used by doctors Move eaaes I long orerdne Pleasant tale no interference anv 1 dutieC Satisfaction guaranteed treatment Poetare if COJ Specially Compounded for Very 1 ObatMo Caaea $5 00 Illustrated older ree with order ETONE CO Dept St Umta CHARLES soldier of San a visit to his ton at the home ot Mrs Lewis Johnson of 2542 Madison avenue MISS GENEVA WHITE 911 Arlington Avenue has gone to South Boston Va to spend the Christmas holidays She was ac companied by her brother Royal White MR AND MRS WEST JEERSON Of 720 Gilmor street left the city on ri day to spend the holidays with their lather and mother in Atkins 8C MRS ALRED BAILEY 1010 Argyle ave nue has just returned after a three weul: visit with her nephew I A isher and Mrs Mabel Johns of Newark New Jersey MRS JOSEPH MASON of 309 Presstman street was called suddenly to West Phila delphia last week bn account of the death of her uncle William Lewis CHARLES LOCKS HALL a student at Hampton Institute is spending the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs Clinton nan MISS at New holiday John Woodhous 539 Presstman street She has as her house guest Miss Thelm Carter of New York a student at Hunter College I I i MISS ZERITA STEPTEAU is teaching high school history and English at Paul Quinn College Waco Texas of which' Bishop Brooks is chancellor i MRS JEANETTE MOORE spent the past week end in Washington MISS MARJORIE LYNCH of this city spent the week end in Wasningion Dc MISS ADELAIDE of Dr Mrs Lafayette avenue Howard University! in is returning home this week for the Christ mas holidays 'p i CLIORD GRAYSON and George John son of Purcellville Va are i visiting here MR AND MRS THEODORE PETERS of Magnolia Md motored here Sunday LLOYD I PHILIP' William and Arthur Stevenson and George Dorsey of Mag nolia Ma spent i Saturday here RAYMOND RAISIN spent the week end in ivi flffnn i in ivici i i 1 i j' uuvu wjr 4 vs 400 vo ivxaxjr wiunu MISS MARY LIZZIE NORTON spent the Emma Bright and Mesdames Hol week end with her Md I MRS I SYLVESTER nolla Md is ill tn MANUEL LOTT Huntingdon Pa He returned home riday MRS WILLIAMS spent a few' days with her sister Mrs Martha Johnsen ot Chesterville Md i MISS ESSIE THOMAS spent the week end with her parents Mr and Mrs Way mon" Thomas at Chesterville1 Md MR AND MRS1 CHARLES DUCKERY spent the week end with their parents Mr and Mrs Weston Thomas and Mrs Charles Duckery Sr CHARLES ANDERSON was I the guest Qf Mr and Mrs Edward Smith of Toston last week 1 I i MRS LILLIAN BRESSETT is leaving this week to visit her mother and friends in Chestertwon Md KERMIT visited his parents Mr Mrs Joht Bruner of rederick Sunday: also his I grandmother Mrs Wilson MRS ANNIE JACKSON and Mrs lor ence White of Cambridge visited friends and relatives been recently i MRS SUSIE BURTON has returned home after visiting her daughter and son in law Mr and Mrs James McDaniel THE MEMBERS 'and their guests of the Hellope Sewing Circle of Annapolis were the guests of Mr and Mrs Gross 1005 Brantley street riday following a theatre party at Royal when Mrs Gross served a delicious repast to Mr and Mrs Thomas Harris Mr and Mrs reddie Makell Mrs Eleanor Hicks Mrs Gertrude Jenkins Mrs Elizabeth Maggie Wilson Mr and Mrs Joseph Wright George Diggs and Miss Bertha Cartr 1 CLEANUS BROWN and daughter have rarivman rn rnair nnmrz hi nHriHown after spending time here JOHN HAMMOND of Denton i Md spent a part of the week in this city MISS is Itelre General MISS EMMA AUNTLEROY Of Denton' Md attended the funeral of her auntr here last week JOHNSON 'visited his alma matre Johnson Smith University I Charlotte NC last week i MR AND MRS HARRY WEBSTER of At lantic City visited i their daughters 1 Mrs Edna Redman and Miss Theodosia Webster and a son Monroe Webster here last week EDWARD TERRY of Atlantic City visiit ing relatives and friends here week 1 I A Birthday Reception! 'A delightful birthday reception' was given Ssodav at the iWachsellan Mantone Medi afe Company 1425 Pennsylvania avenue in Sot of Wm Charles Nallie1 snouts were entertained in a beauti fy deeorated room Wm Thornton a for "ir student of Howard University amused those present by rendering a theatrical ser mon titled also a poem his i At 10OClOCK line JDCXXU wao OV4V ww toting of delicacies of the season i 4iw cake hearins thirty can Am was ngntea oyivs4 ajmc kv thohnst Nome ilso a former Howard Uni 1 znflnn versify1 man made a vexy picn vaiv commending his friends and employees on tk aelnn li I Those present were: Mr and Mrs Mo htnuned Joffa hir and Mrs Wm Thom son Misses Selena) Purvey ana inuia I Walker Messrs Nathaniel Lomax Harry Walker Mid Wm Nalhe I to 1 i i Two Meh Injured as fll JI 1 a I wJUC 1 on in I 3 color scheme carrecu fLjiI hibh vi as anil was beauuiuur comDOSCd inioni hc rnnnln Normal of members most? tfBlond jnbO B1und Va a VWiUia'n5 is planning just! Locxnea future tn HUS vi nine guest Of farri Partv wnd Nurses Dance ninvable parties this week Aon the rtv and dance sponsoredthe cri PT Hospital nurses at the proviaent )vlslon street on em Carr8 Misses Bertha Madden Sarah Jack I Oe VMselT Leola Demby Mll I In Xan Holley Helen Johnson varjorie Myles oaran rui tiitl hnson Georganna Donald AM Sr Marguerite Tallferro AnWw EStella Kent! Alma Ben Stephens Wise Messrs yrneM rvin March Charles wlsonMarsh Smallwood Tartar Patrick ffiiwn Maxwell Chapman I Syi'n Pi 'John Dorsey and a num the staff doctors nr flBertcley Dr Holland ofnteie31 Druid Hill 1 Mrr Hele3 nrt on Sunday from 6 to honor of Mrs Mollie Keen of C1sHhOost at a dance given John Thomas was st hlg residence lastJOwWkapa Club at ms i Ttie nrooms Anita Polk Mary jrsly white Dorothy Tate Ida Brner Phebe iNanny Yates Ber Wrlsht tt Beatrice Tate Evelyn Cor Haskins Beaxm rances Wane rances Clinton Messrs Henry James I Green ixoel Abraham Howard Ben Henry Calvin Giaddne fMt Vernon wn Clinton Mur ford Maddox Earl Richard rilwAArt KOOluavu rioranra 'Barnes and ISman' Smith i i fie Don Juan Club Entertzn i Hotel ifiii I The Don CJU An Thursday eve 'dsnee at me '7'or more ot their pin? for four hunthdlblted exqUislte set fnends The fl! lights and Christ with varied colored ksteveDS Man furnished the enticing A irers and members of the club Barney' president: Joe Johnson James Hall financial sec recordlns secretary Earl Garrison Aamanaeer'' members: Alfred Daven Aes Purvey Simmons Waethal 'fit Xrles Gordon Wade Miller and James viawm Bon Ami The were delilktful md dtnce Iftst loh lUrtt A Birthday Surprise i birthday surprise party wasglven by Mrs filse Smith of 1130 Carrollton Monday evening in honor of her little fterett's music de I After tne piayiuis fl iightful refreshments were fXed aster Adelaide Per kTns Mkbri nirNeida Howell Irma and Oertrude Chesleyl Lorraine Clark Helen and Lloyd Persons Inin Howell Cha les and Bernard Smith Edward Junes Owens arid William Tomkins Many useful gifts were received and a pleasant time enjoyed byiajl $1895 to $29 50 CLOTH COATS Not old coats but coats that arc made up lu the newest style straight line or Oared models All wool materials with guaranteed fur collars and cuffs Blacks greens and browns Sizes 14 to 4 Extra Size ine Coats A' special group of extra size black brondeloth coats with black fur (Dollars and cuffs and black lining ine' quality line models Trimmed with genuine Charming' array of models for the matron Sizes 444 to 56 New $7950 Coats Made of finest quality broadcloth trimmed with furs of pointed black or red fox? All the new styles The! long uneven hemline and long back arc featured Green blue brown or black All sizes Mrs Ruth Thompson of 1924 Druid WWUW health nurst quite sick at her home with la grppe Miss Louise Browa of 503 Lafayette avenue Junior High School teacher of School No 106 Is confined to her bed with injuries received In an automobile accident last wfcek i I I League Notes The patients at Henryton were treated to a Christmas visit by the Co operative Wom en5sl Civic League last Sunday An inter esting and enlightening program was ren dered Mr Woodhous principal ot School 113 i gave a discourse on Miss Alleen Briggs Girl Reserve secretary of the YWCA sang the YWCA Girl Re serve song the and Mrs Sumner Whyte related a story on Miss Mabel Whiting executive secretary of the YWCA gave a delight ful talk on Christmas Mrs Sarah ernandis president of the league presided i Mrs Woodhous chairman of the program committee Is responsible for put ting over this program Mrs IdaiR cHH toni Mr adn" Mrs Walter Carr who kindly gave 1 the use of their car fend Mias Hazel Macbeth executive secretary of the Civic League were among those wno tripi Christmas cheer in the candy fruit and magazines was the (patients Th executive committee met at home Saturday December 14 The Sixth Ward held their regular month ly meeting at the home of Mrs Helen Dean 1625 Ashland avenue There is re vived interest and enthusiasm Two members joined the league: Mrs lossie Pet ers and Mrs Delaphlne Dorsy I The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Dorsey 1832 Madison street the third Monday in January I '1 Girl Poisoned by Alcohol i 1 ound lying in front of her home unconscious Miss Betty Malone 712 W'l Lexington street was taken to i the University hospital where phy sicians found her suffering from al coholic poisoning SKULL RACTURED I Miss Helen reeman 16 902 Bolton street had her skull fractured and left broken when the auto mobile in which she was riding was struck by another machine i causing it to overturn at St Paul and Madi son streets Monday I I want to thank my many friendj and the general public for their pat ronage trace I engaged in business seven year ago the 8th of Decem ber 1922 I earnestly solicit a share of your trade1 in the future Wishing all a very Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year? JHENRY Proprietor 1 New Jersey Green Grocer 1 335 Jonathan I Street Hagerstown Md if paar Santa 1 I am a 13 year oM girt I am good' and try to do rny best in school and at home Please bring me a sweater a tam an em broidery aet and some stockings I would also like to have some nuts and candy Sincerely 'ifl BLANCHE HARRIS ri'' best Conquori Root In mt erln ine veiv uoo The very best Incense Used and recommended by Rush your oraer io Baltimore Branch Store Caln i on Tuesday Prizes were awarded tne roi Mrs Henry Brown first: Edythe Ventura MTN VjICIIXCAAV and Mrs: Charley White ronsoia fl 1 THE ONTENELLE CLUB ontelle Club held its benefit card at the residence et" Mrs Chanie on Monday The prizes were The1 funds are to be used fl 'j' Cl lliiiir 0 $24 98 I Tl LIQUID $25 I I fl Vww 'I i'i ibJUL JO I ft ie i I lit I I Ki fiB A I I Km i i If if ft Sa ii flKElW'' jlp rK flSI fl 1501 4' i 'ztr a zt 7 'l A 'z i a Bkrife a i a a xi 1'CT' w1 Tur ew i isr a rbW 'a a a nk 4 S3 gSeSiM 1 lai a fi MbJ Leo oS UT kI rS S3 Um Mb i i a Lj.

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