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Mrs. Ocie Tor Piti Bata Sigma annual Dane the 200 Sigma members looked Forward with pleasure of greeting members and the 800 or lore guests inv Iii Friday evening to their annual dance at the Sheraton Cadillac. Be guests entered the ballroom. You could have thought you were in a Flower Garden the e orchids grow profusely is All ladies were wearing orc ids in Many colors. The Sigma men wore White nations and they were res pendent in sartorial elegance in i Blue or White suit. Needless to a this auxiliary did not cast a Shadow Over them smile in a Hile or Blue gown becoming Lair does and Femi Minc Sweet less. Jimmie Wilkins 17 piece orchestra really played danceable Nusic for this Lovely affair. Outstanding men of Hartford honoured by ladies a r society in connection with the annual Calendar rally of the ladies Aid society of Hartford Avenue Baptist Church five outstanding men and their families were presented. This unique idea was brought to the society by its chairman mrs. Evelyn Mayo. The men honoured were messes. Josh Armstrong John Motley Johnny Phillips Rex Taylor and Henry w. Walls. The procession was led by the chairman the men and their families in alphabetical order and seated in the Sanctuary. The members of the ladies Aid society followed and were seated to the right of the altar the Young Peoples choir conducted by or. Robert Harris minister of music Sang a Onward Christian after the Devotion the Hono Rees were introduced to the con. Gregat on. Mrs. Lorene Shearer narrator read the biography of each honoree As follows 1 spiritual contribution to Church and Community 2 contribution and leadership ability displayed in the Community 3 the families contribution to Church and Community. After each biography a musical selection was Given by a member of the family or a Friend. This Beautiful setting of the men and their families All in one Accord gave a display Seldom equated and never surpassed. At the close of the program the congregation led by mrs. Rosa Kemp Sang with spirit and strength a perfect in the Hill auditorium the reception was Given and there was a Fine display of pictures of the Honoreen and their families including children grand children and great grand children. The entire afternoon was a great Success. Mrs. Luca Walls president and Rev. Charles a. Till pastor. Current topic the current topic study club held their regular program meeting at the Home of mrs. Edna Holcomb of 18626 Wexford tucs May evening. Or. Egglestone pres., opened the meeting with the regular form of program meetings with mrs. Ola Poole As chairman. The guest speaker was mrs. Eve Sonenblick from the jewish Home for the aged and was by mrs. Sue Thompson Secretary. Mrs. Garald be Carmichael gave the introduce ions. Mrs. Sonenblick gave us the history of the jews from the Cradle to present Day living correcting Many erroneous reports and giving hard cold fact that we All could gain by applying them to ourselves. She was most interesting. The weather had been most Stormy earlier in the Day but it a not deter the club attendance. We were c imply delighted to be it and see where the Snow had Laid a White Blanket everywhere a he shrubbery the fir Trees Ere Han inn heavy with Snow and the Brilliant lighted Home if our hostess greeted us with Erith and cordiality. She served us a delicious three course dinner making us All Nelcome. A s club meeting mrs. Theodore Everette of Marston was hostess to the de a Roit women a City club last tuesday which was a Beautiful Early Spring Day with a Good at end Anee. The Agenda carried the report if the anniversary dinner and other items. A delicious luncheon was served. The guest was mrs. Rose Montgomery. Mrs. Benjamin Mcfall will be he hostess at the april meet. Runt will be the next hostess. The club expressed their sympathy to mrs. Annette Hotchkiss mrs. Ruby Richard and mrs. Ola Carr in the passing of their love ones. To the students of Northwestern in View of the recent basketball game Between Northwestern and Highland Park High school tiie Northwestern High school. The letter read As follows a the Northwestern High school alumni Macioci Alioti wishes to express its wholehearted a Japport of the student body of Northwestern in View of the recent Adverse publicity directed towards Northwestern following the basketball game at the University of Detroit High school tuesday evening March 9, 1965. We know that the overwhelming majority of students did not and would not participate in such acts of outrageous conducts and we do hereby affirm our Faith in you. Quot we reject the Blanket condemnation and the unjustified abuse which you have been subjected Bec Auci of the misconduct of a few regardless of whether those responsible were Active students or merely irresponsible spectators. There appears to have been Little or no respect for tha individual Worth of tha Rasponi ble majority a fact of particular importance during this period in history when men of Goodwill All Over the world Are striving to overcome this kind of injustice. Quot your individual responsibility As students however is to apply yourselves with enthusiastic Fervour toward the attainment of proving your Worth As citizens and human beings. Aspire to excellence. Do not make peace with mediocrity and do not allow society to spell out with brutal clarity the limitations of your ambitions. Quot for this is your country your Community your Home and your school. Great men have done great things Here and will continue to to so. You students of Northwestern can help make America what America must Northwestern High school alumni association a Monsey Wilson president Amos a. Wilder chairman committee on Community relations. A Morris Brown collage alumni association the Morris Brown College choir of Atlanta which will be heard Here on april 4, at the Community Church is an assembled group of the colleges most talented Young singers. While on tour the group consists of thirty five voices under the leadership of or. G. Johnson Hubert and accompanied by professor Colonius Davis. They bring to a single performance musical culture and entertainment of a varied Type and of the highest Caliper. Their repertoire includes music dating from the 16th Century through the modern schools of music Folk music excerpts from oratories spirituals and some popular. This talented group will be presented by the Detroit Morris Brown College alumni. Tickets will be available at the Church Entrance at 6 30 . Until 7 p. M. As the concert will begin promptly on schedule and late Comers will not be seated until the end of the first Section of the program. This group has Sung to every conceivable Type of audience and has always elicited enthusiastic applause and unstinting Praise. Mrs. Claudia Brown Quot chairman of business and professional group the downtown business and professional group of second Baptist Church presented the proscenium players in a one act play a was others see us Friday evening at the Owca. The play was very interesting and Many Hearty laughs were heard from All. There is always Good Talent in plays exhibited As this was Friday evening. Another one please. Or. Mcarthur Colton rally two. J-1771 Tat. 6 to. 2-17m dentist 11 Griswold Stree Page 8 Detroit Tribune saturday april 3, 1965 social amp Church society Mboi the Michigan professional photographers 24th annual convention was held in the Pantlind hotel grand rapids Michigan March 13-16th. At the awards night banquet or. Maurice Laclaire pictured in the Center receiving congratulations from or. Fletcher Williams received the National award for service to professional photography. The award was issued by the professional photographers of America inc., however it was the decision of the Michigan professional photographers that the Honor should be bestowed upon or. Laclaire. Or. Laclaire master photographer is referred to As the father of color and the american Beauty Dye Transfer. During the session he gave a dynamic lecture and demonstration on Quot color today and the Texas style Straw hats and neck pieces were worn by All of the banquet guests including the participants this bearing out the Western theme seen in the decorations. Pictured with these two gentlemen Are their wives mrs. Laclaire and mrs. Williams respectively. By Ruby Williams Charlotte Quann Joseph Webster. Soc Al worker Clarence Harris Marion Moore Bendt r. Hill youth Bureau Rev. Charles a. Hill pastor har Ford Avenue Baptist Church mrs. Walter Mcmurtry and Samuel Tucker platform guests and panel members it the Westside youth Organiza Tion meeting Heidet Northwestern High school March 24th. The theme was Quot please Tell plans Complete for 129th Church anniversary plans have been completed Lor the Celebration of the anniversaries of the Rev. A. A. Banks. Or. And second Baptist Church of Detroit 441 Monroe. The Observance to commence april will Mark the 129th anniversary of the Church and the 18th of the pastor. The anniversary theme is a a Jesus is the answer to a poverty stricken to i. The anniversary theme song is a Jesus the Light of the world. At 10 30 . Sunday april 4th, the Rev. Edward Goodman executive Conn to Council of churches will deliver the opening an at 3 30 . The Rev. J. H. Gatlin pastor of it. Calvery Baptist Church will be guest speaker. Sunday april 11th at the 10 30 . Worship Palm sunday the Rev. Banks will speak to the congregation and Many International students who will be special guest. At 6 . Licentiate Rudolph Bryant will deliver the youth night message. Or. Robert Knox director of Detroit housing commiss on will be special guest tuesday april 13th-group Fellowship night. Good Friday april 16 for the first second and third periods respectively the Rev. William Saunders chaplain of Jackson Michigan prison the Rev. Nathan Hendricks and the Rev. Willard p. Macy former associate minister of the Church will be guest speakers. Easter sunday april 18th, the Rev. A. A. Banks jr., pastor will preach in three worship services 6 00 . A 8 30 . And 10 30 . Or. Rudolph Bryant will deliver the 6 . Sermon. Or. D. E. King pastor of Friendship Baptist Church new York City will deliver the closing messages of the anniversary sunday april 25th. At 10 30 . And 3 30 . Anniversary chairmen Are or. Leon Robinson and mrs. Hattie Taylor. Publicity chairmen Are or. Marcus Patton and mrs. Carolyn Rushton. The Public is invited to these services. A a a mrs. Eunice Mccray Dan Ord on birthday Eri i Light chapter no. 15 of the greater Queen t grand chapter . Gave a birthday party honouring mrs. Eunice Mccray of Holbrook Street. Mrs. Mccray is Wonky Matron of the Hopter. The affair was held saturday in the Home of or. And mrs. Clyde Moody of 1561 w. A Eclid. For the Celebration the honoree choose a Bright Green rape metallic o tfx to with Matching jewelry and Silver shoos. Among guests present wore friends from Universal . Located on it. Elliott amp Cha be void Closter Poole or. And mrs. C. Sims. Or. Willie Elliott. Also Gladys Harris Mary Cunningham Bertha Hightower of Covera apartment on Holbrook. Other guests present were or. And mrs. Pickett and or. Thornton of St. John Lodge no. 25, or. William Hubbard and or. Hamilton. Many Lovely cards gifts and Well wishes came from friends including or. And mrs. Phillip c. Rasberry mrs. Inez Cooper and mrs. James Woodard. Second anniversary of the reverend Charles William Butler new Calvery Baptist Church 3975 Concord observed the second anniversary of their pastor the Rev. Charles William Butler thursday through monday. Theme a exploring individual responsibility in disciple ship. Family night was observed on thursday and youth night was observed Friday sermons were by the Rev. A. A. Banks jr., pastor of second Baptist Church of Detroit. The Observance climaxed with supper at the Crossroads restaurant. Mrs. Willa Cunningham was chairman or. Roland Carter co chairman. Or. Benjamin j. Wailes program Chr. Elton Baptist Church March 28, 1965 climaxed the Celebration of the 39th anniversary of Elton Baptist Church. Mrs. Lasalle guides chairman mrs. Sythine Tucker co Chr. The Rev. Elmer w. Smith. Mrs. Nellie Tribble was a Fine citizen. A Christian woman and i real Friend. # Cinderella club the Cinderella club held its month la meeting with mrs. A Quot Iii Shelton with mrs. Mammie Hale giving prayer and mrs. Alice Moore presiding As mrs. M. Howell is in California. Reports were Given by All committees. Mrs. Edith Gamble will be chair it. Vernon Baptist Church the Rev. Welton w. Williams of Williams Chapel delivered the principal message at 3 30 . For the Observance of the it. Vernon Baptist Church 39th anniversary and installation service for it. Vernon a first two female trustees. Or. William Richardson Church organist dedicated his own composition of a to it. Vernon. The two trustees installed were mrs. Priscilla drizzle president of the senior and mrs. Louella Sargent former president of the senior usher Board. Mrs. Emma Robinson presided As mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Leitha Houser was 1 publicity chairman. Mrs. Menetta j Robinson anniversary chairman and the Rev. John if. Payne is i minister. St. Roberts ladies plan rummage on april 3rd the ladies of St. Roberts have found a Way to banish a Cabin fever and rid themselves of a Winter doldrums. They be been Busy these past weeks preparing for their 12th annual Spring rummage Sale to be held saturday april 3rd from 9 . To 4 . Jenny Cerveney and Norma Miles have been directing traffic in and out of the Church Hall on w. Chicago at Inkster Road and an Eye witness reports there Are Many exciting bargains in every department. Whether its an antique or a Quot like new item on their list smart easter bunnies will he on hand this saturday april 3rd to take Home a Basket of bargains rummage Sale saturday april 3rd St. Robert Bellarmine Church w. Chicago at Inkster Road 9 . To 4 . It. Vernon Baptist Church Jos car Pau Hald its 39th anniversary and installation service sunday March 28th at 3 30 o clock . Pictured Are mrs. Menetta Robinson Rev. Welton w. Williams mrs. Priscilla drizzle Rev. John h. Payne and mrs. Louella Sargent. Mrs. Eunice Mccray of Holbrook was honoured at a birthday party saturday in the Home of or. And mrs. Clyde Moody. With her seated Are members of Bright Light chapter no. 15 . Or Dorothy Hubbard conduct Ress Annie Mae Fairfax Secretary mrs. Eunice Mccray honoree and worthy Matron Hattie Frances Williams associate Matron Lillian Emile chaplain. Standing or Lillian Madison Electa Evelyn Hancock Martha Ruby Moody water Clyde Moody associate Patron Millie Little Ruth Arrie Littlejohn Ada Augustine Hamilton marshal. Mrs. Mary Davis of it. Zion Baptist Church Ecorse Mich was guest speaker for the pastors club of it. Pleasant Baptist 3712 Preston last Sun afternoon at the 3 30 . Period. Accompanying her was her husband or. George Davis instructor of the Home Bible study class and friends from Veorse Mich. Mrs. Whiting is president of the club the Rev. C. O. Stewart. Minister

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