|Source: Negro Star (Wichita, KS) Vol.: 23 Issue: 47
Pages: 2, 3
Dated: Friday, March 6, 1931
- Miss Onneda Tomlin spent the week end at
Coffeyville, Kans. visiting relatives and friends
- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Felix
Brown have purchased new cars.
- Rev. J. R. Roman, pastor of Newton, Kans. Baptist
Church was in our city on business, last week.
- Mrs. Francis Patterson who has been confined to her bed
for some time is yet unimproved; her two daughters are caring
for her, Miss Mary Peterson and Mrs. Gladys Doty.
- The N. A. A. C. P. met last Tuesday night at the C. M. E.
Church and the Executive Committee met last Friday nite at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Derritt, 723 N. Taylor;
Mrs. E. L. Tomlin was elected president.
- The Friendship Art Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. E. L. Tomlin, 1110 N. Oak St.; during the social
hour sandwiches, fruit salad, pie and coffee were served;
members present: Mrs. W. M. Huggins, Mrs. Katie Duncans, Mrs.
Harry Brown, Mrs. Alford Venters, Mrs. Lauretta Buckner, Mrs.
Henry Molden, Mrs. E. L. Tomlin and Miss Lillian Edwards.
- The Golden Needle Art Clug will meet to-night at the
home of Mrs. Artie Smith.
- Mrs. Lauretta Bickner is on the sick list
- Mrs. Clara Payne has arrived home after a several
months visiting with relatives and friends at Birmingham, Ala.
All her many friends are glad to have her home again.
Contributed by Sharon Wick