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SHIPMANS FETED IT DINNER
Mias Madeline Shipman and Mrs
Thelma Shipman Unthank wete the
koMVK guest* at an attractive din
ner party given by Mias Dorothy
William* at the Morning Glory Tea
Ro^m Monday evening. Miss Williams
had as hey guests: Grayce Dorsey,
Ireta Walker, Ruth Jones, Mesdames
Alma Webster Clark. Louise Smith,
A mania Williams. lone Hangar and
The Shipmans just returned from
their summer ramp in Minnesota
and spent a few days in Omaha and
are now making a tour of the west.
MRS. ALMA CLARK HOSTESS
The spacious home of Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Hunter, 2012 North 28th
Avenue, was “'open bouse” to a few
of the social set Wednesday even
■ng. July 27th with Mrs. Alma Clark
Br.dge and dancing were the di
versions of the evening. Midnight
lunch was served on the lawn. beau,
tifully illuminated with vari-colored
lights. The guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. Saytoert Hangar. Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Elliott, Dorothy Williams, Wel
don Solomon. Grayce Dorsey, Rutn
Jones, I rets Walker, Clarence Davis,
Herbert Clark. Jess Hutten and Rae
The out-of-town guest* were: Mr.
O C. Winn, formerly of Omaha,
now traveling with the Clarence
Love orchestra. Mr. Clarence Love,
aad Mr. 8ima « Ea—as City. The
guests decided to arrange a bridge
• shibition for Solomon and Hutten.
HONORED AT TEA
Mu Cleota King entertained at a
garden party Sunday afternoon in
honor of Mrs. Doris Shobe. Covers
were hud for twelve.
Tables were arranged on the beau
tifui lawn surrounding the fflsh pood.
which made the color scheme of pink
and green very effective. There was
much individuality displayed among
the beautiful gowns To a designer.
■' •• «rr ap •* >uld have beer a sweet
study in Beau Moude.
The hostess. Mis* King, was very
»■ harming in a pale blue flowered
chiffon, set off black crepe pumps.
Mrs. Doris Shobe was winsome in a
fmek of green flat crepe and white
kid pump*. Miss Sybil Memifield
chose as afternoon dress of rainbow
* h iff on with a chocolate velvet sash,
horse braid hat. velvet trimmed and
repuie sandals. Mrs. Floy Southard
was chick in a double date frock of
yellow chiffon and white linen *an- [
dais. Miss Elisabeth Brown was
fascinating in a black morie decoletle
gown, with a large green bow at the
waistline and green morie pumps.
Mrs. Ruby Bowen was more bewitch
ing than ever in one of “Adrian"
latest creation* of organdie, with
lavender linen sandals. Mr*. LaBenny
Ray was stunningly gowned in a
floor length flesh chiffon and white i
kid pumps Mrs. Lueliian Waites
choM a gown of green organdie, ero.
b rendered in white with bolero jacket
and «hue kid pump*. Mr*. Ernestine
W’oods was gorgeously gowned in a
ro*e flowered chiffon with a velvet
sash which wa# one of Red Ferns’
latent design*. She also wore morie
pump* Mrs, Viola Jones was
sophisticated in a floor length gown
4 whit* lace with a halts** jacket of
dead white crepe and white crepe
sandala Mr*. Nathalee Ware fea
tured a green organdie of pastel
shade with a large bow in the back
and green linen pumps. Miss Helen
Lancaster was modestly attired in a
frodi of blue crepe and black morie
t*in*p*, Mrs. Irene Hudgeons chose
a frock of old rose organdie and |
Sunday Dinner 4Uu
WHITE ROSE TEA ROOM
2219 Willis Ave., WE 4036
Mrs. Litha Smith, Prop.
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biege kid pumps.
Mrs. Shobe was presented a beau
t fui table cloth of old Irish linen,
exotic make. Miss King was declared
by her guests as the most charming
hostess of 1932.
Mr. D. R. Calhoun and sister, Mrs.
Lena Sims just returned from Chica
go accompanied by their sister, Mrs.
J "ie Sims of Chicago. She will be
glad to gTeet her many friends at
her sisters, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs.
Cage, 2621 Franklin street.
MR. AND MRS. OUSLEY ENTER
TAIN AT DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. Ousley entertained
with a dinner party at the home of
Mrs. G. A. Johnson, 616 North 4fJ
-treet, Thursday, July 28. The din
ner was prepared Mr. Ousley and
assisted by Mrs. G. A. Johnson. The
honored guests were: The Johnson
family, Mrs. S. Bradley, Miss W.
Dillwood. Miss E. B. Crigler, Mr. F.
Butler and Mrs. F. Mayberry. After
dinner music was furnished by Mr.
Ousley and games were enjoyed by
Mr. J. D. Lewis, mother, Mrs. C.
H. Lewis and nephew, Leonard Turn
er, have just returned from an ex
tensive motor trip through Kansas,
Missouri and Oklahoma, where they
visited friends and relatives. After
a few days stay in Ft. Scott, Kansas
with Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Lewis and.
the trio returned bringing with them
Mrs. Lewis and son. who will be the
house guest of Mrs. C. H. Lewis,
mother of Dr. James Lewis. Dr.
Lewis will join them later.
JEAN BLACKWELL HONORED
Miss Margaret Dickerson kd-lk
Ohio street, was a charming hostess
Friday, July 29th, at a bridge tea
m - ix/r of Miss Jean Blackwell of
B:-. i * i more, Md. summer visitor at htr
r’. Mrs. Helen Mahammitt. The
- xteen guests passed the time at
cards,. Miss Sarah Brown, who re
entlv returned home from Cincin
: atwon the first prize at bridge,
irt Miss Marjorie Edwards won the
boobie. , MS
Misses Oletha Serant of Chicago,
II : . Jean Blackwell of Baltimore,
1. -ji-r Prior, Algernon Prior. Betty
Prior and Mary Alice Willis were
x' ~ts at a theatre party given at
•::(» Paramount. Saturday afternoon,
Mrs. Susan Booker, mother of
Mrs. C. L. Mercer, 2016 Burt street,
eft for her home in Princeton, La.
She has been in Omaha with her
daughter a year.
Mrs. S. Crawford was called to
the bedside of her mother, who is
ery ill in Cedar Grove. La.
r ier J W Goodwin and wife, sr*
u the:’ vacation in St. Louis.
* they are visitinig his brother.
I-*-: friend:- in Omaha wish the**
a pleasant trip and also that they
may hurry back.
Mrs. George Garner, wife of the
internationally known tenor, was
guest of Mrs. T. P. Mahammitt en
route to California.
Last Wednesday evening, the Fun
nagies had a very enjoyable steak
' ry at Elmwood park. The crowning
moment of the occasion was the ap
pearance of a gallon freezer of home
:: Hie ice cream brought out by Miss
Florence Myers. After eating dinner,
Mr. Junior Grayson entertained at
Ige at his home, 2515 Binney St.
Members present were: Margaret
: > Kerson, Jean Dorsey, Elaine Smith
FI rence Myers, Hazel Jordan. Z4 E.
Mi Gee. George McGee. Gerald Phil
lips. Junior Grayson and Frank Jor
-Miss Elaine L. Smith, Industrial
secretary of the Omaha Urban Lea
gue. is back on the job after a very
pleasant vacation of two weeks.
Mrs. A. G. Scott, of Omaha, left,
Saturday. July 30th, for Kansas City,
Excelsior Springs and St. Louis, for
a six weeks’ vacation.
Miss Ruth Jones, of 2811 Caldwell
-treet. left Sunday morning for
Emporia, Kansas, where she will
study at the state college until
September. Miss Jones attended sum
'".£-r school at the Municipal Univer
sity of Omaha, and is a teacher in
the schools of Atchison, Kans.
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Mr. Fritz Pollard, nationally known
football player, and formerly the
greatest Negro athlete of his day,
was the guest of Mr. Cunny Wilson
enroute to the coast, where he will
attend the Olympics.
The American Legion Post No. 1,
j entertained with a musical tea at the
Fontenelle hotel last week. Mrs. Ma
I be! Fields, president of the Roose
! veit post auxiliary, and Mrs. J. C.
Carey, secretary, represented our
The Young People’s Fellowship of
| St. Phillips church, gave a summer
party August 1st at the residence
of Mr. Stephen Taylor, 2724 Parker
1 Mrs. Simon Harrold Extends Pretty
Mrs. Simon Harrold entertained
with a luncheon party Saturday af
ternoon in honor of Mrs. Mayme Ser
rant of Chicago. The guests were
Mesdames, Pearl Reese, Edna Jack
son, Charlotte Crawford, Alice Jones,
Marie McDaniels and Alma W. Clark.
Mrs. W. L. Gladney of Houston,
Mississippi is guest at the home cf
her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
L. F. McIntosh, 118 South 31st ave.
Mr. Walter Wray of 3005 Pinkney
' St, who ha* been seriously ill, is re
ported much improved. Mr. Wray
is well known hi the community end
has been in the employee of the
Omaha National Bank for years as a
Mrs. James Lewis and baby, wife
of Dr. James Lewis of Fort Scott,
Kansas, are visiting at the home of
Mrs. Charles Lewis. Dr. Lewis is an
I Omaha boy.
Mrs. Othello Roundtree. Jr. Hostess
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jordan. Jr..
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Davis, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Wakefield were the honor
i ed guests at a pretty breakfast party
given by Mrs. Othello Roundtree, 2511
Charles street. Wednesday morning.
The other guests were Mesdames W.
L. Myers, Mae Jackson, and Belle
Taylor. The out of town guests
were Mrs. Alma Moore of Portland.
Oregon and Mrs. Hatchen Madison of
Rachel Taylor Luncheon Guest
Mrs. T. P. Mahammitt, 2116 North
25th Street, was the charming hostess
et a bridge luncheon Friday afternoon
: in honor of Miss Rachel Taylor, exe
cutive secretary of the YWCA, who
i ’eaves for Hartford Coon, to spend
her vacation. The hospitality in
cluded Misses Eveiyn Evans, Dorothy
15 illiams. Ruth Jones, Grayce Dorsey,
and Bernice McCaw. Mesdames Jamie
Chandler, Norman, Lois Goode. Ma
bel Johnson, Frances Elliott Mayme
Senant and Eva Pinkett. Miss Ruth
Jones won the first prize and Miss
Bernice McCaw booby. A guest
prize was presented Miss Taylor by
Messrs. Lucius PrateT, Vernon
Stamps. William Lockhart and Don
nie Booth motored to Califirnia last
week to attend the Olympics. Mr.
Booth and Mr. Stamps will stop in
Los Angeles, while Mr. Prater and
Mr. Lockhart will continue their trip
to Mr. Lockhart’s home in Bakers
Mrs. Goldye Simmons of 2617
Erskine street, is home after a
month’s vacation with her mother
in Clinton, Iowa.
The Aloha Dancnig club held their
picnic Sunday, July 31, at the Ma
sonic hall owing to the rainy weath
er. Plenty eats.
! Y. W. C. A. CLOSES SUMMER
Over a period of three weeks Z‘i6
girls attended the summer program
of the Y. W. C. A. culminating the
activities for this time with a picnic.
The following girls served as leaders:
Misses Jean Blackwell, Florence My-'
ers, Margaret Dickerson, Evelyn Bat
ties, Mae Gustin, Catherine Williams.
All girls’ clubs will open the sec.
ond week in September.
ACHIEVEMENTS IN Ml'SlC
The degree of Doctor of Music was
1 conferred upon R. Nathaniel Dett by
! Oberlin college in 1926. The first in
stance of an institution with the
standing of Oberlin conferring a de.
gree upon a Negro. Mr. Dett is wide
ly known as a composer and choral
conductor, having director of music I
at Hampton Institute for years. He
also received his degree in Bachelor;
of Music from Oberlin.
ORIGIN OF SWING LOW SWEET
A mother in the days of slavery j
and her baby had been sold from one
slave owner to another, this seemed
like to her death, because she would
be separated from her child. Rather
than part from her child, she decided
to drown it. Just as she was about
to throw it in the river an old wo
man seeing the mother’s intentions,
stopped her and said, “Wait, let de
Lord Swing Low de Chariot” in other
words the Lord would take care of;
her. Hence the slave mother gave up
the idea and let herself be sold into i
Mississippi and left her babe behind.
Consequently, this Swing Low, Sweet
Chariot was passed from mouth to'
mouth, which terminated into a song!
for their deliverance.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the many friends
for their kindness, and floral offer
ing our bereavement.
Mrs. Nettie Kellogg Smith
Mr. and Mrs. J. Griffin
TTr. and Mrs. H. Biddieux.
NON-PARALLEL BRIDGE CLUB
A few members of the social set
enjoyed a delightful breakfast party
given by the Non-Parallel Bridge
club at Elmwood park Wednesday
morning. July 27. The guest list in
eluded: Mrs. A. L. Hawkins, Mrs.
Milton Wilson. Miss Rachel Taylor,
Mrs. Goode. Mesdames Alma Clark,
lone Hangar. Vera Cowan. Madeline
Wright and Miss Dorothy Williams.
The members of this club are:
Mrs. Earl Waldron, president, Mrs.
Edna Jackson, secretary, Mesdames
Pearl Reese. J. H. Kearns, Corrine
McDaniels. 'William Haynes, Milton
Johnson, Robert Allen, J. C. Carey
and Mrs. Earl Wheeler.
MRS. RICHARD WARD’S MOTHER
DIES IN NEW YORK
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs
Richard W ard were deeply grieved to
hear of the death of Mrs. Ward’s
mother, Mrs. Alice Lee of 144 W’est
28th street, New York City. Mrs.
Lee was much loved by those who!
knew her. She leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Richard Ward of Omaha, Mrs.
Anna White of New York City; two
sons, Mr. Richard Lee of New York,;
and Mr. Douglas Lee of Amsburg,
Pa.; a granddaughter, Mrs. Mar.
getta Dawson, also of Omaha, and
a host of friends.
Funeral services were held in
New York Saturday at 1 o’clock. In
terment at St. Mrtchel cemetery, j
Long Island, N. Y. A private serv
ice was held at the Ward residence ■,
in Omaha Saturday morning. Mrs.
Ward is indeed grateful to her
friends for the telegrams and floral:
Mr. Tom Lewis of 2709 North 26
street, died Saturday morning at his
home. Mr. Lewis had been ill for a
long time. The body is at the Jones
funeral home. He is a member of the
Bethel A. M. E. church. Arrange
ments have not been made at this i
time. He leaves a son. Amol Carl
Mr. Boone, 2892 Miami street,
father of Dr. and Mrs. Aaron. Me
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Mrs. Loretta Bush. South Omaha,
J. H. Kerns, Omaha Urban L’ge.
Atty John Adams. Jr., 1602 N. 24th,
Mr. Ollie Lewis.
Dr. G. B. Lennox.
Editor letter contest
Ray of sunshine.
Properly proportioned eyebrows,
and eyelashes have a very pro
nounced effect in enhancing beauty,
and making for general attractive
ness. This is emphasized most aptly
in those who have lost this natural
growth. For the lost gives one a de
cidedly peculiar appearance, anil
much of the attraction hat he or she
may have previously possessed is
The fact that eyebrows and eye
lashes can be strenthened, and made
to grow thicker and longer is rot
generally known. Proper care will
greatly improve them in molt in
stances, and the possibility of losing
them under such circumstances is
hardly worth consideration.
tmce eaen day, or at least two cr
three times a week, all the hair of
the eyebrows, and eyelashes should
be slightly (pulled several tiraese,
thereby removing all hairs that are
particularly or entirely dead. This
enables the new hair to appear,
which in nearly every case is strong
er than that removed.
Great care should be used to avoid
pulling the eyelashes too hard, at
least during the first attempts.
Do not be in the least alarmed if
a great many hairs are removed in
the first few times this process it
practiced, for a new hair will grow
for every one removed. The hairs |
that remain under these circum
stances will also grow' stronger un
der the influence of this method, and
should therefore grow longer, giving
both the eyelashes, and the eyebrows
a more pleasing appearance.
Whatever will help grow hair on
the head will help equally to grow
eyelashes, or eyebrows. I should re
commend a little vaseline, olive oil.
or lanoline rubbed into the eyelash
es, or eyebrows morning and night,
together with the use of alternate
hot and cold towels.
The eyelashes, and eyebrows
should be brushed with a regular
eyebrow' brush. Brushing should be
done with a gentle stroke, in an up
I remain, very truly yours,
R. C. PRICE.
Miliian, has been very ill, but is re
ported better at this time. The Me
Millians are now living in Africa.
So. OMAHA NEWS
Mrs. Atwon Stroud, 3222 R St.,
is the proud host of her sister and
cousin, Misses Mable Thompson and
Agnes Gillory of Muskogee, Okla.
They are to leave the city after a
month’s stay in Omaha.
* * *
Mrs. Helen Foxall. 2903 T. St., ner
son Pitman, and daughters Addie and i
Vivian, motored to Castle, Okla, for1
a week’s vacation. When they re
turn they will be accompanied by j
their cousins Amelia and Margaret j
Mr. Henry Thompson, 5421 South
28th St., motored to Muskogee, Okla..
on a business trip. Saturday, July 30.
* * *
Mr. Lloyd Butler, who was called
away July 22nd, on account of the
death of his grandfather, George
Lilard, Guthrie, Okla., has returned
to the city.
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Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Partridge, ]
2915 S St., accompanied by their sis
:er, Mrs. Fannie Lee, left the city
Saturday July 30, for a weeks vaca
3 on in Boyinton, OkLa., with relativ
SINGING MY SONG
By R. A. Adams—the Literary Serv. |
Pairing life’s way along
If I can sing a song
That sombre skies will brighten,
Or heavy burdens lighten,
Help me that song ho sing.
And joy and comfort bring.
If passing on life’s way,
A cheerful, tuneful lay
I may sing for another,
And cheer a fallen brother,
Twere sin if I refused
My talent thug to use.
LORETTA R. SWAJilGAN, Reporter
Hay of Sunshine:
Notwithstanding the terrible heat
of the July sun, Lincoln society nas
been very active indeed with so many
charming visitors in the city. Mr.
and Mrs. Cicero Johnson had as their
house guests the first part of the
month, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harvey
Kerns and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Jackson of Omaha, and entertained
at an afternoon party for them. Mrs.
Marie Copeland entertained at love,
ly breakfast for Mr. and Mrs. Kerns
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs.
Cicero Johnson and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Swanigan. Mr. and Mrs. Mon
roe Williams had as their guests dur
ing the month Mrs. Louise Scott,
, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scott of Omaha,
j and entertained at a beautiful eve ■
ning party for them. Mrs. Blanche
Johnson has as her house guests her
sister, Mrs. Jack Davis and son, of
Elgin, 111. Quite a number of affairs
have been given for this charming
visitor. Mrs. Mayme Todd had as her
house guest Mrs. Josie Moore of
Omaha. Mrs. James Dean and Mrs.
Jack Galdbreath entertained at a
| beautiful appointed breakfast for 12
honoring Mrs. Moore of Omaha, Miss
Belva Spicer of Kansas City, Kans.,
and Miss Freada Cooley of Kansas
City, Mo.( Mr. and Mrs. Willie Page
! entertained during the month at a
, large party. Cards were played with
Mr. Tolies and Frank Swanigan win
I ning the highest honors. One of the
largest affairs of the past month
was the surprise party given by Mr.
Cicero Johnson for his wife, honoring
their twentieth wedding anniversary.
Mr. Johnson, assisted by Mrs. Lee
Dean, invited the guests to assemble
at the Johnson home while she was
over to her sister’s, and when Mrs.
Johnson got home she found a house
full. Surprised, yes and how! And
does Mr. Johnson know how to give
a party, well I’m telling you yes.
Just don’t know how to stop, and
everybody there said they had the
time of their lives, and wishes Mr.
Johnson would have something again
soon. Mrs. Johnson received some
very beautiful gifts. Those who en
joyed the delightful hospitality were.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dean, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Galbreadth and Mr. and
Mrs. William Woods and Mr. and
Mrs. Mosby who were present at the
wedding twenty years ago; Mrs.
Josfe Moore of Omaha, Mrs. Mayme
Todd, Mrs. Evelyn Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. Page, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burden,
Mr. and Mrs. Merele Dean, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Swanigan, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Craft, Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Charles How.
ard, Mr. and Mrs. Walker, Arthur
Perry, John Ervin and Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Houston. Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Copeland have as their house
guest for the summer Miss Freada
Cooley, popular school teacher of
Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt
Williams have moved into their new
home. Mr. Frank Swanigan leaves
next Saturday for Nebraska City,
where he will spend his vacation. He
will visit points in Kansas before
returning home. Mr. Harry Leland
and Dr. Britt of Omaha, were visi
tors the past week. This reporter is
very anxious to have some one from
I Lincoln to enter the Omaha Guide
contest and will give them her en
tire support. Nothing would please
her more than knowing this paper
was in the home of every Lincolnite.
Hello back at you Miss Swanigan.
We have missed you. Thanks, and
please keep us with the Lincoln
News, in the office each week Mon
day by 5 p. m.
Ray of Sunshine.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D.
Mrs. Oscar Bridgewater. Reporter
933^i N. Main Street
Rev, M. S. Withers, pastor of St.
Johns Baptist church, returned home
from Fergus Falls, Minn., where he
attended the district Sunday School
picnic, Thursday. He conducted ser
vices while there. Mr. Harvey Mit
chell, Sr., of the Mitchells Beauty
Parlor, and deacon of St. Johns
church, was called to Hot Springs,
j S. D.. to attend the funeral of Capt.
, Valley, veteran of the Spanish Am.
| erican war. Mr. Mitchell returned
t Tuesday. Mrs. J. Lewis of Popple
town, is here visiting her sister. Mrs.
Harvey Mitchell. Praise and prayer
! services of St. John church were led
| by Mrs. Edgar Pendleton and Mrs.
i W. F. Reden. The Missionary Society
with Mrs. W. F. Reden, president,
met at the church Monday evening.
Mrs. L. Newson accompanied by Mr.
! and Mrs. Cecil Booker, motored to
! Sioux City, Iowa, to attend a party.
The Community club met at the
Booker T. Washington Center Thurs
day with Mrs. Harvey Mitchell, pres
ident. A business meeting will be
held Monday after which a “Depress
ion Social” will be held on the lawn.
Five cents being the standard price
for all the food on the menu. A
chicken membership banquet will be
held sometime in August. The new
location of the Center, under the
supervision of Mrs. B. Booker, is
located at 718 South Second street.
All baseball fans turned out to wit
ness the game between the Donald
son’s All-Stars and the Cubans. The
Cubans won by a score of 7 to 1. Mrs.
Raymond Turner accompanied by
Miss Ruth Talbot Marseilles, and R.
T. Williams, motored to Kansas. Mrs.
Dean, mother of Mrs. Raymond Tay
lor, who is on the sick list, is better.
Mrs. H. Clemons, Mrs. Esther Bridge
water, and Mrs. Oscar Bridgewater
spent a delightful afternoon at the
home of Mrs. E. O. Collier Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Freeman
are the proud parents of a fine baby
boy. Baptismal services will be held
Sunday at Sherman park. Ruby Re
! den, daughter of Prof and Mrs. W.
F. Reden will be baptized. Rev. J.
H. Patten, B. D., pastor of Mt. Car,
! mel Baptist church and auditor of
Iowa and South Dakota Baptist as
sociation, preached a soul-stirring
sermon after which a lawn social was
held Tuesday evening. Mrs. B. Mur
ray in charge. Mrs. Charles Warden,
her neice and Mrs. V. Anderson of
Pilgrim Baptist church, assisted.
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