RALEIGH. N. C , SATURDAY. JULY 11. 1984
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WOMAN S CLUB IN SESSION
The Woman's Club of the Mary
Talbert Horn# mat June 28 at 5
pm. with the president, Mrs. Lil
lian Logan, presiding.
The: topic for discussion was "Hu
man Relations " Mrs. Toole led the
discussion, having as her subject
Race-Relations—a Factor in World
Mrst Logan. Mrs. Devane and Dr.
E. S Alston made Interesting com
ment* on Human Relations.
The club held a musical tea Sun
day. Inly 5. at the Mary Talbert
Home at 5 o'clock.
The Tea consisted of piano selec
tions. solo and duets by Misses Viv
ian Lagan, Carole Taylor and De
borah Lane. There was also re
rordeC music. The guests and mem
bers were delightfully entertained
RALEIGH WOMAN'S CLUB NO. 1
Th Raleigh Woman's Club No. 3
held Its monthly meeting at the
residence of Mr* Edith Johnson.
1111 past Morgan St. on Sunday.
visiting from new haven.
Mr.-and Mrs Betterwhite.
Theodore “Teddy" Salterwhtte.
niece Jwnd brother of Mrs. Farmer
Crowder of 627 S Boundary Street,
ar* visiting in the city The Setter
whites are from New Haven. Conn
VACATIONINO IN CONN
Mime* Janice and Beverley Ann
Cyowder of 037 § Boundery Street
are visiting their sUter. Mrs. Pearl
SgtterwhlU. In New Haven, Conn
They era alto visiting an aunt. Mir
Win (laid, also of New Haven.
The name of Mrs George H.
Manly. Instructor at J. W Ligon
Jr -Sr High School, wes omitted In
the article published last week for
the Ligon Band Uniform Drive.
Mrs. Manly contributed 818 00 to
this worthy cause.
INTEGRATION! IT VISITS CITY
Mr. Ray Raphael of Portland,
Oregon, who was a staunch worker
m tha registration campaign held
bare during tha summer of l(a>
stopped in the city for a brief mo
neent on tha 4th of July to My
“hello” to the J. D. Hintons of Rock
Quarry Road. During hia stay hera
In 1882. Ray was the leader In tak
ing a young group of ladies and
men is the Pullen Park swimming
pool. Ha Just recently spent one
month in Mlaalasippl working as an
integrationist, was on hia way to
New York City to enroll in school.
He wishes to cay '‘hello" to hia
many friends hera tn this city.
IPCHVES greetings from
On June 25. the following co
workers: Masdamaa Alice Jones.
Addis Logan, Calls Wortham. Hat
tie Mitchell. Loey Baton. Misses
I-ena Hunter and Rachel McCauley
ware surprised and glad to receive
greetings over the telephone from
their former supervisor of the Ra
laigh schools, Mrs. Madalene V.
Hannah of Savannah. Oa.
During a short visit in' tha city,
aha waa the guest of Mia* Minnie
A surprise birthday dinner was
given for Mrs. Marion Banka by
her husband, Mr. Walter Banks on
the 4th of July at Che home of Mr.
and Mrs. George Hall. 820 Hadley
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Tha home waa beautifully deco
rated for the occasion
Mrs. Georgia Mae Hinton preaid
ad in the absence of Mrs Mamie
Holt, the president.
A new member, Mrs. Charlie
Brown, waa welcomed to the club
The majority of tha members were
It was an enjoyable meeting and
a delectable repeat was served by
the hostess and enjoyed by every
CHARMETTE* SOCIAL CLUB
The Charmelte* Social Club met
at Mrs. Ora Hall s home. 820 Had
ley Road, recently. Business was
discussed. W« lost our president,
our vice-president is in office Sie
is Mrs. Lydia Morgan. We were
glad to have Mr*. Kate Williams
back after a short illness, also Mrs
Upchurch We celebrated Mrs Mar
ion Banks' birthday and a delirious
repast was served and enjoyed by
i all. Wa ara planning to have a
'"Fine Brown Fiame" contest very
Th# guests were Mr and Mrs
i Donnelle Watson Mr and Mrs
Sherley Moore Mr and Mr* Thom
| aa Battle, Miss Helen Murphy. Mrs.
Annie Lee Fieeman. and Mr Thom
She received beautiful and uaeful
VISITOR# FROM MANHATTAN
Mr. and Mrs. Avan William
son. farmer fUlrtghitaa. visited
ilieir parent* all of last weak.
! Mrs. Williamson, tht f n rm*r
i Mias Rlma Gill, is tha daughter
of Mr. sad Mrs GUI es Chavis
Heights, and Mr. WUUamson la
the son es Mr and Mrs. Garner
Wlllismaen. 1003 E. Martin SL
They new reside at 815 W. 12IM
Street, New Yerk City.
DELEGATE TO CONFERENCE
Mrs. T. H. Harris, president of
the Inter-Denominational Miniati rs
Wives' Allianrr of Raleigh, was a
delegate to tha National Association
of Miniatera Wive*' Conference,
which waa hald at Alien University
imd Benedict College in Columbia.
S. C. June 30 through July 3Td
She la looking forward to th#
first meeting of the Raleigh Alli
ance coma October 12th. at whieh
time aha will have in her report
Mra V. L Saunders was also tn
attendance They reported an en
GOSPEL JUBILEE SINGERS TO
CELEBRATE I9TH ANNIVERSARY
Brother I d Holloway and The
Gospel Singer* will celebrate
their 19th anniversary at Jeff
rey* Grove School. Sunday
night. July l*. at 7:3* o'clock,
featuring Ed Hall and Tha Sen
sational Evening 5 Quintet, plus
II of the top groups In thta
stale. Brother James Thomas of
WLLE wfll eaaeee th# program.
Prises wtU be given.
FETED AT BIRTHDAY DINNFR
Niece# of Mra Bcsm# Walker
Moore of 748 Fayetteville Street,
who are Masdamaa Bessie Moore
Wesley, Bomesttn# Walker Saun
ders and Ruth Moore Bethea, gave
her a aurprlee blrthdav dinner last
| Friday, July Srd. Mrs. Saunders
took her aunt for a ride around the
city for quite some -time, ending
at the home of her niece. Mrs. Be
thea. 844 East Lenoir Street where
many of her friends were waiting
to sing happy birthday and wa» the
joyfully surprised Soon she was
anting at the head of the table
beautifully decorated in pmk and
white centered with a birthday
cake lighted with candles. Mrs
Moore tn her jovial wey Insisted
that thirteen candles was the num
ber and that was it.
A three-course dinner was serv
ed the honoree and gue»t» by the
Amidst cards and gifts the hon
oree was spell-bound. A menu of
turkey, chicken, toeeed salad,
greens, ham. hot rolls, pickles, iced
tea. coffee, aherbert end carrot
Thoae enjoying the birthday fete
with the honoree were: Mrs Amelia
Johnson. Mrs. M W Williams. Miss
Ethel Johnson. Mr* C J. Barker.
Mrs. Emma O. Jones. Mrs. Bernes-
Une Saunders. Mr. Anderson San
ders. Mrs. Ruth M. Bethea and Mr
J. Bruce Be thee.
MR. WHITTAKER VISITS
What is Doing Around Town!
"Dear Father, we thank the#
that in C hrist, barrier* es race
and nation cannot separate
those who love Thee. Help us
as we strive to lead ether* te
Christ that mankind every
where may be one in Christ
Jesus, in whom we have harm
ony of Spirit and perfect
UNION BAPTIST— Church School
began at 10 o'clock a m with the
supt., Mr. Walter Price, in charge.
Morning worship began at 11 30 a
rr with the senior choir in charge
of the music, under the direction
of Mr* Nettie Harrington; organist |
Mr W.llie Henderson Mornme
!e*#on hy the pastor, the Rev. E
Ma*or she pestor delivered a won
derful lermon from the book of
Psalm* 55:4 He used as his subject.
My Heart Is So Pained with
CHRISTIAN—Sunday School began
at f-30 a m with the superinten
dent Mr Sherman Lewii. in charge
Morning worship service began at
11 am. with the senior choir in
charge of the music, under the di
rection of Mr. Harry Gil-Smythe
Prayer was given by the pastor,
the Rev H. Cunningham. Ha also
delivered a wonderful aermon. U*-.
ing as his subject. “Do you know
what He has done for me’" Com
munion was served at Uie close of
ST MATTHEW AME Church
School began at 930 am with the
superintendent. Mr Robert Lesane.
in charge of the lesson Morning
worship began at 11 o'clock with
tha senior choir tn charge of the
music, under the direction of Mrs.
Marie Riddick; organiat. Mrs Mary
B. Walton. A wonderful sermon was
delivered by the pastor. Rev J F.
Epps Communion followed.
WILSON TEMPLE METHODIST
—Church School began at 9:30 a
m with tha auperintendent. Miss
Nani# Morgan, in charge. Morning
worship began at the usual hour
Pledged In Rocky-Mount
BY J. B. BARREN
ROCKY MOUNT—The sancutary
of Mt. Plsgah United Preabytertan
Church, the Rav. Janie# Hutten
Costcn, minister, wa* the setting for
the brief, but lovely wedding cere
mony which united Miss Alice Jua
nita Htnes and Mr. Marvin Rober
son, June 20th.
This was th* first wedding in the
two-year-old new Mt Plsgah edi
fice. Rev. Costen conducted the rit
ual before a throng of relatives and
Th* bride is the daughter of the
late Mr. Joshua Hine* and Mrs Al
vania Staton Htne*. 830 Leggett Rd,
Rocky Mount. N. C. Mrs Roberson
is a graduate of Fayetteville State
College and Is employed at the O.
W. Bulhick Elementary School in
The bridegroom attended AAT
College. Greensboro, N. C, before
joining the Air Fore*, where he has
attained the rank of Air-man First-
Class. and is stationed at Waatover
Air Force Base. Mas* He is the son
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Roberson of Nash County.
A prelude to the wedding waa ap
proptate soft organ muaic played by
Mra. Melva W. Co*tan and two vo-
Mr. Jama# I, Whitaker. ISH
Pool# Rood. Raleigh, visited his two
daughter* in th* north last week
In TYonton. N. J. he eras the
guaat of Mrs. Patricia W. Burk and
Mra Elizabeth W Boeton and
family played host to her father
tn New Yerk City. Mr. Whitaker
reported an enjoyable and restful
visit. '■ *
OBSERVE# I'TH BIRTHDAY
Ed Hall 111. son of Mr. and Mrs
Hall. Jr, of 22 Lincoln Terrace,
celebrated hi* 15th birthday on
Monday, June 27. Many of his
friend* seer* present at a party for
th# young man and he received
several attractive and useful gifts
BY MRS MAY L BROADIB
with the senior choir m charge of,
the music, under the direction of ;
Mias Nanie Morgan: organist Mr*. j
M M Kelly. A very encouraging
sermon was delivered by the pas
tor. the Rev. O W Burwick. fol
lowed by communion.
WILLIAMS GROVE BAPTIST—
Sunday School began at 9:30 with
the superintendent Mr. Phillip Al
ston. in charge. Morning worship
began at 11 o clock with the senior
choir in charge of the music, under
the direction of Miss Jacqueline
Mitchell A very spiritual sermon
was delivered by th* Rev. Irvin
Davis, followed by communion.
OBERLIN BAPTIST Church
School began at 9:30 a m with th*
superintendent. Mr. Walter Curtis,
in charge Morning wor»hip began
at 11 am. with the senior choir in
charge of the music, under the di
rection of Mrs. Elsie Hayes; organ
ist. Mrs Lucille Campbell Morn
ing lesson and prayer were led by
the Rev J P Dempsey, pastor A
very wonderful sermon wss deliv
ered by the pastor. Hta subject was
“Live to please God “ Communion
followed the eermon
ST ANNAH FREEWILL BAP
TIST—Sunday School began at 10
o'clock with the superintendent
Mr. W. H. Lyon*. Sr., m charge.
'Morning worship began at 11:30 a.
I m with the junior choir in charge
of the music, under the direction
of Mrs. Elizabeth Partin; organist.
Mra. Topsy McCullers. Morning les
son and prayer were led by th*
Rev. Odell Young. A very inspira
tional sermon was delivered by the
pastor, the Rev. L. T. Ford.
YOUNG'S MISSIONARY TEM
PLE CME—Church School began at
9.30 with the superintendent. Mrs.
Della Ford, in charge. Morning
worship began at It am. with the
senior choir in charge of the muaic.
under the direction of Miss Myrtle
Rhodes. A beautiful aermon waa
delivered by tha pastor. His text
was taken from the Book of SL
cal selections by Mrs Dorothy
Hunter, accompanied bv Mrs. Cos
ten. which changed to 'Here Comes
The Bride." as the beautifully
gowned bride marched triumphant
ly In on the arm of her uncle. Mr.
Jacob Bullock, who later gave her
The bride complimented her for
mal flowing gown with a thrae
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MB*. MABVTN ROBERSON
. . . Becky Meant brida
quarter length veil, carrying a
white prayer book and a bouquet of
carnations with an orchid in the
center. Dainty white satin iljpptTC
completed the outfit
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Yvonne
Vine* of Rocky Mount and Miae
Argentine Dempsey of Nadi Coun
ty. Mr. Otis Roberson, brother of
the groom, eras beet man Usher*
were: Mr. Moms Stephens, brother
in-law of tha bride: and Mr. Willie
PoeroU. Jr, both of RUa dty.
Mr*. Hina*, matter of the bride,
wore a blue lac* sheath draw with
a corsage of carnation*.
Tte reception era* held la the
Fellowship Rail of tte ehurch.
Tte happy couple journeyed to
Wectover. Maas, where Mrs. Bob
arson expects to be most of the
summer—near her husband
Bullock School principal. J R
Bullock, was highly laudatory of
the new Mrs Roberson's service M
a member of his faculty.
, Matthew. He used as his subject.
“Who will be the greatest in the
i Kingdom?” It waa followed by com
munion. Elder Linsey is pastin'.
LILY OF THE VALLEY FREE
WILL BAPTIST Sunday School
began at 10 o’clock with the super
intendent, Mr. Mack Arthur, in
charge. Morning worship began at
11:30 with the congregation sing
ing. A very inspiring message wa*
brought by th* Rev. Lester Rivers
The message waa enjoyed by aIL
FIRST BAPTIST—Church School
began at 9:30 with ..the superinten
dent, Mr. W. H. Taylor, Sr, in
charge. Morning worship began at
11:00 a m. with the »emor choir in
charge of the music, under the di
rection of Mrs. M. T. Jam##; organ
ist, minister of music, Mrs E M M.
Kelly The responsive reading was
led by the Rev. J Lester. Morning
lesson and prayer were by the Rev.
Mmter from the book of St. John
1:30-2 A very good sermon waa
delivered by the pastor, th* Rev.
C W Ward. Rev Ward used as his
subject, “An invitation to follow
Jesus He told the congregation
not to let anything disturb their
stay with Jesua. Communion fol
lowed the sermon
BTU began at 6:15 with the
leader. Mr. Frank Hinton, in charge.
Baptismal service was at 7:30. A
large number vs* haptt«*d
SMITH TEMPLE—Sunday School
began at 10 a m. with the superin
tendent. Mr. Elbert Sanders, in
charge. Morning worship began at
11 o'clock with th# Rev. Ray con
ducting the services, with the jun
ior choir in charge of the music
under the direction of Mesdame*
Williams and Holder. Rev. Ray
brought a wonderful message,
which was tnjoyed by *IL Mra.
Cornelia Moore is church reporter.
LINCOLN PARK HOUNESS
Church School began at the usual
hour of 10 am. with the superin
tendent. Mr. Arthur William*, in
charge. The morning worship im
mediately followed. The aaaistant
pastor. Rev. Mr*. Mary Cotton,
conducted th# aervice. Th# pastor,
Rav. Eli Ratcliff delivered a won
derful aermon. Hi# subject, “A
Christian Life Is Like a Race.' Mu
sic was furnished by the seniot
choir, accompanied by Mr*. Marga
ret Ratcliff. The members and
friends were happy to greet the
Rev Ratcliff and hi* family after
returning from their yacation trip
to New York.
RUSH METROPOLITAN AMEZ
Church School began at 9:45 a m.
; The superintendent, Mr. Leslie
! Campbell, was in charge. The jun
' ior church service was conducted
as usual and the devotional mes
sage was given by Mrs. Annie
Thorpe, one of the primary teach
ers. The regular morning worship
service was conducted by tha pas
tor, Rev. T. H. Harris. Music waa
rendered by the senior choir. Rev.
Harris delivered a powerful mes
sage from the following text:
Paalm. 81:12. Theme: “A request to
restore th* Joy of the Lord.” At
7:30 pm, th* pastor. Rev. T. H.
Harris, reed the scripture and ex
pounded on th* same. Mr*. Annie
H. Thorp* is church reporter.
MARRIED AT LOCAL CHURCH Miss Doris E. Car
troll, dough ter of the /afa Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Gar troll of Ra
tal gh. was married on Saturday, June 20. at St. Matthew a Church
to Mr. Jewel W. Jones, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Evans Jonas, of 545
E. Hargett St. Rer. J. F. Epps, pastor, officiated. Miss Jo Arm
Hicks was maid of honor.
Said At Wake Church
GARNER—The marring* of Miss
Pauline Cofield of Garner, and Mr.
Ralph Burton of Bahama. N. C. was
solemnized on Sunday. June 28. at
Wake Baptist Church here at 5 p
m. The Rev. James Avery officiat
ed at the double-ring ceremony.
Mrs Mattie Cofield is mother of
the bride. The bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mr*. Emerson Bur
ton of Bahama. She was given in
marriage by her unde, Mr Primose
The bride wore a white formal
length gown of white silk linen
with white swisa lace and pearl
tear drops. It was of a tight fitted
bodice. The bouffant skirt had a
scalloped hemline with lace bow*
The wattear back was attached to
the gown w-ith lace and trailed in a
chapel sweep. She carried a lovely
bouquet of white gardenia* and
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MR. AND MRS. RALPH BURTON
. . . wed in Gamer Church
BY MRS. A. H. THORPE
“LORD TEACH AMERICA TO
"May ear feed land be true
and jnat. Her motto e'er 'ln God
We Trust';" May she be guided
by Thy Word. Thy wisdom in
her halls be heard; May all
who lev* her plead today, Legd
leech America te pray.”—Se
SPENDS HOUDAY IN VIRGINIA
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Britt and
child, of 133 Star SL. spent the 4th
of July holiday weekend in Ports
mouth. Va, visiting relatives and
My Lady** Doing*
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In And Oat Os Town
Matron of honor wag Mrs. Clara
Sanders Bailey. She wore blue
satin over blue lace.
Bridesmaid* were: Mrs. Virginia
Fairley of Raleigh; Mr*. Nellie
Avery, and Mrs. Emma Davis, both
of Gamer. They were dressed in
pink satin over pink lace.
nower girl wa# little Mias Vanea
sa Avery. Best man waa Mr. Ken
neth Roberts of Durham. Ushers
i were Messrs. Juluis Avery. Quennie
Woods. Claywood Whitaker all of
Gamer, and George Langley of
Durham. Soloists were: Mra. Annie
Williams and Mra. Annie H.
1 i Thorpe, both of Raleigh.
Mr*. Aides McCullers wa# in the
i receiving line of gifts. Following
the wedding, a reception wa# held
i at the home of Mr*. Virginia Fair
i ley. 2000 Gilliam Lane, in BUtmore
■ Hill*. The color scheme of the
wedding waa pink and blue, center
ed around white.
friends. They report an enjoyable
Mr. and Mr*. Dannie Jeffreys of
Garner, had as their guest for the
Fourth, Mr. and Mr*. John Allen
of Henderson, Mrs. Sadie Harris of
Franklin ton and several neices and
nephews from Baltimore, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hall of this
dty spent the Fourth with their
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hall, of
1004 S. Person St, another son, Mr.
Lindsey Hall of Elizabeth City, also
paid his parents a visit A delight
ful time was enjoyed by the family
Mrs. Josephine Jackson of Ox
ford. was in the city last week
visiting her brother-in-law and his
wife. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jack
son. of 824 E. Lenior St. while h4ra
she also visited her daughters. Mrs.
Delons Lee and Mrs. Jean Day.
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Jscksan of
824 E. Lenoir St, celebrated their
JBth Anniversary on July Ist We
say congratulations to them and
“try to make it 38 more.”
The Gospel Traveler* enjoyed a
cook-out on the lawn of their lead
er. Mr. Thomas Jackson on Satur
day. July 4 They reported an en
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WARREN TON 6N Saturday.
June 27, in a ceremony of beeuty
and dignity at the Saint Piul Bap
tist Church. Warrenton. North Car
olina, Mis* HBzel Yvonne Silver,
daughter of Mr. and Mi*- Conrey
Silver, wit married to Mr. Henry
Boyd, Jr, of Atlanta. Georgia. Mr.
Boyd is the Son Os Mrs. Kati* Boyd
and the late Mr. Henry Boyd, Sr,
of Savannah. Georgia.
The ceremony was performed by
Reverend J. T. Evans. Louis burg,
beneath an arch of magnolias and
pink and white gladioli.
Th# bride, given In marriage
by bar father, wore a white
satin, bell-shaped gown which
extended tat* a chape) train.
Tha bedle* waa of aj ancon Ism
and featured a scooped neck
line. She wore a white drop
peart *nd carried a white pray
er book bglongtag te her grand
mother, Mr*. Annie Sliver.
Mrs. Clifford Pulley. Spring
Hope, Itforth Carolina, served her
niece as matron of honor. Brides
maids were: Misses Linda and Bar*
bars Silver, sisters of the bride;
Miss Bessie Bass, Durham; Mtm
Eunice Wilkin*. Bpring Hop 4; Mrs.
Judy Ramaey, Brooklyn, fl. Y.; Miaa
Eva Copeland. Warrenton. was
junior bridesmaid, and little Miaa
Enolia Silver, a (later, wS* flower
girt- , ,
Mr. Clifford Pulley. Spring Hope,
waa beat man. Usher* were: Ed
ward Feaster. Greensboro; Leon
Richardson and A-2C Andrew
Wood*, both of Warrenton. and
Harold Wilkins, Sprint Hop*, and
James Silver. Washington. D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Pulley entertained
at a reception in their home at
The bride is a aeiiior at AAT Col
it|e. and tha groom was gradu
ated. in 1958. from Wilberferce Uni
versity, Witygrterce. Ohio, and it
presently employed by the Atlanta
Housing Authority of Atlanta, Ga.
H* is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha
Out-of-town guests were: Mrs.
Samuel D. Proctor, Washington. D.
C.; Willi* M. Sellers. Elwood Ed
wards and John Wray, all of
OrSdnsboro; J. fates Byers, Ba
lei sh; Major Silver, uncle of th*
bride. New York City, and Mr*.
Marian G. Wilks. Greenville.
Specialist Charles E. Jenkins,
Who recently returned from France
is in the city visiting bis mother,
Mrs. Castello Pierson, of 419 Wat
son SL He is on his way to Officers
Candidate School *t Fort Benning,
Ga.. he also visited his grandmoth
er, Mrs. Daisy Jenkins of Zebulon.
ENTERTAIN FAMILY AT
Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Dunn of
Church St, entertained member#
of their femily at "A Cook-Out" on
Saturday. July 4. They enjoydd
hamburgers, hot dogs, lemonade,
ice cream, cake and peanuts. Those
j enjoying this treat were: their
mother, Mrs. Rena Medlin, Mr. and
Mr*. Lawrence Durham and son,
Carl; Miss Lassie Medlin and
daughter. Georgette, and Mias Anita
Banka. They reported an enjoyable
RETURN TO CONNETICUTT
Mr. Joaeph Kearney and Mrs.
Josephine Yarborough Rand have
returned te Bridgeport. Conn, af
ter having an enjoyable stay with
their sister and mother, Mrs. Gen
eva Yarborough es 415 Watson SL
MEN'S DAY PROGRAM
Mao's Dgy will he held at Bush
Metropolitan AME Zion Church
ad Sunday, July 12. at 7:o# p. m.
The speaker for th* occasion will
be Mr. Alfred Newkirk of Martin
Street Baptist Church. Th* pobtta
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