Mrs. William Lang of Newark is here to spend several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sharp, W. Chestnut st. Wayman AME church will hold a tribe rally Sunday at 3 p. m. at 1st Baptist church with the tribe of Egypt led by Mrs. Anna Turner and the tribe of Macedonia led by G. L. Simmons competing in raising money for the church. R. W. Ogden of Jacksonville, Fla, for 10 years professor of music at Edward Water college and a pianist, and organist, will present instrumental music and a short address. The program is under direction of the Rev. Mr. Lancaster. Herbert Booker of Chicago is visiting his father, Joseph Booker of Pennsylvania ave. S/Sgt Waverly Glover, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Glover, 604 E. Pleasant st., is now stationed at a U. S. Army general hospital in England where many wounded men, who were among the first casualties suffered by the liberating allied forces In France, are now patients. Mrs. Daniel Cowan of S. Center st. returned Friday from a two weeks' visit with her husband, Petty Officer Daniel Cowan, who is stationed at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. While there she visited Atlantic City and other places of interest In the east. A mock wedding was held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the AME church. It was sponsored by Mrs. Vera Payne to raise money for the Egyptian rally club funds. The bridal party consisted of the following: the bride, Grace Lee; groom, Ronald Blake; preacher. Richard Peterson; best man, Floyd Walker; maid-of-honor, Virginia Sharp; ring bearer, Shirley Meyers; flower girl, Marie Montgomery; mother and father of the bride, Peggy Sharp and Chester McGee; ushers and bridesmaids, Thomas Brooks, Russell Taylor, Mary Louise and Ruth Sharp, Vera Payne, Emma Rose Simmons, Virginia Rouse, Elaine Bass, Mildred Edwards, Zelma Lee, Helen Louise Cowan, and Phyllis McCowan. Mrs. Daniel Cowan and Miss Irene Sharp were dinner guests Thursday of Mrs. Ruby Montgomery and daughter, Maria, of Lake-holm.
The Ohio State News
"Down Our Way" (1944). Newspaper Articles. Paper 211.