By IRENE SHARP (MT. VERNON, OHIO) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chancellor, N. Rogers st., were visitors in Newark Sunday. - Mrs. Russell Coleman, Newark, was the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. Sharp, W. Chestnut st. Cpl. Gene Rouse returned to Fort Dix, N. J. Tuesday after spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Rouse, Curtis st. A number of young people in Mount Vernon to attend the AME Sunday school and young people's conference were guests of Miss Mary Louise Sharp, W. Chestnut st., Wednesday evening. After an evening of dancing and games refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Earl Sharp. Mrs. Dana Jones, E. Pleasant st., and Mrs. Helen Bass, Prospect st., attended the State Convention of Colored Women's Federated clubs in Dayton, June 25-28, as delegates for the Twentieth Century club. The Mount Vernon Wayman Chapel church played host to seventy-five young people of the Sunday School and Christian Endeavor Institute of the Cleveland District AME church, June 27, 28, and 29, when they held their annual convention here. The theme was "Building An Abundant Life." Leaders of the classes were as follows: Dr. C. S. Spivey, Administration for Superintendent and Secretary of Sunday School, President and Secretary of Christian Endeavor and General Officers; Rev. L. G. Long, Young People for Workers of Young People, ages 16 to 25; Mrs. B. Bennet, Intermediates and Juniors for Workers of Children, 10 to 16 years; Mrs. M. Grayson -Primaries for Workers of Children from Birth to 9 Years. Floyd Walker entertained a group of young people attending the AME Sunday school and young people's convention at his home on W. Ohio ave. Tuesday evening. Refreshments were served by the host. Irene Sharp.
The Ohio State News
"Down Our Way" (1944). Newspaper Articles. Paper 213.