By Irene Sharp (Mt. Vernon) Mrs. Fannie May of N. Norton st., went to Cleveland Friday to spend Easter with her son, How ard White. Mrs. Anna Mae Morton, 307 Ridgeway ave., and Mrs. Orville Hayes. 59 Marion st., were in Newark Wednesday evening visiting Mrs. Emma Stewart and Mrs. Nettie Black. They attended the service at Trinity AME church at which Bishop Reed was the speak er. Pvt. Robert J. Hill, has been sent from the reception center, Thomas, Ky., to the tank destroyer battalion, Camp Hood, Texas. Sgt. Gilbert Newsom of Tuske-gee flying school and Mrs. Frances Walker of Cleveland are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willlam Newsom of Prospect st. Cpl. Paul Myers, son of Mr. end Mrs. Addison Myers, 707 E. Burgess st., has reached an overseas destination. Sgt. Stanley White of the 93rd division, somewhere in the South Pacific, has been promoted to staff sergeant. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred White of Sy- cnar ra. The 20th Century club was entertaincd Monday evening by Mrs. Lindsay at the home of Mrs. Helen Blake, E. Ohio ave. The short business meeting was followed by refreshments served by the hostess to the members present.
The Ohio State News
"Down Our Way" (1944). Newspaper Articles. Paper 204.