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The Afro American (newspaper) Aug. 12, 1933

Oxford
EUGENE MORRIS
207 N. College Street

Oxford, N.C. -  Miss Cornelia GREEN has returned after spending a few weeks in Durham with relatives.

The Missionary Society, of Timothy Darling Presbyterian Church sponsored a lawn party, Tuesday night, on lawn of Mr. and Mrs. John GREEN.

The B.Y.P.U of the First Church gave a musical comedy, "Coal Diggers of 1933" Thursday night.  It was directed by M. HASKINS, of Wilson.  The participants were: Misses DANIEL, COOPER, ROYSTER, CLEMONS, ANDERSON, EVANS, OWENS, MCDUFFIE and Messrs. CUNNIN, COOPER, HUNT, ATKINS, PEACE, WILSON, HOLDEN, LEWIS and MORRISON.

The Rev. H. S. DAVIS and his family has moved to Oxford to take over the principal of Mary Potter School. With him also is his sister, Miss Alma DAVIS, a student of Barber Scotia Junior College.

Miss Lydia HESTER is back in Oxford after spending a few weeks in Wilson with relatives.

William RIDLEY, Jr. has gone to the Century of Progress in Chicago.

Professor DEES, the Rev. M. ANDERSON, of Oxford and Dr. HAWKINS, of Henderson, have been down in the red waters of Newbern on a fishing trip.

 

(Thanks to Taneya Koonce for this contribution of this newspaper article)


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