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Chicago Defender
July 12, 1924, p. A10, col. 6

Plymouth, N.C.

  • Most every Race church in the city is undergoing reconstruction or anticipates such.  The cornerstone to the New chapel’s new building was laid Monday.  The sermon for the occasion was preached by Dr. C.W.B. GORDON of Petersburg, Va.  The stone was laid by the Carthagenia lodge No. 38. A.F. and A.M. of this city.  Many visiting lodges were present to witness the ceremony.
  • Mrs.  Sarah CHERRY, daughter and son left for Atlantic City Saturday.
  • The Meridian Sun lodge, G.W.O. and O.F., was called upon to bury one of its members.
  • The Washington district of the Knights of Gideons held its district meeting with the Rock Hill lodge, No. 150
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