Citation
Mirror of Colored News

Material Information

Title:
Mirror of Colored News
Series Title:
Lincoln High School, 1915-1991
Creator:
Benjamin F. Childs, Jr. ( Editor )
Language:
English
Physical Description:
1 article
Physical Location:
Box 6
Folder 2

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
March of dimesNational Foundation ( fast )
African Americans--Education ( fast )
Genre:
clippings (information artifacts) ( aat )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Gainesville

Notes

General Note:
Collection name: A. Quinn Jones collection
Citation/Reference:
Clipping of Lincoln High School drama performance for community, no date.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
UF Special Collections
Rights Management:
Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.

UFDC Membership

Aggregations:
A. Quinn Jones Collection

Full Text
NEWS
BENJAMiN F. CHILDS, JR., EDITOR .
64North ixth Street PhF~one 712.
654
COLORED SCItOQLS MABdit p.n. he members and friends
t OF DIMES REPO1RT re invited to be present.-D. W.
the The colored schools "March of Demps, pastor.
Dimes" reported thae h &rit ie
paralysis drive as given by Hon. NOTICE
H. F. Zetrouer, county spen TJhr board No. 2 of Mt. Pleastendent, are as follows: ant M. E. Church will meet this
$5.40 Farbnks $5.30;or:e of Aaron Williama, 59 West CQ860: Haynesworth, $2.80; Gor lumbia Street. All members re
don, $6.80; Jerusalem, $6.80; Ar- asked to be present and on time.
-1~, 'L .0 : ... .
cher, $8.35; Long Pond, $4.O;
ieirose, 50c; icanopy, $4.20. i l I i
Kirkwood, $2.40; Sugar H The Woman's Home Missionary
$1.40; Ogden, .$5.30; Hawthorne, Society of Mr. Carel Bapst
$16.50; Campville, $830; Lake Church will meet this afternoon
Jefford, $1.40; Grove Pafk, 4.1; ait 4:30 p.m., at the church.
Lochloosa, $2.40; A achus, .S50'; Brother R. L. Clay will speak Mt. View, $2.10; Eague, .1.50; today at 3 p.m. at Mt. Carmel Fairfield, $.50; Waldo, $ ; Baptist Church in the interest of
Freedom, $2.80. the Pulpit Aid Club.
.range Heights, $140; Earlton, NOTIC
$3.60; Stanley, $2.90; Lerty ill, FAMOUS QUARTETTE
$2.20; Newmia s Lake, $$.00; Dray- AP EARED~ AT MT.
ton. $3.10; Four Mile, $2.90; Rut- CAI4MEL B3AP'i'IS1' CHURCH
ledge $4.10; Cadillac, $2.50; Mt. One of the most outstanding Nco, 6.30. quartettes in this country apOak Grove, $1.10; Windsor, peared at Mt. Charnel mBaptist .4 Fik prin,~, $ ,0 ; hurch .Tileasday evening. Tis
ble .Hill, $340; N usic e aggratiqn i frm is. e, '9.00; Half Ioon, $1.40; tale int d rous tone fthemnst
Jonesville, $3.75 Greens, $1.80; a aened to be f nd on the
hitaker, $2.10; Evinston, $2.60; Te quartette has apaedn
KWilliamis, $1.5; DSiaal, H4.0; soe ofa the rest ci ies in his
icoln, $1114 Hale, H $ count dry and has earned a distinct
;ysville, $2.50; twl, $.373.7. ~ ec tin. many whit a iAll of the sc0 ols reported 10 ences he been entertained by r cent except the following: these singers and they have been
cher, Micanopy, Hawthorne and ommended highly for their hgh neville. Lincoln and Alachua class renditions. Without doubt,
eporte over 10 p nt. e on his quartette
Lincoln with152. r cent is as a ae t eat to Gainesville.
the hige Alachua 111.76
ed.entlis second. .OYJ LIKE?
11.603 ptaner c ; ra sin ng, beaut ul
ol ed school. g, and an evening of suT rb
entertan e nt, then be present at OTICE the Lincoln High School on Tueste $Rv. N. T Croley f At- eveI Feb. 2S, and wite Ga., wo re llr t5he s One of the most stirring
r o Pensions and Relief, of dramas gashown o the stage
th I~ehois Eisop 11hud, ra. h daa entitled "Nowill beu gst speaker yt the Mt. body Daring,' is different from Plnsane M T7 Chreen today.8 talnhe gro ps, rote penormante