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people with the hope in pj . p r . c L T .t or :- n of opening the ports ojifirst i resDyienan to trade. When he presented to the Secretary of State, told to write his own orders a fleet. Finally, after confusion, he set sail carrying letter from the President of States to the Emperor which requested that trading ships bo allowed Japanese ports. should be said here of Japanese people. They are, by very precise in etiquette respectful of their elders and It was upon this Japanese that ^ Matthew Perry negotiations. he entered Yedo (Tokyo) July 1853, astonished Japanese saw ships without sails for time. Immediately, small were dispatched from the but not one of the envoys to board Perry's Perry resolutely refused to Nagasaki where ail foreign was carried on. his lower officers, By the were told that either letter be received by the officials or Perry would go to the Emperor w;th his the Japanese, completely the aloofness of Perry, made, plans for the reception the letter. typical Japanese ceremony, which no_ words were the countries exchanged Perry was told that il Receives New Members A large class of new members was received into the First Presbyterian Church Sunday morning by the Rev. William J. Clark, pastor. The rite of child baptism was administered to Thomas Atkinson' Lee, Sigard Edward Leo and Charles Hovde Lee, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Norman I. Lee Jr.; and Preston Gumming Oliver Jr.. son of Chaplain and Mrs. Oliver. Received by baptism and confession Of faith were Wayne Skinner, Barbara Holtz.' Lillian Diane Dickey, Joseph Waldo Dickey, William Wheeler. Alfred Auger Jr., Norman I. Lee 3rd, and Mrs. Norman I. Lee Jr.- Confirmed, on confession of faith, wero Eileen Graff, Madeline Rich, Moira Monada ·Hillman. Michael Lyle, Douglas Van Slyke, Thomas Kerstetter. Wilson Randolph Bartlett, Patricia Ann Kamph. Received by reatfirmation of faith were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pratt and by letter of transfer Mr. and Mrs. W. Harold Van Slyke, mont. M:-. and and Mrs. Mrs. L. Eugene Rar.kin Alfred Auger. The Rev. A. Kenneth Magner, a former church member now a Presbyterian pastor in Pennington, N. J., gave the benediction. June Sara score a represent 1950 since lo and Moon Sullivan

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  1. Newport Mercury,
  2. 29 May 1953, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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