1916 06 01 The New York Age p8 (under NEWS OF GREATER NY, NAACP mtg note)
The organization of the New York branch of the N. A. A. C. P. was perfected perfected by the election of Mary White' Ovington as president; James W. Johnson, vice-president; vice-president; vice-president; George W. Lattlmore, secretary; John E. Nail, treasurer; Martha Gruening, Arthur B. Bplngarn, John M. Royall, Mrs. R. C. Ransom, E. A. Johnson and Roy Nash, executive committee. The meeting was held at Lenox Community Center and the Rev. H. C. Bishop and Roy Nash spoke. Musto was rendered by choir of St Phillip's P. E. Church and Miss Margaret Anderson recited. Lincoln House, 202 West 63d street; will hold exercises In connection with the closing of its winter work until June 16. June 2, from 2 to 10 p. m., there will be n exhibition of hand work and at 8.30 p. m. occurs a musicals by the music department. June 6 the 6embrich Club entertains. The junior boys will give a minstrel performance June 7 and the Waltons' Parents Club will give a play, "At the Window," on June t. The senior boys' entertainment entertainment will, be June 12 and the final affair will be the "Old Maids' Association," Association," by club leaders, on June 16. The executive board of the N. Y. A. M. E. Conference Branch was entertained entertained by Mrs. Lillian B. Norton at the vMlHAnpA nf Mra. T . TV T.awa TVhI 20th street After business was over Mrs. Norton tendered a luncheon to the officers: Mrs. M. E. Edwards, pres- pres- ijt.nfr C TT 4"ln1aa vlitA.n.1i1afiti Mrs. A. R. Cooper, corresponding secretary; secretary; Miss A. Robinson, financial secretary; Mrs. O. Laurence, second vice-president; vice-president; vice-president; Mrs. R. Bryant, third vice-president; vice-president; vice-president; Mrs. Norton, assistant - secretary, and Mrs. L. D. Laws, treasurer. treasurer. Menu Chicken salad, potato salad, cold ham, pickles and olives, hot rolls, coffee and tea. Ice cream and cane.