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vening at 8 o'clock in the home Mrs. Helen Parham, 1211 Mel- ille St. Visitors are welcome. Floral Club of First Baptist hurch, Harrison St., K will meet iis evening at 7:30 o'clock. Daily Vacation Bible School will lose "this afternoon at 1 o'clock t Baptist Temple Church. A rogram has been arranged for liildren, parents and friends. The lev. T. E. Booker is pastor. A Queen's Rally will be pre- ented Friday evening at 8 o'clock t Tabernacle Baptist Church. All Arsons interested in taking part re asked to assemble at the tiurch tomorrow afternoon at 6 'clock m- the lower auditorium f the church. were held Monday, June 29, at 2 v m., from the Mount Hope Bap- ist Church, Prince George Coun- y. The Rev. Willie King officiated, assistted by the Rev. Judge Brown. Pallbearers: honorary — Mrs. Emma Tyler, Mrs. Delia Warren, Mrs. Elsie Haskins, Mrs.. Willie King. Active — Qhester Haskins, Billy Hunt, Junious Hint, William Jones' and W. R. Green. • Interment- was in the family cemetery, Prince George County. Holy Travelers Prayer Band vill be presented in program to- norrow evening at 8 o'clock at lie Highway Christian Church, ,Irs. Lula Raines is sponsor. Obituaries l ROBERT F. WOODEN Funeral services for Robert Vooden, of New York City, who died Friday, June 26, in Deboria lospital, were conducted Wednesday, July 1, at 2 p. m., from the c h a p e k of th Peace Funera! lome. The Rev. Jacob Turner of- icia(.ed. Pallbearers: active — James Holsey, Isaac Holmes, Fred Hardy, Siias Harrison, John Graves and Bennie Sylvester. Interment was in the First Bap list Church Cemetery, Waverly MRS. CARRIE TYLER Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie Tyler, of Route 2, Disputanta, who died June 26, at her residence Pupils Arrange Own Polio Shots SUFFIELD, Ohio (UPI) — The more than 400 students attending this rural community's public school have all received their polio shots — because of a history class discussion. The class was studying h o w laws are made when the' discussion turned to a bill then before the Ohio legislature which would require,polio immunization for every public school pupil unless his parents objected in writing. A cassroom survey showed that only a third of the students had received their Salk shots. The pupils promptly asked that arrangements be made for mass inoculations with one provision: that they pay for the vaccine themselves. It was arranged. f and ng moaned crazy a of on ng .il GEM THEATER TODAY THRU WED. "1 Want To Live" (A True Story) —Starring— SUSAN HAYWARD Time of Feature 6:25 P. M. — 9:00 P. M.