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Mrs. Moorman's place.
Mrs. Henderson is still alive, but very sick.  Prof Smith's College is as dark and dingy as ever.  He reports his work succeeding.  Bro. Dean is not to preach to opening sermon.  It is Dr. Peeler, President Bennett College.  
Sister Lula Branch is looking quite well.  Her health is not fully restored.  I will try to get one of the official programs for you.  I hope you are feeling quite well.  Next Sunday is to e a large day here.  9:30 a.m. a prayer service in the hall.  10 a.m. they will march from the hall to the church.  Preachers, officers, members and S.S. in order [[strikethrough]] namd [[/strikethrough]] named.  At the church a few minutes will be devoted to testimonials.  Kiss the baby for me.  Tell her to kiss you for me.  Give my love to the folks at home.
Your own.
Saw Fanny Hays. She is looking fairly well.
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