Sarah-Hall Missionary Society

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Sarah-Hall Missionary Society


Sarah Hall Ladies' Missionary Society, Central Baptist Church


This group of women formed the Sarah Hall Ladies' Missionary Society at Central Baptist Church in 194, when Mrs. Karl Nixon (the former Mary Glover) was president. The picture is from a group of photos provided by Mrs. Winnie Glover Klein, the late Mrs. Nixon's sister. Pictured on the front steps of the church on West Broad Street are, from left, seated are front, Mrs. W.Y. Barnes Sr., Mrs. H.C. Glover Sr., Mrs. Bob Farmer, Mrs. Karl Nixon, Miss Ethel Smith, Mrs. Roy Cole; second row, Mrs. Harold Sewell, Mrs. T.M. Sewell, Mrs. Tom Dixon, Mrs. Pat Yancey, Mrs. George Dean, Mrs. Robert Alexander, Mrs. Glenn Ware, Miss Mattie Reid Robinson, Mrs. Alvan Freeman (Katie), Mrs. Dick Combee, Mrs. Hamilton Arnall; third row, Mrs. C.B. Glover, Mrs. Howard Glover Jr., Mrs. Will Perry, Mes. A.J. Jones, Mrs. N.B. Hudson, Mrs. N.L. North, Mrs. G.W. Jackson, Mrs. Willie Stephens, Mrs. Emil Mann, Miss Hattie Whitaker, Mrs. Hugh Farmer; fourth row, Mrs. Lilla Hunter, a woman identified as Miss Hattie Whitaker's sister, Mrs. N.V. Davis, Mrs. Fred. Scisson, Mrs. Charlie Barron, Mrs. Guy Cole, Miss Mildred Caldwell, Mrs. Rufus Askew; fifth row, Mrs. Linwood Beers, Miss Helen Long, Mrs. F.K. Underwood, Mrs. H.D. Walker, Mrs. Frank Lee, Mrs. Charlie Farmer, Mrs. Raleigh Arnall, Mrs. Thad Buchanan; back, Frances Glover, Mrs. Herman Glass, Mrs. R.H. McDonald, Mrs. L.S. Sewell, Miss Ximena Strong, Mrs. Jerome Jay, Mrs. Herbert McKoy and Mrs. H.H. Parker. The child in the front is the daughter of Mrs. Harold Sewell.


Newnan Times-Herald


June 3, 1940


Winnie Glover Klein


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CCR 1988.12.20

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