Black Gold, Volume 3, Number 1, 1976 Page: 16
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Shady Grove members (left to right) Mrs. Linnie B. Ingram,
Mrs. Martha McGee, Mr. G.D. Ingram Mrs. Arquilla Ingram.
paid. With his support the church has been remodeled and air
conditioned. The church has produced twenty-three preachers.
The church still continues to grow spiritually.
The population of the community, (approximately 400), de-
spite the hard work everyone put out, participated in many recre-
There were revival meetings. On school days, there were con-
tests of baseball, football and volleyball. Sometimes the school
principal would take us to different schools for arithmetic and
spelling bees. Also, our community celebrated the 19th of June.
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