Baltimore Afro American December 12, 1925 Page 14 Lakeland, Maryland Services were held at Embry AME Church with Rev. Wing the pastor preaching at 11 am. Rev. Waldron of Kensington preached at 3 PM and Rev E.N. Thomas of Dent AME Church preached at 8 PM. Julia Briscoe had guests on Sunday they were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas along with their daughter as well as Mr. and Mrs. L.S. James of Bowie. The on Labor Day the annual picnic of Vermont Avenue Church and Sunday School took place at Mack’s Summer Garden. Agnes Gross and her nieces made a three week visit to her sister Emma Braxton in Philadelphia, Pa. They also visited family members in New York and Atlantic City. Emma Rollin from Elkridge Maryland and her family were weekend visitors of her daughter and son in Law, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Randall. Mrs. Randall’s uncle Roy Thompson from Baltimore made a visit. A Labor Day lawn party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Gray guests were Mr. and Mrs. McKenny and daughters, Miss Millie and Mrs. Cooper and grandchildren, Hilda Lemly and Irma Hickerbocker and Mr. Wynn of Washington DC Rev and Mrs. E.N. Thomas, Mrs. Mary James of Bladensburg and Rev Wing, Anna Jackson, Mr. Ross of Washington DC were all guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gray and their family on Sunday. Thomas Johnson is home from Freedman’s Hospital Benjamin Thomas has a fractured skull and is being treated in Freedman’s Hospital James Singleton was hit by an electric streetcar Friday night. He was treated at the hospital for a broken leg. Mr. and Mrs. J.W.C. Mack and their family had dinner guests on Sunday. They were Mrs. Daniel Stockes with the daughter Quather Stokes of Baltimore, and Mary Mahoney of New York, City. Mr. and Mrs. A. Tolson and Mrs. Briscoe had guests on Sunday. They were Mrs. Mollie Thomas with her two daughters, Mrs. Odessa Butler and son. Mrs. George Briscoe and son, Nr. R. Thomas, Mr. Whaler, Mr. Webster Tolson residents of Charlotte NC Rev. John Whalen, Mrs. Walen and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mack for a few days.