The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 33, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 3, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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t .nul.iy school and Jl. Y. P. U. was
Ik Us yell !ill?ii.l.'(l yesterday. Rev.
3). II. K;iii3 tilled Iiih reiuiiar appoint-
ment ::mfl:ty and preached two noble
si-rnliai:! ;uld lee!1. T'Hl U) lliO Jl. V. 1'.
I! (Vllettiim was pimd. J tt.ii. II.
1'iicf t.ii i.l the week vn home with
fansiiv a d siiys that the drive is
. 1 .Ill
Ui'fn:.. y c-mni riieely lulu mere w in
tie li sio-.it JMO
more mumiiers auieu
to the folds al Knighthood in ui-b
Cnve. Jii:;s S. L. Collins and Sinter
returned to their home at I'lano Tex.
after Kpendinc; several months here.
Mr. Fines Montgomery of Mt. Enter-
prise Texas left for his home Saoltir-
iiy evening. Miss Lula N. IlolUs of
Nacogdoches spent a few days in the
city this week said left for her home
Sunday morning. Kev. J. 15- Dunbar
f.pent Friday and Saturday in the
city this week. Mr. Robert Johnson of
li'i'l! Texas who have been attending
mhtiiil left for home Saturday morn-
in f. Miss U-lla D. Mclilover of Bill-
iard and L'ltlo Miss Cassle M. Poison
Kiu nt Sunday evening with the Prices.
Mr. W. C. Tileo made business trip
to Jacksonville and Bollard this week.
The Cnney hall team -layed Lee
fprms team Friday asd Saturday.
Friday scores were 5-2 in favor of
1-ee Spring and Saturday 6-2 in favor
of Cunev. We hope the boys will come
a;nhi. Mis. lzaiina Wanton is to
spend the summer in Dallas Okla-
homa and other points. Mr. Herbert
Williams and sister Mrs. Bizzlo Iarry
of Mabank spent a few dnys here at
the bed side of their father Mr. Jim
Williams who has been very sick but
is much Improved at this writing. The
people are still striving for the now
School building and aro putting-forth
every effort possible to raise the
money. Mrs. Charity Sneed is visiting
her daughter In Dallas this week and
is also planning to visit her sons in
Tulsa Okla. and Los Angeles Calif.
before returning home. I'rof. J. C.
Hamilton Mr. J. T. Powell and Mr.
V. D. Thomas made business trips
to Jacksonville this week. Mrs. Mattie
Powell of Houston spent a few day?
with her husband. .
Mr. Toney Crawford is a new
reader of the Express. Mrs. Marie
Jacluon of Dallas died Thursday May
25th. her remains was brought here
for burial and was accompanied by
her mother. Bister cad two more
friends from there. Sick list: Mrs.
Bell Bryant and Mrs. Fannie Gray.
Mrs John U Clradwick who has beep
t-oinp to school lit Dickson's Orphan-
aro has returned home. Also Miss
I Aiis Chadwick who baa been twins
"at Austin. Tim Llack leagues of this
place crossed bats with Cash Black
Button the last hearing game was
14-3 in favor of the. Black Legs. Miss
Faunie Belle Rayson. and Mr. Fletch-
er were quietly married last week.
Crops do pretty well here they are
a little delayed. Mr. Wllbert Clark Is
a new rsaner of the Express. Mrs.
Mary St lbbletteld has returned home
after a !ew months stay In Tenepa.
Mr. Jameb Uayson of Marshall is here
visiting relatives and friends.
The U. B. F. and S. M. T.'s held
their Anniversary excretes for 1922
sit the A. M. K. church. The Ennis
High school exerc.Kes were very
Interesting. The Baccalaureate sermon
was preached by Rev. P. W. Scott
pastor of fourth ward Baptist Church.
The graduating address waa delivered
by Prof. W. H. Burnett principal of
Terrell school. Mr Chas. Mays a well
known and well liked young man
died last week. Tha colored people
tr Funis own 23 automobiles. Service
was weli attended at all the churches
Sunday. S. A. Crenshaw will leave for
San Antonio Sunday to attend the
K. of P. Grnnd Idge. Dr. O. W.
Phillips has left for Phoenix Arizona
and Mrs. Dr. Phillips arid baby has
gone to Ft. Worth. Mrs.- Rogers has
opeue" new stand tee cream parlor
next ' ooor to Stephen's Store. Mr.
. Frank Waruer is having a neat little
building e-rrected in which he will
op';n up a patent drug and confection-
Sunday sehoel was well Mcnded
at all churchen. Dr. A. R. Starks P.
U. of the Bouij im District held his
first quarterly conference with John
sou Chapel A. M. E. Church Saturday
Itev. Moscly preached sn excellent
sermon at the A. M. K. Church. Sun-
day afternoon Mrs. F. A. Little and
others went to Palmer Sundi.y eve-
ning to service. Rev. J. S. A. Trower
w as at hia post Sunday and preached
two inspiring sermons.
UenilersonrThrough the efforts of
W. 11. McCane Principal of the ex-
celsior High school all of the Sunday
schools' of the town met iv a Joint
session at Mother Zlon Baptist church
Sunday morninjr and held a juxlle
. Sunday ' school. The following were
appointed aa teachers for th occas-
ion: Piof. W. V McCane Mrs. A.
VV. Pryor Miss .Lattle IjOii Franklin
Mr. W. E. Brui.-iley Mrs. Minnie
Whalley. Mr. Walter Franklli' Mrs.
Nettie Moore and Joe BesK. ollection
$10.00. After Sunday scneol a j?va.I-
uating class of seven girl marched
4n follcwing them wat. a large num-
ber of childreu and grown ina TVi
filled to overflow the spacious Mother
Zion. Appropite music w rendered
by the choir of "Mother Zlon Bap-
tt: t church; efter wblh V.sv. S Gar-
ner Pastor o- the C. M. E proceeded
to deliver his very able and aporecl-
uted Baccalaureate Sermon. Rev.
Garner did entire Juctlee- to the oc-
casion. Kev. Llnley pastor of the
Second liar-i- clu'-ob waa present
rud MS'iisted in L.e services. Principal
MoCane. followed the sermon with a
yerv stronar talk which was apprecl-
ivt...i 1 y all huiliin? people. Collection
f U.35. The- fratiuatinjT ela. will ren-
dT th"ir program Thursday n-!s:ht
Ju-'i 1: ( Heriderxon is proud of her
f ) !'. The first closeiug exercises
.( the Lx'-.c'.Koir High school. Thtirs-
Avy i -' lit was fi;i'. Cne- coutd very
t i' i;-.' jm th"t no tima or pains have
- V' fi ' Iii t 1 the teachers. The Miffh
1 fin) I'H''
!;.!. im wps crowdf-4 . Jilay
ill. Mr. llcnr'eU-i Iins!y and
-;.! i-r. Mn I. V. Dansby oner-I'-im)
'I'd .?"lor and s'-n-'or c!iiih of
-if!: ir h cehool at the home of
..-! ?? r rtfl'w fiHby. T'0
-v jn-i-i fcr-K'tmea. j. lua.c
v ii f- ri.ivci !."!! vA "" of t.u
j. HI t - il'i-t fie rii"l t. Ovit.e a
:-n!'r via i-ved 'nt the I'm;ii
bowl. After a ploasent time was spent
the hostess served cake and cream.
The Rin-Ht of honor were: Misses Ma-
Kie L. Giption. Mahtte Lewis Lets
Marie Dansby. Sarah Johnnon Willie
tiu liny aim iseiwia iuiu rmssuB.
Mrs. John M. Rowen of Chicago Mrs
Maud ISowen Iio.XKU o( St. Louis
Mo.. Mrs. Garfield and Mrs. Humpha
tl. O 1.-11 Rfi. IlinA t).inn
noweii ui imiui mirn nin-w iM'ncij
Houston were called to the bed side
of their father Mr. J. Bowen. Mr
Lonnie Harris Mr. Jordan Hollis Mr.
J. C. Jones and others motored over
Sunday from Longview to visit Mr.
Bowen. Mr. L. B. Buckner Mrs.
Martha A. (Upson . and two grand
daughters Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mil-
ler the reporter are recovering from
a feast of oil sausnage. Mr. Hammon
King arrived from K. T. A. Tyler.
Services to-day at 3.30 p.m.: Sunday
schod and lnorring services post-
poned owing to tie call of Prof. Mc-
Cane We worsh'.jcd at Mother Zion
this morning. Rev. Lendley delivered
a great sermon to a large emigre
gaticn followed by Deacon Slmmoni
with a soul stirring talk. Collection
J3.50. .Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Glpson
were the merry guest of Mr. and Mrs.
COIiSK AN A.
uidiiuuiiiig i w.i-
as n.sa m uu ' "m " u " I several weekg (lness. The funeral ser-
Bapt tot church the i Jast Ihureday vk;eg by Rev. c H. Carter
night were well attended. The annual
address was delivered by Dr. AbWng-
ton of Dallas. It was practical and
well received. Tl school board was
represented by Supt. Fillers and
Pres. McCamcron each made a short
talk. The exercises by the graduates
were out of the usual. Instead of
having regular set spcaches and
Art essays the young lady of Domes-
tic Art Illustrated her talk by actual
work with scissors tape and Machine.
The young lady of Domestic; Science
used the broom prepaired the tea
table and served the guests. The young
lady of music directed choruses and
performed upon the iiano. Principe!
Jackson believes in veriety. The Supt.
was well pleased and complimented
the work that was done In the Doug-
las and Washingotn school's this
year. Mrs. Emma Smith a well
know n Express reader of E. 7th Ave.
and who's likening for beautiful
things is Illustrated by the many
pretty flowers that adorn her yard
entertained the out of town teachers
at her home Monday evening the 21st.
The invited guest were served cake
and cream. Those invited were; Prof.
Chester Shoalcrs Boswell Misses
Crawford and Blalre. Mr. and Mrs.
Southall have bought a place. No.
1009 E. Collier St. and at some future
time remodel ur build a nice home
upon it. The out of town teachers
have departed tor their various homes.
St. Andrews ( Impel M. K.
Sunday was a high day a very
interesting Sunday school. Our pastor
was at his best. At 11 a.m. he preach-
ed from John 3: 16. and The neces-
sity of Regeneration; and at 7:30
from St. John 2: 15.
The V. M. M. 8. Club.
The Y. M. M. 8. Club delightfully
and successfully entertained at the
Taborian Hall last Friday evening
and every one enjoyed themselves to
the highest. Punch was served through
out the evening. There were out of
towu guests present among them
were: Mr. and Mrs. Roger Buchanan
of Bonham. Texas. Mr. E.' Edwards
and O. Stell Salard furnished splen-
did music. The Club colors are yellow
and lavender. Executive staff are:
Mc. Johnson Pies.; E. R. Buchanan
Sec'ty.; S. White. Treas.; E. Martin.
Services were well attended at
Mt. Zlon Baptist church. Rev. I. S.
Steverson preached noble sermons
both day and night. Misses .va B.
Shepherd Dclcinia Taylor and Eleaso
Pouncy have returned from Houston
College. The people of Mt. Zion Bap
tist church are busy prepairlng for
children's day. Prof and Mrs. G. W
Hicks returned from Llvlngst.in Fri-
day and reported a pleasent viajt
Mrs. M. A. Dailey Mrs. Jane Hicks
and daughter Miss Marietta Ticks
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Char-
lie Demby Saturday. Mrs. Leoda
Tompson has returned from Palestine.
Mr. Thornton Harvey and wife of
Kennard are here to spend a while
with their children. The C. M. E.'s
have completed their church. Don't
" ii. to see- Mrs. E. L. Demby for the
repress if you fall to see. the reporter
Leave all News items with Mrs. Dem-
by or the reporter. '
Tyler. Sunday was Ifcgh ay at all
churches; All pastors were present.
Dr. A. T. Stewart dolN-ered two able
sermons. Rev. H. Cv Alexander was
at True Vine and was at his best
total collection for the d.y $41.00.
Pre.v Banks has returned from St.
Louis where bo attended tlie Gencal
Conference. Ke alao visited other
States wr-ile awty.. Miss Rena McFad-
den v?io has been torching in Iberia
La. tas returned home for the sum-
mer. The U. E. F. and 8. M. T held
their annual ThanVsblving service
Sunday evening Maj 28th at the A. M.
10. church. Miss Velma Bledsoe
Messrs Ixuiie Sirodo and Iteeman
Tayior have returned ftom Marshall
where thej- attended Bishop Co'lege.
Mr. Emmett Riley of Monroe La. is
in the city. Irene King who has been
confined to ber bod on N. Border St.
is able to be up again to the delight
! of her many friends. Mr. Alphonza
Alien Enibr'.mor was Called to jack
sonvillo Saturday on burine3s. Rrv. R.
II. Frances was elected President of
the Foreign Miss-Ion Convention ksich
was held at Bryan last week. The
Emmett . Scott High school doping
exercises at St James C. M. E. chur-h
last Friday evening. There were not
many graduates this year on accni'At
of ane.' .-er grade being added; -H't
before dark the church waa packed
to Its fullost capacity to witness a
pla: entitled "The Captain of Plv-
r .-th" The play waa excellent in
r.very respect; tho vcrv hest talott
of the arhool was selected. MjsIc was
furniKhed by Litllo Miss Texas Hill
a High school student. The hnelt
ground of the Nceno was drawn by
Little Mit-s Marjorlp Williams nnlhei
of tho sludent Tho cnl-ira faeulf
wo re.-Ieeteit ' -a. Anna Warr-n
v: III tak her nt-A next term. Mr.
! T fwl3 Km on an old and respi et
.- rien of !Ma county tiled at III'
dome Inst "1"tsdat and wb biw.-d
tie follolT da v. He was. a hroi
Mr. Collin Hintou of this city and
uaveK a number or cliildren ana rel-
atives to mourn his loss. Mrs. Mary
Muckalroy left Monday for McKlnney
after a two weeks visit with mother
and sister. Mr. I'aco'who was passing
through th city last week stopped
over to visit the Woodmen Camp No.
684. Miss Hattie Brittain of Chandlei
was in the city last week. Mrs.
Ophelia Collins who has been here for
some time under the care of the
Doctor left Saturday for her home in
Waco much Improved to the delight
of her many friends. AVe regret very
much to learn of the serious Illness
of Mr. Blockster Mayfleld who has
been in Kansas City lor some time
but is now in Dallas . Mr. Waltci
McDaniel Is In Dallas. Miss Georgia
Blakemoro has returned from Me-
harry Medical College where she com-
pleted the pharmaceutical course. The
Summer Normal will open June 12th
at Texaa College The Athletic Club
made a trip to Corsle'ana last week.
The story is a long one. The manager
and ass't manager couldn't arrange
to go; so they sent Mr. C. Biggs.
They went in a bunch but same back
in ones and two 8. The manager came
in 5 days late and now has filed a
suit against the club for not sending
back for him. The memorial service
conducted at Bethlehem Baptist
church under the auspices of the
Missionary Society in memory of Sis-
ter Ware our District Directress was
a very touching affair. The President
of Truo Vino church sister Annie
Johnson came over with her society
about 13 members and took part in
Jacksonville. Mr. Major Thompson
one of the Jacksonville highly re
.. aA llv 97th oftor
assisted by Rev C. C. Sopp at Benson
Chnpel C. M. E: church. The deceased
was a Mason 50 years a member of
Mt. Hovcn C. M. E. church. He leaves
a wife and five children to mourn his
loss The Philips Wheatley Sewing
Club met Friday evening May 26th
at the home of. Mrs. S. V. Gaston. The
meeting wag largely attended and
interesting session was held after
which a menu was served consisting
of Heavenly Hash garnished on let-
tuce leaves and Gold cake grape
punch and Angel food cake. Mr. W.
M. Thompson who was called home
to the bed side of his father left this
week for his home in Minneappolis
Minn. Prof. Hardaway and his new
bride were royally entertained at the
home of Mrs. Emma Loyd May 26th.
Miss Llsenia Hardaway of Calvert
spent a few days visiting Mrs. Tom-
mi Mc Alee.. Mr. T. A. Randolph of
Dallas is in the city. Miss Viola
McCrlmmon of Ponta spent a few
days in the city; and says she must
have the Express. Mrs. Melisia Griffin
who has been sonfined to her bed
and room is improving. Miss Luella
Cross of Cuney spent a few days vis-
iting tier sister Mrs. Bessie Ragsdale.
Mr. L L. Davis spen'. Sunday athomt.
In Tyler The Black Tigers taken two
Btralghts from Henderson at Tigers
Park 24-25. First day 6-3: second day
4-1. Mrs. Norris Jinks who has been
confined to her bed for more than a
week is improving. Rev. C. C Sopp
filled his regular appointment Sunday.
A correction: It was a 4 acre block
the city City School Board bought in-
stead of 40 ncrcs. Mr. Joe Willie Grif-
fin the Star catcher for the Jackson-
I vI11a Rlnnlr -.Tifraya ' i-Atlirnpft home.
Sunday evening after a six months
stay in Galveston and his shaking
hands with the Fans; he will be on
the Line-up June li)th against the
Ft Worth Panthers. Mr. Oscar- D.
Brewer left last week for Shrevcport
La. Quite a large crowd from Tyler
motored down Sunday to attend the
funeral of Mr. Major Thompson
HAMPTON IXST1TUTE WUH
Over 100 Entrants In S8 Event At-
tract 1&00 Spectators Howard
Wins Mile Relay John Watson of
Bordentown School Makes Bent Sin-
gle Scorej 2ft iViits.
By William Anthony Avery.
Hampton Va. June 1. The Hamp-
ton track athletic tt .m won the Oliver
loving-cup point trophy by a score ot
59 in the first annual track and field
meet which was held on Armstrong
Field Hampton Institute May 20th
under the sanction of the Colored
inter-collegiate Athletic Association
which is a memb u of the National
Collegiate Athletio Association.
The track team of Howard Uni
versity. Washington D. C came sec
ond with a score of 46; Virginia Union
University Richmond third 18; and
Virginia Normal- and Industrial In-
stitute Petersburg fourth 6.
Howard University won the inter-
collegiate one mile relay race and car-
ried off the silver-cup trophy.
William E. Cook of Virginia Union
University won he highect score in
the Inter-colleglate events. He won
fifteen points. He made fint place
in the 100-yard dr.cn and running
high Jump. ; -
In the inter-scho'.itio contests the
track team from the BordenAx)wn Man-
ual Training fchool Bordentown N.
J. won 38 points and carried away
two fftiver ioving-cups one for w.a-
nlng the largest number ot points in
the tntcr-BCcolastic one-mile roay
Dunbar High School of Waohinc-
ton D. C. V.; Princess Anne Acad-
emy of Maryland and Junior High
School. Washington. D. C 5 each;
Booker T. Washington High School
Noifoir 3; md Huntington Higr-
School Newport News 2.
John Watson )t the Bordentown
Manuel Training School was Ue in-
dividual point-winner in the entire
contest. He gained 25 points by win-
ning five .'irst . places 100-yard cash
220- ard dash. 440-yard dash 1 20-yard
low hurdlej and lanninj? bfoad Jump.
Over 1500 spectators were present
at this track and ield meet Gold sil-
ver and bronze atch fobs were giv-
en as prizes to first- second- and
100 yard dash Woo. by W. E. Cook
Virginia. Union University. Leo Robin-
son. Howard University second; Reu-
ben F. Jones. Hampton Institute
third. Time 10 1-5 seconds.
220-yard dash Won by W. E. Cook
Union; Leo Robinson Howard sec-
ond; Reuben F. Jones Hampton
third; Time. 22 2-5 seconds.
440-yard dash Won by Junius T.
LfwrHton Hanpton; Emmett Wyndon
Howard socond; ftotert Craft How-
arc.. Uilrd. Time 63 2"5 seconds.
8R0-yai'd run-Won bv Goorgo P.
Watley. Hampton: R- O. TiKhtf"ot
t'nion second; jfm D. Morn Hump-
o. third n ili'.ijn 8 Va.kfr. Hnmn-
tn MS. f"rmertv of Colnmb'n T'o-'vr-a
v- M'-tronolltan chsvnnion c
New York took part in this race on
invitation and ran this distance in
2 minutes 1 second.)
120-yard high hurdles Won by Ells- I
worth P. Woodson Hampton; Young
of Union second; James Taylor How-
ard third. Time 18 1-5 seconds.
220-yard low hurdles Won by Young
l.f TTnlnn R.lllun T T ll.mninn
second; John C. McCoy Hampton
third. Time 29 seconds.
One mile run Won by Raymond
Contee Howard; Ralph Graham
Hampton second; Clifford O. Smith
Hampton third. Time 4 minutes 42
1-5 soconds. I
Two mile run Won by Evans of
Howard; John W. Green Hampton
second; Alexander Saunders Hump-1
ton third. (R. Earl Johnson of Brad-
dock Pa. holder of the five-mile ten-
mile and cross-country champion-
ship of America took part in this race
on invitation and ran this distance
in 10 minutes 42 seconds.)
16-pound shot put Won by Scott
E. Johnson Hampton; T. J. Anderson
Howard second; Alexander Saunders
Hampton third. Distance 35 feet
Javelin throw Won by T. J. Ander-
son Howard; David L. Gunn Hamp-
ton second; George P. Watley Hamp-
ton third. Distance 148 feet 1 1-2
Discus throw Won by T. J. Ander-
son Howard ; Young of Howard
second; David L. Gunn Hampton
third. Distance 123 feet 2 inches.
Polo Vault Won by George B. D.
Stephen. Hampton; WiUard L.
Adams Hampton second; Farrell of
Howard third. Distance 9 feet 4
Broad Jump Won by John C. Mc
Coy Hampton; Rozier of Howard
second; Green of Howard third. Dis-
tance 19 feet 10 1-2 inches.
High Jump Won by W. E. Cook.
Union; Ellsworth P. Woodson Hamp-
ton second; Green of Howard third.
Distance 5 feet 10 inches.
100-yard dash Won by John Wat
son Bordentown - Manuel itbidihs
School; Roland Richardson Junior
High School Washisgton. D. C sec-
ond; Berry Armstrong High School
Washington D. C third. lime iu
220-lard dash Won by John Wat-
son Bordentown; Walter M. Petty
Bordentown. second: Berry Arm
strong High School third. Time 23
440-yard dash iWon by James A
Held Bordentown; Gorham Fletcher
Dunbar High School Washington D.
C second; Levi Armstrong High
School third. Time 64 1-5 seconds.
880-yard run Won by Levi Arm-
strong High School; Theodore Brown
Dunbar High School second; Walter
H. Jackson Bordentown third. Time
2 minutes 5 gecods.
120-yard low hurdles Won by John
Watson Bordentown; Walter M. Petty
Bordentown second; James Conway
Princess Anne Academy third. Time
16 1-5 seconds.
Pole vault Won by Charles Drew
Dunbar High School. Distance 6 feet
Broad jump Won by John Watson
Bordentown; Charles -Drew Dunbar
High school second; W. Henderson
Junior High School third. Distance
21 feet 4 1-2 inches.
High Jump Won by Charles Drew
Dunbar High fc'ool; Charles Wil-
liams Booker 3' Washington High
School Norfolk f;cond; Floyd Rows
Huntington High School Newport
News third. Distance 5 feet 8 5-8
100-yard dash Won by Clayton of
Newport News "Y"; Taylor of Harris-
burg Pa. "Y" second. Time 11
220-yard dash Won by Taylor of
Harrisburg; Clayton of Newport News
second. Time 24 1-6 seconds.
One mile run Won by Randolph
of Newport News "Y"; Ward of New
port News second. Time. 6 minutes
20 seconds. :
The mile relay collegiate race was
woa by Howard Univc -sity; Hampton
Institute second; Virginia union
Tniversity. third. The mile relay lntsr-
acholastic race was won by Borden
town Manuel Training School; Junior
High School Washington second
Princess Anne Academy third. .
Meet Is Well Jlauaged
The managing committee was com
nosed of Charles H. Williams director
ton and chairman of the executive
Dhvaical education for boys at Hamp-
committee of the Hampton Athletic
ield Association which is conduct-
ing a financial campaign for the com-
pletion of Armstrong Field; Gideon
10. Smith Hampton '10 and Michigan
Agricultural College '16. who was
All-Western Tackle in 1915 and who
is now the assistant in physical
education for boys at Hampton; .and
Major Allen W. Washington com-
mandant of cadets at Hampton Insti
Among me officials were B. B.
Henderson of Washington. D. C
referee who is the director of physi-
cal education in the Dunbar Hign
School an official footba'.l and basket
ball referee and a promoter of color-
ed track athletics who !ias had wide
vpenence In managing Indoor and
outdoor meets; J. V. Mulligan of
Washington D. C starter and Ama-
teur Athletic Union official and a
famous quarter-miler of Georgetown
who ran on tho well-known Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania relay team with
J. B. Taylor a famous colored runner
W. C. Robblns of Washington D. C
chief field Judge who is an Inr.tructor
in the Armstrong Manuel 'Training
I1XIE KEClilVE D1FLG-
llampion Va. June 1. Fran It W.
Darling ot llamp'on on behalf ot the
dourd of directors - of the Haiapton
Training School and Dix'e Hospital
recently presented diplomes to eleven
nurses in the 1922 class: Comllla L
Spady Cape Charts Va.; Faulkner
N. Robinson (Sergeant at arms) New-
port News Va.; Lavinia E. Griggs
'President) Norfolk Va.; Frederica
h. Cagory (Secretary). Gloucester;
Emily C. Adams (Treasurer) Rich-
mond Va.- Esthe. Baynham Beasiey
Va.; Lola L. Pressley Phoebus Va.;
and Irene I Garnos Norfolk Va. The
Mass motto was: "Not lor self but
for others we r truggle." .
KEGKO FJI.K SONGa 1K0AD-
CASTK1) UAJ10 -
Hamptjn Va. June 1. The New-
ark R.idio Station recently bruad-
Cuted the follofcll.g Negro folk-song
KCBi am ot the Ha apton Institute
yuarlet: "I want to be rearty' ; "Fide
nn Jesus"; "Go down Mos? s''; "Uttlc
David play en your lu.rp"; "Keep
me from binding down"; "Four and
tv.unty elders'"; "The old ark"; "Steal
away" and "Swing low Sweet Chariot.
Robert Ogden Purves field secretary
of Hampton Institute spoke by radio
tn the history and purpose of Hanip-
mon Preached to 28
Graduates by Dr. C.
Twenty-eight beautifully gowned
girls and well dressed boys marched
up the concrete stairs of the massive
and beautiful 8t. John's Institute on
Sunday May 28 with Prof. C. F. Carr
the principal of the High School and
Mrs. J. C. Frasier the well known
teacher and assistant principal at their
t this time the main auditorium of
the church was so crowded that spec-
nrjTjjshera were put on to prepare the
way for the graduates to get to their
seats. The number of people necessi-
tated another service in the building
over which the brother of the pastor
of this beautiful structure Rt-v. C. C
Harper presided. There was only
These seniors met at 10:45 at tho
home of their president Miss Allean
Turner and together marched to the
Institute to drink In the powerful
words and needed advice of the effi-
cient Rev.. Harper. All seniors were
present ten (10) boy and eighteen
(18) girls. All belong to some church.
All were Interested when Dr. Harper
tntilr him tovt .1 ..11 J 1.-1- -.
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tentlon the full tlm nn th. .nhwt
"Dissatisfied People and Unsatisfied." i Is going to Undon. England was
"Now dear pupils" he aid "youlalsd arranged for but to us came tne
must remember to be not like the saddest news of the season thus when
man hn n i.).. . V. -. k - I ...... ntalAP riarllner to SCCOPt OUT
was always dissatisfied. Nothing suit-
ea mm. iou could do all you could
for him and It was not enough but
be like the unsatisfied who no mat.
ter wnat rioias tney nad conquered
had wished and long for others to
conquer. Be unsatLified .when you
reach your goal (which now Is grad-
uation) but go and make your record
in colleges and universities. Then be
unsatisfied 'and try to help others
through this world; remember that.
Alsotfremember that such philosophers
s r-iaio. sucn orators as uaesar made
their name by being unsatisfied when
they had done an) thing but kept on
no on looKing ior otner fields to
Hearty handshakes showed the an.
preclation of the sermon as Rev. Har
per took his seat amid the many
Directly after thla Attorney Spence.
a member of the school board. . who
had attended the services with his
wife mode an address to the gradu-
ates and to' the congregation1 in gen-
eral. 'Remember." he said "that vmi in
Negroes. Always bo proud of your
race for future things may be rey
ealed to you of which you never
dreamed. Don't try to climb by Imi-
tation but do so originally. All ideas
tor your aavancement suould be origi-
nal .More will come to you In that
way. If I were a Negro I should
be proud of the fact and I want von
all to be the same. Also remember
tnat there are no better musicians in
the world than Negroes."
Loud hand clapping and cheers went
out for him as he took his seat
At the proper time the seniors rose
together and placed their offerings
on the table and returned to their
seats to await the benediction.
This service was held - at the beau.
tlful edifice and the suggestion of Dr.
Harper and thanks for the offering
were rendered by Prof. Carr Sunday
morning before the sermon.
This building contains I floors In
cluding the roof garden and has In
its division a social room for the
young folks class rooms for the Sun-
day school room for each auxiliary
of the church two main auditoriums
for services. Consequently there may
be. are and will be - many meetings
going on at the same time each
without the least disturbance to the
Dr. Harper Is to be commended on
his splendid work for he now has
eight (8) years to pay six (18000)
thousand dollars tha only debt of the
C. Russella Norsworthy.
YOUR EliCIPATIOl M
On June 19th th$ Colored Population of Dallas will
celebrate what is to them the biggest holiday in the year.
It is their
You merchahts will profit by their 'liberal patronage and
thereby emancipate your business from the grip of Dull
RING HASKEL 5761 Representative Will Call.
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IS YOOR HAIR SHORT OR TIIII1?
1ru It brink off or fU oat? U It irj and wirr7 Bin
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Dept. M AOS PRAIRIE AVENUE HOUSTON TEXAS.
Mme. Franklin ctnampoo and BIHn Soap Bleaching Cream Maaaf
Cream Vanishing: Cream Bkln Rejuvenator and Face Powder abould ;
be in every home. These aix articles for ale at Drug Store or will be
shipped to any address for 13.26. . .
A CARD OF TWAWKS.
We take this method to thank our
many friends and neighbors for the
kindness shown us during the Illness
and death of our mother Grand-
mother and sister Mrs. T. A. Butler
of 1107 B. 4 th street. Fort Worth
Texas also for the many beautiful
floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Seymour daughter and Son-ln-Iaw
Miss Ruth and Florida Seymour.
Mrs. Mary Norwood Sister of Mem-
phis Tenn. Messrs. Frank and Isaao
Graves of Tuscumbla Ala.
For the benefit of the general public
and friends of St James ind Street
Hantlst church we desire to give the
We are now entering upon a great
. . . i ur In va lann
out pleasant juuiim ' "
ched our ship and are setting sails
r... . nit hiillrilnar. We let down
and ouite a nice sum was raised
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Miv 14th. Our pastor. Dr. J. H. Winn
presenting him a trip to the World s .
Colored napusi v;unnio.
England. His love for us together with
'the greatest anlexty for large enough
building to accommodate the overnow
in . .riurri thai visit or attend our
church and a desire for large enough
working quarters for our depart-1
mental work have over shadowed the
pleasure the grandeur and infor-
mation gained personally on such a
A wonder man Indeed la he
He seems to forget himself upon
seeing so many turned away from
our door our Sunday nights for want
of room and Is sacrificing the pleasure
of such a trip for the good of these.
S. A. WHEAT Chairman of
B. H. BAIAINGER. Ch. Clerk.
BIRTH DAY PARTY.
Miss Beatrice Martin S004 Thomas
avenue entertained with a birthday
party In honor of Miss Sarah Jackson
May 24. Games and music were In-
dulged In a three-course luncheon
wss served to a few select friends
after which an auto party was formed
for a tour of the city.
17. W. F. AND . M. T. ITOI.D AN-
NVAI THANKSOIVINO SKRVICBS
AT BETHEL A. M. K. CHURCH.
Rntidav. Mav 28. according to a time
honored custom since 1873 and longig
before the hour of services. Bethel i g
A. M. E. church was taxed to Its seat- g
ing capacity by rrlends and memoers
of the Order. Promptly at the ap-
pointed hour Dr. R. T. Hamilton
Master of Ceremonies took charge
after a few Introductory remarks by
Ir. Hamilton a short but very Inter-
esting program was rendered after
which Rev. 3. H. Smith in his
pleasing way preached a very able
and instructive sermon which was
listened to with . marked attention.
DEPARTED FOR DENVER COL.O.
Mrs. J. P. Starks and daughter Marie
left Saturday for their home in Den-
ver Co. after spending several months
in the city. They will be greatly
missed bv their many friends.
Miss Marguerite Patton was a
charming bride with many brides
maids at Bethel church.
Mr. J. Orland Mitchell manager of
The World Wonder Oil and Gas Co.
returned Wednesday morning from
Mexia where he witnessed the spudd-
'jl1 "iBD" 1 ' ' MA"
Tliey will patronize
YOU DALLAS MERCHANTS LIBERALLY
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MADAME N. A. FRANKLIN
ing In of their well on the Arbuckle
farm. He also attended the picnic of
the World Wonder OH Co.. celebrating
their entry Into this field and a
banquet at the Smith hotel In the
city of Mexia which was Riven by
wealthy citizens of that district who
have gained their wealth from oil.
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