The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 33, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 3, 1922 Page: 6 of 8
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Jiit-i- Jones of fiouth
fc roct tit rpi"'l
ii;i-.t Hi Ills home. Funeral services i pt8 and faculty of the Uonzulea hlKh
..- . i ;.... evenlnir from tht school and a few parents last Thurs-
In .-.'. V: UMt Vlmr." Pcv J w dy In the Davis park Mr. Estelle.
.... o'ii.i-n...i The uocoanr-d 'la 'aur- vho u "nger uf te Kstolle Under-
; a wife. . brother three takn'. tabliahment of Waco wt; In
.;.'roi. i.vd other relatives. Hia re -
laid to rest In the city
ry. A 1 tor three wecha' itincss i
l i.ota mi of at. avenue i
(... . I W8y Saturday nMit The a.!
n-:.i i i ih iv H.ii.ircn :
Uf" brother two sifters and other
retnt ve;i. The elementary deimrt-
tfl.'.rliit prourain at the. Kink theatre j various churches. Rev. N. O. Garnian
Thursday niKht. which mnrk-djof Mt Providence was with hi people.
he clot of Hie 1'ity School. Friday .
eit the graduating c.ercie were I JlcVi c" -""" l '''lurch of God
u-iii in ttie Munii-ipu! Auditorium. A
vry atiprecumve auuienco wax prea-
bmmu.'is to the class arm toaifo some
r-ry enrourrtniiifr renmrif's. Miaa Kt'fia
-rte l'i-(ii e; alter closlntf her work
n iLOti.ton Colhtre returned home
few days n.Ti. Mr. t'irneliia Bumrt-
rm. who KiaiiNHted from Klxhot Col.
a few dii' as".. In home with
i-nirU. Mini A Ima liavla at.udent In
A'n.4( n 'ftU.iji' returned home a few
(ty. Mrs. Anne l'antiele acrctmpanied
tr t.er little errand aon are th9 tfutata
.laKper kohhj. wrs.
neeiinj- l!.t week endiuir with a ureal
Saatlnitd llnptlnl ( burrh.
l Including Supt.. I C. Proctor ana conference with iiJl r. quarterly
few member of the triiHlee board. . .hl'T ?i t'. Vugh anl
.Mn o A. Fuller of Itiahop ColeBe. iV.irlt ran hlAt HMrf m' h? h"ly
e of the fo.em.Mt educators of Tex- L)l( " " delivered two
. dvl.vered the address to a class of ! !xt oe n J "V16 w'" 'PPOX- "
r. Inolmlinr three boya and ten I nubVen'Vda""" fey earh". Mi
. . ... i.-i aoinu- nleelv. Mr
' JUT. DIM ftllM. .IJIMl-r n.om- . n. rfHVJ( VlMif in TJrt.. .. ' OW
1 nnele in thr- mother of Mra. Komde. luaoud L ' J"'1 Wot ' with hor
r. and Mra. Will Kuylcendnll of San f ""' " ey- ij-l?vt returned after
Antonio were In the city l ist week. J'P 'Sr SlJhi. nd other points.
.. nr i-elativea and friends and to i L't'l '' "it " KPr01frm rn"ered
w.tneaa the graduation of hia on. T' FlshSJ 21. 'Cl?0t .Wlh Prof'
-. Kobt Wells Kd KroBh. P. M r.ind t d uL ' Prlnt:'l''- Program
.o...an. J. W. Lewis and -Madame M 0rtVl c"'bde' "l'lce of the
4F. ii. ' MoiKa.i. and E. R. Coruther niX? "he eth??. n"'''1''8' .Frllav
fc-rt this week for fcan Antonio. vh.iU '"if ''"r an few friends I
nr. relatives and friends and wltneas- of Mr 1Z M".' nl'18 wPai?tabl
ed the gradual ion of his aon. Messr. 'Yi f M eo' W. Tucket
tobt. Wells. Ed Frosh F. I. Morgan 'dte s"mJ w ere furnished by
l w. Iwl: and Madi-nes O. H. Mor- ' i1?"' cIb M "e Thelma
. .. i.' if rv.riii .pi-fl leit in 8 . ----- " " "'n-:ireHH. in
week for San Antonio vlllora and (.0 a I
deleeiiteB to the Grand Lodfta of the uu'
'.'. ..V.7 " i..i.V.. itooatera' club
wwk ior ran jiiuoiho Conner A. U
K of ... Mr. J...W. Iwi. la In the I 'W'a." .ol"" M n1""JHyAWe.S?: "-ibecua and all that goes .with it .to ''UArneTTo her"
.ace ror ( rM uter uunra . w.WM called" to ci ."V.T"r "' the .?. . .2L IS...-1 in Oklahoma after soendlng
lru.-.t that ne ...... oe .-cu. returned Saturday with . nice heT-" r.V'K''.tt.m' w. i' 'SiZ I day with relative. The
K. T. held their annual Thanksgiving so COHnty .hould be proud of since Ij'Bht V (tS'Z l Mdav eve"- tende.1. Born to W. H. Ve
arvl. e at M. IS. ehurch Sunday. May the Fraternal order nf S. A""' d Cartwrlght died ""nday eye"- over a
. Rev. ..b. offlc.uted. Had a nlc. lS : ' h'mie on Jones sVreeT thl c.ty: He ' Sjver.1 Coperlt motored to
rrowd ami splendid program. The i .. ut - e.B. J" came to the city to undergo ana op. ! " "-..-.? ... In
I' v.. ctut. was entertained at tne ...1 . N " ' ' C ..i'" ! pwntlon for appendlcitle Put aiea - -" --;.- - - '. . .
?.l ".'.'' J-lt:'?l" wnn with her couali. Mr. and Mr.1 .T. T blur.e a? operation was performea. n Delia avenue. Don't
-T me rimo8.re.M 11 Fullrr anrl won I irrhi- 1 j' vvooason ouiy i.oiumu i"j""" hv Ned Hobbs v sited Mt.
l?: 8r .r..ltani?iriii ElmTra wive?''...";; !.? city Is reported A'ery 111 at
' Sunday and preached an exce
T"' """" "TVU-. J'''.'. . ' a few davs her. wits ; h?..... noouaon saniiarium.oiucn anxiety 1. Mrs. Bettle Murphy of
'US1' son-in-law Mr. and . Mrs. Al-! fct eoncern'nf mm villa is visiting .her daughter
J"fp.tHrf h rcli Tad"" their tVlct ?'? Mrs J. T. Fuller J.Sunday School wa well at. ! this week. Mr. G. W. Walker I
We the Iieacona and the members from Milakoff insane and placed in
f Eastland Baptist church being I the t -unty Jail for safe keeping. MIbs
nnacioua of the able nohlo and effl- I Novella Brooks of Kaufman is here
enl service rendered us lor the laat visiting Mlaa Lela Lewis Mra. Sarah
i. o... i... ... t ..j'natr.. m. a .i u..ii i
it-Hi at-rvice reniierea us ior me laat
w.st eleven year by our worthy and
nr. it. .wancy uae
.he world to the worthiness of the
!te worthy and eminent devine put -
ing hi) whole life In the service for
tne nuiHter a lace man of the highest
tP: a booKter of Negro enterpriae.
m firm believer and conntant worker
... I L. . mlnn.l nH..nn(......n 1. 1 u
eople. Dr. J. It. bwanecy came to ua
v-.r. i!. Bv. .iTunir umi" i..t an iiiuciillllu may. W1PBI. urrltltiir
i'ia method of calling the attention Sudle Williams returned to her homei41 1 writing.
'"! r. J. It. hu ancey. We call at- j witn Mrs. BesHie Ciampett. Mr. Aman. i.lt.rf t n rhurehea Sunday Rev.
tMilion of not only of the Baptist I tla M.-Uonald returned home in Dallas. ! .f.a Harllee was called to Fort
nt our people In general aa coaino-J after a two weeks' stay hero and ln!x;;-.h . hiilne Sundav Misses Liz
'l"Yt ' "'" He Is not! Mexia. Hon. Mr. R. H Durham of I e' tucker" Freddie Harris" Mack
mi.jh or bias. Ho love his people i Corsicana .spent a day here on busl. i lrickl and and Katy Smith made a
end at nil time" us bis Influence nesa. Misa . Minnie Mae Miller re-1 J ivnor trio to Mineral Well. The
ana an mv io ut-inn ti eni. tin is an turrierj nome arter .ueeessrui term
11 year ago with a tunning message beautifully decorated. After a reg-
al message full of information life ular routine of business the hostesss
and the fcpiti.t of the holy ghost. He then served a two course luncheon
liaa from time to time in a masterly consisting of oyster cocktail with
way taught and Inetruclcd us in the crackers pimento sandwich pear aal-
t"ciiiles of the Mailer. Under his ' ittd with dressing and crackers as-
tutoiship the church Ima proivn con. sorted cake and ice cream were served.
alimlv and tin- whole coinniiiiuniiy
Ha. rown conatantl; ; and the .whole
7ijiiiiomi7 iihb .-.-ii
k. . j i...ui- vv r...i timt u-e have last
one of our ablest goMol luinlHtura.
Our pulpit has been made vacant a
yicancy which win lie n a to tiii.
are aware of our great lout and
e.;.-et to have to itive him up but
we uuifit Rive aa well as receive.
We hardly . recommend him to the
wjv.tolic in general. Dr. J. It. Swancey
a man of alerting worth a man of
anorai intellectual and apiritual power
7iU-SH our Kiiiniilureji Deacons J.
Ic i-.ogan A. J. Perdue. A. 1 i'cndlo.
ton and Itluoford Smith.
Jem. io Davenport Prof. r. J. Taylor
Tom Williams Jim Lee Morris Rey-
niiila. The Dallas Express at Win. Harris"
fftrbei shop every Saturday South Slh
tly. Church and Sunday School
.....i.n.. i l.j- i ii.i. n.r r.r
:... v itv. io. n. Hlider. of
Hiu-oherrt. Texas and hi cabinet and
' u-it-f-.atea are here' and opened the C
A. C. Diutitct meeting Thursday at
8:30 p. in. and they aro having a
Kioriou. t.ric night end day. They are
i.olding aurvie.e at Mew liion Baptist
rJ.urth and the Holy Ghost I In-
cniped around New V.iort. Rev. Dr.
jMrtien and hia band have turned on
iiu linht in thla country. The Holiness
IK-opio bava tiritun a meeting in mo
mrove. icev. Roberts mi.or or uoou
... .. . .1... -i u i. i. . .i.. i.ur.11..
tcuy. Prof. N. C. Branham Prince
" r . . . ....
" "iK" ""
concert Thursday ntglit at rirai uapr ; f
ti.t. tt waa the best conoert that haa"'"l HSn'Z w.ooa
w .1.1. ..i....t. wo i.ni. line. Mr. H. C. Hall Is sti
mrc mum in w... vim......
Wright carried out her scrooi program ; "-."' "". '"'i. cii-y
hTtui'day. May it. The little folk teaching and has accepted a position
Payed Ihel - part well. JUev. J. H. ' dustrlal teacher of Milam coun-
J.ubbard of Palestine preached at fcxtenalon work f r r $100.00 per
fcioi.nt Calvary Maptist church Tnea- jnonwi. Miss Watson is among our
Uy ii;ht. Hick lieted. William Hall wt prepared young women and Is
H-Lon M. Ke.indy. Mr. Will ' ivi certainly capable of handling any
Ind Mr. Pinelnnd Moore. We hop th im chool work.
at siie.-cly recovery wrs. i'enniu i.tn
i ha C. A. C. will be ui'tiauutua
k.i every Negro church.
j.io Mr. Ed Ganett died laat
ir I'limtlll CO
w 1 1
t'f:r r7K ; u Hme Supt. and teach. a
4 rM Zt vi .it.d homo folk at their post. Le.-son well at hand. Many
-deti MvtiVy i-aiH-d Z.4. Tne " New Hope Invite the public
do-.ate l " to old brother Rich ?th iub lef cPr8 c" te 1Sth
i f m God bleV. IM: Diidcn and night. Admission 10.00. Mrs. L. E.
f ' '. .';V.1!:. .aA i . i. u' nn v God I'-dwarda daughter and Mr. William
! body .hipped to. Wircvcport -a.. ana rewiiy motored to Sh.ioh
rBti . Jl'-v Alexander Oliver. ..a- Sunday. Mr.. Pqullla Oooeby aay: All
tZ o" the New Hope Laplint chur.'h way reserve her an Br pre.. Key.
.' -.i .turdny will ie bu'ied Tue.day Jay Green left for Bryan Saturday
I. ' " c ch. Mr. L. Koace died to preach at llev. 8 E. Dlgg' church.
! J ' i k at O-Hlve-ton. -Texas. V.rs. Hon t forget to be present at the nil-
f t w i u i v .. w...i- was linery opening. Kaliirdav nivht
x'l ei. I n en i. u" . I
under tha auspices of
W.: v. ;n i. rrt
Lit"! ' ryar iit
.. ei'-' willinma spent last
" "at" U?XST? vialtinj
I .U nd relutivea Madam A. i-
1 "'". . ed with tn
ju!iv'' -tern VcKa. her
H-ve tli." wwk or y . . ne4
. tor y"; ' eautv parlor watch
f r ! .
t nrougii " .
( tU! I-
. .. i c. Hunt
111 I.l''- '' ' i.icscllt
V Cicrt to
y i i.eiiiny
' .i.... 1.1 rx
' in t!o t.iy
-i A Jb-nfinlilR of Cil
v'"'r;.'.;;i-rtor ..f x
. a. Ltwt of his I Mr
' V.-1- the " tiJie
;ifjSK'al yet plain dlncourHe. ino u.
? " ' "V; L "
iour. en 10 w ' '"'i
''" I-reparatlon arebHK made for
the 13th of June. After the H. M. T.
aervicea were over quantity or ice
cream and several cakos were nerved
to the member and visiting frlenda by
committee of six
amo. nr. r. T. Moore P. ft. of the
s Hnttte Mtrwr.. - ' ... L.
was moved to Lnltue. her old home
Irsr lllnaaa of tuberculosis. Mrs FebWa
Meve Morgan her husband atten.led
the funeral. Airs. Kllen iiarker re-turn
alter attenriintr the K. T. A. In Tyler
her IS tf6 Wft" vlsUed by
''m ' b"dler last
With Mr. .T.ui-
Simmons and Cedrlck
V"" v' " ur. Jacasonvuie lor a few
.imyii visit to ner mother. Mrs. Creasy
I - ---- - " .w..i.i. nriv
vmning mmi ieia i.ew.8. Mra. Sarah
Chaffer and Mrs. Ada Hawkin leave.
I tor nauas for an indefinite stay. Mis 1
: in Kaufman after a few month here
' In Corsicana. Mrs. Laura Miller enter
tained Wins L. T. Bryant and Mis
Marguerite Morris Saturday with an '
old faahlon vegetable dinner.
I'roarreaslve Aid t'lulk. .-
H-l.n U -.... . ..1 .. A A 1 .1 M1..K ...... ...Ilk I
Mis. Mettle Miller th; home was
An enjoyable evening was spent a pic
ric waa planned for May 30 on the
v H i. n. im;-
ikwii iii i.ii. Ajaiim .
Mr. uinn.i. Hn.i.ilion Pres.
j Mrs. Nicy Larkins Scc'y.
Mrs. Laura H. Miller Reporter.)
.M-mon iv..s. ...u.. v..
Jr. who ha been at the bed side of
her mother. Mr ai. E. Avera has re-
turned to her home in Dallas loavlnir 1
her mother much Improved. Presid-
ing Elder C. It. Bell held his second
quarterly conference here at C. M. E.
church Friday night The Golden Rule
of the World had their annual thank
giving service Sunday at Second Bap.
"ft church. Rev. Eyers officiated.
Mrs. (iennle Roberson has returned
home from Denlson. where she had
been attended school. Miss Alice Veal
II. B ontna I... t.' i
where she has been attending 'school!
JacKson preached a aoul
stlrrlna- sermon Snnriav morula .
A. M. E. church. Rev. Felton was
hi post Sunday.
C'ameroa. Splendid services .were
held at all chinches Sunday. Rev.
limber is Mill mending. At' thla
vrl lng he Is doing fine. Mrs. Henry
(Sister of Mrs. Doshia Smith) of
Bon Arnold Is aide to return home.
Mrs. R. A. Covington Is at home after
a most successful term at Rosebud.
Iur. A. C. Soicer of Portland. Oregon
...i momer anu
sifter. Mrs. Sarah Norwood and Mm
Cho.rloUe Heard Mrs. A. B. Robin-
aon I. .11a tn t. n i. ..I in
ale to be up after being ill
UU.IOK.l ....... 1 TI..1 .....
Hailey motored to Hearne. Tl.iir.riu
to meet the Bishop C.dlege students.
Mr. Sam Ferrell of Corpus Christ! Ii
vliti!g home folks. Mr. Jim An ...
I .on ana ir;!iiy motored
Will. Point. Sunday school of
Pleasant Hill Baptist church was
opened r a time with a good atton-
vnce Kev. C. ki. Butler of Overton
md Mis V. J. Deckard of Terrell
were rleasant Visitor. Itev. Butler
nreachod two very practical and in.
spiring aarmons. The Inter-schoolastic
meet between Mineola and Wills
Point sc.iools were a decided .uooou.
Misa Shannon of Ki nfman Is here aI I
intnius witn a musical to bo given
at Pleasant Kll! Baptist church June
9-10. MIh Jewell .lohnuon vlutl. In
Tei.-ell last Week. Miss Bessie Wright
irnttiiteo m nuinuer or the younger
ocial se .. hnnovins. fc.fi'. kbHu eiriA
of llftllns. Misa V. J. Deckarri nf Tor- 1
roil is viKiung the Misa . ohnsons. The
picnic riven by the BaitLst membera
and frlenda was a financial succes.
Mr. ami Mrs. Willla Alfoi d have mov-
ed In there home. Mrs. V all-ice Hooks
und Miim Kffie Dunn of K(rt Worth
are visiting their mother Mrs. Chancy.
Mlnernl W -I'. Tl-ere were service
nil day Sii'.day at tha difference
churches. Kunday' schools were harire-
ly atteiideu ou Frl.lay nlvrht. Mr Wil-
:e run uri or lirov.nw.nii Tenea and
- 'hl'- Parks nf this city were
- ly married at ths some of the
.(Athena District hoi hi.
ii n r a !' the Steward UndoriHkintr fn . .. 1 Y' '.rr.. en at the achool by Prof.
- -- ".wilch the Colorerl ei "T r.""' I r Pa ." . th 23rd was enioved by all w
E-....I.U1 l I
Rv. W. T. Talley of ficlated.
Mm. Arlllar Johnson is visiting her
natives in cnitrinHn 1 mis wend air.
1. 1 cment boutiht a new automo
bllo. Mr. Jjement Is m resident of thla
city but at present la stationed in
:t'cclenrldKe- IJrof. I. A. Greer who
has been teaching school iri Jr.rvls
Inntltute In Hawkins Texas will open
a or I weeks' school here at first
liaptlat church. He will teach Kngltsh
Opening: June 1st. Prof. Ureer la a
graduate of TuskeKea and la well
qualified to teach each and every one
ho attends thla school. The play by
the choir of the C. M. E. church and
others entitled little Almond Eyes
was carried to Abilene Texas last
week and all reported a nice time
with a crowded house. Much credit la
duo Prof. O. W. Bate and W. A.
Craltc for the timely selections
of this act. Mrs. M. U McMillou has
returned from Houston where she at-
tended the funeral of her cousin who
died there last week while there alio
made a flying trip to Galveston and
reports a most aeiimurui time. xiev.
linhinson has returned from the exe-
cutive board at Pallas Texas re-
ports splendid session. Splendid aer-
vlcoa at llethel Sunday to accession
receipt of the duy $27.57. Master
Judson Robinson Is planning- to re.
turn u Prairie View to attend lum.
mer session. Pastor Robinson Is ex-
pecting to leave oon f r Nashville
Tenn. to attend Sunday chool Congrea.
Young men you should read more and
find out what la going on. Mr. P.
Jackson I remodeling his home on
.South 4th avenue. Hiram Smith' place
for cold drink and confection.
Naoadvrbea. Sunday waa a good
day for the churchen. Sunday School
and preaching services morning and
night. The city high achool com-
mencement exerclRea are being hed
at the Zlon Hill First Baptist church
continuing from Friday night up to
Wednesday night large audiences are
present each night to wltnes the
exercise. The commencement ser-
mon was preached by Rev Bolteni paa-
ti.r f zion Hill First Bautlst church
to the graduating class Sunday at 8:30
n ... anal. Illll 11(1 Ol'l II m W HM
oucked to It full capacity. Sta
room In the balcony waa at a pre-
mium. Prof. Campbell and hia effi-
cient corps of teachers men It high
praise for faithful service rendered to
the race in teaching the young idea
how to shoot. There will be grad-
uate for thl term. Rev. in. r. " "".
Johnson pastor St. Paul C. M. H. pleasing manner. The secretary then
church returned last week from C. M. made the report of proceeding i of
13. Gen. Conference held In St. Louis. the day and which allowed the banner
Mo. and reports a grand eslon and j to go to the girls a class. At morn-
mu.'h ImporUnt work accomplished ; Ing preaching service Rev Johnson
and that he Injoyed a pleasant trip Pator present and delivered an ex-
to and from the conference. Mr. and cellent wrraon. Rev Johnson again
Mrs. J. C. Clark and Mr. and Mra. Preached at thenlght service. Iat
Jessie Chandler motored down to ! Saturday Prof. H. K. Jonei l and hia
Lutkin and back Sunday evening. They echool pupils went to Wllla Point and
report a delightful time. The city of crossed bats with that achool; Mln-
: KT...nvf1Vttti onrl vli ! n i t ! Rrfl TTlftK -
1 f . .t .iuKrA thA iuth
of june on a grand acale with a big
tended at the A. M. E. church Sun.
orning. The mother club met
Sunday aftSrnoon at 4 o'clock. A
! Xii JL villi n
. u tta
I J ' J" lw
j I hT1i
itHi - nfls sunuay a
Important topio wa dicued.
snett ana ratnor oi ; largely atteuUed ana ..nigniy enjuyeu
e guest of her grand..... ... ..hit.irun. r'ulntivpa
Mattie Banotigh and
rt hiv ... i.ittin Mlaa
! "J1.- Phuifn. Hll
". .j: " " " '
school closing waa rendered at the
city hall which wa greatly enjoyed
by all. The high Brown entertainment
rendered by brother Fate Foster wa
a success. Mrs. Annie Spark left
Sunday for Dallas. Mra Earl Johnson
four course luncheon minday
ng at t. tn aeveral friends
Mra. Charlie Simmons mother has been
ill. Mis Lottie Bird I home and will
open her rest room. Mr. and Mr.
Michel Kucker and the proud recelp-
lout of a girl. Daughter of St. Fran-
cis held their decoration celebration
lout Thursday at 4 p. m. Mr. S. P.
. .... . . .....
"SSi.Srilay Rucker a."aa-
ltnnre wm. nrAi.n.Ait
sistance was presentea
distance was presented a beautiful
. banquet of capejasmine by Mra. Callie
Calvert-Mrs. Rosevelt Dabnev and
jMra. Sam Mini of Marlin spent a few
day in the city the gnuest of Mr
lA"''ia olk- M.rs- I W. Woodley gave
l 'VY ea. L "eT resiaence Thursday
night. All present expressed them-
selves aa having had an excellent
time. The hostess failed to notify
the reporter however. Mr. R. Scott
Is now selling the Express and he
Knows nobody. The District Confer
ence of the Bryan District wa held
iecently and reported a successful
meeting. There were many strong
minister in attendance. The citizens
near niacKDriage caught the body of
MJ- w'lllam Harris who waa drown-
r7in t m.Vii .7
" dKe Jn Marlin ur
""dley Undertaking Co. received the
composed however; Mr. S. Washington
i iv-. .no Mttti j nun tuiii liului uc
oi .uarun auccessiuuy einDalmed the
remiin and shiDDed the seme to Mar.
lin -or burial. The Woodley Undertak
ing m Duriea tne remain of Mr.
tii-eely Brown at Hearne recently. Mr.
H. J. Jord of Houston spent Sunday
In this city the guest of his uncle
Mr. A. H. Minis and other friend.
.Mr. Garden and daughter came In from
Marllr Sunday. They report a splen-
did vim. Deacon Frank Roberts of
tiarutt '.'ommunlty spent Saturday In
the city trading he I one of our
big l.v incrs. Mra. JoseDhine Carter of
Oak Grove Community apent Saturd-
n the city. She Is an admirer of
me c.iiicfla a ue committee oi cue
Juneteenth celebration is now busy
with their arrangement.
Hnllryville a Ml Jones Pralrlri Sun-
day School wa good and well at-
tendee'. Attendance ti'i. Supt. William
na oeen elected delegate to the Na-
tional Sunday School Congress which
will convene In the near furtue at
Nashville Tenn. Mins H. L. William
la at home to stay until next session
of school. Mra. O.loll Knlght8 1 much
Improved and is at home again to the
oelight of friends Khe underwent an
ol-fiiiion at Cameron Sanitarium. Rev.
K. L. Perry of Marlin cassed through
Sr.turday en ro.ue t- Movnlng Star
for .Sunday service tfe ihook hands
with many friend.
Bra vkvllle--Service were well n'.-
tundeu at Little Klver Baptist tt. uvh
Sunday. Itev. S. U Uatos wa at hts
post. Mr. Milton Tyson ipent Sunday
in Cameron with hi wifa. Mesar.
Johnnie Ma'tin and Whiteside were
the guest of the Thomas girls Sun-
day. Hon. G. W. Sledge of Cameron
naese" throuirh Branchville. rrlday.
lt v. H limber and family were here
this week. Mis Lvcile Renfro and
Mra. K'Jwarda Hall left for Giddlngs
after being marrieii. Mr. '.uash Bovln
sncnt Sunday with relctlvk at frank
lin. . All the high achool girl have
returned from Calvert ana Cameron.
Tim h 1. S.. will have their annual
Thanksgiving service on the Srd Sun
day in June at L.it.ie mver cnurcn.
Mm. Ida Mack made a fiyng trip to
Alarlln and returned Sunday bringing
h..r littla Brand m ther with her. The
agent mistake ciused the Branchville
news to appear witn caiveri last weun.
! Card of Thalka.
Ve take this method of thinking
the good peop'e of Branchville for
their kindness shown during tbe HI.
ntis and death of our mother who de.
parte ' 'hia Hie May 6
Mr. Bettle "
Mr raunie Mason Dtra.
Rev. Steve Sampson
Mr. Neal Sampson Sons.
Mi rlln. Rev. Wm. JoTHison of Pitts-
burgh. Pa. preached and lectured at
Kirat Baptist church last Sunday; and
hia sound paycology of reasoning fcnd
inastcrrul oratory held hl audience
npell bound. The St M. T. Daughters
held their annua) Thankdglving ser-
mon at the M. H. church. Prof. J.
Washington pref.ctied tor them. The
i v rm .rriui u. ai I iubh i. ci r nci o .
THE DAJU AS EXPRESS DALLAS
I District Board of the Missionary de -
j pai truent of tiu Good Hop Aasocla
lion held tt quarterly meeting at
Provldne Rapttst church last week.
Quite an interesting meeting- wu had.
Rav. Kelley and others were down
from Waco. Mr. Herd died last Sat-
urday and waa buried Monday by
local undertakers. All of the Martin
students have abount come in rrom
the various achoola attendance thl
session except Hamuel Huston and
they are expected thla week. The fol-
lowing are the College students: P.
V. S. N. Rooevelt Watklns and Teddy
UeraMs: 8muel Huston: Dowel Smith
and Williams: Tillotson: Mlssea Alene
Washington and Theresee Ford and
Mesxrs. Campbell WashlnKtn. Eethel;
Tuskeiree: Misuse Geralds and Measra.
Campbell Washington. Ethel; Tuake-
;ee: Misses Creralds end Messrs. John-
son Knirlixh and Maxwell. Rev. Moses
binitn or Mariln lost his son who sue
combed to en operation performed In
Battle Creek Mich. Remains will be
shipped here for burial. The Mlue
Geralds graduate from Tuskegee In-
stitute this sesaion. Mr. and Mrs.
Spencer 110 Lincoln street Sherman
Texas are In the city visiting her
sister Mr. L. 1j. La r mar. Groham 8t
Mr. Lamar will leave soon to spend
the summer with hr brother at Pecoa
Texas. At the residence of Mra. Bes-
sie Giddlngs of Quaid street a lawn
party was given from 4 to t p. m.
The home was enhanced by basket of
Spring flower attractively placed.
Corks petunias In pasted shade rev-
erbena and aclanbula being used.
Punch und Sandwiches were aerved.
An Informal program was rendered
appearing on which were Tyler Brown
and Ellis In a group of reading. Mra.
Tom Ellla honored two visitor In
person of Mlsse Humphrey of Sandy
when aha entertained the Succes club.
Kasturltlum were the decoration. A
dainty salad courae waa served from
bamboo tray aa a center. The bridge
favors were novelties. Guests were:
Mtsatres Edward Menter Jamerson
Baldwin Zephyr Wilson. Townsel
Holly. Giddina Jordan Washington
Mlnee-la. ;h.urclt service were ex
cellent In Mineola Sunday. Supt. Wal
ton opened hi school at the usual
hour and the lesson waa well taught.
After Sunday school Supt. Walton
asked Rev. T. B. Johnson to address
eola won the game.
feener. -Sunday School was well at
(iUnurr The closeing exercises of
ine Dixon urpaa noii.e iu
?""-' " . "T. " M
came w. witueaa mo uivnu..u. ...
credit Is due the 'faculty and students
for the excellent programs each night
and for the beautiful Domestic Art
and Science work exhibited. Quite a
number came up from Big Sandy
to the annual Thanksgiving sermon
of the U. B. F. and S. M. T. Rev. S.
H. Howard officiated. Gilgal Bap-
tist church celebrated her 49th Anni-
versary last Sunday. Rev: A. M. Moore
Missionary of Texas-and Louisana
Association pleached a" powerful ser-
mon and nave iut'h:'iivformation on
the history and worti of the chu : ch
since its organization- collection 4.05.
Much credit is due Mrs. D. H. Watson
and Miss Myrtle for the beautiful
cantata. "The Crowning of Love"
presented by the Y. W. C. A. at Gil-
gal Saturday night. M'ss Deressie
Montgomery was crowned queen of
May. Mr. W illiam Hart and Mrs. Alta
Owens were quietly married at the
bride's home a few" nights ago. Deco-
mtlon. dav was observed by a
but much neebeb work was done. Mr.
Davis Derrick was buried in Neil
Cemetary on that day. Mrs. Lula
Loving; is re-buildlng her home on
the Jel'ferson Highway. Mt. Pleasant
came over and defeated C-ilmer in a
match game Sunday evening. Many
voted their disapproval of base ball
games on the Sabbath.
. Okinuljfwv The Dunbar Hi School
commencement exercises will be the
center of attraction here this week
begining Sunday evening at 3:45 with
the Baccalaureate sermon delivered
by Dr. J. E. Toombs of Oklahoma
City. Quite a representative audience
as well as the graduating class di
gested and - assiminulatcd the rich
food for the mind as the speaker
presented it. The spacious auditorium
of Shoster Chapel A. M. E. church
refused to accomodate all who
clamored for admission. Dr. Toombs
chose for a text : "Blessed are the
pure in Heart" ; Sub. "Character.
In a straight foward logical per-
satitive manner the speaker drove
home the principals so essential to
a successful life'3 accomplishments.
Prof. Margues3 President of Lang-
ston University will deliver the ad-
dress to the graduating class-Thurs
day evening. Prof. P. W. Wartman
having closed school at. Slick has re-
turrned to his home. Hon J. B. Key
lawyer D. J. Wallace Lawyer McBeth
Mwk Brown Frank Haygood C. A.
Iiiooks. Dr. 0. A. Williams and as
many others from veriotis sect-ions
of Oklahoma are prospecting In the
republic of Mexia. The report from
this delegation is anxiously awaited.
Hundreds of people were here Mon-
day to see and hear the ranch talked
of Marcus Garvey who ftti'ed to put
in his appearance. why the failure
no one seems to knoiv. Lawyer vv. H
Twine of Muskogee was here on bus
iness Satl'ilay Mrs. Carrie Kenedy
and Mr. Edward Roberts were quietly
married Thursday. May 17 1922 at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. H
N'jnce. Only a few Ijtemate friends
were present. The revival well under
way at East Side Baptist church is
attracting city wide aitention.Rev.
Perkins of Muskojree is conductor.
Mrs. Walton waa severely stabbed by
her husband Saturday night ."Ko' ar-
rest bus been riW.de. Rev. H. C. ousins
of Lima Missiour.ry of v the F resby-
torian church U. S. A. "delivered an
able sermon at Mt. Olive Presbyterian
cuui'.'h Sunday morning. Miss JUzslc
Mli s- Lizzie Bratton returned liist
week from Tuscon Arizona having
spent 8 months In quest of health.
Rov. J. Baston Prince of Chicago de-
livered an eloquent sermon at the 1st
B.ptlst church Sunday. The Dallas
Express on sale each veek at Wilsons
News stand 511 E. 5th St. dellvn -d
to all parts of the city.
Wohlta Falls-The season of out
door festivities was opened up by the
i American Woodmea with a two days
picnic o.t Walnut Park. There was
quite u !aro cr wL tnjoyed the out-
TEXAS. SATURDAY JUNK 8 1022.
'ing. In spite of the very hot weather.
Booker Washington High school boys
crossed baU w ith the "City RaU'' and
took Uie gam each day. Mrs. Kula
(Thornton) Mayzone left Sunday after
noon for Tulsa Oklahoma where she
will spend two weeks with her hus-
band who has been employed there
for a few months. Mrs Mayzone win
then go to Los Angles California and
take up some special school work.
Mrs. Mayzone is quite an enthusiastic
teacher and takes great pride in ren-
dering efficient service. The home of
Dr. and Mrs. D. W. King of J08 Hum-
pbries St. was visited by the stork
May 25th bringing with him another
fine boy. Baby and mother are doing
fine. The good Doctor is all smiles.
Miss Lucile O'halr has been employed
in the Excelsior Confectionary and
Shining Parlor 200 Park Street to
the special delight of all the ladles aB
they desire a nice pi nee like this to
get their shoes shines as well as the
delicious sweets. Rev. A. L. Wright
Moderator of West Texas B. M. Socie-
ty and paiitor of St. John Baptist
church attended tbe Foreign Mission-
ary Convention at Bryant Texas last
week. If your teeth are giving you
trouble see the Master of Dentistry
in the person of Dr. H. II. Means
104 1-2 Lake Street and change your
frown to a perfect smile. Mrs. Frankle
Floyd 'Is quite ill as we go to press.
The Missionary Society of the A. M.
E. church served cake and cream to a
nice crowd of sisters Monday evening
after holding an interesting. and spirit-
Texarkanar Mrs. T. A. Brackeen
of Port Arthur Texas was the guest
of Mrs. S. H. Harrison while in the
city. She left Friday for Lexington
Mo. Mr. B. P. Peyton Supreme Grand
Master of the International Order of
Daniel was in the city last week on
business. Mr. Claude R. Piatt mall
clerk has transfered from the Tex-
arkana Terminal R. P. 0. to the Ft.
Worth Terminal R. P. O. Before leav
ing tbe mail clerks gave him a
smoker Saturday evening at the beau-
tiful homo of Mr. and Mrs. Esco Will-
iams which was inbeed. a pleasant
affair The Texas side school closed
here last week with appropiata exer-
cises. It has been said by those who
are In position to know that this years
is far better In every particular than
any previous; year which is quite a
compliment to the faculty. Bishop J.
C. Martin of Jackson Tenn. and Rev.
H. P. Porter general book agent of
C. M. E. church were special visitors
to our city last week the. latter
preached at Hopewell church Thurs-
day night. Quite a number of teach-
ers are in the city attending the Sum-
mer Normal which is In session at
The Arkansas High School. Miss
Hackley of DeKalb Texas Is visiting
ber sister Mrs. Swink this week.
GaiiNtv Sunday school at Zlon Hill
Baptist church was good Sunday.
Mrs. Laura SighAyke of Houston is
visiting her brother Mr. R. D. Warren.
Services at Mt. Tabor were lsspiring.
Sunday Rev. Evans of Hearne filled
Rev. Statens pulpit and preached two
inspiring sermons. Mr. Fado Clay and
Miss Lula Ghant were united in Wed-
lock Sunday evening at Mt. Tabor
church. Wo wish for them a happy
and prosperous life together. Mrs.
John Cooksy of Royse City is visiting
Prof and Mrs. W. H. Smilte. Mrs.
Lucy Bass is on the sick list. Crops
are begining to look fine. -
MarshulLThe District court is in
session Criminal docket taken up. The
following cases disposed of: Adolphus
Sawyer Transporting liquor (white).
John Draper 2 years for burglary C
Durdtn assault to murder 2 years;
Alex lloseborough selling Intoxicating
liquors; Markum Draden 3 years for-
gery; suspended sentence S. Johnson
having in posesion Intoxicating llqtii-
ors one year. The U. B. F. and S. M.
T-'s held their annual Thanksgiving
dnnMA. . j LlhnnATA. XT 1. lill(.sll
111 I ivro III uuv ill...... ... . i-J.
The services were excellent and had
a nice spicy program.
Mr. W. H. Jackson P. F. Dennie and
Dr. O. L. Bledsoe of Marshall Rev.
Brown pastor preached a very able ser
mon to the delight of all present. Mrs.
Lula Gilmore Miss Grace D. Gilmore
Mr. C. W. Chew and others made a
flying trip to Jefferson to spend the
day. In an accident to an automobile
driven by Mrs. Clara Horton; Mrs.
Leona Griffin was very badly hurt
It was thought her back was broken
there was no chance of life. She la
very bad toff yet not out of danger.
Leo Richardson Eunice Alexander
Lenard Breakfield Luster Neal and
Mrs. Clara Horton all received bruises
which are very painful but not
serious. A large crowd went to New
Eoggy Buvo church to attend the
funeral of Prof. M. W. Wells burled
with honors of the Mosiac Templars
of America. Grand Master A. Weather-
fo-d presiding. Rev. P. W. Westley
preached the funeral. Mrs Rosa
Stephens made a flying trip to Shreve-
port on business. Mrs. Adalide John-
son is some better. Mrs. Katie Jones
is able to be up. The grave yard
cleaning still goes onevery Friday
and will continue until it Is entirely
cleaned. Let everybond turn out and
help in the cause.
CJkco Sunday school at all churches
and services all day at C. M. E.
chin c . Rev. Bryant pastor. Public
School rendered an excellent program
Monday night. Mis Lottie Byrd
teacher. Mis. Byrd lett for Weather-
ford Tuesdity night. Rev. C'ark of
Ranker Tevus is in Cisco it is said
to try to raise money for Ranger
church. Hh. plan being a cantata
which which several Cisco people are
taking a l at Rev. Mrs. L. E. Smith
of Wuco passed through Saturday en-
route home. Mrs. Addle Jackson is
K. of P. Lodge gave a series of enter- i
in Cisco from Eastland. Entertain-
in en t s given oy urcsr or i&iantna
Saturday night was a suce3. The
tainments and a big ball game Friduy
K. of P.'s vs Eastland Eastland
victorious. Cisco won laurels over
Eastland Sunday at Eastland Texas
In a base ball game. Rev. Cornellua
is In the city. Miss Jewell Black is
Contestant for Queen of the 19th of
June celebration at Eastland. Ranger
Breckenridge and p.Ibo Eastland have
contestants. Cisco get loyal and lets
see that our girl win the greatest
number of votes.
Wolfe City. Mrs. Mattie Handcox
pot Dallas was the guest of her sister
Mra. Pauline Wilson uliss Myitle
King of T-adonia 's in the c"y. Little
Hubert King of Muskogee passed
through enroute to Ladonia. Rev. J.
I. Gilmore wag at his post Sunday
and delivered a spiritual sermon
morning and night. Mrs. Ethel Pol-
lard of Ladonia was in town shopping
Mrs. Alsbrook Is the guest of Mrs. M.
M. Foreman. Mrs. O. W. McPetors and
children of Honey Grove are visiting
Mrs. M. M. Foreman. Mrs. Birdie of
WELL EQUIPPED TUBERCULAR WARD
FOR NEGROES IS OPENED AT WOOD-
The Negro tubercular of Dallas and charge. Mrs. A. R. Mung-er mduate
vicinity have at la.t had provision nure were carried through the build-
made for them. Very recently the
Woodlawn Tubercular Camp ha had
a well equipped modernly con.tructed
unit for Negroes added to It and pa.
u..i. . i.in admitted and cared
f0All'wh?trwit"h"well screened ve-
... j i$ a s : v j i $
f!;l1Jj .-..-! i
Exterior View Tubercular Hospital.
randa and comfortable beds baths for the better which they had already
reading and dinning rooms for men noted in their condition as a result of
and women. This building new from the rest fresh air and well regulated
start to finish Is situated Just back diet .
of the main buildings facing the The above photographs taken at the
road of exist from the grounds . time of the visit shows the house In-
It contains five large airy rooms side and out the nurse and patients
The living rooms are situated et the and members of the party among
east and west ends of the building whom are Prof. J. P. Stark Chas. T.
1 X::-.V.: '
: f-r 1
- 4 '
Interior of One of the Wards
the east room containing at present Bracklns. Wm. Moore Dra R. T. Ham.
8 bed. for men withroom for six JJB?Bt H-ll.S &
others If needed and tha west room n Henderson.
fitted with six b?d for women with The opening of this unit for Negroes
space for a many more. Individual Is tha result of years of work to that
lockers for the clothing of the patients end begun by the first Negro Wei-
are situated In each of tbe room. fare Board and urged on from year to
Food for the patient is prepared year by the local medical association
in the main kitchen but is- served and the Negro press. Many promises
1 : iTr.n !
I sf ' -i
r ... !
! . : 1 i
. . J . I
' DINlNO ROOM
to the Negro patients in their dining
room which are clean airy and al-
Member of tha Negro Welfare
Board together with members of the
Lone Star Medical Association re-
cently made a visit of inspection of
the new unit
They arrived late In the afternoon
and after having met the nutse tn
Commerce la visiting Mr. McKlnney.
Rev. H. L. Henderson has excepted
the pastorship at Mt. Vernon. Mrs.
Lizzie Ri ndles and children of Denl-
son are visiting their father Mr. Char-
ley Lindley. The undergraduates exer-
cises of Bianton Public school was
quite swell affair. Mrs. Pattie Bell
Nlckson is home after spending
several weeks with her mother. Mr.
Jf.die Jones of Oklahoma is visiting
his brother Mr. B. Jone.i. As the
North bound Sunta Fe was pulling
out Coiiduct'ir A. B. Simpson (white)
fainter! and fell to the ground his arm
going under the train; his hard was
so badly mangled that amn itatlnn
at the middle of the haLd was
Hock tin lev The District Conference
of the Cameron District Convened
hsre on the 11th Inst with the Allen
Chapel A. M.E. church. Owing to the
recent heavy rains and flund the
delegation was not as large us ex-
pected Yet everybody came In Ugh
spirits to do the work of the District
The Conference was duly opened as
was programed with the P. E. J.
AV. Warren presiding. This District.
though small. Is doing its bit toward
the uplifting of P. I. College. All
points made favorable reports con-
sidering the nmny hfnderances. Rock-!
itnta In H 1 . r..n- 1
ent. Arnital Bcrmon was delivered by
r---- .. ni - i"..-
Key. Telford. Educational by Rev.
Green. Many able subjects were dis-
cussed by the ministers and members
of the District. Those clu'mlng the best
Intercut was: tlie Spiritual condition
of 01. r people. After lenghtly discuss
ions it waa agretd that the condition
was poor due to the cause Ourpeonle
had left the olri land-mark. The
remedy; To return to the God of our
ing oy ner. .
At the time . or m air lnM wl
on y tw ln.nat"' X". Georgia
Hill and a"a.n' . T
Jone who expreed their dellgnt at
the comfort and convenience oi moi
.Ending. "and spoke of the change
-. j i: t
of Its erection have been made but
nne have borne fruit until the begin-
iiii wi -i. iiiciu Kuiuiiiiairiion.
Heretofore no nrovlalnn haa h..n had
for Negro tubercular subject In Dal.
la. They have been allowed to roam
f'JL'1!1' 'i8 menaca to
the Publl health.
The unit la maintained by the city
and It facilities are at the disposal
of the publto free of charge.
Salvation. Tlie second subject that
caused so many disscussion was the
Condition of our Public school. This
sutJect caused many grey-haired
mothers to speak and the conclusion
was the lack of better fathers and
mothers. The District Conference un-
der the direction of Ml3s 8. B. Cook
of Rockdale. It wag unamlously ar-
gued that this District Concert sur-
passed all previous ones. This marks
the second mile stone of the 2nd Dis-
trict. Conforenca of the Cameron Dist-
rict A. M. E. church.
D?!1...WD D"B AND nLINn IN-
STITUTE. Austin. Texas June 1 laa
Examination closed Friday. 1
'r..nea" nd a few sad ..'.
rugs Taat "iu"fc'?"
A I .
igs last week. They are
are useful as
l' boy are to
well a. pretty. The deaf boyi
make mo-. .- ....... . uo'
vty. ine dc
busv mwIb" k. """" r
the var oua .0..""' " orK'n
the various shon. ""rK'n
jowbeg put & orde; fiJJSVfiS
lon-tttirMn'da'y1 was cu-
rled out in high order. Sunday .chool
at the usual hour. The senior class
w" tailBht by MlM Gracl Randon
of Brasorio. Rev. d. P. Williams of
Burr filled the fihlinh ii T'"
Rev. B. M. Random the pagtor being
5wayattendlnthe Sunday school
s'a'e Congress. F. m? b. being held
at Refugio Texas. Little Mlaa ill...
ifumi ui nine miss j.ucue Foster. Mr.
Lucy Clemon was shopping In Whar-
von naturaay. Airs. Lu u. Jones re-
turned Monday from the State Sun-
day school and B. T. P. U. Congress
that wa. held at Refugio Texan la.t
week. Mr Mandy Austin of Hous-
ton I visiting relatives and friends
here this week. Mr. B J. Munger
had. a her guests Sunday th Misses
Oracle London and Lylia B. Rober-
son. teachers of tha Magnolia school
of Braiorla county. Mrs. Lula Powell
of Densmore attended church herd
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