The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 35, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 17, 1922 Page: 6 of 8
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THE DALLAS EXPRESS. PAULAS. -.irKXAS. BAn"Y' JPWK 1T' 1922'
f! .ii ..h.iil. C'ord'.'-PiM'i i A wcd-
dmn e eon.sideruido interest to a
live!;! of (nenia hi Texas and
iiiii.;Ki'i was solciiKi'lv.cd 3l the M;uce-
floni.i H ptifit (liorcli Juffernon Tex.
June the 4 tli wiicn Mica .Mary Julia
il-!'(I the attractive and neeoinplltili-
cl daughter of Dr. T. E. Speed a
toted idiysiclan null nwxeon of Jef-
ferson. Texan wan married to Mr.
( ti;i:LuiuM- M. Corde of New Orleans.
Viio church was bountifully doeor-
pt. l in a diversified floral urruy and
the nrrivAl of the bridal
puly llio i;ih( !ouh Auditorium was
filled iiy ft expectant happy throng
ttiuny oT whom are prominent ia the
bini".Cos iind social lite of Texas and
liiiivieiidi.itely preceetiins the en -
trance of the wedding party Mrs.
Naldo M-irris of Marshall. 'lexas.jnns
iMOst affectively "O 1'rouiine Mo' -To
the :;iiaiii of the wedding march
from Mt-ndolHHDlm the bride a vltdon
Of loveliness entered leaning on the
arm of her falhor. Dr. T. K. Speed
by whom alio wan Riven in marriage
The brido was :'.trikinly beautiful
in her veddiiii; t;on of white geors-
elie. f".il!hed ill gold thread a wreath
or fl:wers formiiiR the belt- with
blosnofjl and carried a beautiful bou-
quet or white iTavdlDias and ferns
tied v. ilh tulle. The bride wan met at
the altar by the bridegroom and as
they stood beneath-a beautifully con-
structed arch the. i.iarrijga ceremony
was read by I)'r. ('. K. Brown pastor
of IiUneer Methodist Episcopal
Chinch Marshall Texas assisted by
lr. M. V.'. JUosun I'rew'dcnt of Wiley
Duiveisity. The beautiful and impress-
ive ring sen leo wns used. While the
ceremony was being performed Mr.
and Mrs. It. V. Clark of Marshall
played softly and affectively. "1 Love
Mr. ordec is a yoiim.nia of except-
or Wdey University and is a young
womun of i are personal charm. She
ia ft teacher in the Cestral High
school of Marshall
Mr. Cordo is a - man of excep-
tional worth He comes from a prom
inont Louisiana family and Is a highly
efficient Railway Mail Clerk on the
Texas autf Pacific Kallroat1 between
Ilarshall and Alehnndria. 19.
Attesting the popularity of the
yuune couple is the larg" number of
handsome and valuable wedding pres-
ents received by them. The popular
youiif? co-.iide are followed en their
tioueymo'in by the cm dial Kt.od !:;hes
of many friends.
iVomi'neiit anions the out-of-town
(n.ests v.vere Mrs. A. G. Davis of
how OilttiuiH Bister of the Kioom.
Mrs. ttf. V. Dogan and daughters oi
Marshall Mrs. C. K. Drown Martha
Jones H. Kendall Dr. and Mis. T. L.
Hunter Mrs. Naldo Morris. Mr. and
f irs. 11. C. Clark Miss Agusta Porter.
Miss Roseila Jones Dr. and Mrs. F.
JI. Williams C. K. Brown. Jr. Dr.
Raoi.evelt Haynes Mis. Hallie Pro-
fit row and daughter Miss Maftda'ena
White. Miss Helen Hawkins. Prof and
Mrs. W. J. White Mr. P. Heard Ruth
McIiore all of Mai shall.
Barn to Mr. and Mrs. .J. I. Kdward
a HoH."iy ftounds. "Mrs.T. P. &imon
and Viola HohJVar are the fruests of
Mrs. Ida Johnson. There will be a
picnic at Mrs. K A. Clark's school
((led Oak) on June l!th-l!.C2. Mr.
Martin had a sad misfortune ho Rot
bm hand cut off at the Darco Plant.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. fiauford left for Ore
City to conduct a Normal. Mrs. J. ().
Willkims attended the Crand Courts
of Cul.u.the of tho K. of P. at San
Aiitoni'i Texas she reports a most
excellent aossiou. Mis Nellio White
i aickKsted. Mr. J no. Matin had i
litf.la lack set not doin so well. Mrs.
Jei.nlo V. Stewart was operated upon
lit Sh.-i.he.'.d Hospital she is dolii-
??y nicely able to be carried home.
Mr. Chat. Mitcbel is re-modlins his
Kvwtiftil home. Horn to Mr. and Mrs.
1'iejeiie Hiiiiiond a sen.
Temple The Furmer's party Thurs
6-y tiijiht at the Kink theatre was
Ohiito a mtccoss. The guests wtie all
dressed in over-alls and sun-down
fcl raw hats while the women and
g:: lf wore fei-vrl utn dresses and bon-
nets. The house was decorated to
t ike on the n.ppearonce of real farm
life and the hicks enjoyed a very
j.'e.-iNunt evening. Mr. Tom Ciimnii"Ks
of So. 1UU Street Is having errcaod
'i Aeroplane JSuncalow at an esti-l!i;-.teil
.i.cost of 3rOl).0O. .'.ir. C. It.
Drewer has been awarded tho con-
tract and work has begun. Miss E.
Jt lay loft last Monday. June 12th
for her home in Houston o visit her
mother and other relatives after
which she lavpea to sjiend the Sum-
mer in Chlcs'go attending the Uni-
veisity. Mr. U. 1 C. Diar.ford spent
the past week in Ft. Worth in at-
tendance of the Slate Kmbalmers
A.isoeialiou. Mrs. tl. U Brewer who
fcv- beer spending t few dayB with
her husbano left last Monday June
12th over tho Santa Fe for h' home
In l!o. ten Mass. to visit tin home
fc'ks; leaving and g'Wng by way of
Kiara Falln and through Canada.
l"r.t. P ' On rut hers spent the past
v. olc j San Antonio and reported a
j.i is.mt trip. Mr. Lutlmr Hood of
lit ait spent evenins; last Sunday
w'a ti'-t. and Mrs. H. M. Romelle. Rev.
T. !'.. Vleotge returned home last Fri-
ll ly at'er ipreaehing ten U..u at
Itrownood for Rev. AV. M. D. Oarrlng
ton. and reported a very eueetsaful
rieet'iitr Workers in the WVruan
ii ipel A. If. K. elumU rcpoued J215.
J .st Sunday ni(t;ht. as a result of their
eiTort.. The M-i Zion Daptiat chu-eh
cloned a v.'ry succcssfpl Carnival
lent S-iturday uii-lt. The Bn7..vr ft
ii !;t James A. M. U chureh during
the past -ek was ouito n succeHS.
r'ornejv-Snnday R lioel was weli
lte jtf-d at a'l chtirelies. Pe.-. P. M
Mi If bid ;i oi bis pet of duty with
t rio (pe-eite f.f t.ftiio Kioclt : lie (ietiver-
ed two a!.:e f.ermotis dui'Pia; the day.
Th i !.:ii V i-tuH of Anii-rh a'.! An-t-'i.il
tu.'U oel. wis marked wiih puc-
'';:;! v is'. M. 1 en ; M. C ;
(e a'.. . i'- 'H.tcI an i.We rd.'rc!B in
t . i of (bo 1 ovnl Fi lends.
t" '. en was deliverc.--. by rtev. t
' !. V -v. 'lib Kol.i'ii'.'m ..".lie the
V. ;- ' 1 !"!'.i" fill t'.e Dal't Ol' 1 Mile
y '...!' h.
v. Shi 1 iv school war j Sunday with Good results. Some new
; J. i;-v. W. T. Te.iley Jlmiid-:n(i am going up on Baptist
do members or Ihe Jit .Hill. Mr. A. lio' erts conhnetor. Bofr
biiil.Unir a four 'to Mr. a ad Mm. W. A. Wilbor a fine
v .M-.i 3. Keyfe.ldsnndljtlrt. CnihiiiKi-' daughter of Mr. and
l'.iH'i are her
: '-cr. Mr.'i. Til'ie 'oin h.
-ii G'.i'id'. 1 ;v. niiu a
it v ii:iee 1'ieol w lie't.
f r.i.iner. Mr M.
. V K'
i - - 'ill J I'iv'h ll'IS
r. ! s: to ihe lid
r v 'no lei.o.l'.'d
What This Buffalo Physician !
lias Done For Humanity
I flie picture vuieli npoeiirs l.ero rt
j Jr-pirot! f Buflnlo K. V. w;;s t .'umi
i . i mho. Aa 8 voniic man D.-. I'ieive
neuic.nc lis 1 t'.lr.?:van:..
and vas Luov.n far wide ter hia
preat success i.l nilevi;u.i.ijj di-'eare.
He curly moved Ui ht:!jio aiiJ put up
in rcn'iy-tii -nJ2 e-iet Ira Golden
Medical l'icovp;y tiie wall - knr.wn
fouic for fie bloiM'. rie.J ir-fti;f li-
builder is mrdt Ine; a f.iriiie.l.i wl.irh
Dr. Piarce ion m a.i-t tffeclivo i:i
dise"escf the bi-i.. It contains no
ale hoi r.n:i U an e:.trajt of native
rooi.; with (lie ingredients plainly
stated on the wrapper. Good red
bli rni vim; vigor and vitality arc sure
to follow if you take this Alterative
Kxtraet Vr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery clears awny pimples and
annoying eruptions and tends to keep
the complexion iresli and c!"ir. This
I)ii:o.Try corrects the fiircriuc-il c n-
ditioiui in r. fiek i!iiiu!!: aid diee-
tion ni ao a tonic ard ; - .it .- tiie
blrtod. -Vritfr lo-. Fierce'; jivuiids
Hotel in llufalo N. V . ruui receive
confidential medic. il uJvice without
ciiari;e. All drnngi.-ts sell Discovery
tablets or liquid bend 10c for trial pke.
McKlnncj. Thursday after noon
Miss Gladys A Howell had a suprlse
gift party. Mlsg Howell who is alwayi
full of erilles met her guests at the
door. Little Georgia. Gray who Btood
near the door (also) relieved them
of their hats and packages. The even
ing was spent with much laughter.
At the appointed hour Miss Howell
called her guests in the house after
which she disappeared. The guests
were called to find her on entering
the dining room which was beauti-
fully decorated in purple and white
crepe paper and ferns. In the center
of the table was a large wedding
cake with the bride and groom in
center. On the table a strip of pap:r
marked ach place with a card bear-
ing news for each. Near the cake was
a card bearing an announcement:
Christine Stewart to Allen U Thomas.
The guests were called into the front
where each enjoyed ice cream and
cake after which Mlsg Howell led
the way up stairs to a room; the bed
was laden with all kinds of beautiful
gifts. We were again called to the
dining room where the wedding cake
wag cut; Miss Greta Priestley was
lucky In receiving thte dime; Miss
Alberta Morgan he thimble; Mrs.
C. L. Bunks the wish bone; Miss
Gladys Howell the ring. Miss Howell
then entertained her guests with
piano music. Misses Howell Nina
and Christine Stewart rendered two
ir.leclons: "My Isle of Golden Dreams
and "Peggy O' Neal."- The guests de-
parted expressing themselves having
spent a pleasant' afternoon. Mr. and
Mrs. Kirk Washington entertained
informally on Tuesday June 6th. in
their beautiful home. The occalsion
was most informal and a most enjoy-
able afternoon of social chat and
conversation. Was pouplar: Miss G. A.
Howell daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Washington showed her usual ability
by rendering piano selections. It
seemed that the Instrument almost
talked and her rhythm tcchinque
and masterly seemed wonderful to
the hearers her wonderful skill
almoct marvelled the guests. The
occasion was a treat and the en-
thusiastic guests were reluctant to
extend "Good Dyes" for the afternoon.
Those present were: Rev. J. D.
Gentry Rev. Provo the great evange-
list of Oklahoma City Rev. C. G.
Smith Rev. Rucker. Mr. 'i. J. Gamble
of Dallas was the guest efMiss Nina
R. Stew.it Thursday 'June Its. Mr.
Scott Thomas of Melissa is report '
gotting along B. :ly. His many frlenc
are hoping for Urn a speedy recover.
Miss Christine S'ewart attended the
graduation exercises of !)th ward
school Dallas Teas her sister Miss
Maudle M. Stewart being one of the
graduates in shorthand. Miss Stewart
was then accompanied home by he"
sister Miss M. M. Stewart also Mr.
Djtv-ld Drigham. They were the guests
ol Ir. Gleu Thomas at Melissa. A
lovely afternoon was spent in Kodak-
ing those present were: Mlsg M. M.
Stewart Mr. rvid Brlgham Miss
Christine Stewa." t Mr. Allen Thomas
Miss Greta Prlesily Mr. Jessie Thorn
ton. Miss Nina U. Sttwirt and Miss
Gladyn . Howell. A few hours were
spent "and till boarded the car for
McKinney. Miss Christine : tcert
then irved the party to Carmel cake
and s raw berries all left and nr.ide
their way to Mias Howell'j mother
Mrs. Washington. Music was furnish-
ed "jy Mi s Howell all left reported
ha!ng had a pleaant time. Mr. Brlg-
ham Miss Stewart and Mr. Thornton
returned to Dallas Sunday nlgit. Mrs
A. E. Lindsay and Mrs. P. A. Shelby
have returned from Ft. Worth where
attended the B. Y. P. U.. Boad meet-
ing. Miss Mary Barnett and Mrs. I.
Darsham of Dallas is In th) city viM
ting their Grar.dmothcr ulrs
HIU who Is ill at her home in So.
McKinney Mrs. Mle.nie Kraff of
WitcUita Falls also.
fiiimer. Chlldrens day wa- obser-
ved by Gilgal Ba.p;-8t Sunday school
".jnduy aiornlng bj" rendering . an
excellent program. Enrollment 54;
Collection $10.00. Miss Alee Mara It
teacher of female card clarg won the
banner by raising the hiuliest amount
$3.C8. Pester S. H. How- d preached
a fitting sermr.n for the otcasion on
the subject: "Is the youim Man Safe"'
Collection M5.00. j;ev. L W. Whit-
moro P. B. of Ittalu.rg District held
bis Quarterly Conference in Moses
Chapel P. M E. church Saturday an.
-s. .Void Jack. Was buried Sunday
evjnini. Uev. He ward offklutod. Miss
f.. V. Wbileluuvit ho has tcn tearb-
' In Toxas (.entivi! ollcgo Vco
ihe past icrm has returned ind vill
1'cnd the Sumner in. the city. She
bus been a Teacher in our county for
10 ei.r uno we weienu( i;er tMt
iMr. Paul Dav-'.to.. rwidoor. Sk't' l i- e Todd and Mr.
from :ie Deal w.-.
Attain returned Ij
Saturiay. Big Pi.ri1
for uinniT on the l!.
I r b Asylum '
luisk. Sunday school woil attended
at all churches. Rev. Ragdale was at
his post Sunday. Sunday night anoth
er soul stirring sermon was delivered
by Rev. Sweet. of th First Baptist
Church. He and his congregs.t' in was
with Rev. Ragdale Sunday night.
IUv. Hancock and a put or ais con--iM'ition
was also with Re. Ragdale
Sunday night. We also ht.d a number
of friends from Delmer. Sunday was
a grand day at Mt Ollie. being chll-'
drens day. Rev. Sweet preached n
noble sermon to thj children. No
preaching at West Union church Sun- ;
day the pastor betas out of town.
Mrs. Pearl W dilngton of Dallas and
Mrs. Beatrice Davis of Jacksonville
were the guests of the Ijatlimoro fam-
ily Saturday. W'edncaduy June 12th
'Mrs - Elvira Foreman passed away
after a short Illness. Sh was a mem-l-cr
of tan Bates church; leaves a
husband and seven children and a-
host of friends to mourn her loss.
Laid fo root in Cedar Hiil Cemeterr.
Rev. G. T. Brown conducted the
funeral. ' Mrs. A. F. Lattlmore has
rctnrnod from school work (n Beau-
mont. Mrs. Marv Campbell of Nacog
doches was the guest of her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Isrel Kennedy Wednes-
day. Mrs. N. K Weem8 was called to
Pallas to the bed side of her son Mr.
Cerse' Weems. Misa I. . M. Lattinmr
has returned from Houston; on a
weeks vacation; reports a pleasant
slay. Married: Mr. Turner Roberson
ar.d Miss Mahell Miller Mr. A Bolden
stid Miss AHha Overstreet. Both
ninnies joined together bv.ev. J. G.
Smith. The Tea party at Sister Sarah
Hendersons Tlnirsdiiv nlht was r
success. The S. ti. M. S.Vave s up-
per a' i Moving Picture Show. I'cvj.
lar: Jin Brown and Tavlor left Sat-
urdny for their tpf intnients. In snlte
of the weks rain eone of our co'orcd '
nen are nht.npin: 4 to 50 cr.itei v(
tnmMoos. Rome of our Rnce men otd
the renorter ttiev wnnlit p-et rrm Itfin
to 200fi rratea this yea-. TTiat Is a
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