The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 37, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 1, 1922 Page: 3 of 8
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THE DALLAS EXPRESS. PAULAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 1 1923.
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Mr. Samuel Butler of Choteau.
Okla. U In the city at the lick bed-
side of her daughter Mr. Frankle
Crawford 2007 Flora street. Mrs. But-
ler has been In the city alnce June
Mr. Clara B. Albert and Mr. L. J.
Edwards of Houston are visiting; Mr.
J. W. Mitchell 212 Worthlngton
street. They also visited the office of
the Dallas Express Tuesday after-
noon.. Mrs. J. A. Mitchell and her mother
Mrs. B. D. William 2212 Worthing--ton
street have just returned from
an extended stay at Galveston.
Hon. Wm. H. Parker will start on
his tour in Interest of the Oolden
Chain of the World. Mrs. Mallssa
Lewis of Sherman Texas Is a guest
of Mrs. M. K. Mitchell
We pay death claims as soon as
proofs are presented Progressive
Mutual Benefit Association Jackson
Mrs. Martha Coleman 1302 S. Pres-
ton gave a social party last week In
honor of her sister Mrs. Victoria
Burney of Bhreveport La. who Is
here till the first when she will re-
Mrs. James Hooper of 2109 Nellie
street left Tuesday evening for ex-
tended trip to California.
Mrs. Edward Johnson has returned
after a short visit to Oklahoma.
Mr. Wm. Watson Is somewhat 111.
Mrs. Wade Richardson will soon
leave for Seattle Wash. where she
will spend her vacation with her
Mr. J. B. Bedford ex-student of
Paul Qulnn College entertained Mr.
C. Dyke Baker Pittsburg Texas at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Watt
Cheeks visitors from Ennis attended
the party the room was beautifully
decorated and all present enjoyed the
entertainment. Mr. Baker has been
royally entertained by his friends of
Rev. R. S. Jenkins .D. D. presiding
elder of the Dallas district has re-
turned from New York where he at-
tended the annual meeting of the A.
M. E. Missionary board. Dr. Jenkins
was elected the recording secretary
of the- board and a member of the
executive committee. The presiding
elder will be at Bethel A. M. L..
The St. John Institutional building
gave a community birthday dinner
Tuesday night which was indeed a
success. Hundreds of people were un-
able to be accommodated. The tables
were beautifully decorated under the
representation of each month.
G. W. Curt's 3109 Greenwood street
leaves Saturday night for Houston
to attend the bed side of his sitk bro-
We pay death claims as soon as
proofs are presented Progressive
Mutual Benefit Association Jackson
Mrs Rosle Fannin of Kansas City.
Wo. Is in the city visiting Mrs.
Lillian Hloks 3(K4 Trinidad street.
Mrs Mary L. Smith 3709 Convent
street returned luat Saturday morning
June 24 from Piano where Bhe at-
tended the C. M. K. Dist.ict Cop
Mrs. Blanche Collins of El Paso
Urslyn Edwards of Ft. Worth are
guests of Mrs. S. A. Jordan 2127
Mrs. Lula Prather Elay of Waco
is in the city visiting her auntie Mm
H. E. Rutherford 3715 Munger .Avenue
Professor Virgil Green of Austin
was in the city last week visltinc
his cpusln Mrs. V. E. Shannon one
of Dallas leading singers. Prof.
Groen ic blind and finished musician.
Read tho Dallas Fxpiess "your
paper" for. all the news of lace in-
terest. The only paper earring a
full and complete budget of the as-
sociated Negro Press
We pay for any number of days
Progressive Mutual Benefit Associa-
tion Jackson Street.
Mrs S. A. Jordan 2127 Clark street
entertained a party of twsnty four
last Friday morning June 23 with a
Kodak party on the lawn at her home
Games and music . were largely in-
dulged. Mrs. Eugenia Stevenson 2212
Woithlngton street who under went
recently an operation in a loetl san-
itarium Is recuperating and will be
brought home scon..
Mr. and Mra. L. S. French 2924
Slate street left Tuesday morning for
St. LouIh Mo. to reside permanently.
REV. J. S. LADKLLE 18 DEAT.
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- As we go to press.nbws has been
dispatched anounclug the ' death of
Rev. J. S. Ladelle at Little Rock Ark.
who a fvw years ago pas'ored very
successfully t heML Rosa Bapitist
church this city. Rev. Ladelle un-
derwent an operation at a sanitarium
at McKinney Texas a fer weeks
ago; and on his release from this
Institution his condition was con-
sidered favorable however his con-
dition failed; and as a result he fold-
ed his tant early Wednesday morning
"A mighty giant has fallen.'
We do not confine our members
to bed for claims Progressive Mu-
tual Benefit Association Jackson St.
MR. W. B. WILLIAM VISITS DAIIAS
Mr. W. B. Williams of 439 Oh St.
Washington D. C was in the city
recently visiting his sister Mrs. Pearl
Waldon 1717 Allen Street; he also
visited his mother and friends at
Tyler Texas. Mr. WllMams was roy-
ally entertained by his sister Mrs.
Waldo during his stay here; dur-
ing which time thirty four guest were
servedjand the occasion was dis-
persed with much muaic and danc-
ing. Mr. .William has returned to
Washington D. C. at this wilting.
lilKTIiS AND DEATHS.
The following is a list of City
births Mid deaths.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Cooper a girl.
' Mr. and Mrs. Mathnw Pepper a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reid a boy.
Mr. end Mia. Willie Hogan a boy.
- Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lewis a boy
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Stone a girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Lewis a boy
Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Lem Oliver a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Black a boy.
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Mrs. French w.is' a manicurist at
0. B. Terrell's barber sho.i.
Mrs Willie May Lucas of El Paso
(laughter of Mrs. Mattie Miller 131a
belevlew after spending two months
with her mother returned home last
week much improved in health.
Rev. H. H. Palmer 1904 Leonard;
spent Tuesday in Ft. Worth a special
guest at a dinner party.
Mrs. 0. B. Smith 317 Montrose Ave
St. Louis Mo. is visiting her sister
Mrs F. T. Taylor 3108 Cobb Ave.
with whom he will remain a month.
Mrs. A. R. Alexander 3411 ThomaB
Ave. 8 convalescing after an attack
ilrs. P. H. Henderson of Waxa-
hachie Is in . the city visiting her
sons and daughter in-laws. She 1b
stopping with her son A R. Hender-
son 3608 Thomas Ave.
Mrs. Grazolia Thrash 3511 Thomas
Ave. left Wednesday night for New
York City where she will enter
Columbia University. She will take
a specil course In Domestic Science
and will return to Dallas in early
fall to resume her duties in Public
Mrs. Gus Murray 3513 Thomas Ave.
Is Improving after having had a
O. Curtis furniture finisher
at Anderson furniture Co. has just
returned from an extended stay at
Navasota Houston and Galveston.
His visit was a business trip milted
Mr. ' Chintz Moore was nursing a
baby; we would like to know if he
is the father or grand-father.
Bud Drake is washing dishes at
the Oklahoma Cafe these hbt summer
days and is very proud of his job.
Eli. Montgomery has opened a new
lunch stand .and is serving chewing
gum and light-bread and beer.
Mr. W. D. James 1b taking tickets
at the Base ball game now days; he
is making a first rate fan; he aint
Secretary no more.
Haze and Haze Company is showing
this week at the Park Theatre and
.hey have a fine bunch of youngsters
-ith their Company.
We pay for any number of days
Progressive Mutual Benufit Associa-
tion Jackson Street.
Mr. Miller manager of thte Home
trade shoe store says it pays to
advertise In the Dallas Express and
speaks well of his Colored Patrons.
The Dallas Upstairs Shoe Shop 13
another satisfied customer of the
The U. S. Coffee Company has in-
creased their business through the
colums of . the paper. Thirtf-five
thousand i ol'ored people of this city
are backing the firms who advertise
in their paper; it will pay to take
These are the names of some of
the merchants who get results from
their advertising in the Dallas Ex-
press: Home Furniture Co; Long
Wear Boot Shop 910 Elm St.; New
York Wall Puper House; Weils De-
partment Store; W. T. Farley;
Hughes Auction and furniture store;
Rudes Gents furnishing Store; Grand
Central Theatre; Model Taiorls says
that 95 per cent of their business la
from the Colored patrons. Chambers
Tailorln? Shop; J. W. Jenkins Shoo
lo.; Texas Dry Goods Co. Some of
he merchants speak very nicely of
'.he results they get from their ad-
vertisement in this paper.
Miss Pauline Harden the young
.Jovle Star has had her hair bobed
this week and is making ready for
am.ihcr picture that she will Star
!n. With Bobed hair her friends
wish her much success in tthe game.
Mr. Colllngton Hayes and wife
both friends of Mr. R. McDade arrived
in the city Monday with their Vaude-
vill Stock to play a weeks engage-
ment at the Park Theatre. They
have a very nice little company and
playing nightly to paying crowds. It
would Le best off for you to go and
Mr. and Mrs. Leny Simpson a iri
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner a girl.
Sam Armstrong 350& Wilder ' St.
Hattie Wyatl. 2 Gibson Hear.
Robert Mury 2709 Gaston Ave.
Thomas Wilklns 2709 Runnells St.
Gertrude Richardson 1722 Ijincoln St
Llna Lompkln 8108 Padfi.j Ave.
L. Neely 3402 Colby St.
Ivory Eakins 1411 Marilla St.
Pe irlie Brown 2601 Wall At
Will Mabry 3107 Cochran St.
J. H. Simmons Woodland Hospital.
AnUrew Spears. 3510 Fuqua St.
JosepWno Enrzle' 315 HI Alive. -
Mozella Hlgginbotham 3118 Convent
I lllle Hawkins 2305 Cottonwood Et.
Mollis Martin Wnxahachie Tex.
Tlnnle Smiler 1S23 Sneed St.
Beulah Hopkins 1210 Comal St.
Mack Mayes 2401 Cottonwood St.
We do not confine onr members
to bed for claims Progressive Mu-
tual Benefit Association Jackson St.
DALLAS DOCTOR IS ELTCTEI)
GRAND MEDICAL INSPECTOR.
Dr. D. W. Shields of this city has
returned from Clnftattl. Ohio where
he attended Solvent Grand Council
of the Ancient Free and Accented
Masons. He was elected Solvent Grand
Medical Inspector General of tho
LUnited S tnes. ;'
Next hfwdon of the Cmincll will i.e
held at Grand Rapids. Michigan.
from Waxaharhle Is a week end
visitor ia the cltty and in the truest
of her older sister Miss Doi'le
Edwards who Is a resident of thl
cltv. B"th youne; ladles are tie daueh-
t.prs of Rev. J. E. Edward and wife
of waxohaeb'e. It nvut remem-
bered that Rev. J. E. Edwards Is
one of the aMept Rev's n the A. M
E. Conference and has a host of
friends In tthls State snd loved by
thousands of his loyal friends.
LOWS BRING $51 FOR DICKSON 0R-
SON VERY GRATEFUL
Please permit me to say through the
columns of your paper that the Grand
Jurisdiction of Odd Fellows through
Professor J. P. Rtarks. the District
Grand Secretary Just handed me a
check for $600.00 as partial payment
of the amount of money sent In from
the Grand Jurisdiction of the Grand
United Order of Odd Fellows and the
House Hold of Ruth of the State. We
have no language to express our I
gratl.tude to the Odd Fellows and the
House Hold of Ruth for the splendid
showing In sending to the District
Grand Secretary their contribution
for the Dickson Colored Orphanage
of Gilmer. You will remember that
last year the Odd Fellows and House
Hold of Ruth adopted this Institution
and placed all orphan children from
Odd Fellow patronage in this home.
It Is a wonderful effort. The Negroes
of this state should get in line and
push the churches and institutions that
are supporting orphan children and
help in this great move.
The K. of F's of Texas through the
Board of Directors and their Grand
EMINENT BUSINESS WOMAN TO VISIT
CITY GUEST OF MADAM C. J. WALKER
Mrs. Leila Walker Wilson president
and owner of the Mme. C. J. Walker
Mfg. Co. Inc. of Indianapolis. Indiana
will be in our city July 8rd to 8th
as the special guest of the agents and
friends of h6r company. While here
she will make special talks to tne
agents on business methods and the
latest phases of beauty culture to the
end that they may become better and
more proficient business women.
Mrs. Wilson. It Is to be remember
ed has Just returned from an expen-
sive foreign trip and while abroad
visited parts of France Spain Egypt
Italy and the Holy Land. She was
present in Rome when the new Pope
of the Roman Catholic Church was
elected to office; she was among
thousands who received the . Papal
JUNE LIST OF DEATHS FOB BASS
Bozel Williams. 3228 Grand Ave.
Curtis White. 2716 Colby St.
Ed Raybou Jr. 1022 Powhnttan St.
L. Necly St. Paul Sanitaiium.
Ira Eak'lns 1411 Marilla St.
Lillie M. Hawkins 2305 Cottonwood.
TWO HEARTS WOW BRAT AS ONE.
ThA termination of a short Courtship
was made possible Tuesday afternoon
when the solemn vows or matrimony
was porformeed making Prof. S. B.
Walton of this city and Miss Vernle
Jackson of Rockdale man and wife.
The married ceremony was quietly
performed at the parsonage of New
Hope Baptist church. Dr. A. S. Jack-
son pastor officiating.
DALLAS LADY AND 1IFR FRIEND
VISITS COOL COLUIUUU
Miss Senla Williams of Tulsa Okla.
was Joined recently oy ner menu
Miss Lucile H. WllMams of Dallas
who has been attending Wilbtrforce
University and the pair left for Color-
ado to vlalt Miss Senla WIHiams
brother and Sister-in-law Mr. and
Mrs. John Rhodes of that city.
The two young ladles win spena
the summer there.
LITERARY C1.VU ORGANIZED.
About thirty oersons both men and
women met xnursoay nigni juim
22 at the Field House In Cochran
street park 'and perfeoted a tempor-
ary Literary Society.
The temporary organization is ui-
f leered by the following;
R. C. Woods president; Clifford
Hawkins secretary; V. L. 8. Booker
chairman of membership committee;
R. Payne chairman program
CAKXATIOX CK.VBITY (XIII.
Carnation Charity Club met at the
home of Mrs. L. browrjow. Mcttlnfe
opened with song and prayer and
scrlptiiro reading with 8 members
present. The club donated to those
that was very much In need $.60.
The next meeting will be Friday
July 7th at the home of . Mrs. Gai rett
'i040Munger Ave. The club was served
with a delicious menu.
Mra H. Lemons President.
Mrs. U. B. Parker Reporter.
LADY MAJIY'S ART AND CULTURE
Lady Mary's Art and Culture Club
mett at the home of Laly Carrie
3aston on North C entral A . e. Queen
Cty Saturlay June 21th 1922. Mem-
bers presont 15. -Opening soug:
"Prulse God From Whom All Bless-
ings Flow' Lady Sceptre declared
the meeting opened for furthur bus.
IttORS. W disctissed fully the social
sido of oi. r club. The club Is planning
o give an afternoon and evening In
M.-xfco after finishing up all bus-
iness. Wo were faiored with a sweet
so'ectltn by Lady Florence Cavlll
after which we were served by the
hOHtesg to a dainty repast whicu con-
stated ot Ice punch and lemon cake.
It wab favorable by all present that
our meeting days to be held ec.ch
Saturday evening at 4 o'clock.
Mrs. Carrie Gastrn Lady Sceptre.
Mrs. C..T!nsley Lady Reporter.
FROM ODD FEL
Chancellor W. B. Willis also gave
$500.00 and express a fond desire of
Prof fitarks informs me that only
one-fourth of the Odd Fellows and
House Hold of Ruth bodies have re-
ported and that reports are coming
every day and he believes the collec-
tion throughout the State will amount
to $1600.00 by the 81st of July. We
take this method of thanking the
Grand officers for their kindness the
District Grand House Hold of Ruth
and also Prof. J. P. Stark for his
splendid effort In the first payment.
It came In due time and it helped us
to pay $3000.00 on a $9000.00 note
that we owed at the American Ex-
change National Bank. Our enrollment
Is 230 inmates. We will let you hear
from us from time to time through
the papers as these collections come
W. Ij. DICKSON
Pres. Gen. Mgr. of the Dickson Col-
Blessing on that occasion. Mrs. Wil-
son's tour of the Holy Land was a
most Interesting one and covered
many biblical points of interest such
as the cities of Jerusalem and Jericho;
the Mount of Olives and Mount Zlon:
Soloman's Temple; the birthplace of
Jesus Christ; the Garden of Gethse-
mane: the spot where Christ was
crucified died and was buried; the
stone which was rolled away when
He ascended Into Heaven and the spot
where He made the ascension.
She will give a complete lecture on
her trip to the Holy land at some
church In our city under the auspices
of the local Madam C. J. Walker
agents. No admission will be charged
and a cordial Invitation is extended
to every one to attend.
nittee; G. T. Smith critic; Dr. B. B.
Howell publicity chairman. Thursday
night July 8 the Dyer Anti-lynch
hm will be discussed bv the society.
The discussion will be opened by
.Tno. McDanlol and closed by O. V.
On August 8rd. the Society will meet
and perfect a permanent organization
and will elect permanent officers for
The public Is ordllly invited to
attend the discussions.
Mrs. Bertha O. Fyre left for Denver
Colo. to spend the summer months.
MRS. E. M. McSIIAN ENTERTAINS.
MrB. E. M. McShan 8004 Thomas
Avenue entertained June 22 with a
Progressive Whist party honoring
Miss U. K. Edward Domestic teacher
Forth Worth; Miss I Dudley Fort
Worth and Miss Blanche Collins musl.
cal Instructor P. V. College.
Miss Edwards won first prize. A
Harris won the booby.-
An ice course was served. Thirty-
four guests present.
Mrs. R. Thrash entertained with
a hay ride Baturaay nigni june i
honoring Misses U.
K. Edwards of
ED LUCK OVERCOME BY
On June 23rd at McKinney and
Laws street at t p. m. Ed Luck was
overcome by heat as he worked with
the Munn Construction Co. street
builders. The heat victim was re-
moved to the Emergency hospital by
the city ambulance and was later re-
leased. He Is 20 years of at.e and
lives at 2504 Montezuma street.
NINTH WARD PRICILLA ART CLUB.
This club met Frldiy June 16th
at the hime of Miss Stewart. The
members responded with "''otatiom
and paid dues. Plans foir an exhibit
in August. The proceeds ti 111 be used
exclusively for charity. One hour waB
given for needle work. Th'.s club Is
doin" soii'8 very interesting and active
work with splendid programs every
4th Friday of each month. $2.00 was
sent out for charity. The hostess
served a delightful menu which con-
sisted of sandwiches and apple salad
orange pudding with whipped cream
and grape Juice. The club will meet
next Friday with Mrs C. Smith on
No. Brtisrton Circle.
Mra. E. B. Wilamls Pres.
Mrs. B. E. Travenlo Reporter.
DIU10ND CHARITY CM II.
The Diamond Charity Club met at
the home of Mrs. J. H. Walkor 3519
Thomas Ave. The meeting was opened
with song and v rayer by the Chaplain
Mrs. Riptoe. llie club gave to those
that were In need $5.00. Two vlsilors
were present. Mrs. B. Moore and Mrs.
Anderson. The hostess then served
Cherry-nut ice cream and ca'-e. Thf-
nejt meetl.ig will be with Mrs. A.
Johnson 3304 Thomas Ave. July
Mrs. L. B. Watson. President.
Mrs. A. D. Vercher Reporter. .
THE RECREATION CLUB.
VAan L D. Best was the lwnrmiiiK
Hostess to tho Ttembers of the Rec-
reation Club Monday June 26th.
An enjoyable morning was spent
by all. Mrs. M. M. Rodsers of Fheo-
nlx Ariz. Miss Blanch Collins of
Elpaso Texas; Misses ' Ursurline
E)d wards and Lucile Dudley of Ft.
Worth Texas were the pleasant visi-
tors ana expressed themselves ai
highly pleased with their visit. Mrs
Katie Jones will be hostess to the
members of tho club Monday July
3rd. A delicious ice course was served
by the hostess.
Mrs. Wayman Alexander Pres.
WHEAlLEV Aid CLUB.
Mrs. L. K. W Jliuma was the pleas-
ant hoBt-jss to tne memuers of the
Wheaticy Art Club Friuay Juno Zi
V3TI. Alter the regular routine 0i
uusiness the election of otticeis. took
pluce. Ail otticers were re-olecteu
with a few exchanges. Because oi
the high esteem in wnlch Bhe is held
os the members the piesuent Mrs.
a. S. Jones was presented with a
ueautUul gingham dress ; pattern
which she' very much appreciuteu
u.nd thanked the membcrB tor. Alter
being Berved to delicious cake and
ices we adjourned to meet July lltu
1U22 with Mrs. O. K. Kobinsou 37U!
Mrs. K. S. Jones. Pres.
Mis. ti. hi. Uobinson Reporter.
THE KANT AUItLE 11 1 11.
Mrs. Davis Bos well was the hostess
to the members of the Kaint Agree
Club on Friday morning June 23rd
1922. A very delightful morning wab
spent. A delicious menu was served.
Mrs. v. J. Stewart Pieldeut.
SILVEK LEAF SOCIAL CLUB
The Ciub met at the residence of
Miss Nannie. Corner June 22nd At
i p.m. The meeting was opened with
sons and prayer by .Miss Lattimer
after which roll was called and
members responded with Bible quota
tions. The Club wn pleased to have
Airs. Hicks as a visitor The president
Mrs. Gruce Turner is to leave town;
Mis. Christine Jthnson was elected to
that office and Mrs. Lattimer elected
Vice. The hostfcts honed loo cream
and cake. Next Cioeuny; with Miss
Foster 0639 Gaston Ave.
Mrs. Christine Johnson Pivs.
Atldie Owens Seet'y
Alits I'V.ster. Kui-jiier
"DO .AS I0U LIKE" CUB.
The members met at the home of
Misses Cleo and Leevergla CoIHub
on betterson Circle. Meeting opened
in usual way. Business wag taken
up afted which a shoit program was
prepared after we were informed by
the President of the "Spring Class ot
1!)22'' coming to have their class play
"The Graduate" at LUzabetli Chaptl
church for our benefit. Miss M. M.
Stewrrt and Mr. Brigham. were pleas-
ant visitors and each spoke a few
encouraging remarks. The members
enjoyed pine-apple Ice cream and
Miss M. Jackson President.
NolanH. B. Elliott.
Mrs. Don ill e Bradley of Avenue A
has been on a visit to friends. Miss
Davora Johns and Mrs. W. 11. Bryant
of Ft Worth spent the week end
with Mrs. Leroy Moore of 1019 E.
9th St. Mrs. N. R. Jackson of Ander-
jou returned home.
Miss Ruby Toswell who has been
teaching in Moore's High school
Waco Texas is home with her
parents Mr. and Mrs; G. L. Bos well
1200 E. 9th St.
Mr. Gus Wolfe of 1223 E. 8th St.
has purchased a Marmon 34. Mrs.
James Haywood and son Sterling ot
Mineral Wells are visiting her Auntie
Mrs. M. Stone 1030 E. O'.h St.
Supreme Commander C. M. white
of the American Woodmen spoke to
an enthusiastic audience at Smith
Chapel A. M. E. church June 22nd.
A musical program proceeded the
addresses. Mr. White was Introduced
by Mrs. Georgia Moore. Commander
C C. Martin of the local lodge was
Master of Ceremonies. Mr. White In
his own logical way gave a detailed
explanation of the meaning of'Wood
A reception was given In honor
of Mr. White at Crabtree Hall after
the ipcaking was over. Pvt. Samuel
Gray of the 10th Cavalry U. is. A.
stationed at Fort Huachuca Ariz.
has been honorably discuarged and is
now at the home of his parents Mr.
and M 's. P. A. Bacon of 30 Cliff St.
Pvt. G.ay volunteered In 1917 train-
ed at Camp Upton NewYork and went
across with the 609 Knglneering
Corps Feb. 1918. In France Gray was
stationed at St. Nazair. Returning
to the United States Gray was dis-
charged June 24 1919. and re-enlisted
for three years June 25 1919. Juno
25 1922 Gray was discharged after
putting up nearly 5 years In the
Elisabeth Chapel C. M. T. Church.
Sunday school was well attended.
Teacherh and Supt were at their
ipost. At 11 o'clock the pistor preach-
I . - ..! .. Vn.vnrth
ea a poveriui ciiu"m. jvvm
League at :30 p.m. which was well
attended. 7:30 p.m. the pastor tgaln
preached an excellent sermon.
The ofllowlng is tne auennuucB
Rnndftv in Sunday school at the
various churches; Shllow 100; El
Bethel 80; Elizabeth Chapel 76. A
record of tthe attendance will be
given each week by the Express.
Sub. Stations: Cliff Drug Store
Wolfe Grocery 1223 E. 8th St. Drivers
Cafe 1028 Comal St.
Miss Lucile Hlllyer of Ft Worth
spent Sunday with Miss Elsie Pa-son.
Mr Pomp Yarborough who has been
ill for some time died Monday.
The Charity Clu!j met wltth Mra.
A R. Brooks ot Lawrence St
Mr. H. James ?.n Clayborne St. Is
a new subscriber ; of the Dallas
The Young Men's Improvement
Club met with Miss Rpsetta Lewis
The Masons had their Annual Ser
mon preached at Mt. Horeb church
Sunday. Rev. Hardeman of Gaith
Chapel delivered the Bermon.
Begintng next week the Evpress
will publish the attendance In S. S.
of the churches of Lincoln Manor.
Get your report in by Tuesday at
1833 Anderson St. '
Gaith Chapel A. 51. E .('hurrh.
Sunday school at 9.30 a.m. Supt.
and teachers at their post. The pas-
tor preached to the delight of his
people at 11 a.m. In the afternoon
Rev. Hardeman preached the Masonic
Sermon at Mt. Horeb. The A. C. K.
L. at 7 p.m. was good and well
attended. At 8:30 our pastor was
again at hia post ot duty. The Holy
Spirit caine Into our midst. We are
preparing to make an extra drive
the building of a new Garth Chapel
on Juny 9tb. Rev. Hardeman Is
sacrificing much here with us to
build a Kingdom of God.- We are
making an effort to go over the top
and show . our appreciation of his
Mosely Chapel C. M. E. Churclu
Sunday school was good. Supt.
and teachers were at their post At
11 a.m. Rev. H. Allen delivered a
splendid Bermon. Night services were
good; tthe Rev. H Harris preaching
a well prepared sermon.
Mr. Errah Dillingham of 3610 Dun
bar St. hens purchased a Dodge car.
Mrs Sam Pettigrew of 3510 Miles St.
has returned from a visit to Wills
Point. w here she was the guest of
her ' sister Mrs. A. M. Blair. Mrs. C.
McCowan of Hampton St.; Is visiting
parents In Waco.
Mrs. V. Hall of 3515 Mvors St..
is on the sick list
Mrs. H. W. Winn. 3610 Dunbar St..
entertained Mrs. Sarah Stanton of
this city and her sister Miss Marv
Ann Perry of Crockett Texas Wed
nesday June 28th.
The Wheatley Art Club met with
Mrs. L. Wilson. The election of
officers was held and Mrs. C. Jones
was elected President.
Mr. Roger Powers of Houston
spent the week visiting Mrs. Powers
of 3728 Atlanta St. Mrs. L. H. Whlt-
aker of Waxahacrie is visiting Mrs.
Powers 3728 Atlanta St. Mrs. M.-H.
Power who has been vislttlng this
city has returned to her home in
Christian Social and Charitable
Improvement Club- met with Mrs.
Oliver on Atlanta St. Mrs. Yanck was
elected as the delegate to tie State
Federtion which convenes in Palestine
Julp 24th. One visitor. Collection
$4.60. Next meeting with Mrs. L.
Simmons on 3625 Rusk In St.
Warren Chapel M. E. Church.
Sunday school on tlmo. Lesson
good and reviewed by pastor. The
pastor preached two fine sermons
morning and night. Visitors present
Sunday July 2nd is our Rally day.
Members and friends come and help
St. Paul A. M. E. Church.
Sunday school caa well attended
with Supt Winn at his post. Teachers
present elsson reviewed and visitors
introduced. Rev. J. W. B. Joshua
preached a soul stirring semon.
Aniens were heard all over the house.
Long live Rev. Joshua wro Is now
on his vacation. The A. C. 1J. L.
was well attended with 30 present.
Lesson tnught with advantage to
the Juniors who are taking an act
ive part in the endeavor. 8 o clock
service opened to a delight of the
congregation. The choir sang a great
song service. Rev. Mrs. Jones Rev.
Mrs. M. Prescott Robinson and Mrs.
M. Gowfrey who have been on the
sick list were at church Sunday.
91t. Morbth Iluptist Church.
Sunday school opened at 9:30 a.m.
by Supt. Yancy. All teachers present
with a prepared lesson. Pastor Rich-
ardson preached the morning sermon.
P. Y. P. U. at 5:30 p.m. Bible drill
conducted by Bro. Prultt and Ttev.
J. R. Plumraer. Pastor Rlchart'son
preached t oa large audience on Sun-
day night W. H. M. S. Monday eve.
at 2:30 o'clock. Sunday nightt a do-
uatlon of $5.20 was given to Mr.
Gordon who Is ill.
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i j. j j f. l. j f u a
on Dyson St. Games were played after
which the hostess served refreshments
Rev. J. S. M. Alexander Rev. M.
Mosoley have returned from the C.
M. E. Conference at Ennis.
Mrs. A. Christian has returned from
a short visit to friends.
Leave all news at the Atlanta
Casey Drug Store. Beginning next
week we will publish the attendance
in Sunday school of the churches of
amUal k. of p. picnic.
The following K. of P. Lodges of the
city! hi. Luke No. 1; Pride of West
No. 12: fit. Charles No. 21; Algiers No.
44: Pythian No. 46: Kmanuel No. US;
Rmplre No. S39 will entertain the
Courts of Calanthlans at their 2nd
Annual picnic at Riverside park Tues-
day July 4th.
At three o'clock the following pro-
gram for the occasion:
Wrlcome Address. Dp. Tt. A. Henderson
Ttespnnse by Mrs. S. C White
Introduction of the . K. of TL R.
hy the Master of Ceremony Dr. D. W.
Introduction of the Q. C by the.
O. K. of It. and.R. Blr S. K. Smith.
At 4 P- m. refreshments will be serv-
ed to Knights of rythias and Court
At 6 o'clock there will he a hall
(rarne staired between Patton's Pythian
Olnnts and Talberts Damon Stars. It
will be the treat of your life to see
these teams In action.
Music for the occorton furnished
hy the First Tieirlment K. of P. Hand.
DIL D. W. SHIKLDS Master of Cere-
ROOMS for rent H. 6405.
Wanted. Girls to work In N. A.
B'ranklln Deatuy Parlor J206 Hall
street Mrs. Matthews Prop. 7-l-4t
Wnnlrri. At once a Colored Psnts-
maker and a girl to work In WatV:ins
Dry Qonds Store must be experier.ced.
Write The Watklns' Dry tioods Co.
117 North Herman Street Mexla TexaB.
Wanted .Sales women to sell bunga-
low aprons direct to consumer In
every town In Texas and Oklahoma.
Splendid commission. Write or call
In person with references. I. H. Ciar-
ment Mra;. to 1925-29 Main street
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CARD OF THANKS.
Iao. Texas June 19 We take this
method to thank our friends and ac-
quaintances who so loyally assisted
us during the illness and death of our
beloved mother Mrs. Ida Warren. May
God's richest blessing reward you is
MRS. MARY ALLISON.
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SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO OUR
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GF.O. RAf;LANI Proo.
W. O. HAMILTON Mar.
107 Holl Street
ST PHILLIP'S NORMAL AND
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Domestic Sciences and Arts Dress-
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hand Typewriting Bookkeeping and
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