The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 37, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 1, 1922 Page: 7 of 8
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TUB PAXAS EXITvESH. DAIJ.A3 TKXAB. SATVTtDAY XY J 1022.
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Progressive Aid Club. Met June 13
at the palatial home of the president
Mrs. Minnie Hamilton on the South
End on the beautiful shady lawn.' All
was nicely seated and opened in a
unuul form of opening. This being the
birth place of the club also the begin-
ning of the 2nd series. All wore over-
joyed fleemlngly. Fifteen members
answered to roll call one out of town.
After completing a routine of business
the hostess served a regular 5 o clock
- dinner consisting of fried chicken with
bread and lemon pie Ice cream witn
cherries and assorted cake cocktail
and Iced peaches and nuts. Adjourned
Next meeting with Mrs. U H. Miller.
Mrs. Minnie Hamilton president; Mrs
Nicy Larkins secretary; Mrs. Mattle
Walker treasurer; Mrs. Laura H. Mil
ler sewing directress and reporter.
The Progressive Aid Club met Juno
20th at the home of Mrs. Laura Miller
with the president In the chair. Aftor
a usual form of opening with Mrs. L. H.
Miller as pianist the president then
called for the committee reports. Mrs
Nicy Larking was reported sick the
club donated her $1.00. After all busi
ness the hostess then served a 3-conrse
menu consisting of oyster cocktail with
crackers fried chicken salad on les
ture loaf with bread Ice cream and as
sorted cake fruit. Next meeting with
Mrs. B. Williams M. Hamilton pre;!
dent; Nicy Larkins secretary. -
Marshall. Rev. Harrison pastor of
. Gallllee Baptist Church has pitched a
big revival of 10 or 15 days. Thus far
he is meeting with success. Rev. New.
ton pastor at Mallllieu M. K. Church
Is meeting with usua lsuccess In his
revival some additions. Many of the
colored T. & P. hands went back to
work sonie'250 many souls made glad
there Is more to follow. We are glad
to see them back at work. We hope
there will soon be a fu'.l force. The
following persons will represent the
Odd Fellows and House. Hold of Ruth:
Mr. Frank White Elevation Lodce No
2635; Lieut. Col. P. F. Dennis. . Grand
Lodge No. 25 meets In Dallas second
Tuesday In August. Delegates to the
Pilgrims Grand Lodge which meets In
Cleburne 4th of July: Mrs. Levle Wil-
liams Mrs. Volney Lacy Mrs. Wm.
Breashears Mrs. Robinson. Mr. Caleb
Smith our undertaker does not seem
to Improve very fast. Mrs. Cary Davis
is critically 111 at her home on Com-
press Btreot. MIps Bessie May Thomp-
son writes that she la improving nicely.
She has been fishing three times since
she haB been home. With this rapid
Improvement she soon will be able to
Join her many friends In Marshall.
Mrs. Ellen Sparks returned from
Houston where she spent several days
visiting relativpo Rnd friends. Mr.
Sparks has smlics all over liH head
and almost ready to laugh. A very
pleasant day was spent by the students
andguests of Mrs. I.. H. Williams Musi-
cal Club on last Wednesday. An old
ttme river side fHh fry was given on
Cypress just below Baker's bridge.
Miss Adlene Williams of San Antonio
and Mr. Cland Organ of Donison were
present and Joined In the Joy of the oc-
casion. Mrs. Mayme Jones of Dallas
has been a guest of Miss Helen Taylor
her sister for the past 3 weeks and
was royally entertained last Wednes-
day by her mother on Baptist Hill.
Mrs. Jones left for Dallas Friday. Read
the Dallas Express delivered at your
door. Phone 775. Send news of your
Gilmer. Gilmer District Board No. 3
met with Gilgal Baptist Church Friday
and Saturday with a very good repre-
sentation of officers and delegates.
President A. W. Wright seemed to be
at his best and carried out the pro-
pram to the letter. Total amount col-
lected $41.50. Sunday morning serv-
ices at Gilgal were good. At 4 o'clock
the Loyal Friends of America assem-
bled for their annual thanksgiving
services. Prof. E. J. OwenB in his own
eloquent way extended words of wel-
come to them and Pastor Howard
preached a soul-sterring sermon; col-
lection $18.65. This order bears the
distinction of having at its head the
Vice National Grand Master in the per-
son of Prof. A. Ingram. Lord's supper
was served at night. Mr. and Mrs.
John Fagan of Glen wood worshipped
with ua Sunday. Rev. W. H. Hicks
A. M. E. pastor of Ore City Circuit
worshipped with Gilgal Sunday nlflht.
Little Andrew son of Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Dixon received prompt pay-
ment from the Christian Benevolent
Mutual Association which is repre-
sented In town by Mr. L. Turner ra.d
'Mrs. D. H. Watson for a bad scald
received a fe wdays aro. Mrs. Sarah
Smith visited in Wlmm'.oro last week.
Work on Mrs. Eliza Jane Cmith's house
is progressing nicely. Mr. V".' A. Wi'
-. contractor. Quit an extensive
list of social gatherings is programmed
for the next few weeks. Same being
announced by Gilgal B. Y. P. U. Vash-
ti Court H. of J. No. 137 and -Club
Worker of the C. M. E. Church. Rev.
Keaton reports n splendid trip and a
pleasant visit to Houston.
Rockwall. "Sunday school was well
attended at the Churches. Rev. G. W.
Nelson was at his post with a large
congregation at the A. M. E. Church.
At 3 o'clock the Masons had their ser-
mon preached by Rev. E. M. Young.
Sunday evening at-8:30 o'clock. Rev.
Nelson preached a great sermon text
taken from P.ev. 6:17 and last verse:
"For the great day of His wrath and
who will be able to stand." The Ma.
sons had a plcnio on the 24th and at
night the installation. Rockwall and
Farmersvllle crossed bats score was 4
and 11 in favor of Farmersvllle. On
the 19th the .'azz band had a picnic.
Music was given by the band. Rock-
wall and Farmersvllle croed bats
score waa 1 and 9 favor of Rockwall.
Mrs. Deen Brown h.s returned home
from Dallas after visiting hw mother.
Mrs Delia Williams was in the city
shaking hands with friends and rela
tives. Ma 'ter M. D. Jedklns was kick-
ed by a mule. Miss Rosle Ritrell and
Miss Corinn Jefferson are ill at this
writing. Reporter Essio Belle Mc-
Grader. Forney. Sunday schools were well
attended fit rl) Churcbo". At Mt. 7lon
Baptist church Rev. W.H Vaiiier was
v on his job delivering the goods as
usual. At Little Flock Baptist Church
services were excellent Rev. P. M
Mitchell delivered two able sermons
The members of Allen's Chapel A. M
E. Church are rraying for success ln
theli rally to be held Sunday July 2ud.
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Rev. W. H. Prultt will be on the Job
Mr. Joe Hurd Jr. was a victim of an
auto wreck Tuesday; Ho was badly
mashed up. Mrs. J. B. Frazler of Dal
las is making her annual visit to the
House Hold of Ruth here.
Wills Point. Service at Pleasant
Hill Baptist was financially and spirit
ually a buccohs with a wonderful at-
tendance at all meetings. The Masons
had their annual sermon Sunday even
ing at the C. M. E. Church. Rev. W
W. Williams preached and many souls
were made to feel glad. The picnic
given by tne members of the C. M. E
Church was a financial success. Mrs
Sam L. Pettlgrew of Dallas visited her
sister Mrs. Blair. Mr. Earld and A. L.
Swann of Dallas motored to Wills
Point and spent a short while with
Prof and Mr. Blair. Miss Gertrude
Thomas of Mineola has been the guest
or miss Jiessih Wright. Mrs. G. M
Bottles and Mrs. Martha Llgglns en
tertained with a buffet luncheon hon
orlng Mrs. Pettlgrew. Mrs. M. C. Blair
also entertained with a lawn party.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jackson of Dal
las visited relatives and friends' for a
few days. Mr. and Mrs. Job Ross had
the pleasure of having their daughter
of Kaufman visit them. Mrs. ArizonU
Walton is spending a while with pa
rents. Mrs. G. Wilson and Mrsfl. S. W.
Wright spent 19th in Dallas. Have
your news and money ready for paper
Cleburne. Mrs. Amanda Elliott who
has been ill for some time died Wed-
nesday; funeral was attended Sunday
at tht C. M. E. Church. Rev. Keller
officiated. Second anniversary of Rev
J. W. Hawkins will be preached Sun
day at 11 o'clock at the Baptist Church
Mr. Dan Gray of Arnarillo attended the
tuneral of Mrs. Amanda Elliott Sun
day. - Rev. S. M. Graham closed hi6
quarterly conference and rallv with
succeo. Rev. McGrew P. E. of the A.
M. K. Church will hold quarterly con-
ference tomorrow. Mrs. Beatrice
Mathls of Wichita Falls is visiting
her mother Mrs. Addie Reynolds. Mrs
Emma Heard's mother Is very sick.
Mrs. Sarah Clark is on the sick list
also Mrs. Beatrice Parker. Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. Petty sptnt the Junteteenth
at Dallas. Baptising at Shiloh Bap-
tist Church Sunday passed off nicely.
Rev. A. W. Edwards is visiting his
sister and brother-in-law at Shreveport
La. Rev. Keller Mr. T. H. Ryce and
Mrs. Klndrell have returned from
quarttrly conference at Ennls. Pro-
gressive Baptist Church has bought a
Church lot. The Juneteenth given by
the Y. M. C. A. was a grand affair. Mr.
Wm. Taylor ha3 placed a monument
on his wife's f;rave. Rev. Burton and
Rev. Louis Williams attended a funtral
at Itasca Sundav. Mrs. and Mrs. James
Mosely Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Phillips
are painting their houses. Major
Frank Howell and Secretary Oliver of
the C. of C. and others spoke at the
community club and citizens last Wed-
nesday night at Shiloh Baptist Church
The white band furnlHhed music. Mr.
Harlon Jackson of Houston is in the
city at the bedside of his sick sister.
Rev. and Mrs. H. Wright are building a
new residence in East Cleburne. Pay
day with the Express. Please pay now
H. W. Neal visited relatives at Hills-
Cooper. Sunday was a pretty day
and Sundiy .school was largely attend
ed; collection $3 60. New books are
expected on the first Sunday. Mrs.
Armelia Littleton Fearl Emerson and
Mrs. Harper carter entertained thirty-
five people at their tea party on the
I9th and the table was beautifully
decorated with flowers. S. S. Shanklln
made a business trip to Paris. The
picnic that was given by the K. of P.
was largely attended. Hon. J. H. Al
len came in to our surprise visiting
the American "Woodmen. Willie Lu-
cas returned home after spending sev
eral days with his mother in Dallas
Mr. Robert Dean and Mr. Granlson
Dean visited Miss Annie Derritt. Mrs.
Rosle Lee Thomns U visiting in Okla
homa this week. The Holiness people
are building themselves a tabernacle.
Mrs. Zerlee Martin is visum? ner
mother in Oklahoma a few davs. Mn.
Llllle Kindal and W. R. Vester were
called to Pecan Gap on account of their
sister being very sick. Sick-listed:
M. M. Mays and Iona Pollard. Pay for
your paper when it is brought to your
home and you can continue to read
Minora! Well. Mrs. Ida Watts re
ceived a $500 check from th K. of P.
lodge for the death of her husband
Jack Watts who died on the 29th of
May. The check was prcsMittd to her
by the K. of R. & S. H. M. Cordon at
ijttle Bethel Baptist Churoh. Miss
Lillian Barnctt who is a Ptudent of
Tuskegee Institute has Juai returned
from Flsk University at Nashville
Tenn. where she has been attending
ho v w P. A. conference: every
school in the south and west also
local association were well represent-
ed at the conference. Miss Faruett
has been authorized to organize a
Young Woman's Christian Association
anywhere in the State. The Tuskegee
groups won the silver loving cup for
singing at the conference uiso ine cup
in the Pastor's contest. Young women
should visit Miss Barnett. She can
and will tell you many good things.
Mr. Hiram Smith was in Dallas last
week on business. Miss Maggie Slm-
mo.i8 who has been confined to bed
for several days is ab'.e (o be up again.
Miss Viola Williams is visiting in Ft.
Worth. Mr. L. D. Blackmon has re-
turned to points in Mexico and Colo-
rtdo. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fuller.of
Ft. Worth are in the city health seek-
ing. The K. of P. held their election
here last Tuesday nlgt.t at their Castle
hall. Officers elected: Beanley Adamo
C. C; John Lazlne U. T.; Wade Tay-
lor M. of F.; Sidney Thompson M. of
E.; Pearl H. Jackson M. of W.; John
Butler Prelate; Ishmel Robinson M.
at A.; Mose H. Gordon K. of R. & S.;
Kitrel Tucker I. G.; Alvin Franks.
r n . Qirdi.M crnnd flt Bethel CllUf it
all day; S. S. and B. Y. P. U. and Bible
Class wtr-9 all impressing ana weu m-
lent. Many souls were
desirous of prayers consequently Beth-
el has planned a big rally to be pulled
off 1st Sunday in July. Miss Aberom.
our pianist is planning a big musical
demonstration soon. Mrs. Emma Ran-
dolph and her niece have returned
from Crockett wuere they have been
for three weekks visiting relatives and
friends; sha was gladly welcomed
home by her husband and friends; she
was also welcomed into the chair at
Mt Hermon Baptist Church cf which
she is a member. Mrs. Jane Chester
la In Fort Worth where she is to un-
dergo an operation. Mrs. L. Sheppard
who has been visiting relatives in
Rockwall has returned home. Mm.
Angle Thompcon who underwent an
operation ln Dallas a few weeks ago
at this writing Is renting nicely. Mr.
Marice Mosley left last week for Maria
College at Nashville Tenn. where he
will complete his studies as a dontist
The reporter wishes to make mention
of some facts. All cnd3 of thanks all
resolutions all advertisements social
functions and othors must be paid for.
in advance at the rate of 3c a word for
the first 100 and 2c thereafter. .
Uflo. Services at the Shiloh Baptist
Church Sunday was excellent throuph-
otit the day. Sunday school at the
usual hour. All classes were combined
and taught by Rev'. E. M. Rnndon. Af-
ter the close of the Sunday School a
fervent prayer service was carried out
at conclusion. The pastor Rev. E. M.
Randon ascended the rostrum and
chose for a text Hebrew 6:13 theme:
"God's promises are the best food for
the soul."- The sermon was replete
with sound reasoning that went direct
to the heart of all true Christians. The
evening worship consisted of songs
prayers and talking meeting. Mi-is
Lcuvenia Davis and Mr. Nelson Jeffer-
son were married Sunday' 25th 6:30
p. m. at the Shiloh Church. Miss Lulu
May Allen and Mr. Jessie Tolbert were
married Sunday 25th 9 p. m. at the
bride's mother's home. Rev. E. M. Ran-
don officiated at both marriages. We
extend congratulations" to these happy
young couples trusting that their path-
way will be strewn with roses without
thorn?. Mrs. Agnes Davis has been
confined In her home several days with
malarial fever. The 12 months old
baby of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grant is
seriously sick with fever. Quite a num-
ber of the Pledeerltes attended Church
here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pow-
ell of Densmore worshipped with the
Shiloh Church Sunday. Mrs. L. B.
Jones went to Pledger Saturday and
brought her father up for an indefinite
stay at her home. Mrs. T. Smith of
Needvllle ls"visltlnn her daughter Mrs.
Willie Grant at this place. Mrs. Har-
riet Wilson Joe Allen and Larolnp
Sims of the Concord Communltv. at
tended Church services here Sunday
Honey Grove. The Union picnic of
the Churches was a success. The ball
game between Brookston and Honey
Grove resulted In ft score of 6 to 7 in
favor of Brookston. Rev. C. A. Holt of
Dallas preached two sermons at East
land Baptist Church Sunday. All seem
ed to enjoy the sermon. Mrs. Ida
Lewis entertained the L. P. C. Club
last Thursday evening. All enjoyed
the evening. Prof. W. J. Taylor will
open his store Monday after having
been out of business several years.
Quite a crowd went over to the pic
nlc at Wolfo City Saturday night. An
enjoyable time was reported. Miss
Annie Lee Jones entertained Mi?s
Beulah McPeters at home Saturday
with 6 oclock dinner. Mr. Houston
Carter of Wolfe City spent Saturday
and Sundav with Prof and Mrs. W. J
Tayl of Honey Grove.
Grapeland. Services were well at
tended Sunday at Mt. Zion Baptist
Church. Kev. I. S. Stevenson preached
a noble sermon. Rev. Jef Simpson
preached at West Union Baptist
Church Sunddy. The Masons hold
their public installation Friday even-
ing. Misses Arabella and Marietta
Hicks left Monday for Crockett to at-
tend the Summer Normal. Miss Annie
B. Pouncy formerly of this place was.
married to Mr. Martin Marge of Hous
ton Saturday evening June 17th at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson
Dally. Her many friends wish them
a happy sail upon the sea of matri-
mony. Miss Elease Pouncy left Satur-
day to attend the Summer School at
Houston College. Prof. G. W. Hicks
Mr. Charlie Johnson. Mr. Nathan Walk
er and Rev. L. W. Walker made busi-
ness trip to Crockett Friday. Mrs. E
L. Demby and Mr. Andrew Herod spent
the 19th in Jacksonville. See Mrs
Beulah V. Hicks for the Express.
Cameron. Services were good at all
churches. Sunday. Revs. Humber
Hughes and Buford were at their re-
spective posts. The 19th celebration
here was a success. Visitors from al"
adjoining towns. Mrs. Minnie Davi:
of Oklahoma was here to attend th
funeral of her brother-in-law Harolt
Hall who was a beloved ckuen ant
church worker. Rev. Humber and wiff
motored to Calvert Tuesday. Miss M
G. Humber left for Waco Friday for a
pleasure trip. The W. H. M. Society
of Cameron Grove will have a big
chicken feast every Saturday night on
the Church lawn. Mrs. Montgomery
visited her sister Mrs. Graves at Ft.
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The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 37, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 1, 1922, newspaper, July 1, 1922; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth278398/m1/7/: accessed November 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .