The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, August 31, 1923 Page: 1 of 8
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LANCASTER DALLAS COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1923
ll»-» A YEJ
Get Ready For School
V^ith the opening of school only a few
weeks ahead, your thoughts and efforts
must he turned toward getting that Boy
to get the best results,
1 their health, they must
1 ‘here at HOWELL’S you will find
plete outfits for the litde beginner in
first .reader, on up to the young men
young ladies who are to be the
cm this year*
v Fall Selections of the following
tol needs are arriving daily:
£ GIRLS- FOR BOYS-
A flame you can re
means better cool
When something begins to boil ov
you have to do—if using a Flores)
Cook Stove-ris to lower the ffey*
Heat that is so easily regulated i
that you can boil, roast, bake and:
a nicety. Your cooking will be au
ful and your meals on time.
Roasts, boils, fries, and bakes.'
Bums kerosene, the cheapest cA
By turning a regulator and light
burner you will have a clear blue
that is clean and intense.
Stop in and we will gladly asrnm
questions and show you how sag
Florence Oil Cook Stove is to CMS
Teachers for Lancaster School
Mr. H. K. Gibson, of the Hi
force went down to Galveston ]
day night. He wrote he
with music and ring of bells,
called off the out-door proggH
the American Legion oonvojj
Wednesday. He was fortuiflj
securing a comfortable room. £
David Jones Jr, spent last 1
with his grandparents, Mr. in
H. F. Hood, in Dallas. He wai
companied home Saturday by
Hood who visited witli her
ters, Mrs. J. H. Pritchard and
DaVid Jones, and Mrs. Hollandl
who was here from Sherman.
Klan Will P arade i. P 9
The following is the list of teach-
ers for the 1923-24 year Lancaster
Low 1st grade, Miss Emma Morton
High 1st, Miss Katie Stout.
2nd and low 3rd, Miss Parks,
High 3rd, low 4th, Miss Parker.
High 4th, Miss Henrietta Kim-
5th, Miss Gertrude Pattillo.
6th, Miss Bertha Weldon.
7th. Miss Jessie Carrleton.
High School—History and Mathe-
English, Miss Elma Martin.
Science and Vocational, R. G.
Superintendent, D. B. Roark.
The Spanish and Latin teacher
has not been employed, nor have ar-
rangements been made for music
and expression departments?-
School will open Sept. 17th.
A family reunion and birthday
celebrations was held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Roark, in
West Lancaster last week. The
birthdnvs of Mr. J. W. Roark and
his sons, Messrs. H. M. and Joe
which occur during the month of
August, were celebrated Sunday in
a family dining. The children were
ail at home, as follows: Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Roark and sons from Camer-
on-; Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Roark and
two children. San Antonio; Mr. and
Mrs. John Luce and daughter Grand
Saline; Mrs. Julia Robinett, Mays*
field; Joe Roark. San Antonio; Miss
Cara and Miss Maude and Prof, D.
B. Roark of Lancaster. Mrs. Robi-
nett is principal and Miss Cara
Roark teacher in public school at
Maysfield; Prof. D. B. Roark is su-
perintendent of Lancaster school,
and Miss Maude is teacher of math-
ematics and history, J. 0. and J<&
ate professional men.
icopie txeet their stomachs
it their eotils. They can
£ to church or reading the
and never feel any differ-
ifj by chance they miss a;
#o lit'doesn’t take a pbilo-
tdl that something has
ig. It is folly to pamper
while starving the mind
-■ » -
The Dallas Klan will per#
Ferris Saturday night. ^Hjf
County organization will eae
the demonstration, as will a
delegation from Kaufman and
sicana. The Gulf State Flyiqj
cus will give an entertahunfi
the afternoon. y
welcomes to its wor-
who want to draw
Your Home Bakery !
day School at 9*45 a. m.
V. L Dickey, of Dallas, will
i at the morning hour.
Mr Christian Endeavor 5 p.
rs. C. C. Parks superintendent.
jot Christian Endeavor 7 p.
oner Hammond president,
rweek prayer service Wednes-
vening at 8 o'clock.
Albert £. Wallace, Pastor.
Try Our Hot Rolls
C3*WE HAVE THEM EVERY DAY AT’ll A.R1
• ■ • t■ ' v ’y;-t:igra
"Parker House” and Plain Tea Rolls
Preaching at ll a. m., by Kev,
E. F. Cole. A eordial invitation is
extended the public.
Intermediate B. Y. P. U., 7 p. m.
Senior, at 7.
Prayer meeting Wedneseay eve-
ning at 8
RYE BREAD Tuesdays and Friday
In ordering bread be sure to designate kink wai
Try our Lunch Cakes, at all Stores on Saturday.
School 9:45 a. m.
ng at ll a. m.. by pasto*
Rev. E. F. Cole will deliver the
sermon at the park Sunday night
at 8 oiclock.
J. H. HAWK, Pi>
m 0 **
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Tufts, Minnie Wetmore. The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, August 31, 1923, newspaper, August 31, 1923; Lancaster, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth543643/m1/1/?q=%22kaufman%20klan%22~25: accessed April 18, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lancaster Genealogical Society.