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the dallas express. Dallas, tkxas, Saturday, February s, 1021.
txgt. ram-:. DALLAS HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES. MID-WLNTER URABUATIXG EXER CISES HELD IN ACIMTOKllAl tn PYTHIAN TEMPLE. A Large Audience (JmtH Graduates of Kid-Winter Class Lust Monday Evi'iiliig. CLASS DAY EXEBCISES Held ut Bethel A. K. E. Church Fri- day Evening The 2Nth lluccaku reate Sermon Preuched by Dr. A. S. Juckson at New Hope Baptist Church. . (By N. W. Harllee.) The Uli-Winter graduating exer cises took place Monday evening In the Auditorium of the Pythian Temple in the presence of a large audience which expressed their hearty approval by applause. The music rendered by the High School Chorus lent an In spiration to the occasion both in melody and pathos. Every year, these musical features grow In ex cellency and skill as evinced in the training and the acquireneut of those taking part Tho orations delivered by the graduates were delivered without fault, but with unusual clear ness and force. The sentences -were well rendered and appreciated. The Class as a whole deserves special mention and congratulations. The first feature of the splendid program was the chorus of the High School Chorus which was rendered with touching effect in melody and dulcet, roveallng the marvelous pow ers of the young people in musical attainment. The selection was from the Redemption. Prayer was said by Rev. Mcllveen, the assistant pastor of ' the Macedonia Baptl.st Church, followed by a double selection, the first, Negro Folk song, and the second Bridal Chorus-Cowu, Double Sex tette. Oration and "Salutatory, ' "An Industrial Education, a "National As set," Esmeralda Walker. Miss Walker reviewed the whole range, of the working of Industrial Education and 'made a plea for Its .continuation, setting forth its' real worth to the nation. The musical Tornado Ver di's II Trovatore Veasle, was exe cuted by the High School Chorus. "The Procrastinator" was made a theme by Miss Inez Foster, who pic tured this indlvdual as worthless and bleeding from his wounds. Miss Mary Bolle Wakefield handled the subject of 'Woman, a Factor in the Development of Nation'" in such a manner as to jrain the prolonged ap plause and hearty, appreciation. "Sweet Miss Mary," a musical se lection "Last Night," Edith Y. Rob effect by the Girls' Semi-Chorus Glee Club, followed an oration, "The Man of Today,", spoken by Ray A. Deere, who did honor to the class and to thfi occasion. Mr. Ray contrasted the men of ancient time with the men of modern time with telling effect. "The Real Wealth of a Nation" was narrated by Florence Louise Harll'-.e, with unique delineation ; in which the chastity, the piety, the kindness and the virture of the mothers of the nation were stressed as the real wealth of the nation. The Boys' Glee Club sang as a musiral se lection "Last Night. Edith Y. Rob erts waa the class Valedictorian and made "America, the Open Door" a basis for an excellent oration in which she contrasted China and the countries of the Orient with- the American Progressive idea, of free speoch and. liberty. "On the Deep" was sung by the High. School Chorus. By request, Kellough Jefferson, the young noted soloist, sang a selection from (Dunbar-Johnson) and was en cored. This concluded, Vice-President. D. Russell, of the Board of Education delivered diplomas to the following composing the graduating class: Gunby Davis, Cleopheua O. Gist Charles Nicholson, Jas..H. Williams Inez Foster, Edith L. Roberts, Ray A. Deere, George A. Lane, A. D. Steward, Beatrice Cowan, Florence Louise Harllee, Esmeralda Walker, Mary Belle Wakefield. The Motto of the class, "We promise to be tro phies that will Never die." Presentation Flower. Mrs. Ella B. Moore of The Park Theatre presented each member of the class with a beaut'.ful bouquet, the red to the boys, and the white to tho girls. The prize for oratory, went to R. A. Deere, awarded by Dr. Shields, the honorable mention, Wil liams and Gist, Lauretta Johnson re ceived the prize offered by Hrs. Helen Maxwell, for Domestic Science- Dr, Kimble made brief addresses be fore the 'graduates. Mr. Russell urged the graduates to enter, col leges and return as teachers as there would be openings for themin the city public schools. Madam J C. Frazier, acting ' principal, stated that their principal. Prof. C. P. Carr had been prevented from being pres ent on account of Illness. Class Day Exercises. The Class Day exercises were held on Friday evening, the 28th ,nt Bethel A. M. E. Church when the following took part: Music High School Orchestra; Invocation Dr. J. H. Smith; Clarinet Solo Cleop- heus Gist; Oration "The oPwer of a Generation," James H. Williams Oration "Personal Efficiency," Gunby Davis; Music "On the Restless Sea," Girls' Glee Clubi Oration "Labor the Blessing of Life." A. D- Stewart Oration "Ideals Make the Man," George A. Lane; Music "Nightale.1 Estella Roberson; Oration "Individ ual Responsibility." Charles Nichols; Music "Honey Town',. Boys Glee Club: Oration "An' Invincible De termination, Cleopheus G. Gist; Music "LI1 Gal," Bunbar-Johnson Kellough Jefferson; Oration "Trans forming Power of High Iedals," Be atrice Cowan; Music "Good-Bye," Ella Mae Smith, followed by presen tation of prizes. lawalaiirente Sermon nt New Hope. On Sunday morning the Bacealnu- reto Sermon' whs preached at the New Hope Baptist Church by Dr. A. S. Jackson, who made his theme for the graduates,"What Is Your Life?" Said he, "I bring you this morning upon this view of life thai Is an answer to tho call of God Human Life has a Call from God. We have much information from the Physiologist as to what is life, the Psychologist and the Theologian have endeavored to answer the question God's Call has often been a signal for special human parts, in earner times for Moses, Abraham, Samuel, and Saul. In modern times, Joan of Arc. But there is generally a call by conscience, by human needs The Call of God appeals to the best In us, the elements of dWnity, the broken fellowship the fhlghest self love, not the demand of the Imperial Master, but a Father's Love, who plans and seeks our happiness here and bliss hereafter, out of the ser vice He ordains that we may ren Make your skin bright, healthy and beautiful A. smooth, dear complexion of delicate softness, free from blemishes org blackheads, is indica tive of inteUiient care and refinement - The Dr. Fred Palmer method of beauty treatment, if used with regularity, promises a reward that will warrant iU systematic use. 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FRED SiMITEHER PALMER'S '' PREPARATIONS dor Him. He continued. God's Call is Universal, but He individualizes it We have magnified the Call to the Gospel ministry, but we have little magnified to the other parts of the great work of human life. It should be the chief concern to an swer well, the answers of eve... will be affirmative or negative, for there can be no mid-answer to' the Call of God which repay we must receive to decide our career in life, herein lies the contrast in human life they are either like sh'ps that sail or ships that sink. Hear what Carlysle says about life: "Life is a little gleam of time between two eternities; Goathe says that it 4s the childhood of Immortality, and some one has said that Life is a querry out of which we are to carve character.' Life is a Journey, not a home, a road, not a city of habita tion, and the enjoyments we have are but little ends on the road of life where .we may be refreshed for a moment that we may with new strength press on toward the end." Take these little illustrations, my young friends, with you as you go forth into the activity of life.. Gifts From Parents and Friends. Many valuable gifts were given by parents and friends of the graduates. Money, - watches, chains, fountain pens, wearing apparels; ' one girl receiving fifty dollars in cold cash. Now it Is hoped that each graduate will enter some higher institution of learning and make life worth while, . . i ffffTTfTTftfTTTTfT TEXASTOWN Lufkln, Feb. 3. Lufkln Lucky Ward School has bought a high grade piano and all rooms sufficiently supplied and a required amount of money on hand to pay for a water fountain. It has been said among some of the leading citizens of the city that the women teachers have done a greater work for the school than the men, under 'the administration of Mrs. J. V. Penson, principal, Mrs. M. L. Gar rett, Mrs. Minnie B. Johnson, Mrs. Viola Williams. The absence-of Mrs. S. W. Booker, who left the city Dec. 20, 1921 for St. Louis, Mo., far an indefinite stay left a decided vacancy in the city and her church. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Starks of Trinity is in the city, located at 505 Lining St. One of the most interestting dinners of the season was had at the First Baptist Church Sunday. Jan. . 22 of which Rev. J. J. James is pastor. Services were good day and night. Itasca, .Feb. 3 Sunday School at Bethlehem Baptist Church was good Sunday morning. On time and well prepared lessons is the slogan. Al though the pastor was somewhat in dlspoed, yet he preached two power ful sermons day and night. B. Y. P. U- held a splendid session. The con test between the four groups was alright. Section 4, Miss Ozoll Hut son, Supt., was victorious thereby receiving the Dallas Express for three weeks. Rev. George W. Burton and Bro. F. M. McGinnis were in Fort Worth, the greater part of last week. They were attending the As sociational Board of the North Texas District. They reported a great meeting.- Mr. Riley Freeman of Dallas is in the city looking after his home here. Miss Evelyn Connor and aunt, Mrs. Catherine Shaw spent Sunday in Hillsboro. Mrs. .R. L. Scott ac companied her daughter. Vera, to Waco Saturday night Miss Vera re turns to C. T. College having had to leave on account of illness. Mr. Nathaniel Standifer visited his sister, Marselle, also in Central Texas Col lege. Mrs. Belle Norman and daugh ter, Lily returned from Valley Mills TO THE J I m COLORED CITIZENS -OF- mimr Dallas, Texas. Our traveling representatives have been late in reach ing your town and we doubt if they will be able to see you before our books close on Feb. 10th. This advertise ment, therefore, is to give yu yur friends and business associates an rmnortunitv to share in the honor of being amongst the organizers of this, the greatest movement in uoiorea nistory. - Organized Finance is the Power ruling the World to day. Without orgranizedJinan.ee no people can develop com mon respect, protect their interests or secure a proper share in the prosperity of the country. The very centre of organized finance is the Stock Exchange. The Harlem Stock Exchange will provide a market where the stocks Colored people have invested in can be sold or a loan oecured on Bame. It will encourage enter prise and protect investors agains sellers of worthless stocks. Further, it will train men of our race in the arts of finance and trading, and provide a direct market for products of Colored origin. Shares in the Exchange at present sell at $5.00 per share for either the 8 per cent preferred stock or the com mon Rtor.k. Aa the Exchange crets its income from com missions on the sale and purchase of stock, brokers dues, ' charges lor listing, etc., it runs no Dusiness risKs. wiuiat, therefore, you are guaranteed a dividend of 8 per cent yearly, no doubt the dividends will be much larger, thus making this investment one of the safest and most profit able ever offered our race. Branches of the Exchange are being established in several cities having large Colored populations. The Phil adelphia branch is run under the auspices, of a syndicate headed by B. Gale, (the well known promoter), E. C. Brown and A. F. Stevens, (the great bankers), etc. We want all the best minds amongst Colored peopleto be behind this movement and, therefore, urge your for warding subscription blank below along with remittance without delay. HARLEM STOCK EXCHANGE, 240 Broadway, v New York City, Mti- I hereby subscribe 16'. shares of 8 per cent preferred and - shares of common stock of the Harlem Stocjt Exchange at $5.00 per share and en close, you $ to cover subscription. til 51 H i1 r n r a I y r AA. MM M bSBW .It II ;;y 4 Address- !7 II I -1 U M afl . Si SOUTHS FINEST COLORED SHOW . COURTESY COMFORT QUAMTY SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY, FEB. 5TH PAULINE FREDERICK in "MADAM F The dramatic treat of the season No advance in prices SUNDAY " ' WILLIAM S. HART in "APOSTLE OF VENGEANCE" A real Hart feature that Is far above the ordinary. BUSTER KEATON in . "NEIGHBORS" A comedy par excellent ' . , MONDAY- JACK DEMPSEY in DAREDEVIL JACK" (Episode No. 14) FRITZIE RIDGEWAY in "FORBIDDEN SOIL" CHARLES CHAPLIN in "EASY STREET" Both have things well in hand. The quarter was a success both spirit ually and financially. The church seems to have new life under the leadership of Dr. Jones as our pas tor. He is one among the strong ministers of the Northeast Texas Conference. We are planning to repair, paper and paint New Bethel, build at Sal ters Chapel, repair Mose Station. We are on a drive and with the plans laid down by our chieftain, Dr. Jones and his amiable wife, we are bound to succeed. Dr. Jones preached the openinc sermon for Rev. Armstrong at his new church at Morris Springs on the fourth Sunday. Success to Rev. Armstrong. Dr. Jones' choir sang as never before. Success to New Bethel's, choir. Our District Supt of A. C. E. U made a timely lecture. Bro. C. S. Smith, Rev. Jones, of P. C. has been ill since his arr'val to his new work, but improving amid the showers of rain on Jan. 28th. A shower of blessings of good things Rent tn his door. At the crate an Saturday. Mr. O. G. Winn and niece, alarm was a sweet song, "Open the Miss Bonham, came in Friday morn ing. Mrs. Hattie Phillips from Wich ita Falls came in tonight In answer to a telegram to see her nephew. Mrs. McGinnis has been indisposed during this week. Mr. Gus Brown and -Grandmother Oliver are still ill. The Old Folk Concert was a success Thursday night. The pro ceeds for the purchase of fuel for the Kindergarten School. Bro. Jones of Grandview was here Friday, and set up the Eastern Star' quite a few ladies enrolled. Door." As they passed around the house once, they began singing "Bringing In the Sheaves." The surprise came in about 10:30 or 11 his early manhood and settled in Dallas. He was married to Miss Charity Rutherford of Mexla, Texas, and to their happy union nine child ren were born, six of whom are surviving, three boys and three girls, Mrs. Frances Lashay, Mrs. Mickie Record . and Mrs. Lillie Biggins, daughters; BUUe, Lewis and Sam Jr., George, all living in Dallas and were at the bedside when the final end came. Rev. George was a useful servant in his religious activities and became more or less famous in carrying the message to those unfortunate victims confined in the County Jail. Every Sunday he would preach to the prisoners many of whom accepted Christ as their Savior. . It was his' appealing messages that brought Burl Oats, Bubber Roberson Ed Long, John Roblnsop and other noted victims to the fold of Chrlstian- ty during their remaining days on earth, and who later with their lives paid the supreme penalty on the gal lows as a remission for their crime. Rev. George was a momber of St. John Primitive Baptist Church and sirviving him is a wife, six children and two brothers. ' Funeral services were held Monday It was sweet to be awakened evening at the above named church h p. m. with so many different voices. Many ; at 2 o'clock. Burial was made in hand shakes and songs of welcome Woodlawn Ccmf tery later In the af by the family. Remarks were made ternoon. by Mr. C. S. Smith, Master of Cere- OKLAHO.UA towns. McAlester, Feb. 3.-Th'e Holiness Church now carries on a revival. The N. A. A. C. P. met at the M. E. Church Sunday, Rev. W. R. Jackson, president Several interesting sub jects were discussed. Mrs. Thomas of Kansas, who has been visiting her mother, Mr. Harris, leaves soon. Mr. James Grayson who has been em ployed at the Grander Leader Dry Goods Store for over 14 years met with an accident last week that caused his leg to be amputated. Mr. Grayson is now in All Saint's Hos pital doing fairly well. Mr. Watts of Missouri was a visitor in our city Sunday. Charlie Walker. Negro kill ed a white man last July In the State prison, was convicted to be electro cuted. Miss Geneva R. Layne took her Basket-Bali team monies. Response by Rev. Dr. Jones filled each heart with pictures of better living. We left singing "Call ing the Prodigal. H We will return again ''with . greater things. There were tweuty-flve couples In all who brought all kinds of groceries and a load of wood. MISS NOXA JKSSIE VAULTZ GIVES PIANO RECITAL. Do You Know Our Artists! It Is Time We Were Learning Them. Does Dallas know what talent her citizens have, or does any oue know the real intelligent --persons among the black .people, or do these peo ple know themselves? -We know the talent and power of others, we ad mire others, we talk of others, we sing their praise, we laud them, we admire them and this Is right; and now comes the times - when charity should occasionally begin at i r.0,.i I home and at home with Mss Nona Okla., last Friday McAIester won 16 Jefi8l ' Vaultz. I wish to, speak of to 4. Many patrons and school J7,' "s" "'V'1," children accompanied the team. Mr. I lns, evening inapei nurcn lasi Jim Hendricks spent the week-end i , f J .;... with his family. Mrs. Annie Neal ! 8he, bee2 advertised as a specl and Mrs. Adams are ill this week. , ,an.d had been know? that she Dr. Chas. Steward of Chicago, IH.,ina",0Q irom kussib or rrom iia.y, was in the city last week and made!wnat a great treat every one would an interesting lecture tn the child- J be would miss should he not ren of the High School. ' be Permitted to hear the artist. But. ti uw i-umt'H lti'a vauiu ui uur uwii J,awtn, 'eb. i. bunaay was a.itv. with the nowers of entertalnlne. nign aay ai uawiee uapiiNi unurcn. Sunday School was quite a success. Rev. Boone preached at '3 o'clock a wonderful sermon. Rev. Wormly preached at night services any Nor strong sermon. Mrs. Clarence Wood made a flying trip to Oklahoma City Saturday. Mr. J. W. Ray is improv ing right along. If he continues to Improve he will be able' to visit his place of business. His friends wll' find him at 8 D. street Mrs. Bertha Floyd and Mrs. Evelyn , West from Dallas are here at the bedside of their grand mother, Mrs. Mattle Weathlcy who is still Improving. Rev. Spears of Hennessey, Okla., is running a ton days revival at Beth lehem Baptist Church. He Is giving the devil a great chase. Many have been added to the church. Collection for Sunday was $73-45. Rev. Boone was at his post Sunday. Services were good all day. Rev. Boone by way and action has said "I am going to carry Barnett Chapel over the top." May God bless you all. Card of Thanks. To the Pastor and Members of St. John Primitive Baptist Church, Officers and Members of the Royal Family Lodge, and to our many Friends: We take this method of thanking you for your loyalty and faithfulness during the illness and death of our beloved one. Rev. Sam George. ' Also for the beautiful floral offerings. Your most appreciated kindness will be written upon the table of our memory and love. We remain, Respectfully, , Mrs. Charity George. Wife. Mr. Billie George, Son. Mr. Lewis George, Son. Mr. Sam George, Jr.. Son. Mrs. Frances Lash(, Daughter. Mrs. Mickie Record. Daughter. Mrs. Lillie Biggins. Daughter. OF. AKSTK0NG BREAKS RECORD. CONGREGATION DELIGHTED WTilT THEIR PASTOR AND FAMILY AND PRESIDING ELDER. Larue, Texas, Feb. 3. Our first ntiarterly conference" of the Tyler District, Rev. W. O- Boyd, D. I)., P. E. and Rev. L. A. Jones, D D., P C. amusing, while manipulating the keys of the piano deftly like the masters from across the seas and the artists of the world wide fame. How sadly would he have been . disappointed not to have heard the master. This Is being said to sav that the real master was at the Chap-1 last Thursdy evening when Miss Vaultz gave the splendid piano recital going through the gamut of the artist that she Is, and In the preiientation of the master works of the most diffi cult selections in her renditions The piano was made to imitate the muttering thunders, the raging bat tle of the god of war, the soft drip pings of the rain, the twitter of the sparrow, or the sweet and mellow voices heard on the lake of lovers beneath the- beaming- moon and light of the stars on a fair night. It may be interesting to many to note that on the 26th Instant, Dr. S. V. Armstrong, living out on White Rock, near Alpha, broke the record when he butchered the largest hog that was ever known to be slaughter ed for domestic purposes In all the county round about. This hog. whose name was "Bill," weighed between six and seven hun dred pounds gross weight net 530 pounds. His hei.d when severed fiom the body weighed 63 nounds 1.1s hams weighed M 1-2 pounds, He produced a little better than 20 gal lons of lard. Each foot weighed two pounds. . This hog was about 2 years old and belonged to the Poland China family. BAPTIST MINISTER PASSES. Lay Down Harrow and Hoe Ac-epted Faithful Reward.' anil Rev. Samuel George, an infiuenclal and a pioneer Dallas citizen, died at his home 1709 Lattlmer street, Sat urday at 7 a. in., of pneumonia. Rev. George was at the time o' his death 64 years of age; he war born in'1 Arkansas, came to Texas in Of r'nii.. lon. the vorld', brst a'r grower, tralghtener nd teautlfier. Vrlte for free ample box and for your V'lf. Good for ill balr and calp troubles, eBtorei faded hair. Can be ined without hot Irons. Full lo box, 57c; Six weeka' full treatment 11.82 ,5 post paid. '-Complete hair dressing Course 11.00. We supply our cueto- mern and students with best grade straiirh tfn.nor Irons, combs and heat ng stoves at wholesale. We are sole distributors of MMK. DeVlKNK'S I-' HUNCH I1EAUTT COURSE. WJP.ITB I OH SAMPi.K. CHEOMNK SITPI'LV COMPANY, Mali Order Dept. I.o. k llox Till, Sua Antonio. Texas. - ' i TUESDAY . v . ANTONIO MORENO in "THE INVISIBLE HAND" (Episode No. 4) A return engagement by the request of many of our patrons of 'THE DEVIL TO PAY" ' Featuring Roy Stcart and Robt. McKeln y WEDNESDAY- RUTH ROLAND in , TIGERS TRAIL" Episide No. 12) HARRY MYERS in "TltODEN VEXGEAXCE" Also a Nutty Comedy "SQUIRREL TIME THURSDAY- ALICE LAKE in "BODY AND SOUL" A story for every .man, woman and child WILLIAM DUNCAN in "THE SILENT AVENGER" v . ,- , (Episode No. 9) ; FRIDAY PEARL WHITE in 'THE BLACK SECRET" (Episode No. 15) ..""" See the whirl wind finish of this exciting serial HOOT GIBSON in ."A MAN WITH A PUNCH" A combination that can't be beat also "HEALTHY AND HAPPY" ..... 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He will visit Highland Park and the neighboring additions soon Be sure to subscribe whei Le calls. Phone H. met.