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aSSSJoUSSSiSSKiS) ;3 MtX THE DAlitiAS KXPRKS8, PAMPAS, TKXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1P22. I TP the rmxciiss art club. The ladles of the Princess Art Club entertained their husbands with a few invited guest on Thursday evening, Doc. 29th, the lovely home of the president, Mrs. O. G. Love. A short program was rendered. Miss Annie Mae Covington presided at the piano while Master Lanzie de mons accompanied with his violin. A lovely display of art work was on exhibition. A guessing Bee was one of the features of the evening. Mrs. Clemmons guessed nearest the lucky number and was the recipient of a lovely prize. Other social games were, played while the punch bowl was being steadily relieved of Its contents. A doliclous two course luncheon was served. Everyone expressed themselves as having enjoyed the evening. Mrs. O. G. Love, Pres. Mrs. 8. M. Brown, Rept. COKTICKLLI ART CLUB. Mrs. Pearl Isaacs was hostess to the Corticelll Art Club Wednesday, Dec. 27, 1921. A goodly number was present. The evening was spent in various amusements. The hostess presented each mem ber with a new year's greoting. The hostess served a salad course. The club then adojurned to meet with Mrs. Lane, Monday. Jan. 9, 1922 at 3616 Thomas avenue. The Corticelll Art Club entertain ed its members and their guests with a German, Monday morning from 12:30 to 5:00 o'clock at the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pettigrew of Wheatley Place. The house was elaborately deco rated with holly, mistle toe and poinsettiaa. chains of mistle toe and holly hung from the light, a lattice of foliage hung between the dining room and living room, giving a very feBtlve appearance. Music was furnished for dancing by a 3-piece orchestra. In the wee sma' hours of morn ing, refreshments were served. Each guest departed expressing themselves as having had a delight ful time. Mrs. K. K. Lane, Pres. Mrs. C. M. George, Reporter. THK W. W. W. ART CLUB. The club met Tuesday with Mrs. Brown with eleven members pres ent after the usual opening plans were completed for the Art Exhibi tion to be given Friday night at the residence of Mrs. Moten, next was the election of officer which was as follows"! Mrs. W. K. Kyles, pres ident; Mrs. Mack Johnson, vice president; Mrs. J. N. Brown, sec retary; Mrs. .Edith Moten, asst. sec retary; Mrs. C. R. Proctor, treas. Mrs. Douglass Chambers, critic; Miss Naomi Rainey, reporter; Mrs. Hugh Banks and Mrs. Eddie Lewis, two of our former members were very pleasant visitors, both com mending the club and wishing It a nrosnerous nev.- year. Each member NINTH WARD I'RISCILLA ART CLUIJ. This club entertained with a ban quet Friday, Dec. 30th, 1921 at the home -of Mr. and Mrs. Roby Wil liams at their -spacious home on East Eight and Cliff streets. Mrs. Williams' home was very beautifully decorated with holly mistle toe, and other Xmas decora tions were effectively used through out the house. A most interesting 'program was rendered, each number was befit tingly rendered. The address given by the president was a master-piece, she Bpoke of the principles and the purpose upon which the club was founded and fostered. The address was interesting and full of Information after which she presented epch member with a book as a gift. Following the program a menu of chicken salad, . crackers, punch, cream and cake were served. Music was furnished throughout the evening. Mrs. E. B. Williams, Pres. Mrs. B. E. Travenio, Report. DUXRAR CLUB ENTERTAINS WITH DANCE FOR CLUB MEMBER8 ONLY. On Friday night, Dec. 30th the Dunbar Social Club entertained a number of Jolly young people with a dance at the Pythian dance ball. The out of town guests present were Mr. Richard Watson, Ardmore. Okla., Miss Marie J. Starks, Den ver, Colo., Mr. Fredie Frazier, Chi cago and Mr. Maurice Orman, Chic ago. A delicious menu was served con sisting . of turkey, sandwich, hot chocolate with whipped cream and candy. Music was furnished by the Flori da Jazz-orctiestra. Every one present enjoyed 8 pleasant evening. The Dunbar Social .Club is all Hmlle's these days after having en loyed a very pleasant Xmas and being so highly entnrtained by out of town clubs and themselves. The social event given by the club on the 30th of December and wub one of the most complete af fairs that has ever been given by the club. Of course there was none of the things that helped to make this affair stand out as superior. over all other arrairs given mat have been given that was the con dition of the place that is it was i given in the building was large and i very neatly arranged. We had all begun to think that all the turkeys had been killed, but were soon reminded that there were a few purchased by the club when we begin to partake of those un earing sandwltches called them by this name because they sure hit the spot. The chocolate and candies served was also worthy of praise. FORMAL DANCE GIVEN BY THE IDLEWILD SOCIAL CLUB. One of the most popular dances also resolved to strive to make this during the holidays was given by club the leading one of Its kind. Ajthe Idlew.ld Social Cub Thursday delicious repast was servea ana we " "" . . ........ HnrtpH .n moPt next Tuesday with! The hall room was artistically x) Miss Ida Mae Anderson. 3315 Fuqua decorated, carrying out the yuietlde slreet suggestions. Mrs. W. K. Kyles, Pres. I At ten o'clock the grand march Miss Naomi Iiainey, Rept. began led by Mr. and Mrs. J. H . , . r.,,nitl. ion i Bills. During the march paper Tyler. St. Louis C1 caps and dance programs were dis an electric storm and a ver y heavy i down-pour 0f rain followed by some or mo,e U- Johnson.B imperial very cold weather. . Still Sunday 0rcne8tra furnished harmonies school was well attended in spiteof Hlinln Manv out of town vla. f th a vonthAr I HO " " the Inclemency of the weather. The W. H. M. S., met in the afternoon. The regular routing of business was taken up and disposed of, with much interest. The president pre sented in a logical way the financial condition. A 25 cent rally was then planned. Mr. J. B. Brooks and Miss Pearl Banks were united in matri mony on the 24th of December. The entire community joins in wishes of happiness for the contracting parties Mr. Simmons (white) mall carrier on Rte. No. 8. through St. Louis, Community was thrown from his car and killed Saturday night, De- Itors were present The Idlewild club being one of the oldest social clubs in the city Is well known for its social func tions. In the wee hours of morn each went home after having a jovial time that will long be re membered with the I. W. S. C. comber 24d. Mr. Simmons was a very pleasant young man and was respected by both races. His un timely death brings sadness to us all. Wedding bells are still ring Oiimiiaiiiiiiniiiioiiimiiimaimmiiiiinniiiiiitmaiiin ra uiiiiiiiiiiimmuiiiiiiiiiinaiiiiimiiiiaiiiiiiimitaiiiiiiil -.l iiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiuiiiiouiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiuiiianiiuiLJ OKLAHOMA TOWN ii lll 33 113 S3 o n a isl in Boa eI Eli I'liiioiiimiiiiiiaiiminimDiiiiiitiiiiiBiiimiiiiHoiinuv.. Iiraiii.'.iiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiioiiii!iiiiiiiniMimiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiif.T: UIDIHI"IIIIOIIIIIIIIIUIDIIIIIIIIIIIiailllllllllllBllti...ifiJ McAlcbter, Jan. 5. Mr. Wilbert Pittman and Lorenzo Pittman of Oklahoma City were in the city on business last week. Mr. Norman Whittaker of Mexico and his Bisters, Madams Todd and Shepherd of Okla homa City, spent Christmas with their mother, Mrs. Ellen Whit.-ker. Mrs. Lulu McCoy and little daugh ter, Clementine of Los Angeles, . Cal.. who have been visiting their uncles, V.". L. and C. Lane left Mon day night for Kansas City en route home. Mrs. R. A. Hudson of Kan sas City, is spending holidays with her daughter, Mrs. T. B. Lane. Mr. and Mrs Grant of Oklahoma City was the guest of Mrs. Mary Adams. Mr. Grant's mother, Miss Cornea lla Graves spent new year in Mus kogee. Mrs. Brown's mother of Has kell is spending a Uiw days with her.. There were Xmas trees at all of the schools, which were enjoyed by all of the children. The Mothers clubs of all ward are certainly In terested in th'i children. Miss Hat tie Keeler, wlio was operate ! on at All-Saints Hospital, is now up and doing nicely. Mr. Jno. Batson. who was operated on at AU-Salnts Hos- son, Exzetta Walker and Dorothy Williams, Messrs. Herbert Jackson, Sylvester Sparks, Theo. Stephens, Richard Hawkins and W. T. War ren. Miss Ellen M. Watrous spent the holidays with relatives in Fort Worth. The high school at Cheek, Okla., celebrated Christmas day with a Xma.'v dinner. A large number attended the dinner from Ardmore an reported it a grand affair Prof. C. D. Batcholor Bpnt the holidays in Muskogee, Okla. Mr. W. T. Warren has returned from a tour of .Texas. Mr. Warren had ap portuuity of attending a social in Gainesville. Texas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones on Muller street. A live course luncheon was served. (Salted peanuts, candy hearts, sliced apple, oranges and peppermint candy). Friends of Miss L. P. Pruitt were greatly surprised when they received an announce ment of her mii.rrn.ge to Mr. James R. Green, (July 27, 1921) of Hope Ark. Mrs. Gieen Is the domestic science and art instructor of Dou glass high school. Mr., Green Is suc cessful mechanic in Hope. We wish for them' a successful career. Miss Gladys Curry entertained a number of her friends Tuesday night In honor of Misses Sparks and Jackson. Mr. Willie Franklin V 1 IP . jXi (0) Ch iCa lEi) eE) I . v iCa A SHORT cut to business success is to tell people you have something they want, tell them it is good and economi cal, tell them you are anxious to serve them in every way. Tell them in the "Dallas Express" who and where yoii are, and they will respond with their patronage. 'DALLAS EXPRESS" ADVERTISING IS MAGICAL IN ITS EFFECT But while the returns from "Dallas Express" advertisements seem magical, the magician 1b Old Man Common Sense. The "Dallas Express" circulates among 30,000 Dallas readers, many of whom are not your regular patrons. To these readers who already deal with you, you can tell of new at tractions, remind them of your service and deepen the foundation of their pood will. To the many readers who are not your patrons you can make your service known in a way that will persuade a solid percentage to add them selves continually to your group of patrons. Tell your story In the "Dallas Express"! Tell it in a large, bold, attractive way! Give 50,000 people a chance to know you. Or, let our own job printing department handle your advertisements, so that you can send them direct to prospective customers. I ill! 2600 Swiss Ave., Dallas, Texas TELEPHONE HASKEL 5761. KM 3W 353 3S5 EH 3S2 3S3 5 tin i aSi Alii lav 52 S3 . 1 S3 a 5 as , j a; I as: i a a; as; 1 a; aj ai S5KKSSS?ySlKSK lect "My Birth Right." At night he day night. Prof. Wm. H. Parker of rum continue.8 to grow In Interest l-JoH another nnl Htlrrine ser- Missouri, who is soon to become a a:d membership. The subject of preached another soul stirring ser- rf Lawton devered one of Un ag Wha, mon to a packed house. The com- h, famou8 lectures here at the " " " . n ,. Pmm,,,IV munion was administered to a large Bethlehem Baptist charch last week. Can I do to Better the Com-nunl y audience. Bennett Chapel is taking He wag aRked t0 repeat this effort in 1922?" Quito a few took part in on new life, under their new pas- , tho . M R rhnrrh. The mihler.t tht HsriKion. The J. B. Watson la tor. An emancipation program will iJtnro i "Ahilitv. Education. i m,.,,ii, i. spenuing a lew aays in luiaa. nir. . ..-r, . irining ana jw.eauerHuip lawjui , . . .. n..,.., bu;,, (.. and Mrs. John Henry Crisp enter- of Mrs. Lula B. Moore. Mr and Parker bla contemplating on touring f Brh"nfheBf. f0n,g'X tained Mrs. Crisps' sisters with a Mrs. Tom Howland of Fort Worth. , tne futnre on a ,ecture eily 1 by the f.lliot broth new years dinner Sunday. Misses Te.-as. are here spending a few days our. This son of Texas once lived " ! SL8 nrOIrraS was Wade and Watson spent the holi- with Mr. Rowland's mother. Mrs. at CaIvert for about 29 years from P"n hc.evleb'a' 5 ind..P Mt ow days very pleasant in Guthrie, Lang- Margaret Howland. and sisters and there ne re.entered college to com- Qtn ..nvMnM niv niri Tho brothers. Also Mr. and Mrs. Tom v,Io oH,tinn. Presbyterian church Sunday evening . . "'Vl v..w. 1 . a I . . II . ' - I .jik nl r, hnioi nfnrfro v Thov pital is getting along nicely and Bi-annual family reunion dinner of . Ciaric are over 10 visit ineir moin-, , ..u ... - " - will soon be home. Drs. Gray and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walker was er, Mrs. Howland. Mr. and Mrs., Okmulgee, Jan. 6 Several fam- were honored with qui to a repre Mum performed the operation. 0ne of the special features during Jem Howland motored to Duncan, I HlM of this section checked out for 7-Vi,a fn of Okla.. Jan. Th. ZSfJVSAS churches of the city were well at- fmer'" 2q Y ..lnrtrsaay even Lassed off with few accidents and Mr. F. Pavillette of Proston is lead- er an force. The duet by the Pet tended Sunday t all services. Sun- U M w'tBOn ..,rP(1 tha 1 many social functions. Mr. and Mrs. er "f this movement. Five families tiford children and the solo by Miss rfav heinir a new year all members ,','! ..... " Arthur Houston entei tained the fol- comprlslne about 25 people made Staulz of New Orleans, La., are to seemed to have taken a new de- wertnesdav nleht , lowing guests at d'nner: Mr. and up the departing party. Mr. W. R. have special menh n as they swept termination. Mr. Ed. McKenney of , lu""" , pn.'t" f-'j . Ilm. Mrs. Thornton Green, Mr. Joe Ca- Wilson of East McLeggon street, re- the audience by surprise and amaze-1 TUlSa. Spent Alliaa Willi u" u-, fHon.la MnnJ.v sflnrnnnn ruiiJ, lr. Blia ivira. milium Diiuw- lUllieu irum Wtti;u, icah, H.nu uiuci uieui, ne.re. miss xuiulu , m .u.uu . KRIKNDSHIV CHARITY CLMI. , Friendship Charity Club No. 2, met with Mrs. Lena Gardner Jones. 1716 Hall street. The Misses Hous tons and Mr. N. B. Elliott weie very pleasant visitors. Several per son were aided vhich added to their Christmas gift. Was pleased to have Mr. Jno. omith as a new member added to the club. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Jas. taught by the teacher, Mn El Curtis The night that was named for the entertainment was changed to Tues day night. Music will be furnished by the band. 1 THK JOY SHOW. "A factitious feast of frolic and frivolity" is the way the manage ra L. Turner, 2906 Thomas avenue, 0f the Famous Georgia Minstrels an- Jan. 5. 1922. MRS. M. B. BRIGGS, Pres. MItS.'D. RIDDLE, Rept. THK WHEATLHY COMMUNITY MISSION. The Whestley Community Missi m Those who are responsible met with Mrs. Wm. H. Anderson, a four course luncheon Monday af t.eroA'n in honor of Messrs. Her bert JaTison and Sylvester Sparks. Thnm. nrerent were Misses Alnia Crisp, Gladys. Curry, Winifred Jack- preached Hih a i,,nchnon Mr b ? i Watson Mr- Frank Houston, Mrs. Sarah points In Texas, Thursday. Judge! for this program are to be highly 3535 Meyer- street with President V" hiiMiivitn naii'an Snowton. Emancipation celebration D. J. Wallace was called to Ada, ' commended for their efforts. For L. A. Johnson, presiding after the "I""" ",c " ' 1 uiicvo. . .Ti..n.a Cinrfav .hnl nnJ C.mln.. Vfloa ' Vmn, (notr wnt'A lmiMd with HllCCeHn. ronnrta m.rai hoord (mm thV Idiwton, Jan. 5. Sunday morning n. Y. P. U.. was well attended at Dean BDent the week end a guest of Col. Roscoe Conklin Simmons will committee. th lesson was discussed pastor Rhone of the A. M. E. church Galilee Baptist church. Rev. Doug- Misses WilHe and Rosa McGowan appear at the First Baptist church from 13th Chapter of Matthews, he ft womerrui sermon, bud- las preached a stirring sermon Sun- of Tulsa. The Sunday evening fc-j Thursday, January sm. inuu saiut ginning at zist verse, which was jnounce their coming to the City Hall Auditorium, Friday night,' 'an. 13. The company numbers over for'v people and these sons of joy will be seen In an etaborate production of up to date minstrelsy aad vaudeville. The stage settings and wardrobe be ing compared to a spectacular pro duction. The musi'. both lnstriaen tal and vocal beipg a prominent feature with the company, and the years this attraction has been before the public has given the management ample opportunity to study tho pub lic taste. '