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THK DAM, AS EXPRESS, PAMAB, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAT , 1022.
t'AGSI FTP a Texas Athens. Inspite of heavy rain Sun. day service were good at the A. M. E. church, all other being out of town. At 11 o'clock. Rev. C. H. Pugh of the A. M. E. church delivered a oul stirring sermon, many were made to rejoice. At 8 p. m. another power ful sermon, purely he must be a man of God. The Sunday School of the A. M. E. church is proteasing nicely under the leadership of Mm. Anna Robinson, the efficient Superintendent. The senior and Excelsior Junior and Husy lieo choir with Mrs. Laura H. Miller, aa pianist ia making rapid progress. Miss Novella llrooks of Kaufman, returned home after spend, ing two weeks with Miss Lela l,ewls, accompanied home by Miss Lewis for a few days' visit. Miss Otolee Morgan returned home after a few days' visit In Tyler with relatives. Mrs. Elsie liarker died after a lingering illness. She leaves a husband .three brothers and a host of children and relatives to mourn her lost. Mineral servioes held from Wards Chapel of which she was a faithful member, also with A. O. of P. and Koyal family honors. Rev. C. H. Pugh of Aliens Chapel, officiated. Mlssea Marslett llaxter. Ber nice and sister Howard spent Sunday at Pine Grove. Miss Ida Punnegan spent Sunday at Givens Creek with Brents. Mr. Cunney Franks and Miss ila Morgan was united in holy ma trimony at the home of the bride. Rev. Hallum officiated. Mrs. Hester Moore of Pallas was called to the bed side of her mother. Mrs. Jerry Pranks, who ia ill., Miss Lossle Givens was called to Sanflat to attend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Basset. Mrs. Hattie Morgan, who has been sick for some times was moved to her old home. La Rue, by her mother. Mrs. Joe Franks. Emma Ttaker and- Laura Felder are able to be out, also Mrs. Henrietta Jordan. Mrs. Frankle Rich, ardson. returned after a week In Fin ns. Services well attended Sunday Rev. A. Snowden, the former pastor of the A. M E. church worshipped with Rev. C. H. Pugh and his people Sunday being water bound from his work. At 11 o'clock, he delivered a strong and short sermon, text 1st verse of the division of the 100 Psalms At 8 p. m.. he preached another pow erful sermon. Many were made to re. Jolce and cried out I know that my redeemer liveth. Two additions to the church. Rev. and Pavls of the church of God returned home after a two weeks toirr, reports a pleasant trip, they also had excellent services throughout the day. At 5 p. m. with Rev. Mrs. Pavls, directress rendered o worthwhile program with her small children. They are now moving Into their new parsonage. Heavy rains caused much damage throughout the country and city. Mr. Wiley Richard son and Mr. KM Lewis made a busi ness trip to Malakoff. Saturday. Mr. Willie Richardson of Kerens was here to see his brothers who Just arrived from California. Miss V. A. Love and Mrs. Minnie Barker, spent Saturday Rnd Sunday In Kaufman. Mrs. Saman. that Pavis. Mrs. Earner 81ms and children, Mr. Hezer Jefferson, Mr. S. H. Hamilton, Mrs. Miller attended the Plstrlct Board at Chandler, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fox Barker, also motored to Chandler, accompan ied by Mrs. Annie Hamlett and Kath arine Miller. Mrs. Eliza Ware and Master Tlbert McPonall returned after visiting relatives In Pallas and Cor sicana. Rev. C. H. Pugh spent two days in Tyler last week on business. Kilmer Mr. J. P. Montgomery. Mrs Marahle and Miss Blanche Smith at tended the District Board at Valley View. Saturday and Sunday. Prof. M. E. Butler of Bishop College return ed to the city with them and gave us some helpful instructions In our H. Y. P. I', work. The closing exer cises of the city school last Friday evening and night were unique. Ten pupils were given certificates of pro motion to the high school department. Mrs. J. B. Hawkins Is convalescent. Little Pelols Johnson entertained sev eral of her little friends Sunday even ing In honor of her 9th birthday. The Christian Mutual Benefit Association Is making nice headway in Gilmer. Keltys. Sunday school good and on time at all the churches. Rev. J. J. James, pastor at First Baptist church baptised two candidates last Sunday. Rev. James has the honor of being the first pastor to baptise in town this year, a number of our people motor ed to Nacogdoches last Sunday to a big meeting of the Holyness people they report a grand time. Mrs. Pen: nle Ham and her Little Juveniles class yave a Juvenile party at the home of Mrs. 8. Banks, she served them with a four-course luncheon and the little folks are overjoyed and re ports a grand time. Mrs. Barn ' is training up her little class in the way they should go and we hope when they get old they will not depart froai her training. Mr. Plneland Moore has opened a nice meat market. Mr. Joe Johnson of Houston Is reported on the sick list. He moved to Hous ton a few years ago. He has lots of relatives and friends here. Crockett Sunday secnirl to be a glooomy day but the Sunday schools were largely attended. Uev. Holman was at his post at 11 a. m. Rev. Alex, ander went out to Hopewell to preach the educational sermon for Prof. D. MeCull nigh and his teachers. Sunday was a Missionary day at St. Andrew's Mr. Eanos King was stricken with paralysis. He is some better at this writing. Mrs. Bettla Scott and moth er, Mrs. 1 Williams left for Fordyce to meet the corpse of Rev. K. L. Scott her husband. Mr. Walter Lomax re ceived a message that his brother and wife were drowned In Pallas In the flood. Mr. Lomax left to Investl. gate the same. Mrs. S. A. Alexander reports a successful tour over her district. Deputy Pace was in town on Friday night visiting the American Woodmen Camp No. 79. A splendid meeting was reported. Mr. V. T. Tlp pett has put a phone In his residence. The W. Kr. Missionary Society will meet every 1st bnd 3rd Fridays of each month. Ladies you are invited to attend these meetings. It needs your cooperation. The societies and churches who have not entertained this tody of sisters, please open your hearts for the cause of Christianity let them In. ' t Mrs. Jane McCullough, one of the old pioneers of tho A. M. E. church died, April 20. She was 85 years old instead of 15 yeara of age. Marshall The Woodman had their , annual Thanl sglvlng sermon preached at llethsaida Baptist church to a nice audience. A nice program was had; interspersed with most excellent music, an excellent sermon. The G. U. O. of U. r. will nave men annual seriuun preached at Ebernexa M. E. church and the 2nd Sunday in May. The An cient Order of Pilgrims will have their annualsermon at Galilee Bap tist, church the Srd Sunday In May. Mr. Zoomte Law has opened a first class caio u y wi nmno wi Is up to date in every respect, has a fine piano, that furnishes excellent music. Mr. Perry Hollands, leading citizen and a porter on the T. and P. Railroad was held up anil robbed of about l5.00. His railroad pass and oth r articles of value, parties were unknown. Rev. Batts did not attend the funeral of Mra. Sallle Hunter, Rev. Bledsoe . and Rice, the attendonts. 'Mrs. Rosle Price, C. Smith and Mr. N. W. Wells Improves very "lowly. Mr. Jno. W. Mann is a little mater. Bishop Collese and Arkansas Baptist col lege crossed bats in two moat ex cellent gamei Bishop taking both games. Arkama College Is known to be one of the best teams In the coun ty, for 7 years ha not lost a game, having played the ibest teams. Mr. N. A. Murphy improves very slowly. Dis trict court is.'ln session. Judg P. O. Beard, on the bench. The grand Jury Is In session. Several indictments found. li ndrrson. The Colored citizens of Henderson will commemorate the IH.'h day at June at Covers, parks with the best base ball iine.un In East Texas, the Colored concert band, the drill company, the four churches. 5 lodges. vVe will give Cod tho pi-iso. Tim Colored high school was closed Imloflnltely Friday. AttI1 28th. non sufficient funds. The Infant, of Mr. Hog .Inekson died wns l-tltl I to res t in the city rem. fry, F'..i 26th. Towns Slick list: Mrs. Lon Ready, Mra. Mary Jones Ready. Recovering: Mrs. pollie Bell, Mrs. Tommle Dixon, Mrs. Mar garet Christa, Mrs. Rena Franklin. Those who returned from East Texas Academy: Miss Dixie C. Jones, Miss Lottie Allen, Mrs. Bertha Walker made a flying trip to Tyler. Mrs. R. B. Myers has completed her cottage. Miss Minnie Lofton will spend two weeks In Tylor. Mrs. Mary Long recently of Texarkana, reads the Express. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, A. Ballinger gave the reporter a big fish dinner. First llnptNt Chore. Number of pupils 81, collection 83.37 Advance class, Hev. J. W. Whitaker, teacher 81.87; Intermediate class, Mr. John Glpson: Class A, Mrs. Minnie Watley; Class B, C. Halmon; Class C. I'heobe Parker. C. M. E. Sunday School opened promptly at 9:30 a. m. religious service conducted by assis tant Supt., Mr. J. W. Berry Cholera 100 scholars; 7 officers. Lessons re viewed by pastor. Hev. 8. Garner. Col lection 83.50. At 11:80 a. m., an able sermon was oeiievered by pastor, sub Ject "Jesus Said in Me Ye Shall have Peace in the World TrUbulatlon." Col. lection 810.05. Rev. Garner leaves for fc-t. Louis, Mo., for General Conference, Mt. Hebron Baptist Church. Fifth Sunday meetlnir was wall at. i aea- introductory sermon. Rev. j Trimbles. Saturday night, a wonderful I Sunday school program as followers, subj3ct"The Need of Christian Edu. cation," Rev. 8. Trimble, Deacon E. I Heal, subject "What Benefit Is Sun day School to the church?" SuibHect "The Duty of a Deacon." A. Hicks and R. T. Hicks. Deacon Simmons of Moth er Zion come to see us with a few brief remarks, which was followed by Mrs. Nellie Trimble and business picKeri up. Home Mission Societies en rolled 20. collection 86.00. Mrs. Emma Sanders, president; Mrs. N. Trimble. Secretary. Cumi-ron. Services were fairly good at all churches Sunday. Revs. Humber and Hughes were at their respective churches. Rev. Nnrrls pastorcd Lights Chapel. Rev. Buford was on duty in Tyler, Sunday. The American Wood, men rendered at Lights Chapel Sun day evening 3 o'clock a big Thanks, giving program and feast at Odd Fel lows hall. The program was an In teresting one, and the feast one of the sweHest of the season. Mrs. Pauline Allen returned home Friday after an extended visit with friends and rela tives in Waco. Mrs. Randclls and Davis spent week end in the city. Prof, liaitlett spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Little H. A. Fon. tain la with sick. Those who re cently registered new cases are: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pendleton, Pr. and E. Young and Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Woodard, Mrs. B. E. Robinson visited relatives and friends in Temple, Sat. u relay and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ba cher Bradly have received a 8400.00 check from the American Woodmen. Mrs. Silvia Steel entertained on last week in her home Club No. 2 with a delicious Ice course, quite an en joyable time was spent. On last Thurs day evening. Rev. Buford baptised his converts about 20 in number. It was very largely attended. Mrs. L. M. Hughes closed, last week her school at Winchester, after a most success, ful term. Is now recreating at home for a while. Mr. and Mrs. C. 1. John, son entertained In their home Sun day evening at 3 o'clock, the faculty with a delicious menu. A most en joyable time waa had and a pleasant evening was spent. Miss Lola F. Mcintosh is recupcratiing. Mr. H. C. Hall is feeling fine at this writing. Mrs. Humber mother of Rev. P. R. Humber Is very ill. Kprlnicfleld Sunday School at the M. E. church was well attended. Quite a number of the scholars together with their Supt. Prof. T. L. Lockhart of the Baptist church worship with us In our morning service. Rev. Dr. Fleming of Marlin, Texas, was with us and made unite a nice talk to the school after which Rev. Childs, the pastor preached a wonderful cirmon which was enjoyed by all uiid at 2:30 o'clock, we assembled at the Baptist church for the baccalaureate sermon which was preached by Rev. Dr. Fleming and we must say that Spring field waa blessed to have such an able speaker to address them on the occasion. 1 am assure that all present went to their different homes, rejoicing and saying, I am glad that I was there. We hope that graduates will never forget the word of thought which was so deeply Impressed by Dr. Fleming. As you Journey through life do not forget to be thoughtful kind hearted and true. Wo are quite proud of our boys and we hope for them a success through life. Houston Height. Miss CaroUno Moss and Mr. Lucian Jnllivett were united in marriage at the home of the brides' parents. Mr. and Mrs. , L. A. Moss, 614, Allston street. Rev. A. D. Foster, pastor of Second Baptist church on West 20th avenue, Is build ing a new church. Mrs. Lizzie Buck, 818 West 6th avenue left Monday for Fort Worth, to visit her aunt, Mrs, Jane Jones, 1210, North Jones street. Independence Heights The N. A. A. C. P. meeting waa held at New Hope Baptist church, Sunday, April 23rd. Rev. E. H. Holden was the principle speaker. Mr. D. Henton Is a real business man. He is In the stock and poultry raising business. He also oper. ates a grocery, meat market, barber shop, and shoe shop. Houston. Mr. B. J. Jefferson, 1012 Hill street, visit his children at Eliza, both last week. Mrs. Sarah Smith, 3210 Broadway street left last week for Scaly, Texas. Rev. W. T. Bouidln left balm-day for Beaumont and Port Arthur, Texa.- , Mrs. Nfccle Hu''inns Cloc returned last week from California. We want more readers for ti Uxpress in Hous ton. Copies for sul-i at the Little Queen bai-boi shop, 715 San Felipe or si-e or ring Mr. Archibald, 422 San Felipe street. Phone Preston 4480. M Stewart McCullough died last Wednesday at the family residence on Shepherd street. Dr. Geo. it. Willi Ins of Victoria, Texas, was a Hous'on vi- it.ir last week. Mrs. Mary Guilds and dai'cliter left last week for Oakland, Caj. Jackslwro. Sunt1'' School was 'ell attended at both churches. Mr. and Mrs. Griffin have entered their teeau- itlful home on Stewart street. Mrs. 'VII i lie Green and son rwere the guests of I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mosley, Sumtay. Sick: Mrs. Rosie Hcmbra, Milared Brumley. . Mela. Rev. J. W. Bailey of Mar shall preached at the following chur. iches Sunday: First Baptist, Little 1 Zion. Mrs. Bertha Allen was called to 'Dallas on the account of tt.e death of I her nelce. Mr. Harris of Muskogfie, . . . .... i,nj .1. nt fin, mnth S B. Ward of Temple 1 in the city on business. Lawyer Jones of Hous. ton is in the city for a few days. Mr. a J. Budrow and Mis Ell Williams were happily rrmrried on the 27th. Rev. J H Allen officiated. Mr. John Bluitt and Miss Leola Johnson were happily married on the 30th at the home of Ihe bride. The W. O. W. held their annual sermon , Sunday at the first Baptist church preached by Rev. Blu'tt They had a large turn out The humphrey Club has closed to move in their new quarters. Mr. Jeff Andrews and son. Mr. Bonnie Jone who ha charge of the club I visit ing their family In Cleburne when you want the Pallas Express call at the Allen lunch stand. The Ancient Order of Flljrlma met Thursday at t' a cemetery and weeded and decoratid the groves of their deceased members. Sick listed; Miss E. M. Wilson. Miss Vanzle Wright, Mt... Sarah Bowens. Jnvksboro. Rev. Brooks was at his post Sunday on account of the in clement weather, the program was pot off until next Sunday. Hev. Rol losi.7'. pastor of the- white Hap'ist church preached at Antloch So'mUay night. Tyler. Service a.id S. S. will at tend at all churches. Prof. Nick, the ..... y ttlntrr, 11' ! a nn-BPIlt A 10 dflVfl I revival begun at True Vina T;Botlst Ithurci Sundav. fMr accession r,t ' made to the church. Rev. Dally of j Palestine will assist Rev. Alexander In the meeting. Mr. and Mr. Fred Wcem motored to Rusk Sunday to visit his relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ell Williams entertained a few friend with whist last Tuesday night honor ing Mnies. Parker. Willi and Tiler, ner. The players were refreshed with punch. The Tyler, Outlaws played two games at Jacksonville, last week,' winning both of them. Mrs. Ada Lang, ston and Mr. Anderson Stokes visited their brother, Mr. Ed Stokes at Big Sandy last week. Mrs. Mattle Walton entertained a few friends last Tues day evening, complimentary to Mr. Parker and Mrs. Willis of Ohio. De licious Ice cream, cake and punch was served. Mr. ('has. Martin passed away Sunday morning at the home of I nis aaugnter, Mrs. Jack Jones, col- lege Heights Mesdames Dculah Deese entertained Mrs. Willis and Parker last Monday afternoon at Peoples Drug Store with a drug store party. Mr. Tom Rose who ia working at Jackson ville visited here recently. There was a large carnival In the city last week, had several new attractions. Thous ands of people attended each night Texa College Is now having Its com. menrement. A large number of out of town people are here. Among the number ia Bishop Cottrell, of Ten nessee, or. vaugnters, Houston; Dr. Brays of Ala. Mrs. Cora Pierce and Mrs. Spencer. Jacksonville, Texaa, and many others. Mr. Annie Ii. B. Rose of Houston is here visiting her family. Last Monday night, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith was almost destroyed by fire. Tha contents were nearly all saved. Mr. Janie William la Indisposed. Mr. Big ger and Miss Lois Brown and other of Henderson motorAri nua, laat u,aair Mr. Archie Evan has opened up his cafe on South Broadway and is now doing first-class huin.. M wu lie Jackson of Dallas is here visiting lemuves arm rrienas. i ne lames (se nior club met with Mrs. Tom. Mr. Hattie Bledsoe ha returned from Greenville where she accompanied her little twin grandsons, home. Mr. Hen derson Calhoun, who has 'been work lbrClllllll!IJ9mento T8 HT8 HT8AA Ing In Louisiana, has returned home Mrs. BGeatrlce Perry loft last Mon day for Houston. The church I in a series of meetings on summer. Kamp street. Cuncy. Sunday School and B. Y. P. l was both well attended at Rock Hill last Sunday. Quite a nice pro grain was prepared, for Mother' day. Hon. H. I Price, who has been con ducting a drive for the K. of P.' at Wichita Fall came home last night and reports a most successful driv;, taking in 140 Into the fold of Py thianism. Prof. J. L. Hamilton made a flying trip to Brushy Creek to visit paronts and friends. Cuney ball team lost two closing contested game to the Sand Flat team last week. Mr. d. R. rimlth, one of the most. pro. gressive farmers or Cuney Is now a regular reader of the Dallas Express. Tho best farmer need the best pa pers. Mr. W. C. Dauson of Cuney, but now vWiting in Thrift was heard from this week. He will soon be back to the Joy if his many friends. Mr. A. L. Lane of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here with friends. Prof. A. J. Jessie spent few day in the city. Mr. J. Tj. Ewells attended the Hoard at Pleasant Hill, Frankston Sunday. Quite a number of farmers from Church Hill, Larissia and other com munities were here last week to get cotton aeed for planting. Mr. J. T. Powell, Prof. J. L. Ham. ilton, Mr. 8. N. Nelson and Mr. W. V. Thomas made business trips to Jack sonville this week. Mrs. Anna Billings who has been sick for several week Is up and able to be out of her house again to the delight of the friend. . It ia reported that the Nechcs river ha reached the highest point here since 190S. Water covered the public road bridee for two days. The river is gradually falling now. Much Interest Is being manireslea in tne tomato industry, this week as they are now blooming and must be cared for. We are expecting to ship our first car of potatoes, May 15. Cuney is fast coining to be the truck center of Cherokee county. We have one of the best shipping markets in the united states shipping direct to Galesburg, III. Cuney is dertmlned to havo a high school for this year and will be satisfied with nothing less. ihe young people of Cuney will stage the Slab Town Convention in the near future for the benefit of th school fund. Mr. Jno. Bragg sold ojb ousneis ot cotton seed this sea son, y (ru)('lauiL Sunday., school., was well attended at all churches. Servi ces were held at Mt. Zion Baptist ch urch. Rev. I. S. Steverson preached a noble sermon. Mt. Zino school closed Tuesday. Prof. Fleeks principal, and .Miss Arabella Hicks, Assistant. News was recieved that Miss Minnie Wilon Who left a few days ago for Indianap olis Ind., on arriving there was marr ied to Mr. Walter McMurry of that city. Her many friends wish for th em a happy voyage on the sea of Mat rimony. Misses Pearl and Espanolia Teals closed school at Cedar Branch Friday. A splendid program was ren dered Thursday and Fiiay night. Miss Marietta Hicks attened the school clo- seing at Lovelady Friday ' Prof. Geo. Hicks and wife teachers. She returned Sunday night accompained by Miss Louise Johnson of Livingston who will spend a few days with her. Little Miss Eddie Mae Bryant spent Satur day night and Sunday with the repor ter. Prof. Lee Johnson was a Crockett visitor Monday. Franklin. Sunday school was good at all churches Sunday. Supts. and teachers were at their posts, services were ideal with Shiloh. Rev. Jones delivered two strong sermons. Mrs. Winfrey Riley and children, after a pleasant stay with her father at Mar lin, has returned home. Miss Ethel Haley of Witchata is guest of her mother - Mrs. Sallie Blocker. There will be a bucket entertainment .giv en at the hall on the 1st Saturday night. The Public is invited. Mrs. Hu bert Bradfx's sister from Relgan, sp ent the week with her. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ferrell, Miss Jewel Robertson and brother, were guest of the Dun son's Sunday. Mrs. Bonny Ann Boone of Hearts- spent Sunday with her daughter. Mis. Pearl Ferrell. Rev. maunangs of Hearne was here a few hours Monday. Miss Erma Edwards was the gucBt of Miss Wllma B' own Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus E. nwn. Mrs. M. D. Robertson, and little Misa Erma Edwards and Villma Brown, mortered to Bishcpvllle Sunday. Miss es Ruth and Kate Harris were guest of Miss Ei ma Edwards Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Edwards were guest of Mr. and Mrs. McKtnley Jackson Sunday. . i Athens. Services was well attended at the A, M. E. Church. Sunday school wag also well attended with Mrs. Ana Robirson, the efficient Supt. on time. The successful rally closed also at night with Mrs. Adrtie Faulk, Sarah Iewis, Callle Stovall, and Julia Burr as Captain; total amount arised $108. 87.. Mrs. J. Burr raised the highest amount. Sunday school was also well attended at Wards Chapel, an ex cellent . program w:'s rendered. Mrs. Elsie Baker died : fter a lingering illness, funeral srvces was held fr om Wards Chapel, of which shit was TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE SUMMER SCHOOL FOB TEACHER.', Six Weeks June 5 to July 14, 1022. Literary. Professional, Industrial and Pr-v,ii inal Cornea. Special courts lor Jean s Supervisors, Principals and Vocational Teachers IWsr!st ration Fee $3.00; Hoard (?4.00. Payable in Advnnoe. 600 Teachers registered last. year. R, R. MOXC'i, Principal a faithful member, buried with A. O. O. Pilgrims and Royal family honors. She leaves a husband and three bro thers, a host ot children and relatives to mourn her loss. Rev C. H. Pugh of Aliens Chapel officiating. Mr. Cuney Franks and Miss Lillie Morgan, a popular young Miss was united In Holy Matrimony at tho home of the tjrlde, April 20th. Rev. Hallum officiating. Miss Marslet Bax ter, Katherene and Telia Mae How ard worshiped with the Pine Grove people Sunday. Mrs. Nancy Franks and Mrs. Lena Millens are on the sick list. Miss Ida Dunnington Rpent Sun day with parents. Miss Ortolee Mor gan, return after spending Easter in Tyler with relatives, r.nd reports a pleasant trip. Miss LoRsie Clvens was called to Sandflat to attend the funeral of her Aunt, Mrs. Bassett. Mrs. Hester Moore returned to her home In Dallas after visiting parents Mr. ffand Mrs. Jerry Franks. Mrs. Henrietta Jordan is sick. Mrs. Hattie Morgan, who has been ill for some time, was moved home by her mother to La Rue, Texas. Mrs. Willie M. Williams entertained her Sunday School class with a 6 o'clock party, quite enjoyable to the little folks. Miss Novela Brooks returns to her home In Kaufman, after spending two weeks with Miss Lela Lewis She was also accompanied home by Miss Lewis for a few days visit. Rev Burr of Terrell topped by enront Home. To those who owe for the Ex press, see the reporter: for cash is the Motto. Find it at E. G. Franks Barber Shop.L. H. Miller, Reporter THK PROtiKKSSlYK AMI (LIB. The Progressive Aid Club met April 11 at the home of Mrs. Annie Hamlett with the President, Mrs. Hamilton, presiding. After a routine of business the Hostess served a menu of Nut salad on lettuce leaves with dressing and crackers. Ice cream and assorted cakes and fruit punch. Teh club also donated Master Shanton Jinks who Is In Mr. and Mrs. Alien Riohardsons Care, a pair of $3.45 shoes for Easter. This club Is doing great work for the unfortunate. Next meeting with Mrs. Joslcphene Wilson. The Progressive Aid Club met Tuesday evening, April 18th with Mrs, Josiephene Wilson and Mrs. Minnie Hamilton. Pres., presiding. All inrm bers seemed to be full of glee. A dinner was planned for April 30th for the benefit of the club. The com mittee reported 3 members sick ; Mad ame Mattie Miller, Henretta Jordan, and Joe Franks, each was donated $1.00 each. The Hostess served a menu of cake and cream. Net meet ing at the home of Mrs. Laura H. Miller by Mrs. Ada Hawkins. Mrs. M. Hamilton, Pres. Mrs. Nancy Larkins. Sec. Mrs. L. H. Miller. Reporter. Musical Hecltal at A. M. E. Church. Opening chorus "I Stood on the River of Jordan." Solo, "Daddy' Been a Mother to Me," Miss V. A. Love. Solo "Since You Went Away," Mr. E. Barker. Solo -"Oh Pal" Mr. Jo sephine Davis. Duett "Tuck Me to Sleep" Mast res and Lewis. Solo One (2). (3). (4). Mrs. Minnie Barker. Solo "My Sunny Tenneseee," Mr. A. I.. Simons. Recital (Dunbari. Miss I. T. Bryant Solo (Daddy's Swcet- nearij. jnrs. a. uavis. solo "When My Baby Smiles," Mr. W. M. Mc Danall. Duett "That Irish Mother of Mine," Messrs. G. Harris and Haw kins. Solo "Lonesome," Mrs. B. Wil liams. Solo "Freckles," W. T. Rich, ardson. Solo "Sing Me to Sleep," Miss Florence Davis. Quartet and Chorus "Wilson, Howard, Robinson, Miller Matras and others. Solo "Llndy" Mr. J. Mantras. Solo "Creole Love, Song," Mrs. A. j. Richardson. Solo "Whisp ering," Mr. J. Anderson. Duet 'The' Fair Hlawll." Mr. Davis and Rich ardson. Remarks. Solo "Good Bye," Mrs. L. H. Miller. Miss Virginia Love. Pian.st. Mrs. Laura H. Miller. conductress and mistress of ceremony. l'onta. Sunday school was a feature at all the churches here Sunday. At Plain View, Supt. Hicks was at his post of duty, with a powerful good Sunday school lesson, and a large attendance, There was also a Genre al Fund Rally, for the Plain View Station. The amount realized is not accessable at this writing. The Tooling of Pine Hill church bell late Friday evening, bore the sad news of the passing of father Perry Stewart, who has been confined to his bed for more than two years. He is supposed to be about 80 years old at the time of his death. He was an excellent citizen, and well loved by all of his aquaintancrs. Having liven most of his life in the Christain chur ch fo which he was a member at the time of his demise. He was laid to rest in Pine Hill Cemetery Saturday April 29th under the auspices of, the Masonic Lodge of which he was a member. Miss Vannie Thomas stopped over Saturday April 2ilth in Ponta, to visit her sister Mrs. Allie B. Hardeway while on her return from Texas Col lege. All of the teachers from there attended the East Texas Teachers As sociation held in Jacksonville laijt week. Most of the farmers in this sec tion has the Blues on account of the rainy weather. J. L. Kyle, Reporter. KONHAK. The A. M. E. Revival conducted by Rev. Whitman is bringing many to Christ, The C. M. E. Ccurch under the lea dership or Rev. Williams, carried o it quite a nice program. Sunday evening the Bethlehem Baptist choir, render- the music. Chas. Jordan bag open ed a nice Cafe and we hopefor him a success The first Baptist Church i8 at this writing conducting a m-at revival, (Motto) "The town tor Jesus" Rev. O. B. Ciskell is conducting the meeting. He, w. H. Lynch preached the Missionary Sermon for the Sister? of the 1st Baptist Church. Rev. E. S. bllas preached at new borne Bantist Church Sunday night to quite an appreciative croud. Cliff Alexander has returned from the oil fields at Wortham, Texas. Bonham all-ways welcomes her good citizens back ho me Rev. J.. W. Smith of Ravena was In town Monday looking ovc-r the fine sloe. He is one of Bonhams progres sive Ministers and Farmers. Miss a& Bennett is visiting her brother in Houston, Texas. Miss Ben nett has bought stock with her brnth- ar In the Taylorlng business. 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