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THE DALLAS KXPKKSS, DA1XAS. TKXAS. SATURDAY, JTOB 24, 1922. VAC'll 1'" ". . "
Mr. C. H. Wright of Itrowder (treat, pent a delightful Juneteenth, because of the visit of hla brother and family from Calvert Mrs. John P. Walllck's baby (laugh ter, Ruth has gone to , Pltsburg; to visit her father and will spend the summer with him. Mn. flUMile Perry i residing with her brother-in-law, N. Fleming street. Oak Cliff, until-she receives notice to Join her husband in Omaha, Meb. Mr. W. 13. Morgan enjoyed the week end celebrating a recent marriage In the family of Dr. Taylor of Ennis. Mr. C. Waters Is on the sink list. Mrs. Kdward Johnson left Monday, June Hth to spend vacation with friends and relatives In Tulsa, Okla. The Eagle Insurance Co., has taken on some new and experienced agents and la doing a rushlna; business. Get In' touch with them and be protected. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stephenson left for Waco, last Sunday evening, June 18 to spend the 19th with her sisters. Miss Beulah Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hlder and also her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Smith and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stephenson, also arrived home Tuesday morning. A party of 24 was given In honor of Mr C. Dyke Baker at the residence of Mrs. Carmen (Ward) Adams, 1816 Trinidad. A beautiful music roll was the gift of the honor Ruest by Miss Jessie Alexander, permTnto salad on lettuce leaf was served . with light bread. Ice cream with cherries to varnish the Ice. chocolate cake. Music and games were the feature of the venlng. all enjoyed a pleasant stay. Mrs. M. O. Moore has been out of the city on account of the death of her cousin at Houston. Texas. Dr D. W, Shields left Saturday on the Bun Shine Special for Cincinnati. OIMrs. Eugenia Stevenson, 2208 Worth Ington underwent an operation last week In a local sanitarium. She Is do ing nicely at this writing. Mrs Hallle Johnson of El Paso, who has been visiting her sisters. Mrs. Minnie Turner, 8T11 Jtaselanfl and Mrs. Willie Wagoner. 1416 San Jacinto street left Wednesday night for St. IrfMils. Mo., to visit her sisters there. Miss Henryetta Heasley, studont of Wiley University left for her home in Oklahoma, this week after a pleasant stay here with relatives. Mrs. Franklo Mae Stanley and lit tle daughter of Oklahoma City, Okla., are in the city visiting relatives. Mrs. A. E. Lee. 2800 Thomas ave nue is at home again ' after having had a successful operation in a local sanitarium. , Mrs. John Jackson, 1912 Allen St, left Sunday morning f6r a few days visit to Austin. She will be the guest of her mothe" 1 Miss Ellen Pryor, S420 Howell street, returned Tuesday from Hempstead, Texas, visiting relatives and friends. For first class meats of all kinds ring Hoffman's market or call 2403 Live Oak. Head their price list else, wher? ' this Daper. Miss Virginia A. Johnson, the Latin and French teacher In Nowata high action), stopped a day with Miss Leola A. King. Miss Johnson Is a popular young lady tf Jefferson. Texas. Fred K. Adams, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams. 2803 Juliette St., left Thursday for Chicago. Mrs. M. P. Abner, 3121 Thomas avenue, has returned home after a three months' visit to her daughter, Mrs. Birdie Winn of Des Moines, Iowa. Prof. Ben Graham, of Paris, Texas Deptuy of American Woodmen Is In the city on business, while here he Is the (ruest of Mr. Leo L. Qulnn. Well, for the love of. Mike, Colonel Leo L. Qulnn, was too busy en Joying the fetes and activities of the 19th to participate In the tourna ment which was played at the Hall street court. lUCKEV.MAOISOjr WIS IV 18TII TEN N I S TOl' UN E Y. The amateur tennis tournament played on the morning of the 19th on the court of the North Dallas Park was won by F. K. Richey and T. B. Madison, the decision being won by a small margin. Five sets were played the scores being as follows 6-1, 6-6, 6-3. 2-, and 6-S. Watson and Hol land, hard losers fought every inch of the wey but lost finally. The other contest played by Rice and Lay against J. B. Richey and Lacy, the scores being 6.2, 2-6, 6-4. In the near future an elimination tournament will be held to determine the team which will represent Dallas In the Waco-Dallas tournament which will be held here early in July. DALLAS EXPIIKSS F3XTHNDS WPX. COMK TO RETUHNKU STUUKIVI'S. The Dallas Express takes this meth od of extending to those persons, who during the last year. In the various Institutions of learning, have been preparing themselves for the battles of life, a cordial welcome, back to their homes. To those of you. who have completed your college work. and are now ready to begin the en acting oX your parts In tho great race drama, The Dallas Express, for more than 1ft years a factor In the racial development, extends to you he hand of fellowship and hopes that you will well enact your parts and become factors In the scheme of race building. To those of you, .who have not as ?-ct completed your courses. The Dal as Express welcomes you back home and hopes for you a successful year the next school term. Persons attending tlx various col leges are as fallows: lleward. Kiss Sylvan Island, Miss Helen Ty ler. Miss Zelma Tyler, Miss Florence Ha llee, Miss Othello Harris. Wilbur force. Graduates, Commercial Department; Miss Alma Douglas nnd Miss Norlne launders. M's Ruby Pollard, Miss Bridget Smith. Atlanta Cdlvesltyv Mr. Roy Lay. Mooreaonse. Mr. Everett Ewing. Mr. P. Hall. lltshap. College Graduates; Miss Maurine Washington and Mr. Alfred Hawkins, Miss Elolse Norris, Miss Wlldi Har din, Miss Annie M. Urlscow, Miss Leola King, Mr. Emmerson Scott and Mr. William Harden. Paul 4alaa.v College Preparatory Graduates: Miss es Lavida Sanford, IJllen Dunn and Mary L. Taylor, Mlsr Elnora Full, bright. Prairie View. Miss Bessie Roberts, Miss Iner Jones, Miss L. Lampktns, jlrs. O. O. Smiley and Mr. H. Hall. Stw Orleans lTnlvrly. ,. Mr. Lucky McMillan. Tunkegee. Mr. Josh English. Houston College. Mr. Cyrus McPherson. Jurvls. ' Mr. Michael Wilson, Kiss Viola Bat tee and Isaiah Johnson. Tlllotaoa. T Mr. R. E. L. Holland and Thomas Creecy, Misses Emog-me Fort and Maridette Tanner. Wiley tTnlvereity. College Graduates: Misses Adllsaa Wat Cshistobcl Moore, Caroline Fields, Messrs. Algh Boswell I nd John Tarpley, Zcphy Mitchell, C1U -f:mp-sou, Mary E. Barne", Vivian Tioswell, Rosa Cameron, 'nes Foster. Sammle Cooper, Marr!!e Cooper, Jennie Pol laid. Annie Lee Lacy. Vera Love. Wll- ma Benton and Wright FlliiH,,e, Mo Klnlev Ward. Vesta Bravc'ey. Macon Watkins. siuroti BAPTIST nilUCH. Sunday was a high day with U3, it was the close of our pastor's 8th anniversary which began June 13th. Sunday school was larfely attended as usual. Class JMo. 3 Is holding tin: banner with Bro. Alga Custer teacher Collection $35.00. The assistant pas tor came on the scene at 11:00 with a burning message. Sub. "Have Patience," Heb. 10-36. Rev. P. M. Mitchell preached the anniversary at 3:00 p.m. Sub. "Feed the Flock of God,' Peter 5-12. His splendid choir furnished the music. The B. Y. P. U., was held at 6: p. m. The presi dent Bro. T. C. ,Cox Is carrying the B. Y. P. U., over the top. The pastor full of smiles with a God seut mess age filled the roBtrum at 8:15 p.m. He is bringing things to pass at Shilloh. Collection 2159.54. New joiners 3. The program each night of the anniversary was grand. Among the noble ministers of the city that visited the meeting was Rev. A. A. Banks, Rev. P. A. Donnell, Rev. J. W. Sparks, Rev. T. H. Henderson, Rev. J. McDowell, Rev. J. B. Miller. Rev. S. E. Edwards and others. Ministers and friends from Waco, Denlson, Ft Worth, Arlington, Lan caster, Ennis, and a number of other points in Texas were present. Near the close of the service all present had the pleasure of looking upon the four girls who were in the ton test as Bro. Cox presented them gifts for their noble work. 1st prize gold wrist watch, Sister B. M. Bur rell; 2nd prize, $5.00 gold piece and chain, Sister Lula Sallard; 3rd. prize, Gold Sapphire ring. Sister Tar- thenla Wakefield; 4th prize. $2.50 in money, Sister Mablo Marton. Those that gave personal gifts to pastor were: Rev. Johnson and wife, $1 00, Sister Jackson 50c. Sister A. Shaw $1.00, Sister M. Hicks $1.00 tiister J. A. Fergerson $1.00. Sister M. Davis $1.00, Sister Fannie Pleasant $1.00, Bro. and Sister McClennor, 60 lbs. of sugar, Bro. Copefield $1.50 and a neck tie. Willing Workers Social Club $3.00. There were many others that gave wonderful gifts. This was the greatest anniversary of Shlloh. The good work that was mumfcfcih'tl. ',' ', MILL CITY READY AM) WILLING CLUB. Mrs. C. Shepard entertained the club Thursday June 15. Everything lovely. Meeting opened with devotional ser vices. Roll called, answered by pay ing dues with quotations. Business sessions. President and Vice President gave us brief lectures. Luncheon con sisted of boiled ham, tomatoes and radish relish, devil food cakes and Ice cream. Closing exercise. Meet with Mrs. Susie Thompson, Metropoli tan avenue. Mrs. Leona Smith, . President. .. Mrs. P. H. Jedkins, Reporter. LRADrKO STAR CHARITY. CLVB. Met Tuesday evening. June 13th at resldence or Mrs. Delia rauerson, 1016 Boll street The club opened 'In usual form with song, prayer and scripture reading. After a very Inter esting business proceeding the hos tess served a refreshing Ice cream course. Meeting June 20th with Mrs. Emma Epps. MRS. DELIA PATTERSON, Pres. STYLE SHOW AT (PALIACR THEATRE A SUCCESS. The Stvle Show, shown at the 'Pal. ace Theatre" under the direction of Mrs. L. A. Caroenter on the 6th of June for the benefit of the Y. M. C. A., was a decided success, both In- dlsplay and attendant, despite the down four of rain In the afternoon the hO!: was crowded and so num erous ai-d popular was tlie request the show wan repeated on the 14th. It wa3 the opinion and expression of all who saw it to be the best and most elaborate, Dallas has ever seen. The up-to-date flappers. The Modern Vamp and vhe present day Jolly beans beside a number of soles and orations pertalnl""- to the present styles made I It all the more enjoyable. Little Ar- zalia Bonner who starred In. a mini- ber of parts was considered. A won- ( flor" especially so in me moaein jc.y . bean. Each n;jlel was at ineir dbsi with graceful tread and winning man ners brought down ihe house with thunderous applause. It was consider, ed "a srlorlous night" The models will be entertained by Mrs. Carpenter at a dinner dance In the near future. Date -announced latter .The children will be given a matinee party. The picture of the affair was taken and will be shown throughout the state. NFU, nOSB SOCIAL CLUB. The Nell Rose Social club met Fri day evening, June 9, at the home of Mr"a. J. U W.ch. S719 Atlanta St. The meeting was ODened In the usual nay with song and prayer. The roll was ca'led members responded to their names- with Bible quotations. The Ladles made lei gthy remarks on So cial and club work. Mrs. Sarah Book er of Los Angeles, Cal., being ' a pleasant visitor made remarks on club wbrk. The hostess served a de licious lea course, our next meetlm' will be at the homo of Mrs. J. J. J, illulnpxiMi, oou, Aimiiw, huuq .uiui Mrs. m. n. rwirxwooa ' Mrs. J. L. Welch, 8ec'y. Mrs. G. Anthony. Reporter. BIIiVKR LHAP SOCIAL CLVH. The club met June 15, at 8:S0 p. m. at the residence of Mr. Kelly, 6635 Gascon avenue, opened with song and prayer and each member responded wltr. mole quotations. An excellent proarram was rendere.1. Miss Beatrice Washington was re- ceived as a new ne,iMr. ndj Menu: F-'od chicken, salad a CHURCHEi ItETHSAIDA BAPTIST ( BIRCH. Sunday school was flue. Supt. S. McKinney was at his post at 9:45. Lesson" was taught by all tear hers and was beautifully illustrated by the pastor. Collection $4.00. At 11 o'clock the pastor preached a wonder ful sermon. At 6 o'clock B. Y. P. U., met as usual with C. H. AVyatt at his post. Bible key drill was fine also Bible qulzz was o k.. At. 8 o'clock the pastor was. with u aaln with i burning message. Total Col lection for the day ' was $24 1.40. Pastor Barnes has , just returned from Ft. Worth where . he attended a few nights revival for Rev. G. W. Day, pastor of the Pilgrim Valley Baptist church, 44 addittlons. 18 for water. $11X0 was raised RRev. W. C. Barnes, Putstor. ST. JOHX BAPTIST ClllBCII. All departments of the Sunday 3chool were well attended Sunday. Rev. Hall a recent graduate of Moore house Colloge delivered the sermon during the Junior church service. At 11 o'clock Rev. I H. Harper assistant pastor spoke. Sub. "Christ ians Have Races." The afternoon services were conducted by Rev. M. K. Currey of Ft. Worth. Rev. L. 11. Harper spoke during the even-tug services. An Interesting feature of the St. John Institution's opening will be the Community birthday dinner, June 27th. All are invited to attend. Rev. C. C. Harper, Tastor. TRUE YIXE BAPTIST CUITU'H. Monday evening was a lively even ing with the Sisters of True Vine Baptist church with Sister M. Tlpps President Tuesday night B. Y. P. U. began a great practice to help raise funds for the building of the church. Friday night choir practice. Sunday 9:45 Sunday school, Deacon P. M. Miles Supt Hi-'h noon service by Rev. F. B. Bookman, Text: "A great Commandment found.'' Rev. 22:17. Sunday night service by Rev. Shep herd. The community mourns the loss of Bro. W. M. Darn who died punch. Next meeting with Mrs. Young, 1213 Boll street. Grace Turner, Pres. Addle Owens, Soc'y. Miss Georgia Foster, Rep. THE RECREATION CLUU. Mrs. A. C. Cain was the pleasant hostess to the members of the Recre ation club Thursday, June 8, 1923. A very enjoyable afternoon was spent Mrs. I. V. Wilson of Greenville was a pleasant visitor. On Monday, June 12, Mrs. Wayman Alexander was the charming hostess to the members of the Recreation. High est score was made by Mrs. Katie Jones. Both hostesses served delicious refreshments. Miss T. O. Boswell began the Re- creation club members' celebration Monday, June 19th by serving an ap- petlzlng two-course luncheon. Miss V. J. Stewart was successful In winning the highest score prise. MRS. WAYMAN ALEXANDER, Pres. ROYAL SOCIETY ART CLUB. Met at the home of the President Mrs. Ollie A. Riddle. 901 Allen street A pleasant evening was spent. We were pleased to have Mrs. Norman and Mrs. Haywood as visitors, made some encouraging remarks. After the meet ing a few photos were taken. The lovely hostess served a dainty Ice course. We will meet next with Mrs. Sol ma Farley. 8521 Wall street. Mrs. OUle A. Rddlle, Pres. Mrs. J. W. Ross, Secretary. IIKA17TIFVI. LIGHT COURT NO. 818. Beautiful Light Court of Calanthlans No. 318 met in regular meeting June 14, in Grar.d Court room with a large nmn'wr In attendance, O r grand lodge representative, Mrs. L. V. Holland was present, she re. ported a wonderful time and her! grand report was enjoyed by all pres- em. eai.?sujr. June as wui oe uon oi oincers. ah memoers ai-e urg" ed to be present Mrs. Ij. v. Holland, w. c MMs Edna Rutherford, It. D. BRANCH Y. M. C. A. The boys who took art In the Track and, F.eld Day meet were awarded their second prizes this week. They were delayed and did not reach Dallas in time to be presented class Day at New Hope Hart 1st church. A large group of smaller boy s great- ly enjoyed a feature day Tuesday on the Hall Street Park, supervised by the local secretary. The evening was si tnt In learning iew gamie and st ints. Prof. W. M. Gordon of Little Rock, Ark., delivered a splendid address last Sunday at 4 p. m. at the regular meet ing of the 1, M. U. A. The grout of : men present listened attentively to tne speaKers eloquent ana instructive addresses. Everyone Is Invited to these meetlngs. Sunday, Jun- 26th at p. m, uiscussion subject "What Mai 1 Makes a Man. Join the T M. C. A. secure an an. mini membership card and maki the "Y" a live wire In Dalian that en courages better boy L'fe and nobler manhood. S. D. RICE, Executive Sea J.Utk Miss Erthu Mne Mont gomeiy left recently for San Antlo ! to spend the nururaer with uncle, j or. A. CJ. Shirley, slio 'saa u;omp orli.j - ,. r i, t,, anted as far as Ft. Worth by her mother. I u MM Friday at 4 O'clock; Gone but not forgotten. We are still looking toward to the building of the church. Rev. P. M. Mitchell, Pastor. J. L. Evans, Reporter. JIT. BOSE BAPTIST CHURIH. Mt. Rose is still on the scene. All roads lead to Mt. Rose. Get In any of the roads and. come to the church, you can come in without knocking and go out the same way. You are welcome. All the songs fill the air with welcome rings. You have a standing invitation! Now why do we' say this? Mt. Rose has one of the best departmental Sunday schools in the city under Supt., J A. Jackson, The best B. Y. P. U., under the aus pices of Pres., L. R. Cornelius, one of th&- best Missionary Societies in the State headed by Sister N. A. Gas- ton. The only layman League in the !city that we know of, conducted by O. B. Clalborn. One of the 1st singing choirs on the church market, under the management of R. S. Johnson and tutorship of Prof. G. W. Williams who Is widely known not. only thnwhoutt the city as a vocal and musical Instructor, but throughout the Baptist Denomination. Now we have the beet pastor, and one of the greatest preachers in the whole Bap tist family. Dr. A. A. Banks. Wc carry all auxiliaries that belong to the Baptist, in fact Mt Rose is 100 per cent Baptist. Now, you can see why it Is worth while to come to Mt. Rose. - A. A. Banks, Pastor. G. I), t'mln. Reporter. MT. IIKBUOX BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunt, and all orricers at their post Lesson taught by the pastor., j Reviewed by Rev. Ferry. Many strange faces was with us. At 11 o'clock prayer service conducted by Df-acon J. Matthew and Sister A. H. Hood. 11 a.m. sermon by Rev. H. H. Best The sermon was an instructive one. At 3:30 sermon by Rev. Sample. At 8:40 p.m. the pastor preached. Text Acts. 16:25. The sermon was a great one. Rev. Rltchison of Mace donia was with us Sunday night. Collection $27.75. Rev. G. F. Hood, Pastor. Sister E. M. Baker, Reporter. THEHM4IMSE 2534 Elm Street. WE SOLD 40000- POUNDS OF HAMS AND BACON ' I IN THE LAST 30 DAYS. "THERE'S A REASON" For the person presenting the best answer as to why we sold the 40,000 pounds of Hams and Bacon, we will give a premium of $2.60 In trade or cash. AT OUR OFFICE 2534 ELM SPECIAL HUFFMAN'S HARLET, 2403 Live Oak Street. Hog Liver Hog Kidneys Back Bones . Spare Ribs ..... Pork Chops Boiling Beef Chuch Pot Roast Hamburger Mixed Sausage Sirloin Steak. ; Round Steak Short Rib Steak Sliced Breakfast Bacon y .i.llli,iiiiiililu44MM , ttvrtf TtrTTfTTTTTVTT tttttttttttt. . . . WESTERN The Great Educational Institution of the Mid-West. The location la Weal, nenr Hennas Cljr. The imlldlnRs re modern brick structural, steain-lieuted nnd electric-lighted. The following courses are offered: ACADEMIC, NORMAL FULL FOUR YEARS COLLEGIATE, with degree. COMMERCIAL (With practical experience in students' Bank). MUSICAL (Piano, Voice, Band, Orchestra and Violin) COOKING, Sewlns, Millinery, Carpentry. Tailoring, Agriculture, Steam-Laundering. Auto-Mechar.lcs. Blackamlthing, Printing, M a , 5! I ti ' A W, f tj , "i ; m I i ' Steam and Electrical Engineering and Radio, (teaching stu- w dents how to build their own sets, including crystal, vacura. A tube and amplifying transformers by doing the actnal wori). h MILITARY TRAINING (Junior R. O. T. C.) by sn aitfy officer, ij MECHANIC AL DRAW NG. China Painting, Uve Stock and Poultry Raising on an Extensive Scale (incubation) with more than R 4,000 blooded fowls in the runs and hatchery. FEDERAL VOCATIONALi Two years' courses. All departments are excellently equippri. No students received below first year high s ool grade. School opens Septeinht 4th, 1022. Voe catalogue or farther lnfomatlon, write F. JESSE PECK, President, KANSAS ... r 'i HEALTH IS VITAL Here is How to Take Proper Care of It . Oklahoma City,' Okla. "We used three bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical DLscove-y for my husband and it helied so much did him lots of good. I freely recommend this 'Discovery' to anybody that is suffering from a run down, weakened condition. There is no doubt it is a great building-up medicine." Mrs. J. JVlontano, TSi West r (U. U.) If you need a building-up tonic, obtain r. Pierce's Golden Nfedical Discovery Dr from your nearest druggist, or writo Dr. Pierce, president Invalids' Hotel ia Buffalo, N. Y., for free medical advice. G. W. WILLIAM!! CALLED TO NEW ORLEANS. Prof. a. W. Williams, who left Dal las last week to attend the National Kaptist Sunday School Congress In Nashville, Tenn., was called to New Orleans, suddenly by the death of his aunt a resident of that city. He will return to Dallas late next .week. Prof. A. K Countee, with Kev. W. M. Lofton. Music will stay permanently in Dallas. Is piano repairer and tuner. Graduate of Boston and St Louis Con servatories of music Miss Annie U Gibson, formerly of Marlln, Texas, and" Mr. Xnophan Mc Millan were married on Wednesday nterht, June 14 at the home of the bride's brother, Mr. Hulan U Lang. CARD OF THANKS. This comes as a token of thankful ness to the friends of our mother and aunt Mrs. Sanders, who departed this life, May 29th. She was raltnrui motner ana uni. Our lost Is Heaven's gain, May God bless you until we meet again. Signed: MRS. GRIOOS. Daughter, and NEPHEW. ' A K1RTHDAY PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. 3. W. Ross, 405 Thomas avenue, entertained their eon. Master J. W. Jr., with a birthday party Friday evening, June 16th. il little ones were present ana many nice presents were received. A. splen did program was rendered and a daln ty ice course was served. STREET. 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