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TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS. TKXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. 1932.
pack inrvr. o Twenty-one Years 1901 to 1922 PdFwffln 'Arw''M(iil(Sifninn r n Steady Permanent Growth DISTRICT GOHUEHTIOn AUD ha a fn r"7 r?nnn nnnnnr?nn nn I w III III rf In I I I I 1 1 . J I . II- LivJ L3 III i " j i ' " : 7" r I 1 " : 1 M;1 - i . o to 5, h ! I 1 W "j i C. M. WHITE, Supreme Commander A. L. WALTERS, Supervising Deputy for Dallas, Texas. SPECIAL TVl Mgr Mf""TMi it 1 l'fc' i i afc i'" " " r " ' I W" ""i lH " ffTli ' A L.. i i i jpfc ii i 1 1 i Tyler-The Rev. E. Thomas Demby, D. D., S. T. D., the first man of the race to be ordained and Consecrated a bishop witness Jurisdiction in this with the Rov. John B. Boyce, B. ., country in the Episcopal church, was the rector of the church of St. John Baptist (Episcopal) church who is doing a most excellent church and parochial school work among our people In this city. It may be of in terest to the readers of The Dallas Express to know that Bishop Demby, the distinguished visitor of the state when a very young man was in the educational work of Texas; he speaks In glowing terms of high educational standards of the scrools of the state. Bishop Deiuby received his education In the schools of Wilfington, Del and Penn., studined atthe Centenary Bi ble school, ( now Morgan College) and Lincoln University, did special work in Theology and Arts at How si'd University, graducatod from the Classical Course of Divinity Wilberforce University. has done , special work In Arabic and Aramaic and New Testament Greek, received after one year's wcrk the degree of S T. D., from the (National' Univer sity of Chicago; is a graduate of St. Matthews Hall. Denver; received Letter of Litterateur from the late Bishop Spalding. Bishop Demby stud led law and mediHn.t; upon writing a thesis, he received te D. D, degree from Paul Quinn College; the Bis hop has done speclul work in Spanish. Latin. Septuagfc-t Text, the Vulgate and Ethlopic Liturgy; he wrote dur ing the Chicago World Fair, a paper In Arabic. We Bishop in speaking of his training educational and esthe tlcal, places, great emphasis on the three period of preparation for the Priesthood in which there was a won derful combination of the classical, scientific, and divinity courses. Eishop is without question one of the great est men of the race because be is modest and unasumlng. be 's not always before our people, but he is a scholar, an orator, author, a chris ten and sane leader which was evident In his Forrest City speech before a large number of white and colored people much of which was published In the"Arkanss Democrat" and the Memphis Commercial Appeal. The Call of Kansas City and the Ceveland Gazette since which he ihas received a number of 4nvitat'on to make adresses dealing with th awful question of the hour "Race Relation And Adjustment Bishop Demby speaks of Col. Roscoe Conklin Sim mons as one of the race's best think ers. This Is the third visit to Texas of tho Bishop sijee his Consecration; If It were possible to spend more time in Texas presenting the claims jll Texas News. I; A f . j Li 1 S I Fn., At . I Decorated Floats Military Bands FEATURE MAMMOTH MUSICALE BY THE "G" CLEF -fratagM-' T"im t i i i i i "jf 113" SU of the Episcopal church to our peo ple woull see a wonderful growth of the church among our people who are in need of its teachings in this period of' their existence. While in the state Bishop Demby will visit Beaumont, Houston and Galveston. Texas College has a wonderful out look for a large student body this fall from tho number of application already beginning to come in. The Tyler people are reading to our de light more, The Dallas Express. Miss Pearl Reed has yet a . marvelous voice; she Is a great singer. Mrs. Eliza Clark who has been visiting her brother for a number of months is talking about returning to Little Rock, visiting her many friends. Bisbop Demby has gone to Beaumont accompanied by the Rev. Dr. Boyce, the teaching mission was a success. Watch President Bank and the grow th of his school which is faat becom ing the outstanding Denominational Institution of the state. Last Sunday the services of all chvfches were well atended as they should be wery Sundav. ..... Fpwortk Lene Institute. The Epworth League Institute, nails runt-let Conference, convened at Waxahauhte. Texas, July 25, 19?2, with Mr. W. JJ. ivirKim trick, the district- Epworth Leugue president, rresidlng. Some very dis tinguished visitors were present in both espions, among tnem wa; Mrs. M. E. Hunter, a representative of the state department of home exten sion work. Mrs. Hunter gave some beneficial demonstrations to the in- An nrntnrlcal contest was conducted on Tuesday evening by the institute, the prize being won by Mr. Jacob Camthers of Polham. The total amount raised by the Epworth League, was S464.79. Mrs. W. D. Kirpatrlck. DIs'tPres. Mi3s R. M. Ventress, Sec't TEXARKAM, Rev. J. W. Whi taker, is visiting relatives In San Augustine and points in South Tex. Mr. David Underwoo t is spending a few day at home with relatives and friends. Wilberforce and Hugh Dear. Colbert, have returned from trin tn flnlvRHton. Mr .and Mrs. Edmond Williams and little daugh- er are visiting relatives in Kiaoraao, Ark. Mrs. W. L. Turner and daughter, Miss Alean of 928 Laurel St., were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. Parr, 81 S Willis St., on Thursday after noon. Mrs. Mary Ball of Detroit, Tex., has returned home after spending a very ples.nt week with her daugh ter. Mrs. 1 Parr. Mr. Augustus Ball left for Kansas City. Mr. W. T. Tur rentina, t'ok very sick Sunday while worshipping at Sunset c'.iurch. Rev. n m AUGUST AT SAIIIT JAMES A. LI. E. Reduced Rates on all Railroads. For Information See Local Ticket Agent. Spectacular Military Parade. Aug. ii9 4:00 P. M. and Automobiles led by four under command of Major General John L. Jones. 'si Qja&r Spencer of Marshall, was in town during last week. Mr. and Mrs. McCoy and son, stopped over two days as guest of Mrs. H. M. Jones whilemo- toing frof Michrlgan to Gidlings, Texas. Mr. William Howard and Mrs. Callie Green, have returned from Ft. Worth where they attended the Grand Lodge of M.ison. Mrs. Caroline Grant, who died ou last Tuesday, was buried Sunday at Nash. Rev. Brandon fil led the pulpit at Sunset last Sunday to the delight of his many hearers. Mr. Theo McCoy and Mr. Bell, are visiting treir wives on Buchanan! avenue. They repirt very good times' good at Pittsburgh, Kansas, where they work. Rev. Brandon eft on Sun day night for Cairo, HI., to Join Mrs. Brandon. The Mississippi Life Insu-1 ranee Co., is being well represented . by the agents. Prof. Weaver, Messrs. and Rev, Moody. Services at Hope- j Browning Fuller, Hiljlard, Brown well church were good. Sunday school is growing rapidly. Collec tion during the day, $15.70. Little Lee Thelma HUson who has been very sick at her home on Buchanan, Ave., is somewhat improved at this writing. , Mrs. S. H. Harris has returned i rome. Mrs. John is spending the , week ut Clarkvllle. Mrs. Mary Anna j Holoway is vishlting relatives here 1 from Denison. Mr. Jack i'atthls of 8th and Ash streets, died on Monday ( m rning. Mrs. C. P. Crittenden is ; visiting in San Antonio. Mrs. Smith of Marshall is visiting her duugh-! ter, Mrs. Esco' Williams on Lee St. Rev. B. T. Tramell stopped over the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Simmons. Rhar.rR j Temple. Sunday, July 30th ! marked the close ofa big revival at the 8th street Baptist church, which i has been under way for the last three weeks, conducted by Rev. T. E. Geo., j Jr., of Mexia. Baptising took place' Sunday evenlsg at the "Katy-tank." i During the course of the eu'ire meet ing more than forty souls ware added to the various churches. At this wi It ing, the Wayman Chapel A. M. E. church is conducting a revival, be-1 ing eoaducted by the Rev. L. L. Holt of Waco. Forty members were taken into the church during the past week. Last Thursday night, July 27th, Mist. Lizzie Cox, and Mr. R. Faulkner were happily united in holy wedlock at fie home of the brlde.Rev L. M. Sanders officiated. Miss Lena Hamil ton acted as bride's maid. Mr. James Lockhart, groomsman. Mrs. Crezetta Kossie representel the Daughters of Tabor at the grand lodge which con. ened in Waco last week. Mrs. Addle Lee Haynes accompanied by her moJ thor, Mrs. Ellen Haynes left last week to visit relatives in Rotan, Texas. Mr. Lorenzo Wells, and his mother, Mrs. Robert Wells, left last Sunday night for Mineral Wells, to spend a vacation. Miss Tauzalee Brown 'of Gatesvllle was a plesmant visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Davis, of So. 8th, street last week. Mr. Irvln i Fowler of Cedar Creek also was a visitor In the Davis home -last Sus day, at which place art entertainment was given last Monday night in ho nor of their guets. and a very nice time was enjoyed. Mrs. Will Davis j left Sunday night for Dallas to re I present, the H. H. of R, Mrs. Davis occupie the uositlono as grand de DALLAS, TEXAS, 7TH TO 11TH, 1922, CHURCH, CORHER GOOD AND FLORENCE STREETS. ' 1 :7l:!.,V , V . St,' i , -'sii.-J,-:'': , " 3 MAJOR GEN. JOHN L. JONES, U. R. Department. AND H. T. BURLEIGH CLUBS puty of the H. H. of. R. of the Tem ple district Mr. Clile Durham left last Sunday night for San Antonio Bums of Grosebeck and Mr. Evans to the groom, served as brld's fa Crawford were married last Monday night at St. James M. E. church, the pastor, Rev N. H. Townsed officiated Mrs. Lewis Crawford sister-in-law toto the groom, served as bride's ma tron. Mr. Lewis Crawforl, brother of the goom served as groomsman. Stone of Houston,, accompanied by Mrs. F. F. Stone, wife of Dr. F. F. h ihiilron were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson of So. 5th, street. Master Jack West brooks of Elgin is visiting his fa ther, Mr. Chas. Westbrooks of So 19th street One day last week the quietude of the colored populace of So. Main street was some what disturbed by the strangt actions of a neighbor's dg, which wa generally though tobe a victim of hydrophobia. In the wild excitement caused by the presence of the dCj?, refuge was saught In va rious pluces, including trees, and places of safety. Officers were sum moned to the scene, after which the dog, which generally though to be citement which had been created among the people, began to subside, and the guishing of the dog's life he d been well perfected, a husky lad who had taken refuge In the lofty branches of a hackberry tree, slow ly decended from his elevated station of safety, and Is quoted as having said with an air much relief and sat isfaction; 'He's done dald un' gone now." The "Deacon Duhbs" three acts drama directed by Miss H. E. Taylor, under the auspices of the Eastern Star was enacted la-.'t Thurs day night at the Rluk Theatre. The play was quite a success. Each cha racter acquitted themselves with much grace. The Rev. W. Marcus Tay lor was called lat week to San Mar cus where he preached the Anniver sary secmon of the Rev. James Fen nell, pastor of tie Bethel Baptlut church. The Rev M. J. Glpson of Los Angeles Cal., a former school mate of Miss H. E. Taylor, stopped over last Sunday as their guest. A kodacking party was seen last Sun day evening on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Romelle of 408 So. 7th street I.ufkln. Mrs. M. Rodes, wife of Mr. Rufer Rodes, has returned from the funeral of her brother, who succumb ed recently after a linerinjr illness The decease was a school teacher In this city. Mrs. Minnie Clark was stricken ill recently, sb,e rooms at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes Mr. Nathan Lewis is In the city There was a Lie roily pulled off at the C. M. E. church. Rev L L. ,oore, D. D., L. L. D., Secretary of Missions was in uor city Monday and preached Monday night to a very appreciative audience. Rev Roberts, pastor of tho Good Will Baptist church, opened their door for the C. M. E. church last Sunday. Rev Morton took in two members for Good Will Sunday night Dr. Moore preached there 8unda' night Rev. Tenley, pasto of Nw Zinn Baptist church, is holding board meeting todav at his church, with a a large delegation. Mr. Monroe Bary and wife left for Dallas for the Grand Lodge of the O. U. O. O. F.and iL H. PRIZES: Three prizes will be given as follows:, Best decorated Float of Sunday Schools or Children's Societies, 1st prize; Best Decorat ed Car by Fraternal Societies, 2nd prize: Best Decorated Private Car, 3rd prize. GRAND MILITARY BALL, Wednesday Night, August 9th RIVERSIDE PARK. CITY HALL, THURSDAY, iR. Mrs. Tente Riey and Mrs. Alice Palmier left Monday for Dallas to attended the grand lodge. Mrs. A. Pal mer and Mr. M. Berry are delegates torn this city.' Mrs. Lora McClefoe is visiting her mother, sister and bro ther this week. The party was de lightful affair given at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baxter by MesdameB Wright, Lee, and Har ris. All the elites of the city were present. M. Frank Horton led last Friday night. Mr. Horton was a but cher by trade. Calvert Mr. J. D. Creeks of Dallas and Bisters, Beatrice Richardson and Thelma Thornton of Mart, are in the city attending the funeral of their mother, Mrs. Ora Thorton, who died at Mart and remains was ship ped to Calvert for burial. She died Tuesday, July 24th, at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Thorton was born and reared in Calvert was a member of Bethel Baptist church. She leaves husband, and three children, threo sisters asd three brothers to mourn his demise Mrs. May Fod Williams of Houton is in the city at the burial of her sister, Mrs. Ora Thorton of Mart The F. I. S. has their county fair at ML Morlar Thursday; among the big membes present were: Prof. Sflth of sosWaco, Rev D. H. Parish of Eliot and lion F. T. Coleman of Calvert and many others. Miss A. B. Price, 1 up after an attack of Indigestion. Miss Cleo Mitchell is still sick at her home on Pecan stret, but, she is reported improving at tl'is writing, to the delglit of her many friends, Miss Vosa Ford Willi ims of Houston, spent the week end in the city, visit ing Mrs. W. Salter and her brother, Prof. A. H. Mims. She left for Hous ton Sunday, after tho burial of her sister. Miss Effie Tallv of Wllllon ville Creek spent Sunday in the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Minnie Salter. Miss Annie Trice is till at her home in West Calvc-rt. Mrs. A. B. Turner of Denver, Colo., arrived In the city Saturday. Mrs. Turner 1 a siste of Mrs. Thoiton, deceased Mr. Clara Wright of Dallas was cal led to this city on account of the death of her cousin, Mrs. Thorton Mrs. Lue Thorton, mother of Rev D. M. Thorton arived from San Antonio to be present at the burial of her sister. Little Miss Myrtle Points, left last week for Dallas to visit her mo ther, Mrs. Hattie Wrigrt. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. J. Terrell of Branchville spent Sunday in the city, the guests of Mrs. Terrell's fother. Mrs. Mary Woodard, who is the sister-in-law of Mrs. Thorton. deceased. Services were fine at Morning Star Baptist church. Pastor Sharp delivered on excellent sermon and the churcr Is having a glorious revival. Rev. J. D. Ionard of Sralthvllle is here preach ing for this meeting. Mrs. Rachel Johnson and daughter left Saturday for Corsicana, their home, Mrs. L. B. for Corsicana, their hofe. Mrs. I Elrldge is home again after vlslt ingthebed side of, her cousin at Hammond. Mrs. C. D. Peoples of Austin, was her Monday, attending the session of the . H it, Mrs. Peo ples is en route for the grand lodge at Dallas. Mrs. Willie Jackson of Dal las and children, are visiting her relatives and friends ond reviewing her old home. Mrs. Ida A. Dorsey L. H. NIGHT, AUG. 10TH. is on the sick list, also Mr. Peter iFraziers daughter, Mrs. Saab Lucky is attending ner bed side. Air. n. &. Maxwell received a check for $300.00 from knigrts and daughters of Tabor, also Mrs. Maggie Banks and Sarah Lucky. Joe Frazler and L. B. Strecter heirs of Mrs. Eliza Frazler. Mrs. K. E. Mavwell Is atending the Grand Lodge of knights and daughters, Wa co. Master Willie Lacy is lelegate to attend district conference .Mnrlln. Miss Vada Wahlngton. a teacher of this county who was visiting her siBter, Mrs. Mabel Gilford of Okla., City, Okla., was marled last July oo Mr S S. Ballev of Oklahoma. City.' The groom took his bride imme diately home to 5Z& uvereis di. . owiv and well repaireed welcome" the bride Mrs. UU Hafner spent the week in F.anklin visiting her sister, mm m. Ml.lsor -M ClelmnieRev.Duley preached last Sunday at the v. m. ti. : people witnessed a plendld baptismal cy Green married last Thursday night at the home of tne nriae. " Burton officiated. Rev. Careway had Koniiom sundav. Rev. H. Wright preached the fissionary sisters ser- ..... . . . i . . . ..V. . . .... V. Mi. mon at tne iirts Dapum ' Leory Vemin has returned from fair field. Mrs. Clemmie GrUfin and Miss Clara Griffin visited he sick hus band and cousin at Temple. Mr. ani- uel Bell and Miss Georgia mouuhu morrisd recently. Rev. S. M. Graham officiated. Mrs. Lether Porter hap returned from Ladonia, where she visited relatives. Mrs. Mlttie and daugrter, who have been sick are reported improving at this writ ing. Services were excellent at all the churches. 8unday. Mr. A. B. Gri mes of Homer. La., is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Emma Heard. J. E. Wallace h-, returned from Culvert Mr. and Mrs. Owen Redd ore visit ing relatives at Cameron. Miss L. T. Phillips has returned from Calvert. Mrs. L. C Cooper Is on the sick list. Rev. A. N. Prince filled his appoint ment Sunday. Rev. . urnnn pastor t t the progress ve Baptist church was at his post Sunday Rev. J. W. Hawkins and Mrs. C. D. Hunt attended the board meeting of Hillsboro. Rev. Joseph A. Brown attended the convention at Parirle vionr nr. A W. Edwards. D. D.. has returned from Gaventon. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards left for Washington, D. New York and other points In the Ennt. llna Ruhv Gil more is visiting in Temple and other points. Mesdames. lorn uee, Litrr lert Julia Pollard and Teddic Gee left for flmith T0YAa tn wnrlc nt n fnm. press. Paul Qulnn conferred the de- greo or Doitor of Devinity an Rev. Kdwarda, recently Social aod Art Club. The Snflnl nnrl Art rlnh mr.! Wo A. nesday evening. July 19th, with Miss j-.rma i Tnomas, as hostess. Mule games and conversations were had throughout tie evening. A -beautiful two-course luncheon was served by hnntpfta unri flftiir thank, holtis' av tendedby . Miss E. R. Alexander, we adjourned to meet wan Mrs. A. ir Wesley. Mrs. Annie R. Wesle7 war hostess for the social aud art cluh Wednesday evening, July 26, After urn LIGHTNER. Supreme Clerk. GERTRUDE J. MOODV, National Worthy Guardian. a short business meetit g, games and mule were Indulged in. The hostess served a delicious two-course lunch eon after khich we adjourned to meet next week with the Misses Phillips Miss L. T. Phillips, teacher of mar ried men's class of first baptist Sun day chool, won the ticket to the dis trict convention, at Corsicana of whlfh she is pianoist Mr. Thomas Kender went to Ft. Worth on business Marlln. The M. E. Conference is in session Ub week at the Davis Chapel M. E. church, Rev. F. W. Brown, pas tor. Tho Falls county baptist associa tion is in session; and many farmers and their families will be in atten dance. Dr. Joseph Stuart left Tuesday via Waco for St Louis, Mo., and he has certainly enjoyed his stay in our midst Mrs. Palmer of Dallas has been in this city visiting her mother and on leaving Snday took her mother with her to stay awhile. Mrs. Richardson of Dallas is at the resi dence of Mrs. Hamilton on Island St. Prof. B. H. Grimet of Houston is in the city for the baths, and Is stop ping at the Hagan House. Dr. Flem ing has recently returned from St. John's Association at Austin, Texas. Several people from Marlin attended the Grand LcljivKnlghts of Tabor at Waco last w;k. Mrs. Johnson So ders is still at home on ;jland street, however she will leave for Hampstead about the 1st of September.. Mrs Stamps will visit in California Just as soon as the strike ituatlon is tetter Miss Hazel Geralds is spending few weeks with her friends and relatives In Galveston and Houston. Marlin and Falls County will put things over this week in grand b; le enter taining the conference end associa tion. Mrs. VfllHams has been spending a few diys with her mother on Geo. street. Vrot. Warre of San Antonla after spending a week with home I folks returned home Sun lay from N, R. R. Rev. Kelly of Waco, preach- ed at Providence Baptist church last Sunday night Mr. A. C. Wilson and wife were seriously Injured last Saturday night by being run down by an automobile. Mrs. Wilson's con dition Is supposed to be critical. Mrs Spillman is on the snick list at this writing. Mr. L. P. Soders has made improvements to his home In the way of sanitary apporatice.. Monroe, La., Giants played the Marlin Bronchs a three days series and lost each game to marlin. Mrs. Dllile A. Hen derson of R'chard, Texas, stopped over in Marlin to visit her daugh ter, Miss M. V. Donold. Mrs. Hender son is matron of Heroine of Jerichio at Richard and was enroute for the Grand Lodge at Ft. Worth, Texas. Mrs. Heatha Peoples of I ns Angelas California, IS visiting relatives. Dr. Payne of Mar was in Marlin Run day, visit! 'ig 'the Clilda young Indies. He Las a broken arm bu. by the way he was votoring his car. it did net neem th-.a his wi was broken. Prof. Childs Crystal, spent Sunday in Cal vert picking at cupid. never m'nd th i trap will fall and you will c '.limpid Prof., Childs is one of the future young me.i of Mar'in. he U a livo wire. Mr. J. N. William of Wacu. came down Sunday in his big car and stayed with his wife and father --'TT"" """ ""-l,T"iy ' ".v 'V -",, aw4 ' miiiii sum nJp4 .. p i IMii.,.MM,lu;,u,4nri . , n MI ' iiiiiiiiwwiiiim