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THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOmMEBKR 11. 1022.
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Taylor. Many people who left In
early fall to pick cotton are return
ing to the city. Mr. Jeff Davis,
who suffered a fracture arm re
sult of an accident In Planter oil
mill a few weeks ago, had the arm
amputated Friday morning at the
P. S. hospital. A great number of
friends are anxiously awaiting his
recovery. Mrs. Irma Hotten and her
little Bazel left here Saturday night
by the way of Fort Worth for her
home in Kansas City. Her sister,
Mrs. Llllie Holmes of the same city
preceeded lust a few days. They
spent a few months here with their
mother. Mrs. Alice Johnson. Mr. C.
H. Pickett, the employment of this
city made a trip to the Rev. Gran
city made a trip to the Kia Grande
Valley last week with four car loads
of cattle for grazing and feeding.
Mrs. T. E. Campbell made a trip
to AuHtin ast week oh business. Mrs.
C. A. of Bastrop Is here at the bed
side of Rev. P. H. Jackson. Mrs.
Frankie Wilson has returned from
EI PaBO, where she went a few
weeks ago for her health.
C. Alexander of Austinsloh Mrs.
Mrs. Chonle Alexander of Austin
is here at the bed side of her sick
daughter, Carrie Mae Wright. Miss
Ora Leonard spent the week end In
Smlthvllle and 'returned Sunday
night.
Mt. Arte Church.
Services Good Sunday and Sun
day night. Rev. P. H. Jackson, pas
tor is sick and Rev. Hubbard filled
the pulpit in histead. Mrs. Jackson
failed to return to her school on
account of illness of her husband.
Allen Chanel A. M. K.
Allen Chapel furnlBhed the en
tire tlty two great treats on last
week. Thursday night, the childrens
program, conducted by Mrs. I.ott,
Friday night the Old Maids conven
tion. The two programs brought
much monotony and everybody very
much enjoyed. Services Sunday and
Sunday good. Pastor Anderson
preached Sunday and Rev. Reeves,
pastor of the Baptist of Thrall,
preached Sunday night. Collection
$38.19, accessions 3.
Murphy Street Christian Church
Services good morning and even
ing. Grand Prairie. Sunday Schools
in Grand Prairie and Dalsworth
were quite a success at all church
ches last Sunday, the Superintendent
and teachers were on time. Atten
dance large. Lesson well taught
Church services were good. At 3
p. m.. Rev. J. W. Scott preached a
glorious sermon from the 10th chap
ter of Acts. Miss A. D. Marshall left
on the 8th to visit her old home,
Stoneham, Texas. Dengue fever has
developed in Dalsworth. Mrs. S. W.
Dickinson and Mrs. Katie Holmes
went, to Dallas laBt Saturday to
visit the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
S. W. Dickinson, Mrs. Allen Fam
ble, who had an operation perform-
ed a few weeks ago, is still 111.
Mrs. Sallle Baker of Dalsworth. was
a visitor to the Antioch BaptiBt
church last Sunday. Miss Leola
Shelton of Grand Prairie opened
school at Dalsworth, Monday, Nov. 6
This being a new fled of labor. We
wish him success.
Texarkann. The rain that came
Sunday was greatly needed. The
Baptist convention that was in ses
sion at Caanan Church last week
was a success. Miss Etta Dean Har
ris has arrived from Kansas City.
Mr. Joseph R. Howard was burled
last Friday evening - at Nash, he
was the youngest srin of Prof, and
Mrs. Howard, one of Bowie county's
old and respected families and their
many friends sympathize with them
In their loss. Rev. P. W. Wesley
preached the funeral. Rev. and Mrs,
A. M. Plant entertained on Nov. 3rd
In honor of their daughter-in-law,
, Mrs. W. A. Plant of Philadelphia,
Penn. After a very delightful even
ing was spent, a very delicious salad
and ice course was served. The Club
Rally given at Hopewell C. M.,E
church Sunday was a success, each
Captain was enthusiastic and worked
faithfully until the end. Rev. W.
F. Simon, pastor preached about
the Cares of Home. The Prayer
meeting at 6 a. m. gave new life
to Sunset, Sunday school and ser
vices were largely attended at Sun
Bet Church Sunday, Rev. J. W.
Whltaker, pastor. Mrs. L. -M. Spen
cer and Mrs. . winks teachers of
Buchanan school entertained the
community with Hallowe'en party
on last Tuesday night of which the
pro-eds were used to poy on a pi
ano that Is being purchased f0r that
school. Mrs. Cora L. Jones Is fill
ing Mrs. E. E. Jones' place at Sun
set school while the latter Is attend
ing the bodslde of her mother,
Mrs. Alex Richardson. The Mission
ary Society of Sunset church was
largfy attended on last Monday
evening. Last Sunday the Presby-
teriar church rally was a success,
Rev. A. M. Plant, pastor. Mr. M. M,
Mosely of Marlin was called here
during last week to attend the bed:
side of, his mother. j
Botiham. Mr. Willie Andrew
left Wednesday for Paul Qulun col
lege. Mr. Chas. Caldwell of Denison
is visiting relatives. Rev. F. S. Ste
phens, R v. A. R. Starks, J. W.
Henderson, motored to Gober, Fri
day night. Stephens preached a
noble sermon. Rev. Whitmlre re
tumed from Dallas. Mrs. J. R.
Smith and dauiMer, Miss Jlmmle
have returned from Ladonla. Mr.
Rodger Buchanan is 111 after being
confined to bed a few days. Mrs.
Isabella DeJolnettJ of Honey Grove,
made a trlr here Frfi'a?. Mr. Jas.
White of Dallas is spending a few
days here. Mrs. Carrie Penelton of
Grove is spending the week end
with relatives. Rev. Hlt represen
tative of Dickson1 crphan home spent
Saturday and Sunday here. Dr. Mo
Peters of Koney Grov made a fly
ing trip here Friday. Mrs. Frankie
Alexander after a week with rela
tives left for her home at Gaines
ville, Texas. Mrs. Haywood Phea
left for Sherman, Sunday for a few
days. Mrs. Tlmle Henderson and
daughter, of Dodd City. Sunday, Rev,
Fuller of Texarkana, preached at
Bethleham Baptist church, Rev. '
Joseph Wilson. Jr., of Clarksvllle,
was here last week in interest of
a Bible institute to be held at Beth
leham church soon. Mr. B. K. John
son, Sov. Clerk of the National
Woodmen was In Terrell last week
on business. .
Cameron. Splendid services were
held at all the churches Sunday.
Tuesday night, the high school en
tertain with a Hallowe'en party.
Wednesday, Rev. E. J. Howard lec
tured to students. The Courts of
Calantha on last Thursday night
entertained in the home of Mrs.
Silvia Steel with an after luncheon.
Quite a few attended. Mr. Wm.
Pendleton and friends mortored to
Waco, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wood-
ard and little Gladys Betters motor
ed to Waco, Saturday returned Sun
day, reports pleasant stay. Messrs.
Carter, Sewell and Kelley made
flying trip to Waco, Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. Greer attended Cotton
Palace Sunday. Mr. Stephens Porter
of Brenham is guest of his cousin,
Mr. Greer. Mr. and ' Mrs. E. W,
Zephyr and son, W. T. proud pa-
rents of Dr. S. B. Zephyr motored :
over to see their son last Sunday.
Dr. Zephyr stood with broad smiles
In his face as he and his many
friends greeted them with smiles
and gratitude. They met many
friends and enjoyed their "stay to
the highest, they spent the night and
returned home Monday. Dr. Zephyr
made flying trip to Rodgfcrs and
Rosebud on business last week. Miss
Hallle Blackmon was called by
death last week after short illness.
Mother, sisters and brother, survive
her. The remains was laid to rest
In Okiand cemetery by Zephyr's un
dertaking company. Mr. lamuel
Smith passed away after brief ill
ness, be leaves a host of relatives
to mourn his lost. Interment was
held in Oakland cemetery by Zephyr
undertaking campany. Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Curtis little daughters. Car
rie died last week. Zephy's under
taking company had charge of re-
nalns.
Nacogdoches, Zion Hill First
Baptist church Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. preaching at 11 o'clock.
B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m.. preaching
service at night with good atten
dance. Rev. E. E. Burkhalter, pastor.
St.- Paul C. M. E. church, Sunday
School, 9:30 a. m.. 11 o'clock
preaching service by " the pastor,
Kev. N. P. Johnson and also at
night. Gallilee Baptist church Sun
day Shool on time. 9:30 a. m. No
preaching services for the day. A
revival meeting will begin at this
church, Tuesday night and contin
ued up to the second Sunday nlKht
conducted by Rev. Durden, the pas
tor, tne public Is cordially invited
to attend Little Zlon Baptist church,
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. preaching
at 11 o'clock and at night by Re.v.
Reden, paBtor. Good service and
good collection. Rev. Dr, I. S. Simp
son is succeeding in establishing a
new Baptist church out on Virgis
Hill. It is reported that Rev. Ed
will soon be called to the pastorate
of Richardson Chapel Baptist
church, two miles east of town.
Rv. H. J. Gllliard and Mrs. Gil-liard-of
Center Point Circuit, newly
married couple domiciling with Mr.
and Mrs. Dr. Woodson, until after
the sitting of the annual conference
they expect to make their home
wherever the Reverend Is sent by
the conference. Mr. Lorenza Brown
and Miss Jeria Ikno were joined
In bonds of holly wedlock, Sunday
evening 4:30 p. m. at Sand Hill
church. Rev. E. E. Burkhalter of
ficiated, the happy couple will leave
Monday morning by auto accompan
ied by Mr. Lenard Barrett to spend
their honeymoon in West Texas,
they will probably viBit Dallas, Fort
Wort and other points before rep
turning home in this city. The Sprig
of Myrtle Chamber No. 33 of the
.superior Benefit Association held
their annual sermon at St. Paul C.
M. E. church, Rev. N. P. Johnson
preached the sermon for them. A
very excellent, progrrm was rencred
by the society. Mr. Casa Donlgan
with a party of young neoDle com
posed of Misses Doilie Benton, Glrty
urooKg, miss wattle Drew. Mr. Ver-
dlan and Melvin Clay motored to
Lufkln and back last Sunday even-
. , - . , I jivvn.a iLiieu ills puiuit 3UU-
1 "J ep?ft1 yV e"Jyableday at Bethesda Baptist church.
wl6- ?' wV?"gh8 and Mrs. Julia Henderson of :he Ebeno-
" rn, mr. jvicAaams ana
others attended the funeral of Mr
Jim Xennedy at Lufkln, Texas, Sun
day, Nov. 5th. Mrs. George Po!k of
Tyler, Texas, Is the guest of Mrs.
Lcy Polk of this city this week.
1ie play of the ten Virgins at the
St. Paul C. M. E. church last Fri
day night was excellent and a great
success. Prof, and lira. Harris of
Timpson were present Sunday to
hear their pastor, Rev. N. P. John
sen preach his ' last sermon before
leaving for the annual conference.
Mia. Hawkins of Timpson, Texas,
is visiting -relatives in the city. Mrs.
Mary Goss of Tenaha, Texas, will
spend F;;veral months with her fathr
er, Mr. W. R. Benton In order to
give her children the benefit of the
city school.
Caldwell. Another week ' finds
us presslrg on. A' double funeral
was witnessed here this week that
Mrs. Napjer Thadeous about 40
years Dabney Hill community and
our good old Christian brother Dick
erson, Jno. of about 60 years in
Christ and 75 years of age. Rev.
W. K. Morris officiated. Laid to
rest In the old Bethlehem cemetery.
This is one of the greatest places on
all America for gatherings and do
ing big things for God and man.
The Sur.day school held a great ses
sion N?w Bethlehem, a . history of
Burleson county is belrg gotten up
by W K. 'Morris, the president;
Rev. E. G. NlchoUion (deceased) !s
being honored as the father of this
county and Fearl Morris (deceased)
as greatest deacon, so on. The R.
F. of F. on their way to a big en
campment on their 100 ' acres of
land for old folks. C. L. Laws and
Pool, president and B. K. Robinson
spokesman grand deputy. Hear Ida
B. Wormly and Armllla Gaines. Vel
ma Clifton, these sweet the occa
sion and then that sweet solo sin
ger. Miss L. M. Whitehead. Dengue
still raging around here, all mild
cases. Brother Geo. Agent has just
returned from Houston. Be sure and
give me your subscription.'
Greenville The Friendship Bap
tist church Sunday school on time
with Superintendent E. D. Davis at
his post of duty. Our Superinten
dent, Bro. Davis left this afternoon
en route for Kansas City, where
he shall continue hts stay. The Sun
day school and church are hoping
to find some one to fill brother Da
vis' place. We do not have very
many such . workers as brother
Davis. That love the church and
Sunday school as well as everything
else pertaining to the church. Bro.
Davis shall have our prayers for
God's blessing upon him. The 11
o'clock services as well as night ser-
vices were grand. Our pastor seems
as though he was carried away In
the spirit on the Lords day. At
night so much to tell our building
gave way at 6 o'clock afternoon.
Mr. Aarray Brown and Miss Peariey
Maf'ltch were announced man and
wife by Rev. J. B. Brown. The W.
H. M. are going forwards with pres
ident M. Hann, leading. Sunday,
Nov. 6th, was a big day at Wesley
C. M. E. church. It being rally day
for P. C. Something over $200.00
being raised. The ministerial year
is nearing its close and all of the
ministers of the city are vigilant
trying to close the year round.
The schools of the. city are being,
crowded rapidly, and from outward :
appearance a high grade of work is
being' done among the younger set.
Patrons should encouraged those
who labor daily with their child
ren. The Colored teachers have a
two fold duty to perform. That of
teaching and instilling those prin
cipals which should be taught In
the home. Prof. S. W. Pratt pass
ed through the city Sunday night
en route home from Howland, where
he had been to see his mother who
is sick. Prof. Boyd spent the week
end In Leht, Okla., with his wife.
Robs' high journeyed down to Pa-1 young people. Mrs. Cora Jones is
ris. Saturday to meet the Gibbon's j recuperating from dengue . fever,
grid artist. The game ended 31 to Prof. H. F. Goree, head of Odd Fel
6 favor of Ross high. Ross HI plays lows of Texas, whose-home Is In
the Armistice day game in Clarks-j Texarkana, Texas, visited his dau
vl lie. Coach Cluhexson Is anxious toghter,' Mrs. -Rt L. Crowe and -fam-arrange
games with any school injily. Mr. R. L. Crowe our merchant
a radius of 100 miles. tailor has purchased a handsome
Mr. Raymond Pace returned to. $3,000 eight room home, 808 East
El Paso, after a visit in this city
wlth his parents, Mr. and
Mrs.
Clark Pace on Silner street.
The mfltrnn Snnfnl f.lnlt mot
Thursday with Mrs. L. W. Taylor os
hostest roll call was answered with
bible ouotitiona. A vrv tnterpt.
ing lesson of the. 5th chapter oflroute t0 Dalla8 and We8t TexaB
Exodus was red and discussed during visited her daughter, Mrs. J. D.
the social session a delicious ice;Goods011 and hubby. Mrs. L. Henry
course was served. The club ad- of Farmer8Vllle vilted Mrs. Johnny
Journed to me Thursday, Nov. 9 1 iiearic, aiso ueosiae oi nirs. a. jonu
wltn Mrs. Pohn Suees. Mr. Roeerison of Mineral Wells. Mrs. Bertha
Bolnett and sister. Miss Gladys Bor
nett passed through the city Sunday
evening en route to Temple, Texas.
Mr. Hurman Catchings left Sunday
evening for Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. Dazy
Nealson of Como, Texas and Sister,
Mrs. Pauline Ford were called to
the bedside of their sick mother,
Mrs. Mary Durham.
Marshall. Mrs. Sarah Craft, one
of Marshall's most honored and be
loved citizens passed into the be-
her funeral was attended from Be-
B?! C; SlnW ucTh."ra,;y ai
to rest in the Powder Mill cemetery
by the side of her late husband,
Adam Craft, her husband. All who
knew her had learned to love her,
a large attendance at tiio church,
h. JL 6 7 1 ' I contest between little Will (Bill)
ll?-ltrSJ?.! iHvoentine ,ceived the gold ring with
touhiui 11 ..... iaiu iu tusi, a
great woman, Mrs. Susie Taylor lies
very ill at her home with arpoplexy.
it seems but a siiort time and all
will be over. We wish her a speedy
recovery. Mrs. V. A. Grundy Is
wron u open a candy kitchen en
Right-.- 1. tf-ft. Mr. Woody Young,
Mrs. Woody Young and Mrs. Thom
an Breiham, left for Lallas. Kev.
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after a long illness, Mood poison
set and she died at once, her fun
eral attended from Ebenezer Baptist
church, buried with Taborlan hon
ors of hich she was a member,
Pvev. Joe Hurd attending laid to
rest in the Ebeneezer cemetery. The
dengue fiver is subsiding here, a few
cases. The pastor at New Zion Chris
tian church Nesbitt was a gret suc
W. H. Manson conducted, 9 baptized
van has rpened a restaurant.
Miss 'irace D. Gil more, Thomas
street, Freddie Cross and little
Willie B. Filmore is on the sick list
Ciuiey. Sunday School and B. Y.
P. U. were both well attended Sun
day. Pev, A. E. Ealy, Jr., preached
two able sermons Sunday. Collection
was good. Frof. J. L. Hamilton
made business trip to Jacksonville.
Palestine, and Dallas this week. Rev.
E. M. Griggs of Palestine spent a
few hours in this city this week en
route to Dallas, Texas. Mr. Henry
C. Swanson of Folestlne spent the,
week In the city with relatives and
made syrup for Mr. Jim Wilson and
Hon. H. L. Price. Rev. Wells of
Crockett, Texas spent a few days In
the city. Mrs. Prof. A. J. Jessie
visited her husband here this week.
Mr. and Mrs S. N. NeUon made a
flying trip to Ponta, this week. Mrs.
! Press Martin and little . daughters,
Cdlestine are "Islilng relatives In
Reclcw, Texas. Mrs. Flnley of Nac
ogdoches, spent a few hours in the
city visiting relatives. Mr. Jeff Go
van has opened a restau-nt on
the sick list. Mr. B. D. Dawson and
assisted hinu Miss Grace D. Cilmore,
Thomas Btreet. Freddie Cross Is on
little Willie B. Filmore is sick
listed. , Sherman Laymens of Progres
sive Baptist have put on big drive
for 30 days. A series of sermons by
the pastor. Rev. J. W. Williams
during the drive, subject the Black
smith's Captivity. Eight States well
organized, Nov. 19 Laymen's con
centrate day. Bible revelation, come
and see. Nov. 26 Biblical Mobollza
tlon day,, subjects to be discussed,
etc. Nov. 30th Thanksgiving ser
vices sermon, "Remember the Poor."
Dec. 3, closing out 10 p. m., -each
governor's report will be published,
Rev. J. W. Williams. . P. C. Miss
Mary Dotson was hostess to mem
bers of Fred Douglas, eleven grade
class including visitors night 1st
Inst at the palatial residence of Miss
Annie W. Vaughns, 526 East Col
lege street. The class was present.
Rev. Dr. S. F. Floyd Is conducting
a 10 days' Sunday School Institute
at Larry. Mr. J. L. Ward and Miss
Ella Daniels were married in Tulsa,
Okla., 28th ult, both were prominent
young people of this city where Mr.
Ward .was one of the leading tonr
sorlal artist here. Both are living
in Tulsa, where he is' engaged as
tonsorlalist. Bishop J." W. McKin
ney. presiding over the Mississippi
C. M. E. Conferences will visit the
Texas C. M. E. Conference In
Houston, 8 th and West Texas C. M.
E. conference in Oak Cliff, 16th
Inst. Mrs. Mildred English is in re
ceipt of a telegram from her son,
Mr. Fred Harvey of . Washington,
D. C, noting the arrival of fine
daughter to he and wife 1st inst.
Mrs. L. G. Winbush .visited Mrs.
Ethel Williams ami Mrs. Gertrude
Williams In Forney. Mrs..Mattie
Cole left 6th inst., for Lod .Angeles.
Cal., where she" goes, to live with
her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Stanton, 901 East 40th street. Mr.
Sherrllly Lawrence,' who '.fop gas
ed in France has returned to hos
pital In San Antonio. Mr. J...C. Car
roll of Howe, visited Miss Frances
Polk. Recent marriages: Mr Clifford
Wilson and Miss Marie Hollte, Rev.
C. H. Bell officiated. Mr. Geo. Cobb
and Miss Mary Foster, Rev, F. D.
Roe. officiated. All are prominent
Pecan. Everything conveniently ar-
ranged. Mr. Frank Sullivan. Is con
fined to his room of his grocery
store on North Branch street, ill re-
ceiving a Btroke of paralysis on
'-unuaJ oln m"- "";,u'
Washington of Muskogee. Okla., en
Hunts has returned to her cafe after
a few weeks illness of dengue. The
lecture 0 f Bishop W. Sampson
Brooks of A. M. E. church whose
home is in Monrovia, Liberia, lec
tured at Payne Chapel A. M. E.
church night 6th inst.. was greeted
by croweded house, v he spoke in
interest of Monrovia College and
Industrial Training School of which
he is the President Over $50.00
was given L!m. Rev. J. J. Hayden.
the president of Progressive Zlon
, ,,., , D n. a m
netted over six hundred dollars
the captains raising In their order
Mrs. Bell (Bruce) Millosie; Mrs.
Dr. D. W. Porter, Mrs. Emma Wash
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ington and Mrs. Ida Hudspeth. Ral
birth stone and little Miss Dyer re
ceived silver cup with gold and
lining the little boy raising highest
amount. Rev. H. D. Allen has re
turned from ministerial trip to Ca
pulpa, Okla. Dr. Carson of Topeka,
Kan 1., founder of Payne Chapel A.
M. E. here spent 6th inst In city
guest of Dr. and Mrs. A. N. Prince.
Bishop W. Sampson Brooks while
in the city was the guest of Dr. and
Mrs. A. N. Prince. Revs. J. M. Foun
tain of St. John C. M. E. and M. E.
Payre of Daniels Chapel (South
Sherman) C. M. E. will preach their
closing sermons r'ght 12th Inst.
preparatory leaving for their West
Texas Annual . Conference in Oak
Cliff 15th-19th inst. .It the big
St. John C. M. E. rally 6th, Rev
J. M Fountain and members raised
claims for all. -purposes going to
conference with round report.
Athei. Inspite of heavy rain
services at various churches were
well attended. Rev. C. H. Pugh wa.
encouraged over the dollar money
reported Sunday, M.s. Rosa Carter
of shove church reported $11.28
from the Vanguard book. Rev. A. G.
Garni n of Mt. Providence Baptist
churcn was w.th his people Sunday
and much inteiest was manifested.
Rev. C. Davis of fhe Church of God
was with his people. Mr. McKinley
Dotson and Miss Bertha Jackson
were united In holy matrimony Sat
urday night. Rev. f!. Davis of the
i Church of God performed the ma-
trlmonial rites. Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Ware of Corsicana, motored here
Sunday to visit his ' mother, M-s.
1 Eliza Ware, accompanied by Mr.
'and Mrs. Ollle Brewer and Miss
Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. Fox Barker
; mottfred he.-e as guest of her pa-
and Mr.. Reuben Overtone pf Kerens
motored here to gucut of her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddl Rloherson
Mr. Honry Ware Is remodeling hit
house. Miss Myrtle Smith leaves for
Kaufman to take up her school
work. P-of. R. C. Fisher Is able to
resume Ms work a principal after
ten days' battle with the dengue.
Mrs. M. Teal, oue of the city ieach
ers Is confined to her room. Mrs.
Flerson of Kemp, Mrs. Brown and I
Mr. Hubbard of Malakoff were at
the bed side of Mrs. Teal Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Robinson spent
Sunday at Wards Chapel, Sunday.
Mrs. Joe Franks returned . after a
week with parents at Sandflat. Mrs.
J. T. Franks left for Kaufman on
business. Mr. Blllie and Mrs. Charlie
M. Richardson made a flying trip
to Kaufman to visit, Dr. Green. Mrs.
Nicy Larkins opened a cafe in the
Jordan Block. Mr. B. Richardson
opened a wood yar.d-after a long
stay, the dengue seems to be abate,
ing.-Mr. Edgar Richardson returned
after a few weeks In Fort Worth.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Hunter, now oc
cupies the JileB home. Mrs. Mary
Hal mo n returned after attending
the funeral of her father in Chand
ler. .
Kant Mexlii. Sunday was an ideal
church going dayNand many were
they who took advantage of the
opportunity. The East Side School
opened Monday morning with an
enrollment of one 'round' hundred.
This school has grown in four weeks
from 19 pupils to this appreciative
number. Rev. P. H. ' Jenkins, the
principal has made requisitions upon
the Superintendent for an assistant
which he is expecting dally. Miss
M. E. Jones, one of the teachers
of the Woodland high school paid
the office of the West Texas Man
ufacturing company a visit last Sun
day. She spoke commendably of the
great work this company was doing
for the race. She also bought a
copy of the Express and charged
the reporter ,to not miss her a sin
gle Saturday. Mr. V. P. PhllllpB,
president of the West Texas Manu
facturing Company dropped In the
office Monday from Dallas, where
he had conferred with Dr. C. W.
Ablngton. on a fifty thousand ($50,-
000) dollar stock sale which they
launched there last week. He also
brought in with him, contracts for
a thrity-slx ($36,000) dollar plant
which this company, soon, expects
to build in Dallas. The reporter
spent the week end with his mother
in Hlllsboro, while there he dropp
ed down to Waco, for a hand shake
with old friends and to take a peep
on at the Cotton Palace. Now he
Is oft for Dallas to attend the big
banquet at the St. James A. M. E.
church, given in honor of the of
ficers and stockholders of the West
Texas ManwfactuTingcompany which
we will (ell you more about next
week.
Wichita Falla. Sunday was a
high day for all the churches. Thous
ands took the holy wine being the
first. Sunday of the month. Sunday
was a high day at Titus Chapel C.
M. E. church. At eleven o'clock the
spirit ran high and-we were blessed
with the out-pouring of the holy
spirit. At 3 o'clock, all the Minis
ters in the city worshiped with us
and Rev. D. E. Matthews preached
and our hearts were oveflowed with
grace. At 8 p. m. the uastor, Rev.
G. A.' Simpson preached and we
feasted till we wanted no more. The
Stewards rally was a success. All
reported except five. Total amount
raised by Stewards $153.70. Hear
Rev. Simpson's farewell sermon for
this year Sunday night 12th, he
has done a great work here $4,890
through his efforts, he has paid $3,
460.00. We hope he will be return
ed as our pastor. Great is he. Dr.
J. T. Welch Is now gracing the
streets of Wichita Fails with a
brand new Ford to the delight of
all his friends. Mrs. Alice Brown of
317 Brick street, received the sad
news of the death of her sister in
Kansas City, Mo., and has with her
in her own home a niece who is
very low sick. We earnestly sym
pathize wlili Mrs. Brown In this
very bereaved h mr. Mrs. Lawier
Smith of 405 Humphries St., also
was called to Denton. Texas on ac
count of serious illness of her only
son. Mrs. Annie Marion, one of the
most useful and prominent ladles
of our city, recently became men
tally over strained and was car
ried back to her home In Arkansas,
for treatment The ladies of Wichita
Falls In great numbers will cer
tainly miss Mrs. Marion (Miss An
nie) as she was caLM. She was a
source for beauty whica all women
crave. Miss Annie's Beauty Parlor
for long straiight hair, perfect com
plexion, ideal finger nails and thea-
stoie her mind and health in gen-
eral to her that she may aid more
frov.13 to become attractive sraUes.
Mr. Williams of Joplln, Mo., was
here last week and took his sick sis
ter. Mrs. Annie Marion to Little
Root, Ark. ,
Abilene. Rev. Carraway, pastor
01 A. M. E. church held services at
his church Sunday. Mrs. James
Jones, who has been sick, the last
week is up and able t attend
church. Mrs. Willie Prince has been
confined in bed for five ov six days.
The Civic League has a number of
interesting plans to be carried Out
this year, and want the co-operation
of the citizens of Abilene. Want
everybody to eat dinner with the
League on Thanksgiving day. Mr.
Charlie Graves of Corsicana, Is here
vis- ing his brother. Mr. Roger
Graves. Rev. Collins and members
of First BaptiBt church had their
rallv Sunday afternoon. Amount
raised, men $70.1f, women $66.15,
b. ys $20.40, girl. $12.78, total
$169.58. Rev. Mclntire of C. M. K
church will preach hlrf last sermon
of this conference year Sunday
night, November 1?.
McKinney Mrs. C. G. Smith of
Mineral Wells Is visiting her nu
band. Rev. C. O. Smith. Tuesday
morning the Revs. R. J. Rucker, C,
G. Smith and R, C. Curtis ate break
fast at the home o.. Mt. and Mrs.
G. T. Gray's. Mrs. P. W. Stewart
spent Monday in Mellsna, the guest
of Mr. tnd Mrs. A. L. Thomas, also
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sanders. Rev.
C. Curtis' our pa?Jr at Pilot
R
Grove C. M. E. church was in Mc-
Kinney. Monday night to witness,
the 4th quarterly conference of St.
James C. M. E. church, he spent
the night in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. P. W. Stewart. Mrs. B. J.
Gamble spent Thursday in Melissa,
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Thomas who are moving to Dallas.
Little Miss Melba Johnson left Fri
day evening for Dallas, where she
will visit her mother and other rel
atives. Mm. Mary Owens was lucky
in drawing the lucky ticket Satur
day night, Oct. 18, at the Peddlers
parade at C. V. E. church under
the direction of Rw. , Mrs. M. M.
Parker of Van Alstyne, Texas, the
prize beingprlze being $5.00 worth
of groceries. The Hallowe'en party
at the resident of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Barnetts given by Mrs. Suale Linr
say was a success. Rev. R. J. Ruck
er, P. E., of Dallas district held his
4th quarterly confercence Monday,
Oct. 30th at St. James C. M. E.
church. A storm visited the home of
Rev. C. G. Smith's Monday night
much damage was dne in the kit
chen. The table waB left laden
with many different kinds f eadl
bles. No doubt Rev. Smith would
smile should the storm visit him
often.
Davis-Young Nuptials.
At the home of Mrs. Laura Young
Sept. 20th, a beautiful wedding was
solemnized by Rev. J. B. Gentry.
The contracting parties being Miss
Artlsha Young and Mr. Lonnle Da
vis. They are among McKlnney's
best Bociety people, the bride Is
primary teacher in public school.
The groom, having a responsible po
sition at McKinney Compress Co.,
as cotton sampler. Many beautifu
and useful pro ;ents were given and
also by a number of white friends.
The bride and groom are domi
ciled In their modern cottage on
N. Throgmorton street.
Lubbock. The program rendered
at the Home Mission was a success.
The B. Y. P.,U. and Sunday school
were well attended and are doing
well. Jake, arrived In the home of
Mr. and Mrs. White, October 28.
Galnewvlle. All churches were at
tended Sunday. The laymen met at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Coplyn, Friday night. After . busi
ness was over the member were ser
ved an excellent menu. Next meeting
will be held at the residence of Mr.
T. RoblnBon. Mr. L. Blackmon and
Rev. B. F. Brown have returned
from an extra session of the asso
ciation which was held at Ft. Worth
last week. They report an excellent
time was spent. Rev. S. J. Dixon
left for Clarendon, .Texas, to preach
at his church.
The deaconess met Friday after
noon at the residence of Rev. B.
J. Brown with Mrs. Lizzie Brown.
A very pleasant evening was spent
after rendering a well arranged
program. Instrumental solo by Mrs.
B. A. Kintz. Reading. Mrs. M. L.
Hill. Vocal solo, Mrs. G. H. Leathers.
The house was turned over to the
hOBtess. a delightful menu was serv
ed. All express themselves as having
a pleasant evening. Watch for dea
coness thanksgiving dinner.
BlosHoni. Sunday school was well
attended at both churches. A splen
did sermon was preached at the C.
M. B. church by Bro. Perkins of
Texarkana. Mrs. Allean Jackson was
shoonlng In Paris, Saturday. Mrs
Buna Balrd, formerly of this place
who is making her home In Coffey
vllle. Kans., Is visiting her mother.
Mrs. Emma Biglow this week. Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Jollnet Taylor motor
ed over Saturday to pay Mrs. Big-
low and her daughter, Mrs. Balrd
a visit. The patrons of the school
are a. teep. we are looking forward
to the day when the citizens of Blos
som awake and take an Interest in
welfare of our city. '
" Pilot Point. Services were well
attended at the Collne Baptist
church Sunday. Rev. Cobbs, pastor
was appointed to fill a pulpit at Ft.
Worth. Rev. W. C. Coleman filled
his post. The entertainment given
Saturday night at Mrs. Mary Tramels
was a success. Mrs. Jessie Johnson
has returned to Kansas City, Mo.,
after a long visit. Miss Louis Lee
Holton after a few mt-nths' illness
has passed to the greet beyond. Fun
eral set rice was attended by the pasr
to-. Rev. Becknell. Mi s Holton
leaves a father and two ulsters and
other relaf. ves and frletii to mourn
ner ,08B'
Dodd City Sunday School at the
A. M. E. church was well aUended.
P. E., Rev. A. R. Starks was here
and held his fourth and last quar
terly conference. Rev. A. R. Marks
preached an excellent sermon Sun
day at 11 a. m. and Rev. Stephens
of Bonbam and wife and Mrs. Ta
turn were here in the afternoon and
Rev. Stephens delivered the mes
sage to us at 3 p. m., closing up
the quarterly for this year. Kev.
aiars ueilrered the message to us
at 8 p. m. The conference was a
grand success. The proceeds of the
conference was $47.55. The Infant
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Washington
was bur.ed Wednesday. Mrs. Llllie
Rundles and Mrs. O. Shaw and Mrs.
Victory Washington are 111. Mrs.
Jennie Henson and little daughter.
Miss Cleo Henson and Mr. Emmett
were- here- fr.im Bonham In the af
ternoon. Litte Miss Geno May Phil
Hps Is still improving to the delight
of her friends.
Kimls. Rev. W. E. Bailey, pasUr
of the A. M. E. church Is closing up
his year's work. Mrs. Ed McRuffin
of Dallas, began teaching at Alma
Monday. . Dr. A. L. Taylor, Prof.
R. D. Washington tad their wives
visited Dallas, Friday. Misses Mabel
Sherrell and Lulu Atkinson begta
teaching on the East side Monday.
Rev. F. W. Scott and h!s conjuga
tion assisted Rev. Lockett and Ms
church In their rally lost Sunday.
Mrs. R. A. Goslin visited Houston,
Saturday. Mrs. Namln Aliens and
daughter spent Sunday In Kxia.
Rev -I L. "tr meat m puipit at
St. Paul Baptist church Sunday. Mr
Satehell Morris epoke to a larg
audience at New Hope. Wednesday
night. Most of the people of Ennls
are enjoying good health. We are
glad to see our school filling up that
is right, send 'em to school. Wat
kins Dry Goods Co., is a new enter
prise for our town now let's buy
wfcat they have without complain
ing. Gilmer. Mr. W. O. Bovons, the
tailor has a nice business n Silver
Alley and is a constant reader of
the Express. Mrs. Eliza Hale com
mends the Express man on referring
to back door number in last week's
issue. Well, Mrs. Hale, If you moan
to drive the nail straight, hit it
squarely on the head. Miss Ardelle
Jones Is the new collector for the
C. M. B. A. here of which Mr. L.
Turner is manager. Mr. A. Ingram
is one the busy merchants in Gil
mer, he manages his store, raises
farm products, attends Sunday school
and church services and meets every
lodge of which he Is mater. The
following persons were here on bus
iness last Saturday: Mr. George Hol
llns, Mr. John Bonner and family.
Mrs. Sallle Btackshear Is on the
sick list. Mr. Ector Donaldson has
arrived from abroard. Rev. T. W.
Wilson says leave the paper for him
eveery BaU'rday. The Missionary
Sisters of the Baptist church, have
organized a "house to house" praise
meeting. Miss Annie Belle Mitchell,.
contemplatee entering high school
after Christmas. Rev. A. W. Ken-
non returned from.Summerfleld last
Saturday conducting a church fair.
He filled his regular appointment
here last Sunday. Prof. J. B. Hawt-
kins, A. B., is still pushing the city
school building here as principal
he hopes to open school within a
few more weeks. Miss Crlasle L.
Grant of near La Fayette, tenders
kindness to the reporter; her form
er teacher. Mr. J. P. Montgomery,
in company with Rev. M. D. Davis,
motored to Marshall, where they '
attended the executive board meet
ing last Saturday. Miss Maggie Ford
likes the Express. Rev. Barnwell
lectured at the C. M. E. church last
Sunday. Mrs. S. I. King and Mr.
Willie Ward are on the sick list.
Corsicana. Prof. G, A. Jones of
principal of the Powell school and
Mrs. S. . A. . Hodge, assistant teach
er opened school on the 6th Inst. A
new United Mutual Woodman lodge
was put Into operation at Kerens
last Friday night by Messers Chest-
nutt, Johnson, Adams, Durham and
Hedgapeth. The affair given by the
children and leaichers of Fred Doug
las high school at the Odd Fellow
hall netted $45.00. Mrs. A. R. Hurd
is, -adding, two rooms, a porch, new
doors . and windows and weather
boarding her house. There are sev
eral new houses In course of con
struction.' Rent houses are very
scarce. A Mr. Isaac Haynes, a farm
er,, of color was arrested Saturday
morning. for bootlegging and sent to
Dallas to be tried In the Federal
Court. The pastors of the chunches
met with their congregations ,at
Bethel A. M. E. church to Sunday
evening to assist paBtor Walker in
getting read t;or conference. A Mr.
.elley living on Fifth avenue was
arrested Saturday night for abusive
language to a Mexican neighbor.
Mrs. Llllie Jessup, one of our Ex
press readers passed away last week
and was buriend on Thursday, Nov.
2nd 1922. Mrs. O. S. Sallad is home
arain after being away for a short
ime. Mrs. R. J. Johnson and Mrs.
Southall are recovering from re
cent illness. Mrs. Chance is said to
be feeling better. Mrs. Didy Neal
who reported to be 104 yars old is
visiting her son, Mr. Wlli Graham
of 1021 Seventh Aavenue. Mrs. Dixie
Adklns who has been visiting for
some time with her sick mother has
returned. Mrs. P. Baker left her
home this week to visit a sick
daughter. Mrs. F. E. Stewart, wife
of undertaker Stewart has returned
home after an absence of six
months. Mr. Jim Ashton of Dice was
here on- business Monday. Miss
J. D. Edwards who went to Tub
's egee to attend school, returned
home on account of her health.
Our churches First Baptist ser
vices were well attended all day,
including B. Y. P. U. nd Sunday
school. At night the meeting titr.i
wau used for testimonials by a"i
Christians, the spirit ran high and
there was much joy and happiness
express d. Sixth Avenue Morning
sermon was extra fine and was lis
tened with marked inteerest and at
tention by an appreciative audience.
Communion was served at 3:80 p.
m., Supt. Hedgespeth head of the
3unday achnol with most of the
teachers made the lesion interesting
and brought out several Important
and helpful facts.
Bethel A. M. E. church Services
were well attended and Dr. Walker
preached two excelent eerrpns. At
3 p. m. 6th Avenue C. M. E. and
Ind: pendent Baptist churches with
their pastor, joined Bethel in a mass
meeting where all the pastors .nade
excellent talks. The spirit ran high
all day. The colection was above
$100.00. The members and citizens
generally are anxious for Rev. Walk
er's return to Bethel and our Mty
for another year. Mrs. R. C. Walker
came In from her home in Austin
to spend a while In the parsonage
snd to attend the conference in Mar
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