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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 June 1920

THE DALLAS EXTBESS DALLAS. SATURDAY JTE a 1920. PAGE FIVE 33 1 5 )U3 ) S3 v HOME OFFICE GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD lnlf ' ill - i Uiit 'Jrij " - tJLv ' I :E$Ji ml J I.5j h Mfs? ;v 1 i.y- 1 ts W--J Inl m 4- tPv5" 1"; '5)-: f- . nn ll j . -.yjij y- r.itM--i; . . t... . j i nil II II ' ! I j ' .-2 iHrj v ... . s fill' nil '. I- - ; I ... "1 "' ' I'"'' ' ' ' ! jL -'T"i-.'..-7T; I- .. ..--..u.I-i: ; III! 0 " " ' ' "":' : Jil I I Am:. ' l-bt2't 'In! ' r L F-' : 1 . iln ' m ri r nn Automobiles run trains run some more airplanes fly The Golden Chain beats them all whenever it loses a member anywhere in Texas or Oklahoma. We run upon the wire we pay by telegraph that's us. None before and none are coming after us like us that's us. Our depository The American Exchange National bank Dallas' big bank. : "(JET THE HABIT" The Golden Chain of the World has got the habit when It gets a telegram announcing the death cf a member to draw a check for 200.00 within 11 minutes for the member's family. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 June 1920

9 i Velvet Brown Hair Preparations! Surpassingly Fine H 1 5 lU PRESSING OIL I I ft ) X M A O C S V HI I ja ifk OALLAS 0 TtXAS Mil H vtlvv Gives a fine $lo53 and ml 1 lELVESnowl y II ( HAIR GROWER UJI) VyVkV ALIAS TEXAS $ i ' ADDRESS y Suite 102 Pythian Temple : : Adding to the charm and beau- ty acquired from the use of the exquisite "Velvet Brown" Skin preparation Supreme PRICE! t $1.10 Per Jar Your personal appe a r a n c e Is your greatest as- set. Don't blame your hair and your skin If they do not come up to your estimate of 'what they should be. Maybe ' they do not receive the proper amount of attention which they are due. The Infinite care and scienti- fic knowledge which enter Into the manufacture of VELVET BROWN prepara- tions Insure you results which cannot fall short of "Perfect Satisfaction" Each preparation made by a Doctor. Teachers are finding the agency for VELVET BROWN a paying opportunity. observed Decoration Day Sunday. Mu:s Carrie has closed her school as Gainesvi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 June 1920

$ THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS SATURDAY JUNE 5 1020 FAGS 8ETZ3 S.aaaW .aaaV A-aV AA. .aaa. .aVa. Afc. j6a. Aa. .alSfc anw A-aV Afc. .aa. .fJaVSav JaV I THE VICTORY! MALAKOFF Malakoff Texas June 4. Our little town is on the boom. Miss Mable Payne has returned from Bishop College. S. W. Mitchell reports that District Board No. 3 was a success raising $75.00. Misses Ara Mitchell and H. L. Williams are home from East Texas Academy. All of the churches combined will celebrate the 19th of June. Rev. W. I Sutton of Tyler was unanimously elected pastor of the First Baptist church. Prof. W. T. Jackson reports the Foreign Mission Convention at Com- merce a record breaker. Rev. G. Davis the model pastor of Second Baptist church celebrated his ninth anniversary last Sunday. Dr. H. H. Brown Resv. M. D. McAlister J. C. Oliphant and Hon. H. A. Payne are the speakers for tthe 19th. of June. Read the Express. W. T. JACKSON Reporter. MART Mart Texas June 4. Sunday school and services were well attend- e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 June 1920

I I l ' ;: TEXAS TOWNS It I - I" - ; : . JL 'WH'iwi if i il g'iT" it CAMEROX. Cameron' Texas June 4. Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Hughes and Mrs. A. B Hoblnson returned from St. Louis Wednesday reporting an en- joyable trip. Mrs. Pearlle Green of Ardmore Okla. is visiting her mother Mrs. Corine Woods. Prof. A. R. Jef- ferson attended the closing of the Griffin Chapel school Saturday. Mrs. Ada Ware Taylor Is quite an energetic teacher. Dr. E. Young our efficient physician has a very lucrative practice and many friends here. Pastor R. H. Littleton of Lights Chapel delivered two excel- j day. Refreshments were served lent sermons Sunday. Rev. J. W. Mr. Herman Phillips is Improving Williams was called to Stoneham ! his home. Mr. Johnnie Rose has to fill an appointment last wsek. I returned from the Temple hospital. Miss Maggie McCoy was called to Mrs. L. C. Cooper who has been Glddings Thursday on account of very sick is improving. Members the illness of his father Thursday of Shlloh Baptist chu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 June 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS SATURDAY JUNK 5 1020 I'AGE NTSTR ening s H tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt HIGH X L EVERYTHING FIT TO PRINT 3211 Cechran Street MOVING PICTURES J. ALBA. AUSTIX City Editor OEMS FOR SCRAP HOOK Here 1'cs the boiy of William Jay Who (lied .maintaining his right of way. - He was right as he sped along But he is just as dead aa if he'd been wrong. 1 Last night I was at a party and they were playing a very pretty play (hat had kissing in it. One lady got in a chair and another got behind her and said: heavy heavy bangs over your bead or something like that and tlfcn a remark came whom will you choose to pull you up? Mr. Jones Bhe replied of course Mr. Jones got a kUs then Mr. Jones was seated; heavy heavy hang over your head comesa voice from behind the chair line or super line tine only said he; whom will you choose to pull you up; Miss Wilson alright Miss Wilson is now in the chair and la asked the samo question of eviuunuy i must have gotten into course ti...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 June 1920

PACK TEN' ' THE TUTXAS EXPRESS. SATTRDAY JUNE 5. 1920. ) ' . ' COW'H MILK FROM PEAXtT WORK OK tdLIIKKU GK.MUS Cow's milk from the lowly peanut may become a actor In reducing the high cost of living an the result of experiment by )r. Geo. w. Carver who beKan life as a slave and who now Is In charge of the Department of Research at the Tuskegee Insti- tute the great Negro school accord- ing to the Government Savings Di- vision Dallas. Texas of which Dins- more palatable than that from the Can you Imagine milk golden nourishing milk as rich and even more palltable than that from the choicest Jersey .comlnc from the humble peanut? This is one of the thlnira that have oeen aone by Dr. George W. Carver of the Department of Research of the Tuskegee Alabama Iustltute founded By Booker T. Washington and of which Dr. Robert 13. Moten la now. at the head. Of the product Dr. Carver himself says: The milk consists of a perfect emulsion of the oils fats proteids and carbohydrates.' If you did not...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 June 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS JTNE 6 1030. PAGE ELEVEN h mr --hi i- ii i ' kg r " 'i THE GRAND CENTRAL THEATRE JOHN HARRIS OWNER & MANAGER 1C om our qwiotes 4 BT. JAMES A. M. E. CHINCH F LORENCE AND GOOD STPvEETS AND THE CONNECTIONAL ASSEMBLY OP THE MINISTERS AND L WILL BE HELD FEBRUARY 1921. For the first time In the history of this connection which is now well along in the second centuary of Its organic life It has decided to hold these most important meet- ings in the state of Texas. There will be present nineteen bishops of the A. M. E. church visiting Bish- ops from all the other branches of the Colored Methodist church all the general officers and representa- tive ministers and laymen from all over the country. The visitors will number from eighteen to twenty- five hundred people many spe- cial trains are run to these meetings ' they are second in importance to the General Conference alone of all the gatherings of the church. The occasion concerns every citi- zen of Texa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 June 1920

VMIR TTTFITV TrTE I)AUS EXPKFNtf. DATXAN .FORT WOIITlHl ' TEXAS. R(E1R r 1 PHIL. R. REGISTER REPORTER 1154 CALHOUN STREET SATlTtDAY JUNE! 8 1020. . . . - - . i i. . - . i . - ... i . " (if I: (i f t' HI lii us M 1 f s .1 ! I1 n ; ! i s i T" I . i I - y " L l'HIL R IlKOISTKR ACT1VITIKS COLORED BRANCH I M. I. A. - Fort Worth Texas May 4. 1920.. On Wednesday evening twenty- boys from Stop Six assembled at the Association Headquarters ana jionea with the boys of the city in a lively heartv program of songs and yells. Before entering Into the social side of the proCTam the boys were drilled in the meaning of the Y laws ana the Declaration of Purpose. A short Bible talk was given by Prof. Fowler. "Brighten the Corner where You are' 'was the beat song of tho even- ing. The boys from Stop Six showed great ability to sing. A choral club is to be organized among them. Stop Six now has a total of twenty mem bers comprising the Boys Reserve Club. Rev. Phillips Is an energetic worker among the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 June 1920

k II.. ' :t.. tit n. ir 'n M . .'XJ. ! n i i. J . . 1 . . - HOME EDITION T II A. . - . f I Lf 2CV J I I i Vvt3 r-fy :Ji..Ji. j I JCT 'A.f rr. r'TW L i it If APlP rnlTlAIl r . . -ft : "I V; . .. . ' : : . Fwindd b w. a Ba. : Tki Republican Party hThe Skip All ylse Xa pie Sea."Fred Douglas. $2.00 Per Annua - - V: -: ' "!; - VOL. 27 NO. 30. . : ' THE DALLAS rlXPKESS DALLAS 'TEXAS I SATURDAY JUNE 12 19U0. : . . V PHICE FITE . CETT . 7T ' " : ' : "r r7T " TiTT 7 . .; -T -v - " ; : "i ' ! 5": ' - . " : ' na 1 'I I ft I ti 5 MANY THOUSAND DELEGATES AND VISITORS CROWD vPfTHIAN TEMPLE FOROPEMNGMSESB ; Grand Chancellory of OfTexasExtensionVorkSpeak The Orand 'IodRH formally opened Monday nlk'nt June Ttn at a . o ciock 1 in the fythian Temple. tnng ucroi the hour scheduled crowds of dele- tfatPS representing the various lodges and courts of the state of Texas and citizens thronged the loby and stairs leading to the auditorium in which the exercises were to be held. At about 8:30 o'clocy Sir J....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 June 1920

PAGE TWO THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS SATURDAY JUNE 12 1920. OSJGSi l!i ATTEKDAKCE AT THE THIRTY-SIXTH PYTH IAN GIUKD SESSION (Continued from page 1). was the appointment of the followinf committee and chairmen: Committee or. Nerology W. D. Miller Chairman. ' Local By-Laws D. C. Breaux. State ot Country. G. R. Gravel. Law and Supervision T. D. Mitch- ell. Temperance t R. S. Jenkins Chair- man. " Appeals and Grieveanccs A. S. Weils Chairman. .... Fraternal . Greetings F. G. Brown Chairman. Education W. S. Smith. Chairman. Resolutions: H. T. Haynes Chair- man. - State of Order 1. T. Splller Chair- man. State -of Education: W. C. Martin Chairman. .' r KELIGIOIS 8EBTICES OF GBAJill COL'KT At 4 P. M. the members of the Grand Court filed Into the Audltirlum and occupied scats to listen to the Annual Sermon. . A number of spiritual songs were sung as a prelude to the sermon. Cirand Court Choir The Grand Court choir made up of singers from different sections ot the state led in singing Mrs. A....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 June 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS JUNE 12 1920. PAGE THREE Seme Fewns In Texas v t BEEJVHAM Brentaam Texas June 10. Sunday ' school was good. The lesson was reviewed by Supt and remarks were made by Rev. I. S. Newson at -Mt. Rose Baptist church. Sunday school was good at all ; of the churches. Rev. . L. Secret conducted services at Independence. Rev. I. S. New- some preached the Missionary ser- mon at Mt. Rose Sunday. Rev. Rhone preached at Little Zlon Sun- day. Mrs. T. E. Patrick entertained the Lydla Band Thursday night; subject Psalms 1st Chapter. Re- freshments were served. Miss Alma Herd of Dallas is in the city the guest of the Shealey family. Miss Lucy Hughes returned to the. city today after a pleasant visit to Houston with relatives. Born to ' Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Waller . Friday night a line boy. Both fath- er and mother are delighted.' Madams K. A .Ford and Rosetta Ellis are improving. Mr. Will Cheatham took a flying trip to Becvllle Sunday night. Mrs. Henry Mayes is on th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 June 1920

VAGB FOUR THE DALLAS EXPRESS DAI LAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNK 12 1920. THE DALLAS EXPRESS MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday moraine Ja the ear at I00 Swiss Avenue. by fHB DALLAS EXTOKHS PUBLISHING ' COMPAHT. t (Incorporated) Dallaa Tezaa. ' . m Trk omre Froet Froet M i. J6th 'Street China Offlrc Frost Froat. Bef- ( Building. Atlaaia OBmi Froat Froat Can- Bier Building. HwkTlile one Froat Froat In- dependent Life Building. STOSCUXriON IX ADVANCE. One Tear ....... Six ; Month Three Months Single Copy -12.00 -11.00 - .76 . .05 ' KOT1CB TO TBS PUBLIC. Any erroneous resection upon tha aharacter. atandlnsr or reputation of any person firm or corporation whlon ay appear ' the columns of Tbs Pallas Express will be gladly cor- rected upon Its being- brouffbt to tie attention of the publishers. Entered at Poat Office at Dallas fexas. as aecond-claaa matter under Act ef Congress. March. 187t. IMPORT AWT Mo subscriptions mailed for a period less than three months. Pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 June 1920

V ...... .mm.rwmm PAGE FIVE THE DALLAS EXPRESS DAILY PALLAS SATURDAY JUNE 12 1020. GREEN-McGARTHY DELE GATION THROWN OUT Henry Lincoln Johnsons'!111 opportunity la yours to exemplify or. the founder of tills institution; me Tuukegee spirit the spirit of the 'great luaener 01 Nazareth. I James Cobb was seated from .thn fuith in uth mm district or. (joiumoia. The Mississip- seated delegation from Georgia seated with the exception of three districts. numes to make up their list of dele- gates to the State convention some of them being recorded from sec tions of the Stato they had "never' set foot in much less live there." He charged the State committee of thirty-one being men who would do anything In re-electing delegates In uruer 10 control. McDonald added tiiat at the State convention he was invited to go out and hire himself a nail for his convention but that he replied that the majority never bolts. He explained to the committee his version 01 tne convention and its on cration sayi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 June 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS SATURDAY JUNE 12 1920. 1 MKWWWj- .: v " - 1 Your mirror willreflecta beautifvcleatuclearsoHi smooth light complexion if you will use GOLDEN BROWN OINTMENT ' We cannot bo whit but wt can be light bright and attractive. Goldan Brown Ointment will make your dark awarthy akin ahadea ' brighter giving your akin a soft clear clean beautiful appearance. LOOK YOUR BEST-BE PROUD OF yOUR RACE Nothing else made like Golden Brown Ointment ao stop being fooled by so-called akin whlteners and start using Golden Brown Ointment today aa It la ao much better and so much easier and ab- solutely safe to apply. Do not delay but apply Golden Brown Ointment to your neck face and arms and In a few days your swarthy dark muddy complexion will become light bright aoft smooth and clear. Thousands of our race now have beautiful light kin through the use of Golden Brown Ointment and you can have the same. After using Golden Brown Ointment for a ahort time your mirror will reflect the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 June 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS SATURDAY JTOB 12 1920. ? ? r r r Y Y t r t t t t t t f Pythian and Calanthian Delegates Who Use - Velvet Brown Skin and Hair Preparations ARE ALL SMILES and Justly bo for they are using scientifically prepared pre- parations Insuring themselves of a most beautiful complexion and luxuriant growth of hair which give them a decided advantage over the. non-users of Velvet Brown Skin and Hair Preparations PRESSING OIL 60 OenU SKIN PREPARATION SUPREME ....1.10 HAIR GROWER .50 Cents TEMPLE GROWER 25 Cents FAST MONEY FOR AGENTS 4jL J See or write DR FRANK J. HAWKINS Suite 102 PYTHIAN TEMPLE DALLAS TEXAS " . r i t t t t t t t t t t V t X t f t POKTA Ponta. Texas. May 27. A much needed ra'n fell here on the night of 15th Instant which put the farm- corn crops are better than usual at this time of the year and cotton Is so promising besides being a poor stand. Sunday school was good at all churches as usual and preach- ers 'n high spirits for work. The In was a specia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 June 1920

THU DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JCNE 12 1920. V.CV "' ' tf 'I TEXAS TOWNS ' ' 1 ' : - ; Li z: MINERAL WLLS. Mrs. Edgar Marshall and daughter I Miss VIeata Murrell purchased I wuss luuij ouoiwu w xcuiouu mout 11000.00 wortn or ary gooas . ... 77 : ki in the city for the baths. Mrs. Bet- ..... Mineral wens June iu. aji ... T . i - k iai ween wmiu were Kuueu 10 me churches and Sunday schools are do- . VT" .'" 6f L p 7 Mercantile Company which is being TAYLOR lng nlcoly. Rev. W. T. Talley of the First Baptist church celebrated his fifth anniversary last week. He preached Sunday night to a crowd- ed house after which he received many nice presents. The members of the A. M. E. church and friends wore very much surprised last week when they received word that Her. E. W. Wright P. C.( of the A. M To all of the members of Camp No. 88 of Marlin Texas. Chief Com- mander C. M. White will be here Instead of Prof. J. E. Roblpson on June 21st on his tour to the grand encampment of the Ame...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 June 1920

DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 12 1920 PAGE NI?(B wpmKHV EMANCIPATION CELKRRA. bration this year is a fair Indication in the change of thought among the Colored people. Different from the past years when a big barbecue plenty of liquor and free for all lights were the characteristics of the Juneteenth affairs. The program this year is under the auspices of the Fred Douglass Improvement League .composed largely of young Negroes with Dr. D. W. Porter pres- ident and V. L. S. Booker as sec- retary. The local program following a big parade is educational in - tone and large delegations from all sur- rounding counties have been prepared for. NOTICE TIIB TEXAS SCHOOL OF EM- BALMING at Dallas Texas Announces "its" opening for the fall term of 1920. All persons desiring information will address Jno. O. Chisum sec- retary. CITIZENS MORTUARY 25&1 Elm Street Dallas Texas. J. C. KERNARD JR. 4 NO. O. CHISUM Sec'. 8. M. BROWN. The Negroes of Dallas are plan- ning the celebration of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 June 1920

g Jnst Imagine It! HUNDREDS OP PAIRS OF WHITE KID HAND-TURNED SOLE HIGH ' ! i LOUIS HEEL .BOOTS FOR LESS THAN THE ACTUAL Y11ULH-sai rxv OF ONE PAIR-2 PAIRS FOR $5.00. Unbelievable Values While They Last COME IN LOOK TIIEM OVER GET ACQUAINTED WITH US NOW AND YOU'LL TAKE OUR ADVICE AND BUY SEVERAL PAIRS OF K0H-l-N0R'S STORY ENDLESS Complete Tale of Matchless Diamond Now One of British Crown Jew- eli. Was Never Told. All tin world has heard of the Koh-l-uor or as it has been sometimes culled the Grent Mogul diamond and It would seem that there was noth- ing more to be said about it remarks Klrnnor "' Maddock in A8la Magazine. Yet. in point of fact not a tenth part of Its history has ever been traced so far dofs it extend back Into the vistas of the past. . IVrhnps one of the strangest things aliout It Is that it cannot be lost to the world indefinitely. It was bricked and plastered op in a wall and miraculous- ly found after its former owner lifld been murdered. It was twice thrown awa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 June 1920

DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 12 1920 PAGE ELEVEN) "-if .'"saaaaaaii;" "Sassd4" -Hc; "..asaaw - DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN V 'i M in 'A w '.J MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson 1 J J :ss:a;28siinri;:sss if A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. HERE) COMES THR BKIDeV The month of June la the moat pop- ular month for Weddings'. Naturally there muat be a reason for this. The first reason may be traced to the culmination of a friendship begun In the fall or previous summer encour- aged and expanded during- the long winter months when the lovara were shut In and sweet courtship bald away. The long moonlit evenings ad- ding a glamour of romantic sotting to love'a dream. Secondly it la eas- ier to live in summer than In win- ter and the young people are not discouraged In making plan's and In taking on new responsibilities such as winter coats suits and fuel bills. Lastly the fruitage of flowers reaches Its senlth In the month of J...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 June 1920

IVAGE TWELVE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURLaV JUNE 12 1920 r - - gnyri siHfc' THE GRAND CENTRAL E JOHN HARRIS OWNER & MANAGER We have just installed the Blizzard Cooling System which makes this this the coolest Theatre in town.. ATRF mom wr mmarn EL BKTHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Tis a session of gathering In of the finance -from the fields of plenty and beause of so many ral- lies at the various v churches the many visiting friends were not as numerous this SundayTret It was a "High Day" with us. The Sunday school is rapidly reaching the heights of prominence. The Official Class leads In the contest. The school presented to Miss Willie Bacon an honor gift for her graduation in the Public High school. She is an active member of the Sunday school. Some changes has been made in the class corriculum as well as teach- ers. Miss Lueile Myers. Mrs. Etta Smith and Prof. Powell have been added to the staff. The monthly Cobenant service was held at 11 a. m.; each person seemingly was full of ...

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