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Galveston Voice (Newspaper) - October 3, 1931, Galveston, Texas The Galveston voice saturday october 3, 1931 Page three mrs p. A Colvin editor phones p-2036 c-0425 �?o0 suns and skies and Clouds of a june and Flowers of Juhe together be cannot rival for one flour october a Bright Blue p motor rides in and about the City Are the greatest diversion in. Social ranks just a at. Liis season. October a changing foliage in town and country is its chief Beauty. The Woods Are gorgeous with Crimson russet and Gold a our giant. Oaks elms and. Pines though Evergreen and somber Are lighted by the yellow Birch. Goldje a Enron and wild daisies and. Cosmos Siake the roadsides Gay and Riv in in to in unassuming Beauty june a Radia it blossoms. I and they Quot Are telling you about those fishing tips and the distaste they measure descriptive of. A the length of the fish would Nottke one to link the. Waters in these parts were infested with whales. The tribe of Walton is increasing daily j soon Tjie Horn of the Hunter will wind and such devotees of the great sport As or. J. R. Terrell Jimmie Law John Collins m. Hubert or. A. A. Ward or. T. Shadowens,7br. G. W. Antoine or. T. J. Hackett Dri h. E. Lee and a Host of others Wil ,. stalking a big games to their lairs and bringing Down the denizens of the Forest,1 on the Wing and altogether indulging in this a a Many a sports with their usual zest and enthusiasm. A using a song of seasons something Bright in All. Flowers in the summer fires in the trophies in Silver Are the awards of the winners in the recent Tennis tournament. They Are being displayed today. They Are Silver statuettes of the Tennis girl and boy. One of them is the Honor due miss Besselle Johnson now at Talladega College one goes to miss Doris Sanders now at Prairie View one is the award coming to George Layne one to Alfred Mims and the other two to Elihu Scott. The Beautiful trophies Are the gift of the Houston recreational department and private individuals and a will be an influence and impetus to Tennis playing among our Young people. We Are hoping it will be an annual affair. Fun abounding health Gay camaraderie on the courts returning the opponents balls until the cry is a game a the fun of those tying scores a Deuce a then one scores advantage and every once in a while one Side wins All the Points before the opposite Side has scored any and the game is a a love in be always wondered Why they called it a a love How they a will play for a championship 1 these Young people of ours filid life gloriously worthwhile. A marriage is great Juno a and just before the social Calendar is filled with news of weddings and Harvest brides the first Anni cause we desire them. They Are growths from within outward and not accretions. Come together yourselves and Start something. Use those talents of yours a keep busily occupied those keen Bright trained minds of yours. Some years a go can to you recall houstonian the a Lub activities of scores of Young women just fresh from school who believed it was both a privilege and a duty to engage in club activity in Houston. Some of them were Euretta k. Fairchild and her sister Mable Dallie Miller Ellouise Matthews Willie Blount Wessin Grimes Mary Jane Talbert Virginia Miller Earlie Lawrence Bessie Osborne Velma Strickland Sallie Mayy Pivot Webb Mai. Etta Perry Bennie Alexander just Many Many others. Some of these married have gone to other cities and yet keep. Club activities. Some of these have gone from us forever others Are yet Here and Are get actively carrying on in club work. In those Days we got behind great projects like presenting the. Great Siniger mme Anita Patti Brown to Houston at the City auditorium where the door receipts even in those Days of prewar Small prices were in excess of $400. We did Charity work Art work literary work and put out pretentious year books. A a and so this years a a grads and last years a a grads and All Young folks get Busy you can use your Many talents right Here in Houston. Its a great motto that ing As we there is thing in Quot you that subscribes Isnit there a lift some to it an informal Tea sponsored by the y. A. And the y. W. A. Will be Given in the y. W. A. Parlours sunday afternoon at four of clock honouring William c. Craver newly elected Secretary of the y. A. And miss Alvin e. Logan social worker at the Bethlehem settlement. In the receiving line will be newcomers to the City. You know you can say what you please Houston is one of the most cordial genial warm hearted cities in this country. It hospitality is a tradition. All of a pull hard toward goals of individual achievement and pursue economic fraternal civic professional business social or. Personal ideals with a Fervour and earnestness worthy of the ambitious anywhere but when it comes to welcoming the stranger within our Gates we come together to a Man and say a Welcome and and this is As should be and a tradition of which we Are proud. All Houston is invited out sunday. Com it out and clasp hands with the new a workers in our midst. T rhe y. A c. A. Has asked All unemployed girls of the City to Register at the executive office in the Odd re i tvs Temple. Several classes without fee or Price have been organized and it is hoped that Many Young women will join them. Miss Bobbie Walton efficient Secretary to John w. Rice Odd Fel Antonio t a a Adeliwe pm try Soick Al activities if you want notary Public work done with a thoroughness and dispatch sic mrs. 0. Mccullough 1318 Cleveland Street dial Fairfax 1623. Of a a a Quot. A a Quot a a it a Quot a Elgin Street Sandwich shop and lunch room 2515 Elgin Avenue. Curb service. Mrs jennie1 l. Hayes it a pro Iet Hogan violinist and music teacher wants a limited number of violoncello students boys preferred. Will take them at half price.1 dial l-074g 3111 a a Alesley Sanders son of Roy. And mrs. J. ? 1507, Robin died Friday sept. 25, in n local Hospital and was funeral Zed monday from Daniels and Phillips funeral Corlors. A. A Leon Hogan invites you to inspect i music studio in its new quarters at 8111 Dowling Good son bldg dial l-074g. Theoretical As Well As practical music Taugh t. Of. For individual instruction in shorthand and typewriting phone Beacon 30231 or Call at 2606 Dowling. Jefferson macintosh member of Bethel Baptist Church usher Board who had been in failing health for several months passed away wednesday night and was buried thurs who Atley Tutor attends school in Golden West miss m. Viola Butler winsome daughter o f Rev. And mrs. J. Butler 2209 Dowling arrived Home in time to hear the sound of Tho first Bell of the school session after having scent the summer in the Golden West. The said journey began in Juno making stops in charges the Alamao City Elpaso then to High Day afternoon from Daniels and j be the guest of one of her first up. A. Josg Flora Collier in Pasadena Calif. In los Angeles she was the guest of her Cio Lisin mrs. P. E. Tolbert formerly Mary Goodson of this City. The sight seeing tour began which seemed to be endless Phillips undertaking company. Rev. J. R. Burdette officiated. Or. Johnson dentist can save Yout. Money. On your dental work because of being out of the mrs. O. Booker san an Tonio and Southwest Texas and Ditonio wife of o. Booker Alamo Vilics her time between1 their Lovely City a leading tailor is a native of that City and holds membership in san Antonio Little theatre Cecelia singers and Friendly girls club being treasurer of the latter organization. Mrs. Booker who is a very charming and Beautiful woman is very prominent socially in san an Home 226 Meerscheidt Street her husbands tailor shop and her Many and varied soft Al activities. The Booker Home is always open to their Many friends and mrs. Booker i a most gracious hostess deriving much pleasure in the entertaining role. She is the Mother of two talented and Beautiful Quot children Jacquelene and o. C., or. Ersary of the marriage of or. And Iowa endowment Secretary will of mrs. T. Ewell 2416 Lorraine is f or a course in shorthand and Type celebrated with a dinner party. I writing. Covers were Laid for fourteen. J miss Hazel a Hainsworth graduate gorgeous Crimson roses was Center 0f Howard University and teacher piece to a snowy Board that held 0f latin at Jack Yates High school lighted tapers in Silver holders Crystal sparkling Clear Ejub Roiderer will teach a class in French. Miss Leontine Osborne graduate Tion in Hampton Institute and the University of Pennsylvania will teach a class in clog tap and Folk dancing and aesthetic dancing. girls of the City while we Are waiting for that Silver lining lets grow interested in these classes and worthwhile projects. It will be so interesting. There la be splendid new contacts an Opportunity for new friendships and that Chance to be so the interim that Well find ambition aroused and will turn the trick of come True. Making our dreams papery interlacing Fern fronds and j 0f Prairie View and who has done Dainty decorative a touches in other graduate work in physical Educa appointments signalled this feast As an occasion. These popular Young people have fitted into the Groove of Houston s social life so admirably and have identified themselves with All the activities and agencies of. Fraternal Church social and professional Progress very effectively. Seated at dinner were or. And mrs. Silas. Ewell sr., or. And mrs. A. Ewell miss Ida Mae Lewis Silas Ewell jr., miss Hazel Hains Worth Robert a Hainsworth or. Thelma Patten liw Jimmie Law or. And mrs. H. A. Hainsworth. The menu of roast Turkey and dressing creamed potatoes creamed a eggplant Green peas candied Sweet potatoes string Beans hot tolls Caramel cake and Caramel ice Cream was delicious and Law defender spoils editor was easily the life of the party his keen wit Friendly raillery and Clever repartee adding zest to appetite and evoking general conversation. I mrs. Ewell the Bride of a year was beautifully gowned in the second Empire Mode in Gay Chiffon. She was the recipient of Many Beautiful gift Sand among them a Telegram from her Mother with a gift of Money. A the clubs of the City Are resuming activities after the vacation season. The-1906 Art club the Ethel Ransom club various purely social clubs and the District federation and City federation of clubs Are advancing progressive programs. I have been called upon to install tha newly elected officers of the City federation of clubs in the Parlours of the y. W. A. In the Odd Fellows Temple saturday afternoon at 4 of clock. The Public is a invited. A lifting As we climb a the National Giotto of club women is a Challenge to Houston women of Talent and ability who wish to add one Quot Stone to the edifice of racial uplift that we Are building so Many Good women there Are Over the City whom these clubs would invite to membership. You Are needed. Some of you have done such splendid work in the past and Are so capable of doing great work again. You Are always promising yourselves to identify yourselves with the club world again. Now is a great Opportunity. Start with the years program. There is an army of Young College women also with time on their hands. No better Opportunity to develop your talents and bless humanity than to Start Row giving Quot your Best to the world. Influence with the Public increase in Power done to just happen. They Are not accorded to us simply be and have you met mrs. Johns you Haven to Well its time you did. You la find her smiling and so understanding and willing find so ready to help make this a wonderful fall7 and Winter season for All the unemployed girls of Houston. Mrs. Johns is Secretary of our Busy y. W. A. Her efforts Are seconded by a group of Houston a women who Are wanting you to come All of you. Done to disappoint your friends. A i the City federation of women a clubs under the guidance of a its out going president mrs. Ellouise Matthews Williams sponsored a Linen Shower for the y. A c. A Home at Gray and Hutchins. Quot ladies from All Over the a a City responded nobly to the invitation to Linen towels sheets scarfs Pillow cases and table covers to this worthy project of our local y. W. a., the residence for girls and Young women. Some of these Young women attend our local High school while others Are employed Here in Houston. They Are All splendid Young people living Normal wholesome live and doing their part to contribute to the splendor of our City life. What a worthwhile project for others of our clubs for the fall and Winter to study the y. W. A. Program and inquire of its Secretary concerning other needs of the y. W. A. Residence. Who. Is it among us who does not have a healthy desire for the Success of our girls and wish to. Secure their peace and happiness. A a. Quot a arms. Jas. T. Ewing who has been visiting in Austin and other Points in the state is at Home again to of her relatives and . A # Goldenrod and yellow daisies enlivened the Silver Tea sponsored by mrs. O. Spencer and mrs. Mabel Mitchell As joint hostesses at the residence of the former 2002 Bringhurst sunday. It was an outstanding social occasion on North Mabel Mitchell in Black frocks and Caps and Dainty aprons served the guests. The Beautiful and spacious ome with its adornment of wonderful Cut Flowers was an Ideal setting for the occasion. Mrs. A a a. Colington talked on Many guests called during the Tea a delightful musical program was rendered and a delectable ice course was served. A. Acreage Homes the delightful suburban Retreat of Many Well arranged outings this season was Host to Tho Jet elites and their friends this we Koh a Moonlight picnic. Wednesday night. The Outing was Well attended and sponsored by the Deacon Board of Bethel Baptist Church of which p. Colvin is chairman. Conversation and refreshments beguiled away the hours. V Henry t. Davis and daughters mrs. Bernice Davis James and miss Lois Davis or. And mrs. A. W. Mcdonald and mrs. Ben Foreman Galveston teachers motored up to attend the Public Institute meeting of the Houston coloured teachers held a at Taylor school. After the Institute or. And mrs. Mcdonald and mrs. Ben Foreman were entertained at dinner by or. And mrs. John r. Grigsby 1910 Davis. After a splendid culinary feast the visiting teachers were guests of the Grigsby on a motor drive Over the City. A a mrs. Peter Antone and son Peter or Galveston motored from Galveston to Houston Friday. They made Jack Yates their destination and picked up their sister Andt aunt mrs. I c. Colvin English teacher at Yates,1 and All repaired to the Colvins Home at 2703 Quitman. Or. And mrs. Lonnie Henry los Angeles Calif-., son in Law and daughter of mrs., Minerva Sturgis 2205 i Stevens after a delightful though Brief visit of ten Days returned to their California Home. They plan to visit san Francisco and Pasadena before going to los Angeles. Mis Bernice Countee graduate of Meharry medical College at Nashville. Tenn., in the department of nurse training and who has followed her vocation in Houston and Prairie View a a is now employed As nurse in the Houston Public school system her Mother mrs. Nannie h. Countee is resident House Mother of the new Home of amp a nursed at the Houston negro Hospital. Robert Hainsworth 2319 Davis son of or. And mrs. H. A. Hainsworth and graduate of Howard University is again at Home and is welcomed with open arms by his Many friends. Quot a misses Eliza Patten and Mae Francis Hainsworth left sunday for Howard University Washington d. C., to resume their College careers. A. Brown san Antonio was a delightful week end guest of or. And mrp. Starkey Collins 2518 Stevens. Bands wives sweethearts and parents Aveai ers of the Gold and Blue will come together on Jubilee Day at the Home of miss Frances Durden or and mrs. A. E. Jones 3517 Lyons ave a As hostess tuesday oct. 6, at 8 p. This will be just a social family get together while Jve study retrospect and Prospect. You can to afford to miss it you wearers of the Gold and Blue remember i setting a. Mellow our Alma mater her Ralph w. Isaacs will a be presented in parlor song recital 7 sunday afternoon at 3 30,-o�?Tclock at the. Home of or. And mrs. Miles w. Jordan at 1502 Sydnor. This recital is. Sponsored by the sunday school department of Trinity m. A. Church Corner Travis and Bell of which miss m. E. Isaacs i superintendent. These charming sunday afternoon recitals have made headway on Houston a social Calendar and the social elite is Ever in attendance. 1 a the Fisk family its graduates Side. Little Dorothy robinson1 and undergraduate students their Hus a the warm and genial skin. Light sup the Hills with Hue where Fisk stands Majestic dear old Gold and Blue. A then Hurrah and Hurrah for the Gold and the Blue her sons Are steadfast. 1 daughters True wherever we be we shall still love thee Fisk our Alma mater a done to you remember Jubilee Day on the Campus you. Erstwhile homesick freshmen the lunches the sandwiches the fruit picnicking about. If you Hadnot had any romantic Success previously everybody got lined up socially that Day. Those were Happy Days with their serious note the recital of the experiences of the first Jubilee singers of their trips to Europe singing Heads of the wealth they garnered from their efforts of the erection of Jubilee Hall out of funds thus accumulated a most Beautiful Structure of Brick spacious adorning a Campus landscaped perfectly. For years it was said to be the prettiest building South of the Mason and Dixon line. What a heritage of music is ours Jubilee Day at Fisk in Houston lets All go Over and reminisce remembering that a prof. Spence Knelt in every room with its Ells and four stories in the Gigantic edifice and prayed for each of us for All girls who would Ever come to Fisk University throughout the years. That is one of the reasons Why they say a her sons and daughters Are Ever on the come out All of you in this big family. We want and need you All. A miss Lone Garrett travelling director of poro College classes Chicago 111., is in the City indefinitely on company business. She is stopping at the y. W. A. Writing from Pasadena Calif. Whither she went last Yeek to make her permanent abode mrs. Emn a Milligan erstwhile popular houstonian asks that the defender a forwarded to her at once adding that a i done to think i can make it without the defender. Please see that the paper comes out Here a to 3.44 North Vernon Street Pasadena 15 a Ivor. And mrs. L. A. Davies or. And mrs. J. E. Thomas mrs. And mrs. Frank Griffin and mrs. H. Middleton motored to Dewalt tuesday morning where they spent a the Day with relatives and friends. Al used prices reasonable. Consultation free. Office 2606 Dowling dial b-30231. Of Public stenographer for letters sermons manuscripts and other articles that can be typed rather than printed see miss Adela , room 15, 419% Milam Street. Miss Chew guarantees both neat and efficient work. 1 removal Fred t. Lee mrs. Alford 810 West Twenty third has just. Ret in to Mcneal from the it. Zion association at Soji. Rosenberg reporting a splenui1 session. A or Quot and mrs. Allen Ford and Lee Foril motored to port Arthur sunday where they were guests of or. And mrs. 1 lock and the Lucky 13 club. Mrs. Annie Sanders 1507 Robin is much better following a recent serious illness. G. R. Rich 3112 Mcilhenny superintendent of american. Mutual Benefit association has been con notice owner of Leeds Quot lightning shoe repair shop Quot formerly located at 417 Milam is now located at 1806.Dowling. The new shop 4s equipped with the very latest in shoe repairing machinery including a Mckay stitcher which sows All types of women a shoes. Telephone number is f-1801? Dallas ministers Here drs. W. Abington and r. Jenkins prominent ministers of Dallas spent monday morning Here in route Home from the Mexico Rio Grande conference of the african methodist. Episcopal Church held last a a Veek at Corpus Christi. Or. Abington is being mentioned prominently for the Bishopric a at the quadrennial conference in Cleveland during 1932. Or. Jenkins is grand prelate of coloured knights of pythias of Texas. It. Sinai Church it Sinai Baptist Church West eighth is still on the firing line under the leadership of pastor a a. L. Roach. Sunday school and b. Y. P. U. With j. I Hodges and mrs. L. Mitchell respectively As leaders Are Quot proving source of inspiration to the whole Community. A at 3 p. M., the Christian benevolent society had its annual thanksgiving Sermon. Installation of pastor by Gina oct. 5 through oct. 11. The defender has made Many friends in our Community and we Are Lone some without it. Mrs. A c. Debose is reporter. A but. Is slowly improving. Friends a re invited to call., in person or phone him at. F-6633. Mrs. H. Page 2809 Mcgregor a National grand Matron Loyal friends of America in in Dallas this week on fraternal business. A Rev. George Jedkins Bay City minister mortician was in. Houston on business since last Issue and paid the Quot defenders office a visit. A. A a. A or. I. L. Jones popular Island City dentist was numbered among the Galveston ans who saw Birmingham win the final game of the Dixie series Here last Friday night. I mrs. Ora Lee Haywoo Bastrop teacher spent last Friday Here with her sister and brother mrs. P. O. Smith 1910 Hice and Sherman Mcneil 2206 Hutchins respectively and their families. A. A a mrs. Mamie Vernall Reed los Angeles Calif., farho was the guest last week end of. Her Uncle and aunt or and mrs. Sherman j. Mcneil 2206 Hutchins left this week for a visit with her Mother at Oklahoma City and for other Points in the sooner state she also visited relatives at san Antonio while in the state. Rev. I. Smith 818 e. Thirty first and pastor of it. Olive Baptist Church Al Campo was recent recipient of a Shower Given him by the members of his Church consist ing of a Box of presents weighing 130 pounds. 0 a miss Blanche Owens .1202 Bonner was hostess to a very palatable dinner sunday evening honouring miss Harrie l. Washington. Others present were or. And mrs. Or. And mrs i. John a High rent District. Best Materi-1 with drives to Beverly Hills Holly Wood University of. Southern Cali fornia Rose bowl sea Shore and Mountain drives Venice Long Beach Elsinor and other resorts. Thinking of the Breece in the East Bay Region miss Butler left for Oakland via the coast Lino to to the House guest for Tho remainder of the summer of mrs. A. J. Jefferson a sister of mrs. Butler registering at. University of California As a graduate student. There were Only seven students enrolled in this class. A the Natal Day of miss Butler occurred while in Oakland therefore she was Tho recipient of Many courtesies from members of her family and friends. The Public schools opened on the 10th of August so through the invitation of miss Ida Atikson Only coloured teacher in Northern California miss Butler spent one Day at the Prescott Junior High school at which miss Jackson is one of the instructors in social studies. Miss Jackson is regional director of the far West for Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority while miss Butler is the Southern Deputy. With less than eight Days left to resume Here duties in the science department of Phillis Wheatley High school miss Butler said Adieu to a Host of friends at the station amid Flowers fruit smiles and maybe some real tears. Although this was her fourth trip to the West it is rated a As being her Best. While on the coast miss Butler could easily keep in touch with the happening of the state As she did not miss Ono copy of the Houston defender which could be secured from Mcfarling sat Oakland. Teaching corps Huntsville Texas up i the Huntsville consolidated High school opened recently with a very Large attendance. The new build Irig is one of the most Beautiful and modern in All Texas having Gas electric lights and water. The school Aiso boasts of an exceptionally Strong faculty r. L. Savannah b. S., Bishop mathematics o. E. Smith a. B., Fisk English and dramatics h. A. Champion b. S., Tuskegee science and head coach s. E. Johnson Hampton and Pratt Institute Industrial arts mrs. A. V. Muckleroy b. S., Prairie View Homo economics miss Rhea leathers a. B., Wiley history. Mrs. G. Johnson University of new Mexico music and Spanish mrs. F. G. Todd Southern University primary arts mrs. A. V. Louie Prairie View physical education and grades s. A Houston principal Ami supervisor of negro schools miss Madora Mcwright b. S., Bishop Fliss Ethel d. Johnson b. Is Bishop. Henry a a tiny Champion Cleva Abbott football protege and Tuske Gpe s former 230-Pound All american Center As athletic Mentor is working daily Quot with his squad and predictions Are Rife Here that his will Bear watching. The tigers pry off the football lid at Houston saturday october 3, when they meet Couch John e. Codwoll�?T8 ferocious Wheatley wildcats. Mrs. Eugene Brooks or. And mrs. Ben Hall or. And mrs. J. L. Smith or and mrs. Frank Phelps mos. E. Chargois Aline Montgomery Irene Wilson and miss Annie b. Hill. Muic was furnished by the Harmony dictators quartet. Ethel Ransom club Ethel Ransom club of women met wednesday evening sept. 2,3, in its regular meeting at Tho Homo of mrs. J. Fance 1020 Schwartz. The meeting was called to order by the president mrs. L. Grigsby. After a Lively discussion of business matters the club turned to the social Side. Two visitors were present mrs. Walcott of. Now Orleans and mrs. Stewart recently returned from California who gave an in i to resting talk to the club. Refreshments consisting of punch and assorted Eakes was served. Tho club adjourned to meet wednesday oct. 14. ,. Mrs. O. Icing Graham is reporter. Those partaking of the Fon Sworths hospitality wore or. And mrs. A. Mims or. And mrs. George Willis or. And mrs. William Meyers or. And mrs. James Holloway or. And Weimar Weimar were Good at All churches in the City sunday. Miss Gladys Dawson Hallettsville is in the City Visi ung mis3 Johnnie Mae Johnson. Miss m. E. Chatman Yoakum spent the week end hero visiting mrs. E. P. Ward. Sic listed Dud Badie miss Jero Leane Rogers Charley Williams and Jesse Greene. Read the Houston defender it keeps you posted on race news and defends our reporter. A Are you lonely \ q join the Washington social i letter club receive lots of letters from interesting men of women. Done to grow old All alone. P. O. Box 3273, Washington d. 30cdoch�dc 3o<->ocrz3oc membership drive court of Calanthe and department Texas jurisdiction gets leave of absence a mrs. Lillian e. Haywood teacher in the Houston schools is on a business leave of absence in Texarkana Tyler and other Points. She Hopes to return within the next few Days to take up her school work again. A fete a former resident the Home of or. And mrs. P. K. Fonsworth 705 House was the scene of a seasonal social event last monday night honouring. L. Or hol Loway of los Angeles Calif., who fined to bed Fer the past 3 weeks is a former houstonian. Among september 15-december 15, 1931 the following will be pleasantly surprised december 15, 1931 1. The worthy counsellor who adds 25 members to her court and holds receipt showing these members Are financial with the grand court. 2. The juvenile Matron who adds 25 members to her juvenile or organizes a juvenile with 25 or More members and holds a receipt showing they Are financial with the grand juvenile department. The organization of a new juvenile is $12 a 3. The District Deputy showing the greatest number of members added to her District by de Cerrit Ber 15, 1981. A a new Ca Nathean to embers pay $1.50 burial and 50c. Policy fee As soon As they join. All new members Are Given the endowment for the Quarter in which they join. Juvenile joining fee is 75c, which includes policy fee and the Quarter in which juvenile joins. 0 mrs. F. K. Mcpherson 0� grand worthy counsellor Gainesville Texas n mrs. P. E. Davis. U grand worthy Register of deeds 0 Calvert Texas 6 _ mrs. . Robinson 0 grand worthy receiver of a deposits a Houston Texas sgt or Rrt to it Jamrs. N. A. Kirk . Endowment Board Waco Texas a mrs. G. Harrison \ . Juvenile dept. I Galveston Texas i mrs. L. Williams 1 grand worthy Matron juvenile dept. 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