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Informer And The Texas Freeman (Newspaper) - February 27, 1937, Galveston, Texas 1uink Noii to ii a i a a it k a six in a 1 to any prominent Beaumon 1zens Are claimed by death r no week of february 27t leading what s next ? to visit Owca were Active in religious civic and fraternal circles death of mrs. L. Davis shocks friends i b. Davis. 44. In his Home. 1920 Washington \ a. Monday. February 22. In. Davis who Lead been in poor for several months had been Houston taking treatment. After returned Home physicians were constant attendance or. Davis was Well known in win Mon As a business Man. He. Merly operated a Wood Yard and one of the original owners of the a i it Ihab to 3, he was Amerberg  id officer of the Antioch Baptist Iii Lnch was a Union Tabor Leader Neil him. He rep Cien Ted one of the local organza uns. In the labor councils. -., or. Davis and miss Carrie John n of new Iberia were married in ills moving to Beaumont 19 years to where or. Davis soon became i Tive in the business civic and dior affairs of the City.  site leaves to , i is widow mrs. Carrie Davis two opted children Carrie Adavis end Isiah Frere Beaumont two a a ii others Harrison Davis. Beau not Richardi Davis Lake Charles -.a. Two Sisters or. Agnes Smith of Washington d. C. And mrs. Bettie dates new Iberia la a number of Tulier relatives.,andrepresentatives1 of labor vie business and religious organi. Lions were present. The number of telegrams and let hrs of condolence and Lovely flow i  were testimonials of he esteem which he was held by h s t Mizens. At the conclusion of the i vice "Here.ithe, body was removed resting place Fleming fraternal undertaking Tympani was in charge. a Buckner a a prominent religious civic and maternal worker died at his Home. V 80 Tuson. Street monday a morning i Elir uary ,22 at 11 50 after a briefs mess a mr.lbuaknor was bom in new Orleans la. Lie was Jive or six years old at la death of his father. His Mother. Moved to Beaumont shortly after 0 death of his father. He lived in  Aumont the major part of his a was a world War Veteran hav a a Een service Over seas. A vhf i Buckner was married to miss a if Brown in 1937 at Beaumont. A is survived by his widow mrs i use. Buckner., a. Five year Oldi inter. Little Vivian holier Buck 1 his Mother. Mis Emily Yates. Houston on brother of port Wilhur and two Sisters. Ins wife Mother ,eat his bedside when death Umed-.-him��.�. was a member of St. Paul a. M. E. Church and had served on the Board of trustees for the past 7 or 8 years. Was treasurer of the sunday school he was a 32 degree Mason a member of Unity Lodge no. 102, f. A. M. Nimrod Royal Arch c h a p 1 c r. Lewis commander Knight templars and the Concis Sory was a past exalted ruler of the local Lodge i. B. P. O. E. Of w., a member of College Street Myca other civic and social organizations. Funeral services were Holer from Stpaul a. M. E. Church wednes Day at 3 ., Rev. I. C. Olephant officiating. The Large audience the Many sorrowing friends and the numerous were testimonials of his influence in the Community he was buried with masonic ibo Norse Unity Lodge 102 . Mis performing the ceremony at the. Give. Burial was in Evergreen Yemc Tery so Lerning fraternal undertaking company director Beaumont the death of mrs. Lillie Davis came As a Surprise to her Many friends mrs Davis went to bed february 5 suffering with influenza a week or ten Days later she was up thinks ing that she had fully recovered. After doing the family washing she suffered a relapse Friday february 19. Monday her condition was considered grave by the attending physician who stated that pneumonia had developed. She died tuesday at 3 30 . At her Home. 1117 Sherman Street.  mrs. Davis one sister Jessie and their grandmother moved to Beaumont from san Antonio in 1902. Her grandmother and sister died several years ago. She was married to Richard Davis of Beaumont in 1909, he having preceded her in death. She has no known relatives other than her children. Surviving Are four sons Richard jr., Jesse Horace and John Davis three daughters mrs Velma Phillips mrs. Peaches Chatman and miss Maud Davis All living in Beaumont and were at the bedside when their Mother passed. Funeral services were held from her late residence. 1117 Sherman Street. Thursday afternoon. Rev. To s. Keeling officiating. Mrs. Davis was a member of Acme chapter o. E. S. The ceremony avas performed of the. Cemetery. Burial was Fin Blanchette Cem every Fleming. Fraternal undertaking. Company in charge of arrangements to i us Atti if de j. C. Wallace Winner of 1936 popularity contest who sol off to Good Lead in the 37 contest. The flaming ,boasted of winning Are making a very poor slow ing so fur. Fowler s pharmacy drugs cigars toilet article Fountain service prescriptions carefully compounded accuracy Courtesy Quality "30 Forsythe none 2033 saturday. Only Dick Foran the singing Cowboy a Moonlight on the Prairie sunday monday liked Ginger ast Aire Rogers swing time tuesday wednesday All coloured cast in the Green pastures with Rex Ingram Bowie. 94, had lived in Beaumont Over 30 years., after an illness of several months or. Bowie died at. Hotel Dieu Hospital wednesday february 17 at 9 was born in Chambers county 94 years ago and was the1 last of two Brothers that moved from Chambers county to Beaumont 50 years ago. . Andrew died about a year ago. Or. Bowie was Thrifty and industrious Arvd. Was respected by both races., until about a yer ago when his infirmities bore heavily upon him,.he. Was Active in the perform Maceso daily was among the / founders of Mccabe. E. Church had served. In various offices until recent years. He is survived by three sons. Bud Eddie and Melton Bowie two daughters. Mrs Julia Humphrey Crouch All of Beaumont a number of grandchildren other relatives and a Host of friends. Funeral services were held Friday from Mccabe methodist episcopal Church Rev Blue pastor officiating�-,., . Friday Karloff in the walking dead tfx a a Cena Cluj mrs Helen Shepard Frazier was hostess to the Trece a Cana Bridge club in its regular meeting last thursday. A Washington birthday Motif was carried out in the Bridge appointments. First prize in skill was won. By mrs. Octavia Gauthier second prion by miss Hazel Gilder mrs. M. C. Reece Cut for. Consolation. A salad course was served. Mrs. Daisy meter and mrs. Elizabeth Delaney Are new members. Mrs. Amy Hardy a member is leaving for. California for an indefinite stay. Fleming s fraternal undertaking co. Incorporated in the heart of Beaumont and in the minds of most people. Quality service 1081 Gladys St. Beaumont Tex phones orc Cis res. 6588 c. I. D. Fleming mgr. West Tabernacle Baptist Church Rev. A. T. Thomas tailor because of the Beautiful weather Many sunday school scholars were enabled Sto be present to witness the splendid lesson that was taught by the teachers present. The lesson was reviewed by the pastor. The u o clock Sermon was delivered by the made a clearer Outlook for the christians and opened the eyes for the Many sinners a. Baptist training school had an excellent group working. Or. Johnson for the past years has been trying to build the b. T. S. Standard and has aroused Many to take part in this service. Evening worship. Opening was conducted by Rev. Randle. Rev. Clay formerly of-orange., who is connect de the Board of directors of Austin and a member of the Board of the general Central District association delivored.4he Sermon from the subject delivering the visitors Are always Welcome and present Deacon Bennett of Antioch Baptist was a visitor in the group and gave .remarks,-l,oism.,Mason, reporter. ii i i i sox a i ii d a my a i Iii Maui a readers i the Iliria a Iii la Vijh Pniny Ihl in Lii Cuil no am Lipold in tic c in i to ii Vayica suit Iii in Len Oon. 1 was Inu Iii or i by in Umi my ur.iant. I. 1 found the door had been forced open and As i looked about 1 saw on my desk under my . A hand Bill. This hand Bill had been placed there by a White gentleman who weighed at least 200 pounds and was passing out the door. In bold Type the first words on this Handbill were Stop look listen it then went on to Tell of a place of amusement open Day and night,36s Days in the year Tor negroes. After stating it was under new management the trucking contest and other features of entertainment were give the closing words the opening were wine Angelica Beer. How Long will no goes continue 4o be so mindless and such easy prey for other races1 How Long will they continue to make these sacrifices for pleasure and a Good time negroes daily a Are deprived of w Ork. Which Only a Short while ago Vas considered a negro Job. Can you feature a big Strong robust 200 Pound White Man pacing Bills of n negro night club to negroes 1 thirty Yeai s ago no White Man or set of White men would attempt. To do such a thing and get olt Wanh in there would not have been enough negroes at this night club to Stait a squabble in this instant has been stripped of every fight and privilege with the spending his Money with to returns now or in the future. The sacrifice for a Good time and pleasure made by negroes is far Loo great and should be discouraged am not Adverse to pleasure seekers or pleasure lovers but some thought should be Given to the , ,.of Haid Bills a has been co soldered a negro boy s Job. But when a strapping 200-Pound has deprived him of this Opportunity of earning a few dimes especially when advertising a to do at a negro night club this enough to make any _ respectable. Negro or White person sick at the stomach and the end is not in sight h negroes will lend their support and cooperation to this Type _ of pleasure it won t Lake a Prophet nor a Prophet s son to loll what the future wit be. S Loami of . Mee visits Mother irk t nine Nettee of the at Par. Tile miss Marion c Cuthbert who is on the advising staff of they w a a. With responsibility for developing negro leadership in the association will visit Beaumont to Confer a Ith y w c. A. Officials. Births born to Brand mrs " Simon Bradley 840 Penan Street a Sou James Earl february 8. Perry Bradley 1108 Bonham a Hon Elton Lee february 1. Zymali Wycoff at "93. Miller n daughter Carolyn Janice Wykoff. Alex Gnu dry at"703 Hegle a son Charles Ameal jewel. 1934, Harriott Street a son. Ameal James february 13. Calvin Cunningham 1237 Grant Streul. A son Louis february 11. The boys w boys division ing Friday at 6 With or. Tyler committee chair an. Presiding. The activity chairman was present and is planning a Bis Spring and summer program. Aaron Jefferson. Ashi a chairman is to get with the school Heads and his sponsors this week to push the slate older boys conference. The conference will be held at the Capitol City in Austin april 2nd, 3rd. And 4th. Tiie state negro work committee has met and stated that plans Are being developed on Alla of the conference the theme. & Spile of Handicap six Hund delegates expect to attend the con Ference. The treasurer of the conference is o. A Goodman a Beau inon Ter. And senior at Charlton pol lard High school. Eighty seven boys attended the conference last year at Galveston with a Beaumont boy Ivy Gumms president. The activities for the week in the boys division has Veen at Par. The regular building clubs met with fan a attendance while the school clubs were contacted As scheduled. A Ping Pong tournament began monday february -2 at 7 o clock a few signed up m Advance for this event. . A Large number of boy scouts Are expected to come up at the regular Board of review tuesday at 5 30,.for re examination in advancements and Merit badges. Charles Fisher and Fred Joseph will be in charge. The court of Honor Wall follow the review Board thursday february 25 at 2 30 At the Pipkin elementary school. Douglas Mission society has Teml. The a miss Marion Cuthbert will Confer with a officials or. Toliver second vice president of the National health and Accident ins. Co and A Beal state Auditorir. . Visitors in Beaumont the past wee. They were House guests Otmis a Hopkins 1655 Brooklyn St. My so lit club news Beaumont buildings directory White s building or. R. N. Miller physician and surgeon phones office 1810 lies. 1871 subscribe to she info a Lime Forsythe building or. B. L. Duhe physician and surgeon phones a off ice 904 res. 5612 456k Forsythe St. C. B. Charlton . 45gl� Forsythe Street phones office 004 its 1gq7 to present the can Lyten of the Nursery school will be presented tooth brushes during negro health week by the my so lit club. The members of the tub enjoyed  the. Hospitality of miss Hattie Roberts at the Homo of mrs. M b. Gill 1493 Cable Avenue wednesday january 1.3. A few rubbers of Bridge were played after which a palatable menu was served. For Success in the. Games prizes fell to mrs. Katie Green mrs. M. B. Gill and . Miss Mary Pratt Lea received guest prize. Other guests enjoying this hospitality were misses Mabie Peterson Marguerite Simon Addie Mae Lom Brick Faye Howard mesdames Marie White. Mary Willard and Lula Francois. Honouring the new members of the my so lit club mrs. J. V. Taylor entertained id Bridge in her Home wednesday. January 27. 1937. The new members mesdames my had Nott and a. Reuben Foster were presented by the president . B. Gill. And. A Welcome into the club was extended by. Mrs. J. Vav Taylor. Response was made by the new members. High score for the game was made by mrs. J Edward shaman. An appetizing n enu was served by the hostess. J mrs. G. W White jr., 1068 Gladys Street was hostess to the. Club wednesday. February 17, 1937. After a few rubbers of Bridge w Ere played a Short business meeting was held. Prizes for High and Low score fell to miss Hattie Roberts and mrs. Lottie Hadnott respectively. The next regular meeting of the club will be held at the residence of miss Vietta m., february 24, 1937, at which time plans for the annual Spring prom will be made i mrs. Etha Mae g Cen. Has returned to Houston after spending two weeks with her grandmother mrs. Nettie Brown. Mrs Rubye. Samuel and miss Johnie. Mae Washington attended the funeral of mrs. Susie Bolden at boat instil Satui or. And or Simon Bradley Are the proud parents of a baby boy  mrs. Veronica Bettis and Drouhi Sampson spent a a Eck port Artrur at the bedside of their sister who is ill. Mr.-. Edna Lyon a a Clied to Franklin or to the fit her Mother who is seriously ill mrs. Esta Washington is Here from Beaumont with her husband Vernon Washington. Thursday night Ernest washing ton Elerta Irjud a Host of Kiriena i at his Home celebrating his birthday cake roam and punch was a Rev a. I d. Iris relatives on this week .-. Lillie Mac Booker 1 Torii eur from Jamestown Arter a Jin two woo with her r while there the vim Ted jew in Jasper who is albeit he ii, editor to speak at St. James Church or. R. N. Brooks editor South a Western Christia advocate. And one of the outstanding ministers in them e. Church will speak at St James a e Church Friday night february 20 at 7 30 .there will be no admission fee. And the Public is invited to attend. Card of thanks we the undersigned take this method of expressing our a Precia lion to our Many friends for the Fine spirit of cooperation Given us during the Brief illness and 1 upon the death of our husband. Father and son or. Frank j. Buckner who departed this Ife february .22, 1937. We Are indeed grateful " to those who gave such Beautiful Floral and donated their cars for the funeral procession. A. Signed mrs. Louise Buckner Wifel Vivian i Collier Buckner Ida ugh Terl mrs. Emily Yates. Saddle is m Cuimei i Tui ister card of thanks we wish to thank our friends for their Many acts and deeds of kindness. During the Long illness and upon the death of our father. Or. Henry Bowie who died february 17, 1937. We Are grateful to those who gave such Beautiful Flowers and donated their cars for the funeral procession signed or. And mrs. Bud Bowie or. And mrs. De Bowie or. And mrs Julio Humphry. Mis Sadie. Couch Melton. Bowie. Card 6ftrhanks we. The pastor family and members of my. Rose Baptist Church wish to and gratitude to the Many friends for the letters and telegrams of con Dolence. The Many acts and deeds of kindness during the and upon the death of our wife Mother and Loyal . Susie who departed. This , who is in the advisory stun of the National Board or the Owca with responsibility for developing negro leadership in the associate movement will soon visit Beaumont to Confer with local Yea officials and members on the program Tor the pm Lent Vear miss Cuthbert is particularly interested in the work of developing Young women leaders to conduct local Owca activities and in carrying out this work is in constant cooperation with the depart ment of study at National Headquarters in the production of general educational material. A. Miss Cuth boat has won considerable distinction in literary Fields As the author 6f. Panl. Grasses i Book of poems., and of Juliette Demotte which reveals with honest Appeal Ancl sympathy the life and Phu Sophy. Of miss Derri cute one1 of the outstanding interracial leaders of the Young women s Christian association during the past \5uimnlr miss Cuthbert went to Germany to be one of the speakers at the International study conference for workers among boys and girls in secondary schools which was held , in june the conference Wash Cal under the. Auspices of the world s student Christian. Federation the world s Myca. The world s Owca and a number of Independent National groups. Under the title. The responsibility of youth in modern society miss Cuthbert conducted three seminars and participated in the ten Day program at several Points. Miss Cuthbert has a number of interests outside the association and its program. She is a member of the Board of the National association Forth advancement of col people of the administrative committee of the american missionary association of the congregational Church and fellow of the National Council on religion in higher education. Before joining the. National staff of the Owca miss Cuthbert was Dean of women at Talladega College in Alabama previously she had. Been principal of the Burrel Normal school of. Florence. Alabama. Her family Home is in St. Paul. Minnesota. She received q Bachelor of science degree Boston u. And Muster of arts degree from Columbia University. She will be the main speaker for the business and professional girls nation wide Observance of the Frances Morris Branch son. March 2, it Wodrich time the Busi Ness and professional girls clubs of the Blue Triangle Branch of Houston will be the guests of the Beaumont Branch at Beaumont. One act play Given by girl reserves a 1 a the i s ii Salem m of a Church and a it courts of. a a a. Or. And Merji. Shellon Allison and ,� can he tacked Ai. A. The Lone Star Auto laundry . Creasing tire repair Jig expert. Waxing Forsythe and Park streets Clarence c. Tyler prop. Let us slake you that div bed or studio Couch pad Dii fold must Russ or anything to sleep on Cash or terms guaranteed i Stidam Matt kiss Vaty 794 Park. Is. Phone 27?.l get a sight Saver lamp better Light for better sight Gulf states utilities Coj Vimpany mrs. Mable Isles Johnson daughter of mrs. Florence Isles Beaumont returned to new York City several months ago after an extended visit with her Mother. She will make her Home permanently in Brooklynn y. A Brazier in Terai memorial Junior Vic a Iii i Iii society with a Lea at 1305 Gladys Street sundal evening. February 21. Member present were mesdames nil nil Simpson. Evelon Lucis Clara Gilt bail. Of Luvordia Durden and Mhz Ina West. Visitors were mrs. A Len Jones. Mis. Philisya Lockett. Mrs Mary Spears and L. Lacy. Evory. One Enid gel the evening. The next entertainment will be at the Home of mrs. Clara Gilder 12u0 Gladys Street in the form of a bridal reception. Friends Are invited to . Nolan Simpson president i mrs. Clara Gilberti Secretary i mrs Virginia Brazier treasurer Rev. A j e. Doun pastor. Q. How can i lengthen a double Blanket that is not quite Ong enough for the bed a. Cut it apart at the fold and i insert a strip of Outing flannel the i same color As the Blanket. This i f the part that is tucked under at the foot 1 of the bed and will not be11 noticeable. The Appomattox club the Appomattox club entertained with Bridge and dancing Friday evening in the. Home of or and mrs. Abraham Lipscomb Cable Street. Frozen punch was served. The newly elected officers., were to have been installed on this occasion by Joseph Willard but this feature .wasset. For another ? of the illness of the presi Dent Henry Myers. Enjoying the evening were or Sand mrs Prentice Adam s or and mrs. De Chatman or. And mrs. T. J. Thompson or. And mrs. Edison Griffin Eis or. And mrs. Leon Lumbert or and or. Theo Wil Liams masses. Vietta Willard Annie b. Mumford mrs. Aurelia Smith messed s a a Earter James Thorn As Terry Cooper Joseph Willard. and Joe ,.parker.--.- q which is better to use Foi greasing cake tins lard or -.butter.-a. It is better to use lord As Salt in butter will often cause the cake to Burn or stick to the pan. Madam Lula Pool agents wanted hair color restorer hair grower Ami .150c per Box plus postage 537 Nth Street pm.1571. Port Arthur Texas Gem theatre Friday and saturday  John Wayne in winds of the wastelands a  Popeye comedy i ski love ski you ski musical and serial lost City sunday one Day Only Edmund Lowe in the great impersonation Barney Google comedy tet Chod in the head and Novelty monday and tuesday Edward g. Robinson in bullets or ballots comedy quiet fourth wednesday and thursday Jack Oakie and Sally Eilers in the Florida special comedy Edgar Kennedy at forty and Flash Gordon Little Caesar is Back in town and Here is your Opportunity to 1ii.h in action absolutely see the informer Beaumont s Only exclusive negro newspaper is making this special offer with each six month s subscription to the informer you will get one free pass and with each year s subscription two free passes Ted the Gem theatre this offer is Tim Taki Only Good for a limited advantage of it now a read the informer no i since Little Caesar Bias the screen come out with a picture so sensational i 1-see All about it in this Lead riddled drama based on facts dug out by Martin Mooney the reporter who would t talk and now revealed by monday and tuesday your Only exclusive Nigro theatre

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