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Description: News from Some Towns in Texas - CleburneDate: October 16 1920
Newspaper published in: Dallas, TX
Page/Column: Page 3, Column 1
Some Towns in Texas
Cleburne, Oct. 14.--Rev. Joseph A. Brown, secretary Foreign Mission, preached a noble sermon Sunday morning at the First Baptist church. Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Mr. Edwin Givens and Miss Daisy Jones, Wednesday night, Oct. 20th, at the A. M. E. Church. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Matthews, a baby girl. Mrs. Ella Helm underwent a successful operation at Booker T. Washington Sanitarium at Fort Worth last week. Misses L. T. Phillips and H. M. Frame spent Sunday in Fort Worth. The box entertainment given at Mrs. Lela Carwell's in interest of the Ladies' City Club was a success. Mr. McGinty and Miss Hazel Sparks were married last Thursday night. Rev. Graham officiated. Mrs. Marie Bagsby has returned from Clarksville. Rev. Wyatt spent a few days in Dallas last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Heard are quite sick at their home. Miss Florence Hobert and Mr. Guy Jay spent Sunday in Morgan. Mr. Geo. Johns left Sunday for California. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Brown have returned from Oklahoma City. Mrs. Ben Moss Is visiting her mother at Kerens. Mrs. Dosha Vernon spent Sunday in Percell, Okla. Little Wardine Lightfoot, who has been very sick is improving. Mr. Tanner Warren is still very sick at his home at Oak Hill. Mr. John Pippins is visiting relatives at Teague. Miss Alberta Brown is visiting her mother at Tulsa, Okla. Miss Zerline Mullen has accepted a position at Wills Point as organist for the church. Mr. Aaron Alexander of Mineral Wells was here In the interest of the Dallas Express contest and was guest of his mother and father. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy of La Junta, Colo., passed through the city enroute to attend their father's funeral at Navasota, also Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones. Rev. Joseph A. Brown is attending the convention at Beaumont.