The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 27, 1938 Page: 2 of 12
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HEREFORD. DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS
HRS. SETH B. HOLMAN __________________ Publisher and Manager
JIMMIE GILLKNTINE _______________________________________ Editor
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under the act of March SO, 18711.
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priaed, Friday evening, by some or
their neighbor*, Mr. and Mrs. Ilor-I
rian and children, Mr. and Mr*.;
Ixive and children, Mr, and Mra.
Sowell and children. Bridge and 42
ware played during the evening,
and refreshments of cocoa, coffee
ond cake were nerved.
Mr. and Mra. Jamea Bagg and
son. from Frlona, vlalted Sunday
Hoyt, ltalph and Marie Smith
r.»t urnad from Oklahoma, Monday,
and stayed with their parents un-
til Thursday, when they went t&
V 4- -4 m —4 .. Jl I*. 1>. _ ll'nlda** Mk/tetl
A t nu»t It u • «4t44««p • • •* *» * ••
lug at four o’clock ami turned Into
a wet snow about three. The mois-
ture will be of great benefit to
Mrs. ,F. T. Otilnn has gone to
Higgins to care for her mother,
who broke her nrm several months
i ago and recently underwent an
(10 miles northwest)
MRS. ALLEN BELL
The Methodist Quarterly’ < on* j u ft.w years ugo, and the mother-
feremv of Adrian and Wildorado, in.jaw 0y jj>ien Wilder McKlroy.
Dublin, and formerly of DimmittJ operation. Mrs. Guinn’s father Is
two weeks ago at her home la j !,*so IK1or health.
Dublin. .Mrs. McElroy had been in r'<*orgo Messenger and l.is sister,
ill health more than a year. She j Abbott, of Bovina, drove to
was the mother of Mrs. Hoyt Hur-
vcl, who taught in the Kelmol here
met Sunday, at Adrian. Rev. Hayrn-
08 waa In charge. Everyone brought
a basket and had dinner in the
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Collier of
Roswell, spent several days last
week with his brother, J. P. Col-
Mr. and Mra. M. II. Zarlug, Jr.,
of Amarillo, spent the week end
with his parents.
Mra Chapman entertained the
faculty and their escorts, Thurs-
day night, with a buffet supper
and games afterward.
Virginia Louise Ix)velasa, two-
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mra
Manuel Lovelasa, has been a very
Mck baby this past week. The Vega
doctor came several times.
Mr. Zaring was over at Santa
Rosa, last week to see his aon,
Kenneth, who is clerking in a
Mr. and Mrs. Will Syms enter-
tained their neighbors, Friday
night, wttb a 42 party. Among those
present, were Messrs, and Mes-
dames Creitz, Ed Jacobsen, Vick
Lemke, Bill Brown, McAdoo, Ger-
ald Morgan, Paul Morgan, A. O.
Bell, and Henrietta Creitz, Evelyn
Frances Lemke. Home-
Mesdamea Dewey Owens, Finis
Hunter and Jimmy Potter, whose
birthdays occur this month, were
hostesses to a 42 pnrty, Friday
night, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Finis Hunter. Guests were mem-
bers of the Adult 8. 8. Class, and
Included Messrs, and Mesdames
Adam Flowers, M. L. Simpson, P.
H. Dyer, Robert Stephens, Oil-
man Hunter, J. B. Coconaugher,
and Mesdames Clem Gilliam, H. O.
Baird, and Henry Short of Dim-
mi tt. A very delightful evening
Mra II. C. Baird spent the week
end with Mrs. Ullraan Hunter and
Mra. Seth B. Holman.
A training school for 8. 8.
teachers will begin at the echool
building, Thursday evening, Jan. 27,
conducted by Itev. Clarence Wylie,
of Canyon, with one meeting each
week, oil Thursday night for five
wet-ks. All who are Interested are
urged to attend.
Mrs. P. II. Dyer spent Friday
with Mrs. Clay Hughes of Frio.
Mr. and Mrs. I>elton Grayson of
Bovina, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Addison Hunter, Friday night.
Mrs. Gilliam received work from
I he Veteran’s Hospital at Albu-
'^’..1 5.. were T-rnae. ttot Clentad
Amarillo, Saturday, when* she
bought several •hundred feet of
pipe for her city water works at
Bovina. She Is laying pipe for
several now homes.
Tin* County Welfare Committee
has asked that we send a repre-
sen tall ve from our community.
This community Is always glad to
co-operate In tills good work.
The farmers of this community
are requested to meet at the
school house, Wednesday evening,
at 8 o’clock, to make plans for a
After the dust storm. Sunday
evening, there was a light snow,
which almost hid the ground, and
It turned much colder.
(7 miles east, 15 miles north)
undergone a hernia and append!-
K„ ClemonK visit'd ,nM”” “P-™"'" Fridaj. He doln,
Tucumcsri, over the week end ‘
Mra. Tolbert’s sister has t»eeu Mrs. P. II. Dyer was a guest of
Mack Freeman and Jay Forten-
berry have gone to California for
Hr. Jimmie Mobon of Los An-
gies. Calif., spent several day* last
week with bis uncle, J. I*. Collier.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Dyke
and daughter, Vera Jean, of Lac-
teda, Mo., visited Monday with
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hymn. Mr. ami
Mrs. Van Dyke are former stu-
dents of Mr. and Mrs. Hyms, and
were on their way to California
to make their home.
Mr. R. L. Shirk of Granite,
Okls., died January 20, after a
toag Illness of three years, when
he suffered a stroke. Mrs. Shirk
was formerly Mrs. Giles and lived
in Adrian during the bosun days.
Hhe ran • hotel here. Mr. Shirk Is
A former Hereford resident, having
operated s livery stable In ihe
Mrs. Zaring was called back to
Vega, Sunday, to nurae her da ligh-
ter, Mrs. Evelyn Kllburn, who has
bad a relapse of rheumatism.
A light snow eovered the ground,
nisriilng. This Is the sec-
ond snow In four days.
The two year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. McIiSiighlin, was painfully
burned when he spilled a dish of
b>«»4 U..m ». .. «.»• I< iwto <1 Mild
gM v i m nils «/n •»•>»
of the face.
Mrs. Klrtsey, of Easter, Monday.
Mrs. Buddy Taylor was a guest
over the week end of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Plnckert.
Bob Baird waa home from Can-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stephens
were Sunday guests of the Ozro
Stephens of Dlmmltt.
Rev. Venable, a Baptist preacher
from Hprlnglake, will preach here,
every third Sunday.
Messrs, and Mesdumes Earl Mat-
thews and George Short of Dlm-
mltt, called In the Dewey Owens
home. Sunday evening.
Mesdames Robert Stephens and
TJllman Hunter attended the fu-
neral of Barbara June Short, of
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(27 miles west)
BY PAULINE MOORE
This community Is rejoicing over
the small amount of snow that
fell here, last Friday morning.
There was an attendance of 80
at church and Sunday School, last
Sunday. Rev. Lee Perry preached
a good sermon.
Mrs. Annie Gllleaple and Miss
Erma McClain, who haa been visit-
ing In Amarillo, returned to this
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Allred and
Mrs. J. B. Harlln of Hereford,
visited In the Clyde Allred home,
Mr and Mrs. Clarence McBroom
and aon, Mrs. Ervin Shugart and
Carolyn, Mr. Dave Moore and
family attended the Stampa pro-
gram at Dawn, Wednesday night.
Mr. Clyde Allred made a busi-
ness trip to Hedley, Monday.
Mrs. B. T. Allred returned home.
Thursday, from a week’s visit with
friends and relatives In Califor-
Mrs. II. J. Oglesby. Cecil and
Marcene were Amarillo ahoppera,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tomlinson
and daughter* were in Canyon,
Little Elmer Brown and little
Wilma Moore are on the tick Hat
Mr. Clyde Allred and family
visited In the W. J. McClain home,
In Amarillo, Saturday.
The Wildorado basket ball club
defeated the Amarillo Junior
School, Wednesday, with a acore
of 38-81. They are planning to
play Vega soon.
Mr. and Mr*. Lay Oglesby spent
Mr. ana Mrs. c. a urea ana
daughters, were visitors In Here-
ford. Friday uljtiii, with Mr, slid
Mrs. Jimmy Allred.
Mrs. W. T. Womble of Here-
ford has been visiting in the Elmer
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Moore, Rich-
ard and Gleunn, were Hereford
R. E. GUI has been staying In
Canyon with his family, during!
the past week.
Mr. Clyde Allred, wife, and
.lull i*l, vIolloH In l-luk Cui.ll 411.1
red home In Amarillo. Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moore took
Donald Troy to receive medical
treatment In Canyon, Friday morn-
Misses Pauline nnd Ruth Moore
visited In the home of their pnr-
■iiK \V. It. Moore, during the past
Mrs. Clarence Brown and Mrs
W. it Moore, were In Canyon
Saturday. ’ «
Mrs. Bill Goettsli and Till Verne
called in tlic W. It Moore home.
Mr. and Mr*. C. Allred ate Sun
day dinner In the Tom McClain
Mr. Dick Manila of Big Square.
Colorado, ST*ent several days In
flu* W. R. Moore home, last week.
Mr. Fln.vd Tomlinson was a busi-
ness caller In \marlllo, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Shuenrl
were shoppers In Hereford, Fri-
Mr. Eberle of Hereford, called
In several of the homes In this
Mr. Lundegreen of Amarillo, ate
dinner In the W. R, Moore home,
YOU don't HAVE TO SC/ESS WHICH 0 -LA'5?
WILSONS ATTEND FUNERAL
FOR GRANDSON, AT PORTALE8
Friends were saddened last week
to learn of the death of Kenneth
Slaton, grandson of Mr. nnd Mra.
S. O. Wilson of this community.
Kenneth was the only child of
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Slaton.
Mra. Blnten Is Hie former Theda
Mr. and Mrs. 8. O. Wilson were
In Portnles during the Illness nnd
deaHi of their grandson, and re-
turned here last week. Kenneth
was born March 13, 1038, and died
Jan. 13, 1038: he was one year ami
10 months of age at the time of
his death. There was a beautiful
floral offering at Ihe funeral.
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BY MUM. J. N. MESSENGER
Mr. and Mr*. Cogdell were sur-Sunday In the H. J. Oglesby home.
(13 miles southwest)
It. W. Baird was in Amarillo,
Mra. Robert Stephens had guewls
from Dlmmltt. Tuesday, to apend
the day; Mcadame* Frank School-
er, Elvis Burch and Ozro Steph-
Mra. Henry Short of Dlmmltt.
is MjM'iiding the week with her
daughter. Mra. Dewey Owen*.
Sam llnnter, and Marvin and
Bradford Sjiewer were in Okla-
homa City, Thursday.
Me**™, and Mendames George
Frank Sh<*ppard were In Amarillo,
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1*. Plnckert have
moved to the farm formerly own-
ed by Noel Baggett.
I**roy Owen* * offered n *evere
laceration on hi* head. Wednesday,
when he fell on a piece of gin *
Mr. and Mra. Dewey Owens were
called to Dlmmltt, Wednesday. The
Hu*** month*-* Id baby of Mr. nnd
Mra George Short died suddenly.
Mr. Short I* a brother of Mr*.
Mr. II. C. Baird, In company
with hla brother. Fred, left Fri-
day. for El Paso. Mr. II. C. at-
tended a banquet. Saturday even
ing, honoring John Temple Rice,
Most Worshipful Grand Master In
Mnaonry of Texas. He la al*o
newly alerted associate Grand Pat-
ron of O. B. 8. of Texas.
Word ha* been received of the
death of Mrs. O. W. McElroy of
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Gillentine, Jimmie. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 27, 1938, newspaper, January 27, 1938; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1018673/m1/2/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.