Tri-Cities Sun (Goose Creek, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 173, Ed. 1 Monday, December 21, 1931 Page: 4 of 4

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_ Tueaday
ijtlSS to (. htfS Four Hub will iwii at
Nul Morrix n on Ml# the bum at Mr*. Henry CatHriner
tlrrri In Kaal Bajtewn WM^OI Whiting *lreet. *
H inrmlarrti of the young Baytown Golf and Bridge dub
i rb« of (ho Firm Hop will moot >! (ho Comunlty h»u»>
hurrb ir Baytown with a
>R^F \ ^ ■ -I----
CM^ai'^RMlIaMTGame. Bhmlarly
heart- were played during I hr took place
f after Which Villa from » * tvtdber 17.
OtMmu trfe were «li*-i 1V grm>l% the mi of Mr
cidij—Churchcs—Clubs-
TRI CITIES CIVIC
LEAGUE TO PLANT
MEMORIAL TREE
Hl)l— ■! f 1M ii in
The Tri-Cities Civte I*
will plant a *w,llmg walm
Kobrrl k. law hiffh school
88. 'tMt to rwimwworatlc.
Ihr two hundredth birthday
vor*ary «f Ue«rgt W**ds
Mil. Fr' IU'»»V Li-rudeiil. iinu
«4 today.
Tho program la brma •n<»n«»r«* I
llbwrV
THE OLD HOME TOWN
THEY TELL M* JIM
PERklNS turned OuTA
DOZEN PIG»S DAIS MORNING
AND BY NOON THOSE DU De,
HUNTERS HAD SHOT ANO
_ _ — - _ __ »mii»■ a. k - CSC F.A
*«tuU><* P ■ rual Oln
YEP, AND bY JIM.
ACTING UP rial
MAD-LIKE, HE <50T;
BETTER THAN
market PRICE
TREE IS ERECTED
BY GOOD-FELLOWS
M Z j .. . Tho program la being *\
of lloaonaiRit. which by tho CMr l-canr u» t
hi Lake t'hailot, UJ Uon with the nation-wide
, ,„,y. Haw thii awuvoiwary.
lane «f the »niuver»*t5
uAE 53L-awy:-d SgasSSfS
woro aorvod lo theiingien boulevard in Beaumont and Til CiUra Nursery and FlntaJ iL
-Jttow»-K*aHtoun*t«»rt4e an salgtofe ,afr I# BlMmawrr.WH-ruiTJIptanf ffio fre*.;
flirt r Maryam Hold* i Katorprtoa. TNh yaung rupflt w#' <M.ar Nton* far tho cerumen/1
Palmer. Suren# Pitta,,mah* theft homo with hi* parent* ham not boon completed yot, but
Kathleen 8temm,| „ ......iU.r will inciiMo Iht maraing «» in* F
Bffgyfe ya-U/r,.
William*. Nam P W.liwms,
Ro*etU Tarll. Mr*
... v , , $to*‘«f tho tree and pledge to jter
To Rntcrtm Uuh\, h i'%JsISS!La^
Mrw Bdl^w^ wi»Fbo »^^,^n S£*ttT uZm i
‘1SS Wwoa.ht Mi Vrm.,n. tie*
'?• ‘ • -j.
polf And Bridge etob i°r "fl'to* homo afvWuhingteo,
game* Tueaday at 2 30
I Tho affaii will beH
1 - I’d I l|..u<e ill
30 0. ni. j , ~
aa: min given
THANKSBYKING
iCuntinued from I'af - I) y
# Mr anil Mr*. I. HI J.mlia anHt* **WW*il* in W
mmaro tho Amiir nf n 7 fe-urn*1 "*"#*0 with tho proiilr
im* at l»r. (». A Idlin '* ho*|dtil1 n«! to rritieiic ihmr Wbya if they
galmday. don't do iu»t a< a paid depart*
Mom- SiiWlk l war a -fHaaton I n fr, .Rrwrmt*f
■ . ...... do it hat they think la-rt and do it
v.ltor Sunday. * (wo- anti rnei ifull,.. Uivc ihoM)
Mr and Mr*. Ilufh hXiola ^ » boont nnd not a Hmock.
V2I Went Culf rtmrt will have Someone mu»t tiy ami proti-ct
a. their vue.t for Hiriutmaa Mr >•«* pn»|irrty ami three non have
«<**• »- iv.h ^■'srfcV'wt dLisjs
uf .Auttin ami Mr. and Mi«. W. j (,y m,( parkunr your car ar>iuivl n,N,n jn
'll. Wyatt and daughter, of Houe- the fire. When you hoar the flro ’ Appatentlv
the party will ta-
Jour* Mrhool, Hat 1
Santa plan*
ahould vuu!
Now (ioodF. ll,,*, .
^ Craok Oivir HufT'
loi Tho Kromony <*,ro
hna given a rratr
Ho ha* Han
(Cuntinuod lYom pngo 1
; Hankin*. Mr*. L L Hum. MV*. A. j h„. iiVrn'TTmV'Tl
!C. too, Mr*. Iter.#*, Mr*. Homy Ho ku> Ham, "tjic i, w
It'athnnor, Mr*. A A. Liliia, Mr*. | Amt the Itoi Sr,.uu "***
8. K. Larhin*. Mr*. W> T. Mob* i 186 bag* of randy |*^ __
j aon and othar*. in making tho going to help ^
nag* ami then filling tnom with are noodod. * N
toya and candy and fruita. . —
A* on* -young tollmo;; ^hF tho -™HTNTH AHOU^nm
other day. Uua a*a«*nbiing room PliOKMV Ari, t/
at Alteon Juno* erhool i* begin I 'a.-i ^.Vr . .. ^ a
ning to bo filleii with "more toy*'.WBU* ^"t*. In-
dian Santa ha* himaolf." And, Wd umlrr thr
what toya they aro—you rn-vor! itatr fi*h ami gum. ____ '
'sLt-Ti 5ts»* rxx: ***«? ^
Tri*CiUaa ar»»- and you havo a by *tatr authontln tel
of tW different thing* ------
III I ___-......
IhoM^childmi will
Don't foil to got tickata to tho
Chriatma* kroo. All a tirody child
haa to do to get in on the pnriy
i« to come to tho bw office and
aak for a ticket to Santa'* party.
I hr lift ha* 403 luunim on it ta-.
22 Sc
help old Santa and hia vmtetmUlBm
by getting U ticket—and then be
mg at the tree to r-clve u h.u-
i t¥"-Tb# p*rty wS
f held lietwoori A mum June* and
Horace Mann *chool. Den by
otrret i* to la* r(.«le.| t„ atRO*
mobile traffic that night. If thr
weather forbida an outdoor jiarty,
**' .* * - AS
■■■I
de-lu:
I I*. M.
tWimmuey |
mm
tl
It I-. M 21
LAST TIMES TttDAI
came to the hospital Sunday aftei
a Height* ambulance."
¥, Ml me HIM. men y.n n*w, inr »>vj Apparenuv M. H»*er wa* t'e
Pm. Paul Kchob of Au*tin will! alarm, plraee pull to the curb only err w ho e*cajietl tn ir.,: ,.cr-
lie the. gm et Ilf hi* brother* J, L.; *ml »tnp until thr trurk* and tin- j i.-u»ly poivonrd. Hr *aid he felt
and II. II. Ficbol* for a few day* men pa**. the effect of thr poison, but hi*
—*■ * If you imr»t go to the fire■ rondittnn did not warrant hospital
it wa» said.
THEFTSUSPECT TO !£ t.'Sf 23T. H"b“k'
FACE FRAUD CASE * «SttM* ^
thi* work.
—With—
HD BRt-M)Bd
fefHBnrTwKtmSS
BUCK JONES
^BRANDED”
Alway* • Hood hhar
- FOOTBALL FORECASTER
(Continued from page I j ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Hw.
ml from h^iat T.-aa* oil field* .and 21 — Tommy McCrodeo, HO,
the clothe* were hi* own. | proved to be the beat football:
Officer liarburk, who wa* un- prognosticator in a newspaper
15
the fin- ..............
Mr. and Mr*. T. B. McCulloch, pleaae stand luodr ami let tb. 1 treatment,
brute and groom of the ipnnth, firemen handle it. They have,
returned fnun a trip to New Or-, taken training for thfc pur|Hise j
leans Kunday ami will I* at home, Never torn in a false alarm,
to friend* at 310 West James1 thr little fun might turn to sail-
street nr**. A life might U- snuffed I
Mr*. If. C. Hickman wa* a out. You may never know what
H«u»ton visitor today. j might Is* the result of a trick of.
Mrs. H. E. Brunson spent to-.,that kind. . I
day in IlmitUin -hopping. • Call us when you think you
--——:- might need u*. We will come any ' [ ^ >wi wir ........
Pelly Firemen Thank W ip fir>l ca„ the «*. it ha8 not br« drcidrd .her.j”7^ -Donald McKinnon. 30. of Strawn
Asfistants in Banau«t oml f,,r ,h*' f,r,‘ 'fc !,t W,U ,,r h“ld' 9u»rt*-, house where Kayon • waa hidden, "a* fatally mjuied when his auto-,
- 'partment. She will connect you I fir.* comi**ioner sani touay.' ' • Kayon climbml out a window and mobile skidded off the wet pave-,
_. „ „ ““ . ' . I directly with the fire station, Tell Twenty one of the 2ft member* Hid down a drain pipe. He fell ment. .
The Pelly Volunteer fire depart-j,a, rh,rf what the l.-eah,.n in- of th,. (tre department competed
tv v —— —- ------— - - P°»* for the prixes. If wa* at first
i .7 * 1*! . , C ,I^h 17! ! !’,:inn,*d to ti-rinin.te the Mntestl
the
WILLIAMSON WINS
FIREMEN CONTEST srtrtWtLrra; t* ’r '*°*r ***
I IlklsItlLin VWULWlj^ thf lMt m wported ^ winner, out of a list of 20.
-- accompanied Deputy Sheriff A. T.
fC "timieil from Pag? II Hamilton to Houston where Ray-
made for th- meeting Tuesday,‘"n w**lfrrr,,<rd
CAB CRASH FATAL
MINERAL WELLS. Dec. 21 HIP*
nw-nt
t h o <1 i
boaid of
t church
alderman
ami
e a ■
Pelly Volunteer fire depart ; the ehiof what the location
tmtev wr.,t,■ letter* t.._the'|Uwl un,| block iiurtter if
j planned to terminate rne comest
----— I llommbrr '-H—*nr~ir~T" TfteefThg. a
BOY POINSONED BY S'-tSsjs' Sr*M
firemen for the assistance given UU I I l/ll* JvilLl/ D I All firemen who Enrolled for the '
TOADSTOOLSDIES
t Pelly City Ln. Ch.iri fr.on the I . _ 1 VS. Fim ^1
A(TS,t»" churches were uneil at the
i inr ooaio oi- ..tin tn
-----1 preumg th* rpj57e?TitTon oT the
i firemen for the assista
| hiilmo. t
TRI-CITY CUT RATE AUTO
P ARTS
„ Batteries fX-M .
One Year (iuaranlee
Part*. Haring*, <.l»*»e« For
All Car* At » -** Than
Half Price
310 Doom Creek Street
GALS!
»♦« « t H I 4444 M I 4 »♦ > It » ‘ MU
BN CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR RENT—Throe room house*,
per month, water and
paid—Call I!*F2, Mont
Mr*. Merritt. 171-3t<
-■S’loom unfurnished
s-v, ■•< modern convenience*.
A. Brmlbury. 222 Ea*t Jack
jPlT _________r'‘‘l*;»73
pB REKt—t room unfurnished
ke«M. Ha* water, lights, ga*.
Near school Apply - W. H. Cal
,J*». W,K>«ter.^- , ' 172-fitp
FOR RENT Nice bedsnam with
ga* heater ami garage, furnteh-
«d. J17 Wert Murnil. 3tp-l70
FOR RENT—Six-r «mi hou*e in
[ Cadtf Bajnm. located on Bayou
nt. Phone 968-PJ bet we. n S
II a. m. U7-.10tp
It RRMT—Or Ikaae building
ultalyle for any huainea*, on Taaa*
I Apply W. Jt Rear,
w. Ir
FOR Rent—S room unfurniahed
house’, all convenience*—Call 11*3
WHburn Bros. |«K-tfc
FOR RENT-2 room apartment, j
light*, water,‘gn* furnished, (4
per week. Bradbury apartment,j
FOR RENT—Two-roo m uh-
fumishml house. Apply 2IK In-
diana St., East Baytown.
(Continued from Page 11 King said.
rdile myself. Then my wife and MARION, Va., IVc. 21 'l-P'-
her mother. Mrs. 'Baker, began jh-»-r are becoming very plentiful
showing sign* of having been jn ^tj^, of Virginia. One
CEL' w*-'* •" g-'r iMf*
“We .fl'cfdeit TfinT 7oine tead * anil later a buck of about 176
stool* had been mixed wilh' t*-» p,,un,ls was seen trotting through
com- out, and they w„rkn>i on ti.e j •
little boy, off ami on, for a day orj MEDAL FOR IM»V
two. He seemed to be getting on ||noHI('K FALLS, N- Y„ Dec.
""'•S^urday night the little fellow 2> JH'-A •novement ha* been
liegan having convulsion* and wns started in Hoosick hall* to obtain
foaming at the mouth. The doc- ? g Carnegie Hero medal for II-
*• >aae^icfe!Liigss^st-. wakn
h.r Mho- ml I'S* SI" **-—*-»__L*SgS"gHBB!
ARCADIA
Whiles
with BERT LAHR
Charlotte
GREENWOOD
PAT O’BRIEN
l>ir„lMl b,
\4Fiin:
THIS
STUTZ JUNIOR
- RACER
Nearly 6 feet long, equipped with 2.80x12.75 Dfou-I
matic tires, ball bearing wheels, French h«rn, all it*d j
chassis, and upholstered seat cushion.
'WILL BE GIVEN AWAY
- FREE AT 8 P. M 'THURSDAY
AT OUR STORE
DECEMBER 24
■7/,
HE SURE TO
BE AT TEE
acophsi

■wncE-:
DEER'hEADS mounted. Inquire,
•t Baytown Barber shop—J. R
Bacher. 155-15tp
Mn. M. K. Conway, noted spiri-
tual medium of Houston, member
T. S. S. A. will bs In tha Trt-
Cities evary Saturday at Ilf
Dsnby street—opposite Horace
Manp aebool. ; : 'V' HM-to
SPIRITUAL MRDfll
voyant, gvtos advice ond
^h.nA health, happtoemi.
00k AND BOARD—17.60 week
Hoipn cooked meals, comer Pruett
110!) Caroline, Houston.
u NOTICE ’ | ■■■■............... . -.............- ......- . .
**-JXs ARNETT & CO*
.TRI-CITIES
WEEKLY ■ BUSINESS
SUMMARY
■y \-T4t.
RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION : ^ce c.fpn^u*T*PPej Gam,
Must Secure Permit!
STRIVING fO RBDtJCS CBSINT UM98BB 1. _ _
......Dt ns I Gauss Crsak atfrld ear opara-
IIKNRY WHIDDON, Secretary-Manager PHOJ4E j ton today ware given notifca that
,1 they moat file application for per-'
I mil to operate service ear* and
j must obtain bond before Jan. 1, R.
coneAsr
Guaranteed Fall c
Weight aad StU, >HU
to aay mattress at
■ aay prtoal.....
PHONE 1313
to drive hi June, and the penults
expire December 81, Mr. Manley
nw *

delinquent after January 31.
Taxe* pot paid before that dale
are subject to 10 per cent penalty
and intereat. Cftixens are urgently
requratod to pay their Uxe>
houre; promptly in order that the bonded
obligations may be met promptly.
INSURANCE and BONDS ,
Phone 282 . 'i. . . Goone Creek
J. H. MEEK,
Tax Collector.
McDowell’s Grocery & Market
FOR SALE'
PHONE M 1118
A RED and WHITE STORE
Better Delivery Service, '*
BAYTOWN
mn «m Here.M
■1 ................—---— "
Valley Give* Fruit
To Orphang Homes
MacALLEN, Dec. 21 (CB -
Three carloads of Lower Rjo
-Grande Valley dtras fruit* will
be given to Texas orphanges -be-
fore Christmas. ' V
One car will be cent to the Odd
Ring Hunters Fire
ALBANY, Dsc.81 CB-OflleM
Walter O’Brien tolls this one and
ask* that you. believe it; .
' Captain James Coffey and my-
self went hunting tost winter. The
- “orld’s Largest Nursery-—STARK BROS. <
z J- Lewenthal, Agent! ^ JM
102 Avo. A, North BaytoWg*. ■ ■' , ,'’t ■ ', • Bux 201-
U8E THE
WRIGHT MOTOR FREIGHT LII
hours we returned
without atUL
mt 'dMttp
dlZiiZ
“The blaxe wa* out, but ringed
around the ashes were a dozen,
nice, gray aquirrel*. It seems they
Juki sat around the fire to keep
warm. The fire had melted the
snow and ice and water ran all
over the place.
“It ev# wet the buahy tails of
the squirrel* and when the fire
went out the water froae, holding
down the squirrels. V |
It was easy. All wa had to da,
{waa pry them loose from the ice
1308 at-
TRI-CITY CLEANERS
DELIVERIES—NOT PROMISES
BAYTOWN,
PHONE MAIN 1120
!srsur/figus -a$ss sstssl
listened to the tale, were inclined
local I. O. 0. F. officiaL Baptist
churche* will lend another to
HOUSE FOR 'SALB-ft-room
house, sleeping porch, double
garage, corner lot, 75 by 100,1
I7JM0 value, will take car or
radio in trade, sell!to $2700
small down payment, small
(W Pharmacy *U173-3te
KERR INSURANCE
AGENCY
PHONE 322
INSURANCE
212 TEXAS AVENUE
Buckner’s orphan* home at Dal-
| la*. A thin) will be cent by
Christian churche* to the brphan-
Ingo ami home for the aged of
i that denomination at Dallas.
Valley Methodist* may ship a
car to the
to believe that perhaps O’Brien
might have been dreaming.
Reid & Strickland
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
307 Citiaens State Bank Building
STAR BATTERY SERVICE
WE MANUFACTURE STAR BATTERIES
8TARTER. IGNITION AND GENERATOR REPAIRS
EXPERT RADIO REPAIRS . iitMA8,I
112 TEXAS AVENUE ERIC IIAltTMA-
JONES & MASSEY
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
LIQH’mOJTXTORBS ut^ WRING

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