The Ozona Stockman (Ozona, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 4, 1933 Page: 4 of 4
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(From Floyd C
Funeral rites fo
76, pioneer reaid
County, were hel<
noon of this week
lowing his sudden
morning, with ft
pastor of th* l
Rev. G. I. Brittai
a long-time t'rieiu
family. The tune
the h<^me 602 Su
A large number
residents were pr
Death t om
Death for the p
Saturday nun «*«««
dition had been
past several moB
ment having dev<
not well during t
the night of Fri
tack which prov
occur until after
within a few mi
moved to a bed
which he occupies
Surviving Mr. I
wile and five ehjj
and three daughb
Fred W of Munti
itornia and Fran
The daughters ar<
son and Mrs. S. Vjj
Mrs. J. M. Baggej
All the children '
funeral. Mrs. Bt,
and Fred W. B
ied by his wife
Faulkner, of Lo
ter of Mr and Se
and grand via ugh'
ed, reached here j
at 7 o’clock aft
ceded her father
ruary 6 of this y
Two sisters a!
ceased. They a
Leary, of Knnia
A. E. Vandervoo'
er was able to
Mr. and Mr*,
be. 21. 1929. at
a number of piL
well as relative*^
gathered to do
County in IH94
Boerner at that
tensive land hoi
operating a sh
ea«t Floyd C
is now in f.
years here the f
zona and lived
ing here in
he had re
to begin the
its first spurt
in 19It. Foil*
district on July!
For three y
April 1920 he
* <w cm
in connection with the. movement T^e prevalence of illncs* in the
for utfitial marking of historical --------*
Award Metals Far SSf"T“
ft WWW _ . The boy 0*4 girl who will r*
apots In Texan, and you weie un
anini 'ii.dy «le itcd to continue that
work as official representative, or
**CoeMni*tuoiietof the Texas So-
ciety. It wus suggested that you
community caused postponement
of the Men’s Meeting scheduled to
be held in Barnhart last Sunday
afternoon, according to word *ent
e by leadore. A gmup of men
Sons Of American Rev-
olution To Honor
fleers of the Texas l hai»ter. 1>..\4 Sunday afternoon to
R„ in an effort to work oat some conduct a „pccial service for men.
plan of co-operation between our
orfsnt/ji!'iii.s, and also that you
confer w ith the State College of-
ficials and Historical Sw.etier.
inviting their co-opera'ton and
auch suggestions a» mav be help-
ful in locating liUtori-nl spots in
the .Hub*. Wo understand that th«
Highway Commission has already
offered to properly mark these
spots when designated by some
duly organized society, ami the
hope wus expressed that during
the year you will be abie to accom-
plish something really worthwhile
along this Une.
“Sincerely regretting that you
could not he with us today, and
assuring you of our appreciation
of your fine service in connec-
tion with this matter of marking
historical spots in Texas. 1 am
Jus, C. Jones, Secy.-Trcas.
Two handsome bronze medal*,
to be awarded to the boy and firl(
of the 1933 grammar school grad !
• - _ __£ apKiWtlg wIlO !
ceive these medals will he ■*!•«
ted by popular vote of their class-
mates and teachers. The claae
will select five candidates for the
honor, one group of boy* and a
group of girls. From these two
group*, teachers who have the
student* In classes will by popu-
lar vote select the boy and girl
to receive the medal.
The qualities to be considered
A recent outbreak of measles in
Barnhart, however, caused post-
ponement of the meeting. The
meeting will be held in the near
future, as soon as the measles epi-
demic is over, according to F. M-
McGlothing of Barnhart, the date
to be announced a* soon as it i*
af the 1933 grammar school grad The quaimes »» .....—
uating class of Ozona school* whoj .n making the award, M oUt,i"
beat «empUfy the qualities which! by the secretary general of he
Louts Donaho spent the week-
end in Del Rio.
Mr. and Mrs. N\ W. Graham
were business visitors to San An-
LTSi*- bTs«T* A^Hcn Revolution nr. „ fo.
Meredith and will be awarded to lows:
winners of the distinction at the! Dependability aa evidenced by
grammar school commencement j the record in punctuality, truth-
exercises May 19. ! fulness, honesty, loyalty, trust-
The medals are offered by the worthiness and self-control.
National Society, Sons of the! Co-operation aa evidenced by
American Revolution, and Rev. the record in respect for author-
Meredith. former state chaplain I ity. respect for property, respect
»t»f the Texas organization, has for rights of others and courteay.
9 adeishlp as evidenced by what
I <t • Aa «m *!>« t ha
: UU* puptw n«9 MMIW »M assaoesw *mv
! chool a better school.
No pupil (tall
of tha American------ ,-
al who la not dona In apoaeh and
Patriotism aa avidoaced te loy-
alty to and knowledge of thrpur-
poses expressed In the preamble
to the Constitution of the United
•t tt* IVW.V.IU,
Life Insurance Ce,
Mr. and Mr*. M. M. F^lme
Mrs. J. T. Keeton and Mrs. 8. 1
Butler, are In attandaace today
Represented in Oioqt
On HER Day-
Sunday — May 14
Beautiful Underwear. Slippers, a Dress—hundreds
of other Huggc-dions i« please her.
Lemmons Dry Goods Go.
HOME OF QUALITY MERCHANDISE
In Your Hour Of Need
Serves You Best--
Are You Shooting Square With Him By Paying
Your Drug Billa Promptly Each Month?
Did >ou know that you get better t-ervice at >cur Drug Store, than at
mo«t any place in town? And *c appreciate your business nnd glad to serve
you at all times.
We are called from our peaceful slumber at all hours of the night to
dispense for those who are suffering, without extra charge to you. and we be-
lieve that vou appreciate it. but when we ark our customers to pay qs, many of
them say that they have to pay cash for Groceries, and that it takes all their
money for that.
Charge Accounts Now Limited To
STRICTLY 30-DAY BASIS
We have never before fared a crisis like this, when sufficient money to
run our business was so hard to obtain, and w« find that we are compelled
to place our business strictly on a U da> basis.
We regret that we Are not in a position to do business a* in days gone
by. but u we Have several thousand dollars on our books, and inasmuch as our
creditors demand rash for their merchandise we cannot avoid taking this step
at this time.
Hereafter we must insist on prompt payment of all arrounts on 30day
basis. All accounts MUST BE PAID by the Ibth of the month or further cred-
it cannot be er tended.
The Rexall Store
'Just a Little Better Serv ice*
IN THE ADAM8 BUILDING
CL W. SINGLETON ^ H. P. NEILL
Speciab for Friday A Saturday
STEW MEAT Par Ilk..'.------
BEEF ROAST, Nrjh.—
GROUND MEAT, Ap ia
CHUCK STEAK OIMfEN, Per lb.
A PULL LINE OP FRE8H AND CURED MEATS
The Grower is a Member of Our Wool
San Angelo Wool Co
WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE ON
OAKES AND SANTA FE TRACKS
San Angelo, Texas
Full Concentration From Big Lake & Sonora
And All Points Between
1 Bonded (or Your Protection
PER HUNDRED POUNDS
We put the skids under another little “deal” 0-
zona’s would-be merchant attempted to slip over at the
expense of a bunch of poor, hard-working truck drivers.
With a threat to “import trucks and drivers from South
Texas’* if Ozona truckers didn’t agree to haul salt at
less than cost of the haul, this fellow tried to undersell
other dealers and make the trucks pay his profit.
But it didn’t work—like a lot of other schemes. He
can throttle a few—the help he employs at a dollar a
day, for instance—for his own profit, but he can’t do it
in wholesale lots. We’ve sold three carloads of salt in
a weeck, truck drivers have been employed profitably
and ranchmen have been able to get salt CHEAPER-
Now, who is looking out for the interests of Ozona and
M. C. Couch
Grocery — Bakery
“The Store That Lowered
J. D. POMEROY
Em-ting and Repairing I
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White, W. Evart. The Ozona Stockman (Ozona, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 4, 1933, newspaper, May 4, 1933; Ozona, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1103566/m1/4/: accessed June 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .