The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 297, Ed. 1 Monday, December 15, 1930 Page: 3 of 4
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THE DAILY NEWS-TELEGRAM
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pen Wood has been quite sick with | Mr. and Mrs. Murrie Chandler,
(^e past week. Miss Christine Wood and Lewis Os-
---------- burn of Paris were Dallas visitors
igne.half price on all Sweaters. Sunday.
UIj’s Store for Men. dtf ------
------ I M. C. Bailey writes fire, wind-
prof. and Mrs. Clifford Wells of storm, haij, auto, theft, insurance,
contract or builders, guardian or ad-
ministrators bends. dx
unmerce were visitors here Sunday.
^’Cjack Maxwell is here from Eldo-
jo Ark., for a visit with relatives.
pre(j Jackson was a visitor here
1(jay from his home in Dallas.
j[r, and Mrs. Harvey Wiggington
pallas are spending a few days in
Iphur Springs with relatives.
j[r. and Mrs. R. S. Barrett and
|ily visited relatives in Mt. Pleas-
a ANY Til
One-third off on our -entire stock
Suits and Overcoats, all new pat-
ins. Smith's Store for Men. dtf
judge and Mrs. Grover Sellers and
and Mrs. J. K. Brim were visitors
Ur. and Mrs. Dave Armstead and
jldren spent Sunday in Tira visit-
her sister, Mrs. Elvis Adams.
George Williams who has been
ite sick at his home on Main street
Hr. W. D. Moore of Malakoff was
guest of his son, Young Moore,
Eaymond Leach has gone to Hous-
to make his home, having accept-
a position there.
Dr. Jesse Gee is here from his
me in Orange for a visit with his
their, Mrs. L. E. Gee, and family.
Mrs. J. C- Tirado has returned to
her home in Dallas after visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McClimons,
Mr. and Mrs. Acker Glover and
daughters Annette and Mary Jane
visited in Tyler during the week-end,
guests of her father, Bob Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. Young Moore moved
Monday to the Will Rogers apart-
ment on College street to make their
Bring your Rabbits, Furs, Hides,
Pecans, Poultry, Butter and Eggs and
exchange them for cash.—Rayburn
Gonnally, Main St., Sulphur Springs,
Mrs. W. H. Brandon, Misses Doro-
thy Brandon, Myrtle Ruth and Mary
Lou Crisp, Eldon Medley and Juli-
ette Murray spent Monday in Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas and
daughter Emily and Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Wise of Dallas spent Sunday
here with relatives.
We will trade Cleaning and Press-
ing for second-hand Suits, Overcoats
and Ladies Coats. Dike Moore Tailor
Mr. and Mrs. John Stribling, Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Smith and daugh-
ters spent Sunday visiting relatives
Ed Pounds left
Louis on business.
Monday for St.
Richard and Virginia Lindsey were
Mt. Pleasant visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Markham are
spending a few days in Ft. Worth.
Misses Maude Ramey and Laura
Cumming and A. E. Ardis were vis-
itors in Mt. Vernon Sunday.
W. P. Harris, Mrs. W. J. Harris
and Mrs. George Middleton were vis-
itors in Dallas today.
Wilson Sparks has recovered from
an operation at the hospital here
and gone to his home north of town.
Mrs. George Kincaid who was op-
erated on Saturday at the Long hos-
pital, was doing nicely today.
Misses Imogene Houston and Ber-
tie Kirby were visitors in Greenville
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lindsey were
in Sulphur Bluff Sunday to see their
uncle, John Walker, who is quite
Ray D. Owens, 11-year-old son of
G. G. Owens of Green Pond, was op-
erated on for appendicitis at the hos-
pital Sunday night.
Mrs. H. L. DeFord and children
who have been guests of Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. DeFord have returned to
their home in Dallas.
Mrs. George Harriss has returned
to her home in Dallas after a visit
with relatives here and her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Armstrong, at
E. W. Midgett and daughter Miss
Zora and Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Steph-
ens and children of Dallas were here.
Sunday to see Mrs. C. A. Posey who
remains critically ill.
Hiss Fannie Hackney has return-
home from a visit in Cumby and
|ps. D. F. Kelty and children have
toned to their home in Clarksville
fer a visit here with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Morehead and
T. H. Tanner were visitors here dur-
ing the week-end, guests of Mrs.
Elba Chamberlain and family.
Hr. and Mrs. J. H. Dixon had as
ir guests during the week-end Mr.
i Mrs. H. Keyes of Dallas.
Buddy Waits is visiting his grand-
'ents, Dr. and Mrs- McGarity, at
We will trade Cleaning and Press-
[ for second-hand Suits, Overcoats
ii Ladies Coats. Dike Moore Tailor
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Henderson and
and Mrs. Ben C. Camp spent
iiday in Dallas.
County Supervisor Miss Era G.
Pierce has gone to Hot Springs, Ark.,
to attend a rural teachers’ conven-
Mrs. Forest Hine and son Charles
Robert are here from their home in
Dallas to be with Mrs. C. A. Posey
who is critically ill at her home on
South Davis street.
Mr. and Mrs. Melson Chapman an-
nounce the arrival of twins—a boy
and a girl—at their home on Moore
avenue Sunday, December 14.
Misses Maudie and Ruth Bullock
were here Sunday from their home
in Dallas visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Silas Bullock, and family.
Lost! Five dollar reward to the
one who found my necklace, lost in
or near Postoffice Sunday morning.
Phone 685, Mrs. Crampton.
IVade Mangum was here from his
in Dallas and spent Sunday vis-
ng his aunt, Mrs. Pearl Deakins,
Sr. and Mrs. T. M. Blalock will
rive tonight from their home in
wston to spend the Christmas hol-
ays visiting relatives.
Miss Ophelia Yancey and Mr. Dick
Doyster of Campbell were here and
spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brashear and
son, who have been guests of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brashear,
at Rock Inn, have returned to their
home in Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Arnspiger of
Wolfe City were visitors here during
the week-end, guests of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas, and fam
No other but a good report could
be given of the services at the First
Methodist church yesterday, when
Rev. Minor Bounds again proclaimed,
forcefully and effectively, the gospel
in two discourses at the morning and
The message in the morning ser-
vice on the theme, “The Stability of
Life,” with the text taken from the
31st verse of the 32nd chapter of
Deuteronomy, “For their rock is not
as our Rock, even our enemies
themselves being judges,” in which
Christianity was shown to be the one
satisfying religion of the world, as
compared to other forms of religion,
was one that indicated deep and
thoughtful study on the part of the
speaker and its apparent reception
by the audience suggested confidence
in the Christian spirit in which it
was given. The evening sermon, on
’’The Call of God to Man,” which
was more evangelistic in its nature,
but equally as earnest in its appeal
to the Christian life, gave still fur-
ther evidence of the growing popu-
larity of Bro. Bounds as a real pro-
claimer of God’s Holy Word, and the
earnestness with which he presents
the truths brings profound attentive-
ness from his audience.
The Sunday school and League
services were equally as well, and
perhaps better, attended than on for-
mer Sundays. In several departments
of the Sunday school, all teachers
and officers were reported present
and on time, and the largest attend-
ance of pupils since the beginning of
the new Sunday school year. Among
other work done by the League is
the preparation of the Christmas box
for the little orphan girl in the Meth-
odist Home at Waco, which they are
helping to support. The White
Christmas offering to be taken on
next Sunday, for the Methodist
Home, is being stressed in the Sun-
day school and church announce-
ments, and will be the special feature
in the service of next Sunday at the
11 o’clock hour.
with events preceding and during a
court hearing before District Judge
Frank P. Culver Jr., of Tarrant Co.,
growing out of divorce proceedings
involving the man and his wife.
Mason’s petition alleged that state-
ments attributed to him during the
course of the Fort Worth court hear-
ing were obtained under duress and
that publication of such statements
in newspapers in Fort Worth and
Dallas had damaged him. Actual
damages of $100,000 were asked,
with exemplary damages in a like
Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 13-—
Attorney Garrett denied here Satur-
day night that there was any duress
in the obtaining of a statement from
Weldon Mason, preliminary to the
court hearing in Seventeenth District
court. Garrett said the statement
was made to his client personally by
Mason in Dallas.
Garrett said he did not know what
he would file in the Dallas court in
answer to the suit brought by Mason
until he had been served and seen
The Fort Worth attorney said that
to the best of his recollection, the
statement was not introduced here in
evidence, and not referred to speci-
fically as a statement from Mason.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Owens and
son Durwood of Fort Worth have
returned home after visiting relatives
here and at Reily and Como, and be-
ing with his brother, Roy D. Owens,
who underwent an operation at the
hospital Here Sunday night.
Mrs. J. W. Cain of Winnsboro is
the guest of her son, Buford Cain,
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hicks and
Mrs. S. A. Hicks spent Sunday in
Enloe visiting relatives.
by rubbing on
OVER t? MILLION JARS USED YEARLY
EASTERN STAR MEETS TONIGHT
Stated meeting of Sulphur Spgs.
Chapter No. 718, O. E. S., tonight at
7:30 at the Masonic hall. Members
are urged to be present, visitors wel-
come. LOIS WOOD, W. M.
MARY WAITS, Sec.
Rev. Beulah and Rev- Holmes were
here from Ft. Worth Sunday. Rev.
Holmes spoke at the First Christian
church at the 11 o’clock hour and at
the evening service, in the interest of
the State Endowment Fund for Re-
tired Christian Ministers.
12,008 TONS OF
MOVED FOR STATUE
John Avinger is here from his
home in Avinger to spend this week
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
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Mr. and Mrs. N. Haggar were in
Greenville Sunday where they went
to meet Mrs. Elizabeth Stolte of St.
Louis who is here for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Callie Connor and
daughter Helen Frances were here
Sunday from their home in Paris vis-
iting their parents, Mrs. H. C. Con-
nor and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Quinn.
Miss Mary Evelyn McGarity has
returned to her home in Como after
a visit here with her sister, Mrs. Ru-
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Soape of
Houston are guests of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Palmer, and ac-
companied by Mrs. Palmer and Miss
Alice Virginia Palmer, spent Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Irons have re-
turned to their home in Arlington
after a visit here, accompanied by
his father, Mr. John Irons, who will
spend this week visiting them at
Washington, Dec. 13. — Twelve
thousand tons of granite have been
blasted from the stony heart of the
Black Hills to make place for a por-
trait of George Washington.
Gutzon Borglum, famous sculptor
in charge, contentedly has watched
the process at the Mount Rushmore
Memorial in South Dakota.
So pleased in turn was the commis-
sion supervising the project that it
used Borglum’s poetic words Friday
to phrase thoughts in the second an-
nual report to Congress.
The sculptor called the job a cool-
headed setting down of “a few epoch-
al facts regarding the accomplish-
ments of old world radicals who shook
the shackles of oppression from their
light feet and fled, despotism to peo-
ple a continent; who built an em-
pire and rewrote the philosophy of
freedom, and compelled the world to
accept its wiser, happier forms of
COST UNCLE SAM
Washington, Dec. 12.—The Unit-
ed States paid out $219,000,000 in
cash during the last fiscal year as
part of the cost of its wars, the ma-
jority of which were fought more
than a half century ago.
Pension payments were sent to
464,257 persons, the annual report to
the Bureau of Pensions reveals. This
figure represents a decrease of 13,-
658 for the previous year.
There are yet ten widows whose
husbands were in the War of 1812.
They draw a recompense from the
government. Widows of soldiers of
the Mexican War number 630. On
account of services in various Indian
wars 5,454 soldiers and 4,191 wid-
ows are on the roll, and because of
service-connected disabilities 15,661
soldiers and 3,830 widows draw pen-
The number of Civil War veterans
dropped from 59,945 to 48,991, a de
crease of 10,954. Of the Civil war
widows their number fell from 181,-
235 to 167,674, a decrease of 13,-
The number of Spanish war veter-
ans at the close of the fiscal year
was 168,365, as against 178,804 at
.the beginning, an increase of 7,561,
and the number of widows 30,919,
as against 28,643, a gain of 2,276.
CAR OWNERS \
Dallas, Texas, Dec. 14.—Weldon
Mason, star halfback on the South-
ern Methodist University football
team, today filed suit in Fourteenth
District court here against a wealthy
Fort Worth man and his wife, alleg-
ing conspiracy to slander and black-
mail and seeking $200,000 damages.
The petition alleged conspiracy to
slander and blackmail in connection
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Bagwell, J. S. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 297, Ed. 1 Monday, December 15, 1930, newspaper, December 15, 1930; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1127712/m1/3/?q=yaqui: accessed February 25, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.