Stephens County Sun (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1946 Page: 1 of 8
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Lake to Give
County Edition: Breckenridge Aineriean
Devoted to the Farm and Home, and: to Every Legitimate btoat
or Kreckenridse and Stephens County
BRECKENRIDGE, TEXAS, THURS, APRIL II. 1946
NO GUARD CHANGE
WATER AT LAST
SEEN OR HEARD
Bv Surgeons On
V eterans Sears
NATURAL COLORS BEING
RESTORED TO FACES BY
SCRIXGFil::r.D; —Thi! an-
cient art of tatrooiujr, nourished
sisiu't* it- infancy by men of fcjiu
armies and navies of tin; world,
has beiin .srivi-n a new, amazing
; -a ■ -: i.n servo American veterans
of World War EC.
('ombincil with plastu; : surgery,
vhc. practice--in aii oxtwmely (ieli -
cate foiin--is being used at ch<*
0!iRii)ny i. li-ne'ralV'Hcispitai ho re to
restore norma!1 appearance. rp y«t-j
eran- a'hi earn tile cruel sear.;
A tew eases already have not
with succes.-. although this medical
receive.I «racit;s of rh(' nav-v- The commit- tattooing—as it is called—is still ;
in the experimental
f ' VVASKINGT' IX. April it.;ifX: -
: A House Military Affairs suii-
• on una tree today ditched its pre- :
j vidus .proposal: tor a:: tlat -S4i!() 'a.a.-
! nual pay raise for officers . and.
! men in. ihe armed 'forces! It ■:;)•
j proved instead a .plan giv ing in-
j creases ranging 'from 10 to .10 per
f cent, with the largest: boosts going
io the lowest ranks.
The proposal for raises design-
ed to rtiake .service careers more
attractive,. now goes to , the full
The 30 per -.rent increases wouhi ;
go to privates and privates, firs:,
class in the army arid marine
corps.: and;; to rite corresponding
Planting 5 Acres o£ Rice In 2 Minutes
REQUES1 has >e(.n • - proposed that the base pay of somewhat
from the li.cal • > • ° _ ' privates he increased from 530 ;o stage.
that we tell the public l-tat ut-. s__ a mj)nrh. and. of privates first A t my surgeons Say the1 art
does not handle any pnoiities tro(rl 554 u, cS<> 4l tnonth
All residential pnouiie* Sub-comrnitree chairman Over-
handled by Federal Housing Aa- (on Brook<v Democrat, La, sa-.u !
ministration. 909 Electric Buuotnt, rh(l new b;u3(1 pav figures, u ap-
Ft; Worth All commerciaf P™ - &roveci wollld be"Used in compur- ;
ities are < handled: iiv C.ivil ro« extEa. pay for submariners,
pilots and paraehuters, and for j
The pay, raise action by the
house group came as, 1 he Senate j
Military Aifairs Committee
action Administration, Chamber
of; Commerce Ft. Worth.
FT EE. about , thirty
talk and nothing
been u:-:-i!. to restore natural colors :
to faces a;- tlu last step in plastic :
urirery. For inssaiift, lips which
havi': been rebuilt' through skin ;
:graft cam be. rodtleneil by the1 pro:-f
Cess. . eyebrow;. "dotted" in, and
even minute spots.: matching whis-
ker can be implanted.
Science hopes eventually, to
"erase a;ity: and - all scars by-; vlie j
done dc-. ,,,,
finite aclion • Ha« been taken and pared tor decisive action on legis-
the wheels started turning; to- 'aUot! '« extend th< draft beyond
ward a new water supply for 'f May 13 expiration date. I„-
Breekenridge. i dieaHons were it would okay the
With the leadership (in this mat- ywar s^ extens*ion asked by
tar and remembering the tone ot ;Ffes«dent Fruman, but wmh limits
the meeting at ihe StCA_ yestei- 011 ^ numb^ and type of
day the Community Public Ser-
^vicc still will lip 1 he welcomed
distributor of the water but to do
sir officials of that company will
| have iu do mure than "hojw jfS will
rain"- (he expression used to the September meeting of the Abi-
jfcommitwe in Ft. Worth recently ; fene Presbytery will he held in ..... . . , . .. . , .
«in the matter. Merkel, it was decided by the: ua* n"t:tlcc' cailt c'w Phdadelpiua
SERVICES HERE FRIDAY
AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Funeral services Willi be held *
Mrs. Ales. Sommer, 79, resident of
| Breckenrfdge, Woodson and Al-
I bany siKe 1919, at 3 Friday af-
' cennoon at the First Presbyterian
Church. Mrs. Sommer passed a-
vvay in a Cisco hospital at 12:30
Thursday morning after an. illness
of several months.
Mr. and Mrs. Sommer moved to
i Breckenridge in 1934. when Mr.
j' Slimmer' purchased the Brecken-
j ridge Mil 11 and Elevator company.
I The only son, Charles is wed '
known in Breckenridge, distribu- j
, ter for Continental Gasoline and !
I long time Scout Master of Troo.p '
1 56*. j
I Beside the husband, and son, I
Mrs, Summer is survived: by tfej
j grandson, Charles W. 'Jr., Four
i sisters, Mrs. C. E. Ballinger, In-
dianapolis, Indiana; Mrs. S. B.
Smith, Somerset, Kentucky; 5'li-s.
j W. O. Havs, Somerset, Kentuck; :
j Mrs. riitie Pointer, London, Ken
tucky. Two brothers, Jim Miller
Tax On Property
To Finance Lake
Following report to the board ot directors- Tuesday evening on:
tiie water situaiion the membership of the- Chamber of Qmnenffi.
at the luncheon Wednesday de-aided to go ahead with, plans'for *
lake for a water supply here, and to distribute it if a trade is not
made with the Community Public Service-Company..
M. E. Daniel, president, who had been authorized to appoint.
•1 committee with himself as chairman by the board of directors ap-
pointed a committee,, himself not a member, consisting: of C . IC West).
—<s,j. r Brewster, Eugene-Thompson.
! W. It Rhodes and Jimmy FecreHl
to a-:t on the- mtitter^ This commit-
tee- is to add one-other,, aiu attoi>.
The man. behind the needle, bgi- Rice planters-in the Beaumont. Texas, area watched this plane plant Indianapolis-, Indiana and Rev. H.
rally, is an artist: not a tattoo $()() pounds ot rice over o- acres in:12 minutes. Pilot DC W. Shane pil— Slab Fork, West Vir-
artist; not a t.itLoii y(j(j jjot.mris of nee over 3 acres in'2 minutes. Pilot DC.
liiumee *' IT'" is^S'-L otucl '-u; phme oyer the flooded rice farm of the" Dis.
hmnn brother j ;
artist pi imam,
national prominence. He is Sjrt.. "7 """" "L,,,'""7Pallbearers- were named as Bo-
Antonio Cortiz'as of Philadelphia.; '^ar Amelia, Lexas. The average tractor and drill does this job in fw- vvr w Mu|leJJ a '
former art uistr.uctor at Swarth- live iiours. Observers believed this test may presage rice -sowing • ciayto*) "ciit.r'es Fox R S Bea-i
'r0m plar,es throughout the rice belt totaling several hundred, thou- : and Guy tails, of Woodson.' Rev!
lil Ii.Ih ' > I) I flit^ JLiillH.iU | .. ; \ 71—< * r~\ r r/-\rp/ -. r , .
: >ana c^ios. ( rs-EA PriOTO) v1 h ;'r ..a . .('immiich. .
which maybe inducted.
-Vrt Piiiiarteueiit: of the; U. S..,An.ny. j.
■Ser. i,i ituai- w sn interested in
his work that: he recently re-en-
listed for another year ot service.
Daitittihl to a f)0-dny furlough lie
took onlv 17 days because he left-
he owed it to disfigured veterans
to return to the job.
The, day he left 011 furlough he
j J. A.. Owuus>. pes tor of the First:
I Presbyterian Church j. of Albany
will officiate, assisted by Re-
A. & iVI. Alumni To! SSfSr
Called For Exams fray On April 21
,..u „ „ ■ Art Alliance had awarded him the
mempers who met in sprmii ses- \ 1 - , ,, , ... ,,. , ...
slorl here >PSterday The Rev Mr, ( Ac1«"v""-'iveiL to V pcison
LSEWHERE on this page is a Murphy ot BrownLeld wis Cms- 'm ^.".ndCof the Cl
re port trom itinera I W o. l.> cn OS; modera t or to suocoticL John: ■ hos- cobitribufc^d nvos t tONvnrd tiiti
For Serv ice
Four addiional men have been
•sailed bv the local draft board .0
EISENHOWER TO SPEAK
AT COLLEGE STATTON;
COLLEGE STATION", Texas, -
be in the' Gale Lawn Cemetery
with: Kiker service
and published- by the Index there , S; Sedwick of Albany
to tlu; ef'ect that National. Guard j The Presbytery convened, at. the
headquarters will be disbanded Central Presbytery chur-ih,. USA
here on April 13 and that area yesterday morning to hear an ad-i Sgt. « opuiaa didn't know any-
commander Jimmy Brewster will dress at 11 a., m by the Rev j_; thing anouv tattooing when the ■
recommend that he.ulquarr«rs be Hoyl Boles ot Demon, sj nod su- %
mowd to Mm, ra-l Wells., , perintendent Communion under: mtnujaJ artistic, ahiiiti.es, he was
Mayor Brewster when called to- supervision ot the Rev. E. B. Sur- -(.|erfed to learn the art and apply
day 1 hat ail thar,, is: b^ing fact?, host pastor, fd 11 owed. Unxir , it in L*e^€t*ve^—not to ciis fc'igu ro
done now with reference to the ny university was discussed i.y bodies but to restore, them, tn their
.State Guard is "pulling in ettflip- tne Rev C D. trams, who is : natural characteristics:.
ment". He. said he is attempting heading an endownment drive tor | -After a course of study under a These are Frank."C. Payne
-Valley Forge, The
, ,. . j leave on April 24 for Dallas to ■ APL'H 1-1
advaucciiient ot the-,creative ax'ta.. . . ,. ; , : Alamo and Corregidoc=—hallowed:
t" .the: Philadelphia metropoliu.n , ^ce physical examination, lor ; gro,lntf; r() all American t'ighting
"1'mili tary service. ' men--will be among-the'hundreds
These are Robert Lee Rigdon, ol spots the world over where
medical vfirsioii1.. But! hecause of: his
to hold the staff here until some- the school,
thing is done about the National
Guard. v ml
professional who claims the dis-
The Presbytery and Presbver- ' t'"«ion of bein r die best '-arm and
m„, lr. . • chest decorator in the- country."
| Joint session to ™'t-| Sgt. Corti/.as came to O'Rilley and
sider busini-ss matters at S:30 this ! went to ,ork under the
morning. The Rev. Edgar Graham
Donald Delbert Cochran, James I exas Aggies will observe then-
Jefferson Morgan Jr. and: Billit,: n-ictirionul annua! Muster on. April
Joe Allen. I " ' '
1 ,, , _ . .. 1 Held or. -he anniversary of one
• Two-previously called lor exam- '. e . ,, , . . . J . ...
• . of the world;? .'^w decisive-battles-
ination have had their can post- ■-.;■« r t ;-tv
, , ' ban ,Ja ' 1 to m which Texas won
• poned because they are in school. . , ■. ,,, „....
, ,.. „ , , hei mdep -adence-—the Muster pro
these are Frank C. Pa>-"" 1: - "
Billy X'oe Jones. To leav-
: raises thio year to be the greatest
j,. v , „ . - . „.°n . ever nel I nM Tixas A&M College1,
date already called is Billy B. ainch, during World War IE pro-
^.ooptr. . > duced* more officers for the Unit-
Transferred in is Arthur Lee
V'iertel, also to leave and trans- S
o£ plastic "urRfons. ffiaMj ...
of Breckenridge; preached at LI Only time, patience and encottr- ferrecl ouvl of this juriscf-jtion is •
a. m. . .^ . ajruiuent will cell how successful . Lee O. Bell.
Miss Carolyn Matthews of "the | t-hv; practice w:ll l-.c^ame
Board: of National 'Missionaries; :Qf
New York addressed
Rep. William Bur^in
n In Washington
C-C Managers Are
Meeting In Abilene
Chamber of Commer-ne mana-
i gers from throughout West Tex-
as gathered in Abilene last night
t for file annual convention of, the '
West Texas Chamber of 'Com-1
| merce Managers association.
Indications were that approxi
bout 950 veterans have returned
from service and registered with
the local hoard.
Six men from the county w ere
sent into military service earlier
in the month.
YES you can get all the nylons
and while shirts you want in
Mijxico or Cuba for six bucks a-
piece. You cats wet: your whistle
in Mexico City with an ounce A
good whiskey for only one buck
equivalent to Slrt per pint. Ord.- '
nary dinners m Mexico City now
run from S3 to S3 per copy. In
Havana, if you're lucky to find a
vacancy, you can have a hotel i
room for only SLS per day. WASHINGTON, April 11 >U.fl
tn Shanghai.- Chinese messen Rep. William O, Burgin, Democrat,
gers for American and Britise. "V<"' today of a heart ail-
« ««• i, „ fc .
•of living. The walk-out ended C<mK"*s W39. suffered :m ^u i -^nd • Manchttm
when the bureau serial affairs Attac^ last Sunday and -.was taken ; poJlowinLT rhn iniri-il
ordered their .salarre.s raised to [l}. ^octors Hospitai where he ' a
565,000 ( repeat, 565.000;) per week.
In American money, that's S33
per week, which is good pay for
messenger boys in the U. S:. but
barely-enough to keep them alive
in inflation-ridden China. J Patio's admitted to Briekeo-
So it goes, around the world:! ridge Clinic since last report at .•
uncontrolled inflation Mrs. R. C H.ttrii, surgical, arid !, invocation. The welcoming address north, and northwest of Changchun
:2t . Diane C1.,. e.-Tiac daughter of Mr. was by H. W. McDabe, vice pre- w(^re reported.
sident of the Abilene -.'hamber of 1 Efforts to ease the Manchurian
ed States' Army than any college
in the land.
General of the Army Dwight D.
New York Give
U. N. New Home
NEW YORK, April II itr.K)
The city of New York: turned over
to the United Nations today the
site of the 1939 world's fair in
the flushing- meadows of Long: Is-
land for use as interim headquar-
ters of the organizations general
Mayor William O'Dwyer offer-
ed: to UN Secretary-General Try-
gve Lie the Municipal building at
the world's fair grounds tor use
of the- general assembly which
will meet Sept. 1. The offer was
quickly accepted: by Lie.
The temporary . site of the ;
world's pea .e capital wilt rest on
ground that was a garbage dump
before 1939; and. since has been
On 5 Matters
FINDINGS IN CLAY SURVEY
TOLD; STATE PARK,
CALF SHOW TOLD OF
While discussion of the propos-
ed. new water supply tor Brcoken-
ridge occupied mosi of the time
of the Chamber of Commerce lun-
cheon Wednesday noon committee
reports were made on. several oth-
Doyle Graves reported that the
$500 to be offered for the 4-H
Club and F. F, A. calf show will
be divided into six prizes: ranging
from 550 to .S10, the grand cham-
pion call owner to receive a total
of $100 and the reserve champion
$85; The boys and the calves will
be taken to Ft. Worth, the calves
to be sold there; and- the boys to
visit the Fat Stock. Show.
Dr. W. H. Elarhart, retained, by
tine Wichita Falls and SoUther.1
Railway company reported his
findings after a survey ot clays
along the railway right of way.
He said he had: found two; large
deposits, one south and one north
of the-city, good for making: din-
ner ware, or a supply large en-
ough to run a big brick plant for
fifteen years. With gas here for
burning the clay and being close
to the railway for transportation
they offer good business proposi-
tions, he said.
Jimmy Ferret! reporting, on
State Park, at Possum Kingdom
Lake said that the number of
people enjoying it as a fishing and
outing place is increasing and ail
steps possible are being taken tor
C. K. West told of the organi-
zatiifti of rhe Stephens County Fair
Association, the purchase of the
site across ,from Belvania saying
the work of clearing the site is
It was said today that between E'"S0,?hTT,'i U- S< 9™^ ot Staf'; , turned into one of the most beau-
1,700 and I 800 men have gone d honor guest . tifuUy. landscapped areas in New | starting for a good rodeo.
into service from this county? A- : „. sPeak®r< . York. The Municipal building .it.- W. W. Rogers reported progress
- Com munists Pour
In Local Hospital
•Take oft the lid and let' 'ei-; and Mrs, Wjlk.-r Cas'fteman,
rip!' is what the current drive to nu'd patient.
tfiMtroy OPA price control adds up Condition I C E Martin was
to in this country. reported, to he about the same.
SAMPLE of some things sent us
as important - rhe hai> grows
faster in the daytime than at
night. The Buckarno Canteen which;
: holds meetings each Friday even-
ij^URE OPA is a nuisance. This ing from S to II o'clock has an
Following the initial
| tion yesterday, the managers am!
their wive-, met m the Abilene
| club of rhe Woolen hotel for a so-
J cia! hour and buffet: supper;
: Formal opening of the conven-
tion was at 10 a. m. today. The :
Rev. Harlie W. Woolard, pastor of !
First Christian church, gave the
CHUNGKING, . April U : ttU'.) -
Government quarters charged :! i-"
day that "tens ot thousands" of
communist troops are streaming
into Manchuria and efforts to
break the national-communist
deadlock over Manchuria again
Communist attacks on railroads
. ' ^ -
together at honie day has been marked by dt
: tions and additions to the ch
Commerce situation in the- steering -jommit-
Bob Taylor of Breckenridge at- fee of the political conultaitve
tending. < conference made no progress.
The tradition of former students
of Texas A&M meeting together
. each April 21, wherever they
migh! lie, grew out of a student
: demons, ration on the campus on
! that. date in 1903. Deprived: of a
; holiday then, the Aggie cadets
} vowed they; would always observe
| the day when they became alumni.
■ Each year sitee then. Texas A;
gies have met:
. and abroad.
! This year's Aggie Muster; will
, meet in; prayer, in tribute to the
! more than 700 A&M men: who died
in the armed forces of their coun-
try in World Wars I and II, and
w ith prayers for the comfort and
solace of the families, of these
men; Despite the presence of thou-
sands on the campus for the
school's- V>tory Homecoming, oth-
er thousands wilt gather at an.es
1 ima-t ed tarec hundred other Mus-
ters throughout the world.
seIf, in: which the general assembly j 'n 'he clean-up campaign,
will meet, now is a skating rink.
Witnesses Fear To
Testify In Court
LONDON, April It (U.R)
! other visitors- admitted: after lu
; ing passed upon by a member of
, the hoard. .
Near Black Sea
WESTON, Mass., April 11 "Mh
An earthquake as strong, as I he
mu-'h is in part from an edi- nounred rules and regclations., Any person violating any rule, ; one on April 1 of the Aleutians
tonal in the Abilene Reporter- which give an
conduct of those
VFWs Will Meet
Saturday At 3
Announcement was made today
I hat rhe Veterans of Foreign Wars
will meet Saturday afternoon at
3 o'clock at the YMC.A.
It is expected that organization
To which we add that take off, Members of the board are an-'
V all CPA controls and we have in- nounccd as Connie Mack Hood.
1 Elation ihe like of which has never Anne Whittenburg, Jackie Bing-
bcen seen. Even with control 1 ham. and Barbara Carr,
prices have trebled and quatirupl- The regulations condensed
ed' on many things. We better are that membership consist of
keep the lid on, as big a nuisance - students, ninth grade to seniors,
a* it is, until production begins all eligible. Members may invite
to meet demand, else our econo- teenage guests but they must b«
(Continued; on page Eight) ,i responsihle for their^isondfljrt, all
insight into the or gtiirry of unbecoming ^onduer, that resulted in disastrous tidal I: "Lscl,,^ctuuu
vote of the board, or adult direc- Weston College Seismologi-jal
tor, and the director shall deter- ■ station.
mine vvn.it constitutes unbecoming After comparing readings with
conduct. the B-ordham Seismological stn-
No smoking or use of intoxicat- tion in Now York City, rhe Rev.
ing beverages' shall be permitted Daniel Linehan. Seismologist at
on the premises of the Canteen. • Weston College said he believed
Lately the Canteen members- that the earthquake cocurred ,in
have been enjoying dances spam [ the vicinity of the Black Sea
applied for. All interested are in-
vited to attend.
sored by local business houses. ; } perhaps in Romania or Greece.
Ft. Worth Livestock
Cattle 1,100, calves .100. .Active
fully steady; Good and choice
beef steers and! yearlings
17!00, good and choice
Revival services at the Second: j prosecution witnesses refused to-
Baptist Church east Elm and ! 10 testify in rhe Lichfield
Iowa streets, which opened Sun-1 brutality court martial, saying
dedica- ! they were "afraid" oL- what would
church. | happen to them in the London
Services are conducted: daily at; guardhouse it they did.
10 a. m. and! 7:30 p. m. All were nelri at rhe London
Rev. Guy Lewis, former Clv-'p-; guardhouse, where one of the five,
lain with Patton.'s Third Army, | Wliham Pond, former service man
has told a number of interesting
hey, and elect its own chairman.
Plans to remedy the present
i bad situation here enclude tlie
; erection of a danr to form, a lake
! about 8 1-2 miles south oC town.
I This lake would cover 990 acres.
a 50-t'oot drop to flow the water
! to the city, the estimated cost
In order to do this it is pro-
posed to vote revenue bearing
bonds, no taxes to be placed upon
city or county property.. The idea
is to go ahead with the project
prepared to furnish water and'
distribute it if necessary or to -j
purchase both the water and gas
distributing system of the Com-
munity Public Service company;
It a deal is made with, the com-
pany to distribute the water noi
to issue more bonds than needed.
The dam would impound waters
of the Gonzolus, Big Sandy, and
Hubbard. Creeks and engineers
who made the survey said it
would be the best water supply at
West Texas. The project as- pro-
posed has been passed; byr the
state water engineers.
Mayor Jimmy Brewster pictured
the local water situation as bad.
getting: progressively worse, and
told of proposing distribution to
the Community Public Service
Company; saying they got "exact-
ly nowhere". He closed by saying
that if Breckenridge wishes to
progress this should he done, but
if it wishes- to remain, "a village
and rake leaves"' the present wa-
ter supply will keep it one,: for
already industries are being lost
because of bad water. Breckcn-
ridge "wilt die on the . vine", he
It was said: the water wiU: be
four times as soft as Possum
Kingdom Lake water at the dam
and eight times as soft as at the
upper endf and Breckenridge wat
er. Figures of hardness were-given
as 161 compared to oveip 800.
Figures were read to show that
the water rate charge made in;
Breckenridge is fbout twice 19
high as the average charge for
cities of fifteen thousand in Texas.
The lake Is to be- developed
with the idea of a- city of 15,000
and: it was added the dam can be
made higher to increase the sup*
ply above that. t
Normally it will take about'two
years to complete the- project.
H-SLT Cowboy Band
Will March Again
ABILENE, April II—The Cow-
boy Band, of Hardin Simmons un-
iversity whfeh in pre-war years
earned a reputation as "the; best
experiences during his sermons
The public is invited to attend.
known university band wc the
under seven year AWOL. sentence, ! world," is to be organized this
said the treatment he received fall.
caused him to talk at testifying.
STATE GUARD MAY RE MOVED
MINERAL WELLS, April II
A move- was set: underway Tues-
day afternoon to: locate the head-
quarters of the 15th Battalion
Texas sftto Guard, in Mineral
Wells; The headquarters, which
has previously been stationed a-
Breckenridge, is in the: process of
disbanding because armory space
there is no longer available.
Effective date of the Breckenridge
deactivation is April 15.
At a meeting of the military-
affairs committee of the Chamber
of Commerce, it was decided to
request of Lt. Col James R. Brew-
ster of Breckenridge, present
commander of the 15th Battalion,
that he recommended to the Ad-
jutant General ofthe Guard that
Mineral Wells be designated as
the new location of the battalion
The meeting, presided overt by
E. L. Malsby acting as chairman
of the military affairs committer,
was attended1 by committee mem-
bers and other interested: former
officers of the Army. National
Guard and State Guard.
Members of the committee ex-
pressed the belief that the move
to bring the 15th Battalion head-
quarters to Mineral Wells might
also lead in the future toward
location here of a regimental head
quarters 06 the National Guard;
The committee predicted: that a
sufficient number of National
Guard and former Army person-
nel residing: here mould be willing
to take an active part in State
Guard work and thus make pos-
sible the Tilling of the battalion
headquarters- table of organiza-
With the return of the boys'
band will be the reorganization of
the Cowgirl Band, both will " be
under the direction of Marion B.
McClure; who was the conductor
here before enlisting in the-armed
service four years ago.
The University Band, which «?as
organized after the Cowboy, BOnd
disbanded at the beginning of the
war, will: not be completely :diir-
charged from its services here.
Plan.1* have been made to combine
both bands to form a university
band upon special occasions- ,.
At Methodist Church
The Firsr. Metbrdist Church-will
observe. Palm Sunday with a spec-
ial serv^'lEjBmdagr :
A processional of children am*
youth bearing ferns to represent
and youth will unite with: the
Special music hy the choir. .
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Hall, C. H. Stephens County Sun (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1946, newspaper, April 11, 1946; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth131120/m1/1/: accessed July 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.