Stephens County Sun (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1946 Page: 1 of 6
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POSITIONS ON BALLOT
POSITIONS ON BALLOT
DRAWN; RUN-OFF IS
' TAXPAYERS' SUD5IDY
VOTED IN ORDER
1 oUHijny iii .i it.ii-i' hi t i.ii i tily tlmisdiy morning Stephens
l"humt\ got in irii.ii |1 ; I'riuil m Jrie ptOMnus twenty-tour hours and
SHOPPING CROW OS'
Al tin. meeting of the iJemo
i (li-ip i.i lempeiaiure tii.it was as retiesiiing to weary people as era tic Executive Committee
l!iat ill! been standing yesterday places on the ballol ,
] were drawn, fees determined and 1
it an ideal election judges and clerks up-
«nt. firsotat as nmrn.tmg gram J P°m .cd
ti; /vests in X\ est Texas to b com-1 Chairman D. T Uosvles e\p'a.n
peed tli. nern 'est tail being m I cd that pay ol judges being tdfflj
' Kin \ Stonewall Kent and Dick 'rom Kj to Si and clerks Irom s
".'is -'Omities where 1 5 to two I S5 made ihe assessment* 10i
iii-he, v.-..- reiiorti d II >.skew • ««' candidates higher than usual
SEEN OR HEARD
Hie fall w,-is | Mini US lUiSlIBi SffiS
nul !.oi growing
il rain. \vlui,"h c;um
FLsner mm Nolan, county
Girl Scouts Fn
t-j b 'Ju uiiotn tliis- morti.n- ih
line at AnUioi.j ^ h.id re,u.ned the
bank on the v.est and v>as to the
corner on >the ea~'
There «.n much advertiMng ol
difterenl kind- in •"onncttiwn wiihi'
the opening oi itie new d^pff
mcnt ~.tun hi . i o'tt iuoii' ' on-
vim inn pro>rf ciat :i pavs to ad*
A^eijfiss; ■ w;iis 'isi'en .f.U;:rosrs the .Stireilrti
at liurr s people wen.- slacked up
there and coining in answer to
their ad in the t.icv ol th- keenest1
kind ot competition
Liiter the ears just kept com-
ing t'or Anthony's opening. It
Is Pleased W itli
New Home Hen
MRS. ROBERT R. HERRI NG
SAYS FRIENDSHIP IS
iiu ,.-d auout an null and a hall c0«nl> (lo,k SUXI 1 lv ,1SSL\M)'
ULte, than an Inch of rain fell! collector. .•>&: county judge., ^.0;:
seemed like circus day in the
in ijvvreU1.nLcr but Abilene receiv
ed1 'onlj l.'i and the fa)! v.med to
ine t\Ht, pr;n.'l,tc,il!v playing oui <it
I);ill,i- wiiere only ,tM fe I. Thi
„ 111 exienciid to San Angelo south.!
whom the local candidate lor (..on- vv!,(Ttf ,,, uas. recorded.
gr'e.ss married' in Australia, after
Mrs. 1'i.fijiert Hf
! h 11 in
treasurer. ; district clerk, ."r50:
; district attorney, $75. commission-
ers. $50; justice of the pe;>:e, $15;
and constable. S'Jj:
The commit tee ruled with
Chairman Howies th.-.t the name
of .Mrs. Nina Headriek ol SweeeL-
, .r> , ... „ Lr.|.n "lc W here was accompanied water cannot go on the ballot,
days. Iv>o po.ii.cmui >vca keep-; voting six months; has ar!'tved--ln., by cooler w, ather that dropped There will be?, a primary run-off.
Breckenrfdge and is pleased, witlij the thernioftferer from 9t>.-| degrees The drawing resulted in the lol-
j nr. xirmim to 59.. > minin)U.m, or a; |ov.-^jj, positions on the ticket
drop ol approxiatelj 'IT degress where there is opposition.
tully ;ii per i i-nt of the gram jr0(. Cotigross. R. M. VVagstalf.
croii over the area had been h'tr- \,Vm. W. Blanton. Bryan Brad-:
away. , to. get: here. ' . .
1 Slw jnin'il Uic U'l wftifk iinil
Rainfall at Woodson was tnucl" today had her first t \pen> nee wit (
heavier than lu>n H 1 Unittd - simpp i - gam.; u up.
ing order, om- on the line siand-
X) mg long be I ore the opening and .
. one on traffic. Town people com- lier ,u'w home.
ing to work late might well hav •] Six months w as a' long time to
walked thev had to p«irk SO far wait, she said, and she is gkui
\-M,-d. Crop <ond tinn« indicated i)Ul-y. Robert R'iy Herring, Gib
iiirit 75 pi r cirii or the row crops Sandefer, Omar Burleson and Ted
in West Tc\ih are up to a .sUuid, i iyiilps. , '
. , , ,„.u„« - . with v.rtnaily ait the p'antingj for county attorney. G. K.
borne estimated that two inches t(J|. ..Jt kin . l coar- ■ ^ Johnson and Ross L. Elliott.
fl,A.rrh,,> ram on the Br, ck- ' 'U, U,,v re- ^For >'
enridge side ol Possum Kingdom' vjh0 ,, a hU • K-li.nrud girl o! ,"hC!, th« • For tax assessor-collector: A. C.
Lake was reported. | about too pounds, who speaks h i , . _ s-ikk water! Elcndertqn and Robert E. Hood.
, Lester CHirk said It i„ok hm. words crisply, wri. something like ■ - km^'-ied i' For constable: C. F. Rudder
about two hours to drive in and Engilsj, , ecent. u"s so.n.wh u upkn... t . • .m(l Dfek vicFall
cars were stranded "from here to Asked what has struck her as The rain followed an old tracii-j C()(lntv ComnlissionPr, precinci
. Ihar." SomeVere at. the lake and l)(jd jn |h|. lhing!i slle fia.s see.i Hon. Of raimng on Junete.ejit.n. (/ jim" Crowlev. .James Bryant.
■-%: ot attempting to get aw.iy. i hcrc she answered. 'Those ha'ft wh.'./h makes some say it will rain Trt|esdeU anci R s> Taylor.
. v and the hoots with tiie sharp i on July 1. Christinas and New; Cou Commissioner. Precinct
The spirit of buying w as ;il! heels. I saw a man m a s!me > Year >■ Day are not a-ecourited tor | i.;rn"ost Curry. I. L. Griffith
over town. Called Bender's and wjt(l r(u,m or, tj,is niormng and I by those reporting. ' j m. H. Keith and Dick Wohlt'ord.
,:he said there are about 200 people uas astounded, but no one els
in here and l can't hear you well
Went b; ck to Anthony's and
stood m the crowd a moment.
Here are some samples of; what
■ : 'They've got undershirts , and
everything, but I cant take this
baby in there." "Have you seep:
my wtie" she went in thereabout
two hours ago" "I'm not inter-
ested .m> more you can't git m
strange." Rescues Son,
This led into another thing the j. « . •
way we Amer.cans eat wir.lt out-: flUSDOilU ft/lfOWflS
fork in our right hand. The Aus-
tralians keep ii in the; left all ihe
time. Her husband nddeti to this
that he has heard the Austrah;.!!:-
call us "turk-switcJiers.'
The food here is iTOich the sani ■
as she had Sn AlMufe. Alt'1 l!l1'
, there, so why worry yourself ?." ".exception .■ of -ome Irn,'- -nil -i--. . n ...id .aw tin ii" iwo-year-oli
"you'd really have to want some- or the Ottur «;ij inntnd -«n fall iiont the banl> into deei
For H. 1 Smart
DIES FOLLOWING AN
Funeral services', were conduct-
eel Monai-y morning at 10 o'clock
at ine first Baptist Church for
i-tUgn W. Smart, 45, well known
res aer.t of Breckenrldge for the
past few years and 'Veteran, em-
ployee of uie Lone Star Clas Com-
pany, who passed away at the lo-
cal hospital Saturday afternoon
at (V oclock atter an operation
periornicd "the day before. His
suuden death came as a distinct
The following judges and clerks! snock to his many friends and
ros3j j v\-cre appointed: \ neighbors.
,,vi-K ,-rrv vi-, Vs'l • Precinct. No. 2: J. G. Han-ell, I iHi;. Smart and his family moved
Sw hiiiTiitiir' td tlie'aid 'of her hus- judge; W. C. Veale and Grady to Breckunridge in 1941 from. Dan-
l)Ui,il, si t'nl hv crami) • tis he swam ' ^ amp. i
in the iiliii- River tale yesterday, Precinct No. 3. P. M. Faulkner
Mi John Aithnr Mji'r- hoard a j judge;' J. M. Corley and H. B
-old Cariise, clerks
County Commissioner, Precinct:
3: Rom Gorrell and Irvan Lewis.
County Commissioner, Precinct
•1: Carl G. Fite and Mrs. George
AT." MINERAL WELL
| The first group of Girl Seoul:
left Breckenridge Monday for i
week's encampment al Cam,
Shawondesse at ilineraL We
and today were reported enjoying
SHE'S WAITING FO'R H'ER NYLONS, TOO—Ev en Betty Hays. f.npio\ee of the new Munsingw'car
nylon hosu-rj fi>:tory| Rogers, Arkansas, is having dilficully in getting a pair ot the new seamless
"hosiery ol tomorrow" Installation of new ma.hi nery at the Rogers plain, the newest in the coun-
try, is rapidly nearing completion, and Munsingwear officials expect the plant 10 be in lull production
witlun the next tew weeks. — (NLA Photo).
thing to go in there.' Asked what has; impressed hei
There were also some small mos; here and s:ie quick!;, answer
tr; gedfs connected with it. t ri'' ed "iriendship." "It is wonder
woiiian apparentl> not wanting to -
• brave Ihe i-n.wil wuii .. small child. She had one lillli' I.nigir a" the
sent the buy off with a sister a expense >.( her husband He had
' little older The sister went oft 1)(1( „ in i so i|l||b ahou'
crying hating to leave the show I(l(, fm( things ot I ese-
when Ihev met in K! Paso they
! dro\'e for miles through a sand:;
Boys of 19 May
Be Called to Arms
... No bootleggers or, pickpocket.' !
WASHINGTON June IS. 'I .i'>
And Compromise efforts ' of the teen-
. go dratt indicated today that boys
ol 1,9 will be subject to call even 1 judge
Precinct No. 4: E. E.- Conless,
judge; R. E. Riehey and Tom Hef-
ner. clerks. ■
; Precinct No. 5: C. E. Sikes.
judge; Sam Fambro and C. C.
. Keith, clerks.
| ; Precinct No. 6: J. A. Ctrraway,
i judge; G. A. Guess and Aaron:
, Howton, clerks. •
, Precinct No. 7: iW. H. Keith.
Mrs. Ben Whiteside and
, i storm
There are about eight candidates! s Herring was Miss Syhii
running lot Congress from thisi c,in,,en Ft ant ol South Wales,
district We wish to eon\e\ to the [ tlin. f;iIiu.r being in work similar
one elected that we wunl sona • ,(| (l[ here.
one to • oiin' out !or the t.ixpayei • m "
EveryIjody else has a lob'o> May-
be the taxpayer should have one , •',r~ l,lrtl ,!l ' 1
We are for a taxpayers sub-. Pf, M.NFlKLl1) N it T'm f. st,
1 .sidy. Nearly everybody but the i!si<i t '.uh in \nvina w i~ oigan
Mrs. Paul Roberts, clerks.
Precinct No. &• George Nea'.
judge: Tom Sullivan and Floyd
Precinct No. 9: S. B. Ktrkman,
judge: B. B McKelvain and Henry
Precinct No. 10: J R Coody
taxpayer has been subsidl/ell. sug- j|M here ill iff 10 |i| I hk-i.
gests the Dallas News Really, !.\i'a". |
1 wc11 IfiiinM nS Shpuld!
, meet the taxpajer fifty-tiftv Aft-'
1 , er the subsidy is given the bureaus
that would follow would only f
■.,l$w.« ti^ ■; collect . tw'ice as::: mti^h j
front each taxpayer to pay hunt
what he gets. It e> just as sim-
ple as other things aonv
SEEN OR HEARD:
„ Sis Clark saymg owner of stiay
dog appeared to -,'laim atter com-1
ment in paper Charles 1 lagler (
said, he took two steps from cot
to |ii some of the squirrels',
Doyle Graves reported shot from
, cot, . . . Robert Ray I terring a<l- \
dressed combme'd Bible classes in
Abilene Sunday. . . . Sherilf's de-
partment aiding city policcmen in
handling shopping crowds todav
several places put on extra help
. . . Reported people seen standing j
in front of Anthony's at 6 o'clock.
. . . Ambulance cabled for one wo-
man who fainted, but she recover-
ed in nearby drugstore. . . . Sher-
iff's office reported no trouble in
Junetecnth celebration. ... . Ameri-
can Legion meets tomorrow night
| j . . . Elks plan big dance Wednes-
I day. . . . Glove factory here hut
II : ISiH enough f,t to produce approximately Ul« of I
. list Church advertised with pam- uukrj Iielpj keep the wheels of many other industries spmnin |.
phlets dropped from plane . . . and miu.ui tat salvage repuces industrial fats and oils that still ca.ino.
HiBii i 1 certainly came out from -•'t-orted from the South Pacif.c. .Besides soap, usei f;t ti; i;
-a" -i^e paper out of these logs being fed into a southern oaoer mlllJ i
Needy by Grccer
. MINERAL WELLS, June 20—
A. R. Doss, who* runs the Uass
Grocery on the highway 2 l-i
miles south of Mineral Wei.s.
has a big peach orchard arid
lots of peaches. He has made
an: 'offer to give peaches to any-
one that can use them, if they
d© not have the money and can
not afford to buy them, if t ley
wiill come to his orchard.
'^Srjr' V E. Duren heard him
make the 'offer, so he chimbed
in with an. offer to supply the
transportation' if none was avail-
able, for such people as were
lea ns a nd Shi rt-
Cox Is Elected
though LS-s car-olds are exempted
Chairm.m Elbert D Thomas,
llemocrai, Utah, of Seriate-House
conference'' draft legislation said
the question of IS-ye.ir-olds is the
only remaining controversy.
P„epresontauvcs of the House,
, which v >l<tl ig unsi any teen-age #i1,
draft thi.-i >'Mr seemed willing to judge: Mark Rogers and 1 liner
yield "n i!'-\ivr-olds but were Hudspeth, clerks. ; ; '
adamant against taking boys any Precinct No. 11: LOn Kennedy,
vounger. judge; Fid Ford and C. R.
i ■ "'i-■■ - ||iSI
Precinct No. 12: A, F. Billman.
judge. J. D Miles and Mrs J A
Prb'c'inct No. 13. B. E Hatched.
' judge; Price Phillips and C L.
Precinct No. 14: J. A. Ridling.
judge; Dewev Hanies rind Alvin
Feared 'Spot of Tea'
ROSTON.—During the 17th cen-
tury one of the. most ilise-tlsseil
topics lie>re> was whether West In-
. dia tea might not be a menace to
the community's morals.
1 Many a bitter debate on the
- •mn.r! ('i'ssti[\r) |>.io;
poon [u s.ia;(|mnt p,)ttinsuo.
A';n[t sn s.iopvai .iiajo aV| siioqs
-joo pun s tuotj in p|at[ sir.w .rAfprn
DENVER.—Officials of ti\o air-
lines serving She Western states
agreed at a x.'ecent meeting !<ere
'hat Denver was the logical aii-
frcight huh for the West C'oast ast'l
LI other Western states. No other!
city in the West, they said. S|$
such a strategic geographical loca-
tion for a Western air terminal.
7 G.A.U.s Whip Winter
ROSTON.—Though the aires U
behind the counters tod,
put of these logs being >ed Vnto a Vouih.Vn p.pcr ;,.V. ^ eight fuileihto .si
usually rugged win
can. Oklahoma. He also had
lived m Handley. Besides the
Lone Star Company, lie had been
iiuo i ii with the Community
isaiurai Gas Company. On t)e-
cember 2'7, 1935. he was married
lo Miss Opal E. Moore in Duncan.
Born H||| 2. 1901, in Edgcwood,
rex,as. he was a native of East
tyev. Trunii n .Aldregc. pastor of
the First Baptist Church, officiat-
ed, assisted l>y Re\-. E. T. Stan-
lord, pastor ot the First Method-
ist Church Some seventy or
eigiiiy honorary pallbearers rep-
i'.-v.'ituy the Masonic Lodge.
Morning Tower Bible Class,, and
icllow employees of Lone Star sat
in ;. body at the e.hurch.
Besides lus wife, Mr. Smart is
.survived by a daugnter. Cora Ann,
7 years old; two sisters, Mrs.
Anne Lee Pettigrcw, Grand Sa-
line Te\,us, and Mrs W B Tull,
."iiishee. Texas, anil a brother, S.
C. Sniciri. ol Arlington. Texas.
Ait lie pallbearers were BrUcc
Suiith, Jack L. Fizer, J. F. Francis,
Ward Evans. Marshall Moreland
Ifl Meade R-inard. The body was
■ u i I k l i ind in a Kilter Fu-
neral Coach to Edgewood, where
gra\e.sn.ie scrv.fees were in charge
of the Masonic Lodge.:
Illness Is Fatal
To Colored Woman
Bertha Dell MeCreary, 20. col-
on d, died at her rcsdcnce on
Dunigan Street Wednesday night
about pi o'clock, after an illness
ol several months. She was a
nativi ot Breckenridge, and at-
icnded the colored school.
Funeral serv'.jes will be held at
the Mount Olive Baptist Church
Saturday afternoon. With inter-
ment in the local cemetery.
Besides her mother and father,
Florence and Pearl MeCreary, she
is survived by four sisters, Martha
MeCreary, Edna Nowlin and Ruth
Cavanaugh of Breckenridge, and
Geneva Bates of Seattle, Wash.,
and two brother, J. D. in the Army
and Pearl Jr. of Breckenridge.
"I!ulfiil.i Hill Week"
lias approved July 2S to Aug. :! as
lie birth of, the famed
I Indian fighter.
I T i-f M i\ p
Blue jeans with fhippitm shirt-
tails for campus co-eds are fast,
disappearing yt Ohio Univeisity
because the men don l like them.
Miss It iu,i Zuroweste. >' i.inen -
dormitory counselor, says that
Ohio University gtr'u ah,ue been
muth neater about their appeal-
a nee" now that there is a. heavy
enrollment of servicemen at the"
Slacks :.ml ie.ms were especially
pievalend during the war years as
campus and classroom attire a hen
the men were scarce.
overlooking Lake Mineral Wells
and Camp Woiters, four miles cast
of the city on t.ne Fort V '
Uges ot native stone that will ac-
commodate five girls,each and the
amp staLC a Uu'girf&in.tngfcroiini
i citation hall and intirnuiry,' twi
well equipped shower houses, ;
well' constructed swimming pool,
While there the campers will
' participate m all kinds ot' ouLcIool
sports and rccreafion act i\'i ties,
such as hiking, swimming, ,the
study of nature, outdoor cookery,
sic.r-ga^ing, wooclcralt, leather
work, weaving and many other j
! natural crafts.
| In the evenings dramatics, folk
tales and group singing <u otmel
ihe campfires c.ose the clay/s'lic-'
'Ihose in charge ot Ihe eamp this
year are Mrs. Paige Knight, camp1
chairman; Miss Ethel Brown, c imp
; director; Mrs. Joe Smyrl dieft-
: cia.n;; Mrs. Elmer Hemphill; in
Members of the Junior'Chamber : char«fr ot the ,r,rinnaly waiter
ot Commerce at their weekly
luncheon Tuesday elected1 officers
for the ensuing term', Jack Cox
being elected president to succeed
Other officers elec ted were: A
j E. Pipkin, Leo Johnson, vice, pces-
| idents. in the order named, and
Russell. Carter, secretary-trens-: Ialum' Arlcen Durkee,. ; Helen
urer. * Bcndorf, Mary Lou Francis, Nancy
Directors elected' were Bob Pit- Pobl' Junet Cravey. Wanda Jo
i zer, Homer Tudor, Joe Hanna, | Pendleton, Marjorie I-tortOn. June
Jack Black, Nap Ihomas, Flams . ,Guinn.
■ Veale, Bill Pitzer and Jack Met- Theresa Capps. Sidney Fielder,
rill. i Naney Crenshaw, Carolyn Pale,
It was decided to make of the Ja" 1|S Eavvson, Phyliss Kuper-
instailatiou ot these new officers man. Shirley Ann King, Janice
a ladies' night for the Jaycees, the Adney. Janette Miller, Eloise Hul:'-
iii.sialla.iion to be on the first Mon- ' man, Vivian Ginsburg. Ida Ruth
day in July. j Cockerel!, Arlene Webber. Mary.
FresiiLni Merrill ,ip[iointed a i Ann Walker, Ann McArron, Joyce
lomrmitee lo work with commit- Warford.
tees Irom the Rotary and! Lions' Joan Hefner, Betty Stephens,
clubs .on-the; gathering of food for ; Janie Bingham. Nancy Chastain,
relief of the world. Bob Wilson; Marjorie Thornton. Carolyn Ma-
FIRST LEAGUE GAME IS
PLAYED; SHOW GROSS
Mrs. Walter Cravey and Mrs.
Nell Caites are the unit le id is
. with Mines. Ei. R. Maxwell, Ned
Mabery. Helen Perry and J. l'\
1 Frances assisting them.
Girls attending the camp this
! kveek are: Dianns Conner. Mary
being named chairman oL 'the Jay-
While all,receipts of the Jay-
cees' minstrel had not been re-
ported, Secretary Joe Hanna said
•this morning that gross receipts
w.ll approximate tfJOO. There was
considerable expense, however,
and 25 per cent of the net goes
to ihe Men's Chorus.
\i the a i • e ai the Country
Club Saturday evening, Director
Charles Kiker was presented with
i in iic i and pad set in npprecia-
M|i for Irs work in connection
bery. Mary :Maxwell. Bet tye Giles,.
Bethel. Knight, Mary IlalUiuer,
Tamara Fram, Sheila Givh.im,
Foy Faulkner, Milly Myers, Chore
Waller, June Hood and Laura
Pig Winners To
Make Fall Show
In ;;t iie'.i.l i
LITT1.F ROCK. Ark. —A IIS fltl mMI1ls in « standing the
wildereil-looking WH| Ozarkian' <■defeated the American
walked into police lieadquarti'i s j Eegii.ti Monday evening by a score
and told the desk sergeant: "I'm [ of 9 to 2 Thompson and Bridges JHL.
looking for a noted Republican." I were the battery for the .Jaycees! wibh the- Extension Serv-'e In
The sergeant reflected a moment and Knight and Mehat'fey for the : f'le near future a male Jiig will, be
audi then explained: I L,e"ion. " awarded to anolihor boy
SeveiT Stephens Counly boys
were awardqd registered Duroc
Jersey gilts at 2p.m June 15,
at Pressiey's Feed Store, in the
Cow -Hog-Hen Essay conle.sL be-
ing conducted by the Sears Roe-
buck Foundation in cooperation
"Son, there areni many Repub-
licans around here, to begin with,
Boys that received gilts wer;:
Don Gray, Noble Stuard, Bryan
Ball, Din Pendleton, Sam Thomp-
jHHK oft'hand, I can't recall a single l Pennies, Stainuetl 'flood' _
one noted for anything in particu- SIMSBURV. < onn.—John Eigley I so"n" oVvn,lc'lchi^i'itr"and'''Fhed
liio'luied the first copper coinage , ^ Theso , ||| relurn one
mm,tea in the colonies ut his luii- t-.V" i . •
tiace mi Rnpniea'iow Urook. J gI,t, m litter, which
The p'null's vveie statimed "T am u'lU 1)0 Sncn away to another
good Copper" and "Value Me as 4"H c'ub boy in this oounty in the S
You will." next year's contest.
lar. What have you in mind?"
"Well, you see, I have some pa-
pers I need signed," was the reply.
The light dawned id the re-
lieved officer sent, the lad off to
find a notary public.
REUNION IN ABILENE SUNDAY
The family reunion of. Mr. and
Mrs, D. A. Stewart of Brecken-
ridge was held' in the home of Mr
and Mrs. W. L. Brown at. 538
Crane, Texas; Mrs. Claude Green-
lee anil children, Stewart, Margie.
Don and Glen, Pyote: Mr
Airs. W, L, Brown and children,
mi ii, ..im,,,,,,. I,!...,,,. i „ Joyce, Peggy, Roddy and Buddy,
Boach Street, Abilehe on Sunday, Abilene; Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Sfew-
.June 16. : art: and granddaughter. Carol,
■All the children were present , Voen. Texas, Mr. Merritt Stewart
except one daughter, Mrs. E. L..' and daughter, Wanda Ford, of
Henson, of Memphis, Tennessee. Eunice, New Mexico.
Each boy receiving a pig will
feed and care lor his animal under
the supervision of the county agri-
cultural agent. These animals will
then be shown in the county show-
in the Call with first place winners
going to the district show, Prizes
and for the shows are registered beef
heifers. Jjaby chicks, and turkey-
Members of the family present
were Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Stewart.
Breckenridge; Mr. and Mrs. B. L,
Others present were Mr. and
Mrs. R. V. Brown and family, Mr.
and Mrs. F'rank Hodges and fam-
Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Stewart and Armstrong and fi
children, Jimmie and Nancy, lene
were given a luncheon in th
Burch Hotel Coffee Shop1 througl
courtesy of Mr. Parsons, I oca
Sears manager In addition, nov-
passed out to all present -
fore the gilts were
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Hall, Charlie. Stephens County Sun (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1946, newspaper, June 20, 1946; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth131125/m1/1/: accessed May 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.