The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1935 Page: 3 of 6
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Caldwell News, Thursday, June 6,1935 ^
Mm. Bell Honored With
Tuesday afternoon members of
Mrs. H. C. Bell's Hewing elans and
other friends and relatives sur-
prised her with a birthday party.
Mesdames C. A. Bain, Neeley
Reeves and Henry Simpson were
hostesses. Delicious sandwiches,
cake and iced tea were served.
Following the refreshments Os-
car Wright Newcomb and Betty
Lou Warlick presented a large
basket filled with lovely gifts, and
Mrs. C. A. Bain a basket contain-
ing a cake and other gifts to the
Twenty-eight ladies and tew
children were present.
Mrs. H. P. Woodson Hostess
At a "42" Party.
Thursday afternoon, Mrs. H. P.
Woodson entertained a large group
of friends with a "42" party.
Colorful varieties of springtime
flowers decorated the reception
While the games were in pro-
gress a fruit drink was served and
$1.00 and up
MISSES JOSEPHINE AND
Saturday, June 15th
a salad and sweet course at the
conclusion of the games.
The personnel included: Mes-
dames Adine Heslep, W. M. Stone,
J. Earl Porter, Maud Morgan, J. A.
Gray, E. CJ. Jenkins, R. S. Bowers,
Allen Bowers, C. P. Tom, J. F.
Kidd, C. B. Oliver and J. L. tiid-
Bluebonnet Club Entertained.
Mrs. H. P. Woodhon featured a
yellow theme Wednesday afternoon
when she entertained the Bluebon-
net Club and other guests.
Clusters of marigolds and nas-
turtiums graced the room:; where
the guests gathered.
A dainty dessert course was
served. Those present other than
the club members were Mesdames
J. W. Ripple and Hays Bowers.
Thursday Night Bridxe Club
Mr. and Mrs. Parker Oliver were
hosts Thursday evening to the
young married couple's bridge club
and cither guests.
The decorations of the evening
were carried out in colors of yel-
low and white, with roses, corn-
flowers and other blossoms adorn-
ing the rooms. Ladles' high score
trophy, "what-not," was awarded
Mrs. Chesley Bain, men's high
score trophy, tie rack, was award-
ed Mr. Chesley Bain, and guest
high score trophy, towel, fell to
Miss Mildred Hill.
Refreshments of meat sand-
sandwiches, fritos, olives, iced tea.
orange sherbet, and oatmeal
cookies, were served on trays with
low l>owis of nasturtiums as cen-
('lull members enjoying this hos-
pitality were Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Mac Milliard, Mr. and Mrs. I). C.
Bain and Mr. und Mrs. Richard
Bowers, with Mrs. Dave Black of
Houston, Misses Mildred Hill and
Doris Maddux the invited guests.
Baptist W.M.S. Meets.
Monday afternoon members of
the Baptist W.M.S. met in the
basement of the church in its
monthly business, Boyal Service
and social meeting.
The room was made springlike
with vases of gailardias and roses
intermin^'ml with fernery.
Circle Mo. 3 prevented the Royal
Service program in an entertain-
ing manner with Mrs. I. C. Moore
leader, subject "Lifting the Ban-
ner of the Cross." Mrs. Moore was
assisted by Mrs. Mae Bell, who
read the devotional and also a leaf-
let on "His Cross," Mrs. W. H.
Hundley, who gave "Baptist' Vic-
tory in South America," and Mrs.
Fred Newcomb with "Thirty Years
A salad course was served with
Mesdames Hubert Fitzgerald, Jim
Lewis and G. E. James as host-
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moore visited
in Rogers the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hitchcock
were Temple visitors Wednesday
Henrietta Woodson and Princess
Doll Moore spent several days in
Temple the past week.
Miss Dell Francis Sefcik of Gal-
veston is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Pete Sefcik.
Mrs. Ben Shelburne of Sealy is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Kleb.
$1.00 to $5.00
Shampoo and set 2.1c
( In i rol Shampoo Tint $1.50
Eyelash Dye 25c
Oil Shampoo and set 50c
All work guaranteed
SEXTON BEAUTY SHOP—Ph. 66
H.J.R. No. 48
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION—
proposing an amendment to Sec-
tion 1, of Article XVII, of the
Constitution of Texas, providing
that Constitutional Amendments
may be submitted by the Legis-
lature at Special Session under
certain conditions; providing for
an election on the question of
the adoption of such amendment
and providing for the proclama-
tion and the publication thereof;
describing the form of ballot,
and making an appropriation
Be it resolved by *he Legislature
of the State of Texas:
Section 1. That Section 1, of
Article XVII, of the Constitution
of the State of Texas, be amended
so as to hereafter read as follows:
"Section 1. How the Constitu-
tion is to be Amended. The Legis
tature, at any biennial session, by
u vote of two-thirds of all the
members elected to each House, to
be entered by yeas and nays on the
Journals, may propose Amendments
to the Constitution, to be voted
upon by the qualified electors for
members of the Legislature, which
proposed Amendments shall be du-
ly published once a week for four
(4) weeks, commencing at least
three (.'I) months before an elec-
tion, the time of which shall be
be specified by the Legislature, in
one weekly newspaper of each coun-
ty, in which such a newspaper may
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be published; and it shall be the
duty of the several returning of-
ficers of said election, to open a
poll, for, and make returns to the
Secretary of State of the number
of legal votes cast at said elec-
tion for and against said Amend-
ments; and if more than one be
proposed, then the number of
votes cast for and against each of
them; and if it shall appear from
said return, that a majority of the
votes cast, have been cast in favor
of any Amendment, the said
Amendment so receiving a major-
ity of the votes caBt, shall become
part of this Constitution, and
proclamation shall be made by the
Governor thereof; provided, how-
ever, that in cases of extraordinary
emergency affecting the State aa
a whole, Amendments to the Con-
stitution may be proposed in the
manner hereinabove set out upon
the submission of the proposed
Amendment by the Governor at
any Special Session."
Sec. 2. The foregoing Amend-
ment shall be submitted to the alec-
tors of this State who are qualified
to vote on proposed Constitutional
Amendments at an election to be
held on the 24th day of August
A. D. 1936, at which election each
ballot shall have printed thereon
for those favoring the Amendment
"FOB the Amendment to Section
1, Article XVII, of the Conatltu-
tion of Texas, providing that
Amendmenta to the Constitution
may be proposed at 8pecial Ses-
sions of the Legislatura under cer-
tain conditions." And those againat
the Amendment shall have printed
"AGAINST the Amendment to
Section 1, Article XVII, of the
Constitution of Texas, providing
that Amendments to the Constitu-
tion may be proposed at Special
Sessions of the Legislature under
certain conditions." Each voter
shall strike out with pen or pencil
the clause which does not indicate
his desire regarding the above pro-!
Sec. 8. The
to have the above ,
ment published in
for the tima
atitution and laws
Sec. 4. The earn of
and Dollars (95,000),
thereof as may ha
funds in the State '
otherwise appropriated, to
the expenses of said
The above is a true
IN THE HISTORY OF BURLESON COUNTY
Bringing together, for the greater development of the county, 21 com-
munities united in a determined march of progress for a
Better Burleson County.
Thursday, June 13th, 1935
Beginning At 10 O'clock Until Night
Barbecue and Refreshments
Gov. James V. Allreu
State Officers and Highway Officials
Thousands of Loyal Burlesonians and their friends from surrounding
counties are expected to join hands in this county-wide celebration.'
All places of business in the county will be closed in time for the big
barbecue dinner to be served at the S. P. J. S. T. Hall at noon.
Everybody Invited to Come
Music will be furnished by the famous Caldwell High School Band
made up of boys and girls from almost every community in the county.
A delicious dinner will be served and just enough speeches will be de-
livered to make the meeting the most enjoyable of all time.
JOIN WITH US IN MAKING BURLESON A BETTER COUNTY
The Believers in Burleson
"For the Unselfish Development of The County"
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The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1935, newspaper, June 6, 1935; Caldwell, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth175159/m1/3/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.