The Bastrop Advertiser (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. 77, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1930 Page: 3 of 8
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BAST HOI', B ASTRO]' COUNTY, THURSDAY. AUGUST 7, 1930
Mr.. J am- Y McCallum, Secretary of State, Hon. S. L.
pi,,. of Austin, Hon. <'. A. Wheeler of Austin and Hon.
Howell of Austin will address the citizens of lias
tr(1(i County at the County Court House at Bastrop Friday
,.veiiim-'< August Hth., at 8 1*. M. in the interest of HON. KOSS
STKKLINC; AS A CANDIDATE FOR GOVKRNOR. Local
S|M akcrs of Bastrop County will also In- heard. Mrs. McCallum
W11 peak especially to th. women and we ask them all to come
\ Sterling for Governor Club will Ik- organized and it is
ht.pMi that all friend1 of good government upptsed U> the re-
tun FKRGUSON1SM will be present.
Sterling For Governor
(I'ol dial \d ertiM meat)
Bastrop and Mr*.. R. C. Wood of
Italy. Mrs. R. G. Dohoney of Italy
presided at the bride's book.
After a three weeks motor trip
t«< the Coast, l)r. and Mrs. String-
f' How will make their home in Fort
Worth. Mrs, Stringfellow'g going
away ensemble was a navy blue erepe
suit with eggshell blouse and navy
Among the out of town wedding 1
Mr. and Mrs. F, M Stringfellow;
Mr. and Mrs. G. I,. Lendermon; Mr.
and Mrs. R. F.. Wild; Mr and Mrs.1
George T. Kelly; Mr. and Mr*. Fred
K Ward; Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. O'Brian; '
Mr. and Mrs. Don Vestal; Dr. and
Mrs. Mary E. Pate; Miss May Given,
Mrs. IJjo Phillips, Dr. J. H. Brown;1
Mrs. S. F. Bate; Donald and Mary
Helen Vestal; Dr. and Mrs. D. C.
MeKintmon of Fort Worth, Miss Ethel
Lelaiul of New Orleans. La.. Mr. and
Mrs J. E. Davant and Miss Hortense
Davant of Corsirana.
—Italy News Herald.
Th bride is well known in Bas-
trop having visited here on several
occasions, vuest of Miss Una Cnift.
Her any aBstrop freinds join (
v illi th \dvertiscr in extending her
nmi vnmrnt' xir nuuairliIWII■■ 'u :: r.rft .ji fliilffiyi ryrrxOT'-vr imrt :;ur •. amnamri r n . . :iu!n.:-r ; infh"ir' 'tmrra
Booth Dry Goods Co.
THE POPULAR PRICE STORE'
V. I . C. HOLD MEETING.
Ladie s Silk Dresses
$5.95 to $7.95 value
Ladie s Summer Hats
LITTLE BOY'S WASH SUITS,
AGES 2 TO 9
$1.00 and $1.50 Value
The Criited Daughters of the Con-
j federucj held therr regular meet-
I ing at th- Library room on Wendes-
I day afli rnoon, with the president, |
Mrs. B. 1). Orgain, presiding.
There were six members present, ,
and huite an interesting rwvting
was enjoyed. .
LITTLE BOYS WASH SUITS
$2.00 TO $2.50 VALUE
LITTLE BOY'S SUN SUITS
Two for $1.00
We Give Profit Sharing Silverware Coupons With Each Purchase
BM«V ROY BORN TO MR.
\ND MRS. WATTERSON
!!r-iirr!i.irir'tni -f " - uuu niu ii^.'auuu.muiuiMiuumui luiiwuiutmR
honored with MIS-
l HI.LAN KOI S Sliovii KK
MISS L\ DlA LUrZ
M \KKIED VP ITUA
A baby boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Litton Watterson of Watterson
this week at the F. A. Orgain Mem-
orial Hospital. Mother and baby ar *
reported as getting along fine.
MKS. DINGES CONVALESCING
On Tuesday night, lit tl*
|Mrs. Hoy McC.ee, Mrs. Oren Kskew, •
r-rent bride was honored with a mis- .
Mlanious shower, with Mcsdames I
We and Harry Tar* r. as hos-
The home was prettily decorated
I for this special occ?..«ion. masses id
:>nniii and f-T'i ill lloor ba. k-
ind vases U ing used abundantly to
adorn the rooms. Pink and green was
r.fie predominating color effect for
Tables \v< re arranged for thirty
'.wip playi rs, and bridge and torl>
'.*o were participated in by the
fjt'sts \t the conclusion of tiv
Tany interesting games, Mrs. Kskew
given the honor guest prize, .1
beautiful pink and gn-cn pillow; higl
<' re hridg< j ri/.• was given to Mis
:'erry Chamberlain, a green powder
r, while low -cnr< bridge prize wa
iriven Mtss Bess Jack I*« rkins, .
set. High score for forty
two was given Mrs. O. B. Wolf and
low wi re, Mrs. A. Beck, each a gen
D Ik inn- i< e t1* am and cak< in
the 'iui|)i nf hearts was served a
l*fr -h'-ient <. with dainty --mall /en
nii* ■ it as plate favors
After the r« fr shim nts, Mi> < ■ n
Simrnoi gave a short toast to the
t nd«. and two little girls escorted
'•N1 honoree to the dining room whe >
w arra> of gifts vei*- arranged 01.
dining table as tokens of n*-
o^mberanre- from her manv friends
Miss Lydia LuU and Dr Jack
home of j Stringfellow of Fort Worth were ^
! married last Tuesday night at 7 p. m.
I at the home of the brides parents j
| Mr. and Mrs. W. E. LuU of Italy, 1
1 Texas by the Rev. Thos. B. Sowell
j «>r l'ortales, New Mexico.
The improvised altar was banked
with ferns and palms forming an
1 effective background for the large
' baskets «>f pale pink gladiolas . and
lighted only by the soft rays from 1
th- tall pink cathedral tapers in
Prior tn the ceremony. Mss I na
Craft "I Ba-trop, aunt o! the bride,
,-artg "Beloved It is Mom accom-
panied at tin piano by Mi.-s \ eima
1 1,m- 11I l>a trop, 11 usiii ol th •
i>r.<l« ,\| 1 s> I'erl.m.s playv I l.olion-
1' wnldilig march and " I r." 1
ci' during the ceremony, acconi
,i by Itc'.yal WiM.1 J' . >'t th"
in, also cousin ol > bi 1 !• .
I.itth Miss Patricia Vinn, niece of
ti.e bride and daughtci it Mr. and
\|,. (, |i. Winn Jr., ol' W .ixa'iuchie
WM> 1 nior bndesnciil J< nl onU ted
I'd i Shi wore a fl't . '•> .<1 point d'-
,-I lit and carried p.nk and ■ ivhnl
I \.|low ing th 1 little bridesmaid
wiii Mi and Mrs. V N. .Met a lley
,,l |',ut Worth. Mrs. McCouley won
;i froi k of fb -h georgettf and tulle,
made bouffant with tiny ruffles,
h aching the hemline. Sh wore;
matching sutin >li|.pcis ami carried
and aim hi liquet of orchid :ud< rs tied
with tilll< to 1 natch her frock.
Th. hi lib and gloom < ntered lo-
She wore an orchid chiffon
Mrs. M. D. Dinges of Houston, who
underwent an operation at the F.
A. Orgain Memorial Hospital Tues-
day is convalescing rapidly. Mrs.
Dinges is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. 11. J. Eskew of our city and
has many friends here who hope for
her a speedy recovery.
I U. COMBS LOSES \PPROXI-
MATKLY 12 TONS OF II.U
GOVERNMENT TO MARK 1 canonly blame the unusual po.si- 1
SOLDIERS (JRAVES tions of those giant planets, Jupiter i
! and Saturn, for this partial error in j
Acording to "information received, , ^ forecasts Tt^se planets reach (
K I the present stage of their cycles, re-
the governnK-nt will place a marker j lative to Sun and Earth, at such lomr
11 i r ' fnmilv i intervals that our weather records
at all soldier's graves if the tanuly (m. not ]onR t.nout,h t() ghow thpir
of the deceased .will 'notify them, true influence when in this strong
giving them the necessary data, such position. After they have passed their
as date and place of birth, and date ' "PPOHition. December 15, 1930,
of ath and necessary proof of the
December 15, 1980, this
strong combination of their influence
will soon be broken. Severe storms
number of the division served in.
Thot.e interested are urged to
notify Hon. J. P. Buchanan, our
congressman from this district, at
Washington, D. C.
FOR RENT An apartment, rooms
garage, chicken house and garden.
Phone 191, MRS. W. J. MILEY.
and earthquakes have
over the earth during
not move into the southwest on ex- I
pected dates. Excenting cotton belt i
from Louisiana west to the Rockies,
these forecasts have averaged very-
good this season.
SELL YOUR PROPERTY, farm,
business or residence quickly for
cash. "No r itHer where located.
Pay small commission only when
deal is closed. Write today for
fife description blanks and parti-
culars. J. I). BAKER, 1205 First
National Pttnk Bldg. Dallas, Texas.
FOR SALE— Several s.cond hand
wagons, size \n inch wide tires al-
July, but did ! s<) have several sets Harness for
sale—See E. S. ORGAIN.
STAR TO HOLD
BAPTIST MEETING TO START
AT SAW MILL SUN DA >
I FOR SALE— Several i-Ceond hand
Dr. IT B. < ombs lost approximate- | Wa(f0ns> siw. 3,4 inch wi(1,, tin.s .,|
12 tons of hay on his farm th.'jf sf, hav<> severu, a)>ts Hnrn„ss for
week, when several men went to
bale the hay and through negligence
while smoking set the stacks on fire.
People should be \i-ry careful with
cigarettes and matches during this
extra dry season of the year, for
when the dry gras- catches, it i1-
hard to overcome
sale See E. S. ORGAIN.
FK First Hapti^t <^hun'}) will not
have any services next Sunday night
as the pastor. Bro. Milton will be-
gin a meeting that night at Ed-
ward's Brothers Saw Mill to run
for ten davs.
The regular meetng of the Bastrop
Chapter <>f tb ()rtler of Eastern Star
will be held next Monday evening,
August 11th, at K ocl-tck. All mem
hers are urged to be present.
MRS. GRACE ESKEW,
MRS. FANNIE SCHAFFER,
.tni(«* ; '< •Sutnt.tourl ' jjt ttnu
Ml t II IN PER F.ST
1 \ i.iiiiain
I'A RENTS OF BABY GIRL
^'inl was received 111 Bastrop this
*''*k, that Mr. and Mrs. Durwood B.
k*n". ef Round Rock are tin
Parent■ «,f lt haby girl, born Sun
:i>. August llrtl. Mrs. Ijine will l><
>rr'nilxm| hy hi •r many Jfriemb
Miss Doris Anderson
model mad- -1 mi princess and hang-
ing in lull clinging folds to the
ankles, having lor its trimming a
ileep tucked bertha and narrow belt
prou l ' held ton-ther by a rhin. stonc buckle.
orchid satin and
a 1 id banked
ller slippers wen
I111 only jewel 1 y was a doubb strand
of peiirN. Shi earied a brii >s show-
boixpict of Columbia roses and
\ reception was held iinincdiaU'ly
att 1 1 the cei many. Thi
wi tilling cake, toppi d with
tun bride and groom
with pink roebsuds and fern, center-
, ,1 a tabb laid with a Normandy lace
cloth, and on ■ ach side pink tapers
hurned in silvi t candle holders. Mrs.
,.,.,1 |. Ward and Mrs. George T.
.. iv : Kelt V 1 rt.h pn si b d at the
rake. The table decorations also
luded two plaf s which have been
family for m arly a
out. buildings, storan' gnmdmother. Punch was
,rirs, or factory buildings. « i->ed from another table. 'I hose j
, ^ and ' iuaranteed bv People' Mi"
I'nir ««, L. ami Mi' Mila France Padgett of
During the past few months, thci"
have been Ills books issued from tin-
Public Library, according to Mrs
David Karling, Librarian, rhis shown
that moo. interest is being taken by
the patrons of this worthy mstitu
Mrs. Karling stated that most of
the books have been returned with-
in the time limit, of two weeks, but
there are a few books yet oif. and
du to the reader interest, tin As-
sociation w ill be compelled to charge
the fixed fine for not returning the
Inioks from this date on. Two weeks
is ample time to read a book, and
the library appreciates your patron
age, but are compelled to charge thi
fine, in onler to give other reader*
the benefit of the books.
FOR SALE— Several second hand
wagons, si'/.e ID« inch wide tires :i
so have several sets Harness for
sale See K. S. ORGAIN.
a ft 1 1 you Use RAI'^NAP
« siiii rodent kiiei. Tr n
ami prove it. Rat .' wi'h
\: p l,.ave j... mih < a' <
S 't ♦ouch it. < : iaiariteed
:t5r «i?< <1 mki )
• r t'ellar.
(2 cak 's) for Chicken
• coops, or small buildings.
V|<5 cakes) enougli for all
in the groom"
hundred years, having belonged
"The Home of Good Picture?"
Ken Maynard in THE FIGHT1N''
LEGION. Also Oswald Cartoon
_ .... „ Cromer
• 'iuaranteed by People' WTU *
"r Store and 1-Hzner Corner, Ra'. , ntl , *
J. G Troojnlale, SmitbriHc Ft. Worth, Miss lcutse ILggtr...
MON DA YTUESDAY
Louis Mann. Robert Montgonv r;.
hllliot Nugent, Leilu llyam in S>V'S
OF THE CHILDREN. jJA1:o
Washington, August P.i!'.'i.
Storm wave ot miileiate force, e
pected to cross continent luring week
centering on August 11. will be ex-
pected to cause hot and dry weather
generally over the continent, tin last
of a period of above normal tem-
peratures "X pected to extend from 5
to PI, inclusive. A short periou of
hi'.rh temperatures will be expected to
■ over continent during passage of,
moderate storm wavi centering -m
is, but, as this storm wave will be
preceeded and followed by cool waves, ]
and precipitation will be on the in-
crease during and following storm'
center, no material crop damage will
lie expected after passage of storm
wave of 11 excepting probable hail and j
frost damage in northern fields. After
storm wave centering on 11 has pass
ed, general cropweather will be ex-
pected to improve and those crops
that have come thru the heat of pre- ]
ceding six weeks will be expected to
improve their condition, excepting in
the real d outh area; in the drouth
area, dry weather with winds that
will probably sap the remaining moi.-
turc and plant strength will be ex-
pected to follow storm wave of 11.
One of the difficult problems of
cropweather forecasting is now being
illustrated just south of the Ozark
mountains; these mountains are not
very high, but are proving themselv-
1 of sufficient height to keep a poc-
ket of hot. stagnant air just south
of them while the balance of contin-
ent cools off from the influence of
cool wave forecasted for last days of
Inly and first days of August. This
area, including Oklahoma Arkaiisa-,
northeast Texas and n rtnern Louis-
iana, w-as expected to experience de-
creasing precipitation May I9H0 to
end of season, but not the sevc-i
drouth that has really held forth. To
relieve this situation, storm fum
must be sufficient to bring down the
cooler air from upper strata in rth
of the Ozarks and lift the heated
stagnant air that is till keeping tem-
peratures well above 1 <10 degrees •iu.--
ng the day. otorin force during las.
week of July was expected to accom-
plish this result, but I "ce 110 period
miring the near future that promii-
cs immediato n ib t to tbis drouth
area, as storm force will nut In r
ufficient intensity until Ih it week •"
August Relief will therefon- hav« 1
tic (jraduaUy aid siywly acconi '
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
3 lb CRISC0
1 lb MARGARINE Gem Nut
101b IRISH POTATOES
10 BARS P & G SOAP
10 lb BAG CANE SUGAR
5 lb RIO COFFEE
DEVIL FOOD CAKES
PINE APPLE CAKES
WE DEI.IVKK ANYWHERE IN THE
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Schaefer, H. A. The Bastrop Advertiser (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. 77, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1930, newspaper, August 7, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth206701/m1/3/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bastrop Public Library.