The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1935 Page: 3 of 6
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THE ALTO HERALD, ALTO, TEXAS, MARCH 28, 1935.
Mr. and Mm. Totn ryte of Jaek-
nvi))e were visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
S. Pyle Friday night.
Mt'. and Mrs. E- D. Melvin and
ns, Ciaud and Gordon, and Ouida
nn Porterfield were visiting in
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. James and Mary
:r& visitors in Atoy Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Diai and
miiy have returned from DaHas
d Fort Wo^th.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Pyie and daugh-
ra, Louise and Joan, and Mrs. A. J.
Stubbtefieid were visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. John Shaw of Crockett Sunday.
Miss Bonnibet Sullivan is visiting in
Beaumont. i !: "(t)
Mrs. A. W. Page and daughter,
Dixie, returned Wednesday from
Daiias. ' l
Mrs. Cecii Murdock was a visitor in
Houston tast week-end.
Miss Peari Harkins spent the week-
end at her home in Groveton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sherman of
Maydeiie were visitors here Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Skeeters and
family of Mt. Zion were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hit] Sunday.
Mr. Jess Armstrong and children
spent Saturday night and Sunday in
Cushing visiting their mother and
Mr. Luther Boyd spent Saturday
night in Henderson. His brother, Er-
nest, returned home with him on ac-
count of a broken foot. His friends
hope he wii) soon be weti again.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Towntey and
famity of Linwood, Mrs. Bennie
Cornetious of Jacksonvihe were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Town-
Mrs. J. E. Cote spent Sunday
afternoon in Atto with her daughter,
Mrs. Oscar Atten.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vining and ehil-
dren of Satem, Mr. and Mrs. 0. L.
Tannery ,of Mt. Zion were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vining Sunday.
Mr. Dock Durham has returned
home from Dallas.
The children that went to the
County Meet were: Misses Lois Arm.
strong, Etaine Hamitton, Virginia
Bett, Eloise Martin, Messrs. Howard
Simmons, Luther Boyd, Ctarence
Miss Ctara Bianton of Jefferson
spent the week-end with home folks.
Bro. and Mrs. H. B. Daity were
visitors of Mrs. Odett Hamitton Wed-
Mr. and Mrs. Lorn Simmons and
famity spent Sunday afternoon in
Mrs. Laura Boykin of Weches, who
has been visiting her son, Raymon,
has returned home.
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Miss Margaret Woods has returned
home. Her friends are very gtad to
have her back home again.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Spivey and Miss
Reba Durham spent Sunday in Love-
Mr. Ear] Pytes is on the sick list
Mr. and Mrs. Witford Pytes and
famity spent Sunday in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Wattace of Cotd
Mrs. Mary James has returned
home from Forest.
Mr. R. A. James of Forest spent
Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Satterwhite.
Mr. Rob Pierce of Linwood, Mrs.
Peart Mites of Hotcomb were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goteman Sun.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Martin of Cen-
tra! High were dinner guests of Mr.
a}nd Mrs. W. S. Satterwhite Sunday.
Miss Maxine Hamitton was a visitor
in Rusk Thursday of tast week.
Miss Virgie Rea Goteman of Rusk
s^ent the week-end with home foiks.
There witt be preaching Sunday at
11:00 a. m. Every one invited.
League at7:30 p.m.
Thetitte of "meanest men" can
be bestowed, potice say, upon Ed
Fryauf and Paut Gotdschmidt of
Davenport, la., who stoie an old-age
pension check and bought beer with
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Sub^Juniors—Boys: 1. Atonzo
Britt Martin, Concord; 3. Perry Mc-
Kintere, Maydeiie; 3. Bilty Haggard,
Mt. Selman. Girls: 1. Haget Jones,
Gallatin; 2. Berneade Glidden, May-
deiie; 3. Virginia Dare Smith, Sum-
Junior ;Ward—Boys: 1. Bob Key,
Concord; 2. Parlton Goodson, May-
deiie; 3. Donald Francis, Tumey.
Girls: 1. Doris Sides, Dlalvilte;2.
Goldie Ruth McKintire, Maydelte; 3.
Mary Holeomb, Concord.
Juniors—Boys: 1. Elzle Jenkins,
Galtatin; 2. Jack Weisener, Wetls
Girts: 1. Dorothy Nelt Goodson, May-
delte; 2. Geraldine Jones, Gatlatin;
3. Ostine Lewis, Summerfield.
Seniors—Boys: Elmo Brewer,
Concord; 2. Lambert Beasley, Wells.
Girls: 1. Cora Mae Cobum, Turney;
2. Pears Smith, Gallatin; 3. Binnie
Dee Mayfield, Mt. Selman.
1. Dorothy Jack Lindsey, Alto;
2. Margie Bane, Rusk; 3. Juanita
Boys: 1. Etmer Musick, Jr., Rusk;
2, Lewis Nichols, Jacksonville. Girls:
1. Sibyl Ellis, Rusk; 2. Connie Louise
Ward—1. Rusk; 2. East Side Jack
sonville; 3. Reklaw.
Rural—1. Henry's Chapel; 2. Con-
1. Rusk, default.
Class A—1. Annie Doris Cole,
Alto; 2. Billy Westfall, Rusk.
Class B—1. Helen Medford, Rek-
law; 2. Evelyn Powers, Maydeiie.
Rural—1. Helen Lee, Afton Grove.
Pt*yground Ball—High School
Class A—Girts: 1. Alto.
Class B—Girls: 1. Wells; 2. Gal-
Girls, Rural Ward and Grammar
—1. Dialville; 2. Black Jack; 3. North
Side, Jacksonville. <
Rural and Ward—Boys: 1. Fastril;
2. Joe Wright, Jacksonville. .
High School—Class A: 1. Jackson-
vilte. Class B: 1. Wells.
Three R. Contest
1. Erma Pannel, Black Jack.
1. Mt. Selman; 2. Grange Hall;
Rural—1. Afton Grove; 2. Bar-
Class B—1. Henry's Chapel; 2.
Ward—1. Rusk; 2. Alto.
Seniors—Girts: 1. Gene Gregg,
Rusk; 2. Lois Botes, Jacksonville; 3.
Erna Merle Black, Jones Chapel.
Boys: 1. Bob Thompson, Jacksonville;
2. Ford Brunt, Alto; 3. Tommy Hug-
gins, Jones Chapel.
Ward A and B: 1. Rusk; 2. May-
deiie; 3. East Side, Jacksonvilte.
Rural:l. Concord; 2. Fadtrill.
Sub-Junior—Girls: 1. Joann Cope-
land, Rusk; 2. Helen Jane Pearman,
Alto; 3. Louise Fowler, Jones Chapel.
Boys: 1. John Harold Fowter, Jones
Chape); 2. C. H. Bivit^s, Rusk; 3. Billy
Junior Ward—Girls: 1. Jane Mos-
ley, Jacksonville; 2. Mary Louise
Swink, Jacksonville; 3. Bonnie Ruth
Laney, Rusk. Boys: 1. Charles Col-
lins, Rusk; 2. Myron Coats, Jackson-
ville; 3. Billy Phillips, Jones Chapel.
1. Jap Jones, Jacksonville; 2.
Johnnie Rounsaville, Alto. Girls: 1.
Zuma Ruth Schochler, Jones Chapel;
2. Madeline Russelt, Rusk; 3. Eliza-
beth Curl, Jacksonville.
Final Conte.t of A. B.
Sub-Junior Ward—Boys: 1. John
Harold Fowter, Jones Chape); 2.
Alonzo Britt Martin, Concord. Girls:
1. Joann Copeland, Rusk; 2. Hazel
Junior Ward—Boys: 1. Charles
Collins, Rusk; 2. Bob Key, Concord.
Girls: 1. Jane Mosley, Jacksonvilte;
2. Doris Sides, Dialville.
High Schoot, Junior—Roys: 1. Jap
Jones, Jacksonville; 2. Etzie Jenkins,
Gallatin. Girls: 1. Zuma Ruth Schoch-
ler, Jones Chape); 2. Dorothy Nell
Seniors—Boys: 1. Bob Thompson,
Jacksonvitle; 2. Elmo Brewer, Con-
cord. Girls: 1. Gene Gregg, Rusk; 2.
Cora Mao Cobum, Tumey.
Grade IV and V—1. Joe Wright,
Jacksonville; 2. West Side, Jackson-
vilte; 3. Rusk.
Grade VI and VII—1. Joe Wright,
Jacksonville; 2. East Sido, Jackson-
ville; 3. West Side, Jacksonvilte;
High School A and B—1. Jack-
sonville; 2. Henry's Chapel and Gal-
latin; 3. Alto.
Grade IV and V—1. Barsola; 2*
Henry's Chapel; 3. Central High.
Grade VI and yil—1. Central
High; 2. Concord; 3. Btack Jack.
High Schoot, Rural—1. Barsola;
2. Mt. Selman; 3. Forest.
Girls—1. Jacksonville, Norma.
Tucker and Lela Belle Stover; 2.
Rusk; 3. Atto. Boys: 1. Rusk; 2.
Jacksonville, Phil Mosley andE. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Page and
tittle son and Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Rogers of Redlawn were visitors in.
tire Hobson Townsend home Sunday.
Mrs. Hattie Tullis and R. A. Dick-
erson of Alto spent Saturday night
and Sunday in the R. G. Sweeney
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Frost and
Messrs. Doyle Wilson and Shelly
Townsend and Miss Margaret Tullis
spent the week-end in Dallas and
Fort Worth. ,
Mrs. L. W. Bice and son, Bill, were
visitors Friday night in the home of
Mr. Martin in the Central High com-
Mr. Philip Cummings of Rusk was
a visitor in the home of his aunt, Mrs.
L. W. Bice, Sunday afternoon.
The new officers that were elected
for thy League are: Miss Louise Wat-
ters, Secretary. Leaders: Misses Ver-
don Milter and Jewelle Frost.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lusk and Mr. J.
D. Todd were visitors in Rusk Wed-
Little Miss Winona Townsend was
a visitor in Jacksonville Saturday,
having gone there to attend the
Miss Viola Watters and her class
that she has in night school were
visitors in Rusk Tuesday night. Miss
Watters and her class and some
friends attended the picture show
and each one enjoyed themselves very
much and are very grateful to Miss
Watters for the nice time they had.
Subject: "Sharing His Cause."
Scripture: John 6: 66-68; 16: 4,
8-12; John 15: 1-15; Acts 4: 8-14—
Song No. 113.
1. Thinking Toward Easter—
2., Persons and Causes—Hettie
3. Qualification for Followers—*
Miller B. Dickey.
4. Questions and Answers—Bill
5. Greater and Lesser Causes—
Mattie Elizabeth McClure.
6. Your Share in the Causes—Mr.
Musical Reading—Louise Watters.
Card of Thanks
Our sincere thanks are extended
to all those who were so kind and
considerate to us in the recent
death of our wife and mother, Mrs.
J. C.Boyd. We have suffered a
great loss, and our grief is hard to
bear, but the pleasant memory of
your kind words and deeds at this
time wilt ever be remembered.
J. C. Boyd.
Mrs. Myrtie Holsomback
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McKnight
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boyd
In the middte of the night Dorothy
Vaughn, 9, of Seattle, awoke to find
a burglar robbing her room. She sat
up in bed and shouted "Boo," and
the burglar took to his heels.
HER BOY HAD ALWAYS
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Weimar, F. L. The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1935, newspaper, March 28, 1935; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth214742/m1/3/: accessed July 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stella Hill Memorial Library.