The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 24, 1935 Page: 3 of 4
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... but, after all is said and
done, it's the cigarette it-
self that counts
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THE ALTO BERALBi" ALTO, TBXAS, OCTOBER 24, 1935.
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In making Chesterfields we use mild ripe
home-grown and Turkish tobaccos.
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) !93S. Liecm* & Mrtu ToMCto Co.
attie Tullis of Atto was a
! the C. B. Fro at home last
ght and Saturday.
pewci Marie Watters pf
nt the week-end with home-
[uthrie of Whitney was a
the R. G. Sweeaey home
Mrs. Oliver Tobias and
He Tobias of Alto spent
t the R. N. Rvgers home.
Mrs. Jewel Cote and ehi!-
!)ded the hom* coming at
tSunday. , - - . r, '-
tad Mrs. C.B. Frost wen
the'homo of Mr*, and Mra.
Jcott of the . Shiioh com-
W. Bice spent' Thursday
with relatives in the Lin-
amanity. ? ' - .
tstie Rogers waaa visitor in
t D. B. Singietary, Burke
[Harrison Todd and Jim
^ere visitor^ in Huntaville
!ay given at the church last
f'uht was enjoyed very
Odom being the- lucky
one to get the turkey, Mr. Aiton
Middtebon the quiit.
League and Sunday Schooi are
growing in attendance. We wetcome Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Russet)
aii new members and visitors. There spent part of iast week at Neches
is an interesting program each Sun- with the former's parents,
day evening for League with a spec- Vester Jones has returned from
ia) number or two each evening. Houston where he has been visitin.
Aunt Sue Page of the Rediawn jfnr several weeks and is on the sic!
community was buried at the Mt. list.
Zion cemetery Tuesday afternoon, j Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Price left Mon-
Aunt Sue was wej! known, in this day for Pahokee, Fia., where they
community and has many friends wiM make their home. We are sorry
here. The famiiy has the sympathy' to see them ieave us but wish them
of this community in the ioss of this iots of happiness in their new home.
dear iittte mother and grandmother.
Mrs. Exa Ennis and chiidren, Wil-
bur and-Ruth, were visitors in Jack-
Mr. ai.d Mrs. Joe Lusk and Mr. J.
D Toad were visitors in Rusk Wed-
nesday 3f iast week.
Mr. Aiton Todd of Rusk lyis a
visitor in the home of his parents,
Mr. fnd Mrs. Henry Todd Saturday.
Mr. Li, W. Bice was a visitor in
Mr. Ra.y Todd of Jacksonville
spent the week-end here with home
.Adults who criticise children for
t, pying would be better off if they
dil some playing themset<es.
Connng! O^t 30, 31, Nov. t and %
)aH 1-Ctnt Sate-Mya) 2-For 1 'Kfi"
Anticipate Your Weeds Buy Wow
OSELEY DRUG STORE
RUSK, . TEXAS
Mrs. J. H. Russell and granddaugh-
ters, MisAes Clara and Ted Yates, of
Neches spent the week-end in the
home of their son and uncle, Marvin
Mrs. Ernest Felder of Cold Springs
was a week-end visitor with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chariie Jones.
Mrs. Ben F. Bailey is at home from
the sanitarium at Lufkin. We are
glad to report her. as much improved.
Miss 11a Jones of Welts spent Sun-
day with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Baiiey and
son, Robert D., attended the Fair at
Lufkin Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Phitips of
B'ullard were) here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy McCultough
announce, the arrival of a fine baby
girl whose name is Laura Bernics.
Mr. 0. D. Cherry of the C.C.C.
camp at Huntsville came home Sat-
urday night to visit home folks. He
has been transfered to .^mariHn.
Little Miss Billie Vest hat the
misfortune to be bitten by a ground
rattie snake Sunday. The reptile
biting her three times before she
could get away.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Cherry have
moved to Gladewater where he has
Mrs. J. F. Neely of Primrose visit,
ed her daughter, Mrs. Ernest McCar-
Robert D. Bailey, Harold
and 0. D. Cherry attended the I'air
at Beaumont Friday and Saturday
with their Agriculture teacher and
Mr. and Mrs.' Paxton Foreman of
Atto wer6 visitors here Sunday.
Mesdames B. 0. Bailey and Allen
Bailey of Wells were guests Monday
afternoon of Mrs. R. D. Baitey.
Mrs. Rayford Langum of Palestine
is here for an extended visit with
Mrs. Finis Henderson. )
Mr), and Mrs. 0. P. Owens and
daughter, and Mrs. J. G. Buchannon)
and daughter, Francis, of Houston
spent Sunday with Mr. an,d Mrs.
Teague Foreman. i
Mr. Hayden Hotlis and family of
Kirbyvitte visited relatives in this
Miss Gtadys Latham is visiting her
aunt, at Keltys.
Misses Minnie Lois Childress and
Eva Barron and Messrs. Fioyd and
Jessie Day and Carlton Chiidress of
Primrose attended B. T. U. here Sun-
Mrs. Cartwright and son of Hous-
ton County Spent the week-end with
! Mrs. Julia Latham and family.
: Mr. and Mrs. Ocie Maddux of Lin-
wood visited the tatter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hol)is, a few
[ hours Sunday afternoon.
I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hornbuckie of
I Nacogdoches visited in the home of
! Mr. and Mrs. Jim Knight Sunday.
' Mr. rnd Mrs. Irby Petty and son
i:-f Wells have moved in our com-
Messrs. R. A. Starling and Hubert
! Smith were business visitors in Rusk
Miss B*erta Tunnell is visiting Mrs.
Ha Watkins at Douglass.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cosper and son,
Robert L$e, and Mr. and Mrs. Bur-
ley Grady of Alto spent Sunday
afternoon in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Starling.
Miss Mazzie Acker returned home
Sunday from Jacksonviile where she
has been in the Hospital. We are
glad that she is able to be up again.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Petty of Welts
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George
Miss Lois Mae Wallace is visitiny
her aunt, Mrs. Rufus Derrett of Red-
Aifred Bncwn, Vernon Mullan and
Ttmi^oe IStarlmg were among the
F.F.A. boys of Wells that attended
the Fair at Beaumont the latter part
of last week.
Elbert Netson left Monday for a
few days visit in Lufkin.
We are glad to report that Miss
Bertha Faye Campbel! has improved
since tast week, and is able to be up
a little nows
Barsola was represented real weii
at the Lufkin Fair last week. AH re-
ported a fine time and 'bragged' a
good bit on the entertainment.
There was an unusually large
crowd at B. T. U. Sunday night. We
were glad to have them. It seemed
as if the program was lots better.
Now folks, why not join us instead
of taking a back seat? Remember
there is a place for every person in
the church. Are you filling your
Mrs. W. D. Atkinson and son,
Homer, and Mrs. Charles Clark of
Dallas were visitors of Mrs. Homer
Spears in Lufkin Thursday.
Mrs. Leber Betl and children of
Salem and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mc-
Clain and children) of Rediawn were
visitors in the W. A. Black home
A few relatives and friends gave Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McGaughey a Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mutlenix had
surprise birthday dinner, at their as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mar-,
home Sunday, Oct. 20, in honor of vin Rozelle of Alto.
their EOth and 47th birthday. I Mr. and Mrs. Otto Scott of Cen- '
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. t^ H^ and Mr. and Mw. C. B. ^
Henry McGaughey and daughters, Frost of Mt. Zmn vistted with Mr. K Misses Eva Barron and Marie
Madehen and Imogene, and son, and Mrs C. H.Sc^ Sunday. ! James attended the Fair in Lufkin
Brazter, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mr. and Mrz. Charles Ctark and , gg^^day night.
Master! Harry Robbing spent Mon-
day of last week with his aunt, Mrs.
Howard; Brewer, of Atto.
Mi&s'es Inez Jamep and Katherine
Jones* spent Saturday night with Mr.
and Mrc Bee Lindsey of the Lindsey
Carl Foster spent Saturday night
in Morrili with Wittie B. James.
Mr. Jesse Day attended a party in
the Shiioh community Saturday night
given by Miss Hazel Lawrence.
Messrs. Floyd Day, Carlton Chil-
McGaughey and son of Alto; Mr. daughter of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Lee McGaughey of Nacog- Talmage Black and children of Ovet-
doches; Miss Mary Etta Milter, Mr. ton, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Spears and
and Mrs. jewel J6!te6 and'66h,Jewtl daughter of Lufkin and Mr. and
Ray, Mr. Ernest McGaughey, Mrs. Mrs. Witmer Rozelle and daughter,
A. W. Johnson and daughters, Annie Miss Allene, were Sunday guests of . .nrftinw) her wrist
Ruth and'Josie, and sons, Nolan and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Atkinson. ispratneu ner wrist,
Mrs. Tommie Lindstrom and little
daughter, Virginia Louise, are
Spending a few days with their
mother and grandmother, Mrs. Mary
Stroud, who fell Friday morning and
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Power and chit-
Harshail, and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie The Shiioh community wish to ex- ! dren end Mr. and Mrs. Cart Mercer
McGaughey. ^ !tend ah invitation; to all the people'of Alto werei Sunday visitors of Mr„
Mrs. Ernest Felder and son, to attend the Sock Supper and free and Mrs. Bud Power.
Charles, teft Wednesday for a few piay being given at the Shilah church Mrs. A. D. G.'Sheffield returned
lays visit with theirparetits and Saturday night, Oct. 26. There, home Saturday aftt;r a two weeks'
;randparents, Mr. and Mra. Charlie a)so be a quilt sold to the highest visit with her daughter, Mrs. Lee
Jones -of Cross Roads. j bidder and other entertainment. _The Shaw, of Kennard.
Sherman! and &dd May were visit-' ptay is a two-act play entitled "Mrs." Little Miss NetVn
ors in Nacogdoches Sunday. I Wiggleworth Gets Religion" and is
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Tyer and I sponsored by the Mt. Zion church,
son of Crockett and Mrs. Lcrenia Come and laugh with usl
Neison and baby of Liberty Hill spent
vin Robbins spent
Sunday with Mrs. Edd May.
Mr. Waiter Dover of Alto spent
Sunday morning with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Dover.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Henderson
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Tuesday of last week with her aunt,
Mrs. Howard Brewer, of Alto.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrot and
daughter, Ruth, of Alto spent Sun-
day with the former's sister, Mrs.
I Mr., and Mrs.. Essie McLain spent
Shot Gun Friday in Nacogdoches county.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank James and
mr. BMU inrs. u. i^. ncMucrsuH ... . hnrrpln Wit) set] rhpnn nr "T- "*rs. rran* dames atm
spent Thursday With Rev. and Mrs. . , . , ', , ? little daughter, Frankie Genine, spent
H. B. Daily of Alto. ! trade for cattle, hogs, or what have gu„day with Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Daity & Sunday
Good Only Unti! December lat, 193S
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THE SCNPAY CHRONICLE
Hrtuw yon up-to-Ute-nUnuto news, many
fcatute^ l..e«.d!ng ia page* of the most pop"""
'otntcs and an etaht-page art gravaro sectton.
Hontton Chrcntdf. Hnintnn. Tm"
W!ten Answering TMs Ad Mease Mention TMs BaP^r
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Odom spent
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Murphy of Cold Spyipgs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Blanton spent
Monday and Tuesday in Dallas, visit-
ing with their sons, Messrs. Arling-
ton and Roy Blanton anu families.
Mr. Grady MynaTd left for Abilene
Monday, where he will visit among
relatives and friends for a few days.
Mrs. Ruben Blantons' two sisters
from Nacogdoches visited with her
Mr. and Mrs. Jeh Ramey and sons
of Rusk were Sunday visitors in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ramey.
Mr. Dallas Tidweil was a visitor m
Misses Viola, and Louise Wattera
were visitors in Rusk Thursday.
Rev. J. M. P. Morrow of Jackson-
eveni!^" M^ice^at''l'lUgh *5.'if you vrere asked—Doris Cm.
E?My^nc^a'^rdia)^i'nvitati^n Planned—Mavis Jones.
^nd J7ou to attend these services I 7. Could you encourage home wor-
,, Worker's Conference will ship?—Rayford West.
melt with Central High fiov. 5. ) 8. Poem="A Hdme*—Loyd Felder.
Mr. and . Mrs. Levi Braddford, you.
Mack McCyne, and Feldon Dover
were visitors in Huntgvilte Sunday.
Miss AHene and Coy Spears were
visitors in Huntsville Sunday.
Mrs. Finis Henderson was a visitor
in Tyler. Saturday.
Mr. and Mijs. Coy^Kjllion and
daughter, Neileta, of Palestine and
Mrs. S. M. KUiiOn and OraCie Kiltion
of Primrose spent Sunday' with Mr.
and Mrs. W'nfred Mowt^y.
Rev. and Mrs. Dudiey pavis and
daughter. Thetma Lee, and Mrs.
Aubrey Davis of Huntington were
visitors here Sunday ni&ht;
Mr. Chariie Moselay 4*-spending
this week with his daughter, Mrs.
John Dui-ham, of PjHmrose.
J. D. James of Loi^jgytew! spent the
week-end wifh h?s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. T. James. .
Mr. aWd' lMrs. HbMdh Keed and
daughter, Bertty, add -son, Wuan.
Juan, visited reiaAivM/ in Eustace
last weekend. ]<!<.-
Mrs. Bernice Morgan and children
pf Jones Chapel, attended Sunday
School here Sunday.
There were 48 at Sunday Schoo)
last Sunday and a real iarge crowd at
League Sunday night. j
Bro. Davts preached here Sunday
[ntermediaite Epwotrth Leagsta
Subject: "The Spirit in the Home."
Team Captain—Mary Kate Lout.
1', Song:"I Would Be True."
Z. Bible Reading.
8. The Spirit in the Home—Mavia
4. Strength and, Courage—Loyd
W. E. Baiiey,
Brewer of Alto.
It would be interesting to find out
"-^—3—' - What the people are doing who six
We want peace, like everybody months ago were spending most of
else, and tike them we don't want to their time worrying about inftation.
ttke any risk to get it. j ^Boston Evening Tranamtpt.
To Hetp Ybu
At the iirst nasal irritatiw or snifHe,
appty Vicks Va-tro-noi—just a few dropa
up each nostril. Used
prevent tnany cotd9
time, it he!p!
ptGmA)t StZE, 30s - . DOUBt! QV
GASOHNE LUHRiCATiNG OtL AiRiNG HRES
WATER!NG RADiATORS WiPiNG W!NDSH!ELDS
WASHiNG AND GREASiNG UPHOLSTERY CLEANING
ALL OF THE3E iTEMS
Come under a SERVICE^TATION head, and we give thoth our very
best and careful attention. Whether it's free service nr sale ser-
vice, we are always giad to have yOh cal( on us. Our business is to
tentiais tike you want to be served.
lorVe you in thcse autormabile essenti
J. 0. SARIAtM
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Weimar, F. L. The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 24, 1935, newspaper, October 24, 1935; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth214770/m1/3/: accessed June 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stella Hill Memorial Library.