The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 27, 1936 Page: 4 of 4
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THE ALTO HERALD. ALTO. TEXAS, FEBRUARY 27.J936
Miss Maty Dear visited home folks
in Crockett Sunday.
Mrs. A. Ivie visited relatives in
Miss Viola Harry spent the week-
end in Henderson.
Mrs. C. C. Iviii of Forest visited in
the home of Mrs. J. F. Atten Monday.
Lester RozeHe spent H'ne week-end
with home folks here.
Mrs. T. T. Powet) and daughters,
Giadys and Beatrice, were visitors
in Jewett over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kirkpatrick of
Arp were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Atten Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Wiliis and son
visited retatives in Lufkin Sunday, day and Friday.
H. V. Sitton, Jr., of Los Angeles,
Catif., visited home folks here Thurs-
Miss Dixie Page of Forest visited } Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Durham and
Miss Marie Scates over the week-end. family were visitors in Jacksonville
. j Sunday.
R. A. Kennedy of Lufkin was a) ,71*7 ! 7* ,
, . n.:. Oscar Knight returned i hursday
business visitor to this City t' rniay. *
} from an extended visit in Koseutsko,
Bit! Bryan of Hailingen was a bus- M'ss.
iness visitor to this city Monday.
Messrs. Oscar and Car) Garner of
Green Murphy of Corrigan visited -Licksonvitle were visitors to this
home fotks here Tuesday. , "H' Sunday.
Dr. Wftcox teft Saturday for sev- j Mesdames Robert MeCture and
(rat weeks visit in Ames, iowa. } Ferry Smith were visitors m Jack-
I sonvitte Monday.
John Matthews spent the week-end
- Mr. an t Mrs. Chas. L. Mitter
were visitors in Rusk Sunday.
Mesdames E. W. Thurmond and
Wattn* Dover were visitors in Jaek-
J. M. Powet] returned to Mar
quez Friday, after an extended visit j
in the home of his son, T. T. Poweti. j
Messrs. Chartes WiHiams, Hubert
WiHis and Newlan Hugf.cs were
visitors in Jacksonville Sunday.
G. S. Hart and Miss Leita Paimer
were in Rusk Saturday, attending the
Interscholastic League meet.
Miss Heten Shattuck of Nacogdo-
ches visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Shattuck, over the week-end.
Mrs. Jake Leonard of Dougtas is
here for a visit in the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Richard Tosvnley.
Messrs. Hiram Crawford Hotcomb
r.nd Joe Frost of Jacksonvitte spent
th week-end with liojiie fotks.
Mrs. J. M. Crawford of Houston
rrrived Sunday for an indefinite
visit with rotattives and friends.
Mioses Itarkins, Maud Townsend
and P.iutinc Brown of Forest were
Visitors to this city Sunday.
C. A. Gipson of Overton and Mr.
rind Mrs. Bryan Gipson of Tutsa,
Okta., visited retatives here Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Houston an:) son,
Paut, of Crockett were guests of Mr.
and Mr . E. C. Houston Sunday.
Foy Houston returned homo Thurs-
day from a weeks' visit in Jefferson.
! Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cote and
Mr. Roi B)ake of Jasper were
visitors to this city Tuesday.
Mrs. C. A. Gipson teft Saturday
for a visit with Mr. Gipson in Over-
Frank Beiber was a business visitor
in Dattas Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Fox and son,
Kenneth, were in Jacksonvitte Sun-
day visiting E. W. Thurmond, who
is a patient in Nan Travis hospita).
Mrs. D. B. Lawson and daughter,
Lorna, were visitors in Ty)er Satur-
Mrs. W. A. Conner visited in the
homo of her brother, Sam Chum)ey,
in Doug)ass over the week-end.
Messrs. Burton RozeHe and Paul
Rounsavitte were visitors in Nacog-
TONIGHT — FRIDAY
Margaret Sullivan and
Randotph Scott in
"SO RED THE ROSE"
Sat. Mat. and Night:
WILLIAM BOYD in
' HOP A-LONG CASSIDY "
REX and RiNTY
Pre-View Saturday Night
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Harrison
visited Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Atten in
A Warner Bro,. Pitture
A. G. Adams of Jacksonvitte was
a business visitor to this city Tues-
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Williams and
Mrs. I. F. Moore visited relatives in
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. McDonald
were business visitors in Jacksonville
Misses Ode! and Moree Acker of
I'iah-ille spent Sunday here with
Miss Roberta Golmon.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Matlock and
I laughter of Troup visited retatives
P. G. Palmer of Beaumont visited
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Averitte and
sons of Palestine visited in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Boyd Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stone of Luf-
kin were guests in the home of the }
tatter's sister, Mrs. H. M. Treadwelt,;
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Naron of Ty-
ter and Miss Cloma Belle Durbin of
this city were visitors in Shreveport,
Miss Fannie Noel and Mr. Morgan
Ahearn left Friday for Jacksonville
for a visit in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Tom Ahearn.
Mr. and Mrs. Gtenn Spencer of
Nedntand and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W.
Simpson of this city were visitors in !
Mrs. A. E. Boyd was in Jackson-
'vilte Saturday visiting Norman Boyd,
who is a patient in the Nan Travis
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Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dean and
granddaughter, Joan Floyd, and
Jack Sartain were visitors in Jack-
. ike hia
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Mrs. Geo. Witliams and daughters,
Misses Beth, Lula Sue and Rubhie
Mp.e, visited relatives in Bronson Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Womack of
Timpson were guests in the home of
the former's sister, Mrs. Colvin Hoi-
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Richardson
and son spent the week-end with
relatives in Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Holcomb and
Jewel Sartain were business visitors
in Dallas Tuesday.
Miss Helen Shattuck had as her
guest Sunday, Miss Ruth Smith of
Rayford Holcomb of Jacksonville
spent the week-end here with home
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Davis and
daughter were visitors in Lufkin
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Erwin and chil-
dren were visitors in Dallas over the
F.twton the Lines
Tuesday and Wednesday
EDWARD ARNOLD in
"REMEMBER LAST NIGHT"
Miss Mary Frank Edmonds spent
the week-end in Nacogdoches with
her nio'thor, Mrs. Ada Edmonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Coy Smith of Jack-
sonvitte visited the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A! Smith, Sunday.
Mesdames Ted Bowen, J. C. Hit]
and daughter, Phita Jean, were
'visitors in JacksonviHo Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Hotcomb
end Mrs. Pearl Singletary were
'visitors in Jacksonville Sunday.
Mesdames Perry Smith' and Ruby
Boyd spent, Tuesday in Lufkin with
their mother and sister, Mrs. E. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Merriwether
and son, J. R., spent Sunday in Cedar
Point with relatives. They were ac-
companied home by Miss Pat Creath
for a few days visit. !
Mesdames A. G. RozeHe, Lena
Mueklcroy and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
RozeHe were in Jacksonvilte Satur-
day visiting Mrs. Bit! Muckteroy,
who is a patient in the Nan Travis
Mrs. Bertha Bolton and Perry
Smith were in Bryan Thursday
Visiting the former's son, Boyd
Bolton, who was ill.
Messrs. Burton and Lester RozeHe
were in Jacksonville Saturday night
attending the Lon Morris Coltege-
Jacksonvitle Baptist College basket
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Friday, Feb. 28
Chock Full of Surprises
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Saturday, Feb. 29
William Boyd as
Hop A—Long—Canidy in
CHARLIE CHASE in
"NURSE TO YOU"
Phantom Empire News
Wed. and Thur. Mar 4 5
PRESTON FOSTER in
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Musical Comedy News
Mrs. J. R. Luker had as her guests
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest An-
drews and chitdren of Rusk and
Winfree Starling of Colwell, Kan.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Durbin had as
their guests Saturday, Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Naron, Miss Margaret Ken-
neth and Albert Moore of Tyier.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Holcomb spent
the week-end in Jaeksonviiie with
their daughters, Mesdame3 T. E.
Acker and Julia Roaeiie.
Mrs. Minnie Garner, Messrs. Os-
car and Otis Ray Garner of Jackson-
ville visited their daughter and sister,
Mrs. 0. K. Cheshire, Friday.
Mrs. C. A. S^te ^e d.
visitor to this cityfa
M. H. Brown ' "^hsy°'
Lufkin Sunday. jr mor
Miss Laura WitliMiWM. H
Mesdames Georp ' id peltt
Scales were visitors
Tuesday. ^ ^
Mrs. E. H. Kolb "rave, "i
Monday and Tucscii' oi'M,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Christian had
as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. James and family of Groveton
and Miss Exa Lee Shaw of Kennard.
Wilson Nettles us. It
visitor in Houston
Tuesday. ,r he
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Coaper and
son, Robert Lee, were visitors in
Mesdames Harry Madden and M.
Cottins were visitors in Rusk Tues-
Mrs. Lola Hotcom! fu hav
Reed of Nacogdoches
here Tuesday. ays Jot
Mr. and Mrs. B- een ai
Laura Musii'k Monday p gp h
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Weimar, F. L. The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 27, 1936, newspaper, February 27, 1936; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth214786/m1/4/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stella Hill Memorial Library.