The Hereford Brand, Vol. 9, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1909 Page: 2 of 12
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The Hereford Bread, Friday, September 24,1909
Bnjoyablo Occasoion at Odd Follows
Hall Tuesday Night in Honor
of 58th Anniversary
On Tuesday evening at the Odd
Fellows Hall occurred another one of
those delightful entert unments t y
the ladies of the Local Rebekah
Lodge, when members and their
friends assembled to enjoy the pro-
gram arranged for the occasion, it
being the 58th anniversary of the
ladies' auxiliary of the Improved
Order of Odd Fellows.
Following was the program ren-
dered to the enjoyment of all pres-
Reading—Rebekah Odd Fellow-
ship, Mrs. Clarence Smith.
Instrumental Music—S elected,
Mrs. McNerney and Ed Curtis.
Reading—Selected, Mrs. Jarrott.
Recitation—Selected, Miss Bessie
Vocal Solo—Selected, Miss Pat-
Recitation—Selected, Miss Lora
Vocal Solo—Selected, Mrs. Mc-
Nerney, Miss Potter, accompanist.
Reading—Selected, Mrs. Carter.
Instrumental Music — Selected,
Mrs. McNerney, Ed Curtis and
Whistling Solo—Selected, Chas.
McNerney, Mrs. McNerney, ac-
After the rendition of the program,
which thoroughly exemplified the
individual talent of the participants
and especially so of the whistling
accomplishments of Mr. McNerney,
light refreshments were served in
the form of fruit punch and assorted
In connection with this article a
statement of the condition of the
local Rebekah lodge might not be
amiss. Hereford Lodge was re-in-
stated April 25, 1906, with a mem-
bership of 7, which has gradually
grown until at the present time there
are 42 members in good standing.
The^Lodgehas no outstanding indebt-
edness and has a nice balance in its
treasury, which is only another
proof of the progressiveness of any
movement which has the ladies as
its guiding ctar. Long may the
Daughters of Rebekah thrive as a
lodge and many be its entertain-
ments is the wish of
One Who Was There.
In the death of Louise Wylie,
aged 11 years, niece of Mrs. Sam
Worley, the hearts of her little
friends are bereaved. She depart-
ed this life Friday morning at 1:15
and her remains were laid to rest by
loving hands the same day at 4
o'clock. Louise was an orphan
girl and made her home with her
aunt. Friends administered to her
care and needs up to the last.
C. S. Richards has been acting
chief peace officer of the county and
city during the obsence of Sheriff
Connell in Chicago, Clarence Wheel-
er in Missouri, Geo. Muse in Mex-
ico, and C. S. Sullivan in Denton.
Mr. Richards has been able to hold
down all these jobs during the ab-
ssnce of so many officers.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Worley and
Mr. Geo. W. Wylie of Guthrie,
Oklahoma, wish by this method to
thank the many friends for their
thoughtful kindness who assisted us
during the fatal illness of our niece
and sister, Loise Wyiie, whose death
occurred, Friday, September 17.
Orville Brunk who has been visit-
ing relatives and friends in Missouri
and other northern states returned
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was in Hereford last Sarurday and
stated that tho this was his first crop
in the Panhandle, that his 200 acres
of maize and kaffir was extra good
and would give a big yield. He has
the farm leased from A. C. Peddy-
court of Illinois, who was also in
the office and the latter gentleman
is highly pleased with the crop for
this year. Both the men state that
nearly every man in his community
has made a good crop, especially all
those who cultivated properly, that
the heads are well matured and that
the yield will run from 35 to 40
bushels of seed besides the feed.
This is a good showing for a first
crop, most of which was on sod
land. The feed stuff as well as the
seed will bring a good price and both
the owner and the leasee will be am-
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Elliot, A. C. The Hereford Brand, Vol. 9, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1909, newspaper, September 24, 1909; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth253520/m1/2/: accessed April 30, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.