The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1935 Page: 2 of 8
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THK ALBANY NF.WS, ALBANY, TEXAS
FT. GRIFFIN NEWS
Mr L H. H.
Mrs. O. H. Fincht r
Mr. a rift Mr- Davi of Oklaho •<
tim mi vi-iting Mi and Mr-. Dew
Mi- Maxinc Clark spent the
OCTOBER 2, 1891— j ' ' ' ! week-end with Mr. and Mr- 1. I'.
Mr. Craighead of Rret-kenridgc , Mr.-. Frank Faster left Tim-day Kincher.
was in Albany Tuesday. j to visit relative- in Fort Worth M) an)| MKa|.| ivkard and
• • ' and Graham. j \*i>i11• < 1 Mr. Pickard's par- j
Mr. Hadley Robert was in town * * * ents Sunday.
Tuesday and left his buggy with Mi -r Sedwick, Cloud, and' M)
. and Mr- l(> yuoid- Wilson
Mr. Hill to be repainted. ! Wilson *mt t« the rivet on a f, h- ( ^ M yi ,u.d Ml, aI)d Mi-.
* * • ! inir outing I in -day. i. turning
.. | O. H. Finelier Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Henry Johnson hitched up a ' ... . | The Fort Griffin . hool cele-
broncho last Sunday and reports a
lively time if not an enjoyable
UNIOUE ADVERTISING STUNT
ADOPTED BY CONOCO
Dick Moberlej of Stephen- brated April Fcol with a picnic.
I county wa- in Albany Thursday.
Mr. Aaron Wood and wifi art
Mi- e. N
Adam on, Kuby
attending the fair at
Brownwood IHatcher' and Va,He Mannln* trte Monday In Albany,
home Saturday from Austin when
A good crowd attended -inging
, , . , . dramatic wav- ever conceived to
at the -chool hou i Sundav night. •
exploit tin u-■ ol newspaper ad-
"l verti.-ing has been adopted by the
Mr- Frank Dyem;
Continental Oil Company.
Mr. W. 11. Reynolds went t"
the Panhandle tin morning to
look after a pi ture,
Miss Gaudie Leech returned ;
Friday from a long visit.
* * *
Mi --rs. .Joe and A ■ \ Mavl'iebl
versity Summer Normal.
\ group of Albany high .-chool m)V(i] t.ont, t ha> h.« n inaugural
they had \vvn :itt«-ndinp: tm- I ni -iaL.c d a hiy nicnic on the . .
"'k1 u a |n nu in (,(j when by dining the coming
< 1 ■ -ai I'oik l,i t l!iui-d.i> night. Sprint: month car and trucks
Curtis Cook. i wa- a bu.-ine - wj„ |)p tHc streets and
BUILDING PERMITS IN TF.XAS \ -oi in Fort Giiffm lad Thur ; „r on„ fo,.tv
INCREASI' OVER I.AS1 WAR t... p: ( t, ,,., ] n bndga podge comp
An -t in, Ti xa , A pril - l'uihl j 0 —
ing pi rmit - Ti xa n, n a d , ,
sharply in total valu. dtiring l'i li BAPTIST
ruary in compari-nn with Febru
ary, IP.'t-l, according to a report 9: la a. m. Sum ay School, li
left I tiesday, Jot going to tin i,v l'ni\ ■ i itv of T'-xa- llu L. Jackson, i-uperintendent.
T- .1: K'.. i . . I \ I . . I. ., '
Indian Nation and Mex to l a,i |!u. Ilr |>(
then Wa- a dedim liowi r. fron tor, W. M. Joslin. ' ,, w _ ('nut n, ntal'- adv.
the previou mouth mainly t a 6:00 p.m. Sunday, meeting of t. through tin uniipH
result of a marked falling off of | the B. T. S. Miss Lucile | gtunt will do double dutv thii
ern I exa .
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AUGUST 11, mil —
Dr. Sam Webb came down Sat \ permit in one city. Kepori from Burrows, Director.
urday morning to attend the Webb i :ix Txa citie gi \. total permit 7:00 p.m Evening Preaching
camp on the river. • of $2,13IM>I4, an increa . of 130 Service.
* * * j per c nt over February a year ago Other Services
Capt. G. E. Water- of Mo ran j but I!' per cent below that of • 3:00 p.m. Monday, W. M. U.
was in Albany '1 ut day. j previous month. Citie showing Meetings.
:00 a.m. rroacmng ny the Paa- bv using 1.363 daily and weekly
One of the nio.-t unusual and number of car owners who read
about Conoco products throughout
the year in their newspapers.
It is estimated that more than
3,000 cars and trucks will partici-
pate in the ,-tunt. Aside from
the e company owned and ope-
rated vehiciles, it i- expected that
a good pero ntage of the 22,000
Conoco dealer- will likewise par-
Continental I- one of the coun-
trylargest users of news
advei i: ing and (fives this met
a largi share of the credit in
achieving an increa-e of (i0. I pel
ci at iii ale of Conoco Germ Pro-
i ■ ei| Motor (lil ,-ince April,
Continental this year is cole-
brat i ng it i xt ieth anni versa ry. It
began operations in Ogden, Utah
in 1S7.V From a small distributor
of Ki'fn -ene and lubricants long
before the advent of the motor
car it ha - grown into one of the
ing fa-hion with
tin, ntal'.- new-papei
11 addition to the cirrulation of
ten million that Continental Oil
Company ge1 for its advertising
The unique appearance of Con-
tinental car- and truck- not only
er\ e to call attention to the
Conoco campaign now running in
new-paper,-, but also reminds Con
| gain both over tin previou 7:15 p.m. Prayer Services each ] m,.n of the tremendous nation'- leading
Mis- Ollie Clarke returned last month and tin comparable period Wednesday evening
Thursday from a v; it in Alex la t year included llrown-villi , i 7 :,10 p.m. Tuesday Following
ander. I Cleburne. Del Rio, Deni on, F! First Sunday, Hoard of
! I'a-o, (ialvr.ston, [.on^vicw. Lub- Deacons Meet.
Mis- Kthel ('ritv 1' r arrived Mon- hock. Port Xi 'htir, San VultcIo, First Sunday, Church Con-
day from Dall.i to \ i -it Mr and Sw. . • w ,ii. and \N i I'.i fercnce.
1 oil conipanii'.
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t > t;,\
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A quarter Kour of rap'.'vatinq music by
stars of Radioiand. On ihc air tonlqht ar.d
every Thuf.day niyht at 6 00 P.M.
Beautiful, new, aii-conditioned refrigerator
of litest dev^n given away each week.
Tune in on Tee Carnival of the Air ior
6:00 P. M.
'••u,;. U a
i. ,1 ol'
(Ml I \ Salt |
Leslie Tonroy and Mrs. M.
I served a deliciou- plate of sand
w idit . ,-alad. with ice cream and
.; nt;i I'oOtl cake and ie. tea. Those
pi1' en' wen Mesdanie- ('. T.
Rerkman, P. M. Johnson, L. H.
I i' i • ia . II So ,:i rt, I - \vi ■ Doilt hit,
i a church -ociai i
\ I Hold, at thi hoi
, Mi Arnold w:
"Itlc : and most faithfl
church rr. "mtier and vorker of t!"
Bapti.-t . hun il. She 1 - ovet eighty ":l-
>ea. old. Punch and , ike w, ha
el ' -1 'O Me I i ■' I I I I . .1 I' I'OW ,!. I
I' I I "iiroy. I,' I C: i i;1 : ,n, I 11 ' p
V\ M. J, llerr; I (
Cou (i i L. H. Loo
<;• \ . r. Koy ( iy-,.1,. \\ \. I
K. i> . ( 1. 1 .atinn T. M. Pi! ,.„!
|av .lack I lit)
on, .Mi- Selma Swa-n-
oil. The higln t score was made
by Mi I., H. Thomas Tile next
I. - • wa by M - Selma Sxvenson.
color and in the tallies.
M Ii"ii Sid - nam ned Tliuis-
••• > '1' ( 'i', x;l NX|1( h,.
TAX COLIFCTOR ^RtACH'"
CQPlO I . H 1« ' ' ■ r« Cl t ^
Sponsored by Chamber or Commerce
night, held by llev. Marshal Hhcw.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Parker en-
tertained Thursday night with a
couple of tables of bridge. After
i\ rubber of bridge were played,
the guest. Were served with ice
tea and a pretty plate of sand-
wiches, pear .-alad and cookies.
The high cole of the evening was
made by Mr la wi- Miller for the
latin . and Mr. F. A. Sab made
high score for the men. Those
pi e i nt w ere M i. and Mrs. J. C.
Thomson, Mr. and Mr F. A.
Side-, Mr. and .Mrs. C. T. Berk
man, Mi. and Mrs. Lewis Miller.
Mrs W. II. Coffman and Mrs.
C. F. Coffman were in Stamford
Mr.-. F. A. Williams is visiting
this week-end with her mother,
Mrs. L. O. Sandlin.
Fveryone enjoyed the rabbit 3
All makes typewriter
and carbon paper at the
The thing that nourish*!!
root determines the fruit,
tree or man. Come to church.-*
Proctor K. Clark*
CIVIL ENGINEER .
General Practice of
Licensed State Surveyor
6 15-36 ALBANY, TE)
G. B. KING
First National Bank Bid*
drive here Friday. The ladies of
the community fixed lunch on tlie 'il
Cottonwood Creek, There was
quite a crowd there.
There w ere one hundred and
forty n Sunday chool Sunday.
Brother Clayton preached a good
. rnion on the "Results of dis-
obedience of Cod." taken from 1st
King-, '0th chapter.
Tin > \\ . A. met Saturday af-
teriloon at the church in a usual
meeting. The program was "The
wor d in childhood hands." There
wa a good attendance in spite of
Ihc (i. A', met at the Baptist
C. M. PRESLEY
SERVICE and QUALITY
REST of REPAIR
209 PINE, ABILENE, TEXJ
church Saturday afternoon. Those
inn crowd out for pivsrnt w« r< llazd Ford, llarbara
meeting at the Baptist McDonald, Alburtrus Penix, \a-
: -da\ niuiit. S.-r\ i- d* l-'ord, (><i* --a \ aughn, Olcta
<-d l>y Uc\, Koy Clayton, '/inn, Kuh\ \.-'l Barney and \or
\nit,on I!ridge Club wa- 111:1 Fubank-.
: d I i, u r-11 a \ afternoon Marj Vernon of Stamford
1 'd. 1 W \\ I \. Sai, . . bj Mi ,1. ( . ITiomason. After a visiting Mi.-.- Dorothy Sharbtltt
•N|a- 1 "'••••"' ■ Ah:. Spa. k -. V. m:i ;, w nie, hands of bridge, a nice thi- week-end.
aildwiehe.-, ol'Ve-, chilled ' •*" -
j ^ ' ' -l i. I ;1 . \\ a ad ami cookie.- with ice tea,
" • •' . I'ear! Sol | wa- -."'ved to Mesdami s R. Allen,
1 • • ' ""an, W II. ("off- \. <d. 11n, J, T. Fvetts, Tom Gif-
1 • ( Bt!'aid, \ I- Mi Don lord, ('11■ <t,t• i Oman, A. C. Dilhud,
' 111 • If.tlph Hi ia ck, \ iiford. C. N. Smith, (lux Price,
' ■ ' '■ ' 'laid. Add e i I.oudder, C. I!. Coffman and
• d. F Fn i.i Ml M ildi ed Scott. Tht- high
M. I. .lohn.-oii. 1,1 -a. • oti wa- won by Mrs. \. Olson
Arnold nui M 1,'a. 111 I ami low by Mr- I!. K. Louddei.
Allx-rt Han>on , - vi>it ing
I' I' \\'i!hit« and
when -he r,ur|i|> ,hi w,.,.k
ng her -i.-ter.
Mi ( A. Thornton attended a
S; i ward- meeting at St;
pi rtairang to social acl
tin Methodist church.
There was a nice crowd at tin
•I. A. Wilhite and dau«hter,
d 1 M I'll. 1 I la, i.i . an \ i :1 ; n l
I '• I W li i ite and fa i n ily tin Week
from \i w Mexico.
Be' .1 ' Fubank and F. A
Sid' . .1. I K\ ett - w .-n in A n-on ' I" :,yer meeting servici
Brought t« you rath THURSDAY with the compliment* of
In Co-operation with the Ite Industry ol I exa*
The Air Conditioned
keep food naturally fn
ill-he- tier, ar>.
_C!!.' 'LiJ,. U-LlL.ii.j-.
no rn i ur i ing ot IOOtl
whether the ice chalTlbel , In or Ileal I \ 111)1' >
('OOLI.KA T'Mt need to In ie eil on i oia
See them on display a' mil of I' ae, a -k j ■ a i c«
( OOLI li \T<ill f"i Id nNuMV an. Ill \I.I
mi to even days
' . .ill I I F<Mi \ Fill i; Till M
ICI AND ICE ( HI AM MANUFACTURERS
PASTEURIZED MIIK DAIRY PRODUCTS
la> on lin -1nt - .
loht an Spark- and Miss
an I'.vetts Were in Stain- 1
lom.■ demo list rat ion club
had a called meeting Wednesday j
tfternoon at the home of Mrs, F. j
I'ho.se pi a "lit Were
M. daiie . i' A Ten y. J. I'. John-
•oii. M .a riI .John on, I I ritzgi i
eld, .1 A, Flemings, C. A. Thorn-1
to. (I. A I'ureel . \\ II Loop, N
3. losh, F. Morchead. J. W. Stain- I
. , I
Mr I i Ford w a - in Staml ord |
Mi 1 11 Thoma and \ C. iiil
lard ere m Abileiii Thin -day on
Mr. (iracey, who i- a worker on I
the water project here, .-pent I
'I hui'sda\ in Abileri. with hi - fam-
M' I Ilillard wen: to Slam
I ord Wi dni daj I'm i in nor ope
Mi I. IJ I'utnam entiatained
w • d 1 . das I ,g|it w il III 111 he i
|. 11> ft.i her tin it): I •• , M .
-nm^-jrmrwr.- a>, mmmmti.«
II ■ 1 ■ Mi- I a ri I loiiolson, of
1 I A College, I I| 111 on. Tht,-I ;
I■1" ' nt wa ii M , lloxie Side-, |
J.ninr.i ami On ' a Ft a y.gi reltl, !
I a, idoi a I'. nix, I an Donol-o'n.
a llu Ma u la ,• I'uttla i' I'hey wi r,
a ved at twa !\e o'clock, inidnight, |
wall apricot icecream, -andwiehe-,
rookn , drink .
Mi Vt < Park, entertained
' I" i 'on i.i. i I'.ritlgi ('lull \V. dne
'La s afternoon. After overal
gallic- Wen played, they ware
Dr. W. I. Ghormley
1503 Ave. D., Cisco
Every Wednesday 2 lo 5 p. m.
Caldwell Bldg., Breckenridge
Normal Visaoo lmpertanl
It your eyes do not function
normally you are handicapped
in the game of life. You may
not know it but you can have
perfect vision and very defect-
ive eye:-. Not how well >011 -ee,
but how do your eyes function
ill order for you to see, is the
important thing. If you suffer
from nervousnes.-, headaches,
or indigestion, you should have
your e>e- examined. \'o mat-
ter how well you see, you may
Tom Hlanton, Jr.
Blanton & Blanton
PRACTICE IN ALL COURT!
Old First National Hank Bldg.
Office Ph. 02 Res. Ph. 563-Wl
D. G. CURB, M. D.
General Practice Medicine
Office O/cr Peats Store
I DR. P. F. GOULD
Office over Deatii Store
I ticket entitles Jack Smith to admission to the Aztec Theatre
for liny -how h«-twci n Apiil s 1'!.
out of Hanking
No air nf myslcry lianas over the wa\
we tin l)l|iilH"si- ill llii- liunk. V\ liilc we
ci<ImiI!<*(iI> iln 11)1 low very s-lrirl ruir-
in tlie handling ol manv transaclions,
llu'if ar > gooil reasons lor lliesc rules,
anil our ollieer.i take especial pains to
see llial lliese reasons arc explainetl
As :i result, we find that our de-
positors and llmse who have oeeasion
lo borrow money, are readv and will-
ii-. We -.is "ves lii ImrrowiTs as
rei|uei11!\ a- eoiulilioii- permit. Hut,
when we do have lo av "No," we tin
', ,-e a 11 ii'itd.
Should Be Complete
Abstract Co., Inc.
Offic®—Court House and Firtt
T!o"nTWeTv"' m "*! i'.i i i k 111 g a I
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
all varieties of
Ice Cream, and fl
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The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1935, newspaper, April 4, 1935; Albany, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth401374/m1/2/: accessed September 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.