The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1935 Page: 4 of 8
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TSX ALBANY KBW8, ALBANY, TEXAS
Ik Albany News
CHAS. A. FRTAR, Publisher
Entered in I'ost Office at Albany,
TeiM, an Second Class Mail
• Month* $ 1.00k--One Year $2 00
DUplajr Adv rlit«menU
He par column inch each insertion
Local and Reading Notices, 10c
par ainglo column line each
four and haa provided to d«te 69
containers of leafy vegetables of 3
varieties; 1H containers of starchy
vegetables of 2 varieties; Irish po-
tatoes and corn; 13 container* of
other vegetables, of 2 varieties,
squash arnl pumpkin; lil contain-
ers of fruits and fruit juices of 4
varieties; 31 containers of toma-
toes; 25 of aoups and soup stock,
and !> of mincemrut; !•— containers
of meats, and 20 of pickles, beets
and cucumbers. Mrs. Whorton
has grown her vegetables on a
small plot of land to the side and
back of her house arid ha furnish-
AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON SATURDAY, AUGUST S4th.
(Misa F,l Pleda Harrison, County
Home Demonstration Agent.)
FOR the Amendment giving th«- Legislature the power to provide
a System of Old-Age Assistance not to exceed Fifteen Dollars ($15)
per month per person and to accept from the Government of the Uni-
ted States financ ial aid for old-age assistance.
AGAINST the Amendment giving the Legislature the power to
provide a System of Old-Age Assistance not to exceed Fifteen Dollars
($15) per person per month and to accept from the Government of
the United States financial aid from old-age assistance.
FOR the Amendment of Article 1, Section 15, of the State Con-
ed fresh vegetables for her tabl« ' gtitution by adding to said Section a provision to the effect that the
through the year. From 170 to- j Lf'^islaturc may provide for the tempnrary commitment of mentally
mato plants she has canned 31 m p,.rsons not charged with a criminal offense by the County Court
quarts of tomatoes beside serving wjthout the necessity of a jury trial.
fresh tomatoes on her table every
AGAINST the Amendment of Article 1, Section 15, of the State
Constitution by adding to said Section a provision to the effect that
the Legislature may provide for the temporary commitment of men-
PROBLEMS? | tally ill persons not charged with a criminal offense by the County
Itelnw are some of the canning j( (,"i^ without the neir -.it> ot 11 J1" > 11
problems which farm and ranch j
food supply demonstrators havi ]
brought to Mis El Fie,In llarri '
day since the vines begun bearing.
• « •
ARE THF.SE YOUR CANNING
Mr . A. A. Whorton of Phillips
Oil Camp, Ibe*, Hun On Her
Pantry Shelve* 327 Contain-
ers of Canned Products
"Whether you live on a farm,
ranch or in an oil camp, there is
great consolation in storing spark-
ling jars of fruits, vegetables,
son's attention while visiting them |
FOR the \mcndmcnt to the State Constitution repealing Stat'
■ Prohibition, prohibiting the open saloon and providing for Local
AGAINST the Amendment to the State Constitution repealuig
Statewide Prohibition, prohibiting the open saloon and providing for
meats and other canned products
on the pantry shelves for winter! inch spac
months," states Mr<. A. A. Whor- sion.
ton, food supply demonstrator of! d. Opening petcock.
Ibex home demonstration club, i e. Variance of pre -ure gauge.
"I like to can because I know , f. Rapid boiling if in water
what 1 am putting up and too, it i bath.
is economical to can," she say . : g. Failure to park or paddle
"It has co.st me approximately out air bubble-.
$3.00 to put up .'127 jars of rati- 2. Why do bean* and okra
ned products," she continued turn dark"
Mr:-. Whorton ha a fami'y of a. Pigment ti b-■ in or p, i
and in turn suggestions she offer
e,l in overcoming th■ • ■ difficul
1. Why does the water come
out of the ji^i - when proce^-cd, e-
pecially under pressure?
a. Under cooking during pre-
heating state. Force product to
"soak up" all the water it will be
b. Failure to pack product AGAINST the Amendment to Section 1, Article XVII, of the
tight enough. I Constitution of Texas, providing that Amendments to the Constitu-
c. Failure to leave about 1 -2 j tion may be proposed at Special Sessions of the Legislature under
at top for air expan certain conditions.
FOR the Amendment to Section 1, Article XVII, of the t on-ti-
tution of Texas, providing that Amendments to the Constitution may
he proposed at Special Sessions of the Legislature under conditions.
FOR the Amendment to the State Constitution authorizing the
Courts to place defendants on probation.
AGAINST the Amendment to the State Constitution authorizing
Courts to place defendants on probation.
No longer we'll read in the papers
What Will has heard or read
No longer we'll laugh at his capers
For our Will Rogers is dead.
No longer we'll listen to his voice
Over radio's thousands of miles
Or give approval to his politics
Or join with him in his smiles.
No longer we'll listen to his pro-
And hear his "Howdy Folks" to
No longer the alarm clock will
For his voice is beyond recall.
A man who could make a nation
When darkness covered the land
One who was by common consent
Of brother to every man.
lie could laugh at the makers of
lie could stand with the small or
And scan their virtues and flaws
As they met in the halls of State.
He attended the last Spring round-
Out here in the vanishing West
And he left when the "R^nge
Hons" shipped him
To the "Summer Range" for a
The nation will move steadily on
In the future as in the past
Hut now that Will Rogers is gone
Who will teach us to laugh?
County Agent Is—
(Continued from page 1)
here by August 15th.
a a e
Raaolutiom of Appreciations
Whereas, W. T. Magee, who for
the past six and one-half years,
has served Hockley County in the
capacity of County Agent, and
who has been an active member
of the Levelland Rotary Club, and
who has been transferred by the
Agricultural Extension Depart-
ment to Shackelford County to
assume a similar position, and
Wh< ■reus, Mr. Magee has not
only been an efficient County
Agent and a worthy member of
our club, hut was also a loyal and
highly respected citizen of our
Whereas, we realize that much
of the better agricultural develop-
ments of this section has been due
to his untiring efforts and con-
scientious regard -for duty, there-
He it resolved, that we, the
Levelland Rotary Club assembled
in meeting this the 20th day of
August, 1035, do b) these resolu-
tion- express our appreciation for
hit hating lerred u* a*
and our deeply felt regtata 1
I* no longer with ua.
hereby commend Mr.
congratulate the cltlaena
Shackelford County in oh
hi* services as County Agant, i
that he and hi* estimable
are to become residents of
Re It further resolved,
copy of these resolutions be
to Mr. Magee, a copy to tha
bany News and that they be
on the permanent records of
Unanimously adopted, thia
20th day of August, 1985.
Percy Cole, President *
Kendall Young, Secretary
Lovelland Rotary Club.
We will apprecil
an opportunity to fl|
ure with you on
kind of job printt
Prices right. Albi
My music studio will be optfl
September !), and will be convtn
iently located near the schools
Mrs. J. W. George.
DR. IfRNTON T. RAMSEY
V'hiic living; ho was a man
Phr nation lovrd as a brothfit
He lives -till and is leading the
Vnd hi' shall live or foiw«ir.
.Announces the removal
of his office
Medical Arts Ride
i?'.. 3rd and Beech
FOR Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texa
aboii-hing tin !•'. • S\ tcm of compel din:.1 ali Di-tnct Officer . am
mi ! i! Countie having a population of 20,000 oi
n on . and uithonziiig the Comnussioiiei i <un
i hi lit \ Of fie i - and IT' line
i oinlH n.-aten
lives in the heart of a nation
taught us to laugh and V- trav
Hi - wit and u : -dom forever hall
\ dintr light for ave
in determine whethet
ieei in Count ie contaimn
II I IIII
! : m magazine eiun- when
lnciudi-d with vour verewai -ub-
n to the Vlbanv N
ans for partial list.
WJ FR! [fON ::<\ MIS
3- No. 2 • any
A&. u . ; .
oz. pk". 8c
lb. pk:j. 20t
I ail can 10c
md niekit il i
, 2 cans
W i n e y
DelMonte Sliced P NEAPPLF
2—No. 2 cans
Palmolive SOAP. 3
DelMonte TOMATO JUICE
A&P COFFEE TRIO
Mild and Mellow
Rich and Full-
Tender Leaf TEA, pkg.
Excell CRACKERS, 2 lb. box
Pan Rolls 5c 9c
Ann Page PRESERVES, 16 oz. jar 19c
SNOWDRIFT, 3lb.mil 57c
ION A PORK and BEANS
ION A MACARONI or
SPARKLE CHOCOLATE PUI>D1NG
CI I/^ \ D
8 lb. carton
10 lbs. 59c
25 lbs. $1.46
to tl) undercooling after proc.
id; ( J i ."landing too long aftei
!>.•« nu ami b( fori
-landing too long after ,-ealing
:md before going into cookei
1. \V ■ i * i i u -1 ■ jiroiiu'1'. to I ;oat .
a. Ov er sterilization. =
■ • product ei'
V'Olt SAL I- Whit
)uct> con-:, mated pairs $2
I Beam, Alban\
b. Dry. lighiw
| All classified adver'i-mg ap-[
= pearing in this column will hoi
i charged for at the rate of 10:
i cents per line, with a minimum:
: charge of SO cents. Cash must;
I at company all order- unit's ;
: advertiser has established cred-|
Bit. For estimating cost, count:
j five words to the line.
■I t tfc.
will buy your used car and
pay you .a-h Mi W'horter &
c. K t lure to pai k pi
d Over ripe product.
e. Syrup too lieavj.
,r) Why do beet.- turn white .'
a Wrong variety; Detroit
Dark R"d is good.
h. Too old. l -i beets 1 1-4
inches in diameter.
c. Too great a change in tern- ]
perature. Put hot water in hot FOR SAI.F.— 50 Stewart-
\ negar on hot bee:-, and cold on \\ atner Radio, all electric t band. I
cold. Round the World Set. Will sell I
t; Why bee'<, hear-, and f01 >42.20 cash. McWhorter-Pan-
Save from 25 to 7ft per rent on
your magazines by placing your |
I order through your home town I
pickle, havi A-hitc -ediment or d<
posit where they touch jar?
Idaho POTATOES, 10 lbs. 19c
252 size ORANGES, dozen 21c
I' -e of hard water.
1'.. if • ib'. salt whic h con-
W!;\ lie pea turn cloudy
I?i ufficient blanching.
Frank Dunn at Albany \> w-
\DD1\C, MACHINK ROLLS, 15c
\T Tin: N'KWS OFFICK.
\ GOOD 1'l.Ai I TO CI r VOI R
M \V \ND 1 SI' h I'CRM n."RL.
old at rea , liable prices by P rce
l'uri I jr. Co . II \ Pi. ree. Mu-
2 lbs. 15c
2 lbs. 15c
•i lit hi
■ii■ ■ \ ■ rnrTiiTT \i
ORD1 R OP JOP PRINTING.
OPENED THIS WEEK, LOCATED ON EAST
MAIN OR HIGHWAY 1-A
T. E. Beard and E. G. Low
HAVE REFN SELECTED AS MANAGERS OF THIS NEW STATION AND THEY
INVITE THEIR FRIENDS TO CALL AND SEE THEM AT THIS LOCATION
PANHANDLE WHITE GASOLINE PANHANDLE NOXLESS
AND PANHANDLE ETHYL
WASHING, GREASING, POLISHING and TIRE and TUBE REPAIRING
PANOLF.NE MOTOR OILS—UNITED STATES TIRES and TUBES
Another Panhandle Station i> located at the Corner of South Main and
Third Street., J. A. KENDR1CK, Manager
WATCH FOB OPENING DATE OF NEW STATION
STOCK MEN SAVE! L I) . •
1 I; ! S ■ Screw -Worm K
iditions in Ti \e- are dif- er and -ave one-half on your j
ails'- (Il torag. period -crew or f > ■ ccwonn bill.-. Kills ;
: 121 ' rair> p." iod ! quicker than chloroform and costs
' alt it mi' •; \ uy, ev.-ti les- livery bottle guaranteed at
•part of tin rtate. IPortei Drug Store. 41-12tpd
CARL CHILDS IS ill' WHOLESALE AGENT FOR PANHANDLE PRDOUCTS
FOR SHACK I- LFORD AND THROCKMORTON COUNTIES
Wholesale Warehouae Located Acrn« Street North of Court House
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The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1935, newspaper, August 22, 1935; Albany, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth401495/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.