The Tulia Herald (Tulia, Tex), Vol. 54, No. 48, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 29, 1962 Page: 3

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THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29 1962 1
Hagood Rites
Held
Funeral services for Petersburg
businessman H D Hagood Who
died late Friday night were held
Sunday afternoon in the First
Methodist church of Petersburg
The Rev Glenn Bennett of the
Cumberland Presbyterian church
of Hillsboro officiated Burial was
in Petersburg cemetery
Mr Hagood 61 died at 1045
pm Friday at West Texas Hospital
in Lubbock He and his family
had minutes earlier been visit
ing Petersburg high school foot
ball players at a Lubbock restaurant
Petersburg and Hale Center
had played Friday night
Mr Hagood owned Hagood Department
Store in Petersburg He
was a past mayor and served
several terms on the city council
lie was past worshipful master
of the Masonic Lodge was a 32nd
degree Mason and member of
Khiva Shrine
Masonic graveside rites were
conducted by the Petersburg Masonic
Lodge
Born Feb 25 1901 in Ector
Mr Hagood married Miss Mary
Helen Mann of Happy on Aug 10
1921 in Amarillo He lived in Happy
from 1921 to 1934 when he moved
to Petersburg He was a mem
HeardJones
Drug
Fountain Specials
FRIDAY NOV 30
Tenderloin of Trout frehch
fries salad rolls and butter

97c
SATURDAY DEC 1
Ranch Burger on a toasted
bun potato salad cup of
coffee v
70d
Reg 2 89 Little Prince
WAGGON 199
Reg 9 95 Delux
WAGGON
699
Reg 98c
Checker Set 66c
Sheriff Delivers
Meh To Prison
i
Sheriff Darrell Smith this week
delivered three men to the state
penitentiary at Huntsville and one
juvenile male to the state training
school at Gatesville
A Y Brown was sentenced to
three years in the State prison for
forgery
J B Bowers was given a five
year sentence for robbery by as
sault
Richard R Ray was assessed
three years for car theft
Mrs Nettie Moore
Dies In Amarillo
Mrs Nettle Moore of K r e s s
died Tuesday afternoon at L11
lians Rest Home in Amarillo She
was 89
Services will be announced by
WoodDunning Funeral Home in
Plalnview
Mrs Moore was born Dec 11
1872 She held membership in the
Kress Methodist church
Survivors include four daughters
Mrs Elizabeth Pickens Vega
Mrs Ruth Cole Stamford
Mrs Frankie Houser Electra
and Mrs Nettie Collins RoswpU
N M four sons F D Moore
of Kress and W H Moore C H
Moore and P B Moore all of
Roswell two brothers four sisters
27 grandchildren a n d 53
great grandchildren
HAROLD DUKE GIVEN
TECH MERIT AWARD
The School of Agriculture at
Texas Tech has announced scholarships
totalling over 35000 awarded
to students for the 19G2
03 school year
Harold Duke of Tulla received
award
Mrs James Johnsotn and children
of Hereford visited with her
parents Mr and Mrs A D Bailey
during the Thanksgiving holidays

ber of the Tulia Church of Christ
Survivors include his wife
three daughters Mrs Doug
carbrough Mrs Wayne Thorpe
and Mrs Kindred Underwood all
of Petersburg a brother Cecil
of Flpydada a sister Mrs Jerry
Briscoe of Mobile Ala and
several grandchildren
Reg Now
198 Only 119
Doll HICHAIR
Reg 3 98
now only 319
Rampstde
PICKUP
TRUCK
List Price 2 00
now 133
DRUG
dd by Ren Russell Fox af
ter he offered a committed report
estimating damage to the
campus at 34410130 The resolution
asked the state college
board to request the Federal government
to Stop damaging the
property and to vacate the prem
ises Mr Fox said it also requested
that the board launch
proceedings to collect the money
to cover the damages
elated Press Nov 15
The question is why 344101
30 Why not a round 344100 or
rounder 350000
Mississippi must have gone
into the thing pretty
thoroughly from fear of being
reporters escape from mob arm
ed with stolen chemicals 1430
Item Wholesale price of chemicals
lost or stolen principally
MONOPOLY
Splendid fun for every familyl
Some players make fortunes
some go bankrupt in the courso
of play 44
Reg 400
Reg 4 98 Moving
MUSICAL DOLL
399
TRICYCLE
10 froit wheel wish bone
rame Reg 11 95
7
99
Reg 3 49
Ping Pong Set 24
Reg 1 98 AAusical
POPPIN TOP
Now only 129
Reg 2 50 Musical
JacklntheBox
Popeye Casper Cecil Jack
199
Visit Heard Jones Toy Store
formerly Goodwines Use
our layaway planl Open 9
A M til 6 PM Mon Thru Sat
K3 TuliS ISwiirtsr Cocn KESXtO
Old Miss Presents Bill To Uncle Sam
By JERRY DOdLITTLE request to the effect that United ed by socalled Molotov cock RUSSELL FOX
The Washlngtdn Past States marshafs were hospital tails These missiles have never P S A word of caution Just
ES nN fPi l fVllSS 1 SmijrEkJ b ° en hl ° Wn bCf ° re flt 0l5 MSS beCallSC n0 mUCh nCWS 8 5 S
H5to2 approval yesterday to a Item Six cases nf empty Coke
j irresolution
aimed at moving Fed bottles seized by marshals to pre Kl we hink ll fdir t0 say ih tWthlgh to us down here don t
eral troops from the University vent their Use as weapons The hey never would have been on think you can pay us off in in
of Mississippi catnpus and col University would ordinarily have this occasion had not your men verted Hammarskjold commem
lectlng damages from the Govern received refunds on these bottles been present Or had We won the orative stamps No persona
ment The resolution was present but so far as we know they were m ptween fn cn nn checks titer R F
returnedat 2 cents each S ofdcteK
never item
298 GwMMttnS Mr nnd rs Clctls Canscr
Item Towing fees to remove of court charges 1210203 Jr and children Craig and Cor
wrecked and burned vehicles fr Item Contempt of coUrt Tine delle of Wichita Falls arrived
om campus 30 100000 > in Tulla Wednesday evening to
Item Damage to trees In Ox Item Other contempt or court spend the holidays in the home of
ford town square when Military fines 10000 a day for an arbl his parents Mr and Mrs Clctls
Police fired over the heads of rarily picked 23 days 230000 Cansler Sr Thursdnv rvrnlne
allegedly attacking cltlzens12 Frankly Bob if I call vTsUIn
may you fhw
dro to l HerefordUo
Item Free coffee served to tha for a moment Wu be hap he nome e of ° Mr erCJT Mrs vIt1
in college cafeteria
ASSt > 2820 We have spoken sharply
to the cafeteria management about
this but even though the
setvice should never have been
ordered the fact remains that
newsmen whose allegiance lay
primarily with the United States
drank the coffee and we feel
caught presenting a padded bill justified in charging for it
to a nearby jurisdiction Even jtem Cleaning of bandages
now a complete statement of blood and Utter caused by your
charges may be on its way to men from the Lyceum Oct 1
Washington six men at 350 a day for one
Robert F Kennedy jH day 21
The Attorney General j ir but also
Washington D C JS Item Replacement of lights in
Dear Mr Kennedy vicinity of Lyceum rendered in
This is the first time we are operable by bullets and bricks
speaking to you about this mat the night of Sept 30 7344
ter and we hope it will be the Item Removal of your tear
last Usually a simple reminder gas canisters from grounds of
is enough to insure prompt re the University Oct 1 and 2
mittance we have found but oc Five men at 350 a day for two
casionally it becomes necessary days 35
to follow up with such action as item Replacement of window
we may deem necessary These broken Oct 8 in cafeteria in which
next steps you may be assured jam < Ss H Meredith was eating
would be as unpleasant for us as 2000
for you Herewith then please item Cost to the State Attor
fihd enclosed our stdtelnent of ney General of investigating sev
charges due us en persons allegedly involved in
Item Door frame to Lyceum alleged rioting such names pro
administration building removed vided him on the basis of innuen
by your FBI agents in search for dcs furnished by your office 6
alleged bullets 20313 jtem loss of bootleg liquor
Item Window broken In chem tax revenue 124000 N B
istry building by United States Mississippi is a dry state We iio
marshal helping Kvo newspaper however levy a tax on bootleg
wnskey amj tnis tax as you may
know forms a large part of our
revenue When Federal troops
moved into Oxford bootleggers
acids4712N B We feel that stopped making deliveries there
office is
your primarily respon
sible for loss of these chemicals
and cite news reports of Oct 1
and other dates furnishable on
Remco s Little Red
SPINNING
WHEEL
Reg 595
now 488
Little Miss Kitchen Appliances
Copper Ivory
Metal
STOVE SINK
or Washer Dryer
Reg 3 98
now 199
Copper Ivory
Meal
REFRIGERATOR
Reg 2 98
188
jlrougll fear 0Y being caught at
roadblocks Since the liquor was
not sold the tax on it was lost
and we therefore feel justified In
assessing you for this Item The
124000 figure is an estimate based
on our best information of past
consumption in Oxford extrapolated
to reflect the temporary
population increase
Furthermore
Item Numerous scorched pat
ches on the University lawn caus t
Brother Of Tulians
Dies In New Mexico
Bob Rentfro of Stead N M
died Nov 21 in a Clayton N M
hospital following a heart attack
He was 81 years old
Survivors include his wife Zi
na three daughters Mrs Lorena
Thompson of Isabel Kans Mrs
and Mrs Jane Sisk Adrian one
sister Mrs William Malone of
Tulia three brothers Den Rent
fro of Tulia and Will and Ross
Rentfro both of Amarillo seven
grandchildren and six great gr
grandchildren
Den Rentfro Mrs William Malone
and Mrs Eric M a 1 o n e attended
the funeral in Clayton Saturday

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py to forget about those last Uwo
Itc
items if you will RUSS Cansler and family
Trusting that I will hear from Mr < and MrsT S Furlow spent
you soon I remain Saturday and Sunday in Durango
Yours Colo witli Mr Furlows nephew
Special purchasel Nylon and rayon
gabdrdine
Mens Jackets
Quilted
Lining
499
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Compare at 7 951
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Single needle tailoring Compare
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Christmas Decoration
Fund Needs
600
Mail Contributions
to
Chamber of Commerce
and family Lance Furlow They
were accompanied by Mr and
Mrs A S Miller who spent the
weekend with their son Arils and
family They reported lots of snow
on the mountains
a
UNBLEACHED MUSLIN
80 sq thread
countl 37 38
wide Savel
Only a few Wash U Wear
Boys Suits
5 yds
For
Reg
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there are more than 1500 dis
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Baggarly, Herbert Milton. The Tulia Herald (Tulia, Tex), Vol. 54, No. 48, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 29, 1962, newspaper, November 29, 1962; Tulia, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth46356/m1/3/ocr/: accessed June 27, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Swisher County Library.

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