The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 204, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 6, 1938 Page: 2 of 6
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THE SHAMROCK TEXAN, Shamrock, Texas
Thursday, January 6, 1938
THE SHAMROCK TEX4N
Albert Cooper . ’’“m’Iut
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Texas Press Association
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ney general; Felix Frankfurter and
James M. Landis of the Harvard
Law school; Senator Wagner, and
Ferdinand Pecora, a judge of the
New York State Supreme Court.
Under Sumners Act
Sutherland, for years a bulwark
of the court’s dwindling conserva-
tive Woe, announced his retirement
at a brief press conference. Affable
and apparently well-pleased, he
handed reporters copies of a brief
letter addressed to President Roose-
“Having reached the age of more
than 75 years, and having held my
commission as associate Justice of
the Supreme Court of the United
States, and served In that court for
15 years, and thus beiflg eligible for
retirement under the Sumners Act
of March 1, 1937, entitled 'An Act
for the Retirement of the Justices
of the Supreme Court,’ I desire to
avail myself of the rights, privileges
and judicial service specified in that
act, and to that end, I hereby retire
This Curious World w'"i“'
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FREE FARMERS EXCHANGE
Farmers who are paid-up sub-
scribers may run ads free of
charge to exchange, buy or sell
anything except real estate and
oil and gas leases, and royalties.
All ads will be run 6 times.
FOR SALE—Wallpaper I As low
as $1 per room! White House Lum-
ber Company. 204-10tc
SALE ON WALL PAPER-enough
paper for one room, $1.00 and up.
White House Lumber Co. 203-tfc
FOR SALE — 5-room modem
house, east front, with garage and
out buildings. Close In. 100-ft. front
on paving. Part cash, balance in
small monthly payments. 207 S.
Wall. O. R. McVean. 201-6tc
FOR SALE—Full blood Rhode
Island Red roosters, See Valta Tar-
NO one knows why the motmot shaves the barbs from the two
long tail feathers. It is bred in him to do so. A young motmot,
reared entirely apart from his kind, adopts the habit upon maturity
NEXT: When do mate kangaroos stop growing?
from regular active service on the
bench, this retirement to be effec-
tive on and after Tuesday, the 18th
of January, 1938.”
Among the "rights and privileges”
to which he referred is a guaranteed
income of $20,000 annually for the
rest of his life. The Sumners Act,
permitting retirement at full pay,
was passed, some said, to encourage
older judges to leave the bench.
FORT WORTH (UP)—Henry G.
Ingrum of Brownwood, who first
covered his sales territory in a
wagon, was named “Outstanding
salesman of 1937” in a contest spon-
sored by local business concerns,
Ingrum, 70, has won numerous
prizes for salesmanship. He was in
New York City on a trip, the prize
for another contest, when his selec-
tion as “outstanding salesman” was
announced at a banquet here. In-
Of Family Live
In Wheeler Area
WHEELER — Five generations of
the family of Mrs. Eliza V. Williams,
78, live in the same vicinity near
Mrs. Williams, great-great grand-
mother, lives with her daughter,
Mrs. Paul Schaub. Mrs. Schaub’s
daughter, Mrs. Freda Forrest, is the
mother of Mrs. Vemcell Pride and
the grandmotehr of Patricia Ann
Pride. The last named is only a few
The great-great grandmother was
born in Ohio in 1859 and came to
Texas In 1877. She moved to the
Panhandle In 1898, when an abund-
ance of deer, prairie chickens and
antelope made the county a hunters’
haven although most of the buffalo
FOR SALE—5,000 good hegarl
bundles, 3c each. Already in stack.
R. L. Darrow, 5 miles south of Lela.
FOR SALE—Hegarl bundles. See
Dick Sherwood or Dewey Da berry.
WANTED—Girl to do general
housework. Mrs. T. J. Bryan, 6 miles
east of Twitty. 199-6E
WILL PAY market price for
maize. R. C. Lewis at Gerald May-
field Tire Co. 185-tfc
ON CRAP SHOOTERS
CLEBURNE, Tex. (UP) — Two
young men will think twice before
they decide to shoot dice in the
courthouse basement here again.
The players looked up to find that
Deputy Sheriff Bill Hickman was
“kibitzing” the game. Hickman con-
fiscated the dice and filed charges
against the pair for gambling.
What Woman Saved $11.85
On Her Food Bill Last Month?
• What Smart Young Lady Is Stretching The
Household Grocery Budget 20 Pet. Further?
• What Boastful Young Husband Is Bragging
His Friends Of The Swell Meals That Smart
Young Lady Cooks?
• What Housewife Is Pleasing Her Whole
Family Nearly Every Day With Better Food
And More Of It Tastefully Prepared?
WALTER BRENNAN jj
in his first
gram began his career by selling in
more than 25 West Texas counties, I had been exterminated. During her
traveling In horse and wagon. i first years on the Plains, Mrs. Will-
He moved to Brownwood with his I lams said, herds of antelope came to
family in 1910. Ingrum is an en- j the water trough in her yard to
thusiastic football and baseball fan drink.
and his wife, 65, enjoys a local rep-1 ---o--
utation as an artist. I TEXAN ADS GET RESULTS I
We Pay Cash for Your
Used Furniture. We also
trade and sell.
M. W. BURCH AM & SON
308 North Main St.
A real value only,
Model 84BT. Stunning 4-tube
superheterodyne. Has big, easy-
to-read dial, gets broadcast en-
tertainment, Police calls. Super-
sensitive speaker with dust
screen, automatic volume control.
FREE BATTERY BOX
with these models
| See L. C. ROBERTS before you |
have your farm sale
209 North Choctaw
—Serial and Comedy—
Family Night 25c
WHO is this thrift-wise housekeeper? She may
live around the corner from yr 3he may be
one of your very best friends. If so, you’ve often
envied her knack of serving such grand “comp-
any dinners” when her husband, you suspect,
makes less than yours. She is the woman who
reads the Food Ads in The Shamrock Texan
SHE knows every day what choice items are
selling for less money. She knows where to buy
them. And she does—Because She Reads Be-
fore She Shops! A thrifty person, she actually
buys more better-quality foods than some of
her friends who spend more money!
ECONOMISTS are telling us that the High
Cost of Living is coming back. If you are afraid
of the pinch of higher prices, here’s one sure
way to beat them. Shop the Food Ads in The
Shamrock Texan regularly! Turn to these ads
in The Texan every day. READ FIRST —
The Shamrock Texan
“Your Home Newspaper”
MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE
John Clears His Identity
By THOMPSON AND COLL
Hdwe. & Furn. Co.
> Farm * Home Furnisher”
Extra Thick and Extra Delicious Steaks - * - CLYDOC CAFE
EARL MITCHELL, Proprietor
By HAMLIN ,
'aw* / thats great/
THERE VUE ARE, FOLKS—
L WONDERFUL? j
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Bones, Percy. The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 204, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 6, 1938, newspaper, January 6, 1938; Shamrock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth526182/m1/2/: accessed April 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shamrock Public Library.