The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 198, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 30, 1937 Page: 3 of 4
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Thursday, December 30, 1937
May the coming three hundred and sixty-five days
bring you profound happiness and satisfying pros-
perity, and may the pleasant relations we have had
with you in the past become even more friendly
in the future.
Hearty Greetings and Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
| RAYMOND WATERS, Sheriff
And His Department
for 1937 Won’t
until we have made
of your friendship
and support during
the year now closing . .. and take this |
means of expressing the hope that the g
New Year will bring you unlimited sue- |
cess and happiness.
F. B. “DICK” CRAIG |
AND OFFICE FORCE
Mrs. C. W. Fritts
College students of the various
communities, home for the Christ-
mas holidays, gave a very interest-
ing B. T. U. program at the Bap-
tist Church Sunday night. Those
on the program were Olie Brown,
president, from Canyon; Polk
Young from A. and M.; Henry
Young of Groom, a former Canyon
and A. and M. student; Aldah
Young of Denton who attends C.
I. A.; Thelma Carrell of Canyon;
and a quartette composed of Mrs.
Jock Lowry, Mrs. Rufus Swiat,
Henry Young and Olie concluded
the program. Rev. Arthur Brewer of
Midway gave a short talk.
Mrs. Ella Middleton of Amarillo
spent the holidays with her mother
Mrs. S. J. Glazner and sister, Mrs.
Tom Cunningham and family
Walter Conway and family, Henry
Sasser and children of San Juan, N.
M., spent the holidays at the Har-
rison Conway home and visited oth-
er relatives here.
Mrs. J. E. Lowe returned home
last week from Hobbs, N. M., where
she had visited her son Gene Lowe
and family the past six weeks. Her
daughter Miss Zetta Lowe of Far-
11 well, accompanied her home for a
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Thompson
and baby daughter of Mangum,
Okla., visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Thompson and other rela-
tives during the holidays.
Mr. De Bord of Tennessee is visit- j
ing his brother, George DeBora and
Grandmother Sparlin’s funeral
was held at the Church of Christ
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock with
burial in the Plymouth cemetery.
She was a pioneer settler of the
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lowe and
children of Marland, Okla., visited
his grandmother, Mrs. 8. J. Glaz-
ner and other relatives here during
Miss Ruby Payne visited her cou-
sin Oscar Payne and family, several
days the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Turner and
small children visited their daugh-
ter and husband and little son, Mr.
and Mrs. Willis Minatura of near
Littlefield the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fritts and
Mae Jean and Belva, visited Mrs.
W. W. Johnson and family in the
O. A. Fike home of Salt Fork, Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cunningham
By Mrs. Kermit Howard
Those who visited in the Harvey
home Christmas were Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Harvey and children of Dallas,
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Campbell and
daughter of San Antonio and Miss
Cuba Harvey of Los Angeles, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Conner and
children of Comanche, Tex., are vis-
iting with relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Isaacs and
baby visited in the W. G. Copeland
Miss Rachel Harris of Amarillo
is spending this week at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Copela.id and
Mrs. W. G. Copeland visited in the
Gentry Isaacs home Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul O’Neal are vis-
iting. with relatives here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Young will re-
turn to their home in Arkansas
Miss Flora Davis of Shamrock is
spending a few days in the Adams
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cleveland
spent the night Tuesday in the W.
G. Copeland home.
Those who were dinner guests in
the Kermit Howard home Saturday
were Mr. and Mrs. Finis O'Neal, Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. Copeland
Mrs. W. G. Copeland. Mrs. H. A.
O'Neal, W. F Shipman and Edd
Painted With 04
GROCERY & MARKET
24-OUNCE QUART JAR
PEANUT BUTTER, 19c
MIT Tf 3 Large Cans - 20C
lYllliKV 3 Small Cans — 10c
SYRUP ££Td gaL 59c
UO undertaking in his art was
too vast for Peter Paul Rubens,
celebrated Flemish painter of the
17th century. He gloried in great
canvasses and many of them at
“The large size of a picture,” he
i once declared, "gives us painters
1 more courage to represent our
ideas with the utmost freedom and
semblance of reality.” And Rubens
proved his philosophy.
One of the notable achievements
in all art was his famous series
of 24-pictures, depicting the life
of Marie de Medici, queen-mother
of France. The sketches for all,
these were executed in Antwerp,
Mr and I Rubens employing at times as
many as a dozen distinguished
collaborators in the work. But the
final touches Rubens invariably
placed himself. In the Medici
Mrs, Roy Franklin of McLean and j groUpi the complete retouching
”"J ” was finished in four years.
Painter of deep vigor and in-
tense action, Rubens came to be
known as most prolific of his time,
perhaps of all time. He roamed
fiom Italy to Belgium, painting
myriad religious subjects. Some
of the greatest of these were his
“Massacre of the Innocents,” “The
Martyrdom of St. Peter.” His
Love” and the
|i “Village Feast'
! were equally
J Rubens (1577-
1640) is shown
here on a 1930
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Mrs. Robert Terry of Lela called in
the Kermit Howard home Saturday
By Mrs. 3. C. Nix
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Attaway and
Mary G. were dinner guests in the
Hawsher home of Shamrock Christ-
Miss Maru Trostle spent the holi-
days with her parents.
Billie Ruth Shaw spent the holi-
days at Aberdeen with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Reeves and
children were Sunday dinner guests
in the Attaway home.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Lamb of
Kingsmili spent Christmas holidays
with relatives here and in adjoining
Rev. Story filled his appointment
here Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brown spent
The New Year
1938 Joins the
The ever widening horizon of future
progress is soon to reside in the oppor-
tunities given by the New Year.
One of our resolutions is to serve you
with increased efficiency and with even
greater appreciation for your loyalty and
support, for which we sincerely thank
Tax Assessor and Collector
AND OFFICE FORCE
Monday night with their son, C. V.
and children and Mrs. S. J. Glazner j Brown of Lela who has been ill.
~~J ■- Mary G. Attaway spent Thursday
and Mrs. Ella Middleton visited in
the W. H. McCutcheon home of
night of last week with Frances
Nelson of Groom.
Rev. O. C. Coppage of Shamrock j Rev. and Mrs. Earl Yarbough and
NO. 2 CANS
TOMATOES, 4 for 29c
OXYDOL, £: 20c
BACON, Pound 27c
GOOD STEAK p°u"d 15c
rtev. u. t.. Vvuppage ui ouamruca , Rev. ana Mrs. jsau rtuuvug..
filled his regular 4t,h Sunday ap- j children of Dumas visited the lady’s
pointment at the Methodist Church
at the morning hour, and at Aber-
deen Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Griffin and
small daughters of near Erick,
Okla., spent the week-end with the
lady’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
Fae Jean Fritts visited Marjory
Willard o f Neetwood, Tuesday
The Christmas trees and programs
sister, Mrs. T. E. Trostle this week.
W. M. S. met in the home of Mrs.
W. Z. Baker Monday afternoon with
nine members and three visitors
present. Rev. Story and family call-
ed during the afternoon.
The Christmas tree and program
was much enjoyed by all present.
Santa Claus distributed many gifts
and sacks of fruits, nuts, and can-
dies to the children.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitt Bullard and
children left for Floydada Christ-
mas day but car trouble at Well-
ington forced them to return home
without completing- their trip.
Dick Cody of Dallas spent the
holidays here with relatives.
Since only a glad heart
can give value to out-
ward possessions, we are
desiring for you this
New Year a plenitude of
joys so rich that they
will give you a fair
measure of joy through-
It has been a genuine pleasure to
serve you in years past, and we trust that
if we can be of service to you during the :
coming twelve months, that you will not
I hesitate to call upon us. f
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] W. 0. PUETT I
1 $ W‘,***w-
here and at Dozier and Midway
Thursday and Friday nights were
dchind 'the power that deliver! tke
"Lait Wallop” it a build-up of
energy, rciiitance and itamina.
COTTONSEED MEAL-the rich-
in-protein concentrate for live-
stock, is full of the nutrients nec-
essary for building up muscle,
energy, fat, milk production, and
for the maintenance of health and
resistance in all your form animals.
That "LAST POUND"
of Cotton!eed Meal
Is your livestock rations,
will help deliver tke
"wallop” of snore profits
feeding COTTONSEED MEAL properly, along witk your farm
grains, silage end pictures, adds that final "wallop” of finish for
topping the beef market) for increasing milk production of dairy
COWS) for making quick gains in hog fattening) for increasing stay-
ing power of work animals) for profitable sheep raising) far keeping
breeding animals vigorous and healthy.
WEST TEXAS COnONOIL CO.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Roman Beauty Apples, 9Qp
Bushel $1.00, Peck...................
Doz. small 10c, 2 doz. med.
SCHILLING’S COFFEE, 1-lb can .. 25c
SCHILLING’S COFFEE, 2-lb can .. 49c
P. & G. SOAP, 7 giant bars............25c
Kellogg’s Corn Flakes, jQp
2 large packages ...................... *
(CEREAL BOWL FREE)
PEANUT BUTTER, qt. jar............ 25c
SALAD DRESSING, 99p
OR RELISH SPREAD, qt......
JELL-O, all flavors, pkg. .................. 5c
MATCHES, 6-box carton ................ 19c
HERSHEY’S COCOA, 1-lb can...... 14c
SEEDLESS RAISINS, 2 lbs............ 15c
SEEDLESS RAISINS, 4 lbs........... 29c
Great West Flour, 5Q
Pride of West Flour,
PRIDE OF WEST FLOUR, 24 lbs. 65c
MACARONI. 3 regular pkgs........... 10c
PINEAPPLE, No. 2 </2 can ............. 22c
APRICOTS, No. 2 */2 can 19c
PHILLIPS TOMATO JUICE, can 5c
2 reg. cans ...... 15c
2 cans ................25c
3 No. 2 cans .... 25c
DEL MONTE CORN,
2 No. 2 cans .... 25c
EARLY JUNE PEAS,
No. 2 can..........10c
PURE MAID PEAS,
med. can ............ 6c
PORK & BEANS,
1-lb can ..............6c
SALT BACON, No. 1, ft.................... 17c
GOLDEN BRAND OLEO, 2 fts. 29c
BOLOGNA, large, ft ..................... 12
HAMBURGER MEAT, ft 12*40
PURE LARD, 1|C
Bring your pail, !t>........................-........................ *
HELPS THOSE WHO HELP THEMSELVES
P. T. BOSTON, Owner & Mgr.
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Bones, Percy. The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 198, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 30, 1937, newspaper, December 30, 1937; Shamrock, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth526243/m1/3/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shamrock Public Library.