The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, May 24, 1946 Page: 3 of 6
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Christine Kite spent the week-1 Harvey Logins of Crane, Mrs
n in ainview. She and her Kate Jennings of Odessa and Mrs
T_itM.pi ,„v,„ i Willie Crapps went to Pecos Sun-
day ond fished in the river. They
caught 25 pounds of fish.
John Lee Green, son of Mrs.
Crystell Green, spent the week-
end in Lamesa with his grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
TIB SMHfOLK SENTINEL
Mr and Mrs. C. O. Trimble
of Hobbs, N. M. were guests
Sunday of his mother, Mrs. W.
brother, Laverl, who has com-
pleted the senister at Wayland
College there, returned Monday.
Una Hart Abbott is one of the
190 candidates for graduation
•at the 20th annual commence-
ment exercises of Texas Teeh-
noligical college June 3. ^Lhe
will receive a B. S. Degree in
foods and nutrition.
Mrs T. C. Johnson and daugh-
ter, Mrs Tommy Allen, returned
Saturday fom Paris, where they
attended the funeral of Mrs.
Johnson's mother, Mrs. B R.
Vacation Bible school for young-
sters four through 14 will begin
June 3 at 9:30 a. m. at the Meth-
odist church. Complete informa-
tion will be given in next week's
Paul Tipton and Jack Marcu-
left Tuesday to visit with Paul's
relatives in Drumright, Okla.
They will be gone an indefinate
Miss Ruby Heath, who is a
teacher in O'Donnell came Sun-
day to visit her mother. Mrs.
Annie Heath, until the summer
j semester opens at Texas Tech
I in Lubbock.
Mrs. Nancy Roberts underwent
major surgery in the West TVxas
Hospital rn Lubbock Monday.
With her were her mother, Mrs.
Nanny English, her sister Mrs.
Verna Ferrell and a brother, A.
Cadet Nurse Mary Pearl Jones
of Lubbock spent the weekend
with her mother, Mrs. L. D.
A W. Dauphin and son, Jim-
Freida Caulkins spent the i
end in Odessa with Mr. and
tt CN u u n ....... vpiuv-ivajii
English, all of Semin.le. She • mie. left last weekend for I. ‘v-, Superior
Robert Ebert left Monday for
Chickasha, Okla.. to work far
Mr and Mrs. C. C. Lowe of
Colorado City spent Saturday and
Mothers day here with their son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Farrar.
Mrs. Johnnie Sparks and chil-
dren, Jackie and Johnna Faith,
and Isaac Trimble attended the
circus at Lamesa Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Berl Ancell re-
turned Thursday from parts of
Colorado and New Mexico where
they spent two weeks vacation.
Olena Shilingbcrg of Odessa vis-
ited friends in Seminole Sunday.
Mrs. George Morris is visiting
her daughters,, Mrs. Howard Un-
I derwood and Mrs. Jack Stone,
j Mrs. Stone, the former Patsy Jen-
nings is graduating tonight and
Mrs. Morris came for that event.
. _ , ,T . . ] Mrs. Hattie Patterson visited
Mrs. Carl Hoague of Lamesa; her brother, B. F. Birdwell, at
was a guest of her cousin, Wil- Hale Center Sunday and Monday,
ma Dyke, Wednesday. _____
—--W. H. Birdwell is ilL He .spent
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farrar were: two days in the hospital last
called to Littlefield Sunday to the week.
bedside of the former's father, _—
Who is quite ill.
Visiting Mrs. R. B. Holmes
Friday of Last week were her
and Mary Holmes of Brownfield,
grandchildren, Betty Jean, Don
their maternal grandmother, Mrs.
P. J. Jeffries of Paris and an
aunt, Mrs. Richard Clem of Ar-
tesia, New Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fair of
Fort Worth visited recently with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1,. H.
Mrs C. W. Lambert went to
Levelland Sunday where she
visited a daughter, Mrs. E. L.
Wright and her husband. She
was accompanied as far as Brown-
field by her daughter, Marie, who
visited friends in Lubbock.
Rev. and Mrs. Sam Malone
of Spearman were here last week
where they were the guests of
their sons and wives. Mr. and
Mrs. Bab Malone and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Malone, Jr.
was resting well Tuesday
Mr and Mrs. W S. Barker,
and daughter, Mrs. Jack Thomp-
soti, of Big Spring spent the
weekend in San Angelo with
Mr. and Mrs. Alene McKaughan.
They returned Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Wolfe had
as their weekend guests a nep-
hew and family, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Pryor and Miss lairene
Wolfe, their daughter, all of
Miss Pinkey Brack, a teacher
in the Seminole Public Schools,
left Wednesday to spend the
summer vacation in Denison,
her former home.
Oleta Belle Waldrop will leave
Monday to attend the youth fel- i
owship summer assembly at Mc-
Wurr i v. at Abilene She
T ill represent the Seminole Meth-
xlist church and the course will
list one week
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Lindsey
of Lamesa were guests Thursday
oi their daughter, Mrs Max
Gray, and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lakey
are spending a weeks vacation
with relatives in New Orleans,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Long had as
their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs
H. J. Ploucher and daughter
Harold Jean of Toledo, Ohio.
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Mr. and Mrs. C M. Albin of
Comanche visited Mrs. Fay Alger
and Mr. and Mrs. C. K Rollins
over the weekend.
Jean Wilkins of Marietta, Okla
came Sunday to spend the sum-
mer with her sister, Mrs Gene
Billingsley and family.
Mrs. W T Roberts who has
been critically ill was much
worse Tuesday She is in a hos-
pital in Roswell, N. M. and her
husband, daughter, and mother
have been with her all week.
Others visiting her were her bro-
ther and wife, Mr and Mrs J.
R. Coker, and an aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. J E. Greenwood
Mr. and Mrs. William Beard
had .is their guests Monday night
I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ramsey of
| southern Arizona.
| Mr and Mrs. R. H McCrum-
I men of I.ubbu.k. parents of Mrs
C. M George, entertained sev-
ieral guests from Seminole Sat.
night with a barbecue in thier
i back yard Mr. and Mrs George
were their weekend guests.
The MoCooks were dinner
guests Wednesday night of flic
Mrs Jack Powell accompanied
her brother and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. D. M. Allen to Lamesa Mon-
day where Mrs. Allen underwent
a major operation in the Frazier
Hospital. She is recovering nicely.
Mr. and Mrs T E. Taylor left
Monday morning for an extended
visit in Dwlhart with their dau-
ghter, Mrs. Dan Preuit and
elland where they will spend an
indefinate time on a' job.
Yates Patton arrived in Sem-
inole Sunday morning ' after re-
ceiving a naval discharge at San
Pedro, Calif Ha will reside in
Seminole with his parents tem-
Ebert and their daughter wfl
join him as soon as living quar-
tets are available.
A. L. Duff. Jr., and Lewis Wrf-
ker, of Farmington, N M. came
Saturday for a weeks visit with
their parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Duff and Mrs. M. B. Walker.
Mrs. A. C. Wilson of Oklahoma
City is visiting her sister, Mrs.
T 1). Walker.
Mrs. J. W. Harwel and son of
Artesla, N. M., came in Monday
to spend a few days with Mr. I
old Mrs. Roy Patton.
Mr and Mrs. Moreland spent
Thursday and Friday visiting
their children, Mr. and Mrs. Q 7.
Martin at Sweetwater and Lewis
Moreland at Lubbock
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Midland Phone 400
Mr. and Mrs. Dale McCook
and daughter, Mary Dale, left
Thursday for Dodge City, K.ms.i ,
where he will assume employ-
ment with an insurance agency.
He was band director in Sem-
inole for about three years and
resigned this term to enter the
Mrs Emma Austin returned
early last week from Midland
and Stanton where she was a
weekend visitor. In Midland she
visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank laird
and other friends and in Stanton
site was a guest of Mr. and Mrs
W T Cowell, who were cele-
brating thier golden wedding
Jack Bryant left Sunday for
Oklahoma City, Okla. on an ex-
tended business trip
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CHROME DINNETTE SETS
ELECTRIC STEAM IRONS
ELECTRIC STEAM IRONS
Porch and Lawn Furniture
Bennett Hardware & Furniture
Mr and Mrs. O. T. While went
to Lubbock on business Monday.
Mrs. O. T. White and son,
Tommy, left Thursday for El.
dorado, Arkansas to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Call C
Gray. Mr. White will join them
there, June 9 and they will re-
turn the first of July.
I o business men, low cost electric power means
more and better business. Take good light-
ing for instance. Good lighting displays
merchandise better... customers can tee
\*ter what they buy.
Our vast expansion program is helping
business grow in the territory we serve.
There is an abundance of power for everyone,
including homes, farms and industries.
No 19 of a leriei of od*octit§montt dotignod to holp build thii lost growing territory in which wo serve
21 YEARS Of COOD CITIZENSHIP AND PUBLIC SERVICE
We have purchased and will have on display
the last of this week several
lots of office furniture
Steel Filing Cabinets
Wood Filing Cabinets
We have received a large shipment of Office Supplies
which will treble our former stock. This new merchan-
dise will be displayed as soon as shelving space is pro-
vided. It is available now.
No more Job Printing delays
The Sentinel Job Printing plant is in full operation ond
fully manned. There will be no long delays in delivery
of printing in the future. Bring your jobs in and get
them WHEN YOU WANT THEM, allowing only the
reasonable time for turning out the work. In fhe Sen-
tinel office even that is less because of the new auto-
matic printing equipment.
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The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, May 24, 1946, newspaper, May 24, 1946; Seminole, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth556007/m1/3/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.