The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 91, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1950 Page: 2 of 12
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The Cameron Herald
April 27, 1960
It. II. Dnvaney, ST, died of # heart
attack, at the home of his daughter
Mrs. Ollie Pruitt in Baytown early
Mr. Davaney was a resident of
Cameron and had been visiting in the
home of his daughter for a few day*.
Among his survivors are two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Virgil Coward of Cameron
and Mrs. Ollie Pruitt of Baytown
and one son, Hugh Davaney of Hay-
He is also survived by three grand-
sons: Bob Hensley, Eugene Davaney
and W. (’. Davaney two grand daugh-
ters, Doris Davaney and Janice
Pruitt, all of Baytown and one great
grandson, David Davaney.
Funeral services were held from
the Chapel of Marek-Burns Funcrnl
Home at 2:00 p. m. Thursday, April
20, 1050. Burial was made in the
Mrs. Will Lake is ill and a patient
at Newton Memorial Hospital.
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COURT HOUSE NEWS
It, I1EI.PIIYA SCOTT
Eugene Albert Mltchan anil Grace
I,a Verne Leonard.
Jewell Clark, et vlr, to Edgar Car-
ver, et al, undvivided interest in 230.3
acres of the T. J. Carver lands, in
Milam county $10.(10.
A. L. Harper et al, to J. S. Hubert,
bits Nos. 3 and 4 in block K of the
John Gartner addition to Cameron,
in the D. Monroe survey, $750.
Adolph Richter et nl, to John llub-
nik et al, 2 acres of the James Reed
Mary Hubnik et vir, to Emil Wul-
zel 25 8-10 acres of the James Reed
Herbert Deason et ux, to J. G. l’u-
terbaugh, 02 acres of the W. H.
Temple survey, $10 and other val-
John C. Muse et ux, to Frank W.
Perrin, lots Nos. 8, 0, 10, 11, 12 and
13 in block No. 5 of the D. Monroe
grant in the Terral Adition to City of
John Brasher et ux, to R. C. Pikes,
lot No. 31 of the VV. W. Greer’s Addi-
tion to City of Cameron, a part of
the D. Monroe grant. $1,200.
Harvic (’haddock, Jr. to J. G.
Putcrhaugh, 110 808-5645 acres of
the W. A. Hamilton lands s|0 and
other valuable considerations.
Burns C. Graham et ux, to Homer
F. Humphrey et ux, 150xl6<* feet of
land in block II in the City of Cam-
eron in Hefley Heights addition to
City of Cameron, $7,300.
H. E. Graham to Clarence R. Cum-
mings et ux, lots Nos. 9 and 10 of
block No. 5 of the Country Club Ad-
dition to City of Cameron $10 and
other valuable considerations.
F. A. Bethea et ux, to Veterans
Land Board, 04 acres of the B. W.
EMORY B. CAMP
“for your every need’
F. H. A. LOANS G. I. LOANS
| Holtselaw survey, $6,170,
City of Rockdale, to Mrs. Joe Hirt,
Lot No. 47 in Addition D of tin
J, (). O. F. cemetery of Rockdale,
R. L. Butte, Jr. to Edwin C. Gandy,
20.64 acres of the Thomas Curry
\V. 11. Maxwell Jr., Dodge Express.
James E. Bryant, Chevrolet Tudor.
Hubert Jistel, Chevrolet 4-door.
Lon L. Williams, Ford Tudor.
G. T. Woods, Ford Pickup.
Charlie R. Morgan, Ford Pickup.
Pete Osstricil, Ford Pickup.
John F. Westbrook, Ford Tudor.
John C. Haygood, Buick 4-door Se-
(Tan R. White, Chevrolet Tudor.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McLerran, Chev-
E. A. Fogle, Oldsmobile 2-door Se-
Jesse Kirk, Buick Sedanet.
John A. Heemnn, Chevrolet Tudor.
C. L. Sadbcrry Jr., Buiek 4-door
James L. Patxke, Ford Tudor.
Otto Q. Preusee, Buick 2-door Ri-
Donald V. Otting, Pontiac 4-door
Robert B. Dosch, Chevrolet 4-door.
A. E. Ryan Jr., Ford ( lube Coupe.
’ J. D. King, Chevrolet Pickup.
(\ B. McQuinn, Chevrolet CC BX.
Gansc* Man Quits Race
Favors Senator V ick
For Lieut. Governor
E. C. Weafer of Cause, Milam
County, Saturday announced his with-
drawal from the race for Lieutenant
Goveronr and cast his support to
Senator Kyle Vick of Waco.
"Because of my present duties as
promotional director of the Milk Bowl
a national classic for small fry
elevens played annually at Cameron,
I am withdrawing from the race for
Lieutenant Governor,” Weafer said.
“I have made, however, a study of
the qualifications of the other can-
didates for the office and find that
I am enthusiastically in favor of
Senator Kyle Vick of Waco.”
Weafer announced severnl weeks
ago that he would seek the post of
Lieutenant Governor of Texas, and
has been listed as a major condidate
in the rnce.
Weafer is the idea-man for the
Pee Wee football game played an-
nually in the Milk Bowl for young
gridiron stars of 14 years and under.
Mrs. Alfred Price is a patient at
Newton Memorial Hospital.
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Clifford Thompson of Waco visited
in the home of hi* mother, Mrs.
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Thompson is employed by the lirusos
River Transmission Electric Corpor-
ation in Waco.
Mrs. George Logan of Burlington
visited Mrs. R. H. Clark and Mrs.
Charlie Terry here ami attended the
revival at lthe First Baptist ( hurch
Wednesday and Thursday of lust
Mrs. Grady Gill, Patsy and David
Lynn Gill, Mary Lou and Betty Jo
Mullinax, Betty Holloway and Hon L.
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White, Jefferson B. The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 91, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1950, newspaper, April 27, 1950; Cameron, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth577066/m1/2/: accessed October 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.