The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 91, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1950 Page: 3 of 16
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too whon you install the convenient Reed Wind-O-
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and trouble-free tervlce for many lummer* to come.
The Reed Window Fan above i* *hown with the at-
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And i big. "Must" is thu ama/mg new quiet of
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Carolyn and Betty Sue, daughter*
of Mr. and Mr*. Ora Arnold who
have been ill and in Newton Memorial
Hospital this week are much improv-
ed and will return home aoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Terry viaited in
Houaton the firat of last week and in
Clifton the past week end. They viait-
ed friends and relativea on the tripa,
while they are on vacation.
Mra. Thad Bailey and daughter,
Dianne apent a few daya last week in
the home of her husband’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bailey.
Lt. Modene (Jregory, Army Nurse
Corpse Keserve of Galvestion, has
completed her reserve training in Ft.
Sam Houston and ia visiting her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gregory
Miss Aetna Smith and sister, Mrs.
Lilia Thoms*, visited in Temple Wed-
nesday, on business.
Imelda Hanel. daughter of Mr. and t Mr. and Mra. T- F Tompkins and Mis* Joyce Smalley returned home
Mrs. Frank Hanel who ha, been a Jeanne of Victoria visited Mrs. Clara ^^TompT.^
patient in 8t. Edward Hospital ha* Draahear and family over the week
returned to her home much improved, end.
Misa Jeanne Tompkins of Victoria
ia vlaiting her grandmother, Mrs.
Clara Brashear and family here thia
Father's Day guests in the home
of Judge and Mrs. Ed Gunn were
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moll and son, Jim-
my of Beaumont, Mr. and Mrs. John
F. Cook and son, Johnny of Houston,
Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Fitzgerald and two
children, Billy and Mary Ann and
Elmer C. Gunn, wife and two daugh-
ters, Beverley and June of San Mar-
Miss Marcella Jinks was a guest
in the home of her brother, Mr. and
Mrs. John Jinks last week end. Miss
Jinks is a graduate nurse and has
been with the Scott and White Hos-
pital in Temple a number of years.
She also visited other relatives in
Cameron and Splawn while here.
Mr. and Mra. Ladis Marek and soti
I.adis, Jr. have returned from an en-
joyable vacation trip to Corpus
Chriati, Brownsville, Mexico and the
Rio Grand Valley. They reported
an enjoyable trip. _
THINK IT OVER!
When someone slops advertising, someone stops buying.
When someone stops buying, someone stops selling.
When someone stops selling, someone stops making.
When someone stops making, someone stops earning.
When someone stops earning, someone slops buying.
All of which preaches a powerful business lesson to
every American who is interested in helping to maintain
our high standard of living.
The Cameron Herald
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BEFORE YOU BUY ANY -
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your own "proving ground”—the steepest hill you can
find, the roughest road, the tightest traffic!
That’s the way, the only way to get the famous Ford
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every day, that the ’30 Ford is the one fine car in the
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Mr. and Mra. R. L. Storey have re-
turned from a months visit with their
children in Houston.
Jerry Williams of Galveston visited
in the Tom Favor home over the week
Mr. and Mra. T. A. Bowser of
Van Nuys, California, arrived Tues-
day night for n two week’s visit here
with her mother, Mrs. Annie Reese.
They will bo joined here by Wayland
Hughes wife ami family of College
Station for the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Posey, Jr. of
San Francisco were guests of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Posey
here the past week. While here they
also visited in the home of his sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Manley at Pasa-
Mrs. Samuel T. Sims, Sr. of Ala-
bama visited Mr. and Mrs. Sammy
Sims ami Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sch-
lemmer in Cameron the past week.
Miss Aleene Griswold has returned
to Austin where she holds the posi-
tion of secretary to the Fast Avenue
Bnptist Church. Aleene visited
friends and relatives in Cameron and
vicinity while on her vacation. She
formerly served Cameron First Bap-
tist as Church secretary.
Friends of Mrs. M. M. Chambers
will regret to know that she is ser-
iously ill at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Baskin of
Route 1, Cameron spent father’s day
in Houston with their son and fami-
ly, Mr. and Mrs. Roma Haskins and
son, Gary. They also visited in Gal-
Mrs. Rosa Kemp Adams, Mrs. Lu-
cille Byroni and L. W. Kemp all of
Houston were week end guests in the
Kemp home on west main street.
The Cameron Herald
June 29, 1950
Mrs. Earl Moseley, Mrs. B. F.
Goodrich, Wilma Faye Baldridge,
Barbara Jo Young, Charlotte Collins,
Kate McLane, Betsy Caperton, and
Virginia Graham have returned from
Mary-Hardin Baylor College at Bel-
ton where they attended the annual
House Party of the Baptist denomi-
nation. Mrs. Wells Smith, Vera Ruth
Turner, Joyce Allison, Jo An McLane,
and Mary. Neil McClellen attended
the Coronation exorcises there Thurs-
your radio—WE repair It—you pay
less for our service. Any make radio.
PARMA RADIO SERVICE.
WE DON'T EXPERIMENT with
Mrs. Myrtle Solomon of Galves-
ton, and Mrs. Ollie Houston and
daughter, of Houston, are guests of
their sister and family, Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. Jackson, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Reese and
family of Corpus Chriati, have con-
cluded a visit here with his mother,
Mrs. Annie Reese.
Mrs. R. J. Derrett and Mrs. W. A.
White of Baytown visited in the
home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Malone the past week end.
Mrs. Pearl Drozd has accepted a
position at Cameron Gas Equipment
Co. She is enjoying her work and
invites the public to visit the new
store any time.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
June 30 and July 1
FEED bright, leafy hay from rolled bale* — weather-re-
sistant balea, with leaves still on the stems and
wrapped inside where they can’t shake out.
TIME your hay harvest to suit yourself — to get better
hay, to fit In with other farm work.
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wraps with ordinary binder twine.
flie R0T0-BALER takes less manpower, less tractor
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CAMERON, TEXAS PHONES 477 and 364-J
From where I sit... /y Joe Marsh
This'll Wake Us Upl
Because it couple of thoughtless
drivers threw a newspaper out of
their car yesterday, Misa Gilbert,
our school principal, nearly had a
She was following them on the
highway and the paper flattened
over her windshield, so she couldn’t
see. In a minute her little eoupe
was acrosa the line—right in the
path of an oncoming trailer-truck.
It missed ... but only just!
The parties were recognised snd
soon aa I heard about it I ran over
to Sheriff Harper—demanded they
be brought up on chargea. But
Harper says: ‘‘Hold on, Joe. Let’s
talk this out, over supper and a
glass of beer at Andy’s.”
He pointed out that those men
aren't criminals. Just careless, like
a lot of us seem to be getting these
daye, judging from the trash you
see along roadsides. From where I
alt, thia near accident may be the
lesson we need to make us etop lit-
tering our roads — and start show*
ing a little tolerant consideration
for our neighbors!
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White, Jefferson B. The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 91, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1950, newspaper, June 29, 1950; Cameron, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth577667/m1/3/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.