The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1926 Page: 3 of 12
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Sffli* *»»■■» of tbla iMfo.
Mum A Tory u4 Cirno Hpwlil-
ly. with uy otkm. dmrn mi-
ever thli fir* county-
ly. with aiy
a II fcf patting (
by donning the premium*. but thoao
two jam did practically all the work
•* **• aa furnishing a good part t -------
of the wtpaaai money oat of their .,.»*Vf'lgpotl!
own pariteta. Wo fool that their «f-| l*h»»»l«l fVs**!
fort* will hear fruit far out In the
B. p. Woodl? and I. It. Brooka.
were buatnea* caller* at Mnleahoo
Part* of faatro county hare had
hoary ralna daring the pait week.
Moan hall la reported but no con-
Newa of tha death of lira. Frank
Tenhaha of the Naaareth commnalty.
cam# a* a aurprlao laat Tueaiay
morning. Mho waa apparently l« goad
Imalth and went to TuUa Monday but
dorolupad acute ladlgeatioa aai died
darlat the night. Their many fdeada
extend aympathy to the hereared om
Mererel of the erhoaia of Oaotro ooua-
ty look uart In Dm county aehaol lair
and poultry ahow which wan atagod
Bara la Dlnuultt lalurday. May 8.
All of tha achool exhibits were
■Imply apleadld tad ahowa credit tn
thoao aekaola entering the fair. The
rarlope achoal display* ahow that
mv of (he achool* of a«r eauaty are
dotag a apleadld grade of work and
the general trend of the work ehowe
that the teaehore are teaohlng the
hope and glvla to ueo their hands
aa wall aa their head*. The only ed-
ucation that pay* I* the kind that can
la aaad |* mn day Ufa. last u*
•aka our aducatlopal ayatem more
ptartleal and of tka kind that will
prepare our people for better rlttiena.
All of the achoola entering the fair
glade a apleadld allowing hut Jumbo
atood first among the rural achoola
it the county, therefore winning the
picture offered by the IMmihltt Mer-
cantile. the picture offered by the
Star Grocery and the baaehall offered
by T. W. Malooe. Hunnyslde ran Jum-
bo for a cloae second, while Cleo waa
wot far behind. The Flagg aehool ex-
hlhltad aome of the heat mapa of
•oath America and the Tailed State*
that waa put la the fair. Of oonrae
iMmmltt had a fine exhibit boo ring
the hlgheat tn the primary exhibit,
hut she did not compete with th"
rural achoola. Next year aha will.
Ito the aohoola that did not bring
aa exhibit to the fair, we mlaaed you
and sincerely trust that you begin
now to make preparation to be rep-
resented next year.
The poultry ahow waa simply flue
when I aay there were S4 entries
made. It shows much Interest among
the ponltry producers of thla county.
Those winning the prises were aa
m°" CM M*
1st. No. 1A—Barred Rock—J. B.
Turner. IlSO. .
dad. No. 9—White Rock Robert
Srd. No. in--Ruff Orpington - Mr*.
l*t. No. 2tV Single comb Leghorn
Rankin Reynold*. SSS.'VO.
2nd No. Anmna Mr*. R .R
aril. No 20 Single comb Foghorn
lit. No. #--White Bock-Robert
tad. No. 14—Buff Orpington Mr*
Frank Shepard. $2«> . „
3rd. No. IS—Barred Rock-J. B.
lat. No. at—Black Minorca*—s. C.
tad. No. 14—Barred Rocka-Mra.
j. B. Turner. WOO
Srd. No. tS—White Oorntah—Mrs.
l«t. No. wfthode Talaad Bed*—
H. H. Hoachaaa, 11.00 bottle para-
tad. No. tT-Whlta L#|fearaa-
Bankla Reynolds, box of Walko
Srd. No. IS—Roff Orplngtoos—Mrc.
obStaa aad Wear Laird, of Am
rlUo. took • e'ctuck dinner with Mrs.
Mayea MtBcr Buaday.
Bruce Gerdts of Tails, waa a baa
taeaa visitor tu Blmmltt Tuaoday.
r. M. Seal* of 4>MMtoaM. la ban
vUirtag bis cousin. Mrs. R K. Roth
well or the Bethel community.
\\ A. Skelton, iif Hereford, waa a
ualucs* visitor tn Dlnimltt. Tuceday.
lev. I.lpaenmb of FUkitiew. was la
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Sharp aad
Mr*. Marvin Prate. of Lubbock. ae-
iMUiiwnled Mrs. J. R. Miller, mother
of Mr*. Ray Bh*ffy, to the home of
the latter Monday and were dinner
lucat* In her home.
Mrs R. B. Boren wa* caught In a
big rain nt Flagg Monday.
Mr. aad Mrs. L P. White aad
family apaat Mother* Day with Mra.
White1* mother, at fhaude.
Mr. and Mrs. >1. R. Ranta visited
Mra. Ranta'a mother at Aheraatky
set only won In the aehaol
but aiao the bail game with
Immltt team last Saturday, It
Ha llae-upa were aa follow*:
Bari Hembree, catcher
Andrew Murphy, aaooad baa*.
Mraoka Fawlar. left field.
Morphy Hardy, center Held.
Clyde Shepard, right field.
Claude Londhottom. abort Mop.
R. Ricketts, catcher.
Brad •Spencer, pitcher.
A. Hunter, flrat baa*.
Marow ftpeacer, aacoad baaa.
P. Oarnatchail. third baaa.
M. Sander*, left field.
L. Andrews center field.
C. Plakert. right field.
Cherry and Webb umpire*.
The laat meeting of the P. T. A.
will be held the night of May 14.
Rrery cltlaen «nd patron I* Invited
to attend. There will lie n aoclal hour
after the huslncs* mid program.
"Play Ground Recreation"
"If thoae who nr«t the vnciulca of
Innocent aniuacincnt had th* direction
of the world, they would take away
the spring of youth—th# former from
the year, and the latter from th* hu-
Song- Ml mo* Tiorcne Tate and lie-
"Constructive pleasure v« dcatruo-
Mve pleasure-Mrs. L P- White.
Readlng-Tlna Mae Wright
"Health In Play"—Mra.
Work wa* ataricd on two new
frame and *tucc» building* on the
lota owned by G. A. Harnett and
Donald Duree on the west aide of
th* square. Mr. Raruett la building a
2.1 by TO foot building on the corner
for hi* stock of dry g<**d* Mr. Du-
roe will have a 40 fopt building for
a poll office. Roll) thoae men suffer-
ed lease*a|ii the dlanatrou* fire of
February S Dlnimltt need* more fire-
proof buildings of thla kind
Wooldridge and Son are contractors
for the pom office, and Panhandle
9Mi>M Mkm Aaaa ttm of Last-
■ar.Jhd Mina Bah Warn vtaUad hi
4fc^#T V WOndbuiu baaa* laat Sat-
P. J. Owen
nan Mam * lafcmd m
in a tari’at
■rtakaa ta «
Mr. aad Mrs. C. H. Battaipk aad
Mn- a B. William* aad Mr. aad Mrs.
f, W. Ha tone, visited In tb* W. R.
Woodbura bam* last Sunday.
Mb and Mra. C. O. Reynolds aad
family. Mr and Mra. Jua GotWhou,
Mr. aad Mr*. * €. Iluckabay and
ana. Mr*. K. S. I’mheraon and aoa
and Mra. M. A. P*rgu*«n *nd son*,
enjoyed a family rennton at the home
of Mr. and Mr* Carlo* Reynold*
A aerrloe, pronounced by many to
he the moat Impressive ever attended,
waa held at the church last Sunday
In observance of Mother* l»ay. The
Sunday achool did not convene bat
the program was given at1 that hoar
The bouse waa beautifully deco
rated with much green foliage, while
a wreath of white flowers la tba
center af th* hark watt did boner to
thoae mother* who bare croaard over
to tbelr eternal boom.
Rev. Meador took the aervlce at tbe
11 o'clock hour and preached a good
sermon on the auhteet *f Mother
Following la th* program t
Song, "Ovid Bteas Our Mothers"—
■ettaday reralag. May is «t «h*
aaSmrt a nil laat am. The pahUr la me-
ilaareate aermoa 4br
will be Paaday or Mbf
odd rear- Suparlatradeat
Pray**—S. F. Crawford.
Welcome Mothera Dorothy Maple*
Song—Drothy Maple*. Gladys Hy-
att. Mtlllcent Haatlnga. Beaala Avery,
and Dtrlma* Ramey.
Song. "Home Sweet Homa"—Uttle
Reading. "Making Mother Happy"-
Solo, ‘TJltle Old Fashioned Mother"
. Vawi Gulluhan.
Reading. "NObody Know* but Moth
or"—Alvin Haatlnga. Rnel Ayer*. John
Henry n'Naalt, W. T. Fuller and Ma
•Thla la Mothera Day" -- Smmll
Brooks, Leon* Haatlnga. Hallle Malta*
Brasher*. Joan Barnett, Ruth Wright
and Kleannr Montgomery, Coma By
alt and lone Ml*.
Musical Grading, "Mothers Hongs-
Mrs Carlo* Reynolds
Solo. "She I* Calling M< " Buel
ijusrtetto—J. tl. Aver*. .! It Ool
lehon, A M Brownlee and Ona Rob
The Senior da** presented Iheelr
play. "Mr. Rob." laat Thursday #**
nlng to a very large audience, Mach
pupil is to he complimented for they
all did their part well and kept the
audience In auspcncc and laughter
the aehaol auditorium «ad Rev.
will deliver the
The ewmmeaccBwat i—n laaa
win be OB Friday evening. May tl
«M*et McDonald, of Waylaad
will give the ixiQMaeaoemant
b* Dlaamltt tmitle* Aid mot w.th
Mra. B- D Woodh«e laat Thuraday
sail a fair crowd waa twee
eat ahi took p«rt lu the dlsmaaioa
of the Sunday *rh»ol !••««, n Th <ec
are fine le**on* tnat see lielng *imtn««l
ta tb* huadav a n.'O ,uyt great
truths are belt t brought out every
Snaday and m st of them h.vre bees
ahowa tn the • udv *t (be ladles aid
If yon ***l t ■ gc' a greater par .f
the*# truths. 1 >lu (he aid Durum the
aoclal hour Mr« Woodlec served *
regular lum I <>u aa she **u wa doe*
Meadamca C H. Rudolph and J W
Bell, were the he*t Bible student*
All Who missed the regular meeting
of the Meiaodlat Mlanlonary Society
last Wedn< silay missed tbe moat lx
tereallag neetlna of the year. Rev
Ooughran met with tb* ladles and
made the leamw very clear and ,4ala
nasi a atudy <»ur*e tu lie taken at
soon. IS cry one who puaalbly can.
are urged to come to the mating
each Wednesday afternoon at the
church at S o'clock We will look for
you. Will yon be thcret
Mra. €. M Has am
cade attended the M
j^teomunl artmrt^Wmg mim
MhM fSawBa Farrtah aad Mia* At-
tbelaa Wlldsv. wag* gaaata «f Mias
Otodya tmm lam •
Mr sad Mra. Mmmte FaSumana vta-
Ited Mr. and Mra. Bart Springer
day a Hera* am.
■ Mrs. Albert Springer went calling
on Mrs. Kola
Wr,|iT*tnd Mra. Ivy Ramp, of C,d.e
rado. bare returned to their home af
ter visiting Mr Kemp** mother amt
father, Mr and Mrs B. It Kemp.
Mr and Me* J. J. tAndoey. Mr aad
Mr* C. B. Tice. rl*lted »<>e Greer*
Wednewday Tbev practlmut *ong* bvf
Mother* FHis at Frh>
Mr anil Mr* R It Kemp were
very happf oT*V the occasion of hav-
ing *l| their children at hoate laat
Hundav The** preraat out aid* th*
children atlll at home were, Mr aad
Mr* Ivy Keanp of CMbwado, Mr. and
Mr* I.other Wragn*\. of Mlaytoo
Mr aad Mr* J«vhn Kemp. Adrian;
Me. aad Mra
Ira. M. I* Hardy,
ladra. If ya« baar a rap
door, don't ba atarawd. It la
poddiav av a eamdMat*
Mias Net ho Da* Qmm aad
tswA *Np|«r Waiuaday alfb
Mr. aad Mr* tiaeer.
The little t«t» at Frio
a ahow at atonic* naming
when an know* to tholr aerthtra.
found none eml crepe paper aad
It freaty ua th*lr f*c*a aad k
They rarialuly were a clownish
Mr Frank Jakoob* nvwired 1
last Mond«y of tb* <te*lh uf kl* I
Fire originating la the taHor shop
owned by Walter Btmmoua. la tb*
O'Neall barber shop aome time Mon-
day night, and burned mo*t all tb*
tailor shop equipment together with
quite a few suits and other cloth**
left there fur work. The barber (hop
and Mr*. Statcup’* beauty parlor suf-
fered quite a little smoke and water
damage. The only reason that the
huthltag and contents were not a to
til loaa. waa Iwcausc of a brat rock
walla and tellings. The floor waa part-
or a ft <aw. purity tsiveredlby Inaur
Man Hard Luck
ttdwln Itaiucy I* mourning thla:
week. The wild gander died
Mr. H*mey ha* made quite a study
of the haldt* of wild geese, cs|M*clally
the raiiiidlnn He has had utic or two
captive* «ut on th* ranch for aome
two «r thn<e year*. Thla year, be
had a wild gander that he po»h*d
with a lame goose. The goo*e I* set
Mng nit twelve ergs that will ahow
the characicrlallca of a cro*» breed
But a day or two ago a Jersey calf
kicked the gander and brake tils neck.
Ho now the goora (amt Fatwla took
all the wav through The proceed* are ta mourning. Falwln aay* he will
Bdwln will go to help pay their graduating
expense! and they wish to thank the
puhlle for their support.
Primary grade* will give their pro-
gram Wednesday night, May 1H Ber
enih grad* exercise* will he Thur*
day night. May 20.
Th* revival meeting which ha* been
In progress for the (Mat two
try to get anoiher hv next mating
aeaaon. Many naturallsi* arc watch-
ing the rusiilt* of Mr Ramey'* ef
fort*. Th* eggs are ogpectml to batch
within (he next week.
Here and There
closed with last Monday night's aerv _ _
h e Although, the meeting did not of land lie purchased 'from Mr*
hrlnga the result* hoped for, atlll the
religious life of the community
haa bean built up and at rang! heard
by the strong spiritual sermon* of
Rev. Bruce Meador, who la the con
ferenoe evangelist of the Methodist
church lu the district. The Rev
Meador* made many frlcmla who arc
J. A. Neele of Children*, who I* a
contractor and builder. 1* building
n new home on hie place fl'4 miles
southwest on tho Flagg land. With
him are J. f, Wallace and Mr. King,
It Is reported that the team of old
men picked up around town last week
gave the first team o wallop to the
time of 1H to 2k at the end of the
ninth Inning. Then aome star player*
quit and tho Jackrabblta walked
The arniadh mouth line-up follows:
J. C. Howard, catcher.
I. B. Brooka and other*, pitcher.
G. A. Barnett, flrat base.
Back Shuford, aaooad baaa
L. F- RWta. third baae.
Baar Dura*, laft field.
for Mr Bennett's I hoping he may return aome time soon.
Mr Raymond Griffith lot* been
here several week* Improving a piece
> nurchasetl from Mr* W
It Green III* wife came Wednesday
and we give them a hearty welcome
to our community.
Mra. Mtagner apent a very plcaa
ant afternoon with Mrs J II llarlln
We nr* proud of the fact that on*
of our Frio girl* Ml-* Helen Bate*
I* making tfoitd lu the Hereford high
I he I'M* i la Art club *|*>nt a very >r|MH,| twdng tie «f th* three who
Mr? H FM‘KRanu' The'IThld ^'n '""l "" h"",,r "f h,r >:'’4>Ub
eral'"wcuke "that' xiw ro^l.illrnnj Mr'' -,l11 Th" Mrl
Hill* needle work Arne that the #f. | children arc cnterlalnlng the
lernoon waa a huay one. The time of! *I"M'I",»* <*iugh for a few weeks
meeting haa been ihangial from Frl
day to Tuaeday. Those present war*
Alaadamea Bdna Tate. R It Horen,
ItonnId and Dow Duree. Ilenry Btal-
cqp, Krncat llannaa. N. G. Jacksoa.
Mother Moralv and ran, *i*tn> Mat
unlay nlfht In llercfortl.
Mrs 4'hllder*. after having spent
a week in MiG*field visiting, baa re
turned to her daughter, Mrs Ma«k
lit. No. IB—Buff Orpington*-W.
W. Ooughran. $100
2nd. No. kl—Ancon**- Mra. B. R
Srd. No. 34—Whit* Oornlsh—Mra
W, M. OouHey of Bllvertoa. Rev.
C. B. Meador* of Abilene and Mr.
Vogele of Hereford, were the Judge*,
We wlah to thaak the Hereford
hand for their splendid musk and
their part of the program.
We wish to thank the ladle*. MIs-
ae* Ewing. Alkman and Bachelor of
Hereford, who Judged our school ex-
hibits and Superintendent Far' W.
Wilson, for hla aaalatance In secur-
Judge Shafy, center field.
Bdgar Ramey, right fluid.
Tba amotb-moaMta pamataad
return game any tha*
Mildred Baber, (Pyear-old daughter
of Mr and Mrs. A. J Baker, who lira
near DlmaiHt, la suffering froat two
hrokaa arm* and a cut throngh tha
Up eaaaad front a fall over a wire.
Th* hoya had stretched a wire and
Mildred, while playing, tripped ovar
Doctor* femmon and lemmon. *nr
gran* af f.utihnek were tn Dlmmttt
Monday on buatnew
Mr. and Mra R- F Harmon and’
Max Gray are attending th* Hard-
ware Dealers' ranvenrlon In Amarillo
T. D. Moaa of Hereford, attended
the fair and poultry ahow last Sat-
A. R Boren, of Vaughn New Mex-
ico. spent Saturday and Hunday with
Mra. Boren and Jackie ta>y
Mr and Mrs. B R Wright and
HEW SILK, NEW GEORGETTE SCARFS
NEW SILK HOSIERY ARE AR-
RIVING ALMOST DAILY
!*t as alt work a little harder for; family and Mr. and Mr* C. G M*
tb* next fair. plea and family, motored to l.ohhock
. .■ ' mat Munday taking Mr Wright's
Mr. tad Mra. RIM Rurnam and mother Mra J M Wright horn*
daughters and ton. Carl, motored to M K Avery and children. Vcnnla
Fla la view laat Friday and Mnrlaai. and Kenneth Turner.
Will StmaM aad niece. MU* West motored to Kr*aa last Hnnday after
•f Floydada. warn tat Dimmi't last goon
Friday Aa a raanlt of a fight at a kail
The modem home of W R. Wood game la Maaareth laat Sunday, taro
burn haa bean aompletad aad (bag hop* drum Tolls paid float here Man
are now oceopflag It. , day amouorlng to ramc :,2 dollars
Mias Mary f'owaert has been on' on charges of disorderly p«nduet, ra-
the aick list the past week. slating nrrent. etc
Mrs f' r. Reynolds nod ran. Floyd Mr. aad Mra N G Jsckaon and
S. C. Hucfcaky aad bshy Mr* ( children spent Sunday with relative*
include printed and fist crept*
designs, with a wide variety
are beautiful in colors and in-
In sheerest -ilk, any color tie-
sired in the f.iiiigiis III M-
MING IMItf) and other well
known alamhtrd brands.
We invite the l,adie» and the young l,adie*
In inapect thear* new arrivals.
W* handle all
— Golden Rule Fix
■•lore Sending Away far
Compare the pricet Mote with your mail order
ReBM^mkMvr when buying at home you receive Serv
ice—you do not have lo work eml wilt several
days, end pul the (ire on yourself, you gel ike
service eft home, that mail order houses do not
give. We will meet ell mail order house prices.
ABO FILLING STATION
1/UJtE OLSON, Manager
Won't the Car
THATS 01/R TROUBLE—IVST PHONE IM
and we will bring you a Hot Battery and start
your car without any extra charges.
We specialise in Auto electric end Battery
work, if sell Willard Batteries, the best battery
made. Try our cheaper batteries—they are
Vern W ither»|Mion, Mgr.
& Fone 293
For Saturday Only
May 18, 1931
5 lb. can K. G.
f» I arge Roves
4 None* I inrt
HARMING 1*01 DEH
J. O- Newell 1 C. S. Pureoll Grocery
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