The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 29TH YEAR, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, December 13, 1929 Page: 3 of 8
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Mit Jack iMtw and tittle son,
Juek, Jr., returned to Amarillo Bat-
urdujr after a week's visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R Dam-
eron. Miss Bertha Daueron ac-
rompsaled Mrs. Lester to Ama-
rillo and will visit there for anv-
Day-ran Radios, fall power utl'-
laiac aiae take nil*. Ask for
demonstration. TEXAS UTIL!
TIES 00. ltc
J. O. Newell, Pick IMsoi
niff Mae left Monday fat
rtilo where they were calk
Federal Jury service.
ed at this Man
Mr. and Mia. WHl Moon spent
Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Moore aad killed hops.
Mrs. Joe Thurmond, Mias Cath-
arine Tant and Mra. Lemuel Bhug-
Sard wars in Hereferd an Wadnaa
Oanyom—OatnbOfe’s Fox'* Little
Apatha 0S46S8, a purebred Jersey
cow la the herd at the W. T. 8.
T. 0., has completed another of-
flcial prod notion tout In which aha
yielded 412.48 pound# of butterfat
aad 8,i18 pounds of milk In 224
day*. Little Agatha wan started
on thin tent when ahe was six
years nod one mouth of «ge and
with this record again qualltlcd for
the Begtotor of Merit of the Amer-
ican Jersey Owtle Glut*. Her sire
la Gamboge’s Fox's King, «nd her
dam la Gamboge’s Fox's Agwtha.
Mr. and Mra. D. D. Lanhan
torad to Littlefleid Sunday
visited to the home of Mr.
Mrs. T. K. Jordon, old friends
NOTICE—The Hereford Benefit
Aseneintlen No. t will meet in the
I Irene 8 Whitehead barber shop
Monday, December 23, at 2:38 p.
m., for the purpose of electing
officers for the coming year. J. H.
HEAD, president; W. W. BEN-
NETT, oareetory. 48-2c
Mrs Buddio Blrdwali of Dlm-
mitt wars gueats of Mrs Sam Bird-
Mr. Davis of HoMts Oklahoma,
visited his son and wife lost wank,
Mr. and Mrs Ml Davis
Mr. and Mrs Cecil Thomas, Mr.
aad Mrs Coy Aram worn Plain-
view visitors aStnrday.
Mr. and Mrs Krnsnf Jones mov-
ed Into their new homo lent week.
Joe BuMfronger ban completed
a naw garage at his farm.
Mra. W. Z. Bishop and daugh-
ter Thelma visited In the Ware
home lent Sunday.
Mr. end Mrs Will Moore were
in Hereford Wednesday.
W. Z. Bishop has beeen In <he
White Deer country tor a fow
days on business
Mr. and Mra. W. a Thomas
were In Hereford Saturday.
Mis W. Z. Bishop and Thelma
plaited In the Ihomas home Frl-
Manse* Davis and wills gave a
toritay dinner Banday dor the la-
mediate members of the finally. .
Mr. end Mrs Ed Bat lev called
hi Me Davis homo Banday.
B, Campbell and wito spent last
Tharoday night la the Long home
A Grady. Naw Mexico.
The HUI aad Gate plneen hare
Why wants your time and energy telling people
what vou have to sell when you cau shorten up the
atory by telling them you are
Mr. and Mrs Oua Laquey were
la Amarillo Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs Edgar Qoaaatt aad
Mrs Jaeoba wart In Hereford Sat-
Mr. and Mrs Vaarl Iveraon and
daughter, Nias Bells F. 8. Gray
When the day of your auction tale arrivea, all the
proepeotive buyera will be there.
When job want to buy a bargain, nee as.
W1 HAVI HULL AOKBAOl f AIMS AMD
Buth and Laura Mat
Slaughter' took dinner with Mrs
Slaughter Thanksgiving Day.
Mr. and Mrg, Lemuel Shuggard
went to Uinbaiver Thursday morn*
Mr. aad Mrs Low MoOaskey
of Borgor visited in the home of
Mr. and Mrs Joe Thurmond Sun-
(The Late tor Uae Laat Week)
Thera waa a good crowd at Sun-
day school ■arnley, aanMdariag tha
Mrs Dave Moore of Plalavlew
visited Saturday la tha bamea of
Mr. aad Mra. Joa Moore aad Mr.
and Mrs WUI Moor*.
Mr. aad Mra P. A. Brown visit-
ed from Friday until Sunday la
tha home of her mother, Mrs
I’m acta Burns at Vaga.
HILL & RICKETTS
Superior Sales Service
Let Hanna A Hanna mgke your
lotos for Christmas Hereford,
IN THE CRANKCASE
IN THE SHADE
A Christmas Hint
See these beautiful Frigidaires,
all in rust-proof, wear-proof
(i Mrs Jot Buaswaager entertain-
lad grade seday night, Decern her 4
jwtth a farewell party to honor of
Mrs M. B. Bala who waa soon
Ho go away. A large number of
feriinda of Mrs Bala were pres-
mat. Oamea wore played and ape-
otol masto waa the mala faaturo
•f entertainment All enjoyed the
eeraaloa aad esprooaed regret to
toe Mr. aad Mrs Rato Inara tor
Vmlr new home la CaUihaa county.
Mrs Walker a ntertalaad the
•tody Club at her home Saturday
RfiWMitHi wnen PVTim nnMipri,
Warp pram at Naw offlcera wtCI
All are strikingly beautiful. Every loch of surface
i> ee easy to clean as china ware. The shelves
are removable, spaced to hold Urge quantities
of food and elevated to • convenient height.
Then, to double the greater service that frigid*
•ire has always offered, every household model ip
now equipped with the famous “Cold Control,"
iHi* •pMCII CXIt KIHZifi| Ol 1CI CUMIOuWMnls
Special Christmas Terms
We are now malrlag a apodal off* oo all htmaahold
fdgidairaa booths tor Cwitmai. Call as our display
0WMB fog f|||| ^gffailie
, and Mrs Kirkary wore bad-
raOrra In Hereford Saturday
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Kessie, R. E. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 29TH YEAR, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, December 13, 1929, newspaper, December 13, 1929; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth584299/m1/3/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.