The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1943 Page: 3 of 12
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MBS. JOHN McLEAN, Society Editor-Phone 181__
Miss Miller, Li. Wedel Are Married
The marriage of Miss Inez black accessories. She is a gra-
Miller, daughter of H. H. Miller duate of W T. S C., Canyon,
of Dawn, and Lt. Louie Wedel, and has been teaching for the
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Wedel past year in the Hot Springs,
of this city, took place Tuesday n. M . High School.
July 6 in Tucson, Ariz., at the Lk>utenant Wedel a Rrad‘
Tucson Lutheran Church. Rev.
The Hereford Brand, Hereford, Texas, Thursdoy, July 15, 1943
Sitz, pastor, officiated.
The bride’s attendants were
Miss Mita Drusch and Miss An-
The bride wore navy blue with
uate oJ Hereford High School
and is now an instructor at
Davis-Monthan Field. Tucson.
They will make their home in
MissHinkamp is Bride ol Pvt. Johnson
Announcement has been made
here of the marriage of Miss
Agnella Hinkamp and Pvt. Frank
B. Johnson, which was solem-
nized on July 3 in Amarillo.
The bride wore an oyster
white suit and she used white
accessories. Her corsage was of
Mrs. Johnson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hinkamp of
Amarillo, graduated from St.
Mary’s Academy and from St.
Anthony’s School of Nursing. She
has been superintendent of the
Deaf Smith County Hospital for
the past eighteen months.
Pvt. Johnson Ls a graduate of
Breckenrldge High School in
Ban Antonio. For the present the
couple ls at home at 110 West
i Out-of-town guests at the
wedding included Mrs. Mary
Massey, Mrs. Florence Anderson,
: Mrs. Clarence Holmes, Miss Bet-
ty Warren and Buford Holmes of
0. E. S. Initiation
Rites Are Held
Initiation rites were held for
Mrs. Gladys Graham at the O.
E. S. meeting held Tuesday night
at the Masonic Hall. Mrs. Lee
Coconaugher, sister of the can-
didate, presided at the service.
Bpecial guests present were
Dr. Sara F. Pugh of Fresno,
Plenty of fireworks lies in wait for the Axis from these two new
destroyers, the Hickox, left, named for Lieut.-Comdr. Ralph Hickox,
who went down with his ship last year, and the Healy, named for
Lieut.-Comdr. Howard Healy, lost with the carrier Lexington in the
battle of the Coral Sea. The warships are shown at Kearny, N. J.
Sgt. Wagner Is
Staff Sgt. Lester Wagner, who
recently received the Purple
Heart decoration for wounds re-
ceived in the North African cam-
paign. was honored on Sunday,
July 11, with a program and
party at St. Anthony’s Hall.
A patriotic program was high-
lighted by Gene Loerwald’s sum - j
mary of Sgt. Wagner’s activities
since he entered the army three
years ago. Also on the program
was a vocal solo by Agnes Al-
bracht, who sang "There’s a Star
Spangled Banner Waving Some-
! where." The program ended with
| the playing of the National An-
After the formal program,
1 games were played and ladies
of St. Anthony's Church served j
refreshments to the assemJbed
Sc lb. for Good, Clean
(no socks or strings)
At The HEREFORD BRAND
Swing It, Cesar!
think of Any
thing this week.
at the Army Air Field near Al-
Mrs. Campbell is a student
nurse at an Alpine hospital.
Sgt. Campbell is stationed at__
the Marfa Army Air Base, and j
the couple will make their home In Alpine.
Clifford Estes who has spent
a ten day furlough here with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. cliff Es- I
tes, left Sunday night for San |
Antonio and Fort Sam Houston.
From there he will go to Fort
Bennlng. Ga., to attend Officers
A Hereford Product...
where fine wheat grows!
... produced for the finest bakers
and the finest homes. Ask your
grocer for PACKARD'S BEST!
Look in each sock for Chinos
PACKARD MILLING CO.
BfTU hM* mner
FOX MAN'S SHOP
and Fox Cleaners
Apprentice Seaman Cesar Ho- ]
mero of the U. S. Coast Guard
and formerly of the movies isn’t
acting now. That’s a real mop,
a real bucket, a real barracks
floor, and real elbow grease Ro-
mero Is using while on cleanup
duty. He seems to like it. (U.
S. Coast Guard Photo from
Calif., Mrs. Henry Lewis and Mrs.
Tina Bainum of Bovina, all
members of Chapters elsewhere.
During the business session of
the meeting, plans were made
; for the group to cooperate in
giving aid to the hospital at i
Hereford Internment Camp
After the initiatory service j
and business meeting a social I
hour was enjoyed with Mrs, N.
E. Gass and Mrs Cooper Morgan
Miss Sharrod Married
To Sgt. Roy Campbell
Miss Virginia Sharrod of Al-
j pine became the bride of Sgt. |
Roy E. Campbell, son of Mr. and i
Mrs. 1’. M .Campbell of Hereford,'
In rites solemnized at the chapel
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Gillentine, Jimmie. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1943, newspaper, July 15, 1943; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth584543/m1/3/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.