Honey Grove Signal (Honey Grove, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, June 20, 1924 Page: 1 of 8
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HONEY GROVE SIGNAL
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Bouev Grove. Te.xax, Friday, June 20, 1924
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JLAD INJURED WHEN MAN SERIOUSLY CUT
CAR SPLITS SWITCH: NEAR FOREST HILL
The following was taken from
Tuesday’s Dallas News:
BIG FORD FACTORY Married One Year Ago.
AT DALLAS VISITED The Signal usually tries to
r a & -L j " ““ . ,, . , ,. . ., ,. „ T u ttt keep abreast with the times and
Lfst Saturday nighlj, on the At the invitation of John W. chronicle items of news as soon
road north of Petty, Ed Gam- Russell, manager of the
DR. ROBT. E. ROBINSON | CANDIDATE FOR GOV-
REMEMBERED BY" SCOUTS I ERNOR VISITS OUR CITY
As our people know, Dr. R. E.
, .. ... , . .----------, ------- <=- - - Honey as they occur, but must confess Robinson, pastor of the First
Marvin Puett, 9-year-old news- son, who lives with his brother- Grove Motor C ompany, it was that this item took place one I Presbyterian church of Honey
boy, was severely injured when inlaw, Charles Hardin, near Pet- the pleasure of one of Signal’s years ago and was not revealed jg™vp the last three
.an eastbound street car split a ty, was seriously cut by a young force to make an overland trip to until the following was handed'
switch at Akard and Commerce ^n named Dee Manuel, who also Dallas last Saturday. Us for publication:
sireet, struck an automobile hves on the Harin fimm Leaving Honey Grove in a M, and Mrs. p. H. Oglesby an-
which pinned the boy against a lhe information regarding the second-hand Ford—one that had nounce the niarriage eof their daugh- another work,
light post on the southwest cor- tragedy as given the Signal is as seen better days, but one that ter, Miss Evelyn Oglesby, to Mr. J. C. a pretty home under
13er at 6:30 o’clock Monday night, follows: Garrison and Manuel could sure do some going and Magness^ Jr., on June 27, 1923, at
Witnesses say the boy suffered had attended a party near Forest also some rattling
stoically for ten minutes before Hill, and Garrison and a sister of j# W. Russell at
he could be extricated. He lives Manuel started home in an auto. H. _________, , _______,______ _ ______ Iie „
with his grandmother, Mrs. C. Another young man named Me- land, Frank Totten, Cecil Cruse, Gladys Chiles and Mr. Kennedy Black, . ,
E. Puett, 1334 Canton Street, Creight got in the car and was Marcus King and Sam Gardner, of this citY-
South Dallas. taken home. Manuel overtook jr.? forming the party for the
General T. D, Barton, candi-
date for Governor, spoke to a
fair-sized audience at the taber-
years, is nacle Thursday night. Owing to
soon to move from Honey Grove' the fact that the farmers were
to Dallas, where he will take up'having to work very hard at that
Dr. Robinson has !time and a revival meeting was,
construe-!111 Pro^ress in town the audience
was smaller than it otherwise
■loaded with Hug0> okla-> the Rev- William A.! ti°n> with the promise of theiW0uld have been, but General
■> 1 Rolle, pastor of the First Presbyterian workmen that same will be com- Barton had
tne wneei, 0f ji- -1 -1— x 1 T ’ * ’ - •
rr i1 -riGbuyLGiian ^ , i Barton had a very good hearing
He lives Manuel started home in an auto. h. L.^Thompson, Ralph McFar- r^y^ were accompanied by^Mifs ^1 Under the circumstances.
The automobile contained Mr. the car and riding up beside it trip.”We”"left"Honey'Grove at thaft^ Sand xHnitvm ^ blg Clty °n the reared in Montague county^but
and Mrs. G. W. McCIeary, of told Garrison to stop. He then 4.30 a. m., one-half hour late on Mr. J. C. Magness, Jr., werel S’^.n^___1. ^ j.wfor. theL last fifteen years has
Honey Grove, and the Rev.Rob- reached out and slashd Garrison account "of our alarm clock fail- united in the holy bonds of mat-1 work ^^Robinlo? has made bis home 111 Amarillo,
-“L E. Robinson, pastor of the on the neck with a knife or ra- ing to give the signal for us to rimony one year ago at Hugo, !jone with the Boy
the on the neck with a knife or ra- jng to give the signal for us to rimony one year ago at Hugo, ;d p * p q , ,• where he is interested in the
Presbyterian church in that zor, making a terrible wound. arise from our slumber. The Okla. The participants were at- |u“pv drug business. For three years,
town. Mr. McCIeary is City Tax Though bleeding profusely, Gar- first stop was at Greenville; here tending school, Miss Evelyn be-i^;7h7^e* hp°r and a balf he has been Adjutant
Assessor, Collector and Treas- rison drove the car to Me-we had breakfast—a stack of ing a student at C. I. A., at Den-:^ai^ n|. pas S General, bemg appointed to this
orer, and with Mrs. McCIeary Creight’s home, who then drove hot cakes and a cup of coffee, ton, and Mr. Magness at S. M. U., oTa! ’ fh. L™?Posltlon by Governor Neff at the
had been visiting in Dallas. jto Honey Grove to a physician. The going trip was void of mis- Dallas, and for this reason they of hls first term-
Young Puett was taken in an First aid was given, but the hap with the exception of one kept the secret of the happy ip11”, General Barton is not and does
automobile to St. Paul Sanita- wound was so deep that the phy- punctured tire, which caused event concealed from their ^ot claim to be an orator, but
rium, where it is said that his sician advised that Mr. Garrison onjy a few moments delay. We friends at home,
left leg was severely lacerated be rushed to the^ Paris sani- reached Dallas at 8:30, and went Miss Oglesby is the only
and he sustained serious bruises, tarium, which was done.
and Mrs. F. H. i reception
charming and, ,
At the close of the that all can understand,
one of the fathers i He said he was not the candi-
direct to the big plant of the daughter of Mr.
---------------- | 7 7 7 7t , Ford Motor Company, which is Oglesby and is a cummin* d Tn-psentpd T)r T?nhin 1 * I*'' ™ ^.«“"
Revival Meeting. | American Legion Notes. an interesting place to visit. A beautiful young woman and pos-r™® it™ Q^™7; ?ate of any b.loc or organization,
The revival meeting which has I Reports from various commit- courteous guide escorted us sesses all the talents that make f f , y”J f’ but was making the race on his
been in progress at the Christian tees of the American Legion and through the factory and we got a helpmate for the onb she has;, f p PresentT.tion1 Tn 1u^iatlT? and in a way b>
church for the past two weeks business men indicate that prep- a vision of how the little Fords chosen as her life companion. ;?anaLana la 1,ft!.P5?S1eara?0a Please himself,
continues with services each arations are coming along nicely are made. Starting with an en- Miss Evelyn will receive her de-
night. On Sunday night the and everything points to three gine, or motor as they are term- gree from the College of Indus-
meeting was transferred from j big picnic days in Honey Grove ed, we traveled through all the trial Arts in August. Mr. Mag-
the church to the tabernacle and on July 3, 4 and 5. different processes of assem- ness is a son of Dr. and Mrs. J.
since that time services have! A move is now on foot to put blage until it is a completed car C. Magness and is a model young
|oeen held there each evening, on a Picnic Booster and Trade filled with gas, oh and water and man. Although Signal is one
.... . ,, „ x---------------- His address was
following letter of devoted principally to taxation.
and law enforcement. He said
he would do everything in his
r, - ^.HoneJ power to reduce expenses, but
endeai ™ opportunity to materially
church affiliation. For these deeds of, reduce taxes Without working
of same the
appreciation was read:
During you r pastorate
Rev J Leslie Finnell, of Paris, Excursion trip to neighboring is ready to go. The assemblage year late we wish to extend best kindness you are sure to be rewarded, jin jury to the schools, which he
lifting discourses and his hearers local committee of merchants is about 600 people, and a happy bleesed with happiness and pros-1 as Scout Master. By organizing, di- people pay go to municipalities,
' 1 J *’ -p J1 ” • 1 1 -------— " recting and training our boys, you road and school districts and
have made impressions for good that counties, the state’s portion be-
SIS ttW a W small percent. He
MlS. | work along this line, we are certain illustrated this by analyzing the
are attentive, and good results now working out details of the throng it is, peace and harmony perity.
have been accomplished. I trip, which will include a visit to abounding among all. The salar
On last Sunday night the Sup- all neighboring towns. The Hon- ries paid are good—the lowest
Aay school orchestra of Bro. Fin-; ey Grove Band will be on hand to wage being to floor-sweepers, Mrs
nell’s church came and rendered. furnish the music and speakers who receive $5.00 per day.
a musical program, which was will make talks at
aajoyed very much. The meet- stops.
hag wilFcoritinue the remainder
of this week, closing
Sunday night service.
E. T. Butler and
The Frank Chaney were hostesses to!that our boys will become better men tax of $76 he paid on his home,
the various employes work eight hours each the Marthas Tuesday afternoon amd11mor? us^u7 citlzePs *han ^e-y ordy $9.45 of which goes to the
day and a car is turned out com- at 4 o’clock at the home of Mrs.
Mr. George Luttrell will have plete every three minutes, or a Frank Chaney. The meeting was
with the'charge of a booth at the Topic total of 160 per day . One would led by Mrs, Warren Smith, as-
| Theatre next Saturday to regis- wonder where they keep so many sisted by Mrs. J. E. Robison,
iter all ex-service men, the object —they don’t keep them, for as An ice course was served to the
being to aid them in securing the fast as they are completed whole- following members : Mesdames
Glee Club Coming. „ _
On nATi-f Thm*<Mav niVht .Tune bonus. salers are in waiting to take Black, Crowson, Chaney, Cobb,
26 the \ Methodist Orphanage I _ ---——- , , them away. The present quar-Gill, King, Lane, Monier, Neblett,
Glee Club Waco, will be present-!^10* Groves Sees Granddaughter ^ers are inadequate to care for Robison, Rogers, Reed, Smith,
ed in recital at the tabernacle,! Graduate From University the business and a new building Turner, Swain, Wood, Johnstone,
beginning at 8 o’clock. The or-i He Graduated From. is now under construction. This King and Miss Barbara Combs,
phan children are making a tourj Sunday’s Dallas News carried building will be only one story, Mrs. Nolan Swain was a new
that they may raise funds for j the photos of Rev. J. S. Groves, but will cover an area of 250,000 member. Mrs. Henry Wood,
the erection of a cottage so that'of Waxahachie, and his grand- square feet. The force of work- Mrs. Walter Johnstone, Mrs. C.
other orphan children can be'daughter, Miss Elizabeth Kil- m7n wdl also be mcreased to 1,- V Iving. Vernon, Texas, and^Miss
cared for. This is indeed a noble bourne. Fifty-three years ago
400. Of course Honey Grove is Barbara Combs, of Hugo, Okla.,
work of the cihldren and we J Bro. Groves was graduated from always represented with big in- were visitors,
them in their work.
At the regular meeting of the
Royal Arch Masons last Friday
night the following officers were ^
elected: C. C. Canon,, H. P.; J. church ... ______v__
I. Warren, Scribe; W. F. Graves,'lovingly remembered
King; J. C. McKinney, Treas-,his work’s sake,
urer; P. F. Huffman, Recorder;
H. L. Thompson, Guard. Offi-
cers for the Council are J. F.
Bro Groves was for seven touring _cars and a HnicK urday, the 14th. _ Mr. Newberry
years pastor of the Presbyterian loaded^ with Ford parts and ac- pays much attention to fertiuza-
in Honey Grove, and is cessories.
here for 1
Yesterday was the 19th
!june and in Honey Grove a cele-idays earlier than this year.
tion and intensive cultivation
and his cotton is always early.
Last year the first blooms in his
of!field were found June 9, five
Ssieyiu rst of rthef sHtate;s
for this unselfish service which you Pai’t ^ goes to pay Confedeiate1
have rendered our boys. No one can pensions and support schools,
estimate such service in terms of dol- He favored better appropriations :
lars and cents. If such could be done, j‘or eleemosynary institutions,
wouirtTI especially the insane asylums,
compensation being impossible for us All the asylums are crowded to-
and undesired by you, we take this the point where sanitation can
method of expressing our gratitude to no^ >oe maintained, he said, and
~ patients are in nearly all
token of our appreciation, we trust the county jails,
you will be reminded that you are General Barton urged the*”
still living in Honey Grove, Texas, and gtrict enforcement of all laws aild
spirit^of unselfisl/service ^Ing’iiwar- °f the work he had .tone at
nated in these Boy Scouts; also, may Somerville, Mexia and San An-
you be inspired to touch and train oth- j tonio. He favors sending rangers '
er hoys through the years, wherever t0 any place where local officers
your lot may be case. With every as- ^ will not enforce the
high esteem for vou, we subscribe our-1 laws. He advocated the passage
selves I of a law prohibiting the sale of
The Mothers and Fathers of Your Boy j whisky on prescription by drug- -
M?0andMrS. J. S. Erwin, Mr. gists, and said some drug stores
Mrs. J. E. Thomson, Mr. G. W. Cor- m the cities are. selling more
nish, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mullens, MrsJ whisky than airy of the saloons
G. W. Gambill, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. | sold, under the license system.
Wise, Mr. I. H. Bryant, Mrs. I, H. General Barton seemed to
KSsSS-ke a good impression with:
Mrs. J. E. Little, Mrs. W. M. Pearson,1 those who heard him and those
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Bowden, Mr. and he met on the streets.
We have secured the agency bration was staged by the colored 'Newberry says he also found a
Black, T. I. M.; S. M. Lane, D. T. 0f the Fort Worth Record and People. A union picnic of all the few weevils in his cotton Satur-
I, M.; J. C. McKinney, Treas- will handle same at the Cafe, denominations of churches was day, but the weevils are nothing
orer; P. F. Huffman, Recorder;
H. L. Thompson, Sentinel. At
this meeting the Lodge was paid
■& visit by Grand Visitor Oliver,
■hir Mrs. J. R. Brown, Mr and Mrs. G. W.
T\/T DnvfLo EvAnri-n Mr QTirl
this well known paper.
; Street Methodist church and
| great day was had by the people
'of their race in observance
Fain, Mrs. Bertha Erwin, Mr. and!
Mrs. T. J. Hammack, Dr. and Mrs. H.
B. Savage, Mrs. W. O. Martin, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Black, Mr. and Mrs. 5.
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Cooper,
win nanaie same at tne L/aie. i^r*7’------- --------,,------------“ Mann Mr and Mrs. V. L. Cooper,
Let us have your subscription to beld on the lawn ot the Eighth like as numerous as they were at M'r. and 'Mrs. J. I. Warren, Dr. and
this time last year.
Eliphaz Shelton, living south
Signal $1.50 a year in advance, their liberty.
of of town, found some
Ris field on the 17th.
“FAST EXPRESS” No. 12
“HAM AND YEGGS
MONDAY-TUESDAY, June 23-24
A J. Gordon Edwards’ Production
A 1924 Drama of Thrills and Mystery
with BARBARA CASTLETON, ALBERT ROSCOE,
RAYMOND BLOONER and WILLIAM H. TOOKER
-No Advance in Admission-
I Theatre ||
JACK HOXIE in
“SANTA FE TRAIL” No. 9
Mrs. J. C. Magness, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Beginning Monday, the 16th,
will pick blackberries in the fore-
noon on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays of each week. These
L. Gregg,'Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gunn, R.; blackberries are very large and
E. Eversole and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. have fine flavor. Have plenty of
W. Whitley, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rich-! pickers. Can get berries at the
andSMkMJacknM Wood,' J5atch in any Quantity, fresh and
S. H. Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Meade, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Meade, Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Temple, Mr. and Mrs
E. M. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. C.
Diedrick, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Lan-
in first-class condition.
Edgar Neal Cappleman.
John B. Ridinger announces
this week as a candidate for
Constable, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary. Mr.
Ridinger is known throughout
CoaL Coal. Coal.
We will handle your coal busi-
ness as follows: Leave an order
with us for your next winter’s the precinct, and all join in say-
requirements and we will deliver ing that he is one of our very
it any time you say. We handle j best men. He possesses all the
three grades of coal: The Best qualifications necessary to make
McAlester and the Genuine Colo- j a good Constable, and is a man
rado Niggerhead are our best .who is courteous and agreeable,
sellers and are the best the mar-J and whose word no one ever
ket affords. As a cheaper coal doubts. Mr. Ridinger will make
we will handle the New Mexico an acceptable officer, if elected,
grades. We will positively be as! and he will highly appreciate any
cheap for each grade as anybody, support that may be given him
—so why hesitate?
Lyon-Gray Lumber Co.
Miss Myrtle McClure left Sun-
day for Madill, Okla., where she
went to be present at the mar-
riage of Miss Mildred Colby to
Mr. Brillhart, which event was
solemnized Wednesday after-
in the race.
Notice to Customers.
My office hours are as follows:
Open 7:45 a. m. Close 6 p. m.
All messages, including night
letters, must be filed before 6
p. m. Coy Heame.
Manager Western Union Tele-
graph Company. 21-4t
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Lowry, J. H. Honey Grove Signal (Honey Grove, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, June 20, 1924, newspaper, June 20, 1924; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth633965/m1/1/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Honey Grove Preservation League.