The Bonham Herald (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 100, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1940 Page: 2 of 6
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THE BONHAM (Texas) HERALD. THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1940
he Bonham Herald I GROVE HILL
The Democratic Citizen
PUBLISHED EVERY MONDAY and
At Bonham, Fannin County, Terns
G. R. NEWBY, Editor
Entered as. second, class matter at
the postoffice -at BonKam, Texas.
Subscription price, one year —$1.50.
~~ ADVERTISING RATES
Display advertising,'per inch, by the
single column ---------------------35c
Local reading notices, per line —10c
Legal rates, per line -——10c
CSard of Thanks ---—-60c
f! All announcements carried in this
jolumn are subject to the action of
fehe Democratic Primary, July 27.
•or United States Senator:
MORRIS SHEPPARD (Re-elec-
'For Congressman 4th District
Flotorial Representative of Fan-
nin and Lamar Counties:
Representative 41st District
John w. connelly
PINK STODD ARD
DAVE W. RAY
For Judge of Sixth Judicial District
M. D. EMERSON
TOM B. DENTON
J. E. (Ed) WHITLEY
HENRY CHANEY (Re-election)
For District Clerk:
PAUL ARLEDGE, JR.
E. J. HENDRICKS
J. E. (Hutch) LEATHERWOOD
john j. McFarland
For Assessor-Collector of Taxes:
W. H. (Hamp) HARPER
For County Commissioner, Precinct
. BUSTER B. ANDERSON
T. E. WRIGHT
For County Commissioner, Precinct
For Justice of Peace Precinct No. 1:
R. L. (Bob) WILLIAMS
For Constable Precinct 1:
W. P. (Bill) ROBERTSON
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Do not let bad weather interfere
■with your voting for John McFar-
land for District Clerk, July 27th.
(Pol. Adv.) 2td
More rain and more work. The
last two nights of the Leonard pic-
nic were rained out.
Canning and hay baling has been
the order of the day.
Mr. Odell Worsham of Dallas vis-
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Smith of Elias-
ville visited their parents last Thurs-
day. Her mother, Mrs. G. F. Groves
accompanied them home for an ex-
tended visit with relatives in the
Miss Virginia Cooper of Greenville
visited Miss Catherine Blanton last
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gowdy of Wich-
ita Falls and Miss Grace Gowdy of
Memphis spent the week end with
their sister, Mrs. D. O. Borker.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Henry and
daughters Ima and Ilene visited their
sister and aunt, Mrs. J. E. Wor-
Miss Bertha Smith of Dallas is
here spending her vacation with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Smith.
Miss Willie Jones is keeping house
for Mr. and Mrs. John Moore at
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Worsham and
daughter, Eunice transacted business
in Bonham, Monday.
Jabus Hale and Coy Lucas and son
were Bonham visitors, Monday.
Mrs. E. O. Akard of Bonham is
visiting her grandchildren, Lonnie
and Robert and Miss' Dee Sudderth.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Smith have had
as their guests the following chil-
dren: Mrs. Earle Brown and daugh-
ter, Earle Kathryn of Denison, Mrs.
Joe Bonham and daughters of Okla-
homa City, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bra-
dy of Breckenridge, Mr. and Mrs.
O. L. Smith of Eliasville, Miss Ber-
tha Smith of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Buchanon of Nobility, and Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Smith and daugh-
ter, Ann of Edhube.
Mr. W. H. Owen of Savage spent
Friday night with his uncle Jack
Owen and farpily.
Our young people have been visit-
ing the skating rink at Leonard quite
often. , ■
BONHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY
LOST: Sum of money in billfold.
Notify Marion Gouge. Reward.—
L. W. Fairchild.
ELECT JOHN W. CONNELLY
-FOR YOUR REPRESENTATIVE.
LEATHERWOOD FOR DISTRICT
CLERK. (Pol. Adv.)
We Have Several
4th and Center Sts
Electric Light Bulbs
Stewart Warner Electric Refrig-
eratorfc and Radios
Baltic Electric Cream Separators
Berkley Electric Water Pumps,
Center Street, across, west of
The rain of Saturday will halt
threshing and hay baling. Some
fair weather is badly needed at this
Houston Barker and family of
West Texas spent part of last week
with relatives here and at Telephone.
Leslie Irving and family of Har-
lingen were visitors in this commun-
ity last week.
Mrs. E. W. Ridings of Waurika
Oklahoma, spent last week with her
sister Mrs. A. W. Henry at this place
Sorry to report Mrs. E. G. Bra-‘
boy as still being confined to her bed
most of the time.
T. B. Powell of Sherman was visit-
ing his parents, W. W. Powell and
wife and recently.
Buster Caldwell, wife and little son
Bobbie were visiting in Boyd com-
munity one night last week.
Death visited our community on
July 12th and took Frances Bethel,
only child of Kenneth Bethel and
wife. The funeral was held at Cor-
inth church. The little body was
laid to rest at Sandy cemetery. Wise
Funeral Home was in charge. Rev.
C. P. Sansom officiated. We extend
to these young folks our sincere sym-
pathy and pray God’s blessing upon
Mrs. Olena Hoenscheidt of Wich-
ita Falls visited her parents, J. O.
Jackson last week.
Morris Evans and wife of Finley
were Sunday visitors in the home of
L. D. Barker and wife.
s IT Z.L E r ’ s
West Seventh St.
We telegraph flowers anywhere
Phone No. 338
© SHORT ORDERS
East Fourth Street
DR. JOE WHITLEY
DENTAL SURGEON and ME-
Northeast Corner Square Over
Bonham Drug Co.
Office Hours 8 to 5
Office Telephone 139
A. H. McDonald & Co.
FEDERAL LAND B^NK LOANS
4 per cent
INSURANCE AND BONDS
Specialize in Bargains in Fannin
Bonham State Bank Building
516 N. Main St.
Jane’s Beauty Shop
506 Wilson Street, Three Blocks
East of Square and Two Blocks
GOOD WORK AT ECONOMICAL
Pho. 206-M Jane Gribble Owner
West Fifth Street
“Your Credit Is Good”
Northeast Corner of Square
POULTRY AND EGGS
The old reliable Farmers Produce
300 East 6th Phone 488
C. C. NORWOOD
Quality Products Delivered
COAL OIL A SPECIALTY
Fannin County Abstract
ABSTRACTORS OF LAND
TITLES OF FANNIN COUNTY
S. E. Corner Square
East Side Square
“Pay Cash and Save!”
White Swan Cafe
Choice pf meats, drink and dessert
MR. and MRS. GORDON APPLE
F. M. LOUGHMILLER
Phones: 380-C and 380-D
Office over Texas Power and
North Main Street
Calls answered Day and Night
LOWREY & SWANN
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
RENTALS, NOTARY PUBLIC
Phone 91 -C West 4th St.
C. C. MARTIN
Over First National Bank
Phones 413-C and 413-D
North Center Street
FOR RURAL HOMES
Priced as low as $79.95
We guarantee satisfaction.
We Maintain Our Own Butane
R. C. Ford
Dress and Work Shoes ---------- $1.25
Dress Hats ----- 79c
J. B. Stetson Hats-------------$1.25
These are only a few of many
Next door to fire station. Where
Better Used Clothing Is Sold,
BUTANE SYSTEMS and
r-NO DOWN PAYMENT—
As Low As $5.00 Per Month
C. R. WITHERSPOON
307 Main 8t, Bonham, Tex.
Suits and Plain Dresses
Cleaned and Pressed
Trousers cleaned and pressed 25c
Phone 242 Come to see us
DR. G. H. CLARK
Office Over Brannon’s Jewelry
Phone 636-C and D
r our famous CHIP-BURGER
New and Different
Bonham Marble Works
Monuments Made to Your Order
123 South Main Street
Y. H. HARLAN
DOCTOR OF DENTAL
Peeler Drug Store
“It’s the Coffee’
Open All Night
6 Blocks East On 4th Street
East Side Square
.. and up
at the Herald office
Setting a new high in beauty, de-
pendable performance and eco-
Come in and see them now at
THE RADIO SHOP
FACTORY TYPE GUARANTEED
SERVICE ON ANY RADIO
COMPLETE STOCK TUBES,!
PARTS AND SUPPLIES
Play Safe—Bring It To
The RADIO Shop
Spencer Motor Parts
More rain has fallen since last re-
port. Seems as if the farmers will
never catch up with their work.
Mrs. S. D. Aker has returned home
from Achille where she spent the
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Halliday have
traded for a new pickup.
Mrs. J .C. Thomas is on the sick
list. A number of other folks have
Alvis and Sam Hidler and families
had relatives from Ladonia as week
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Harbuck were
shopping in Bonham, Monday. Mrs.
Harbuck purchased a new oil range
Mrs. L. M. Jackson motored to
Durant, Friday to bring her daugh-
ter Ruby Fay home for the week
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Qualls were in
Hall Hix is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Clark and chil-
dren Billy and Joy of San Angelo,
Tex., and Mrs. Naomi Butler of Pam-
| pa, Tex., ar espending this week with
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Miller, Mr. John
Dyson, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dy-
son and Mr. and Mrs. John Dyson,
Mr. John Lewallen has been visit-
ing his mother at Kemp. She has
been very ill.
Elect Paul Arledge, Jr., your next
District Clerk. He will appreciate
your help and will make you an ef-
ficient man if given the opportunity.
(Pol. Adv.) 3t
Janies Rodgers has been in the city
from Bartlesville, Okla., to visit his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rod-
Help a poor boy on July 27th.
Vote for Felix Robinson for Repre-
Yes sir, folks, the weather condi-
tions have a tendency to be more or
less damp on this fork of the creek
at present. Plenty of rain came our
way the latter part of last week and
Sunday. The dirt roads through this
community are down right muddy
with mud holes almost as bad as in
winter time, with a good many cars
sticking up ini the mud holes unable
to get out on their own power.
Mosquitoes are about as numer-
ours as gnats on this fork of the
creek at present.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Fry and son of
Denton spent last week end here the
guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. M. C. Rubarts and daughter
Miss Wanda Dell of Fairview spent
Friday in the home of Mrs. M. V.
Misses Margaret and Mary Youree
of Hebron spent the major part of
last week here guests in the home of
their grandmother, Mrs. Alice Hawk.
Carl Rubarts and son Barney were
Bonham visitors Friday.
Cecil Ross of Fairview was a vis-
itor in the home of his sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Thompson, Friday
Charlie Thompson was a Bonham
Travis Hawk and Sammie Cunnin-
ham of Ambrose were visitors in this
community a short while Wednesday
Miss Gladys Hawk and her guests
Misses Margaret and Mary Youree
of Hebron attended the Church of
Christ revival at Pecan Grove, Wed-
Fane Hodges spent Friday night,
Saturday and Saturday night in
Denison where he has employment
in a store, reenforcing the regular
employees for the week end trade.
Charlie Thompson was a visitor in
the home of K. Ross of the Fairview
Mrs. M. C. Rubarts and children
the home of Mrs. Susie Rubarts,
O. J. Ferry, L. W. Wagner and
Earl Blakey were business visitors
in Bonham, Monday.'
lorene visited Mrs. J. T. Reid and
Dollie B., Monday afternoon.
Kenneth Rice of Tulip visited Jim-
mie and Floyd Whisenhunt, Monday.
Mrs. R. E. Sorrell visited Mrs.
Stella Ray, Sunday.
Mrs. Emma Morrow is on the sick
gives a touch i______
, that soft, tender skin
*'*»«• Flak, JW4, JmTm’
(Pol Adv.), of Fairview were dinner guests id
We had another big rain last week
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Pike and fam-
ily are visiting tjieir daughter, Mrs.
Jack Wells of Iowa Park, Texas.
Mr. M. M. Whisenhunt visited his
daughter, Mrs. Bluford Peebles of
Lamasco this week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Biggers of
Iowa Park are visiting relatives here
Mrs. Raymond visited Mrs. J. T.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Whisehunt,
Dollie B. Buster, Eugene and John- j
nie Reid visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Eubanks of Ivanhoe, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips of
High Prairie visited Mr. and Mrs. [
Earl Phillips, Sunday. ,
Willorene, Mary Ethel and John- |
nie Lou Whisenhunt visited Doro-
thy and Mary Alice Phillips, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Phlilips and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Duncan, Sunday afternoon.
Eugene Sorrell has joined the ar-
my and gone to Fort Bliss, Okla.,
J. C. Warmer and Clifton Mize have
entered the CCC.
George Sorrell has gone to his sis-
ters in New Mexico to attend school
Mrs. J. T. Reid visited Mrs. Ethel
Mrs. Ovie Cleghorn and daugh-
ters, Sarah Catherine and Margaret
Ann, visited Mr. Tom Hogg and fam-
ily of Randolph, Saturday night.
Mrs. Tom France and children
have moved to Fort Gibson, Okla.
Mrs. Ovie Cleghorn and daughters
visited Mrs. Ethel Whisenhunt, Fri-
Mrs. Harold Whisenhunt and Wil-
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Newby, G. R. The Bonham Herald (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 100, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1940, newspaper, July 25, 1940; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth637904/m1/2/: accessed April 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Fannin County Historical Commission.