The Bowie Blade (Bowie, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 26, 1941 Page: 3 of 8
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THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1941
Mr.' and Mrs. Gardner White
and family of Newport spent Sat—
. urday in Bowie shopping’ and vis-
iting relatives and friends.
Mrs. R. T. Hammersley Sr. and
sons, R. T, Jr. and I^lerrett Faulk-
ner ,of Matador are visiting Mrs.
Hammersley’s brother, H. C.
(Bum) Butler and family. Mrs
Hammersley. was the former Miss
Christie Butler and was reared
H. P. Landers, Park . Shaw and
Oneal Bowling were in Henrietta
on business Saturday .afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Watson of
Sherman were the week end
guests of relatives in Bowie. Mrs.
Matson is the former Miss Dono-
Mrs. H. L. Miller of Fruitiamt
was in Bowie Saturday visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Prince
and daughters of Decatur spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Prince.
Clem Pigg of the Rocky' Point
community was a business visitor
-in Bowie Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Nellie Prince of Austin
visited relatives and friends in
Bowie last week.
Miss Pauline Pigg of Dallas'
spent several days this week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Wrex Biggerstaff
of Electra visited from Thursday
until Sunday with Mrs. Sally Pra-
ter and Mr. and Mrs. Biggerstan.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley York and
daughter Charlene of Dallas spent
the wek end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pigg.
Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Bowden of
Levelland visited relatives and
friends in Bowie this week.
Mrs. J. B. Wodsworth of Vasii-
ti visited friends in Bowie Tues-
day morning. • ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Box re-
turned. recently from a visit with
relatives and friends "at Hollis.
Mis sf Maggie Wiggins .<#dnt
Sunday in Fort Worth .visiting
her brother, Robert Wiggins.
Claude Martin of Dallas visited'
relatives in Bowie over the week
S. S. Wines and Clint Badgweli’
Billie Burke Coleman
White who also lives in, the U>.
I community. At pjr^ont they are
1 located in the, (mine .of ’ Mrs..
(White’s sistel’- Mr'ijj ,,D. Berry.
spending a few days at
home, Malone Terrell has gone to
th ePlains where he will be em-
... On June 4, MissiMiilie Lsi.uieis,
m Denton this , daught of. Mr and j A
Landers and secretary of the sen-
ior class of 1941, was married in
a ceremony at Montague to Cur-
tis Moler, son of Mr. andwMrs.
n__ ~ ,, . i W. W. Moler. Curtis is-a grad-
few welary •Tf”” spend^« a .uate of the class of 1939. Through
few weeks with relatives m Stam- , the winter he has been employ^
tpi Yt°hUn| °f ^ M0Uml at-lMnoleNreWareMe^upyin? Urn home
the Methodistdchurch sSfcyand P?vi°U8,y by Jf* .parents
appeared on the program. | Mr. and Mrs. Moler were given
I , a™a,, 9 w^° is an old fashioned charivari'Satur-
employed at Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Cook’s, spent Sufiday . with her (•
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cook.
THE BOWIE BLADE
were in Bridgeport Tuesday on
_ Robert Mu Ip by Jr. of Co. II.
,111th Engineers of Brownwood
spent the week end in Bowie vis-
iting relatives and friends. For
the past three months Mr. Mur-
phy has been in Fort Sill, Okla.-,
attending a cooking and baking
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Landers and
daughter Paula visited relatives
in Electra and Floyada several
days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamel Sanders of
Austin visited his parents, Mr,
and Mrs. Roy Sanders and other,
relatives in Bowie several days
last week end.
Mr, and Mrs. William Phillips
and family of the Rocky Point
community; visited in Bowie Sat-
Miss Elaine Pirtle is visiting
relatives in Wellington this week.
Rev. James H. Westbrook at-
tended the Texas Pastor’s Sclurol
at SMU at Dallas, Tuesday ‘thru
Thursday of last week.
Miss Betty Floy'd. of Los An-
geles .Calif., will arrive by plane
Saturday to visit -Mrs. W. R.
Potter and Mr. and Mrs. David
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Tucker'of:
Decatur visited, friends in BUiwie
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Whitecdt
ton attended the Cumberland As-
sembly which has been held in
session all this^week in Denton.
They also visited in the Church
Mrs. John Young and her
granddaughter, Nell Longiey, ra-
turne dlast, Friday from Roscoe;
Texas, where they had spent the,
past two weeks with Mrs. Young’s
son, Mr. and Mrs. James Young
and family. •
Miss Thelma Pigg and Frank
Moss attended the fish fry at
Montague last Saturday night..
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell "of
Fort Worth .spent the week end
with relatives and friends in
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Mr. and Mrs. George S. Lee of
Bowie attended the' meeting at the
Methodist church Smtdify.
Mrs. J. T. Shults] is'in‘Elk City,
Okla.-, at the bedside of her fatti-
er, W. H. Goorum- who has been
ill several months.1, i
Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Perryman ana
family attended chufth here Sun-
Miss Jean Harris of Hardy at-
tended church here Sunday and
visited with Miss Jean Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. McCurdy and
(laughter, Johnnie Mitchell are
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Geo.
Mrs, Clara tSrong is a guest,
the Fred Landers home. She
W'as accompanied here by Mrs.
Cheney and Mr. and ,Mrs. Lorin
Strong of California who have
J. C. Box has returned from a
business trip to Amarillo.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Jackson had
as guests in their home Mr. and
Mrs. Hob Jackson and Warren
Jackson of Nocona.
Mr. and Mrs. John Moore had
as guests in their home last week
Miss Loree Dunn of Peabody and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carlton and
Miss Charlene Willis and bro-
ther John are at home for the
summer after attending Gaines-
ville Junior College the regumr
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| day night.
A large crowd is expected to
attend the Fifth Sunday Singing
Convention to be held here Sun-
day. Bring a basket lunch and
Layman's Meeting Well Attended
A large crowd attended an all
day meeting at the Methodist
church Sunday. Local people ap-
pearing on the program were Mrs.
Ouilda Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ler, Mr. Wylie, Mrs. Settles and
Albenta Melson, also Mr. Gardner.
Out of town speakers were Mrs.
Lulu B. Lee of Bowie and Mr.
Young of Dye Mound.
Plans for building an arbor be-
tween Hardy and Forestburg in
which to conduct a union, revival
earl yin August were discussed.
Methodist and Baptist churches of
both places would participate in
case the plans can be worked out.
Rev. Bullard is Baptist pastor and
Rev, Terrell, Methodist.
IN MEMORY OF
.AIRS. MAUDE MANNING
Miss Thelma Jo Wylie and Miss
Evelyn Dunn ,summer Students at
Teachers College at Denton, spent
the week end with their parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. J'.’ Miller anil
son Ramsey, who are spending
the summer with Mr. Miller’s
mother at Bolivar, spent Sunuay
Homemakeirs Make Homes
Two prominent members of the.
Homemaking III glass of 1941-
have decided to put into, practice
what -they have been studying by
establishing their own homes.
On Sunday, June 1, Miss Gene-
va Mon roe, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Monroe of the Uz com-
munity, became the wife of Paul
A ray of sunshine has gone away I
To shine in a brighter, better day
Don’t greive for her, she is at rest
Among the sainted and the blest. |
Of all the friends I’ve ever met-
She was the bravest I’ve seen yet
Never a grunible, never a tear
If we all were n’iijre like she
What a grand place this world |
Then when we were called away I
Then our friends like her’s could |
"Of all the friend® I’ve ever met
She was the bravest - I’ve seen yet |
Never a grumble, never a tear
About the burden she had t
To prevent thrips injury to |
gladiolus blooms, the USDA rec-
ommenrs a spray of two pounds |
of tartar emetic and four pounds
of brown sugar to 100 gallons of |
Even in Romance
You want the money you
pay for her engagement and
wedding rings to buy you
brilliant quality and life-
time beauty. Assure the wis-
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placing your faith in Tru-
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Don’t be misled. Why buy from an agent and
pay a large commission when you can buy
all standard granite direct from manufacturer
Marble & Granite Works
Quarry Owners, Bowie, Texas
.Sunday morning service at II.
Sunday School at 9:30
Wednesday evening meeting at
Reading Room open Saturday
afternoons from .2:30 to 4:,”,0.
Here the Bible; the published
writings of Mary Baker E Idy a id
authorized Christian Science Lit-
erature may be read, purchased, i
"The public is cordially invited
to attend our services and use
the reading room, corner of Tar- j
rant and Sanders Streets.
sit with me in my throne, even as
j I also overcame, and am set down
with my Father in his throne’”
| (Revelation 0:21).
The Lesson Sermon also includes
the following passage from the
Christian Science textbook, "Sci-
ence and Health with Key to the
Scriptures-,” by Mary. Baker Eddy:
"The understanding of Truth and
Love, the Principle which works
out the ends of eternal good and
destroys both faith in evil and
the practice of evil, leads to the
discernment of the divine idea”
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
James H. Westbrook, Pastor
Sunday, June 29
“Christian Science" is tile sub-
ject of tlie Lesson-Sermon which
will be read in all Churches of'
Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, June
The Golden Text is: “The Lord
hath made bare his holy ann in
the eyes of all tire nations; and ;
all the ends of the arth shall see
the salvation of our God" (Isaiah
Among the citations which com- I
prise tlie Lesson-Sermon is the |
following from the Bible: “To him ■
that overcomet will f grant to
Church School, 9:45 a.m.—Lee |
Morning Worship, 11:00 a,m.-
Wesley Fellowship and Young j
Peoples Groups meeting at 7 p.m.
Evening Worship 8:00 p.m.—
At the evening service Rev. Em -1
■nett H. Mays, District Superin-1
tendent of the Denton District,
will preach and hold our third |
quarterly conference for the year.
We extend a hearty invitation
to the public to worship at the
First Methodist church if you |
have no church home.
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Cline, A. W. The Bowie Blade (Bowie, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 26, 1941, newspaper, June 26, 1941; Bowie, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth641774/m1/3/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bowie Public Library.