The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 80, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 23, 1952 Page: 3 of 18
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) Kyle and children: Mr. and Mri
|J W Grabein; Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Kyle and family: Mr. and Mr*.
1 V O. Watson and daughters; Mrs.
1 Dorothy Curry and sons; Mr H.
J O. Watson, Mr. and Mr* O. A.
Kyle: Mr. and Mrs H. C Spence,
Iloxy and Rodney.
Billy Tom McDaniel came in
iron a trip to Karsas City last
week Me went as an F. K. A boy
Mitres uiiun at rniuu c\i. must: ns . .
Lee County planting Castor bean* \*n* "al,y m®r,tedBthe ^ w ,
report a fair cron with less labor ' Mr- a'1‘* ‘*rs ^*i,rr .Roaci? .,,f
X expense of*,harvesting **n\»!^*J*^™*^
by Mrs. H. C. ftpencs
man Monday. Mr. Poach is to sons of Sulphur, I*., visited Mr.
enter the armed service s<»on. land Mrs. J. W. Criin during the
Mr and Mrs. John Bow and week-end.
The cemetery working was well '
attended last Thursday, but not
enough workers to cere for all
graves. Visitors in the afternoon
weie Mr.'and Mrs. Hob Thompson
and Mr. and Mrs Holliman of Ada
Oklahoma, Mr. and Mrs O.
! Thompson. Hockdale.
| Mr. O. A. Kyle celebrated his I
' 07th birthday. Friday night, with
[relatives in the H. C. Sueice home
| every one hod a good time eating,
visiting pnd singing. Those pre-
sent were Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Fully Satin Lined and Interlined
NO. 414. A. r.llN.
A REAL VALUE
Regular meeting night: Firs
Thursday in each month, 7:30 p n.
Practice—Each Monday. 7:90 p. m
F W BRANDON, W. M
L J. aLBRLCMT, Sec’ry
Mr. and Mrs. Royce Harwell
anti ron spent Sunday at the Dal-
las fair. Mr and Mrs. A. S. Har-
well accompanied them to Midlo-
where they visited with
Mr and Mrs. C. E. Ward. On Mon-
day I*1r. and Mrs. Royce Hurwell
.vent to Ft. Worth where Mrs.
Harwell and son took a train to [
Memphis, Texas where they will j
visit her mother Mrs. R. V. Mes-
Verdis D. Urban, arrived trom
Camp Atterburg, Indiana at the
weekend and is visiting his par-
ents Mr and Mrs. W. A. Urban
before going to El Paso where he
has been assigned to be stationed
at Ft. Bliss, attached to the Guid-
ed Missile school. His practice
work is to be .it White Sands.
Doyle has recently completed a
radio and electronic school and
will furthet his training at his
THE REPORTER OFFICE
^ALE SHOW WINNERS—The Annual Milam County Livestock Show in Rockdale Friday and Saturday drew
lan 100 entries, with some choice animals exhibited. On page 1 of this issue The Reporter the Grand Champion
the show is pictured. Above are other big winners: Top left, grand champion female exhibited by N. A. Masons &
Bartlett; top right, reserve champion female, exhibited by Chas. S. Cox, of Temple; bottom left, reserve champion
Dm the Mason farm; bottom right, Preston H. Perry, Rockdale, shows his prize Brahman bull. (Reporter Staff photos).
out People You Know
See nur beautiful Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stone and Miss Paula Zeiske of Bellville
Card samples and place your ord- daughters Helen, Cynthia and i has been spending the east week
er early. The Reporter Office. It (Cherry Jean of Austin spent tha I with her niece, Mrs. John T. Hale
weekend with his parents Mr. and and family ir. this her former
The following group visited at1 Mrs. II. J. Stcne. home,
the weekend in Dallas; Mr. and \
Mrs. Julius Whiteley, sons Julius Chicken and country sausage
Jr., and Jerry, Miss Sue Crim, dinner with all the trimmings ser-
Mr. and Mis. Billy Kaelbtg. | ved from 4 30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m.
at Catholic church picnic, Sunday
Mrs. Billie Brockenbush is in J at Fair Park. Everyone invited.
St Edward’s Hospital at Cameron itx
where she nas been since Monday I
night and is seriously ill with Lonzo Lehman, now in Korea,
pneumonia Her condition was has recently been promoted to Ma-
slightly improved Wednesday. chinist Mate Fireman, according to
word received here by his sister,
M/Sgt. and Mrs. Robert L. Hirt Mrs. Ray Starr. Lehman has been
and daughter Jane of Houston overseas since last April, and has
visited at the weekend with her | been stationed in the Philippine
parents Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Mur- Islands, the Hawaiian Islands, and
pbree. Also with them was a Japan, and has recently arrived in
friend, Mrs. Schield. Korea.
d Mrs. Louise Brocken-
kustin visited at the week
her mother Mrs. Maude
#nu other relatives.
ne is invited to St.
Palish picnic and bazaar
rom 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. at
Mrs. Billy Mitchell of Rockdale,
Mrs. W. E. Lightner of Temple,
Mrs. L. D. Steffens of Austin and,
Mr.-,. Leo Fuchs of Cameron have
returned from a visit to the Pur-
ina Research farm at Gray
Summitt, Mo., which Is the largest
of its kind in the world. They
visited with William H. Dan-
forth, founder of the Purina ,’«m-
panv and chairman of the board.
Don’t wait until slocks are pick-
ed over before you order your
personalized ’Christmas Cards.
Make your selections now at the
Reporter (Office. lt<
and Mrs. John Flemming
niter Miss Helen have re-
; from a visit to relrtivcs at
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ellis of Hous-
ton grab ere this week visiting in
lbs home of her parents Mr. and
Mrs. hIg. Murphree.
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Cooke, W. H. The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 80, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 23, 1952, newspaper, October 23, 1952; Rockdale, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth694776/m1/3/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.