Stephens County Sun (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 11, Ed. 1, Friday, April 7, 1933 Page: 1 of 4
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SWAP DAY COMMITTEES PREDICT
Buyers Sellers Traders
And Exhibitors Are
w i Usy i 11 rcalit)
Wc are coming" is the word
that ( caches Rrorkenrklgc from Ml
ix InW April 31th la tho big day.
Viuea art expected to b ready
f"i a number of cents such as
the bent pulling team the Most
uplc picsent the family that
"uic tht gnrntoit distance nnd
r thr best old fiddler nnd oUi-
era Kite lemonade and entertain-
ment of varied nature will be nf.
Huyets wilt be here for Uic ac-
commodation of those who have
lle-' -k to sell Thli department
Is under the dlrectlun of Wm.
lienor It U thought thrtr will
be rnnned gKa on dlujilny and
prlzpa awnrtliMl This dUlalon Is
uniler MUa Mamie I'ryor.
The Sun hna received Informn-
tlon that Uiee vxchanRr dny.i
have been of ronl benefit to other
iwn Men wUh mln hnvu been
able to exchange It fnr Rrocrlc
fur tools for whatever in fact
they most nod MorchunU hnve
cnUKht the xplrlt and traded mer-
hnndie for form stinlu. Ilorsos.
cows cnle. pigs. injllr'. plows.
cars saddle. have been cxohanned
10 inoso who neeiieu mem. iI)erU(li or Mtlirtoil chlldien who
th.- pi iflt'of all tmrtlcs
Ihr Sun us stated elsewhere
will nrry In IU cKlfled column.
reS: f'T1 "" raU by u
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i nc i-umnmiuts m ihuik" '" .'It tr UUltlL'ri Old House us the sun-Ivors Lieutenant
arrangement for exchange day In Commai.d.r Herbert V Wlloy and
llrcckcnrldge folliw. Every sec- Funeral services weie held at! Itlolmrd B. Deal and M. E. Er-
tion of tho county Is represented. . WeatherforiT -T.xa. April 4 for win walked through Uic lobby of
II Urown. prizes W. P. Wood en-
I - v.ihio uhi j mi IB V ATJ 1 "I'l " v ? sw IIVIiUUHi
tcrtalnment: William Helrcr Stock ftrul bccn u rcgdenl of cu.hiol Tho printing of typewriters halt-
Kxhibits. Odlc Mlnntra secretary for About B g c W( a cJ n8 unogmphers nnd clerks loft
nnl mtminlli fsis-t 1st 1 In nrtfutlr . "I ....... ..
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supervisor of grounds; Miss Mamie
j-r.i. wtinmi vorn; r. i. .Mom-
i r agricuuuro.
;' Rreul"fo- .eii from his home In Outdo to the
Director. Count at Urgr-Jap homo of hl. Mn nl Wcftlheri0s.
l.er H. U Kirk Hurl HltUBn...rhcre he ronwlnwl unl ealn
Harpersville. Alburt Gentry.
Net'cuslty. Sam Taylor.
C.iddo tjulncy dorbett
nliind Al I'umbro
Kolisn. Vntv Phillips.
R.iker. Charles Waller
Ivan lUndill Wnsbt.
Oikley J H. Webb
I-i iu Turnty McClcskey
il4Illgh Hani Murphy
I irks Ren lUrt
'N.tal FalU Will Robinson
(ink ilrovt I.) nn Murtln
fei Fork. T Hirfs
KlianMlle. John Hill
A- ktr Iibe Turnrr
Ibrx. Henry Conipton
P.vt Oak. Brnent Curry
Kr.l Gap IIwir Doild
1. 'nevlew John Iusk
t' nrird. Joe Johnson
npcland Flat S B Rurgess
11'iiib.irii. J M. 'mdgingUn
I'i.ioii Hill. A M Sullivan
I.cRny Otwige Thorp
lur llrunoli. 1 Ccrbctt
Mnlwuy J. F Smith
Peian. T. II. Allen
i ftilt v Peel Taior
Fiankell. IMJk Ciard.nhirc
Judge Jvmte rtinliii was In Den-
tin nnd WruUiSrford Monday ami!
-tatcj be uncountnied two swap
dui in full swing It was the old
Kit at llJiiday' tonic said Judgo ;
Urn Hi I know btcauM I was '
br'ijbt up to regant first Mon-
iia. a boinp almost .is god as
count The inircs at both Dep-
n nnd Weatherford were literally
Mini with product- livoateck and
pe pte and trading wus brisk."
Iiliinr JoliBson say. as a boy
Triide Da) was an event In Ills
nvighbothood. "We alt attended
Ibeni Inoksil forwnid to the'r nil-
ititages and I'm glad Hreeken-tidh-e
i working tuwanl one"
The Sun has vtde-awoke corms-
pond 1 11 U in a number of commun-
ities in Stephens and adjacent
counties We dotlre a progressive
correspondent IN KVBR.V COM-
Mf.NMTV If your community Is
not represented on this page as a
loyal citizen will you not sec that
MSva-.lu .lukl V. A S It a . ..u -- l IITIUII u B I I ll 1 llll llllllllll- ST !( IllSllflW -llAB-B Bd BSib (...... 1 . .
U"'" '" '"" " "B"le uke nroiMiiii- ir....MJ. iulUre m coaonea and ussis wiui coniesis in their Intestines oi urinary tract
a U. mow proflUble to the pet. J J 'r ' B "rti'td hopeful of installing an engineer- marblta. washer . pitching hono.anu cause many esse of typhoid
'? W"m" rr U"n- M' V1 r1; bapp valtoy otTuh cZn anii'nS lrt"eni that .hall counsel' P'htng and jacks. Mr. Oran.ch year through handling foods' ni .
I wmld like to see a big trade ' f' ""y...u"..'lh "n .nnaL.IK ..... .. staff has offered a reward lor the with unwashed hand. Thev arel( JimHhPl'
In Mil. limn i. nil ' '.wl'Vl vu. luilll liunie.. irriESIKIII -- -"- " wii iiviiii- . ... .... . -. .. . .... ... - -..... - .
It Is In the future? Why not bcglnlthc Sun Iearn i ellg.ble foi about
with the next Issue?
We keep correVondeiiU muter
liii in ine un on ice.
Tlu Sun mIII run fnv In IIh
roltinint iinjthlnc nur rrrtlcn
hnf to 'i'hnn);e This to furth-
rr Ihr crnwth of "Swup Ihi"
and In help our midi'rt oer
the iiniicjli'i nrv. nii I)n
In ISrooki-nrldxr N April Zlth.
W'r will nrtvpt uii) dhort nd-
miil each sj I It Moudii follow ItiK
xrrtlntiU'nt whrreln iirtlrlrn nn
iiffrnil for ptriuuiKi fir trndi
mi tlu till Mondn IimsIh. No
nd will Im- run imiri tbiiu twin-
Our cliiHslffli'd roluiiiiii will
rrr our offrrlncs to bund-
rwU of Imniri thouchiiut thN
tmdr trrrltnr) nnd Rrrntl) In-
cri'iisf th iipMirtiitilt uf it Mil
Mrs. Nettie Meyers
Of Aitatin Visits
Mr Nettle Mcyera of the State '
Child Welfare Ikxird At Austin
wat In Ureckonrldgo Tueadny cnll-
ln upon County Judge Atchison '
nnd ouiirrs) IntcreMml In the Hoard's
work. Mrs. Moyerm la naotstant to .
the chief In thls'Texna department
Mrs Meyers Informed tho Sun
Uvnt the followlnp penHins have j
been nildod to the board In this i
county. Mrs. W. It. Sternonbertr. Mr
Pink N'Orrnll. nnd Mr- I!oh C'ntuW
lVv wirpo0 of tJ0 UoHfil l0
niUlUl (d orm(l !
Caddo Man Juried
U TIi e f'
w. . --eiiar. oi wauuo. (
Mr. Cellars was 72 year of age j
ccry merchant of Cnddo for sever- '" uuties to see and applaud the
Vear. ut .vOVPmbor Mr. 7.ti.imen.
nM look ck nnd hn rtmov.
j April 2. Koosovclt remarked:
The funeral services wcic held ut "l um thankful you ure horo
I his eonV home. K A. Cellars. Many 0Ut " tH me about this.-
; friend were present. both of' Wlloy told Mr. Roosovelt tho
Wntherford and of C.iddo to pay
their rripcvts to Mr. Zollars.
j Dccfnced i survived by five soiu
ami two dsugh'ers.
Approximately one month ago J
thieve stripped the airplane of;
Eddie Dye local business man. oft
Uir ui four hundred doUard
worth erf necaMori. Mr n. -.
InvealtgnUo at once. d th.
invosugnuoa at once
I mil e the actual tlileves
betnir followed. Througl
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(- j. .i.. vim. iiiBinminra in me Uommln.ioner. Ibuniu-v nml
Rreckenrulee courUHi.i. th. ihnt'tT. ... ... ." .
ha. bsm traced i f point where
officer hone to h thr thi.v.. .
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Dehlml the bar.
Singing Convention A I Union Hill
Drew Great Throng Excellent
iVlllL'ii PiiKIi. ni.. .. I? . i
music 1 111)110 iJinnei Are realurcs
.. s . villi s.'iKi(isi u i r m . in... ..! si . . . .
at rh... -I i.hi..... .."
y to doors!!!.?
The Federal government the
West Texas Chamber of Comniene
and the local chancer f comm.icc
-mr ih. ..!....
Preslden Roorcvelt .ilvcR-.tsi
Jr'Cw"iHiB Wbic nrojS-
Thit Is tliat Kedcisl money bt
loaned to carry tlu ough big publu.
snUIIUnlltg IIIUl VHIiy MIVIUVIIUD
Irrigate barien vullcys. bring ma.-
kets and produce together refo.
umiartaklng that curry illvlduiidn
(Utliti- tlrnnrl.l ll.nl... 1.nlu 1..
that thing soy. the new Pre. dent.'
with publle money that will luti-i
...... !. ...... t 1. . L. .
1. IIIU fllUIIC lflUI lllll UlU llOllil-
ury without taxation burden.
The Federal government ha t
groin loan iiuiu aviiuaiii' lor nun l"r way e unuuiniunu n ai-kClf-sUStalnlng
piojccts. nnd Texuu. P'otltnatily onv half million ilol
180 millions of this if all require-
Intents arc met.
i inc west ron uimiiincr or
Devoted to the Farm
sxl ju.jij uuano
I)r C. W Warburton nln.vo
will havo thirgo rf crop loan-
to farm' r utulr r tho now
iredit administration net up by
Agrlculturo Sctrctnry Wallace.
Of Akron Crash
WASItlNnTON Anrll .1 .11 Ri
Three survivor of the Akron !-!
atuler wers recetvsd by Presldimi
Koossvelt toilay M the Navy Do-
Irtmon4 altered osirller plans and
designated Near-Admiral Henry V.
Uutle.. hs president of the court.
of in iiiliy which will Inveterate
the tragedy next weeH.
All work ceaasd at the
me oxecuuve on icon to Keop tholr
appointment with Uie president.
As thoy wnlkex! Into the oxecu-
tvp fn Uioy ime up to the
desk nt which tho president was
soatoil and shook his lnd. Mr.
tual dunger to the Akron did not
exist more than throe minutes be
fore It crashed Into the sea and
icnrriod 73 men to their dentil
TkM . ..1a. .. ....I.I l i...
...u . Co KvC nine
..-. iv . ir uie
mia ui uic uisasier.
C oun ty Roadit A re
.. nnnt nvfv
I U UMHI if) (I CI
The t'ounty Commissioners have
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TJTJll . " JT-IT '
' Ar &
VV IssssBsW - - kjB
es .. now iJv.i 1 . PB"'f1 " r"
i the f?r7'rouniv ' ""'
..a in ih.i nJ... .
ng " pre i.u oV .ml thu.
u.k oni ... T """.. .... !
- .... .-. iMi iiii ruu.irui-lioil
'work u uoins: on at thu ii..
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'.ive and nroitatile i.roWi-i.
! The county or Stephen and cllylwy th Mm three hndr '
f WreckmiUg. enter the picture
with a vision of a groat water ny -
tmn .nr.ehlng rho..d. of ace.
nroviitim-nininv.nmi i ik..
' ' "! farm acreage to hun-
rtUa of f.m.lle.
A great dam built 011 expeit rr '
Kinecitng advice. imtoundlnK the'
wiei 01 eiiuei mc liun.-olu.i 01 th
" -" -" - MHiirv.ns wi Ln-
Hubbsid and giving plentiful pun-
ml iheap watei -that is the dreum
jf tile lejllelM nf our liinil i'hi.1. '
uei of cornmorce. i
Federal niutuy w.uM he u-ni n
111. ..... .Inll. .. . I... ........ ...
" "'-" '.V -J. W Wh .. IV T4IBI
project this money to be lepa.d
fm late earning of the yi..
larn would l- lequircd to mn
Blc a huge undertaking to "
pletion Senetuj jhn 7. Mmtn
and Home and to Eery Legitimate Interest of Brcckenridge
BKKCKENKIDC.E STEPHENS COUNTY
Important Meeting To Be
Attended By Many i
A meeting to which Hreck.nrldt;e
people are looking forward with
interest is the joint meetmj? of o--al
Rotarlans and others w.th the
I'nrks community frlday evening
at 7 30 o'clock Wm. I leister. I5d Vau-
lt aln and frosty Shields assisted
by Ml Mamie Pry or and othets.
ate an inK-ng a splendid program.
Itork-i will prov.de the music.
I'aiki ht a citizenship ns fine ne
can be found and the Ureckenrldgc
grouji hao awaited tho ploasurc ofjthlS morning. Deail WHS
nn infm mil evening pent withlbusy in district court today.
(hem for months. "We have omo A bomb made from three
tnlRlity fine younR poople cominff;
t our agriculture cluwes and tak
ing other courses front the Parka
i community" sold HeUr. "nnd I
am v'ciy anxious to know their pur-
i onts and to nieot tho people tnoro
in a personal way."
Others havo cxprodsod the con-
vlet.on unit a closer union of farm
nnd' town would build n better
Tho Sun Is requested to nay that
all who wish may go. "I'nrks lion
invited us all' tue mate 'and wo
liopo a great lot of buslncM and
professional men will go. You will
find frlonils there' thoy sold.
Plates will be solved nt not more
! l' '0 Cent. The moet.ng Will bo
n lhe rmnaslum.
j Thc 'oilowinR tentative proRram
h bn rtanStd:
i Tosstmaster C. 15. (Frosty)
Music- Parks talent.
Invocation -Judge John Mackoy.
j Greeting from l'juk- Chas. II.
Itesnotise Hsv. Carl Collin.
Bats - Plates costing iiot ovor
Heports) on Park's Homo Demon-
ktrntlon Club. .
Music Parks. '
What the Parks District Meuns
to Hrockenrldue-C. M. Render.
Music Dr. Parks and Associates
Speech of evening Odlo Mlnn-
tra. Interest Shown In
The trustee election passed off
quietly in our little city. Mr Coi-
istt. Mr. Thompm and Mr. Cato
... ..... .. . . ...
t)tinf. olected to fill the three v.v
i cnneie. Thew men are men
pel.nce and we feel sure that they
will give us a real school adminis-
tration that will be for the good of
our school and communltv.
The Improvement continues wllhj ur j0hn W Urown. State Health
energy around the school milldlnns Officer characterized typhoid fe-
snd ground. Tho additien to the 0r as a National diserace snd an
ra"v C"TOI ""'"""K s m me pro-
c-or being completed. Mrs. Gran-
' U(f' lnnnnK l0 Uo me 0JC.W
'grade school building Is In the pro-
lmntaI work ln lta "P"mnl In'ans die of this disease and approx -
! U lulur T" W1Uon wl on" Y alx thoussnd are sick with
' able the teachers to do deportment- it. The average duration of Illness
soie me isomers in uo iienorinieiii.-
' . . . .
ttl work- nml wj Pro"1le " lul-v
to"; Ub?' "nd 0"'C " W"
... i.i. .... ..h..i....i ...nt.
"""" "'" " "iieaen year.
ihe movement to erect a conimuil-i Timhold fever can be controlled
ujr uuiiuuiK in um un.i.ni jHiri. m
town to be used foi all community (
puiposes. It is something that has
oren neeuea nere lor a long wnis
i aim tne cuuens are i congrai -
. (listed unon the!.- undrtrklnz
I There Is considerable Interest be-j riers. and by the genorsl practice
BmfciihrouhoMi .' vacdnauon.
.tire school in a se-les of contests1 Certain neonle. annarentlv heal-
Uy the various
.winning iein. iaies arc iinuer
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"1 Mirt . .
I .)t Tchurch Jt'e P T
Haptl.t Church the P. - I . A.
mtin W8 PHned until a fu-
I " which time Mrs. Kel
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1 - ffW
iiOOil I CCtttlS I Ill'lVC
.. f.nnfil Qnil
Fiank Iochrldge ex-county faim
agent has five pecan trees on his
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Uml hf M'
am hM au. )W. n)' re
ben ring nicely
nuu aie u tasteful meaty soft
hlnlled vuilety The Sun editor
luestioning Mr LoclnlUg wus In.
i foim-l that pecans do well In
ths Stoilin. Cuunty section nro
in faot nntlvo to this soil.
TE.W FRIDAY APUIL 7
MAN CAUGHT AS
lJiistei' ihavel about Z
wallOP Was bellljr held ill th
MtGI)hcns cotintv mil Inrinv in
connection with an attempt-
ed bombing of tho H 1
Cleaners & Dyers 323 West
Walker Street Wediu'sdiu-
niKht. llnivel will be held until i
Ihorougli invostipation of tho
ense can be made District
Attorney Den J. Dean said
stlCKS Ot (lyiianilte Ilea 111 U
burlap nek was dtprnvd
by officers in the cleaning
shop after Nightwatcnm .u
L. T. Woodalt had found Ilar-
vel in the alley behind the
building with a lighted fuse
in his hand. Night police-
men had oidcred Ilarvel out
of the alley ten minutes be-
fore. The bomb had been lot down on'
n wire through a broken window
nt0 the rear of tho nhop
Woodall said he saw llnivel
about 11:45 ns htj entered tho alley
from tho west making his nightly
rounds. Tho man ran a few stop.i
Jumping on a pllo of wood snd as
the nlghtwntchman approached
"Help mo put this out."
Woodall cut off tho end of the
lighted fuse with his knlfo npd
immcuistely issucu a cull for om-
or night policemen. Hurvol wos not
detained at that time.
When thu policemen stated that
they had asked Harvcl to leave tho1
alley a few minutes heforo the
group of officers went to HsrvolVi
hotel room and arrested him.
He made no statement.
The dynamite used In tho bomb .
was being hold In tho district at-1
torncy's offlc) today.
The clcunlng shop oporated by
W. T. Brown wus bombed onco be-1
foro on January 15. 1031 with a
loss of about $100. No charges were i The Hunt Jury was heaid fivm;en the school board at the dec- man now In Jail a shott time be-
flted In connection with tho on-I and when officers looked nroundjt'on "W last Saturday. i f0ro tho holdup. Sho refuses to
plosion. There Is no known cnml-' for Zabe he wna gone. Other teachers elected fm Parks talk or toll of tho menu whet -
ty between llnrvcl and tho cleon -
Ing shop operator. Harvel has been'
a resident of Breckenridgo for
number ot art onU htt bcc em''
! ln PVoral locnl
Stale Health Officer
Talks Oil Tljplioid'
How To Avoid
I "' I
unnecessary ovll. while discussing
unnecessary ova. while discussing
uil. proventabl. disease. He said.
"Kaeh oar about six hundred Tex-
it. Ths ivinti
out okght weeks this means
he "9"M ta r-'"b" f"rpr'!
th. loss of MO.000 day. in Texan The fimt ludy icieived $7 50 ...
ry tne itso oi pure water pasteu -
nred milk or clean milk clean
foods proper disposal of sewage
Mreenlns; against the fly and de-
i.troylns it's breeding places by
l.aurh rnr Bnw mr nt hiimm ..ur.
thy carry the genus of typhoid in
called typhoid carriei and ninny
cases result from personal contact'
I ww '""
I" tnB a ploca for a vaca-
T "" 1" HL T"
tlwt the water and milk supply i-
pure. Ro sure thst the kitchen and!
- 'dlqlng room are screens to pro-
tect focxl from files When camp-
ing it Is best to boll water used for 'hiong of people ftoni all uvci the
drinking unless you know that It county snd in fact fiom manv kee-
ls pure. Cloai sparkling spring I0"" f West Texa 1 he oci.iiii.oii
water may be polluted by drain- was the quaitil Mir-'iiig ionwn
age ! tlon I'n-.idi nt Duniilng ileil.in'
Judge S. J. Osborne
ICetlirnS JO HreCtC
Judge and Mrs. S. J. Osborno re.
tmhcil to Rieckenridgo the ast
week to reside. Thoy have spent
the winter In Tyler but letained
their furnished homo In Hreckcn-
rldgo on Llndsoy. Judge Osborne
will resume the pmctlco of law
and Stephens County
U. S. Probes Morgan & Co. Deals
vsaHsslMLtb aMpB fB -j??:mK ME
3 x m9ifflrMws VCjIssBjJBs if i? ? 4?-K?'.w ?-?yisii
y "-5. iPss rt JMfSKt7i. sj
He . ii n d tor t tuc bottom ot
J. P. Mnrran & fii tmicli ns n
thorn' of the oldr Morguti 20 years
Senator Dtinenn FU teller right cotiterred on means of getting ac-
cess to th" firm's books. They are counsel nnd chairman of the Sen-
ate Hanking and Currency Committee which wnnta information on
dotation ot bond Issues.
ZABE A. W. 0. L.
I'lNniier WhIUs Old 01 fitiill-
room While Off. rem M-nri-h
I'or Itiuili Koltliers.
I.OsT .STRAVHt) OU STOI.-
B.V Ono Ziibo ititli'i from the
tioth District Coiiit mum Wttl-
tii'Mlny morning. I'Iixisi notify
Sheriff .1. W. Alornm.
Whilo Stephens Count office; a!
I " r
were madly searching for the b-nk
rubbers who held up the Ht-ti
Rank of Bliasvllls Wednesday
morn.ng Zabe Boles who hud Just
pluaded guilty of receiving and
1 concealing stolen cattle uulstlv
walked from the court room and
' absent without leave.
Hnba plsaded guilty to the charge
and walvod trial by Jury
Just as he dttl so the Jury in Hit
Dave Hunt case rang to report andi
Judge Hamlin told Babe to have u!
eat and he would be aocommodnt
oI with a sentence latsr.
t 5iabe already has a Uo-yeui sen-
tence for cattle theft and It Is sur
aiulsed that Judge Hamlin had In-
iQn let th l rM" concur-
rently llar- ha. stroll.
TL" known wh8t th
Judge will do in the c-isc.
" y" z ui tuiti-
" i"r"W RnW
Quill Prizes Are
Awarded tty Dry
si .. yi
it result of the quilt dinplay
and awards that have been run -
nlng for some time at the United
l Dry Goods Store and which came
I to a conclusion April 1st. Mrs. J .
B Ballew was awuidsd flr.t prise.1
G W Hwllse
... w. ..ji.. i... i .i.. i
..T.ar . .nn-i mn
lhe second $2 .V). More than 1700
wx"" """" -" " nunun-us v.-
'eJ nd .aw the display that did.
"ot sote There were 07 quilts in-
lr' on wnicn voir weie
Hecr bunir bom b-oit. buiinew
!n Rcrwlnd V. Vs. Buyinsr Wgfr
and bi'ter bungs brings bi.glit
1 Su"It f halm to the bank bunion-
Of Commerce Considers
Yas-'l Water System: Roosevelt's
Hund.y A.. II 3.d b. ought to the
-ommunlty chinch at Wnlun Hill .
Sumii a mi of tht In -t me t nn
In some ear
rtllakl-t ll.Mi 111'. Uill Sllili ill h.
hundred of families and the holiday's splendid vocal enteitainment
j pliable I'nlon Hill le.ldenls lei ' The Hun was Infoinied by those
' "olliing undone to give a du ol who went from Hiockenildge and
lomplete comfoil to then vliitorr theie weie a laige nuinlier Hint
Singei weie picscnt fiom uil lo ' ie-. than linlf the ciowd win abl-i
-'"' poinu and fiom Abilt-in'. Fml to got Innide tlio chuich
Woith 'Ihrnckiiioiton anil iiontj The Convention oted its next
of oih.i iHiiiiia. The Tuggie liioth meeting would be with tho First
Jci. quintette of Tlitoclimoiton thel Christian Church of liiecker.iidge I
scurify iKiiinR. n. conducted by
congri'sulotinl commltteo probed
ago Ferdinand Pcmrn. left and
n vi i 1 C
Ke-tlecis James iupenn-
tendent; Names Teachers
T M. James was rc-lected for
his third tcim n- superintendent
of the Park Indon-nilent School
I -- - -
dlstilct nt a mostlno; of the school
boiril at Parks Monday night.
! School board members who re-
elected Prof. James and named
i other teachers for the school there
R. R. Hart chairman.
A. IC. Warner aecrotaiy.
C. c. Vlck.
C. R. Arnold.
J- C. Cantiell.
C. II. Ccle.
I D- Slkes nnd (
ie-lected to soi-ve anotlui term
Mondiy night were
C. B Obuinc. princ pal. fm his
Mlsa Marie Winston. English
Miss Guti uie Castleman om.
Mlr. M Um
Ur wn. ;inth
M -1 Al'li ' -haw
fif-!i .up I i.xth
Mih lliii n Ri-iwn i';nd and
f mill i'iui
Mi.- Miiti nil li ml.- hi i cond
Mn l.iih Hti-plu nioii firt
Car Of lied Cl'OSS
Plniir A rrii v
1 I of Itl-d I'll - I loll!
i 1 in I'.'i' I in litg.-
tu. .l.v itturnc m i i-m
KCnir -nn .w. -Th. u
" " ....w. ...
biscu.t. again In some i.f thu
stephi- ns county heme thet have
dono without them." remaikeit a
labotlng man as stacks on stack
of the very staff of life were un
loaded In the Red Cross storaui!
rrrnis. The flour was sh'pp-d
frcm the Vernon mills and like all
that has come to Texas is from
the surplus cairled over by the
government's Farm Hoard.
Agency Basfe of Plan
of Messrs Wallet. Karnes. Prlch-
unl and Greenlee and Hpmwl'e
quai telle gave special selection:!. '
Specially well known indi-
vidual mtigei present iniluded
llfi" Hnnd of li-antlnnd and Fi.h-
ei iiImi ut tb it county hcorus nl '
-ong leaiU-is wmt'ij ot note were
111. il . n.l iinli linla.l In IliA
i mam i' wgtyyl
UTTftinp V(D npin
MEN AS WOMAN
HELD IN JAIL
Sheriff Morrow Leads In
Chase For Robbers of
Jim Howe 27 and Hat
Minor 17 vei bsing sough1
today over McBrnyor Moun-
tain near South Bend in
Ymiiig County for quest i til-
ing in the robbery of th
Kliasvillc Slate Bank Wol-
tii sdav morning when $lom
Sheriff J. V. Morrow of
Breckenridgo said that he
suapeeted the men after talk
ing with a woman in South
J fend and describ'ng the t'wi
bandits to her. She said the
description seemed to bo the
i same as the two men being
I Fern Thompson. 25 daugh-
1 ler of the woman was nr-
hlin whtfn ahQ wng 8US
I ...I C 4.. I.J ! 11 I
u U1 tM'ig ugureiii's aim
rood to the two fug'tivrs on
1 1 1 ....i..k.
Rowe Is alleged to be an ex-con
vict hnvinj sen'ed t me for bu.j.-
Texas Rangers Sid Kel-n nd L
C Sport with Shorlff J R. Fot.'.
of Graham nro aiding In the
search for the two men whit. de
scriptlons tally with thojc of th.-
' two men who robbed the b nk
Joe Smith finger print expert nf
Rrcckonrldge obtalnod Hevei l
good fingerprints off the car abir.-
' doncd by tho be milts and wi'l cn-n
j pate them as soon as R we's f.n-
j gorprlnts can bo obtained
j Roth Rnwo nnd Minor llvo nt
R. Arnold wore Grnham and were said to lne
)Ccii soan with the Thomp-m w'
Hilton Rybee now serving a !i'
term for robbery vrtth flroar ns i
slaying of Doputy Con.-1 V O.
Parks In Breokciirldge M uh 1-
' 032 wa capturC(i Ulc r.PX lla
the home of tho Tlv nj i
m in now held in j i
Sheriff Morrow Di i I Mr
and ConsUible Paul R i i
to Ureckenrtdge at t u I m
day morning aftu ;
night on the cane
Hail Fell Tuesday
TCe 8un is Informed by T P
ripratling that a considerable
fell in the Batland vicinity Ti.
Jn- n hi i neih'lil"'!
iiv nitn ' that mn
i "unti ui a coiiii i
tut ii I lere wen
iin.i. nail ni .
Mi mi ii n Mint
Mi -i .tllng n-ciii
t i- i
nut i f fur yesrii . ir po
ir.rf t i n Sun sold in w it .
hun i ue thai ha 1 be r pi
in i rnKiatre a"i tha' w -ign
i !"& itiitisiJVKl.T TO ilOW
! RUHR I'OR WHIT!. HOI - I
WASHINGTON. RfC vull
served at the White H"j e (l
eratlon when It's logai t d ir. i
uisirict oi coiumum .Mrs. I " -lUi
D. Roosevelt hersolf a tect
er said recently after n eonfei n i.
with the Rresld.nt
u.v co 1 1 it us pon i) i:.vr.-
Tlio iun has plans of import
ance to discuss with Us corr
ip-ndents. A niattor that pio
vldes coiinty-'Wldo seivfoe an"
a siimmor burbficue.
We request ouch of you i
como to thu S'jn offloe at your
convenience. Wo also doslte t
"laMon" you with atotloneo
etc for your work.
The Sun Is published at th
Htockonridgo American offic-
ii! Hast Kim.
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Minatra, Odie. Stephens County Sun (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 11, Ed. 1, Friday, April 7, 1933, newspaper, April 7, 1933; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth70489/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.