Stephens County Sun (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 32, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 31, 1933 Page: 2 of 4
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THE STEPHENS COUNTY SUN
THURSDAY AUGUST 31 1933
CORRESPONDENT'S COMMUNITY NEWS
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h h Mttti Hmmi
A. II. Webb
Mi light fcliowfin (ailing ivi'iy
.1 for ievernl days oml Motidhy
i ii-KUiar rnin auiiieieni muiBui.p
the ground now to i.mtertnll
r..i ail young m feed. gf.en dpi
n-KUiar rnln atif fieicnl mutstine
.- in paeture ami enable f.M
...len- to be planted but will not
ii .-..Mon - the weevlla will
I I'lture all Viang form fnat
i r put on
Th.'ir vrai only H light Vote )-"
ri i' lh cl'.tlun lat flatunl i
i I until. Pre mot NO N '
. ."ited by the fMmiiiliiatnneis
if in MJ12 it i wit n .. tin
ii ..) I Ion of thr ne Of XI h. '
i. i (Hint) The prwlncl ih-m i
I mi th prohibition n;tiet!n.i
t-Ji i-l.in of the iiiuttty A! n
i ! the el- tlon buxeii In tl
. r t -aat mJiiltle of Ihif
ii. m all threi pinpnilllDti- i
. i lKnlltIK beet In me -tit.
i.. i i ourity Ky nil MMina rea u.
f law the pierlnrt legalltea th ;
i. f 3 i leei aftet Hoptetnti. i '
I 'h hi later I
Mm ilnrel -.illin nee Tnrian'
win. i rpnred tn Ihla aectloti f
.unity and moved with h.
h.k.l . M.u M...l f-
vear ago make that the.
h.ri.i A f l.irrtthh tliMtbtr. Wnl 1 1 I
reived that ahe died of hejtrt trou J
Me at her home lam Friday nlh! i
Her relnahu were burled out Uieie
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Uliuay our wua ll.vuruuiy Kll'fwii
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III ' .l 1-i-iii f.l iir- villl(y. II. I
ntr many relattvea
. nli- fur Hip Junior RuniUiy Hfhool
Oakley .clifwll eommenreo Mrllrii.. TuetMlay
day of laat week It will mn tor i
'n-.iiMi ... hi vti'CHs i.irn .... MitiB Petry Jane Plllman or"" "." - ' . MrB Athnr True dell
f . .he length Of time taught. dr-' Wh.nrldu; h.a been M.Mn Htn She ha been there for J " ...X Step I. .'
.i.g the btltleat time ..f hnrveat.l nnrl nd RUBtt Mr nml Mr.two week and tn expected home"""1 MrH '"""I' aiepm na.
it'!.!!! .1 alx weeks then ilpeiul
hen resume far the tvM of the I
A few frlenda of C P Adama mid
'ittnily gathered at hli realdenci
jiurday night and enjoyed ic
i earn and "2" game.
J V Harrell and Oeorge Mor-
ri accompanied by your corres-
pondent who went along to keep
Joe and George out of trouble
went to Caddo last Sunday and at-
tended the home-coming revival
good dinner and baptising On at
riving there waa ainaz.d nt au.-h
a large gathering of people The
tabernacle was full ol eople Tll
young Hapttot pastor with a atnth
tn bin face conducted the prelim
ir.ariea. after which John Ridley.
farmer resident of that vicinity but
ntw nn evangellut with goo.1 hu-
mor allowing all over hla face pro-
it tiding atomach and long lega that
reached all the way from hla body
to the ground preached a aiirtunii.
h appealed to everyone who!
heard It After which tablea were!
placed under the tabernacle the!
hood .adie put more good thing
ii them to eat than I thought hm-
r.ble waa In ten mllea of Caddu.
At the tables I nottcrd Hill Kick
rj Homer Hunt "Jigg" Coulee
fald well and King Harrington of
Hreckenrldge doing full justice to1
the occasion the eat I meant lu.
a) If (hut bunch could hsve Imhmi
weighed before dinner then utter.'
he tesullt would have been atari
lg After the e'enlnB aervlena the
rowd repaired to the Cnddo creek.
wnere in a clear hole of water the
pastor bantlted nineteen penitent i
Thi tM-ing the first gathering
e.er attended at Cudde was fnv-
rnbiy Impressed as 1 saw mot
pretty women and more ugly man
'tun any crowd of Ita size I ever
Owing to Inclement weather
lure were no services at the nw
nrboi just erected Monday night
A i soon as the weather eleara up
it bii the revival will get linde.
wn) with Rev Scaggt of Comun
che county conducting the er-
Many from here braved the rnln
Monday to attend the Trades Day
and rodeo Among those attending
were P A Dun C C Heardeti. 3
Akers. leo Morris Joe Hurt ell
and J II Webb
The road between Iwicasa and
Prunkell has been widened in
tbl ! tl-i ulithltL fttmi uv.il l.uiin
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grade.1 high and wide so thut If1
funds can be secured graveling nml
lopped with a-iphalt. Ttiat stretch
of read then win be taken com
pletely out of the mud
Mhw Nolle KMney
A llglit rain fell here Thursday
Several people of this commun-
ity attended the home coming In
Mlaa Ida Dell Raney afat the
Mlnir Sybil and.
Camp Mis-. ljiVerne
lKime with it i fo. a
Sewers! wople sltendsij a party .
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BVM l Mt' nnJ Mr "V0"1
BttMlrk'n Saturday nigh'
Ml.es Pauline and ChrlsPne
I'rall of Imfi Ts.xsjs nre visit-
u""" "1"""' OirtstHie
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iiir tl.tr gMndmothw. Mra W
' l J"rt-
Mr and Mra Hlrhard Oon hfle
nmve Into the White Plat rotn-
Mini Noli- Itint.y spent the
week enrt with Mian l'J1tnere"
ftienanlt of Swenr.n4ale fainp
Mra Ilrt.1 A-ihtiuire nml dtug)i
tei and Mr I uati't fhaM(y have
been vHHInn filendi Hlid relntve-.
in thl Pfiminunlty
j ... ...- ..m .. iiimiiKMi
were In Ureekenrldge IWtiirday '
Mr Kobert Rnmlem vlalted her
1 uleter Mra J M Vhr the flr.t
Of 11111 Wek I
.Mra A .1 Keek la at lit enuflned
La Verne Stiffen
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hw " My Jjmy.
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T0 (v JOJn iUA nn JH
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aunt. Mr. I'".iiniii Sitniiley of Ironl
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Mti A K Hrmlford nml Mm
Aarun Hmthton aponsured a plc-
W J Oardenhlre shipped a load
of rattle to Port Worth Sunday
Mlaa Ntrva OerilHlihlrt lelnrned
to her home In llrowttwood last
lly lleriMMti ItcyiH.lrii
IS High tower principal of Caddo
High School Id In tovn inndy to
begin the now yuVa vork.
Mlaa Chrtatlne Downing who hna
been attending achool la bneh In
drley Moore of HMng Hlnr le
vlilting Sliultz Johnson hero tlita
Jeff Wright waa In Cnddo laat
Cecil Wright and Odon
were In Caddo last week
Mi and Mm Paul Haker of
Alledo. Texas were m Cartdfl Sun '
day vtatthiti her parents Mr and
Mra Jim HMrittimn
Mlaa Ctirtittne Hickman left
laat Mumlay for Alledo where she
will vtott her Mater Mra Pm.iI
Mra Hufk vlalte.1 hat ion.
J Jim Illakmun here tills week.
Mra. fflutlul f Memiihts. Tena.
I'm vtaUlug Mr find Mra A R
Johnalon here thla week
A It. Johnston nd dBiiKhlra.j
HIIHe ami Itvelyn. nre visiting in
Soirto this week.
Mrs Merrls of Otenatlen Ala
la vMtlng Mr. and Mra. A It
Johnston here thla week.
Mlaa Joy Jtnkaon ta veiling
frtemla ami relatlvaa in OftiUto thla
Hy MUa I))m. Tulor
We are having IbIs of cloudy
-weather and ome rain but nut
On Monday evening of last week
Mr and Mm. T. A. Diokey hnnur-
Ulsterln-Uw. Mrs R. C.
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Moore and their daughter. I.ucy
with a blrthduy dinner. Thorni
present were Misses Vlda l-ung-
furd. Iinu Jotdun Artie Salter
white and Wide Belle William1 ful for liio ruin us It will be n
of San Angelo; Mrs. BernlceJKut help to full garden.
Hayeti. Mesar Tloward Carnoy. i
Wayne Satlerwhlte Bill Brlcy.j Mra W. M. Crudglngton mid
Halfred. and Oordle Ijingford; jMrs It. N. Trammell visited with
Mr and Mrs. Diokey and tho
Ray Taylor visited Clifton Curry
of Pleasant Hfn Monday and
Mr. and Mrs . T. SatUrwhlte
and family at'ended the home
eonilng i the Cuddo Itjpli.it'
'"liuioh unI Sunday
MIm Vaurtlne William left lair
Wednerdny with her untie ntul
aunt. Mr mil Jin Chaile Koch '
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of len' 0" l"' 0 San Anwanl and Parkr Mr. nit.
tonlo n. K Trfllinm.tl Mm n.
Mr ami Mm fail A Collins
and daughtei. Pcjrl. f Hrerliii
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Mr ami Mm ail A Collins
ridge v..tl In tit.- Home of Mr.
and Mr K. Taylor laat HVlday
Mlfs Opal Satterwhlto of nr.Nk-
enridge -ipe-nt laft
u. uh a. I u
home With her parenli. Sir audi
Mri It F Sattet white
. --n. x. Jnj.n Htnart of1
hH at.t. Mm John Mtitatt of
...a. 1a.4 Oi.uill... 1
lvi-an last Sunday
! Mii Vida Ijinglird onlertalned
i with a liaily at tile home of her
I parent.. Mr and Mr-. J. !'.. I.ang j
l0r lajit FrMiay nigni
"" " """ilbrnlp Phllllna and chlldien. Mr
Hy Mra. .Ilui TiiKgle
Mr and Mra Wade nownlnrj or
11...... t-.w.. ui.i.a.. t.-lil. reiemta
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jteturn home the latter rt of
Mra. 11. D. D.ira and dnughter
Mra. I'orth have roiio to Chicago
to vldi tho Worlil'ii fair.
Mlaa Hotly Gllbort left Saturday
on a trip to the World'a Fair at
Mra John O'Dell la the gueat of
i i t. ....a..... at I-V......J.. 4J...lat.
iHonietlme tide week.
The fhur.h of flirlat meeting
'atirted Saturday nltfht with B.xmI
attendance The preaehlng t-i be
Ittg done by HrothBr A W Oliver.
Roy Tuggle and family f Albany
attended phurfth hero Sunday.
Their little dtiughtnr Mtlba Itoyce
stayed for a w.ielt'a Wlt with bar
mint Mm. Jim llughea.
Hilly llorton of Ivan vna tho
gfinat of hts ntmt Mra. Cliuenoe
NVhltmlre JatH we.ik.
air ami Mra. Mo Hobertton and
daughter Httuy Ta of Hrecken-
rfcig ami Mum MlWrad Milam .f
lSltaaville nttentlml rlturch here
Sunday. MUtiea Ituby U and Mil
dred alayod for a weok'. vlatt with
Mra. Clnranee VliUinir.
HUiy itMtwine i nmaaiiiiinim
Upent la t week with hla grand
parents Mr and Mrs J D Worluy.
Miaaes Oeraldlne and Uoretta
" "' ISaatland are tha gueata
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for a few days.
H) lie AI.VA IIIIPHKB
Mi's Nova CiRr.lenshlre of llroun-
woo.1. who has been vtalttng her
father here lias returned Ihhii.
Mr .ami Mra. T. U Adams.
Clni Adam ami ueerge ing-
fartf are vuntlng In Uihboak thla'
M OKAy Johnson la atlll In
th Ranger hoapltul.
Rev and Mra. Heynolda nrn
vl Itlug Mr and Mm. A. II Sntter-
We are very glad to see It rain-
U Mr. .1. V. fnitlglngton
Mra It A Angel of Hrecken-
tldge wpent part of thla lant
week with her daughter and son.
Mr and Mr. W M Crudglngton
and Mr. O H. Angel.
Mr and Mm. It. N. Tmmmcll
spent Saturday with their daughtur
Mra. Joe Angel of Hreckjjnrldge
Center has received plenty of
rain this time. Everyone la thunk-
Mm. Prambrough one
Quite a number of persons of
this community attended Trades'
Mr and Mrs. Squires werfl
rldgo vlsltora Thuniilay.
Mcmlay night theie peflplc met I
tf l made Ico cream In t.io iinmoj
of Mi and Mra. W. M. Crudelng i
ton Mr and Mra. Joe Angel nml
children. Marie. I.ol Hilly K.I-1
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gl. Ml I.Oretie AUgcl At
Mrg Q AlK(1 ntll
... ic -. Kiunbioui
' " Llfl" AUgei Mr. mini
Mrs 0 Angel and son. Wnyne.
.Minn ittnm.i uw Fnmutougii Air.
!ind Mm w onidp.lngt.in rtnd
eUMn tobcrt nmI Dorothy
rle Kveryone there had a iiK-e
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ll .MnrKri'p DiiM'nort
T T X
M(lpfl Trail pny lt rirpolten -
There wre aome few Who i '
tmlai riii..h l Caddo Butidnv!
nlf nt follow. Mr. nml Mra.
I J U llsma nml children Mra.
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tJewel Carrol. Mra. C. J. UMllluma.
' Tad Inrna. Mnrvtn Wllllama
Ainrgie iMTpnpnri wniincp i.enn
nml 0ml Cray.
Mlaa Opal Orny rotutned home
from Knox City Init week where
"1 .IUnK frlendH.
Mlaa Othcl Truefdell nml Karl
Can el attended n ihow nt Kreek-
iinililge 'Phurwlny nlijht
Mr. nml Mra. O. P. Trueadell
ami chlldien nml Henry Denver's
left Sunday foi Mummy Texiut
where they will pick cotton.
Mrt. Cecil I'iiinly la vliltlngher
Mr and Mra. C M. KcIiiiIh Mr.
and Mra. f J Wlllnnu and son
Marvin Wllllmu. and Mr. and
Mra. Ted Hnrnoa atteniled NRA
Bret - ken
Mr. and Mra. J. W. Tri.PBdell! Come on-.mnebody apeak up-
nml children tpent Sunday with M hear o.ne more auBB"Jtlona
Mrt. Tmewlalll pnrenta' Mr. and concerning the barbecue when-
Mra. llnllbuiton. j and where?
Zonk Ilnmll ta having hla eyei' CWe will uiher In the new rail
trwited In Mineral Wells nHer a tteason with It Hro I.uke Where
limb hit him. .and Just when do our correapond-
loree Dflvonport ipenl the week
ond with liero oomlii Agnea llnm-
II at Iireekmirldge.
Chailea Ray Kelley of Caddo Is
spending a few day with hit
x c M mxa
Mr. and Mi . Ituv Btiliulllliir
i .! Illl( gttinley Orny
wre In Hr.ckiinrldg ahopplng
.(.HMlMMHH...N...M.I.UMU4HI.Ht.... ....... Hill. Ii
l-Nsle Miu Hoyett
-w"- M"'""m --'-"
Mr. and Mra Oirl Pile or
Ur.tckenrl.lge were vlsUom of Mr.
ami Mi- . lCdgnr lite Sunday.
Mr. and Mr. C U. Horn re-
lutiiod frtun Onlveatnu Saturday.
Mr ami Mra. V.
have returned from
Mr. and Mrt. S. P Hoyett and
family apent Sunday with Mr. nndi
Mra Hurt Hrooka of Moron.
Mr and Mrs. It. O. Oram are
hom from Abilene when tliey
tmvo been going to Simmons.
Tho Ibex school Btarta Sept -t.
And wvery one Ik ready to begin
Mrs. Put Olviina oml Mlsa Orace
Moore of Dallai were vltitom of
Mr and Mm. A. A. Whorton.
Mlwes Knthrlne Smith and
Marjorle Turner of Ureckenrldge
vtalted Mlasoa Hillle Arden and
Kuthryuu Whorton last week
Mr. and Mm. J. Z. Hoyett and
Mm. it. I. Hoyett attended the
meeting ill Pisgah last week.
Mlsa In no Plte spent Tuesday
night In Moron with her brother
' Mr. and Mr . Ralph Plte and
William Pile .pent Sunday In
Morun with Mr. und Mrs. Kenneth
Mlsa Clarene Miller who Is stay-
ing in Hreakenrldge to attend
school Is home for the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Author Isabella of
Albany were visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. D. P. George Sunday.
Mra Maud Baker of Coleman'1
county In visiting her parents Mr.
I anil Mrs. D.'P. George.
Mr. and Mr v Cnulilo Goodman
of Mississippi ami MlM Oile Mop
Alexander or North Carolina weie
visitors of Mr. nml Mra. Edgm
'Kilo's Inst wet-It.
Mr. nnfl Mm. W. J. uoyott
were vlsltom m Ablleno Thursday
Mrg. J. '.. Uoyott Is vHtlng In
Mrt R. 1 Hoyett visited Mr.
and Mra. Joae Rldori of Ciaco
! Ibox Mill nxtend Iti welcome to
vlattura on Sunday night Our'
lahiBluo la Improving rapidly.
B I. like 5rn
A good Klin which wan badly
needed fell here Monday furnish-;
Ing n seaionlnu llitlK desired by the
farmura of this community.
Kdwnrd Moore lmi retutned
from Stephenvllle wh.ue he iafl
! irnidunted from John Tntleton
Hichnrd Stono of Rule Texna la
viHltltiK bis sister Mra. M. A.
ParkM wai well tepresented nt
tho Oreen lintein la t Saturday
The Pnilta Hall Club baa dis-
banded until further plana have
Th- CUMB f V"? " T
() Ilou . Sallday to wtltc
the .tate'a dvclHlon na to whether
t'he Eighteenth Amendment ahooiild
be discarded Ita place to be taken
by Htnte conttol of the liquor
pioblem will ulo the Homl
lenta prer. r to meef.
UNION HILL NEWS
Hy Mr. O. P. Nilll
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I Heulth In our community la fine
at thla writing nmi we are. very
lli-mkfiil Thete wna a light dlU-
iety rain Sunday and Monday
which ndded to the light rnln wo
liml n fpw iluvs iiin. la enough tf
' bring up the seed that haa been
'planted although It haa not put
'out any Htook water. Some people.
Ihuvn been hauling stock water for
tw) . Uir nl0ti. However we
ur hoping for n heavy lain befoto
nv .In.. Pnrd filled hit regular
.. j. Sunday hi com-
puny with Jtev. Muslo of Abilene.
whii preached u igoo.1 sermon at
H. Mlngonlth(l eleve O'clooi jour. Our pua-
lor prwiohed Sunday night. Ho
brought u timely inetiwige. that win
when It la flnli.he.1 liiingelh foith
Listen Editor and oil Sun read-
er.! I broke the record or my
whole lire Sunday. I nevor lelt
our own community when we hud
services or any kind and alwiiyn
taught my children to help keup
up home worship My mothei
taught lib thut way. Although I
could not forget her teaching und
the things I have tuught my own
finally however I felt thut I wuh
excusable for this once us Brother
Riddle was pahtor or our church
rour years. George P. Jr. myseir.
In company with our daughter
Mrs. J E. Moore and children
went to Caddo Sunduy night to
hear him preach and I wish every
one that Is weuk In the fulth
could have heard thut sermon Mb
took the U3rd Pdulni for his sub-
ject and the way he brought the
mesuuge was wonderful. Thero
must have been 200 people present.
They had an abundance of nice
food a tab'e reaching ncrois one
end and side of the tubernucle
and they treated all visitors roy-
ally. It began to ruin and we did
not stay for the baptising. There
were 27. I believe to oe baptised
Sunday evening. There were 30
odd udditions to the church. Thin
may be the last time that we will
ever hear Bro. Riddle preach. We
hnna nnl Jul. Itr.m nml Mil. unll
fj m'n Ti.rrtinth.nhn
wo can say. that we sat In heaven-
lv Dlaces under the soothing
sound of the gospel and under the
Gripping altar we hntl bread that
sinner know not of.
Snmly Brooka mid family of
Mineral Wella Mi. and Mra. Cliff
ISilwnnli of Abilene Mr. Joe Cio-
lpy Mr. Dell Ciohty nml futnlly of
Poat City and many ntheis forinor-
ly of our nearby nitnmunltlp wore
ptpfteut to hear Hro Itlddle. It
waa n ffrent plonmirc to p.-nRp their
hnnda In brotbetly love nml to eep
th.'li fntttlllnr fnt-eft nRnln. Wetstin
any with the npontle. of old that
we know that we have ptmei'll from
death Into lire beenuap we love the
Dear Rdltor T enjoyed your nil
mnnllnn to the votera of Sttipheue
county. Starvation and nndeneia
I 'talk In nut land nml the ory of
. overproduction HOttnda na monkery
! In our nam. The cotton bpltiK
nlowed mi. when T cunrnntpe Unit
jth.up will be thmiaHiida of -iPop1i
tlmt hit now nml will be Mlennllie
i.mi. ipu their nlllowalln
tlu llMPrwnr jelnj: made of
flntir and brnn aaeka. and anme
wear Hhlrt' of the annip Oh thla
U the time that wiih anoken of liV
... -.. thnt n.n -lfti fear
wlml cnmliu; upon the emth
that all fneea ahull Kut'ier blnok-
neaa. Today Is the dny of tho
l IghteVnia wtnth of a mighty Ood;
In times of plenty we have walked
with lofty eyea and have been
wanting more to spend on our un-
Oodly hint. The little horn thit
wa broken off of the beast Is
growing fnit. Conatantlne who
canned the banlHhinpnt or Arius.
the Pope brokp tho horn or pow-
er during the Wotld Wnr. Ul
voire wiih heard all over the wotld
concerning our nrml'tlco and now
we ate racing the tnnrk or the
beast. How shall we escape for
It Is will ten mid He cuuseth nil
Miiiull and great tlch and oor
riec and bound to recalvp n mark
In their tight hand (mealug pow-
er) or In their roroheoda. And
that no man might buy or sell
anve he that hud the mark or the
name or tho ben t. or the number
or Ills nume..
Mr. nml Mra. O. IC Omy have
teturned from their vacation. We
welcome them home. Mr. and Mra.
Jacobs nud children accompanied
Mlsa 131 tie llopo waa n gueat In
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Prouklln Sundny nvniilng.
Ml and Mra. Prunkltn mid fami-
ly attended ehuroh Sunday night.
Rev J. A. Smith It visiting in
the home of thla writer for u row
Eugene Smith In company with
Mlaa Vlda Iingford nml other"
went to Hrecltonriilgp Tuesday
Now about the Imrbeoun. I think
either of the plncea that havo
been mentioned would be Just fine.
Now I don't euro sq awful muuh
about the eou. folkH that onn got
It eut too much. Another thing l
whom nre wo going to have at
Hint gathering uxcept tho editor
and hla atnfr. I am anrc Hint ev-
ery one will be pxpected to brlllR
.ukes ploa mid other loolliMio
Oh yea. l&lltor Mrs. Connie Hro
nouoh received the Sun o. k. and
mid that alio enjoyed It. Thanks.
Little Oene Moore son or J. W
Mooro or Hreck.iniidgo roll from
a horae and broke both bones In
bis right nrm nbout 11! o'clock
Tuesday. Thin happened nt the
D S. Uivelace home. Ho and C
J. Crook took him in In the doc
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lly t.uelln und llatel (Iniy.
The farmers are rejoolng over
the rnln wiilch fell here Sunday
und Monday evening.
Mrs. V. A. Oann und several of
the young folks of thb commun-
ity enjoyed n plonlo Wmlnpsduy at
the Cedar Bridge. Thoie present
were- W A. Arthur Lee and
Georgia Fern Oann Willie Kate
Corbett. Elizabeth llorton Eates
1. 1 1 e s Cretslnger Weotherford
Ruth Norn-nguau and Madge
Norton and I.uolle nrd Hazel
MHs Irene and Ada Fern Cllne
spent Sunday with Mrs. W. A.
Marjorle Jdhn Amos Wright. J.
K- TlU8ae- Weatherford Norton. J
B. and C. B. Deaver and Richard
Wood attended the ball game at
Rllaavlllo Prhlny night.
Dorothoy Jonea 1Th?c1 and I.uolle I Amnti by Mlko Banea of Chicago
amy ipeiit Sunday with Alvorlno)0no of the beat know nrodeo pro-
Denver iduceis In tho mitlro cuntry who
baa named hla mnnagera for the
Mottle Unlley .nmit Sundny ' ahow Joe K. Orour and Candj
with lOlmnbcf. llorton. llnmmei. Theae two mniMBoa are
I widely known both as rodeo con-
Mr. HIIIIp llorton r.pent lnal tealanti and tnanngera. Hanoi pro-
woek. with hla tipple and mint Mr. duced tlie rodpo conteat : held at
ami Mrt Clrneu ..hltmlte of the 1030 and JDM evpoaltlong of
Woodaon. the Htale l.'nlr of Texna.
II!.' ....I..IIIIMII.MM. HI. Ml I. ... in mw . . .. .
rtTT.TCiTiTTril "addle troihlea will be
liUiNblvilil ftWHtded In the hron.. riding cnlf
IJy Mlna Opul Holes roping ulcer tiding and aleer bull
...I. n. ...... i. ii . Mum. . huh. ' dogging oventa. Winuera of the
The long needed rnln haa come r"''" fe.ttuiea will alio tecolve
nt Put with plenty of aloalt wa- " l"lt' "I MouthweKtou Champion.
tct. whleh wna getting very aearce '''' uldle trortiien will be hwtird
mid a good aeaaou In the giound '"'I '"' eompeilon of the conti-.l
for fall gntxloirlng. j events.
J Some of the host conteat toileo
Oeorgc Petty a lifelong riwltlont handu known In the hualueaa have
or thla place waa airuelt again nlreiuly ient In their antty blanks
with parnlyala law Thuradny and r t1P champlonhli .iventi. nc
died Saturday morning at two rot.diK t advlrea teoelvud hero
o'cl.-ck He waa laid to real Sat- fnm .llrnR lu ni(Uon to np-
utdny ev-nlng nt aW o'clock. All ..... i the fan v .iimIml the
hla ehlldi-en except one daughter
was at his bedside.
nettle and 13M" Mnp Cnmpbell
vlalted their sister nt Wuyliml
Mra. I.u'hot Wilson last week
Ml. and Mm. K. E. Tennyson o
Hi own wood Hpent Sunday with H
C. Holes und family.
Mm. T C. Cox Mm. Cloo Cox'
Mm. Geotgo Unwtence Mia Emu-1
t poe nd Mm En. i cooper
spent Wednesday with Mra. Ada1
and Mm. Ployoe Poc.
Mm. Ada Poo and son Wesley
and Dock Cnmpbell weie In Hieclt-
on i Idge
Mrs U V. Daugheity and sou
U V. Jr apent Friday evening
with Mm. Ployee Poe.
John HeMiel and Roy Holes
weie In Ranger on buslneaa Mon-1
Jnck and Mlsa Ahneda Uiwruuce
apent Mcmluy und Tuesday with
Mr. and Mm. l-'loyce Poe und Mr.
und Mrs. Qno. Iriwruiicu.
U. C. nml Hoy Holes. W. T. Hln-
win Mini ir. -nininpuu wijiit i
It) Mrs ). T Henry
Mr. and Mis. (leoige Oakley und
sou Cletlce .if Morun di guests
of Mr. and Mm Elmei Callaway
Thui sduy. Mr. mid Mis. Cullaway
loturued houio with them foi a
few days visit.
J. C. Heaa of Mornu spent sev-
MAI Uliyi 1110 JMlsU WUMt wun iiih
al tlayt the mst week with ii
gianihiiothei Mra. Iaura McKee.
Kownrd P.yor of Cbwo ha. been
..lui.i.... ... .....i .i.. i..t... r.n...
.laiiiug .ti. n.i.i iia. .i.T ...
wny the pnal week.
Harney Yaogor or Putnam has
sevortil men ul work rupuliiug tliu
fent-es on Ills pasture here.
Mrs. John Huiuy nml little
daughter Uoloics woro guiisls or
hoi sister Mm. Claude Patterson
of Moitin Thiiifduy.
It Is still tiny In this community
und several people aie cleuiilng out
their Aiirfuco tun Us.
Mrs. Claude Pu'terson und chll-
diuu I.u Juno nud Elvlu wuro
guests or Mm. Hilllo DorMur Tues-
day. Tliomns Wobiter and Miss Mae
Ellis both or Cottonwood dtovo
to Mornu Sunduy morning and
wuto united lu marriugo ut the
Methodise pumnuuge. Mr. Web-
ster was reeied In this commun-
ity and Is well known here. lit.
is tho son or Mr. and Mrs. T. P.
Webster. We Join the people hero
III extending congratulations. They
will muko Cottonwood their home.
Mltwi Gertrude Henry spent Tues-
day night in the home or her
bluthur John Henry and family.
At Dallas Fair
DAU-AS. Tex. Aug. 29U.R)-Tho
Southwestern Champion Cowboy
Contest wll be staged at the State
Pair of Texas Oct. 7 to 22 when
the best cow hanaa In the entlm
country as well as many others
from the Southweit will compote
for the $7000 In cash purses mid
the silver mounted saddle trophies.
It has been announced here by Ot
to Herold president of the exposi-
tion. The Southwestern Champion
C iwboy Conteat will be pr atn cl
Hn p t'tnntPd In ln L'.v nck
fancy tiding mid other contract
evenU on the piogram many
championship rodeo pet formers
will be enteied In the rodeo events.
TO SELL HOGS
8000 Offered At For)t
... n. -x t
Wnrlh Firsf llaV
PORT WORTH. Aug i'H (U.ft.
'Despite preinu warning faitn-
i ers Nwnmiied the Kurt Worth live
stock uinlket today with hog ship-
ments reaching approximately 8-
000 hend as the federal government
hegnu Its hog reduction buying
''l"''K ' '
Partners had been wnrned tint
only 11700 plga and plggl h ii)vv
would be bought each day but fear
that the national quota of .'i.OOO.OOO
head would be reached before they
could market their supply led many
ifarmera to tu.h their pigs to the
numn ) boghl .
.i. v will have to be held ovei until
Inter lu the week. Shipper will
have to bear the expense nt hold
lug theit hogs for tutor sile. local
co-oidlnntor A. A. I.und anld.
'There Is no cause for rush' ho
tald " hlppcts have plenty of time
between now ami October 1 and a
little rntethiiUKhl will save them
money a n .! holdover expenso-i
STEPHENS COUNTY SUN-
I Ultllsiiirit ryriy t'lKf.ijr ml t'u
Elm Street hy Breckenrldge Pub
"""'"B t-'ompany. Hreckenrldg
I 1 oxaa.
(hilt. Mlimtru Ktlltor-l'iihlUher
One Vtmr hy .Malt
Ad prilling Hiiten
Display rates on application. Clas-
sified ratps. 2 cents per word.
Minimum lf words. -I Inseitlom
for tho price of three.
Entered aa Second Class Matter
June 10 1U30. nt the Pont Orflce
at Hretkomldgp. Texas under Act
of March 3. M73.
NRA Guaranteed Permanent
Waves. Prices $i 50 up. All style.
Mis. Joonette Campbell. 1200 Bust
Walker St . Preckenrldge. Txa.
TO SHU. OH THADK RegUtni
ed Jersey bull cnlf 7 mouths old
rVom prio winning dulry oow. $15
Call ut Sun Office.
Winchester 22 good condition. Will
trade foi htilfor. Call at Sun Of-
fice. To Whom it Mny Concern. Ilavliyr
sold tho buslneaa known as the
Milady Beauty Parlor looated at
123 Wait Walker Street Brecken-
rldge Stuphons County Texns. I
am no longer liable for any bills
or IndebtednosH contracted by and
for said business. Mrs. Edith
Martin formerly Mrs. Edith Mur
CARD OP THANKS.
We wish to expross our thanks
to our neighbors and many friends
who assisted us In every way In
the sickness and death of our dear
companion and father also our1
darling son and brother who wai
In that most terrible explosion at '
Borger Texas on Juno II 1033
and to those who spoke words of
comfort and cheer In this sad hour
May the blessings of God be with
each and every one of you is the
MRS. ADA TROUT
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