The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 306, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 23, 1932 Page: 3 of 5
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TIIE BRECKENRIDGE AMERICAN BRECKE1JRIDGE TEXAS. WEDNESDAY "NOVEMBER 23 1932
hanhsgiving Appointments Used By Mrs. Lee Thompson
Alanv Are Guests
M Bridge Partv
TtYkeys Arc Pil;
V"fo Mrs. A. C.
And rows ami
Mrs. E. R. ElknlgH.
Mat kins the season of TnanRj-
v "jj entertaining waa tho etev-
". arranged party given Tuesday
J noon by Mr. Leo Thompson
M- nbt a of her brhlj? ctafc MMl
n friends wore Included In th
ge group of guests.
V miniature barnyard waa the
rnierpiece n Uie dining taWe.
i-urrounded by a attch ann)y
trite barnyard animal and Hswta
xmI around the old faaMancrf
Mm A block and m etiggeattng
that one n( the liarnyard family
might furnish a Thank gisring din-
rer. Mood In readiness
An'umn leave and tutor fea-
turing yellow. rtl ami green were
uAed as clecvrmtitM through the
rooms Bridge tallies were Uir-
keya and the table covers rattler
cut 'lie John Aide smd PrteeMla
Turkey- were preaented to Mr j
A C Anorewe for high score
atntng the club members and to
Mr E. It Etlrdge for high guest J
score High cat award rai 10
Mrs Eugene Thompson and Mrs.
Bryan Atchln received eoosola-
''Wk'-Plum pudding with wine sane.
(Editor' Note The poem. "Let L's Remember. ns written by Mr-
Wadsworth on a request of the American for a Thanksgiving ien!l-
ment. Mra. Wadworth wl recently celebrated her TtKh birthdiv
hoe wrltttn Ohany lovely poems and hi? gained rieognltlon on many
of them i
LET US RISMKMBKR.
Tho wn of llfo In ii one-way rnudi
Tho' wc c lightly or Ix-nr tlw loud
Tho' we. ilng on tlir hill fop with ejw on the su
Or trel tho depth with n sob or a sigh
Tho way Is crowded tho' low or Jilgh.
i- u lend ii h.u.d as w puts by.
Knr n Kind word vpoken can noter die.
The night mut ctcr Imrj the day
And ii deed undone Is lst for ii '
lt iih turn iisldi. on Urn onowtij mud
To hl ii brother irr his loud.
Or u UI"r. frnil who licit lost Hit wuy
n ti!ilf her ftice from tin lltht ( dny.
The Senior tolled up a oni'-wnj rend.
Dragging hl eroH n henvj Imid
And Ihou on the eroi again! tin iky.
Walling nnd walling o long to die
rhttt we might feel anntherN mliu
.Might hi'lp the it ti eome Imcli a en In
There N m.in n ortw on the Hiii-way rwnd
A crown of thorn K n heiuj land.
-Multi.- Ij-e Wad-tworth.
Jut t A Bit
rtoawell New Mexico to spend
Thanksgiving with t'nclr aon. Bill
who is attending New Mexico
J P. Lohon will apend Watlnes-
AllHon and Ica'.er Clark who have
been attending Southwestern Un'-
veralty In Georgetown.
Mr. and Mrs. Pink Norrcll will
pend Thanksgiving In Eaatlond.
They will go on to Brownwoo.1 for
a few day' visit.
Loon Oiborno of Bonbrooft fa
ponding n few days aa tho gucat
Ilaytnon Stoker In leaving Pridav
to aptnd the weak-end in Dallas.
Fred Ail n and Mii.i Lily Gran .
berry upent Tueday evenlnjr In
Hanger n the gueaU of Mr. and dny evening In Thurbtr.
Ur. Klatcr Smith.
Mr. and Mra. Alan Ledbettei wiltcf Mr. and MM. Jot LUm.
Mr and Mra. H B Fur.- will Pnd TnankajflvlnR with Mr. Led-1 - .
have aa ThankagivinK Ruwa Mr better'.i mother In Mineral Wells 1 Mr and Mra. Cloy Wllaou of
nd Mm O. M. Ynminl anJ two; They will to to Dnllaa Saturday Fort Worth nro the gueU of Mll-
aona George and Wood row and ' for the T. C. U. and R. M. V ton and Porter Daniel.
Mm. PHlliam. all of Datlaa. ' giunt. I
- I MIm Josophlna Still of Bethel la
Mr. and Mra. Wilbur Van Bibber i ' of her Iater. Mr.
Mr. and Mr. L. M. Smith return
ed thte morning from a vlalt in will apend Thnnkagivlng Day in
Texarkaaa. DalUa ami Kort Worth.
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS FORM
RESPITE FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS
After long hour of toil and
tmly. loilesje tudent.i come tronp-
ing en maaee home to en)oy tho
font .luni r College in Weather-
frrd returned today
Mian Novelene Thompson return
pareota and frleMla.
Loyalty to their old Alms Mater
Brack em-Mge Itrph Mehoul. will
d coffee were aerved to Je fol
lng; yjciti Mealame J It
rewiter Chnm II Deere. Dan
V'V". W II Cook. Arch Kinchen.
ugene Tlwmpiioii. Dick ClarK
uel E1IU A. C Andrew. Gorge
Illnsham. Iloyca Mohone. L
.Stalling. Lcator It. Wood John
Scth. Hucll Brtnncn.in. E I
Farmer. A II. Milk. E R El-
ledRe. It. C Bnrkur Paul J Ilnb-
bell. Ja- BV AlMaon. Bailey W
llArdy W O Cleg. II. Pace
.. .... . r ft tlN.u. I
O Pate. Well Caten. ind Ml KMnuel and .-rhid Bender Jo
TlwwUaglvlnK holiday with their Tuday for the holidays. She
Ulan Doraatt Sheffield will ajwiMt
Thanhngr ng in MlngU-i with her
Dean Matiaon of Vmlene wan
here on buaineaa today.
Mtaa Nancy May Arp rttttrned
to her hwtne In Crccent. Texax. I J B Phelna left Hit morning
today after epending a week here on a hunting 'rip In Maeon Coun-
Mr. Jid Mr- R. I McArron
spent Tuesday evening In EaMland. A. E. Bethel wilt leave Tliankic
t - giving on a hunting trip near Man
Mr and Mrs Otin Calvin left i 8a ba for a few day
this afternoon fm i wn-k-cn I vioit
Mr. ami Mra. Joe Anbury will
Mra. J B. Williams will ?pen I Pd Thankajrlving vkriUitg rcU-
the Thanksgiving holidays in Kll- ( Uvea in Itoaabud.
. ";rr . ( Pope Is Speaker
Mr. anil Mrs. W B. Whetstono . . '. . -.. .
will pend Thanksglvina In Jacks- .'It OLlKfl LlllU
Rev. Kenne'h Pope poator of
the First MethodUt Church waa
the speaker at the mocttmr of the
! Anna Frank Artiat Club giving- a
! special Thankagtvlng nddroaa. .Mrs.
Oltn Calvin was program lender
The meeting Tuesday wm In the
home of Mian Gladys Brown with
Mlea Edrl.ie Tyson a. cj-hoe'oni
Plana for the charity ChrisUna
dance to be given December 11
wore discussed. Invitations will
he mailed lit Uie near future.
man Colllni. Betty Sue Collin?.
i n r t . iiivib .tic.1111 1 iiy nu ikai;it:ii-
itlCei r Or dlUUtJ McMurray Visitors were A. A. Pot-
ter. J K. Hall C. C. Pecks and
Circle Two of the Baptist Wo- Jock Morris
men's Missionary Union met Mon- During tho businoss lenslon lie
day in the home of Mrs. W. H grove voted to observe their tev-
Rold with Mrs. D. W. Harroll a enth ann versa ry with a bisket
c6-hoetoaa. supper on December 6.
After the business session Mr. . .
D. P. Calvert diicumed "Tlthlne." '
Mrs. Paul Weal gave a report ftthn " - CHAPTfclt W7I.L
tho rcent convention In Abilene. "hT TllinwiiAl NIOHT
Tito teaton from the study book.'
"Great Joy" wna prescntexl by Mr-.
C. A. King.
refreshments were served .-
Menlamea Charlie Ko M. M
Tucker D. Ifeneon Raymond Wll!
Icr. D. P. Calvert It. N. Grubb- i
H. J. Morgnn. C. A. King Ferguson.
L. Adntr Carpenter C. O. llumlir.l
Goo. U Kellcy II. IS. Grecnhiw.
nnd Hodges. I
Rn-mond Oandy from Loniaiaoia
is visiting here for a few days.
Miee Mamie Pryor U attending
a meeting of Canning Demonstrat-
ors in Center.
his been attending Texas Tech in
Lubbock thia year.
Ivan Stapp. Doyle Pennington
urns some o. mree aiwumia noano Rtd KiW BreekearWw
.n imo io aiiemt in Brecnen- .. ii-.fci ...nnk.ii -i... ..m
ridge-Banger game Thurwday. Oth
ers of Rrei-keiirldge l'-llty. will
remain ' see college and unler-
slty ti!(4 jnd I ! "leit honn
dltlin Mir week-rail
AmoiiH tn re hc uir expcctfl
lo he hi-i. ilurlug th illilay .if
MUs I-1 4ii i-iU- .itnl Mcsnr
M. E. Circles Meet
For Last Time
Circles uf the Flr.t Method!
Church Missionary Society
Monday afternoon for 'heir final
session or the year Ctrrie mv
met In the heino of Mrs. George
T Bingham with Mra. It. V Mead-
cr as co-hostces.
Sixteen mtmbora and one v.aMor.
Mia. Ischall. war prnt. The
free will offering' awu-unted to
t Jned wembers of circle 'no in
h r home for a aaetal meeting
Refreshments were imI it the
cloic of the afternoon tj twelve
be here Fridnv fioni John Tarlcton
Jnmei iditver of Texan University
it experted to ame thla evening
Mis i Prudence Robert who hns
b-rn .ittending Texim Tech in Lub-
bnUi tin- veil lit expected to re-
turn f"t the holiileyo to lay oi
Karellta. Mmpny Webb. Hank rnur .lay
Hwevne tnd Joe Ben RuhscII .11 IHiiw.mmIM.hu -T.i.t Ii h In
of Texa L'mversfy wdl bo her- Lulibnck i exie. t. . "ii.i. T'.i i.ik -Wcmdav
or Thurrday mvin- l.i
Jenner Clark and Hill l'wr
Mrt A. A Allison will have
gveata during the Thanksgiving
holidays htr two sistora Miaaew
Thelmn and Alma Baylaaa. who
attend Baylor UnleeVaity in
Waco. . Mr and Mm. Max Smith will
spend the Thanksgiving holidays
J D. Huffitutler who ha-i witlwlih Mr. Smith's narenta. Mr. and
the past two weeks In Breckeii-
ridge left this nftsrnoon to pcnd
Thankagiving al his heme in
Mr. and Mra Donald Pyl motor-1
d to Wichita FaJU today to - pend I
the Holiday with their parent iluy in Ringer.
Mrs. B. J Smith in Sun Angolo.
T B. Rldgell left for Dulla
Tuesday where ho wilt mnlcrgo an
Mies WUnm Rogers 4pent Tnes-
At Weiner Roast
who have been attending Tex.i.
V .V M. at College H' allon will
Mien Ixia IVnnwn ami Ml
utct I Clara Lee Welch of mnimonn I m
veratty in Abilene will be hn
durtog the holldaya
MMa MirjOflS Granborry who I-
In the Callego of Induntrlnl A't
in Denton this year returns heic
William M. Allteon amt Ist.-j
Clark student of Bouthweitr.i.
Unlvrraity Georgetown wtll vi it
their homea here duitng the h?"-
It. HternentMtrc enter- I days.
Mrs. Millie Blackburn will
to Stephenvilte Thanksgiving D.iy
to ee the same She will be ar i
rempanied heme by her aon B I-
HUuUbiirn ind Miss Ilnsal HowiU
M ii ton wilt spenii
in: n. llilay wl'h
' he f
Mlsa Willa B. ItrooV nml Mias
Winnie Wragg entertained Mon-
day evening at the homo of Miss
Brooke with a weiner roost In
honor of Mlaa Nnncey Mac Arp
The gueata enjoyed roosted wel-
neni and pen mils after which
they p(.nt the evening In dancing.
. Thosv guer's preaent were MImoj
Mr.- Minnie Burrcll of XewcaM- Mrs. John Hikes and daughter uf Eliuilieth McCrachen. Ada Wragg
'tie v..-n he guest of Mrs. Hir-i Parks ep.-iit Tuesday here ln l- t.ucii.' Stocnei. the Joint hostesses.
-cy Ltndsey Tuesday ' ping ui.l the honoree
Mr Fiances Mmiih of Donlonj Mm .1. N Driggi of Throckmoi - sr -
will be the gueat uf her rti.itci ton l.t'-d here Tm day Slf?'
Mrs. C. F Lochlidg.-. thl weeli-'
end. Ml. An'i Alll.-on and .Ml.-. IIimh- '' "
Irvln .pint TucmIuv evening in A fun i in. j.-.un I b.ib Iki' W l-
Mr. nnd Mrs Jume.. II Ihjmgaiij Fort Wm'li Thr weie .mom ilnin Munu i nuirnir; .i' 10 clink
and aon. Ial left thia morning fori panted h'ie by Mi -r Willi i u ' Mi m I Mr Bu-.l i.f Wayiand.
The Brecenrld2p c'inptcr. Ordor
of ISastern Star will meet Thurs-
day evening at 7 30 at the Ma-
onlc Hnli for a 'regular session.
All i ffirn arc cpoclnlly asked
to be piprnt.
One Sure Way to
End Coughs and Colds
Pcrsntrnt cousin and colds lead to
. .. . . eriotii trouble. You can top them now
Mrs. It S. Garrett. 1006 Ifi. Wheel- Ui CreomuNwa an emulsified crcoioto
er waa hostess to Circle Five Mon- that is pleaant lo take. Creoraulaion Is a
diy afternoon. I neir medical difcoi.-ry ithtno-fnldac-
..j lion: it fooiim and heals the inlumed
rnctnbranes and inhibits Rcrm growth.
Of all known ilrugt.crenvitelsrecoB.
nlrrd by high medical authorities 35 one
of the gTP.itet healing agencieforper-
sltent roughs and coldj ami other forrm
of throat trouble. CrcomuJsion contain.
In aiMiiinn to creoote. other healing ele-
ments which foolhe and heal the Infected
membrane and stno the Irrilationand in-
flimmal inn i hile the cre.)nc goes nn to
the Inntarli Is abi.rLed Into the Mooil
altsclks the ett nf the trnublcaml checks
tlic growth of the germ.
CrrnmtiMnn is guanntrcil satisfactory
in the treatment of persistent coiighsaml
cold" bronchial asthma bronchitis ami
other fnrms of respiratory diaes and
Is cieellent for building up the vtem
after colds or flu. Money refunded If any
cough. .ri iM.no mattrroflmwlongitand.
ing. is nut rrlicvril after takingtccording
todircetlons. AJcyoiirdruggist. (Adv.)
ATt or the perlotl of miaslon
dy letl by Mrs. A. It. O'Brien t-
fresltments were served.
Thoso present were Mesdamcs C
A. Bennett. X. IC Taylor. Russell
Shafer A. W Oswald Angua Al-
exander. C M. Oden. Ned Mahery
E. A. Ellis. A. It. O'Brien and Mu
In Regular Meet
Report from the district con-
vention were heard ut the mee'lng
of the Woodman Circle Grove lai
Mrs. Mitchell Potter. Juvenile -u-ervleor
anil aevernl Juvenile mem-
bers presented a Thanksgiving t r-
grnm. Tho children who hid part i
on tho program were Maegarett
Collolta Gloria Colletta. Freddie!
Collum June Colletta. P.111..1.1. (
'Schoolcmft and Lucllc Coinwrll j
Pop com ball. npples cuke uivl
cocon wore served to the follow. ng
Tressle GohMlckrr of Ht:imriu
II.00U Collins. Rett 1 McMuu:y.
Mitchell Potter Miry Mlsamore1
j Mty Peeks Cora Denmun. Kl.. 1
beth Hmntley. Lottie Hum I mu.
nlc Hall Etta Harrison Ol.ind l'.:
ter Tontffde) Potter Margiretl 1' '-
Mil. Freddie Collum. (Jlori 1 '!
left I. P'lUline Schoolcraft Jinn
Ci.ii.tti Lucil. C'ornwell. Be itiln-
II null. Jiiiimlit llnmll Kll.. Srbool-
. raft Jo Schoolcraft John Tliur-j
Sj stents Notary Public
Audits . Incoino Tax Service
W. II. BEADLES
13 11 I'nit Of fire Bldg.
l'lnin'-b yu'l Residence- 1019
Niilcs refinanced. Monthly pay-
uiculs rrduccL Reasonable
K. G. CAMP & CO.
Over WootworUi. rhono O&S
Rogers awl Mr. R
Cxlcs wer co-iotese. to circle
three In the homo of 'he former.
Mra. Catcs condueted the devo
U A progrum waa presented U- varsity In Dallas.
Miaies Miy Grace Jay Janl- Marvin Spain U rxneeled
nnd Clam May Recent. Mn J. A.
Bates chairman of the circle for
th p-st year received a shower
of miscellaneous gifts.
Sixteen member nnd two vlsf-
oru. Mr. El T. Jay and Mhts
Martha Lau Rogers were prosoot.
Membcrj of circle four met In 1
the home of Mrs. Cain Klrh wlih
Mrs. M P. Kikur as coteatne
Tlia devotional wan M by Mr
C D Kinchen.
Gifts were presented to Mm. A
II Downing out-going rtrete eltalr-
man RrfreshmenU were served
o thirteen member.
have been attending John kl CI I IT 1 !
tun Agricultural College thi. llO JldCK 11111110
SAME PRICE W
AS 42 YEARS AGO
25 ounces for 2 5
Double Jtstfd! f
Truman Spain and Doyle Pruitt
ulll arrive Wodneaduy r Thunutay
Ir jjii the Southern Mettoedtst I'm
neie dm lag the hoh'lays
botn attending the Cameron -'
U. In Iwton. OlvU.
Grayson McConnko t S.nmm.
University in Abilene will arn
Wednesday or Thursday
.Miss Margar.-t McConuik wli
ha been attending the Weithn
Circle five mot la the hatnt of
Mrs- A U Statltnga wttli Mrn d i
Eanx as tusiatlng IwWes E gti-
teen members ami one mtr i
Mrs TjaOli. were prcent j
ThanksgUtng was the tlwme of
.... ......i..... i .. .. .
'jic iicmiiui emuuvii'i vt -
U t C.HIlb. Mrs. K. lllgtl'OMiM I
a vl Mr C. V. Lochridge.
Mr Kenneth Pf. circle cbau-
n.l was pieaeajte.l wit'i a snowcr
of gilts. Mrs. Ujshttdgr. avstatant
hairnvtn wna aUj presentad a
toilt Pumpkin pie with whlmteU
crttni ami eofU-i. rc .M-rvd.
Mr W II. Jon. ..f Parki w.
ho tcsa t member' f rn'i- jix
Tlic meeting eiH-niu villi Un- de-
sflor.al led b Mi W H Po-
ller Tiiutcin uienib. i au I iit-
nr sirs MiepnemMii. w-r- irei.
ic ffeiing umonntvst to 11..
JJr. AM" Walker oniurmar.
was honn-d with a luindLerohlef
fm Jo.! U. Muckev has bevn
runflned to her ncmc by Illness.
rALU TEETH TIGHT
t-i..inl fnrmt it comfort ctUhlOli:
liolda the jdato no anus it can't rock
I !-' t..tn nr 'Mill IlluVCll WltU' .
Several clays ago we an-
nounced the amazing fact
that "BLUE BLADE" edges
actually will cut glass. We
urged you to prove this to
your own satisfaction. One
Mseraftcranothcr accepted the
invitation learned the truth
by tc8t.ThcuBLUE BLADE"
is harder than glass yet its
slotted flexing center of an
entirely different temper
bends easily when you
tighten your razor. Merc is
a patented Gillette feature
that brings you incompara-
ble shaving comfort. Learn
this by experience. Try
the "BLUE BLADE."
'facluiive tetlh C7ee
Patent No. 1050.902
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m&ro LtA'. .amWSk wm. . m
"Nature in the Raw" as or-
tractl by N. C. Wjctfi . . . in-
stired by the blood'Ctirdling
yells of war-mud savages whose
barbaric ci uclty held America's
early settlers in a constant state
of terror. "Nature in the Raw is
SeldomlWild" and ratv tobac-
cos have no place in cigarettes.
V " 2aBBPcSS'?i'!Sas
IIU VI k HLA
No raw tobaccos in Luckies
that's why they're so mild
WE buy the finest the very finest
tobaccos in all the world
but that does not explain why
folks everywhere regard Lucky
Strike as the mildest cigarette.
The fact is we never overlook the
truth that "Nature in the Raw
is Seldom Mild" so these fine
tobaccos after proper aging and
mellowing arc then given the
benefit of that Lucky Strike puri-
fying process described by the
words "It's toasted". That's
why folks in every city town and
hamlet say that Luckies are such
That package of mild Luckies
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rsrtjtai ad speak as well as
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