The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 141, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 16, 1933 Page: 4 of 4
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THE BUECKENRIDGE AMERICAN. BRECKENRIDGE. TEXAS. TUESDAY MAY 10 1933
y NOTES- A
By Kathleen Haynes
Billy Don Pyle Is
Mr. Dmuld Plc i n:eiUlned
Mmla i(trnHn fr het little
roii Hili lion llh a party cele-
btatmg hi filth ' 'i tti l i j
Just A Bit
Mr W. J. Banks was hostess to
Circle One of the Woman's Coun-
til of the First Christian Chuich
Monday afternoon at tho church.
Mr Banks led the devotional af-
I ter whioh Mr T. J. Toddtle prc-
' ented the lesson for the afternoon
i Mrs. Sidney Hughes conducted
'the business session during whlot
i the circle planned to send gifts to
the Juliet Fowler Orplinn Home in
Mn lias on the fifth Monday of the
Hnll oud Keeps Smart Shoulders Under Cover
Mi i I M
i iii and month.
ili hunk U ii I i ml tub) of Am After the social hour refresh
ern 'm 'i J
tlsilx "I re
rs K'' " t-
Atr-es In mlt .
en re ijarner I
an I Rill 1..
11 tie i J-rry
rrr $ ie-t H
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l I ! k! Ulle
'i .ti nf .i r
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i w i if fav
' . .(Ilt.
.1 i -iii i He't wri'k
i m l Kl.ir-'
-t u'i Tommy
i l i ll'ibcit
ii i 'in- noil
n I"li Mr
arlllo left ti-ln aft' i
With Ml D.iUn' fltci
Loohtldge i:id family.
a hi it f visit ments were lenwl te thlrtei n
Mr t'lank J members. Mrs Karl V. (ireen in t
I be hostess next Mo ml ly
O A l'Hii and Mi I nil htrnrna
ns iitn Mm P l in thi i n't-r
Mih lmiii C irnn huu mi weok-i Nw officers were minn d by t i
mil guest Mm Sam Jefiera and j cle Two at a meeting held In th
rhiMien Mr K W Davis and ht-ne of Mrs Joe Bent) Mondi
Mini xnitii I'oiur all of Ferris. ' afternoon Mrs. It 1 Camp wi
Mi iii irmalned to spend a ' elected circle chairman Mrs A V
Allen vice cnairman and Mr J""
Heitv secretary-treasurer. Coin-
.Ml"- mih none nn wn 01 uiynn ' mniees lor me circle will u nam-
upon! Mother a Day with her moth- rd at the next meeting
er Mrs H L. llicmn of Harper- Mm Buty opened the meeting
vtlle Win was accompanied by ' and Mrs Camp led the devotlon-ti
I.eRox Happ of A ft M College Two special vocal numbers were
given by Mr Stuart Cute and Miss
t H Clement of Abth ne vlslttd Willie Wyli. Beaty. Eleven niem-
Mi .1 i Mi I. I I
tho i ip n' - f i - i i
hn'f i j' I i' l i. 1 '
Hun li II. in. I. pit
llr- n lift nl
. .i (
H Clement of Abth ne vltt-r Willie Wylie lteaty.
inter Mian Alice Clement to-1 hers were present.
i . Ill
Mr O. It Hay was hostess to
Mr and Mrs Albert Klnclun circle Throe In her home Monday
left uli) for their home In Okl i- afternoon. Mrs. B. F Klelnfeldrr
i. .ma Ot after a week-end vtiit presented Ui leason. "Sharers In
litre Mr E. C Klnchen c- Fellow-shitt." from tho book. "Lady
(oiupanied th'm home for a visit
Mi" Pure of Dublin Is visiting
hei daughtet. Mian R Lee Price.
and her son L. B Price
' M Mender left today on a
l.u iixss trip to McCamey Texas
Mm K. A. Vautraln Is spending
'ah weeks In Vernon visiting bar
Come over to the
SUNNY SIDE OF LIFE
Herman Waldman Is
To IMay Dance
II' i man Waldmtn and his or-
In tia ire to he featured at a
Fourth Daughter of China."
Mrs. H. W. Kennedy led the Di-
blue atudy. During the business ses-
sion the circle voted to send n
cash donation to the Juliet Fowler
home. Piano numbers wer0 played
by Miss Nekla Hay. Twelve mem-
bers and three visitors were pres-
ent. Woman's Council
The Woman's Council of the
First Presbyterian Church met
Monday afternoon at the church
for a regular session.
The Query Corner conteit from
the missionary ma ga sine. "Wonu.i
I uud Missions." was conducted by
Mis D. A Koonv. Mrs W. W M-
1 nl tn DIM lllMIMIIIMIMItlllllMIIMIk
T " ''. ' "" TbsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssM" " " ' " ' ' 'T
SV ssPVsssm n
HsimiMm y w
m w J & i
sssssssssssssssr ' JssHsf I JK
sssssssssssr -Wm "lsaBt
Hold Ford Service
School in Breck
Foul Sen-Ice School is being
held at the Daniel Motot Com-
iNtny In ItieckenrlUgc this woek.
J. O. Dodson service man from
tho Dallas brunch of the Ford
Motor company Is conducting the
school and 31 meclmnks from
eight cltloa were present at the
i school Monduy night.
Agencies wore roptesonted from
Hieckonrldge Orulmm Throclunor-
ton Jacksboro Eastland Ranger
Albany and Cisco.
School Is held each evening this
week thiougli Ftlday from 7:80 to
l 30. and mechanics are taught the
1 latent wrinkles In servicing all
model of Fotd curs from the A
models on through the Ford V-S.
This Is the third or fmfrth
fchi ol held In Ureckenrldge and
the schools arc hold twice earn
enr so that Ford mechanics may
ktp up with the newest innova-
tion in taking care of Ford mm-
HOLLYWOOD FILM SHOP
Ity ALANSOX W. Ell WARDS
United Press Staff Correspondent
Hj NIV Senlco
1000 Dresses Are
Received By Penney
One of the biggest dies sal'"
ever to be hold Here will be an
nounced soon by the locil J '
Penney Stoie ai cording to P Ii
More than 1000 dream's I in liuln i
a wide selection of miteilil
tles and sles hie alieul bmi
stocked by the store itul moie n.
expected befoiu thi ile t ik -place
New 50 Size
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
HOLLYWOOD iri'c Movle girls
are not subject to the age limit a-J
tlons which make youths under 21
uneulted for love scenes according
to Henrietta Crositutn.
No coiner of moralistic plati-
tudes Miss Crosman has reached
this conclusion from the mature'
vantage of her 10 yoara as an no-'
tress. She belli es girls are tnori'
worldly wise than boys of the same'
age and thus more able to carry i
off a. love scene adequately. Mis I
Crosman who bioke into the con-1
tract player Minks on the strength j
of her role In "Pilgrimage" admit
quite frankly tint the subject I..
so to penj none ol her nif'tli.
After all boys of 21 will makr
love a naturally ordained phenom-
enon. Hut as a mother of two ms
with a mind colored by that moth-'
erhood she will Insist tint It un-
fair to a.k youngstei to make
film protestations of fmvld ro-
mance. "This attitude of mine Is not con
fined to motion pictures but al-'
to the stiitfc " sijh M'. Cio-miii
i "And not tici iu-"' like tho blneiv
e. I ei til in flu lfi-l nf Hutu
The moi il pli i-. - ut tin in Mi
either for good or bad Interest me
only ns they would apply to my
sons and neither of them Is on the
stage or screen. '
"I'm simply stating a caso ns u
affects good dronni. There Is nv
boy of 21 living Wl o oun give a
convincing performance ; a lover
I'm harsh nnd doflnltc about thut.
If ho has nut been In love he lack '
the romantlc background csscnttnl
to the part. If ho'a bce'n In love at
that age It Is too faltering and fee-
ble a flie to flume."
It makes little difference with
girls. All's Crosmui avers because
woman fundamentally yearns
for love -while a man must wait
Note refinanced Monthly pay-
ment reduced Reasonable
H. G. CAMP & CO.
Over Wooiworth Phono 333
ground with the little cap sleeves
and th a whole bottom of the frock
er. art the order of the day and fnahe n kMqh ppc n J TABLETS FOR WOMEN
I'B' I nnlnPa nt Ilia tiptnl'a flnu. I
Irene War. goes luxurious. In
one white crepe evening gown BJeih Alton and Alice Brady
which has sumptuous sable trails lnlK tSOthor nt the Ueverly-
uki..u. .u -k ui..- ...... ...i WUshlrt. both -ore btack. ElUi-1
ibhiiiuiiiii lilt- WIllumtlBi WTtl t.v.cr- i
... lialn'u itfla lilnotr ertitui tlrt... lnvv.l
ted shoulder straps or velvet ami
beth's was a blnck crepe dress low-
whltc crepe that extend down to H'lur decolletngo and long. thiht
airdle line sieeves; tiice s uiaca anaunw lace.
lAirett Young dining with Wl- with w-hlt. lace for the decolleUgc.
Po ot want t ful always at
your U-st To in..t tmh l.i
with frtsh vital'1" N can
For when y j i In- iltl . ou re
A ilelicioti r- provides the
'bulk" that ni.M.rtaiit in
TeU Krllogv'' Au.-
Riun lo -uppho vitamin B
to further al rtgular habrJ.
In addition Alt Hran n twic
as rich in iron ns an equal weight
of beef luer.
Tho 'hulk" In Aij.-Brajj U
much like tliat in leafy vege-
table What n rlrtf o cnjy
an appetuing renal instead of
taking pnfent medictnas.
Serve a a cvreal or um in
tions on the reit-aml-green
nge Sold by nil
trriH era. Wad by
Kellogg In linttle
tf. K.. itlvt.ti WjMlnittlMV
..-. the im.f f the Burc.i CM' PrejBid.nl. opened ihe mecf-
Ih. dnn.e is to beRin .it 9 n Hnd '''"lucted the devotional
Nine members were present
At M. E. Meeting
' I a
tn mlil lltin to the music of tht
I ..pillar in llo hand MUs Doris Stlt(ll ReUieWCd
r.xkei d'id rlett Mills mn
irtt'iit will furnish special enter-'
tainment ' - - -
i l'sbles will be provided and may Mrs Jess Pipkin conducted A
be rretwi by calling either otti'ge"rl review of the study book.
JMpiatt or WeiwUr RusseM ' The Teachings of Jeous on Hu-
I mam Relations" which has been
Jwat coinplnted at Uio meeting of
the MeUiotllat Woman's Mission
ary Society Monday afternoon.
Mrs Dick Kearby wm reported! Twenly-flve metiieera uore pree-
' rf..in. ni...i ij.. r..nn...in- . . nt at the meetlnst which onottod
I " - " mf ... ... w. fll ....
erntion Monday at the Ureckcn
Iihiii Wellman the othei evening
wore a pale blue sutln evvnli.g
gown with mutch luce fashioning
I the upper part of the gown stun. I
ing out over the shoulders like pe' l
I epaulets. Her little evening hit
was of the lace
J Benltu Hume dancing at the Co
con nut Orove with Mel Shauei.
wore a suttunery printed frock.
I field flowers again' a white back-
which had covered shoulders.
They relieve and precnt
periodic pain and associated
disorders. No narcotics. Not
just a pain killer but a modern
medicine which acts upon the
CAUSH of your trouble. Per-
sistent use brings permanent
relief. Sold by all drutzuists.
Q II Monday Tuesday
DpeCiail Wednesday Thursday
il.'- .Mini U"tli (It .mi (I and I'U'ssotl the
1U- l..ijil V;i."
) qi IITC ni. DKgfi Cleaned and
L Ol L 1 ii Ol Vm Pressed
or a Suit and ijwP
CLEANKRS and DYERS
(riii'i W.il'iMt 1. and iiln- vt
Cash & Carry
AH Other Prices
m m 0 f
n mev po s
. . can I help it
t 3 o'clock
The spiritual life service was
held at 2 IB. preceding the regular
sestli n. with fifteen women present
w i -i i
R. N A. lllblMVys .MRIfllNC.
A! HAM. WftllNKSDAY
The Royal Neighbors of Amer- Deputies Krlied Old Culoui.
u will meet Wednesday night ut BARNHTABLlt Alass. tU.Rl De-
n't l.k at ihe I O D V hall utv Sheriffs of Barnstable Superior
f .r i hnines seiuoon Final oIhh lourt havn re Ived th. old custom I g'ven the bare suggestion of a rak
Uy MARY KNIGHT
United Press .Stuff Correspondent
PARIS. ttU Among the imny
novelty lists offered smarl women
Is a little "Devil Hat'' with wing
instead of horns placed in fiont on
the crown Just where the horns
normally would be.
The hat is made by Jane Blan-
chot of Scotch straw ami the aiiiall
horn-ahAHid wings are of white
feathers. The effect la very unttsu-i
al. especially when such a model U
i!l li made fni the memril ei - of cairylng maces at the opening
' f cnurt and wlen escorting Juries
Wo.iKhoMsL w&. U
to LtJC cjaiottrid. Uia S?noco'
t) on3L and: il wdLbTcoiD
tvoianuif icu unto.
' i .JsB ItsssssssH
CONOCO HRONZH laughs at weather high or low temperature
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Tested by all in every conceivable kind and condition of car and
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The truth of its instant starting lightning pick-up improved anti
knock greater mileage and power has been enthusiastically recognized
by users ccr) where.
Your first tank full w ill give jou a thrill. There is no increase in pficc.
Ac the sign of the Red Triangle.
Another noteworthy hat of the
moment is worn by Mile. Yvonne
de la Chapelle Crolsvtlle and de-
signed by Gather Meyer. The in i-
terlal is of silver-blue straw shallow-
sailor crown and soft slight. y
rolled brim trimmed with a Imnd
of black laque satin. The brim
rolls upward on the left side to
the forehead ami neat haii-
TOMIIM'ONK I'KI.I. ON ROV.
ORLIOANH Ore. lUJo Beware of
cemeteries. When Byron Hess. 7
wee playing in a graveyard he was;
seriously injured by a large tomb-
stone that fell across his back.
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Porter, A. O. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 141, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 16, 1933, newspaper, May 16, 1933; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth71735/m1/4/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.