The Herald (Bay City, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 7, 1942 Page: 4 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
Thursday, May 7, 1942
By Sun Cottongame
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Melville of
San Antonio visited Mrs. Drnughon
last Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs, Doug Oliver spent
Tuesday and Wednesday in Hous-
George Hathaway visited Mr. and
Mrs. DoWitt Salley in Wharton
Miss Nettie Lee Srkala is visiting
Miss Ida Faye Tobeck in Sugar
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hathaway of
Houston visited Mr. and Mrs.
George Hathaway and granddaugh-
ter, Marcie Suladie, Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Cottongame
visited Mr. and Mrs. “Tuckie” Wil-
liams of Bay City Wednesday.
We are sorry to say that Mrs.
Wright Terry is ill in the Matagor-
da General Hospital. We hope she
August Srkala went to Houston
to seek employment.
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Byres of El
Campo visited in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Doug Oliper Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pollard and
daughter, Dolcne, Mr. and Mrs.
Travis Doughtie and daughter,
Joyce, all of Corpus Christi, visit-
ed Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Cottongame
Among those attending the sen-
ior play in Markham Friday night
were Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Oliver,
Mr. and Mrs. Hermoine McDaniel
and son, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Cot-
tongamc and family, Mrs. Frank
Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. E. Reed and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sparks
and family, Miss Marcie Suladie,
Mr. Daughters, Mrs. Murphy, and
Harold Barton Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Harper spent
the week-end at Barker attending
Billie Penny of Orange spent the
week-end here visiting his mother,
Mrs. Mollie Bell Penny.
Thomas Edward Lewis of Texas
City is visiting his parents, Judge
and Mrs. Thomas H. Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reiman, Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Mehrens, Mr.
and Mrs Hurbert Gusman, Mr. and
Mrs. James Scott, Miss Georgianna
Fullingim, and Joe Cumpbell spent
Sunday afternoon at the rodeo in
at our PYREX WARE counter
Its the gift
This lovely cryital cake dith co«U
•o little you'll want to »>ve a pair.
She'll love them for baking rolle,
chop*, potatoet. See the neat glaai
handles I. ■.
It's the gift the can use for every-
thing! Bakes faster, better! Pft-
J feet for candy, steaks, brownies.
Mi. fjprv# them nininc hot on the tablet
Serve them piping hot on the tablet
Two size*. 10H in. size,...
1 QT. SAUCEPAN
, Constant ttirring is hot workt
Th»» wonderful all-glass Flame-
ware saucepan realty let's you see
when food's done. Cooler cooking
for you. Quart size ...
Two smart dishes in one. Cover
keeps food warm or serves as sepa-
rate pie plate. Foods bake faster
in Pyre* ware—and taste betterl
1 QT. DOUBLE-BOILER
Cooking is fun with Pyrex ware I
Use this clear, easy to clean F%me-
ware double boiler and you can see
when food is done—or check water
level—at a glance! Quart size . . *
You Will Also Find A Wide
Selection of Following Items:
• VACUUM CLEANERS
• MIXING BOWLS
• WAFFLE IRONS
• OIL RANGES
D. L. GIBBS ffmfoiw
THE HERALD, BAY CITY. TEXAS
Official U. S. Treasury War Bond Quotas For May
HIAOO 'TWO «2QI00
*6.400 *10'000 *7,100
U. S. Treasury
Official War Bond Quotas for May
May Quota for State, $18,594,500
Lingan Tells Of
Jimmy Lingan writes in the
Houston Chronicle: “I fished at Kit
Williams’ lake in Matagorda Coun-
ty, guest of Jaek Emmott, who
‘clubs’ the lake each season. When
we reached Jack’s place we found
that John Gannon and the game
warden, Ben Gaddy, had been there
and after prowling the lake shore
all night had failed to got enough
bullfrogs for breakfast.
“Gannon and Gaddy got right at
noon Friday, however, providing
fish for dinner, along with beans,
bread, and ham, which we purchas-
ed from Dad Estill’s nearby store.
“Dad, one of the most enthusias-
tic anglers along Caney Creek, with
a fine fresh water pond right at his
back door, opened the fresh water
season by going over his redfisb
rids but not wetting a line.”
Mrs. Nini Landrum returned to-
day after spending two weeks with
her mother in Beaumont.
Rates: Two cents per word for
the firtkt insertion; one cent per
word for each additional insertion.
Twenty-five cents minimum for
all classified ads, which must b«
In by noon each Wednesday.
W ANTED TO BUY
Good housetrailer. See Joy Speed,
2G08 Sixth Street.
Manor, Eagle Nest
Lakes Paying Off
In Bass, Crappie
Bass fishing in such private
lakes as Manor and Eagle Nest,
near West Columbia, are coming
through with club limits of both
bass and crappie.
Fly fishermen are having good
luck with both species. Top water
baits will get good results early in
The above map of Texas shows the War Bond
luotas, by counties, for the month of May, 1942.
rotal War Bond quota for the State is $18,594,500.
Svery income earner in the State is expected to step-
ip IVar Bond purchases on a basis of ten per cent or
nore of Income. This is necessary to help America’s
armed forces take the offensive against the Axis
powers. The American voluntary method of War Bond
purchases must be successful in reaching the quotas
set by the Treasury Department for every county in
the nation. The job of every American now is to
stop spending and save dollars to help win the War.
M. T. ’’Top” Huebner, former
water and oil well driller here, left
Sunday night from Houston for ac-
tive duty as Chief Petty Officer in
the United States Navy. Chief
Huebner’s destination was unknown
at the time of his departure.
Among those bidding him good-
bye at the railroad station were
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mehrens of
70 Movie Stars
The Motion Picture Industry’s gi-
gantic Army and Navy Relief Show,
featuring Victory Caravan of
seventy movie stars in person, is
now enroute to Texas by train on
a special tour of twelve of the Na-
tion’s leading cities, including Dal-
las and Houston, for the benefit
of Army and Navy Relief Societies.
The show will play the Coliseum
in Houston, one night one, May 12,
according to information received
today by manager Hayden Curtiss
of the Texas Theatre here.
The prices for the Houston en-
gagement will be $1.10, $3.30, $5.50,
$7.70 and $11.00, including tax.
There will also be a group of spec-
ial patrons tickets which will be
priced at $27.50, including tax.
Manager Curtiss said seats were
now on sale for the Houston en-
gagement and to accomodate local
theatre-goers who wished to see the
show, that reservations could be
made through him at the Texas
Theatre. All reservations must be
accompanied by a check made pay-
able to the Army and Navy Relief
Fund and a self-addressed, stamped
After its premiere in Washing-
ton on April 30, the troupe left on
May 1st for subsequent appear-
By Mrs. E. R. Inglehart
Out of town visitors this week
ere Mrs. Thos. Brandon, Ann and
jmmy of Palacios, Miss Muta Ser-
11 of Ncwgulf, Mr. Gardner Ser-
11 of Bay City, Mrs. Charlie Eidle-
ich and Delora of Port Lavaca,
'rs. Victor Mock of Houston, Mrs.
ae Bruno of Bay City, Sargeant
uckemeyer of Bay City, Mr. Ches-
■r Johnson of Victoria, Mr. Weible
’ Freeport, Mr. John Rotan of
reeport, Mr. Robert Clark and Mr.
mmy Trommel of Freeport, Mr.
id Mrs. Preston Williams and Lit-
e Bit of Bay City, Miss Winkie
row of Austin, Mr. and Mrs. A.
. Thrasher of Newgulf, Mrs. W.
. Swartz, Mrs. W. I. Johnson and
[rs. W. R. Davidson of Newgulf,
'rs. Joe Patterson and sons of —------ -"VYIl- Vh
'eeport, Miss Hilda Johnson of ances in Boston, Philadelphia, Cleve-
v land, Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis,
For Congressman, N!nth District:
JAMES A. CLEMENTS
For County Tax Collector-Assessor:
S. O. EIDMAN (Reelection)
For County Judge:
THOMAS H. LEWIS
For County Attorney:
B. E. SAILOR
For County Clerk:
D. B. “JACK” HINTON
For Co. Superintendent of Schools:
TOM HALE (Reelcction)
For County Treasurer:
HELEN KILBRIDE CATES
For District Clerk:
J. GRADY WALKER
For Justice of Peace, Precinct 1:
R. F. ANDERSON (Reelection)
For County Commissioner, Pet. 1:
For Commissioner, Precinct 4:
MAKE HER HAPPY
WITH YOUR CHOICE OF
LADIES’ AND MEN’S FURNISHINGS
1806 6TH STREET
iy City, Mr. Alvin Eikenberg of
ly City, Sargeant Bill Copeland
Florida, Mr. John Edward Tay-
• of Houston, Mr. and Mrs.
immy Petrucha of Wadsworth,
rs. Jim Sterry of Newgulf, Mr.
d Mrs. Jeff Davis and son, Mr.
d Mrs. James Sterry and son,
iss Evelyn Davis, Miss Rena Bul-
:k, and Miss Virginia Yeamans
Newgulf, Mr. Houston Calhoun
d Mr and Mrs. Clarence Calhoun
Corpus Christi, Mr. Stanley Jack-
n of Bay City, Miss Cleo Bonds,
iss Anna Lee Verser, Miss Georg-
ina Barnett and Miss Joanne
•een of Bay City, and Joe Law-
n of Freeport.
Miss Sadie and Marie Matte were
ven a farewell party Wednesday
?ht and Thursday morning they
turned to Port Arthur .
Miss Lurlyn Dunbar is visiting
r aunt, Mrs Ernest Calhoun, in
, ■ ............ «
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bates were
•eeport visitors Sunday afternoon.
Miss Esther Walker and Mrs.
alker of Blessing were Bay City
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Des Moines,
Dallas, Houston, and San Francisco.
Including executives and technic-
ians, the party totals more than
ninety persons. Full equipment is
being taken, including five pianos,
three sectional dance floors and an
array of musical apparatus. A
three-hour show ha« been prepared
and already has had ten days and
nights of rehearsals under Director
Mark Sandrich of Hollywood.
Stars who entrained in Hollywood
included Desi Arnaz, Joan Bennett,
Joan Blondell, Charles Boyer, James
Cagney, Claudette Colbert, Olivia
de Havilland, Cary Grant, Charlotte
Greenwood, Bert Lahr, Laurel and
Hardy; Groucho Marx, Frank Mc-
Hugh, Ray Middleton, Pat O’Brien,
Merle Oberon, Eleanor Powell and
Rise Stevens. Bob Hope, who will
“m. c.” the show, Frances Lang-
ford and Jerry Calonna left for
Washington by piano immediately
following their bnoadeast last week.
The tour toatrpWfined by the
Hollywood victory committee, rep-
resenting the entire motion picture
industry, and Army and Navy re-
lief officials. Stars, writers and di-
rectors are serving without pay and
all funds collected will be divided
equally between the Army and
Navy relief groups.
. . . AND DRIVE AWAY YOUR DRIVING BLUES.
WE’LL MAKE YOUR CAR SO BRIGHT AND
SHINY THAT YOU JUST CAN’T HELP FACING
TRAFFIC JAMS CHEERFULLY . . . AND BEST
OF ALL . . . OUR EXPERT WAXING SERVICE
GIVES A SPARKLING LUSTER THAT LASTS.
COME IN TODAY. YOU’LL FIND THAT BRIGHT-
NESS IS OUR SPECIALTY.
RODS — REELS — LINES — BAITS
GOOD LINE OF TACKLE FOR
LIVE BAIT ANGLER, PLUG
CASTER, And FLY FISHERMAN
and Ocean City Reels
STAR TIRE CO.
1808 6TH STREET
BOB ANDERSON, Mgr.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Wilkinson, Bob. The Herald (Bay City, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 7, 1942, newspaper, May 7, 1942; Bay City, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720043/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Palacios Library.