The Jacksboro Gazette (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 3, 1925 Page: 1 of 8
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The Bryson band met for prac-
tice Monday night, and the mem-
r bers report the band improving
During the past /Week-end two
parties were given for the enter-
tainment of Bryson’s young peo-
ple, one .at Mr. T. T. Stuart’s
home and one at the residence of
Mr. J * H. Clayton. Everyone
voted them a sueeess.
Guy Raley and family of Wich-
ita Falls spent the week-end in
Bryson as the guests of J. A.
Carl York of Jean was a Bry-
son visitor Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Bessie Hughes of Decatur
Baptist College, returned home to
spend Thanksgiving with rela-
tives at Bryson.1
Miss Mary Anita Stuart who is
attending Graham high school
spent the week-end at home.
Misses Williams, Moore and
Lynn, returned to their respect-
ive homes in Graford, Perrin and
Denton, to spend Thanksgiving.
Many visitors were in Bryson
First Baptist: Sunday school
J was conducted Sunday morning
* at ten o’clock.
First Methodist: Fifty-seven
people attended the weekly pray-
^ er service last Wednesday even-
Ji ing, Nov. 25. Sunday school was
held at the usual hour Sunday
morning. Epworth League met
^at three o’clock Sunday after-
iioon. Church services were con-
ducted Sunday night by Rev. Mr.
Bounds, the presiding elder.
District Epworth League con-
ference will meet at Bryson, Sat-
urday and Sunday, Dec. 5 and 6.
A bazaar will be given by the
Methodist ladies on Saturday af-
ternoon, Dec. 12.
..... Church of- Christ: Sunday
school was held at ten o’clock
* School news—
Chapel services were held at
the usual time Tuesday, Nov. 24.
Mrs. Hester’s room presented an
Poultry Show. Albany—More than $100,000 in Perrin, Dec. 1.—Mr. and Mrs.
new buildings are immediately A. H. McRoberts and children
Jacksboro promises to be the ; pianneci for Albany, including the spent Thanksgiving with Mrs.
Mecca for the poultry men of this ; eniargeci Russ-Webb garage, to Brazeal at Bellevue.
and nearby counties this coming
Friday and Saturday. The en-
tries in the show promise to be
unusually large and preparations
are being made to amply care for
each exhibitor. The program of-
fered in connection with the show
has attracted; unusual interest.
The County Poultry Association
reorganizes ofter Mr. Johnson of
Bowie talks oh' Saturday morn-
ing. Everyone is invited to see
show; many are expecting to
trade and buy stock for another
one of the finest appointed in the | Mr. and Geo. Kavanaugh visit-
oil district, and the new addition ed the former’s father, Rev. Kav-
Miss Lela Rankin of Dallas is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
year at this time, and this will be tui^eys to the New York market
in three-days just prior to Thanks-
the one time
for these transac-
The Jack County Fair Associa-
tion will meet Saturday afternoon
at 3 o ’clock. The meeting will be
brief and much to the point.
The Department of Commerce
reports 4,722 bales of cotton gin-
ned in Jack County prior to No-
i vember 14th as compared with
' 5815 the same date in 1924.
J. W. Evans and Frank Murry
attended the fifth Sunday meet-
ing of the Land Mark Baptists
at Grandview, last week._
enjoyable program. Her work
with the primary pupils is very
commendable. It is indeed grat-
ifying to* see our primary pap.,
display such homogeneity.
Some of the high school stu-
dents are busily engaged in pre-
paring for the first play of the
year. It is entitled, “Am I In-
truding?” It will be given Satur-
i day night, Dec. 12. Every one is
I invited, yea, urged to come.
Every one is invited to attend
chapel service each Tuesday
1 morning at 8:45 o’clock.
A literary society program will
to the Presbyterian church.
College, one of the largest denom-
inational institutions in- the South. ; G. R. Rankin. ♦
west, is now raising a $250,(XX) j Mrs. Seth Box has returned
endowment fund. Citizens of from visiting her mother and oth-
Brownwood have already sub- er relatives at Van Alstyne.
scribed $90,COO of the amount. j Mr. and Mrs. TOek King and
Quanah—According to infor- little daughter visited in Mineral
mation secured by the Quanah Wells lately.
Tribune-Chief this city shipped Rev. W.H. McQuerry and fam-
nearly 20,000 pounds of dressed i]y are attending the Baptist con-
vention at Mineral Wells.
Marriage—Gundle Baker and
giving. Qne man in Quanah em- j Miss Bernice Brannan; Everett
ployed by a produce house here Shaw" and Grace McClenden;
killed for shipment 1054 turkeys Henry Hobson and Miss Rosa
in one day and received in cash Whitson.
for his work $54. } E. Robbins from Arkansas has
Comanche—The annual Co- taken charge of the Meeks farm
manche County poultry show will i purchased lately by his brother,
be held here next week. 30,000 | Rev. W. W. Robbins,
birds are expected to be on dis- j The Baptist ladies are having a
play. Large cash prizes have . very successful bazaar at the
been given by Comanche citizens | Woods drug stoi#.
and poultry experts. i There will be a box supper at
Plainview—100,(XX) acres of j the Methodist church on Satur-
wheat have so far been planted in ! day night, Dec. 26th.
Hale County according to esti- Rev. Jewell Sibley will preach
mates of the Harvest Queen Mills at the Baptist church Wednesday
here. This represents an increase night, Mr. Sibley is a student of
of 10 per cent over last year’s Simmons College and a Jack
Supt. and Mrs. J. B. Lantrip,
W.. C. Franklin, Mrs. Florence
THE GAZETTE'S BIG CONTEST
BAPIDLY NEARING END-LAST
CLUB OFFER ENDS SATURDAY
In order to stimulate dairying
in the South Plains, 3,000 dairy
cows of standard average milk- I Davis, Misses Emma Lou Tipps
ing qualities will be imported in-1 and Rosa Herring attended
to this region under the auspices the State teachers’ meeting at
of the local chamber of commerce.
Approximately 100,000 acres of
wheat have been planted in Hale
County, an acreage of mpre than
10% in excess of the acreage last
Lubbock—So crowded are Lub-
bock schools that a bond issue is
proposed for $170,000 to build
Mr. and Mrs. Van MeCullen of
Dallas spent some time with Mr.
and Mrs, Leslie Brown this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Marks en-
tertained the B. Y. P. U. and the
League, Thursday night,
Misses Vennie Brannon, Flora
Mask, Jewell Vanlandingham,
new structures and $130,000 for j Gazelle Bray, Ruby Booze, Loma
Crouse, Raymond Clay, Edison
Powell, FVank Moore, Clifford
Bentley and some others who are
attending various colleges visited
home folks, Thanksgiving.
ay R J.GAUDIN
SKOKIE COUNTRY CLUB
St UNION LEAGUE CLUB
29—Practice That Fay*.
It is impossible to overemphasize
the value of intelligent practice If the
jl, folfer has any ambition to Increase
^ hie or her skill.
We might as well start with the pos-
itive statement that one’s skill, after a
certain point, cannot be increased by
playing the game. The fundamental
reason for this is that there Is no
chance of profiting by one’s error*.
There is a failure, for instance, with
from a banker. Per-
K>t and the same fall-
two or three other times In
tibe round. Intelligent practice of the
after a lesson from a
Instructor, would let the
player make the shot with a great deal
of confidence when it came up in a
game. Failure to learn and practice
the shot has the contrary effect Not
only Is there a feeling In advance that
the shot will be a flivver, but that
feeling will extend to any use of the
club and the player's game is made
worse by abortive attempts at using
some other club when the niblick
should be used.
Why not follow the same procedure
as In the learning of anything else?
Is anyone so foolish as to think It
possible to become a musical artist
without Instruction or practice? Can
one learn to become a ball player or
tennis player or football player or
sprinter or lawyer or college professor
or minister or aviator, or any tiling
under the sun requiring skill, without
instruction and intelligent practice?
Yet it is perfectly safe to say that
more than half of the 10,000,000 golf-
ers of the world never took a lesson
nor ever spent an hour In intelligent
It may be noted that reference is
made to Intelligent practice. By this
Is meant the acquirement of •knowl-
1 edge as to Just why a certain grip and
stance and pivot and swing are recom-
mended, and to take these points, one
at a time, and test them out thorough-,
ly. Intelligent Instruction, of course,
is necessary, but will have very little
effect If not followed at once by in-
telligent practice. One <lo*s not be-
come a good piano player through les-
sons alone. '
«&. 1928. WwstefB N'««rpap»>r Union.)
additions and repairs to present
structures. The enrollment in the
Lubbock schools recently passed
the 3,600 mark.
. Tahoka—-Notwithstanding 30
be given Friday afternoon, Dec. j new homes have recently been
4. An invitation is attended to alL i constructed here there is an acute
The Parent-Teacher Association house shortage and demand for j To All Interested In Basket Ball,
is doing everything in its power many new ftsidences. , T .
to help the school. The amount Abilene_The West Texas noul-1 basket ball coaches of Jack
of good work that they do, would try show plans to make thiiTthe (:°unty ™et at the Jacksboro high
surprise anyone who will spare largest held in the Southwest, J®*1®?1 Monday meht> ,Nov- ^
time to look over their record. j January 7-9 are the dates select- i f°f ^P^JPOseof arranging some
A shipment of books has been e(j for the show. j schedule for the playing of the
ordered to replenish the Bryson Haskell_The costal reeeints of I intersch°lastic league basket ball
high school library. They will be Haskell for the month of October, «ames- T*1® county was divided
given a hearty welcome, for our ; 1925, were 1,635.27 compared
book supply was getting low. ] with $1,073.46 the same month in
Thursday and Friday were de- j 1924, making a net gain of 52 per
elared holidays for the school. A cent,
good attendance is maintained
into two halves or districts. The
eastern and western, putting
Jacksboro, Perrin and Gibtown in
i the eastern district and Berwick,
Brownwood—Fifteen directors I Jerm-Vn and Bryson in the wes,‘
daily and all the students are | for the local chamber of com-1e™* . ... .
cheerfully tackling their assigned merce for the year 1926 have1 tVe elinVnation, it was de-
duties. been elected. H. G. Lucas, sec-:“ded that eaoh ‘eam ?h°uld Plaj;
Sports—ashool and Town— | retary, announced a meeting of fjree «a™es„or ‘wo best out of
: Town sports: The Old Star | the old and new board to discuss <llreJe w'.th. *"<*P0?n« t<!ama. of
(Ball team has completed a new ;lhe date for the annual member. his district, and the team winning
basket ball court. It is on the shin banouet and meeting the hl£hest number of games is
same spot where our baseball dia- j Memphis—More than 5,000 lbs.
mond once was. It is a good out- Df dressed turkeys have been
door court and will be lighted in • shipped’ to the Northern markets
a few days,so as to afford night: from Memphis. Also 20,000 , . , , ,
playing. Bryson should soon see j pounds of live turkeys have been sen*ed may enteJ a?d pla7 a11 ®p'
jthis team “ action. No definite | shipped. So far the turkey crop j p0ainf ^e*ms of J1® ^]et as
j schedule has been arranged so ev- j has brought the farmers $17,500 stated above’ A L* Phllhps*
' ery school or amateur team is urg- i ^is season.
ed to call for a gaifie. This ehal- j Hereford—W. M. Cogdell, own-
lenge applies to any team in this er of the Cordova Hotel has just
part of the state. Phone J. Bird- let contract for the erecton of a
well Bryson Texas. : $35>000 ‘addition to his hotel and j
School news work will begin immediately. The
the winner of his district. Then
the winning teams of the two dis-
tricts will play the final games.
All teams that are not repre-
E. B. Spiller to Speak on Radio
E. B. Spiller of Fort Worth,
I second ^en Jet I F\°^1 “ShTetJt <&&££?
tt fook X SuTe t the | tg^ ^e hnii w wiuXtenS Iwill be the principal
Plenty of material is on hand solvina Hereford’s hotel nrob ^adas’ next ^onday night, De-
j for a first class team and with con J Hereford 8 hotel Proh- eember 7, from :30 to 9:30. A.
S ditions favoring, they should be in J ; K. Short, director of the Agricul-
tural Foundation, and former ex-
fine fettle, ere championship ...
games arrive. The two losses are Junior Missionary Society—Dec. i tension leader with the Texas A
only going to serve to bring out I 6th, 2:00 O'clock.
Just three more days!
And then the short sprint down
the hom^e stretch and across the
line-which marks the end of the
race and the goal of the candi-
Three more days which hold the
oportunity of securing the win-
ning votes. Promptly at nine
o’clock Saturday night, Decem-
ber 5th, the last and final grand
club offer of the entire campaign
will be concluded.
Until that hour $20 worth of
subscriptions turned in or mailed
will entitle the contestant to
Whom they are credited to an ex-
tra bonus of 80,000 votes—over
and above those to which will be
entitled in accordance with the
regular schedufe. Never again
throughout the remainder of this
| campaign will another club offer
! be made, and next week only the
! final vote schedule will be effect-
Now is the crucial period the
time to corral every ounce of en-
ergy and bring every possible
resource into play. Each intent
upon outdoing the other, con-
testants are now working in a
frenzy of excitement and enthu-
siasm, and the spirit of friendly
rivalry becomes more intense as
the race nears the end. Realizing
that only from now until Satur-
day remains in which to obtain
extra bonus votes through the
building of clubs, contestants are
literally turning things topsy-
turvey in their efforts to accom-
plish everytly’ng possible before
the expiration of this offer.
The ensuing three days are ex-
pected to be the biggest of all in
point of subscriptions turned in,
with Saturday the banner day of
the three. There will be no club
offer next week, and the ballot
box will be locked and sealed*- It
will not again be opened until it
is placed in the hands of the offi-
cial judges who will make the fi-
nal count and who will announce
the winpers one week from Sat-
December 5, at 9 p. m.
December 12, at 9 p. m.
These two dates which are in-
delibly engraved upon the minds
and memory of every contestant.
Reference to the calendar will
show neither are far distant, in
fact the last club offer will be
over almost before it is realized.
With the end of these liberal ex-
tra vote offers so rapidly ap-
proaching many contestants ate
building reserves of votes in or-
der to fortify themselves against
being overtaken by some of their
competitors. This final club of-
fer affords a splendid opportuni-
ty to strengthen one’s position in
the race. Subscriptions now
count for thousands and thous-
ands of votes, and it is only dur-
ing the next three days that a re-
serve can be built up which will
withstand the terrific onslaught
of th% final rush.
It is quite evident that the con-
testants now n*ean business in ev-
ery sense of the term. The de-
termination to win one of the cov-
eted prizes is plainly written on
the faces of those who visit the
office of the campaign manager.
Contestants are literally bubbling
over with the historic John Paul
Members of R. R. Conns. Approve
Application of T.P.&G.for Line.
Fort Worth.—-Both Lon A.
Smith and C. Y Terrell, members
of the Texas Railroad Commission,
expressed their approval of the
proposed construction of the Tex-
as Panhandle and Gulf Railroad
from, Fort Worth toTucumcari, N
M., during a conference with the
proponents of the line in Fort
“I am in favor of the T. P. &
G. being built,” Commissioner
Smith declared. “In the past,
railroads were built largely on
faith. Now they are built large-
ly for the service of the people,
and the people of west Texas
need and want this railroad.”
Commissioner Terrell brought
out to the that the T. P. & G.
when built, will tend, to bring the
products of, west Texas to Texas
cities instead of having them ta-
ken to the markets of Oklahoma
and Kansas; that the road will
tend to develop Texas cities,
namely, Fort Worth, Dallas and
other municipalities, which phase
! of the matter should be taken in-
I to consideration by Texas people,
! he stated.
| When questioned concerning
; his attitude toward new railroad
construction in general, Commis-
sioner Terrell asserted:
“Of course I’m for the build-
| ing of new railroad lines into the
Rio Grande Valley and on the
Plains The people in those sec-
tions need more railroad faeili-
j ties and « direet one-line haul by
' Wichita Falls, Fort Worth, Dal-
las, San Antonio and other Tex-
“Always count me in on any-
thing and everything that will
help develop Texas or any part of
it,” the Comimissioner tleelared.
“Our Constitution provides in
section 1, article 10, that any cor-
poration shall have the right to
build rail lines between any
points in Texas. I’m for the Coik
stitution of Texas.”
the best basket ball in the team.
Bryson is asked to stay with their
team for they are going to show
ability to be proud of.
The Bryson senior girls defeat-
& M, College, will also take part
in the rogram in which the pres-
ent beef cattle situation will be
A special feature on the pro-
Song, Away in the Manger.
Bible lesson, Martha Brown.
Prayer, by president.
ed Jermvn Wednesday afternoon ! Ve^"M"' a"S"'er "'"h 'i,We j wil1 th<- rendition of sev-
Nov. 25. The Bryson girls still Juni„r leader's lesson, Lora 'f*1. f„ara„°"s oId *°*b°y aon«s **
show that spirit which helped to Sartain. 0
win the mtwo championships in Recitation, Ernestine Young.
Story by children.
Memory verse, Louise Craft.
as many years.
The senior teams still have
j many vacant dates on their sched-
i ule, so any team desiring a game
I should notify L. J. Hester, at j nwte box opening
t Brysq^^pmediately. Reporter. , Closing prayer.
Carl T. Sprague, a Texas boy who
has made a specialty of songs of
the cow camp. Mr. Sprague,
known as the “eowboy singer,”
A high standard, Naomi Lucas, is a Victor record artist. At
Superintendent’s lesson and present he is connected with the
A. & M. College at College Sta-
With so many names added
to The Gazette’s subscription
list each week by the different
contestants, there will perhaps
be several mistakes in names,
dates, post offices, etc # Please
look at the address on your pa-
per and see if it is correct—if
not write or call the circula-
tion department of The Ga-
zette and correction will be
Woman’s Day to be Observed at
First Christian Church.
Woman’s Day will be observed
Sunday, Dec. 6, at eleven o’clock,
by the Woman’s Missionary Soci-
ety of the First Christian Church,
with the following program:
Scripture, Mrs. H. J. Hensley.
Greetings F*rom Our National
Secretary, Miss Cherryhomes.
High Points in Foreign Mis-
sions, Mrs. Emmet Garrison.
Fields and Forces, Mrs. J. P.
Jones “Haven’t begun-to-fight”
The following table shows the
standing of the various contest-
ants, according to a eanvas made
last night, and including all ver-
ified votes, turned in up to that
time, but does not include reserve
votes which are being held by
some of the contestants.
List of Contestants.
Miss Lena Bunnell ............ 89,700
Miss Velma Kelley ............ 87,400
; Miss Arnold Cox ............. 90,600
! Miss^Pally Armstrong ...... 89,800
i Miss Ferol Reeves .............. 91,300
Miss Alma Riggs ............. 90,900
Miss Katherine Lindsey .... 92,400
j Mrs. Mary Middleton ...... 88,800
Mrs. Stella Hughes ............ 86,500
| Miss Vivian Lowery ...
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Dennis, J. R. The Jacksboro Gazette (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 3, 1925, newspaper, December 3, 1925; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth730117/m1/1/: accessed December 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gladys Johnson Ritchie Library.