Coleman Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 2, 1935 Page: 2 of 14
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At Farm Meeting
Necessity for prompt action on the
part ut Coleman couutuuos is seen
t.y County Agent C. Robinxon
if the government's Triple 4 pro"
rams are continued.
fur if the future of the national
administration's policies an the Ag-
ricultural Adjustment Administra-
tion program depends on Just what
tn> people of this county- and all
THE DEMOCRAT-VOICE, COLEMAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1935.
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ether oouutie* of the South--believe jccai h, worth $835 (JO fully equipped,
about the program. | purchased lrom and on display at
Much pressure has been brought creatli Motor Co. show room. Tin'
mi administration officials by clubs , u)tlf,r a NFW 1935 model Plymouth
and organisations in the North and 'coach worth $685 Ou purchased
Gift Campaign Is
In Second Period
Swinging away fdt the finish, all |
atingle with high hopes and nearly •
realized ambitions, candidates in
the Democrat Voice’s now, , iumous L
New Deal Gift Distribution have |
swelled their vote totals to splendid
marks. Prom now on to the finish
it will Ire an exciting race between
the leaders to see who will capture
tiie many grand prizes that are in-
cluded on the liat two popular make
automobiles, a NEW 1935 Pontiac
REEL w’OODLAND ELVES AT PLAY
kii.t to discontinue tire programs.
Mi. Kohinson states. Pur that rea-
son some 2,000 farmers from the
South are to meet in Washington
within the next few days in an ef-
fort to persuade the administration
leaders to continue the present farm
from and of display at the Taylor
Motor Co. show room, besides the
many cash awards.
The first period of the campaign,
which closed Monday night, was a
tremendous success, but a strange
coincidence, unusual in affairs of
this kind, has appeared. Each of the
leading candidates benefited so ,
of the stale are sendine reu'lrt,Uallj uUrlng Ule peiiod lust clQS,
cl the state are sending rep lj ylut a palr.iine decision, almost,:
Most of tiie counties in this sec-
nrentaUves to the Washington
meeting and it is Mr. Robinson’s
wish that at least two representa
tivea be sent from this county.
Next Saturday at 2:30 p. m. the
preposition is to be discussed at a
mass meeting at the county court
house. In the meantime meetings
are being held in some of the small-
e: communities of the county.
A special train of farmers is to
leave Texas May 12 and will return
May 17 It will cost about $150 to
send two delegates from this coun-
ty and money for that purpose is
o peeled to be subscribed by local
business men and farmers
in this county there are 2,000 cot-
ton (■ontrbets, 200 heg-eorn contracts
and 85 wheat contracts, kil of which
.would be annulled shduld the prog
p 'in lie disrontliiiiod
Too Late To Classify
| is required
Unexpectedly, therefore, the com
petition to determine the ultimate
winners depends almost entirely up-j
on the results obtained by the var-
ious participants in the great race |
between now and the final'moments, j
There are the facts in a nutshell. |
The struggle for supremacy must
be fought out in the next few hours, j
for the campaign closes in just a
few more days, The second period j
ends Monday. May 13th.
Do not torget the "second sub- J
scriptions”—they mean real votes, j
extensions, Names on subscription i
stubs should be written or printed j
so plainly that there will be no oc j
canon for error, and secure the sub-1
scriber's postoffke box number if:
possible, instead of street address; ] Funeral services
: however, If subscriber prefers paper Vaughan, 80, farmer and resident
(delivered to street Sddress. write it of the. county lor the past 29 years,
(plainly Each stub should bear the were held last Friday afternoon at
j candidate's name as well In cases ] the family home, eight miles south-
1 u second payment subscriptions, the east ol Coleman, with Rev. J. R.
[stub should be marked as such and McCoikle, retired Baptist minister,
jthe amount and dale of the first i officiating
| payment should be indicated.
Coleman s Newest
Grocery Is Open;
; It’s Help U Self
Coleman's newest grocery store is
cairn for business today with Roy
M' Fuifiiml, Jortperiy of Santa An-
na. as its owner und manager.
li is the Hclp-U Selfv Grocery at
O mniuioial and College streets, the
building formcily occupied by Harry
A complete line of groceries,
fruits, meats and vegetables is car-
lo 1 by. the store
Salesmen from some cf the whole-
sale grocery houses will be on hand
n: day Saturday to demonstrate
^coffee, cakes, and salad dressing,
f rir baloous ale to be given chil-
dr< o who visit the store Saturday.
Mr McFarland spent about ten
vi-uvs in the grocery in Santa Anna
before moving to Brady where he
v, a in the business about four years.
(i C.-Stewart, in charge of the
meat department, has had a great
di al of experience in the business
] and has been associated with Mr.
McFarland for some time. L. R.
L. udfdrd of Santa Anna is the
si: re’s cashier
IN HIS HANDS
j Safety Club Plans,*
Study of Red Cross
j At Monday Meeting
According toouiclent bards, the forests of Old England teemed with
tiny fairies. Here is a medern conception of these sprites at their wood-1 Second lesson in Red Cress safe-
land antics, in a scene from a forthcoming Shakespearean production, [ty wait und report; on the recent
------—-p,.—----—-— --———-—, j on 1 tii.y cf tli" Oil Belt safety con-
i’ 1 T 1. Uf Jcicncc will be the chief items of
I emplti trust Wins tousinc* next Monday afternoon and
night when the two sections of the
Coleman Safety Club meet at the
American Legion club room.
Thi afternoon section will meet
ut, iii" o'clock while the night sec-
tion will meet ret 7:30 p. m, William
Maxwell, secretary of the organiza-
tion, announced today.
.••.•.Hiding of the teams competing
in safety work also will be announced
hi 1 he two meetings.
The job of spending $4,880,000,000
where it will do the most good
should prove a busy one for Frank
C. Walker, shown above at work.
In his post as head of the National
Emergency Council, to which he has
been named by President Roosevelt,
Walker will puss on applications for
allotments from the huge work re-
Plenty Of Activity Is Planned
In Bdy Scout Circles; Year’s
Committees Are Announced Here
There’s plenty of activity slated
in Boy Scout circles here, Floyd
Price, county chairman of the or-
ganization. states In an interview
In the first place steps are being
taken toward tlie sending of four
Boy Scouts from this oily to tha
national Jamboree to be held in
Washington, D. C., during August.
A $100 registeration fee ft
youths already has been
It was decided to send the fee in
to the national office at a meeting
of the scout leaders held at the
Chamber of Commerce office Tues-
day afternoon. Those to attend tile mid Trensurer R. I. Bowen, Jr.
Uaury Suit Before
The Supreme Court
tor Leonidas C
FOR SALE—Two Shetland ponies,
two years old Peggy Parks Austin ] A new dust storm, about the-vears aao
Furceli Ranch 18-19P humpteetnth for the year, was mov-
■ _______| ing in ou Coleman shortly before
; press time this aitemoon. A report
LOST—At Higginbothams Saturday 1 from Novice was that the sand was
Eigia white gold irtst watch. Re so thick that it was necessary to
ward. Leave at Democrat-Voice of- turrt on the electric lights Visibility
Approximately 100 cases against
the 'iempie Trust Company. Tern
pie, will be taken lrom various dis-
trict court dockets over the state
today following a decision yesterday
ci tile Texas Supreme Court.
The cases will be taken lrom the
dockets because of the decision
handed down on a case involving a
Coleman county plaintiff, M. L
The late Mr. Vaughan was born! Walker.
18x [there was about
No., 2 CANS
PACIFIC TOILET PAPER
Tennessee on July 32. about 80
He was a member of the
Survivors include, tliree sons,
Grady, Lucian and Walter; and
tou, daughters, Mrs. Mollie Vaug-
jhan, Mrs. B Seal and Miss Bettie
| Vaughan, all of-Coleman, and Mrs.
jW A Seal of Santa Anna.
1 Pall bearers included, Lonnie
; Vaughan, Grady Vaughan, Jr,,
j Gather Vaughan, Varner B. Seal.
Roy Seal and William Henry.
Flower girls included, Misses Ma-
1 oel Vaughan, Elsie Wnitlield und
.Emmie Vaughan, and Mesdames
T’trl Wyatt. H. A Hagler, H. E
j Starnes.. A G. Edgerton, and Jet
Funeral arrangements were made
(by J. E. Stevens company.
II was decided that the case of
M. L. Walker vs. the Temple Trust
Company, charging usury, should be
over ruled. The cases to be thrown
out oi the court are based on the
same line of reasoning %s was the
Thousands of dollars was saved
the Temple concern by the court's
Judge E M Critz of Coleman is i
attorney tor Temple Trust here.
BOWF.N H. !). CLUB
VALERA CEMETERY WORKING
According to an announcement
nude today by Mrs. Theo Griffis,
there will be a cemetery working
-a the Valera cemetery Saturday,
Ail interested are requested to be
on hand early Saturday with their
tools and lunch, Mrs. Griffin stat-
J. P. Richardson,
Pioneer of Area,
Be Buried Today
meeting included, Rev. R. Matthew
Lynn, Rev. O. L. Savage, Rev. John
A. Siceloff, J. Lae Mayes, E. P-
Scarborough, Herbert Scott, Hubert
Shore, T. D. Strickland, R. I. Bow-
en, Jr., W. E. Stepp, Floyd Price
and Charles Cooper,
The four best scouts in the coun-
ty will be given the trip to Wash
- Name Committees
Committees tor the coming fls-
fal year were named today by Mr.
Price. They arc: Sea scouting, J. R-
Day, Clyde Dingus and M. O. Chen-
ey; civh: service, E. P. Scarborough,
To “Best” Musician
f uneral services for J. P. Richard |
son, over 80 years old and a pioneer j
01 this county, are to be held at (
the Methodist church at Rockwood
Although a resident of Santa An-
na for the past .few years. Mr. Rich-
ardson had resided at Rockwood for j KlnB
u ornut rnnmi vaure unH rinrhiv (hut . ClMl.
There will be
Members of the Coleman high
school band iiave a strong incentive
toddy for being judged tiie best
musician in the band:
For Simmons University lias of-
fered to give a lull scholarship in
that school for the boy or girl in the
local band who is judged by Dlrec-
as the best must-
W. B. Baker and W. Marcus Weath-
ered; educational publiolty, 8. If.
Standefer, Joe B. Pouns and Mal-
colm Autry; reading, J. T- Runkle,
health and safety, G. E. Dalton. Dr.
W. T. Graves und H. M. Loveless;
M. C. Barnes, Dr. J. M. Nloliols and
J. B. Hough; troop organization, R.
Matthew Lynn, J. L. Beard and Bil-
lie Allen; rural scouting; S. W.
Cooper, R. H. Campbell and C. V-
Robinson; leadership and training,
O. L. Savage, John A. Siceloff and
Whitten McKinney; camping, B. B,
Nunley, E. B. Dixon, John, Gram-
mar and Lewis Jobe; finance, Bam
Cobb, J. Lee. Mayes, W. J. Coulson
cubbing, W. W. Fewell, Simon
Horne, and Oeorge Clements; and
court qf honor, W. A. Wilhite.
At 8 o’clock Friday night, May 9,
a court of honor is to be held at the
First Baptist church educational
building. Regional Executive Ed
Shumway of Abilene will attend.
a great many years and during that
time had made a wide circle of
He was quite active in Metiiodist
church work for years. However, he
had been ill for the past several
months. He died Wednesday after-
noon at Santa Anna.
Survivors include, his widow, one
son, M. A. Richardson of Rockwood,
and Mrs. Fbk Johnson of Rockwood.
inter when ottier colleges and uni-
versities over tiie stale make simi-
There are six other institutions
negotiating with Mr. King on simi-
lar propositions, thus It Is seen that
seven of the band members may be
able to get a free college education
if all tiie colleges and universities
give lull cooperation
You will be nroud to own anti
at prices you can afford to pay
33 PLYMOUTH FOUR DOOR
38 DODGE TWO DOOR
33 V-8 TUDOR
31 MODEL A FORDOR
31 CHEVROLET COUPE
28 OLDSMOKILE SEDAN
31 CHEVROLET TRUCK AND
22 FOOT FARM TRAILER
C. W. CAMP
JUDGE UR1TZ SEES BROTHER
I.N.UGl RATED AT AUSTIN
A Mother's Day program was the
feature of the afternoon Wednesday,]
April 24. when the Bowen home |
demonstration club met with Mrs.)
H. A. Hagler, with fourteen mem-
bers* and one visitor, Mrs. Morgan
Laird, of Dayton.
I The club voted to hold a sand- j
; wich sale Saturday to help raise j
j money to send delegates to the A&M j
Judge J! M Critz, Coleman, has Games were enjoyed during Pie
returned from Austin where Wed- social hour and refreshments of I
ni.»du;. morning he saw his brother, ice cream and pink angel food cake
fl Richard, inaugurated associate jus- served
t ice of tie Supreme “court. Judge] J he next meeting of the club will
Richard Critz wax appointed by be May IS? at the home of the bed-
(kn James V— Allred to finish tiie room demonstrator, Mrs. Arnold.
' up expired term of the laie Justice j Miss Alice Glenn Young, county |
William Pierson. * | home demonstrator, will be present. 1
8 07.. jar
Demonstration and Sale
Balls of juice
2 lb. box
2 oz. pkg.
A & F MATCHES
carton of 6 boxes
BOKAR COFFEE or
pound 40 C
No. 2 can
1-1 lb. pkg.
UOUONOG, 1-2 lb
8 O’CLOCK COFFEE
PINK SALMON .........
BREjJD Grandmothers^ PAN ROLLS
loaf 1 C package
RAJAH SALAD DRESSING
Quart Jar 33p Pint jar
CI Alin Pillsberry’s Best
iLvUll 24 pound bag
5 pound bag 23^ 12 pound bag
LnnUIVEJvj 2 pound box
AI TA Silverspread Brand
, SlicH Bacon, Wil-
MJii Laurel, lb. ....
Bonghom, lb. ...
Selected Quality Meats
Compound, bulk *)H
2 pounds Tor 41 C
BACON, dry salt OI
2 pounds for
Selected Quality Vegetables
3v pounds -
SQUASH, white and'
Bring Us Your
We will pay You
Ballons for the Kiddies. Sample Flour
While They Last. Coffee and Cakes
Served All Day Saturday. Co% in
Help-U-Self VAWLLA WAFERS
SAVE A LITTLE ON EVERY ITEM
Located Across Street North Coleman Hotel
Special sale on all Brown’s
* Cakes and Crackers.
Millers, 2 for
Sunkist crushed, No.
Full quart, only
We carry a complete stock of “Top
Quality" groceries, fresh fruits anti
No Better Meats to be Found
1 ban carried in our market depart-
We want your phone orders which
Phone jr ■ Phone
15 at any Hour is
Come In and drink
with us Saturday.
Swans Down .
Soft as Silk
chases dirt, 2 for ...
Red Crown, Vienna
Puremeat, 2 for
In the, housewife who likes to do her
own shopping, we invite you to come
to ofir store, take a basket and make
your own selections. We enjoy having
you visit whether you buy or not.
M. L Starnes Market
Telephone 15 for delivery at any time
rnrrrr Bulk, pure rio, ground
UirrLCwhile you wait. 4 lbs. 50c, 1 lb
No. 2 can, 2 for
. Fresh ground. G lbs. $1.
FLAKES cream pitcher t Q
free, 2 for I«7C
Sliced or Halves
No. i 1-2
48 lb. sack ................
1-4 pound, 2 for
WHITE EAGLE, guar-
anteed to be as good as
|iny extra high patent
■ flour made. 48 lb. sack
CA An BLUE BARREL. Save the
OUflr coupons, G bars ..... ..............
WASHING POWDER "’
Reef. U.S, in-
Pure Pork, best
** - e - n
We Specialize in
U. S. Inspected
pice and tender.
OWNED AND OPERATED BY ROY MCFARLAND
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Pouns, Joe B. Coleman Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 2, 1935, newspaper, May 2, 1935; Coleman, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth747730/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Coleman Public Library.