The Taft Tribune (Taft, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 8, 1945 Page: 4 of 8
jfr'i u JfAGE FOOT
THE TAFT TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1945.
HE TAFT TRIBUNE
Tea and Shower
.Mrs. .1 B. OlKf. 'M!
Ha.'lv. ami Mrs. Millard
Geoffrey Chaucer, “father of
KcgMsh orctiy • wa* el veil a roy-
al grant of a ii.ulur of
wine f<>, life,
A number of ^
shown that when cow,
in summer, fh«y wtlj
about 70 per cent a«,
Ihey wUl when fed the i
■'mount of concentrate!
i’ennaylvania is first mnong all
.statin in Hviein of itr highway
s.vsh in t0,til5 miles.
BOOK WEEK OBSERVED
BY CHAT WORK CLUB
Ms V. ('. iMoriit and Mrs I*.
K. iWJiitfield wore hootesses for
the meeting of the that Work
Clnh Wednesday afternoon at the
NWti*«t Eivrg Thnndat) Hu
THE HICtlARhS rmtPASr
by Union Gen
- , — at the pout office at
Texas, under the Art of March
Mr % J. K. ChileB,
Mrs. P. (). Whitfield, Mrs. George
II. Tenery. Mrs. A. it. McCaig
and Mrs O 0. Deputy were wel-
j coined an new member*,
I Book iWeek
Joined bunifide* tn
my nr c. rhiha/ws
WA E. iuiuMRDS
Manager nod Society Editor
\ ALL KINDS OF WELDING f
SHOP NEXT TO THE ROBERTS GIN
’ ^ 4»
Portable" Equipment to Go +
Anywhere At Any l ime %
l Shop Phone 290—Resicten. e 265 P O. Box 582 j
E TAFT, TEXAS J
was ohsei ved by
(giving $5.SI to tlie library for a
; new book. \ donation of $9.50
was given to the Hoy Scouts.
tf-Ji Photo Prom* Co.. Taft
A. M. fPetet Wood
The guests were rei'i*fd by
Mrs. Vickei s .Mrs. Haley. *»«
Mrs Buber. mother ol tue nriue.
The refreshment table was cot
11 Building Restriction
\ Are Now Lifted!
O. Hart laid rhanw of
in Sfaui Patricio himI Adjoining (*.nun-
tlea, M.H0 IVr Yenr.
Ad Ofh«-p Plate*, M.ii« IVr Yeor
Pityahle in Advance
I cri il with ‘t lovely l;s< «1
; tho and the centerpiece was
owed ol paslal coivired flowers, -it
was a cut iflftjs J
while at the other j
he cake service.
in the dining!
Jo Ann Vick
sister of the
Joan Cuk«* i
In* bride s
»:» twenty mcrnbois and *ix vo kL-: ; ♦•ini of the Hh|t
.Mrs M. C Gann of Aransas Pass, punch howl
Mrs, f\ O Whitfield Mrs. O. (» end was
1 , Mrs. A. R Mr Cute, Mrs, j Those assisting
J. L. Griffin and .Mrs. M. Trnair ■; room wort Misses
Tin* December meeting will b« t*r.«, folly Hubei
held in T»»H at the home uf ,.VIr». ■ hi Jhdiie lAlltiehiei
Frank Morris with Airs. Z. I> and Phyllis Tuft. Miss
Campbell as cu hostess. j<* • vva-■ rUfttorliJn "I
♦ * * ' hook while Mi^s Mary Lou Green
CARD OF THANKS had charge of Uie gift .ooiu.
We taki this method to express Mrs. HaU*y. daughter of Mrs
tv all out good friends ,in«l mugh K ? o r i* ti< • Hu her. was wed tn
hors our deep appr-s iati a for' George West on October • »! Mr.
tfielr kindness and coti-rtevies. and .Mrs. Hu bv are now >> siding
words of sympathy and ?!ow- in i.* Ha West,
after' tb* death of our loved one.
Mr and Mrs W A Hcriviner,
upon a reco.it visit to San An-
tonio, enjoyed an unexpected jam
il> reunion, as Mr. Seriviner and
his brothers and sisters were to-
gether for the fijjst time in about
3U years. Mr Strlvine/s brothers,
A K, and F. C., the latter an
Army engineer, both formerly
lived in Taft. The sisters are
|Mjs. II F. Chadwick, .San Avrtonio
und Mrs. M. AJexandei of San
The Corpus Christi
BUY VICTORY BONDS!
Per Year . . . MAIL ONLY!
$7.50 Regular Rate
| Thurs. Fri., Nov, 22-23—
80 GREAT STARS
6 FAMOUS BANOS
13 NEW SONG HITS
The Caller or Time*. Daily ami
Sunday by Carrier, per wk
Both the Caller anrd Time. Daily
& ffunday, by Carrier per wk
A Service Organization
J N. MOTTE. Manager
Fish ‘Walks From Pool to Pool
The Chinese nolking fish mover
over dry land from one pool of
water to another by twisting it.« body
in energetic leaps according to the
The best in news and features for your
entire family ... World, National
and Community news, plus a full page
of comics every day including the
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excitement, mystery, action and drama
Saturday, Nov. 24—
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Starting December 1, The Caller and
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through the facilities of the Associated
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after they occur.
at* TURKty ABq„
• ATTENTION! •
SAN FAT is the pioneer in the vegetable business
in the Sinton area!
Wc Will Appreciate Your Corning In 7
The following list of seed prices is a
Long, safe, low-cost mileag,
• you want it, need it, lik.
not get it? Good-
year has ''cocked up"
thing special to be thankful
,cr • • • ° 9ood looking, easy-
riding tire shown by j0
give longer tread wear. And
‘estimoniais from coast to coast
report startling records of
tra service . . . th« ram# bonu*
mdeage you gsi when you
gel the Deluxe
quality Cf at’flP'Mj
Goodyear, We ~ 1
herve your Good- 8 %&
fear now. »«
Crystal Wax ..............
Danvers Half Lung
Fur jilt* Top White Giohe Turnips
Mustard (Curly) ........ .......
Spinach, Curly or Flat Leaf
Parsley, triple curled ..............
AMMclatedl Yellow ......
Ferry’s White Globe .......
Copenhagen Market . ..
Glory t>t EInk.it(men .....
Marfan Market ..............
Savoy Chieftain ............
We have exercised extreme care and gone to
considerable expense to insure the QUALITY
of the seed we sell. All of our seed have been
tested by the State Department of Agricul-
ture. and we KNOW wfaut we are offering!
We are interested in well prepared land for
Share Crop and Cash Deals, and suggest that
you contact us if you have good land.
WSE OUR EASY
mum wavy v
Zo £f. Fbiooe 3—-L***! Phone 1§5
HOME OFFICE: SINTON, TEXAS
RK3PKXSENTED BY J, ft'. BENSON. MEN F, BENSON, General Manager
ISSMETT WHZTRF3KLB, DHJ.Y GER0ES AND DICK GRRBE8
h. Gib»on( M»ug«r
. CHARUS BANOOtfld
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Richards, Henry C. The Taft Tribune (Taft, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 8, 1945, newspaper, November 8, 1945; Taft, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth756101/m1/4/ocr/: accessed February 23, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Taft Public Library.