Yoakum Daily Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 126, Ed. 1 Friday, August 28, 1925 Page: 2 of 6
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THE YOAKUM HERALD
FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1225
MIL WRECKS DAMAGE
by a high wind ami nearly one inch of
VICTORIA. Aug. 28—One of the
•most severe hal lstorms ever known
tim. Ibis county fell in Inez on the
irasch of Mrs. T. M. McCampbell of
■8aa Antonio, Sunday afternoon. The
Hull wredLed the roof of a tenement
bouse aaC caused the tenants to go
sunder the beds for safety. It covered
title ground to a depth of two inches.
'The area was about 400 yards wide
: and 'A mile long. On one farm 10 or
ttS bales of cotton were knocked from
dike stalks. The hail was accompanied
Miss Louise Magee left today for
Flatonia where she will visit friends
and from there she will go to La
Orange to attend the Teachers Insti-
tute to be held there.
Mrs. G. A. McGee and daughters
Misses Josephine and Adeline left to-
day for San Marcos where they will
Miss Vlrgie Parish returned to her
home in Dallas after attending the
Sure! Our Service Is On
PCD PAPITA PI AN ftF ',he r,nd* ”n'' eatin,? oul Ihe heart-
ITn UnlllM I LHH Ur jmt young turkey in question, hav-
SCHOOL SUPPORT NOT mg eaten*»*■and the sun bein«
FAIR IS MARRS’ VIEW hot> tvidently decided the inside °f
Austin, Texas, Aug. 27—The present
plan of distribution of the school funds
to the schools of the State, was char-
acterized as unfair by Prof. S. M. N.
Marrs, State superintendent of public
instruction, Tuesday evening.
The present method provides for a
per capita distribution of $14, has re-
sulted in certain sections of the coun-
try which were but sparsely settled
being unable to give school children
equal advantages as those In thickly
settled sections, despite the fact that
the tax rate may be the same, he said.
"Propaganda is being spread through-
out Texas," said Superintendent Marrs.
“that the State is doing too avch for
schools, but we will not have any
system unless the district system is
abolished. One section of Travis
County has a 50-cent tax on the $100
property valuation and all this tax
raises in a year is $58. One-half of
this sum must be withheld for the
sinking fund to pay interest.
"We have made a mistake in the
per capita distribution. The State
does not owe equal sums of money to
its school children, but does owe equal
opportunities, and these are not ob-
tained by the appropriation of the
same number of dollars to each child.”
j the melon would be a fine resting
place. He managed to squeeze into
the shell, and then rested. But the
sun’s action on the empty shell soon
started, and suddenly the turkey was
a prisoner in a shell that had dried
up and caught him. He was rescued
that night, when Mrs. Cook, missing
one of her flock, instituted a search.
She heard a faint peeping and found
the young one.
MAKIN6 THE HOME
SAFE FOR DEMOCRACY
DALLAS. Aug. 27—When a Dallas
husband, working under the false im-
pression that an orersupply of poor
whiskey made him "bad" attempted
to whip his wife and his son the other
day, the table was turned on him. He
got the jump on his family and did
some damage but when his spouse
went Into action .assisted by the boy,
he soon was subdued. In fact, he
was tied in the tonneau of the family
flivver and while the wife watched
him and son drove to the office of the
district attorney. A warrant charg-
ing drunkenness and aggravated as-
sault was issued.
ter of Yoakum called on Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Urban Friday night.
John Simek Jr. and W. A. Henk-
haus motored out to the river for a
few hours fishing Wednesday.
Mr .and Mrs. 2d. Koehler and baby
visited Monday night with his par-
Mrs. P. C. Scott spent Sunday night
with Mrs O. H. Leist.
Mrs. Willie Menke and daughters
Eslella, Bernice and Anna Lee called
on Mrs. W. Teague and family Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Leist and family
and Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt
visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Reinhardt and family.
Those Visiting Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs L. Koehler were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Drozd and sons, Hugo and
Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. L. Plvoda and
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Koehler of Yoa-
Mr .and Mrs. Ad. Raetasch and
daughter Vesta, called on Mr. aod Mrs
Mrs. John Simek Jr and children
spent a while with her mother, Mrs.
L. Koehler, Monday.
Victor Simek delivered beef Wed-
nesday, he will continue killing every
Wednesday for some time.
presenting Miss Eleanor Qnmttl,
npiiooal 60-yard *wLm«njng cham-
pion. Who' Ms oosns to the front
.TrapMUy In the past year. Scarcely,
more than a novice last summer,■
she JMO startled: natatorial Circles by*
her achievements/ Mias Garattl
hails from San Rafael, Calif.
TT'S a R-e-a-l Service, too—the
A- kind that helps you get all the
performance out of yotr present
battery first. If yours is a Willard
Charged tjort^f'dry Battery, you've
got a big advantage. We'd like to
Cell you wky.
IF THIS HAD NOT HAPPENED IN
CUERO WE WOULD NOT.
HAVE BELIEVED IT
Landry Motor Saes
meinfier Willard Battery isdn
CUERO, Texas, Aug. 28—The old
nursery rhyme of the gentleman who
possed a wife, but being too poor to
support her, put her in a pumpkin
shell, was reenacted recently with a
young turkey, owned by Mrs. Thomas
Cook of Clinton, essaying the chief
Mrs. Cook has a large flock of tur-
keys. all of which seemed to have
developed a penchant for watermelons
grown nearby by a Mexican. The tur-
keys have a habit of pecking through
The community beef club which
started some time ago has been quite
i a success as most every one had fat
! yearlings even through the drought,
; and those that weren’t fat, they were
j taken up and fed. There are twenty
; members in this club and all must kill
good yearlings, averaging from 150 to
| 275 lbs.
Mrs. O. Ferguson and sons George
and Jim of Sublime are visiting with
her sister Mrs. L. Koehler.
Mr. and Mrs. Ad. Raetzsch and
daughter Vesta returned Thursday
from the coast
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Quast and daugh-
Breakfast bacon is good. But it
always looks as If it needed Ironing
If you packed a milion trunks for
a trip your wife would cram some
thing else in your pockets
They have made the Atlantic
Ocean so dry even 'a rum ship
Worry is a great thins. Tt is
about the only thing that can make
most of us think.
In Milwaukee, a woman hit a man
with a bottle, but maybe she will say
he looked like an Umpire.
The world's population Is estimat-
ed at almost two billion, none of
which is exactly satisfied.
(Copyright, 1925, NEA Service, Inc.
Her voice won her a $200 prize, of-
fered by the Julliard Foundation.
Qhe's Jane Crawford, 17, and she
lives in Hollywood.
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Richter, T. H. Yoakum Daily Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 126, Ed. 1 Friday, August 28, 1925, newspaper, August 28, 1925; Yoakum, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth758149/m1/2/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carl and Mary Welhausen Library.