The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 45, Ed. 1, Friday, May 20, 1927 Page: 8 of 8

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18S LOU JACKSON
' vQONE TO HER REWARD
fFfV BELTON GIRLS'ON
S. G A. HONOR ROLL
Following a long illness Miss
Lou Jackson familiarly known
k& "Aunt Lou" died' Tufcfcday
nirfit. May 17 at the home of
feer brother Mr. J. W. Jackson
of tliis city. The funeral ser-
vices and interment were at the
Jackson cemetery where her
father and mother and other
relatives are buried Wednesday
afternoon conducted by Rev.
Eskridgte pastor of the First
Baptist church who made a
most beautiful talk on the life
of the good woman. The many
beautiful floral offerings bore
testimony of the love and es-
teem held by those left behind
to mourn her death.
Deceased was 80 years of age
plus seven days. She was born
in Louisiana May 10 1847 died
May 17 1927. With the family
she came to Texas when a child
and lived on the Jackson farm
near Donaho until a few years
ago when she moved to Okla-
homa to make her home with
Jier sister Mrs. J. C. Hewett.
She had been in failing health
for the past three or four years
tout her condition became seri
ous during the past few months.
She is survived by one sister
Mrs. J. C. Hewett of Oklahoma ;
and three brothers J. W. Jack-
son of Bartlett; J. D. Jackson
Alpine and G. W. Jackson of
Oklahoma all of whom were at
the funeral except the latter
who was prevented by illness.
"Aunt Lou" was a member of
the True Followers of Christ.
She was a good woman and de-
voted to her sister and brothers.
Her parents died many years
ago leaving her the eldest child
to take the responsibilities of
Tearing the younger i child-
ren. AH who knew her loved
her and will miss her as the
years roll on until the meet-
ing in the Great Beyond.
Five of the 174 Baylor col-
lege students to make the stu-
dent government honor roll for
this term are Belton girls. They
are Emmagene Fellrath Chris-
tine McGaritv. Mrs. Essie Lee
Roberts-Hnt Lelia Childers and
Annelise Bailey. To be an hon-
or student one must not only
have a high scholastic rating
but must have done nothing dur
ing the preceumg term iiiul.
would subject her to reprimand
either from the hostess or from
the student government officials
The honor roll is made out
each term on the previous terms
scholastic standing and deport-
ment record.
r Students on the honor roll
are given a number of privileges
in addition to their reglar class
privileges. They are recognized
by the hostesses as being trust-
worthy and are allowed to as-
sume responsibilities and are
triven nrivileKes as the hostess
es see fit. Belton Jounrnal.
BAYLOR COMMENCEMENT
EXERCISES
Belton Tex May 18. Bay-
lor college commencement exer-
cises will be held May 28-31.
Governor Dan Moody will de-
liver the baccalaureate address
at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning
May 31 at which time degrees
will be granted.
Dr. Marshall Craig pastor of
the Gaston Avenue Baptist
i church Dallas will preach the
baccalaureate sermon bunciay
morning and Dr. J. Howard Wil
Hams pastor of the First Bap-
tist church Corsicana will de-
liver the missionary sermon
that night.
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SYJPRT SCHOOL CLOSED
MAXt o.
SCHWERTNER 'SCHOOL
GRADUATING EXERCISES.
HOLLAND GIRL FIRST IN
CONTEST IN ARITHMETIC
Holland Tex.. May 14. In the
Interscholastic league meet par-
ticipated in by the schools of
this county Miss Rachel Nun-
nellee and Alice Swan of the Hoi
land public school won first place
in the ai'ithmetic contest in the
intermediate 'section. Miss
The Snior Class of the Hoi- Swan is the daughter ot Mr. and
land Hicihl School will prestnt Mrs. E. H. Swan and Miss INun
"Tho Wren" Mondav evening at nellee is the daughter of Mr. and
the auditorium in Halland. Mrs. Edgar JNunnellee.
The Sypert school closed Fri
day May 6 after a successful
term of work. Friday night a
very interesting program was
rendered by the school children
and Was enjoyed by all..
On Saturday night a three
act comedy drama "All On Ac-
count of Polly" was presented.
The drama consisted of sixteen
characters. Polly the leading
character was played by Miss
Annie Bartek. The characters
were: Miss Annie Bartek Vel-
ma Patterson Lois Esta and
Daisy Bryant Lydia Gersbach
Bessie Kurlacek Mae Patter-
son Stacie Skrabank and Mil-
dred Laurson. Messrs Denice
Bartek Joe Skrabanek Rudolph
Bartek Doyle McWilliams Wil-
liam McVay and Artie Gers-
bach. Each part was perform-
ed nicely. The play was direct
ed by Miss Thelma Johnson.
There was a cake presented to
the school to be given to the
prettiest girl present Miss Viola
Gindorf being the winner. The
teachers Miss Thelma Johnson
Mrs. Sallie Ashby gave a pic-
nic at Summers Mill in honor of
the ones that were in the play.
J1ES
AT HIS HOME
The Schwertner school will
present' its graduating exercis
es Friday night May 20. The
graduating class composed of
Raymond Thomas Louie Rob-
bins Effie Kasparek Lucy
Beyer and Alleen Weatherford
will present a short play entitl-
ed "A Kiss In The Dark" in ad-
dition to the usual exercises:
this will be followed by a gradu
ating address by Superintendent
Wilkerson of Thrall.
The following pupils will re-
ceive their grammar school di-
plomas: Frank Cofield Johnnie
Goode Ira White and Raybui;n
Holstine.
The Rev. E. C. Eskridge of
the Baptist church of Bartlett
will deliver the baccalaurate
sermon Sunday night at the
Schwertner High School Audi
torium.
Largest Attendance Since Years
at Funeral Service at Methodist
Church.
Mr. J. D. Jackson of Alpine
Harry Jackson of Abilene Felix
Wilkerson of Harrisburg Mr.
and Mrs. Will Garner of Rock-
dale were here to attend the fu-
neral of Miss Lou Jackson.
See "The Wren" at Holland
H. S. Auditorium Monday.
MRS. SARAH LOVE OF
BELTON PASSES AWAY.
Belton May 15. Mrs. Sarah
B. Forehand Love wife of the
late Joseph Wilson Love pioneer
of Bell county died at her home
nere here on North Main street
Sunday afternoon after an ex
tended illness.
She was a beloved Christian
mother a typical pioneer wo-
man and widely known in the
county. She had been a mem
ber of the Baptist church since
cnudnood. Mrs. Love was born
in Mississippi March 11 1844
the daughter of Blake and Eli-
zabeth (Linn.) Forehand. Her
father J. B. Forehand came to
Texas in 1848. She was one of
six children all of them now
dead. Her husband the late
Joseph W. Love who died in
1912 was a veteran of the Con-
federate army Hood's brigade.
Surviving are six children:
W. T. Love of Oklahoma City J.
B. and G. C. Love and Miss An-
na Love of Belton and J. E.
Love of Temple ; also five grand
children J. W. Love of Oklaho-
ma City Misses Corinne and
Lucy Love of Belton J. E. Love
Jr. of Schenectady N. Y. and
Ernest E. Love of Temple. There
is one great grandchild Eva
Jane of Love of Oklahoma City
daughter of J. W. Love.
Funeral services were held at
the home of J. C. Love 810 N.
'Main street at 3 p. m. Monday
conducted by Dr. E. G. Town-
send' of Baylor College assisted
"by Rev. Layton Maddox. In--terment
was held in the family
'burial plot at Salado the funeral
jparty going overland to Salado.
"VILAS SCHOOL CLOSES.
The Vilas school has just
closed a most successful eight
months term. During the year
they have had a box supper two
cream suppers and several pro-
grams. The community has al-
so voted ibonds to buy additional
play grounds and the trustees
have purchased some nine acres
with the proceeds of same.
The faculty for the past two
years thas been composed of
Mr. Ralph Smith Miss Aura
Belle Coker and Mrs. Luara
Belle Smith and they have been
re-elected for another year
which speaks in splendid terms
of their administration.
The Vilas school will close to-
day (Friday) wih commence-
ment exercises and a play at
at night. Also a play will be
given Saturday night. Both
plays are comedies and full of
pep. All cordially invited.
SATURDAY
AND
MON DAY
May 21 - 23
I. GOLD'S
SATURDAY
.'AND
Monday
May 21-23
SHOE AND DRESS
BUY NOW
FROM GOLD
AND SAVE
SALE
Be Sure and Not
Miss This Great
Shoet&Dress Sale
IT MEANS CASH IN YOUR PURSE
We have received a beautiful line of dresses purchased from?one Jof J the
Largestjmanufaccurers for CASH and have bought them at a GREAT BARGAIN PRICE and areoffering
these dresses to the public of Bartlett and vicinity at Bargain Prices. We uage you to come and get one
now as the prices we are offering them at they will not last long. You can buy them from us at lessjthan
actual manufactuier's regular price We purchased a bargain and are offering our patrons a bargain.
In connection with this dress sale we are offering
A 2-day Extra Special in our Shoe Department i
which will mean a big saving. Do not miss this opportunity.'
See Our Window Display. Everything Marked in Plain Figures.
Jas. H. Bridges aged 56 weU '
known Wilson merchant died at
his home 409 South 6th street
Tuesday evening after a linger-
ing illness of almost a year
bright disease being the cause
of his death. Funeral services
were held at the Methodist
church at 2:30 o'clock Wednes-
day immediately followed by
burial in the Hewitt cemetery.
Mr. Bridges went to Temple
Texas last December and placed
himself under treatment of the
best medical aid obtainable but
secured only temporary relief.
Deceased was born at Corn
Hill Texas November 16 1871
and was married at that place to
Miss Lenora Bell Finley in 1890.
Of this union nine children were
born seven of whom are still
living. Besides the widow and
children of the deceased other
survivors are his mother Mrs.
P. Bridges and one sister Mrs.
W. J. Greig of Pflugerville Tex
as and five brothers Joe A. M.
E. T. D. S. and E. B. Bridges
all of Bartlett Texas the five
borthers being at his bedside
'when the end came.
The children are: J. M. Brid-
ges Arthur Bridges; Mrs. Lo-
bsiger of Borger and Mrs. Bruce
of Temple Texas; Miss Zeland
and Master Elwood of Wilson.
A very impressive funeral
service was presided over by
Rev. A. H. Anglin. pastor of the
Methodist church. Practically
every business house in the city
closed for this service and the
church auditorium was filled to
standing room on the lower
floor and the balcony was crowd-
ed. Mr. Bridges had been engaged
in the grocery and market busi-
ness for several years in Wilson
about two years ago moving
from his old location on south
5th street to the post office
block.
Mr. Bridges at his death was
a member of the Methodist
church and his passing leaves
a large circle of friends who
will miss his presence among us.
Wilson (Okla.) Democrat .
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GOODEVILLE SCHOOL NEWS
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Entire $40000 stock turned into one bargain the 2 days.
I. GOLD
Baurtlett's
Bargain Center.
Bariett's
Bargain Center. t
We Sell More and Better Goods For Less.
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The Goodeville School closed
Friday May 13 with a most
successful year under the super-
vision of Misses Wheeler and
Cowart of Bartlett.
Three act comedy drama
"Eyes of Love" was presented
Monday night by the. Goode-
ville school at the Schwertner
auditorium to a very large audi-
ence. The Bartlett Band furnished
music throughout the evening
which was greatly enjoyed by
all. Mr. E. C. Hill of the Sch-
wertner school made a very in
teresting talk to the graduates
after which the presentation of
diplomas followed. Those whb
receiveH diplomas were: Gey
Holden Stella Davis Marlin
Henry Harry Perkins Dessie
Fischer Gertrude Meissner
Woodrow Heinsohn Lillian and.
Jewel White.
The honor students of the en-
tire school are: Franklin Rob-
erts and Wilma Lee Boyd of the
primary room; Dessie Fischer
and Dean Davis of the hicrher
room. Each honor pupil wasv J
presented with a crift from their' sr i
teachers as a token to ser-
ve as a rememberance for the
fine record which had been
made during the school year.
Honorable mention pupils are:
Brooks Davis C. L. Solomon
LaVeme Shultz Ruby Fischer
and Gey Holden.
Those receiving certificates
for perfect attendance records
throughout the entire school
year were: Bill and Blair Holden
Franklin Roberts Woodrow
Heinsohn and Gey Holden.
In appreciation of the member
of the Bartlett Band and of the
members of the play a delight-
ful social hour took place at the
home of Miss Cowart immediate
Jy following the play Monday
night. Delicious refreshments
of ice cream and angel food cake
were served by Misses Wheeler
and Cowart. Reporter.
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TURNER GETS TWELVE
YEARS FOR BURGLARY'
Georgetown May 19. Wil-
liam Turner drew the maximum
penalty of 12 years in the peni-
tentiary when the jury in the
2(th district court found him
guitly of the burglary of the
Jarrell Mercantile Co. at Jarrell
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Cates, R. F. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 45, Ed. 1, Friday, May 20, 1927, newspaper, May 20, 1927; Bartlett, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth76188/m1/8/ocr/: accessed June 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.

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