Edna Weekly Herald. (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 10, 1932 Page: 2 of 6
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The Jackson County Ab-
ABSTRACTS, LOANS, INSURANCE
Our Abstracts are thetfrisis of Moat
viall Titles in Jackson County
A. OLIVER, Manager
.... . .
sorr.v lo reporf i
y <'<Tx--\vlUoli 0C<
County Agent’s Column
X ARTHUR s< <>l'l 1:1*1
AurlcnlCuriil Agent, Jackson* County.
Ledeml Loan* to Farmers.
AjipHott Hons for Federal Loans,
t lie cleat li of
'Ali-s. Mary ClWFuwlileh occurred Tueri?
’day-nvcuiniT of- lust. -week ,Ul The. home
|<if liqr daughter,' .Art's.. Will Whltlepr.
! 1 HMU'j.sa-4 waNices. warn i,rtjidtuul*3 at toe
!liome anil also at iftr-giHive by Dr. W.
!P.:-Dteke.i, paster of lie, EfUitt l'resby- ;«l<*serv.e them In Wits county, .will he re
! —» (oelved by. a board oi Hirin', a bn nicer,
■kl'lif. the riiristinn Clmreh. She is kur-ia nieniulnt and a- fanner. llie^e
B wived b> (111lighter, Mr* Will imembers are: Mr S. ,G- IRmgML. of.'.. —'
Whitley ul Navidnd, and one son, ‘Jlr. I^dna! Whitmire,®! QinSpO, ;
Will Jemisim of Houston a' step-daugh- I aluC Mr. V-has, Braudes of the* Red l
;•"which lire to lx* lhade to farmey's who
; deserve them in Mils county, vwiil |
\>feill .leinison of Houston a' step-daugh- . , ,
Mrs. JohnJames* FimUran,\an^.|..VOmnnuuty, mid whose ^Iclress,
Uwcf* }tdoptt‘d sons, Mr. Lntftot* lludlGr ^'Lolita. fnmTi|ipllca1ioji Id auks fr«TV(?
I of Beaumont; and Mr. Lee Jones of
UoustofiT "TO the >hereaveil ones we ex-,
lend heartfelt sympathy. , . . .. t„.
| Mr. 0. J, Mailer and Janice' spent
..Sunday afternoon in Viotorla.
». Mr. Johnnie WUkSeon .was ariKiina
j visitor Saturday; ' '
Janice Miller spent Sunday night
| with Way-nf,Whitley,.
Choice Cuts of Meat!
In Addi'ii ^Uiys'llie hinder hold, - 1—
Braved gorge‘and hill and winter’s eolil *
And tired at night and sore of feet—
His ltd Wajr hard—this quest for meat.
’ The housewife now has hut to phune
—For beet or bacon or solip\ hone
-iEor, lard or liver,or. spare-Jffi>s sweet-
Phone the CITY MlyYT MARKET for
■all your meat.
Unify W'liit ley" spent w Sunday with
A. T. (ydor and family. T~
witl if (.'e-el fcCGti tfrrez.
Anne and Rosalie
THE CITY MEAT MARKET
Phone No. SB
MACK HUTCHESON, Proprietor,
Mrikiue, "Jessie; and Loiue DeBord
: spent Sunday afternoon with Lquise
nntf Bit IrT arut T.Ctllfi jewel. N'iekgl.
| Miss Lojni; Miller spent the week
Ynd, with her ,*/i rents, Mr.'and Mrs. C.
f - Mi1, find Mrs. Atolde Wflkersmrnnd
|family’ spent Sunday with Mr. and
|Mrs. IlazleWood of Ganado.
Mr. Admit -DeBord visited Edna Snt-
| Perfect Spellers...... ..
Ida Mae Miller
< 'ei i (is Guitlerrtry.
, Second Grade*:-
, - Wanda Kuopp
Fourth Grade: , .
. Florence Wi'lkersan.
been rcceivml by rhe .writer* and
lieen giveri" tci this committee. ■ All
thOsg.,^ft®. apply for a loan will please j
see'oiie of this committee arid got ■ an
application and fill it out. 'Our advise !
is to get the Application anil* look it;
over and see if you will qualify .-if you ;
then fill .it out. and if. will lied con- j
sldered by tite committee and if consldj
ered a gdfal loan it wifi be packed on j
to flic "state office.at DaTlasr and if it
S^CS l.y tli'.l i ,llu-, ■ ;t .-Iw.rl; will fie
SAL E S A ND S E B V I C El
DR. R. E. LEE
Special Attention to Dental Work
All of its Branches
JNO. T. VANCE
Office at Court House
TAYLOR & BAGBY
REAL ESTATE AND
ENGINEER & SURVEYOR
Office in Court House
Phone No. 191-W
T e x a n a
School and Community.
Westhofi Merc. Co.
Mr. aud Mrs. II. M, Lenderman werP
| visitors in the -Dainmau home of the
j Live . Oak'community'Sunday.
Krniiielli Hurt returned from Galves-
42 Years Old
]jong I^eat’Yellow' Pine
F. L. SAULS, D. C.
CHIKO PR A C TO R
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office: UXZ BUILDING
E. T. Rose
S. G. Sample
Rose & Sample
Office in Guaranty Abstract Building
EDNA"" ' T-:, .....TEXAS
Office: Traylor Building
Residence Phone 230
Office Phone 90
. . TEXAS
ton Friday where he spent several days
witli Floyd WiOianjsou.
Mr. tmd.Mrs. W. A. Quinn spent Sun:.
Lltey-wlth Air. and Mrs. 11. Quinn.
Jack Quinn visited the Evan
Quinn home Sunday.
Mr .a-nd'Ml^C A. E. Wilson1 and son.
Alvin, and grandchildren, Joyce ami
|)nn Xusli, the latter of Houston, speut
Sunday afternoon in'tlie II. it. Rogers
home. . ' ”
Alt’s.,Alfred Gyihyi'sch spent, the week
end' la Hie Frank Gnlnyseh home.
Mr. and Mrsr. It. G. Kelton and child-
ren. and Airs. E.‘ < 'arlotou of the
Ued Bluff;commmiity yisite4]The It. A.
•Kelton home Sunday. ,
Miss fiiei. I’hillip*. who is attending
the Victoria Junior College spent the
week end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. \Y. II. I’hlllips. ... ..... —
r.M'iVs'Aiiiile Kelton spent Wednesday
night 'with Miss Jtosa Lee Gnbryseli.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gabrysch gave
a forty-two p^rty Sunday night, honor-
ing their...son; Emery's 27th birthday.
A large crowd attended and a mid-
night, lunch was served. All report a
■nice time. ’We wish this young man
many litore^MPPy birthdays.
Mrs. Verna K. Harper, our county
school superintendent, visited our
school one djiy last week.
Third Grade: -
Elnora Hollas . ‘ •'■ ., ••
Fifth Grade: - - ' ■ 1
Alozelle Hurts. ' .V -
.Seventh Grade: "
THE EDNA BAKERY
Rye Brjcad. Fancy Cakes
arid Pies Baked, Evfry
Annie Kelton . . —...
Martha Cadwell ■
« m m jmitfWIWIPh ' ~' “
Joe Volkmer* Prop.
ts. • •
Dr. W E. Whitfield
FITYSItTAN AND StJRliBDN—
Office: UTZ BUILpESG
Residence Phone 239W......
Office Phone 203
- v Modern Eijuipment
YOUR -PATRONAGE APPRECIATED
-- First das
Belschner 8$ Gregory
Everything guaranteed first class
Only experienced YVorkmcn employed.
Hot and Cold Baths.
J. W. Brickel
Suits attd Dresses
Auto Hearse .
Agent lor vTomb Stones
PiUN A. TEAaS’,
W. M. Garrett, M. D.
Office over Faircs Drug Co.
FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING
m the mittk, within 24 hours from the i
time it is received,■ at least that is,the,
promise of’the •©sites office.
There will be some deserving; cases
•that wilt, not be able to qualify, lint wt-f
hope they will be few. Therw'will be a i
great many Who can quaitfl ami ja’liom j.
it will help. T
||. is; .hoped tlml. Ui: may in- made 1
clear on fids matter. 'It is, not :i
money-lending scheme. It is simply a
method; of offerlUg.Ju.'lp. ,to some who]
can not get it otherwise. It is hoped
that it will serve this purpose pud it]
it is also luiped Unit none will try to
take- advantage, of this to get money!
, TW&t^is riot really needed, it will ho a-i
loss MF-finie -for all (Simerioid. This j
hoard is serving without pay and we
hope that no more work will he, -put ]
on them than is necessary. VAnd, Hoo, I
we are just as sincere in hoping that
every worthy cause in the coftnty Will
Our advice is for you to get your ap-
plication in as .soon as possible, or at
least get in tohch with the, cpniioittee
ifild hiive the terms explained and then |
you can figure up just how much you-t
want to apply for. -
The Cucumber seed arc here and
may he had at the Nowlin Hardware
Go. in kdnm We are lroping that nil (.■
wlm Expect to plant w ill get the seed
ns soon • us1 possible'. The fertilizer
should have, been put- out before tie:
rain, ImCli it were not. pnssihhy to get
it Hut, it should he pili out as soph as
possible. TMeu, the seed should be
planted in a couple qf days after Hie
fertilizer is, out. Gautioip slioulit. !«■
taken,•' however, not to place the seed
too near the fertilizer. Also; when the
fertilizer is put out It should he well
stirred in the soil. That, Will make
the chances, less of injurfhg > thfi seed
hy the action of the ferlilizer. After
the fertilizer has )>eeu distributed in
Hie, row a plow of some kind should
he.rijn in the furrow so as to stir it
Well with the soil. This is very impor-
tant where the seed are to be planned
4t is JioiK'd that all the seed will
be fAiudod fhi«;-venck; nr at'Imtwf ,
soon as the laud; lib.dry enough to lie
Some of the tomatjoes wejit to t lie
Held last week, and sonip- were some-
whatworried for fear they would me.
stand the frOst hut. we believe that nor
tunny of them were frozen enough to
kill them.’ ■,
We llope that as soon as it is dry
emmgh and warm enough the remaind-
er iif the crop will be put in the field.
■j . s.” ‘Turkeys.
■ The turlicy crop is 'geniug to he one
of the big crops of Jackson GoUnty.
and it is our opinion, based on the fttoj
that.' so many more hens Were kept1
for breeding purposes, that the crop
will he much larger than ever before.
WHAT you HAVE in thffuture de-^
pencil upon.,what you SAVE7in the.pyegi
. etft. Tliure’? no esraping that' ru-le.
Fortunately, it is. both easy and pleasant
to save, once you start. It becomes.^,
game. . ; '
— Watching a bank account grow is like
watching a ’garden grow, only much
laCKson Co. State Bank
THE UEI’ENIiABLE' BANK"
Inez Lutheran Items.
Regular midweek I.enteri sorvice.s
have been lield in the i'Jiiion Church at
‘Inez wit h, good attendances. Begin-
ninja ‘WIHt It his weak the following
schedule cif activities will take placer
during March fir Inez
Church. All are most cordially invtt-
i:d to Tittenil:
Sunday, Miircli 6th at 9:00 A,. M-
fzudeii Set’vice; -
M. L COBB
Office at Court House
EDNA ■ TEXAS*
Friday, .March lltli, at\7 :30 P.f MV—
Luther League. •• )( V;
Saturday, March 12th, 1:30 1’. M.—
Suriduy, March T3th, 9:00-A. M.—
ChurcU .School. 10 A. M. Church itbrf-
ice. *- =■
Tiiesdiifj’, .March Jatli, 7:45 I’YM. -
Lenteu Service. _ -e .
Tmunribiy, Munch- 24th, 7:4^ P/H^
.Holy Week Service., 1
Friday, March 25th, 10:00. A. m.—
Good’ Friday Service. . . . „
1—Katu.rday. March 20th, ,1750 F. M.
SUNDAY, March 27th—
0 :()<) A. M.- ___
y 00 M. Sunday School.
10:00 A. M.—Easter Service.
7: 00 I’. M.—(Trfldren’s Easter
“O Come, Iwt us Worship the Lord”
At the midweek services Rev, AH',
Vorkoper is preachitig on the main.,
teachings' of the • Christian Chureli'
They follow the llioni’lif
ANDERSON HOME LAUNDRY
Is an Edita institution for Edna peo-
ple. Equipped with electrie ’machines
operated by experienced workers. All
work flr.st-clnss. Clothes called fot
and delivered. Phone 234.
H. O. ANDERSON.
out the fact
sermon '■ which brought _____ ____ ____
'that man is continually seeking to find
,rest of siml. Christianity can satisfy
that quest for Jifo.
.g.— - • —• „ '' ’
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One f iling that we wduld call, tire at-
growers of Ja
.teiitlrin of the ttirkey growers of Jaek-
foirCOunfY'ro at.tuts time, and that is
hut the market is now-demanding u
fat J plump, medium size t.urkey.o Up
until last yc^ir. they seeiaatl. lo^want
. 93 3-4 [them big; tip’ .logger, tlie: better. _ Bui
nor so now! The. families are" not so
large as--4Sfcy used ld'Oe -years -ago,
find the Mg turkey "costs loo mjLdi.cas.lh
ConsoquenHy. they demand-them small-
er and f niter. They \vunt quality, 11
Is our prediction ‘itiul that alone, that
the larger birds will he diserilnimited
igriinkt and v\-ilvl he penalized hef-'iiusC
they wilt nor tie watbed.
'l'h,■i'1.’ I ftPothej/thing that should
he brougffit to
attention of the tur-
key growers at fids Tdine am} that is
that TFRKEYH SHOULD BE KEPT
ENTIRELY AWAY FROM CHIC
kens4 or away From ground
Nowlin Hdw. Co.
1IAK0WARF, iMPLEMENIS AN0
Edna, T c x a s
A B STR A G TS!
Our system is Modern and Reliable., Our
charges reaonable. Work promptly
done under supervision of Lawyers with
years of experience in Title Work. Your
Abstract work olicited and will be appre-
Guaranty Abstract Co.
ROSE & SAMPLE, Managers
We Duy cream Wednesdays and Saturdays,
ami eggs all the time. Look over our
SPECIALS O N SATURDAY
Come In And See Us.
1 iw ■’M.i-wr.
P. O. Uses Many Fords.
... ( ’ .......j
The. United Stall'd Post Office De-
partment today placed an order
TjffiralUfr ?• M- ^RECHICKENS IIAViVtHIEN^1^^ni>' Washington Branch of the
IIUVNIVG ThlfTTs the -pwase- ^f-Furtl <2«>iaBaM ,,f«»r ?^!l
SlSk'HEAD nud,SaC‘ t-ek clm,sK: .700 wTTtnT
introdueed ,i.,tu the flock, there is no „m „ „,r,,p
,.,*e for.it, so }ar as we havo been ah e 4^*00"pounds.—Phc clu.ss,,
to find, as;yet So, PR1C\ ENTluN Is » ‘ (.m,.
the measure" off coirtroy
A good means ofjteqplng flu: young
turkeys from,; getting infested with the
Igejpri is to build a . small pen,- about
•twri1 or. three feet -by fdftr or six feet,
of net wire, add cover one end of if.
Put it -eft the, ground about. .six iuches'.
Put the' old -hffllS- and poults in tills
■ ggn.,. Tffe >,poHltn--will get .dpt. and get
oxereisefelid. ciitl’Ji hugs, ufter-Hiey -are
old enough, aiid water and feed may lie
placed outside, for the poults Water
Sunrise Easter Service alld f,^l limy h(* placed in Hie pen 1W
tlie hen, Then the small cqop qr pen
may lie moved eveVy day or two to new,
ground a foiv feet. away. 'This may be
placed in tlie field or pasture, as you
wish. This method-is inexpensive ami
very, practical. It is surely worthtry-
itig on a' inerts-of file flock. ChcAgY|ujs
print 'YftHl-dt- prir-t raised'the old way
and soe .fyr yourself'-wliieh is Hie lxkt-
Makes You Lose - —
Mrs. Eihel ’Hmith Norwich, Couri.,
jxjiimfcL.."t lost g.tli-lCs".vvit.h my, first
»oa<Lia.rryijiK,«i|rft.-lty of l.sfHT isflllinSfa^l;1' i(‘ "io'sl."^ duys,"^'11
arid 1,500 with, a gross load ciirryin^
All those wlio want Unmitft- ptajils
should see or "get In torieli vv}tli Mr. F.
H. Woodland and they will be ordered
tiiTs week. TT is our uudwatandlng
are to lie delivered to the 4*ei»l (iflu-’C
garages ill 9.3 of I lie largo cities De-
liveries will he in tde as bodies to he
contracted for are completed. ,
This is believed to he (lie largest
utiniher of motor trucks purchased by a
Governmeii) • Department.- in a single
order since tlie witr. exceeding by" 500
the (srcler placed with the same com-
pany last June for similar clia-ssis.
Post Office.over' the pirirt^fet* years now
total close,to o.Ood trucks.
• Th<‘ iri.sr titfirp .ranks ntaqng fhl>
teaHiiig;,-4rll('k fleet oisiriltors 111 the
world,-i. *tw-ujng ami operating about
jo,000 drucks di.-Jriffuted among tiu.'J^
various postofliisss in every state ill tile
i ilion. Approxiiuatcly ttil.iH.mjHH* Will
l«; spent by the dejiai;t in.*iit for (lie new
chassis and -ixidies, arid, it ix estimated
that twmJKHi labor hoiirs wiH he reipitK
“ ’ semlify
I loadHiei opt anything (rat Krqcciien
..Is'eririse yp»-fil^st rodhee safely.
rsi ■ iii—llio iMiRiiil'iietimc.aricI- fisdsemh
of t hose t rucks.
Tin1 order1 was placed with the Ford
Motor- -CoiripiUi.oH'ollowitig a series}, of
performanei' tesis cojndmtfed by the
Bureau of Bttndards In Collaliiiratlon
t incut. ;
Treat your poultry with I?. A. €apf tllut they ..will he Rolivxued. is^ as many
sides for worms-and lie sure of results.
For sale at the CITY PHARMACY.
Guy Maddox, ft former, wcH knowii
Edna resident," but now of—llftustorfr
was here for several days last week,
as fifteen thousand are wanted,
this at once,
dd- ■ ■ -c~ rr::-s)—-
; ‘ YVffen you think Of
with Hie Post Ofiido Tieparl
— -— -v---k
candy—oh boy! day.
Zaires Drug (O^tliat’s the place.
__________ . _________ ________ _____ H.-_ Bism • \VKIillritffdfi <if Morales
iningliiig with f^euds'-aiifi' nttejidirig to’ been Sfervirig illstrlct couri us a .petit
juror this week.
Frank and Le1 ■ SlaugUtOr. of Urn
I/olita section were looking..offer zrisTr
liiess matters in tlie county sent Frl-
Tlie.v -made the Herald officii a
pleasant business call white 'here, the
has former Icjtying Hie wherewithal with uri
far the Herald another year, for which
he bus our tlianks. '
' N-7,,~.V'' ■ - .....„X~
to sleep days, hut
sinciv 1 nlu Inking Krusdien I
steep ;.ioiily...eat RS u.-mil mid lose fat,
To, take (iff fat—lake one half tea-
spaoufitl (,f Knisclu^y Salts in a glass
of hot; in the morning before breakfast
-rale bottle Hint lasts''four weeks cojps
luit (i few (•cats—get it at Pttireg DrUg
fompaify or any drug store in Ameri-
ca.- If this first-hoilie fails to -i-onvince
you tlds is the SAFE and harmless way
R71o.sc fat ,cvour,tnone.v ghldly return-
Unit is outstanding is the
GOLDEN KULfi PLAN in BREEDING
B. P. Kochs, W. Leghomg &'R. I. Reds
Halt wirt- ,,.,,1 V'mke "tt idfftrtrnpTesS'"
oinclally certified each yeinx
Texas bfood-teift flock ahd
WORLD'S RECORD LAYERS
Write for'our catalogue ami prices on
baby chicks, hiitwhljigjeggytr'pulJets and
cockerels. . , '
GOLDEN RULE POULTRY FARM,
: Jtopte No. 3 " - Box 124E
’ . BRYAN, TEXAS s
Mr. find Mrs. Maximilien Choquct
.ml daughter, .via. reside on Route 1,
m, were Edna business visitors Fri-
end while fin town dropped In ut
office to' lifive 'us pTaee tlioir name
on' our subscription list. -
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Staples, H. K. Edna Weekly Herald. (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 10, 1932, newspaper, March 10, 1932; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth761906/m1/2/: accessed July 10, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Jackson County Memorial Library.