The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 21, Ed. 1, Friday, January 13, 1933 Page: 1 of 4
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& fc f SARTLETT TEXAS FRIDAY. JANUAC&33
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bandits manicured and
fthe best clothes scon in
In a lonfc time." held ud
K$V Wlggly store there
l&y night and escaped with
were the best dressed of
In I've seen in Taylor in a
i6 ' Miss Eleahor Wilson.
r of XL' K. Wilson man-
tho store said. ...
Wilson had como to tlie
oiit 8 p. m. to take her
om&jTwo men walked by
slipt "was standing in the
r OK-(he sto!fe talking to
!of 4 .a)) sudden we heard
U 111 U1C UctUA. Ol U1U SlUlti
'.verybocly put up their
Isaw tvo men with pistols
1-theHvfo clerks toward the
Ilicy made my father and
me in iirom the doorway.
Bicy made the clerks lie on
bll out the money' one of
ma my iatnor.
li he had given them all
i in the box he took from
s" arid came :to a pile of
"fcvy 'father asked the ban-
ne "Was going to take the
1st giite. Us- tliat $20 bill in
I'itiiT' i bx- !J
. U1U UtUlUll QiUU.
rRHMfitt his f mger at a bill
fed b'eegPUt in the .pile of
E f inger Was trembling: ' He
list naa ar manicure uuu me
panares made rar. wnson
He money m a paper pag
they ran -to a car where a
man .Wf.aitea at uie wiieei.
drdve'to.wai-d Austin j-1.
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ENTERTAINS "42" CLUB
Hie m.erivborS of the Friday
eriing Social niel in the home
IMrs. Bud .Whitlow Friday
Mid. coffee Were served
Iky were: Mrs. Be:
ligh; Mrs. Alvin Fred-
id Mrs. Lepn Shultz
resent were: Mrs. Buck
?rs. Albert uerrenKa
Jorsey Mrs. Hugo. Jacj
s. Leon fehultz and
Icielia and Betty Woytek.
ard of Thanks !
ish to thank our friends
ihbors for tlieir kindness1
Ipathy during the illness)
Ith of our loved one arid
(the beautiful floral offer-1
Jam Mason and MOtner;
PMason and Family N.- A.
rson jr.. ana uamuy xvirs. j-ij-
MtiSoh"find Family and R. A.
ftfiori' and a amily.
PT?.ifnfnlf in ihi Central Texd
KHiou Wflll be beneficial to thtf
prop larmers say
iTIME FOR EVERYTH
Tile disciolos had manv WdWieH.
ThSj? wanted to gel it clear laa to
their relative positions. In the'geW;
Jftftgdom; they were coticprntfdj
becdUso outsiders not prdjicrKp
initiated" into the organiztoionjj
were51 claiming to be folloWi ;if 'pi
Jesus and doing miracles wfihiE
name. Jiney ireueci occausc mere;
-WaJso mUch Work to be dor e.'aSl
thodays too short for doirtgS 3
BlJt Jesus towered magrtiicertt
lyabpVe it all. Vlioi-ever heTvypii
the (children flocked. PAmpVh
circlimstances mean notliing-'Jw
theJ. Their instinct cutd through
all Imtward semblance .with 'id-
keel swift edget So they swarmed
aro Jnd tugging at his garmehls
climbing on his knees begging -to
iheat more.of his stories.
! at' was all highly improper and
wn.ts&'fiil in the discinles' eves.
But Jesus would have aione o$ it.
("iiuuer.little children to como. un
to i.rne!" he commanded. And ho
added one of those sayings which
sholld'make so clear the message
of hjs.-.gbspel. "They are the very
ven i hesaid "unless you become
like them you shall in no wise" en-
ter inEike them . . like little
children. ". laughing V . iqyous
. . .unaffected . . ttusting im-
plicitlyA';.. with time to be kind.
To be sure Jesus was not al-
ways" -in the crowd. .He hrid-his
king hours of -.withdiawaV ive)
refilled the" deep reservoirs of his
strength and I0V9. Tbward the
endtye was more preoccupied. He.
l;neV- months in advatice that it
lietjin'ade another jouniey to Jeru
salem ins laic wouia; .oe. seaiea;
5et he' never wavered. i& his de-
cision tp make that 'Journey
Starting out P'n it his" mind filled
tyith the .approaching conflict his
sijbulders burdened . with the
Whole world's need he heard his
name called out frpm the road
side in shrill unfamiliat tones.
-anoffietrqwgg: -Jcsua jesus v.xnouisonw o
n&t n iicnii rifHonnrntinhsa 'nana J t nave jnerciyonameffii!K 1
AVVjUUbM ..--. 1 fe- j a' . j 'retWwwiKKTVUiilBia U
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Jl- UUhU 3f?S'
3P ?Usi s stopped
rj "W -o called my tacf
blind jieggar . ..;. f vyorthless fel-
lovvJvt Bartimae'usYj ; ..nobody
at 'all?! .We'll tenS-'to-'him" said
the-dilci'plVs. . 4' "
"Bring im here.'7' ' : " -" '
: Tremblihg With hprte-. he- was-
.JTrvyti J--- J . rrn.. J ..5t.
.gUlueu iofwuiu. Jim; ueqj iiuii
eyes ft the Master ooi;ed into
those sightless eyes. ' The mind
which hnLebeon buried in the
greatest 'iprobloB- with whicjj aH
mih; evfewretwd gave itselt
unrest rvedlyjtoj. the problem of
oneifoi'lonhunwn'llfe. Here was
need; "arid HE Kid time. ... The
man v as healedl
- Report of Condition jlif 5fic
rjaflki in tlie State of Texas aBhlose bf bysi
. We jlake eggsf initicade arid. pay
highest jmar)FoprfcSs - I. Gold-
jiartieit ucasrf 'jg - y:
I RayjWatspeg SaturdfeinlF1
Tayloil ' ' f q&tP'
ijiiffc .States Government secupilies owjib(
Hie bands stocks arid-securHies owned".
riiniiiuiuuujvii ja ua i v r t . w . -
Ltl'iiiMfo rvonif1 nlhov'tlinn bankincr h'buscl
bsrve with Federal Ileserye Banle..i.
li 'on1 rlti. frnrV lnnlrc . T
MWfSchecks.and other cash items .....b.
ion'fund with.U. S. Treasurer and c
surer .... .;.'
;ss on IDcij'Sii'
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.T. . a2000.00
'.... ir.''r- 8s.firti.ni.
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Wai stoeK paia in
rpJUs ."v -" '!'-
divided profits net f--v
Ipulatint? notes outstanding u...
L L (. ... I- . tu1i..1.rfini.nllfii.J n.3 M Mel t nun li.fW.fl
K" 10 l-.:uiix juumuiUH vwiniii;u uuv4 i-uamvia iiii;vii-;
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Ihnjdeposits iifMuti-) --' '1"Jb
pAtSto.' County df jRSnwa '.?9
1 tNlHPf' of the ' lwp.iijmed bnijkciojgl
m.- -kliMmaBBIr aa vfa Jit . JfflSar. ary "
lo 1 he Itibi
'" ";-i$ M '''.
In spite of the recent fire miwbpl
Tribune printing plant wa&Adly
aged we are prepared tofrMJfr first-
. i w : ia.-' t i-i-i JlfSbu .1."
through the-courtesy qf t
lishing. Company of Tern
Please telephone the Cla
and ask for either Mi
appreciate an opportuni
DR. D. R. WALL1S RECTAL
SPECIALIST COMING TO
Dr. Wallis' specializes in the
.treatment of hemorrhoids (piles)
and other rectal diseases without
use of the knife .or detention
jrom business. He will he.at the
Clark St. Hotel Wednesdays from
1 to 4 p. m whore he will give
free examinalidris and consulta-
tions. JDr. Wallis has had twenty
years experience and can furnish
letters and references from many
grateful patients in Taylor Rockr
dale Granger and 'surrounding
towns. The notice for liis opening.
date appeal's elsewhere in . this
PUBLISHER ENTERS RACE
TO SUCCEED JOHN GARNER
r-fc -'-.' (-1-..!. r--:i(w?
irstDarsOnffic w If. .fliifa
'.tx .ji - r.i rn-ii.-. - --cr.
ffcm.j.. fci'-WTWr "?iK iiT'
Aj-arneryniiiongressr me j.oi.
met Democratic Executive Com-
mittee has announced.
Cohb also was one of the first
to announce his candidacy" to suc-
ceed Garner opening his cam-
paign Dec. 10
Three others whose candidacy
has been frequently mentioned
-announced today their withdraw?
als. They arc H. P. Hornby
Uvalde newspaper publisher;.
Polk Hornaday of;Harlingen and
S Lamar Gill former County
Judge of Willacy County.
Hornby a close personal friend
of the" vice-president-elect is
credited with first advocating the-
candidacy of Garnerfor President
and with starting the first Garner
for President Club. Jle never for-
mally announced his- caftdidacy-
which had been' urged'by iriends
Hornaday is a formervStale rep-v
resentative frorh C.arfieron Coun-
iillVIBlIN TRAIN ACCIDENT
tmmi - -
GKaHesjRed' Sbm'mers about
20f6Hand lost his right leg
from the knee down Wednesday
at 1 p.- m. in a raihoad abcident.
hear Little River. . ' ' -f .
He was rushed to a Temple hos-
pital for. treatment. Tlie leg;was
mashed and it was necessary to
amputate it below the knee.
Sommers is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. C.. E. Sommers of Holland.
He w'as reported to 'have been
biding-On a Katj' freight ..train
.vuiuu uiu ui;uiueni occurrea asne
was getting ' off. suih": 'of : Little
River ' .;. ' ''- '-."
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STOCICHOlLpERS MEET s
The stockhdlders of Hie First
National- and Bartlett National
Banks met Tuesday to elect of-
ficers and transact any business
R. Japke and R B Ramseyj vice-
presidents; E. T. -Jones cashier;
E. Lawhon E. E. Linaemann .and
I.Jurecka assistant cashiers; and
W W. Walton H.:B. ;Ramsey W
K. Jarike.K. T Jones.-J; a4VVhite
and H. L. Zschieschedn-ectors.
P; T. A; PROGRAM
. The following program will be
givfcn at the Grammar School
Jah. 17: - .
' Devotional Rev Sam Hill. -
High SchoohProgram.. ..
l.-l "- - tA ...
.. value is-Eoucations
Voca Solo Miss Mary rJIatch--!
"The Metric System of Weights'
and Measures." . " "t
'- Mrs.' R.N. Sexton.
Business. "' '
4. f 1- ' ' ' ' - '-
'Card.orThaiiUs ' '
"?: ;; .. r " 'a'-
We wish" to' thank bur irjerids
for their many deeds of kindness
1 .'1 r .. r l . I. ' 1....
anu wqrus pi toimori rjpuivuu uui
ing the illness and death of 0
deai" husband and father Mr
E. Laughlin. For the benu.
songs sung and prayers ofA
ior the beautiiul llowera nVHis
pecially do we thank Dr.. Harjan.
May wo all meet in the Sweet
Boypnd. Mrs W. E. Laughlin
Mrs. A. K. Wheeler Mr. Scott
Laughlin Mr. Charlie Xaughlin
ille Griffith Mr. Henry
Mr Thomas Laughlin.
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.mm i !i"n . v ..
V. lJ. OlUK
We wish to extend our sincere ning. Tlie t
AUiunlcs and appi;ec)t;on to our
friends wlw wete so' kind and
itghtitil dux-ing the illness and
h 01 ottridarlh) baby unvlmra
ky tiod blPas tf'ach and ovuvy Wsltej
elected Mrs. Mary A Bartlett
president; J. T. Japksqh.- chair-
man of-.the board; J.-M. Allen
vice-president; W E Cox active
vice-president; P M.. cox cash-
ier; Mrs Mary A. Bartlett' J W
Jacfeon J.-M. Allen" WVE. Cox
P. M. Cox "F. F? Downs-J. K
Knight John Lawrence- and R-.
W-'; Miller; directors. ' ;
Botli banks gave.out statements
saying they had successful -years..
!The Bartlett National declare'd .a
dividend of G per -cept. The Firstl
Natio"nar stated .that all eai'nitigs
were being uScid-to strengthen the
bank. ' .. '' ' i-rV! :'
T . ' '.' NOTICES . "';:
; To Creditors of the Estate of
. T. B. Benson. Deceased
Notice is hereby" given ''that 1
Original letters pf administration
Upon tbo Estate of T. BjBenson
deceased were granted to me the'
undersigned on" the 30th day of
December 1932 by tlie Coynty
CourtofBell County ."11 persons
having claims" against 'ald '.estate
"are hereby required to present
the .same to me within the time"
prescribed by law. My residence
''and post off icfc address is Bartlett
County of Bell State of TeaS
.' ' "LILLIAN B. BENSON
- ' Admihfstfatlx of Estate cf
THRALL BEATS BARTLliTT -
Thrall left Bartlett -the shiall
end of a 28-to-25 score on the4o-
cal court Tuesday evening. At ope
time the score was 14 to.1 in fa
vor of Thrall but n rally by Bartr
lott brought the score to a tlt
15 hut Bartlett was unabl-- tphfild
the gain which had bee;i rrtnde.
Miss Dorothy. Stokes and Mrjs
Ed Bruno entertained the Faculty
Clup with a buffet dinner at the
liomi' Friday even
laid m a Jace
with a bowl
ial guests weve
L Stokes Mr.
Waeker Mvs. R.
ists Helen Stokes
Bruno and Dr.
At the Churches
First Baptist Church
" (W. R Underwood Pastor)
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. ""
Morning Services 11 o'clock.
Evening Services 7:30 o'clock.
Br.TvS. meets on Sunday at 6;30
Wednesday prayer service fat 7:3'
- P. hi.
V .-First Methodist Church
:: (James M. Bond' Pastor)
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.
Preabhirig Services at 10:50 n
and 7u5 'p. jit.
At the morhinc hour tho
ficers of the Woman's Missioi;
Society will be installed.
jcoung regpic and uitermediates
rheet at 6;15 p. m -faMr';
juniors meet at 0:40 p. m.A
1 - ' v - fi.if.nm.
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First Fi'esbvtcnan Church ui
(Sam B Hill Pasr)jIHJ
bunday JSchool 9;45 a. iiWrajO
Morning Worship II" o'6im!&
Evening Worship. 7:15 d!cl6cicf
Mi-w'eek prayer sOrcew
nesdav. na.n. m. hbbbw.-.
. " ' " .' '
CLUB MET ON THURSDAY
r 4 . . . -WB&
xne ocnwer.tner -wpmeyjemon
stration club met apSm.)JJan.l
5 at the school audifiWutnm After
the business meetirMwasltraiis-.
acted it whs turnecJfbveSta Miss.-
stration agent. Beautifying the
yards was discusslMts -Bill"
Mate jowskymadeMuggesf ions of
yard ifaprovemenOv given
at the council meetiriCTGeorge-
MrS MatejoWSkjSaiAve -were
our yards and ijfbeJxQtUrncd sxt-
tle meeting" Fep.lWIwili meet
in the home of is;Ioiye Bartlett
Jan 19 for sorfalaH&demohstra'-
tion of Boston bVojln bread by
We were glad' to '-welcome two
new members" Mesdames Leon
Roberts and John? Schwertner.
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AID IN REVIVAL HERE
Dr. W. W.-Chancellor of Min-
Ferar.WlIsj Texas has been se
cured to deliver. a series ot ser-
mons for a twb-weelc$ . revival
The' Bartlett .National BAnkt"6ei&B?tl?;t lencing
Sunday: March 12 it was an
nounced bjr Rev..'W..R'. UndtSicM
wood. this week.- ..'-?; ' .;
- Dr. Chancellor 1st well known'
over the state for his' evangelistic
.work 'and the local minister con-
siders tlie people of: Bartlett very
fortunate in having the opportun-
ity to hear him. "
pefinite plans have npt be.en
made for the SQng services but
the Tribune -understands that spe
rs visited a number of
homes near Bartlett last
ouscs of Bet?. Jaiiki-. Wat.
chel and Ed KsnUse' were '
dresser drawei-s nulled
nd things generally upset
en ot money
amounts of" cash -.worn
frdm each residence- -tlie
same night the Bartlett
JoW)od. Entrance was effected by
hjSiKing open a window in the
ugi ui uiu oyuaing nna opening
ithp office door with a pass kevk
ffne School-.safe was opened and
crfsh amounting to $7 taken.
PThe officer of the .Wilson Gin
was entered and a number of
tools reported missing; among
them being a chisel and hammer;
which officers think were used in
opening the school safe
LARGE NUMBER ATTENDED
W. E. LAUGHLIN FUNERAL
Tlie following friends and Tel-.
atives from out of town attended
tho .funeral of W. Ei-Laughlih;
Mr. and Mrs J. H. ColIier'fMr.
and Mrs. W. C. Collier Mrs'. 3. H.
Preskr Mr. and-' MrsV Tilman
NoWlin Mrs. Armstrong. Mr. and
Mrs. Jack' Hunt' of Florence Mr
and Mrs. it R. Collier Mr T. G.
Leggett of Jonali - Mr. an'd Mis".'"'
Weddell of Taylor Mr. and Mrs.
Wilber Frederick" of vTaylor Mr.
and Mrs. J. Allison.TVliss Lillian
Allison Mrs Johnson; Mrs. G.W.
Dubose Mrs W. G. Sandefford of
Little JRiver. ".
Mn.nnd Mrs; A. B." Smith.Mr.
and Mrs GornelehS' ."Lamh Mr.
and'Mi-s: R. F. Holbert. "Minima
Mrs. Charles Vaikzahdt. Mrs.
Frahlc . Wilcox Miss' Elizabeth
Wilcox Mrs. Bethel Rogers. Miss
Done Rogers Mrs. N. O Parmele
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cocke Mrs.
Guy Hanes Dr. C. S. Foster .Bor-
nie Rogers Marcus Kennedy of
J iB' nH
Mr- and Mrs. Lonhie -Chasteen
andJittle sdhj;MrsV J Xi. Wcbester
6f -Glebunie." - ' '';;' -'-" . -
Mr.Carrol Server and da'uehtar'
-and-Mr; arid Mrs".-Paul Vitwai' &V:
Davilla.. - V ;-: 'c' -7:
- Mi and Mrs 'Burke and baby
of Cameron-.-..- i- ii ";.
Mrr-.iindTMrs.-H. M. Laughlht -'
and childreri of '-A'marillo.-" '
Mr and Mrs7'T. E-Laugplm of -
gmk. .:;.-.. -'.' - y' '
Mr. and .Mrs. Scott LaUghlin
and children of Tayloi
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lmighlm
and children of Flofence.
Mrs. LucillO- Griffith
Lou of Granger.
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hMocasiom . WBg tJmtfSSSSm $Mij&ti
stM?eSammmSviMi'tmmoWB5mQ 3 was in '
iharl&timyciyK attending to
Report 01 Ctjitijitipn df the
-First National Bank
ofBartlplHnthe State of Texasat theicloSe of business. 6n Dec; SJstj -
"-.I fv?v;'v-"' -' - '" ' reoMgesv..
Loans; iaupV3c6tints' ..v.
United Slates Government sec uitilBiownec
Other-bonds s'tocks and secur tjesltwl:
liSj difU jUVUl yUWVYtUJ
Banking house $20000; Fyniiuydfik
ReaVestate' owned othor-than 1 imUuWhou!
Besorve with Federal Beserve
Cash and duoXfrom banks
RedemptignfyrfcftVith U.S. Ti
. ' 1- 98.21
M.fSfi:soo 20.500 m
r ' -'-'- lu.jh.-i.a
of rod be:
Capital stocik. paid in ..:
Undivided brofits net
Cirdlilafing nolVs -outstanding
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Arndt, E. R. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 21, Ed. 1, Friday, January 13, 1933, newspaper, January 13, 1933; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth76273/m1/1/: accessed November 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.