Edna Weekly Herald. (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1936 Page: 1 of 6
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v,'‘- N”' H!>.' NV' 12 Edna> Jackson County, Texas, Thursday, May gStli. M>:;i;
Texas Flooded. ^Graduating Eiercises. Mrs. N. P. Mauritz/ New Oil Well Location.
H. K, Staples, Editor and. Proprietor'
of 1 In* u m
n| when word came from Austin tin Steinbcrgcr 1'ctrolcuni Corporatioh olj
Ali*s. N, P. Muuntsi of Uituailo, duo lloustim Large Acreuge in [
Jiwksou County's most highly, esteem-1 the lltirseshue ljke Section.
The first number on the nrmtrum T 8 ",
,1 ernrlm. t ine eUTUlSeS Jih ■“', —' '' ‘, fill's, llfid PUSacd; .it WJ1X.
'*ses or the Edna (lid not .euiue us ifTtilVtirKc to the iuv-
•haecaluui eate ed ones at iter bedside) |\t eondition |.. d Steinbergei ivtroleuiu Corporm^/
ru in la 11 was liemj, and iin h'.-^wMch *wa • i^n ",""""“""'al1, '""‘s at tier bedside, .............. ... •
many si riwins were swollen to record ,„ .i,,. «,„,h ,c1 Uuudaj nlghf'TJmt. heel/ critical for semsil days: **?“ 1,1 lias closed a coi-tni
height. 1 weatiler I'oinTtffnm> r; Ulcli- Aliliortnul I'l'eviotis to her death Hut tTicre is•d"H'HeO tjuit for|«iration, and
HalJettsWIlo tel almost 1" niches 'itom aItcmliuit and »‘ it inls in. adequate pfepimuion that Tan be j^1' 1 " usliel for a large block of
-.™“1 -I "• I-....... I-- errXT-ruwrtttS^S^**r*Ri-*......
and Victunn cm an.mi tliut'iniicb and niesenV iw thZT Ih?"* mm“"' to be'.sadness. Death came quietly after i"Ja ,wlU b'"1 J filling u well.
from Edna no, tb, lau bo"l on*eiem But In i to, TT* , ""..... of *">* weeks.' . |™« l.« ' m 10UU fee, southwest
11 tlood, l.otli ttie„.\a V'idad and I i-rtlie service m,,L i'a"eUi m» j J be funeral service was held at the **wu Hu south end of llorse-boe Take,
-v-tt-etr—rt’Vfrs—formt—tttt nvj iv—rrr<T—tTw»uT^THTTris”^^—-—-■•*■-—I'iLL j.:li i-llut-tuiuithiu'-nu—t-Uu-puti VV-uhluesitlfty ^UU •
iiallet ,s\ me and Z- ^ a^mr tnat V mi> rnploiram Ci h'!'/' 'V" 1,"-r A. M. Immediately after ,1,V.|^«*!;' "-.Hl.ig full hegiu a, soon as!
(•'•Hon go, has ea used il.es.. a reams I i-nis program, was lmbl.dieii" ;v'IWr!' lh!' fbuuns were brought to J ' ;“J ,l" eJl,' ' K*''1 _ f‘os. wdl
and ine now iijMuir tn.ii estjjjj. prograln
k". has i a used these streams j i'ilis
to reach an all time nigh water mark 'lust issue.
Tic 11 a.ne111111te 'is i Inin..
their riimiall as ii.n.m,;
I la: Ilea in .| i am on reeoi .1 ,, a - re
reived in .this sei fan, me lust four
difjs. it started ruining Tiiday .none
ilig and didu.ot slop till Monday noon
At t Ins u i o mg
Uev. f. i.
looks a» UiUU£ll it
“1“.' r|, ;" op. ...... than 11 inehes of
ruin fell in less than lour days. Mr.
t' li. Meinardu '. local weather tuan
reports: Priday, l.lo, .Saturday 5.25;
Sunday, Monday .'til, total ||
A'li Ihe-emrtec yrwre rrp I In' iatvacA
mer I. ached the. highest level m
D'ais | tie \a, idad Mocked the
.Sehiih nhiirg hjghwu, Sunday, rising
* f" ; ahove- the bridge Tile city was
, w ilhiMil i.tlir‘'ad -■ t. e e .in. ,*—f1*rlday
I"', a usee 1 „ [ hi' weakened hndge over
the Mustang t reek.
^ i-diya Kaiitfail.
11'; 1 aln.i tie 1 11 iatall w a ■, lira vI, hut
ii"t.Tr\rc< .ad ^redket t he ruin stun
ml i a fling I 11 day* night when. .JS of
"" s fell fuilurdn'C uftei'iiooii
noiu a Unit li |>. M. till dark 1.(10 fell
'ihe lug rain eaiue Saturday night
When d.g'O fell Almost an iucli fell
Sunday und Sunday night we got 1.20.
Tile total from Triduy till Monday
lu'UUliig amount,,J to .s mchrs.
Thla is a lot of-water, and did u gfeat
dwit of damage to'erdps, hut iiadf-there
not been a ctouburM ahme us in about
the llallettsvlle M'l tgou the. ImviH'a
and 'Nuvidad HiVers would not
done so much damage fo crops, high
way bridges »ud railroads.
by Uev. f. i. Kelly, pastor of' the lid,,a
1'iosbyiamuu Church, was
one and Very appropriate tin uu.
easloil. The sail,uu points in n„.
splendid discourse me given nm
(iuiiado where they Were tenderly laid
to rest besides Lhosi oj hi h n -lm in I
She is .'united hy three soigg
sons, Messrs T \ and Fred of Gil-
strong j undo and liai'ry of' Ivina and four
daughters, * Mesdaiiies Sailie Swenson
of lltilto, Tatiliue <'oaihs of Guero
likely be n June Huh in Knh. \\ e
are inforihed tin- Sleinherger opuple
.o I n leased These peo
III I lie Ill's! well III tin "
f'ainl or iieiie\e.
David says | had fainted, unless
I halt helh'ved- Hsulm ”i. i;t. ll(.
»us conscious of the la. I linn he had
had a very .close cull. He, had been
traveling a very rugged ,Apd which
Lad tliivateik'U la min liim. Alort*
“‘“If buee his kliees I,ad gone weak
and knocked out* against the mhei
Again and again he hud Ihci! ,n u,,.
is.int of loppliiig vet in a ,|en,| 1UL..
fair while halvas reel mg n, mis : r.ieks ,
leadj lo full, the Stun which he dutch H1""' »rv about do merchants wlmluivi
ed hi his hand proveii n, |M- sirulig IMBI^v,‘,i ^slsuisor games in addii i.ui' to
enough to-bear all the weight he /m*T !!''d l" lwei M the regu
and Misses Nellie and Jennie MillU'itz
of- Alls! in.
A Iinyi’e .suiiahh1 Itienliim of this
iioi'd w ..in,in s life w ill he made in our
lo thd hi reined ones the limpid ex
lends ..heart felt sy In j in thy
Softball Notes. .
tjuite a dill of interest is heitig
G'ken in soli I,nil i,,. 1i,,, ihh,
line" ■ ■ SI eel,........Sih, ..is lep.., i ......that
iiponTr——Thut Slat!, Ot ".use, was his
faith. 'NOW he stand;) at the end of
his weary trial looku.g back ,
way la* hud ellmlsd. und he deelares
with humility, yet with joy, q. had,
fainted unless I had believed.
These words,'■ ■■lining trom a man
w,*° became great through his ex
perieuces, should weap a great deal to
us becauae he is sisiu... i
U.ur lift'd ttutus. ,
i All 1" rsole, interested ill
the p!’1- 1,1,11 H'Ki'bl'eVj.of age,
TliFie" To, Toil
Tort l.a v ;u a held,
- till' I b U .eslloe I ,1 111' held 11:1 - heel i :
Hie -v ''ll' of n : '! 'di'iuiiig ai'-liy by in '
line pash- ;m ',u 'hi I ecu years, i til in ;
small uii.i n! iI ies has heen discovered I
in soiin oi Tin wells.^ind ;i \ery slnuig
flow oi hi- 11, i I ire.ii 11 ii mil in i ma rl.
all of. till' well- 1 lellee i 1111 • I t'-1 in l 111 s
held ha- n. \ er, d i in j ii j lie. I my ni deli
even thopgli a leal ... -.producer has
liever he- n de\elopeij-h-Men wlio :n*e
Well illl' 111Ii-d m pel holenin ellgilieef
ibg anil log* tin re "Irma proniTimre l
Nic 1 Lakp ]jHd ‘ *ilt• if tfu:
iiiost pr«Hm-si4i^ j j i Suut li Tfxas," ar.ti
1 WA,| I: ,. liL 1 !la I t!.»i1 I»A' A>U
<***rttH MlA'fHtfcjlHMJt- tLe Vt'MI'S HlltAVsi tliat-
l ln*rt‘f is j n't •]ii.i>»* i n 111 is lirM
Judge Lane to Retire.
We Furnish the-Goods
Polo Strirts : . 49c to 98c
Wash Pants . 98c to $3.45
Bathing Trunks 9$c to $3.95
Sport Shoes $1.95 to $5.00
Cowboy Boots $6.45 to $17
Spring Suits . $5 to $19.80
Men’s Pa jamas $1.49 & $1.95
49c and 98c
25 and 35c
- Sport Sfiirts . 79c to $1.49
Slacks at . . 98c to $1.49
Swim Suits $1.49 to $3.50
Sandals . v. 95c to 39c
Tennis Shoes . 59 to 98c
Sport Pajamas 98 to $1.95
Coolie Hats . 39 and 49c
- Anklets . . 10c to 35c
Silk Hose 39c and to $1.29
■ , - X el J II -1 I' '
size, are asked In regisier at the
.Tines Drug i nliip.iny. The |,layers
lur these sponsored game-' will I ,ef
taken from this list. Players who arc*
new playing/oh an orgaair.ed team
"bi l-'d I"' eligible for these stiohsiu'ed
I. l.aiie-ot' Lire Court, of
Civil A | if- J '.,, i \ i'st ni,, who re
shirs in iinusioii will lviin* from
imldic udi( v at lor 'J 1 yon i s, lu* an
nuuaeed »Satui(i;iy. llis present t(*rjn
will Hid January 1st.
iiin dofisfon was similar lo liuit of
FEATURING THIS WEEK—Lace Cloth, a!l shades
and colors 19c, 49c and 98c
If You Need Them
PLENTY RUBBER BOOTS
Culberson [ Woodall
^THE FRIENDLY STORE
beesuig! be ts Jga-ulwiig froui h(a, KUm‘‘s', My this everyoue Is O^gtrief Judge t'lmrlos li. Ashe, who
on Heeiyrd Rise.
■ i lie Navidild River perbaiM made .1
new high water nsurd .Moudny when
it, completely lufiuduted fcfiy highway
“"'Tth'lrond dump- for iietuly a mile
The water was «*ver Highway No, 12
from I hr,s- l» fike feeT Mohday w hci
own ejtperleuee. His
three ttiinga to me,
helpful to you.
Stiaaesi !1,s'su,l‘lJ of >* < hanee to play! The
, ! plan- are to have two, or three q»m
, 1'"' Ur«t- thing they suggest is, that
have' •''Adding *" tby» most eotumuu uwi dead-
ly enemy mat any ,,t us have to raee
u ‘‘ know this fnua our own ex-
twrieiiee. a yout;tg lady Was making a
real eoatrihulloii Co a service
““'V 'wo or three jam.
sored games each week and the pfay-
ers for these games will lie aiinoimei'd
on the nights preeedltig these games,
lu orther words tin- register will be
taken to the field and, .starting at tfeT
t-lie.ii tj liamis will he eaUhti
of- -until ijx\% f ctniij)li*i t* thi ms m*t*
w lien suddenly she lell with u..thud
a dead faint, aud four people were
Juketi out of the,service fo revive^her,
Hy lu r fainting, ahe teased lo !«• an
asset and heeume a positive liability.
liu.Dir ______... .1 , • 1
at ress‘*'ir tftl«fep*J ‘ Idployees ,1 aiki-r" 1 of an arlatocraUe -huh-h
ii,1. -, ' . , , , , . . CVn*. oitil-itf* §»»«■• «'»v M«u uoea* , mui
valley The ruiiriuid dump is higher
thiilj^the lilghvi.iy dump through the
"Isitloiii; hut II w II- - otnpietely ifmjer
■ water for nearly a mile. .The high
wstijr cut off all iralfie na both bigu-
. wanjmd ruilrnud is-rdn- ‘ day light
Ho far as this writer, cun ascertain,
'this 1- Hi. tit ' in-; "CCs of tie rail
. loud dump l- ing uode^' wa.ter When
the river was at it- iiight'sl (Ids dump
was tinder 5 to 1; feet of wutl'r in
some places. '1’lie river reached ha
higliest Mime time Mouday night. .
I Ji\ aea Aim High.
Ttit' Lavaca River came out of its
banks -Saturday night hud by |aid-
night Sunday had reached a paint
that was up to about its higliest rec-
ord. ’ilic relief bridge on the west
side and u portion of the dump .be-
tween the relief bridge mid tbe n*bi
bridge were under water for a time
The highest point was reached 'at
about mid-night Sunday, and then’ it
begau to fall.
Hie Arenoaa Troublesome.
IttliNtiist 4ds task, his ritual fell frotii
ids builds, and he fell w ith a thud, to
the Hour, lit' wa» tiually revived, and
i a me back* to finish his. task, and of
course they lived happily ever after.
Hut sueh tragedies do not always end
so fortunately, it is because ot our
prnni'iiess tu faint tTmt so many tasks
an- left half finished, l or, for every
one who faints physically, there are
literally hundreds who faint morally,
socially and spiritually. It Is no won
der then, that the writers of the Bible
had so much to say about fuintittg.
They constantly warn ua against faint-
ing. i’erbaps you remember the one
passage particularly which says: 'lsjj
us -dot be weary in well doing, -for in
due season we shall reap, if we faint
.The second Jthing this jatssagi* sug
gests to me me Is that there are causes
for fainting. We know that every ef
fe.t has its cause, if we hear uu ut.
usual noise, we ask what caused it. If
we jjee the remains of u wreck we ask
what caused it. If a tree dies which
we have learned to love we wsk what
caused it. When a man faints we ask
whath caused it. Due thing that causes
men to faint is had almopshere. We
ha we seen tieople on top of Pipes Teak
faint because for them ut least the
atmosphere was bail. We have seen
e in croxvded buildings faint be-
I'.y T-i ailing
Old these Urines the night before,
everyone can toe contacted the . next
day iti case they are not there to hear
their names called. These- sjiotiaoreil
games will not interfere with the
WyWfd JfrD'Vifidcinffrts 'tfimt'k- xvbio wvrtl
sponsor, the games xyiii apJMsir on the
lug Is ia id u( the field all day piece.I
big tliel game. The charge T'ur „ca.en
merchant spousoriufig a game will he
fifty cents to be used to pay for the
lights that night.
The liouston Ti|»' Line fomptlti.v,
the Fuires’ Drug l ompatiy. I In; KdUa
Motor Company anil tlie ialtiu Wi'e
men 111'.' now organizing team.-, and
soon -there will l» keen 1 ouipeiIthni
iH'txveen these "regulars." ^
• ,Kaeh week, night there will mi a
game on the Kdim diamond. Later it
may is' jsissihle to schedule games far
enough ahead to tiuv rlietn 'published
each week. 1
Tlii* ArVnosa Cm*k, the little A ream
thgi is the toon ml a ry line lie tween
Jackson and Victoria Counties, caused
a Jot of trouble by undermining tin- ap-
proach to the highway bridge and
thereby obstrucyng traffic for several ,
! .(lap everytft^ the-atmoaphere was bad. We
K for “ few boors at L ^.u ^ le falut OIfthe atrect.s
, , itie Lavaca River where he water vM ^ the atmosphere
came up over a relief bridge, „ until
the Arenosa Greek was reached. Tile
• “ xvikshout there’ tied traffic tip for sev-
eral days. , »
* • ■
was bad. But we have also aeeu
men and women, hoys * and girls
faint morujly, , socially, and spiritu
jolly 'because'’ of had atmospheric
The" abnormal ruins in Lavaca Couu>
fy, through widcti the Nuvidad and
und La*vaca Rivers run, the heavy
ruins in Jackson County, and a very
high tide on l>Lvaca Bay in which the
river empties were all contributing
factor to tin* record overflows.
.....* • * *
The (lamnge to highways and rail
roads in Jackson County will likely- lm
the largest in the history yif the couu
Tlie damnge to cri
to he Hie heaviest ever
jieopie. The heavy ruins came iit it
time when Hie county was already
v j •
Tlit},'loss in livestock lrr”the il01 sled
rivj'f bottoms will probably totill sev-
eral hand rial head. Several report
from fi to lt> bead lost and iiT',ffils
time there is no way to neeuriltel.v
estimutV /1hi* loss.
ruajfjs also rHsMted,!
ever suffered ti}>Wfr 1
\pjgn agaitoy peopled faint ut the sight
of blood. 1 ha,ve a sister who cut her
finger with; a knife atid fell finer in u
dead faint. Rut if this is. true phy-
sically,' it is. even more true morally,
socially and , spiritually. A young
man once came running to Jesus and
said, "Lord, I will follow Thee whither
soever thou goest." That was it line,
thing for him to say, hut Jesus was
not so terribly* thrilled about it. When
Jesus made .it known to him that he
might- have to sleep out of dotors with
Jhe ground for his bed anil "the sky for
his cover, he begun to back down. In
other words, when Jesus showed him
a cross with a .little blood on it he
fell out in a >h‘ud faint. Ha could not
stand saorifleeV/ ,
Then, too, fainting may be caused
fron'i weakness. The weakness may
tie natural or it may be caused from
weariness. Elijah was weary when
he.left Mt. Carmel to trot seventeen
mites to Jezreal, but he, was complete-
ly exhausted xvhen-he fainted under
the shade of/the Juniper tree at Jez-
ri'iii Tlieii,- again, fainting may be
caused from ^u-k of food.' Unless a
man feisls hhnself wiHt the food which
iuakes for mental, moral, social aud
L. K. < >'Hrieti, whose jmsture is on
the Lavaiqt River and who lost several
head of stock, reports a, rjither untis-
ttnl ease When g cow sttmlia calf. He. . . ,, , . „ ... . , A
said lie suvv tlie ehvv sxvlminiiig out of jHldrltual strengtli lie is sure to faint,
the flooded area for several hundred | Hut. tlie third tiling that these words
yards with a calf lmngijyg onto her1.suggest to me is this:. it Is possible
neck. Tin- calf’s head, was across the!for a man to refuse to faint. David
cow’s neck and it waa- notswimming “t had fainted, UNLESS I HAD
cow’s neck and it waa tmt swimming «n»u. "t nnu raimeii, 1 nazon 1 had ,
at dll—Jugt holding otrto the cow. 1BKLIBVKI).' So we s»h* that he r%^^
’When land was reached Mr. O'.Brien, fused, to surrender, anil ,now lie Is
said. The old cow whs cuifipletel.v ex* ahjf to
hansteri and was hardly able to siand. I*’-''- .....*
Mr. Jack Crow and Miss Louise
Strane, welt known and popular ynfing
people of lliis city,‘ stole .1 mareli mi
is retiring, lie did noj desire to go
t hl'ullgli , t le uixteil I • of a .eiunpaigu. J.Jjs
public carter had, covered a period of
40 yeats: in 1MH) lie * was elected
lofility attorney of Fayette County,
the county ot In- birth. This was the
beginning "i a loiig career ia various;
jiolilieal eiipm ities. • /
After ii'i'ing tun ternf- as /euunlj
iittbi'ney, Jtiiige M.ane was eiceted to
tin legislal tire lb- served through
llio Twenty Fiitli und -'Twenty-Seven:It
legiiJiatiaw»s.:. i nn ing the ‘ administrk- j
ti.oafiiftfit^niei Goveruoi' (I. It. I i.iiqijitt
lie ayus tin assistant, attorney ‘ general,
jii'acdring I", fore Hie,court of criminal
mu-1 "f. x*-.v-- ............
. d ttrm 'll lust ice Reese, Who died
He -was re-cieeleil, successively for
threeAeiiiis ot six years- eneh, wittiout
.',- "'"'ii. . % '
Ri.cent l> d.idniee 'Soule, former-dis
Iriet uitorhi'x aimTntMCriiinJSfeaudidiite
.■reathst Judge lame. *mSeu' on the
strength of information that Judge
Lime hud decided to retire, T. II
Cody, Houston allohiey, announced
for. the appelate judaesliip.
Judge Lane is from a well, known
North Carolina family that migrated
titst to Alabama ami then to Texas
His grandfather, J aha than Lane.; tuwi
liis fititier, ‘Charles J. Lane, settled in
Fayette County, J Tied r LaUrange,
many years ago.
For 20 years the Lanes have been
residents of Ilousti^, • Tfeir-home is
1 *rosIIoustuii < ’hruiiicle.
Khaki Work Pants, shirts to match. 98c
Men’s Ace High Overalls
Other Grades . . .
Boys’ Khaki Pants and Shirts ... 98c
Full Line Work Shoes—AH Guaranteed
R. A. DRAKE
“The Store Fcfr Men and Boys’
at Jiil'.i I’rosijet't.-
EdrtiflC Mus^c Club.
-■•'■The Music Club met May 25th, 1030,
with Mrs. George Clement, hostess. .
going to Victoria:and,;g«Jmg nmr , 1 ‘‘f,i.‘ S»pe-''i1' »' Fgc
irVTtn* Methodist pastor "f xAtoi 'V'.n ..JTurren!......Musi
their friends Wednesday, April
city performed the ceremony. .'Die
secret of. thejr marriage wasekeiii f"i
The bride is the youngest daughter
of Mrs. N. H. Strane of this city. si.
was horn und reared in this city and
is a graduate of the Edna High
School. Sheds held iu high esteem Ia f
a large circle of friends, both "id and
. The groonr is also a ^gra^flrte of i>"'
Edna High School atid i.%*a, •vorthy
and upright young mnir.'qlioeently lie
accepted a-uxisltioii hi Tiijft a- .u i ia
ger of ilie pleh.re sliyivv. '•
'The Htyrahl joins their many otli.
friends in extending 1 eongrainlrtt'lous
and heat wishes.
, L. E. BAHRETl, J’usbu
AVi* +ie\e l"'i'ii gratified with tin at
tendance for tlie past two nuHiMis.
We buvb had an ‘average of better
than 2tk) iti S. 8. We are anxious
that we keep this attendance up. of
course, Inst .su'iiduy._iiur attendnnei*
was down ‘to 32, tiTil xve iWtjn %Ujiie
and had services. N
Sunday the pastor will proa oil uu:
•'The \ew Covenant," and “Wc fliive
Found the Mesiali.’’
The vltevival will, iiegin at the Bap-
tist Church Jn'me 7th, lifSfl. Rev. It.
K, ^liluni of Rohstown vyill do tlie
preaching, and we1 will have a good
singer. We urge .everyone to mofe
their plans now to attend _ these
services. ' We urge tlie ‘»w»jW<riil‘ii»t
and atteadtthce of aft_ jbe other
\ —z ---tt---------
It* Cream—finest in the land!
ntatlt'Vriie here in the store. We know
it is'tBSK^rttlrty cepts^a quart any
ilttvV in Hie week. I
t FA IRES D RUG < «,
A peculiar tiling about the-reseue.was
(Coneliuled on. last page, i
in.i'H' laku niiuaa 'ia " Mr, SRlI Mrs:.JB.IU... iWuaheh of
. . Now what was ft that David be- Htontble smut the week «Wl in Edna,
ileved in that kept jilm from faint lugxruests of his parents, .Mro-aud Mrs. S.
(Concluded ou la8t pdgiN) <1. Drualiel.
“ a * . • ... >0-
. :il Sill)\V
Ki,short review of Selmbert’s Life.—-
Miss' MnTC Claire. Feunert,
Ave Maria Miss Allen!
linjirpmiitu in A ii.—Miss Louise
Egg. . ........... .............
By tlie Sea.—Mrs. George Cfetheni.
Wandering Mrs. Galhrailii.
Linden Tree. -Mrs. Eemier.
iininroiuptU' dji. 142 ,N 3. —Mrs.
Hayes. ' , ,
New Cara Nome Date.
i living in t lie interruption in f radio,
tie* Edna date of Miss Judy Cose, |
( :n.1 Nome Beauty expert, has been!
(•hanged fo next week, beginriing Mini j
day. June 1st, and will confine-1
t liesHgli Snlurdny, at the Eaires_Drug
Cmupany'. See her All in fids issue of
HioVHeialil for fiirilie.r particulars.
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Minnow sei ns, tarkel boxes silk and
Illicit lines; hi fuel, u complete stock
of fishing tarkel.
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’ Miss Lydia Jackson daughter of
Mr and Mrs. - S........U, ,Jackson of this
city, Who hits is'eti'taking the nytrsesi
training course at STCTnoriul Hospital, j rf
Houston, will receive Her diploma aud
baconie a full-fledged registeh'd nurse
l liis- mouth, having completed, the re-,
i pi INSil 'coifj'si'. Her picture, along
Willi lime of the other .grmlauting
liufses, apiaiared in Sifnilay’s Hour
ten Chronicle. Miss Lydia nf'Jf jfVml-i,
’uato of the lacaj high school, And tlpon
completing her school work here, she
entered .Memorial (formerly the-Bap-
tisl) Hospital in. Houston, and .her
many Edna friends, extend congratu-
lations upon the completion of herj
eonrsf* tlitsre whk’li (Mititlus hvt. J•» thw
degree of R. N. >
Gisirae Wlinrtoji. why ha.^a been
•seriously ill for the past month or so,
and xviio.had been in Houston for
treatment, was brought home last
xvii'li at bia reipiesl. Ills fondltIon
continues vert sefltous"anjl .hiipes for
recovery are very slim.
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Staples, H. K. Edna Weekly Herald. (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1936, newspaper, May 28, 1936; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth762925/m1/1/: accessed July 2, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Jackson County Memorial Library.