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THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE Friday May 2 1952
Weekly Clinic
Replaces Crippled
Children's Roundup
The Bell County Health Unit
announces that there will not be
a County Crippled Children
round-up clinic held this yeai
A weekly clinic has been
established at the Scott and
White Hospital with Dr. R. A.
Murray in charge and all of the
children whose cases are record-
ed' on the Health Unit files are
given an appointment for
Business Directory
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AGENCY
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AND LIFE
INSURANCE
Preston Isaac Marie Isaac
List Your Farms and City Prop-
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See Me For Prices and Location
Office at Ira A. Prewitt Hard-
ware Company
Office Phone 1 Residence 153
TAYLOR TEXAS
periodic check up examinations
there or at other authorized or-
thopedic clinics this obviating
the need for the annual clinic
which has ibeen held previously.
If there are any children in
the county in need of such serv-
ices or if there are any post polio
cases that should have an annual
check they are advised to con-
tact the Bell County Health Unit
in the basement of the Munici-
pal Building Temple phone
3-2375 and an appointment will
be made for an examination.
The crippled conditions which
are accepted for treatment under
the Crippled Children's Program
are: infantile paralysis Osteo-
myelitis Club Feet Cleft Palate
Hare lip Burns Curvature of
the Spine Arthritis' Bow Legs
Rickets Tuberculosis of the
Bone 'Flat Feet Congenitally
Dislocated Hip Muscular Dys-
trophy Supernumerary Fingers
and Toes Torticollis Elephan-
tiasis Spina Bifida Brachial
Palsy Potts' Disease Congenital
Anomalies Spondylolisthesis
Amputation Webb Fingers
Epiphsitis and Sarcoma.
If there are cases of any of
the above numerated conditions;
in Bell County that are not re-
ceiving proper treatment by
bringing the fact to the atten-
tion of the Bell County Health
Unit arrangement will be made
to have them examined and indi-
cated treatment will be instituted.
DAVILLA NEWS
Mrs. Douglas Warren of Free-
port was a visiter of Mi and
Mrs. B. II. Keith last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ware and
Elsie (Marie Hargrove visited in
the Oscar nines' home last
week-end.
Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Carter of
Waxahachie were Monday visit-
ors here.
P.Urrln ATnnro wlin to n unfioilh
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as improving.
Mr. and (Mrs. Carl Knight
visited their parents Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Knight during the
week-end.
Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Ramey of
Granger visited in the Bill Lock-
lin home Sunday.
Mrs. G. C. Ponder was a Gran-
ger visitor Monday.
W. R. Bunker of San Marcos
visited his parents Tuesday.
George Brown is driving a
new Ford this week.
Buster Anderson who is sta-
tioned in San Antonio is home
on a 20 day leave.
Work Guaranteed on all Model Autos
and all Type Trucks
Body and Fender Repair Shop
Complete Paint and Body Work
Mechanical Work Done Also
Buzz Gilson Holland Texas
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PERSONALS
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. White
Jr. and daughters of Dallas
visited home folks and friends
last week.
Wayne Patton left Monday
for Ft. Lawton Washington
where he will be stationed.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pullin had
as a guest last week-end her
brother 0. K. Pace of Houston.
END-O-WEED
for GARDEN FIELD and YARD
Vigoro and Other Fertilizers
We Have Poultry Remedies
BARTLETT PRODUCE
C. L. Oldham
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KASH COTTON SEED
L. C. demons
Visit The Drug Store
For Your Needs
Here you will find delicious King's
candies the best known brands in
perfumes toiletries stationery com-
pacts gift sets and hundreds of
household and gift items. Make it a
habit to stop by the
drug store for your
need.
Your doctor's prescriptions are fill-
ed with accuracy here.
BOYD'S DRUG STORE
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Bartlett
Phone 28
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WOOL TWINE ON HAND
X In the near future we will be in position to $
purchase wool.
SEE US FOR
COTTON POISONS
(Liquid or Dust)
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY MEDICINES t
RED CHAIN FEEDS
FMEDRICH GRAIN COMPANY
GRAIN FEED SEED
Mrs. C. 'M. Gillespie has been
visiting relatives in San Antonio
this week.
Mrs. Buddy Hoffman and
little daughter have returned to
their home in Bastrop after a
visit here wi'th relatives and
friends1.
Martha Lou Weatherford of
Galveston is here visiting her
grandfather Tom Weatherford.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Donnell L.
Malone and children of Temple
visited Mr. and Mrs. Pat Malone
Friday.
Mrs. A. iM. Heap of San An-
tonio has been here this week
visiting her mother 'Mrs. J. E.
Dillard.
(Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Miller
and daughters and Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Miller and children and
Mrs. Marvin Gerbert were in
Copperas Cove Monday to attend
the funeral of Max Kriegel.
Ice Vogues Of '52
To Be At Baylor
Stadium In June
The all-new ice skating ex-
travaganza the Ice Vogues of
1952 has been scheduled for the
Baylor Stadium for six nights
beginning June 2 bringing the
novelty of an outdoor ice show
to Waco in midsummer.
Although the oddity is one of
the Show's chief features it has
worked successfully throughout
the South in Europe and even in
torrid Latin-America. Novelty.
hbwever is not its sole drawing
power for the lavishly costum-
ed beautifully trained principal
performers and large choruses of
girls and boys have played to
sell-out audiences with an ex-
travaganza comparable in cost-
umes setting and music to a
major Broadway musical.
The show is produced by
George Tyson a Baylor grad-
uate who has earned consider-
able reknown with his famed
Holiday On Ice parent Company
of the Ice Vogues.
The huge tank on which the
show will be performed will be
shiped to Waco for installation
several days in advance. More
than 110 miles of coiled pipe sev-
eial thousand pounds of calsium
chloride two huge drums of
carbon dioxide and 50 rolls of
roofing paper are only a few of
the items required for installa-
tion. Curing the show the tank
will be covered in the daytime
and the softened ice will be built
up again a short time before the
performance begins.
Included in the show's repert-
oire are 10 spectacular produc-
tions sequences a dozen or more
top-flight stars and a wealth of
comedy routines and novelty
numbers.
Mail orders will be accepted
now at the Baylor Stadium and
delivery will be made starting
May 5 and over-the-counter
sales will begin a week later. The
two hundred ringside seats will
be available at $3.00 and 480 box
seats at the same price; 1332
lower reserved' seats (below the
boxes and right in front of Rink)
are $2.25; 1431 upper reserved
seats (above the boxes) are
$1.75. General admission is $1.25
and 8000 can be seated comfort-
ably in that section. For Child
ren prices are 50 lower in each
bracket.
Checks accompanying mail
orders should be made payable
to the Baylor Bear Club Inc.
which is sponsoring the show for
the benefit of the Baylor Ath
letic Fund.
Week-end visitors of Mrs.
Flora Sides and Miss Eileen were I
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Sides of
Longview Mr. and Mrs. W. E.j
Johnson of Cameron and Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Taylor Jr. and
family of Waco. j
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lamb of
Lockhart Judge and Mrs. Rich-
ard Critz and Mr. and Mrs. J.
O. Lamb of Austin visited Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Lamb Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam (Dillard
visited in Austin lastweek.
'Mr. and Mrs. A. C. A. Braun
and Mrs. Egon Lindemann visit-
ed Dr. and Mrs1. W. C. Wede-
meyer in Georgetown Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Douglas
Mrs. George Mastrovich Misses
Sylvia Mastrovich Joyalyn
Wuthrich and Sandra Thomp-
son were in Dallas last week to
attend the state meeting of the
Future Homemakers.
Claude Wakefield of Houston
was a week-end visitor here and
his wife accompanied him home
after a visit here with relatives
and friends.
Mrs. Pat Malone and Sammie
Hill werein Temple Saturday to
attend the birthday party of
Donna Lynn Malone.
Week-end vfsitors in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Cavitt
were Miss Janet Hinson 1951
graduate of Southwestern Uni-
versity who is now teaching in
Ft. Worth Miss Joyce Jackson
of Austin and Mr. and Mrs.
John L. Finley of Memphis
Tenn. Mrs. CavJtt's father'
George J. Burnett accompanied
the Finleys to Waco and plans
to visit here later.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stefka and
daughter of Austin visited rel-
atives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ford of Tay.-
lor and Miss Nell Clarke of
Granger visited in the R. C. Ford
home Sunday.
Juniors To Receive
Class Rings May 1
(B. H. S. Bulldog)
Supt. D. A. Swope has an-
nounced to the Junior Class that
their senior' rings which arrived
in November will be distributed
May 1 after the students com-
plete the payments due on the
rings.
DR.
Thomas N. DeLaney
OPTOMETRIST
Eyes CareuIIy Examined
Glasses That Fit
513-17 Professional Bldg.
Phone 3-3248 Temple Texas
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HAHTIiKTT TEXAS
Friday-Saturday
May 2-3
BRANDED
Alan Ladd
Also .
3 CARTOONS
With Your Favorite Characters
Sunday Monday
May 4-5
RED SKIES OF MONTANA
Richard Widmark
Tues. Wed. Thur.
May 6-7
A STREETCAR NAMED
DESIRE
Vivien Leigh
Marlon Brando
Rev. and Mrs. Charles Baenzi-
ger of Crosby Minn. were visit-
ors of Mrs. Theo. Keller and Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Keller last
week-end.
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Off Tuesday Back Friday
We are now serving as representative of
the City Steam Laundry of Taylor. Bring us
your laundry before Tuesday and it will be
returned Friday.
Rough Dry or Finished
DELUXE CLEANERS
Bartlett
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It's Baseball Season Again
It's Fishing Season Again
For the baseball game you will want your car look-
ing its best and ready for (he trip if the game is away from
home. For the fishing season you will want your car prop-
erly serviced to take you there and bring you back.
In either case it's a job for us. We like baseball and
fishing too so we know what you want.
Call No. 5
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