The Hopkins County Echo (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, July 20, 1934 Page: 4 of 16
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THE HOPKINS COUNTY ECHO
Dennis Dswson of
spent Wednesday here
W. C. Cawthron has returned from
a visit with relatives in Maud, Ok.
Vote for N. D. (Nace) Rawion
for Aimior and Collector.
Mr. and Mrs. Klmer Turner were
visitors in Texarkana Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Minter, visitors
from Houston, and Mrs. A. F. Payne
spent Wednesday visiting in Pickton.
Misses Modena and Sarah Moseley
and Chrystelle Pinion spent Wed
nesday in Dallas.
Vote for N. D. (Naca) Rawion for
Assessor and Collector.
Mrs. 0. A. Smith and daughter,
Colleen, have returned from a visit
Dr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Prather of
Fort Worth were here first of (he
week, guests of Jim Bays and family.
Plenty of Used Cars on hand now
Easy terms and priced to sell. Sul-
phur Sprints Motor Co. w-tf
Mrs. Jessee Libel and son have re
turned to their home in Dallas after
visiting relatives here.
Miss Maudie Bays of Fort Worth
is here to spend several weeks with
her father, Jim Bays, and family.
Mrs. Joe Humphries of Dallas is
here visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Shed Chapman.
S. M. Henderson Hardware Store
has mowed one door west of former
located on Main street.
Come in and get a nice hair cut
15c—a shave 15c—a nice cool place.
Commercial Hotel Barber Shop.
Mrs. Sarah Blount and Kathleen
Wilson spent the week-end with
Mrgr McKenzie at Rock Hill.
and Mrs, Sam Cawthron of
Okla., are here visiting* rela-
jSyrup Labels, either blank or print*
ed to order, at Tbe Echo Office.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross DeLee and son
have returned to their home in
Shreveport after being here to at-
tend the funeral of her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stowe and
daughter have returned to their
home in Dallas after, a visit with rel
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Cassel and
<ons, Jack and Johnny Mack,
Green Lake, in Calhoun County, are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Datus Sharp.
Cardboard to a vanotjr of colors o*
k* Echo offlra
Miss Lorene Desmqit, Miss Gladys
and Miss Lorene Chance, Miss Bettie
May Alton of Thomasville spent the
week-end wtih Miss Pauline Wilson
Eddie Hill and Miss Pauline Wil-
son, Pat Gowan and Miss Hazel Ad-
ams attended church
at Dike Sun-
Vote for N. D. (Naco) Rawion for
Aneiior and Collector.
Miss Vera Grace Morgan has re
turned home from Levelland wherv
she visited Mrs. W. W. Knott and
Mrs. Spencer Ellis.
Mrs. Lem Wyatt
the serious illness
on account of
of one of her
Mrs. J. A. McGrede and Miss Ma-
bel Newsome of Longview are here
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. McGrede
Plenty of Uied Cara on hand now.
Eaay terms and priced to aell. Sul-
phur Spring! Motor Co. w-tf
Judge and Mrs. Grover Sellers
have gone to Ft. Worth where they
are visiting in the home of her Bis
ter, Mrs. Chas. Drexel.
made at his former home, Deport.
Elton Bullock of Net? Iberia, La,
is here on hiB vaaction visiting his
parents, Judge and Mrs. S. S. Bui
lock, and family.
of Dallas, Texas
His Platform: v
Wo have moved the Post Office
Barber Shop to Main street, firat
door w«>st of Vaughan’s Drug Store,
Will appreciate our customers com-
ing to see us. Hair cut 15c; shave
15c.' /' Jim'Hill, Bob Fox, Oliver
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Rettman and
two sons, Reginald and L. T., of
Proctor are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rettman and
Mr. and Mrs. G.' A. Maddox.
Mrs. Weber Fouts And Mrs. Jim-
mie Pounds were in Glen Rose to
spend Wednesday with their daugh-
ter, Idalene Fouts, and Billy Pounds,
who are attending camp there.
1. Favors separate oil and gas
2. Reduction of automobile li-
3. Revaluation of Railroads to
A native born Texan, 43
years old, born in Grimes
County, educated in the com-
mon schools, equipped by 20
years of actual, practical ex-
perience to successfully handle . ,
this position to the entire sat- Rule plan. If you don t
isfaction of the people of the
great State of Texas. Is ask-
ing you for the opportunity to
We carry on our busi-
ness under the Golden
believe it come to see
Swift Produce Market
SEAT COVERS, set ...____94c
TEXACO VALOR OIL, 2 gal. can 99c
FENDER FLAPS, pair____________ 50c
FAN BELTS, each____________r__ 20c
I BUMPER GUARDS, pair________ $IJ0
And Lots pf Others at Maul Order Prices
“THE HOUSE OF A MILLION FARTS”
South Proctor Drug Store
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Mr. and Mrs. Rual Perkins have
announced the arrival of a son in
their home at Waco, July 17. He . with friends here,
has been named James Rual.
Grace Bailey was among the num-
ber of local Girl Scouts who left on
Tuesday for Camp Pioneer, Ark., to
spend ten days at the Y. W. C.
Mr. and Mr*. B. B. Randolph of
Dallas were here Wednesday, guests
[of Mr. and Mrs. Clint Reneau. v
Mr .and Mrs. Roger Wade and
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wade who have
been visiting J. D. Leslie and family
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Long have
returned from a visit to Chicago,
Springfield and Eureka Springs, Mo.
Miss Anna Wooten has gone' ito I Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Neal visited
her home in Pittsburg after a visit1 relatives in Emory during the Week-
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Peak and fam-
ily are levying Thursday for three
here have returned to their home in I weeks visit with relatives on the red
hills of Georgia.
Vote for N. D. (Nace) Rawion for j
Assessor and Collector.
Mrs. Waire Currin, Mrs. Hub
Thomas and her father, Jno. Rus-
sell of Madill, Okla., and Mrs. Cecil
Ward were in Cumby ’"ednesday
morning to visit R. W
Mrs. Melvin Renfro was here
from Commerce and spent Wednes-
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Irwin.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ben Stephens
have returned here for a visit with
arris, who I their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
is quite sick at his hor there.
Mrs. J. A. Moss spent the day]
Wednesday in Mt. Pleasant visiting
her son, Ray Moss.
Glossup and Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Stephens, after a tour of the North-
ern and Eastern States. While
Chicago, they viisted the Worlds
Fair and other scenic spots. Mrs.
Stephens was a former student.
S. S. H. S. before their marriage
Miss Mary Alice Hurley has gone
to Amarillo for a visit with rela
Dr. Ben Buford was here from
Dallas Sunday visiting his father, W.
A. Buford, and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whittaker
Dallas were here during the week-
end visiting his mother, Mrs. Ina
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kennedy
announce the arrival of a son Satur-
day, July 14th. They have named
him Richard Douglas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McKenzie
Hopkinsville, Ky., are here visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rod Johnson and
daughter, Frances Jane.
Mrs. Boy Maddox and children
spent Wednesday in Gilmer visiting I July, 1933. Mr. Stephens, who was
Mrs. Jim Covington. (former student of E. T. S. T. C., has
been employed as a salesman for the
Bob McDonald is here from Stam-1 Rubbercraft Corporation of Califor-
ford to visit his brother, J. C. Me-1 nia for the past three years. They
Donald, and family.
will go to St. Louis after a iirief vis-
I it here with their parents.
Mrs. Audie Turrentine of Com-1
merce visited relatives here Wednes-|
Vote for N. D. (Naco) Rawson for
Assessor and Collector.
Mrs. W. A. Baker, Victoria Baker
and Martha Jo Reiger have gone
Henderson for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs.1 Marvin Reiger.
Mrs. Loyd Davidson of Austin vis-
ited friends here Saturday.
Rev. J. A. Owen, Mrs. Owen and
children of Albany spent Monday
and Tuesday here with his brother,
Rev. C. P. Owen, and family, at the
Presbyterian parsonage, and left
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith, Mrs.
Harry King and Miss Vertis Lindley (Wednesday to visit in Longview,
have gone to Brownwood for a weeks
visit with relatives. Miss Fanny
Smith returned to her home in
Brownwood with them after a visit
Mr. hnd Mrs. Howard Hicks enter-
tained with a chicken broil at the
Country Club Saturday evening, hon-
oring Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bigger and
•Tacit Bigger „ of Dallas, who were
'heir guests during the week-end.
The many friends here of Miss
Selicia Ann Housewright of Wylie,
who recently visited here with her
aunt, Mrs. C. A. Rector, and fam-
ily, will regret to learn she is seri-
ously ill with typhoid fever in the
hospital at McKinney.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wood and
children went to Paris Wednesday to
attend funeral services of her father
W. A. Nobles, who died in a hospital
at Sulphur, Okla. - Burial will baj.^wYate for N. D. (Naco) Rawson f
Miss Janette Chandler had
week-end guests, Miss Helen Garri-
son of Winnsboro and Miss Margaret I ion of Kaufman and Aldine Turner
Little Misses Frances Harvin and
Hetty* Lou Moore enterained with
a slumber party Tussdjjy night
‘he home of the former’s patents.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Harvin, honoring
two visitor*, Dorothy Wanda Logs-
Williamson of Menard.
Assessor and Collector,
I of St. Louis, Mo.
Miss Christine Harrell of Atlanta
| is visiting relatives here,
Mrs. R. D. Connor and daughter.
Miss Marian Brim entertained at
her home on Gilmer street Saturday I Martha Lou, left Tuesday
evening, complimenting Miss Elwyn | (as to make their home.
Hatchett of Durant, Okla.
Charles Matt Pogue is visiting n:s
rrandmother, Mrs. Charted tr >*.i,
Mrs. Jno. A. McDonald, who has
made her home in Commerce recent-
ly, is spending the week-end here
visiting her cousin, Rev. C. P. | Mrs. Bascom Pearson is suffering
Owen, and family and left Mon- with a badly crushed hand, received
day for Denton to enter Texas Worn-1 when the windshield of the car fell
an’s College C. I. A.
Miss Bessie Stapleton of Green
Pond underwent an appendicitis Op-
eration at the Long Hospital Thurs-
Donald Rhea was * jre from
Shreveport Tuesday to take his
[mother, Mrs. Sam (Bertha) Gray,
home with him for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Mann and chil-
dren of Burbank, Calif., who have
been visiting in Texas for the past
six Weeks, spent the day here Thurs-|John Faulk,
day with their aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver Mann, returning toj Miss Mary
Natt and John Paul Jones of Cor-
pus Christ!, formerly of Alba, were
here Tuesday morning and visited
Mrs. Mack Medley, Suzanne and
Joe Billie Wood, Jamie Pogue]
and W. E. McGill returned home,
Friday from a visit in Hollis, Okla.,
with Mr. and Mrs. Watt Long and |
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Henderson and
here from Hot Springs, A-k., visit-
ing her aunt, Mrs. Chuck McDonald,
and other relatives.
Mrs. Datus Sharp and son, R. Da*
tus, Jr„ spent* Tuesday visiting he.*
mother at Newsome.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore Connor have|
gone to Mt. Pleasant where they
will be located for the present. Mr.
Mrs. Ross DeLee was here from
Shreveport to attend the funeral of
her sister, Mrs. Grady Sellers.
Miss Margaret Beard is at home
Connor is adjustment assistant to J. from a visit in Ardmore and Madill,
Graham, county agent of Titus | Okla.
J. K. Campbell of Oklona, Miss.,
visited E. E. Burrows and family
Saturday. Mr. Campbell has a record
Of twenty years in the U. S. mail
service with the loss of only one
Miss Oleta Jackson of Pittsburg,
] who has been the guest of Mrs. Mar-
lin Spencer here, left Tuesday morn-
ing for a visit in Dallas.
W. C. Darby and daughter, Ilene,
Mr. and Wb*. M. V. Freeman and
children, Owen and Bettie Ruth, of
Florence, Ala., are visiting Mr. Dar-;
by’s brother, j. I. Darby, and other
relatives . in Sulphur Springs and
Mr. ahd Mrs. Charlie Beale and
daughter, Lugene, have returned to
Dallas srfter a visit here with Dr.
and Mrs. J. Beit Thomas.
Jno. S. Bagwell, Jr., has returned
to Baylor Medical College in Dallas
after a visit here with hie parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bagwell, and
Will McKay and son, Kenneth,] Mr. and Mm Clarence Rice, of
who reside south of town, are- both Houston, are here for a visit with
improving from recent operations J. G. Stephens at Saltillo a Mr.
Ijfor appendicitis and will be brought | and Mi*. Aubrey Stephens of Sul-
1 to their home from the Cantrell phur Spring*.
Hospital in ’Greenville within the
'next fow day*. j Mrs.* Lillian Pound*, daughters,
- Dorothy and Denny, Misses Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. King Coffey of
Louis, Mo., are in Sulphur Springs
for a visit with his brother, Jno.
Coffey, and other relatives.
Mrs. Johnnie Biggerstaff has gone
to Chicago where she will visit Mrs.
Winston Buckworth and attend
Century of Progress.
Miss Virgie Connor and Bill Con-
nor of Daingerfield were guests
Earl Hopkins Stirling during the
Mrs. Earl Myers and son, Earl,
Jr., are here from Abilene visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. My-
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Springer and
daughter have returned to Dallas
after spending the week-end with
Mr. and Mr*. H. W. Bird.
D. A. France voted an absentee
ticket Monday morning before leav
ing for Levelland to be gone two
weeks pr longer.
Mrs. A. R. Milsap, Mrs. F.
Bridges, Miss Mary Bell Milsap and
Gilbert McGrede have gone to Tec-
umseh, Okla., on a visit.
Miss Martha Lou Fortson of Mar-
shall was the guest Sunday of Mrs.
Walter Young and other friends
Mr. and Mrs. Hershall Henderson
and Mrs. Myra Henderson Wright
ware in Wuuuhoro
noon to attend the
funeral of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Acker Glover and
daughters, Annette and Mary Jane,
ind Mrs. H. G. Glover of Longview
'eft Monday afternoon to visit Colo-
*-ado Springs, Denver and other pla-
ce* in Colorado,,
Murrie Irons and Bab Thomas ^.il-
ly left Sunday to take special work
at A and M College.
Roy McClimons left during
week-end for Big Spring where
has a position with the Gulf Oil Co.
Shem Ray has accepted a position
with the Eastern Auto Supply,
recently opened for business in Sul-
Miss Elwyn Hatchett of Durant,
Okla., who has been here visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bagwell and fam-
ily, and Miss Mirian Brim have gone
to Gilmer for a visit with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Latham and
Faye have returned from a visit in
Shreveport and Longview where
they visited their sons, Enoch and
Cecil Latham, and family.
Harry Bledsoe of Detroit is here
as relief linotype operator in the
-Echo office while Jeff Campbell
takes his vacation, and is staying at
the McClimons Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bean, son and
daughter, are moving to Sulphur
Springs from Palestine. Mr. Bean
is a member of the T. P. A L. office
Mrs. Tom Turner and baby; Sam
my, and Aldine Turner of St. Louis,
Mo., are here for a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Roger Turner and Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Calvert.
W. M. Wallace, manager W the
Safeway Store, is taking a vacation
and, accompanied by Mrs. Wi
ha* gone to Hugo and other toyhs in
Oklahoma for a
Mrs. Joe Dial,
<nt the past
lo hor h.™
Miss Addle Mas Glover
rs- Thorns* and Baby Palmer returned P. A L. office, is spending this week
turned horn* from JoybsIIe, girls’ home Tuesday from an
camp at Monte Ne, Ark., where she trip to San Antonio, Cmrlsbad Cav-
spent the past few weeks. _______ era and surrounding*.
Mrs. Audley Moore of the local T.
IPs Hot weather:
Be careful—don’t get overheated—take care
self with proper elimination—keep a* cool
and don’t worry about the weather.
CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR
WE FILL HIS PRESCRIPTIONS
We have many summer needs at bargain prices.
—A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE—
On MAIN Street
Mr. and Mrs. Ramey A. Smith
spent Sunday in Emory visiting Mr.
and Mrs. G. N. McTaggart.
D. H. McCormick of the Depart-
ment of Justice, was a viistor here
from Dallas Tuesday, en route to
Mt. Pleasant to investigate several
bank robberies staged in that vicin-
Mrs. Hubert Wester and Miss Myr-
tie Henderson have returned from
a visit in Austin. Mr. and Mrs. E.
G. Bice who have made their home
there while Mr. Bice attended State
University, returned with them to
make their home here.
Mrs. Joe Wise of Dallas and Miss
Anna Wooten of Pittsburg were here
to attend the funeral of Mrs. Grady
Sellers Tuesday afternoon at Myra
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sellers came
from Shreveport Tuesday to attend
the funeral of Mrs. Grady Sellers,
held, Tuesday afternoon at Myra
Mrs. Howard Lamb and sons have
returned to their home in Paris aft-
er a visit here with her mother, Mrs.
Cub VanWey. Mr*. A. E. VanWey
went home with her for a visit.
ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Estes
of Addran, the first of the week.
Autrey Dagley is reported ill at
Dells Mae Glasscock has been
quite sick the past two weeks, but
is greatly improved.
Mr. apd Mrs. E. W. Singleton and
family of Antioch visited his broth-
er, M. P. Singleton, the past few
J. G. ALLEN WRITES ,
HOME FROM FAR 1
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
We are having a big time. I will
be home in time to make out your
ticket for election.
J. C. ALLEN.
CARD OF THANKS
Deryl Hull of Dallas who is here
at the home of his sister, Mrs. Cecil
Ward, and has been quite sick, was
reported resting nicely today. »■
last letter from our
•’ommuntty) we have had h real good
meeting in the Methodist Church. It
closed Sunda night with mu'h good
done. Between forty and fifty con-
versions and several additions to the
church. Bro. Reynolds, pastor, did
some fine preaching and Drew Ivey
was choir leader. Quite a few visit-
ors attended the meeting.
Mrs. Hatchet and daughter, Mag
alynn, of Saltillo visited their son
and brother, Rev. Carrol Hatchel,
here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Phillips and
family of Mt. Vernon visited Mr,
and Mrs. T. T. Phillips last week.
Also, Mrs. Phillips’ brother, Mr.
Brooks, of Winnsboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raily of
Mineola have been visiting her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Randolph.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Arrington of
Fairlie visited ip the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Dagley last week.
Mr. and Mrs* Sam Dagley and
son, Autrey, and daughter, Della
Mae Glasscock, attended the birth-
day dinner of Mr. Bill French of
Coke Sunday and report a real nice
time with lots of good eats.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Worthen vi»-
Wc wish to thank our many friends
and neighbors for their many actaj
of kindness and expressions of sym-
pathy during the illness and death
of our beloved husband and father,
John Hankins. We aI*o wish to thank
those who cams and worked in the
crop, and may God’* richest bless-
ings rest opon each and every one
of you, is our prayer—Mr*. J. G.
Hankins and Family.
SEE THE NEW
Now on display at our store.
Across from Echo Office
Next to Connally Seed Store
A Vote for
For Reflection as
Precinct No. One
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Will Be Appreciated
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in Cooper where sha is taking -.he!
place of Miss Panline Aiken during,
her vacation. 1
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Bagwell, John S. The Hopkins County Echo (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, July 20, 1934, newspaper, July 20, 1934; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth774865/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.