The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, September 28, 1928 Page: 1 of 8
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COME EARLY FpR A GOOD SEAT. SEE IT AT THE CLIFTEX
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“Get It At Tucker’s"
HEATERS, STOVE PIPES, STOVE MATS
POKERS SHOVELS ETC.
s ready for that COLD SNAP which will sooii be here. Get your
er and have it up for the cold snap.
«Is from.. .............. ........... $1.60 to $23.25.—All Sizes and Prices.
ov* Pipe, Elbows, Dampers, Mata, Shovels, Pokers, Etc.
A full line of wheel goods, Scooters, Coaster Wagons, Tricycles,
Kiddie-bikes, Walk-a-bouts, Etc.
GUNS—AMMUNITION—FISHING TACKLE. License Issued Here.
TUCKERS VARIETY & HARDWARE
“YOU CAN GET IT AT TUCKER'S"
Variety and Hardware
THE QJFTON PUBLIC
Lynn Squires, lecturer and psychol-
ogist, addressed the student body in
chapel Tuesday morning on the sub-
ject “Success.” To all who know Lynn
Squires it is unnecessary to say that
the address was a good one and that
all enjoyed it immensely. Mr. Squires
conducted a series of lectures in the
city auditorium two years ago and is
considered one of the finest speakers
who has ever been in Clifton. At the
request of his hundreds of friends
here he is delivering a series of lec-
tures at the city hall this week. We
are always glad to have Mr. Squires
with us as his lectures are vital and
interesting and because he has a gen-
uine interest in boys and girls. ™l____, ...____
The school faculty will present the liquor eases, verdict of jury not guil-
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(By A. R. ElUay.
Proceedings in District Court.
State vs. Hjalmar Johnson, charged
with rape, plead guilty, verdict of the
jury, five years in the penitentiary.
State vs. J. B. Iaell, charged with
theft of cattle, plead guilty, verdict
of jury, four years in the poa iliM
suspended sentence. '
State vs.- Fred Schulz and Arthur
Schulz, theft of cattle, plead guilty,
verdict of jury four years suspended
State vs. J. E. Cogburn, possession
of Hqaar, two caaea, plead guilty in
each case, one year in the pen in each
^**fl*' 4 ‘soet^Oao’
State vs. Dave Thompson, two
Thrills of Aviation-A Real Air Picture.
SATURDAY NIGHT-DOUBLE SHOW-7 E. M. TILL—
“THE COWBOY KID”
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Fay Wray and Gary Cooper in—
“THE FIRST KISS”
MW MM I-
You All WaTtEtoN^EtTlAND THUR8DAY-SP»C1AL
“THE 1bT1REET~OF SIN”
' Don’t Mias It.
IH5 NEWS ITEMS
Cotton picking in this section has
boon delayed considerably by the re-
cent big rains. But very little dam-
age to the crop is reported.
Quite a number from this com-
munity attended the quarterly con-
ference of the Methodist church at
Mosheim Sunday afternoon.
. Mr. Rady Lane and sister, Mrs.
Price Rose and ' children, returned
home Monday after an extended visit
to relatives and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Railsback
were trading in Clifton Saturday af-
Mr. and Mrs. J. Humphrey and
daughter, Miss Laura, visited relatives
at Womack Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Vickrey of
Walnut Springs were guests here
NEW FORDS DELIVERED
BY GILLIAM MOTOR CO.
New Fords have been delivered by
the Gililam Motor Co. to the follow-
ing in the last few days:
. Dr. T. C. Coston,
Miae Gabie Sue Carpenter,
Mrs. Fred Dahl,
Oscar Johnson. 1
REV. RYSTAD TO BE HONORED
On September 29, 1878— fifty years
ago—Rev. J. K. Rystad preached at
the old stone school house at Norse
for the first time, and thus began hi-
work as a pastor in Bosque county—
a work performed faithfully and wel.
for 47 years, until his retirement
three years ago.
Sunday the Texas Circuit of the N.
L. C. of America will gather at Our
•------- o. v. or America win gather at Our
Smtday of A- W. Vickrey and family. | Savior’s Lutheran Church to pay their
They came down to acompany their respects to the venerable pastor, and
little son and daughter home. (rejoice with him at the close of fifty
Mr. Carl Swenson who attends’ yesrs in the ministry.
Clifton high school, spent the week-
end here with his aunt, Mrs. A. T.
Tergerson, and family.
Mr. P. H. Barnett and family of
Alvarado are here picking cotton for
Mr. Oscar Bergman.
Mr. sndjfrs. John Roetschke and
Mr. and Ire Willard Moore visited in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Dagley near Crawford Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Tergerson en-
tertained the young people with a
singing Sunday night.
Da, the little daughter of M?> and
Mrs. Rob Gray has been on the sick
list thia week.
LECTURES FOE WOMEN ONLY
Mrs. Lynn Squires who hi traveling
with her husband and alternates with
him on the lecture platform, will on
Friday and Saturday afternoons of
this week give lectures to ladies only
at the City Auditorium from lour to
are free and all
aore invited to take advantage
FOR RENT—Two rooms unfur-
or partly furnished. A garden
you prefer. Cheap. See Mrs.
At n a% m. Rev. Rystad, now over
80 years of age, will preach in the
Norwegian language—occupying the
pulpit he filled for so many years
Rev. V. T. Jordahl of Dallar, no,.-
Rev. Rystad’s pastor, will have the
altar service. Rev, J. A. Urnes of
Cranfills Gap, a neighboring pastor
to Rev. Rystad for several years, will
preach at the open-air services for
those who cannot get into the church.
This service will be in English. Rev.
Larson will have the altar service.
An attempt will be made to seat all
those who were present fifty years
ago at the front of the church, in a
body. Mrs. Anna Odegaard and Prof
K. Danby-Olson will sing solos.
The Ladles of Cranfills Gup, Clifton
end Norse will serve dinner *t noon
In the afternoon greetings will be
brought to the Rystad famliy by the
pastors of all the churches of th-
Texas Circuit. .....- ••• •.
A very large gathering is expected
to be present to honor the consecrated
man who for so many years so faith-
fully served them as pastor.
Oliver Miller returned home from
the sanitarium the first of the week
after his operation for appendicitis;
ltp and is convalescing nicely.
FOR SATURDAY AND CASH ORLY
lbs. Fancy Peaberry Coffee for
3 lb. can 1869 Coffee for..... ...... ,
3 cans Pork and Beans for......fl39§
3 cans Black Eyed Peas for . ......
* - p-— any flavor in stock, Dove
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play “Cyclone Sally" on Friday night,
October 12th at the City Hall. The
play is a comedy in three acts by
Eugene Hafer and is said to be en-
tirely too good to miss. Family tick-
ets will be sold for $1,00 regardless
of “population" and prizes will be
given to the largest families in at-
tendance. Prizes will be awarded, the
authorities say, only after a careful
count and re-check in order to insure
a perfectly fair contest. Don’t forget
The Bosque County Teachers’ Insti-
tute will be held at Meridian again
this year on October 18, 19. The two
days institute has proven much more
satisfactory than the former five day
institute and saves three school days
for the children of Texas. Several
prominent educators and speakers
will address the teachers during these
Miss Celia Moore, state health
nurse, is here this week conducting a
physical examination of the children
in the elementary and grammar
schools. The purpose of this examina-
tion is to discover any possible phy-
sical defects in the children examined
and to recommend proper remeria!
action. The public schools and the
State of Texas can do no more im-
portant work than to undertake to
improve the health of ita future citi-
zens. The examination is being con-
ducted under the auspices of the local
Parent-Teacher Association. *
The schools of the country are fast
coming to realize the tremendous im
portahee of health education for chil-
dren, an education that will reach ev-
ery child in school. Educators are no
longer satisfied with a system which
benefits only those who play football,
basketball and baseball, and are seek-
ing a system which will convert the
spectators in the stands and on the
side-lines into active participants in
some kind of play. Every individual
U»e sake of his disposition and health.
The individual who plays is always
Greeks and Roman. *2$,
developed robust bodies and gave to
the world two of its greatest civiliza-
The local P. T. A. needs 260 mem-
bers this year and is conducting a
drive to secure this number. The or-
ganisation is doing a great work for
the children and the school and they
deserve your assistance. Place your
membership with them for the 1928
1929 season and help Clifton to have
the finest P. T. A. in Texas. It can
The high school football team lost
its first game of the season to Mexia
high school last Friday afternoon at
Mexia. The score was 18 to 0 for Mex
ia, but the locals played a fine game
against one of the strongest teams
in Central Texas. Mexia put three
different teams on the field against
the Cubs and benefited greatly from
the use of fresh players, although
their goal was i„ serioua danger rev
eral times after offenses ha^^Kl
launched by the Cubs. Clifton had
several chance, to maim a touchdown The business was to quilt
but costly fumbles and incompleted
----- broke up their chances. The
vaa played before a large
of fans and, on the whole, was
State vs. W. O. Burns, possession
of liquor* two cases, now on trial with
Hon. J. L. Bird of Walnut Springs
and Hon. Billiq Myers of Cleburne
defending the defendant.
State vsi Estell (Hass, bond for-
feited. ; r ■ > - 4
State vs. Floyd Pettus, assault to
commit robbery, plead guilty, verdict
of the jury, five yean in the pen.
State vs. Floyd Pettus, assault to
commit murder, plead guilty, verdict
of jury five years in the pen.
State vs. Sahg Price, assault to
commit robbery, plead guilty, verdict
ox jury five years in the pen.
State vs. Sang Price, aasualt to
commit murder, plead guilty, verdict
of jury two years in the pen.
Rev. F. E. Kirchner, pastor of the
Baptist Church and Deacon J. B.
Coleman Attended the Greater Baylor
Drive at Waco laft Monday. They re-
port having had a great time.
Rev. Ej E. Kirchner went up
Hico Tuesday where he preached
■' Mrs- w- B. Baxter who has been
for seven# days^wfth her daughter,
Mi“ who underwent an
operation in a sanitarium in Stophen-
ville a week or ten days ago, returend
home last Saturday. She reports that
Miss Bertha was just doing as well
as could be expected. .
Mias Juanita Rogers of Kopperl
was a guest in the home of Mrs. J.
B. Adams last 'vraek.
Andrew Lewis who had been attend-
ing the Texas Dental College at
Houston was with home folks last
Stanley Miles has accepted the
superintendency of the Elm Mott
school in Hill county.
Miss Mary fenton Hombockle left
the first of last week for Fort Worth
where she will be a student for Hie
next year in Texas Christian Univer-
Mr. ai?d Mrs. H. C. Odle were bus-
iness visitors ia Collin County last
week, where Mr. Odle has consider-
able farming interests.
Mr. Cottle of Kopperl was hare on
business Monday and Tuesday. He is
preparing to move to Meridian the
0. J. Tunnel] and Miss Mints Lay
last of the week. , ^
of Cisco were united in marriage at
the Methodist parsonage last Wed-
nesday. Rev. R. W. Nation, pastor of
the Methodist church, officiating.
Fred Schilo and Ernest Fellbaum,
officers of the society of the Sons of
Herman of S*n Antonio, were here
last week on business.
Miss Arabella Alexander who has
been'visiting her sister, Mrs. Tom
Murphine and her brother, Dr. Elmo
Alexander in California for the past
several weeks returned home last
SPECIAL PROGRAM AT
C THE BAPTIST CHURCH
Subject: “Missionary Work."
Scripture reading and devotional—
H. P. Jones.
Special Song—Mrs. Willard Mur-
phree and Mrs. W. W. Land.
A Fruit-Bearing Church—Jim
Special Song—Miss Margaret Land
Others—Miss Fannie Barton.
Special Song—Mr*. H. P. Jones.
Mrs. W. W. Land, J. T. Hill and P. L.
Why not Think of Others—D. M.
Special Song—Mrs. W. L. Forson
and Mrs. G. W. Murphree.
Special Violin Music-Miss Marga-
ret Land and D. M. Buck.
Special Song—Mr. Hulme, Mr Hill,
Mr. Caldwell and Mr. Ludwick.
Time—7:80 to 8:30 p. m.
the usual hour for worship.
. It will then be 50 years since Rev.
J. K. Rystad preached his installation
sermon in the Bosque county com-
munity; and we all want to celebrate
with him this unique event.
The ladies of all the congregations
present will serve luncheon at the
noon hour and there will also be a
festive program In the afternoon.
The North Ladies Society will meet
next Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.
Charley Nelson will entertain at the
home. &*".« /W'iSH
The confirm ants will be enrolled
Saturday morning this week (Sept.
29th) at 9 o’clock.
J. A. Urnes, , Pastor.
ST. OLAF LUTHERAN CHURCH
This congregation will worship M1Il w 8p€€av
NEWS OF THE WEEK
AT CLim COLLEGE
8ehool work at Clifton College is
progressing nicely. The new students
have settled down to effective work
And are adjusting themselves to their
new environment in a fashion that
augurs well fot this school year. The
old students are carrying on where
they left off last year, and are taking
over the responsibilities passed on to
them by those who have gone before,
in a creditable manner.
The^enrollment continues to grow.
The school is now enjoying record
•nroQment for this time of the year#
The third wek shows a ten per cent
increase over the enrollment of the
corresponding time of last year.
Others are expected.
Coach Pederson gets his “Fightin’
Cats” into action at Brenham on Fri-
day this week, meeting Blinn Memo-
rial College. This year’s team again
lacks weight, but ia speedy and
their hands full.
0. J. Tunnell to Mias Mints Lay.
Vollie Stephons to Mrs. Ora Vin-
Weston Newton to Miss Eula Mae
Arthur M. Anderson to Miss Oiena
G. A. Knudson.
Louie Cash to Miss Hilda Lick.
WUlie Forrest to Mis, Cora Shaver.
We want to buy your bees wax and
hides—Ross Helton. tfc
P. T. A. NOTES
In the National Parent-Teacher
Magazine we find the following:
“The purpose of the Parent-Teach-
Is not to raise children easier, but
to raise them better.
Js not to make money, but to
lives. M 1 * - s
Is not to criticize the home, but to
raise its standards.
Is not to ignore bad schools, but to
secure good ones.
Is not to operate in schools, but to
eo-oparate with them.
Is not to find fault, but to find
la not to make every child a prodigy
but to give Kim a chance."
In accordance with the adage “It
is better to prevent than to cure,"
the P. T. A. is thia week sponsoring
port of her findings will appear in
next week's Record. -Pub, Com.
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Alemite Greasing plant installed.
First word in greasing cara. At Gil-
liam Motor Co.
WOMAN’S MISSIONARY SOCIETY
On Monday, Sept. 17th. The Wo-
man’s Missionary Society of the Meth-
odist Church met in social and bus-
iness session with Mr*. Ron Helton
quilts. When cold winds begin to blow
the Methodist ladies’ thoughts
towaid warm qullta of which
have finished quite a number.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
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2-lb. Package of Raisins ..
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Baldridge, Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, September 28, 1928, newspaper, September 28, 1928; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth776550/m1/1/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.