The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, October 15, 1937 Page: 4 of 8
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WILL MEET OCTOBER
The Adult Meal Service Class will
not meet on Wednesday, October 20,
as that is P.T.A. meeting date.
At the next meeting October 27,
the third year class will prepare and
serve a buffet luncheon to the class.
All adults that desire to come please
call or see Miss Link before Monday,
October 25. There will be a small
fee of 20c to cover the cost of food.
ST. JOHN’S EVANGELICAL
CHURCH NEAR CAYOTE
per inch ...
er this section on Saturday
up again Tuesday night
has thoroughly soaked
t with fine slowly falling
he amount of several inches.
i people figure it would be lots
and a great privilege to be
head of or own a business—
most cases that might be
the bills start rolling in.
between State and Federal
ting regulations were re-
Tuesday in a bill passed by
slature and signed by the
fixing the open season Sept.
Nov. 16, with certain excep-
BETTER YARD CONTEST
Pretty yards! advertise a town.
Have you done your part by entering
your yard in the Civic Contest for at-
tractive and improved yards? Enter
your yard now and encourage the
H. Baur, Pastor
The regular Sunday morning ser-
vice will be held at 10:30 a. m. Im-
mediately thereafter the quarterly
congregational meeting will take
Remember to return the pledge
cards as soon as possible, for plans of
the new year must soon be made.
WEDS 8th HUEBAND AND SEEKS
DIVORCE THREE DAYS LATER
Peoria, 111, Oct. 6.—Virginia Over-
shiner, 26-year-old beauty contest
winner who took Richard Raymond
for her eighth husband on Sunday,
filed suit for divorce Wednesday. She
The bride whose full name is Vir-
ginia Overshiner Patterson, Anony-
mous Starke Seeger Gilbert Kahn
Cogswell Raymond (she won’t tell
the name of anonymous) said Ray-
mond, 307year-old orchestra leader,
struck her in a Chicago hotel Sunday
night and in a Peoria hotel Tuesday.
ST. OLAF LUTHERAN CHURCH
OF CRANFILLS GAP
Sunday, Oct. 17:
Services at St. Olaf Lutheran
Church will be omitted this Sunday
Everyone urged to attend Clifton
College Fortieth Anniversary Cele-
bration at College auditorium Sunday
forenoon and afternoon.
Monday, 7:30 p. m. Male chorus.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Mixed choir.
Saturday, 9 a. m. Catechetical
Walter J. Maakestad, Pastor.
men brought into the world as
by Dr. Charles A. Tindall of
lie, Ind., served as pallbear-
at his funeral Tuesday. .They
among the 3,217 babies deliv-
by the doctor during fifty years
. typical American is a fellow who
a pretty young lady waitress a
for serving him a fifty cent
r for a dollar, away from home,
!: at home complains of the service
little girl renders him when he
dating a ten-cent chili.
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successful politician some
to think they must declare
for labor, a friend of the
,nd some go so far as to be
>ition in one section and
it in another. Not knowing
about politics this para-
would not venture to say
might prove the better plan to
Prediction that the Federal Gov-
ernment will eventually take over
traffic safety enforcement was made
by Capt. Roy Richburg of the Dallas
police department in a safety talk to
the Dallas Teachers’ Club at its
weekly luncheon Tuesday. “Federal
regulation would have, at least, the
virtue of establishing uniformity in
safety enforcement all over the Na-
tion,:’ said Captain Richburg. He ad-
ded the thought that Federal courts
and Federal highway control would
Sloan Allen and Miss Maudie Lee
Julius E. Gustafson and Miss Dor-
othy Marie Hastings.
C. B. Newton and Miss Minnie B.
BUS TO CARRY MAIL
Waco, Texas, Oct. 9.—After Sun-
day, all inbound and outbound mail
for Oglesby, Coryell county, will be
handled by bus, it is announced. The
mail for that place, for fifty-five
years, has been transported by the
Cotton Belt railway out of Waco.
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
Sunday, October 17:
Sunday School at 9:30 this Sunday.
The Sunday School will be dismissed
half an hour before the services at
the College auditorium begins. This
will give all present at Sunday School
time to attend the services at College.
There will be no services at our
church this Sunday.
The congregation is invited to wor-
ship at the services at College both
in the morning and afternoon.
Choir rehearsal Thursday night.
The classes meet at the usual hours
O. T. Boe, Pastor.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Hayden Edwards, Pastor
The evening service will be held[ in
connection with the Preaching Mis-
sion of the First Presbyterian Church.
The service will begin at seven-
thirty'! The Methodists welcome Rev.
Marshall Doggett, of Calvert to our
city. His messages are helpful and
inspiring. The' membership of our
church is invited to support the ser-
vices by their attendance and pray-
The Pastor will preach at ’ eleven
Sunday morning. The Church School
convenes at ten. Let every member
be present at the church Sunday
for these two important worship and
study service. Let each one do his
or her pgrt
Conference is around the corner-
November 10th. Have you taken care
of your financial responsibility for
the year? See your steward and
this now. You do plan to make your
contribution. Why not do it now?
Strangers in our city and our
friends are always welcome in our
services. Come and bring your friends
and visitors of the week-end to your
CHURCH IN WOMACK
OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN
CHURCH OF NORSE
Ed and Hugo Kuklies of f’ottsville
spent Monday and Tuesday, in the
home of their sister, Mrs.- Henry
Sammann and family.
Last Monday the County Commis-
sioners Court called a county-wide
election to make .selling of beer il-
legal, when petitions signed by many
more names of qualified voters than
necessary were presented to the
court. The election date was set for
Saturday, Oct. 30.
Mrs. William Peed and little son,
Billie, of Gladewater, Texas, and her
mother, Mrs. L. H. McKay of Bards-
town, Kentucky, who have been here
on a visit in the home of Mrs. Chas.
R. Nelson, their sister and daughter,
respectively, left Wednesday for
Gladewater. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson ac-
companied them as far as Waco on
Sunday, Oct. 17:
There will be no Sunday School
and no services in our church here
We are all invited to unite in the
40th anniversary service at the Clif-
ton College auditorium at 11 a. m.
Dinner will be served by the Ladies’
An interesting program is also ar-
ranged for the afternoon. See other
notice in this paper.
The Harmony Ladies’ Aid will meet
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Tilda
M. Anderson and Mrs. E. C. Bergman
at the Anderson home.
Class instruction Saturday at
9 a. m.
P. E. Thorson, Pastor.
This Sunday School will meet
the regular time, 9:30 a. m. The Eng-
lish worship service will be held
7:30 p. m. to which you are cordially
The young people will meet imme-
diately after the Sunday night ser-
The Ladies’ Aid invites members
and friends of the congregation for
a night of social fellowship Wednes-
day, October 20th. Members of the
Aid are requested to bring cake or
sandwiches. A short entertainment
will be presented.
The readers and friends of our de-
nominational church papers are re-
quested to renew their subscriptions
with either of the members of the
committee: The Mmes. O. Eckert and
TAX COLLECTOR’S NOTICE
CONDITIONS BEING FAVORABLE, I WILL BE AT THE^FOL
LOWING PLACES ON DATES DESIGNATED FOR THE PURPOSE
OF COLLECTING TAXES:
Kopperl, at Bank .......,..................................-...........-..... Saturday, Oct. 2;
Eulogy, at Johnston’s Store .......................................... Monday, Oct. 21
Steiner, Cole Store (9 to %2) n..................................... Tuesday, Oct. 2<
Kimbell, McCullough’s Store (9 to 12) ................ Wednesday, Oct. 21
Womacks Hater’s Store . .............:■■■■-■............. Thursday, Orti’jgf
Valley Mills, Bank ................................ Friday* Saturday, Oct. 29-8(
Cayote, Aars Store ...................................................... Wednesday, Nov. J
Roswell, Church House ........................................-........ Thursday, Nov. 4
Morgan, Rogers Drug Store .................. Friday & Saturday, Nov. 5-(
Mosheim, Narmour’s Store ............................................ Monday, Nov. 8
Cranfills Gap, at Bank ....!............................................... Tuesday, Nov. S
Norse, Corner Garage ..........................................,. Wednesday, Ndv. 1C
Walnut Springs, Forster’s Office ........ Friday & Saturday, Nov. 12-13
Clifton, at Bank.............................:...... Friday and Saturday, Nov. 19-20
Iredell, at Bank .................................... Friday & Saturday, Nov. 26-2?
SPECIAL ATTENTION is called to payment of Delinquent Taxes.
Thanking you in advance for your usual kindness, I am
“AT YOUR SERVICE”
D. PRESTON HORNBUCKLE
ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR OF TAXES, BOSQUE COUNTY
ST. JAMES LUTHERAN
CHURCH OF MOSHEIM
RIDS COTTON OF FLEA
HOPPERS WITH SULPI
Sunday, Oct. 17:
Sunday School and Bible Class at
9:30 a. m.
Divine service in the German lan-
guage at 10:30 a. m.
A cordial welcome to worship with
i is extended to all.
Fred. Mgebroff, Pastor.
* Congressman W. R. Poage an-
nounced while in Clifton for his Clif-
ton College address Thursday that in
response to the requests made by
him and other Southern Congress-
men, the Department of Agriculture
day before yesterday issued Amend-
ment No. 1 to its general Agriculture
Adjustment Administration orders,
extending the time during which far-
mers who sold their cotton during
August or September might file their
sales certificates and providing that
these certificates may be filed up to
October 30th. This moves the origi-
nal deadline from September 30th to
October 30th, and will give many far-
mers who failed to get their certif-
icates filed in time an opportunity to
participate in the 3c parity payments
offered by the Government on 65 per
eent of the base production. This is
particularly important to the farmers
of Central Texas as much of our crop
was out and sold before the farmers
realized that these certificates must
The Record this week had one of the
greatest responses from its subscrib-
ers in the way of renewals that it has
had in a long while. And not being
able to mention all of them in this
issue of the paper, for need of time
and space, it was thought best to
leave out all mention of any of them
at this time. It is certainly fine to have
the, support^ of many hundreds of
subscribers, and especially the kind
that continues on our subscription
IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH
Sunday, October 17:
9:30 a. m. Sunday School and Bible
10:30 a. m. Missionfest service in
2:30 p. m. Missionfest service in
English language. Rev. L. J. Werner
of Copperas Cove, Texas, will deliver
both messages. The collection will be
for Texas home-mission.
1:30 p. m. Saturday, catechetical
G. A. Obenhaus, Pastor.
Our church was signally blessed by
having the privilege of entertaining
the annual meeting of our Assocition.
The reports, messages, plans and
programs, fellowship were great. We
are indeed grateful to the good la-
dis of our church who made it pos-
sible for us to have the cream of our
workers with us the past two days.
We are setting Sunday week, Oct.
24, as Pledge Day for the budget of
our church. Let every member pray-
erfully consider his obligation to the
church and be ready to pledge his
part of the support on this day.
The W.M.S. will meet next Monday
afternoon, 3 o’clock, at the church
for the regular missionary program,
Mrs. O. W. Hix in charge.
Let every member of our church
find his place in the ranks of service.
Surely we will not desert the ranks
of service in God’s Kingdom. The
Sunday School, B.T.U., Brotherhood,
W.M.U. are all calling for volunteers
for service. Enlist next Sunday.
G. B. Kendall, Pastor.
ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN CHURCH
Sunday, Oct. 17:
There will be no morning services
Divine service in the English lan-
guage at 7:30 p. m.
A cordial welcome to worship with
us is extended to all.
Saturday, Oct. 16:
The Confirmation Class meets in
the church at 9 a. m.
Fred. Mgebroff, Pastor.
By dusting 200 pounds of sul(
on 32 acres of cotton for flea hop]
earlier in the year, C. L. Sine
renter on the' S. B. Powell farm,
miles south of Kopperl, increased
cotton by two bales this fall.
The first indication of the flea 1
per on the Sinclair cotton was sh
when the tiny squares on the co
began turning black or brown
dropping from the plant. Since
sulphur was applied thoroughly, <
one dusting was necessary. The
plication was made by shaking
sulphur from a fine sack over'
Mr. Sinclair estimated the cost
the sulphur at 4c per pound, w
his profit for this small expendil
was two extra bales of cotton wl
he would not have made otherwi
More than 400 railroad trains in the
U. S. are operated on schedules of
60 miles per hour or faster.
The first practical electric Is
was patented by Thomas Edison
January 27, 1880.
GROCERY AND MEAT VALUES
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Considerable acreage in this sec-
tion had already been sown in grain
before the rains of this week set in,
and those farmers who felt the urge
to wait until the rain to sow, may
now do so when the ground is dry
enough and have the assurance that
there is plenty of moisture to bring
it up; and in time for good winter
grazing for the livestock. The low
price of cotton this year may cause
an increase of small grain acreage
for next year—and those who are
guessing may miss again, but it is
certain a fellow must keep trying.
A WINDOW not entirely
closed fails to serve its pur-
pose in stormy weather—
an incomplete insurance
plan, with even one policy
inadequate or perhaps one
risk not insured, does not
soundly protect your busi-
ness and property.
For sound protection you require insurance
that is comprehensive—ask this agency to plan
& TUCKER INSURANCE AGENCY
— Telephone 129 — Jack Tucker
“COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE”
Nice and Red
While they last
K. B. O
It’s fresh O
10 Lbs* 49
Rolled. 1U |7r
No bone. No waste AD* let/
SUMMER 1U IQ.
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PART WOOL $ J cg5
Extra Large Size. All
Popular Colors I ,
$2.25 value ....
Size 6 to 11 . .
10 yards .
JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF KEG HOLLAND STYLE
HERRING. THE PRICE IS REASONABLE.
Don’t Forget The Central Texas Fair
November 18th, 19th, 20th
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Baldridge, Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, October 15, 1937, newspaper, October 15, 1937; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth777979/m1/4/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.