The Hopkins County Echo (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 77, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 6, 1952 Page: 4 of 16
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THE HOPKINS COUNTY ECHO, SULPHUR SPRINGS, TEXAS FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1952.
Miss Alta Bradberry of Dallas
spent the holiday week-end here
with her parents.
Mrs. S. B. McCoy of Kilgore, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. V, N.
Bufkin of Greenpond.
Mrs. Florence Cotney is confli-
ed/to her home at Yantis with the
Tech-Sgt. and Mrs. Gilbert
Wright and son of Wichita Falls
are visiting relatives here for
Mrs. Will Dosier of Forney has
returned to her home after a visit
here with her daughter, Mrs. C.
Mrs. Ida Galloway has returned
from Dallas where she has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. W.
Loaf man and family.
C. H. MtCorkle is in Dallas at-
tending the annual meeting of the
North Texas Conference of Metho-
dist Churches convening at First
Mrs. Jeff Anderson, city, has
been admitted to Phillips Clinic
in Greenville following a heart
attack. She is reported to he quite
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Vanland-
Ingham of Midland, visited her
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Will Glover,
Thursday, and returned home Fri-
Mrs. Hal Almgren, the former
Helon Flippin. of Delano, Calif,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dewey
Clifton, and Mr. Clifton and oth-
er relatives here.
Mrs. Ssm Smithy of Greenville
visited friends here Tuesday.
Little Miss Cynthia Ann Eden is
sble to be up after being confined
to her home with the mumps.
Miss Teek Conner of Muskogee^
Okla., Is visiting her sisters, Mrs.
Frank Wester and Mrs. W. M.
Taylor for several days.
Jnck Ramey, student of State
University, Austin, is visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ramey
for the summer vacation.
Mrs. G. R. Patterson of 900 Jef-
ferson,,has returned from a visit
with her children, grandchildren
and other relatives in West Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Swindell and
daughter of Dallas are spending
their vacation with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carmack, and
will also visit in Nacogdoches.
Miss Mildred Alexander is here
from Dallas, where she teaches
school, to spend the summer vaca-
tion with her sisters, Misses Grace
and Gladys Alexander.
Miss Claris Conner of Dallas
spent the week-end with her pa-
rents at Como.
Little Miss Nancy Harrison of
Tyler is spending the summer here
with her father, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Ann Carpenter has return-
ed to her home in Plano after a
week’s visit here with Misses Mary
and Martha Brice.
Judy Ann Wallace of Dallas is
visiting her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. O. M. Hurley.
David Rorie, son of Mr.
J. D. Rorie, is confined
on ConnaHy street
with the mumps.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Perkins
and son, Joe Billy, and Misses
Rose and I.ou Tramel spent Sun-
day in Dallas.
Mrs. Dan Cshalan and son, Jim-
my, are here from Harlingen,
where she has been teaching, to
spend the summer at their home.
^Mr. and Mrs. Than Seaman and
niece, Carolyn Boyd have gone
to Mineral Wells for several days
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Vick have
moved from 820 Whitworth to
their newly constructed home on
Kenneth Smith left Friday for
Culbertson, Montana, where he
will be employed during the sum-
Mr. and Mrs. Van roe Howard
and children, Max and Sandra, of
Graham are visiting her mother,
Mrs. C. W. Mahaffey and Mr.
Ralph Gilbreath, employee of
The Echo Publications, has been
admitted to the Veterans Hospital
in McKinney for observation and
treatment following several weeks
Bill Tramel, who has been un-
dergoing medical treatment In
Medical Arts Hospital for several
days, was able to be removed to
his home here Monday; however
he will return to Dallas later in
the week for1 a check-up.
Mr. and Mrs. bernard Cagle
and daughter, Lynne Marie, have
returned to their home in Dumas,
after spending the Memorial Day
week-end with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. H. Cagle of Sulphur
Springs and Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Bennett of Commerce. Mr. Cagle
is employed with the American
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Murray
Campbell and children, Ronny,
Terry Bob and Cynthia, and Mr.
Campbell’s grandmother, Mrs.
John Campbell, visited the State
Park at Daingerfield, Sunday aft-
J. A. Moss is reported to
slightly improved at his home on
Connally street, where he has
been confined by illness for some
Miss Ann Patrick has returned
to Commerce where she attends
ETSTC, after several days visit
here with her grandfather, John
Mrs. W. T. Benton has been
called to Dallas to be with her
daughter, Mrs. Roscoe Parker.
Mr. Parker, who has been serious-
ly ill is reported to be improved.
Mrs. G. L. Steed of 711 Brink-
er, underwent major surgery in
a Mt. Pleasant hospital Monday.
Mrs. Steed is reported to be do-
Charles Gilreath, student of
Southern Methodist University, is
here to spend the summer vaca-
tion with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Walling, Jr., of South-
western Medical School in Dal-
las is spending the summer here
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. 0.
Mrs. Charles Riley of Dallas has
returned to her home after a visit
with her mother, Mrs. C. L. Mur-
rie and her sisters, Mrs. Lela Paul
and Mrs. Charles Kistenmacher.
Mrs. H. W. Spivey, who under-
went surgery several days ago at,
Memorial Hospital, is reported to
Pfc. Kenneth McMahan of Ft
Riley, Kansas, arrived Saturday
for an eight-day furlough with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. Patrick
of Longview, were here Tuesday
visiting her father, John E. Lilly
and her brother, Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Thomas Lilly.
Rev. and Mrs. Earl Jonea and
Rev. and Mrs. Earl Harvey are in
Dallas attending the annual North
Texas Conference of Methodist
Mrs. Doris Harker of Dallas was
a week-end visitor in the home
of MR'and Mrs. Jack Collins. Mrs.
Collins and children accompanied
Mrs. Marker to Dallas Monday,
fu'i _ .
Mk and Mrs. Gilbert Hester and
son, Henry, of Ft Worth, were
guests of her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Tapp, during the
Miss Lou Jane Pogue, student
of TSCW, Denton, is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Pogue between semesters of the
School. She has as her guest, Mike
Humphries, of Dallas.
Miss Glenna Jo Lawrence, who
has been connected with the De-
Kalb school system during the
past school year, is here to spend
the summer vacation with her
mother, Mrs. Louella Lawrence,
North Davis street.
Authorised Chevrolet service.
Gene Garrison, student of Tex-
as A. & M. College, arrived dur-
ing the week-end to spend the
summer vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Garrison,
and his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rex
Foster’s Dept. Store
Fred Rhodes and son, Gilmer
and gf|pd*on, Daryl Rhodes of
Abilenejtre here for a visit with
his narmts, Mr. and Mrs. I X.
Rhodes and other members of the
family. Mr. Rhodes is reported to
be not so well the last few days
following a long illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Hank Harrington
and daughter, Kathryn Anne, have
returned to their home in Ft.
Worth following a two week's va-
cation visit here with their par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Harring-
ton and Mr. and Mrs, Bob Spring-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gafford and
daughter and Mrs. E. T. Gafford
have returned from a vacation
trip to Los Angeles, Calif., and
other points of interest.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Craft have
returned to their home in Lubbock
after a visit here with his mother,
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ritchie. Doris
Craft accompanied them home for
an extended visit with friends and
relatives in Lubbock.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Buchanan
and daughters, Miases Gladys and
Grace, and Mr, and Mrs. Bill
Wood have returned to their home
in Abilene after being here to at-
tend the funeral of Mrs. Andrew
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Williams
McKinney announce the birth
a son. The baby* is the grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams and
a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Oran
Jackson of this city. Mrs. Williams
is the former Mary Ruth Ward.
Leonard F. Cowden, of Amarillo,
Executive Vice President of CCA
is in Sulphur Springs on business
with the Red Star Fertilizer Com-
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hoenig
and sons, Ronnie and Tommie of
Harlingen, are visiting her moth-
er, Mrs. Elsie Long, and other
Mrs. Robert Reid, student of
ETSTC, Commerce, is spending
several days here with her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Royal R. Ramey
between semesters of school.
Wylie Mac Kimmons has return-
ed from Austin where he has been
attending the University of Austin.
His mother, Mrs. D. B. Kimmons,
who has keen residing in Austin
while he was in school, has also
Mrs. W. T. Knox and Miss Vir-
ginia Knox were in Lone Oak Fri-
day evening to attend the gradua-
tion of their grandson and ne-
phew- Neal Knox from eighth
grade into high school.
Mrs. Marion Smith Is leaving
Thursday for Arlington to join
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Smith, Jr.,
and Sandra. They will go to Phoe-
nix, Arizona for a visit with their
daughter and sister, Cspt. and
Mrs. E. R. Walker and family.
Allen Ray Helm, Mrs. L. A.
Williams and Mrs. Mattie Betts
visited in Garland during the
’■ycek-end, guests of Mr. and Mrs.
larlin Gafford and daughter;
Jimmy Gideon, who is employed
with the Interstate Drilling Com-
pany, Artesia, New Mexico was
here for a visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Gideon during
the Memorial Day week-end.
In Barracks Fight
San Diego, California, June 4
-A soldier from East Texas has
been charged with manslaughter
In the death of another army pri-
vate in California.
A 26-year-old private from
Kirkwood, Missouri, Robert Hoot-
man, died following a fight in the
Camp Pendleton Marine Corps
Charged in the death is Private
Leon Delaner Franklin, age 23,
Of Palestine, Texas. Franklin is
the son of Mrs. Clydia Maye
Franklin of Dallas and Alexander
Howard Franklin of San Antonio.
James Froneberger is spending
several days here with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Froneberger
before going to Baytown where he
will be employed with the Humble
Oil Company. Froneberger has
just graduated from Texas Uni-
versity’s College of Engineering
with a Bachelor of Science degree
in civil engineering.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Long of Miller
Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn
Long of Sulphur Springs were in
Ft. Worth over the week-end to
attend open installation of offi-
cers for the ensuing year of North
Ft. Worth Chapter No. 684 Order
of Eastern Star, where their
daughter and sister, Mrs. Jack
Bishop was installed as an officer.
Authorised Chevrolet service.
Fee tory .trained Meehanici. Mar.
sell Chevrolet Ce. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rushing of
Longview, spent Sunday with
their uncle and aunt, Mr. snd Mrs.
Bryant McKinney and their
grandmother, Mrs. W. D. Baird.
Barbara Sue McKinney, cousin of
Mrs. Rushing, accompanied them
home for a two week’s visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Irons of Ar-
lington were week-end guests of
their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Payne. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Irons,
of Mt. Vernon were also visitors
in Sulphur Springs.
A revival meeting will be held
at the Rockdale Baptist Church
beginning Saturday evening June
to min i>-'
it Services will be held each even-*
ing during the week beginning at
I The pastor, Rev. J. H. Anthony
will be doing the preaching.
Everyone has > cordial invitation
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Mrs. A. W. Adams and daughter
Dorothy have returned from Little
Rock, Ark., where they have been
visiting their daughter and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Howard and
family. Mrs. Howard and two
daughters Mickey and M'Lizabeth
returned for a short visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rayburn
James, 2011 Bluebird avenue. Ft.
Worth, announce the birth of a
son, Tuesday evening, June 3, at
Harris Memorial Hospital. The
young man weighed seven and one-
half pounds at birth and has been
named James Randall James. Hil
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Moelk of Ft. Worth and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry James, Sul-
phur Springs. He and his mother,
the former Vera Marie Moelk, will
observe joint birthdays in the fu-
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Frailey, F. W. & Woosley, Joe. The Hopkins County Echo (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 77, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 6, 1952, newspaper, June 6, 1952; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth780664/m1/4/: accessed September 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.