The Llano News. (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1933 Page: 1 of 8
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The Llano News.
THE LLANO NEWS, LLANO, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 27. 192:;
LLANO LOST TO FREDERICKS- CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AP- ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND LBS FINANCING OF HAMILTON DAM
BURG BY SCORE OF 13 TO 3
POINTS NEW COMMITTEES MOHAIR. SHIPPED FROM LLANO
-- | — 'V
Tuesday morning white the Cham-' ^fle largest single shipment of
STILL BEFORE R. F. C. BOARD
A letter received yesterday by the
10D0 her of Commerce directors were in mollair ever made from this point, ^ews Erom B g regies, prMdeut
Junction 2, Mason IT.
San Kaba 3, Brady 3.
Schedule for April 30
Fredericksburg at Mason.
Han Saba at Brady.
Junction with New Club,
Last Sunduy ttu* local ball team
went to Fredericksburg to play aa
exhibition game with the Giants of
607 session, President P. L. Barker ap- weQt out this week, when Pat Mar-
500 pointed two new committee. One is ’‘had sold and loaded for delivery
250 u legislative committee imposed of,c,ae hundred thousand pounds of
000 T. Y. Hill, chairman: W. W. Wat- Boat fleece to a Boston firm.
kins, ('has. Miliiger and T. J. Moore, I Tbe Price received for this large
; whose duty it will lie to not oniy stay shipment has not been made public,
the Fegles Construction Company
advised that his concern was still
hard at work, endeavoring to secure
i. federal loan through the R. F. C.
for the completion of the Hamilton
Dam on the Colorado river here.
in close touch with legislative work, hut the market has been advancing ««_ ,. ... . . , H
. . ,„,h ur.ifiin-H f„r tie- nw few * ‘ '*d -he received injuries resulting in forestry and other outdoor projects
hut to advise with our representa- ou *ucu Proauce ior tne past tew Company ha? devoted and J 5
DEATH OF MRS, H. T. DUNCAN COUNTY ENTITLEO TO 11 MEN
- V IN CONSERVA7 lON PROGRAM
Wednesday morning. April 26, at —
cue-fifty o’clock, Mrs. H. T. Duncan M. M, Men- chairma: the relief
passed into the lit-- eternal after an work committee in tins county, is in
lliness of four days. Mrs, Duncan’s teeeip: of , letter from Governor
death was due to bunts which she F-rguson relative to the President’s
v. - ved lost Friday afternoon, whih- Emergency ( .nservat: -n Work pro-
vi r.tng at -he home of her .-on, Roh -'«n. together with Instructions, etc.
i-r. T. Duncan. Her garments were Mr. Moss announced today that ap-
cauaht by the flames of an open Hr plications for enrollment in the
and before they could be extinguish- Emergency Conservation Work m
tives as to what is desired In this weeks, consequently it is safe to say
| part of the state, and hold itself iu a n*Ct“ uiargin of profit will be
j readiness to approve or oppose any IT'ade from this shipment,
and all legislation coming up for con- The mohair crop of this county and
■'deration at this time. surrounding territory has been extra
The other committee will be knot
good recently and the several buyers
here state that much of the fleece
now devoting, the time of outstand-
ing men and lias speut considerable
cash backing up their belief in the
soundness of the proposition.
The letter had that tone of optim-
; ism in it, although he said that dur-
1 tdeath, which ov urred at the Dun- would be re elved at Relief head-
( an home near Liuno where she has quarters in Llano, beginning Satur-
tt sided for thirty-five years. day. April 29.
Mrs. Duncan, who before her mar- Tile Chairman further stated that
rlag -, was Miss Harriet Charlotte for the time being applications would
l.ibs e:. was born in Missouri on Jail- be held in the lo< at )fifce and that
eery 22. 1957. She came to Texas !rppr.oved applicants would be advis-
the Hill County League. The Cow- been coming iu. especially after ’V"" !with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James ed later as to where to report for
boys came home in the short end of
a score of 12 to 3.
For two innings the two clubs
batted on even terms, but the heavy
hitters for the Giants broke loose
with live hits, mixed in with an er-
ror for four runs and the ball game *
Paul McUmd drove one of Sanders’ of un'*n,pl°y“d
fast balls fur into center field for a
home run and the first run of the
game in the second inning. Manager
Taylor was the only Llano player to
register more than one safety during
the game. Ail the Fredericksburg
players hud a good day at bat ex-
cept Peter, who failed to hit. Knott
hit n long homer in the seventh iu-
King, after getting a triple in the
third. The fielding of P McLeod,
lleatherly, Recti E. Klaerner, Kott
and Peter wag fast and faultless.
Paul McLeod, Llano catcher, had
Lis thumb on his throwing hand
ministration nothing was done and It (,.feou at the of tvvo Thp fam. physical examination.
V.- beyond Question to secure any L S(jtt,e(1 |n the jower part 0f the1 Under the instruction given Mr.
i-Vd for a long while. ! r" ion. cither fuvoiin., oi le |co,fllty where Mrs. Duncan lived until Moss, it states that Llano county will
Of course the quotations at this1,. hl pro-u** ”-'1 tllJ 'iwy j_er marriage. She wa3 ttie widow of be entitled to employment for 11 un-
. . time are far below the prices paid in j “[’ ,osevelt h*8 *°ne m clle ’an**jth late H. T. Duncan, a man promt- married men who are American citi-
, the balmy days of a few years back ~ v ..as p‘a ric-ut in pioneer affairs in Llano coun- sens, between the ages of 18 and 25,
furnish employment for the , B uajM o. a i w y.ai* "a.* caUy a!1 the t!me of the R F c Board
I but the present gains are indeed en
and W. H. Wallace. It will be re- th” rnarket 8howed some *ahl over
membered that the Federal Govern- t,le d‘iple’ited prl,'e8 whkh have eJt’
ment .s makiug liberal appropria-
tion all over the laud for the promo
Lon of self liquidating project in
land. Texas is Jo receive eighty mil-
lion dollars of this money, and if our
county secures Its share we will have
to outline and promote some proposi-
tion which will prove self liquidating
in the long run, and It will be the
duty of this commltee to work out
such a program. These gentlemen and expei.»d t
are inviting the suggestions of any-
one. In fart, they are quite eager for
suggestion^ as they have their hands !
full in this work.
it has been suggested by many
that a large swimming pool on the j
river would be the
ty. The marriage of Harriet Char- who are on th*? relief rolls and who
I01*’1 iiVer’"lJ ,r': ;' u fr'r- I“s'1 i: * j !o«t- Gibson and H. T. Duncan took have dependants either in the county
,n June 4, 1S74 at Pecan Creek cr elsewhere whom they are willing
1 The appii aL
Mr. Marschall stated that his pur- ... . . . , ,
chases of mohair had extended ail . ’ ^ ' V. ' i ‘': r!; wl-.ere Rev. J. )7. Moore oftb - /.o help support
over the Llano trade territory, and ‘ ‘ ^ ‘ " " 1 a'ed. To that union were born eleven A cash allowance of *30.00 a month
that it hud been some task to accum-
ulate this much mohair at one time, j
but that lie was still it; the market,
make some heavy
purchases in wool during the pres
LIVESTOCK MEETING AT COURT
HOUSE NEXT (MONDAY, 3:00 P. V.
but .lt has been through the examiner
stages, and action can be prompt,
once ‘he pressure of emergency mat-:
i ters I
i tinning with four members, and there
jure ample unappropriated funds,” the
I The president of this construction
| company said that they could make
_ j no prediction of what the outcome
G VV, Barnes, Beef Cattle Special-, w°uld be. nor when, but firmly be-
most plausible . oE th(! A aml M Extension Serv- j that the worthiness of the pro- J ^
knocked out of Joint in the third in- project that might be offered, because u will be in Llano several days next1 i«ct *11! nierlt the Board's favorable
a small admission fee could be chars? ‘week to assist in selection of the 4 H >'ttion.
r5, whereby the receipts would event- j Club calves as well as to meet with
uaiiy pay for the amount expended tixt ranchmen and aid them in their
by the government at this time. ! ranch management problems.
However there may be many other j a special meeting of all ranchmen
a,dig and had to retire from the game
He will probably be out of the game?
for three weeks. Llano has tiled ap
plication for re-entering the league
and if accepted, Junction will play
on the local dlamoud next Sunday
Other games in the league wdll b»-
Krederit-ksburg at Mason and
Saba at Brady
Mason last Sunday
It resolves itself into the matter of
►imply waiting and se^ Just what the
>utcome will be.
• - meeting of the I,lan3
'oinmerce held Tuesday
projects of a sounder and more worth]
cause, consequently the committee i-
tleslrous of knowing just what th:
who are interested In promoting a
better type of cattle for Liuno Coun-
ty is being called at which time Mr.
Junction won over public might want. But ut nay rate Barnes wilt discuss the value of ad-
by the shutout we must do something In order to se-j vcrtislng Llano cattle through the
wore of 2 to (h and promise to give cure our share of this eighty million
'nil clubs in the League plenty of com dollars, or else we will ait by and
medium of fed out calves.
A special county organization com
petition during the remainder of the ice great improvements made iu other j p< sed of ranchmen is being planned
1 counties while we are struggling with
AD R H PO A E the proposition of looking after the
needs of many who have been unfor-
tunate enough to be caught in the
Reed, 3 b
Muiher, rt ......
E. Brewer, c _.
t . Brewer, R p
Jj. McLeod, as
t unings, lb
Van Huss, p
E. Klaerner, rf ..
1„ Klett, If
H. Klaerner, cf
1*. Klaerner, lb
Enderltn, c .
to promote this work which has here-
tofore been sponsored by the local
Chamber of Commerce. The cattle
i alters are the people most directly
j U-nefltted and It should be them who
Let’s work out somehting whereby J t ike the initiative in promoting the
Annual Club Calf Show. If the w’ork
children. They are: Mrs. John Rob- from date of enrollment to the ex-
♦ t!s of C’arrlzzo, New Mexico; Mrs. piration of the six months will be
I d Crownover of Llano: Mrs. Lori yiven each approved applicant, but
relieved. The Board u fun,!’ j iju)t,on 0f Marble Falls: James Dui>- the applicant is supposed to make a
■ •■an, deceased: Jonas Duncan, deceaje- certain allotment of this salary to his
.Mr- Phillip Alirlett of Llam**v idependant. The Government believes
Wayne Duncan of Dallas: Ernest $5.00 a month will be ample spending
-Duncan of San Saba; Lewis, Slator money for the men while they are in
and Robert Duncan of Llano. the work camps.
| Mrs. Duncan united with the Mac- - -o--
hBaptist church in 1872 at CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ADOPTS
in (’: >*-k during an evangelistii ITS BUDGET FOR PRESENT YEAR
service conducted by Rev. Barton !
7!alloy and his brother. True to every 1 At a direc
duty of life, she lived in the service. ( hamber of
I th for her Creator and her fellow- morning iu the offic - of the secretary,
man. She was ever ready to make the report jf the finance committee
J any personal sacrifice, if by so doing was received and adopted. Thia re-
THE JIG-SAW CRAZE HAS REACH- h c >uld bring happiness or com- I'’>rt outlined the budget ol expendi-
EO THE BARNYARO IN THIS TOWN jt'ort l0 Others. 'i|res for t
_ : Mrs. Duncan is survived by four lows:
daughters and five sons who were Advertising
mentioned above. She herself was , Telephone,
the sole remaining member of the . Secretary s
Gibson family to depart this life. j Agriculture
Funeral services were held at the est Texas
family residence Wednesday after- ; Highway . -------
noon at four o’clock, Rev. Joe A. i Civic improvement
Garrett preaching the sermon in which :
lu paid tribute to the beautiful char- J Total ........ -
The anticipated revenue to be re-
hens have entered into
chich w„s as fol-
the promotion of some worthy pro-
ject, but at the same time furnish
is to continue and grow each year
in importance it will take the inter- j
rot and help of many who have not I
been much Interested In the past, it
will ti.ke the calves from the best,
herds in the county If Llano calves
| “Even th
the jig-saw craze.” was the statement
| of Jack Carter Tuesday morning when
lie showed us an egg on display in
Geo. M. Watkins hardware store.
Whether it was a jig-saw egg or
not, we will refrain from saying, but
-Ita rough and rugged appearance had
every resemblance of some of the
jig-saw pictures which we have been
cud over w'hlch so many people are
spending precious hours of their time 1 lle „ _ ... n„ „
ever. Roy L. Duncan. Phillip Ahrlette. ; will run over *-->.00 a year and none
! vioyd Crownover, Willie Gibson and will go under *4.00 a year.
ter of this splendid wife and moth-
civ-ed during the current year will
The pail bearers were Ed. Crown-| be from *650.00 to *700.00. No dues
D. R. KEYSER ELECTED
DIRECTOR OF WEST TEXAS C. C.
In trying to solve.
According to Mr. Carter's state-
ment,’ Mrs. L. C. Callaway has a hen
which each day lays an egg, which in
his opinion, should be placed in the
lire to compete against the best from ‘nu ' *‘lh With " n ' ‘ ^ 11|,,> grave covered with flowers of love anticipated amount, consequently th»
AS NEW 4U„ wrecking pictures. But come to think .u,t *rate unereu wun i. »*•'-
cf the matter, why bar the indus-
Johii Crownover. Immediately after* Tins is cutting the revenues of the
tl -* service the long procession moved ! organization down more than half,
to the City cemetery, where the re- | but it will be noted that the expens-
naitig were tenderly laid to rest and es also have been cut well within th»
nearby counties. It will take the
proper type, good breeding and good
! assured fact is that the Chamber of
D. H. Keyser will represent Llano \ members feeding to put out a cham
for the coming year as director of pion.
enues are being slashed more thau
tie West Texas Chamber of Com-
merce, having been elected to tins
Score by Innings-
Every stock raiser who is interest-
ed in seeing Llano have a bigger and
position at a recent meeting. j better show next year should be at
i his organization, the largest of | the meeting next monday afternoon
its kind in the world, will be in au i at the Courthouse at 3:00 p, in. All
i.ual convention in Big Springs on 4H Club members who have fed
May 11, 12 and 13, and Mr. Keyser is calves in the past or who expect to
convention, and tell the directors The Livestock Committee who ren-
taking the country by storm at this
lie it a jig-saw egg or one belong-
ii g to some other class of amusement
ft is a “humdinger” and plainly show-
of all friends in their hour of sorrow, ^
r-nd may the sweet thought that allju hundred per cent,
is well with mother come as a great
light to brighten their lives at this
WID HARDIN DEAD
that this hen has an accomplishment j time w*en they mourn for the one ;
all her own when it comes to laying
eggs whose shell surface is as rough
ns the approaches to the Enchanted
who has gone on to her just reward ; Wid Hardin died in an Austin hoa-
-o-- pital Wednesday night about twelve
SCHOOL CLOSING WITH BARBE- o’clock. He had been seriously il»
CUE. PLAY On SATURDAY. MAY 6 for the past several days. The fun-
•" - —— era! service will be held at Comanche
There will be plenty of amusement cemetery Friday morning at tea
, auout some of the things which we trod such fine service last year in the LLANO FURNITURE CONCERNS ’ in,j plenty to eat at the Six Mile o'clock. No further details could be
U10 Ool 9B> ° t amoUK then, being an eiiort to Ualf Show is especially urged to be GO INTO NEW HOMES ON MAY 1 i,ool on next Saturday. May 6. when Ui- d at this early hour this morn-
014 000 71*—15
Runs hatted In —Kott 3, Endertin 3.
Sanders, K Klett. E. Klaerner, Math-
have the West Texas Chamber of present.
Commerce take the matter up with
tile closing exercises of that school jns- atui a more extended notice will
the Reconstruction Finance Corpora-
tion in regard to financing the Ham-
EUILDING NEW HOME ON SITE
WHERE OLD ONE WAS LOCATED
Both of LlaAo's furniture stores ! v ill be concluded.
rppear next week.
Schneider. E Brewer. P. McLeod.
mg that, huge project
completed stage, whereby the in vest-
will be located side by side on Bridge
s'reet on the first of next Month.
The News has been requested to -—♦>-
'announce that goat rouping and tour- LIGHT RAIN FELL OVER THIS
Albert Johnson is moving his fur- r ament races will begin that after-
COUNTY SATURDAY NIGHT
i ern part of town on the site where his . . . , . . , ,,___fh,_
runt already made will prove bene- fonm,r home was located before being 81,11 Mil,’s Buttery is moving into the plenty of goat and beef barbecue on inch In Llano, fell over most ol is
i,I, ------------ ------ : f ■ .7 ^“ •W*'.1 -• ^.— s -
Ing next door to his present location il !.. the
Two Base Hits—P.
erlln, Schneider, Mather.
Left on Bases—Fredericksburg 9,
Double Plays—P. McLeod to Reed;
Reed t0 E- Brewer; Kott to Peter.
a very rhort while.
KletL P. Klaerner.
Home Runs I’. McLeod Koftt. ^ ,0 w<J8t Tt.xas ™ Henry Buttery building now occupied the tables, together with cakes and county last Saturday night, and in
Three Base Hlta-P. Severa, milllon dolIars have already ' Work is propre88lng nicely on the b>’ tho Johnson Furniture Company, coffee. j.-me sections was heavier than In
been spent on this dam and it looks ncw gtructure and Mr Leverett hopes ' Neither of these gentlemen have That night at eight o clock will be this town. . .
to be living under his own roof within conducted a furniture business the play. “Go Slow Mar,a j Of course it was rather Bght, but
in any building except the ones which! A small admission charge of ten added to that which fell on last Wed-
' they are now in. Bon Hoerster was and twenty cents will be made which nesday night, it made almost an Inch
jtn the Masonic building for several will include everything, and the fund of rainfall, doing material good in
INVESTIGATION OF CATTLE ; years before Miles Buttery purchased so derived will be used for the benefit . this portion of the state, where ad-
the business and Mr. Buttery has been of the school. L'.itlonal moisture was badly needed.
---Dr. H. Schmidt, veterinarian of the located there all these years since The Six Mil* people have long been , Farmers state that their crops are
Passed Bails—K. Brewer 1, n er- Hr Batsmen—H. Klaerner and En- Texas Experiment Station Is spend- entering the furniture and undertak- noted for their splendid barbecue din-1 growing off nicely, while the pasture
l n J- ^ derlln, by Van Huss. iog two days in this county, and in ing business. ners and thi* one will prove just as ; lands have been given new life thru
Wild Pilcher—Van Huss 1. Base on Halls—Off Van Huss 4, off company with County Agent Steele, Albert Johnson opened for business good as those of the past. Then there ihose light rains of the past week.
Dosing Plt.-her—Van Huss. Sanders 4. i,, making further investigation rela- in his present location several years is going to be plenty of amusement Weather forecasts state that more
Pitching Records:— ^ Struck Out—By Sanders 5, by Van tivo to sick cattle which are being -go and has been there all the while, curing thp afternoon and night, all „ coming and say West and Central
1 run and 3 hits off C. Brewer in Husg by c Brewer 1. found in Reveral sections of the coun- S’urely the chances will seem a lfttle for the small admission mentioned 7 x.is will be visited by additional
one and one-third Innings. Tjme of Game—1:50. ty While here Dr. Schmidt will be strange to both owners at first, but above. Remember you arc invited rainfall during the present week, all
12 runs and 15 hits off \ an Huss Umpires—Molberg and Leverett. glad to assist in this line of work are hoping both will be satisfied to this event. Be there and enjoy of which will he quite acceptable In
lu six end two-thirds innings. Scorers—Jordan and Martin. through tho office of the county agent, with their Sew locations. the day with your friends. Ulan aunty.
lather bad to see that vast invest-
ment go to the had when our Gov-
ernment is in position to see that it
is completed and the loan so made STATE VETERINARIAN MAKING
piove to be a sound one in every re-
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