The Llano News. (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1933 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LLANO NEWS, LLANO, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 27, !!*•»
Going to Build?
Whether you are thinking of builds
ing a Home, repairing the barn or just
fixing the roof, you will find we are
willing and capable of helping with
your building problems,
SPENCER-SAUER LUMBER CO.
A. F. WEBER, Manager
LLANO SCHOOL FACULTY EN-
JOYS OUTING AT CMAP SCOTT
The faculty of the Llano High an<l
I Grade Schools enjoyed an outing at
jCamp sscoH on I«*i Friday ewrSrg
■with a splendid barbecue and picnic
dinner. Jig-Saw puzzels, bridge and
forty-two were the games of enter-
1 lainment after the dinner hour and
•he evening was a pleasant one for
1 -til who attended. Those present at
this time were Supt. W. W. Hart,
' wife and son Joe; F. C. tiufftn, Mrs.
1 Edna P. Riley, Misses Louise Heinatz,
Bennie L. Speck, Ella Scott Powell,
1 Ruby Johnson, Ethel Dees, Mary and
Hazel May, Zolora Stribiing, Ossie
Mae Lanier, Clara Moran, Tillie B.
Moss. Ruth B. Heinatz; Mrs. Rama
Hunter Mrs. E. P. May and W, B.
DUDLEY WALLACE AT HOME
AFTER SERIOUS OPERATION
Louis Lee Wallace went to San An-
tonio and returned 'home Tuesday
5th hi., mother* Mr«. O. M. Wallace
and brother, Dudley Wallace.
Som< three weeks ago DudleyTm.
(H.rwent a most serious operation and
we are glad to report that the young
man is doing nicely, although is yet
confined to his bed most of the time
but hopes to be a file to T.e out within
a short while.
Mrs. Wallace has been with her
son in San Antonio ever since the
; peration. and she too is glad to re-
turn to Llano.
COMMISSIONERS’ COURT AP- RETURNS HOME AFTER THREE
POINTS CHILD WELFARE COM. MONTHS IN TEMPLE HOSPITAA
RETURN OF THE SMALL
At the last meeting of Uns Commis-
sioners Court the Commissioners, to-
gether with Judge Sylvan B. S mp
son, appointed ti.< following on U •
child Welfare (- mm ttn: for tics
Mrs. M. M. Moss, Mis. Jno. L
Watkins, Mrs. Henry C. Buttery, Mrs
O. P. Garrett, Mrs. Raymond Hog* s.
I»r. Henry Hoerste; and VI. C.
The Child Welfare headquurte's •
rnairdained a: Austin. tn«! lb* *•
tnd Commissioners <A eat:i'l comfy .r
-,(• has been .‘"iUCHted 1,. : p-
T-oint a committee to work with th»
Court in the promotion of child wel-
Mr. and Mrs. Gray Fowler icturneaF
home Tuesday from Temple with
their sou, Hudson, wh0 bus been ua»
it*.. Leatment the: Sect-* &. Whit* ■
Sanitarium ft:. more tlian those
months, bavin; be* n carried to that
place on January 15.
Hudson vCas Quito ill at his fa -
here 1 i almost a month before being.-
taken to Temple, following an attack*
i'f influenza, HIh condition at the
lump was indeed serious for a lone
whii* but lt»- .« now at home, tnakiatf.
exceedingly wtil, and no doubt with
in a short while will ho enjoying ha-.
u.-iuai good health.
ON TEXAS FARMS
Is the small factory with modest
MOST OF TEXAS IS DRY EVEN IF ; •;.> and small P- roll, . mh-
j hack7 Then are signs that it is. In
tin current number of The Business
EXT. SERVICE GIVES DETAILS
ON LIVE-AT-HOME PROGRAM j
APRIL 28 29
‘ MEN OF AMERICA”
A heart-thrilling drama of
Gangland ’b invasion of the
WILLIAM ‘BILL’ BOYD
Charles ‘Chic’ Sale,
TOM TYLKR in
“Clancy of the Mounted,”
prices; Sat. Matinee 10 20c
Each Night, 10-2f>i
........ .....f jo.as will be uni:ble lo Week it is reported that in nine f
"b "v” p" u7 PROGRAM *"* !:*-gaily mannfa.ture and s<-:l .1.2 per ti,*- larger • Hies of this < unny
_ *-nt beer, even if a constitutional new industrial plants wer* establis.i-
Llving Epintles of Other Lands. amendment and enabling act leg;.... . in :»32 with an av*r: c m ms v
Missionary program for April 30.1 ing ti.- beverage are submitted arid i employes. Practically :
Duet—Mi. Tolar, and Miss Mc- odopted August 26. until dryness, m- ,ltW fa< • rk-s were plan
By W. H, HARROW
Extension Service Editor
, ,, _ iVitl. 85 hotel size cannora and ,cit
College Station, Tex., Apr.l *i
_ oinatie sealery ordered lor corn mu u tty
you have 25 acres ot averag* > xas
, .. , canning, Cass county is -oini; m f-.u
land and $200 w»rth of the right kind , J !>
,, living at home on a be; scale Neat
i livestock y...-j ,.n get three sQUnie
log houses with board roofs are uu-
totals a day for yomsell and tarn../
,,, i!,.t , i.....
without being, out
Special music Margarlte Bauer.
Heading— Maxine Garrett.
1 e, he-
:i a de-
pngv-d by local option prevailing be- national in their businesi
lore the statewide prohibition, is vot- i.ig apparently set up f
c-.j off. i service. This, says the
lass than thirty Texas counties -seems to support the
were wet when the State adopted its the depression is resultin'-
HUHineiw. prohibition constitutional amend- < ntralization of industry
Bible Readers Drill—Mildred Gar- ment according to W. N Wiggins, re- idrth to a type of company
,t cording secretary of the United For<- serving nearby territory.
'scriptun and Introduction-Chain ;< * for Prohibition. Dallas was dry if that theory is correct* we are t --
<.|lURer by local option, having voted out jj.g to see less of the "big business
A Testimony of Salvation-Henry nor on September 10, 1017, 10,351 type of industiy and more of th-
ptra||ft! 186. 1 small factory which ig established .a
Testimony of Faith-Georgia Cans- Reports from Austin indicate that make relatively few produ t« ior
J the Senate will adopt the legislation relatively limited territory.
A Testimony of lx,Ethel Lee 1 plan passed by the House Friday, pro j A noteworthy feature of this in-
SUNDAY, MONDAY AND
Th* co-star of
‘ Smiling Through,”
■ TONIGHT IS OURS”
A nation tore these lovers
apart! But no force on
earth could keep them from
each other’s arms.
BURNS AND ALLEN in
‘ Patents Pending”
GUS EDWARDS in
Shall these living Epistles be
and read Nora Belle Johnson
We extend to all a cordial invita- limitations would
tlon t0 attend this program a‘ the riost counties.
i viding for an election August 26. It ! dustrial development is that quite ..
believed that the result could be number of small factories are the
i certified by the middle of September, aep-children, so to speak, cf big cv.-
i, in Peer would be available in the old (enis that became so big they
j wet counties as soon as the* result lapsed. In many instances, men *f-
, wn was certified and properly published,1 were interested in these large (<:*-
- ,but elections to remove local option ceres have been able to raise a hit.-
be necessary ,» capital and to apply their experience
ion a more modest scale. Still anoth-
KATE SMITH in
* HELLO EVERYBODY"
s'HOKT FEATURE and
Paramount News *
Notice: Wednesday Night it
• SPEED OBYKE” Night
Under the old local option statute u tendency, one that had begun ’o
tip election could be called on petition manifest itself before the depression
of 10 per cent or 500 voters. The began, is that of nationally known
♦ artiest possible date that beer could concern's to decentralize their man.i-
I- legalized in Dallas and other form- facturing operations and to estal ,.sh
oily dry countSf* wa# estimated at jygionai plants,
at night November 1. by Robert Quillen, sec- , ]f the depression has taught An.fj-
because of the meeting at the Chris ,,.;6ry (if the Democratic County (da jCun industry that there is no mer..
m it tee. He reached this date after m bigness merely for the sake of be
7 45 p. m.! consulting the record showing the ir.-g l»!g. we may be entering on a new
Baptist church at 6 45 p. ui.
Sunday School 10 a. in.
Breaching ut 11 o'clock.
We will not have servit*
of five for a year without, being out dc: ^ h0‘",iU* ^
:,.v cash if y u foil, the k.xtensiou I he movemc-m is lead by
.. , . county farm arid home demoustratiaw
Service plan of living at-hame, fledaie
, agents with th« cooperation of bua-
authorities at Texas A. and M. Col
, lv s men, vocational teacliers, anti
Such a living h worth about
, local organizations.
$600 at current prie s, they say, p< mt
, , ,, I i he success of his 4-H club son *»
ing out that no oth*. present farm
„ , ... iceding two baby beeves by Extew
enterprise can offer such certainty .
... , rp, , i-ion Service methods has catu>**.
f a net $24 per acre return. The
. : Charlie klukenger m Waller county’/
•dan is based on producing ml the
. . , , to resolve to breed up lu.s grade bee&
teed for necessary livestock includ
, .. ,. , . ud to his calves for riutr
ii»g two horses, and all tin- human ^ ^
food that can be had from plants and
, ; i Not content with showing ttuc-
animals under average Texas condi
, , champion lamb at tort Worth a yew
lions It assumes the ordinary worts
i ni ego, Cecil Moore, a Schleicher >un-
i stock, farm implements, fences, build , , _
,, , ,,, ty 4 If club boy raised a car load
! ings and native pasture that most
i 50 tins year which were judged cfiaunr-
ti.rms already possess.
... *. , p ons at San Angelo and Port \\ ortlt..
The plan, which any farmer can
, .. , II* now plans to feed sheep corriner-
v.ork toward in a short time, cans ior
,, , „ rA , . t ally on his fathers tann
Z meat hogs, a flock of 50 hens one
, _ * s ,,,, After learning from Extension ;<*-r •
l«ef animal. 4 milk cows, and if de . „ , , , ,
. v, , v it specialists how to kill, dr.
B*red a few sheep. Under average
,, , ., ti.-in and can chicken for the market*
conditions 6 acres would be devoted . .. , *
. i , «•> Omit: Real and Opt I McCray, 4 H < luJr,
grain pastur* m fail and wmtei. 1*.
. . , ,.,,,.,11 g,::is iti Hemphill county, canned **a»J
to sudan pasture in summer and *mall ,
sold lb hens worth $4.So il sold alive,
rcres in corn or pram sorghums oi
i f* $15 when sold in No. I cans
other crops, 4 acres in hay and ensil-
i.ge. 2 acres in cane for syrup, field
peas, sweet potatoes, peanuts anti
melons, one-half acre for ga
! one-half acre for orchard.
Yearly food requiremen
Bible Study Wednesday . »»• ■*■• consulting w*e rn-uiu niinw),*,. ,,** k g iog, *,t- »> --------—
Auxiliary will meet Friday after- procedure followed in voting Dallas i;nd healthier era of industrial deve,-
.. .--,** .... 1 ^pment.—^W’ichita Falls Times.
noon ut four o’clock with Mrs Todd.
J. W CAMPBELL. 'Pastor.
AMERICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH
Sunday si hool at St
at 5:30 a. m
Divine service at 10:45 a
Choir Thursday ut 8:00 p m
Sunday school at St. Johns of Fas-
ten at 1:30 p. m.
Divine service at 2:30 p m. (Ger-
No service ut either St. James or
Johns on May 7, as itio pastor
ut the convention at Bartlett.
L. R. BENORDEN, Pastor.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
♦. maty dry under local option in 191’.. ,
A petition for a local option elec-
' t'ion w-itg presented the Commission- i
t r- ' Court August 16 ,1917. by M. H. j
Wolfe and 500 other voters. The ,
court set the election for September j
J0 and the result was canvassed Sep
WHY DOES iT PAY TO TRADE
P. T. A PROGRAM FOR MAY 2
Following is the B T. A program
for the regular meeting to be held on
Why does it pay to trade at home •’
why does it pay to go to church?
t imber 21, advertised for four weeks 'obviously, it is the right tiling to do.
rnd a proclamation issued by Judge 'the intention of God, and the inezu
Quenten D. Corley proclaimed Dai- t,ble path to community success,
las County dry October 20. Thus the why does it pay to trade at home?
change became effective a little more Everyone may know that it is the
than two months after the petition 'jjght thing to do, but does everyone
W3s presented. know why it is right. The answei is
io service ui euuei oi «-• *p|„. „u local option law with tie* instantaneous and obvious. Aines
St. Johns on May 7, as the pastor will macjjjnery for conducting elections ijlie gateway to heaven hangs the old,
... .u„ «♦ iiortmit jwag superseded by the dry amend- | familiar sign. “Do unto others as you
ment and the Dean law. It was un- ,WOuld have them do unto you.
jcerstood here that the beer bill pass- Therefore, trade with your
I, (] by the House Friday re-enacts townsmen if you would have them
760 acre combination ranch, $5.50. tl,js locai option statute—Dallas assist you.
27C0 acre sheep and goat ranch, $5.00, ; journaj. Do the merchants aid your com-
3070 acre Dude ranch, $7.00: a acre j ________0.___ munity Yes, through the Chamber
dairy and poultry farm, $560.00; gar- cnocCT5 ] „i Commerce, the Kotary Club, and
age and filling station, granite quarry, j
gold mine, farm and ranch, trade for j
city property. Bramo Realty Co. I West Texans do not have first hand
0 . _____ Knowledge of forests. They do not
CONTRACT BRIDGE ! th" l’":asure °f Walking th,e_________
The Contract Bridge Club met this j u‘°* di,u ' ' 1 "u ' 11 "M i under obligations to them, for >!,u
week with Mrs. J. J. Dunn acting as cathedrals, or listening t„ (he »**?»*- jfcnow they benefit the community.
. i ing of the wind in the remote tree
llOEtt'HH I 13
lops. Other sections of the country 1
Work on 50 hooked rugs and mats*
in.- been start'd by Ilaskcll coonly
1 me demonstration club women, amt
then is talk of organizing a rug nut.
0 it association to furthei the mar*-
" ‘ , ,. r*vto>, ketiug oi old woolens and sucks Bin*
family of five are given by the Exten-
sion Service as 2184 pounds of fresh l"8'":
,, ...With the object oi marketing mtsa*
end canned vegetables, 1450 pound,
. ill- .in m o nlei tile eggs the East Texas Bouttry
of fresh and canned, dried and pie
_ , , *f Assc,. iat.ion was reeontly organixeof
'♦rveU fruit, 728 pounds of protein
from meat, cheese, eggs, nuts and ”•»“ h-nduuar.ers at Jacksonville*
p,Js and beans, 7S0 pounds of grams, ''' • ording to the county agent every
, , .,.>1 n,- nitH ni Member mu.-t have at l«*ast 100 hc?»*
310 pounds of sweets, -34 pounus oi
11b. . u vj and feed propel rations, and all ship-
fats, 36a gallons of milk, and a lew
, , merits must b< candi ! and s' impeef
, .. „e,emn with producer s name ud address oa
With the exception of about $uib 1
needed for sugar, salt, flour, coffee,
cans or jars for canning all this may
be produced from the crop livestock j
unit in the living-at-home plan. The
cash needed to supply the remainder,
and the small amounts of cash need-
ed for keeping the unit in operation | ______ ________
may be obtained by sales of cream ' j ■ ,ocl mop rags.
. , . „„nnr,J at par.
Hasty steel can be cleaned by rub#-
ng with hot vinegar and salt.
Men’s discarded woolen sox maker
! the selling of merchandise as cheap-
JY as possible in order t0 retain your
Do you tracie at home with your
I merchants? If you do not, you are
end poultry products supplied at cer-
tain seasons in excess of family re- I
In making the living at-home unit j
self sustaining, provision is made for
securing the protein needed for hogs
tnd chickens from skim milk; for
getting the protein for balancing the
dairy cow and be'ef rations from past-
ure and cottonseed; and where bran
or oats are needed in cow or poultry
lotions for trading corn or grain sor-
ghums for the feed desired.
County farm and home demon-
stration agents are in a position to
help with the details of the plan.
Bg i—- — - . nut does your money spent here
The prize for high score was award-! W <>thor H,'ctlon8 of the C0UDtry help the town as a whole. Yes, be-
........... -......- ............. - ,j to Mrs. Lorene Deats. Refresh- “ad it ome. have it now in memory = ^ H circuiates throughout the
next Tuesday, May 2: ripnta were 8erVed to the following: cnly. A growing nation demanded |<.ommuTjUy. Yonr money is akin to
•Tb* man that hath no music in him MegdluneB Luk0 Mosgi C. Brown, ^mber and got it. More land for ^ c,ou(, Above your town a cloud
*«"• Lorene Deats, G. L. Gray, Larkin Ren- ‘-'ming was needed; more trees «ucm # chance t0 wet your community;
Nor is not moved with concord of J(k un(J Uuj ho8teSH j cumbed. Hemlock bark was used | ^ twenty nlilt,8 away it possesses
sweet sounds, _n__ j extensively in tanning leather at a
Is fit for treason, stratagems and
Eggshells crushed fine and mixoct;
v ith salt are excellent for cleaning;
i namel ware.
Tin cans, cups and other articles.
. be brightened by boiling several
minutes in a strong solution of sodia
A piece of bread put into the pot.
where cabbage, broccoli or otheir
i ieens are boiling prevents the di1*-
Dampened ribbons can be vrone<l
between tissue paper.
An old rubber heel nailed to thtj-
| chair board or lloor makes a noise*-
iess door stop .
You can pal h small holes in ttnilf-
■ eum with finely chipped cork and
i liquid glue.
Laundry blue added to the water
I in which glassware is washed wifS
'give the glass an added luster.—Bx-
’ not the slightest opportunity to even
Hostesses—Mrs. J. P. Money bon.
80UTHWESTERN GLEE AND lime wtu'n hemlock linn1” i was mn (-ampen your .streets. Away from
CHORAL CLUBS HERE MONDAY ;i d 'i n.d: millions of fed <’* ‘ ; lloino y0Ur money has no means of
Foster. Mrs. Y.. it. On. Southwestern univerauy
Topic—Music—A Vital Force
[ " “ ........ , home your money .... *------
11, It, after yielding the bark to lay ytm or yc-ir community; but
.» af nid rot. where it was felled. . * ------♦*«..= ..imnunt
______ 1kkuc it cm do • wondrous u
LOST 20 POUNDS
Feels Much Better
—- | FOR SALE—Sweet potato
“June 28th, 1932, I started taking , porto Rjco,) See J. W. St.CIah
Kruschen Salts. Have lost 20 pounds ______
from June 23 to Ja" 10. Feel better
— — —.... ~ ------- *«h uui tif eoou.
in for a short while Monday with the aon but of many. D>o '-t' a i.,iiu! ^ 'Therefore, it pays to trade at b*»nu
Glee and Choral Clubs of that instt- awoke to the fact that it had prodig ^ ^ bpnefitg the p,.r8on spend-
tution, and a very entertaining pro- squandered one of its most mug person receiving, and the
gram was given at the high school nifleent resources. It also realized (.tmmunjty as a whole.—T. C. Hour-
auditorium. "lttt th0 roo,H of a forR8“ "k0 a Kroat ,an(, jn The san Saba News
All lands formerly owned by J. C Prof. Meyer was making a tour of sponge, absorb and hold vainfa . j
All lanas rormeriy ciwneu uy u. —w— ■—■ - ----- ,
Stribiing and Sons and now owned this section of the state with these ( ;tme flopdts 80 eroi on, a u
and controlled by the undersigned are students and Llano wan indeed for- consequences ot uncomro < ’ wa «
hereby posted according to law. AH tunate to huve them stop here, even to add practical rea.oi.s or k.storing
.....tn u oml fnrmrn afirns.
than have felt for four years.
months. He said I had gall stones -......
and should have operation. Kruschen
did all and more than I expected." ,
lYrs. Lute Bright, Walker, Minn. (Jan. A Genuine Strained Oil Croqm'g
10, 1933) nole Permanent for
To lose fat and at the same time
Reduction in the pnee of
former permits revoked.
F1TZS1MONS LAND & CATTLE CO.
4-tf-c By Damon Smith, Mgr.
Optometrist & Optician
Phone No. 358
though it was for a very short time.
E F BOXELL
BAND AND ORCHESTRA
verdure to naked and forlorn acres,
especially those uusulted to farming.
The immediate return of the pres-
ident’s reforestation program is the
fact that some 150,000 idle men will
be pu' to work at once. The Nation
Musical* Instruments Repaired als0 ** repaying a debt that it
Piano Tuning, Voicing, Repairing c°mln* iterations in restoring
PHONE 108, - LLANO, TEXAS a resource that this one has wasted.
. _ —San Angelo Standard.
SATURDAY NIGHT, APR. 29
At 11:00 O’clock
The Rest Supplies arc used oni
the hair with a most natural
looking curl as the results.
COMPLETE IN ONE HOUR
gain in physical attractiveness and
feel spirited and youthful take one
half teaspoonful of Kruschen in a
glass of hot water before breakfast
A jar that lasts 4 weeks costs but a
t-ifle at any drug store in tly? world,
lut be sure and get Kruschen Salts
the SAFE wav to reduce wide hips. jw ^
prominent front and double chin and MAKE yoiJR APPOINTMENT NOW
again feel the joy of living—money COME WITH HAIR GLEAM
tack If dissatisfied after the first jar.____ _____________
Expert Permanent Wave OperatOi-
LOGATED UPSTAIRS. NEXT DOOR’
TO LANTEX THEATRE
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