The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 9, Ed. 1, Friday, January 13, 1950 Page: 1 of 8
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THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE
JAiBLi. flHMfc Eriday January iQg
Five Weeks Of
The Bartlett girls won their
second district game here. Tues
day when they mot tne rroy
girl with a sc6ro of 18-15. Velma
Miller w bgh point with 10
"Troy's boys won over the local
tam with -a score of 30 to 28.
The local team led at the half
wtth a 1G-13 score. Eric Miller
dropped in 12 points for Bartlett
and Humn and Blclls scored 8
points each for Troy.
f t K.ll 'II L 11.. A.iiil
Harriett win muui mu ju-
emy teams there 'Friday night
with the girls game beginning at
Funeral Services .
Held Friday For
Mrs. Hugo Klump
TTiiYinvnl anrvlppjj were held at
Bin at. John's Lutheran Church portunity.
last Friday afternoon at 2: Games start at 70 p. m. with
O'clock for Mrs. Hugo Klump the girls games being played
who passed away at her home
here early Thursday morning
after several weeks serious ill-
ness. Rev. Gus Sager her pastor
officiated at the services.
She wa3 born Sept. 14 1883
in New. Ulm the daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. John Itinn.
She was married to Otto licit-
an in xuu ' utu u -tt
lite same year. Mr. Heitman
sed- awav In 1914 and sue
.' married to Hugo Klump in
Mrs. Klump has been a mem
ber of the St. John's Lutheran
Church for a number of years
Five weeks of basketball are
ahead for high school fans wi'th
twenty Rames leu Kins aim ten
boys on the schedule. Two dist-
rict games have already been
played and the next one is
soheduled for Friday night at
District championship- is de
cided on a percentage in a double
round robin of play
Coaches have announced the
Jan 13 Academy there.
Jan. 17 Rogers here.
Jan. 20 Open. '
Jan. 24 Camp Hood there.
Jan. 27 Salado here.
Jan. 31 Holland there.
Feb. 3 Troy there.
Feb 7 Academy here.
Feb. 10 Rogers there.
Feb. 14 Open.
Feb. 17 Camp Hood here.
One game is to bo made up
with Holland. The game -was
postponed in order to allow Bart
lett to enter vtho Georgetown
Mrs. E. T'. Jones - teacher 0
the Robert Gribble Sunday
School Class- of the Presbyterian
Church entertained members of
thq class with a party at her
home Wednesday night Jan. a.
Miss Norma Beckman presi
dent of the class presided at the
business meeting at which time
icfficers for the new year were
elected. They are: Mrs. E. E.
Lindomarin president: Mrs.
Erwin Raeke vice president:
Mrs. A. A. Gersbach secretary
and treasurer and Mrs. E. T.
A lace cloth covered the dining
tablo and a huge red. satin bow
added color to the table. Delia
ious refreshments were served
and. red cloths covered the four-
Games of "42" were enjoyed
by the group. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Wacker Mr. and Mrs. Erwin
. Construction is moving along
rapidly this week on th6 now
American Legion home with the
foundation completed the sub
floor in and the walls up. Carp?
enters started puttinjr rafters in
place1 early in the week n'rid are
racing the weather to get the
roof on before more rains fall.
The buildinjr is 40x70 feet and
will have a meetinir hall 40x601
an Auxiliary room kitchen store
room and rest rooms.
With good weather- Legion
naires hope to be in the new
homo in six weeks.
tournament. It will be worked !?aeko Mr. and Mrs. Eynon Via
into the schedule at the first op-
10c and 25c.
in Bartlett is
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lindemann
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gersbach
Mrs. Henry "Goodson Mrs. Elona
Wacker Mrs. J. G. Hoes Miss
Norma Beckman and Mr. and
J. M. Mitchell
Claimed By Death
John Crenshaw a former
Bartlett resident died .ai his
home in Pflugerville earlyrJSat-
urday morning. rvV'
He was born September 5
1890 in Rogers and was married
December 4 1928. During World
j i:.. S 4-lin T.nrHna Airi VYUr 1 I1U HUrVUU Willi IHU i-uill
oS fVm MJcainnnVv Society division of Engineers. He was a
anlH3f If l0nywC1band.!member of the Masonic Lodge
two " daughters Mrs. -Harold A. P. &' A. M. of Rogers.
Clark and Mrs. James Wheeler;' Funeral services were held at
one son Virgle Klump of San fciie skinner'Funeral Homo Sun-
"Antonio; three sisters Miss Ida dav afternoon nt 8:00 O'clock
umn ot jnow uim mra. .. . With Itov. Matthews 'omciating
Wclge of Bellville Mrs. R. G- .na the Masonic lodge of Rogers
RJnn of Waco; three brothers jwaa in charge of the graveside
Otto Rinn of Old Glory Juhus services.
Palbearers were E. C. Bruno I Survivors are his widow and
Jr. Arthur -Guenzel Joe Wieder- one son John Olin Crenshaw of
spshm Clarence Rosenbalm Pfhigerville; one daughter Miss
' Edtrar Lahge Curtis Sta"beno. Kathenne Mae Crenshaw of
flynon Via and uimert ivrera- ubum l-"V;0lo...;l "'
IScbmar mignr.ni unu iurs. rrea tviiiiuius
TrfOMvnnf wna mnrin in tno aCOl nUSlTi UI1U iuio. duiui
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Injured In Car
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Sliss Margaret Noack 17
dautrhter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Noack of McDade and former
Bartlott residents was killed
instantly in a car accident early
Tuesday morning south of Elgin
as she was enrouto to her work
in Austin. Mrs. W. O. Sterling
also of McDade was killed and
four other persons were injured.
It was reported that the car in
which she was riding crashed
into a parked truck.
She was born May 17 1932 in
Slaton and moved to Bartlett
with her parents when very
young. The family moved to Mc-
Dade only a few years ago.
Funeral services wero held at
2:00 p. m. Thursday in St.
Peter's Lutheran Church in
Eltrin with the Rev. H. Engeling
of Elgin officiating assisted by
Hev. Gus Sacor ot JJartieu.
Burial was ;n the Elgin City
Survivors arc her parents Mr.
Poll Tax Worth
Two Local Elections
' Funeral services wero hold nt
the Catholic Church at Tneon
Monday morning for J. M. Mitch-
ell former resident of this com-
munity who passed away at his
home in Natalia Texas about
8: 00 o'clock Saturday morning
Jan. 7th.. Father Valenta offici-
ated at the service.
Mr. Mitchell was born in
Louisville Ky. Oct. 31 1862 and
moved to Ellis ounty Texas in
1885. He moved to 'Williamson
county in ' 1912 and farmed
around Jarroll and Schwertner
until ho moved to Natalia in
Ho was married to Katie Ham
mond Dec. 2G 1899. Two sons
Elwood and Ira preceded him in
Survivors are his widow of
Natalia; five daughters Mrs
Barton Ramsey of Tucumcan
N. M Mrs. Albert Hill of Ard
more Okla. Mrs. Chas. Ickes of
Georgetown Mrs. Alice Jackson
of Temple Mrs. Mary Belle Pool
of Wixom Mich.; four sons
Arthur Mitchell tof Schwertner
Edwin Mitchell of Natalia
Charle3 Mitchell of Maxwell N.
M. and Herman Mitchell of Paw-
nee Okla.; 28 grandchildren
and 18 great grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Roy Bridges
Buck Street and Howard Herr-
ing of Belton ; Edward and Chas.
Ickes of Georgetown Bill Mil-
ler of Houston and Jo Dean
late. Penalties go into ofect on ' commentator for 'the Woman's "hnmbers of Temple.
PAhi-ua-ir 1 vveanesaay uuo program oil unci mum whs ihhuw hi um
Mrs. R H. McCutcheon wns in
a collision with a gravel truck
Monday morning about 10:30 at
the Indian Creek bridge near
the St. John's Lutheran Church
as she was onroute to Bartlett
She was token to a Temple
hospital where she was treated
for shock and cuts and bruises
about her body. She returned to
her homo here late Tuesday
Her car was completely de-
In. addition to 1950 being an
election year tlvere'will be at
least two local elections this year
that should add to the interest
in paying poll taxes -before the 0
deadline January 81. These tint
in city and school races
Many Bartlett people who
normally pay their poll taxes in
the fall when paying state and
county taxes ave without their
poll taxe3 so far this year be-
cause poll taxes were not collect
ed at that time in 1949. Tax col-
lectors did not accept poll tax
payments then because a con-
stitutional amendment which
would have abolished the tax
was pending nt that time. The . J
amendment however Jailed ana
poll taxes still have to be pM
in Texas in Order to vote.
In city elections in April aa
mayor city secretary and three
aldermen are to- be elected. The
nu.l HfuH T)nt1 Vnnnlf rt TVTrtTVl1 fl
too Were Mm. Nnnman Halt ""' ?a'ol;L- E-"".
(jnormiey jr. oi .miami: .wu r;-- "-yzz ilii7" .'?
brothers Eugene and Douglas inl::'Yu
Noack of McDade.
! John's Lutheran Cemetery.
Tax Paying Time
Is Here sain
January IB is income iax pay- TT . -
In date for some but January Has IVlUSlC rTOgram
ia city school and county tax-J o
nnvXntr winnfli fnr nil who Want
. t Mi- Tvnnltv of navintr Mrs. O. B. Schwertner
Starnes of Cameron; four broth
ors Charlie and Bill Crenshaw of
Houston. W. L. Crenshaw of
Waco and Jim Crenshaw
B. H. S. Students
-(B. H. S. Bulldog)
this year. Horace Koitii and B.
F. Coons serve until 1951.
I:i school elections also in '
April three trustees are to be
elected for three year terms. Th&
terms of C. F. Hill Herbert Kel-
ler and Dallas Skinner expire
thi3 year. Harry Perkins and
William Daughert Jr. serveY
until 1951 and Alva Cating and
H. S.R C. Ford servo until 1952.
'The penalty for late payment music rendered through films
nt uv imrf nnWinl Lixes is tho'in the home of Mrs. C. M. Gil-J
i I 1 - ll.a In .. X' 1 n n mtr nV I
same. It Is a graauaica .penany iwjhu moi w ten..
as follows: for the montn oi Dlrjng the business session
Two Former B.H.S.
February one per centum forth b votcd t snsor a ntly pioVpro F.firn T T C
the month of March 2 per fam ym.Francein cooperation ldytlb L.aril 1.L..U
centum; for the month jof Apn wth the program of internation- ri .1 11 r Mnwt
8 per centum; for the month of r(latlon3 ard aid a3 8tessed Jtttfuball Letters
Hay 4- Per centum; for the byth(SmEWC. - JflL.
month ipf June 5 per centum for
i the month owuiy anu taier n per
School taxes are payable to E.
1 Brune. Sr.. and city taxes are
payable to Miss Cora Beckman.
ISAttf .-q . . ..
ImeriMa Legion Auxil-
have a food sale at the
loffkio Saturday begin-
i;ty . in. JiWTTiiwff ni;i
nyjfinii ' 'w -! -" "i
Mra.oGcw Hunka and
emplu iptvnt the weete;
and white color
used in the decora-
g at the tea table
ilarold Gillespie of
i'sti and Mrs. Clyde
Member! and guests present
were Meadataes C. Y. Butler L.
C Clemens 'Tjefs.-jC. Fowler B
W. G8fWdsj4BL Lamb W. L.
Patton.C. Qamk.&.h Rob-
tjrW O. B. 'SchwertiKMjM. B
Stokfts.fl W. L. Stokda D'. '.
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Swope vym ..Whitlow Marvin
homaa u m Giirospio m
rr. and 'Mw. Harow
The navf 1950 Plymouth went
on display Thursday at tne
Naivar Bros show rooms in
Bartlett and the brothers extend
an invitation to the public to see
the new cars.
Plymouth announces import
ant styling changes and improve
ments for safety and rjding com-
fort with now lines in the silho
uette which gives the
models a longer lower
Mrs. Brune Is
Mrs E C. Brune Jr. enter-
tained members of the Tuesday
bridge club with a party at her
homo Tuesday afternoon.
Winter cut flowers were used
in the livincr room. The hostess
was assisted in serving by her
Mrs. Clyde Richards held high
score for the afternoon. Others
present were: Mrs. Hugh Kin-
ney Mrs. W. L. Stokes Jr. Mrs.
Kirk Knight Mrs. O. L. Lango
Mrs. J. R. Burnett Mrs R. C.
Ford Mr. and Mrs. Brune.
Ships Toys To
To Assist Farmers
With Tax Returns
Friday January 6 proved
be a red-letter day for B
dVi'rlniiif a wVifln1 fliov worth tft 'tllG
...w.v.w..u '- -". " i TV ! 11
So - I0riueputy collector
. Candidates for most repre-
sentative girl and boy most pop-
ular girl andboy and most beau-
tiful girl and handsome boy
were chosen from each class in
class meetings held at the noon
neriod Friday. I A Dcmitv Collector of Internal
The general election was held Revenuo will be at the City Hall
in the studyhall at the seventh in Bartlett on January 18 19SO
period. All students wero i3sued to assist taxpayers with their
ballots listing candidates from ' 1949 income tax returns.
each class. The votes were count-1 Dopuj.y Collector Wm. A
ed by two members of the faculty Freeman advised that farmer?
and two students. will have until January 31 to file
Favorites elected were: Most their returns. In the past fai-m-Beautiful
Girl Dorothy Hill ers were required to file their
sophomore 80votes; Most Hand- returns by Januaiy 15. cv
some iioy uoy xsauey senior'
21 votes; Most Kepresentaiive I v I? IVI
Girl Carole King senior 29 I 1 UJ.vlLo
votes; Most Representative Boy1 lnp-A AnP.
Bobby Ford senior 30 votes; jyou UTHCerS
Alost i'opuiar uiri Mary Louise
Limmer sophomore 28 votes.A
ru-on uetwecn ivennein wnue
Officers of thelntcrdenomina-
and Dnrroll Townsond for most tional Youth Fellowship vwe
popular boy was 'held Monday elected at the meeting of the
Both candidates received 19 organization last Sundaya after-
votes in the first election. White noon at the Central Christian
won Monday. Church. They are president'
Davi'd Wacker; vice president;
Other candidates running ; lor Bobby Goodsop; secretary Mar-
office were: for most beautiful lenc Rentehler; treasurer Al-
irirl. Tluhv Mnoffl. 10 votes: ii t. r.. t rr'!. f
Thyra Leatherman 3. votes; nduit adviaor and Mrs. Doris
Barabara Bartlett U votes; tor cavanaugh is sponsor of th
Most Handsome Boy Nixon1 organization.
uveroy 10 votes; vjnanes iviaie-
Stephens have be
ball lQttermon at Texas
College for the 1949 sert
Couch Fritz Lehnhoff.
Lindemann a ti'ansfer from1
Schreinor Institute played his
Initial season at an ondposifcion
for the Bulldogs while Stephens
earned his second letter as aft
. jifiWT. W White ?(ras a reenfc
viaifor of her a ater. &irs.-J. A
The Louis B. Wells Post of
the American Legion of Bartlett
wants to thank the boys and
rls their parents 'the schools
nd the Alamo Theatre for their
ation in collecting over a
toys for the unfortunate
rseas. Ane rost naa
e break in the
t week and feels
uld have been
jowsky 5 votes; Billy Gray 16
votes; for Most Representative
Girl Velma O'Dell 4 votes;
Velma Miller 10 votes ; Marlene
Rentchler 12 votes; for Most
Representative Boy AllamSager
9 votes ; Jimmie Harris 4votes ;
Keith Grigsby 12 votes; for
Most Popular Girl Martha Mes
ser 13 votes ; Shirley Patton 2
votes; Shirley Carpenter 12
rived late and
af them Call
Sharon Suzanne 7-lb.. l'a oz.
daughter born Jan. 6 in Scott
and White hospital to Mx and
Mrs. Aubrey L White of Camp
The worship program is tke
study of different religious
beliefs throughout the world-
Allison Joyce is worship chairman.
All young people of the town
are invited to attend the organis-
ation's meetings at the Central
Christian Church each Sunday
afternoon at 5:30. a
ON WAY TO STATES
Sunday January 15 1950
10:00" a m Sunday School.
After a four-month .cruws in
the Mediterranean mlUa K.
(Peck) L mmer. fire eoi
first class USN of Srtll
scheduled to return
London Conn Jan.
ing w'ftK thel
af f orded-the opporti
i Corpus Cjsti.
ITlirner Jn San Aritonjo
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Ford, Robert C. & Ford, Nora Mae. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 9, Ed. 1, Friday, January 13, 1950, newspaper, January 13, 1950; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth81822/m1/1/: accessed February 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.