The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 29, 1940 Page: 4 of 12
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Hereford Brond, Hereford. Texos, Thursday, August 29, 1940
Summertield, Lions and High School Cinched in Play-Off
By GRANT FULLER JK.
The Plowboys tried to come j Muller. K. C. T Loerwald, L.
from behind for the fifth in-1 Loerwald, M. Koelzer and G.
ning they were within two runs | Loerwald.
of the Lions but they were held --
scoreless in the last two in- HIGH SCHOOL
nings. CLINCHES PLACE
Simms parked a homer for the! August 27 The High School
School are all sure to be in the with one man on base,
play-off. Phillips 66 has cinched Soore bv Innings K II K
a lie for fourth place. The Fire-: piOWboys 303 210 0 9 9 9
men must win both of their re-(Lions 450 112 0 13 12 5
mainlng games to tie Phillips. Batteries — Plowboys. Sewell
"" 1,1 ■ : and Higgins, Gould. Lions—Wil-
August 21 The Firemen drop- son and Best.
ped the K C from a chance for! --
a first division berth and K.f spi.ITS
atrengthened their own when I ' ‘ ' u‘ n__
1)01 HIT, HEADER
■572 i Lions In the second Inning W|th cinched their first place in the
•500 one man on and S. Barrett got j divMon when they ^out
462 j one in the sixth also with one|*lU**eu *“““P® GG
6 8 .429 man on. Higgins hit a homer w*n- They started with a
0 13 .000 to right center for the Plow-(seven-run outburst in the first
Summerfield. Lions and High boys in their first inning rally
’ lng in every inning afterwards.
Meanwhile the Phillips team
could score in only three innings,
but they were large ones.
The High School collected
twenty hits off of Parmer, Phil-
lips 06 pitcher. Graves and Brock
got four apiece for the winners.
Brock gave up ten hits to Phil-
lips. but he also walked five
they defeated them Wednesday ,,r‘Alir‘K jmen.
night. 14 to 8. The Firemen got! August 26 The K C ended! Score by Innings It H E
nix runs from only four hits in , the season by splitting a double; Phillips 66 050 010 8 14 10 9
the first inning to start ahead i header Monday night with the High School 752 443 0 25 20 3
in the bull game. By the end of Plowboys and the Lions. The i Batteries- Phillips 66. Parmer,
the third Inning, however, the K c won the opener from the j and Terry, Roe, and J. Vaughn.
K C were within one score of Plowboys 17 to 16 and thus put j High School. Brock and J. C.
them. , the Plowboys out of the first Vaughn, J. Fuller.
In the fourth frame the Fire-! division running. The K C lost •----o-
men put the game on ice, though, I their second game of the even-
when they tallied five times, I lng. however, falling before the
this time from only one hit. Two. Lions 17 to 15.
base on balls and three errors In the first game, the K C
helped the Firemen to score were trailing up to the first of
their five runs. 1 the sixth Inning when they let
MRS. MALCOM CASSEL8
1 <r ■ssr “l
and he collected three singles, j the ball game with a nine-run | >nd Lv
Clayton humered for the Firemen mariln. The K C acored I erai othfrs came for ' church'
in the fifth with no
Score by Innings
X C 041 101 1
Firemen 600 512 0
Batterlea-K C, M. Koelzer and
men came to bat an nine more
E in the seventh with fourteen
12 men batting.
In the nightcap the K C started
mad with a five-run rally in
Firemen, Young j the first inning, but the Lions
erased this lead with nine runs
There was also a large number
out for church Sunday night.
We hope that since the meeting
has come to a close that we will
continue to have good crowds.
zThc Frio revival meeting
leatured some fine messages and
in the first two Innings. By the was by lbf T'T,™m'
J munity. Rev. Lloyd Waters
seventh Inning the Lions had in-
preached Saturday, Sunday and
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i»i u ' , Vom.. Carl Leaper of Plainview for
Plowboys, 14 to 9. The Lions Game 1 the Wednesday services Rev U»-
* tar ted ahead with nine runs Score by innings HIIE. .‘ ’ 1 }
4-T.u . , t, ,, a in a,x0 r, ..r oo « ton could not continue the
in the first two Innings and were K C 410 408 9 Jfi 8 t, he was dul. op(,„
never headed afterwards. Five, Plowboys *22 053 0 17 17 111 meet,nR at ,„g „wn chu'rch
hits, two of them extra bases Batteries K C, M. Koelzer and Fridtiv night
accounted for the four runs in V. Stelzer. Plowboys, G. Fuller, 9
the first Inning, while it took Sewell and J. Albracht.
only three hits lor live runs in 2nd Came
the next inning. The Lions then Score by Innings K II K
missed scoring in the next frame, Lions 360 053 0 17 17 7
but they scored In each of their K C 505 011 3 15 14
last three innings.
Mrs. Pete Chenault and Miss ( of this community. Angel Food
Thelma Chenault of Mlllican, \ cakes entered by each were
Ollie Dixon and son. Glennis,. scored highly by the Extension
of Amarillo, Mr. and Mrs. Em- Specialist in Food Preparation,
mett Dixon, William and Wll- Mr. Andrews and Mrs. Cecil
bur of Dlmmltt and Mr. and Mrs., Gunter have both been on the
Weldon Bradley of Cleo. sick list.
Guests in the Jim Brooks home: Mrs. Deward Roberson and
for dinnerSunday were, Mrs. Mrs. Jody Benson of Amarillo
maijuiic lulel, Mi . and j«*v spent Monday In the A. T. Jones
D. O. Benson, Virginia and Oli- home. Little Dovle Jane returned
via. Ray Brown and Mr. and home with her sister, Mrs. Ben-
Mrs. John Johnson and Wanzu. son, for a few days visit.
Lawrence Owen of Hereford is | M lovely „ifts were Dre.
spending a few days in the home t H‘ M ^ t n , , .•
v,. .... ... ,, sented to Mrs. Jodv Benson of
hls sliter' Mrs- Malcom Cas- Amarillo, by little Jimmy Lady
I of Hereford, Monday afternoon
Miss Polly Dixon of Hereford the home of her mother, Mrs.
is spending a few days with a. T. Jones.
Lurline Dixon. ... „ .... .
I Mrs. Benson will be remember-
Miss Leota Reeves of Nacona by many as Miss Gladys Jones
visited in the home of Mr. and who lived In this community
Mrs. John Johnson and family foe many years
last week. Among those enjoying the af-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Allmon ternoon and lovely refreshments
and Wanda Marie of Westway were Mrs. Pauline Lady and
attended church in this com- Mrs. Lois Rutter of Hereford,
munity Saturday night. Mrs. Percy Estes of Dimmitt.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ayers and Mrs. Deward Roberson of Ama-
son and Mr. Bob Strobble. the rillo, Mesdames John Johnson.
Young Peoples Director of the Mack Dixon. Jewell Cassels, Es-
First Baptist church of Hereford, ther Springer, Georgia Andrews,
attended church in this com- Helen Brown, Elsie Jones, Verdi
munity Friday night. Mr. Strob- Benson, Ruby Sparkman, Annie
ble took charge of the song ser- Springer, T. L. Sparkman Sr.,
vice that night. and Misses Mary Lois and Gwyn-
Mlsses Polly and Lurline Dix-jdolyn Springer, the honored
on called on Miss Carlie Rae guest and the hostess.
Frye in the Easter community 1 Mrs. Malcom Cassels and child-
Monday afternoon. 1 ren spent. Wednesday In the
Miss Imogene Roberson and home of her parents, Mr. and
Miss Avis Matthews of Hereford Mrs. G. P. Owen of Hereford
called in the Malcom Cassels (others calling in the Owen home
home Sunday afternoon. 'were Mrs. Gerald Wilson and
The show of baked foods, such Miss Olive Stagner.
as bread, cakes, pies and cookies, ____0___.
held at the Deaf Smith County On January 1, 1940 there were
courthouse last Thursday after- 32.245.000 persons living on farms
noon for all Home Demonstrat-1 in the United States, accord-
ion club women was attended i lng to the Bureau of Agricul-
by Mrs. W. A. and J. E. Springer l tore Economics.
Mrs. J. M. Posey and Rena Rae
Renfro have returned from Tu-
eumcarl, N M . where they visit-
ed Mrs. Posey’s sister. Mrs. L.
II D V\ n r\H fom 4 1*»
were accompanied home by Miss
Lois Agnes Gilbreath who had
spent the summer with relatives
Included in a group that made
a trip to Amarillo Sunday to
see Paul Lyons, son of Mr. and
Mrs. F. P. Lyons, who is re-
covering from an operation at
St Anthony’s Hospital were: Bob
Gilliland. George McLean, Viv-
ian. Olson, Billy Louise Crawford
and Pollyanna Crawford.
Miss Mabel Rigler of Plainview
Is spending several days here in
the home of her grandmother,
Mrs. W M Rigler.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Renz
and baby have been visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Boardman. Mr. Renz has return-
ed to his home in St. Louis, Mo.,
and Mrs. Renz and baby will re-
main for another week’s visit.
Hi* long hair put up In a mjf.
Maurice Maeterlinck, famoun Brt-
!(ian author of “The Bluebird,” la
shown soon after hia arrival in th«
United State* as a war refugee, fol-
lowing the German triumph.
A recent visitor in the home
of her sister, Mrs. Roy Jowell.
was Mrs. C. O. Raht and chlld-
icn of Phoenix. Ariz.
Miss Danalee Martin of Bloom-
field, N. M., spent a few days
with her aunt, Mrs. S. E. Ask-
ren recently. She was enroute
to Houston where she will attend
school the coming fall and win-
ter. Accompanying her here
were her grandmother. Mrs. Asa
Martin and an uncle, David Mar-
tin of Aztec, N. M.
Mrs Paul V Calet of Indiana-
polis. lnd , has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Earl Phillips and
, brother, Roger Corbett.
Mrs. Vivian Major returned
Sunday from Houston where she
visited her sister and brother-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lenod**
, Mrs. Lynn Kester and child-
ren returned 8unday from 8i^
dan where they visited her par*
jents, Mr and Mrs. Jim Findley.
' for several days.
Mrs. Vivian Major spent Wed-
, nesday in Groom visiting in the
J. C. Major home.
Mr and Mrs W. L. Ayers an
family left Friday for Ft. WorU
College Station, Houston, and
Every member of the Frio Bap-
tist Church is urged to be at
Sunday School next Sunday
(j morning as a conference will be
! held after Sunday School to pre-
, , , j pare the church letter and to
Batteries Lions, Wilson and coiisidc?r calling a pastor.
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riknoftl 4 MIM NAOflN
The Young Peoples Sunday
School class won the contest be-
tween their class and the adult
class with 8800 votes to the
5500 votes of the adult class.
The adult classe will entertain
the other class,
Mrs. Ruth Gage and two boys
of Pampa are visiting her sis-
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Haskell Benson and cuughtcr >.
Mr and Mrs. Will .s Dixon
are enjoying a Vis.l w.Ji their
neice.s, Mrs. Pete (Jhcnaini and
Miss Thelma Chenault boili >t
Mlllican. The two girls arrived
last Wednesday and will be here
Little Miss Lunelle Mobley of
Dimmitt spent the week with
Frank Robbins left last week
with his uncle and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Rhea Robbins, of Can-
yon for a visit with relatives
in Portales, Santa Fe, Belln and
i Ft Sumner.
Lunelle and Lavonne Lindsay
of Hereford spent Saturday night
in the J M Dixon home visit-
ing Wanda. Mr. and Mrs. DIx-
Ion took them back home Sun-
day and spent the day with
Mr, and Mrs. J. J. Lindsay.
Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Benson
and daughters and Mrs. Ruth
Gage and boys visited In the
homes of Mr. and Mrs, Trainer
and Mr. and Mrs. English of
, Flagg Sunday afternoon.
1 Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Tennison
and Kona Faye of Amarillo spent
Sunday night In the John John-
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wilson
of Hereford spent Saturday night
and Sunday in the home of her
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Malcom Cassels and children.
Miss Dorothea Hodges left Sun-
day for a weeks visit with her
sisters in Whltedeer.
Miss Adelia Henson of Here-
ford spent Friday afternoon with
Mrs. Wesley Brown.
Mr and Mrs. Wesley Brown,
Woodrow Morgan and Mary Lois
Springer spent Sunday in Hap
py with Miss Arllne Armstrong.
Lunelle Mobley of Dlmmltt
and Betty Robbins spent Thurs-
day in the Malcom Cassels home
visiting May Nell.
Miss Leota Reeves of Nacona
and Mrs. John Johnson and
daughters, Wanza and Treva Jo
Poole called In the home of Mr.,
and Mr*. We*ley Brown, Wed-
Mr and Mrs. Wiley Littrellj
and daughter, June of Cache,
Ok Is, spent several days last
week with Mr and Mrs. Joe
E. Andrews and Alma. Mrs. Ut-
trill le a deter at Mr
Mr and Mrs Will «.
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Gillentine, Jimmie. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 29, 1940, newspaper, August 29, 1940; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth822157/m1/4/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.