The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 29, 1931 Page: 4 of 10
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The Hereford Brand, Hereford, Tcx««. Thnradav. October 29. 1931.
BY EDNA HALL
In tUe Kriug home Sunday.
Mr*. H. M. Hines v 1*1 let I Mr*.
Ovid IMndtfrt Sunday afternoon.
Mattel Plnekert, Addiaon Hunter
L. A. Mutthowa la driving a new
F. L. JMnckert and family visited
\lr. and Mr*. Ovid Plnekert Sun-
if I. Hardy made » bu-inewi, tj||l |ul| hoa|t, 8imUay.
t:i,, to Mcm,d,ia Monday I Ml** Johnnie Hardy spent Satur
Mr*. Alva Wry and daughter L, llljfht wUh Klallie Dyer.
viHiKNi Mr*. Ilxou Iiic*(kiy. j Mr. MIM| Mra. Walter Mann vlelt-
Mr. and Mra Hoy Mean* and|H, tht> ,uu ,loul* 8umUy.
clii.drc,i of Oklahoma l Ity vialted Mr„ c <, Map||M( vi*lteil h,,r
In the Hall home thl* week. Mr. mr*. Andrew Wednesday.
Mt*na la Mr. Hull a nephew. | Kev. Smith will preach for ui
Mr* Sam Hunter. W. A. Hunter |lllo thlrd Sun,lay of n,.xt month
hkI Mra. Hartley railed on Mr. ) Mr ail(, Mra m. L. Hardy vl*lt-
sirmamn Wednesday. Ul Mr. and Mra. M L. Hlmpsou
Mra. Andrew vlalted Mra. Hall ».'r|«lny night
Timrsday afternoon. * I ’ „ .
Mr. Ho.. .pent W,Hl„~.h,y nljtlit , "•'l' Mr"' *•«* »
!„ »k.. v . |rtn(.k..rt k.jjj.;. few da.va thla week.
Mra. layman vlalted Mra. Simp* Mra. M. L. Plnekei't
■*»M\ Thuraday afternoon. (vlalted Mr. and Mra. Hardy Sun-
• Mr. and Mra. L. R. llelk, Mra.
D>*e Wtatlsey ami .1 mi til t n M<*<iluui* Mr, and Mra. Holt Millard of
were Hereford vhltora Wedneadav. (’MtiMdlsn vlalted Ida alater. Mra. .1
»nd WrSun lluita took dinner in day.
Lucille Dyer apent the week end
with Kathleen Hardy.
Anderaon Axe speut Friday night
with Hrltaln ('humble** at Easier.
Itlll Kring left Wednesday for a
vl.ui 4ii Oklahoma.
Itel.it I vim from Amarillo visited
J. Wilder, and family Sunday.
Hill Hacker visited In the Hag-
ue) I home Sunday.
FOURTH AND MAIN
Peanut Rutter, Morris Supreme, 5 lb can 75c
Saltine Flakes, 2 lb box------------24c
Compound, 8 pound pail_____________74c
Oranges, 288'h, per dozen____________19c
Coffee, Chase & Sanborn Seal Brand, 3 lbs 73c
Reel Brand pure cane Syrup, 1-2 gal 37c,
gallon _________________________ 69c
M»!k, Carnation, 6 small 23c, 3 large___23c
Salmon, pink, tall can_______________lie
Tomato Soup, White Swan, 4 cans____28c
Bulk Coffee, ground, lb_____________14c
Cheese, full cream, lb_______________22c
Spuds, No. l’s, 10 lbs_______________15c
Yarns, No. l*s, large and clean, lb---- 2c
Soap, P. & M„ 10 bars______________33c
China Dish Free with #2.00 Order.
Miium. John Hull and l*«t 1 In rely
mill'd on Mr*. Baggett Thursday
Mr*. Ovid Plnekert and Mr*.
Noll Andrew visited In the Pluck-
Oft holin' WedueMiliiy.
Ml** I .el In Thoma* vUdted Tlncy
A ndred Sundny.
Juunlta MeOlnnls attended liter-
ary ut Kiisfer Friday night.
Kiaiue Dyer nmi Km iinii visiieii
Johnnie llurily Suniluy.
Mr. iiml Mr*. John Nolnn took
dliuir In the Hardy home Tfcurs-
Mr. and Mr*. J. J. Wilder and
family and Mrs. ami Mr*. Millard
visited In the Smith home at Ras-
ter Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. I’llman Hunter and
I daughter*, Phyllis and Fra: els,
! visited I
I Miss Kilty Oxford spent the weeg IHi'hool
end nltli her parents,
| Mrs. |,ee Oxford.
Wayne Dyer who Is attendlig
W. T. S. T. f\. spent the week end
with home folks.
I|o|ie Adams s|s>nt Sunday with
Is* Hue Back.
Little Phylll* and Franela I (tint nr
attended Sunday Mehool Snndav.
Hobby Plnekert visited ll»rhard
Mr. mid Mr*. Put Hardy v 1*1 led
her parents, Mr. and Mra. Nolan.
Mr. and Mr*. Merrett and family
visited In the Dyer home Sunday.
There will he n Halloween party
at the aehiMil houae Friday night.
Mr. and Mra. Mack Dixon.
Baptismal service* ware held
Mr. and Mra. Paul Williams
■pent Sunday In the Leo Williams
The W. W. Club met last week
with Mr*. J. H. Hurllue and the
day was s|ient quilting. The next
meeting will lie at the home of
Mr*. C. F*. Tlis* November 8, and
the Castro county health nurac
will la* present.
J. K. Andrews went to Dalhart
last Friday oil huslne**.
II. I. Ollllspie of PUtnpn Is here
the | mi it few daya gathering hi*
Fred Jitulth of Hereford left
last Friday for Shamrock to work.
r ioyu onmpoeii or iroanyton l*
here on business.
Mr*. C. K. Tlee apent Monday
with Mrs. J. J. IJ mi say helping
her make relish.
Miss Wildn Wilson attended n
similiter party at the home of
Verdin IV Schcthngeu last Kildaj
Misses lai Nolle and Ilyrdle I he
Hcholhiigiyi entertained with a
R. Heck ami family K'tn- j slumber party at their home Fri-
day night, honoring a number of
friend*, Louise Knthcryu
Mr. and and Helen Hay llunim, Onytha and
Wildn Wilson and Virginia ('ox
A luosl delightful time war had.
Mr. nud Mrs. M. D. Welt* were
called to Lubbock Friday to at-
tend the fmierul of a nephew of
Mr. Welti, Mr. Nelson, of that
While Jack and Tort Strewn
were bringing two horses from Mel-
rose, N. M., In a trailer recently
the trailer got away from them,
hacked down an tiu'llno and Injur-
ed both lioraoa so that one was
crippled and left tahlnd, the other
dying soon after the boys reached
Rd Williams has bought the
Martin Frlakle place in Hereford
Here and There
BT MKS 0. B. TICK
Mrs. (1. F. Springer, Mr*. De-
ward Hols'isou and Miss (iliidy*
Jones were In Amarillo Friday to
attend I he day.
Hov. Fields of I'laluvlew filled
Ills regular upisilntiucnt at Frio
last Saturday night nnd Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lindsay and
family moved to their place in
Hereford luat Wednesday.
Mr. and Mra. Frank Miller of
Itovlna sis'iiI Sunday In the home
of her brother and family, Mr.
and Mra. II. M. Mobley.
Mr. and Mr*. J. It. Hardin *|M>nl
Sunday In the home of her *1*1 er
and family, Mr. and Mr*. Jack Hob
Mr. and Mr*. T. L. Sparkman
nnd Mr. and Mr*. Owen Andrew*
went to Plalnvlow last Hqnday.
R. T. Hrook* and mother *i*ent
Saturday and Sunday with rela
lives nnd friend* In Amarillo.
Mr. and Mra. J. J. Lindsey and
family iqicnt Saturday In the home
of Mr. and Mra. II. H. Klllaton.
Messrs, ami lime*. Harvey Alli-
son, Hlemmom, Ayres, Walter Dll-
on s|s>nt Sunday In the borne of
at (tie W. S, IHxoii home hurt Sun-
day iiftornoon. .
aud will move to town aeon. Mr.
William* la a brother of Mra. H.
i\ L. Hagadale spent Saturday
night In the (lay Hama how*
Rimer, Cart aud ueorge streum
and Dounl* (Juris spent Sunday df-
ternoou with the Whitaker boys.
Mr. and Mra. John Gaeta and
France* were dlnuer gueata In the
(iuy llaium home Sunday.
By OLIVE PREKINS.
Mr. and Mr*. Jim Hlekett* and
son. James Artis, visited hla par-
ents. Mr. and Mra. Ira Rlckrtt*
Miss Virginia Bowman of Here-
ford visited Kuulce ('aidwell last
Mr*. J. N. Benson vlalted her
father last week, while Mi** l<en-
trice Benson apent the day with
her alater, Mr*. Andrews, in the
Rimer .lone* and Ml** Klsle An-
drews visited Mr. mid Mra. Clyde
Hussell last Sunday.
The next ladles club meeting
will Is* held at the home of Mr*,
fra Hb'ketla the tlr*t Wedneaday
In Novciulicr. A program tin Arm-
istice Day will he given.
Mr. and Mr*. Hay llersliey call-
ed In the Park home Sunday eve-
Mr. nnd Mr*. Byron Klmtnon*
of Clovis, New Mexico, were trans-
acting business In tho Progressiva
uclgbliorhood and calling on their
old friends last Thursday.
Mr. and Mra. Fox, Beulah Me-
Klnxle and Kdlth Chlldree were
aupiMT guests Suturday night In
the Chlldree home. Mr. and Mra.
Fox and Mias MeKInsle spent Sat-
urday night and Sunday with her
parents In the Ward community.
- We have given 744
wave* since our open-
ing In December, lOftl.
We will be glad to
make an adjustment
for any of these wave*
that have not been sat-
Call 492 or See
MRS. W. S. SMART
Mias Until Johnson received one
of our free permanents.
Ruth Park visited her alater,
Mra. Ernest Henry, last Saturday
Mr. and Mra. Blakemore and
children called on the Deaavaa
rarnlly Sunday evening. *
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Itusaell call-
ed ou Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Russell
Mr. and Mra. John Jacobsen,
Grandmother Orr and Mr. and Mr*.
Anthony vlalted the Bakers Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Caldwell
and Eunice spent last Sunday wt}l
Mr. and Mra. a P.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy
to Pampa on busir
Mr. and Mra. Hawkeii Beus»i
of Hereford vlalted hla folks Jp-d
Mr. and Mra. Clyde Russell visit-
ed her mother Monday.
Mra. T. E. Baker and child r*i
and Mia* Lola Park visited MrJ
and Mra. Jack Baker of IMmifiPt|
Shampoo and Fingerwave, 25c
Every Wave Guaranteed
Smart Marinello Beauty Shoppe
AJLV1 VJLV1 U TT AIVIVUUIV
L. W. CARLYLE
FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
lloma-Mlllad, 48-PuuimI Hark.......
Urn Package .....................
Tan Pounds ......... .............
large and Juley .........................
Wnpea, lf-Ounee Jar ................
HaMinrs, Twa Pounds . ..............
Half ar Whale .........................
KI|M r«H* Budut
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aii Wool $2.95 <->$8.95
98c $1.79 $2.79 $4.95
ah w.m.1 $6.75
D. R. GASS SON
NOVEMBER 4 • S ■ 6 and 7
Utun u» the lar$Mt of all Radio Broadcast lOfiOO Reoll Store* an on the air every morning, November 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
7, Over 22$ Station*.
KCRS, AT AMARILLO, 10:30 A. M.
—the large*! Rexall Sale in biatory. If cut price* Intereat you—we aell at abaolutely the aame low price* during tbi* aale aa
Rexall Store* in the larger citiea. THE REXALL DRUG COMPANY aacriSoe* the profit in tbi* aale, to introduce the
merebandiae. We cannot lint *o many item*, but every Rexall item and many other* are in tbi* aale.
TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE PLUS ONE CENT!
CORNER DRUG STORE
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Kessie, R. E. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 29, 1931, newspaper, October 29, 1931; Hereford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth825192/m1/4/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.