The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 125, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 26, 1942 Page: 3 of 4
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OUT OUR WAY
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if we COULDMT
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The following question* will he
studied at First Christian Church
Wednesday evening at 8:00 of the
1. What wa* the force with
which Stephen spoke? Who op-
posed his work? With what did
they charge him. How did they
proceed again*t him?
2. Who asked the question that
pi-ovoked Stephen’s defense'.’
What is said of the birth of what
child in Stephen’s speech?
8. What provoked Israel to dis-
obey what commandment of God?
4. What two expressions were
made by Stephen as he was being
6. Who began active opposition
to the church at this point?
6. Who preached; what did lie
Miss Carolyn Brown became the
bride of M. L. Nabors in a cere-
mony at the home of Rev. W. A.
Squyers, Rockwall, Dec. 20, 1941.
The bride, a daughter of Mrs.
J. 1. Brown of this city, after
completing her early education in
the Sulphur Springs sehool sys-
tem, received her degree from the
Hast Texas State Teachers Col-
lege. The past year she has been
a member of the Sulphur Springs
The groom is the son of R. E.
Nabors of Commerce jsnd is now
employed at the North American
Aviation plant, Dallas.
The couple . will make their
home in Dallas, at 2842 W. Brook-
old Hines spent Tuesday ill
Mrs. Neff Moan is hjre from
Dallas visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Wingo, while Neff
is in Oklahoma City on a business
Last rites were held at Sherley
Baptist Church at 3 p.m. Tuesday
for Joe V. Smith, 58, well-known
and prominent farmer of that
community, with the Rev. Carrol
Hatchcl of Hughes Springs offici-
ating. Burial followed in Sherley
Mr. Smith died about 10:30 a.
m. Monday following an illness of
several months. He is survived by
the widow, five children and other
Pallbearers were J. Q. Wiler,
Frank Bell, Barto White, Hub-*
bard Walker, Marion Smith and
M. Senit was in.Dalla*
ly transacting business.
. Medley left Tuesday for
with relatives in Midland,
and Denver City.
Mr .and Mrs. Douglas W. Join-
er of Cpmo announce tlbe arrival
of a baby girl, born May 19,
1942. She has been named Betty
Ann. 1 —-H i
ly McDowall at the Broad
’ednesday and Thursday.
Miss Bertha McDonald has re-
turned to Sherman, after several
days vist with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. McDonald, at
Skillman Bird left Tucs-
Kyle, where she will visit
Her desire scorched both their
lives with the vicious breath of
scandal. See Walter Pidgeou and
Maureen OTlura in "How Green
Was My Valley” at the Mission
Wednesday and Thursday.'
preach/ with what result? Whut
great sinner was converted here?
7. To what point were preach-
ers dispatched? Who were the
preachers? What did these re-
ceive? Who were qualified to re-
ceive the free gift?
9. Ask five persons to relate
the conversion of the Ethiopian.
9. What personality appears
here? Tell something of his life
and education. What unique
method was employed to save hie
ihe conversion of the Ethiopian?
when he returned to Jerusalem?
1 Who took him in and protected
11. W^iat woman was found at
Joppa? What was her other name?
! Whut was her reputation? Whut
! happened to her? Who performed
the miracle in which she was the
, principal character? Where did
| Peter remain? With whom?
12. Have general discussion on
l the life and character of Cornell-
Mrs. M. C. Mans is in Paris
visiting Mrs. G. A. Lehnhoff.
[ Ruby Blalock underwent a
^operation at the Cozad cli"-
first of the week.
(Hu Anvrftri Press)
Dallas, May 26.—Directors of
the State Fair of Texas decided
Monday to cancel the 1942 expo-
sition and offer all buildings,
grounds and equipment for Gov-
ernment war use.
Mrs. D. M. Hudspeth returned
home Monday from Clarksville,
where she visited relatives.
•Sgt. Floyd Hallmark, who is a
Drill Instructor at Sheppard Field
at Wichita Falls, is visiting rela-
tives here on u 15-day furlough.
The Sunny Side" at Broad-
ednesday and Thursday.
W. B. Junell and Bert Ander-
son were in Cumby Tuesday ou a
Mary Ida Davis and her
'rom Lubbock went to Dal-
isday for several day* visit
"The Lady Is Willing” at the
I Carnation Wednesday, Thursday.
THE HARD PAM
\jen miivseetisvic*.me. t a mo.e,a WT on.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
Miss Gcorgcannu Shelton has
returned from Ponca City, Okla.,
where she visited relatives.
and Mrs. Roy Reeves of
ngclo are visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Lovell
and daughter. Dorothy Jean, spent
I the weekend in Dallas, visiting Mr.
I and Mrs. Bill Hammond and their
school program that recetvod hear-
ty ovation throughout.
The High School Orchestra,
consisting of J, T. Adams, direc-
tor, ami Dan Edwin Bonner, J. C,
Perkins, Annette Glover, Mary
Kathryn Ramey, Don Brice, John
IhsvU, Kenneth Pharr, Ben Deryl
Wood and Joe France, gave
musical selections. The orchestra
program was interspersed with
specialties, vocal ducts, by Wanda
Ruth Campbell and Jo Ruth Gide-
on, trumpet solos by Newman Me
Larry and dances by Patsy Pate
and Junior Hooten. .Specialty
numbers were closed with a duet
of patriotic medley* by Misses
Campbell and Gideon. The entire
program was pleasing entertain-
ment, and tightened the bond of
association of the Lion* Club and
the high school which has held
since the club organisation.
Mis* Annette Glover, outstand-
ing member of the graduating
class, was introduced us the hon-
orary high school Lioness, closing
the courlely extended by the club
throughout the school par, as her
selection to the honor murks the
last of the school year 1941-4?.
Miss Jamie Lois White, who ra-
reigned as queen of dairy show,
was introduced a* a club guest
and responded graciously to ra-
quest for a dauce. She wa* given
piano accompaniment by Mia*
Following the program, R. R,
Sanders explained organisation of
the 11.S O. arid announced a drive
for funds to be launched Wedlles
day, expressing confidence that
the Lions would as usual put
forth efforts of aiding the drive
Guest* at the luncheon were
Miss Elaine Malgous, Misa Rosa
Rippy and John G. Long.
THtl-twlster Shorty Makwell,
voicing sentiment of the club, ex-
pressed sympathy for a fellow
club member, Howard Smith, at
the death of hi* father, and A
floral offering wa* selected a* a
method of conveying the club
Marl cine * Dietrich and Fred
Mac Murray at the Carnation on
Wednesday and Thursday. ~
Wanta D S
Mrs. Lilly Smith of Kemp is
visiting in the home of her sis-
ter, Mrs. T. J. Tueker.
and Mrs. S. W. Diaper, of
p, are visiting their -laugh
!r*. Calvin Johnson, Mr.
ti and their -mall son.
j Mrs. (’. 1). Sellers came here
i Tuesday from Shreveport for a
! visit before leaving for Denton,
i where she w ill attend graduation
j of Miss Sarah Alice Spence from
__________ ! Mrs. W. K. Baird, Misses Juu-
I J. K, Brim, Kearney Brim Jr. 5 "da and Betty Lou Baird and
I and B. F. Ashcroft left Monday Mary Jane Chamberlain spent the
for a visit in Austin. i day in Clarksville Monday.
FOR SALE—House and lot near
business section. Phono 686.
Mrs. C. P. Smith left Monday
for Houston for a visit with her
son, Joe Smith, who holds a posi-
tion on the defense program.
e Green Was My, Valley”
Mission Wednesday and
Letter Murdock, president, pre-
sided today ut the Lion* Club
luncheon and conducted announce
ments of club interest, It was
brought before the club the annu-
al election of chib officers will be-
held two weeks from today, and
that the annuul Ladies Night ban
quet is being arranged for Friday
evening, June 5th, in the Method
1st church parlors, and Charles
Carothcr* read a list of program
committees appointed to perfect
plans of the ^banquet.
James Brittain planned an «x.
cellqnt program Of entertainment
for the luncheon and in his ab-
sence, 11. C. Check Jr. efficiently
acted as program chairman, intro*
FOR BALK — Fourteen good,
White 0. I C. six-week-oid pigs,
$5.00 each. See G. E. Apple-
white, 2 Vi miles north of Como.
er Gordon of Tyler, chief
*■ y party, Soil Conserva-
rtvice, is working in Hop-
runty this week
Mis* Billie Fae Harris will lead
this meeting and she asks her
friends to be present and take-
part in the meeting. Misses Sybil
Hamilton and Rose Snow will sing
FOR SALK — House and lot on
South League. See George Mills.
| Win. W. Taylor returned
Tuesday from Rantoul, III.,
j she visited her husband,
| there at Chanute Field.
FOR SALE—Throe-week-old Leg-
horn cockerels, for quick broiler*
and fryers. Ready now. Dortch
Leghorn Farm, Highway 154,
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Bridges of
Quitman were here Monday visit-
ing her parent*, Mr. and Mrs.
|er Pidgeon and Maureen !
* at the Mission Wednesday 1
The merriest whirl of love and
laughter that ever made you roa-
your breath away. Marleine licit-
rirh arid Fred MacMiinay in "The
Lady Is Willing” at the Carnation
Wednesday and Thursday.
Due to rain ami muddy roads,
the club did not have their reg-
ular meeting on last Wednesday,
They will meet June 3 in the home
of Mrs. Jessie Kate Coffey. Each
member is urged to be present
ami visitors are cordially invited.
We are expecting our new agent
to be with us on that date.—Re-
FOR SALE— Modernly equipped
beauty shop in Sulphur Springs.
Well established business. Write)
Box F, News Telegram.
and Mrs. Q. O. Young left
ly for Mineral W-li , where
foung went for medical
Mr. arid Mrs. A. J. Boyd of Sul-
phur Springs Route 4, announce
the arival of a daughter on Tues-
day, May 26, 1942, She has been
named Lillie Diane.
i ducing Agues Marie Ardm, who
in capable manner as mistress of
SHINERS — Jumbo sixes; also
crawfish for fish bait. H. C.
(Casey) Jones, 840 Jefferson
presented a high
Mr. and Mis. ti F Smith. Ida
Jo Smith and (heir goes! spent
j Sunday with Mr. and Mfs. Will
I Frances of Brashear. The after-
i noon guests were Corp Malcolm
Cantrell of Enid. Okla.; Miss Edna
I Smith. Miss Margie Hayes, and
j Billie Fisher of Sulphur Springs.
You'll be deliriously delighted
when tins ravishing glamour gill
sweeps the gentleman off his feet
- her kisses go to his head—and
he ends up in her arms. See Mar
lieiie Dietrich and Fred MaeMur-
ray in "The Lady Is Willing” ut
Staff Sift. I.nnrtzo J). Smith of th‘’ <arnation W<«cJn<*<Ja'y, Thur*
Sheppard Kicid, Wichita Falls, *hty.
Rpent the week-end with hi* par
enft, Mr. ami Mrs. ft K. Smith, <»f
•Sulphur Spring”*. He was at corn
panted hy Mr. and Mrs Franklin
and daughter*, Margaret and Dor*
uthv. Mr. and Mrs. fail Franklin
and baby, all of Ft Worth.
I*. F- Burnett ami Mi.** ' Donie !. g
„ 1 trie ref ngcratioi
Kyle were united in marriage Sat- ljrink,r> al#
unlay night ami left for Jackiton*
ville to make their home. i —----■—----------„
The couple was given a shower FOR RENT De$
of gifts by the Sunday School! cottagi*. 130 Fo
Fla** of the First Thriatian 1 venionee*. Mis*
(•hurch, to which the bride belong- Phone 2Hf|.
WILL YOU EVER GET BACK
TO THIS AGAIN?
j .Joseph Dial left Tuesday
Lshington, DC, where >h»*
reptrd a government po i
rough the nil miner.
Dr. and Mr*. 4. I.udwetl Duvl#
vufcnt to Winnahoro Tuesday to at-
tend an entertainment given by
tin congregation 4#f the Presbyte-
rian fhureh, of which he was pa*
(oi, before resigning to accept
the pastorate of the Presbyterian
fhureh of Alice.
Middleton went *
v for a visit wit!
s. Bradley Whit
| (iieeri Was My Valley” boy in a
----------.—.—... —- I picture all his own. See Roddy
f, Frank pinion and Mrs j McDowall at the Broadway Wed
i Mvcrs ami daughter has* I ne-day and Thursday in “<>11 The
*d from Waco, wheje the\ I Snnnv Sid<\”
Mr and Mr-. <». F Mai i ----------------------------
Mis Shade (iafford and Mi *
Mamie B* aj. went to Austin Tues-
day for a visit wit h their *L*te*.
Mr*. Patti Flendrnin, and non
•hi’ k Beale < I* ndefiin, Texas I n
\eiMf. student 4at k will return
heme with them for a two week*
vacation before entering the uni
versity summer term.
Itnti Mrs 4. (i Mull ms wcii
' \i t . ,, Mr* Burt Waits and daughter,
■ merce Monday to attend
L . L'TcTt' l i Mr*, .tow .Mullins, were here mi
ftion at LISP, w here a
.... . Monday for a short visit, return-
! wa.-' awarded then son, t ie ’
.. ,, mg to then home in fvler from
bot* MuIIin*. 1 ,
ladand Smith an<! family, who
have been living at H22 (lilmer
street, have movuul to th«* home
they have puich&*ed on 4effer*on
FOR RENT — Tw
o room* and
PeriHion investigator. j wrecutMl sleeping porch. Adult
— ------ ! preferred. See Mr*. M. A. Mont*
IB s here from ’*Ovcr There”? K('m+ry, Brewer Ave, d24 4t*wltp
to help his A merit an coij*in* 'car vtiu m err l- l
„ ... H/m KhN I — rive-room houne.
r> »n - come what may! See Rml- j A „ r„I1V(Mr„. Luro
-ly McDu«all at the Broadway unj,,(imjn.ck( m ,;huivh
W eiinemlay an.) Thurviay in “On j ,.honc 259 d26-7tc
I he Sunny Side/* ..................- ------
Mis. H. F^ Pound.* 1* a patient
at the I.ongirio Hospital for treat
ment of a neverely *prairi»*d ankle.
The ankh* wa* put in a cant. Tues-
day and -in* was d(taine<i at the
hospital for never ml days treat-
Inere has been a sin. ! am
:* who .-.ho lid he branded?”
Pidgeon denounces tne
'Jg tongues ill “llow (ireef.
Valiev” at the Miasoin
Jvhe>day and Thursday.
Mr*. Harold Arnold and daugh- houws wl
tj-r, Hetty, left Tuesday to make occupanc
their home in Schenectady, New ^ l*r»8,
York, where Harold w employed —
a* iriHpector of the War Depart-
ment rftdio transmission equip* i ............
A lot of fellows will. * , q lot of fellows who hove mode very
definite arrongements through SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSURANCE
ore planning to, take up fishing right where they left off, when
they retire. They'll be able to retire, too, those fellows will,
because they hove found out how easy it is to set wide a few
dollars every month, through a convenient plan, In preparation
for retirement day. And they are looking forward to that day,
because it will hold no financial cares for them!
Mr- Combs ha.- rt turn
10J from Ft Bonniinf, Ga., when*
shtr her huxbaji'J, that*?
lakint- offuir. training. Shi- will
vixit ht-r njothoi'. Sir*. R. L. Svarls,
fin . < vo 1 hi ijays before leaving for
her home in Houston.
L*iri;c its knowledge ^aiqeii in
n kfular production, one industry
is now adapting material* used
*n football uniform;) for. Ameri-
can parachute troops.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
WANTED — Will purchase good
need cash registers for cash. Write
Box J, cure The News-Telegram.
You can plon the tame kind ol a future through SOUTHWESTERN
LIFE INSURANCE, juil o» eoiily at thay, if you want on income
wh#n you retira. Let ut tall you todoy how SOUTHWESTERN DEI
INSURANCE ho» helped more fhon 135,000 ofher Texoni create
fund* for their future needs.
LOST OF STRAYED—Jersey bull
yearling. Got out of my lot at
810 Muin Street. M. <'. Bailey,
Phone 330. d26-lie
Small brown colt. Anyj
information appreciated. Phone
636. Jackie Henderson. d26-ttel
ril KOHDAt I TUtSOW INIDHISOM THURSDAY
STRAYED—Splid red six-weeks-
old pig. Pleati* call Grady Ardis.
You'll be helping everybody if you avoid
week-end mp* whenever possible. That's
the time when travel facilities are most
crowded—tht only time when many wir
workers and men on furloughs can go.
Corner Davis end Connelly Sts.
C. t. 0 DONNELL, PRESIDENT
HOM.S ORE ICE • DALLAS
SULPHUR SPRINGS REPRESENTATIVES
T. B. BLACklilJKNF F,. S. GAFFORD
TOPS in Quality,
Flavor and Nutrition.
At YOUR GROCER'S!
NOTICE —- Have bought one-half j
intercut in Jim Hill Barber Hhnp
on t'onnally St. Appreciate my
friends and customers coming to;
see me. Jitn Grubbs. d26-2t-wltp'
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Bagwell, Eric. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 125, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 26, 1942, newspaper, May 26, 1942; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth825768/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.