The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 55, Ed. 1 Friday, March 5, 1937 Page: 3 of 8
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"STOLEN HOLIDAY,” at Mission
sturday night at 11:00 and Sunday.
K, G. Lynch of Marshall was a vi«-
|or here Thursday.
Attorney Joe Estes of Tyler was
ere today in a court trial.
Attorney Hiram Berry of Houston
yas here today on legal business.
Mrs. Otis IJayne was reported quite
M. C. Bailey is tha man
bout that farm insurance.
Oscar McCorkle is a business vis-
kor in Dallas for the day.
Knobb Watters of Dallas was a
business visitor here today.
Mrs. Fred Oil] of Dike is a patienf
It the Long Hospital.
Mrs. W. W. Jones, who has been
|ick this week, U reported improved.
Mrs. Jack Henderson and sons are
in Dallas to spend the weekend visit-
Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Adair of Hatch-
etviile announce the arrival of a
daughter Thursday, Feb. 4, 1937.
Kay Francis In “Stolen Holiday,"
with Claude Hums and Ian Hunter,
at the Mission Saturday night at 11
(fly AmmeialrH Prtn)
Daytona Beach, Fla., March 5.—
Mayor Irene E. Armstrong, house-
wife-executive who defied the Gover-
nor of Florida when he attempted to
;)U»tt her, resigned unexpectedly yes-
terday and her husband took over
the post he formerly held,
Armstrong resigned Dec. 10, say-
ing he feared he would be suspend-
ed by Dave Sholtr. then governor.
The commission named Ml*. Arm-
strong to succeed him. On January 1
Sholu issued ap order removing Mrs.
Armstrong and other city officials.
Mrs. Armstrong entrenched herself
in the city hall, ringed the building
wjth aimed police officers and de-
clined to turn over city records to
new officials named by Sho'ti.
Mis. Armstrong obtained a tem-
porary injunction prohibiting the
Mrs. Pete Braden and Mrs., H. ET. Sholtr Wjflajntees from taking office.
Harney were visitors in Tyler today 2 an
to bring Miss Janice Braden home CBUtt for action. Meanwhile, Fred P.
for a vi hi during the weekend. Cone' «0vcrn,,r 3in S’
revoked .Jtys ^uster*
Miss Lola Beth Wood, Miss Fran-
ces Bullock and Gene Chamberlain
are visiting in Dallas during the
Mr. and Mrs Win. 0. Perkins of
Tyler have returned home after a
visit here with Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Tomlinson of
Shreveport will be weekend visitors
in the home of her jtarentu, Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Orr, at Posey.
Baby Kay Moore, who has been a
patient at the Long Hospital, was
mover! to his home at Brashcar Fri-
Mis. Emmece Stockton, who- has
been sick this week at her home on
MARY ASTOR in "Lady
Nowhere.” at the Broadway Satur-! «*lmer street, w*8 reported Improv
night at 11:00 and Sunday. !ed toduy.
Mr. and Wrs. Silas Harrington Jr.
E. T. Sellers, student of the Com-
If Plano are Friday guests of Rev. j merce college, is at home during the
[nd Mrs, E. W. Martin on Fore St. j weekend visiting his parents, Mr,
and Mrs. E. T. Sellers.
Claud McCorkle was able to be
Lack at his place of business today,
after an illness.
Mrs. Vcrda Nell Henry, who is ill
»t her home on Oak Avc., was report-
ed not doing so well today.
Mrs. Sam Berry and Mrs. Delbert
tMyers were visitors in Greenville to-
City Attorney L. E. Teer is report-
led quite sick at his home on College
Marvin B. Harpei was able to be
|[in town today, after recovering from
serious illness of pneumonia.
Mr arid Mrs. Irving Nichols an-
nounce the arrival of a daughter in
their home at Center Point Thurs-
day, Feb. 4. 1937.
Mrs. Bart Pate and daughter,
Amanda Lou, went to Dallas Friday
afternoon to spend the weeken I vis-
Mrs. W. H Brandon is in Dallas
for a visit with her mother, Mrs. An-
nie Stephens, and children, Charles
and Miss Dorothy Brandon.
Mrs. D. C. Sari in and
I Chapman arc visiting ii
Mrs. Lssler Smith and Mrs. De-
Wilt Morgan went to Ds-nton Friday
to bting Miss Gretchefi Smith, stu-
j dent of Texas State College for
Bertha Women, home for a weekend visit.
Mrs. Moore Connor was in Green
i!!e today visiting her sister. Mrs.
Mrs. Fannie McCauley has return-
ed from an extended visit with rela-
tives at Commerce and w located at
507, South Davm St. with Mrs. K
THE DAILY NEWS-TELEGRAM
(Continued from Page one!
Mr. arid Mrs
John lie Busk of De-
are visiting relative-
and race horse people say the book-
ies arc more responsible for repeal
efforts than any wrong-dfing at. the
tracks. Jdookies have flourish'd un-
regulated. although in open viola-
tion of the law.
When the debate was in progress
today in the Senate, the Governor
itting quietly in the rear listening,
Rawlings at one point accorded him
recognition, raying he fell honored
in having t)ie Governor on the floor
If all the 31 members are present
next Wednesday, a vote of Dl could
pass finally the bill with the repeal
amendment, in which ease House
concurrence is certain. To suspend
the rules and get the bill through be-
fore that time a two-thirds vote for
suspension is required, since It wan
submitted by the Governor, leaving
Nelson and colleagues but one more
vote to work for.
The vote on the Nelson amend-
ment outlawing race track gambling
For the amendment :>Aiken, Beck
Burns, Collie, Cotten, Head, Hill, Is-
bell, Lemons, Neal, Nelson, Newton.
Oncal. Pace. Kedditt, Shivers. Sulak.
Van Zaridt, Weslerfield, Woodruff
20 Against: Brownlee, Holbrook
Moore, Rawlings, Roberts, Stone,
Weinort, Winfield- 8,
Absent: Davis, Small. Spear..
Sunday School was well attended
______ ' I Sunday morning, even though It was
who has been a visitor '-al cold. B V. P U. was organ-
Vernon dui - cd, so now let's all come opt and
one of the very
See M C. Bailey about that fire
insurance, city or farm property.
here, at Cumhy and Mt
ing the iilness and death of his sis-
ter. Mr-. C. k Devall, 1* returning to
Austin during the weekend.
V P. U.
Mrs. P. M. Blinker of Dalla i*
seriously ill with pneumonia at the
Medical Arts Hospital.
Tony Owens, who has been a vis-
itor here several days, left today for
Mayor Shade (,afford and Buriv
Cain spent Friday in Dallas on a
Mr- H. !,. Greer is expected home
during the weekend from Stephen
ville where she. visited during the ill-
ness of her grandmother, who ha*
SOUGHT BE SETTLED
Cairo. Egypt, March 5.—Egyptian
authorities strove Thursday night for
a peaceful settlement of a Coptic
Monks’ sit-down strike, despite an
appeal from Patriarch Yoannes XIX
to dislodge them from withip the
massive walls of their desert monas-
Curtailment of visiting privileges
to nearby Beduoin and Moslem vil-
lages and dc.manda for u new Abbot
inspired the strike. by the monks,
who have undertaken their own ad-
ministration of their fortified and
doorless monastery overlooking the
upper Egyptian desert.
uesen. , ^
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reap their reward, tfA* their “in-
laws” will, give them a note, saying
they have been "gopd "
Theaters will adreite them Tree
and store* will offer free merchan-
dise. AH will guther at a luncheon.
Next year, Editor Howe vows, »Ue
will have Mrs. Franklin D. Roose-
velt on hand as the “Queen'.' of the
"She’s been every place but here,”
he mused. "It’s our turn next”
Governor Allred would put the
Amarillo movement on a national
basis to sec that 'all mothers-in-law
are “held in as high fegnrd as those
honored by Amarillo." ,,
He said the Amarillo movement
“has set up u new appreciation of
hwr for sympathy, long-suffering and
expensive help given newlyweds of
The Governor is a believer in Edi-
tor Howe’s movement and explains:
"If a mother-in-law hadn’t been
the first mother, there wouldn’t be
any mothers-in-law. Solomon, they
tell me, had a thousand wives, and
assuredly must have had as many
mothers-in law. Yet he wrote the
most wonderful tribute to woman
hood in the history of the world-”
The movement developed a slight
hitch last year when, at the time of
their celebration, the mothers-in-law
weie shocked to learn a Gladewater
man had been convicted on a charge
of assault with intent to murder his
Eric Arthur spent several days in
Texaikana last week,
cal airport, lie resides in Mt. Ver-
Doris Jean and Charles Eddie
Chandler spent last Thursday In Mt.
Vernoti with Dr, and Mr?. H. E.
Mifc Mary Ella SevyeU spent the
weekend at her home in Campbell.
Her mother, who spent last week
here, returned home,
Chas. Caudle of Broken Bow, Ok.,
visited his sister, Mrs, H. D. Arthur,
last week, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burns of Mount
Vernon were weekend visitors with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burn*.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hatch'd! and
baby of Dallas spent last week with
relatives here. -
L. J. Bingham visited his aunt,
Mis.-C. J. Farrar, at Sulphur Springs
Sunday. . “ , .
Mrs. Moselle Gist of Dallas spent
the weekend with her parents, Mr,
and Mr*. J. G. Gist.
firs, Orville Miller has flu.
W, L. DeShato of Worthnm spent
the weekend with hi* family here. He
plan* to move to Wortham the latter
part of this Week.
Mis- Anna Belle Worsham .of Dal-
las U visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs, W. A. Worsham.
Friends of L. D. Franks will he In-
terested to knovy that he la tibw em-
ployed by the Magnolia Oil Co., and
has been assigned to New Mexico.
Maty Whitten went to Grcenvillu
Ike Horne went tb Greenville Fri-
day nfternnon to meet Mrs, Horne
and son Kenneth, who returned home
from Del Rio.
Mrs. Lee Ferrell and sons of Lin-
den visited Mr, and Mrs, W. L. De
Jim Hildreth, who has been suf-
fering from blood poisoning in his
foot, underwent an operation at the
Crutcher Hospital Monday.
The school board, at its regular
monthly meeting Tuesday night,
made plans for the annual schooj
U. L. Wardrup and Mrs. W. M,
Hallman are sick.
Walter Hildreth took Mrs. J. D.
Bennett and children to Clyde, Tex.,
Wednesday where they will join Mr.
Bennett, who won recently transfer-
red there by the Gulf Pipe Line Co.
Miss Katherine Bennett remains here
until the close of school.
Walter Swlnforrt of Texarkana
.spent the weekend with his family
Born to Me. and Me*. J. W. Wil*
for Luther Mew*
services for Luther New-
held at the residence of
‘■other, George Lope, M
Radio performers from Station
KPLT, Paris, will present a program
at the school auditorium Friday
night. Admission 10c.
hi* half-brother, George Long,
Friday aftern^n by Rev, si
Baptist pastor of Mt. Vernon,
father was once.constable here
died about ten year* ago, Hi* tpo1
was ill and upuble to attend the bu-
rial. Ilis sisters,, Mrs. A. A. Cappedge
of Ft. Worth. Mrs. F. A. Lambflght
and Mrs. Jack Parch man, who live
near Mt. Vernon,, ami a brother,
Stacy Newman of Malakoff, attend-
ed the funeral. Burial was at Old
Saltillo Cemetery, r
Rev. Clifton of Gilmer Is conduct-
ing a Bible Study ooursa at the 3»Pf
tist Church this week. He lectured to
the school pupils Monday afternoon.
Tuesday with fir. and
attHewj and family.-
]J ' >■
Health lii dtff community is fins.
Some of the farmers have started
their crop#. , .
The school student* are still dy-
ing nice work. Following i« the hon-
or roll; Seventh gtade, Ada lieu
Tony, Doris Joan Harrison, Mary E.
Kent, LoU Edwards, Gertrude Jtd-
wards, Rayburn Mi(cheR and Arthur
Arnolds, Sixth, Ppal Mttttfiews, Mar-
jorie Marten, Mary Frances, Mali'
glnc and Wayrtiond Harrison. Fifth,
Bcttio Jo Landers, Grace Edwsrds,
Mary Evelyn Mitchell, Wayne Estes,
Clennon, Patt and Elvyn Arnolds.
At, the last Cemetery Society
nicetthg tho women selected their
president, secretary and committees,
They are a* follows: President, Mrs.
Itomio Baxley) secretary, Mr*. Uls
Drennon. Committee, Mr*. Lodie
Terrell, Mr*. Clara Matthews, Mr*.
Charley Flowers, Mr*. N. Gilpin and
Mrs. Newt Gipson.
Mr. and Mrs. Hassle Perfson visit-
ed Mr. and Mr*. D. Butler of Weaver
Mr. and Mr*. John Moon and fam-
ily of Peerless visited her brother,
fiarnie Matthews, and family last
tlarnle Matthews and daughters,
Mr. and Mr*. Pat Grave* and son
Pat Jr. spent the week with Mr. and
Mrs. John Allen.
Mr. and Mr*. Billie Banks an
e after arriving here,
shown ,o)e by her
' : ■ wm
■ - ryJjSI
a pleesapt memory. When 1
And despondent l fie.uW*9*9J....
advice and she was avex ready ttw
helii me. These word* bays been spo-
ken In her behalf: “If she had an ene-
my I don’t, know who it.waa.”
Aunt Pad waa a widow twenty
year*. Uncle Jim was called away In
1916, She was bom In Tennosse*.
her age being 79 years, 27 days! She
was the mother of three Airis, two
having died In Ihfdncjr. She ledve*
to mourn her passing, a holt ef
friends and relative*, one daughter,
three grandchildren, two great-grand-
Th* Methodist phstor, Bro, Nrt,
conducted funeral Service*. Fallbear-
ers were groal-nephews, Duane Lee,
Travis Phillips, G#he ahd fiarvin
Ledbetter, Johh F. and Ray Wallace.
She was Ibid to rest In the Rally
Springs Cemetery under a mnitml '
beautiful flowers, As the ro*ds w
bad. there weke a liunibfer of
tlves who were undble to attet
We mis* you so mpcli, AtitF
Mi s! N. ,1 Raw son 'eft today f i-
Dallas for a visit with her daughter,
Mr*. Charles C Pierce.
Mrs. E. I.. Ashcroft and Mr*. W.
V. Carothm are spending the day
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Ellis, who
have been residents here, left Friday
to make their “home in Gieonvi'k.
Mr Kill* has been transferred to
lhe Greenville office of the Federal
Exliilariting romance, breatb-tak
ing excitement, when she trie- to
land one in jail-—and one in ch n h.
bye Mary Astoi in "Lady From No-
where," at the Broadway, Satuida
night at 11:00 and Sttndav.
j make t he B
| Mrs. Minnie Horton has been quite
sick. Mr. and Mrs. k< in Huberts
land children of Winnsboro, Mr. and
| Mrs. Hollic Joe Banister and chrl
idren of Dallas, and Mr. and Mr*.
iThaxton Mills and children of Port
Arthur have been attending her bed-
Miss Ona Patrick has' been quite
|*ick with flu. Misses Myrtle Pickett
land Edith Horton, visited her a while
I We regret to hear of the serious
illness of Mrs. Martha Parnell at the
| home of her daughter; Mrs Allie
GShsrp. RENT — To couple, upstairs
1 We are very sorry to hear of the . , , ’ , .
death of Mrs, Mary Davidson. w,f, |<‘(-ar.ment )n Melson home, furnish-
of Rev. Johnnie Davidson of Aina
Mr. and Mr*. Clyde Griffith and
son Charles of Vivian, Ia>,, spent the
weekend with relatives here.
Mis* Evelyn Bryce returned to her
home in Shreveport Sunday after vis-
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
D. Bryce, for the pw-t ten days
Walter Hildreth visited various
points in laiuisiana last week.
Supt. ('. L. Chandler and several
members of the local school board
and faculty attended a county-wide
meeting at Sulphur Spring* lust Tiles-
Mr*. C R Carlson has been nurs-
ing Norman Campbell at Mt. Vernon
during hia serious illness.
Mrs. A. VV. Christian of Longview
is vidting her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
VV. P. Roberts.
L. J. Wei**, formerly of Love
Field, i* the new operator at the lb-
| Dr. James L. Crawford wa a vi.
j itor in Dallas Thursday. His.-i-tei.
I Mis* Ruth Crawford, who ha- male
■j tor home h**r/‘ recently, a ''ornnapM' 1
him to Dallas where -he wdi mas-
! her home.
rdio, Texas. The couple
j known here and the entire cornmu
I nity sympathise with the bereaved
! The Ladies' Aid met at the church
‘again Tuesday and worked on then
guilt.*. They also selected a play to
i t-e put on in the near future.
Several from Pine Forest and Wil-
jlow Spiings and Pine Hill
FOR RENT Thmo-rocmLJU8furnish-
ed apartment; al! conveniences.
Close in. See Lonnie Campbell, al
City National Bank. d3-3te
FOR KENT.....Three-room furnished
apartment; all conveniences, garage.
721 North Davi» St. See Lester Pet-
attended i kin*, or Mr*, J. M. Perkins. Phone
this place Sunday aftei-i?^ 8t night
no"n' | MY HOME for rent, at Ruck Inn
| l,',n' ar,,] 0kan I’h>IHp*|For r,«rticui.r, nre Tom Brashcar.
I are visiting their aunt, Mr*. Polly |
of Cypress for a fewj------
the Diesel Engineerin* School of ‘
Loe Anfclet, will be in Sulphur J
Spring, on Friday, Saturday and -
Sunday at the Commerciel Hotel ^orJ ^1
the purpose of .electing men to .tart '*
immediate training for po.ition. in
thi. rapidly growing indu.try. Tran.-
portation allowance to Lo» Angele.
and employment .ufficient to defray
living riprn.es while training will
be given tho.e who qualify.
We will .eleet men for Exten.ion
work now with practical training
N)|(Hfa-r .. . r . uaek- « ■
Mr and Mrs. Acker Glover an!
Mr-. R Y, Medley went to Long-
view Finlay for the day. Mr-. !., G
Glover accompanied them to I-ong- |Ann P-ianorn
view and. with Mr. and Mrs. Ii G jliays. |FOR RENT — New and clean four-
Glover of that place, is leaving fori Mrs. Jane Parker, Mr*. Daisy room and hath apartment; nieely
Hot Springs, Ark. | Davis and hoy.* and Mis* Ned Cow-‘ furnished, Scaly maUrenses; utility
------------ ;*er of Pleasant Hill spent Sunday bills paid. 129 Texas street. Roy
with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sustaire and Davis. ,, Sj-3tc
Next Sunday b the regular preach
Let’s Hftvl a
Fine! Wlimn hIiiiII h<* Unk?
Well, w<* waul th«* llarrifimig, of cotirwj. And
llir JolniHottB. Ainl ilie Coclfjets and the Wal-
• » ( ........ • • ■* ...... ..
Say, they’ll fun together. What’ll we have
Oh, let’s make it something different-thw
time. !Not just the same old things all over again.
• •< !< rfk»n^
I know! We ean get n lot of nfew i«Ieas looking
(liroiigh the advertisements ih this paper. Here’s
a suggestion to start with right here ...
•<x. ■’ >ds !o rnn<h"i‘T»
Dr. W, W. Long, Mr*. T F. Boyd, j
Harold ^Miller, Mr*. Helen,
». Mr*. Cleo Ha-sell and Ml*»
ing date here. Rev. Stracener
Myra Orr, members of the U"*|do lh(. pre.chlfir r„me out and hg«r
Hospital staff of nurses, were in
Winnsboro Friday afternoon to at-
tend the funeral of Dr. G. L. Baher.
|him, fur we think he i* a fine preach-
Mrs. O. J. Moody of Knoxville,
Tenn., and Mrs. Haste! LeVan of SL
Louis, Mo., are expected to arrive
here tonight to attend the funeral
of their father. Dr. E. L. Mead, of
Sulphuf Bluff, to be held here Sun-
, FOR SALE-—New seven-room home
i on Church street. Ywo baths. Terms
j can be arranged. Phone 368 or see
dyne Thomas. d4-tfc
k,*- Fop. SALE—76 acre* land, improv-
that | ed, with six-room house, equipped
betrays. She had to break the heart (with electric lights, sev.erage, and
of the man she lover—to pay a f<-*r- all modern conveniences. Three
soma debt to the scoundrel who-c mile* from to war. an ideal spot for
swindles drenched a nation m blood ] a dairy farm. Terms can be arrang-
See “Stolen Holiday/’, at the Mission ed. Phone 368 or see Clyne Thomas.
How well1 her Ifps knew the
that enraptures, and the ki*s
you visit and the hom<* yon live in* PeFleties
arc inisy everywhere turning dtit new and intur*
esting products ftir you .... trimming fcUSts tu
meet vour budget. .. , , *
And the place to find su| about those things
is right here in this newspaper. Every day.its
eolumns art* fHled ditH iinnortant messages
wiiieh you should read. Whether you’re plani
nirtg a party or remodeling a rttottt yow-skoukl
follow the advertisements... to ledrft what’s new
... and cheaper ... and better.
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