The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 164, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 11, 1948 Page: 4 of 16
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Whet do you know about your
icia) Security right? A repre-
9«*ntative of the Paris office of
the Social Security Administra-
tion will be in Sulphur Sprint* on
Thursday, July 15, Paul J. Files,
manager, announced today. He
wilt be glad to meet all persons
who desire information or who
wish to file a claim either, on
their own wage record if they are
65 or older, or on the record of
some deceased worker.
Employees who have questions
(Bt Au»aaUd Promt
Money continues to roll into the
pockets of most Texas farmers.
Last month, prices received by
ranchers and farmers in the State
for meat animals and livestock
products again rose to a new high.
The prices of livestock and live-
stock products, the USDA reports,
were up four per oent. This more
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Markham
of Dallas ars visiting friends
here over the week-end.
Mrs. Lee Clark of Greenville
visited her sister, Mrs. J. J. Mur-
ray, and family here Saturday.
Mrs. W. M. Day and Sony BUly
Mark, of Gladewater spent Friday
lid Llndley and Mrs. Than
visited in Longview Sat-
Mrs. T. ft. Holier and son,
Richard, are spending the week-
Mrs. P. A. Prance and son, Joe,
are spending the week-end in
Antlers, Okie., with relatives.
Mrs. R. 0. Baucom and son,
David, of Winnsboro, spent Fri-
day hefe with her mother, Mrs.
J. C. Bridges.
Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake
at the Broadway Monday and
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. White have
returned to their home in Altus,
Okia., after a visit with relatives
and friends here and in Newsome.
Mrs. Verna McGowan and son,
Jerry, will leave Sunday after-
noon for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Alf Taylor and family of Cam-
den, Tenn. ' ■'
Ingrid Bergman and Charles
Boyer at the Carnation today and
Mrs. L. D. Darrah and son, lie,
of Ft. Worth are visiting their
marents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Buch-
Mrs. T. H. Stevens and Mrs.
G W. Thompson were in Lancas-
ter Friday to take their daugh-
ters, Mary Ann Stevens and Ann
Thompson, to Cedar Brook Ranch.
than offset a one per cent drop
in the average quotation for crops.
concerning the Social -Security
program are also invited to meet
this representative who can be
contacted st the City Hall begin-
ning at 10:00 a. m. on Thursday,
Ingrid Bergman warns Charles Boyer of an impeni
United Artists release, “Ai*ch of Triumph," co-sU
Laughton. At the Carnation today and Monday.
Jack Stokes Dies
In Big Spring
and veal calves up fifty cents to
122.50. Sheep declined thirty
cents to a mid-June tfverage of
$11.70 per hundred pounds.
Rice advanced ten cents per
bushel but all other grains weTe
lower in Texas than for the pre-
vious month of May. ^
Truck crop prices were moderat-
ly higher while poultry ani} dairy
products registered limited in-
creases. Wool prices in the state
advanced sharply to a mid-June
of sixty cent* per pound.
L.l. V«l«nM,lk. M.
British prison a Acre, Palestine, laughs ggvey ,k had
rHS sb. s
after suffing Injuries in a fall.
Known as "the original” Jack
Stokes, he was especially well-
known to the white people of
Sulphur Springs, having been em-
ployed by a large number of them
practically all of his life. It was
often said that he always had a
quick and ready answer for every
question propounded him, and
that he wa* never at a loss for a
word at the right time.
Bill Tyler left Saturday for a
busirteas vMt to Kansas City, Mo.
J. D, Ivey is on vacation from
Bridges Cash Store this week.
Mr.. J. D. Ivey is on vacation
from King’s Dry Goods store this
Mr, and Mrs. L. A. Pogue Jr.,
hava returned from a vacation visit
to Turner Falla, Okla.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ivey and her
sister, Mrs. Augusta Stanley of
Beans are at their best right
now. Logan, refugee and blue lake
may be strange names as far ns
beans go, but these varieties are
free from fiber stringiness and are
tops for canning or freezing.
If you arc havesting green
beans, especially for quick freez-
ing, select only those beans which
have very small seed and a dark
green color. When the seeds have
begun to develop to a point in
green beans where there are slight
bulges in the beans, there is e-
nough wood filler in the hull to
give the canned or frozen food
Have You Seeri the Jol
Being Turned Out by
Paint and Body Men?
Greenville Highway, over M(m Faye Harris, Louie
Wester and Buddy Carothcrs were
in Dallas Saturday evening where
they met Miss Barbara Mclntire
of Ft. Worth, and attended the
Mr. and Mrs. Zlmmle Bell have
. , ,,■ o'uests her brother, Mr. and
Mr* i’ .Frank.t^*,iaT'nn Mrs. Vernon Henry ami son, Jim-
my, of Dallas and her sister, Mrs.
Jack Pfiefer, and son, Johnny, of
Priscilla Kuykendall, daughter
of Mr. and Mr*. F. J. Kuykendall
of Paris, has been visiting her
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mis.
Tom Steely, 717 College Stree.t
for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson Winters ha* return-
week-end in i.0i,,mon.
G. M. Luekey of Route Three is
a medical patient at Longino hos-
Sandra Kay Baird, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Baird, city, is
a medical patient at Longino hos-
Mrs. J. D. McCann, city is a
medical patient at Longino hos-
Mrs. B. W. Cundiff, medical
patient at Longino hospital, has
been removed to her home on
lose its sweetness and quality in
a very short while after the ears
are taken from the stalk. The same
goes for fresh roasting ears on
the tabte. For best, taste and qual-
ity, harvest the corn at 11 o’clock
for a meal at 12 o'clock.
Two weeks from next Sunday,
Farm Safety Week will get under
way. That will be July 25th
through the 31 st.
Here is Governor Jester’s pro-
clamation designating the period
as Farm Safety Week:
"The State recognizes that the
labor and skill of Texas farmers
is a vital factor in the economy of
Dallas have gone to Hot Springs,
Ark., for several days stay.
B. F. Moore has returned to his
home in Dalla* following n visit
here with his brother, Mr. and Mr*.
L. A. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Grant and
little son, John Lee have returned
to their home in Dallas after a
visit In the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mr*. L. A. Moore.
guests of friend* there.
Jerry Wait*. Joe Williamson,
Jack Byrd and Pat Rawiings were
in Dallas Saturday evening to at-
tend, the Starlight Operetta, "One
Touch of Venus".
been removed to her
Mrs. A. A. Lee has been din- o
missed to her home, 433 Main, t
following nodical treatment at i
B. B. Ewing Jias been removed 1
to,his home from McConnell hos-
pital where he has been a medical
Raydell Bridges, city, under-
went major surgery Friday night
at the Sulphur Springs Clinic.
Miss Mary Midgett is in Dallas
for,« visit with relatives for sev-;
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Aikins
have returned to their home in j
Paris following several days visit;
here in the home of his sister.'
Mrs. Robert Thornburrow, on'
Make It Ove
are spending the
Grand Prairie guests of their
daughter, Mrs. T. L. Morgan and
Mr. Morgan and children.
Major and Mrs. John S. Sparks
and daughter, Holley, of Shreve-
port, La., are guests of Miss
Sweetie Melton and Ira Melton
over the week-end.
A shabby car does you as little creJ
shabby clothes! And small dan
which are neglected can develop]
big jobs, cutting down your car’* e
Put it in olir hand* for complete
hauling of motor and chassis. N^
too small or too big.
duction will be essential if we are
to fill our obligations to furnish
food to starving peoples of the I
"Accidents which cost the lives
of many farm residents annually
and cause thousands of more to
’siuTer injuries constitute an un-
neeossary waste of lives, time and
And that's the official proclama-
tion from the Governor’s office,
designating July 25th-31st *•'>
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Meekma of
Winnsboro are spending the week-
end with her parents, Mr, and
Mr*. Clovis Ross and sister, Mrs.
A. W. Llndley and family.
undergoing medical treatment in
Medical Arts Hospital in Dallas
for the past several days,
, was re-
moved to her home on Lenguo
street her* Friday.
Larry Alan of Dallas are spending
the week-end with their parents,
Mr. and Mr*. Luke Lile and Mr.
and and Mrs. Earl Carr,
Judy and Johnny Moore of Paris
are spending two weeks here with
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
For a D.iiclou. Roast Turkey
Dinner c*me to Scott’s Sunday
and enjoy e good meal In alr-eon-
ditionsd comfort. Seott ■ Cote.
Now a final thought: When
you're working around machinery,
Miss Lana Lou Waits, Miss
Franco* Johnson, Misses Doris
and Betty Bank* and Mis* Msry
Kathryn Prim will spend Monday
Gird Moore while their parents,
Sir. and Mi*. Buddy Moore have
to Florida on a vacation trip.
Mrs. Ethel Tanner, the former
Ethel Purdy, of this place, has;
gohe to Texarkana, where she has.
enrolled for a business course.
Her sister, Mrs. McAfee, former-]
ly Emma Purdy, is head of the.
don’t wear any type of clothing
that can catch in moving wheels
B. D. (Boy) MADDOX
Rev. and Mr*. T. Lee Miller and
daughter. Janis, have returned
from Dallas where Rev. Miller has
beeft teaching in the Methodist
Youth camp there during the past
Communists in control of
Czechoslovakia, alarmed by
Moscow’s spanking of the Yugo-
slav Reds for being “anti-So-
viet.” may reorganize their gov-
ernment, observers soy. AlexeJ
Cepicka, above, minister of Jus-
tice and the most extreme Red in
the cabinet, may be given a more
v important post.
Try a Want A<1 tor result*
Soo! New fell arrivals In Air
Stops — Black Suede end Black
Calf*_widths B to AAAA. Price
$1.98. Harris Shoe Store.
business school there,
J. M. Hughens has returned to
his home in Midland, after n visit
here with his brother, R. 5.
Hughens, and wtth his sisters,
Mrs. G. D. Bryant and Mrs. F.
Mr, Mr, A. C, Ark.r ..d|«- Thr—hrr,
children, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pen- $■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■
son and daughter, Bobbie, and ft ,
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Gillam of I gg[
Kelly Springs are spending the I
week-end in Corpus Chrlsti, guests ■ V //. i
of W. H. Acker. i I
"Arch of Triumph” at the Car-
nation today and Monday.
Mr. and Mr*. Tommy Love and
children, accompanied by her
mother, Mi*. G. C. Morris, and
aunt, Mrs. B. F. Tankersicy, have
gone to Monroe, La., for a visit
with their aunt and sister, Mrs.
J. R. Taylor, and Mr. Taylor.
Every Sunday night is Chop
Susy lime at Scott’s. Why not
drop in tonight and get a good
treat in Alr-Condilionod Comfort
Dine at Scott’s Cafe Sunday
and hava Roast Turkey at ita best
and keep cool at the aame time.
Scott’s Cafe. _
An Experienced Judge of
Seel New fall arrivals in Air
Steps —. Black Suedo and Black
C,|f.—widths B to AAAA. Price
$9.98. Harris Shoe Store.
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Bagwell, Eric. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 164, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 11, 1948, newspaper, July 11, 1948; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth826560/m1/4/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.