The McGregor Mirror. (McGregor, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, May 1, 1925 Page: 3 of 7
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the McGregor mirror, McGregor, Texas, Friday, may i, 1925.
STAR PARASITE REMOVER
A Wonderful Poultry Remedy
Given fowls in drinking water
•or feed absolutely will rid them of
Lice, Mites, Fleas, Blue Bugs, and
all destructive insects.
Contains Sulphur scientifically
compounded with other health-
building ingredients; is a good
tonic and blood purifier; nothing
better for preventing disease. If
given through the Spring, fowls
will be healthier, lay more eggs
and young chicks will be pro-
tected from destructive insects.
Sold and Guaranteed by
M. H- EVERS
Field Smokeless Powder
1 Quart Jar Pears .____________________35c
10-lb. Can Calumet Baking
Powder for _______________________$1.40
12 Pounds Sugar for_____________ $1.00
9 Cans Lye for________________________$1.00
9 Cans Pork and Beans________$1.00
20 Pounds Pinto Beans ... .-,$1.00
6 Sacks Army Durham Tob.____25c
No. 2 1-2 Table Peaches_____________20c
Our prices are low on Flour,
Meal, Bran, Chicken Feed.
Brooms from 25c to $1.00
WE WANT VOUR EGGS
McGregor Grocery Co.
J. E. WRIGHT, Mgr.
We had a little rain this week
but not enough to do much good.
Mrs. Ethridge visited with her
daughter, Mrs. Elmore Speight,
Mr. Emmett Kemp and family
spent Sunday night at Mr. I. T.
Mr, and Mrs. Bob Harris spent
Monday in Waco at lodge meet-
Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Speight
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harris
were visitors with Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Harris one night last week.
Messrs. C. L. Ramsey, J. II.
Hookeer and Holly Haynes and
wives, were Thursday evening
callers in the Bloomer Ramsey
Earl Stewart spent the week
end with relatives here in our
Mr. George Rhodes and family
went to Gatesville Saturday visit-
ing Grandma Rhodes, and re-
mained there visiting relatives for
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lewallen, of
Slaton, Texas, is here visiting
her mother, Mrs. S. V. Christie.
They once lived here. Their
old friends are glad to have them
Miss Lucille Williams is spend-
ing several days at Cleburne.
Miss Ione Fellers spent Thurs-
day night with Miss Ethel Arp.
.. Mrs. R. V. McGaughy spent
a while Saturday afternoon in
the Aron Fellers home at McGreg-
Mr. Clarence King, of Gates-
ville, spent a day or two here
last week with the John King
Miss Opal McGaughy is visit-
ing in the Richard Cox home near
Mr. and Mrs. Bloomer Ramsey,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ramsey, little
This Label Protects You
Miss Earl Stewart, were after
church visitors in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Bradshaw, on
Mrs. Millard Reed is expected
home from a Temple sanitarium
the first of the week. Her friends
will welcome her back.
Miss Wilma McGaughy return-
ed Saturday from a weeks visit
with relatives at Troy.
Mr. Charlie Baker, formerly of
China Springs, spent Monday
night with his old friend, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Pierce
were week end visitors at China
Springs with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Busby.
Miss Emma Henry is spending
this week with her sister, Mrs.
L. L. Duke.
Our Children’s Day program
will be on Sunday evening, May
Miss Loraine Harris spent Sat-
urday night with Mr. and Mrs.
A number of our people attend-
ed the ball games at Oglesby on
Mr. R. V. McGaughy was a
business visitor to Waco Thurs-
Mr. John King spent several
days recently at Gatesville with
Miss Maxwell had friends from
China Springs visiting her Sat-
urday afternoon. She is teaching
school at Plainview.
Come to Sunday School next
Sunday morning at 10 o’clock.
thing to do
—to buy your
Used Ford Car
from Your Nearest
Authorized Ford Dealer
MRS. KREYER HOSTESS.
Last Thursday was a glorious
day for the original “Six” girls
of the Senior Class of ’19. It was
the annual party of Mr. and Mrs.
Alf Kreyer, fondly termed “Aunt
Mollie and Uncle Alf,” by their
During the intervening six
years since graduation, this home-
coming party has been commem-
orated. In the terms of those who
live in distanct places, “It’s
worth a trip home.”
And so, on Thursday, the party
began with its memories and its
pleasures of former days still
enjoyed by Mesdames Leon La
Fitte of Shreveport, La., Jim Mc-
Kelvain of Oglesby, Carl Phelan
and Miss Lucille Lyon of Mc-
The splendid dinner, an after-
noon of happiness, and refresh-
ments of cake and cream at 5:00
o’clock ended another delightful
party o£ our lovable host and
k. or p.
Meets Every ^
THURSDAY NIGHT. $
1st rank, first Thurs-
day; 2nd rank, 2nd
Thursday; 3rd rank, 3rd
nights in each month.
CARROL WOOD, C. C.
F. B. SMITH, K. of R. S.
Pedigreed Kasch Cotton Seed
We are going to use one battery of our east side gin
plant as we have heretofore for ginning this cotton ex-
Customers have found it very convenient in saving
their planting seed. This eliminates necessity of running
of the rolls, which is quite a saving in seed, considering the
price good planting seed sells for.
We still have a few bushels of the Pedigreed Kasch
Cotton Seed for sale. Orders will be filled consecutively
while they last.
McGregor and Oglesby
E. R. Patterson, Pastor.
9 :45 A. M.—Sunday School.
Walter S. Amsler, Supt.
11 A. M. and 8 P. M. — Preach-
ing services. At the morning hour
Rev. C. E. Lindsey will preach,
and at 2 P. M. he will hold our
second quarterly Conference. The
Pastor will preach at the evening
Monday, 4 P. M. — Woman’s
Missionary Society, Mrs. J. B.
Monday, 7 :3CT P. M. — Teacher
Training Class, Mrs. Cleve Am-
Wednesday, 8 P. M.— Prayer
Were you at the Church for
the preaching services last Sun-
If not, did you have any real
reason for staying away?
It is God’s House and His
Church. If you had no reason
for not being present, ask the
A GIET OF JEWELRY
Surpasses all other gifts for the Graduate. And the excellent
variety of our stick will enable you to make selections at the price you
wish to pay.
We solicit and will fully appreciate your valued patronage. Our
assortments, prices and service will surely please you.
“LET US BE YOUR GIFT COUNSELORS”
E. R. SMITH
Lord to forgive you, and be in
your place next Sunday.
The Men’s Bible Class . had an
excellent attendance last Sunday
and they are striving to break all
previous records next Sunday.
Why not make it a record-
breaking day for every class?
COME and bring someone with
Leave orders for any kind of
Baby Chicks, from the best hatch-
ery in state.—John & Red’s Feed
Mrs. M. F. Reed, who has
been in the Temple Sanitarium,
was brought home Wednesday
afternoon in Lee’s new ambu-
~ * in
Will buy an Hat in the
store marked from $6
Will buy and Hat mar-
ked $4.50 to $5.
Will buy any Hats
marked up to $4.
Will buy Hats marked
$2.50 and $3.
for Sports Wear
in Afternoon Frocks
for bordered or plain ma-
terials is this new Standard-
Designer style. Get your
pattern at our Standard-
then visit our piece-goods
counter. In size 36 only
2\/8 yards of 54-inch ma-
terial cut crosswise is
8012—There is a special
way to insert godets and
the Belrobe tells you all
about it. Buy your Stan-
buy your material at our
piece-goods counter and
then consult the Belrobe,
the wonderful dressmak-
ing guide included with
Always Buy STANDARD-DESIGNER PATTERNS
including BELROBE at
Special lot of White Sunbeam Dresses
trimmed with pink and blue plaids.
These Dresses sold for $5, and to
close out at—
Silk Dresses in the Printed Crepes,
Flowered Georgettes, Etc.
$10.75 to $29.75
Gingham Dresses $1.29 to $5.95
Ratine Suitings, Crepe Suitings, Plain and Figured#
J JL All 36^'nce wide, regular price ranging from
50c to $1.00, special to close out, Yard , . . . # J Jv
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The McGregor Mirror. (McGregor, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, May 1, 1925, newspaper, May 1, 1925; McGregor, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth874700/m1/3/: accessed June 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting McGinley Memorial Public Library.