The Pecos Enterprise (Pecos, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, November 25, 1932 Page: 1 of 8
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A Few Thoughts
i on ThankstrivinK
; in Pecos
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rk.N TUI! first Thanksgiving Day
L/ several eeiiturie- ago. a gr""|i
• f pioneers sat doxx u before thiei
lull [ ‘
•rude xvoodcu tables and guv
mixers of tintnks for their alum
lame and their dcl.ixeninec from
lie hard-hips of the wilderness.
Compared J" the trials, the hard
-hips and the tribulations "f Iho-t
x ho inaugerated 1 h'e eii'tolli -'f
I'hanksgiving xxe "f tqilliy 'are for
III l vt. V
Home of the
BURFORD OIL COMPANY
and Crystal Gasoline
®he pptna EtttrrnriBp
THE PECOS ENTERPRISE"
Goes Into the Homes with
PECOS, TEXAS FRIDAY, NOV. 25. 1932
REEVES COUNT! GETS $5000 RELIEF FUND
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SANTA GLAUS TO VISIT PEGOS ON DECEMBER TENTH
depression, xve mv si1
. o.m fort's arid liixifrivj
pilgrim fathers n( vrr
I *<»• »i*
IV -HITOimded by
a- some i»t! ii' J ti in lx- rxve .•in;
• xve are-wealthy.•«,(>.nuiii«fil- to the
worldly good* that those iurly
pioneers | m is si ‘ssi ‘i f. .
With . them, lhi‘ real. Hiifig* of
life lo'ye. and fi*i*m<lsl»H* and fum
ilies i mm in tod . far mof-e than gold
silver and worldly possessions.
A Nl> AS this depression continues
l\ wc aiv returning’more to n.p
... predation of the basic good things
• of life and caring les- for the jingle
’of tin1 guinea which.all H»o qu.h-kly
nifty fade a wax'
On- tlvi> ThftuKsgix ing Day *xxe
<>f Pecos” have lyofe thtm our Just
i 'hare to be tlwinkfnl for. t
Think of tlie hardships many nrn,
facing. Think of the Tong bread-
lines of the big* cities, Think of t.i
hunger, the void- the anguish iyid-
tlie suffering .nf the. many desti-
tute friendless, homeless and alone
in some of our metropolitan .ecu-
J Men1, the d e p less bi* n has
been a levefef. Manx of ft- have
• lost imaginary 'profits that ' xve
’never really had Many of m have
had the co nee It knocked out of lis
5 . :iml nre« human beings it ga i n jusl
laboring for a lixdng and learning
\ to enjoy our rest moments without
iin- sttnmlus of south artificial and
• < f.stly outside -entertainment
Mere xve have our charity p,m
1 Idem, to lie- syre. lint lien- oire
finds people with an open heart
people not too rich in worldly goods
leit people willing to share their
loaf of bread or their ple.ee of meat
xvitli their not-so-fortunate friend'.
'Mere xve haxe had highway xvork
to furnish a source of income for
^pthose.xvlio wish to xvork. Mere xve
winive found a wonderful spirit of
generosity and cooperation in help-
Men- xve find pTHetleirlly all of our
huslness firms Intact: our Imnks
both sound; our business men hap
py and leveled down "to
isinditlons; our people turning more
and more to the simple and lasting
jeys of life rather than to the ar-
tificial and the transitory.
Mere on this Thanksgiving Day,
xye pause oxer our nexvspnper type-
writer to give thanks for ninny
things and not the least of them
is that we live in such a eotumunify
Santa To Ha4ve Free
Cdndy For The
• Children ’
Beauty and the Beast
The.beast is Rerun*, new mascot
of Southern Methodist university
Mustangs. The beauty is Miss
Eleanor Scfuthgate, is. M. (J- co-ed
Peruns now plays a, prominent
part at all S. M. U. fo’btbaUg.i’nu-'
And who can blatne him 'for*li<inv,
so good in the ‘ plctq>< %iW • K
A inninnioth (Tiri-Dun- Irad'-s
I in y. formally to imiugeriile the
Yule tide in Penis w ill lie hcljj by
t'eeos ►merchants under auspice;* of
l lii» Pin-ip. Chamber of <'"miner
mi Saturday Deceirtfiel Dr
Siinttt •r’ljtus will pax bis offiiafti
visit i.o l 'eroy on I lift t dn it-,, bring
ingTiis pficl^Aidl of goodies-and .1
woftl of cheer. Id tin1 kiddies xylio
vx ill' be xx ailing to nci* him.
TUe t'hamtier of (Vimnu'rce pub
lb-mify 'commit t< e is busy working
a ill t • plans for advertising the
event'’mil only in 'i*evoj*- *-but ifi
Tuvalu Ralmorhea, Saragosu. Kenk
I’.ai'loxx . Monahans. Mentone.
<• i:ilidfalIs. jxjoti*. Wink. Wickett,
Royalty. Kciiuit ami every ot.hr f
point in tin' entire trading terri-
.(1 o o d Feeling For
Two Towns Is •
- • • Cemented;.
1 Vc\)!s Observes
Stock (I(H‘s Down
, Cement i tig lie
hip and ;;o,«.<l l«
foivtls ji Pec c i' ..
wiilting in a fine
Mild P<c«is In|sim'-v -* ini'll he“l 1
!lii' baiHItU't boilnl I- i i• I:i\
I ’ I iti,i nr.x;. j
ys| atb'nd |
I uni g
j 1 V. o>
Illglll ..'ll 'I III' lllLlIl sell!
About iiin iih'Ii and' I
«*d. lacing serx ed an i"\(
i A not her spe
rial i"mmjnei' will
In- appoildi'i i
in supervise; doxvw
tow h 'decoratin
^ M eretia li t - ,-a i-«•
urged l" ii'iakt
'• speeiul orders of
t iA. lie pre-i'llted ' ll
eotnt it'll tlie '•
ii. oyuh fz. -k( ti
ij :ilid mrisuiil tyay's
their stores. It is
probable that a
-rheme will lie
adopted t.« give tile
-eetion :i holiday
INTERESTED IN CITY
Its III.' IV
Tin' bnmpiel xxas given bx' tilt*
I’cci" ( h imb'r of < 'afiiimi r<v and
ij.rrangenn-nis xve tv bandied bx
William I. Kerr.'cha'irniim of the
(’amber of t’oinmet'c in'ta r '• itx i*•
1a lions coin mitt ee
About I Wink biisim''" in.'ll
Wink fj'oihali pla.xer-
altench‘d from Wink
in hoy- and jo,JV'"'
S ii git
Dux i: w i; "i- ,.f i
Will Light Fecos Field
For Night Plane
v\«'i'V mad* it i iiiii genii'll I s t"
ligiding of ilic Pc o linin'
airport, .nppoinfed a I'"'
¥*|;»'. is is • rapidly liccoiiiiiig
I icntipl Wed Texas point
itx iaiioii a' xXell as in highxva.
rail and lot' I rale port at ion
flic Viin riciin Virxxa.x' • "• *•!•
any. great V'"' Country air line
W. F. HURT
Rancher Slice urn b~
rile “more beautiful” d'liri'tin.is agent and nnide arrangement',
today’s' contest annually sponsored by the j i niijlini’t ion xvitli the S. I . Meiit .i j for tin past
Chamber of Commenv xvill ls> Ink er lhitviiil tpr a xxealhei tepoiti i-
en up again this year. t stat ion her'- in I '''
Full details, along xvitli a list of Tin- airport W to be lighted at
suitable prizes, will In* an noil lived 1 Mo- < vpeiise *d the airplpanc coin
\V Presley Hurt, lilt; pnOninciil j
rancher of tin' .Van l|"rn s.'idiotij
o year', died Tuesda v \
at a later date.
The ''more beautiftil" contest
eneourages lighting of outside
Christ mas decorations likexvlse
clever and attriictixe ijoxvlitoxx ii «|e-
;in emergeney field
planes ' may light in
•leader Staging PECOS MAN
Hardware Sale BUye FARM
I lie l.eader (Srocery and Mat'd
ware Company is proving thati
'Hell a drab name as -liafdxvare" j T. 1111(1 P. 1 TOPGTt.V
• an stand for niiglify interesting
articles around the household.
The l.eader tried n Thaiiksgix -j C. Q. ThOl’pG
ing Mat'dxvare side this year ami --
ii lias, proven so successful tlie.x j Judge C (j. Thorpe. a Pi
are running it clear through tievt j 'idem
xveek. I who lias
They Iwi.xe the fill.-'I arrax <•:'
Ji;iinly articles for Mie home that
Ini' been presented ill Pecos Tor
nuiiiy years. The prices -ire
••nexvs" in IhPinselxe.s 'i'li,* range
.of articles Mini prices is so varied
that one must see the selection t .
appreciate them truly.
Bought by Judge
. . | hit. in-, .1 | , i ,rt [
for Mu- past ::i» years,,
been identified time and
lex cl j
agiiin xxitli movements fm-
oping Ucexes, l.oxlug and
i i,iiiit it-' and x\ ho iioxx ha
tensive holdings in Loving
has purchased the T. ami P
smith of toxvii from Mrs
Marxey, the owner.
The farm has been leased by
lln- T P for the past three jem •.
Judge Thorpe declared that he in
tended to operate the farm him
■If during the coming season
This tract is probably one »f
------— | the best farms in this part of
Peg-os has a nexv Hoy Scout Texas. II comprises ‘JNO acres ami
ir<H«|* sponsored by the Lions’ dub has four floxving xvells on the
..I p.s-os, with I)r. J. L. Klneannon! premise'. It is xvell improxed. liav-
ii' Scoutmaster. Dick Starley and! ing seven houses an.) other Ini-
Dan Mount are his assistants.! prox’ements
Pecos Has New i
Boy Scout Troop
jpany and ■ n
j mi \x hi.'h it
cms.* id' siormx weather
! rogiil!i r cio" .-omit ry rout
1 'l ip' Chamber "t Commerce, c.
.►perilling xx itli the Airway', xx ill
| n-pnii’ tin b-iicc iiroiind the
| itirp"il so ii- to keep prowler' off
til* pr*. pi ry
1 ard is Appointed
'i iii-il. maiingci ol
ixc nf lln- emu
huxv ticket' to ;inx
■ f FI Paso xxitli
Ilic I niicil Sli(|cs Meieoi'ologicd
Siirx.-y. Ihi' xveek comph-ted ar
pniiir.-metits for making tiic Hran
don an afl’lliiit.-d xxvntiter ivpnrfllfg
'Intioii ’I In- Mrnii<I.>n xvill be fur
nishcii xvi'lli Die iiocessnr.x instru-
ment' for niaking (he slntidiird
ized xxcatlier reports to tin- govern-
im lit and will also ntako day nu'l
lit report' on rc.pie'l to the
\ imwican Airxx a.x '.
At the -Mine time, Hell's giiiag ■
s entering a bid for tin- carrying
>f |.ii'sengiu’s under emergency
from injuries re.'eiv-.'d in ii fall
from a .'Hi foot xxiinlmiH on hi-
ranch in the (liiadalupe Tiimintains
iiorib of 'Van limn on \oxvniber
Mr. 11 it it 'iicciifiib."l 'after t.ui
ling up a brine fight against uXer-
xvli.dmiiig odds In the fall lie s.nf-
and Majpv l.ang \\ ink -iiperintni
i ion I presided as loa-t in.i'lci - an I
did ilic job in a fine x\ ;i x .
t'apkiin Ila ii i.-i.ii Hakcr of ihe
i ceov team spoke g fevx Xxord' of
welcome, pledging good fclilig for
Wink iiTnl P-' cos' sitjiport of Wink
in gau 11^ to come Captain Katie
edge of the Wink ten-tit re-ponded.
Millard Wati'i-s and Milnm ’I'.iy
l"i-, of the Pecos' toil hi made short
talks as did Tucker and Thigpen
Coneli P.inldy Withers' of Mi.. p«>.
.os tingles spoke briefly and Coach
Johnson of Wink made a splendid
iddre's- < n the theme of sportsman-
'hip in football and in praf-e of the
game for the associations it makes
| and the Habits it forms.
William L. Kerr and ICny l.'-vxis
s|h>ke I'T the ('liumber of Coinmoi-
cc and Judge Malloy of Wink spoke
for tin biisini'" men of Winkler
rjinamxs..r\i\i; day was ..i.
1 sen I'd ill l 'l eos , s . a gell.T'll
holiday and was marked by family
gel-together- for ihe most part
Mi'-i | ■ o -pie I J| Ve.J III IO\X II <1
though a gi:oii|i of• tell or .So l.'aeli
.•r-,made iheii- \yay lo l<V*rl Wmtlr
for the Stat.- Tcai:tiers' tiss...-iiition
meet i n g i n.l y goo.] percent a ge I
the male population trekked to the
nioiliil:i ] in quest Of deer or.I.eftr
III town. M eilllVil" of loeill gl'o
or- -liiiwed tli.ii in spite of Ihe
dept.-imp turkeys xx ere itr gfe.it
detllMtld. Tliatlksgivillg IIIhies were
lieaxily laden as iti the days <>f
pro-peril v, tliis great festival be
mg mie' of the fexv xvhicli se.'l'.i-
inttuMiie from hard times and good
times ft's well,
Churches, organizations and in
dixidtiiils wer'- -'eiiig that in. one
Wi'diic-dny cM'iiing a iin’iuii
Thanksgiving prayer serx ice- xv.i.s
11.*!. 1 at lln- Itapllsl ehureh xxitli .ill
deiioininat ion- pariicipating Hex.
John W H'yr.l of tlie Presldemin
xxii- in charge tuber iliini-l •
a"i'teil \ gund will .iff.-riin: I n
I lie. poiir xx a- t II Kell
T h v v c Contracts In
This County up to
Tile biggest highway plum that
ha- been awarded to lleeves eoiin
ty this year will he handed ui.it
next M outlay and Tuesday ni
Austin wldui llm State highway
mmmis-ion ludil- its Noxi'lnlicr
Coni r u t s for road and bridge
eoii-t l'|l< I ion expected to aggregate
more than si on,(inn will he b'U at
Pecos Funds Wi.ll
Handled by the
Hooves bounty seeur.d ap|»ro<i |
tnaioly yh.’ITtl in Kemnstrui lion
l’iiian.-e Corporal Ion emergeney re
lief funds, to be spent between
now and December .1! 1 I’ll' it w as
rexeiiled last week olid when coin
minces from Pecos, Kalmorhen and
Toyah received eh.'.'ks for the go -
.•rnni.'iit fluids at a ineeling in
\l i .11 a it. I
The money xvits handled l.y tiie
West 'I’eMis Chamber of Commerce
as the representnt ix. of toxvn- in
West Texas Tile Wc-t Texas
body presented the gr.ni|. applieu-
tions of tlie various town- in the
■ill-bit to i lovcrtno Sterling vx ho ap-
proved tlie requests Mini the We t
Texas Chamber m tin ii di.-pens" |
The imoiex must lie spent for
Work relief except in eases where
ti-" e applying are pliysieall\ mi
ab|c to work. It must t« ..spctit
in rcliirii fi.r \\iirk at the rale of
approximately W.tMl per day
• 'I he- .eo.tiii.nit lee frohl' Pecos,
whi'h signed I'eco.-' application
f«d Ihe fiiinis--w a composed of .lack
ihiukin- ehairman: Judge xt
K.-llii»;: It I’ Da1 vis, and .1 I’
I’ogg Messrs Higg-. Melxpllai-
and Dux is went In Midland lii-t
S.'itmdny to gel tlie ftlli.l' They
were joined l.y 1! I Pox.-jl mayor
"t Toyah and l.y a delegation of
11 v < from Hiilmorheii headed l.y T
At. 1 tela ii. •>'.
I’e.-os’ and. Toy nit’s first i-lie.-K
was for $lliJl'' for work relief tin-
r.-'l "f \ox elill.er. Another eliecl.
for this niiuoint xvill he forwarded
for 1 te.-ember relief I in I morliea
got $7od and will get $7ofl Intel
The liinll' X will Is' di-l.lilsed i i
I'eeos l.y the colulll.it tee lhiaillg-.il
the Associated Chai'ltie- A mini
her of needed improxemeiils are
he made iii the city xxitli tin fund-
Toyah w ill tiandle lo-j- imniey -ep,
at-atelx as will Halittorhea
l! It Kiser former Keex es .a.Un-
ix -In-riff, tells this' one Mrs.
Kiser, who is a good shot in her
own right, was hunting with hint
on one of tlie .McCutchenn range*
Mr Kiser was atop a range amt
ati at once noticed pis wife point-
ing tier gun iti him lb- thought
hi» .-ml was at hand when the
,'KI :;n barked. In- said, but found
<mt Mint she xva- shooting at a
Ion k standing a few feet away'
from him. And Mr- Kiser got it
an s point one.
Mr. Ki>er wii- hunting bear.
City Marshall I
probably s.-t a n
t hue w lien it cn no
M t ltedi O’Neil
ord for quick
I., getting bin
buck llo set out at (1 a III. ta*t.
Thursday for tin tuniintniiis and
wii- back with a big buck bjr d
o < lo- k tin- sanie day
ihd' went bent hunting with
a large party on tin- first day «>f
the season ile said that ITe
jump'd one hear luit never hud u
good'slnd at it
Hull Lew i- brought in a beauti-
ful in point buck. Tlie horns had
ii js inch spread, ile i~ sending the
head away to lie mounted. Bob
killed the. deer, on tlie run at 540
In the -ame party was Harry
Hinkle who also got a buck. With
tin'to were J. A King of LubbofK
nail .1 C. Wilson of Pecos. Both
had shots l.tit failed to connect.
of both tinkles, one]
arm Me fought off,
impending death f"T|
1 Mldley 1
lie will 1
ill the <"
1 knee and on
I "J days :i ltd for -"ine titm
peilferj a- if hi' iron will ai
n.•! \ i would t ri mni'li
I illii-l1. -i ixiec' were held ill
V an Ihu n U ediiesday morning
with a great i neom-e "I 'orrovx
ing friends .... • cl11\ • - .<n hand
Cowmen |j i m ill o.yei the trnu-
i peeo- |-i ginii ii.:. li x "f t lieill fl ielld s
but<■ 1" a Ilia a
a -II lie pit'ir
•i r The
• r.i 1 offe
iiiy. xx a - eli a V:
(he largest to
ill Ihi sect jin
ill P ' '
Sun tx ina i;
xvidoxx ; M r-
► iiittiK F>
A.-rosa from the farm
(Continued on Iuist Puget
Mint. France Walker. Hobby Man]
| Martha .lam* llart. Joan W’lrlke.-, |
1 all of \ tin Morn. < hihlren
Mr- Monroe Korr "f I’ec" an I
Mrs Cliarle' Miller "f I1, rfw
I Continued on last page i
Was All Harmonious
New spa'per reports indicating i •
enid iirvel's.v lit tile H.ipli-t Stale
eouventien h si 'Week in Al.ilei .d
xx'-i'e gi't 'ily ' xaggerat."! if .td '
• I« lii"-. ,i i. : v pel verted. AI i 'I > 1
Cii 't y ! *i■ * "s delegate, ileelaied
• ■ii Ini n't ai n from the eon vent a.ii
froni tIn meeting
M t- « i x -aid i hut the meet '
nig xx a- ' ni indy harmonious nnd ,
that there xxas no such ."litrmersy
a- mw-p,I pel reports indicated
Quail Season Will
Open on December 1
(yutiil season will "pell next
Thin - 'lay . DeeeinlH'r 1, and that
time will lie till' signal tor Inin
drods of hit liter- to take tlie field
•juail Were plentiful tliis Slim
un-r but not so many have Icon
seen ns the season neared
I hill 1 line
The funds haxe
Txxo ‘ "tii r.-.i
cl- will 1"' I
in (lie See’uril \ SI
ihg all a-pha
all a< ' "iml of the
Keexi l ■
i m m y
lie xx « ai 1 Jiad
c»rla. ahum L!
' Vppli' iitioii- f.iii
1 lie '''money
\ ll"t l ei (
"id i act 1 o
1 1 XX •'
la ri eeix cd at t in- i
it fire'id. th
;p;UH -h I i.'iil-
'il lit x will
lilted charities in
I '"Inmel ee loom -
IIIII t I"'
.1 Ii. pi'ijei I -
• i ml t hi
' 1 li '.'ll ill' UI'
ei " - 111* ll XX te
;t no t'
r •' 1 \ i li
A beef as mimed
I ’inley -
hoiuc last Week, a
•t | JM ! Mil S( ,'| f t #• t
see how d.
xx a done. Tip1
ii - -' • i; x ing beef 1
nH ll II
at the C. O.
NANCY CAMP IS CROWNED GRIDIRON QUEEN
MJflKS Nancy Camp, daughter of1 mill entry. The house'wn- packed
JB- Dr. and Mrs. ,flm <’nmp of for the ceremony, which wii*
Pecos, xxii' ero xv lied ljueen of j preevd by a xaudi". dh i' I
Football for IVcos high school hi furnished bv. >t-h""l talent
Meetings an* held promptly
o’clock each Tuesday night.
The first meeting was held
Tuesday. Nov. 24. with 21 boys on
at the Mohan station on the I’erosj held last Friday
Valley Southern Hallway Is a large
packing shed, erected by the rail-
road to care for cantaloupe ship-
night at the high
aniioirrieod t'he I>r‘
tinnd. The hoys were divided Into meats.
^ patrols and several knot tyeing Judge Thorpe snid that he would
contests hlsld, ufter which games have other announcements relative
. xvere played to his plans for the property later.
school auditorium. She was attend-1 The first part ..f the program,
ed by 1" “princesses" from I’eeos announced by Jit nice Wailley and
high und hy visiting royalty fn»m
Wink. Kermit. Halinortiea and
other schools nearby.
Identity of the queen was close-
ly guarded until time for her foe.
Ituddy ITopp were the able chnr-
nrtffa. The si.....ml number was a
i mnl.ling net by t he I umbliiig ( lass
of I'eeos High directed hy Mr. I’M
Marlin A chorus consisting of:
Millie Knox. Mary Dee Holley,
Bertha Stool. Aurilla Beams, Will*
Sarah C’haptnnrr who were-cleverly U’ Eaye starley. Jo Brynn, Jessie
dressed in pun»'«‘ t«>d gold herald'uod Hlrdle Bell, Kitty Knox. Lu-
costumes, was n Negr- Flay en < ille Stephens, I Sit Nabors and
(lertrude Nancy Camp was the next number
on the program. The attractive
titled "Al's Technique"
McKlnnls, Annlstead- Martin and
costumes were short purple ami
gold suits xx 1111 high neck ruffs.
Mr. William K»-ir xxas tlie director.
Following the chorus Ralph Will*
iifiiis> gave ii side splitting Inter-
pretation <>f an Italian vendor
assisted hy I’huI IfToyd. (►oiQh
Thompson HiM.nsosred the next,
number on theY»rogram which was
a song Iry Hill Fletcher, tie sang
(Continued on page 7)
Red Cross Cloth
Si x oral Im T I ■ I Ke'l < I "- • *■ lot II.
f.i'hioned bx ea-terii lextilc mills
fc"iii Farm !’.• ini eoitun Dux • ......ii
1'ii'lxed 1.x |h«* Associated Chari*
ie-- office Dili I will he dis)a.'ll''T
I" needy presoii- apld.ving for it i i
the regular nia-iiiicr.- Tlie ( loth xxill
In' pill "III ill the -a me mil 11 tic 1 -
iHi- flour xxas dispensed la-i ear. .
Pecos Printing To
Go All Over U. S.
The 1 Interprise i' ibis week
plinling probably the largest
plinling jolt ever lunied out in
I'eees, It is a eonliaet J"ti for the
A Flu- Tourist Court Assin-iattoii
of which Hill Itossnuili of I’eeos i>
Tlie enterprise got the job.
which xxill probably have a^oiit
210,000 iiiiprewdoiis. by underbid-
ding eoinpetKors in Dallas. SI.
Dmis mid othr large eities.
Thus _ I’edos-printed literature
will lie found next year in super-
ior tourist courts from San IMeg »,
California, to Hot Springs. Ar-
The A - Fins tourist courts,
through Mr. Kftssmari, are doing
a great deal to establish Peco* u<
tin important .eommerlcal city. ^
mm; FIRST Natloiiul bank crew
1 jii'l need one day to do their
limiting. I.H't Tbnrsday («. <’.
I'arker went out in the morniag
l^.aii'l n’lurncd in tin- afternoon with
a buck. Kuird.i.x Harrison Itcuu
elqiinp look off enough time to run
"in tn Jniiii Nax-arctte’s- place near
Kent ami by ilil-k lie xxa- Imck
w it Ii ,i nice buck
W i; Hr'aek retuno'd during the
xveek end fr«im a hunting trip to
the 11munt;*itiv. ML party brougtit
in an * point buck from the country
lo ar Madeiu Spring'.
lal lioty bagged a Ml point buck
on the N ranch perennial hunting
Kax Lewis brought
>iiit hm k Iasi week.
iii a nice 6-
I art FH'terbfook. keeper of n’-
< "rd- i ml -cals for the city and
City Alderman I’uldisher Harney
Iliibhs came hack Saturday with a
|>it< k a piece Karl got a 10|snntec.
J'arni'y a nh-e I point white taH.
M. (’. Martin reports a six jiulnt
buck, killed in the country around
Fori Davis, lie hunted with Herb
M"ll"way who is going buck to try
hj> luck Thanksgiving Day.
K K. Whalen catue
nice buck last week.
in with k
Mr. and Airs. Muck tattle runae
in last xveek with two big deer,
tsith killed in the Davis uiountkfaM.
Mr. little got a 12 point, lfr*.
I at fie un S point.
.Dick Roddy brotigh in a nice
big buck. • He did bta huntln<
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Hawkins, Jack. The Pecos Enterprise (Pecos, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, November 25, 1932, newspaper, November 25, 1932; Pecos, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth893344/m1/1/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .