The Delta Courier (Cooper, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 18, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 30, 1940 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DELTA COURIER
MRS. C. A. COCKRELL
Methodic! Church Directory of
The directory of the Pecan Gap
Methodist Church consisting <*f
16 pages of valuable church infor-
mation, and interesting advertise-
ments is being delivered out this
peek. Aid of the officers of the
church together with a list of all
the members, of this local organi-
sation are printed in this little
The local correspondent com-
siders the history of the chundh
the most outstanding chapter.
The only charter member is LawL
M. Yeager, who became a mem-
ber more than aj half a century
Rev. Guy E. Perdue, the author
of this booklet, together with
stome members, gave valuable in-
formation and| secured advertise-
ments from our local businessmen
and all of our neighboring towns
are truly deserving of much cred-
I. O. O. F. Lodge, Reorganized
With much enthusiasm and fa-
temiil love, the I. 0. O.’ F. Lodge.
No. 405, was reorganized last Fri-
day night. iC. iO- Pickens and J.
S.' Phillips, both of Cooper, were
pleasant visitors and helped in
getting the lodge started off
again. There will be another
meeting of the lodge on next Fri-
day night, May 3. All former
Imem/bers of the Pecan Gap Odd
Fellow Lodge are 1 both invited
arid urged to be present. There
will be important business matters
to come before the lodge. The
newly elected officers are as fol-
lows: H. II. Rhodes. Noble Gmrll,
K- W. Roderick, vice noble grand,
"W- E. Grady. oh&pMn, W. M.
Thomas, treasurer, 1 nnd C. A-
Cockrell,, recording secretary.
Precinc. Convention, Saturday,
May 4, at Pecan Gap
There will be held a Democrat-
ic precinct convention at Pecan
Gap on next Saturday. May 4, at
2:3i0 p. m. The local writer ha,,
the convention will convene. Sam
Leevnan, the Democratic precinct
chairman, will preside at the meet-
ing. There) will he about ten or
twelve delegates and some five or
*ix alternates to be elected at the
meeting, who will represent Pe-
can Gap at the county convention
which will be held1 in Cooper on
the following Tuesday afternoon,
All voters of this political party
residing in justice precinct No. 6,
Delta county, are most cordially
invited to attend this meeting.
Milt Ani a Fowler Honored Will
A Birthday Party
In honor of her eleventh birth
day, Mr. and Mrs. 'Odell Fowlei
gave an enjoyable birthday part)
at their home on last Thursda;
afternoon for their daughter, Mis.
Anita. She received many birth-
day presents. Many iboys and
girls of the elementary school
grades attended the party. Re-
freshments were served and in-
teresting games were played.
Mrs. .1. J. Newman, who recent
iy underwent a major operatioi
at Lubbock, is getting along nice
tyyl and has returned) to her home
Rev. Guy E. Perdue was caller
to Bonham Friday afternoon to
conduct a funeral service for an
old tiinej friend-
iW. R. Kerbow was in Cooper
the latter part. of the week fot
David Frank Harmon of Harlin-
gen is here visiting his grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L- Garner.
Richard Bishop of Jordan, spen
hh« week end here visiting his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
■Robert E. Walker of Dallas was
here Satururiy visiting relatives
and looking after his farming in-
Mrs. C. <S. Morgan and son, W.
A. Morgan, who are now tempor-
arily located at Durant, Okla..
spent the week end^here visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Barnett
were called bo Leonard to see Mr.
Barnett’s mother, who was ser-
iously ilj! Thursday. Mr. Barnett
reports that his mother is s'ightly
improved at the present time.
W. B. Routt, who holds a re-
sponsible position at the Fannin
counity agent’s office, Bonham,
spent Saturday and Sunday here
with his parents.
Roy Garrison, Ralph Richard-
son, and Miss Kathryn Bartlebt,
students of the ETSTC- of Com-
merce, spent' the week end here
with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Odell Fowler arr
daughter. Miss Anita, and Mrs.
Lewis M. Yeager, were shopping
in Commerce Saturday.
M. P. White was transacting
•business in Houston last week.
J. V. Muncy, 82, of Pecan Gap,
who has been in Hall county ser-
iously ill, was brought to Pecan
Gap Monday. He is now slowiy im-
(Mr. and Mrs. V. B Whittenburg
returned from Dallas Thursday
alter spending several days want
their daughter, Mrs. Lloyd McAl-
ister, and faultily.
Mrs. Arthur Bartlett of Leo-
nard spent Thursday with her
mother, Mrs. J. E. Sooggins, who
bus! been sick.
Mrs. J. A. Milder has been visit-
ing relatives in Dallas and Breck-
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Crawford
of Corpus Christi have been vis-
iting relatives here.
Mr. ana Mrs. Van' Calvary were
in Leonard Thursday to see Mrs.
Calvary’s aunt, Mrs. Bartlett, who
htu> been critically in.
J. 0. and O- F. Muncy were
called to Memphis Thursday to be
at the bedside of their father, J.
V. Muncy, who is critically i II.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barrington
and Mrs. Maurice Gaston and
daughter of Sherman were visit-
ing friends here Friday.
Miss .J'ulia Mae Scoggins and
Miss Birdsong of Paris visited rel-
atives here over the week end.
Mesdames L. and Roy Wilson of
the Gough community were guests
of Mrs. Warren Brid|ges Tuesday.
L. B. Clower was transacting
business in Paris Wednesday.
Miss Rosa Lee Jones, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. WJ|T. Jones of
the Giles vicinity, underwent a
major operation at the Paris San-
itarium Monday. She is recover-
TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1940
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Miss Cathey Hudnall of Need- j I AM IN the market for Loan
more vis.ted her aunt, Mrs. Mon- j cotton, if you have any to sell
roe Anderson, Monday.
•Mrs. Jess Jones visited in Sul-
phui| Springs Sunday with iMss
Mrs. J. C- Mathis, who has been
a medical patient at Janes Clinic
an*l Hospital, returned to her
FOR SALE, work mules, all
kinds to select from—Lamar
Truck and Tractor Co.
1 OR S.A LE Hay 25c per bale; corn
fi5c per bushel, alfalfa seed 15.-
per pound. Dawson & Hanna, retf
SPECIAL for Wednesday, baby
chicks for sale at five cents each.
Heavy mixed, White Leghorns,
Wyandottes and reds. Wellsview
Hatchery, call 314 cr!8*
STILL HAVE some Hurley-Row-
den freon my seed block at 1.00
per bushel.—T. L. Reel, Pecan
Gap, route one. rc21*
FOR SALE—Johnson grass, extra
fine, and Kaffir ccru hay, 25c per
bale, alfalfa hay 40c per bale; also
good milk cow. Emmett Foster.
We carry a good line of pipes,
fittings and plumbing supplies.—
Home Furniture Co. rett
FOR SALE or TRADE, good,
young milk cows—W. S. Slough.
FOR SALE or TRADE one mule
and harness, smooth' mouth. See
H. S. Harcrow or call at the Home
Furniture Co., rl7 cl 8*
FOR SALE—One roan Durham
bull and one Hereford bull, also
Johnson grass hay at 25c per bale.
Dawson and Hanna. rctf
CALL Mrs. .Howard McKinney*
phone 47,' for funeral designs,
sprays, pot plants, corsages- rctf
FOR RENT, furnished rooms, up-
stairs, light and cool, modem con-
veniences. Mrs. E. E- Toon, 115
Cooper street, telephone 258. ,
HORTON’S IRIS GARDEN
New 'and! standard varieties of
German, English. Dutch, Spanish,
Japanese, and Louisiana Wild Iris.
Over 400 varieties to select from
and now in bloom. Specially in-
troductory offer of 201 for $1.00-
Greenville, Texas, 8QIZH Moulton
St., 'telephonic 153i9. rl7c!8*
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND |
The State of Texas, County of
Delta. To those indebted to, or
holding claims again the estate of
J. C. Carlock, deceased:
The undersigned having beer
duly appointed Executrix of the
estate of J. C. Carlock, deceased,
late of Delta County, Texas, by
J. T. Taylor, Judge of the County
Court of said county, on the 29th
day of April, 1940, during a regu-
lar term thereof, hereby notifies
all persons indebted to said estate
to come forward and make settle-
ment, and those having claims
against said estate to present, them
to her at her residence at Ben
Franklin, Delta County, Texas,
where she receives her mail, this
29th day of April, A. ID. 1940.
RENA SMITH CARLOCK,
Executrix of the estate of J. C.
Carlock, deceased. c20'
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The Delta Courier (Cooper, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 18, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 30, 1940, newspaper, April 30, 1940; Cooper, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth895560/m1/4/: accessed February 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Delta County Public Library.