Stamford American (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, October 17, 1947 Page: 3 of 13
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Sagerton Eagles Take Measure of
O’Brien Bulldogs by 36 to 24 Score
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The Sagterton Eagle* defeated
the O’Brien Bulldog* here Thurs-
day night by a score of 36-24.
Jack Humphrey, who is one of the
regular players could not play be-
cause of a broken arm.
Mr. and Mrs. Looney Rogers and
4fcughter, Vickie Lee, of Ft. Worth
visited Mrs. J. H. Rogers and
friends here last week. Mrs. Cecil
Crow and daughter, Wanda Sue,
accompanied them from Fort
Worth to visit Mr. and Mrs. H.
Little Gloria Gibson, daughter
ot Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Gibson,
Jr., who lost part of her leg ii)
In accident last winter, fell Satur-
day and broke her hip. She is a
patient in the Stamford hospital.
for your pictorial
wttiNM ciain i i uctaui mamci
Guests of Mr. • and Mrs. Cliff
LeFevre Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. J. 8. LeFevre and daughters,
Jefflynn and Katherine, of Cole-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Reece Clark
and Glenda, Mr*. 8. B. LeFevre,
and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert LeFevre
Mr. and Mrs. M. Y. Benton, Jr.,
and daughters, Marie and Margar-
et, of Fort Worth visited J*r. and
Mrs. M. Y. Benton, Sr., over the
Mr. and Mrs. August Balser and
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Boedeker and
girls, Janice and Carolyn went to
Dallas Sunday to attend the Texas
State Fair there
Mr. and Mrs. William Neinast
and Mrs. W. P. Neinast and Victor
of Littlefield visited relatives here
over the week-end.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Neinast Sunday were Mr. and Mn.
Edward Neinast and Miss Pauline
Neinast. of Haskell.
~Rev. and Mr*. -F. L.. Btachcr
went to Wilson Sunday to conduct
special services there.
The Stitch and Chatter Club met
in the home of Mrs. Charles Clark
Wednesday afternoon of last week.
The guests were Mmes. Hankins,
Bob Laughlin, Ben Hess? T. L
Holland, H. L. Beil, John Clark.
Edgar Jenningf, Glynn Quade
Frank Bilberry, Nix Sheid, Joe
Clark, M. Y. Benton, Sr., Melvin
I a*wia and George Leach. Re
freshmentrt were tuna fish sand
wiches, olives, potato chips, cook-
ies, and punch.
Make Up News of
Week at Avoca
_______CAKE — “Something
out of fmirland,” say* Syear-oW
Rue Howell of Dallas, at sight of
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[hase and McGinnis .Inc
A9USNE WACO AMARILLO
'^eHMsee >m 91573 pm 2.9011
; BOX 399 BOX 924 80X 2109
$100,000, prepared for Arthur
Evert*, pioneer Dallas, business
mun, on hi* Golden anniversary
celebration. Rue is 8M» feet tall,
While the cake measifres over
foUr feet. Iced with gold and blue
sugar frosting, festooned with
pearls and garlanded with dia-
monds, sap»ihire« tin cl other prec-
ious gems, the rare confection is
the sort little girls dream of hut
seldom see except in fairy tales.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Power and
Patsy of Throckmorton visited
friends in Avoca Sunday. Mias
WeTdine Schwarts returned home
with them. She will teach in
“Granny" Holloway, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
N, W. Miller, and family of Flu-
vanna returned home Saturday.
Miss Ruby Miller returned home
with her for a visit with friends
and relatives here.
The WSCS of the Methodist
Church sponsored a rummage sale
last Saturday at Stamford. They
will sponsor another Saturday.
Anyone who wishes to contribute
and old clothing may get in touch
with any of the women of the
Mr. and Mr*. JcSi \yhigham and
-STAMFORD AMERICAN—Friday, October 10, 1947
the jeweled birthday cake, valued Fir Is and Mr*. 0* P. Smith and
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ted Mr. and Mis. Van Laughlin in
Jtule Saturday night. Mrs. Laugh-
lip is confined to her bed for i
week because of her hack.
Mr. end Mrs. Carl Opitz of Has
Mr." *ml "Mrs. "Ac y,HWHW*ThumAiiy and
_ 4- v- o.,^mn.lipr and Mrs. ten(jetj Sagerton-O’Bi ien game
Mrs. C. E. Stegemoeller. and Mrs.
F. A. Stegemoeller shopiied in Abi-
lene Tuesday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wuade and
sons visited relatives in Albany
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff LeFevre vis-
— FOR SALE —
Split Face Building Stone.... 13.50 per ton
Rubble........*.........7.50 per square
West Texos Stone Co.
J. J. KELL, President
Rev. Drrssner, pastor of the Zion
Lutheran Church went to Brown
\yood ..last Week to attend a con-
ference. ________ . ,
Mr. and Mrs. Loil Young spent
the week-end in Denton with their
daughter, Yvonne, who is attend-
ing NTSTC, there. They also shop-
ped in fort Worth and-UeUas-----
Mrs. J. L. Guinn and children
went to Clyde over the week-end
und visited with Mrs. J. L. Tabor.
Remember at Ran
deen Motor Co. next
week ... the new
'£5, SIR, in Mother’s language she’s the "first lady.” And Mother had her in
mind, as well as Dad, that day she took out a Southwestern Life Insurance
policy on her own life. Mother calls it "Wife Insurance;” it’s her plan to make sure
that Dad won’t be head-over-heels in debt, if she should be taken away.
Dennis and Charles visited Mrs.
L>. H. CutWrt of Gatesvilte. Mr.
Whigham waa down there on busi-
ness. Mrs. Culbert is the mother
of the two women.
Mr. and Mrs. Granvill Hast-
ings and son, Dicky, visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C- A. Mun-
^er of Abilene, over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Thorn-
tun, and R. L. Hines were in
Breckenridge Saturday afternoon;
, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Wise and
Faith Ann were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Woodson Huffaker
5-i Louie Knowles, who- has been
; I very ill in the Stamford hospital,
'^’returned fbcltts heiraa ‘Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dunklin
and Elva and R. S. Tusner were
in Dallas Sunday.
Mrs. J \V. Moody »(' Hutto ■and
her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Johnson,
a nM Mr. Johnson visited Mrs.
Moody’s sister-, Mrs. Laura Hol-
loway, Saturday. Mrs. Holloway
returned home with her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Lewis and
Frances Hurley of Wichita Fails
visited relatives here over the
week-end. R. L. Hines returned
home with them for a few days
Jimmy Lackey, who has been in
the hospital, returned to his home
Mrs. Edith Iaiomis and Miss
Margie Huffaker of Abilene vis-
ited Mr. and Mrs. (“lyde Huffaker
Mrs. Luke Watts, who under-
went an operation at the Stamford
hospital last week, is recovering
nicely and is expecting to get to
come home soon.
Mrs. Bud Knowles of Stamford
started teaching the fourth and
fifth grades Monday morning. She
is taking Miss Waldine Schwartz's
Mrs, J. A. Crawford, Sammy
Crawford and Mrs. Nancy E. Hold-
en visited Mr. and Mrs, H. P.
Mrs. Willis Hamilton, Lujene,
Selda Lyn and Mrs. Maxine Kahoot
of Breckenride visited Mrs. Roy
Hines Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rennels at-
tended the Rural Carriers meeting
of Southwest Texas local at Herm-
aleigh Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Matthews
of Stamford visiter! Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Rennels Sunday. x
Mr. and Mrs. Andsrson and Mr.
and Mrs. A. Y. Cooley of Haskell
visited Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Wood-
son over the week-end.
Mrs. J. C. Williams visited in
San Angelo Tuesday.
Floyd Jones of Yuma. Ariz., vis-
ited Mrs. S. E. Lawrence, his sis-
The Home Demonstration Club
met with Mrs. S. Garrett Wednes-
day. Punch, cheese sandwiches and
cookies wefe served to Mrs. L. B.
McNeal, Mr*. L. R. Wise, Mrs. B.
Cooper of Stamford, Mrs. J. V.
Grimes, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. G. N.
Rennels and hostess, Mrs. Garrett.
'VALUES—Like action.-* . . .
speak louder than words . . .
It isn't what we say that
earns us good-will, but whnt
we do. We hank on your good
WE LET VALUES DO OUR TALKING FOR US!
Big, New Assortment
Fine rayon cr«i»e in stunning
new styles. White, pastel or
dark colors. Ia>ng or short
Dainty embroidery o n
fine tea rose satin. New
long lengths. _
Smart torso styles,
pleats, straight fly front
models—All with that long-
slim look! Rich plaids or solid
Red or black plastic with
dainty nail heads.
Dresses — Dresses — and
That’s what we were thinking before we finished
unpacking this weeks shipment of N-E-W F-A-L-L
shoulders. Sizes 2 to 11. ^
You *ee, *hc knows about wive* who suffered lingering illnesses, and incurred big
medical, and hospital, and other bills, and then were taken away. She knows what a
struggle the husbands had trying to hold the family together and carry on, because
they had no ready cash to pay those bills. She knows about them having to go in
debt, and how many, many months it took some of them to get "back on their feet"
financially. And since Mother wants Dad to be able to carry on, and to give her little
"first lady” all the things they've planned together to give her. Mother has a South-
western Life Insurance policy on her own life that will give Dad the cash he’d need
in such an emergency.
Rayon crepes, gabardines, velvets, spun rayons,
jerseys, woolens and chambrays. Solids, plaids or
stripes. Everyone with the latest styling detail. Sizes
9 to 48.
All wool — 4-row con-
struction. Red. blue or
It's the smartest classic going
— the three button suit of
menswear worsted, cut to fit
like a custom-made suit! As-
sorted plain color or stripes.
New LONGER jacket. 10-18.
Jr. Roys’ Combination
Sports and Shirt
You know the long wear
this spread gives.
< How about your wife? Would you have the ready cash to pay the doctor, Uw hos-
pital, the druggist—to settle all the bills you’d have to settle, if she were called
away? Or would you have to "go in debt?’-’ With Southwestern "Wife Insurance,”
you can avoid the long, tedious* financial set-back that such misfortune brings. You
can have the ready cash when you’ll need it most. Now, while she is in good health,
is the time to put yom wife’i plan in effect. Let’s talk it over.
Removes Dead Stock
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Immediate Service .
PHONE - 250, Collect
HOME OFFICI • DALLAS
CENTRAL HIDE &
For active lads! I’inwale
corduroy shorts with a
short sleeve pin id cotton
shirt or a long sleeve cot-
ton knit shirt! 3-6.
A fine Beacon
. ‘n; "T
Bright plaids with
collar!! S-M L.
Real calf leather
plaid lining. 4 to 10.
Leather or Plastic
Solid or twb-tone colors!
Sizes 26 to 42.
•* .. .. 49* ki’ ~n\ • 4k *4. - Jk. . -
F.A( .nr3Wte..*«»* *
Stitched-On Hobnail Dots!
Fringed Edges On 3 Sides!
Extra Large—90x105 Size!
5 pastel colors and solid white to select from.
Twin or double size. Just 00 to sell—DON’T
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Craig, Roy M. Stamford American (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, October 17, 1947, newspaper, October 17, 1947; Stamford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth972300/m1/3/: accessed December 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stamford Carnegie Library.