Stamford American (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, October 14, 1949 Page: 2 of 19
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DISPLAY NATIONAL KIDS’ DAY POSTER — Otis
explains the technique he used in drawing the poster
card to be used in connection with the observance of
National Kids' Day on Saturday. Nor. 19, to, from left
to right, lames H. Eddy, field Secretary. The National
k*fc- Day Foundatimj; CarroU West, assistant secretary.
Kiwani* International; *rwi O. E. Peterson, executive •#-
retary. Kiwanis International. Khranis chibs In towns
and citie* across the nation are planning to oUenc Na-
tional Kids’ Day with a variety of programs and futi
raising events. All money raised in a community will ra-
nuia there to be spent in helping underprivileged chiL
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That simple sti
whole story of tl
glon Auxiliary. 1
Masters unit of t
in connection wl
campaign for en
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illsry has only t
help id serving
in siding need]
ciples of Amerl
with the Legi<
projects, help t
dal activities. -
THE CHRYSLER UOSS CHECKING MILLIONTH —
K. T. Keller, right, president of Chrysler Corporation.
and Q S. Eddins, president of Plymouth. try out the. 4
Plymouth convertible that was the millionth car turned--,
; 0. B. Nichols
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MAI IN HI
Team Takes Lead
In Legion Drive
I • The membership diive of Hart-
j Masters Post, The American Le
■X»on' of .this city Inok on
* iTeiinlait week.
The team beaded by O. B. Nlch-
■t ols, 2nd vice commander *>d<*ed
Into the lead in the contest at last
Monday night's meeting.
The drive will continue through
this month and will be climaxed
by a chicken and chili supper The
winners will oat thicken furnish
ed and served by the lasers. The
low score team wfll have to be
satisfied with chib
All veterans in.this area are
urged to get in before November
1st. After that date the member-
ship fee will be £>.00 Instead of
The post has redecorated their
hall and plans are under way to
add a number of entertainment
. and recreational texture*-la the
* near future.
The post meets every Monday
night and all ex-service men are
Invilef to vWr any meeting,
rwbriber a memtaW- or not.
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SALLY RANn AT FAIR—
Midway feature at the 1949
State Fair of Texas is
famed fan dancer. Sally
Rand, with her all-girl re-
rijti Tfrt Btala Mr nma
through October 23.
Set for Oct 28
For Anson Hotel
And Haft what yea M is The Americas la pi aw |
An approval of a 1150.000 bond
Issue win he sought by Anson
Voters to finance a 30-bed hospital
will he held on October S as an-
nounced by the city commlaton.
Qualifications for voting In the
election are the saiq* as any oth-
Plans have been completed for
j-fhe const run ton of a 44-room
j hotel te he erected in Anson, Con "
lift TIA sn
cocmAcsw TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES
Master* Post. The American Legion in Stamford, iavitca yon to join
NOW! After: November lid Membership dues go to 9S.09 instead of.
93JM). A large membership is nscemmry to back the NnttoMl program.
.P«t Moberty. lf-yearoid son of
Mr and Mrs. Guy Mobcrly of
Albany, has been receiving medi-
cal treatmAht at the, Stamford
Sanitarium . *' ' ■
*4 w: ■ • *
The Treatv rHk in Austin.dMx.
M, Is the only tree represented la
^ GOODYEAR RJORB ^
HART-MARTERS POST 100
Crystti City. Texas, the
m capital, there is a U-
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Craig, Roy M. Stamford American (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, October 14, 1949, newspaper, October 14, 1949; Stamford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth972561/m1/2/: accessed February 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stamford Carnegie Library.