Stamford American (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, April 11, 1947 Page: 3 of 12
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During Week Make Interesting News
Mr. and Mra.'C. C. Middleton of
^aakell-apent Monday in the Mar-
vin Cobb home and helped with
the cattle working. w
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cobb anti
daughter, Elida Ellen, left Mon-
day for Dallas to spend several
daya with their daughter, Mra.
Pete McCoy, and Mr. McCoy and
a sister, Mrs. Norma Baker.
. Mrs. Gua Gillespie and Mrs.
Jfcteorge Bouldin and daughter,
Martha Sue, spent Friday with
Mrs. Dock Roughton and daughter,
Mr I, Jt, A. Gillespie spent Sat-
urday with her sister, Mrs. Sarah
Young, of Stamford.
Mr. and Mra. Wilbur McKeever
hed their eon’* l .amoved at
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gillespie
and Mra. Bill Hager and Mrs. Tull
25 Yearn Experience
R. T. CLARK
‘ ‘-v- ait OrK.' Tin Shop
Newcomb attended the singing con-
vention at Anson Sunday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cobb and
daughter returned home Wednes-
day from Amherst where they had
^tended the funeral of a brother-
in-law, Pen Steddum. Mr. Sted-
dum formerly lived in this com-
munity and was well known here.
The Sunday School class at
Berryhill held sunrise Easter ser-
vice Sunday morning. After ser-
vices breakfast was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Burl Bunkley and
daughters upd the Bunkley’s niece,
May Donna Malonw of Hamlin
spent the week-end with Mra.
Bunkley’s parents, Mr. and Mra.
Mr. and Mr*. Gerald McLennan
and son', Mice, spent the week-erfc
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. ^nd Mrs. R. J. Fox and
daughter, Betty, returned home
Monday after spending several
days at Crane with two daughters
and other relatives.
Bill Hager and children spent
Sunday with his son and wife at
Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Bunkley en-
tertained the 84 club Monday night.
Cake and ice cream were served
to Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Gillespie,
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cobb and Mr.
and Mrs. Gus Gillespie. -
Mrs. -Wallace McGowan
daughters spent Monday afternoon
with Mrs. R. A. Gillespie.
Lutheran Church Sunday and Monday
POWDER PUFF BEAUTY SHOP
Three Blocks East of Stamford Inn
Free Facial on Monday
For BEAUTY, REST and NERV ES
Don’t whistle at the women com-
ing out of our shop. It might be your grandmother.
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2. Always Parking Room
3. We Guarantee Our Work
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Easter services wire condueuad
at the Bethel Luteran Church with
Dr. Hugo B. Haterius in charge.
An arrangement of spring flowers
and white gladiotas adorned the
front of the church.
As special Easter numbers, the
choir sang at the morning hour,
“I Am the Resurrection” and
“Hail, the Morn of Victory” ,.and
“Thanks be to God.”
Birger Haterius directed the
choir and Mrs. Hugo B. Haterius
At the morning hour the six
weeks-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Comer Sharp was b«pt^fd
with Dr. Haterius performing the
service. The child was christened
Martha Nell. Sponsors were the
Mrs. Carl Seth.
At the evening hour Raymond
Spiegelhaver was taken in as a
new member of the congregation.
Contributions received Easter
morning were donated to the Luth-
eran World Action.
A Good Friday service was held
Friday night with Dr. Haterius in
A mo^ie, titled, “The King of
Kings” will be shown Friday night
of this week at the church base-
ment. The choir will practice af-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peterson
honored their son, Arnold, with a
birthday party March £0 at tbeir
After games of eighty-four,
cakes, toasted cheese sandwiches
and birthday cake were served.
Happy Birthday was sung.
Guests were Jennie Armstrong,
Barbara Richards, Clements Rich-
ards, 1-ester Seth, Emil Pearson,
Eugene Olson, Kermit Soderburg,
and Willie Buerger.
Also present were Arnold’s sis-
ters, Doris and Yvonne, and his
aunt, Mrs. H.W2. Olson.
A second day Easter program
was presented Monday night at the
Bethel church basement with Dr.
Hugo R. Haterius in charge.
their first game of this year Fri-
day night. They played the Ham-
lin team and were defeated.
Henry Laughlin is the manager,
Loil Young is the business mana-
ger and Grady Laughlin is the
Norman Kelley of Idalou spent
several days here last week visit-
ing his nephews, Reece, Charles,
and Joe Clark and their families.
Mr, Kelley, Reece Clark, Charles
Clark, Joe Clark, M. Y. Benton,
and Oscar Manske made a fishing
trip to the Colorado River over
the week-end. *
Guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Hess Sunday were: Mr.
and Mrs. Hiller Hess and son of
Midland, Mr. arid Mrs. Ehglemah
of Spur, Mrs. J. L. Guinn and chil-
dren, Beuhla Mae Summers, and
ter the show To t^e <jr0SSt" Mmjgs. Edgar Shll-
\ Ur.-Eundgroa, *** ^c-elecUd ,^t ^AffrW, '**
Sing a song of service.
Of cheap electric power—
Ready at your finger-tip
To lighten every hourt
fftisVe<P'"Tnr the Swenson school
trustee electeion held Saturday at
the school house. Mrs. Eric
Rosenque^t, election judge, and
Mrs. Bertil Youngquist were in
• Dr. Hugo R. Haterius and Philip
Olson are the two other members
of the board.
Swenson school pupils and pre-
school children enjoyed an Easter
egg hunt April 2 on. the school
I grounds with Mrs. S. 8. Russell,
teacher, in- cLuxge--------
Lemonade, sandw icjves and cook-
ies were served by the mothers,
most of whom were present.
The Luther League held its
April business meeting at the
church basement Tuesday, April 1
with Lester Seth, president, pre-
Rebecca Rosenquist was elected
secretary to replace Mrs. Philip
Olson, Jr., who resigned since she
plans to join her husband who re-
cently joined the army.
Coffee, sandwiches and cake
were served by Mrs. Philip Olson,
Jr., Doris Peterson, Arnold Peter-
son and Robert Nelson,
Among those present were Dr.
Hugo Tt. Hateritrs,- irpoasoty and
Mrs. Haterius, pianist.
Arnold Snygg, attending Texas
Tech at Lubbdck, was home during
Easter vacation with his mother,
Mrs. M. O. Johnson, and Mr. John-
son. Visiting in the Johnson home
rasm> stmttnrvm Mr. ana Mrsr
Charles I’rater anil son, Charles
11. Mrs. Prater is the former Vir-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Bell and
Miss Pearl Rosenquist of San An-
gelo spent the Easter holidays here
with Miss Rosenquist’* parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rosenquist,
and also visited with other rela-
tives. Mrs. Bell is the former Ag-
nes Lunn and sister to Miss Rosen-
quist. Miss Rosenquist is employ-
ed in an abstract office.
Miss Theresa Newquist, employ
ed at Austin, spent the Easter hoi
idays with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Newquist, and other home-
Mrs. Carl Forsell of Fort Worth
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Eric
Forsell on their recent week-end
trip here and was a guest of MMb
Gladys Newquist in the home of
Miss Newquist’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Newquist.
terson, Philip Olson. Mrs. Hugo
B. Haterius pianist, accompanied
the vocal numbers.
Voluntary donations to the
Easter Egg fund were received
and will be used for benevolent
purpose*. Refreshments were ser-
Numbers presented at the Youth
Fellowship service Sunday night,
March 23, were a reading, “Trav-
eling Companions,’’ Clements Rich-
ards; vocal duet, “The Old Rug-
ged Cross,” Barbara Richards and
a reading, “Fellowship,” Martha
Mr. Vu»d Mrs. Carl Ekenstam
were in Abilene Tuesday when
Mrs. Ekenstam visited a specialist
who is giving successful treatment
for an ear ailment which she has
had for the past two or three
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Mr. and Mrs. Homer Houston
and children spent Sunday with
Mrs. Houston’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Chillicoate iniiTruseott.
After the opening devotional- the M * ““dn^
following numbers were given:
Reading, “The Three Gardens,”
Carolyn Braun; reading, “The
Power of the Risen Christ,” Lam-
bert Stenholm; vocal trio, “The
Old Rugged Cross,” E. P. Arm-
strong, E. W. Carlson, Birger Hm-
terius; reading, “For You, For
Me,” Barbara Richards; reading,
“I Am the Resurrection-,“ Mrs.
Hiram Olson; vocal solo, “He
Lives,” Mrs. Adolph Olson; read-
ing, “A Prayer,” Mrs. Bertil
Youngquist; vocal number, “Nailed
at NTSTC, spent the spring holi
days with her parent*, Mf. and
Mrs. Loil Young.
Guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Manske Sunday were:
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff LeFevre, Mr.
and Mrs. Delbert LeFevre and Lin-
da, Mrs. Reece Clark and Glenda.
Mrs. M. Y. Benton, and Mrs.
Charles Clark and Boh.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Cook of
Lubbock spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. M. Y. Benton, Sr.,
and Mr. Cook’s parents In Abilene.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer ..Houston
entertained Friday night with a, 42
party. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. M. D, Crow, Mrs. Jack
Quade, Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Dip-
peT and G1JTMT. Mr and Mr*. Nor:
man and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Glynn Quade and Larry.
Mr. -and Mrs. L. R. Wieuke ,
and sons of Lubbock visited friend*
in Sagerton over the week-end.
Miss Pauline Nienast of Dallas
visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Nienast and Mr. and Mrs. G.
Muegge and children were also
guests in their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Milt Sutton and
Karen of Abilene were guests in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Gibson Sunday. Other guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie l,ee Gibson,
and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harris.
Dr. C. L. CROMWELL
— EYES EXAMINED ....
' GLASSES FITTED *
Broke* (.eases Duplicated *»d
Just West of Grand Theater
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Mr. and Mrs. Ryland Gleaton,
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
I .add of Wichita Falls and Mrs.
Ladd’s mother, Mrs. Irene Meers
of Munday, went to Lawton, Okla.,
for the annual Easter pageant in
the Wichita mountains.
FIlaliTey 'Keese, * s?TQ flSTiVtn Texas
A. and M. college, spent Easter
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Keese.
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Mother’s in the kitchen, dreaming up a meal.
Grandma’s in the laundry, busy-washing clothes.
Dad plugs in his razor, and whisks off his whiskers.
Lights shine, the radio plays merrily, and Sister
skims the cleaner across the bedroom rug.
This is a house with dozens of servants—depend- ^
able, willing electric servants—ready day and night £
to make work easier and life more comfortable. This
is living the modern way—the electric way!
Yet how little it costa! Grandma can spin the dirt
from six heaping tuba of wash—for only a penny!
A few more pennies get Mother through her meal
and Father through his beard, too. Sister can clean
that rug and five others like it before her cent’s
worth of electricity is used up.
Dollar values for penny prices—that’s the story
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Craig, Roy M. Stamford American (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, April 11, 1947, newspaper, April 11, 1947; Stamford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth972643/m1/3/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stamford Carnegie Library.