Stamford American (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, May 19, 1950 Page: 1 of 18
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OUR THOUGHT FOR TODAY
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“SUPREME IN ITS FIELD’
STAMFORD, JONES COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY 1950
Friday, Saturday and Monday
Are Dollars Dav* in Stamford
Mrs. Edgar ESt Is Hostess,
Miss Louise LhrIs
Sponsor of 1950 Reunion
IloptexK and sftun^mr f«*r tie na
Reunion have been aunouaevd. Sr*
named a* hostess by ttk* ittwrt»i > ^
Reunion and Louise Iiv.ngv—I
the U>ard of directors of tine r
■nr Texas ( o»l«iv
B%ar Ellis was
ike l«aas unrLuv
iwmrd sfawtsor by
Already plans are bring IWauft, A* enfiertaiai the cow-
girl aponaora w ho w ill refare -e— utnhp leans, ranches
und organizations at the Texas I'imIm Rexuaei
Wheat in Stamford Area Probably
Will Yield Average of 10 Bushels
With Harvest Getting Started June 1
Wheal in this immediate vleln-*"! Provided lit** rains «k»-not con- Some of the wheat la expected
My will likely nverntp* 1(1 bushels
per acre or better Is the opinion
•u>vv ol those who are willing to
venturi a guess. The reeenl rains
have improved the grain fjulte
in lull swing by June 10 lo 15.
l'his is a litile later than usual,
due lo I he continued drought ill
i he early part ot the spring.
j|. Dr Harold Cooke, McMucry
College President. To Be
to submerge and run from a hovering blimp. The maneuvering and endurance char-
acteristics of the blimp make it a formidable foe of the HUbmarine. The success of
'the blimp as a submarine hunter has led th* Navy to begin construction on one new-
type blimp and request funds for three more this year. (Official Department of De-
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Rotary Foundation Praised As An
Instrument of World Understanding
linuc wheat harvest will probably to• yield .15 buahela per acre #r
start N'fween June 1 and 3 anct hr above. It is the general opinion
that tins section will yield as
much wheat this year as last
year In spite of the reduced acre-
Yield of oats is expected U, be
good and acreage in oats Is much
larger than in recent years since
It was not limited.
Dr. Harold C. Cooke, pn-o i? »
dent of McMurry college. Aha 1st C
lene, will !»■ the speaker lor iNr Mim. i
graduation exercises of Slap* tWaB
Dm Baptoi Church
r •« weak on “To
■a n nr**-
iaew ewmm will
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State Jaycee Prexy
“ -- •hP*
Kotarians to Meet
Exchanirites in Ball
TV hasrkall. softball, fast
baM Jar, r*b*»fntwyatt?>
■mate betweea Ike old men of
Mrs. Crockett Appling Is
Installed P-TA President
wide understanding Tuesday
w hen W. C. Kibble addressed the
Kolury club Mr Kibble is pro-
fessor ot economics at Hardin
Simmons University, Abilene.
I “If there ever was a time when
we needed lo know w hat we be
Stamford Shows Bin:
Increase in Retail
Bill McDaniel, Dallas. prrsttrat: Iti Oa i. n* -
I as they
^ H>f an bjformw^-Vdtes- nigrbt at
r at the ■
try Club Monday night, lie »*o _ smaOVv aeialaril h»s wife
Introduced by James W. Lltufears TV ginl -e> table t» <Wo
Stamford Jaycee presklent i
. ae«-rrt jrrtrraiMuw.
tttieVUtfS - Candidate for
- partment of the schools. The Jun-
Corsages were favors lor the nf
Future Farmers are ^____^
* Hosts with Hay Ride « **
And Weiner Roast
and Mrs L
ks iho of
lord Sanitarium "
The farm will take plnre al
Hi ndrkora fWid and prareeds
will gw to vontk artlvlllea of
The members of the St am lord
Futurr Farmers chapter enter .
tinned the girls of the FHA chan-
ter Ttlfh a hay tide and wvlatre
roast Tuesday night, May 9.
The group met at the Ag build
Wk at 5:30 P. M. and boarded a
large truck filled with prairie hay
furnished bv Bill Jackson, mem-
ber of the FFA. The group tin a
h< aded for Swede Park for an
evening of fun. The group s»
accompanied by Gerald Proctor
sponsor of the fTA rhnptrr —li
Mrl. H. K. Langford and Ves
Ethel Howell, sponsors of
The gills who were guests or
Christine Johnson. Dolores N«
on 1*1, Nancv Pardut. Joyce C
dao etaol rtao etaoi etao etaufcaw T
nell, Mary Jo Bounds Ua>b
Moore. Joy Sosebee. Marie Gre-
gory. [km is Hitch. Dorothy Kurd.
Hobbit BroWn, Barbara RUev
Wlllette Daughtry. Carol ElrwxL
Joan Ward. Cready Green. Me*
Terrell, Tabltha Clifton (TvarW
ltambright. Pal Vaden, Jowar
Bland. Barbara Kay Flower*. TH- ! ta C
lie Metz. Wanda Webb.
The hosts were Charlie AnOrrv
-Terrell Berry. Eugene Ci
Edward Ekadalh. Larry -ti
.win, Carl Griggs. Bill Ji
Curtis Johnson. Tommy Junev lim Law May:
Kenneth Iziwe, Hradfortl Uuod.
1 „•«rry Morrow, Dell Rogers. D
led Scoonce, Carlton Strand. Iw- L. K. IMbn. J»
land Thane. Hubert Thane. GenM^ •
Vasek. Herman West.
Whatley, Jimmy Btand rntT •
Foster. Charles Gary, James Had. I
Reginald Link. James Wrtk
Charles Young. I>eon WlseneT
V Weaver. Mr.
Carte, and Mr.
HM several Jay
t TVxas during
to he m Hamlin
■may. m Roian
Ayb i m TVxto vn<l
e TTmri itiy lo ronlei
Ibm* evmitnr vter
d iV TVsas Javeees. ai
kn ii ayntriers there
nniuil tk outstarvl
at lHe organiza
eVrted stair prr
Ben Ramsey of San Augustine,
w ho lias a long recoul of service
in both houses of the legislature,
today formally announced his
candidacy for lieutenant governor
of Texas. ^
The tall East Texan resigned
this spring as sccielaiy of state
in order lo prepare to make the
slate race. He was appointed see
lelaty of state in January, 1919.
by the late Gov Heauford Jester
Mid continued to serve under Gov.
A Han Shivers when he took of
(lulllett. Mr ami Mrs. Billy Wesl.j Ramsey began his political ear-
,»nd son. Mi and Mix. I. T. Caf-, „.r |n when, he was elected
in ami family. Mr and Mrs. P. K
1 bom peon and datighter of
SiMilnrdi Mr. and Mrs. H. A
. .. ■ • —Air 11 _ — (•-.
Mrs Crockett Appling was in trmluosl by Mrs George Pryor,
Stalle.| as n.*w president of he », retiring pr *ktdeirt»
‘ Also tihder ^ mMOMi
Retail sales In*
during the nine vear period
from it* lo ffMH jump al-
ia I9W. sales
oiher countries a«t brought to
ihtit 'Wetmr i»
Held al W. T. West
Home Mother’H Day
Mra. W T. West had all of her
ie« ehikfren and a number of fhe
In-Laws and grandchildren with
Her for Mother’s I>av.
Those present for the gathering
wrre Jay West. Mi and Mrs John
tor high school choral group gave
two numbers and the Senior high
school girls' choral group gave
three numbers. These were di-
rected - hy Mlsa Era Jo U|mhaw.
The Junior high school band,
directed by Willikm E. Mayes,
piescnied three numbers.
Ihi* is ihe closing meeting of
the Junior-Senior High school
FT A lot this year.
" 1 '■ 1 ■ ■ ■■ •
New Officerw Named
For Paint (’reek
By Hne KouMiii
The Paint Creek Chapter of the
FHA Clubs of America met Mon-
day morning in the Home Econo-
mics Cottage to elect new officers
-hewed a gain of 31.1 per rent
In iftilt uHe- for the same
perkNl. Wholesalers showed a
gain of IriMit I4.H million to
to the House from .San August in*’
county, lie served In the House ltn(j ^ plan the hummer project-,
roiir \ e.ir* Snd tii JUWvvSTHfrlH | The Hub was called to orik'i by
to the Texas Senate, where he j Margaret Houston, retiring pre-
served eight yeuik. j sklent. Thr new officers elected
Tiie Last lexus Senator has al- j w,.f aH follows, president, Greg-
ways ts-en h<*ld in high regard »>y „ry Floivs, vice president. Nell
his fellow members of th< l^*gis- Hannon, secretary, Shiileni* Till
lature. regaidless ol differences
in voting, and the Senate demon
slrated lids In 15*47 by electing
West and family Of Bridgeport.
Mr. and Mrs If. L. Terrell anil
hoys of Paint Creek, Mr and Mr*.
J. J. W***t and daughteix of Fort
Stockton. Mr and Mrs. W. S.
Thomas ami girls of Ijimosa, Mr.
-mi Mrs Cody West and son of
Gome. Afnong other granrjchil- ........ _________
SUm, ^-nen who were there wen* Mr ami • him President Urn Tempore of the
the special ; Mr* Davkl Cannon ami daughter 1 Senate
al new of ol Ku|,. Mr. and Mix. Bob Moore. Ramsey tsirn and reaieti in San
CMy Mid Aw- ■ o| Grwre. Iteien and Rpwena Ter-1 Anguatlnc county, has been a
T*,.? ret of Stam'otd Vnd Etlwin !>*• loader In the advancement of rur
** Terrell of Abiiem- Vial tor* wen- elertrl lkat Ion In the state. K»r
* wen* , t>tNXe James of Abilene and Mar ,he past ten years he has been fit
n U»v were Mi and ! vin Heney of Stamford * I.___... ,L. __t-..., *r„.
Qflfn Mi and Mrs _______
and Mr* Mil Mr and Mr*
*Tboae their children home for __,7 _____ w_.___ _________
and twiy and they attended church sei I largest ami most financially sound !
vices together at the First Baptist |n Texas
(hutch Here for the occasion | Ramsev attenik'd the San Aug
were Xlr and Mrs E. W Turner j ustlne public schools and the Uni
\ well, parltementnrtan, Margaret
j Houston. re|H>rter, Geraldine Tid
j well The retiring officers in the
| same order were Margaret Hous.
(on. Sue Kouldin, Geraldine Tkl
j well, Shlrlene Tidwell, and Shir-
ley flrlffin. I.«*rim- Jarman Is the
| Practically all the girls plan to
^ | do a summer project which ran
tomey for the fK-ej^ East Texas., |M (vveen thus* things,* aewlng.
77. . . , , . .. 1 Electric Cooperative, and during leather craft, or dresden
r* a . time tills pioneering ru^''^ i Tliey vrlli m«*et every Monday at
Mothers ;utitity bag grown tnto ow of rhe
rho*e present were Glenna
S< haake, Margaret Houston. Sue
H'-oldin, Grpgory Flores, Ixirine
Jarman. Nrll Hanson. fKirothy
fnerton, Mary Rounds. Shirley
Tidwell. Geraldine Tidwell, Mis
of San Angelo. Mrs. Gerry Wright versify of Texas. After leaving tluj
Carr of Wichita Falls and Mr I University In 1931. he began prar
and Mr*. - — —
May 27 Will Be
VFW Buddy Poppy
Day in Stamford
The VFW slogan, “to honor »h»- ^
dead by helping the living'' ax’
re fleeted during Buddy PwgOV
Day which will he observed her*
on Saturday. Mav 27. Comm ambry I
.....B. R. iSally) .Webb al VFW Fwt.
No 9179, said
The funds from Buddy fSfps
* aalea are used to provide help for
s needy and disabled veteran* war
orphans and war widows and *•
assist veteran* In pfospuiw |
claims, for hospitalization, on |
pensatlon and other heneflt- p
’Is pointed out.
Hofidv Poppy chairmen are Mr* ; ~aa
II F. Brigham and Mr* J W
Terry nnd they will be a**fctn*d b* Vw
ither* who will conduct the sab* Wa
(■iwntown 6n the Poppy vtatr | X
Stressing the need for
_thia yeaf for veteran
AMon. th^y ore asking that S
. port! people be generous m tbn
response - ad
—.——_ _ u
Cuo March, former Raylar Pa
I vcrslty professor and now rnd
date for the office of
. Texas, paid a vial I to the i*y ■»
--Tg-troifned Tuesday ~
Special Program, Holiday
Highlights of Senior Day
Reunion Held By
Mrs. j. F. Uriggs
Member* of the family of Mrs.
J F Griggs held their annual
Molheix' Day rcunipn Sunday at
the home of n son. Charles
Griggs and his wife In Sweet
water Only two of the children.
h son and n daughter, could no'
bo present. A numlrer of the
grandehildn-n and the “In luws"
were also there for the occasion
The mother. Mrs. Griggs, went
over from Stamford ami others
from Stamford were Mr. nnd
Mrs. John Griggs. Mr. and Mrs.
Fdgar Griggs ami children. Mr
and Mrs. Howard Kilpatrick, Mr
and Mr*. Charles Kilpatrick and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Her
Joining them there were Mrs
II. P. Teasley of Uvalde, Mr. and
Mrs. Jcdil Ingllsh of Fersan. Mr.
and Mrs John Hlockrr and dauglr
ter of Lubbm k, Mr. and Mi s
I ewe! Harlan of Lubbock and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Grigg*. Jr., and
children of Sweetwater.
like right now when other people
need to know what we Irclicve and
linnk, he continued.
Mr Ribbft* explained the work- i
ings of the Foundation under |
which students from one cv’untry i
are given scholarships to study In 1
another. The Foundation has a j
fund of 12.300,000 »nd from a 1
start of 18 boys In 1917 48, has I
grown to where, this vear
boys and gfrts will be given actfol
aixMp*. Of tbw as, 37 ore Irons
tfnifed State*. TVreney-fmir
dlflerent countries are repreaent
I I RAT WHEAT OF SEASON
RIUUifmJN AT llUfH
First wheat of the 1950 season
wa* produced by Elmer E. Hen-
nig and his 17-year-okl son,
Truett. They also combined the
first 1948-49 wheat.
The wheat waa cut from about
four agi-es and tested above IS
|x*r cent In molstun* content.
‘All Stars’ Take
an orphanage who was brought TO
--America and who visited many
orphanages in this country.
An intensive weeding out pro-
cess Is gone through In selecting
boy* and girls to receive Foun*
dation scholarships. Mr, Ribble
said, emphasizing “the future
pence of the world 1* In the.hands
of these young people.”
“We must adopt a new type of
diplomacy. We must let people
ol the other nations know what
we think and believe If we
to combat the »w**ep of Com mu
Mr und Mix. J. H. Blue and son.
James, ara* leaving for Waco
where they will make their home.
They have purchased a home
there. ’ .
Mr Blue will return ,|o Baylor
University to work on his Mas
ter s degree. He later plans to do
administrative school work.
Both Me and Mr*. Blue have
been active in civic affairs, clubs
and church work' since they flave
been here. Mr. Blue recently sold
his merest In Modern Food store
to hi* partner. Jack Fuqua.
only home-run In either game.
Saturday night the ’All Stars’
will play the team from Ablltne
Christian college at Wendetootn
Field beginning at ft o'clock.
Thursday night the Exchange
club and the Rotary club will be
matched in a game at Wendebom
Guild Electa New
Officers at Dinner
The Wesleyan Service Guild
met Monday. May 15, In St. John's
Methodist church around a good
fellowship table with food amt
service provided by member*.
Sixteen member* and two guests,
Mr*. J. H. Rutherford and Mrs.
Charles Flke, were present.
Mix. E. B. Klnard preskied at a
brief business session and
ruled Mr*. Rutherford to report
her attendance In April of the
quadrennial meeting of the Met-
hod 1st church In the United State*
at Cleveland. Ohio. This report
was so inspiring that member*
were eager for her to talk long*
Of fleer* for the roming year
were elected with Dr. Elizabeth
Martin as the new president, sue*
H,u>n 11 iv 11 us* In R<» cerdlng Mrs Klnard. Mr*. Addle
upen House TO He Mao Kfnnpd>. WM Hected vice
Held at Lindsey president; Mr*. B. B. Gay. record*
I I.'Lw.# _L. L!La„ ! >»K seemtary; Miss Ko/ella Vea-
Mr* C-W-Dsborne and daugb-1 IMeClrlC onop zey, promotion secretary; Mr*,
ter. Mlk< of Clkrksvllk*. tnd.. | The Barron Lindsey Electric. Klnard trensurer; Mr*. Swerv
aie expected to arrive within o kecrlve shop at 21fi W. Mcliarg i son Davis spiritual life secretary
fcwL (lays lor a visit with Mrs_ wdll.ha.vexn open Imusc Skiturdav Miss lies^ Smithy, mi««k»»ery «4-
Osborfie's sister, Mrs ()' P Dal- May 19. to observe the dpenlniT] ileal Ion and serVIW|TBlM'Tfi3Bc!*ste
rymple. her husband and daugh of the new store here In Stain-1 Ine Turner roeial relations and
ler. Wanda. 'Hie visitors are | lord. * other church actiyltlea secretarw ’
(orning at this time to he here lK>or pi ize* will he given to! Mr*. Rutherford closed the
this year as the
eg tkr Siamfor I
id the state
tar. ■» TVW on Mav 18
N TK-kw h the borne of
Mrs W. C.
X- J K- Greaves and ;ton, I tu lni* law In San Augustine and o i ...
wh,h tsiiwr v,r^
the serious h>nt Texas problem V|rs O. C Houston
of soil and forest conservation |
Ti** Ramsey farm there now Is I Raymond ’Austin of Misber
considered a model ftom a soil Im Arlz h(.rr f((, ,( . ,Hj, w„h hj,
piovement standpoint. mother. Mrs Jewel Austin other
Afte, leaving the Secretary '»» \ relatives and friends He came to
States office In Austin. Ramsey )(,jn hi)| wjfl. uho rHm(.
and his wife returned to San Aug i *« vera| weeks earlier to visit her
school colors 11’“"^ r.xum.,1 his law I paronta. Mr an(, N,t s E E A ales,
school colors, practice lie has been active In all L„(, olh#>IS yy,,. wjil r,._
were emphasized in the attire of i community affairs and tuis i>een tuln |,omr together
the seniors The girl* wore white in member of the Methodist church
..irtor < and navy blue shoes and ! ,,f hi" 4U6 ^H,r , ,
. I Kam*ey said he Is tunning for
h*d corsage* of blue and white |pnjtrnan, governor becauae ne is
The hoys wore .white |convinced that fhe thinking people
rt* and tktfk trousers of yoxas must fake active interest
,77* rla** history prophecy and | jn their state government, to sol
; will, were gfven in a fortune tell j vp thclr ,mn proh|em, ln their
ing atunt Elmer Bell. dre*s 1
’ e«t as a fortune teller and look
inf Into a crystal bowl, told about
for the graduation exercises of
Stamford high school.since Wan-
da Is a senior
Mr and Mrs. L. G Moore were
met by relatives In Junction thu
past week end foi a three day
fishing It Ip
those attending the open house ' service of dedication and pledg*
which will be an all day affair. | for new officers and member*.
Sheer Fabrics Take the Spotlight in
Fashions for Summer Clothing
Recent guests in the L. G.
Moore home were Mr Moores
parents, Mr, and Mix Ren Moore,
a brother, Rill Moore and t is
wife all of Ixmesa, and Mis
1 Jijniee. ot Fort Worth
| own way.
rl»*a members when askerl by i
Carlton Kelley A* each name J
wa* drew from the bowl, that
member of the Hass walked Into j
sight on th* stage and then took ,
hi* place in the aiiditoiium
The Has* gift, an office desk
for Sup* L W Johnson was an
Huh I* nounced before the class Joined
imjihVy in singing the class song, written
who will by Barbara Turner Rlchk* Ijvne.
Mayne* a lyta played for fne group
a# Dnfrirf After t)w activities at the
j school the Haas was given a holi-
day and went to Fair Park In Ahl
‘Religion of Power’
Sermon Topic for
j “A Religion of Power" will lx-
the suoleet of the morning ser |
molf at St John’s Mcthodlxt
church hy Rev Charles K Flke.
The eveninp worship nervier !
nt 7:30 o’clock will is* broadcast
Around 350 ministers and '2f»0
lii> delegates will convene in the
1f*t Session of the Methodist
Northwest Texas Conference at
M.e First Church, Big Spring, at
I1* o’clock on Mav 24 Park I’la e
Wesley Memorial and First
|< hufehes will he hosts to the Con-
I •*» ence
Sheer fahi k-s an- In the spot-| ial by hasting It to strips of tl»-
light for summer clothes Ya.nl paisr. After stitching the
goods counters aie offering a P*P*r Is easily pulled olf. Set fhe
Kie.tter variety of sheet* thap in ! machine for about 16 to Jj)
_ _ many a year in cotton, rayon, stitches per inch for these deli-
Waymond MiKin* arid daughter •nylon and silk with many old <«tr fabrics, and lighten the pro*.
favorite* to choose from, inrlud ,**'*« *'-rew at the top. Use a fine
.tig dimity dotted Swiss, orgpndle. > needle size II at least,
i tuf Ion. voile nnd tisviie gingham A our slip is sure to show—show
Sheers are Ideal for this year’s
very feminine stvlex either soft
(!iajx*s oi crisp full skirts
In rnnking up thes< fabrics,
however, the home seamstress
reed* to remembet that many
need "xtia seam alk.wance
( rease-feslstant voile* for
Methodist Northwest Texas Conference
Planned at Big Spring on May 24
nnd the setmon subject
. 'hiving 'Without Fear,’’
Bishop William C Martin of tite
I'alias Fort Worth area, will pie
side. Big Spring pastors are Rev.
Aisle If Carlefon First Chuuch
who ha* Just recently concluded
a tevlvaj meeting here. Rev I
A Smith, Park Place, and Rev
C. Hardaway. Wesley Mcmor
lene. ki ahowlng ackite improve
roent She I* still In isolation.
S. G. Young, patient in
C. P. A merson Is delegate from
t John’s’Chuich ind Dr fieot g -
Mr and Mr* Paul Summers arc |
going up on the Pains Thurvlav ,
and will go lo Meadow Friday lot I
thetr . dnnghter.—Burnt ha l*wt | —tR attend The* 7 "on fet ence xe*
Summer*, who has been teaching -ion Include Mr and Mis Am
rnt. Mr and Mis 1’ E Upshaw,
Mr and Mrs Ted Myers Mt and
Mis W J Bryant
The pastor. Rev Uhailes U.
Kik(-. and the distnrt supetIntend
en; of the StamfoUf dlsttkt. Rev
J II Crawford wiil attend.
Groundwork fot |he business of
the Conference was laid at .1
meeting of IJishop M.irtin'xtnd the
district superintendents with the
Liard and -ommlttee leaders at
Pljttnvjew . Mav 8
'Dvctitv paatoix pf the, Stam
ford dlstilct met at Rule Tuesday,
M.tv lli, and rftade find reports
lot the Conference rhe meeting
was piesided over hy Rev, Mr
Appointment of ministers
| through, that is—when you wear
1 it dress of sheer fabric Thus con-
sider what you will wear under
neath when you make or buy d
cheer dross Slips That match
dreages In color ate very much the
thing this year a navy blue slip
PX I under a navy dress, or a grey slip
rmple. are wiry and fray badly I "ti<k*r a grey dress Be sun* the
thus to' hold securely need seams slip come* down to the hem of
the dress and hangs evenly all
around to avoid unsightly gap*.
Plpfn siips l<»ok l*e»t under ligured
or fancy sheers Dressy slips may
he worn under plain sheers.
Mood is alternate___P«TfHloa-W<h«r f+rrtr'TTTJtFges wITT be made Sun
dav afternoon. Mav 28
in the school there Die school
closing this week end
• tson. Mt and Mrs. J K Me
( ulloeb Mr and’Mrs R k Hry
l ike- Is expected to L“ returned
to St John’s ( hutch as |«astor
lor the rxmiing year
s'* ‘ Inch*** deep when firHshed
1 ;uts i*id waistline seams should
:uit L- cut downward because of
the danger of Raying Frencit
seams generally tiro L-*t • tie
-aiise they are least conspicuous,
hut at armholes it may pay to
bind seams with a bias fold of ihe
material for durability.
Sheer* ate so light and delicate-1
that they havy a wa> of getting |
'out of hand slipping and stretch
Ing when cutting out the pattern.
To avoid this, use one rtf the new j
tu . tuning-board* hrr -which thr fatt A
tic can L* pinned before cutting |
Ot pin the fabric to heavy smooth
When stitching by machine. J
prevent picketing of the mater '
Senior Class Gives
The Senior < lass of ijliwf of
Mamfonl high school Is pre
MstMaj ■ tixndSom.- ' AfTse
i.'x-li fo Supt. I.. IV. I Hinson
»« ll‘* gift. Antiouneene'bt of
this gift was made in llr* Mi-
nna! -color dav exerHggs Fll-
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Craig, Roy M. Stamford American (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, May 19, 1950, newspaper, May 19, 1950; Stamford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth972724/m1/1/: accessed May 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stamford Carnegie Library.