Stamford American (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. , Ed. 1 Friday, October 18, 1940 Page: 3 of 8
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dab la making through
At the last meeting of tha elob.
tha season’s study wm ' ‘
nr el dm
st n» .
Bast McHarg avenue in
by a aurver of
relations by Mrs. W. P. Crosby.^
Dad, In. Ibaa Smith,
HALLOWEEN MASQUERADE ,
DANCE PLANNED BY CLUB
Tha Sub-Debs mada plans for a
danca at a
Janica Baird. Tha danca will be
bald at tha Stamford Country Club
Bridge Club- held a di*w
thaotsr party last weak,
first went to tha Ramona
pSiaa1K5dtJSwB^^« a M«i«aa dinner
Hurley, Jessie Mas went to the show.
d Maria O’Brien.
A LA THE AN CLASS
, Tha Alathean Class of the First
Baptist Church, which is being re-
organised. elected new officers
Thursday afternoon of last week
at the home of Mrs. T. R. Tinsley,
Mrs. Otis Harbert was elected
president; Mrs. Perry Pennell, fel-
lowship vice-president; Mrs. W. G.
Morris, class ministries vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Ed Pendleton, steward-
ship vice president; Mrs. Ruby Gay
secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Agnes
Humphrey, assistant secretary-
treasurer; Mrs. Roy Smith, Mrs. _ , _ _ ,, _ .
Chester Bursqnx Mrs. R. A. John^ —®13lf[d*-A-Wee .Bridge Club
~ A and Mrs. wm* entertained last Friday after-
following members were
recent: Mesdames Ralph Blan-
on, Lloyd Luckie, A. A. McAn-
drew, J. I. Moudy. G. E. Hanson,
Jack Young, Tom Smith, and Oli-
ver Smith. - •
J. W. Griggs returned Thurs-
day of last week to his home in
Bethany, Oklahoma, after spend-
ing several days here visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Griggs, and other relatives and
friends. He visited his’ sister, Mrs.
O. A. McAllister, at Childress be-
fore coming to Stamford.
okiUw:.. itAiidtS nauJOtd
riaa Marsh* 11, assisted ha
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>."* nnerteM,. pMM.’S&.’iS- tJSL i.JL CSSS
fse and angst feed cake.
for the Baptist Church in
MRS. R. O. FLEMING
a~gT*duate of R. G Flam- tended
WkS/* 5 1ng?wC leftWedneeday tejria Friday.
^ husband in thair new bom* in ““
Jayton, lira. Pat Everett Mlae
Dorothy Therwhanger and Mrs.
Vincent Reeeh entsMiamMMs
waffle supper at the Roach I
Thursday sight ef last wank.
Halloween suggestions decorated
the house ana Halloween hern*
were favors. Games wore played
the registrations aril some ef them
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ivy, Mrs.
nkley spent Tuesday Dm Ivy and Mr. and Mrs. Tobe
night with CUUie Hughes. Kuenetler ef Stamford, and Mr.
-» and Mrs. R. A. Gillespie *1-. and Mn. D. A. Ivy wers visitors
landed the fair at Abilene
. for a dinner, which will be
held in November. After the busi-
ness meeting, the pledges to the
slab-Wire brought in.
The members present were Bet-
ty Blackwell, Wanda Britton, Dor-
is Brown, Ann Bunkley; Annette
Carothers, Gweneth Fie mins, Judy
Fuqua, Nancy Harrison, Martha
McClellan. Jane McDonald, Eatelle
McReynolds, Halcyon Stagner,
? jTnC SUmford High SchSol ~ held .
BainL**7 Jt8n *at*8 *nd J*n,ce .* rvn...... r .v. t,,...
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Delaney
and sons Melvin and Dewey, from
Erbie community visited her par- ternoon honoring her little
Mz^aad Mra- R. J. Fox. Bw- ter. Monte Nril, on her ‘
Games ware played, and
ix spent Mi
Mrs. V. r.:
Mr. and Mrs. VT P. Bunkley and
_____________ ____Mm. B. H. Bunkley wore in Dal-
and waffles and coffee were served. Jh* * few days ago for the Fair and
TKr fBMtK »Ud hustsusss Jiilmd tofto vi
presenting the bonoree with two
lovely pictures and a piece of Rose-
wood pottery.___ ,
Tbs’ guests were Mn. Fleming,
Mrs. John Some bee, Mn. Welby
Csilicontte, Mrs. Kirk Gregory,
Misses Viols King, Frances EUis,
Lady Lawler, Gladys Davis, Dale
Pemberton, Paulino Camblin, May
Massey and Alpha] Ledaire.
HOBO PICNIC HELD BY FIRST
YEAR HOME EC. GIRLS
. The three divisions of First Year
girls in Home Making classes of
F. Bunkley*s sons. V. F. J?n
Miller, live in Dallas.
Henry Davis of near Loeders
bpont Monday night with Dennis
and Dolphus Patterson.
Mrs. John Ivy and son, John M.
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with relatives in Lubbock,
Mercedes and Imogens Dillard
ent Tuesday night with Lucille
itterson and will go to the Has-
B Fair Wednesday.
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in the home ef Mr. and Mrs.'Ed
f ^rs” "wayne McCowsn entertain-
ed n number of children Sunday af-
menta ware served.
Mrs. Claude Bunkley opened her
e to the Auxiliary of tha Cen-
tral Presbyterian Church on Mon-
day afternoon. Mrs. W. B. Harri-
son, president, conducted the busi-
ness meeting when plans ware
made for a rummage anle to be
held Saturday in the Carothers
building and other general plans
Mrs. Wm. F...Hogan opened the
program with prayer and Mrs. H.
S. Fitzgerald gave an interesting
discussion on “Alaskan Missions.”
hot tan and _____________
Bteooames wm r, Kogan, Uliver
Crump, Ed Bushell, Dick Rowland,
Annie Blankenbeckler, Fred
elL H. P. Moudy, L M. York,
Penry Smith, H. 8. Fitagerald, Ar-
thur Bushell, A. C. Braun, J. M.
McDonald and W. B. Harrison.
Bake Sale Saturday —~
The Pierian Club will hold a bake
sale Saturday beginning at 9 am.
in the vacant building on the west
side of the square. The proceeds
will be sent to the Golden Jubilee
fund of the National Federation of
Women’s Clubs which will be used
in promoting American ideals.
SELLJMD4T '• LBAMB
r”a J. BATBS
Dr. Frank C. Scat!
Dieeesea and surgery of
gar. Noee and Throat and Fa-
ting of Glaaaoa. >.
I give the Alorgy Testa feu Wm
few and Asthma and nm
the Serums for
MRS. MOUDY ENTERTAINS
BIDE-A-WEE BRIDGE CLUB
SCHOOL CLASS HOLDS
An all-dsy session st the home of
Mrs. T. A. Upshaw was held by
the Homemakers’ Class of the First
Baptist Sunday School for the
regular monthly business and social
A covered-dish luncheon was
Hobo picnic at College Lake Tues-
day evening. All of the girls were
dressed in “hobo” costumes. After
supper, giames were played. The
girls were accompanied by Miss
Ethel Rowell, instructor.
L 6. Goad, and Mn.
Kbit Gregory, group caj
Mn. R. L Bartley, associate group
Cake and coffee were served to
Those attending the First Bap-
tist Church who observe birthdays
during the month of October,
spread lunch together at the church
at noon Sunday. The custom is fol-
lowed each month.
agKsi.ac: -’Chk “
“Brasil" will be the subject of
Lady for the Pierian Club- meet-
ig Thursday afternoon, - ■ October
noon by Mrs. J. I. Moody. In
bridge, games of the afternoon.
Mrs. G. E. Hanson won high score
prise. After the games, tha hostess
served sandwiches, coffee and caks.
The guests were Mesdames G.
E. Hanson, Lloyd Luckie, Ralph
Blanton, Oliver Smith, Jack Young,
Travis Beuehett and D, H»s»n.
FRIDAY BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
WITH MRS. ANDREWS
Mrs. H. G. Andrews entertained
the Friday Bridge Club last Friday
afternoon. High Score prise, a deck
of card*, went to -Mrs. Alec Spen-
cer of San Antonio.
Sperial hi inti ween Mrs. W.
B. Harrison, Mrs. Bill Braymer.
Mrs. George Zachary and Mn. L.
M. Hardy. Club gueVtiTwere Mrs.
MRS. MILLION ENTERTAINS -
Cut flowers decorated the home
of Mrs. L E. Million when the
entertained the Play-A-While Club
on Thursday afternoon of last
g a* noun, r«rt «i me nme week. Dainty appointments weke
apt nVTnwwlim fyt Berlias^ usi J for games of forty-two. _, i
After the games, the hostess
served a congealed salad, wafers,
coffee and cake. The guests were
Mesdames Herbert Lawhon, Albert
Turner, A. J. Bell, J. B. Lee, Anna
Dial, A. M. Conant, Frank Lind-
say, E. B. Harrison, Jack Fuqua,
C! E. Coombes, Z. A. Jeter and R.
P. Small.----------------- ~ ^
Orphans Home'and part in piecing
quilts. A large number of gar-
ments were finished. At the close
of the day, incoming officers were
installed by Rev. Dick O’Brien,
The officers are Mrs. Annie
Bounds, president; Mrs. T. A. Up-
shaw, first vice president and mem-
bership chairman; Mrs. C. H. Tim-
mons, second vice president and
class ministries chairman; Mrs. W.
C. Pratt, third vice president and
fellowship chairman; Mrs. J. S.
Smith, fourth vice president and
stewardship chairman; Mrs L. B.
i Nisi Lilias Pen-
ick, assistant secretary, Mrs. JTICtL,,
Brady, treasurer; Mrs. J. D. Ram y
Plight of Migrants
Depicted in Play At
Meeting of WSCS
l, Commercial Werfc
Our prise is eu the level
bo, reporter; > Mrs. O. R. Jones,
Spencer, Mrs. J. B. Pumphrvy of *rouP captain No. 1; Miss Lilias
Old Glory, Mrs. E. P. Bunkley, Mrs. F« n»ck, group captain No. 2; Mrs.
“ ‘ ~ Henry Cook, group captain No. 3;
Mrs. J. D. Rambo, group captain
In addition to those mentioned
shove, the following women were
present; Mrs. Charlie Curd of
'Shawnee, Oklahoma, ’ whose hus-
iband is here in the hospital; Mmea.
E. E. Zinn, Carter King of Albany
H. V McElreath, C. N. Humphrey,
Dick O’Brien and Kemp.
L. W. Johnson, secretary of mis-
sionary education for the Woman’s
Fred Hudson, Mn. Billy Bryant,
Mn. Charles G. Inglish, Mrs. L F.
Metz, Mrs. Sol Sanders. Mrs. W.
B. Tayman, Mrs. Mamie Yates Orr,
Mrs. B. P. Davenport, Jr., an<| Mrs,
L E. Loveless.
'MONEY TO YOU!
OM furultaae; eM broken teela;
pets and puna; laws utwtrs;
amp tree all kinds. Highant
U »_W, McHarg
MISS THEDA OUNGER AND
CARL MAN8KE MARRIED
Mias Theda Olinger and Carl
Manske of Sagerton were united
in marriage Saturday night at
9 o’clock at the home of Rev. and
Mrs. E. G. Ripke, in Sagerton.
Rev. Mr. Ripke, minister of the
Zion Lutheran Church, officiated,
using the single ring ceremony.
The couple was attended by
Mrs. Frank Meadows of■ San An-
gelo. sister of the bride, and Os-
car Msnskt. brother of the groom.
The bride wore a soldier blue dress
and hat and black accessories.
GOOD FELLOWSHIP CLASS
L. E. ADAMS HOME
Mrs. L Ef Adams entertained the
Good Fellowship Class of the First
Baptist Church on ThrfritJay after-
noon of last week. The meeting
had been delayed for a week be-
cause of illness in the home of the
teacher. > _________
Mrs. W. C. Cannon opened the characters were
and Mrs. J.'
Out-of-town relatives who were' meeting with prayer
in Sagerton for the wedding werejO. Jackson offered the closing prpy-
the bride’s brother, Swan Olinger, I er. The class members present
and his wife and little daughter,!were Mias Alma Gustafson,.Mrs.
Jo Ann, of Lubbock, her aunt. Mrs. | Jackson, Mrs. Cannon. Mrs. E. V.
Fannie .I-auderdale, of Brecken-jHarlnn, Mrs. J. E. Duncan. Mrs.
ridge, and her cousin, Mrs. Sybil B. W. Culli-m, Mrs. M. L Hicks,
ing, it did not fail to impress one
Cochran of Breckenridgo.
Mrs. U. D. Thompson, Mn.
FALL OPPORTUNITY DAYS^—
Sale Starts Saturday, October 19, and Ends Saturday Week
Decorated China Salad Bowl
t 3-4 In. Diameter, 3 decora-
tions, regular 16c value—
2-ft. Wood Step Stool-ri»-
flniahed—made of clear yel-
low pine—3*4 In. treads—
6-qt. nickel plated copper
tea kettle—very special value
—regular 31.75 grade—rust
proof, leak proof s
7 $1*39 ;
Decorated cake cover ... ex-
tra special—blue top. white
■idea and knob—floral decor-
ations,. tin tray—
10-qt galvanised water pail
—nice handy sise pall of
good quality ware . . grt
Washboards, galvanised . . .
double faced washing sur-
face, extra large sise—heavy
Wash tubs . . . galvanised—
No. 2 sise—reinforced with
double seems—extra heavy
handles—a real buy—
-Ironing - boards-.....extra
ipecial . . sise It bjr 43‘ in.—
will not bend, break or creep
• 89c -
2 for 5c
o p and bottom—
— i Mm ^|gmi *
value . . 1»H in. high . . au-
tomatic popip style ash re-
^ m :_
Roller Skates . . extra special
—footplate and extension In
one piece, double row ball
Columbia lunch kit—with 1
pint bottle— folding metal
handle—hinged satchel type-
2 cell— with
Lanterns ■ . extra special
valuss — small No. 0 sise,
reg. 31.10 value— now 80c.
Largo No. t siae-eeg $140
89c and $1.19
Blow torch—rag. 33.76 value
—1 qt capacity—a vary ser-
vicable blow torch for use on
Shot Gun . • . single banal
breech action— available tor
if, 18, 30 and 410 gauges—
sented s play "The Highway
eery” at the Methodist church on
The president, Mrs Jack Jones,
announced the hymn "Faith of.Our
Fathers”, after which she called on
Mrs. A. E. Wiese to read the
Scripture lesson . and the pastor,
Rev. W. Carl Clement, to lead in
prayer. Mrs. Jones then announced
Mrs. Johnson gave an outline of.
the study telling of the teeming
thousands of shifting population
from coast to coast, as it is in this!
country today, saying that 80 per!
cent of these uprooted Americans!
are native born but to show more
clearly conditions as th«y are she,
said she would let these migrants
tell their own story.
While the setup of the Highway!
Grocery and the costumes of the
with the seriousness of the situa-
The proprietor of the highway
grocery was playCd by Mrs. R. A.
Bible. The migrants passing this
grocery daily were represented by
Mrs. Dave Behnett, Mrs. G. B. Mc-
Laughlin. Mrs. F. W. Pauling, Mrs.
Clay Davis, Mrs. Byron Lewis.
Mrs. Tillman Caldwell, Mrs. Burl
McClellan, Mrs. S. D. Gay, Mrs J
R. Pratt, Mias Annie Harris, Mrs. J
R. C. Lane, Mrs. W. H. Terry, Miss
Jean Russell and Miss Edna Roe.
Mrs. J. H. Rutherford and Mrs.
Harry Pace represehted members
of the Womans Society on their
way to their meeting at the church
and on seeing a group of these mi-
grants near the store one said,
"who are those people over there?”
The other replied, “Oh, they arc
migrant*, I’m sorry for them but
there is nothing we can do about
it. Let’* hurry on to the church
or we will be late.” ,
The auestions asked at the little
store by these drifters shewed
some ways that they are helped but
without any permanence. FoY in-
stance "Where can we get some
gas to help us on to the next town
where we may find work ? Is there
a united charity organisation in
this town? Is there a day nursery
where we may leave our children
while we work? The children are
without school and church advan-
tages but will be American clti-
sens inf the near future, it was)
There were fifty present. Guests
with wool! —
Slipover and coat styles in
pure wool! Bright colors.
Cynthia* Slips 98c
Superb rayon crepe or satin.
Trimmed or tailored styles.
♦Reg. U. S. Pat Off.
New Handbags 98c
Smart simulated leathers1!
Smart shapes, lovely colors!
i o h , thick
. u f t i n g on
'ream or col-
All Wool Blankets
varm! 4” ray-
o n satin
SHOP AND SAVE AT PENNEY’S
Smart New Rayons
Span Rayons! Satina! Crepea!
There were fifty present. Guests
(were Mrs. Bailey Pest and three
I women from Bole, Mrs. Ray Lee,
Mn. Robt. Sollock and Mn, H. C.
I Leon. Ioe cream sticks were serv-
(ed by Mn. Johnson at the little
Mrs. H. C. Michael end baby,
(ra. Bart HeUand, Mrs. J. J. Un-
tshaw and F. E. Upshaw visited in
I Fort Worth 8unday and Monday.
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57e warm springy wool, combined with fine cotton.
Handsome pastel plaids with 4” matching sateen
binding. Large size — 72” x 84”.
Lovely patterns and'
colon. 48” wide. yd.
J°” fj—lftaun —. Coi—fhfc.
Variety of patterns. -
50” SATEEN LINING
Fine quality with a lustrwm
finish. Ideal for dra-
pery lining. Value!
Vat Dyed CRETONN*
pa turns! ... TA
Plain weaves or smart now-
elty patterns. Make
your own curtains
and save! Yd.
Our Finest Muslin!
Firmly woven of fine long staple cot-^
ton with an unusually soft, smootht
finish. Stock up on these excellent Q1M qq»*
sheets! + ol X utf
PENCO* CASES Thrifty housewives know ^ C
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Huston, Cleburne. Stamford American (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. , Ed. 1 Friday, October 18, 1940, newspaper, October 18, 1940; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth973046/m1/3/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stamford Carnegie Library.