The Seagraves Signal (Seagraves, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, July 11, 1930 Page: 1 of 4
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THE SEAGRAVES SIGNAL
Working For Gaines County
The Methodist meeting will be-
gin the first Sunday in August.
Bro. Florence will do the preach-
ing and Robt. E. Huston. Evan-
gelistic singer of Dallas will have
charge of the song services. He
will be assisted at the piano by
his fifteen year old son who has
been playing in meetings with him
for a number of years. The time
for the meeting is on!y about a
month off so lot’s begin to pre-
)>are for it, and make it one of the
best, most helpful meetings we
have ever had in Seagraves.
A group meeting consisting of
conferences from different towns
in this district will be held at
Brownfield Tuesday, July 22
Seagraves Seminole churches are
included in the meeting and we
hope to have a goodly number of
representatives from each town.
“How the Blood of Jesus Saves
was the subject BrO. Dosher
talked from Sundry night. Ser-
vices were well attended and
two additions were made to the
church, baptising taking place
after services Sunday night.
Several visitors were with us
last Wednesday nighband every
one enjojred the Bible lesson.
Mutts. B. Rayboa and J- V.
Jones were hostesses to the T. E.
L. class last Wednesbay after-
noon during the regular business
and social hour. Bro. Dosher
was asked to read tire devotional
■ after which business matters
Lovely refreshments were
passed to Mmes. Candler, Ney,
Thompson, Douglas, Britton, A
cox, Race, Roberts, Misses Lorn
Brown, Anne Dosher, Marie
Douglas, Elizabeth Kelm and
JUNIOR B. Y. P. U.
Subject- “Blessed Are the Mer-
Leader- Mrs. Dosher.
* Two Stories- Waty Douglas
The Vineyard is Planted-
Peter Questions Jesus-
Jesus Answers Peter-
n PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY NEW
U1 STATION IS NEARING COMPLETION
K !J U U ■ S C
Folks and Facts
Orville Perry and Edwin Cal-
fe? returned to Athens Tuesday
nfter a weeks visit with the Wal-
ter Perrys here.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Raybon and
Bernese Higgs were visiting in
Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Jones left
Thursday for Ft. Worth where
she and the children \yill visit rel-
atives for about two weeks. Mr.
Jones returned Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs B. Raybon, Mrs.
.loe Hudson and Mrs. M. B.
Clayton spent the -1th of July in
Midland seeing the horse jaces.
Mrs. J. C. Ansley of Wichita
has been visiting in tire home of
her son, J. 0. Ansley. 4
Construction work on the new
wholesale and retail station for
the Phillips Petroleum Company
is being rushed to completion and
will probably be ready for own-
ing the latter part of next week.
This makes the second wlulesale
gas station to locate in Seagraves
in the past GO days and probably
will bo followed by other major
companies operating in Texas
and New Mexico. There are ru-
mors to the effect that one or
two other w holesale stations will
be located here in the near future.
A representative of the Phillips
company informed the Signal
t hat his company would be ready
for business by July 19 or 21.
When asked who would be their
local agent he slated that no def-
ined information was available
at that time but due announce-
ment would be made in a short
Mrs. T. A. Ellison received a
message of the deatli of her mo-
ther. Mrs. S. O. Floyd, Monday.
She left immediately for Roscoe
MASONS INSTALL OFFICERS
With District Deputy Grand
Muster C. U. Watkins in charge
of the ceremonies, the local ma-
There was a large crowd at the
Ijoop picnic July 4th. Among the
visitors were J. J. Kendrick, can-
didate for County Judge, A. R.
Taylor, candidate for sheriff, A.
J. Roach, of Seminole, and Mr.
Willingham of Willow Wells.
I. B. Co.* and family of Wichita
Fall, Texas, are visiting his moth-
er, Mrs. P. B. C«e.
The Willow Wells girls’ ball
team defeated the Loon girls Ju-
ly 4th but the Loop boys beat
the Willow Well boys.
J. M. Fleming and family, La
Robertson and family, Mr. and
Mrs. J. i?. Blair and J. M. Payne
and family all attended church
at. Wellman Sunday.
Mrs Louis Blair and son, Wil-
lard, of Amaril’.o visited in the
j. s. Blair home last Saturday
We are glad to report that
Clyde Ellyson has returned home
from Lamesa where he had an
o deration for appendicitis. He
is getting along well.
W. L. Wright and family visit-
ed friends in Terry county last
Lester Caswell attended church
at Gomez Sunday.
Most every one in "“‘"jpiaco wejneaoay. !ni -ht.
munity enjoyed the ‘Fourth. Mrs. Ellison bus the sympathy “ be
Hobbs, Lovington, anil otherLf her many friends in her hour
The tacky party given at the
home of Edgar Herron Friday
njglit was attended by a large
crowd and every one had a good
time. Rosa Sawyer and Jonv.ie
Westbrook were prizewinners.
Miss Margie Westbrook who -
has been visiting Mm <***•» '
ie left immediately for Roscoe gonjo jodge helll their ann„ai in-
to attend the funeral which took:Bta,|ritj0n of offl(.erS Tuesday
places of iuteiest were v sited by j )(- jj»fe tveinent.
different ones in the community.
Mrs. Applegate enjoyed a l
pleasant surptise last Friday I SHOWER GIVEN I'OR
Frank Young, returned home
Mr. and Mrs. McFatridge and
MissHenshaw of Seminole were I
MissHenshaw of Semmo.e were borae Sunday,
in this community Thursday tn-j ^ n ^
quiring about the school.
Messrs. Roy Medlin and Sher-
man branded cattle two days last
and Mrs. Hinkle, of Lawton Ok.
came in. They represent the Ok.
Transfer Co. and were moving a
family to Hobbs. They returned
MISS VOLA NIG6S
The following officers were in-
ducted into oftice: Van Elliaton,
W. M., Allen Maltsberger, S. W.
J. V. Jones Jr. J. W., Joe Spurger
Tiler, Me. Hill, Sec., E. C. Rob-
erts, Tress., M. T. Cain, 8. D.,
taon Wright, J. D., Rev. P. Flor-
ence, chaplain, O. H. Heame, S.
S , 0. G. Winn, J. S.
Refreshments were served fol-
Bennett Curry is spending the
week with her grandmother, Mrs.
Mr. Earl Van Bibber who has
been visiting a sister, Mrs. Edgar
Herron returned home Monday.
Opal Lusk, Leona and Alvin
Smith and Waiter McNew visit-
ed our Sunday School Sunday.
Complimenting Miss Vola
- - - . Higgs, bride-elect of Mr. Morris
Ernert Bennett returned from stark of Seminole, Mmes. C. W.
east Texas last Monday. Jordan and A. L. Bradford were
Every one present at the school hostess at a lovely ehower last
h„u» Saturday evening enjoyed Thursday at the home of Mm
a fine sermon by ReV. Florence ol I < ore on.
SeaeraVes He gave a good ex- Upon entering the living room,
r J ho iiotv Ghost which was decorated will, p.nk
planation of the .\ * Lnd the brides favorite,-------- -
Cowden Wharton took charge colors Each gl,est was asked to the living room at tl.e Methodist
of the Seagraves-Sawyer mail register in tae hand painted parsonage, Rev Preston Florence
..nnIp Jutv first. We are getting „i. n<vfln i,er hv Mrs- officiating. I lie impressive ring
Miss Vola Higgs, daughter of
Mrs. M. B. Clayton, was mar-
ried to Mr. Morris Stark of Sem-
inole last Tuesday at sunrise in
oi tne oeagraven-oawjr^i “ register in tao nana painu-u
route July first. We are getting bnde*s hook given to her by Mrs-
excellent service which we trust 1 ^ p Haley.
Peter- j £Verett Westbrook c f Mem phis
Marion Mosley, j TexttSviaitea his father and motli-
The Servant is Bro’t Before tho, ^r Mr and Mi a. O. F. West-
King- Lester Berry. I brook last week.
The Same Servant lief uses to Wright visited in the
Carter home near Gomez, this
TO SAIL FOR IRELAND
Show Mercy- W. D. Rhea Jr.
The King Punishes the Servant-
The Lord’s Prayer- Marion Mos-
Thursday, July 10
These prices are furnished by
the Seagraves Produce Co. and
are subject to market changes.
Turkeys, No. 1, -
Turkeys, old totns,
Turkeys, No. 2,
, Butterfat .
Mrs. Zack Elder visited her
mother in New. Mexico last week
M r. Virgil Wiseman sprained
his back lifting and has been go-
ing on a crutch, but is better.
Mrs. T. F. Doak’s mother and
daughter, Mrs. Geneva Walker,
of Aml.erst visited her last week.
Miss Annie Armstrong, who is
a neiee of the picturesque old
character, Pat McHugh, deceased
and who forthe past 22 years has
ranched on the Gaines and Yoa-
kum coil n ty 1 i nes, le f 11 h i s w eek for
a return visit to tier native home-
land in Clconacool, Ireland,
where her parents reside. Miss
Armstrong will sail from New
York on the steamer Brittanica,
arriving in Queenstown. Ireland,
duly 2lst she expects to return to
West Texns in October.
Following musical contests, all
officiating. The impressive ring
ceremony was used while Mrs.
Florence played very softly “Me-
lody of Love.”
The bride Wore a gown of pink
georgette over pink satin with
1 rUlHJWlUg IMUBIblJI
Mr. and Mrs. Will Gary spent I suggestive of matrimony, Mrs.
a pleasant afternoon in the home ! joe Hudson read “Her first Hus
of Mr. and Mrs. Goode Sunday. Land” and “That’s How That.
Rev. Wharton filled bis regular Started” and as Mrs. Florence j pink taffeta hat and other scces-
_ .ointment Sunday morning. give a musical number, little No- series to match. 1 he gown wa
.....Pinh rose, ana
Sunday School » ink and whiU>, heaped with love- Uwcet peas. The only guest, prea-
nicely. Wh the election of ne* ' hand painted china'out were Miss Berneae Hjgge,
offleer. special interest seems tolly 8'^ ^ ^ ^
have been taken. The refreshment plute which al
Fred and Joe West and Author | out the pilllt and white
Cunningham left last week for|CO|or sch».me held sandwiches,
the harvest fields.
Walter West and family enjoy-
ed a visit from an uncle, George
and family, Sunday. The West’s
of Seminole accompanied them.
Good Used Refrigerators
See Cltude Hearne.
THE CHURCH OF CHRIST
■ ■ ■ ■■■!
B.F. AVERY FARM MACHINERY
North East Santa Fe Depot
Organized Sunday July Gth,
with sixty one persons present
Everyone who v ill Is welcome
every Lord’*day watch for ■ " ' f
____________... .... ■ a mm m •
Clll WCIC iviia.s ut imrot-
i-ister of the bride, and Mr. Clen-
Mrs. Stark his lived here for
a number of years and was a
color seneme neiu ku.uw.c..^, .....-— , ‘ , oo , ,97 .9«
Dickies and olives, angel food and member of the class of 27- 28
F . ____, i .. Mio .no anrt Imu since been emDiOVGd bY
iced tea. Assisted by Misses
Vlanie Elder and Elizabeth Kelm,
the hostesses served Mines. Will-
iams, Ragan, Taylor, Haley, Ar-
ledge, Claude and O. H. Hearne,
John and Joe Hudson, Cooksey,
ihea, ICendrick. Hargett, Flor-
ence, Ansley, Whaley, Clayton,
Nash, Britton, Black, J. V. Jones,
R, T. Creel, Basham, Rayb.m,
Stark, G. W. and G. L. Smith,
Johnson, Roach and Misses Steele,
Bank*, Qubelle Youngblood, Ma-
nie and Mattie Sue Elder, Naomi
Race, Claudia Saitin, Dorthy
Belcher, Roena Scott, Elizabeth
Kelm, Opal and Naomi Perry,
Birdie Bachman and Bernese
Good Died lefriferitors
See Claude Hearne.
—--— — —
and lias since been employed by
the Seagraves Mercantile Com-
pany. Her lovable disposition
hui m-.ule for her a host of
friends here. Mr. Stark is also
well known in Feagraves having
been a former employee with
Higginbotham - Bartlet Lumber
Company. He is now in business
Immediately following the mar-
riage ceiemouy they left for
Seminole where a wedding break-
fast was prepared for them at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Stark, parents of the groom.
After an extended trip to
Carlsbad, Roswell, El Paso and
oiher points west, they will be at
home in Seminole.
The Signal joins t'aeir many
friends in wishing them much
success and happiness.
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Rhea, W. D. The Seagraves Signal (Seagraves, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, July 11, 1930, newspaper, July 11, 1930; Seagraves, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth982082/m1/1/: accessed November 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.