TH HASKELL I FR PRSS TWELVE PAGES HASKELL, HASKELL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1956 NUMBER 9 tion Would Permit lisssBPssssssssssss! Total of $4,683 jRaised in March Community Chairmen Named 'ax Distribution IibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVbL, 212 " J' t 'LlbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI Of Dimes Drive To Conduct Red Cross Drive fund tax that was dropped by the of and maintenance, Including right-of-w- ay to- - . Total amount of Polio funds State in 1951. Prior to 1951 the costs, but until this year Annual Red Cross Fund Drive jrlz- - collected in Haskell County dur- has gotten under way in Haskell State tax was tax total$100. of taxable 72 cents on rty the values, where- the county needed to levy a 25 cent tax on all property in the ing the March of Dimes cam- paign is S4683.03, according to Construction Started This Week on County with the appointment of county, community and residen- - as thesince 1950, frbal- cents total has been only 42 county to pay the county'g part jBSK&IIBf ??' BbbhbLbbbbbbbv Cecil Gregory, chairman of the or beginning in tial chairman. lying an 1951. of tho county-wid- e road bonds. Haskell County can now discon- local chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paraly- Waterworks System for Weinert "Actual campaigning to raise the county's quota of $5,800 will During the last five years, of- tinue or drop the 25 cent tax and ficials explained, the county need- will do so, if the 30 cent tax on lfcjjk klLbbbbbbbbbb9PS1j1bbbbbbb1 sis. The money was contributed A waterworkg system to sup- lines will be laid in the rural begin March 5" stated County ed this additional revenue for all property in the county, except Judge Alfred Turnbow, county during the month of January ply the town of Weinert entered sections at this time in order to campaign chairman for 1956. road and bridge improvements homesteads, is voted. from a street blockade, Mother's interfence with farming opera- a definite stage this week, when The community chairmen and Lbbbbbbbbbbbbbv. C'bbbbbH March on Polio, a benefit dance, work of laying water lines from tions, It was explained. quotas are as follows: Haskell sbbbVbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB and various other projects. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbv bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbv Y bbbbbbbbm LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH the well site was started, and Six inch pipe for the distribu- business district, Wix Currie, tion system, along with a num- Meeting Scheduled to Discuss bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV T3sbbbbbbbbb! sbbbY bbbbbbbbbbI Leading tho local drive were these chairmen. County R. W. Herren, and R. A. material was being placed on the ground for the distribution sys- tem. ber of fire hydrants, has been placed on the ground in Weinert. $2400; Roberts, Mrs. Burl Dar- nell. $50; Rule, Jim $1060; Judd, Norman, Pete Sego, $50; JOHN W. FRANKLIN Lane. Community chairmen: Has S. E. Lanier, Haskell, contract- Cast iron pipe also has been in- Curry Chapel, Mrs. Lillian Spen- kell: J. M. Crawford; O'Brien, or on the major phase of the stalled under Highway 277, F-- M cer, $50; Rochester, Tolbert Ben- Truck Crops for This Area Anson Minister to Bert Davis; Rochester, Davis B. Edens; Rule, Earnest Williams; Sagerton, A. C. Knipling;; Wein- project, started crew3 and equip- ment Monday on work of laying Road 617, and the Wichita Val- ley Railway tracks where cross- ings will be made. son, $600; Bunker Hill, John Roddy, $325; Irby, Mrs. Turner lines west of Weinert in A. Grogan, $75; and O'Brien, Mil- ert, Damon Smith; Mattson, Installations under the high- Under sponsorship of the Farm hear talks on the possibility of and Ranch committee of the Has- vegetable growing in this area as Speak at Series of T. Mathis; Paint Creek, El-v- ln the vicinity of Lake Creek. Ap- proximately 3,100 feet of line was ways were made under the su- ton Rowan, $600. Seven other chairmen have not been named kell Chamber of Commerce, a a new medium of income for the Mabel Overton. laid Monday, Lanier said. First pervision of the highway depart- as yef ment, Maintenance Foreman Ray meeting of farmers and business farmers. men will be held in the court Dr. George O. Elle, assistant Meetings Here Lusk, who has cooperated whole- Haskell residential chairmen aJe Opal Therwhanger, south heartedly in giving all assistance room of the courthouse at 4 p. Dean of Agriculture of Texas m. Tuesday, March 6. John W. Franklin, minister of Technological College of Lubbock, Anson, will be the speaker in a Purpose of the meeting is to and Dr. Bennett, expert on mark- series of meetings to be held at eting, will be here to conduct the the Church of Christ in this city, Public School Week possible to the water district, Raymond Liles, president of the district's board of directors said. west; Ollie Layne, northwest; June Smith northeast; and Roy Olliphant, southeast. National Red Cross Chairman meeting and advise farmers and beginning Sunday, March 4. Construction crews of El- B-- K E. Roland Harriman has stated Suit for Damages business men as to the possi- bilities of truck farming as a new the usual times, Minister Fred source of income. Sunday services will be held at Custis has announced. Bible Observance Planned ectric p were at work this Co-O- week on transmission lines and installations at the site of the water wells on the Truman Win- that during the first six month period of 1955 the organization committed more than $20,000,000 Settled Monday A special invitation is extended Study at 9:45 a. m.; - Morning to all farmers and business men Worship at 10:45, and the even- "Public School Week" March will be observed in Haskell 5-- 10 choice in order that he may see the modern teaching methods in chester farm, where the water supply district has purchased to bring relief to victims of In the previous year cas-troph- es. in Haskell and neighboring coun- ing worship at 6:30 p. m. with open house, special assem- $7,195,255 was spent on all dis- action. water rights. Installation and con- asters. On Eve of Trial ties to be present for the meet- ing. The weekday services will be blies, held at 4 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. talks, student programjs announced C. D. Allen, and A Parent-Teach- er meeting is scheduled for Wednesday in the nection of electrical equipment can be completed at pumping Mr. Harriman's statement fol- An accident damage suit, Newt The public is invited to hear Supt. of Schools. Elementary School with special lowed the Christmas week floods an early date, contractors said. In the Western states which may this series of messages from the re-r- c- Cole, Rule, versus Geno Floyd, Wcinert was settled out of court County TSTA Group Bible, Minister Custis said. Monday and Tuesday parents nnd friends are invited to visit umpiiusis week. piacea o:; education Thursday. nd Friday A new 25,000 gallon elevated storage reservoir will be erected cost the Red Cross between 4- -5 million dollars. B'of a in Haskell Monday. Will Meet Monday the schools at any time and see there will be spec bly programs to wh' h parents assem- in Weinert, just west of the W. Cole, the plaintiff contended the modern educational system Guess wholesale building. I of that August 17, 1955, in Munday, In Weinert Saddle Bronc in operation with no "dressing and interested person are in- B. Blueprints for the foundation for Funeral Rites for Texas, a car driven by Floyd had The TSTA will meet in the up." vited. the reservoir tower were due to- that pulled across the highway in front Weinert School at 7:30 p. m. Mon- day, Liles said. Floyd Rogers, irill vol the be of one driven by Cole. In the re- day, March 5. Roland Loyd of Riding Added as Guides from the National Hon- or Society will be stationed in Members of the stuOent body will be available to piesent pro- Haskell contractor, will build the Mrs. A. M. Turner funds sulting collision, Cole was cut Austin will lead the discussion on the hallways and will present grams and talks to civic organ- foundation and well pump houses, with work to start as soon as bridge st be around the mouth and some of retirement. his teeth were knocked out. County Legislation Committee Roundup Event each guest with a ribbon stating "I visited the Public Schools." izations and club.s. chairmen are asked to contact Program blueprints are received. Held Saturday Attorneys for the plaintiff were headed by Bob King of Roches- After a tour of the entire plant, Norma Dale Mullins, Mary Mc-Milli- an Two wells which will supply the the law firm of Adkins and Con-dro- n, riding ter will assist in forming a fo- anSaddle bronc on each will be the visitor will be invited to at- or John Matthews, stu- waterworks system will likely be Funeral for Mrs. A. M. Turner, Ids up and Tom Davis of this city. rum. During this time, any teach- added event night's tend one of the classes of his completed within a week or 10 25 dent committeemen. 58, member of a prominent Has- or The defendant was represented by er or administrator will be fren program of the annual Rice days, and an almost inexhaust- kell family, was held at 2:30 p. Elmer Parish of Wichita Falls. to ask questions concerning his1 Springs Roundup in this city May ible supply has been assured. m. Saturday at the First Baptist Itlon. Both wells were drilled to a depth other ji s . , problems. 17, 18 and 19. Youth Center Envisioned as Cooperative Church with the pastor, Rev. M. of 73 feet, where casing is set on representatives riding as to include feature bronc Decision . saddle crease $100 Station KDWT To The building from each of the. sight county a daily was red bed. Two preliminary tests D. Rexrodo. officiating, assisted by tht Rev. J. B. Thompson, pan-tOft- he each Open Studio in made by members of the Saddle schools are being asked to con- Tramp riding club at a meeting' Enterprise of All Groups, Organizations showed feet of sand am' 21-- 22 gravel water strata sufficient for First Methodist Church tact Russell Adams or Douglas Thursday night. and Dr. R. K. McCall, Presby- ficlals Haskell Myers concerning the number The added event will a 10-in- ch eers repoited. irr'gation well, engin- terian minister of this city. -- would Glen Kreger, Haskell High planning to be present from his seven major attractions, for make Establishing of a Youth Center each In Haskell, which is soon to be- and progress made to date on the The two wells being put down Burial was in Willow Cemettry uieral School etudent will serve as disk school. Youth Center project has been under direction of Holden Funeral. Jockey dally 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. Refreshments consisting of a night performance of the rop- come a reality as a result of work 1956 furnished by officers of the or- as the initial supply were located Home. show: Bareback riding, calf ganization, and Is presented for on the south end of the tract on over radio station KDWT from fruit plata-wil- be served at 7:30 ing, sponsor's barrel races, Bra- now under way, had Its inception l which water rights are held. This Mrs. Turner died unexpectedly their Haakell studios starting p. m. as a community project envis- the information of the public. at 8:20 p. m. Thursday, Feb. 23 les $ . hma bull riding, cutting horse ioned by the Progressive Study Also, Rev. Earl Moore, presi- effected a substantial saving, in the home of a daughter, Mrsv Monday, March 5. contests, double mugging, and Club in which all civic groups eliminating approximately 700 The program will originate WEINERT VISITORS dent of the Center, urges every- Wes Owen, in Tahoka. riding. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Latham of saddle bronc have been announ- and organizations in Haskell one in the community interested feet of water line, directors said. Accompanied by a son, Mrs. from the Chamber of Commerce Plans also 4- office and will present local news Hereford, are visiting Rev. and ced for at least two booster trips would have an active part. in the welfare of young people Turner had gone to Tahoka. -- to attend the regular meetings Thursday afternoon for a visit as well as music. Mrs. George Hudgins in Weinert. advertising this year's Roundup. Tentative plans call for the trips High Parent-Teach- Also endorsing the project and pledging support was the Junior of the organization and help make Supt. Mathis Gets with her daughter and family, Association, er the project a success. and arrived there about 4 p. m. to be a week or ten days In ad- Mrs. Turner was stricken about Two Candidates Announce for vance of the show. CSiuck Wagon Supper along with many individuals in- terested in youth of the commu- Summary and progress report to date: 2-Y- Contract ear 8 p. m. and died some 20 min- In an October meeting after a utes later. A chuck wagon supper for nity. She was the former Miss Max-in-e members of the Saddle Tramp club and guests will be held on A summary of the groundwork Forum was held to choose a Community project, the Progres- At Mattson Tate, born Oct. 10, 1897 in Cuba, Ala., daughter of the late-M- r. names J. G. County, Precinct Offices the first Monday night in April, at the Corral on the Saddle Cast for Senior sive Study Club chose to ;ronsor a recreational Center for the youth 'of tho town. This was to Tiustees of Mattson Rural High School District, at their last leg-u)- ar and Mrs. T. P. Tate. She was married to A. M. Turner posts Political interest continued to Previously, the Incumbent, Mrs. Tramp Rodeo Grounds. Tickets for the supper can oe Class Play is he a cooperative enterprise and to bring inallgioups and organi- meeting extended the con- Jan. 13, 1920t at Meridian, Miss. The family moved to Haskell Completed tract of Supt. Elvin T. Mathis for names simmer this week as contests Elizabeth Stewart, had announ- purchased from directors of the sations of Haskell. two years, until July, 1958. in 1933 from Jayton. Mr. Turner, leat- - developed in two races for coun- ced her candidacy for a full el- riding club, or from members Casting the Class play Every crroup and oj conization Supt. Mathis is completing retired implement company own- I- - terms ty and precinct offices, while ective term In the office. A who will be appointed to handle "Rest Assured" Senior been com- has wfis contacted or calloj nnd ask- first term as administrator at his er, is a director in the Haskell lllltam, Interest In the approaching deputy in the office for some advanced ticket sales. pleted, ed to prcoj't their idea before National Bank. custrl-esta- te school trustee election was evi- eight years, she was appointed Members of the riding club Weaver, announces Mrs. Hazel one of the class spon- Uoir group io get their suppoit Mattson, and has been responsi- ble for a number of improve- Mrs. Turner was a member of denced by the filing of four to fill the unexpired term of have also voted to sponsor the sors. in this undertaking. The county ments in the school. the First Baptist Church. ipleU names for the two posts to be former Collector R. A. Coburn. annual Haskell Horse Show in o'iclals, She Is survived by her hus- Constable Bob Marlow of Pre- June. Tho y show, inau- The play will be presented In "uu.ty and district Before going to Mattson last tne filled this year. two-da- the HHS Auditorium Marcli 16 at judge and n.ayor were asked to year, Supt. Mathis was principal band, A. M. Turner; two sons, attract- Henry Atkoison, well known cinct 1 also made his formal can- gurated here In some hasthe lead- 8 p. m. It will be directed by an- 1953, Jimmy and Abe M. Turner, Jr., r elected be present cr send a representa- and athletic coach at O'Brien Haskell businessman land food nouncement a this week as a for- ed entries fromand Quarter Horse Mrs. Weaver and Mr. and Mrs. of both of Haskell; two daughters, tive. High School for two years. Hn Has- - store operator here for almost didatecity nlghtwatchman, A is ing Palomino fanciers In the W. P. McCollum, also sponsors. for second term. breeders and After th.-- Junior High Parent-Teach- er earned his bachelor's degree at Mary Turner of Haskell and Mrs. Loan 30 years, entered the race this mer he -- Cast includes: Jimmy Byrd, Association voted in No- McMurry and received his mast- Owen of Tahoka; four sisters, was week for County Tax r. now completing Assessor-Collecto- his first term. Southwest. Peggy Waldrip, Wanda Burson, vember to lflp support this pro- er's degree from Mrs. A. L. Terry of Mineral -- - Hardin-Sim-mon- s. Stab- - Also seeking the office of Con- Beverly Renfrow, Joy Allenj ject tho Youth felt it was up to Wells, Mrs. Roy P. Cypert of stable is Frank South, well known Waco, Mrs. H. G. Shamburger of jency. t, has Haskell , farmer and World War Contractors Discuss John Donald Pitman, John Matth- ews, Bettye Montgomery, Rogei them them to make the next step to show their interest. They in Employment of tenchers and other school personnel for the Meridian, Miss., and Miss Ann mmu- - Bank Will Observe I veteran who announced for the office earlier this year. Cook, Sue Rhoads, Don Oates, turn met nnd selecten their rep- 1956-5- 7 term of Mattson School is Tate, Tuscaloosa, Ala., and two grandchildren. er of Legal Holiday Entry of the two new candi- Street Paving Deal Anita .Humphrey, Glenn Kreger, David Josselet, Robert Baker, resentatives and tried to cocure a building to serve as a place to scheduled for consideration the March meeting of the board at Pallbearers were R. L. Burton, place Friday, March 2 dates this week brings Increases and Ira Sue Bell. (Continued on page 12) of trustees. H. V. Woodard, Gene Brown, to 14 the number seeking county James Foster, Roy Johnson, at is 15 which Haskell National Bank will be and precinct offices in tho 1956 With City Council Charles E. Smith, G. W. Roberts, le final closed tomorrow, Friday, March Democratic primaries. Clay Hattox. 4 $ should of Texas In- Two street paving contractors, H 2, in observance School dependence Day, a throughout the State. legal holiday O'Brien Assumes N. Eearrow and Bill McGce met with the City Council this week SLsBSLsLsT bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI IsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI LbBbBIbBBBBBBBBIBBBBBbB bbbbbHILbbbbbbbbY Personality Shoppe Bonds on Annexed to discuss plans for a paving BBBBBbI To Present Easter program for the spring and sum- School Territory Si bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbtbbbI rflijHM Fashion Parade lit Lost Time Accident mer of RHI 1050 IbbLbbVbbbbbbbbI 111:! In light balloting Saturday, vo- Details not been worked Have Easter fashions on dislay! 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IHHbbibibibikl VKjvQLiBaBBH V 1BL B5W4 J J V:!,i jcfMskBsMBsfesfek. m$ ivliwHl aBi H bbsmssssshsHB torium "will provide the setting where models will show the latcsT cident. iod, av- - 334,620 out loss of time from an acci- dent. man-hou- rs school tax levy on tho annexed area. This Is tho same rate form- mitted by the contractors. Property owners who are in- terested in having their streets fsilslslHBslslslBBsVBSBflDlnBHBSBSlsmB BBslTBBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBsBsBSBsSBBSBSBSBSBSBBSBfiBivHliBBBSP'BBSBSBSBSBSS bHbsIbsIsIsHbWBBsIsIsIHM Klt JBJ&' in designs and high fashions. Re- freshments will be served to thoso rees has "Tho maintenance crew now erly collected In the Weinert dis- paved should contact Carl J. An- attending and door prizes will be ing tho" has its sights on a 500,000 trict. man-hou- rs derson or tho City Secretary's presented. pyeo has safety record, and they'll Both propositions were endorse office. Tickets for the Fashion Parade it any make it," Lusk confidently pre- ed by a vote of 16 to 1, may be secured from members lent on dicted. s of the Magazlno Club. Be Forc Lusk, senior maintenance fore- SPEND WEEKEND IN ed. man in this district, has "been FORT WORTH Free Press Will Revival Meeting itanding with the highway department Mr. and Mrs. E. S. McGulre Plan- - more 'than 25 years. Other veter- of Weinert spent last weekend In Link Haskell Begins March 4 at and ;to alert an employees in the Haskell Fort Worth with relatives County division and years work- friends. Becky McGulre returned With Alaska Church of God 'Feb. 23, ed include: Leslie Collins, 17 home with them, after having Once a Texan, always a Rev. B. E. Wood, pastor of caliche years; C. V. Schwartz, 15; D. L. spent a Bhort time visiting In Texan Is apparently the case tho Church of God church oa Hred leg Speer, 15; Marvin E. Jones, 14; Fort Worth.' with Mrs. Lynn Stelncamp, Throckmorton Highway announ- cy, Melvln Turnbow, J6; Others are daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Viney. ces a revival meeting to be held lng be O. p,. Collins, o years; Aubry Guests in the home of Mr. and in his church March 4 through tid that Green, 3; Wood row Jones, 6; Joe Mra. John P. Payne Sunday were Though a resident of Alaska 18. for the last three years, Mrs, .Wallar Overton of Paint Creek was selected as one of four Boy .Scouts from the Chisholm Trail Safety. B. Scrivner, 7; George Turner, 5; their daughter, Mary Beth Payne Council to deliver the Scout's message to Governor Allan Shivers from the area council during Na- Rev. Tom White of Lames aonth. Austin New, 4; James Adkins, 2; of Abilene, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Selncamp is making sure that will speak nightly. There will ba hours Roy M. Harris, 2; Clarence Meier, McPherson ot Plainvlew, and Mr. she stays up with all the Has- tional Boy Scpt Week. Gospel music and singing' at eaeh hours one year, glover E. Bledsoe is a and Mrs. Grady Roberts . Wich- kell doings by subscribing to In the group picture above, from left-ar- e Mike' Kelly of Sweetwater, Overton, Governor Shivers, of the meetings, The public ftr part-tim- e ttfXVrl-W"- employee. .. f&iM-t- t ita Falls. " The Mt ,PrM. Robert Culp of Abllene, and Ted Burnara of XTeltman. ' cordially iavited t attend. ' m ' . l" "w L THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1tB j THK HASKKLL FREE lREl PAGE THREE )iwn..-- . "tft 'V Henry Atkeison is Cpl, Geo. Ferguson NEW mc i-,- ,,, icmrLtt Given Assignment Candidate for Tax In Germany EN CLUB TOOLS FORT KNOX, Ky.-C- pl. George Aftf UQHTWHQHT, Assessor-Collect- or E. Ferguson, 27, son of L. B. RUOGfP, HANDSOME ierguson, 009 North Ave. C, Has- kell, Is scheduled to leave tho U. Cuitonv built for homt mt, inont Hnskcll businessman former grocery store owner and S. for Germany this month as thisgreat ntw lint of took k part of Operation Gyroscope, tho cludw tho itwni you notd. operator In Haskell for about and 30 Army's unit rotatlpn plan. years, has authorized the an- He lg a member o fthe 3rd Ar- Com to and ito thorn, and nouncement of his candidacy for mored Division's advance party, chock thtto foatvron Tax Assessor-Collect- or of Has- which will prepare tho way for 4 HANDLES kell County, subject to action of the 3rd to replace tho 4th Infan-ti- y the Democratic Primary. Division in Europe. 4 SMARL DURABLE FINISHES Anative of West Texas, he was Corporal Ferguson, whoso 4 FORGED STEEL HEADS mother, Mrs. Maudie G. McCul-Ic- r, AND BLADES reared in Munday, moving to , Haskell In 1925 when he and a lives on Route 4, Lamcsa, is SPECIAL LADIES MODELS brother opened tho "M" System a supply specialist In Headquar- food store. He later operated a ters and Service Company of the similar store In Rule for a time. 3rd's 23rd Armored Engineer Bat- He returned to Haskell and pur- talion. He has been in the Army chased the Interest of his brother since 1947. In Atkeison Food Store which he Among the coporal's decorations continued to operate until 1954. are the Army of Occupation Med- His wife la the former al for duty both in Japan and Jones-Cox&C- o. Miss Germany, the UN Service Medal Franklc Brooks of Haskell and and the Korean Service Medal. they have ono daughter, Judy. TO WIN $50 - 1 -- HASKELL, TEXAS A successful business man, lie has been actively Identified with Trash Fire Gives numerous civic projects and Is a former member of the Haskell Firemen Rough Time City Council. During Sandstorm " Haskell firemen spent an un- 7&fet, He is fully qualified by busi- ness training and experience to conduct tho affall a of the easy and uncomfortable 45 min- utes shortly before midnight Fri- day, when they were called to Hurry! Enter Plymouth's huge $150,000 Lucky Motor Number Sweepstakes I office in an extinguish burning gin trash at ADEQUATELY effiecent and accomodating man- ner. p Co-O- Gin No. 2 during the height of the season's worst dust Just a few days left. Don't miss this chance to win a fortune! &AAef? Because of his long residence and buslnesg career in Haskell, Mr. Atkeison enjoys the friend- ship and acquaintance of people throughout Haskell County. How- and sandstorm. Fifty to six mile an hour winds had fanned sparks In a burr burner and ignited lint and pit-ty- pe v ever, ho plans to make as inten- trash on the gin yard. Whipped You ctn Mtir with ANY or, 1950 or new 3rd prize $5,000 by the high winds, firemen were sive a campaign as time will per- called when It was feared fire ...it DOESN'T have to be a Plymouth ! 1st 4th priz I MAKE A mit,- In order to place his candi- PRIZE 2nd PRIZE $2,500 might be spread to residences in It's so easy! Simply go to any Plymouth dacy personally before as many that section of town. 5th prlze-W,- 000 voters as possible. Firemen worked In blinding showroom, and register the motor num- Until that opportunity is af- dust extinguishing the trash, in ber of your 1950 or newer model car TRIP AROUND THE 50 prizes of $500 FREE! !K-U- P forded, he solicits and will ap- preciate any consideration given the meantime keeping part of the department apparatus alert in (ANY MAKE) on tho FREE entry blank. That's all there is to it! $50,000 WORLD FOR TWO 75 prizes of $250 in his behalf. event the fire began spreading. 100 prizes of $100 $ But you must hurry. Contest closes CASH BY AIR, ly insured against fire, lightning, HASKELL VISITOR forever on Saturday, March 10. If you'd 555 prizes of $50 .Are your barns covered? Your Haskell Students Mrs. Tom Patterson of Lubbock spent last week in the home of like to win a big slice of that $150,000, PLUS $5,000 785 prizes in all-g- rand I? tbuiklings, machinery, livestock, Will Attend, Future Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Patterson, you'd belter hurry over to a Plymouth showroom now. total of $150,000 are you just partially or "Piece- - Teachers Meeting while her husband, an examiner for the Federal Deposit Insurance Haskell students will bo repre- Coiporatlon, was working in sented by five delegates to the this area. Mr. Patterson joined coverage costs little. Let us make seventh annual state convention his wife here Friday for a visit HURRY! CONTEST CLOSES SATURDAY, MARCH 10 of Texas Future Teachers of Am- in the homo of his parents before nir property and your needs and erica clubs to be held Filday and the couple returned to Lubbock. Best buy new; better trade-In- , $ too . . . l. We'll be glad to do it free. Saturday at North Texas State Fatm records have been called College, Denton. the ear that's going places with the Young in Heart Students attending will be Joy the eyes and ears of tho farm Allen, Cloye Allen, Mary business. They reflect how the Mc-Mlll- ln, JRANCE IS THE BEST POLICY may pre- Janice Jones, and Peggy vent costly doing and business is management Waldrlp. Also attending will be a I. (Scotch) COGGINS group of interested students from Haskell High School. PDC More than 800 students from PHONE: about 100 Texas high schools are Gertrude Robinson Be sure to inspect the beautiful Try magic e Plymouth when ou come in. Driving one of many Plymouth features that jet-ag- expected to attend tho conven- CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Push-Butto- n Office 551-- J Home tion, which includes three- general- other cars can't possibly give you. You'll find Plymouth low-pric- e Highway 277 bigger and better in every way than other cars in its Field. And you'll sessions climaxed by a banquet South Side Square in the Bruce Hall dining room House Calls Day or Night fina Plymouth really easy to own, too! on the NTSC campus Saturday Office Fhone 108 Sea. 14 night. "vT ECIALS ARE ALL MERCHANDISE 79 GHOLSON GROCERY Week End Specials We Do Not Limit NO. 2i2 CAN V Giant Aunt Jemima TIDE 69c meal 5 lbs. 39c et Potatoes Each Welch's Grape Jelly or 15 Large Jar It e Franco-America- SPAGHETTI n 15c KOOL-AI- D 6 25c BULBS 35c GRAPELADE 33' tic Dish Washer , 200 Count . e HOME KILLED BEEF E 39c KLEENEX 2 ! 25c D KING'S Quart Fishing Pkg. e Brick Chili Lb. 49k IFF 39c SHRIMP pkg-45- c . 1 v ( KING'S 1-L- B. ROLL i 'f . I..- -, t' , !n &mi'A2& i Sausage t t V r is Quart 29c Sweet Heart SOAP 3 regular bars for 25c x i- - ' 23k ' i & EDGE, GOLD TONE v Cheddar Cheese WISCONSIN it 39k l J i& rSfj u' 1 r Blades l(h 325k e r Chuck Steak Lb.39k upons . Valuable Silverware Coupons Given with Every Purchase. Remember to get yours. y Phone Orders Our Specialty-Phon- e Vn C 79 4 1 4 (J ");, w4i M0B2BW&1& '7mmisA PAGE TWO HASKELL, TEXAS, THUHDAy THE HASKELL PUKE PRESS CARD OP THANK In Colorado. His family pinna to Falls, accompanied by Mrs. Alex- sister, Mrs. J. S. Boone, left remain here for a short time We wish to express rltr sincere , - m SOUT ON A The Haskell Free Press ander Spencer, were week end guests In the home of Mr. and Thursday for her home. We noticed on our sheets the longer. G K. Courtney tolls us he has thanks to our friends for their thoughtfulncss during my long 2Sfei?l reMStf LIMB Established January 1, 1888 Thcion Cn'nlll and Mrs. C. D. Long In this city. other day, three teams of six employed an expert broom mak- stay in the hospital, especially ' tu Mi By Published Every Thursday Price l eductions of $20 to $95 were announced by Ford Motor Company. The following prices horses each, cacn ienm innm. er and that results of his efforts tw wagons, with the six wagons to establish a broom loaded with 15 bales of cotton, have been highly successful. He It was headed for the railroad, believes that considerable broom fnctory tho doctors and nurses for their kindness and care. May God bless each and overy one of you. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Laughlin CHARLENE Jetty were quoted, f. o. b. Detroit: drivers of the teams said. corn will be planted this spring Mr. and Mrs. Grady Lnughlln WHITE V. Clare, Owaer ai Tudor $520, Fordor $565; Coupe H. T. Bule has purchased lots ,! it In lila Ininntlon to hAVC and family. gp Publisher Alonxo Pate. Editor $500; $290. Touring $310; Runabout In town and has lumber on the his factory in operation next fall. road with which to build a com- S. L. Robertson jet a commit . . tne Kcaa " want Ads. The saying by doctors, old Streets In several sections of modious residence. this week for the erection of n Weve never lost a new father, the city are being improved this Steve Ncathery and family have modern concrete stone building week under the supervision of moved back to Haskell Horn on the west side of the square. yet," was almost disproved last week at Haskell County Hospital. Entered as second-clas- s matter at the postottlce at Haskell, tnty waterworks Superintendent The building will be 38x120 feet. Mr. and Mrs. Tony McWhorter H. J, Hambleton. Ahnl .Tones nnnounccd this week Mr. Robertson will operate his Texas, under the act of March 3, 1870. BBBBBBBBBsBa of Rochester became the parents Interior of the Western Union as a candidate 'for county tieas-ure- r. general merchandise and grocery BBBBBBBBBBBBBBx of a. baby girl and the next day telegraph office has been remod busincs in tne new Duuaing wnwi .BBBBBBBBBBBBBHis. ' Pop was flat on his back in the NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection elled this week and furniture and James A. Greer, formerly of it is completed. '; hospital. Felled by a flu bug, he upon the character, reputation or standing of any fixtures have been repainted. The the Hubbard City News, has pur- $ bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbmWa firm. office is under management of chased The Stamford Tribune. was doing nicely at last reports. Individual or corporation will be gladly corrected upon being Gerald Bird and Freddie Jones, Oh yes, the mother and baby are Mrs. Carrier Moser. Mr. Greer is an experienced line, too. called to the attention of the publishers. printer and newspaperman and members of the Abilene National week under his handling we predict Guard, visited briefly this BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBwSsbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk 50 Years Ago March 3, 1906 hbfbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbs1 We seem to be in the illusion-lumkl- ng W. A. Younger and H. B. Mill- Stamford will sec a great im- In the home of Gerald's parents, business this week. er of Klllecn were here pros- Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Bird of Has- r There's another newspapermen must necessarily one that all Haskell County History pecting this week. Mrs. W. L. Palmer of Nevada, provement In The Tribune. Rev. S. B. Knowles, who has kell. The two guardsmen been visiting his parents at this hoen to Wichita Falls for had supplies' 1 be eagle - eyed and alert. Ask Jetty Clare about that. Generous bouI he is, he told the wife to go 20 Years Ago Feb. 27, 1936 Sebo Britton, who for several months has been employed as Mo., who hag been visiting her place has returned to his home for the Abilene unit. JESHLSlfTa'EESbbbbbI Emm bSHVeesseI ISBBBMSBl Work is progressing rapidly on down to the jewelry store and the new school building now" un- night officer in the city police EEEEPSm4sstEEEEEEfl - pick out some new rings. After der construction at Welnert. C. department has resigned hig po- 5 the fashion of women, she jumped H. Mathes of Seymour is con- sition. Regular night police ser- at the chance. But she decided vice will still be maintained by BBBBBjIBB bsBBBBBBj'i IRRIGATION tractor on the building r they didn't suit her so she took tiiiecuve March 1, a hike of T. L. Grace, veteran citv night-watchma- n. " I them back. Jetty, figuiing that he 12 cents per hour in wages will bbb) v PSEBBHBB had gotten off easy, went around be made by Haskell painters and Experiences of veterans during "flBr iBBBBBBBBBBa congratulating himself for days. carpenters, they have announced. the World War and the n Spanish-America- Jk BBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ 1 i What he didn't know and won't Prevailing wage rate in Haskell fracas were recalled until he reads this, is that she went has been 50 cents per hour and Thursdav nlchf whon th Pwta AWIbbbbb bSbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI Txick, bought some different ones Rogers will be increased to 62 cents. met withPost, American Legion, .IibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI Wells Drilled and has been wearing them ever A deal is being closed todav one of the largest turn- since! Boss, take a tip from a lowly cub. If you don't notice them involving location of the Haskeil outs in some time. Among vet- Golf Course. Now located on the erans telling incidents of their .k BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSj BBaBBBSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfl pretty soon, it's gonna cost you Bascom nroDeitv south nf imvn life while in service were District a new hat to get out of the dog- a new site has been secured on Judge Dennis P. Ratliff, County house. " Lain farm west of Haskell. Judge C. M. Conner, Elmer Turn- Pardon Our Pun Dept "A Rus- T J. Arbuckle spent the week-e- er of Rule, R. I. McElroy. C. C. n sian named Rudolph glanced out in Wichita Falls. Gibson. E. O. Morean. O. R. You can't nrmAlft - tUm "cner . 1 .- -- -.it the window one morning and then T'lll Xewcomb. rancher a n d Cooper, and J. T. Filey of Has DUttaJ fumcr in the Rockdale section, kell, only veteran of the waya predict a happy return of yot Phone or Spanish-Americ- announced, 'It's raining1 His wife an immediately corrected, 'No, It is sleeting.' 'No,' the Russky repli- ed. 'It's raining . Rudolph the was here Saturday. He says cat- tle have gone through the bad weather in good shape. Grain in War present. 30 Years Ago Feb. 25, 1926 353-- J 53-- W spic and apart and in perfect prettifj his section, although a little Following the razing of sever- Red knows rain, dear.' (groan.) Pravda, the chief Russian backward, is beginning to grow al frame buildings at the rear of as as result of recent moisture. the Haskell National Bank Build- to us. They'll not only look better . newspaper, gives a familiar ad- Mr. and Mrs. John W. Pace ing, contractors began work this wear longer. vise to those who would attain advanced years. They should avoid left Tuesday morning for Dallas, week on a modern new two-sto- ry worry, sleep regularly, avoid ex- cessive smoking or drinking This leaves out the important require-me- In Russia don't criticize the government. Leta B, or as she is more fam- iliarly known around the office, n. where they fill visit in the home building for the Haskell Telephone of their daughter. Mrs. Joidan Company. Ownby and Mr. Ownbv. operator of Graham, was here this week to return a Negro man several days this week on City Marshal W. T. Sarrels Rors Hemphill, independent oil made a trip to Navarro County here who is charged with swind- ling. The culprit had purchased John Darnell BIARD'S CLEAl ol indispensable, is awaiting Easter Last Christmas she was favoied with an Easter happily card. She fijruros tK." for Easter. an automobile from A. M. Wi- lliamson of this city he can bloomin" well look it up to have been paid for which was 'himself! Life's Little Tragedies: stallment plan. After securing the Well, car, on the in- Haskell, Texas Service That MYRON BIARD, Satisfml Owner she ough to fet i package of firecracke s, a least. vee there any other happy little ally the Negroafter a search fin- located left and was of 115 North Avenue E Hi 'p- - housekeeper;, who did their spring several months. n p ,.;a , p0r o- cleaning just in time for the tions of R. E. SheiMlls II noiy Ground was broken Tuesdav for dust storm? And there was noth- the foundation of the new Pres- r' ' -- ' " v . th time we did a little research in r .as ,ri-- ing to do but grit your gritty byterian Church building to be little teeth and watch it slowly erected here. " our own. So the other dav we cover everything. v. t i ' -- t j B. F. Trammell, manager of Phone torTHE BIG trotted out to Willow Cemetery The wind blew open our front the Haskell Theatre, to see if we could find the fiist ioor durirg the night and when this announced grave in the cemetery's history ve got up the next morning, the pricesweek that regular admission had been reduced to 10 Alone about twilight, we were hcurc was full of gas. We over and 25 cents. plodding along, beside a row of slept so Mom dashed into the Mr. and Mrs. D. trashes, footsore and discouraged. kitchen to fix a hurried break, have returned from T. Dotson Suddenly with a very loud fast. By this time Pop was yell- Glenrose, squawk, a very small bird Avr ing, "Don't light the fires, don't where they vlsMed his father, Joe Dotson, who is sheriff of Somer-vil- le M t fa front of us. We dang near light the fires!" So she lit the wra up iwo lomDsiones. Anybody County. ia io Know aDout sucn things, fires. We now hav tha open-a- ir kitchen in town. Mr nnrl Vft-- ri t j o Divj this week and hear little son Thomas of Wichita VsWssMassVMVBMaMsVssViBMiMBBBiBB : IHKBI brings you our special offer! .SBBBBBBBBBBB2RSSSSSSjj&jt iBBsHPSk thefirst Jrjk BEfiHHPT SSSamrrAm wired bra BSS m'lPSEaiiiMPlffllSSWS'k BBH&jE ;:::MBBBBBBBBBiflBBsBBK3&3te to give you A i ESlPHIlilflESBBBlB ALL-DA- Y '' U"-- EbIpk5'S4' ESSnSvpyiOfe COMFORT! Esssli'iBifK ESSMI?tvJk'?iJBESESSSRIp. 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THUWPAV, MARCH 1, Itlf THC HASKELL FREE PRESS PAGE FIVE t,i P L r X.Pw Br S. 9V9EHWfe wPi liMBSSSSSSSSSSSr E mmmm-mi- t t .t nl yp" Bk , tbt ,,,,rMs.SISPiEESisBmWEI JBySPiBEl Three Day Food Sale - Friday, Saturday and Monday, March 2, 3 and 5 N'S GOLDEN BRAND lad Dressing 27 Quart OLEO KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP Pound 15 FD Salad Dressing 39 Quart Jar matoes 303 Can 7 PARKAY OLEO lb. 27c FAIRMONT MELLORINE Half Gallon 39c 1 CHOCOLATE MALT CAKE MIX and 1 FROSTING MIX E Giant B ox & At V. Large Box 2?' Betty Crocker Deal RED HEART or DASH Both Packages SWIFT'S 47 12 OZ. CAN JEWEL DOG FOOD 2 cans 25c PREM 35c PURASNOW ortening 3 Pound Can 59 V t Flour DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE ' 25 IMPERIAL PURE CANE Pound Bag t4 59 l JUICE 46 ounce can 25c SUGAR 10 lb. bag 89c YorCRISCO 3 Pound Can if Free Drawing - $7485 mis Worth of Merchandise. Drawing will be held at 6:30 Saturday Afternoon. 3 Westinghouse Electric DEEP FRYERS NOTHING TO BUY JUST COME BY AND REGISTER! con Lb. 25 Winners of Deep Fryers: Helen Johnson, Haskell; M rs. F. L. Peavy, Haskell; Mrs .Den Bruton, Munday. LARGE SIZE RUBY RED 4C t Grapefruit 6- - 23 eese 2 tW Lb. Box ll GOLDEN RIPE RN se u 49 ALL MEAT Bologna K 29 Ba nanas Lb. SUNKIST 1-L- B. ROLL BACON age Lb. 22? Squares 1 Lb. 3: lft Lemons Lb. , T ( . i p .. . . V A t !? i mjb&umtmmmi FOUR HASKELL, TEXAS THE HASKKLL FREE PRESS !H55ay(I OKDKR VOK ADDITIONAL AD voters of such County Cobb's icsidence, A C Schaefer, Precinct No. 8, Jud, club house, tax-payi- ng VALOREM TAX ELECTION Ira Shott, presiding judge. at n general or special election presiding judge. McCain Laundiy HOUSE HILL 107, 51ST LEO. Precinct No. 10, Wcinert, school and shall be approved by a ma- Precinct No. 16. McConnell, ISLATl'RE REfll'LAR house, Dick Then1, hanger, pre- jority of the qualified property SE8-SlOJ- schoolhouse, Herbert Bosse, Jj, HELP-SEL- F tnxDAVinc voters, votinc at such Ward Pick-U- p & Delivery THE STATE OF TEXAS 1W , siding judge. Precinct No. 11, Brushic, Bap- election and In event such presiding judge. Sngcrton FRIGIDAIRE ft i 8. 1st Phone 117-- W tist Church, Cody West, presid- and changes in such Precinct No. 17. COUNTY OF HASKELL Stegemoeller, On this the 18th day of 1956, the Commissioners' y. ing judge. Feb-tuar- house, Hubert Sego presiding County Tax levies are Precinct No. 12, Mattson school by the qualified property voters of nny such Coun- apptovod srhnolhouse. presiding judge. Bill Precinct No. 18, Plnlnvicw Bap- tax-payi- ng ELECTRIC RAM! judge. ty, such and chang- tist Ch'urch, John Kohout, presid- i: Court of Haskell County, Texas, Make Twr 8Uy in Haskell A convened In rcguJpr session at Precinct No. 13, Irby, Sons of es shall remali In force and ef- ing judge. Can modernize your Kitchen the regular meeting place there- -' Herman Hall, Earl Atchison, pre- fect for a period of six years Precinct No. 19, Tanner Paint, Hwwre by Staying at of at the Courthouse in Haskell, siding judge. from the date of the election, at Lonnlc Martin's home, A. E. Fouts, presiding judge. The Arrowhead Texas, with the following mem- bers of the Court present, Precinct No. 14, Paint Creek which, same shall have been schoolhouse, A. J. Moody, presid- to-w- lt: unless the same aeain Precinct No. 20, Bunker Hill, ' aMnand your Cooking. shall have been changed by a ma- Raymond Hilscher's home, Thur-ma- n ing Judge. Motel Alfred Turnbow, County Judge; Precinct No. 15, Cobb. M. M. jority of the qualified property Rice, presiding judge. i ; Claude L. Ashley. Commissioner Cobb's residence, A. C. Schaefer, Voters of such County, tax-payi- ng Precinct No. 22, Rule, City Vented Heat Precinct No. 1; Leon Newton, presiding judge. voting on the proposition, after Hall, Audlc Verner, presiding Exciting new Frigidaire features Ml 448-- W Sooth on 277 Mr. A Mrs. J. T. Powell, Mpi, Commissioner of No 2; Estle PrecinctPrecinct No. 16, McConnell, submisslion by the Commission- judge Gllleland. Com- Ward schoolhouse, Herbert Bosse, ers Court at a general or special missioner Precinct No. 3; Fran presiding judge. election for that purpose; Absentee voting sunn oe cun- - J.,ot,l nt tlm r,ttnn of the CotintV you will love! 1 Anrl If fnrtVior nnnnnra Hint It rt..t VMi.thniion TTnaltnll. Tex -- cis C Blake. Commissioner Pro. Prorlnnt 7:n 17. Sncprtnn New RelMe-Ye- u Shelf Smoothly, easUyt'on'tfelU rinct No I. Horace O'Neal, County schoolhouse, Bill Stegemoeller. will be to the best interest and as, and the special canvassing I Clerk. and the following presiding judge. general welfare of the County to board for canvassing ballots of tempered ball bearings this oven shelf roTIsfoods to absent None, constituting a quo- the County taxes au- absentee voters shall be as fol- h Are All Cold rum and among other proceed ings passea me following order Precinct No. 18, Plalnview Bap- tist Church, John Kohout, presid- ing judge. thorized to be levied annually lows : by Section 9 of Article 8 of the Clav Smith, Hallie Chapman, you without spilling. New Smokeless, Fumeless Irelllna With the 1 Remedies Alike? f I M Po example, 606 U the i" tk wide-Activi- ty medicine, which combines 4 moat effective, widely drugs known, to relieve all eeld eiiaeriea sooner. 666 is more WHEREAS, this Court has in- vestigated the submission to the Lonnie Martin's home, A. E. rates in respect or certain coun- tesident property taxpaying voters the question of sub- mitting to said voters the propo- sition of voting additional ad va- Precinct No. 19, Tanner Paint, Constitution, d Fouts, presiding judge. qual-ilie- Precinct No. 20. Bunker Hill, that it is accordingly the judgment presiding officers as may serve Raymond Hilscher's home, Thur-ma- n of the Court that the proposition in lieu 01 any 01 uiese wnu no nm Rice, presiding judge. by changing the W. H. Wilson. ty taxes as herein provided, and The hereinbefore named officers, also such other should be submitted to the quali- serve, arc hcieby authorized and Miracle Filter you can even broil without smoke or fumes. Kitchens stay clean moving parts. pre-sdl- no switches ng no MBS ffi ... ... I! potent and (fives positive, dramatic, lorem tax as provided by House Precinct No 22, Rule, City fied property voters diiectcd to appoint such addition- tax-payi- ng New Controls No guesswork, you Easy-Vie- w .vapid relief from miseries of all kinds Bill No. 107, Acts of the 51st Hall, Autlle Verner, presiding of said County at a special elect- al judges and clerks as may be' always know what heat you are using . . . and a new f cold. That's why 666 is unsur- - Legislature pamea in effectiveness. Try it, Recmlai Session. judge. ion; needed in holding said election. )?V' m 1M9 and this Court after said Absentee voting shall be con- Therefore, Be It Ordeied By The manner of holding said "hairline" indicator gives you an infinite number of - No other cold remedy eon match 666 liquid r 666 Cold Tablets. 666 investigation is of the opinion that ducted at the office of the County The Commissioners Court of Has it would be beneficial to this Cleik, Courthouse, Haskell, Tex- county to call said election. as, and the special canvassing Therefore Be It Ordered Bv board for canvassing ballots of in said Countv on the 17th 1nv kell County, Texas; That a special election be held elections. nlniMIrm chnll hn fOVPITIPfl hv thn laws of Texas legulating general temperature settings. The Commissioner' Haskell County, Texas: Court of absentee voters shall be as fol of March. 1956, which is not less by the County Judge, shall serve lows ; A copy of this order, signed than thirty days from the date as proper and sufficient notice , Plus ! ffciitio That an election be held in Clav Smith. Hallie Chapman, of the adoption of this Order, a' of said election, and notice of Multi-dut- y Thermixer It fries, said County on the 17th day of V H. Wilson. which election the following nrnn- - said election shall he given ny blnnches, bakes, warms, steams, stews, March 1956, which date is suffi- - The Presiding Officers shall osition shall be submitted to the posting a copy of this order in boils, sterilizes, braises... even pops ' clent to allow the posting and appoint such additional judges qualified voters, who each of the election piecincts of tax-payi- ng corn. And the publishing of notices of said and clerks as they may need own laxaoie property in el-.'- in said MnsltfOl Countv. anil one nt the "Thinking Top" The Heat-Mind- er as herein provided at to assist them in holdinc such County and who have duly render- Courthouse Dobr of said County Unit that gives carefree surface cooking. n ' hiih election the following prop- - election. ' oMtion shall be submitted to the ed the same for taxation," for their nt lrnst thlilv dnvs lioforo the The ballots for said election action thereupon; date of said election, also by It ends dreary set it ... and forget it. tosider' property shall have written or printed tax-payi- ng Shall the Commissioners Couit publication of such notice in some as qualified voters of said county for thereon the following: of Haskell County, Texas, bo newspaper of general cii dilation " ;I their action thereupon: Proposition "For The Tax of Not Exceed authorized to levy and collect in in said County on the same week- W""j ing 30 Cents on Each One Hun- and for each of the years 1956 day once each week for three To determine whether or not dred Dollars ($100.00) Valuation." to 1961, both inclusive, the fol- successive weeks, the first pub- said county shall be authorized to "Against the Tax of Not Exceed- lowing County taxes, lication to be at least twenty-on- e to-w- it: lew. assess, and collect nd va ing 30 Cents on Each One Hun- J3IS"J Not exceeding Forty-Fo- ( 44) days before the date of said el- ur lorem taxes upon all taxable dred Dollars i $100.00) Valuation cents on the One Hundred Do- ection, and the County Cleik is propel ty within said county, ex- Each voter shall mark out with llars valuation of taxable pioper-t- hereby authorized and directed to THIS COULD cept the first $3,000.00 valuation of black ink or black pencil one of in any one year, for County cause such notices to be posted y, residential homesteads, not to the above expressions, thus leav- purposes; exceed 30 cents on each S100.0C ing and published as herein set out. the other as indicating his Not exceeding Fifteen (.15) HAPPEN TO valuation in addition to all other vote. The manner of holding said cents on the ad valoiem taxes authorized by election shall be governed as near lars valuation One taxable ptoper-t- y and it was moved by Commis- Hundred Dol The foiegoing order was read of sioner Ashley and seconded by the Constitution of the State of as, may be by the General Elect- in one year, for roads and Commissioner Newton thnt it h Modtl IR.70 YOU! Texas, provided the revenue ion Laws of the State, except as bridges; therefrom shall be used for the modified by the provisions of passed and upon the question's WestTexas Utilities ISot exceeding four (.04) cents Doing caned, it was passed, the construction and maintenance of House Bill No. 107, Acts 51st on the One Hundred Dollais val- vote being as follows: Commi- Comjkvtp farm - to - market and lateral Leeislatuie Rerular Session. 1919. uation of taxable roads, as provided in House Bill and none but resident property one year, to No 107 Acts of .list Legislature, taxpaying qualified voters of fund of the County, and pioperty in any ssioner Ashley, Newton, Gille- supplement "the jut v land and Blake voting Aye and no one voting NO. $C04 m m Regular session. 1919. said County who have duly ren- Not exceeding Per Week That said election shall be held dered the same for taxation shall cents on the One Seventeen Do- (.17) Alfred Tuinbow, County Judge Hundred ATTEST: Other Fr Xo matter how care."' 'ly at the and the following innameo ion. allowed to vote at said elect- llars valuation of taxable proper- county following places said be Hoi ace O'Neal, County Clerk. persons are hereby appointed ty, in any one year, for the erect-Io- n as Iowa we drive, accidents still Notice of said election shall be of public buildings, stieets, residing judges tor said el- - given by publication of a copy of sewers, waterworks ection: and other do happen. Avoid finan- this order on the same day In permanent improvements. Precinct' No l Haskell, Public each of two consecutive Welfare Office, Precinct No. 2, courthouse; O. cial loss by protecting E Patterson, presiding judge. a newspaper of general circula- strued as rescinding or in any weeks in Nothing herein shall be con- tion published in said county, the manner affecting the power and ' II. M yourself with a planned ty Tax Collector's Haskell, court- - date not the first publication to authority of the Commissioners Coun- .rMMMWAMtSMal aQaaallB of 2w office, be less than fourteen full Court of said County to continue house, V A. Brown presiding days prior to the date set for HlM 1. aW-aW- U'' insurance coverage. Call judge. the annual levy said election. In addition ihtrtn exceedlne Fifteen of the conta not -- tax aviLMaH-aaBsLS- 8 ""' Precinct No. 3, Haskell, County a copy of this order shall be fl5c) nn 1 J us today. cierKs office, courthouse, A. J. posted in each votin? nrerlnr--t in ation One taxable the Hundred Dollars valu- Mansker, presiding judge. of said County not less than four- further maintenance of : forpub- property the RirKaaaaaaaKaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW Precinct No 4, Haskell County teen full days next before said lic ; ,i roads of said Countv ninnni $ Supt's. office, courthouse, Joe election. to authority heretofore" or here-?f- B'lkaaaaawyjBBBFBaaaaaaaaLMf''' Bi,t?' iA Harper, presiding judge. - The- County Clerk is hereby au- conferred upon the Com- lv4BaaaaBTl4aaaaaaaaaaaaaHpt - aaaaaaaaaU 1 am er Precinct No. 5, Rule, e, school-hous- thorized and directed to cause missioners Court by a majority Otho Higgs, presiding said notice to be published and of judge. the qualified property tax-payi- ng posted as hereinabove directed voters of PHONE 169 Precinct No. 6, Rochester, city and further orders e reserved ing at an election the County vot- presiding until the returns of said election for that purp e; heretofore held r-- hall, Felix Mulllno, -- judge. are made by duly c. her' i el- Said election shall be held un Precinct No. 7, O'Brien, O'- Brien gin office, D. S. Gothard, this Court. presiding judge. ection officials and by der the provisions of the consti- - iuuon ana taws oi me State of PAHHflBnLrvJfBgiBaaaHVVT John F. Ivy The above order being red it Texas, particularly amended Sec- was moved by Commissioner tion 9 of Ar'icle 8 of the Consti- Blake and seconded by Commis- tution and Section a of Article Insurance Agency HASKELL COUNTY sioner Newton that same do pass. C of the Constitution, and all per- 3-- llMaaaaBaafiaaaaaaaamWMaaaaaaaaaggSgSsgggg?! ABSTRACT CO. Thereupon, the question being rons who are legal voters of tiSiaBBBj EtlBSIBB'iaaaSBSaiBKaaA - 'BjBHBaHZflHMMMM'- called for, the following members Haskell County and who are res- iByBBBH RiHHBC2BBBBBBBHBBSBBKMMRMwaMM im""-- - Prompt and Efficient of the Court voted Aye: Ashley, ident property taxpayers of said Second Floor, Oates Bldg Service South Side Square Haskell Newton, Gilleland. Blake, and thr County, and who have duly ren- following voted No: None. w.apisgLiM;aMaafcggpai dered their property for taxation, Passed, Approved and Adopted, shall be entitled to vote at said this the 18th day of February, election. New Heavyweight V 1956. All voters who desire to sup- ..... '':';:::lHBBaaaaaaiBBaBiata- - aaaaaW Alfred Turnbow. County Judge, port the proposition shall have Champs vHaja5jg8$jajajpjajajpjB -- NEED A PLUMBER? Haskell County, Texas. ATTEST: Horace O'Neal, County Clerk. written or printed on their bal- lots the words: "For The ' ' 1 nf nn Prompt Plumbing Service from the Smallest Re- County Taxes Under The Limita- 8-- 9c 4 tions And In The Manner Provid- pair Job to Complete Installations. ORDER AND NOTICE OF ed For In Section 9 of Article 8 EL-MTI- FOR THE OF CERTAIN COUNTY of The Constitution of Texas;" uiose opposed au thereto trolet Tksk ti PHONE 86 TAXES THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF HASKELL On this the 15th day of Feb- County Taxes shall have written or printed on their ballots the words: "Aealnst The I I every wei Brazelton Lumber Company ruary, 1956, the Commissioners tions And In The Under The Limita- Manner Provid- Court of Haskell County, Texas, ed For In convened in regular session at a of The Constitution of Article 8 Section 9 of regular term of said Court nt the Texas." New models to do bigger jobs-rat- ine polling places and r . ed up regular meeting place in the Court louse in Haskell, Texas, the County bo respectively Seat of said County, with all wit: officers of said cip - pmit ni fniinv.o "t to 32,000 lbs. G.V.W.! t- across the board-wi- th New power right i I m 4, a f Farm & Ranch Loans members thereof present, viz; Alfred Turnbow. Countv .Tnrtrro Welfare Office, i. courthou-e- ; ni.m. Claude L. Ashley, Commissioner E. Patterson, Precinct No. 1; Leon Newton. Precinct No. lTnsUn presi-- n? judge. O. V8 lor I matic and e brand-ne- hauling! New auto- big high-tonnag- w I We make loans geared to the borrower'a needs, Commissioner No. 2; Estle Gilleland, Com- io. Precinct a, i,,' ty Tax Collector's o'fice court- house, V. A. Brown picsldlng coun- '! transmisaional missioner Precinct No. 3; Fran- Judge. 4 Interest, 20 Year's Time, Liberal cis C. Blake, Commissioner Pre- Precinct No. cinct No. i, Horace O'Neal, Clerk's Office, 3, Haskell, County Pre-Payme- nt Privileges. County Clerk; and passed courthouse, the Mansker, presiding judge. A. J. gm following order: It annear.q that nr the ponnml Supt's. Precinct No. 4, Haskell County No application fee charged, no title guarantee election held in and throughout Harper, office, courthouse, Joe required, no stock to purchase, no commission the State of Texas on the 7th presiding Judge. charged borrower. day of November, 1944. the quali- fied electors of the State, voting JudSe' Precinct No. 5. Rule, school- - H'gB8' pres-ln- S Meet today mnct mivi.M every weight class, including four new heavy- Mt Tf offers .t - on the proposition, approved th brtflDC im ....... Precinct No. 6, Rochester, city e- - ubw power ior every juu "w - - .with 9 I ju !t. We make land loans for three of the larger Life Insurance Companies operating in Texas. There-far- e amendment to Section 9 of Article S of the Constltutoln of Texas by jud changing said Section 9 so as tr Mulllno, presiding KlIwBbP iaWBBBBBBBBBBBaWaBBWBBafelk stroke VR frtt. -- . .,. j.i provide that the Commissioners Precinct No. 7, O'Brien, 0'- - Then there's a wider range of Hydra-M- a can make loan anywhere, any amount, any time. Br,erJ,g,n Joff,ce- Court in any County may re- presiding Judge. D- s- Gothard, - ssssssBBaBBB?nT Ts?T"T HH - - wwcnnauc, a new automatic, f six-spe- ed No charges for consultation. We like to answer allocate the County tax levies mnniiol I' .i'lff'r ' ajaestions. We can probably save you money on your authorized in said section changing the rates provided for Ira Short, No. by Precinct No. 8, Jud, club house. presiding judge ...MU. iKUttuussions.j j. -: Come in and see these new Chevrolet trucks! .- Precinct 10, Welnert, school k- - laad indebtedness. We lend more money per acre any of the purposes authoriz- house, Dick ed in said section Therwhanger, pre- VS Standard tm t In all other models. B I c..,-- . annn ...I lVW) MOdtUi r -- Rp (except siding Judge. Clun the average lending concern. ..t hf. the 15c voted road or decreasing the same, but in ing judge. main- tenance tax) by either increasing tist Church, No. n, Brushie, Bap- Pct Cody West, presid- New Middleweight lMta-co- options available In a Hide rant of modtlt Wr laniard In Series 9000 and HOO0). u no event shall the total of such W. H. McCaftdless Agencies taxes exceed Eighty Cents (80c) house, on the One Hundred Dollars val- Precinct No. 12 nrato Hubert Sego presiding wnampa ui Anythina Immm im an nlJ.famhiotfd & uation for any ono year (exclu- ... sive of the 15c voted road main- Herman Hall, Eari th., a Precinct No. in Haskell Hotel Building JBurton Chevrolet tenance tax) hilt thnf Ufni,. ..u Atchison, pre- - MP Phone 205 Commissioners may make such P. O. Box 252 rre,1,nct No' u's Pa'"t Creek and changes in schoolhouse, A. J. Moody, presid- such levies the samef shall be sub- ing judge. mitted to the qualified property Precinct No. 15, Cobb, M. M. !'t I mmwmimiri rA. THUlf PAY, MARCH 1, ItM THKHASKKLL PRII PMCSS FIRST D. A. NEPHEW OF 8AM HOUSTON PAGE SEVKN rll 'in Fashion Revue to ight Haskell County Organized in 1885, Be Presented at I Saqertoh News f Bob Marlow Will CHRISTIAN CHURCH Fred E. Grcaham, minister With 57 Residents Voting on Issue Mrs jr MRS. DELBERT LEPEVRX John Clark finpnt Mvnrnt Ask Second Term 4, Services for Lord's Day March 1056. (No. 4 in a. aeries of- - 'articles morton. An election was arrang-..&- Texas Tonight uya, in Midland last week .visit-i- n Bible School at 9:45. Classes for on early days in this section, lhf.. county Mt and ." her daughter, Mrs. ' "Leslie Haskell 'Firemen to As Constabje all ages. held In based- on material in the late snr'i' fashions in a rainbow- Cobb and family. Morning worship at 10:45 con- 'U. Visit Throckmorton - 1th a o'clock Com-:3- 0 Haskell County.") R. B. Sherrill's "History of The. 89th Judicial District- of poHcd M vote' ThC e,CCt,on - like array will be presented by Lane-Felk- tr in a fashion revue tonight on the stage at the Texas Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nelnast of Lubbock visited here with rela- tives during the weekend. They Department Monday Constable Bob Marlow ot Prec. sisting of Communion and preach- l, now serving his first term in ing. The sermon at this service office has authorized the announ- is "The Church is the Body of the hign Now that Haskell had "been .set- tW8 eated ln MM. and 3S" Theatre. brought Mrs. Neinasfs mother, cement of his candidacy for a Christ." tled and post office established, kell will be the founding; fathers decided that mJh8 ',,rSL J;, V 9ckr! Judge' At thatPtime 2 Bright bold colors will titanut. with light, airy pasteh as models Sagcrton to the home of Mr.' and Fire Marshal Mrs. F. W. Stcgemoeller back to Fireman Floyd R. A. Lane, City Lusk and several second term, subject to action of the Democratic Primary. Evening service at 6:80. This is country was over! members of the local department Bible School night in our pro- vcryono is it was time a county govern- enter the flower deaecked stage Mrs. F. A. Stegemoeller. gram. We to be auct- - ment be created. run with cow thieves, outlaws ",V,gh' picturesque She spent last month .visiting with the will meet with the Throckmorton Mr. Marlow said he desired Bible Class hope to have every and murderers. Judge Oockwii trellis. In Fire Department Monday night first to thank the citizens of Pre- represented, Thus alone through the fall of addition to. afternoon wear, even- Neinaat family in Lubbock. . . in that city, Our youth will have the choir? 1884, Frank Wllfong, D. M. Winn ied by the and "Old Man" Hale got up a ton put the law in force in Has- ing gowns will be shown in pink, blue, yellow and white In lace, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Vahlen-kam- p drill program to help work out a . of Abilene visited with. Mr. ing firefighters. for the neighbor- cinct 1 for theh Htinnorf in Plant ing him to office, and for their The message at this time "What m v sent spon-itro- ns purpose. Old Man kell. As a result, both carried net and taffeta fabrics. cooperation and friendship during onau i do service Jesus" wun Club petition for that repeating rifles for protection and Mrs. Leo Monse, Sr., Satur- Midweek on Wednesday Hale was especially active, All fashions will feature the day night and Sunday. Sunday the time he has held office. He evening If !" committee ting anyone passing through the get- w. B. Houston, incidentally, was olso expressed his gratitude to at 7:30 This will be our year's dictates from the fashion Mr. and Mrs. Norvell Lehrmann aunlty. the nephow of county to sign, whether a resident of San Jacinto Sam Houston, hero centers of the world. Local mod- accompanied the newlyweds FIRST PRESBYTERIAN court officials and fellow officers last study in the Book of He- brews, chapter 13. This service and to CHURCH for their cooperation and help. will the meet- - or not. Some said that Hale had the Texas Republic. president of els will show the styles and Mrs. Abilene to help them move. decide who are the winners 1 R. A. Lane Will read the com- N. Avenue E at Fourth St. Lf of a film, the man to sign for his saddle Mr. and Mrs. Grady Laughlin A former City Nlghtwatchman in the contest. So come, have a tnrougn horse and his dog too, if he had During the 1880's the country mentary. Shown on the screen and son, Melvll Lee moved to Ft. R. K. McCall, D. D., Minister before being elected Constable, part In It.. will bo "It's Always Fair Weath- Worth last weekend. Mr. Services Sunday: Irs Roebuck one. . was stocked with cattle and er" and admission will be at Mrs. Dick Swope of Fort Worth and 9:45 a. m. Sunday Church School Mr. yMarlow has gained exper- Come to all services of the it the After the , election Hale was sheep. Com-fCont- est In 1883 and 1884 high ience during his first term which church. Everyone welcome. the threatened with prosecution and prices, free grass and onfn regular prices. came to help them pack. Mrs. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship he believes will enable him to. $ Swope Is the Message by the minister has enter left the country, but with the re- f range Intensified the movement $ Laughlin. former Marlene 6 p. m. film strip service show- nanuie tne duties of the offcie VISIT IN FLOYDADA tained from quired 160 names on the petition of stock Into the country. But in a still more efflcent manner Washlng- - Frank Draper and Frank Wll- - suddenly the price of cattle drop- National Honor Saturday evening the Laughllns ing scenes In the life of our Lord. were honored with a farewell This Bervlce will be led by the in the futuie. Mr. and Mrs. VV. N. Vlney of fong took the petition to Throck- - ped and early In 1885 these prices I Ho has endeavored to devote Haskell, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Stew- were at the bottom of a great party in the lunchroom of the Young People. his full time to the office, dis- art of Mattson, Mr. and Mrs. slump. A drouth set in, until they Society Inducts Sagerton school cafeteria. Ap- - This will be the only service charging the dutleg of Constable Dale Phelps of Odessa spent the summer of 188G water began fall- fiuiiiiuieiy ov memoerg or me in this urged to this evening and church as fairly and impartially as week end in Floydada where they ing In the water holes. Grass community were present to wish all are see the splendid 28 Members will be his continued visited with the Vlney's son, Mr. DRUG CO. IE was short, and stock men were protesting against bringing any more stock Into this overstocked Haskell chapter of the Nation- them well In their new venture. film strips of our Lord's life using Both Mr. and Mrs. Laughlin have ine new maenme recently pur- lived In this community all their chased by the Young People and aim in the future, he stated. and Mrs. Buster Vlney and with Precinct No. 1 includes Haskell their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. al Honor Society inducted 28 lives. the congregation. and surrounding territory, and as Curtis Overman in Littlefield. range. About 25,000 head of cat- the duties of his office will per- SPECIALS tle were driven out of the county, furnishing some relief. A common sight were families members in an impressive cere- mony In the high school audi- torium Monday, Feb. 28. Hostesses for the affair were Mmes. Johnny Spitzer, W. Summers, Charles Clark, Wednesday, March 7 at 7 o'clok Z. the monthly meeting of the men and of the church. mit, Mr. Marlow will endeavor to see every voter in the precinct dragging C D. Allen greeted the guests and discuss his candidacy with re "Once A along the road with what pos- sesions they had piled on a Year' Specials cart, women two-wheel- ed one-hor- se and presented a brief history and purposes of the society. "The society recognizes scholarship Bueford Letz. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. LeFevre have a new grandson, Douglas and serve the meal: Pete Frier-so- n, Craig, born Thursday. Feb. 23 at Supper will be served. Committee to notify the men chairman; B. C. Chapman, them. In the meantime he will appreciate any consideration giv- en his campaign for a second SPECIALS and children walking, driving a first but we also recognize char- the Haskell Hospital. He is the H. T. Wilkinson, J. L. Wood. term. FRIDAY - SATURDAY cow or two. Mass meetings were at these prices after present stock held and appeals made for help. acter, leadership and service," son oi Air. and Mrs. Dan LeFevre Program Chairman Ira Hester. 3 MARCH 2-- 3 Car loads of meal, flour, meat, he said. The student must excel who live in Stamford. Thursday, March 8, All Family WEEKEND VISITORS IN etc., "were donated and shipped in all four fields before he can Mrs. Leland Thane was honored church supper (covered dish). BRUCE YOUNG HOME Fresh to the drouth sufferers. be chosen. with a pink and blue shower at Sponsors: G. L. Neely, Mr. and Mr. Allen spoke from a ros- the Sagerton Methodist Church Mrs. Belton Duncan, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Young had Perkins Cream of Roses In the spring of 1887 cattle died in great numbers, as no provision had been made for wat- trum which bore the emblem of the National Honor Society. The Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 21. Host- Mrs. Monte Frierson, Mrs. Rach- esses for the occasion were el Stubblefield, Mr. and Mrs. Mes-dam- es as guests in their home during the weekend, their children and CATFISH Dr the Rose Petal Look stage was decorated with bask- John Clark, F. A. Ulmer, Woodrow Frazier. families, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Dan- ering, wells, windmills or tanks. ize, Special for $1.00 Finally, cattlemen began, slowly, to protect grass. By 1895 when ets of yellow rosebuds with a Rainbow of Desire seen in the background. Twin blue 'candles Herbert Stremmel, Cliff LeFevre, Barney Ross, Reece Clark and chairman; Speakers: Mrs. Edd G. W. LeFevre. Program: B. C. Chapman, Hester, Mrs. Jim Laymon, Mrs. iel and son Lonnle of Fort Worth, and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Guess and children Karen Sue and Hal, STEAKS cattle prices reached rock bot graced tables placed at each A large group was present at Sam Herren, Jr., Ira Hester. Jr., of Abilene. tom, cattlemen were leasing and tehong lndiscret Cologne fencing the open range wherever end of the stage. Four NHS members spoke on the meeting of the Sagerton A Tuesday evening, Feb. 21. After P-T- 75c lb. Lize, Special for....w $2.50 land could be found in large enough bodies for a ranch. By the four characteristics to be the business meeting, Mrs. Ham-by- 's Farmer Solves Mystery of Pilfered Gas, 1896 the country was nearly all fenced. found in each member. Nancy Becker spoke on Character; John first and second graders and Mrs. Bank's fifth and sixth grad- But Ends Up Loser on Damaged tractor Sun Valley in Aquamarine Lotion Double Size Bottle A terrible drouth came in 1896. Oops were a failure, grass was eaten up by the prairie dogs till Holt, Scholarship; Leadership; Wanda Bur-so- n, and Culver Carney, Service. As each of the ers presented short skits. Later "play night" was held and every west of Weinert Herrlck, last miles one present enjoyed games. Mrs. Joe Clark, Mrs. playing It Farmer Roy proved doesn't take an Ellery Queen 2i week to bed, planning to get in touch with the sheriff next day. 0LE0 four students left the stage, one However he wasn't taking into ize, Special .for $1.25 the dogs themselves died in great of the blue candles was lighted. Chas. Clark and Mrs. D. W. to solve every crime. account the ingenuity of the numbers. Cattle died in bunches Glenn Kreger Introduced the Counts seived on the program gasolinefarmer had been missing The younger generation. Nothing 15c lb. nil over the western country for neophytes as they accepted a committee. Refreshments were and decided to an overhead to it. from tank daunted, they proceeded to bor- want of food ana water. membership pin and card. The served by the refreshment com- So Saturday he put a stop drained all the row the farmer's tractor to try Home Grown Helena Rubenstein's Haskell was host to a Cowboy's new member then lit a white ta- mittee composed of Mrs. B. J. Frozen and push their car. What they Reunion, July 1898. For Neinast, chairman; Mmes. Cliff gasoline from the tank Then and le-fill- ed wenic Hormone Twins 29-3- 0, per from one of the blue can- didn't know was that the tractor For Face and Throat days before the opening of the event the roads were lined with wagons, hacks and buggies all dles and left the stage. The ceremony was closed with Gholson, Melvln New, F. A. Ul- mer, Pat Sellers, Glyn Quade. Miss Irene Stewart, principal, it with water. went home to await results. Three teen-ag- e boys drove up he didn't have any water in it's ra- diator. It is now in a sad shape HENS the singing of the school song after dark and helped themselves indeed. lie Homone Cream. $3.50 size pouring into the little town. There and a closing prayer by Mr. Al- announced that Friday, March 9, to some of the "gasoline." The Haskell Sheriff Bill Pennington inic Hormone Oil, $2.50 size BOTH FOR $3.50 was probably. the biggest bunch of cowboys, ranchers, pioneers, traders, gamblers, slight of hand len. Following the induction, a reception was held in the Home-maki- Cottage with' .refresh- ng would be a holiday. The teachers only will attend a teachers' meeting for some mysterious yeards when "on that day. drove about 400 reason the and Deputy Sheriff Garth Garrett investigated the incident, but, ac- 39c lb. Mr. and, Mrs. Roland Green and car stalled. While they were de- cording to Pennington no charges Srformers as. was 'ever gathered ments prepared by members of Ubby's m bating this, the farmer identified Judy and Larry spent last week them and presumably went back were filed and the boys have the society. i " promised to repay the man. Pink Cleansind Cream A packed court room was call- -. ed to order - Harry T, Daughertjr .$ Kwrehistoric Fossil sidLwtfh- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. - Kaler,' .Keith and Karen. ' ' ;Mrs. Larry Cornelius,-'- ' Kathy Grapefruit Juice il for County. Then 'there was an pen i r....t:. $1.00 On Display at c - and "Douglas, and Mrs. 'August for, .". .$2,00 ins prayer and music by the Midland band and an address of Service Cleaners Balser Schulenburg. are-visitin- Mrs. relatives in g Cornelius BEAUTIFUL NEW SPRING 46oz.can25c welcome by Judge E. J. HAmner, plans to stay for about a month Miss Lillie Rike. now Mrs. R. C. wonder, what-- , Ever life .must with "Mr, and, Mrs. Gus Balzer. ried Cleansing Cream Montgomery of Haskell, read the have been, like in- -, pre-hlsto- ric " snnmEnW. Foremost 1 for ' 11.00 cowboy's poem, written especial- ly for the occasion. Featured at ages? A small glimpse can be had from a petrified mammal on display this' week at Weinert News ; DRESSES MELL0RINE ilfor S2.00 the sports games were , bronco Cleaners. Service Mrs. P. I. Newton entertained Mr. "and Mrs. Bill McGuire with busting? cutting out, roping and Ueing contests. The curlous piece of stone was a bride and. groom party Satur- ty Skin found on the Bill Lane farm last 1 for Freshener S1.00 Farmers were moving into the country and buying land so .fast by 000 that it was plain the pas- week, seven miles southeast of Haskell. C. D. Allen, Superinten- day afternoon from 2 to 4. Refreshments of punch and cookies were served the guests. New styles in wide range of colors and 39c half gallon tures would soon be cut up and dent of Schools, analyzed 'it and Arrangements of sweetpeas materials. Misses, Juniors and Ladies' ifter Bath Lotion sold out In 1901 and 1902 crops were short and prices of cattle sagged till 1906. described it as an Ammonite, a mammal living in times. pre-histo- ric were used in the entertainment rooms. were Mmes. C. C. Childress, J. A. Mayfteld, sizes. A style for everyone. Prices range PUFFIN 1 for S1.00 After that year the general "It resembled a snail and is T. C. Walker, V. O. Hobbs, HA. $ trend of prices for cattle was upward for fourteen years till coiled like one, only it's about 30 or 40 times as large," Lane Miller, Eddie Sanders, Therwhanger, O. W. Vaughn and John TiMBFsnnmKnnnmVl l7vTl9iS Arrnri:ri9SnV BISCUITS Skin Lotion i for..:.:: si.oo 1919, when the prices of cattle had the full effect of war prices said. "It's about four inches in diameter, but if stretched out, it Edward Alexander. The couple are making their home in Alpina ZaJjOupto 12silS and were skyhlgh, A decline came in 1920 and would be about 3 feet long," he stated. Lane plans to send the petri- where Bill is a senior at Sul Ross. The Weinert WMS met Monday 10c can fied animal to the University of at the church for a business ses- 6 Bottle Carto Texas, Austin, for further study sion and Royal Service meeting. 'Ml by an archaeologist. Leader of the program was Mrs. J. W. Liles. Opening prayer was SPRING SKIRTS SODA POP If the farm Is cluttered shop1 led by Mrs. C. T. Jones. Theme and crowded, it is probably a of the program was Make Me a Wonderful styles in Ladies and Misses hazardous place to work. Now is Channel of Blessing. Hymns sung the time to give the shop a spring cleaning. were The Kingdom is Coming and Make Me a Channel of Blessing, skirts. All sizes 7 to 14. Ladles 22 to 30 25c Pus deposit Choice of 30 Varieties and O, Master Let Me Walk with waist. Priced at cattlemen had just gotten on their Thee. The meeting was dismissed feet again when another and with all saying the Lord's Pray- We Produce Them more widespread decline occured. er. Attending were Mmes. R. C. bar This was the general depression of 1930-3- 1. Liles. J. W. Liles. C. T. Jones. I w. a, iung. 2b98 4a98 to EGGS ,pecfa BOY'S OVERALLS 34c dozen RECORD Blue and stripe. Extra well made with elastic back Taste The Difference Puriaa $W$$!L Yl for better fitting. Sizes 1 through 6 years 1.49 Makes SALE MEN'S SHIRTS ... fBespoWU .r '.. Gray and tan Khaki. Summer weight. with flaps. Sixes ii to 17. M JL A & Froseit 78 R.P.M. RECORDS ON SALE LEMONADE To our Showing of Smart, J ' i ' MEN'S OVERALL Now Pabrloo for Cuotom-Tollor- Popular, Western, and Cat. by artists' suck as Extra well made 10 ounce denim. Blue and 6 oz. can 1$c aw Suite, Sport Coftto, Topcoat od I l.f'll 4'.) SJJM WHITMAN, SUM WILLET, HANK WIL- .' stripe. Sises SO through 42. 2.S8 LIAMS, HILLf OFFERS, LES FAUL and MARY FORDSNOOKY LANSON and MANY OTHERS! BOY'S PANTS .;, I Ba0lfr . I . vWtl Lday,March5 SSwCTrSwn l ' tj, k r r 1 Faded blue denim and black twill pants. All 2-9- 3fcaa3i 111 He' Regular 98c, IJOW sizes a through 18. Full cut. 6 aUl Djrgafd ': m i 1 l -- . 3 25 2 ill ifl y "J V i' 11 r . ,' 1 .V V 1 I ' LADIES' CANVAS SHOES Breaded Shrimp "'"--- ! ' -- ' at" MvMiri!V.)iW9fifcrv.ir . i v ' v 1. . . .. ' CMbf F WMWMM m t ATT ?" sn Wfcffcv. 1 nnu L lj& n IV A m run iv n a Ladies and Misses Gold Seal Goodyear Sportreds. All sixes 10.1, Osiers; Red, Black, Beige an Tan. anp-u- n ana zaye Tie ,(( t.i nnM Of! 4 to llfosLDka. KMf i-- M tar 4' t "fe Uj frt ' I'L RADK) and RECORD SHOP Men's We?r ;' Haskell, Toxaa Neely Dry Gopcfc, TOC aU Nftltfir ! 1 ! 431-- W Nctftkaast Corns Sauara v H Nf " aai fPasre Parktag is Ns fsailsw Ave. I ' HI9 (Hfl r1 r--a. - nmm prygpirrtii;'M,'!..i.iitj)M tfV "if jnr fagc srx RASKEU. & jcj TH T 1IU MKWS Munda Hto'jy Ctof Memrer Are Gats swtcsp j4ospilal rioted At bSw&z.Wi Cjuo M.:r.5f Frsizy INTCRCSr ABWT PEOPLE Tagwecjij r YflD TS. MMUto? iTXrtr ' 72 - UMK-v-a- r . j!int A4 V 7 .4 Mr a3 Mr. Jumj. E, .P ". . "?. MS hA jWtfc ZJ1 JV-kCl- . iSXtA, Mi Hu'ttiL Outj B'jJTrtii set --M Ik. -- l... vl . -i - l i ."-- - r . rjr t .. w ,''.. reftU. Mr. mm A- - J. Jou tiat-- ( l k. : fX ,SfMT VSSA ri. '2w Ct-nr.- vt Cwa P. C OvwA . H. V jaEirTni. 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" ?rrSrf ?, 'S' 2 .; ?k ''ITL .fx:rv jvxs ,r ai-- 'tf Kai,. it I1 fA DivaK - wedding of interest to manv A J3 Jan. 20 was5 solemnized at a ATat V f . ?. "-- ..,- ,." "-- -- " . rr&r. ,ssjj:x;,- - ? r- - iut 7 ot?s? - ierrcas i.V. , :T iiaaaT J i Tye, at p. ra. United Lrjvs: 'X;'- - YT-r- '' ' ' . ,, . . . j. zj7. zzjlz. 4.i rTtr.. i7 JCtu ca H.vomai. ;orjs rs tt - , .. ..- - ,, ... .' r i -. "srr ais- -. m mamare wrt srr t-- tri!ru i. tXt Ctrl Azrfn.-jc- -- - . , . jj-j- V j ani Gccntv Palton and Otis RobLvm nf im fraca HikC :'.' ''. jj. L, XKTf. ' 1.7 y - - " m ivau um. - TWi- y- , ? f'vivrK. xz SSj x- wh y.n o-- a rAt-&- T- -- - Ua St- - ?T Ti: Otj-- " snu. i f 2iSM KBr H.isi.ill Jz-- tl Mc- - the single ring ceremony. - -- yxv. 'Ml' ": ' i.i3c-juu- r ; - ?mjJ& C5:y. Ann The bnde wore a two-n- ir 7rs Cr.ta5,itr.n '""X- - r. s iacirsa kx Vh. C :. !s-- t 7,'wa. Kaj&aSi ' sa jir-ii- i irert v v s.i Oct- - Raaui; Hal PtslliD Strcklasd, i navy blue suit trimmed In riar!. WJi- - s sr ,,:. 'SMxu- r- v . JW9' --7 :xv. vw t- -. ' la 'bf.. z.r. .v r.ccsi r . t ot v-ii- a-. 't Ztvxi- - 'z , Rzn'Ma'-t- : Mn D A Sharp. , with black accessories. , rfeii Citsrrs--i '.Virrtn Hirfcell, The couple took a honeymoon k--, .- :. f. wferf! i O " s "was' t -- w- t rOTg Waaus - snit i Kssrvai Tteaad Tziw vr-tztt- zg : Mtife!i G-w- 75rz Mr Jas. trip to San Anrelo. San Antonio ii:ti "'" v kziwf 'v:mTJTs.x- - Ajar- - iVVxr r'--. ., .. rr.- - w "z;t -: ;iuxv Jf.JiJcf a "-.- ' f 0:.;.f A C t. O .. E ilox rijkU HoCis Calla- - and Old Mexico. They are rw tit -- - .. . J , w . yttiOfsn C Hiiiin H- - ?. Lieb. Abi- - at 1T-- 2 N. 15th in Abilene ',u' Honors Mrs. .a X . a A v Ajtrsj'.ri i- Vv. t i-- . L1 ID . - TT l . ' iti Blue Pird Group ?i7 "vJ7-- jMrtaitr a,r4 A bt; oka a..A6 rf ai 4 -- vtaKI Club LJil"- n- -t L. K&.timc I.vsf Txsy O E Hiirt2SJ ?. L j Jn Saier Kiskell Kicks, Stamford; CS-irlt- s Has Program on 1 . , 7i7 H. 5tTr xzd iQu Mn Iiz Stamford, Lrvre Life of Indian.-- ; T' 1 L- - hw"r'44!fuwvih. Raymond Astin S.-7-V 3:o Mrs Turner Rale. Mrs. D 'V Crxrr. ThrC'Cjnorton; E. Jrt Social GJendar .A. "- ok g7 r ..f H Bagzx Rale. Mr. Ida Irvin. -- ; lrtriSt .. . .l, S1km. " 4. , . ivci fSKK.'iU'A 1,7: . r i: u;t D,VrV.,- i-- :i u:us i- ri 'Ri Jizsr Kill. Rcl. Tom VZTffl..'' 'Z ? I Z''"' K1 ''' ?:1 r- - C!U""&Jai.,fJw5. unis re'i S- -i a 'J lass r'i- -t '- -- n fSirx.- -. :vi2:. PjxbiSler. Haskell; Janice Mrs. J. Mc- C. - T1iw4ay The Progressive Study Club will meet in the Homemaking Co- R: Mrs Veit itxtn &n & ; reachers Group '' -- . . - r- -, "f -- vjr A tr-r- The Lutheran Trinity Ladies u Socity will meet at 2:30 p.m. in . ,""fcr. Mr? Velma Strickland. Lottie Henderson, ttage. wuwri on. ft ''. r. in VvM .v ...- - -- n.v r.tv. ...... ..ww. 1- - -- , .; " .....-.- .- -- . w. ilir. .- - ZXKTTSS u--j an- - Birth the church annex. The adult choir... of .the First fcJ ,w: w. .Tl .'JCmOrn, raCUlt.. pftrlrhilww w f. i w? a assort rvaa FY? l - ... tjrths were reported at 5s?'15' -- nurcn wiu rehearse at ; fit rttt T w ..,.i, " , -- r. mo ,. -- t.... AL-m- JKJ .. T ft'w 4 M, 1m m & ,..- - 1 . r Wr,iT'.L ."s. gin IV - A. .iuicri ftsr the f.f - j a.- - lKSAI Mrrrf ,.-- ,,. KaaZtll Oxsm this ' ? VI' VVL7 Ln...... I.. 5,. onijuci in .1 . ine uinmg 188 ... tfebAteu y,Z jr,. ;rrV;,r '.,. :" ... , v.! ..!,".-f.f.'.- v'.,. :..r. W. Mt.--i' J L 'i. i.hd Ap- - . r. w --- , U ThrKisr. .rtor. - Olrr. n,H. annex. the First Baptist Church m '. J- ifn -- f -.-.. f- I Ku,. - fT. ? ' 4 K.r.f'.? ' - '' . ff.,.- ka ''--: 3 p - - M -- r Oa ret V. welrht lb pounds.' . Pleasant Blue Birds will meet .a r vl jzt?.-vrrv. ? ..sr s'; 'V.:;:r:. kjsuk fKinl v.. ., . v-tr- CwUau. M.-- iirf Mr J .1 Vh. I srt in We eIJowsrhin Hall of the First ... .., 'r ?- -, an '-- . -- ?,. jc doorboodia . -. ' wef- . ?,u ,a ,u..s - n.-- - ,r -- :,s kva TV.J: .:- v.- li2;2r M thodist Church. snt'ir ssts Kr , s ? . st alumiaa nsra. -, M.ii.. ,;..: a'S.-ss- ?..,s- .7; -: rtzz - -t ? :i Tuesday ..r".' r--- baked-o- a : . . - ;, Tr -- """- i tt ?- -. h m? actaKr. ,.. ;:;-.- ..' -- -- v:.- .Tr- ' bp p' Oub will meet at 7:30 L., &"' hw ' i1: 'aly in the Texas Cafe dining ir' nal venhliW U, fa,-- , . .A A?w .'"-- I'?""? ?' ...... . Kasiea aautr Sarenon. son Brian Da- - L." T'l Alkwjccakl ' Z7W " W:' - thi FurrreArrarment." ? vd. corn Feb. 22. weizht .''., S W-- "- Ladies Auxiliary of the Fire tecti isuMii ounces. pounds. 6 wK wn TtMiiA-- j ' -- .- ' ZrVr 4i .v Pr'-- a , I JmdkW wore Jrt of Wu U-- " cpUi-'.e- d that livir? room L1UD Mr and Mrs. Charles M. Hicks, Department will meet at 7:30 p. T LI t Niticm tei if torwwJyover ta!fu ifiW af- - tr the bride'x. They xsn- - carried fKmittrre r&5ht lines, and ohifcid a Meet? t&cuM be arranged is in HoiTlP f)f Stamford, daughter, Kathy Sue, m. in the Fire Hall. born Feb 23, weight 7 pounds, $ H-- U comfort tssf toes) todij! ueu of white gladioli They tbr. Jh'in? proper arrange-- - , m .. - wore ?Uves of white nyka and " furniture. '".MI'S. Lx. JL. Da VIS 3 ounces. Mr and Mrs. Dan LeFevre, CARD OF THANKS vomuni taster hashion Parade tfteir heaJpieces were of blue net The flower girls wore blue or- gandy dreyes fashioned with tiered skirts high necklines. They wrre white nylon gloves ktA ad Members present were Mmes. W C. Workman. J. M. Alexan-- - itr. the hostess. 21 The Luck Home Demonstration Stamford, son, Dan Wayne, born John Wendeborn. A. C. DenlC.ub met in the home of Mrs. c. Feb. 23, weight 7 pounds, 15 friends for their many express- son, Sr., Clayton Carpenter, asS- - E Davis at 3:30 Tuesday, Feb. ounces. We wish to say thank you to oui ions of kindness durinc our great sorrow. Though1 w? have'trtfa',! wtftsl SOUMIH m 19 March 12 8:00 P.M. carried baskets of white baby rr.ums. Their headpiece were of The next regular be in the home of llrsA. .. fembers answered roll call acknowledge each ode "Individ- ually we -- ft4 ur Uipaf.-tb- Regular Meeting of nail . 'viui Xcv the Sic THDA Dues me blue net. Denson. , , are L.ied' P-T- A have been overlooked. Elementary Elementary School Auditorium A reception was held in church basement and the congre- the The xiil'.vs. of the lesson was 7 To these friends especially would we express chit pgratitude Scheduled Mar. gation was invited. The bride' Diane Clare Named fumitcre arrangement led by Mrs C G Surk. Refreshments in this way. Only at a time like Regular meeting of the Ele- this does one table wa, UlJ wi'h white Jace over bltie. The thr? -- tiered wed- Officer in Delta erf ipxce nutcake and coffe ewere served to Mmes. George Smith, mentary Parent-Teach- er Associ- realise the true meaning of friendship. ding cake dtcorzli'l th' renter Alpha Pi H. H. Hir.es, Joe Holcomb, Rex ation will be held at 3 p. m. Wed- It Is our prayer that when sor- of the table along 1th I ouquets Murrav. r sur-r- r r nesday, March 7, in the elemen- rows come yovr way, you, too, -' . of white baby murri awl snap- - nHUSLCJf.,WUeT cf Mr Star5t rA fcoatesirMri. Davis'. tary school building. may Program will include a film on fort have the hart.slag com- "' tt.tfcg -- 'jrajj'TJi .ri:,.J."-- f Yl 5!' iArt. .'forvell Lehrmann rc?lat- - ered the guests. Mrs. S. Baldree, recording secre-- homeP'- of Mr. - tarv ot the Delta Alpha Pi socuil S at 3:30 p m' club at Eaylor University w will be in -.. Mental Health. Officers for ensuing year will be electa Hnr with each richest bleastngs abide (ng the businesrs session. of - May God's understaadtac friends. of you. A. M. Turner ;- .! ,- Lk Mrn Jack Monse and Mrs. Her. .