Clipped From The Galveston Daily News
in Victoria. Geonro WAELDER. Mrs. Joe Cohen left for the fair Monday. Mrs. FT. T. Hopkins returned from the Monday. Mrs. 'Alexander of Srtn Angelo is visiting Mrs. Lucy Brndfleld. Mrs. W. IT. Owen returned from a few weeks' visit to Galveston and Houston. L. W. Plland, who is working with the building and bridge ganc on tho Southern Pacific Railroad, spent Saturday and Sunday Sunday with his family. Prof, James Smith, superintendent of the schools at Corsicana, :n company with his wife, Is visiting Mrs. Smith's narents, Mr and Mrs. H. L. Miller. Thursday the young men members of Waelder Orchestra nastily construcled a rude framo sixteen feet long, placing It Studebaker wagon, with four mules for the motive power. They took the following named members 'of the orchestra, with a few friends, to an entertainment given by the Flatonla Orcheslra: Mr. and Mrs. w. Owen, Miss Mea Russell, Miss Ethel Plland, Miss Effle- Piland. Miss Ruth Allsun, Miss Ella Alisup. Miss Laura Amalsky, Miss Rebecca Amalsky, Miss Laura Piland Miss Lute Smith. Miss Lillie Henderson, lira Alexander, Miss Resale Dradfleld, Mr W B. Brooks. Mr. GHn Vaughan. Mr. Henrv Ruuseli, Mr. Alonzo Russell, Mr. Joe Amal- sky, Mr. Lazarus Amalsky and Mr. Sam Vaughan. Tho team left on'soheduie time at 4 o clock p. m., and arrived at 4 o'clock a. m., making the round trip In twelve hours. Although tired and sleepy, they report report having.u fine time, with only one mishap.'and mishap.'and that the breaking of the king bolt in one of the buggies, but the damage noon repaired with wire that some thoughtful thoughtful one had brougnt along In case of an emergency.