Games and A Fire

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Games and A Fire - sick with the flu. They report th Lemons to be...
sick with the flu. They report th Lemons to be quite a bit improved. Miss Madie Flora Jones has bee: going into town after school eac evening for the last few days on ac count of her mother being ill. Jim Tyler and wife of Sloan wer visiting Sunday in the home of thei son, Mack Tyler. Baxter Melgaard motored ove from Austin Saturday afternoon an brought Twigs Sarah Ligon and tw( of her girl friends to visit in the J W. Smith home. Mrs. Eva Ligon returned to Austin with them Sun day afternoon. Visitors in our home Saturday nc and Sunday were our children, Seth Williams and wife of San Antonio Clovis Letbetter and family of Chins Creek. Others visiting awhile Sun day afternoon were Clifford and Do ris Tyler. Miss Frances Tyler spent Satur day nite and Sunday with home folks Have just learned that she has fever and may remain at home for a few days. Vernon. Bynum was at Sunnyslde the home of the writer, Sunday morning on business. Walter Gibbins has been helping wait on the sick folks and doing the chores around ti\e home of his cousin Streetman Hendrix, in Mills County Alva Letbetter and wife spent the week-end in town with her parents (Written for last week) Mack Tyler reports the loss of several young lambs during the cold spell. Mrs. Jim Lafferty recently had as visitors in her home her mother and sister, Mrs. Horton and Miss Inez of China Creek. Mrs. Alva Letbetter visited in ;pwn with her parents, the Ross * avers, both Friday and Saturday. Jim Lafferty and wife and Mack Tyler spent a few hours in the Letbetter home Saturday night, playing •2 and Chinese checkers. The writer took lunch Friday with he Letbetters at the bakery. Floyd Smith hauled a truck load of enjoying the occasion, very much as he was in bed with a real case of measles. At this writing he is do ing very well. The Laffertys came near having a real fire in their home one day the past week. Mrs. Lafferty noticed the roof on fire and called for help so the Wooster family who live lear heard her calls and got there and put the fire out with very little damage being done to the roof. r Holt Happenings ByW. LONNAHOO Our section received a fine rain last Friday night and Saturday. It fell rather faster than our past winter rains and placed some water in tanks for livestock. The measles are still in our midst and a few other cases are developing. No cases developed in our school the past week. Our school did not close the past week, but we may do so this week, as I have not had the measles myself, I will be absent from the school room) for some time. This will be my first absence frorii my school work in nearly 12 years. Rendered Fine Program A group from our section rendered a 30-minute program over Station KNEL, Brady, Sunday. I enjoyed the prog.iam very much, and also the ledication number. I regretted that [ could not go with the group. Singers appearing on the program were 3. C. Chamberlain, Jim Chamberlain, Irene Mitchell and Arthur Mitchell. They will likely appear for another program over the station in the near future. Rava Nell Donahoo accompanied these singers. Mrs. B. M. Stewart returned to San ,Angelo Sunday. She has beer 1 spending the winter with .. her me ther, Mrs. S. M. Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Summers Sunday with Mrs. Dobbs. At this writing Jerry Wells is ver -,ick wjth measles at Brownwood. His

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  1. The San Saba News and Star,
  2. 08 Feb 1940, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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