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THE HEARNE DEMOCRAT VOLUME 47 HEARNE, ROBERTSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1937 NUMBER 35 MRS. DRIVER PAINFULLY BURNED THE HEARNE EAGLES—CHAMPS OF DISTRICT 31-B Mrs. J. 0. D'rivci- suffered painful burns about" the face and hands last Wednesday night when she attempted to light gas ,in a kitchen stove. The most serious burns were on her chin and hands. • Mrs. Driver was preparing to broil venison steaks that her son-in-law, Louis Carpenter, of Belton, had /brought the family. Gas accumulated in the, broiler compartment of the stove which she. failed to light immediately immediately after turning on, and the blowout blowout followed. Mrs. Driver's injuries were sufficiently sufficiently healed by Monday of this week for her to div.e. to Houston for the Moody Centennial celebration. STREETWORK GOES FOR WARD • Ten blocks of city streets have been graveled and conditioned in the city street improvement program in which ^threc and one-half miles of streets in various parts of town will be worked. Eighty-two sets of headwalls, one thousand feet of new culverts and proper drainage will -be included in the W. P. A. project, city authorities said. o Ariel McKemie Undergoes Operation CITY WORKERS BACK ON 1933 WAGE SCALE Siilnries of city employees that were cut in !!>.').'! have practically nil been restored to the original scale, I accorditig In city authorities. The readjustment wage became effective December 1st, action in the mutter having been taken by the City Council at a November meeting. Affected in the raise arc two office iiii'ii, plant superintendent, three engine engine men, two electricians, struct foreman awl two city police. Kt8£i^8t33igSS!^^WSi8$3#^ Shown above are Coach Louis Cochran's 1937 Hearne High Eagles, who have already won the District, ,'il title, and will meet the Elkharl Elks here Friday afternoon in a Bi-District contest. Front row, left to right: Summerlin, student manager; Mortis, Whit field, Taylor, Brady, HeUlor, Stansel, Rose, Mitchell, Henderson, Pack, Hughes, student manager. Second row: Cecil Johnson, Clo.is, Curl Johnson, Blar.d, Rlarknum, llarwood, Woodyard, Blackstonc, Sanders, Nctka, Mooney, Jones, Allen. Third row: J. C. Rogers, assistant coach; Rickard, Kingsley, Stovall, IJoiswell, Timmons, Grimando, Viviano, Hamilton, Mathews, Alford, Moss, Palmos, Smith, Head Coach Coehran.- Back row: Ming, McKay, Tullous, Cortimegila, Cotlctte, I'arnell, Theiss, Turner, Sam Morris, Sloan, Ely, Martin, Key, Smith, Tidwell. I Services Held For Late J. W. B. Vaughn Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Bethany for J. W. B. Vaughn, and interment took place in the Bethany cemetery under Robertson County B. Petit Jury For T. U. Meeting, Hearne December the 5th 2-.;50—Song service "and prayer. 2:40—Devotional—(Rev. Joe HowV Next Week; Meyer Abram, M. M. Ottea, K. 1,.' Carr, E, L. Brax.ior, Tom Averett, Do- Witt Stanford, J. L. Dick, Leon Sandifer, Sandifer, R. b. Ely, J. S. Allen, J. C. Nash, Agriculture Programs A n n o u n c e d R. M. Hooker, County Agent, announces announces meetings for the purpose of. electing community eommitteoinon and explaining the HKIH Agricultural Conservation program as follows: GAS STOVE EXPLODES, NO ONE HURT A gas explosion Wednesday in th« apartment: kitchen of Mrs. Jasper Goodman blow out the bottom of the cooking stove and shattered two panes in a kitchon window. Mrs. Goodman, who was in the kitchon was not injured, llolls wore cooking in the oven when the blast occurred. Mrs. Goodman was unable to determine tin; cause of the mishap, mishap, Hearne Hunters Bag Eight Deer

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  1. The Hearne Democrat,
  2. 03 Dec 1937, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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