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HEARNE DEMOCRAT HEARNE, ROBERTSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1947 Store Will Open Next Week a formal opening will not until the latter part of Augst, Covey Auto and Home Supply located at the corner of Third streets, will be open next week, according to Covey, owner of the new estab^- has announced that the store a complete line of B. F. products and other well lines of home accessories but stock Will not be complete in this month. and Mrs. Covey, who will as- Last Rites Held For Mrs. Ida Chumley Death claimed Mrs. Ida Chumley at 6:15 Monday morning in Providence Hospital at Waco after a long illness. Mrs. Chumley was ncaring her seventy-second seventy-second birthday and had spent most of her long and useful life in Texas. Survivors are her sons, Foy of Hearne, Ted and Howard of Waco, and Burt Chumley of Byars; daughters, daughters, Mrs. Guy Emery of Hearne; Mrs. K. P. Lyons and Mrs. M. C. Cox of Byars; Mrs. Earl Harris of Denton; thirty grandchildren and four great grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Lillian in operation of the new j Murphy of Fort Worth and a half recently moved to Hearne from Crash At Intersection driver was injured when driven by Zane Grey Wallace driven by J. M. Schepp, col- the corner of First and Cypress streets shortly after noon Wcd- The force of the collision both vehicles into the ditch on corner of the intersec- both were badly damaged. was proceeding west on and Schepp was going north when the collision occurred. shrubbery prevented a clear the intersection. o Course In Red Cross Nursing brother, Marvin Chumley, of Alice, Oklahoma. Funeral services were conducted for Mrs. Chumley at Byars Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church with Rev. Hill officiating. Interment was in the Cemetery at Petrolia. Mrs. Chumley was born in the state of Illinois at Mt. Plaskia, October 81, 1875. In her young womanhood she was married to W. C. Chumley who died in 1019. She had spent much of her time in Hearne with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Emery and Mr. and Mrs. Foy Chumley and had many friends who sorrow with the family at her passing. Patrolman Mason Receives Award Patrolman James A. Mason received received a certificate award this week for ten years of meritorious service in the Texas Department of Public Safety. Safety. Over half of his ten-year period has^ been spent in Hearne, Mason having come here in January, 1942. Along with the award, be received a congratulatory letter from Col. Homer Homer Garrison, Jr., Director of the Department. Department. Col. Garrison stated that the Texas Department of Public Safety is the top organisation of its kind in the world and is made so by the splendid service th;it is being rendered by such men as Patrolman Mason. o— Benchley News (Mrs. Sam Rice) Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bradley of Richland, Richland, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Prnytlicr of Corsicana wove weekend guests of the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Horn, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Peyton and chil- Hearne Schools To Open September 4th September '1th has been announced as opening date for Hearne schools by R. M. Ilix, Superintendent of Hearne Independent School District. On this date, teachers will assemble, for assignments and discussion of plans for the school year in general and for the first semester in particular. particular. The calendar for the school year as adopted by the board of education in a meeting Tuesday follows: September 4—Opening of school— teacher meetings. September 5—Student registration. November 27-28 — Thanksgiving holidays. December 28—Dismiss, Christmas holidays. January 5—Resume school. January 10—End first semester. March 20-29—Easter holidays. May 24—Close of school. Hearne Airport News By Harry Rogers Four of the local fliers have grad- At Hearne Clinic Jud Collier, Chairman Robertson County Red Cross, states the have completed Unit I Home course in Mumford. community: F. Parker, Bernice Hennegan, James E. Whitfield, Everlean Rebecca Porter, Rose Mae Mary Dell Cheek, Willie B. Florence Booker, Rose V. Estella Rogers, Irene Holand, | Ann Simpson, Ruby Jewell Lois Randall. 1 taking the Unit I 'course, of the!'^^'in the home," in' are: Pauline Hickman, Mrs. Cleve Mrs. Irene Ingram, Miss James, Mrs. Norma Browning, Agnes Davlin, Mrs. Eula Mrs. C. J. Crisp. Barbecue For Overseas Veterans Surgical, patients at the clinic during during the week were Mrs. Roy Corbett, Jackie Mathis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Mathis, W. E. Caudill of Chicago Bridge & Iron Works, Miss Elaine Dockery. Medical patients were Mrs. Roy E. Little, Mrs. Harry Rogers, Darlene Bowling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bowling, and F. D. Crisp of Franklin. Births registered at the clinic included included a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reagan on August 1st, a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Percy Lichtenberg Lichtenberg on August 2nd, and a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Yan- nis of Cause, on August 3rd. » Cub Swimming Parents and Cubs will please attend attend our Cub swimming party at 5:00 o'clock Friday afternoon at Municipal pool. Plenty watermelons after the free swim. Aubrey McNeel. Sells Brahman Cattle dreh, Sonny and Jaunice, of Giddings j uated from student status to licensee! have been visiting their father, W. H. Peyton, and sister, Marguerite. Melton Rice and son, Eddie, came Private PiTbts since this column was last written. Ralf, Roy Berryhill, William David Johnson and out: Sunday from Bryan to spend thelJ. E. Moore obtained their certificates dayj with his parents and sister, Mr. and; Mrs. Sum Rice and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rani bo. in the order named. Charles Edward Brown has also completed his but has not taken his flight check Mrs. Bill McLaiii and daughters, from the CAA flight examiner. When barbecue will be given on Wednesday night, August 13th for all overseas veterans in this county. The J " L ; ^ nsworth which is to be free, is being sponsored by the Brazos Valley the Veterans of Foreign Wars. overseas veteran who desires this barbecue is asked to Sam Altimbre, commander of post, so that adequate food can be made. Tiny and Bettye Sue, went to Hearne last Tuesday to visit the Ross Seale and Clarence Franklin families. Tiny and, Bettye Sue remained for a longer visit with their aunts and uncles. Armstrong and Roger Moss of Five Points visited Melvin Bowman one night last week. Mr.s. Marvin Horn and Mrs. Sam Rice accompanied by Mrs. H. P. Moss, Jr. of Five Points drove to Hearne last Thursday, where they joined Mrs. Dawn Duncan, Mrs. Varner and Mrs. B. F. Knight of. Franklin and continued continued *oii to Calvert to spend the after- noqii in the home of Mrs. Clyde 'Eaton; Ihjeywere joined there by Mrs. also of- Calvert and prepared prepared 1948 yearbooks for the H. D. Clubs of Robertson county. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Haygood of near Bryan visited Gus Bade, the Rices and Rambos Friday afternoon. Misses Mildred Miller and Ruth Brock of Wheelock visited their cousin, cousin, Mrs. Henry Bowman, one day last v/eek. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rambo and children, children, Bert and Sammie Ruth, stopped The J. T. White farm near Hearne j by Sunday afternoon for a short visit delivered this week a Brahman bull to and Mrs. H. E. Harkins of Illinois, visited Wednesday her brother, K. L. Harkins, Harkins and family. Aubrey McNeel and son, their farm near Abilene. Two bull yearlings were delivered to J. R. Parten, Parten, Houston oil man and fine cattle dealer. White now has approximately 140 head of registered Brahman cattle cattle on his farm and makes deliveries of his sales throughout the state. with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Bowman of Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reese and children, children, Clarence, Pat and Jacqueline this is done he too will have a Private Pilot's Certificate. Wednesday at 0:45 a. m., Leslie Lloyd Henderson made his first solo flight. Did a right good job of it and enjoyed it immensely. Curtis Knight Ward is slated for his solo flight this evening also. S. D. Moss, who received his Private Private Certificate at Hondo has been flying at this field for several weeks. Does a right nice job of it, too. He is planning on enrolling in a commercial course soon. Other students currently enrolled and in various stages of their training training are Dude Crowder, Robert M. Green, -Rayburn King, Estes-E.- Marshall Marshall (Franklin), Peno Anthony Perrone, Perrone, G. J. Reistino, W. P. Scamardo and Lane Lloyd Caldwoll. Al Lajoie no longer owns the Red Terror. He sold it last week to Joseph Joseph Corpora, so hereafter he will not be responsible for keeping day sleepers sleepers awake, etc. From this date on the cussings all belong to J,oe. Somehow it was circulated that Peno Pen-one had quit flying but this he strongly denied and he has boon flying regularly to prove it. He says that we may say "Peno Rides Again." Joe Gibson (Calvert) has been flying again during the past month. He is UNDER (Texas Weekly Permanent Texas during accurately reported business leaders "Business Week" in the southwest The decline income has revolution in farming indefinitely, Greater means fewer tenants and Population the agricultural readily absorbed expanding the oil refineries Population skyrocketed, and as a the first time urban than Production of which has fortunes reflected Of Houston, cities. Forecasting the article prosperity for emphasis on increased In the field out that the lies in further manufacturing to chemicals which bestowed. "Mr. More than don't know congressman, the this week. cross-section "Do you recall congressman," 43 did not know wrong. Another and Johann plan to have Wednesday j ready for his CAA check ride too. for Illinois to spend their' vacation with Mrs. Reese's father, Mr. Elridge. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Acker were in Fort Worth the first part of the week to attend sessions of the State Pharmaceutical Pharmaceutical convention. Mrs. W- A. Lynn is spending the week in Goose Creek with Mr. and Mrs. Mercer Bussa. Misses Tiny and Betty Sue McLain McLain of Benchley spent thy past week Freddie Moss is going through the I with Mr. and Mrs. Rows Seale and Mr. clinic at Torbett Sanitarium in Mar-! and Mrs. C. B. Franklin. On Tuesday left Thursday for Carlsbad i lin, where he was received on Thurs- and other New Mexico points | clay. His mother, Mrs. Locke Moss, is relatives. Iwith him. of Mr. and Mrs. Seale had as guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Goodman Goodman of Houston. Today's mail brought a special invitation invitation to be a guest at the dedication dedication of the Brenham Municipal Airport on August 14th. They have an excellent excellent program beginning at 2:00 p. in. end ending at 1:00 a. m. the next day. This includes a barbecue at 7:00 p. m. and a dance from 9:00 til 1:00. Looks like they are going to do it up in pink. M. A. McPeters left in his Taylor- Craft Monday, returning to bin home I in Raymondville. He has bec-n buying watermelons in this territory during the past month and uses his plane quite a bit and says it saves him both poll investigators congressman aid to Greece Indicated that voters hadn't record, as they answered members of supported this Texan Named Congressman appointed by Joe Martin vacancy on the Atomic Energy the resignation Thomason. regarded as one of Congress, as from the U. Commission, and atomic State disagreeable job the results last week he highly Governor Jester Conservation Board. He declared nation" in manner in k'-pt. It has timu and money. H. II. Ogle, flying policeman from | s j nce its Shreveport, La. was a visitor at the fluid on Tuesday arid again Wednesday. Wednesday. He is finishing a comm«:rciiil {course with a (il flight school and was doing his cross country. C. E. Moses Hew up from Victoria Infant DOUBLE — Wendall and | above, front row, left to right, are i ton. Back row, Howard and Harold Williams, front row, right, I Victor Randel, sponsor; Alma Loyce j Jacobson, Granite Falls, Minn.; Elvin (July 31st for a pow-wow with S. 15. Jones. He was flying a Swift and was only 05 minutes in getting here. Arthur E. Archer of Baytown IK getting to be a regular visitor at the field. He flies a Cessna 1-10 and brags i that he can make it here and not get lost. Last trip he was showing his new metal prop which he says makes the ship perform much better than the wood prop did. Mr. _Vaughn, Training Officer for VA, will be at the airport Aug. 15th to meet all the GI students at 7:30 p. m. o Mrs. J. C. Searcy of Lufkin and Mrs. John Reed of Marlin have returned returned to Marlin after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Taylor. Hearne representatives in the " and Bett y J °y ce Knox > Crockett; Ruth Praytor, El Campo; Osia Walker, an d Mr. and Gause have and friends children, a ast weekend. Funeral were held Rev. E. H. rites and charge of cemetery. Bell, Trinity; Florence and /league; Alma Howell, Waller, and! ' 4. oi 4. m t, o 11 , , , Houston State Teachers College — V* • TT ^ '„ , ,,, ! ^,i- T T\- i ^ • i, T - i b ! Frances Davis, Huntsville, and Wen-;011ie J. Dickey, Maydelle. Jimmy and Club, numbering seven sets of da n and Kendall Williams. Center, Johnny Crdckett, five-year-old Hunts- and four half-sets. Pictured j Winton and Quinton Lawrence, Grove- j ville mascots, are in front. Mrs. W. T. WheelesB, Mrs. W. S. Hoyt, Jr., Mrs. R. N. McGuire, Mrs. G. Pennington and Mrs. Ella Jones were in Easterly Sunday for funeral services held for Joe Smith. Social A Social Security Chamber Hearne on it has been Hearne and business or operation Survivor's contact this I o'clock that

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  1. The Hearne Democrat,
  2. 08 Aug 1947, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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