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 - THE NEWS KATY, TEXAS, FRIDAY,August 10, 1935...
THE NEWS KATY, TEXAS, FRIDAY,August 10, 1935 PERSONALS SUPLEMENT TO THE liROOKSIHKE TIMES Mr. and Mrs. Bcnnie Stan- shiry and family of Louisiana, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peck. Oliver and Howard Wilkinson were Houston visitors Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. Ira Southard and Mrs. Elizabeth Gerth went to Houston last week. Mis Gerth stayed and had her tonsils removed. Mrs. Lewis Patili, Mrs. Lois Patili, Mrs. A. E. Thompson, Mrs. Geo. Vaughan and baby took dinner with Mrs. Alvis Evans of Houston Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Morrison, and cihldren left the first of this week on a vacation trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stockdick were Houston visitors last Friday. Mrs. L. E. Morrison entertained a group of ladies with a bridge party. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson of Richmond were visiting Miss Wilkinson and mother neon. Mr. Rucker was known here by a number of friends. His wife had recently spent several weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. Cora Burris Weller. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stock- dick were Houston visitors last Friday. Miss La Verne Hoyt has been spending several days with Miss Ann Wilkinson. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stock- dick and children left on a vacation trip to the Davis Mountains and Phoniez, Arizona. Mr. W. F. Sorrells has been taking treatments for his leg at Houston. Lewis B. Quarles, pastor of the Katy Baptist Church, is visiting in Fort Worth and! Azle, Texas, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vaughan are having a new roof put on their house. A large crowd attended the baptizing at the Baptist church last Wednesday night. Rev. Quarles baptized seven. Miss Zeta Mae Poorman celebrated her ninth birthday with a party Tuesday afternoon with thirty guests present. We much regretted the sad news telegramed Mr. C. L. Baird Monday of Mrs. W. N. Ruckers death in Oklahoma •.Qity, Oklahoma, Sunday after- T^ day. Mrs. M. J. Tucker has had a new roof put on her homo this week. She is also remodeling the inside. pital in Houston this past week. We extend our sympathy. Master Don Morrison spent several days last week with Master Merle I). Freeman. The Katy Bridge Club was entertained last Thursday night by Carey Pitts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Morrison. Mrs. Ben Miller of Brookshire visited her mother, Mrs. J. F. McCaig last week. Miss Wiima Jano Hood visited Miss Jessie Southard several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wilkinson visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Darnell last Sunday. Mrs. Jno. Glover is in a hospital in Houston for treatment. Mrs. Lewis Quarles is visiting friends in Houston this week. Little Betty Ethel Byrom was bitten by a dog at Oscar Kemp's place Sunday. The dog's head has been sent in for examination. Rev. F. W. Lammert of Cypress visited his daughter, Miss Olivia Lammert Thursday. Mrs. L. B. Hart and daughter of Epsom Downs visited the Longenbaugh family over the week end. _ Mr. and Mis. Pat Swo<ren- tinsky and family of Fairbanks visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weinmann Sunday. Misses Helen and Edna P.eck- cndorff of Houston spent th-> Iweek end here with her par- fents, Mi: and Mrs. M. A Hcck- endorfT. Mrs. L. E. Morrison and daughter, Joyce, were having dental work done in Hou.slon Friday. About forty-five young peo- : pie, chaperoned by Mrs. J. E. i AIcGatighey, motored to Rich- J mond Saturday evening 1 on a j swimming party and picnic I lunch on their way home. METHODIST NEWS Ilf-v. J. E. McGatighy, Pastor^ We are gird to report that our church school and church attendances arc holding up in ( a remarkable way. Our church I school runs from 140 to 160 each Sunday. The church crowd (Continued on Page S) Mrs. Bessie Ballard Baher of Mrs. Dick Bean and dau"h- Addicks, who has been here ters of Burnett, who have been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j spending several weeks at the H. B Ballard for several weeks, i Elmer Stockdick home, return- last her infant baby at the hos- ed to their home this week Fo dr.-' from cellar to garret. Trial bottle, irea. Fri:« .Siivciwnrc Caitncate ivickfd with e.'ii'h buttle. "% ucuw Vi'.f5:-:p COSPC * Bu?1alo, H. Y. •armir '^-^i^uBmmf^mmmtmm Cotton Worm Poison Paris Green AND Arsenate of Lead Public Dru& Store «*C7

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  1. The Brookshire Times,
  2. 16 Aug 1935, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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