COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1932 AND NEW-By Lame Bode A 8£AN 56 56 INCHE9 WAS GROWN ON THE FttRffl OF H.t.Sudderh, Norcross, WALDO CHAMBERLAIN OROV6 A GOL? BAU 650 VARPS... off Pinnacle Peak, J Washington. EfPl'fAPH OM (Y1193 1-ONO- AM ENOUGH flCfRESS WHO WAS SHORf IN Officials Returns Contested Co. Races For Representative— Judge Goodman 1578, Prof. Thompson Thompson 1343. For County Judge— Claude B. Carter 1770, Joe Y. McNutt McNutt 1270. For Sheriff- Box 5 If), Nickelsun 800, Burns 70S, Sanclifer .152, Scott 552. For Tax Collector— Holder, ( J79, Blackmon 2035. For Tax Asessor— White 1890, McMillan 11 W. For County Treasurer— Mrs. Fntzer 1508, Mrs. Rambo 14-M. For County Attorney— Tyson M28, Grace 16-10. For County Clerk— Rambo M30, Do Marct 1617. For Commissioner, Free. 2— H. P. Hill 330, John H. Mos.s '255, Elmer Stubbs 1.4.1. Sexton at Norwood Off For a Time Funeral Services Mrs. R. C. Held Funeral services for Howard Echols, wife who died in the Bryan Sunday night at 11:20, the Baptist church at 10 o'clock. Rnverend Bullock, pastor of the officiated in funeral rites, Revelations, Psalms "In my Father's House mansions: if it were not told you, I go to you." Taking these references as basis, he and comfort to the and family circle of "Rock of Ages," and "It is Well With hymns wung by the service. J.| B. Creed, of the Home, was in charge at Norwood cemetery. Annette Howard at Whceloek March her parents, Mr. and Howard, continued residence until eight years ago moved to Hearne.