AE Tate Visiting his mother
ABRA By A. L, Moring Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Coleman and daughters, Fay, Juanita and Doris, visited relatives in Mern- ihis, Sunday. D. A. Tate is slightly improved after several weeks illness. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Laycock, Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Breeding were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Huelyn Huelyn Laycock, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Davis of Mineral Wells are visiting Mrs. Mildred Davis this week. Mrs. R. W. Coleman visited with Mrs. Wayne Laycock, Saturday, j A. E. Tate returned Sunday! from Madill, Oklahoma, where In- has been visiting his mother. The party given by Miss Ruth Hess, Friday evening, was enjoyed by everyone present. U. T. Smith transacted business in Shamrock, Tuesday.