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 - TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 30. 1940 is I LOCKER By...
TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 30. 1940 is I LOCKER By LINDT District Deputy Grand Master J. U. Baker of San Saba visited the Masonic • lodge j here Saturday' night and 1 made an .impressive talk. The members and visitors present were serve?! Ice cream and cake. The lodge voted to' join Richland Springs in a joint picnic and installation of officers in June. i Gladys Shaw is at home from San Angelo. , .' . Mrs. Fred .Wallace was marked on the sick list Sunday. Cemetery working. Thursday. Rev. Hardt filled his appointment here Sunday afternoon. Howard Parks was a. business visitor visitor in San Saba Tuesday. A squirrel dinner was served in the home of Walter Shaw and fam- iJy on that day. Mrs. Howard Parks and children were present to enjoy the occasion, but the writer failed to learn anyone else. Quite a few peach trees have been ordered taken up by government agricultural agricultural men. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Loftin Linn, and wishing them many happy years of 'married life. _ Locker has been visited with a nice rain. Everything looks prosperous prosperous anl we are all very thankful indeed. Oats are better than predicted. predicted. s Yes sir, Lindy enjoyed the writing of "Pickin's on the Correspondents' Picnic." Here's hoping she come again and writes more often. George Johnson and pretty nev w_ife from Spring Creek were recen visitors of the mother, Grandm Johnson, in the home of R. A. Tay lor. Congratulations to the newly weds, and wishing them a long an happy life. Mrs. Marion Reavis is in the horn of her daughter near San Saba. Sh is convalescing. Her many friend are made glad. Mrs. Sam Hickman has movei from R. S. back to Locker. She am Mrs. Ebb Shaw are living togethe: in the Snyder house. Key Bradley and family of Brown wood were visiting a few clays wit! the sisters. Mrs. Rock and Joe Stan 3ee and Mrs. Denver Shaw. Henry Barnett and family hav been helping with the nursing; of hi grandmother, Mrs. Florence Barnet at. Milburn. Nobody hungry at Locker. v are all having plenty of vegetables milk and butter, eggs and friec chicken galore, besides having ber ries, green grape and algerita pie Old fashioned cobblers are fine and

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  1. The San Saba News and Star,
  2. 06 Jun 1940, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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