Gail Residents Plan Celebration David Dorwards Will Be Honored At Homecoming SNYDER, April 18 (Special) — More than 500 persons will gather a; Gail, county seat of Borden County, Sunday for "Dorward Day," a homecoming celebration in honor of Mr. and Mrs, David Dorward. The Dorwards, who have lived , at Gail during their entire 52 years i of married life and both lived there before their marriage, are known as Borden's most beloved couple. Houston Church Will Be Scene Of Vows BROWNFIELD, April 18 (Special)—Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 0. Trisler of Houston are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Caryl Jean, to Homer Irvin Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer W. Nelson, of Brownfield. Vows will be read on June 6 in the Bethany Christian Church in Houston. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Brownfield High i School and attended Baylor University before entering the Air Dorward operates a drug store in Gail, a town of about 200 residents, and provides service to the people with the only telephone, the only one in the entire county when it was installed in 1918. His store is the hub of all Borden county activities. Celebration Begins At Church A large group is making arrangements for the celebration, which will begin Sunday morning m *• with, services in the First Methodist Church at Gail, of which Mrs. Dorward has been Sunday school superintendent since 1918. The services will be followed by a barbeque, and a program will be htJd at the new Gail High School Sunday afternoon. District Judge E. A. Bills of Littlefleld will be main speaker at the program. Attending the celebration will be many of the 1,200 persons who lived in Gail during the 1918-20 boom period, when there were mure people in that town than tnere now are in the whole county. Dorward became a pharmacist after studying at home from books Ubtwck, (Ttx.V, Avfllmcfc*-Jou*ri. SIR., April If, WS fee. IV. MR. AJfD. SIRS. DAVID DORWARD Beloved Borden County Couple Douglas-Kizer Vows Will Be Saturday Forces. He is now a student of )flnt him bv a wholesaler. pharmacy at the University of Houston, After their marriage, the couple will be at home in Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kizer of O'Donneil announce thjs..approach- ing marriage of their daughter, Miss Lahonda Kizer, 1305 Ave. N, and George Douglas, 1419 Ave. N, son of M r. and Mrs. E. C. Douglas of Merkel. The ceremony will be perform- j ing. Miss Kizer is employed at Southwestern Bell Telep hone Company. Her fiance is employed by the Lubbock News Agency. Oswald Beard of Annes, Eng-1 e land, says he drinks 90 cups of i 5 tea a day. Sweden's new meet only phosponis plant O ! the _..., Saturday at S p. m. at Pioneer ] country's demands and additional cups of i Memorial Methodist Church with i facilities are being planned, Stock- the Rev. Wallace Kirby official- holm reports.