mrs. w.b. barnes article 5/14/56

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for easy foi was so impressed that he wrote poem, "Uidct argento domus,' which means the house laughcc with silver. Rinse Bleach Rinse bleached clothing mor oughly because any bleach that remains remains in the fabric continues its action and may weaken fibers. To Cool Cookies A wire rack with feet that holds it up from the table is recommend ed for cooling cakes and cookies because it allows the air to circu late under the baked products am keeps them from becoming soggy Mrs. W. B. Barnes Visits Sons Here Mrs. W. B. Barnes of Hubbard spent Mothers Day weekend with her three sons, Charles W., John A. and E. D., of Abilene. She stayed stayed with Charles in his new home at 318 Riverside Dr. Accompanying her were two (laughters and their husbands, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Ncely and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sheppard, and a daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. K. Barnes of Fort Worth. Also present present for the occasion was diaries' daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pritchcft and Debry of San Antonio. Mrs. Barnes was born Octivine Annie Armstrong In Jasper County, County, Sept. 3, 1W.1. She married W. !!. Barnes in Hill County, March 22, 1882. They had seven children. Her husband died June 2fi, 1M7. Her grandfather, George Washington Washington Srnythe, was one of t h i signers of the Declaration of Tex- Independence anil a member of the Mrd United Suit* Congrew. MRS. W. B. RAItlVKS , present for Mother's Day . »uff ph

Clipped from Abilene Reporter-News14 May 1956, MonPage 4

Abilene Reporter-News (Abilene, Texas)14 May 1956, MonPage 4
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