Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas on February 3, 1939 · Page 7
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Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas · Page 7

Corsicana, Texas
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Friday, February 3, 1939
Page 7
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iTOCHMEN RECEIVE SETTER PRICES FOR SALES IN DENVER DENVER, Feb. 2.—(ff)—Heartened by generally better prices brought by fat stock gold this year at the National Western show, stockmen put 86 carloads of feeder stock up for auction today and expected them to bring an average of $2,600. The feeder auction, one of the most Important of tho annual show, brought stock fatteners here from most of the corn belt states. Because of improved prices, stockmen were predicting total sales at the National . Western would reach $3,000,000. The 60 Hereford breeding bulls told Tuesday for $42,600—Including Colorado Domino 697th for $4,600—will be shipped to . 13 states. They will go to Improve herds in Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Kansas, Iowa, Montana, Nebraska, North and South DaHo- ta, Maryland and Kentucky. The average prlco for 17 cars of hogs, $8.03 a hundred-weight, was a drop from last year's, $9.06 average, but buyers paid an average of $11.04 for 12 carloads of fat cattle, compared with $8.50 last ' year, and $9.94 for 16 carloads of sheep, compared wlt,h $9.18 last year. Dick Griffith, Tempe, Ariz., won the Brahma steer riding contest News of County Home Demonstration Clubs Fursley <f-H Club. 'We should havo 200 feet of green or yellow vegetables for each member of tho family," said Mrs. C. M. Payne, sposor, to the Fursley 4-H club girls Thursday, Jan. 26, 1939 at tho school building. Some of the green vegetables are greens, beet tops, lettuce, spinach and green beans. Somo yellow ones are yellow turnips, carrots and yellow beans," continued Mrs. Payne. As most of the girls know the kinds of vegetables planted by their mothers, they are look- Ing forward to an easy time In planning their gardens. Somo of the girls told which goals they had decided on. How to answer tho roll call for next meeting was also discussed. Those present were: Beth Finch, Gene Shell, Kettle Brown, Louise Pearson, Louise Gunn, Lometa Lasley, Settle Gunn, Jera Burns. Rosemary Cooper, Blllie Heliums, Gnett Benfleld, Dall Lasley, Addie Taylor, Joan Lnsley, Opal Gunn, Mazelle Mahonoy, Bobble Brim, Blllie Stiles and Vera Cooper. —Reporter, CLOSER CHECK ON TAX FREE GASOLINE BY COUNTY MOTORS at the rodeo-horse show last night i tor the second consecutive night. I Hoyt Hefner, Wichita Falls, Tex. waa second. Hefner won the bareback event. Heavy Henson, Red Lodge, Mont., bulldogged his steer In pthc best time of 8.4 seconds, nub Whlteman, Clarksvllle, Tex., and Jlmmle NeSbltt, Nowata, Okla., tied for second. _ Windshield Wiper Service Don't take chances while It Is raining, tf your windshield wiper does not work, drive to us, we can repair It. Our prices are very reasonable. TAYLOR MAGNETO HOUSE Closer check- and. better reports for the securing of gaaollno tax refund on the fuel used In road work in the four commissioners precincts of Navarro county Is anticipated with the Inauguration of a new system by the four commls sioners. Effectlvo Immediately, books will bo furnished the operators of each piece of gasoline-powered machinery whereby., tho amount of gasoline used during each day will be noted and tho number of hours work done by each machine. Tho state refunds tho gasoline tax on tho fuel used In road construction to the road and bridge fund and is a considerable Item. Considerable difficulty recently waa experienced by the commissioners when the state authorities turned down applications for refunds for certain months because .the reports were not exactly In accordance with the state requirements for such reports, Tho use of the new blanks and records as ordered and printed Is calculated to prevent the recurrence of such a condition on the refund problem. — Corporation Court. One charge of Int6xlcation, one of running over a stop sign, and one of blocking a aldewvlk brought offenders Into the Corsicana Corporation Court Thursday morning. Two persons were arrested by city officers Wednesday night and placed In Jail for further Investigation. Byrd Independent Girls Winners Over Currie Girls 28-23 In tho YMCA basketball games played Wednesday night at the YMCA the Byrd Independent girls' team defeated the Currie girls 28-23. In thi second game of tho evening tho Byrd school girls defeated Navarro 44-26. Garron of the Independent Byrd team was hlh scorer with a total of 15 points. In the Byrd school game Marsh registered 21 points for scoring honors and B. Armstrong was second with 18 points. The Powell boys and. Kerens boys teams have officially entered tho championship tournament, C. F. Broughton, YMCA physical dl-' rector, has announced. Checker Players Met Monday Night For'Weekly Games An enthusiastic crowd of checker devotees reported at the YMCA Monday night for tho regular weekly meeting of the checker club, C. C. Sands head of the club, has announced. Mr, Sands has stressed the fact that the meeting Is open to everyone and that there are no club dues or formal organization. Membership In the YMCA is not required. Plans are underway for another lively meeting Monday night, Mr. Sands aald. A chill supper Is being planned, 1. said. More Baby Chicks Are Fed Red Chain Chick Starter every year. It gives better results. Distributed By McCOLPIN GRAIN COMPANY ' Telephone 470. I i C Suede Shoes Must Go Open Joe-Heeless, Pumps, Oxfords, Suede Trim, Lastex Suede, Suede and Patent Combination, Suede and Kid Combination All One Price $250 Per Pair # • $5.95 To $11.50 Grades Big 4 Shoe Store Co. ILLEGAL TRAFFIC IN NARCOTICS ALLEGED IN OHIO PRISON COLUMBUS, O., Fob. On trail of what state welfare director Charles L. Sherwood said was Illegal traffic in narcotics and liquor within Ohio penitentiary, Warden James C. Woodard launched an Investigation today. The director told Woodard during a conference late yosteray the "muss" must be cleaned up or ho would lose his job, "I have definite evidence of the traffic," Sherwood declared later. "This Is no reflection upon the Integrity of Warden Woodard, and I havo complete confidence that ho will bn ablo to clean up tho mess." William F. Amrlne, newly appointed superintendent of corrections, was assigned to assist in the Inquiry. Sherwood said he had learned that In addition to narcotics and liquor traffic, special favors wore being purchased by some convicts "from guards who are not loyal to their warden." Information given him In affidavits nnd statements by former and present employes of tho prison led to his demand for a cleanup, Sherwood (mid. FORMER CORSICANA RESIDENT DIED IN CALIFORNIA JAN. 26 Word was received this morn- Ing from Mrs. Will H. Murphy of San Francisco, Calif., telling of the death of her husband, Capt. Will H. Murphy, former resident of this city and captain of tho National Guard. Mr. Murphy, who has been 111 (or several years, and was forced to give up his shoe business In San Francisco, passed away Thursday, January 26, and his remains were cremated Saturday, by request, following a private funeral service. He Is survived by his wlf e and son, Merle Murphy, and two grandchildren, Bob and Helen Murphy. The many Corsicana friends of Capt. and Mrs. Murphy join in extending sincere sympathy to the bereft family. ADDITIONAL BOYS REGISTERED FOR CONFERENCE HERE The local delegation list has been closed, but all names have not been turned In yet for registration, the following names since the last report in tho Sun Wednesday have been added to the local registration for the Older Boys conference. James Wilkinson, Kenneth Roxburgh, Frenchie Huff, Ralph Knight, Tom Castles, E. B. Dawson, Jr., Louis Hashop, Jr., John Ray PInltston, Billy H. Patrick, Elmo Bell, Kenneth Allison, John Wheelock, John Hastings, Tom McPherson, Johnnie Garltty, Bobby Dew, Sonny Travis, Tommy West, Ben Blackmon, Albert James, Lloyd Sharpley, William Mayfleld, Wesley Sharpley, A. D. McMullln, Paul Turner, Charles Johnston, Joe Dean Fox, Sylvan Brusteln, Homer Pace, John Davis, James Edwin Fortson, Joe Terry. IRS. tf. R. R1TTER BURIED SAUTRDAY DRESDEN CEMETERY Funeral services were held Saturday, Jan. 28, at 3 o'clock at Dresden cemetery for Mrs. Willie Rufus Rltter, 77, widow of the late J. M. Rltter of Dawson and surrounding community. Mrs. Rlt- ter was the daughter of Dr. and Mra, Rufus Sherrard of Monroe, La. After the death of Dr. Sherrard, Mrs. Sherrard and daughter came to Texas and In 1883 taught school near Frost, Texas. She Is survived by one sister, Mrs. Ida Thrift of Qultman, La, twenty-one grandchildren, nine great grandchildren and seven children, Mrs. G. C. French, Bristol, Mrs. C. A. Spain, Mrs. Jim Hagle, and Rows Rltter, Trinidad; Mrs. Oarl Tucker, Corsicana, John Rltter, Oakwood, and Bar] Rltter, Dawson. District Court. Introduction of evidence in the case of the State of Texas vs. Sherman Lee O'Neal, charged by ndlotmcnt with driving a car whlln Intoxicated, Is scheduled In the dlstrot court Thursday afternoon. A defense moton for a continuance due to the absence of witnesses wa* denied Wednesday afternoon by Judge Wayne R. Howell. The Jury was selected Wednesday afternoon. District Clerk's Office. The following case was filed: Nick Dauat vs. Elizabeth Daust, divorce, Probate Court. Application for the probate of the will of Mrs. Mamie R. Brillhart, deceased, was filed. Application for the administration of the estate of Chan. A. Davis, ha* been filed. Courthouse News At K. WOLENS^^^-^^^ Big Fabric Department Spring Parade of COTTONS Sheriff* OfUco. L. H. Lucan, 012 East Third avenue, reported a Sift-pound boar was stolen from his premises Wednesday night or early Thursday morning. Warranty Deed*. The First State Bank of Corsicana, Texas, to D. T. Nicholson, lots 15 and 18, block 625-D, Corsicana, $700. Frances G. Jester to Annie Buchanan West, a lot In block 10, Corsicana, $125. Mineral Deed. B. E.vNottles to W. J. Tramel, l-B2nd Interest In 6 acres of the John Duncan survey, Jl. Justice Court. Four were fined on overloading charges, one for theft and one for swindling with a worthless check before Judge A. E. Foster. E. (Buddy) Lcgcln was bound over to the grand jury on bond or $750 on a charge of assault with Intent to murder In connection with the alleged shooting of Walter Rice, Jan. 30, In East Corsicana, Both Legeln and Rice are negroes, officers said. One was fined for overloading and another for drunkonesx by Judge Pat Goraughty, PERMANENT COUNTY INFANTILE PARALYSIS UNORGANIZED Permanent organization of a Navarro .county Infantile paralysis unit to co-operate with the National Foundation Is expected to be perfected at a meeting Friday afternoon In the basement of the post office here when repre sontatlves from Corsicana and Navarro county meet at * o'clock for the final check-up of the campaign waged during the past week, A. A. Allison, county chairman, stated Thursday that it Is expected the campaign will net ibout $500 when the final check Is made. He urged everyone engaged In this work to make their final report Immediately so that the final check can be made by Friday afternoon. Reports have been received from 01 of the 100 Corsicana high school girls with the dime cards. Those reporting since the final list carried Include Patricia Borg, Jeanette Purlfoy, Cora Blandlng, Mary Ruth Morton Ruth Elaine Golden, Pearl Gordon, Robbie English, Kathryn Phillips, Blllie Lou Hllburn, Bertha Farmer, Doris M. Brown Ruby Griffith, Tula Johnapolus Elizabeth Paschal and Sue. Frances Gordon. Do Your Rooms need "new life?" Give your homo a beauty treatment — rejuvenate und brighten up every room with beautiful new wall paper! See our large stock of tha newest patterns and designs today! A. \V. LEVEMANN ft CON. Easy, convenient, Cheap - • Jusi Phono Tour Want Ad to 163. Try us once, for your Permanent w » Y e or Manicure, In fact any line of beauty Work. We guarantee to please. 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