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l>T^ I in" THE CORSICANA SEMI-WEEKLY LIGHT. TUESDAY,'FEBRUARY 7, 1939. THREE ^POLICEMAN SLAIN \BY FUGITIVE FROM A,, PAIOPINTO JAIL TOURIST CAMP AT BROWNWOOD SCENE GUN BATTLE; POSSE MAKING SEARCH STEPHENVILLE, Feb. 3. •A badly wounded gunman sought as the slayer of Policeman Jack Fusion in a Brownwood tour>, ist cabin early today was captured by a posse between Dublin and Stephenville at noon, when he leaped from a car and atlempled lo flee in Ihlck brush. Deputy Sheriff Ed Hassler said the man, believed to be William Thomas Haley, Jr., fugitive from the Palo Pinto jail, was wounded in the arms and legs. Hassler said the man had commandeered an automobile at Dublin several minutes earlier and forced a youth to drive him towards Stephenville. Hassler headed a posse which flushed the man on the highway and captured him as he fled Into C. E. Jordan's house near the xVreen's creek community, f The capture climaxed a chase 'In which more than a hundred heavily armed possemen scoured highways and byroads In Brown, Comanche and Erath counlles af- \ tor the early morning slaying of t Fusion at a tourist camp on the outskirts of Brownwood. Fusion, a rookie policeman, was questioning Ihe suspect. There were a score of men In the posse which finally closed with tho fugitive, who had abandoned one stolen automobile at Dublin and there, at pistol point, held up a youth whose name was given as Watson. The bandit crawled to ajS'iont fender of the automobile art! told Watson to drive him out "of town on 'state rlghway No. 10. No shots were exchanged as the >, suspect was captured, and he was • hustled back to Brownwood. A woman companion of the fugitive, who told officers at Brownwood she was his wife, said she and her husband left Dallas at FINALS ARE SLATED DARRY GYM COURT SATURDAY EVENING SEMI-FINAL CONTESTS ARE SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON BAKRY, Feb. 4.— (Spl.) —Emhouse clashes with Powell and Pursley opposes Navarro in the semi-finals gue semi-finals with winners to meet for m. yesterday en route Antonio. She said she at a Dallas 8:30 p. to San had been working barber shop. BASKETDALL REACHES CRUCIAL STAGE MOST SECTORS™ WEEK OF TEN MAJORGROUPS ONLY EASTERN AND SOUTHWEST ARE UNDEFEATED Kerens Music Club Host to Pioneers; Chinese Luncheon KERENS, Feb. 4.—(Spl.)— The Pioneer Literary club of Kerens was honored In an especially lovely manner on Wednesday, Feb. 1, when the Kerens Music Club entertained the club as a whole/on their guest day. The meeting held in the beautiful home of Mrs. Charles Reese, which was made oven more inviting for the occasion by the use of masses of spring narcissi, violets, growing vines and zinnias, in all their gorgeous hues, was not only enjoyable but very worthwhile. Hand-done programs were miniature grand pianos in booklet form, Inside which the following program was listed: Funeral March (B Minor Sonata Chopin Mrs. R. H. Mays Book Review: "Lena Geyer".. .Marela Davenport "Alda" (Triumphal March). .Vcrdl Mrs. C. J. Hall These numbers, all exquisitely rendered, were received with full appreciation, The review of the life of the fa mous singer and musician was presented by Mrs. Barlow with such finished technique that she was acclaimed one of Kerens' outstanding book reviewers. The musical motif was further carried out, with a large black note stlckup In the serving of date cake a la mode, which was passed al the conclusion of the program. Clilncso Luncheon. KERENS, Feb. 4—(Spl.)—Mrs. M. O. Cheek entertained a group of friends with a delightful Chinese luncheon and spend the day party on Friday, Feb. 3. The home, with Its many beautiful rugs, lamps, pictures, vases, linens, China and other objects of art, all from either China or Japan, where the Cheek family spent several years recently, was the per- fot setting for an authentic Chinese luncheon. Places were laid for 12 at the long table which held as Its centerpiece a huge wooden tray of fruit, wlthoul which no Chinese meal is complelc. Japanese lacquer cups of salted nuts, hand- painted rice bowls of whole-grained rice, chop sticks, and tea were in place before each guest, while the eggs, pork, sukyakl, bean sprouts, chop suey sauce and soy sauce were served from gorgeous Chinese bowls. Since Wednesday, Feb. 1, had been Mrs. Cheek's birthday, the .. guests took advantage of the f act | Boyd 1 and presented her with many j Slrman 0 lovely remembrances. — The afternoon hours were spent with sewing, crocheting, rug making, quilt piecing and any number of varieties of feminine handiwork. Present were Mrs. A. L. Bain, Mrs. W. L. Bain, Mrs. Robert Tyus, Mrs. E. H. Norton, Mrs. E. C. Hess, Mrs. Lee Couch, Mrs. Carrie McKInncy, Mrs. Pat Murphrey. Mrs. Andrew McClung, Mrs. C. W. White, Mrs. Bob Ford, Mrs. Ford Ivey and tho hostess. Courthouse News District Court. District Judge Wayne R. Howell Saturday morning was preparing his charge In the trial of indictment with driving a car while intoxicated. Evidence was concluded Friday afternoon. HOUSE PASSES BILL FOR BORROWING OF PENSION FUNDS MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME THE CORSICANA DAILY SUN DAILY PATTERN Sherman Lee ^O'Neal, charged by j MEASURE AUTHORIZING BOR" J ~" " "" ROWING.$900,000 APPROVED OVERWHELMINGLY District Clerk's Office. The following case was filed: Frances Johnson vs. Raleigh (Buck) Johnson, divorce. The AUSTIN, Feb. 3.—(#)— A bill authorizing the old pension administration to borrow an additional f , i me *Jeiilrai A UAU.B vjiuuei y tw uwiAv/fT *.*" M«V--« here Saturday afternoon m company vs . o . L. Higgins, ap-: §900,000 to meet a finan- i 1-* T .. 1 . I 1 1.1 _ I 1~-1 «._^. T.. _(.!««. n^n^t- T3wa_ ,V vvv i vvv "-' ., class B Interscholastic lea- P^/^^^^1^! cial 'e m e r g e n c y sailed I through the house today on the the title Saturday night at 0 o'clock. Emmett advanced to the finals in the C tournament and will oppose the survivor of the Ploketl, Bazelle and Curry conlesls. Following are the box scores reported In the tournamenls Ihus far: CLASS B TOURNAMENT. Second Round. Emhouse (37)— Player— fg « fls pts Drain 0 0 Stokes 0 1 Ray 1 Wetzel • • • .1 Breithaupt 2 Stough 0 Harrell 10 Armstrong 0 Totals 14 7 10 37 Rlchland (13)— 0 0 2 3 0 0 3 2 0 I 3 2 6 0 0 23 0 2 Hays .103 McClendon 2 0 Smith 0 0 4 3 Verhyden 0 0 2 Frost 1 2 1 McDanlel 0 0 3 Totals 4 813 13 Powell (3D— Player— fg ft fls pts Holloway 5 2 3 Johnston 0 0 2 Bancroft 6 0 2 .1 1 .1 2 Holloway Tucker'". 0 0 Totals 13 511 31 Mildred (14)— Kent 0 0 Boyd ..... Weerns ................ 0 Cunningham McNceley ---- .......... 0 0 1 1 4 3 .111 2 1 4 ^ , By HUGH S. FUIXBRTON, JR. • •• | NEW YORK, Feb. 6.— (fft— • .' Since is has been clearly proved that tho leaders of even the best basketball conference can take a v,>'''lcking just like any other team, i .f ihere's a crucial game almost •* anywhere you look this week. Of ten major groups, only the eastern intcrcollegialc league and the southwest conference can boast unbeaten leaders. As for the rest, they've lost one or two games apiece and have reached that stage of the season where another sting. Last week's defeat would really program showed how close most of the races are by producing brand new leaders for three leagues—Ohio Stale in tho Big Ten, Georgia in tho • Southeastern conference and Ore' gon In the Northern League of the Pacific Coast conference. Iowa Stale in Iho Big Six and Wake Foresl in the Southern conference dropped from the top olcn 1 Hcrrin 0 ,but managed to scramble again. back cults. Just The rest of last week's leaders held their places but Carnegie Tech, Colorado and Oklahoma Aggies all were beaten for the first time in their respective cir- to start another wild week off right, Ohio State, in the Big Ten, runs smack Into Its closest rival, Indiana, tonight. In the Big Six, Iowa State next Saturday visits Kansas Stale while Missouri and Oklahoma tied for second, clash -at Norman, Okla. Like Carnegie, beaten by Pittsburgh; Colorado, upset by Brigham Young, and Oklahoma A. and M., loppled by the fast-coming Drake learn, there's trouble In slight for those Iwo undefealed furvlvors, Darlmoulh and Southern Methodist. Dartmouth, which barely beat TICKETS ON SALE FOR PIG SUN REVUE ON THURSDAY NIOHT Joel C. Trimble, chairman of the sale of tickets for the Corsicana Dads' Club high school bond benefit performance of the South- weslern Unlverslly "Pig Skin Revue" to be held in the senior high school auditorium Thursday night Feb. 9, has placed these tickels on sale. The tickets will be sold principally by members of the high school band, and prices will be, adults 50 cents and studenls 25 cenls. Mr. Trimble asks . that when the public is called on to purchase these tickets, thai he wanls Ihem to know that in addition lo helping tho high school band that they will get their money's worth in a high-type musical show. Dr. Albert B. Horn, chairman of the band committee of the Dads' Club, has arranged for the members of tho Southweslern University bank to give a program at the meeting of the Rotary Club Thursday, and also a program al the chapel hour of the hlghschoo' the same day. The Corsicana Dads' Club, numbering over two hundred members have endorsed this program and benefit and are anxious for the public to support the min this endeavor. i Yale's lasl-place learn, > against a dangerous runs up Harvard „ outfit Salurday. If the Indians i should lose, Columbia, which plays twice, can tie for Ihe lead. Last week's only game In the dizzy Southwest race saw Baylor drop two decisions to Arkansas and fall from tho lead. Now S. M. U., which hasn't played for two weeks, takes on the revengeful Baylor sophomores and a dangerous Texas team. Children Treated In Freeman Clinic Clyde Hooper and Aubry Crowder were taken to Freeman 'Clinic, Dallas, where they underwent operations, It was reported Saturday by Mrs. H. G. Brown, local representative and member of the board of tho Texas Society for Crippled Children. Clyde Stcclo was also taken to Freeman Ollnlo for treatment, jt Mrs. Brown said. MRS. CHARLIE SMITH DIED IN AMARILLO; BUR1ALJN MONDAY Mrs. Charlie Smith died at her home In Amarlllo at 5 o'clock Saturday morning and funeral sor vices will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon In Amarillo. Mrs. Smith was a former rest dent of Roane and visited there during the Christmas holidays She had been In 111 health severa years. Surviving are her husband, a son, both of Amarillo; her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Frozler Roane; two brothers, Jim Frazie and Vernon Frazler; five sisters Mrs. Allison Jones, Mrs, Harr; Flukar, Mrs. John Bragg, Mrs. W L. Jones and Mrs. Homer Bentley Her mother and sister, Mrs John Bragg, were wllh her at th time of her death. College Games. Arkansas 40, Baylor '36. Wesleyan 59, Trinity 32. : Texas Teachers 42, ary's U, (San Antonio) 32. St. Daniel Baker 28, Southwestern . 19. Texas Tech 56, New Mexico U. ii / I " High School Games, > Corsicana 26, Highland Park (Pallas) 17. t Corsicana 22, Ennis 16. i Texarkana 20, Hooks 18. i Groveton 44, Crockett 35. MAGNOLIA REFINERY COMPLETES 3 YEARS WITHOUT ACC1DEN1 The Magnolia refinery complet ed three full years of operation a midnight Friday night without single loss of time accident, was announced Saturday mornln by C. S. Dickens, manager. Mr. Dickens attributes the ex cellerit record to the safety cam paign that has been conducted b the company over a period o years. Every member of the crew he says, has become safety-minde and are always alert while on th Job. Claud Lyles of Beaumont, safe ty eamaplgh director, will be her Monday and a picture of the en tire crew wil) be made. Totals 3 8 12 14 Pursley (16)— Player— fg ft fls pts ayne 1 0 0 * anze 4 231 'orvell 0 1 1 icrrln 1 0 0 3 4 1 Totals •• 7 5 8 1! Union High (16)— anlrell 0 0 4 loloff 0 0 3 Viley 2 0 0 ohnson 4 2 1 1 Halo ............... 0 Hale ............... 0 0 0 4 9 1 Tolals .............. 6 Navarro (23) — Player— fg fl fls pt andy ................. 3 2 2 rtars, .................. 0 0 1 Doolen ................ 1 0 1 Whltefield ......... ..... 0 0 0 Harvard ............... 4 1 0 innings .............. 0 0 4 Totals .............. 10 3 11 Purdon (9) — Hodges ................ 0 0 0 Tipping ............... 1 0 1 Darden ................ 2 2 4 'armer ................ 0 0 0 ayroc Legatt 0 Totals 3 .002 3 8 FIRST ROUND CLASS B. Emhouse (16)— Player— fg ft f 1? Rich 0 Stokes 0 0 1 1 0 Warranty Deeds. W. J. Green to J. M. Green art of Block 285, Corsicana. $1 nd other considerations. Green Springfield to Palama oleman, Lot 12, Block 1, Book- r Heights Addition, Corsicana, 200 and other considerations. C. E. Frost, ct ux., to Mount •lebo School district No. 78, part f the David White survey, $25. C. L. Keeling, et ux, to Mount . School District No. 78, part f the David White survey $25. Justice Court Three were fined for overload- ng and one for speeding In the ourt of Judge Pat Geraughty. One was fined for overloading, wo for speeding and one fov runkenness by Judge A. E. Fos- Alliron Thanks All Assisting In Recent Campaign A. A. Allison, chairman of the nfantile paralysis campaign dur- ng the past week, Saturday morn- ng expressed his sincere thanks o everyone connected with tho ampalgn, especially the teachers, County Superintendent J. C. Waton, the high school girls, the Cor- itcana Daily Sun and others. "No one could have done this work and reached tho number represented In the donors without tho splendid publicity given us by the ' a vote of 118 to 5. Advocates expressed confidence they could obtain senate approval next week. Reps. H. T. Brown of Jacksonville and Bryan Bradbury of Abilene, co-outhors of the proposal, warned that pension grants would have to be reduced 28 per cent, effective ncxl monlh, unless some- Ihing was done. The present average granl Is $13,80 monthly. The $900,000 would be added to the $1,300,000 the pension organization already owes. Under terms of the bill, tho $1,300,000 would have to be paid back next Jan. 1 and the other on June 1, 1940. Gov. W. Leo O'Danlel's attitude on the bill was not known. He had said he was against borrowing money as a governmental principle, but many leglslalors believed he would approve the proposal because of the emergency. Several advocates of tho bill said they would support new taxes to finance pensions but it would be impossible to pass the taxes and start getting the money from them until late next summer. Don't Wont to Go Home. "I don't want to ever go home for a week end," said Brown, "If we let the already 'low pension grants be cut 28 per cent while we are In session. It's Imperative that wo give the pension fund more tax money but we can't possibly do that by March 1." The bill would permit sale o.' $000,000 In new warrants and resale of the $1,300,000 Issue If an Interest rate lower than the 1.9 per cent now paid to a Dallas bank can be obtained. Bills Introduced In the house, which was the only branch In ses- A FROCK JUNIORS WILL ADORE PATTERN 4048 The latest style-whims for juniors are summed up oh-so-aweotly In this new Anne Adams frock — with yoke, girdle-waist and flared skirt! Cant you just picture your daughter wearing It this spring? Ask her— If she's old cnoiiRlk— if she wouldn't, like to stitch It up for herself. Tho making Is cnsy— simplified by a stop-by-stcp sewing instructor. See how new-looking tho bolero Is whrn In a flowered fabric. Or you might have the frock In print, tho bolero in monotone crepe, matching or contrasting. Another Idea — not shown — Is to have dainty dress yoke, cap sleeves and bolero in ah accent shade that flatters the face! Pattern 4048 Is available In girls' and junior sizes 8, 10, 12, 14 and 18. Size 10, dress, takes 2 1-8 yards 09 Sinch fabric, and bolero, 5-8 yard contrast. Send fifteen scnts (15c) In coins for this Anne Adams pattern. Write plainly size, name, address and style number. Put In your order for Anna Adams latest pattern book of spring styles today! See smart, fresh fashions and simple patterns that make sowing at-home a joy! See— pictured In color — such a complete array of day, afternoon, party and sports wear' Tips for southland travelers! Bridal frocks! Suit and dress accessories! Slimming creations and young-generation outfits! With these appear lingerie, homefrocks, and things for your menfolk. Send now! Price of book fifteen cents. Price of patlern, fifteen cents. Book and pattern together, twenty-five cents. Send your order to the Dally Sun Pattern Department, 243 W. 17th St., New York. N. Y. P To r re twllfi realized I bond when the final reports are in _and than United most of the dimes. contributors gave slon, Included one to license and other ware^ Drain Ray .001 .2 0 1 0 3 ID •larrell 5 0 Breithaupt 0 1 Totals 7 2 6 16 Barry (15)— Richards 2 0 1 4 ,uthe r 1 0 0 Ray Nicholson Pope ..,. Barr 3018 0 2- 4 2 0 000 Ninety-nine high school "Iris and one boy filled tho dime cards and Mr. Allison sent the $100 to President Roosevelt Saturday morning. Dime cards filled and not prey- ously reported included Bonnla Green, Marie Hurley, Jewel Taylor, Aline Hodgden, Diana Roberts, Buena Allen Watt, Elaine Norrls, Betty Humphries and Henry Nelp- Schools reporting various sums not previously reported include Corbet, Emhouse, Buffalo, Angus, Long Prairie, Union Seminary, Alliance Hall and Mildred. Representatives Of Newsprint Concerns Corsicana Visitors Harold S. Foley, executive vlco- presldcnt of the Powell River Company, Limited, of Vancouver, B. C., and V. R. Coudert of the G. F. Steele and Company, Inc., of New York were business visitors in Corsicana Saturday, conferring with executives of the Sun-Light Publishing Company. Both of tho visitors are representatives of leading newsprint manufacturers and brokers and aro engaged on an investigation tour. Both of the men reported unusually favorable conditions for a successful year over the entire south and partlcularly_the southwest. Mother of Kerens Man Dies Dallas DALLAS, Feb. 3.—Mrs. Mary Ida Hulan, aged 65 years, died at the family home Thursday. Funeral rites were held here Friday afternoon. Surviving are her husband, L. L. Hulan, Dallas; two sons, F. L. Hulan, Kerens, and A. G. Hulan, Dallas and two daughters, Miss Alva Hulan and Miss Ruby Hulan, both of Dallas. nesses charging for storage of cotlon, grain or other crops. The annual license fee would range from $5 to $50, according to gross receipts of the warehouse. Another bill would prohibit Issuance of charters to labor organizations except on recommendation of the stale labor commissioner. The lower chamber sent the senate a bill authorizing cities of ation to Issue over 75,000 bonds to provide back pay for policemen and firemen. popul ide b Goings and Comings Of Fail-field Folk And Their Visitors FAIRFIELD, Feb. 4.— (Spl.)— Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Drake, Miss Velma Lvy and Miss Eva Tldwell spent Sunday at Donle. John McKlssack enrolled at the University of Texas at Austin Tuesday. Miss Zanelle Posey of Wortham was here Tuesday. Felton Laucaster of Waxahachle visited friends here the past week' end. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Short and son Jlmmle, have returned homo from Ardmord, Okla., where they spent tho past week. Mrs. Bcrnhard Fischer, Mrs Ross Lindley and Mrs. John Hill were Dallas visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Annie Lou Malono, Mrs Ruth Dillard and daughter Nan- nolle, all of Mexla vlslled their NAVARRO COUNTY UNIT AID CRIPPLED CHILDREN FORMED BOARD NAMED AND RESULT RECENT CAMPAIGN FOR FUNDS ANNOUNCED Organization of a Navarro county unit to aid crippled children was perfected Friday afternoon at a meeting of workers in the recent campaign to aid crippled children and combat Infantile paralysis. A board of trustees of seven members was appointed and that board will meet within the near future to elect officers. A total of $479.42 was raised In the county-wide campaign last week, less $13.06, the cost of tho buttons and cards used, leaving a net of $466.38, half of which goes to the national foundation and the remainder goes to Navarro county work. Some of the schools engaged in the work had not made their «reports to County Chairman A. A. Allison Friday afternoon and , tho final financial report Is expected to exceed $500. The seven directors of the county unit are Mrs. S. B. Watson, News of County Home Demonstration Clubs Rlchland Club. The Rtchland Homo Demonstration Club met Thursday afternoon, Feb. 2, in tho home of Mrs. J. A. Sands, with seven members present, Mrs. Sands, Mrs. Brister, Mrs. McCord, Mrs. McUnge, Mrs Allen and Mrs. Simons. One new member, Mrs, G. Campbell. The club prayer and pledge was repeated. "When I Grow Too Old to Dream" was sung. Two games were played. Motion to adjourn carried. The lostcss served sandwiches, cookies, and coffee.—Reporter. HIGHLAND PARK AND ENNIS DEFEATED DY BENGAL PACK AIRTIGHT DEFENSES FLASH. ED BY LOCALS STOPPED VISITORS' SCORES By PAUL MOORE, Sun S|>ort8 Editor Displaying the finest form and fighting spirit of the current basketball season, the Corsicana Tiger loopera Saturday night swept Highland Park and Ennis High Schools into defeat - before the largest crowd or tho year nt the Junior High School gymnasium court. Forging ahead of the Highlanders early In tho gnmo when, they amassed a seven point lead at tho first period, the Bengals surprised the largo crowd by Tinally winning, 26-17, and novor being behind. The Bengals, then in the second tilt, took tho measure of tho Ennis L'ions, 22-18, In another torrid Cusslo. Tho second team played a majority of the contest and acquitted Itself In a highly creditable manner. Twelve players worn used by the coachea against Ennis. Early Lead Corsicana led tho Highlanders, 11-4, at the half and 22-15, at tho end of the third period. Highland Park did not score during the first quarter and only one field goal was registered In the final session. Tho entire Bengal pack played marvelous basketball during the Highland contest. Gonzales led tho scorers for Cot-sienna with eight points, but Spear and Patrick looped several difficult fielders. York and Brownfleld contributed only one fielder each, but they played a sensational defensive battle throughout. Woolen with nine points was high scorer for tho tilt, while Seay made eight for the remaining points made by the Dallas contingent. These two tilts were feature attractions In connection with the annual Older Boys conference In session hero during tho week- F. Smith, Dawson; Mrs. Walter Hendon, Rlchland; Mrs. Haslam, Corsicana; Dr. A. L. Party anc 1 Shower Given At Navarro For Recent Bride Mrs. Leonard A. Frazlcr, a bride of December 28, 1038, was complimented with a party-shower In tho homo of her aunt, Mrs. Eva Harvard Horn at Navarro Saturday afternoon, January 4, 1939, with her daughter, Mrs. Owen Mullcnlx, Corsicana, daughter-in-law, Daisy Tomlln Horn, Corsicana, and niece, Mrs. Archie Horn, Mildred, as co-hostesses. After greeting the guests, they were asked to register In the bride's book with Bernlco Tomlin Horn presiding. The bride's book made and hand-painted by Miss Navarro, was end. Gonzalos failed to score during the first half of tho first tilt, but managed to account for eight in the last half. He scored five points in the third period of the Ennis engagement. The spectators were continually cheering tho rivals In both con- tcts and more enthusiasm was shown by tho fans than at nay other occasion this season. With the second team playing tho first half, Corsleana led by tho scant margin of 9-7, but when tho "hot" players who had downed tho Highlanders came into the game, tho difference increased with the Tigers leading 18-fl at the third period. The box scores: Corsicana (26) Brownfleld, t .. Spear, f Patrick, o f g ft f Is pts ..1012 ..3117 .3' r- s 7 York, g 1 002 Gonzalcs, g 4 0 2 8 TOTALS 12 2 7 28 Highland Park (17) fgftflspts Geraldlno Marsh.' Totals 6 Powell (25)— .011 3 7 16 Player— fg ft fls pts Holloway 4 1 3 9 Johnslon 2 0 3 4 Bancroft 3 2 0 8 Aven 2 0 2 4 Tucker .0 0 1 0 .11 3 9 25 New Kerens Business. KERENS, Feb. 6.—(Spl.)—Ker- ens' newest addition in the form of a business enterprise, is the Southport Grocery and Filling Stalion, opened Ihis week by L. E Gray in Ihe building formerly occupied by the Bruner Chevrolet Company. Totals Rice (19)— Filzgerald 8 0 3 Spencer 0 0 0 Murff Cave 0 Swafford 2 .112 0 0 0 1 Tolals 1 6 19 Purdon (21)— Ipping 3 1 0 Hodges 3 0 0 Rich 0 0 0 • 0 Darden 4 0 0 8 Jayroe 0 0 8 0 Legolt .0 0 0 0 Farmer 0 0 0 0 Totals 10 1 8 21 Long Prairie (15)— Conner 2 0 1 Phillips 1 0 0 2 May 1 012 Moore 2 1 1 Morgan 1 0 0 7 1 3 15 Totals CLASS C RESULTS. McCord (61) — Player— fg ft fls pts Poulter 11 1 0 23 Bryant 1 Goodman .7 3 Fisher *••..! 0 Posey 4 0 0 0 Dillo 0 17 0 2 1103 Green •.-...3 0 1 Tolals 28 8 3 61 Bradley (14)— Ragan 3 4 1 10 Lewis 0 0 4 0 Maxwell ....1 0 1 Sims 0 0 1 Sunday for Lubbock where she will attend Texas Tech. Misses Mary Klrgan and Vera Sheffield spent Sunday and Monday in Dallas. Mrs. Annie Glazener returned a 'ew days ago from a visit with ler son at Nacogdoches. V. R. Harding of Tyler was In ho city Tuesday on business. The Rev. D, D. Lewis, Mr. and Msr. Bryan Daniel and Mary Nell spent Tuesday at Dallas. William Mack Hunter of A. and M. College spent the past weekend here with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. L. L. Hunter. Mr. and Mrs, Algy Cane of Kll- gore were Falrfleld visitors last week. Mr. and Mrs. Brown 0 2 0 20 Thompson 1 1 0 3 Whlltield ••• 7 0 0 14 Coffoy -. 6 0 0 12 Pevehouso 1 0 0 2 Tolals 27 3 1 57 Polly's Chapel Kormas 0 1 1 Bryant 3 0 Meeks 1 0 C. Bryant 0 0 0 Ray 301 Mitchem 3 0 0 6 Holsey 0 0 0 0 Total 10 1, 4 21 Emmett (15)— Player— fg ft fls pts Brown 3 3 Green 0 0 9 Whltfield 2 2 2 Coffey 0 0 0 Pevehouse ....- 0 0 3 Tolals 8 511 15 McCord (13)— Pouller 0 1 3 Bryant 1 0 2 Goodman 2 1 2 Posey 1 1 4 Ditto 0 0 0 Green 1 0 Ttols ,5 3 13 13 Plekett (33)— Player— fg ft fin pt« Henry 8 1 0 17 Farmer 0 0 0 0 S. Wilson 2 0 0 4 N. Wallace 5 0 010 Carver 0 0 0 0 M. Maxwell 1 002 Holloway V...O 0 0 0 Totals 5 4 7 14 Emmett (57)— Player— fg ft fls pts 0. Green ,..,_.,.,....,x...3 016 D. Wallace 1 0 J. Wilson 0 0 Totals 16 1 1 83 Angus (21)— H. Conant 2 Bray , 1 WiUcn 2 Belts • 8 F, Bonner 0 C. Bonner 2 106 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Elmer Ray of Carlton are visiting Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Ray. Mrs. Albert Mcllveen Is visiting Mrs. J. R. Hawthorn at Streetman this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Parker of Terrell spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives hero. L. W. Leo made a business trip to Centerville Tuesday. Ralph Harding of Fort Worth was a week-end visitor In the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harding. Jim Tato was a Dallas visitor Thursday. Kelton, Sr., Corsicana, and Mrs. Arthur Levi, Corsicana. W. M. Davidson, cashier of the State National bank, agreed to be custodian of tho funds. Mrs. Haslam was appointed temporary chairman and 'will call the meeting for tho election of officers. Mrs. H. G. Brown said there were 200 children who need attention in Navarro county at the i present time. . Donations reported from communities were as follows: Corsicana $339.64, Rice $21.05, Rlchland $15.70, Barry $18, Frost $15, Kerens $25.33, Dawson $27.55, and Blooming Grove $17.15, Those attending tho organization meeting were Chairman A. A. Allison, Corsicana; Paul Moors, Corsicana; W. M. Davidson, Corsicana; J. R. Griffin, Blooming Grove; C. D. Berry, Dawson; Mr. Higgins, Barry; and Miss Aleen Carraway, Mrs. A. B. Horn, Mrs. John A. Pierce, Mrs. A. E. Haslam, Mrs. Harry Kaufman, Mrs. Arthur Levi, Mrs. Kirk Steele, Miss Ethel Mae Tatum, Mrs. Guy Love and Mrs. G, H. Brown. Robbery Reported By Truck Driver Early Saturday Cuba Volson, of Buffalo, boor truck driver, reported to Constable W. G. Ivey of Rlchland and to sheriff's office hero that ho was robbed of $183 at an early hour Saturday morning by two armed "•jgroes. According to the report here, two C. W. Williamson spent Friday In Madlsonvllle on business. Miss Louise Talbot is visiting at Crocket this week. Miss Carolyn Thompson of Dallas spent the past -eek-end In the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Radford. Mrs. Edna May Hoorne and Totals 10 1 1 81 J2.7BO, Charles Richter of Dallas visited the local F.S.A. office Friday. Mrs. A- L. Daniel, Mrs. Sumpter Daniel and children and Miss Irene Slalcup vlslled at Waco Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green and Joe Lee spent Friday at Dallas. Three Building Permits Amounting $3,100 Are Issued Three building permits amounting to $3,100 were Issued from the office of the city engineer during the past week, cringing the Corsicana construction totals for the calendar year to $16,365. The permits Included: W. E. McCollum, 411 South Seventh, frame store building, $50. Mrs. Jake Butler, 206 East First avenue, new roof, $300. Miss Minnie Singer, 1430 West Seventh avenue, duplex apartment, negroes, one armed with a shotgun and the other with a pinto], stopped him on Highway 75 In Freestone county, and forced him to drive off the highway. When tho truck became mired in a mud- hole, It was staled, near Cade, ho was relieved of tho money. The robbery was reported to have occurred about 3 o'clock Saturday morning. The officers wore advised of tho occurrence at 6:45 o'clock Saturday morning, Annual Masonic Spring 'Fun-Fest' Thursday, Feb. 16 Plans were announced Monday for the regular spring "fun-fest" of Navarro county Masonic bodies in the Masonic building in Corsicana on Thursday night, Feb. 10, beginning at 7:30, by Sam Dalches, general arrangements chairman. The chairman reported thai a large number of candidates had been secured for the evening and a number of olher unusual features had been arranged, Ho urged immediate reservations for tho occasions and extended an invitation to members of lodges outside of Corsicana to participate. Tickets for tho event may bo secured rom Mr. Dalches, A. H. Bonner, R. D, Fleming, H. B. Bomar, or Sam J. Helm. very attractive, done in pastel colors and beautiful hand-painting. The party began wllh a toast to tho bride, given by Mary Beth Goodin. A bride's game in the form of a contest was given by Miss Lucille Horn. Miss Besslo Scogln, Corsicana, and Mrs. O. E. Cowsar, Navarro, the couple to finish first, were given a prize. They In turn gave It to the bride. Mary Elwyn Collins, Navarro, a talonled young reader, gave a reading In negro dialect lhal was greally enjoyed. Ernesltne Fuson, a tiny tot of Arp, and a nloee of tho honoree, finished the program by reading and acling Lillle Bo-Peep, lhat was very amusing. The honoree was then presented a largo basket overflowing with packages. She was assisted by her sister, Mrs. Fuson of Arp, with the unwrapping of the much appreciated gifts. Over fifty were passed for the guests to admire. Tho hostess then served a dainty refreshment plate consisting of pink and white chicken salad sandwiches, potato chips, olives on lettuce, heart-shaped mints, and hot chocolate. A color scheme of pink and white was used in tho home and for decoration, Tho living room was made fragrant with paper white narcissus, and tho dining table was attractively laid In lace centered with a bowl of assorted fruit on a reflector. A white hyclnth corsage tied with white ribbon was given to the honoroe by Mrs. G. C. Goodin, her former teacher, when she was a tot In the primary grades in tho Navarro school. Tho honoree Is tho former Miss Ellabeth Horn of Navarro, who has taugtit in the Pursley and Union High schools for tho past nine years. Sho plans to get her B. A. degree this summer. Her husband IB a graduate of the Palestine High School, but for the past seven years has made Dawson his homo whore he conducts a business of his own. "Remember, If your love lies deep all storms 'twill weather If only side by sldo you'll keep You will be happy though you weep sometimes together.' The above lines were from a cousin, Mrs. Orvllle Scruggs. Tho many friends and loved ones of this couple wish for them a life of happiness and prosperity—Contributed. • .^• Slight Fire Damage From Three Alams 'Three fire alarms over the week end resulted In slight damage, department officials reported Mon- Blshop, f Woolen, f Connell, f Walters, c Ernest, g .0 0 .4 1 .0 0 Seay, g 4 0 0 Wineberger, g 0 0 0 .0030 000 8 0 TOTALS 8 1 4 17 Corsicana (2) fgftflspts Daniels, f Bealo, f .0010 ..2004 Stell, f 0 0 1 0 Patrick, f Plyler, c ..... Brownfleld, f Neal, g Crews, g .... Lawhon. g .. Terry, f .100 .210 2 5 .0000 0 0 0 2 022 1 0 .1 0 York',' g '.'.'.'..'.'. 0 010 Gonzales, g ....2 1 0 B TOTALS 10 2 6 22 Ennis (16) IB ft fls pts Dlxon, f Collier, f Oats, f . McGee, o Onstead, f-c 1 Cervantes, g Sudduth, g .3 0 .0 .0 6 202 000 .0020 0 0 0 1 0 3 TOTALS 7 2 8 18 Officials: Eady and Bird, referees ; Bradley, scorer. To Sing nt fursley. The Hartford, Arkansas, quartet will appear In a P.-T. A.« sponsored ontorlalnment at th» Pursley school auditorium Monday night at 7:30 o'clock, It was announced Monday. 666 Liquid-Tablets Salve - Noso Drops SALVE relievos COLDS price lOc & 25c day. The first camo about 7 o'clock Saturday morning to North Fourteenth street and was caused by a small roof blaze 1 ; burning wallpaper In a residence in the 800 block on East Coll In street resulted In slight damage about 10 o'clock Saturday morning, A burning engine caused a run to the Flcklln mill on East Third avenue about 10 o'clock Sunday morning. Poultry • Poultry We will pay top price for poultry at all times In line with market conditions. Will pay following until next Wednesday; Turkey Hens, pound 17a Good Colored liens, Ib 120 Good Leghorn Hens, lb.,..10o Coclis, pound So Good Colored, Fryers, 2'/ t 11)H. down, Ib 130 Good Leghorn Fryers, Ib. Ho Number Ono Hides, Ib.... Go Fresh Eggs, dozen ...... 13o A. B. Walker and Son

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