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5 FOUR THE CORSTCANA SEMI-WEEKLY LIGHT, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1939. Interesting News From Navarro County Towns Richland HIGHLAND, March 0.—(Spl.)— There is quite a lot of sickness in and around Richland, and many of tho children havo been absent from school duo to Illness. A shower was given Mrs. Thompson Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Allen Anderson in which she received several nice rifts. We understand Mr. and Mrs. Thompson will move next week. Mrs. Tom McGaugh is in Mont Belvieu taking care of her daughter, Mrs. Elnm Mayo's children. Mrs. Mayo underwent an operation in the Ville Platte, La., hospital, February 28, and ie doing nicely. Mrs. McGaugh spent about a month recently with another daughter, Mrs. Vanus Dearmon, and husband, who arc rejoicing over the arrival of a now baby girl at their homo in Louise. Mmes. R. R. Fleming, E. Pool, A. Anderson and Miss Carrie Bess Steel were Corsicana visitors Thursday afternoon. The schoolchildren arc enjoying the picture show at the school building one night each week for the purpose of paying for tho machine. Mrs. W. D. Brown and family had a fire scare last week, when the chimney burned out, but no damage was dono by the sparks. Lloyd Prater Is working with his brother In Waco. Mark Anderson of Corsicana spent the week end with home- folks. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaufman and ion of Corsicana were the guests •f J. W. Garland and family Saturday night. Mrs. Bertha Lansford was on the sick list Sunday. Mr, and Mrs, Fred Shuster and Miss EHectra Brown of Dallas were spend the day guests of their parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. N. Brown and family recently. Pete Hlllburn has returned home from Corsicana and is able to be up. Mrs. Pete Carroll and son visited homefolks In Richland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Slaughter and little son of Purdon visited Mr. Steel and family Monday and Mrs. Slaughter and son remained over for a couple days' visit, Several of the Rlchlanders accompanied the ballplayers to Mildred Monday night. Mm. Thompkins was real «!ck ' last week. -Mrs. W. D. Brown and Mrs. Banliston are on the sick list Miss Pauline Seals is visiting homefolks. How to Ease FlRST-massago throat, chest, and back with vicks VapoRub at bedtime. This relieves the distress. THEN —to make Its long-continued action last even longer, spread a thick layer of VapoRub on the chest and cover with a wanned cloth, LONQ AFTER Bleep comes, VapoRub keeps working-loosens phlegm-eases muscular soreness or tightness-clears air-passages-eases coughlng-rellevea local congestion. Of ten, by morning the worst of the cold is over. WICKS W VAPORUB Rice RICE, March 9.—(3pl.)—Mrs. Jim Hays was called to Denison Sunday to bo with her daughter, Miss Gcnclle, who is quite ill with flu. The Baptist Missionary Society 1ms had u contest on for several weeks, the losing aide entertained the winning side at the par- sonngo Monday afternoon. After the regular lesson at the church the entire group went to the par- bonabc where they enjoyed a social hour followed by a refreshment plate of tea and cookiea. The picture show at the school auditorium each Friday night la being well attended. The same show is also shown on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock for the white people and at 3:30 foi the colored, in the old Rice Pharmacy building. Dr. W. M. Harper, aged 08 years, pased away Monday afternoon at the home of his sister Mrs. C. B. Knight in Enls. Funeral services were held from the Knight home at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon with burial in Chatfield cemetery. Those from hure attending the funeral and burial at Chatfield were Mrs. D. M. Loop, Mrs. Heather, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harper and Marjorle, Sid Harper, Edwin and Annelle, Mrs. P. F. Halhert, Mr. and Mrs. John Sloan, W. D, Bartlett, J. T. Mahaley, J. S. Hall, Mesdames J. D. Spencer, M. V- Fitzgerald and L. R. Hall. Miss Kellcy Loop of Dallas visited her mother, Mrs. D. M. Loop, Tuesday and attended tho Harper funeral. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Goodwyn bad as their week-end guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Harrison and children and Mr. and Mrg, Graf ton Goodwyn of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Redden and family of Corsicana visited in the L. R. Hall home Sunday. Lera Jean and John Darby Spencer wore week-end guests of relatives in Corsicana. The E. Mageors family have moved to Dallas this week. Mrs. Newt Bell of Ferris spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. W. E. Edmundson. Corbet CORBET, March p.—(Spl.)— Rev. W. T. Allmoh filled 'his regular appointment at the ' Baptist church here Saturday night and Sunday morning. Rev. Demming of Corsicana preached Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Robinson and son of Waco were visiting relatives here during 'the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Baggett spent Sunday with the former's sister, Mrs. Lee Mahoney, who Is quite sick. Mr. and Mrs. Wtlburn Stewart and baby of Emhouse and Mrs. B. H. Kirby and daughter, Blllie, of Corsicana spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cullcn Bayless. Newton Roman, who is attending Baylor University, Waco, wgs here during the week-end. Among those who attended the singing at Dawson Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs.- Clyde Osborno and children, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Moran. » Sell It Quick Through Want Adi. Gunga Din Stars Joan Fontaine and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., in a scene from Rudyard Kipling's "Gunga Din," an RKO ptoductlon, which opens Saturday night at 11:30 at ths Palace. Frost Midnight Show Saturday Night, 11:30 Sunday, Monday and Tuesday frsi&attle! Ready Jhe Story of Kipling's Soldiers Three and their Dusky Water Carrier ... Truly the V Biggest Movie of the Year! r-*lfO— PARAMOUNT NEWS Blooming Grove BLOOMING GROVE, March 9. —(Spl.)—Mrs. Maggie Johnson is atending Woman's Missionary Council in Ashville, N. C., this week. While en route to Asheville she visited her old home and friends in Memphis and Wayncsvila, Tenn. Mr. asd Mrs. Travis Holland visited Mrs. Bcttie Franks Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Holland remained for a visit of some weeks with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Benton Davis of Sherman visited her father E. L. Carroll this week-end. Miss Adelaide Robinson of Corsicana visited her mother, Mrs. Hulda Robinson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Roy High came in Thursday and are now comfortably located in their cozy HtUe home on the High farms south of town. Roy Carroll, teacher of Spanish In Huntsvllle schools, was at home Saturday and Sunday. Pat Clark and wife of Dallas, Miss Frances Huffstuttler of Strawn and J. D.' Huffstutler of Austin were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M, E. Huffstutler Sunday. Mrs. Jim Williams and baby of Longview, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Vlck of Woodlako, Mr. and Mrs. Kemlt Compston of Shreveport and Mr; and Mrs. Mike Cumpson of Mexia were week-end guests of the Fred Cumpston's. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Gillen and family visited his brother Cordis Gillen in Lampsas Sunday. Miss Norena Locke spent, this week-end at her home in Lancaster. Mrs. W; D. Murphy of Leonard is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J M. Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson and children of Groesbeck were visiting friends here Sunday. Mrs. A. A.» Glenn left Tuesday for McAllen where she w i spend several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Louis Bell and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. George and Mrs, George Magee were shopping in Dallas Saturday. Miss Opal Allmon went to Britton Friday where she visited her parents, returning Sunday to resume her duties as Home Economics teacher in the local school. : Navarro Mills NAVARRO MILLS, Mar. 9.— (Spl.)—Warmer, spring-like weather I greeted every one here during ! the week-end. As soon as land dries sufficiently everyone will be very busy as farm work has been slowed up considerably due to the unfavorable weather J. B. Mosley, Albert I'jsle'y and Leona Mosley were Waco visitors Wednesday. Jack Berry is able to be up after a several days Illness. Naomi Ford of Mllsap spent the week-end with her parents Mr. and.Mrs. Jack Ford. We arc sorry to report Mrs. Russell Thorno has been quite 111 with severe sore throat caused by an Infected tonsil. Rev. Geddlo of Waco filled his regular appointment at tho Baptist church Sunday. Beautify Your Premises It is not too lato to plant rose, fruit, nut, and shade tjeisst Evergreens, flowering; shrubs, and hedge; and all kind* of nursery ntopk. Our prices will astonish you. SEE US NOW 920 North 15th Street Telephone 443 • Corsloana, FROST, March 9.—(Spl.)—Mr. and Mrs. Arllss Martin of Dallas, vlalted her parents, Mr. a,nd Mrs. F. E. Dlckson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Harrington and son, Ross Edward, were week-end guests of her mother, Mrs. H. P. Ross. Mr. and Mrs, R. N, Brunor of Hillsboro spent the week-end with her brother, Walter McCord, and wife. Mr. and Mrs, S. O. Hyer wore called to Dallas last we_ek to be with his sister, Miss Janie, who is seriously ill. Miss Jean Grimes of Austin spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Iva Grimes, and other relatives. Rev. Bryson English and family of Waco and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Nichols and children of Corsicana visited Mrs. Fannie English, over the week-end. Mrs. Hardle Green and children, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brandon in Corbet. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson and sons of Groesbeck, Mrs. W. M. Johnson of Blooming Grove, Will Johnson of Dallas and Misses Loralne and Billy Doris Johnson of Waxahachio visited Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hlghtower Sunday afternoon, Mrs. John Ramsey.and children of Mart spent Sunday With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Halcolm. Mr. and Mrs. Max Tatum and daughters of Corsicana visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Tcm- plcton Saturday. Mesdames A. L. Brlttaln and I-.. O. Ellis spent Friday with Mrs. R. N. Bruner in Hlllsboro. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Youngblood visited relatives In Waxa- hachle over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cleveland and children of Dallas spent the week-end with her parents, I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McClure. I Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Blake and niece, Ann Couch, visited Dallas relatives Sunday. Mrs. Leslie Ellis and children and Mrs. A. L. Brlttaln and daughters were Corsicana shoppers Saturday. Mrs. Jewell Moore of Dallas spent tho week-end with her uncle 'and aunt, H. Wilson, jind Miss Jessie. ^ Phillip's* Chapel PHILLIPS CHAPEL, March 9. —(Spl.)—Phillips Chapel Junior team defeated Providence 3-2 in baseball Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dial and prlrls visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Summers of .Frost. Mrs. Fraley and daughter, Betty, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wallace of Corsicana Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. O'Neal and family visited Orso and Roy Jones of Groesbeck Sunday, Those who attended tho Baptismal services of the North Side Baptist church Sunday afternoon from this community were Mr. and Mr». G. H. Peacock and children, George, Jr., Robert and Irene; Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Wilson, Mr, and Mrs. Walling, Mrs. Joe Garvln .and son, Miss Ernestine Osborne and La Freda Maybre. Miss Ernestine Osborno and her mother went to Emmett Monday afternoon to carry Mrs. J. C. Green ' and little sons to their homo. Mrs. .Green has been visiting hero since Sunday. Mrs. Nova Brown and little son of Cleburne have been visiting her sister, Mrs. Cartlidge here. Mr. and Mrs. B. R, Harrison were Alma visitors Sunday. Miss Julia Bollo Hutson spent Sunday with home folks of Navarro. Miss Maurlne Burns spent the week-end in Frost. Mr. and Mrs. C, K. Morrison and family visited Mr. and Mrs, Rich of North Corsicana Sunday. Mr. find Mrs. V. C. Bailey were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jenkins of Navarro Sunday. Wynelle Osborne, who has been 111 at her home here, returned to her work In Kerens Monday. Roane ROANE, March 9.—(Spl.)—Mr. and Mrs. R, O, Flowers spent tho week-end in Kauffman and Mabank. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cordell and Mrs. H. G. Knight, Dallas, spent tho week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Holley. Misses Juanlta Mltcham and Oleta McCreary spent Sunday afternoon with Misa > Gladys Holloway. Miss Nadlne Hobbs spent the week-end with her parents of Rice. Mrs. W. F. Flowers is visiting her slater, Mrs. J. R. McCreary. Sam Regan was honored with a. birthday dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Thompson of Waco spent the week-end with hts mother, Mrs,- J. G. Wolverton. : • Mr. and Mrs. Talmage Powell spent Sunday' with .Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Powell. m Angus ANGUS, March 9.—(Spl.)—Mr. and. Mrs. H. H. Pugh of Dallas spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Tllton and daughter. Mrs. John Edwards and daughter of San Antonio are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Fowler. • • Charlie Reed of -Dallas spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.'C. Reed. .. Mr. and Mrs. R, J. Oder of Corsloana spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. M. E, Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Jones of Malakoff spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. Rube • Collins and family of Malakoff spent Sunday with her, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Ballard. Mrs; L. H. Stewart 'spent Saturday .afternoon with Mrs, M. E. Walker. In. Corsicana. . ;Mr. and. Mrs. Sam. Parker of Corsicana spent Sunday with their daughter,. Mrs.. Claud Wilson, and .family. Miss Francis Story, who is at tending 0. I. A., at Denton, spent the; weqk-end with her parents, Mr. and,Mrs, S. 'L. Story. Dresden DRESDEN, March 9.—(Spl.)— Mr. and Mrs. Will Cobb of Blooming Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sims and daughter of Drano visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dean Cobb Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Caglc and Mr. and Mrs. James Lee McNabb of Dallas visited Mr. and Mrs, C. L. Call Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Brinaon of Dallas, Mr, and Mrs. Bill Blake, and Mr. and Mrs. Beldon English spent Sunday In the R. K. Blake home. Mrs. Jean Furra has been 111 with tho "flu." Mrs. Guy Williams has returned homo after spending several days with her sister, Mrs. A. L. Smith, who has been 111, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mellon havo been confined to their bed due to illness.. Miss Earl Dean Brim of Corsicana spent tho week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brim. Mrs. I. T. Blake and daughter, Hallle, of Corslcuna visited Buster Blakn and wife Sunday. There In . the afternoon they visited Mrs. I. T. Blake's othor daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Tell Woodall Hall. of Alliance Mrs. Lula Richardson Is visiting In Dallas and also to be with her daughtor-ln-law, Mrs. Douglas Richardson, who is ill. Mrs. Karl Hollingsworth was carried to the P. and S. Hospital last Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Clark visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Hol- llnRsworth of Raleigh last Friday night. Pursley PURSLEY, 'March D.—(Spl.)— There will be preaching at the Baptist church Saturday night and Sunday. Rev. Mr. Daughtery preached at Church of Christ Saturday night and Sunday. We had a good singing Sunday evening with several visitors from different places. Mr: and Mrs. Claud Tullos of Frost visited Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns Sunday. Mrs. W. H. Heliums and daughter, Billy, took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tanner of Plckett. Mr. and Mrs. Press Brown of Jester spent Sunday with Frank Brown and family. Weldon Horrin returned home from Houston this week. Mr. Foust Is spending a few days with his daughter, Mrs. O. B. Gunn. Mrs. Curtis Wylle and children, Fay Evyln and Sonn Boy, went to Corsicana Sunday for Grandma Herod's birthday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. George Scaggs of Ennls attended singing here Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davla of Purdon attended singing and Barry BARRY, March B.— (Spl.)—Mrs. W. J. Edmondson of Rchland Springs Is visiting her father, R. M. Albright. Miss Mary Evorheart went to Sherman Friday to attend the funeral of her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Woodruff, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Elliott of Dallas were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Woodruff over the week end. Miss Oracle Mae Russell of Houston is visiting relatives here this week. Miss Elaine McNeil spent the week with homefolks at Nacogdoches. Miss Ruby Thornton went to Dallas Saturday. J. B. Park and George Mitchell made a business trip to East Texas Monday. Misses Dot Blngham, Doris Watson, Mary Marie Mitchell and Lavoyco Boswell, students at N. T. S. T. C., were home for the week end. Chester McCarty and Robert Varnell of Oklahoma City spent tho weak end with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Worsham of Corsicana visited his mother Sunday. Misses Floy and Exa Castellaw of Coralcana visited their parents Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Tommlo Greene of Corsicana were Barry visitors Sunday afternoon. Mrs. R. D. Castellaw of Dallas _ visited in the T. J. Castellaw home Sunday. B. F. Freeman and wife visited his brother, Lee Freeman, In Dallas last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Farrish and Mrs. Minnie Mlnnus of Dallas were guests of the M. E. Ragsdale family Sunday. Miss Gladys Varnell visited in San Antonio over the week end Hev. Carl Tyson of Kerens will preach at the Church of Christ here next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grimmett and Mrs. G. W. Watson and sons Leroy and Calvin, visited Mrs. Will Blngham In Dallas Sunday. Law Prohibiting Punch Boards To Be Enforced Here The following statement was Issued Wednesday morning at the /ifflce of the criminal district, attorney relative to a ban of punch boards in Navarro county: "As a result of statute, the exhibition and operation of punch boards of all types Is a crlmnal offense being punishable by a fine of not less than one hundred dollars and not more than one thousand dollars. I wish to urjte that " law. forts, of our peace officers in securing compliance with the all persons observe this I shall appreciate the ef- v sited relatives here Sunday eve-/statute but I trust that observ- ?f' j •., C.L ,, ^^ j nnco of 3ttme wl11 be voluntary. Mr- ^n!3 d Mr ,"-, t S j e ?? H " bbard Persons against whom complaints and children visited Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Gunn Sunday. C. B. Gunn, who has been ,^ *'<"<',-,! ",^ working in Mexico, returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Brim and daughter, • Bobble C, visited Corsicana Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crlder of Corsicana, visited singing and Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Pursley Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Anderson of Purdon visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson Sunday. Louise Pearson visited Martha Vera Cooper Sunday evening. Tupelo TUPELO, March 0.—(Spl.)— Sunday was a good day at Tupelo, It being the quarterly meeting occasion, the presiding elder, Rev. R. O. Sory, preached a good sermon to an appreciative audience. Among the visitors for the day were Mr. and Mrs, j. I. Monts of. Ore City, Mr. and Mrs. John Finch, Mr. and Mrs. George Freeman of Chatfield and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dlxon of Emhouse. J. I. Monts and wife of Ore City, who were visitors in our community with Mr, and Mrs. M. C. Burdlne, and Mrs. L. B, Wheeler, visited Mr. Allyn Douglas and wife and Mrs. May Tilson in Dallas last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Beasley of Ennla visited with Mrs. Street Mitchell Friday. Mrs. T. C. McMullan and little son, Dewey, spent the woek-end in Electra in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Williams. J. R. Bowden and wife of Gonzales were guests over the weekend of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bowden. Miss Louise Wheeler., who has been in Electra and visiting in other places for some time, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hervey had as their week-end visitors their son, Auvln Hervey, wife and little daughter, Shirley, of Longview. Bertye Lue Williams of Fara- dtao was at home over the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gorman and baby son, Stanley Mack, of Corslcana visited in the home of the baby's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. MoMullan Sunday for hla first time. may be filed will be prosecuted. This action will apply to all persons and establishments alike." CHARLES , T. BANISTER. CORSICANA OWNERS ENTER LIVESTOCK IN FT. WORTH SHOW % •——— Sixteen head of purebred Hereford cattle owned by Navarro county breeders have been entered in the annual competition at the Fort Worth Fat Stock Show and Livestock Exposition which opens Friday, Most of the animals have ranked .among tha leaders in similar shows all over the nation. The breeders and the number of their entries: R. L. Wheelock, 9, Allison and Allison 6, and Edens-and Edens 1. Ten head of nurse stock accompanied the competitive entries, Navarro county is also scheduled to be represented by one or more entries in the 4-H club competition which Is expected to draw feeder animals from all parts of the Southwest. Mildred MILDRED, March 9,—(Spl.)— Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Burton of Kllgore visited Mr. and Mrs. R. T.. Ellis Friday of last week. Miss Ida Mae Wright, who has been working in Houston, has returned home and is working in Corsicana now. Atlas Ellis of Tyler visited In the homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ellis last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson are the parents of a baby boy born last Thursday. The Navarro county basketball tournament was held at the Providence gym Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. Miss Imogcno Rich entartaln- ed with a surprise birthday party Thursday night for Eula Mae Decker. Miss Vivian Gray of Corsleana spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Ellis. Miss Doviet Wright spent a. few days last week with Mr. and Mrs- Therlon Horn of near Corsicana. Mr. and Mrs. Alt Graves of Navarro visited Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Wright Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lennon of Corsicana were Mildred visitors Sunday. Miss Vella Boyd spent Sunday with Mrs._Ada Wright. Corsicana Owned Entry Took Third In Tyler Stakes Wayside Pat, pointer owned by Rube Mllligan of Richland, and handled by Jett Crawford of Malakoff, won third place Tuesday In the derby stakes at the fourth annual East Texas bird dog field trials in Tyler. This fine pointer j is a full brother to Spunky Creek Ace, a champion, owned by J. N. Edons, Jr., of Corsicana. Wayside Pat Is conceded one of the most promising youngsters of the country. First place in the derby Tuesday was annexed by Highland Park Green, owned by Ernie Shaffer, Hutchlnson, Kansas, emd randled by B. F. Epperson. Tail- jam John, owner by R. A. Johns, Austin, and handled by John Parker, took second derby honors. Texas Schoolfleld Pete, owned by Pete Strance of Corsicana, Is the Corsicana entry In the open $1,000 subscription stake for Wednesday. Winners of the puppy stakes Tuesday were Peerless Chief, owned by J. Pierce, Borger, and handled by Jack Harper, first place; Scratchaway, owned by Mrs. Pierce, second place, and Jacks Bon Hur, owned by F. F. Doyle, San Antonio, and handled by G. A. Story, took third honors among the puppies. In Memoriam In loving memory of our darling daughter, sister, and auntie, Miss Floyd King, who passed away one year ago today.—Mrs. J. R. King and Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Taaffe and children, Trinidad; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. King and daughter, Lara- mle Wyoming; Mr and Mrs. J.Roy King, Gurdon, Ark. Bryan BRYAN, March 9.—(Spl.)—Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Atkinson spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chambers of Corsicana. Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Me- <, Nabb of Dallas spent the week- \ end with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Raley spent tho week-end with Mrs. Raley of Brushle Prairie. Andrew and Jim Jones spent ^ Sunday with Mr. Fate Tldwell at Richland. Douglas Adams is visiting his brother, Lois Adams, in McAdoo. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hargrove spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargrove and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Baker spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Moody of Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Murdock of Powell, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Baker. Miss Clara Bell Spann spent Saturday night with Mrs. Tossle Grimmett and family in Corsicana. W. T. Dycus and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Newell spent ;£ Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Tos- • sle Grimmett and family in Cor- w slcana. W. T. Dycus and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Newell spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Tos- sle Grimmett and family in Cor- / sienna. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dale spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. D. McNeal of Irene. Mr.- and Mrs. J. H. Compton visited Mrs. Compton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hardle, at Gatesvllle over the week-end. Man Stricken While , At Work Wednesday Alvin C. Cox, 1114 West Fourteenth avenue, employee of the Miles Furniture Company, was 1 stricken suddenly about noon Wednesday while standing In the store. Ho was taken to the Navarro Clinic in a Corley ambulance after being examined by a physician. His condition was reported serious at press hour. Chickens-Turkeys Keep Them Healthy—Don't M- low Worms to destroy their health, stop egg production. STAR SUL- PHUROUS COMPOUND tfven in water or feed kills Disease-causing worms in germ period; also keeps them free of Blooksucklng Lice, Mites, Fleas, Bluebugg; their system toned; appetite, Health and Egg Production good. 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