Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on July 29, 1927 · 12
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Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas · 12

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Friday, July 29, 1927
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m TWELVE FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM Friday illy l9 057 SOCIETY NEWS Bride Is Honored at Shower Given by-Sister ins Medal at School Recital Mrs Oscar Hukill entertained last week at her home 521 Frey Avenue with a miscellaneous shower in honor of her sister Mrs I A Brown of Brownwood a recent bride Mrs Brown was formerly Miss Bernice Fh-oiirg and is the daughter of Air and Mrs G L Fleming 332S Grape ine Road The home was attractively decorated with baskets of flowers in bright shades Refreshments were served to Messrs and Mums W W Cox V N Cox Fllis Ivey W J B Flippo E E Flippo W B FIipio X A Flippo Eoon Flippo H C C'artwright W B Blankenstein W II Ellis H D West E B Sutton C V Smith R L Fl-ni-ing Howard Fleming I M Morgan R L Kav J A McAdams W W Winters W H Hornsby Mmes Katie Bell R S Jones W A Flippo X Bishop G V Gillespie L A Green : Misses Lerline Harris Ruth Iedbetter Ruth Brown Vera Brown Bernice West Cherry Blanche Jones Mildred Hukill Frances Fleming Al lene Flippo and Mr Pete Flippo r r r Luncheon Honors Guest From Dallas - Miss Dorothy Kiney of Dallas who bus been the guets of Miss Edna Mae Poindexter 1920 Dartmoor Court was honored by her hostess Monday when she entertained with a bunco luncheon at her home Orange and green wer used in the decorations of the table where covers were laid for the honor-e and Misses Carolyn Mayo Lucy Ryan Martha G rammer Dora Eee Byars Peggy Dnringer Cora Jennings Betty Giv-ns Viriginia Church Charlotte Smith Mary Louise Murphy Dorothy Jean Hausman Dolly Klar Evelyn Potter Lucille Gunn Ida Fae Woody Lvdia Martin Thelma Martin Cath erine Rutnsey Marguerite icks jean McLean Mary Hart Helen Fellows Mary Wynn Mary Lane Anderson Caroline Foster and Alice Rhea Miss Klar won the high score prize Bliss Gunn the cut and Miss Kinney was presented with the guest prize 9 r Bible Class Party-Honors Mrs Maclin 1 2 From Here Face Charges in Felony Charged with transporting stolen property two youths givyig their names as W A Kuhn and O L Whit-i en burg of Fort Worth were being held Friday by Gainesville authorities awaiting the arrival of officers from Durant Okia according to informa lion received by Fort Worth police The directory does not give their names A complaint was filed Thursday against Knhn and Whittenburg following their arrest by city and BOun-ty officers after they had returned to a car parked on a Gainesville street Officers previously had noticed that the toimcati of the automotive had Seen loaded with tires and several car'or of cigarets An investigation showed that the goods were stolen from a small etore near Durant chillicotkTyouth cut im auto crash PUBLIC RECORD iift nifd In litrirt Court Ex jjarie Raymond Newby removal of Usabilities Ex parte Mary Ethel Newby removal of d ita bl lit lea George Skinner vs Mrs Katherlne Skinner divorce B Seadler vs C E Seadler dtvorce Dorothy McKlnley vs Ray McKinley divorce Marls Freeman vs R V Freeman divorce Jet us Gonzales vs Gregorla Gonzales dl vor ce Two Republics Ltfe insurance Company vs J K Barnes et al debt and foreclosure J G Looper vs N B Permenter petition for discovery by judgment tntt riled In C'onntv Court Keystone Pile and Supply Company of Texas vs H 1 Coleman Jr and H I Coleman Sr debt Count Court at Las So S HON P J SMALL JUDGE T M Cass vs Ferris Gin Company garnishee: dismissed at plaintiff's cost VERNON July 29— O T Craig IS son of Mr and Mrs X H Craig of Chillicothe was painfully injured late Wednesday when his car crashed into one driven by Mrs Grady Stowe of Odell on the highway about threonines northwest of Vernon The boy's head was rammed through the windshield of the car driven by C II Rhodes the glass inflicting a deep gash across the back -f the neck several cuts on the face and one on the arm Seente-nth Iltrlit Court HON R E L ROY JUDGE Burham C Miller vs H C Miller divorce granted Helen Elizabeth Crosby vs Morton D-Crosby divorce granted Forty-eighth District Court HON BRUCE YOUNG JUDGE Mrs Cora Crowe vs Frank L Crowe divorce granted Farmers National Bank of Arlington vs J G Bi Iggs ludgment entered National Cattle Loan Company vs George W Armstrong et al judgment entered Slxtv-sev-ntli nihtrirt Court HON JAMES E MERCER JUDGE Nick Tltsa vs Clara Tltsa divorce granted T B Burks vs Hazel Burks divorce granted Thurman Lewelling vs Alverda Lewel-llng divorce granted Lotus Asbby vs Jesse Ashby divorce granted Amanda Miller vs William Miller divorce granted Lyman 11 Naugle vs Laura B Naug!e divorce granted Margaret Sanders vs John Sanders dl-eorce granted Luclle Banks vs James Banks divorce granted Ex parte Raymond Newby disabilities removed Ex parte Mary Ethel Newby disabilities removed Mbsety-ststea Metric Court HON HAL S LATTIMOIIE JUDGE Jessie B Harney vs Morris F Harney divorce granted Marriage License W L Ransom 147 Lincoln and Jewel Wasser 1601 Lee Avenue Wilford M Angelo Beaumont anil Susie Sacker 313K South Jennings Planes carrying 500 pounds of letters will be used on the !' - i 1 service between Montreal Toronto Ottawa and Rimouski Canada that is to be inaugurated in September ! a prescription for Colds Grippe Flu Dengue Bilious Fever and Malaria It kills the germs Your Office- (wear and) 1 VatterfV Your Car — Your Mop Handle These are only a few of the articles on which raint and varnit products are used Even milady's shoes are now bein- lirnsi The field of use is being broadened daily K 'acjuered The Cook Paint and Varnish Company manufactures and distributee a distinctly high grade line of paint and varnish products From a small organization in 1913 the company has growu to be m of the largest in the United States operating five factories and shi ping its products to every state in the Union and to South Americ one erica set earnings tor tne last three years have averaged $28752(171 n Itilti it i i' iriiil rn nirompiito Jti" r- A ' 1 v inuuicu tio--jj ido bonds bp outstanding) are only $112000 as are Assets are equal to $1704 for each $1000 of their preferred stock We offer COOK PAINT AND VARNISH CO Preferred Stock at $57 Per Share and Accrued Dividend to Yield Over 7 t Detailed Circular of This Compart IFill Be Mailed on Request Pre s cpttWripht Snider Cn INVESTMENT BANKERS 304 Holmes Bldg Fort Worth Teiaa Phone 2-4433 IKflSS HELEN RINGLER daughter of Mr and Mrs iVl Gcorfe Ringler 100U Park Avenue who was awarded a gold medal in the recent recital given by pupils of Mis Otis McKibben in the North Side High School auditorium Mrs J A Maclin 519 Hemphill Street was honored by her Sunday nchool class of the Hemphill Heights j Methodist Church with a party at J her home Thursday night Mrs J Ernest Callaway was elected president of the class Mrs Robert Butler vice president : Mrs J j E Brown secretary Mr 1j J Lipscomb treasurer Mrs Robert Easley press reporter Mssr and Mms Robert Esley and Joe Blr entertainment committee After the business meeting a social hour was enjoyed Refreshments were served to Messrs and Mmes Robert I Butler J E Brown Joe Bly J Ernest Callaway j Messrs J Villo Maclin L A Mac- ' lin Mrs A Scott of Lnhbock and Rev and Mrs Phil E Chappell a?? Surprise Brrthda y Party Honors Son Mrs Mar Dixon 1417 Washington Avenne entertained Wednesday night at her home with a surprise party for her son Mr L Jj Dixon of Wichita Falls who with his family is visiting in her home Six o'clock dinner was served from table beautifully decorated in pink j and white flowers the center marked with a large white birthday cake topped with pink candles Mr Dixon's brothers and sisters were the only gnests those present fceins Mrs O C Gordon of Port Ar- J thnr: Miss Mary Finn Port Arthur: ! Messrs L R Dixon Otho Dixon and Harold Dixon of Fort Worth and J- K Dixon of Flectra K y PERSONALS Rev and Mrs R C Armstrong 2H01 Oakland Boulevard are spending the week-end in Mineral Wells and en route home will spend several j days in Weatherford Mrs F Hahn and daughter Velita ! Rose Arbor Estate Denton Highway I left Friday for a tour of the Grand ! Canvon Before returning home they j will visit relatives in Los Angeles and Seattle Miss Virginia Poindexter 1920 TVtrtmonth Court has returned from a visit in Dalli Miss Esther Newton 1701 South Henderson Street left Monday with ner mother Mrs A J Xlansker for Shvveporr where thev will be joined try Mr Mansker From there they will visit Niagara Falls Chicago New Tork City and points In Canada — aa— Mrs Jess Kennedv instructor in 'Al'CTION AND CONTRACT BRIDGE— Adv Irish Guards Are Attacked by Band DUBLIN July 29— Arm-d men made an attack on the guard at the TaHaghr miiltary camp near Lublb Friday morning but were driven rff by soldierx fire None of the £uatd was injured Between 50 and 60 shots wero exchanged The morning was dark and the military authorities were unable to say whether any of the attackers ! who retreated across a field were j wounded ORDERS Must Be Obeyed A clean sweep of the entire store is ordered from headquarters of the Railway Salvage Sales Company Everything in the house has been marked down and is now ready for public sale Clothing for men and boys shoes for men and boys gents' furnishings ladies' dresses children's dresses Everything in the house goes nothing reserved Don't miss this opportunity Bp-pi J i MEN'S SUITS Six hundred and fifty men's and young men's suits mad-? of tropical vcorsted medium weight three-piece all-wool suits everything one price Lcvfr u ii - sum $745 PANTS Men's and boys all-woo pants in fancy and sop colors clearing sale ILIJU ?lfli $195 MEN'S SHOES Hundreds of pairs of Men's high grade shoes Such as Edwin Ciapp Stacy Adams Have been displayed on our counter out of the boxes and marked in plain figures $195 $295 STRAW HATS With fancy bands $:00 and 4"i sellers all pa i!-: r go at one JlJC Children's Dresses H u n d reds of Children's oile Dresses m fanev em broidered and silk trimmed Out they go I M V V V 111 — 48c Nearly a million loaves of Mrs BairdPS Bread is served every month— because if is DRESS SHIRTS Out they go hundreds to pick Irom rnglisn broad- clothf percales and madras materials one price 95c Children's Shoes Hundreds of pairs of Boys and Girls' Slippers in Style Cupid Blonde Car- betts oxfords sandals one strap blucher and "patent lenthcr Out they go — 95 SILK HOSE Hundreds of dozens to dispose of at per pair 20c WORK PANTS Of all descriptions some thing that a working man neetts and uses lots of Out they 75c MEN'S FELT HATS In small siz" g w values C BELTS Leather Belts in wide styles Fancy and plain f colors Out I go SHIP FIRMS BAND TO BUILD 4 NAVAL BOATS WASHINGTON July LJ— To as-atire uniformity of construction the three firms which have contracted to build four scout cruisers for the navy have organized the Marine Engineering Corporation with offices in Philadelphia the Navy Department was advised Thursday The concerns are the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation the American Brown Boveri Electric Corporation and the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company which will build two of the cruisers Railway Salvage Sales Co 1015-1017 Houston Street — Corner 10th Street Open Saturday Night Phone Your Wants to 2-4 j 3 1 M mm

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