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END SENTINEL
MARFA, PRESIDIO COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1945
Army Man Ends
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Homer McCormack, Ohio
Native, May Have "Believe
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Showers," East
FORECAST:
Partly cloudy
and continued worn with widely
scattered rain showers east of
Alpine Friday; probable maxiYnUi;i 95, probable minimum 60.
As of 3 F. M. Thurs. June 7
Temperatures Thurs., June 7
1 A. M . . . 69
9 A. M. . . 82
3 A. M.. . 68
11 A. M. . . 87
5 A. M. . . 62
1 P. M. . . 90
7 A. M.. . 72
3 P. M. . . 91
Maximum temperature June
7: 94. Minimum temperature:
61.
Rainfall for week ending
noon June 7: none. Rainfall
so far this year: 1:55.
Sun rises at 5:53 A. M. Sun
sets at 7:56 P. M.
Harold Rosson Top
Graduate at NJMJMUL
High School Course at
School Completed by Marfan
When highest ranking seniors of
the high school division of New Mexico Military
Institute, Roswell,
walked on the stage Tuesday morning in the order of their rank as
graduates the first one was Harold
Frank Rosson, a Marfa youth, son of
Mrs. J. F. Rosson, and a grandson of
Mrs. J. M. Rosson.
The young man's average was 98.
A student here until the last two
years, Rosson completed the Basic
Course in the Senior Cavalry Unit of
the R. 0 . T. C. at the school. Numerous honors were given him as a result of his high scholastic
rank,
(Information
supplied
by
among them being two loving cups, a
courtesy of Weather Office,
plaque for excellence in science subMarfa Army Air Field).
jects, and a scholarship at New Mexico Military Institute if he decides to
continue his studies at the institution.
Rosson was scholastic leader in his
class of 167 during the first semester.
Undecided as to the college he will
A memorial service, in tribute to attend, Rosson is interested in chemthe late Lt. Gene Colquitt, has been I ioal pTiorTneerinji and pjvVhf»h!'_r .,-11
arranged for 5:30 Sunday afternoon | specialize in that type of work.
at the Methodist Church, according to
Mrs. Rosson and son, Glenn, were
an announcement made yesterday by in Roswell for the commencement
the Rev. Nelson Wurgler, pastor.
oroeram.
Lieutenant Colquitt, son of W. H.
Colquitt, gave his life recently as
pilot of a B-29 Fortress stationed in
A lay reader will conduct Sunday
the Marianas. Mrs. Colquitt, his
morning
services in June at St. Paul's
wife, and their child, live in Big
Episcopal Church, it was announced
Spring.
this week. The church has been withThe Reverend Mr, Wurgler will be out a pastor since the Rev, W, H,
assisted in the service by the Rev. Martin retired and . went to Lincoln,
VOLUME 20, NUMBER 13
TCC REPRESENTATIVES
EXPECTED NEXT WEEK;
MAA.F OFFICERS "FROZEN"
The first arrival of Troop Carrier Command representatives is
scheduled for Thursday, June 14,
according to word received this
week by Col. Henry R. Baxter,
commanding officer of Marfa
Army Air Field.
The group will come from Indianapolis, headquarters for the
the TCC.
Inactivation plans were temporarily halted Thursday afternoon when orders were issued by
Headquarters,
Western
Flying Training
Command,
to
"freeze" all remaining personnel. This applied to all pilots
and ground personnel. No further information was available at
Sentinel press time as to the disposition of those who are "frozen.
Nineteen years, five months of
Marfan* who make up the "soldier tine," as he calls it, make
f the Ve rans of
up the Army experience of portly
Homer McCormack, known as "Mac"
c r Derapsey was installed as Post to hundreds of Marfa people who
- tender. He organized the p^st know him as a result of years of serr „ D puty Chief of Staff and the vice at Port D. A. Russell.
^ m u s t e r e d in by C. A. Dan"Mac" thinks he may have a "Believe It or Not," in the fact that he
Li of Monahans.
Other officers of the organization has served both in World War I and
World War II at the same military
post, and that all of his military serSenior Vice Commander, Ware A.
vice has been at either Fort Bliss or
Lord- Junior Vice Commander, Hom- Fort D. A. Russell.
L, MJcormack; Adjutant and Quar- McCormack, or "Mac," (Mr. Mct s * * Daniel B- fB T ack) I r * i n ; Cormack" just doesn't fit somehow)
\aplain, S. M. S w e a n n g e n ; P o s t left the service May 24 and has seven
teon, Samuel H a r t e r ; T r u s t e e s - discharges to his credit. Fifty years
Ik p Hurley, G. W. Fuller, TJrbano old, he hails from East Liverpool,
I I Villeanueba; Ufticer of D a y , F e r d - Ohio, from which state his enlistment
A resident of Nebraska the last
three years, L. B. Martin, formerly
iD8nd H. Weber; Post Historian, Al- in the Cavalry begain in May, 1916.
athletics coach and mathematics
fred G. Henry; Guard, Jose Chavez. His first service was at Fort Bliss,
teachur here, was a Marfa visitor
TU organization has set the first tutsri lie came iiele. Ho spent three
Tuesday and Wednesday.
LdThird" Monday of each month as years as a horseshoer in the Cavalry
jits meeting time, and the t h i r d floor and seven years as a horseshoer and
Mr. and Mrs. Martin and their
H the courthouse as the place. All pack train man.
daughter, Sandra Kay, who are livLterans who are eligible to affiliate
ing at Fort Crook, Nebraska, are in
In December, 1917, according to his
lire urged to do so and to attend Army record, Mac went with the 8th
Texas for a short vacation visit. They
flew to Fort Worth and went by car
(meetings of the Post. Members of Cavalry into Mexico. As the record
from there to Wichita Falls for a
Lther units of the organization who has it— "engagement with bandits?
visit with relatives. Mrs. Martin and
lire in the Marfa community also a r e at Bueno Vista, Mexico, Dec. 1, 1917,
their daughter did not make the trip
limited to attend the meetings.
and Rancho Minibus." That wasn't a
here with Mr. Martin. His father
The Marfa post is to be known as long period of foreign service but it
was with him on the short trip made
•"Big Bend Post No. 4147."
suffices in making him eligible for
to the Marfa section.
The only Spanish-American w a r Veterans of Foreign Wars memberjwteran that has affiliated with t h e ship; he joined the recently organized M ^ i »/Vi ij s s * .¾ ./1,11 M A M i i_.rr- L ' c i C W i ***- i C N. M., to live. The morning service
First Baptist Church, of which Lieu- at the church will begin at 11 structor of Army Air Forces men at
|new organization is Samuel H a r t e r , post here.
Lincoln, Mr. Martin for the last four•well known Marfan who lives a t
o'clock.
"Every young kid ought to be in," tenant Colquitt was a member.
teen months has been with the Air
iMarfa Hotel. Member? a t present is the way Mac states his opinion of
Technical Service Command, making
[other than the officers elected and the Texas State Guard. His boy, who
final
inspection of B-29 aircraft be[installed are Roy B. Dempsey, John- will be eighteen in December, is a
fore those mighty planes are delivjr.ie Collie, Henry Guevara, and E d - „ « „ » ^ . U , » _ _i? i l _ „ 1 t „ . ; u i . _
.. •
ered to crews which will use them in
»rd Bain Bomar.
zation and is expecting to be in the
combat.
Army before so very long.
The Martins will be in Texas about
There was a ten-year stretch when
Historic Ruins Gives $16,000 to Relatives of John James
twelve days.
Mac had a try at civilian life. He
Who Surveyed Area From Public Domain of Texas in 1856
was an engine operator at the cotton
that afterward the government paid
By BARRY SCOBEE
oil mill here and also was a 'bartenthe James people about .120,000 lease
der. But the Army call was too
FORT DAVIS, June 7 . - T h e old money up to the time the post was
Mpmhers' Raannneihilitiea
strong and he went back into the Fort Davis military post has been
abandoned in 1891, afiei the Apaches
War Bond buyers—whose purchOutlined by Program Leader
:iold at last.
M r» H
r\o*iv»
rtlmnnnf
A H
•« r^
r? « • « • • * ** r »
Tr*
ases are made today or any day to
Now, he's looking forward to civilThe men who will direct Lions
A deed filed here the last day of dians and the garrison was no longer and including Thursday of
next
Club members in their civic activities ian life again. He doesn't know what May conveyed title to the section of needed.
week—are to be given Palace Theater
bring the last six months of t h e he will do but he's hoping for some •and and all the old crumbling buildMany efforts have been made in the tickets that will admit them to a specjfear are to be chosen a t t h e club's sort of Civil Service work for which ings to M. L. (Mac) Sproul, a ranch- las'; 15 or 20 years by the Fort Davis ial showing for War Bond buyers
his experience qualifies him. This man born and reared here. The venmeeting today.
Chamber of Commerce, other civic only at the Palace Theater at 9:15,
week he was in El Paso on business dor was the James Estate of San Anorganizations, and public spirited on June 14.
Lions Club officers serve only six in connection with his future.
He ionic Eugene Sproul, son of Mac,
men throughout Texas, to purchase
months.
P. M. Thomas, theater manager,
emphasized to a friend here this week •:aid the price paid for the historic
tho land and buildings with a view to said this week that he has scheduled
The Rev. Herbert D. Dollahite, pro- his pride in having served all his
turning them over either to Texas or "Tomorrow, the World," as the film
lan chairman, told fellow members Army time—except four months at property was $16,000.
The deal, had been under way for the United States for a park or entertainment for the 9:15 show for
fo the luncheon, Friday, of t h e i r r e - Fort Bliss—at Fort D. A. Russell and
:nonths. R. H. Bloys, Jeff Davis national monument. Such has been bond buyers. Frederic March, Betty
sponsibilities as club members. H e
in the fact of his being—
county clerk, said it was necessary the hope, the dream, the vision, of al- Field, Joan Carrol, Edith Angold, Agstressed the importance of committee
"The
only
man
who
fought
two
pembers working together a s groups
to get signatures on the deed from most innumerable persons.
nes Moorehead and Skippy Homeier
World
wars
at
Fort
D.
A.
Russell."
scarry out the assignments given
numerous descendants of the original Preservation E(forts Fail
are featured players. It will be the
item.
John James who patented the land
In the Texas Centennial year of first time the picture has been seen
after he had surveyed it out of the 1936 Congressman Ewing Thomason here.
Certificates
Mr. Thomas called attention to the
N and new members were a s A letter received this week by her Texas domain in 1856. It had been of this district organized the entire
Kd their certificates would be here friend, Mrs. Dora Wilson, told that in James ownership since.
Texas congressional delegation in fact that an admission ticket is being
Washington, including the senators, given with each bond sold. The more
Mrs. S. T. Wood was recovering after U. S. Selected Location
The War Department chose the and waited on then Vice-President bonds bought, the more tickets to the
A* I- Mills, Presidio county r a . ^ h - an operation which she underwent
*». and E. B. King, Sonora, &M Monday. Mrs. Wood is a patient in land out of the uninhabited wilds of Garner in an attempt to have $32,000 9:15 show will be given. Issuing
ervation Service employee, were El Paso. The letter was written the West Texas in 1854 and Luilt the Centennial money allocated for the agencies in the county will give the
tickets when the bonds are bought.
(Continued on Page Four)
day after the operation.
post thereon. Old army records show
, ¾
f W r«* ° stered in*May 29
fcE«* ™
-
Service Sunday In
Memory of Lieutenant
Former Marfans in
Texas From Nebraska
Church Services in June
L1
Post Property at Fort Davis Bought by
Ranchman; Possibility of Portion for Park
Won Today for
llions Club Officers
Palace Picture Show for
Bond Buyers Thursday
Mrs. S. T. Wood Better
fc:-fc::-»:*»KW
Coyotes, Bobcats
Continue to Fall
In Presidio "Attack"
Ranchmen's Eradication
Work Report Given Group for
First Four Months of Year
Predators totaling 225 have been
reported as the January-FebruaryMarch-April "take*' of the work sponsored by the Presidio County Wolf
Club of which Houston E. Smith is
secretary and who, as such, recently
sent detailed report to members of
the organization of ranchmen pushing the eradication work.
During the time thirty ranchmen
members contributed $3,172.72 for
the work that saves them dollars in
livestock losses, and Presidio county
gave $800 toward the work.
Mr. Smith's report shows that in
four months—December to March, inclusive—the cost of the work per
predator was $13.37, with 168 coyotes and 45 bobcats falling before the
onslaught of the trappers directed by
Darwin Ivy. In the first four months
of this year the average cost of the
predators killed increased to $13.83,
with 177 coyotes and 48 bobcats "liquidated," as modern warfare terminology would have it.
The club's balance at the end of
March was $2,351.54.
The seven zonemen in the county—
J. W. Rawls, L. J. Watts, Milton
Smith, C. E. McFarland,
Hayes
Mitchell, A. L. Baugh, Edwin
Fowlkes—were furnished sixty-nine
names of sheep and goat raisers in
their areas. Thirty-five signed agreements to cooperate in the wark, and
of these twenty-eight paid a 6-month
assessment, one the assessment for
twelve months, another the amount
required for one month, and five had
not paid at the time of the report.
killed in the "East Presidio County"
area, made up of Rawls, Mills, Sellers, and "02"> places, than elsewhere.
Eighty-three animals were killed
there. Other totals were:
Central Presidio County — 54:
South-West Presidio County — 59;
Candelaria-Ruidosn—m* T?xr«r. IQ
The report made to the members by
A'Ai.. oiiiiLfi muicaies mat no account
is taken of the number of eagles destroyed.
Sunday Service at 11
"A Vital and Happy Religion" will
be the subject of the Rev. Alvin O.
Rue, pastor of the First Presbyterian
v^nurcti, V
' 11C71 JIG spsstcs ciiero Suriuay
morning at 11 o'clock. Boys and girls
of the Sunday School will meet an
hour earlier.
The Young People's
meeting will be at 5 o'clock with Miss
Ruth Livingston as sponsor.
Marfan to California
Many years a Marfa resident and
a former postmaster and newspaper
man here, O. L. NiccoIIs, left last
week for San Diego, Calif., where he
will make his home with his daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth H. Jensen. Ho
has been living with his son, E. F .
NiccoIIs, Presidio county treasurer.
>:< > _ - ^ ' < > "'
I
They Directed
l * A. A. F .
for
Trainiinn*
€r.!5T>s*;
COL. GERALD HOYLE
Commanding
June, 1M2-June, 1HS
First commanding officer of Marfa
Army Air Field, Col. Gerald Hoyle,
who directed the growth of the advance** twin-engine flying school arrived here in June, 1942, to establish
offices for his small staff in the Marfa National Bank building. During
his year of command many sisnWcant
events took place such as the "takeoff" of the initial training flight on
December 7, 1942—one year after
PeaH Harbor.
A graduate of the
University of Southern California,
Colonel Hoyle began his Air Forces
career at March Field, Calif., in 1929.
Ha is now in command of LeMoore
(Calif) Army Air Field.
COL. GEORGE F. HARTMAN
COL. DONALD B. PHILLIPS COL. A. J. KERWIN MALONE
COL. HENRY R. BAXTER
Commanding
June, lHS'October, 1HS
Commanding
October, IHS-Jvne, 1944
Commanding
June, 19U-AprU, 1945
Commanding
April, 1945-preQent
r~i a***** F:. TTartman. first
MAAF commanding officer with a
.0. S. Military Academy commission,
was the only one to receive overseas
orders while in command. The 33year old officer was instrumental in
promoting the military cooperation
for the Sept. 1943, rodeo in Marfa.
While in command he married motion
picture star Elaine Shepard. Colonel
Hartman h?d^re-viou?Iy spared- in
Panaiiia j S t f W ^ B t a n o n f c d in the
China-Burma-India Theater with an
Air Service Command Group. He was
recently awarded the Soldier's Medal
for rescuing passengers from a
crashed, burning bomber.
Now acting commanding officer :>f
the Western Flying Training;
mand flexible gunnery wing at kas
Vegas, N. M., Col. Donald B. PhUUiW
produced enviable airplHine maintenance and flying safety records while
in command of MAAF. Particularly
interested in the comfort of the personnel at MAAF, he also did much
toward beautiftcation of the grounds.
Colore! Phillips soloed l a s ^ r s t airplane in 1910 when he was 18. He
entered the service in 1917 and served
as a pilot in France during 1918-1919.
In 1926 he perfected and standardized
methods for inspection and maintenance of airplanes. ;-
A veteran of overseas service in the
Jgfe^npine Islands before world War
II and the commanding, officer of the
first troop carrier group to go to
England during the "dark days" of
1942, Colonel Malone came from an old
army family. His father, Maj. Gen.
Paul B. Malone, (retired) was chief
of plans and training for General
Pershing during World War I. Colonel Malone was graduated as a pilot
from Kelly Field in 1926 after two
years at the U. S. Military Ac*<'*«3£.
New stationed in Panama, Colonel
Malono left his post at Marfa to assume command of Yuma (Ariz)
Army Air Field, gunnery school.
The second West foint graduate to
command MAAF, Coi. Henry ft. Baxter had formerly been stationed a t
Kelly, Brooks, Randolph and Midland
Army Air Fields as well as in comTnand of Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, for five months during 1942.
He was stationed for 18 months in the
Pou<t\ Paciftc and returned to tho
States to command air fields at Altus
and Enid, Oklahoma, prior to assignment to Marfa. With over 4000
jgjjfs^in the air, Colonel Baxter
nolds observer's, combat observer's
and senior pilot wings. Whether or
not he is to remain with the Troop
Carrier unit has not been determined-
FRIDAY, J(jNE 1(
THE BIG BEND SENTINEL, MARFA, TEXAS
PAGE SIX
Back-yavd Party
Monday, May 21, for
Sixth Grade Students
Society
Sixth grade students were uonor
guests for a werner roast Monday
evening when the room mothers, Mis.
Ernest Williams and Mrs. J. W. Lawhon entertained with a
backyard
party a t the Williams home.
The patriotic motif and red, white
Outdoor games and contests proand blue color scheme were used for
vided amusement for the group, and
very effective decoration of the Gold
in the charade contests prizes were
Room of the Crews Hotel last
awarded to Ronald Mecklin and Jim
week for the banquet honoring mem- Wurgler, for the boys' team, and to
bers or the eighth gvadt* graduating Mary Louise Bradford and Jacquelin
class.
Husband for the girls.
Texas and American flags stood in
Werners roasted over an open fire
the four corners of the room, and a were served with beans, cabbage slaw,
cluster of small flags of all naticn3 relishes, buns, cookies
and
iced
was arranged on the mantle.
The drinks.
long U-shaped table was adorned with
In appreciation for their work
three large bouquets of flowers in the
throughout the year, the room mothpredominating
colors—roses
and
ers were presented gifts of stationery
larkspur being used. Flanking each
from the class
bouquet were red, white and blue
Attending the picnic w e r e :
candles, and slender vases with roseLorraine McLoy, J i m Wurgler,
buds completed the table decoration.
Reba Ann Foley, Polly Lawhon, Mary
Place cards were in the form of books,
Louise Bradford, Jacqueline Huswith the American flag on the cover
band, Donna Richman, Sadie N a n Mcand the program printed inside.
Spadden, Billy Lynn P a r t a i n , Bill
Toastmaster for the evening was
Biedeger, M a r y M a r g a r e t Rogers,
Tommy Lee, and the invocation was
Eloise Cooper, Dorothy Collins, H y a given by Supt. J. E . Gregg. The procinth Tyler, Helen Ann Cazell, Dale
g r a m consisted of a song " P u t on
Cunningham, Lawrence Howard, IsaYour Old Gray Bonnet." by a group
belle Ivy; sixth grade s t u d e n t s ; Ronof girls of the class, with Mrs. Nel?.ld Mecklin, a guest.
scn Wurgler a=? accompanist, a piano
duet by Mrs. Wurgler
and
Joan
Wurglt-r, unu two songs by the entire i c a
class.
An interesting feature of the prog r a m was presented by Miss Ruth
Livingston, p r i m a r y teacher, who
Climaxing a year's work, members
road themes which had been written
by various members of the class dur- of the Intermediate Girl Scouts ening their first year of school—eight tertained with a tea and exhibit of
year?, before. She concluded by ask- their badge work Wednesday. May
Shack.
Honor
ing the group if they noted any im- 23, in the Scout
guests for the occasion were their
provement in their work.
special paOther than the members of the mothers, teachers and
class those attending the
banquet trons.
were Supt. and Mrs, J, K- Greere.
Spring flowers were used throughMrs. Nelson Wurgler,
Miss Mary out the room and t h e tea table was
Eunice Bishop, class sponsor, Mrs. H. adorned w i t h a center bouquet of
F . Darr. Mrs. 0 . A. Knight, Mrs. Vai roses, baby's b r e a t h and snapdragRichman and Mrs. Joe W. Copeland. ons, flanked by candles. Presiding at
the table were Scout Sandra Harder
and Scout Helen Ann Cazell. Punch
and cookies were served to the guests.
Banquet at Hotel
Monday in Honor of
Eighth Grade Graduates
and Exhibit
Social Occasion for
Scout Group Last Week
Mesdames Holmes,
Chambers Co-hostesses
For Members of Circle
H. J . R. No. 11
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION
•imposing an Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas so as
to provide for continuous salary per
diem of all members of the Legislature during their tenure of office.
BE IT RESOLVED
BY
THE
L E G I S L A T U R E OF T H E S T A T E
OF TEXAS:
Section 1. T h a t Section 24 of Article I I I of the Constitution of Texas
be amended so as to hereafter read as
Follows:
"Section 24. Members of the Legislature shall receive from the public
T t e a a u i y a yci Jieui of Ten Dollars
($10) per day during their tenure of
office. In addition to the per diem the
members of each House shall be entitled to mileage in going to and ret u r n i n g from the seat of government,
which mileage shall not exceed Two
Dollars and Fifty Cents ($2.50) for
each twenty-five (25) miles, the distance to be computed by the nearest
and most direct route of travel by
land, regardless of railways or w a t e r
r o u t e s ; and the Comptrollers of the
State shall prepare and preserve a
table of distances to each county seat,
now or hereafter to be established;
and by such table the mileage of each J
member shall be paid; but no member
shall be entitled to mileage for any
extra session that may be called within one day after the adjournment of
any regular or called session."
-•stessps Mondav of last week
were Mr?. Lon Chambers and Mrs.
H. B. Holmes. Sr., when they entertained members of the Lambuth Circle &f the VTomPT.'s SocietTr of f^ri?;tian Service of the Methodist Church,
in the home of Mrs. Holmes.
Oronin-r the program, Mrs. Charles
Bir:hop u*ert for the devotional P^alm
1, concluding with a talk on "Temperance."'
During a social hour which followed
the hostesses served refreshments of
punch and rake.
. the SENTINEL
Has
ideal t : gift that can be used a. ,
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— ^Do your b u y W f, loin * p
BRIEF CASES
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« time.
one for the graduate. An m a t e s at the Sentinel— u d v ~ or ff£gd.
Yes
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A weak tube that "let's go" may
ruin a good tire beyond
repair. It's good tire insurance to have your tubes
checked occasionally. A
new tube will conserve a
tire — help keep you riding longer.
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BTT1I
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Telephone—
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You're Expected SUNDAY, June 17, by the
Get a B.F.Goodrich
TUBE Now
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nun
If you've been "getting by"
with a weak, leaky, patched,
stretched or chafed tube—get
a new B. F. Goodrich tube.
It's made with Duramin—the 6.00-16
vitamin that toughens rubber
—makes it live longer.
IVU
Plus Tax
BLOYS CAMP MEETING ASSN.
WEBB BROS.
—Annual Meeting to Arrange 1945 Camp Meeting
Repairing
Body Work
Refinishing
—DELCO LIGHT SALES AND SERVICE—
—MORNING WORSHIP
—BASKET DINNER
Gulf Products
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tf
"Your Office Supplies Store in P r e sidio County" has it. T r y the Big
Bend Sentinel
first.—adv.
Sec. 2. The foregoing Constitutional Amendment shall be submitted to
a vote of the qualified eluclois of this
State a t an election to be held
throughout the State on the fourth
Saturday in August, A. D. 1945, a t
which all ballots shall have printed
thereon:
"FOR the Constitutional Amend-
Twenty-two girls are enrolled in
the Scout organization and the entire
group fulfilled the requirements for
the Second Class Badge. Sixteen of
the girls won Proficiency Badges for
Neediecraft.
These awards will be
presented the girls during a Court of
A w a r d today at the 1:00 o'clock elem e n t a r y school assemblv.
Exhibits of Scout craft
throughout the room, and the members and hteir leaders, Mrs. H. C.
H a r d e r and Mrs. E r n e s t Williams,
were dressed in uniform.
Approximately forty-five guests attended the tea.
L'».
ment providing for continuous salary
i w diem of all members of the Legislature during their tenure of office"
and
"AGAINST
the
Constitutional
Amendment providing for continuous
salary per diem of all members of
the Legislature during their tenure
of office."
Each voter shall m a r k out one of
?aid clauses on the ballot, leaving the
one expressing his vote on the proposed Amendment.
Sec. 3. The Governor shall issue
the necessary proclamation for said
election and have the same published
as required by the Constitution and
laws of this State.
Sec. 4 The provisions of this Constitutional Amendment shall be self
enacting, and if a majority of votes
at said election shall be cast for same
the Governor shall, within
thirty
(30) days after said election, issue a
proclamation declaring this Amendment to be a p a r t of the Constitution of Texas.—ll-4tc.
u c u u u i u i onuiiuati
Phone 114
uvurt-
REMEMBER THE DATE:—
SUNDAY, JUNE 17
Your Dealer Has It
A BIG SUPPLY
OF PATIENCE
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are
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anc
any
sua
sha
Coming On Furlough
Tej
Mrs. F..E.L. Tyler, Mrs. F r A.
F o r t y months of service in the PaMitchell, Mrs. R. N. Settle, Mrs. D.
A. Flynt, Mrs. J. M. Rosson, Mrs. cific Theater of Operations completed,
Charles Bishop. Mrs. Hettie Teas. TVS Enrique C. Mata is expected to
Mr?. C. K. Cram and the hostesses. receive a furlough soon when he will
•\ Isit his parents here. He is in the
A "Morriset" is the thing for you. Engineers, according to a Public RePen rests in ink. Three colors. At lations Office release from the Eighth
Service Command, Dallas.
Sentinel.—adv.
the
ced
sist
yea
p!ic
BIG BEND MOTOR FREIGHT
Daily Service To and From—
MARFA
EL PASO
RUSSELL CHURCH, Marfa Agent —
— Telephone 181
aut
ew Price Schedule Announced For
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DAVIS
v.:-&:-.
SiSl
TIRES
Ail of us can thank Ilia neighborhcod business man for doing a
whale of a wartime job. Short of
help and with many empty shelves,
he has striven to give each family
its fair share. He has labored late
and often over ration records and
changes in regulations. He ha3
been co-operative and uncomplaining. Remembering those away
from the homes of the families he
serves, he keeps on buying War
Bonds—for keeps.
Your dealer has had plenty of
comnanv in all walks of life , , ,
6.00 x 16
$13.95 plus $1.18 tax
TOTAL
$15.13
6.25/6.50 x 16
..... $16.95 plus $1.30 tax
TOTAL
$18.25
5.25 5.50 x 17
$12.80 plus $1.09 tax
TOTAL
$13.89
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people who have pulled together
in a great awakening of the tradi
tional American spirit. They have
amazed themselves and the world
with their ingenuity. They have
found security in self-reliance.
They have vowed not to slacken
their pace until complete victory
is ours.
No less important, they are
resolved to apply their new-found
ability to the utmost when peace
comes to make ours an even better
country for those who have defended it so gallantly.
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S A I N T
L O U I S
FRIDAY.
JUNE 1, 1945
THE BIG BEND SENTINEL, MARFA, TEXAS
PAGE SEVEN
LEGAL NOTICE
the maximum payment per month per
lar establishment of the United States
H. J. R. No. 13 person from State funds shall not be
Army, Navy, or Marine Corps; a n d
INT
R E S 0 L U T 1 0 N
more
than
Twenty
Dollars
($20)
per
unUSB J °
provided further, t h a t all persons in
H
Carroll Wease of Austin is visiting
I f f an amendment t o t h e Con- month; giving the Legislature the the armed forces of t h e United
f
°?Zn of the State of Texas, amend- power to set up a system of payments States, or the component branches friends in Marfa.
Two wec-ks of Bible instruction for
$ t l
Mrs. Max Champie left Tuesday Latin-American ^oys and girls is to
1 S l 51«. 51b, 51c, and 51d of for the needy blind persons' over thereof, not members of t h e regular
in£
r 1P HI so that the same shall con- twenty-one (21) years of age; giving establishment of the United States iiight for Mount Vernon, Texas, for iregin Monday a t Blaclcwell Junior
A
- - Section t o be known a s the Legislature the power to set up
Army, Navy, or Marine Corps, a r e a visit with per parents, Mr. and High School under the direction of
si8
V°n m providing t h a t t h e Legis- a system of payments to needy chil- hereby declared not to be disquali- Mrs. L. A. Tittle, and other relatives. the Rev. Vicente Aguilar, pastor of
lature shall have t h e power t o p r o - dren under sixteen (16) years of fied from voting by reason of a n y Mrs. Arthur Kerr and Miss Phyllis the Mexican Christian Church.
/assistance to a n d provide^ for age; providing for the expenditure of provision of sub-section " F i f t h " of Headlee were visitors in El Paso
All Latin-American children befunds
from
the
Federal
Government;
from
Wednesday
of
last
week
until
payment
of
same
t
o
actual
bona
the
tween t h e ages of four a n d twelve
Section 1, of this Article."
Sunday.
I citizens of Texas who a r e needy limiting the total amount which may
a r e invited to enroll, t h e Reverend
Sec. 2. The foregoing ConstituMrs. Emmett DeVolin and daugh- Mr. Aguilar said Wednesday. InId persons over t h e a g e of sixty- be expended for euch assistance out tional amendment shall be submitted
ag
ter, Joann, returned Monday after it.vuclion will h* from 9 t o 12 in t h e
, L „e«rK. needy blind persons of State funds: and providing m n . »~ v. , ,o
Vk vx i,uc ijuttuutju electors oi
ditions as to residence within the
a visit with Mrs. DeVolin's sister, morning and 1 t o 4 in the afternoon.
this state on August 25, 1945, at
°Ifr« and needy children u n d e r t h e State in order to become eligible to which election all voters favoring Mrs. C. A. Lee, of Ballinger.
Pfc. and Mrs. J. W. Peevey, Jr.,
L of sixteen (16) y e a r s ; providing receive assistance."
said proposed amendment shall write
L the acceptance of financial aid
"Against the amendment to the or have printed on their ballots the and son left Monday for Fresno,
A visitor in M a r f a Monday was t h e
Calif., after a visit with their partorn the Government of t h e United Constitution giving the Legislature following:
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peevey and Right Rev. J a m e s M. Stoney, Bishop
states for such assistance; providing the power to set up a system of pay"FOR the amendment to Article VI
cf New Mexico a n d Southwest Texthat the payments of such assistance ments of old age assistance to those of the Constitution of Texas, pro- Mrs. Johnny Shannon.
While here, t h e Reverend M r .
Mrs. J. B. Little left Tuesday for a?.
from State funds shall never exceed above sixty-five (65) years of age; viding that any person in the armed
Stoney called a conference of memeither the payments from Federal provided that monthly payments from forces of the United States, or the Brownsaille for a visit with her son, bers of St. P a u l ' s Episcopal Chur-ch,
funds or a total of more t h a n T h i r t y - State funds to any one person may Armed Force Reserve of the United Edward Little, and from there will which w a s held in the church Monday
five Million Dollars ($35,000,000) p e r be in valid amounts based on need, States, or of any branch or compon- go to Missouri Valley, Iowa, to visit night. The minister's home is in Alyear; providing for t h e necessary that the maximum payment per ent part thereof, or of the United her parents and other relatives.
buquerque.
Miss Louise LaVanture who has
election, form of ballot, proclamation, month per person from State funds State?, Maritime Service, or the
and publication, and m a k i n g a n a p -shall not be more than Twenty Dol- United States Merchant Marine, or been attending the Radford School for
propriation to defray t h e necessary lars ($20) per month; giving the Leg- who has been a member of same Girls, El Paso, arrived last week-end
expenses of proclamation, publication, islature the power to set up a system within eighteen months prior to the to spend the vacation with her parof payments for the needy blind per- holding of any election in this state ents, Dr. and Mrs. L. A. LaVanture.
and holding the election.
Ensign James Edward Watts arBE IT RESOLVED B Y T H E sons over twenty-one (21) years of authorized by law, and is otherwise a
and
rived Wednesday morning from Long
LEGISLATURE O F T H E S T A T E age; giving the Legislature the power qualified voter, shall not be required Beach, Calif., and is spending a tento set uo a system of payments to to pay, or to hold a receipt for the
OF TEXAS:
needy children under sixteen (16) payment of, a poll tax in order to day leave period with his parents,
Section 1. That Sections 51a, 51b,
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Watts.
years of age; providing for the ex51c, and 51d of Article I I I of t h e Con- penditure of funds from the Federal vote at any such election, if same is
Mrs. Brooks Bentley arrived Wedheld while the United States is at
stitution of the State of T e x a s be Government; limiting
nesday from Washington, D. C , and
the total
gnmutod and t h e same a r e hereby amount which may be expended for war or within a certain stated time Jr. ft-rsjvnsJ'Srtrw +r«rrt ttttttAra \Tttnnt\f\T\ W i t h
amended so that t h e same shall here- such assistance out of State funds; thereafter."
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
•PHONE 150-W or 101—
Those opposed to such amendment Bishop.
after consist of one section t o be and providing conditions as to resinumbered 51a, which shall read a s dence within the State in order to shall have written or printed on
Mr .and Mrs. R. H. Yeats arrived
follows:
become eligible to receive assistance." their ballots the following:
Saturday from Eagle Pass for a short
"Sec. 51a. The Legislature shall
"AGAINST the amendment to Ar- visit with their daughter, Mrs. Lynn
Sec. 3. The Governor of the State ticle VI of the Constitution of Texas, Forbes, and family; leaving Tuesday,
have the power, by general laws t o
provide, subject to limitations a n d r e - of Texas is hereby directed to issue providing that any person in the they were accompanied to Artesia, N.
strictions herein contained, a n d such the necessary proclamation for said armed forces of the United States, or M., by Mrs. Forbes and son, Jerry,
other limitations, restrictions a n d reg- election and have the same published the Armed Force Reserve of the who are spending a week there with
ulations as may by the Legislature be and held as required by the Consti- United States, or of any branch relatives.
deemed expedient for assistance t o , tution and the Laws of the State of or component part thereof, or of the
Sgt. and Mrs. Herbert D. Smith
Texas.
United
States
Maritime
Service,
or
and for the payment of assistance t o :
and daughter, Kathy, following a
Sec.
4.
The
sum
of
Five
Thousand
the
United
States
Merchant
Marine,
" m Needv aeed persons w h o a r e
visit with'Sergeant Smit'h parents in
Dollars
($5,000)
or
so
much
thereof
or
who
has
been
a
member
of
same
actual bona fide citizens of Texas and
Winfield, arrived Thursday of last
as
may
be
necessary
is
hereby
approwithin
eighteen
months
prior
to
the
who are over the age of sixty-five
week for a week's visit with Mrs.
priated
out
of
the
funds
of
the
Treasholding
of
any
election
in
this
state
CJ_«;4.l.»-i ^^-H^-n-t-r.
"Hf-" nv,A
TVffvsTT .T
(65) years; provided t h a t n o such a s OilllllJLSS
p c t l V l l L O , ATJlJ. . « < * \ » * . . * . ^ , * . t J *
ury
of
the
State,
not
otherwise
apauthorized by law, and is otherwise
sistance shall be paid t o a n y i n m a t e
Gottholt; they returned yesterday to
propriated,
to
pay
expense?
of
such
a qualified voter, shall not be required
of any State supported institution,
their home in Del Rio.
to pay, or to hold a receipt for the
while such inmate, o r t o a n y person publication and election.—ll-4tc.
Mrs. E. S. Powers and Mrs. C. E .
payment of, a poll tax in order to
mim cjipl] r>f>t Tiavp actually resided
Porter went to El Paso Tuesday of
vote
at
any
such
election,
if
same
:'s
in Texas for a t least five ( 5 ) y e a r s
LEGAL NOTICE
held while the United States is at war last week, where they were joined by
during the nine (9) years immediate- SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION
or within a certain stated time there- Mrs. Powers' daughter, Miss Patricia
ly preceding the application f o r such
Powers, who arrived there from New
No. 7
after."
assistance and continuously f o r oneproposing an amendment to Article
York, and accompanied them to MarGULF PRODUCTS
Sec.
3.
The
Governor
shall
issue
(1) year immediately preceding such VI of the Constitution of Texas profa Friday for several weeks visit with
epplication; provided t h a t t h e m a x i - viding that any person in the armed the necessary proclamation rela- her parents.
mum payment per month from State forces of the United States, or the ting to the publication of the forefunds shall not be more t h a n T w e n t y Armed Force Reserve of the United going Resolution, in the various
counties of the state, and shall cause
Dollars ($20) per month.
States, or of any branch or componthe same to be published as required
"(2) Needy blind persons w h o a r e ent part thereof, or the Umteo ^tawcr.
by the statutes and the Constitution
r»rt
actual bona fide citizens of T e x a s and Maritime Service, or the United in connection with the submission of
Oft
are over the age of twenty-one ( 2 1 ) States Merchant Marine, or who has proposed amendments to the Constiyears; provided t h a t n o such assist- been a member of same within tution, to the people for their action
ance shall be paid to a n y inmate of eighteen months prior to the holding at a statewide election. If it shall
any State supported institution, while of any election in this state author- appear from the returns of the elecIN APPRECIATION O F
such inmate, or t o a n y person w h o ized by law, and is otherwise a quali- tion at which the foregoing amendTHEIR CONTRIBUTION
shall not have actually resided i n fied voter, shall not be required to ment to the Constitution is voted upon
TO AMERICA'S
Texas, at least ftve ( 5 ) y e a r s d u r i n g pay, or to hold a receipt for the pay- that a majority of the qualified voters
WAR EFFORT
the nine (9) years immediately pre- ment of, a poll tax in order to vote at have voted for said amendment, same
ceding the application f o r such a s - any such election, if same is held shall then become a part of the Consistance and continuously f o r one ( 1 ) while the United States is at war or stitution of Texas.
year immediately preceding such a p - within a certain stated time thereafter; providing that members of the S^c. 4. There is hereby appropriplication.
ated out of the General Fund of the
"(3) Needy children who a r e a c -regular Army, Navy, or Marine Corps
State of Texas, not otherwise approtual bona fide citizens of T e x a s a n d of the United States shall not be perpriated, the sum of Fifteen Thousare under the age of sixteen ( 1 6 ) mitted to vote; providing that other
years; provided t h a t n o such assist- members of the armed forces shall be and Dollars ($15,000), or so much
ance shall be paid on account of a n y entitled to vote under certain con- thereof as may be necessary to pay
child over One (1) y e a r old w h o h a s ditions; providing the form of the the expenses of advertising said
ssi continuously resided in. Texas f o v M i n t for voting on said proposed Resolution in each county in the state
one
(1) year immediately preceding amendment; fixing the time for hold- and for such other purposes as may
toe application for such assistance, ing an election; directing the Gover- be necessary, or required by law, or
w on account of a n y child u n d e r t h e nor to issue the necessary proclama- by the Constitution.—ll-4tc.
*£0 of one (1) year whose m o t h e r tions; and making an appropriation.
has not continuously resided i n TexBE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEG- • Make i t a point to select office supas for one (1) year immediately pre- ISLATURE OF THE STATE OP plies a t "Your Office Supplies Store
ceding such application.
in Presidio County" (Sentinel, of
TEXAS:
Section 1. There shall be submitted course).—adv.
"The Legislature ishall h a v e t h e
authority to accept from t h e F e d e r a l to the qualified voters of the State
Government of t h e United
S t a t e s of Texas the matter of amending ArSee i t better. A fluorescent desiV
ticle
VI
of
the
Constitution
of
Texas,
wh financial aid for t h e assistance
lamp will help. A t the Sentinel, of
by
adding
thereto
a
new
section
which
°f the needy aged, needy blind, a n d
course.—adv.
need
y children a s such Government will modify the present restrictions
m
ay offer not inconsistent w i t h r e - concerning voting. This new section
strictions herein set f o r t h ; provided shall be inserted between Section 2
h0
*ever that the amount o f such a s - and Section 3 of said Article VI, and
stance out of State funds t o each shall be known as Section 2a, and
Person assisted shall never exceed shall read as follows:
Take eleven million men out of their,
1
"Section 2a. Nothing in this Conoi
e amount so expended o u t of Federcivvies and turn them into husky
j^ Funds; and, provided f u r t h e r t h a t stitution shall be construed to require
h0
Cl's, gobs, and leathernecks, and,
total amount of monev to be ex- any person, who at the time of the
pended out of State funds for such holding of an election hereinaftelr
the first thing you do is to cfoublej
^stance to the needy aged, needy referred to is, or who, within eighteen
their appetites. All honor to ouri
•nd, and needy children shall never months immediately prior to the time
is
universally
American cattlemen who have risen;
jweed the ?um of Thirty-five Million of holding any such election was, a
understood
member of the armed forces of the
^lars ($35,000,000) per year."
to the task of providing them with
puld the Legislature enact en- United States or of the Armed Force
the good red meat to keep them the j
N,n8 laws and provide an additional Reserve of the United States, or of
GIVE THEM
best-fed fighters on every frontjl
yopriation hereto in anticipation any branch or component part of
% ad
OFTEN
such armed forces or Armed Force
4.T.J1—-_i.
What little you do without helps,]!
JJ* Acts shall n obins
t b e uiiieuuiuciii<,
invalid b y Reserve, or the United States Mari0n
of course. But to our cattlemen go?»
of their anticipatory c h a r a c - time Service or the United States
tt
Merchant Marine, and who is otherthe laurels for raising the extra *
GIFTS FOR ALL
wise
a
qualified
voter
under
the
laws
*• 2- The foregoing Constitubeef to keep them ir» fighting fnm
tional
OCCASIONS
amendment shall b e submitted an:? Constitution of this state, to pay
*? *• Qualified elec w » » I'M. 1 K A H S A t «* a poll tan or to hold a receipt for
*my poll t a r assessed against him, as
*?*l election to ho
... ,
State
2,^
,~—«=
ofX Texas
on
the
25th a condition precedent to his right to
M
icxas
on
tne
z
vote in any election held under the
. y ^# gAx
t t s t , 1945, a t wnlcticdi> authority of the laws of this state,
ha11
i t h * f e /f0],0win
"*c,auMSJ
P rin te<* on «>ch during the time the United States is
Lft
PERSONALS
Vacation Bible School
Starts Monday Morning"
Bishop at Meeting Here
PLUMBING
Bus Schedules
(Effective March 1, 1945)
(Mountain War Time)
Al.
pine, Fort Davis
Lv. Marfa r 5 A. M . ; 10:40 A. M . ;
6:20 P . M.
Ar. M a r f a : 2 : 4 0 A . M . ; 1:45 P . M . ;
7:55 P . M.
TO and FROM Presidio
Lv. M a r f a : 6:30 A. M . ; 6:30 P . M.
(Special S a t u r d a y a n d Sunday
Service also: G P . M.)
Ar. M a r f a : 1:15 A . M . ; 1 0 : 1 5
A. M.
(Special S a t u r d a y and Sunday
Service also: 6 P . M.)
HEATING
Baygent Coaches
J. W. SIMPSON
Bus Depot
CREWS HOTEL BLDG.
No w
DELCO
Light Plant
SALES and SERVICE
1
u
Available in Marfa
vv tzuu
HOMrmum
RANCH FRONT
i
FOR AMERICA'S
The sincerity
CATTLEMEN
FLOWERS
1
v.
"pl° XY* amendment
*
t o t h e ConstipoWe """"* "»« l e g i s l a t u r e t h e
of 0 ] d ••* «P » system of p a y m e n t s
1 to th08e above
^ * /iS?*" "
5> y e a r
%H *v / mm
* <* W S ProState f ^
^7
p a y m e n t s from
in Va,.. - -" *«y one person may be
a
amounts based on need, t h a t
engaged in fighting a war, or within
one year aicer vnv *.««*» u* *»»~ ***end&r year in which said war is
terminated.
"Provided, however, that the foregoing provisions of this section ds
nol coiifar the right to vote upon any
person who is a member of the regu- II
Polly's
Posey Shop
Across From Courthouse
The Little Flower Shop
On the Corner
SB
JLJIU9*
TELEPHONE 114
1[E
I:
THE BIG BEND SENTINEL, MARFA, TEXAS
FRIDAY, JUNE 1,
"FAGE FOUR
PERSONALS
Pupils Construct
Jo W. Camp of Pecos was a Marfa
Thursday.
Marker for Village visitor
Mrs. L. C. Brite went to El Paso
[THE BIG BEND SENTINEL
(Established 1926)
THE NEW ERA
i
(Established 1886)
—Consolidated
April 9, 1928—
53CCB
Published every Friday at Marfa,
Presidio County, Texas
Church Society
Plans for Ministers'
Relief Program, June 4
Give a MORRISET !
The graduate can use a "Morriset"
pen-ink set for a long time to come,
in dark red, in jade, at the
Sentinel,—adv.
Leader for the Mission Study ProWednesday for a short visit.
Mrs. J . C. Durst and daughter, gram Monday, May 21, was Mrs.
Charles Taylor, when women of the
Favorable comment on their ini- Dian. returned Tuesday after a visit Baptist Missionary Union met in the
Editor-Publisher - - ROBERT W. JACOBS ative and industry has been received with relatives in Rolling Fork, Miss.
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Graves, Jr., of church. "Facing Tomorrow with God"
Entered as Second class matter at the by Shafter school pupils who recently
was the lesson subject.
Postoffke in Marfa, Texas under completed the building of a letter " S " El Paso, spent the week-end with his
A song and a prayer opened the
the Act of Congress of March 3,1879 on a hillside in the picturesque area parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Grave?. program after which the Bible study
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Coffield left
in which the Presidio county town is
Subscription Rates
Sunday for Mineral Wells, where was conducted by Mrs. J. M. Hurley.
$2.00
located.
In Texas per year
Assisting her by taking part in the
they plan to spend several weeks.
The
letter
is
twenty
feet
in
height.
(« wontfls .
Bliss Edith Flynt returned Tues- discussions were Mesdames L. R»
Mrs.
Lucy
Rede
Franco,
Echool
Any erroneous reflection upon the
day after spending a week in ElCheek, McKie Mitchell, 0 . G. Lewis,
character, standing, or reputation principal, directed the students in a Paso.
Ben R. Pruett and Orr Kerr.
of any person, firm or corporation Mother's Day program which conDuring the business period plan*
Jack Bunnell, U. S. Customs Serwhich may occur in the columns of sisted of an exhibit of their art work.
vice employee at Fabens, former Pre- were made for the annual Old MinThe Sentinel will be gladly cor- Drawings, mosaic pictures and rugs
sidio resident, was a visitor here this isters' Relief program, which will be
rected upon being brought to the made up the display, an outstanding
held June 4.
part of which was a mosaic landscape week.
attention of the management.
Hostesses Monday were Mrs. Louis
Mrs. B. H. Davis returned recently
made by Augustin Jimenez, who
used a local scene as inspiration, a after several weeks visit in Del Rio Teague and Mrs, E. T. MacDonald,
LEGAL NOTICE
with her daughter, Mrs. Bill Ward, who served refreshments to the folS. J . R. No. 8 rug made by Carmelina Franco, 10,
lowing:
and family.
and a mosaic by Irene Cortez.
A JOINT RESOLUTION
Miss Mamie Broiles, English inMrs. Charles Taylor, Mrs. J. M.
Junior High School Penmanship
proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas pro- Awards from the National Board of structor in the high school, left Fri- Hurley, Mrs. McKie Mitchell, Mrs.
viding for a Supreme Court of nine Examiners, Bridgeport, 111., were giv- day for Dallas, where she will spend Orr Kerr, Mrs. W. E. Bloomer, Mrs.
C. T. Mitchell, Mrs. 0 . G. Lewis, Mrs.
the summer.
members; prescribing their qualifi- en recently to:—
Guests in the home cf Mrs. Cora Ben R. Pruett, Mrs. L. R. Clark, Mrs.
Miss Amparo Monto.,a (Teacher),
cations; and providing for their elecdaughters
last Frank Barton, Mrs. J . A. Bradford,
tion, tenure of ott'ice ai.d compensa- Miss Blanca Quezada, Miss Lilia Mae Bowers and
week-end were Mr. and Mve. C. C.
Quezada, from Marfa;
tion.
BE I T RESOLVED BY T H E Manuela Domingues, Delfina A. Fornero of Van Horn.
Mrs. Jesse Blaekweii returned
LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE Franco, Carmelina Franco, Margarita Gutierrez, Augustin Jimenez, Monday after spending some time in
OP TEXAS:
Section 1. That Section 2 of Article Geiioveva Munoz, Margie White, Temple, and in Midland with her
daughter, Mrs. H. H. Kaderli, and
5 of the Constitution of the State of Elida Marrufo, Elfida Marrufo.
For many years a resident of El
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Texas b* amended so as hereafter to
Mrs. Fred Major went to Fort Paso, Oliver Carr, stepfather of Mrs.
certificates were given all pupils of
read as follows:
P. A. Jackson, died at his home there
"Article 5. Section 2. The Supreme the lower grades, which have 100 per Worth Thursday to join Dr. Major, Monday night.
who has been there several days, and
Court shall consist of a Chief Justice cent enrollment in the course.
Mrs. Jackson, called there hy his
School awards of the types indi- is the guest of her mother, Mrs. A. L.
and eight Associate Justices, any five
serious illness, went to El Paso Satof whom shall constitute a quorum, cated recently were given to the fol- Hardgrave.
Mrs. Homer Gilbert and son, Bill, urday, and was joined Tuesday hy
and the concurrence of five shall be lowing:—
her daughter, Mrs. Robert E. Evans,
Perfect
Attendance — Manuela and Miss Agnes Smith went to Carlsnecessary to a decision of a case; proand Mrs. M. S. Baker.
vided, that when the business of the Dominguez, Elida Marrufo, Yvonne bad, N. M., Tuesday, and returned
Funeral services for Mr. Carr were
here yesterday; they went through
court may require, the court may sit Franco, Emma Cortez.
held in El Paso Wednesday morning,
SPELLING: Seventh Grade—Mar- Carlsbad Caverns, Wednesday.
in sections as designated by the court
Mrs. Harper Rawlings and three and the group from Marfa returned
to hear argument of causes and to gie White, Manuela Dominguez, Delconsider applications for writs of fina A. Franco, Augustin Jimenez, sons left Tuesday for Fredericksburg, here Thursda;
error or c'her preliminary matters. Elida Marrufo, Elfida Marrufo, Gen- for several weeks visit with Mrs.
No person shall be eligible to theoveva Munoz. Sixth Grade: Carme- Rawlings' parents and other relaoffice of Chief Justice or Associate lina Franco, Maria Ramirez, Nieves tives.
Mrs. Bob Turner and daughter,
Justice of the Supreme Court unless Gutierrez, Fanny Dominguez,
Mrs. Bobbie Nell DeVolin, left Monhe be, at the time of his election, a
day for El Paso, where Mrs. DeVolin
citizen of the United States and of
is enrolling at College of Mines and
this state, and unless he shall have
Metallurgy; Mrs. Turner will visit
attained trie age of thirty-five years,
there several days before returning.
and shall have been a oracticing r\4 TV/Tv»c<
T Arron
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Slatoii A I U U I I :
lawyer, or a lawyer and judge of a \SJL
Saturday and Sunday were Mrs.
court of record together at least ten
Entertaining in her heme this Finis Bennett and her nieces, Joan
years. Said Justices shall be elected week, Mrs. Albert Logan was hostess
(three of them each two years) by the to members of the Tuesday Night Mints and June Mints, and Dr. Slaqualified voters of the state at a gen- Bridge Club. Bouquets of sweetpeas tcn's sister, Miss Eula Slaton; all
eral election; shall hold their offices and baby's breath were used in the live in San Angelo.
Miss Doris Evalyn MacDonald,
six years, or until their successors are living: room, where two tables were
who has been attending Baylor Unielected and qualified: and shall each arranged for the players.
versity in Waco has returned to
receive such compensation as shall be
Following a series of games Mrs.
spend the summer vacation with her
provided by }3.v:. In case of a vacanc v ' Levari served
in the office of any Justice of the guests, and presented gifts to Miss parents, Mr. and Mrs. John MacSupreme Court, the Governor shall Gladine Bowers for receiving high Dcnald; enroute here she visited in
(fill the vacancy until the next general score, and to Mrs. Jeff Graham for Con Can for a short time.
Leaving Tuesday, Mrs. Hester
election for state officers, and at such low.
Brite Dunkle went to San Antonio
general election the vacancy for the
Attending the party were:
unexpired term shall be filled by elecMrs. James W. Dollahite, Mrs. Jeff where she was joined hy her daughtion by the qualified voters of the Graham, Miss Lucille Bowers, Miss ter, Mrs. Dorrance D. Roderick, Jr.,
state. The Justices of the Supreme Edith Flynt. Miss Gladine Bowers. and the two went from there to New
is THE place for—
'Court who may be in office a t the Miss Helen Forbes, members; Mrs. York, where on June 5 they will attime this amendment takes effect shall J. H. Marshall, Jr. and Mrs. Byron tend the wedding of Miss Frances
BREAKFAST
continue in office until the expiration Hoffman, guests, and the hostess, Roderick of El Paso, and Cadet
DINNER
of their term of office under the pres- Mrs. Logan.
Bruce M. Barnard, Jr., of the U. S.
ent Constitution, and until their sucMilitary Academy.
MEXICAN FOODS
cessors are elected and qualified. The
Judges of the Commission cf Appeals
FRIED CHICKEN
This summer have paper cups used
who may be in office at the time this
at home, at the office. Vortex coneBeer
amendment takes effect shall become
shaped in stock at Sentinel,—adv.
An annual event for members of
Associate Justices of t h e Supreme
Court and each shall continue in office the Methodist Church Choir, their the group with a back-yard party in
as such Associate Justice of the Su- husbands and wives, is a social oc- the home of Mr. and Mrs. F . A.
preme Court until January 1st next casion provided by members of the Mitchell last Friday night, a picnic
preceding the expiration of the term Women's Society of Christian Ser- supper, games and singing being arto which he has been appointed and vice—the occasion this year being a ranged for their pleasure.
j Approximately forty people enjoyed
until his succsesor shall be elected picnic.
and qualified."
The society members entertained' the occasion.
See. 2. Said proposed Constitutional Amendment shall be fubmitted
to a vote of the qualified electors of
this State at a special election to be
held throughout the State on the
fourth Saturday in August, 1945, at
which election each voter opposing"
said proposed
amendment
shall
scratch off the ballot with a pen or
pencil the following words printed on
said ballot:
"FOR the ainendment to the State
Constitution providing for a Supreme
sin:
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Absolutely I
Positively!
Bridge Club Members
Tuesday Night Guests
Albert
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La V a n l u r e
Hospital
Shafter Boys and Girls
Given Awards for Excellence
Big Bend
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and each voter favoring1 said proposed amendment shall scratch off the
ballot in the same manner the following words printed on said ballot:
"AC-AfNST the amendment to the
State Constitution providing for a
Supreme Court of nine members."
If it appears from the returns of
said election that a majority of the
votes cast are in favor of said amendment, the same shall become a part of
+*,< State Constitution.
Sec. 3. The Governor shall issue
the necessary proclamation for said
election and have the same published
and said election held as provided by
the Constitution and laws of this
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Ms taxes the 'easy way'?"
"B*l!: is toc^siir: jo bett&ca:s by the tss
arguments of the saloon crowd, he just drinks
btcanse he wants to, or mayie he can't help
himself,*
"I saw in the paper thai Uncle Sam spent
only fifty seven cents to collect each htuidrti
tioitfer vi internal revenue last year.*
*Ye* and for. every dollar the saloon tnma
» j « taxes it collects three dollars from the.
pOttfe. That's what 1 catt paying raxes ts*
•xpensfve way."
"Could the Federal Government get along
without the tax money collected from tM
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JUNE1U
1945
PAGE FIVE
THE BIG BEND SENTINEL, MARFA, TEXAS
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•;". Parties . . . Women's Interests . . .
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Farewell Parties for
jjAAF Men Marians'
Expression of Good Will
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Music
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PERSONALS
El Paso Director
Graduates Honor
Ranchman's Brother
Burton Mitchell made a trip to Dal- Of Art Exhibits Work
Married in Carlisle, Pa* Guests at'Dance at
las this week and will be accomAt Marfa Club Meeting A New York Times story, May 10, 1 School Gym Last Week
panied back here by his daughters.
.taMtting officers «nd enlteted men Miss Mary Frances Hord went to In charge'of the Department of Art told of the marriage in Carlisle, Pa., _ „ . ^ . ,,.,
Following the eighth grade graduJ£L A«>y Air Field, and en-Dallas Thursday, where she is spend- and Design at the College of Mines, of Miss Mary Campbell Everett of
f^rimr to express appreciation ing the week-end, the guest of friends. El Paso, Miss Vera Wise, Southwes- Atlanta, Ga., and Lt. Kiliaen Van ation program in the high school audSTSTi**- for the * * * Mar- Mrs. W. A. Foley, Jr., and daugh- tern artist of note, exhibited her Rensselaer Townsend, Army of theitorium Wednesday, May 23, Mrs. Joe
W. Copeland and Mrs. 0 . A. Knight
fdti«ns were hosts Saturday night ter, Reba Ann, left Sunday for Rui-water color and lithograph work— United States, whose brother, Robert were
co-hostesses for a dance, namN. Townsend, is a Presidio county
.rtteegala farewell parties-dm- dosa, N. M., where they are spending twenty-four pictures being on display C.
ing as honor guests their daughter,
ranchman.
'" S s at the Fort 0. A. Russell two weeks vacation.
.—at
.. the USO
„,, Club building Tuesday
Mrs. Townsend i s a daughter of Jean Copeland, and Bobby Knight,
S T o - b and the USO Cluh Mvc r> w n
j ™ „ , , ' afternoon. The exhibit was a feature
both members of the class.
St. Paul's Church
Services Every Sunday a t
11 A. M.
Holy Communion the first Sunday in the month
The Right Reverend J . M.
Stoney, D. D., The Bishop of
New Mexico and Southwest
Texas, will be in the Big Bend
area for vwo or three days for
Confirmation and such other of
his services as the Churches
may need. He will arrive May
29.
" n a n d M r £ ' W ' J . of the Fine Arts program given by Col. and Mrs. Willis Everett of At- The party was held in the school
buildingjb«ng arranged, I - F —, * Daniel and son, Branton, returned' women of the Marfa History Club for lanta. Her father is acting director
I and ei«1sted men, respectively, Tuesday after several days visit in El their May meeting. The pictures will of the Security and Intelligence Di- gymnasium, and the group danced to
music furnished by a nickelodeon.
5 a -barbecue provided for the col-Paso.
remain on display a t the club room vision, Fourth Service Command. The refreshment table was decorated
Lieutenant Townsend's parents are
W. W. Harder, R resident of Eluntil Monday.
«d service men at their club buildwith a bouquet of red roses, and reMrs. Nicholas Townsend of New
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Dorado, Kansas, brother of Herbert
A . CofTielu,
Miss
Wise,
whose
work
has
been
W. H. MARTIN
Appointed by Mayor n .
York and Edward Nicoll Townsend freshments of cookies and iced drinks
. committee composed of H. L. Hord, C. Harder, was introduced as a recognized by several national a r t
of Plandome, L. I. Serving; the were served throughout the evening.
Archdeacon of the Big Bend
hairman, Mrs. 0 . L. Shipman, M m guest.
galleries, received her training at the bridegroom as best man was his Paper Cups a t the Sentinel.—adv.
Tack Kelly, Jack Edwards, Mr. and Miss Billy McKenzie, a student at Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and brother, Squadron Leader Edward
Mrs T. C. Davis, and Dr. and Mrs.College of Mines, El Paso, has ar- the Kansas City Art Institute, and Nicoll Townsend, Jr., of the Royal
Fred Major, was in charge of allrived here to spend the summer va- she holds membership in the South- Canadian Air Force, a recent gradcation with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. ern States Art League, the National
party arrangements.
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Association of Women Artists, and
An abundance oi coiuicu uguw ««» JU. A . juuvttuiure.
at Carlisle Barracks.
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summer flowers greatly enhanced the
Mrs. McKie Mitchell and daughter, the Texas Fine Arts Association. She
The
bride
is
a
graduate
of
Washbeauty of the palm trees and other Miss Marjorie Mitchell, Mrs. 0 . G.was, before coming to El Paso, head
ington Seminary, Atlanta, and atgreenery in the patio of the Officers' Lewis and daughter, Miss Virginia of the Art Department of the Univertended Agnes Scott College in DecaClub where tables for punch were McBride. and Mrs. Crawford Mitch- sity of Missouri.
tur, Ga., and Sarah Lawrence Colpresided over by Miss Kathlyn Stotts, ell left Tuesday morning for El Paso,
Speaking briefly to the members
lege, Bronxville, N . Y. Lieutenant
Miss Carol Stewart, Mrs. N . K. where they are spending several days. and tea guests, who were invited by
Townsend, a member of the Virginia
Markle, Mrs. Morgan Miller and
Mrs. L. S. Piatt and daughter the hostess, Mrs. Norman C. Davis, bar, was graduated from the Pawling
Mrs. W. E. Bunton.
Barbara, left Thursday morning for to view the a r t display, Miss Wise School of Williams College and the
A profusion of cut flowers were Plattsmouth, Nebraska, for a visit discussed the different phases of a r t University of Virginia Law School.
used throughout all o* the club rooms with Mrs. Piatt's parents, Mr. m dand art appreciation, and concluded
and noxeu aTHujig «.«* ~-—iwi^^ris ^ Mrs* Ws S. Swabby, and other re*?! color technique and lithograph work.
the tables were snap uiagvm=, e°^^»» tives.
; Included in the display were picathoi, roses aim carnations.
tures carrying out the atmosphere of
Seated at the speakers' tables were
this, part of the country and others
Co!, and Mrs. Henry R. Baxter, CoJ.
In compliment to their daughter
which were made on the west coatt, Joann, and other members of t h e
Thomas H. James, Major and Mrs.
including sea scenes.
George Tracy, Judge H. 0 . Metcalfe
eighth grade graduating class, the
Effectively used for decoration of Rev. and Mrs. Nelson Wurgler enterand H. A. Coffield. The latter two ini,«A,-,»eA +V>o nflPi^ort! nnr\ +.hp i r w i v e s .
For tho purrosp of renrcanizp.t'jon ••Vo I r r n p #»liilt v n n m t v o v o nn\c tivirrs. x _ . . _ _ .-» „ . ' i . i . „ _ „ , . J - , . . „ 4 . 4 . V « T t O A n l i i l s
ictnttru VVILJI tt yaivy
a t t u c *j u v / w « w
of the Belle Bennett Circle, Mrs. J. end the refreshment table, spread building recently.
and spoke briefly.
—you tell us to handle it ! Our insurance covers
Presiding over the guest book was D. Bunton, president of the Women's with a Chinese F'ilet cloth, was cenGames, music and motion pictures
your wool from the time it leaves the backs of your
Society of Christian Service of thstered with pink carnations and baby's provided entertainment
Mrs. Hester Brite Dunkle.
for t h e
sheep until you are paid.
Methodist Church, was hostess Mon- breath.
fuests, and refreshments of punch
Approximately
three
hundred
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day night a t a dinner held in the Members of the house party who and cookies were served.
guests enjoyed the buffet supper and
dining room of the Old Borsnda sssiffted Mrs. Davis in receiving and
—SMALL LOTS OF WOOL BOUGHT—
Approximately thirty guests endance which followed, music being
Cafe.
serving
the
quests
were
Marfa
Hisjoyed the occasion.
furnished by an Alpine orchestra.
Roses and gladioli formed thr cen- tory Club officers, and officers of the
As at the Officers' Club, the party terpiece for the table, and a Mexican
visiting clubs. Mrs. L. C. Brite was bers of the Century Culture Club,
at the USO Club was a festive occa- food d i n n e r wa« ytErVOi"! i j u":t i.'Z<i-\~:.
in charge of the guest book. Refresh- Junior Study Club, and club women
sion with approximately three hun- After dinner the group went to the
ment? cf punch and cookies were from Alpine, Fort Da;vis and Presidred enjisted men and guests enjoy- hostesr.' home, where rosf-s were cr- s€1V ed.
P H O N E 202
MARFA
dio, as well as a number of other
ing a dinner and dance—music being ranged with sweetpeas for decoration
During the club meeting hour be- guests.
furnished by the MAAF orchestra.
throughout the rooms.
fore the tea, Mrs. W. L. Black, viceSummer flowers and softly shaded
The remainder of the evening was president, presided over the business
lights were again effectively used.
spent in a round-table discussion of
Responsible for a great deal of the plans for the circle reorganization, period, and program leader for the
success of the party were the club with Mrs. Bunton presiding over the day was Mrs. W. J. Yates, chairman
hostess, Miss Othea Cummings, and session. The group decided to meet of the Fine Arts Committee. In rea group of GSO girls including Misses every third Monday night of each sponse to roll call each member gave
Willie Harper, Mary Lee Harper, month, with two members as co- a sentence pertaining to the survival
cf European art.
Nell Howard, Delbertine Hurley, hostesses on each occasion.
Other than the History Club group,
Thelma Lee Hurley, and Mrs. Mary
Officers were selected as follows: included among the more than one
Fortner Bunnell, who for months
Mrs. Charles Bowman, president;
have been active in the promotion of Mrs. Robert W. Jacobs, vice-presi- hundred people who were privileged
the USO programs. J. D. Motley has ^ „ + . M^o T. V TTnrlPv. rpcordinc? to view the a r t display, were membeen chairman of the club work, with secretary; Mrs. E . M. Lovelady,
Mrs. Jack Kelly acting a s chaperon
treasurer.
for the girls.
The group will meet, June 18, in
The parties were terminated Sat- the home of Mrs. Joe Bishop, with
urday night with the best of wishes Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. L. F. Hurley as
extended to the MAAF men by theco-hostesses.
Optometrist
citizens of Marfa.
Mrs. Bunton's guests Monday were:
—*._
Mrs. Charles Bowman, Mrs. Jim
El Paisano
Tyler, Mrs. Hoyle Cooley, Mrs. ArthHotel Building
ur Kerr, Mrs. R. B. Robinson, Mrs.
A. W. Waldrep, Mrs. Ware Hord,
Telephone 8
Mrs. Joe Bishop, Mrs. E. M. Lovelady,
— MARFA —
Mrs. H. L. Hord, Mrs. L. F . Hurley,
Complimentary to their niece, Miss Mrs. J. W. Coats, Mrs. Johnny ShanMary Alice Dod, member of the high non, Mrs. A. F . Gardner, Mrs. J- E.
«hool graduating class, Mr. aiid Mrs. Gregg, Mrs. Nelson Wurgler, Miss
J
awes P. Keith entertained with a Blanche Avant, circle members; Mrs.
dance last Friday night in the Fort Gib Foster of Carlsbad, N. M., a
& A, Russell Officers' Club.
guest.
Flowers were used effectively
jhroughout the club room, one especie fh*» nlace
ially
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Wurgiers Entertain for
Eighth Grade Students
Mrs. Bunton Hostess
For Dinner on Monday;
Circle Group Organized
W o o l a n d Mohair Co.
You SAVE When You SHOP
at the Marfa store that always has the best selections of any store
in town! Each day we are receiving NEW, hard-to-get
goods that were bought recently during a buying
trip to eastern marketing centers . . . .
Dr.
Monroe Slack
Keiths Compliment
Mary Alice Dod With
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ai^ma. Th* ^nterpiece for the refreshment table, which was arranged
jMhe t,at!0, v/as in red, white and
Muc-roses, mock oranges and larkspQr be{
ng used for the patriotic col0r
scheme.
Punch and cookies were served
""•oughout the evening and dancing
™* «ijoyed by the guests, a n orcheaPa
" ° m Alpine furnishing the xnu«ic.
Attending the dance were high
7 * 1 Rodents and several addition«guest* including t h e h o n o r e d
T * * , Mrs. Dod, Mrs. Joe D. Bun*n» Mrs. P. A . Jackson, Mrs. Everl 2 L 2 P ^ » Jr., Major and Mrs.
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Mrs. Humphris Gives Citizens From Mexico
Granddaughter A Party Visitors Here Last Week
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In Marfa for a short time, May
In honor of her granddaughter,
(jeannette Humphris, daughter of 24, were three prominent citizens of
' Mr. r.nd Mrs. Robert Humphris. Mrs. Mexico who were on their way back
'John Humphris was hostess for ato their homes after attending an
theater party on Friday afternoon, international church meeting in Los
May 18. The occasion was Jean- Angeles.
The Re*. P. G. Herrera, pastor of
nette's fifth birthday anniversary.
From the theater, the group re- the Mexican Methodist Church here,
turned to the home of the hostess said that the group was made up of
where refreshments consisting of the Bishop Elizar Guerra, Lamberto Lara
birthday cake and ice cream were Avila, and Jose Garza Flores. Mr.
served a t tables on the lawn. Assist- Avila is president of the National
ing Mrs. Humphris with the children Fraternity of Men in Mexico, a Methat the theater were Mrs. Jack Knight odist organization. Mr. Flores is
presiding elder of the Oriental Disand Mrs. R. M. Jamison.
trict of the Frontier Conference,
Children present other than the
Mexican Methodist Churches.
honoree were:
Julianne Nelson, Jerry Webb, Billy
and Edens Holland, Billy Bailey, Bobby Rawlings, Dana Peevey, Kate and
LUBBOCK, May 30.—Miss Anne
Tommy Davis, Alonzo Love, J r . ,
Casner of Presidio has been elected
Gwendolyn Walker, Dean and Ann
reporter for the Women's RecreaRichman, J . T. and Charles Brown,
tion association a t Texas TechnoloCarolyn June and Bobbye Mae Humgical college, to serve during the 1945phris.
46 school year. The club sponsors
women's intramural activities such as
badminton and tennis, basketball,
Assistance to the extent of about volleyball, bowling and dancing.
Helpful, worth while
SERVICE offered.,,
Presidio Girl Chosen
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COLOR FOR SOMA—Sonja Henie is more glamorous than
ever in her first Technicolor production, "It's a Pleasure!"
(Palace, Sunday and Monday), in which Michael G'Shea plays
her irresponsible husband who fights through to happiness
in spite of the allure of Marie McDonald. Magnificent ice ballets and a stupendous ice chorus highlight International's
current production.
FRIDAY, JUNE X , . ,
$111 was received by the Mexican
Methodist Church as a result of the
Mexican foods supper given a t the
Methodist Church recently. The
Rev. P . G. Herrera, pastor, was enthusiastic this week in his expression
1 of gratitude to those who helped.
The money is to be used in roof work j
on the church building.
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Smiley Burdette, who weighs a ture.
comfortable 225 pounds, rides a momanded.
MORRIS POPULAR CROOK—
tor scooter to work a t Republic stuNothing happened.
"The Chance of a Lifetime," Col"Jnim*!" Jane cried, holding her
dios where he made "Code of the
umbia's newest in the thrilling ad-j
Prairie," todaj and Saturday at theventures of Boston Blackie, comes to
Scotch and Soda jUSt Bat down and
Palace.
Burdette, who is a good the Palace, today and Saturday, with
horseman despite his weight, always Chester Morris still playing the role stared a t her.
"See what I mean, Ann?" Jane
worries about the horse he rides in of fiction's most popular crook charpictures, fearing his weight Vv'ial ws acter. A former stage and radio act- said, unblinking. "Aren't they just
too tiring for the mount. Sunset Car- ress, Jeanne Bates, makes her screen the cutest pups you've ever seen?"
"What about their training?" 1 Ann
son, champion of the South American bow in this one, and also importantly
asked.
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and Richard Lane. William Castle
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produced for Columbia by Wallace
MacDonald.
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Ivlme. Alexandra Danilova, premiere ballerina of the Ballet Russe de
Monte Carlo, served as a volunteer j j
technical adviser for a dance scene
during the filming of Columbia Pictures" "The Power of the Whistler 1 '
currently starring Richard Dix a t the
Palace, Tuesday only. Visiting the
set as the guest of Loren Tindall, who
plays a top featured role, Mme. Danilova offered a few suggestions, which
director Lew Landers adopted for a
ballet sequence by Tala Mirell.
SHE HAS A DOG THEORY—
Jane Wyman, who has a theory
about dogs, brought her two terriers,
Scotch and Soda, to work with her
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new Warner Bros.' comedy hit Wed'
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"These two pups couldn't do a
thing but look silly when I asked them
to perform,'' she explained. "When
I'd ask them to jump over my arm,
they'd just sit down and stare a t me.
"But I've just got them fium the
trainer's where they've been worked
on for the past couple of weeks. Now
they react to my orders. Look, Ann,
I'll show you."
Jane then turned to the dogs.
"Up Scotch! Up Soda!" she com-
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^hmen Speak to PERSONALS Army Service Finished Soldier Receives Bronze
U. L, Shlpman went to San Antonio For Keiative of Taylors Stars for Battle Action
recently, where he will be a guest of
Sns Club Membershis
After thirty-seven months out of A member of the 306th Fighter
sister for several weeks.
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the united States-thirty-one of Control Squadron, 9th Air Force, Cpl.
on Jow mh
which were spent in Alaska and the Ponciano A. Dominguez, has for the
M n / ! x i n I n d i a -Staff Sgt A. E. second time received the Bronze Star
^Mt the conservation of the
McMurtrey, son-in-law of Mr. andas a battle participation award, acFacts »w»*n T , o n s c l u b members
"Irs. C. A. Taylor, returned to the cording to information received by
*H •f6S y luncheon by Jack
states last week.
his wife who makes her home here.
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Mrs. McMurtrey, who has been The first award was received March
. »«nchmen.
making her home here with her par- 30 for a Northern France campaign,
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ents, left May 21 for Kerrville to and the second on April 14 for a Gerjoin her husband, who was to arrive many campaign.
;Ja irf the program.
there this week for a visit in the A son of Bivian Dominguez and
* 5 L l i t . were Bay Bristol and
home of his parent*, Mr. and Mrs,Mrs. Dominguez of Marfa, Corporal
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President, and 0. C., returned recently
to their home trey, who has the required number of been overseas sixteen months. At the
r c Hinckley, secretary, at* in Chihuahua, Mexico, after three points for discharge, was to report to time of his induction he was employed
^ ' a May 21 meeting in Alpine, weeks visit with Mrs. Williams' sis- San Antonio for this purpose. Mr. by Ben Franco.
^ clubs of this zone were repre- ter, Mrs. W. E. Bunton, and family. Taylor accompanied his daughter to
Miss Laura Nelson, teacher in Kerrville, returning Wednesday.
•«.- Alnine Lions Club sent an an- Blackwell Junior High School, left
The Taylors also received a tele* S o the club. Mre telling Friday for her home in Qoldthwaite, Phone call, May 20, from their son, Writing from Germany, Pfc. Faus* • £ £ & that organization is where she will spend the summer with T/Sgt. C. T. Taylor, who is stationed tino Guerrero, grandson of Mrs. AugInline for Saturday, June 16, on her parents.
in Panama. He has been with the ustine Montoya, states that he is "in
f S l ^urts at P ^ s ColMrs. C. H. Freasier, Jr., and^1 Air Corps there for a year. His a good outfit (Engrs.)" and is on
the move every other day. He left
f l The event will be from B o'clock daughter, Jan, returned from DaN.a wue and daughter spend their
UMS,r time
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relatives.
and Belgium before he went into Ger^ buying of a War Bond or War
Miss Will Ann Wheat, business ad- Cone-shaped cups. Sentinel-.adv. many.
t i g Stomp and a feature will be
r 2 « i n g of the 14-piece orchestra ministration instructor, in the high
£ t h e Pyote Army Air Field which school, is spending this week with
friends in El Paso before going to
Si supply music for dancing.
her home in Smiley.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hammond and
daughter, Marlene, arrived the first
AUSTIN, May 30.—In the Univer- of the week from Colorado City to
citv of Texas art department is a make their home here and are occuSection of some 2,000'eotor lantern pying the former Joe C. Mitchell
Les of Mexican art. The collection residence, which they recently pur.Mt.in- a representative group of chased.
IOTicalobjects and monuments ineluding architecture, sculpture, paint- Lt. and Mrs. Homer Ludlow and
son left Saturday for Indiana to visit
inland minor arts.
with his parents, and from there will
go to Ontario, Canada, to visit Mrs.
Ludlow's parents, before Lieutenant
Ludlow reports to his station in Nebraska.
Mrs. Ernest Williams and daughter, Helen Ann Cazell, left Tuesday
for San Antonio, where they have
gone to attend the graduation of Mrs.
Williams* niece, Katherine Bennett,
who is completing her work at Thomas Jefferson High School; they expect to be there about two weeks.
Pat Kelly and Mike Kelly have
gone to Houston for several weeks
visit with their grandparents.
Miss Jeanne Moseley arrived Sunday from Dallas and is a guest in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Worthington.
Miss Tulia Winton, who has been
an instructor in the high school this
year, left Friday for her home in
Bowie.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF THE
ESTATE OF O. M. BUNTON,
DECEASED
Notice is hereby given that original
letters of administration upon the
estate of O. M. Bunton, deceased.
were granted to me, the undersigned,
on the 8th day of May, 1945, by the
county court of Presidio County, All
persons having claims against said
estate are hereby required to present
the same to me within the time prescribed by law. My residence and
post office address are Marfa, County of Presidio, State of Texas.
JESSIE L. BUNTON
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Mrs. B. F. Gearhart was a visitor Injured in Car Accident
Word was received Sunday by Mrs.
For Air Field Set in El Pasp Sunday.
Mrs. A. L. Block left la?t week on Diamond McSpadden of the serious
trip to California; she will be away injuries suffered Saturday night by
For Friday, June 15 aseveral
her niece, Linda Jean Pate, daughter
weeks.
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WANT to buy from owner, good
ranch (from ten to twenty section) tion. The air field will be available
at reasonable price. Write Box for emergency aircraft landings
746, No, Uvalde, Texas.—9-4tp. only, but not for maintenance.
The Post Office will be open but a
FOR SALE—4 Mexican
dining few hours each day.
room chairs and table; 3 cuts; 2
The transfer of peiauuucl co;r*cot mattresses; 2 studio couch pil- manded the attention of the Inactilows; boolicase; 4 doz. pint Mason vation Board and responsible staff
members of the Air Field last week.
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Will F. Evans
Box 651
Alpine, Texas > of seeing overseas service." Most of
—8-4tp. Marfa Army Air Field's rated combat returnees have departed for Air
Transport Command and Continental
BUY REAL ESTATE NOW !
Air Forces' stations. Upon compleHoniea and Sites That Will Please
tion of student and instrument flyAsk About Ranch Listings
DR. A. J. HOFFMAN
Phone 169 ing, non-combat rated personnel will
remain for aircraft ferrying only and
WOMAN wanted for bookkeping and will then be assigned as directed by
sales work in Marfa store; full higher authority.
time or p a r t time. Write box 2,
Officers and flight officers at Fort
care of Sentinel.—11-ltc.
D. A. Rue sell are expected to be
WANT to buy four sections of Gram- transferred to pilot pools at either
ma grass pasture land; must be Merced (California) or Marana (Arifenced and watered; advise price zona). Class 45-C graduates will not
wanted. Write Box 1, care of Sen- return to Marfa Army Air Field.
Some personnel will be sent to actinel.—ll-4tp.
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FRIDAY, MAY 25, 194B
THE BIG BtifcD SENTINEL, MARtfA, TEXAS
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Mr, and Mr3. W. A. Foley, Sr., of
Valentine were visitors in Marfa
Tuesday.
Mrs. J. T. Moore returned last
week after ten days visit with relatives in Lordsburg, N. M.
Mrs. T,. F. Hurley and Mrs. E. W.
Irby were visitors in El Paso several
days last week.
Mrs. William Caples returned to
El Paso Wednesday after several
days visit with her sister-in-law, Mrs.
George F. Crosson.
J. B. Pruett went to Sanderson
Thursday to join Mrs. Pruett and
visit in, the home of their daughter,
Mrs. C. P. Peavy, and family.
Mrs. C. T. Taylor and daughter,
Tyra Lynn, have gone to San Angelo
for a visit with Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Ivy Tackett.
Miss Edith Flynt went to El Paso
Tuesday and is spending several days
this week in the Marfa Production
Credit Association office there.
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of Mrs. Lloyd Pate of Burnet and
Sergeant Pate, in service overseas
for almost three years.
The child, four years old, was
struck by a car Saturday night while
crossing a street. Among the injuries received were a broken hip and
two skull fractures. She had not regained consciousness when Mrs; McSpadden left here Tuesday for Burnet.
The child had spent a great deal of
time here with the McSpaddena during recent months. While Mrs. McSpadden is in Burnet helpingto care
for the injured child, another niece,
Mrs. Bryan George, and daughter, of
Amarillo, are here with the McSpadden family.
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" The Nature of Christ's Kingdom"
is to be the subject of the Sunday
morning service at the First Presbyetrian Church by the Rev. Alvin 0 .
Rue, pastor. The worship service begins at 11 o'clock. Sunday School is
at 10 o'clock and the Young People's
meeting at 5 o'clock in the afternoon.
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Use a Storage Case, Sentinel.—adv
Whether you spend your'lg^
first Spring holiday at home | i |
or out of doors, good food | l
is going to be important. I I
Plan for it now.. .at Safeway. J
We are truly grateful to ail who
were so kind to us at the time of our
learning of the death of Pfc. C. Q.
(Claude) Velenzuela.
The expressions of sympathy were helpful to us
in the bearing of our sorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Valenzuela
RANCH Loans Wanted—4 per cent
Mrs. Stanley Martinez
interest, pre-payment privileges,
Mrs. O. G. Gonzales
any amount, any time.
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J. C. Fuller, Sec Treas.
MARFA NATL. FARM LOAN
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sidio County'' has it. Try the Big
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A patient in McClcsky General
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April 17 but the nature of his injury has not been learned.
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dish for the main attraction. Or you
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the old-fashioned way and let the
family prepare their own in the wide
open spaces. The suggestions below
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springs and fairly new mattresses;
two chests of drawers; kitchenette
set with four chairs. Call evenings
—japt. No. 2, over Sagor's store,
Marfa.—10 2tp.
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LUNCH MEATS-assor ted varieties
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GROUND B E E F - G o v t inspected meat lb. 24c
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