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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muenster News — 3 February 1939

THE 4UENSTER NEWS FOURTH YEAR Sheriff's Son Dies In Bowie Hospital MUKNSTER, TfiXAS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1939 NO. 41 ! 'VTTACE UTTELL MED MONDAY Bowie, Texas—John Robert Law- rence, 13-year-old son of Sheriff and Mrs. Diek Lawrence, died Mon- day night in a Bowie hospital from injuries received in a fall three weeks ago. Funeral services were held Tues- day at 3 p.m. from the Henrietta Christian church with Hev. Paul J. Merrill officiating. Interment was in the Henrietta cemetery with the Burgess Funeral home of Bowie in charge of arrangements. Survivors include the parents; a brother, Ed; a sister, Cora, and the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Lawrence, all of Montague. C D Gordon, Sa nt Jo night police man, attended the funeral services. o Miss Chancey Is Hostess To The Unity Club Miss Lillie Chancey was hostess to the Unity Club for an enjoyable party in her home on Thursday afternoon. Different fcrms of hand work, crocheting and knitting were en- joyed by the guests. The hostess...

Publication Title: Muenster News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muenster News — 3 February 1939

FRIDAY, F . BUAItY 3 1939 THE MUENSTER *N EWS ^ fPBT .TPHtWD EVEHY FRIDAY IN THE INTEREST OF MUENSTER AND SURJROUMDINO COMMUNITIES Entered as eeoond class matter at the Dost office at Muenster Cooke Ooanty, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd. 1979. J. Q. HOOPER MANAGER MOUNTAIN VIEW NEWS (By Dortiiy Maddox) Friday night with Mr andMrs C P Staples. Mr and Mrs C R Lowe of Gilmer Texas spent the la'ter part of the week with Mr and Mrs W M Talley. Mr and Mrs O A Talley and sons of Bonita spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W M Talley. Onelta and Roberta Snapp spent Sunday afternoon with Doris Marie Staples. ••...«*! ~LU Mr and Mrs J L Snapp spent Mr and Mrs C R Love, Mrs W M Talley and daughter, Adls, visited Mr and Mrs T Ccfjob in Nocona Fri- day. Nocona Theatre i >er Lubrication - - - IS ESSENTIAL TO YOUR CAR IMPROPER LUBRICATION IS VERY EXPENSIVE AT ANY PRICE. ALLOW US TO WASH AND PROPERLY LUBERICATE YOURS BEFORE IT STARTS COSTING YOU UNNECESSARY RREPAIR BILLS. Sew 103S Chevro...

Publication Title: Muenster News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muenster News — 3 February 1939

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1 3 Another Convenience for Motorists m: Since ..ivc been retired to the innermost recesses of built-in trunks, many moton„c. nave a tendency to overlook them when ot'ier tires are checked. A new device has been made available to Chevrolet owners which permits inflation of the spa • t'.re, without opening the Irunk, through a valve connection installed outside the trunk door. Thus the spctro u . ".;rcr,„u.c be watched as conveniently as the other tires, without moving trunk luggage State Affairs Are Hot .... You can, best tune In on them over a NEW // ZENITH f! See for a GOOD ALLOWANCE on your odd radio SPECIAL NOW ON 3 $7 .0) NEW KNIGHT RADIO WITH... $30.00 Discount for your oil set RADIO REPAIRING SERVICES GUARANTEED Spearman's Radio Shop SAINT JO, TEXAS Mr and Mrs Cecil Teague and daughter moved to Saint Jo this *.-C. . Paul Brown returned home from Lubbock last week end where he has been attending Texas Tech. Mr Leo Keuhn and son, Leo,. Jr. of Gainesville wer...

Publication Title: Muenster News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muenster News — 3 February 1939

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1939 *•> *>* V" State Thearte Gainesville Texas Jm\m *} m®wk .The Trading Post TUB NIW Free To Farmers FOR SALE: 1 brown horse, suita- ble to ride or work. 14% hands high, 1000 lbs. Priced at a bar- gain. J. M. Leatherwood, Star South, St. Jo. FOR SALE: A-l Springer Jersey heifer. C. J. Seibold. Dynamite drama with Florence RICE Chas.BICKFQRD •'« PlcJare - Added Merrle Melody Friday and Saturday, "Heart of The North" IN TECHNICOLOR FOR SALE: Model A Ford. Priced to sell. Two-door sedan. In good shape with good rubber. J. F. Rich, Bonita, Texas. "OR SALE: Four work mules in good shape and ready to work. T. P. Mitchell, Star Route South, Saint Jo. FOR SALE: 1 B:/lsd'ark wajon, Price Reasonable, Call or See— P j Martin, Route 2, ST. JO. PLAZA FRIDAY —SATURDAY f.L' Last Chapter of "I*/iae Ranger" Sun. - Mon. - Tues. I^AHTRMTI TV, #| * JO: fpisco u t PLUS Thrift Stooges """" Mm—in ■ BEAUTIFUL LARGE WHITE PLY- MOUTH ROCKS our specialty. Heavy layers of big brown ...

Publication Title: Muenster News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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