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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 March 1915

* •*>- <• # V Mv FEET 41 for tender, pnfftd-u, burning, oalloued feet T Parale wl are fowd to stftn.l iheir feet all day know what sore. tend sweaty, «Tiz, burning ng TIZ >s fu " ia the onl; feet mean. They u cure* their fe«-t rigf and V my HI that draws out ail the poisonous exudu ^ It keeps feet in pericvt conditio! remedy in the wort tlona which puff up the feet and cam. tender, sore, tired, aching feet It in- stantly stops the psin in corns, callous and bunions. It's simply glorious. Ah! how comfortable your feet feel after roing "TIZ." Youll never limp or draw up your face in pain. Your ah oes wou'> tighten and hurt your feet Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" now fron any druggist, department or genera, •tore, .fust think! a whole years foot oomfort for only 25 cents. Monuments 1 hive the agency of the Bren* ham Marble Works and have a nice line of sample books foi you to select from. If vou want to bay a monument drop me e card aud I will call to tee you Sec me if you are...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 March 1915

> IP Sir m % ■ muB. . _ a Our stock ol Hardware, Farm Implements, Grain and Groceries is full and complete. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS COME IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE Hardware Groceries South Texas Ribbon cane molasses. Northern Seed corn. Oats. Cane Seed Garden Seed. Onion Sets. Chops, Bran and shorts. Cotton Seed Meal. Blacksmith Coal. Collars. Collar Pads. Homes, Traces. Mr. Bill Planters, Jno. Deere Planters. Waukegan wire. Galvanized Roofing. Base Bali Goods ORIOLE FLOUR ALWAYS Guns, Cartridges and Pishing Tackle, We want Your Trade oniM|enfen^enitinb We will Treat You Right Personals and Locals. G. W, Grant made a business trip to Taylor Saturday. Dr. S J. Jones of Saledo was here Saturday visiting friends J. C- Kleb returned Friday from a business trip to Brenham. J. R. Hartgraves returned Sat- urday afternoon from a trip to Thrall. Sterling Fitzgerald returned to Dallas Saturday from visiting relatives. Jesse Garrett returned Satur- day afternoon from a business trip to Fort Wort...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 April 1915

. ChrolTloÍ5Ubll"h*'d ¡ZSS An news-chronicle f# | •7. ;S e Z3 Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, April ^jpig * ■ Number 6 Come Across There is an old saying that you should prais^the bridge that carries you safely across. That's what a bank accouat will do for you. It's a safe bridge in time of trouble, safer, sound than reininforced concrete. It will stand the acid test. The bank account takes you from the uncertainty of chance, safely across to the lank of prosperity and stccess. Our bank stands ready to assist you every step of the way. The more you test the greater security you will feel. Difoaitorr for ths Burleson County Funds and Coun- ty and City School Funds. The First State BanK MNNMNNMNaNNNNNNMI | w. w. iR^isriKziisr 1 ATTOHNKY-AT-LAW AND INOTAKV ft Office leUdftr Bslldiac Caldwell. Texas 1 ) f I Gilley SHARING HIS PROFITS WITH HIS CUSTOMERS. My Cash Registers are now Printing and Issuing to every cus- tomer, a ticket showing the amount and date of the...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 April 1915

4>:<vV HRPawi,'; Taylor made a business' Waoo Thursday. Garrett went to Austin to be gone several days on legal business. tefe-;- P -.-r A. Rosenwassar left Sunday for Lockhart to spend the week with his brother. Mrs. A. W. Pawlks went to Houston 8unday to spend some time with relatives. Prom now on my meat mark- et will be open on Sundays un- til! 8.80 a. m. Otto Wendorf. E. H. Hudson left Tuesday for Cameron to be operated on for appendicitis. M. D. Smith is located on the side walk by Cobb's store and wants your shoe work. ^ Mrs. Melanehthon Smith is vis- iting her father who is seriously sick at his home in Kenney. Miss Bessie Lee who is teach- ing school at Lyons spent Sat- urday and Sunday with home folks. As Hawaii Parly. Mrs J. J. HoUk entertained Wednesday evening with an "un- usual" party, the occasion being in honor of her son Charle's 20th birthday. The guests were re- ceived at the back door by Mrs. Hoiik, and ushered to the cloak room where they were met by Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 April 1915

"jl t|P ♦ f * Yon do just four things and no more. Yon think; you remem- ber; you imagine; you act. When you learn to think better, re- member better, imagine better or act better, you are increasing your efficiency, and, therefore your income. You may feel you are very succeessful now. Sup pose you are; it isn't a question of what you know, but of bow beneficial a practical btlldness education will be to you in ad- dition to what you already know. Did you ever btop to think that eighty-five per cent of the men of this country are only earning $15 per week or less? That nine- ty-two per, cent fail in business between the ages of 40 and 50? That ninety-five per fcent have no mony at the age of ftOV You will agree with us tlmt to violate a part of the laws of business means partial failure, and to violate all the laws means com- plete failure. You are also aware that to observe part of the laws* of business means partial su« - cess, and to observe all of the laws means complete succes...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 April 1915

fit* M, tí'' I '¿i mi * •t «I OaMwaU, Texas* ¿V U* > ■ •% Bm w&j* ij§:; S :f' '■ m: m Adv rtlslng R«t « 20c per inch Ail advertising ran until ordered ont. Local readers 7 1-2 cento per line each neertion tabeeription Per Tear $1.50 Three months 60c, Sis months 75c (Invariably in Adranee.) PATRIOTISM. Patriotism is often spoken of as a principle when in fact it is the embodiment of several principles. It is first of all a recognition of the blessings that come to us by virture of the existence of our country, and next a consecration of purpose and determination to per¡>etuata and make more glorious the history of the land of our nativity. Patriot- ism in its broad sense makes us good citizens; Love of home, re spect for neighbor, regard for the lights of others, and withal a spirit of co-operation are all elements that go to make up that body of principles that contributes to a progressive civilization. Are we all patriotic? Is that a queer question at this time' when the ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 April 1915

wmW ■ ■¡'■T iiÍiÍEMg~l L©1 9St i slK ié EeUardt Office Hour* 9-6 Located Up-stairs Opera Hint Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS J. B. Hooeycot PHYSICIAN Office in gtone A Hichcock Drug Store. Calls answer- promptly day or night. Day phone 82. nighi phone *.81 Caldwell, Texas DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101 -2r. Night Phene 101 3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. Drs. Foster & Savage DENTISTS Office Up-stairs Next to Poet Office Phone No. 44. Hiss T. A. MATCEK REGISTERED NURSE Terms Reesoneble. Phene 204, Caldwell, Texes Pilca Cared In 6 to 14 Days Your druggist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT foil* to cur* any cm* of Itching, Blind, Weeding or Protruding Pile inS to 14 day*. Site lir*l applicaUtra give* Luc autl Rcat, 60c. When You go to Harlin, Texas Take Your Bath* at The NARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The very bent service and experienced attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Bule, M. D. Proprietors. HH'. V'"A'¿MáVim? Save time and money by l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 April 1915

reading the many splendid in the last issue of the My attention was cal- led to one written by the secret- ary oí the commercial associat- ion oí Caldwell. It was a very comprehensive article, i t was agricultural, horticutrual* an^ truck patih «it le, the latter pa¿ * oí it proposed to be a regular ift>ltfter for the whole County; if I had been at bis elbow, I would have said put something in about good roads. 1 guess he will d< that later on in the next article. Miss Josephine, patrons and pupils, put a scheme of foot to raise some money to buy some books for a library for the school at the Point, It materialized in a Box supper on last Friday night, which planned out twenty two dollors and forty five cents, thai was just Splendid. They had b spelling contest using the old blue backed speller, Miss Myrtle Runkle was champion, aftei which they had lots of tun with confetti and otherwise. The school will close on the 7th of April, with a picnic at Shady Grove. Friends and patr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 April 1915

* i.v I v " >' t( t > 4 I h FOR TIRED AND SORE FEET "TH" far puffod-up, burning, Mhinf, MllOVMd fMt andoorni. Why go limping around with aching, jwirrfuD feet—fe«t so tired, chafed, u d swollen you can hardly hy don't j a 25-ecnt box of "TIZ" from tlie and swollen you can hardly get jour shoes on or offT Why dou't you - store now and gladden your tor- ture feet? "TIZ" makes your feet plow with com- fort} takes down swellings and draw the soreness snd misery right out of feet that chafe, smart and burn. "TIZ" Instantly stops pain in coma, callouses and bunions. 'TIZ" is glorious for tired, aching, sore feet. No more shoe tightness—no more foot torture. Monuments I have the agency of the Bren- bam Marble Works and have ti nice line of sample books for you to select from. If you waot to bay a monument drop me & oard and I will call to see you See me if you are in the market for Iron Fencing for cemetery or residence lots. V/ASOR IN1X HOUSTON I DRESCHER j Blacksmiths, Gunsm i ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 April 1915

«&$4RS i.. fWE i if:ame: Our stock oí Hardware, Farm Implements, Grain and Groceries is full and complete. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS COME IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE Groceries ; a % South Texas Ribbon cane molasses. Northern Seed corn. Oats. Cane Seed Garden Seed. Onion Sets. Chops, Bran and shorts. Cotton Seed Meal. Base Ball Goods Hardware Blacksmith Coal. Collars. Collar Pads. Homes, Traces. Mr. Bill Planters, Jno. Deere Planters. Waukegan wire. Galvanized Roofing. ORIOLE FLOUR A LIA/AYS in Guns Cartridges and RIsHIng Tackle. We want Your Trade ddíúmkMejshá We will Treat Too Right i'RIC1 HT' r1 irtneieigirie u;irtEu;ii;uMTOu;ieu;teu;iBC't;i 131313131317131^131313171313131313131 Inai^J ijnl>TT3131 Sn o«n3n«^3l31 -'■31313131«ín31«M3ri31i Personáis and Locals. Joe Krenek has returned from a visit to the oil field at Thrall. !>ur homes on the farm, why sry one will rise and say, its r duty as a Farm Woman to p carry on this good work. Observer, how is your 1 dough ker" on these mos...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 April 1915

•Vw U é Atsaa?"" •/"* ixss cs.-."v°¡av— AN NEWS-CHROINICLE «HMarmMr Volumnc XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texai, Friday, April K 1915 Come Across There is an old saying that you should praise the bridge that carries' you safely across. That's what a bank account will do for you. It's a safe bridge in time of trouble, safer, sounder than reinforced concrete. It will stand the acid test. The bank account takes you from the uncertainty of chance, safely across to the bank of prosperity and success. Our bank stands ready to assist you every step of the way. The more you test the greater security you will feel. DtpMitory lor the Burleson County Fundo ond Coun- ty and City School Fundo. The First State BanK OMNNNMmMMMMMCtMefMM NMMMNCM w. w. AWORNRY-AT.UW AND iNOTAHV PI TBI ¿C Office In Ledger BnlMlof Caldwell, Texas 1 J (Star Brand Shoes. I ^ THE "PATRIOT" Shoes at $4 50 is a better shoe than you have previously bought at $>.00. You can prove it by conversion. Snap, style and service...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 April 1915

Sett Culture Cl«b. f- **, • > 'Tr , * It hM been a tang § '! I «SsW r , K and for fifty one years numbered with the past perhaps has long since re- from the memory of the did Rebs who may yet be but perhaps may have children who wonld iike to read something, relating to the life of us, old worn out soldiers. I will just give a short synop- sis of the battles we were en- gaged in, on the above Wo dates. Walkers Division, of which I was a member, who was camped on what was called Sims Bayou, in Louisana, and our troupes being settled some in Texas and some In Arkansas, We were comp 'li- ed to retreat until we could con- sentrate our forces, therefore we slowly but very reluctently re treated before the enemy who numbered about sixty-five thous- and, while we only had about two thousand available soldiers at that time, but when we got t< Mansfield, we concluded that we like a wolf in front of the hound? had run far enough, turned ano went to snapping. Therefore we had by that tim...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 April 1915

á I * Vacation? "A rose with all its sweetest leaves yet unfolded." Young Friend! with your future before you wnat, wil%eu ata^e it—success or failure^ith youth) and hb-Uth you have tlfc power within you to possess the bless in# of -practical knowledge, the joy of achievement, the content of success, but only thru intelli- gent effort. If you have within you the love of higher things and betisir days; if you have am- bition, energy and determination if you are free from bad habit* that dwarf your intellect and unfit you for consideration by business men, we can train you in business methods—Bookkeep ing, Shorthand, Typewriting. Writing* Business Arithmetic. Business English, Business Law. Telegraphy and Station Work, and secure you a good position. You have no time to lose. The Spring and sumemr months should be used in securing a practical knowledge that you may accept a good paying position when th busy fall season begins. In oui years of experience as^jacherx we hav< watched o...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 April 1915

L County Pubttshiag Co. KAMUNi m mi ?,*>■ wt CWivaU, Ttaii. isU astut. Advertising R«tM 20c per inch All advertising ran until ordered out. Local readers 7 i-l cenfo per line each Oebeeription Per Yssr il«50 Three months 80c, Si* months <Sc (Invariably in Advance.) Any business is more respectable Iban what is teimed loafing. A young man bad better sell cough drops and shoe strings, than bang around public resorts murdering time and nis own reputation. Give the boy or the girl a cbance, and if nothing else comes of it, they will be better men aud women f r the time spent within college walls. And better men and women is the crying need of the world, yeoter- day, today and forever. Too many boys leave the farm where they would have made sub- ial and good citizens, and go the city where only one in a thousand ¡succeed in life s battle. There are farmers who fairly drive heir boys away. T-here is no ex- cuse for this. The farmer boy is entitled to his vacations, to several relaxa...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 April 1915

i ,<¡K Located Up-etaire Opera House Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS J. B. Honeycnt PHYSICIAN Office in '¿tone & Hi ohcook Drug Store Calis annwnr- promptlv clay or night. Oh y phone 82. nigh1 phone "81 Caldwell, Texas DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PinrSIGIAN AND SURGEON < Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101 -2r. Night Phone 101 3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. Drs. Foster ft Savage DENTISTS Office Up-stairs Next to Poet Office Phone No. 44. Hiss T. A. MATCEK REGISTERED NURSE f Terms Reasonable. Phone 204, Caldwell, Texas Piles Cared la 6 to 14 Days Yntir druccix will kIumI nonty If PAZO OINTMENT (nil* to cure any ea e of Itrh.og, BHnr!. lUeedínt nr Protmdln Pile* in * to 14 d*v«, tfbr ur l application give* fcaae Kent. tOc. Whan You go to Martin, Texas Take Your Bath* at The MARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The very best service and experienced attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Bute, N. D. i Proprietors. MM* Vmrnkmi Save time and money by using i the long distance telephone" Trammel bu«ine...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 April 1915

SHp > fei' m' /;! vir Now while the spring flowers are blooming and the son shine is bright, is the time for chatting. As the picnic at the Bird Soup school house was such a grand affair we will acknowledge that the people who stayed at liom« sure missed a fine dinner. Ever.v one spent a pleasant day, and w< just hope that in the near future another such a pleasant day can be spent with our friends an< relatives. All the young folks enjoyed ¡ jolly good time at the party Fri day night at the home of Mrs T. Clepper. Mr- Adolf Schiller of Deanvill spent a pleasant evening at G Eberhardt's Sunday afternoon. Miss Bulah Cowen was enter tained by Mr. Tim Moore Dean ville Sunday afternoon. Miss I ma Dean and Mi. A BroacLwell took a splendid littU trip to the Crunk lake Sunday afternoon, and after a nice boat ride with some of their friends they returned home. Sam Wiederhold, Ida Eber- hardt and Ima Dean attended the party Friday night. Wake up you Deanville rough riders; come back...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 April 1915

Psf V í-> i \ BPÜ W vi- V n SORE, TIRED EE Ho pcffed-up, burning, aching feet—no oorna or ndlmim ¡ "TIZ" make* sore, burning, tired feet fairly dance with delight Away oo the aches and peina, the corns, callouses, blisters, bunions and chilblains. "TIZ" draws out the acids and poisons that puff up your feet No matter how hard you work, how long you dance, how far you walk, or how long you remain oo your feet, "TIZ" brings restful foot eomfort. "11Z" is magical, grand, won- derful for tired, aching, swollen, smart- ing feet Ah I how comfortable, how happy you feel. Your feet just tinglo for joy; shoes never hurt or seem tight. Oct a 2ft cent box of "TIZ" now from any druggist or department store. End foot torture forever—wear smaller shoes, keep your f«st fnwh, sweet and happy. Just think! a whole year's foot comfort for only 26 cesta. «. Monuments I litvp th*kjremry of Ihv* Hr'-li ham Marble Wort-h find have, nice line of simple boo fere fo you to sel' ct from If vou wan' to buy ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 April 1915

; :# ^ I * *. mmmmmbm ■**wn jrittWtrWi wmm mm L*M.. 1; . ift ¥ 11 IH [•i •' BE te® lir ■ tc. WE HAVE THE GOODS Our stock oí Hardware, Farm Implements, Grain and Groceries is full and complete. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS CONE IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE Groceries South Texas Ribbon cane ' molasses. Northern Seed corn. Oats. Cane Seed Garden Seed. Onion Sets. Chops, Bran and shorts. Cotton Seed Moal. Base Ball Goods ORIOLE FLOUR ALWAYS Guns, Cartridges and Fishing Tackle. r 3 Hardware Blacksmith Coal. Collars. Collar Pads. Homes, Traces. Mr. Bill Planters, J no. Deere Planters Waukegan wire. Galvanized Roofing We want Your Trade (jenftfl^enionb We will Treat You Rifht Personals and Locals. Methodist Missionary Notes. Trade with our advertisers. Mrs. Willie Shakelford return ed to Belton Monday from visit- ing Mrs- Jesse Garrett. Ben Levi of Houston visited friends here Friday and Satur- day. Misses Nora and Carrie Kleb spent Easter Sunday in Rockdale with friends. Dr. J. B. Honeycut and family...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 April 1915

\'í -n. - ? iirtrkfth itJL IvkJUlI | Caldwell, ne XXXI '*V- >* ' % fONICLE rmxMBarncMir fexai, Friday, April 16, 1915 Fishing For Business. It is pretty híird to be a success- ful fisherman unless you at least put your line in the water. If \ou want business, the fairest way is to come out openly and ask for it Tint's the reason we are using this space every week, assuring you that we want more business, YOURS in particular, and are not beating about the brush in asking for it. Our banking facilities are the best to b* had. The First State BanK Depository lor tlw Burlooon County Pando and Coun- ty and Ctty Sohool Fundo. Aid Society. mmmnMNM W. W. Ifc-A-ITKIiN" ATTORNKY-AT-LAW AND iNOTAhV PUBUC Office ia U4|er BalMtai Caldwell, Texas MtatNeeiMeai«e«NeeeewM J Star Brand Shoes.) THE "PATRIOT" Shoes at 54.50 is a better shoe than ' you have previously bought at $5.00. Vou can prove it by com^arsion. Snap, style and service—you'll al- ways find them in the "Patriot.' We sell the Patri...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 April 1915

I JTP 1 - ' f T /••••**— -- #***} —;-""Zftr:'.* /'-V A* :■ : ' ■•••;■ >- .?■■>?■ ■'•-• t W ' .«. -j - > % % ' .a liHl rW • • • if- ■ >'' 7 % fc: I Rev. R. F. Bren nan of Dallas, Miss Ethel Womble was the Ma<i. will lecture this coming genial hostess to the members eek, beginning next Sunday Qf the Qui Vive club and a num* night, April 18th, at 8 o'clock at1 ber 0f invited guests at the resi- dence of Mrs. J.R. Ha'rtgraves Saturday afternoon. The attrac- tive and hospitable home was beautifully decorated for the occasion with cut flowers and ferns and jras a bower of beauty. Tables were arranged for play- ing the ever popular game of '42" and several enthusiastic games were played by the guests who are all expert players. While the interest in the games were still intense, ail were in- vited into the cozy dining room where they were served with two courses of refreshments, a salad course and an ice course. Those enjoying this gracious Hospitality were: Mesdames Gray, T...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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