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Bronte Weekly Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 9, 1942, Bronte, Texas 1 Club met Ut the L. T. with jind W. W. Jeff Dean of the were members by the Miss H. A. P. Miss Miss Mary Mrs. Frank Whitt and Mrs. T. W. H. Mis D. K. Mrs. James Mrs. B. D. COmS OCTOBER 9, 1941 TO SERVE ANOTHER Baptist Association convened with the Kickapoo Baptist three miles north of on highway 70, concluded its Saturday afternoon and all the Heady for Coke Song Johnson of Fort states that the community is ready for the Coke Counters and returned to their ty Singing Convention which is scheduled to convene there of the local church day for an all-day reporting to The Enterprise The local community is going stated that it was a most inter- to supply dinner for the ing meeting from first to singers outside of Coke county The same officers were it is expected that all succeed who who attend wiJ bring their r Johnnie own lunch The HIS Boari Robert Branson and wife are here to spend a month with h s Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Robert is stationed C B at Mather California and 3 I here while recovering from an performed on his knee about two weeks E. Cumbie was elected of the Bronte Rationing H. 0. The to beginning this week the in a | fice of Rationing Board will special election to succeed be kept open on Saturdays ter who resigned 5 o'clock in the ago and moved to San There were twenty-eight votes cast and Mr. Cumbie got 26 of T. body will meet with the church in Taylor in near next community is small Dan Scott from Fort is not reasonably possible forj Houston was a week end guest the community to give dinner to of his Mrs. Maggie all who and other tal carry your own and enough to aid in R. E. Hickman was a business ing the visitor in San Angelo favorable weather it that a will be in attendance and i many noted singers and quartettes from other places are and the office has af during the busy season so many of the people are coming to town only Saturday the office will remain open as announced in by D. one of at Monday land's good caught at B. the fire alarm Was Saturday and made us Wedding rites were Mrs. Mack Mrs. ed in. The residence of ' Mrs. plum Hoots paid up ' San Antonio for Miss down o n his subscription to away over in j BrunSon and Sgt. Mrs. Otis Mrs. C. Church was in Be- 1943. C. E. one of Rev. Hardy a Mrs. Curtis Smithy Mrs. fore the fire boys could reach our prosperous and odist formerly Coleman of San the scene the fire was under stock came in and he of the Bronte Methodist is to call attention that IV I 117 J i has enjoyed the 3itl>eLaiipter privileges of the Legion park been built under the trees and some of the trees have ben the by the Enterprise has been requested to call to this and to request each and all not to build any more fires under headway it could not be made us good but now pastor of a Methodist j but to get out in the clear Attention was turned he moved up his subscription church in San will Hp nn to keep the Methodist church to 1944. Such the The marriage adjacent even by the celebrated at the home of Mrs. from being The a country all its There are many others was was follow the example of stage is Abilene is in in keeping with Abilene's from the of doing the Exposition to of the at to a hospital in San bring your subscription down to lo where she is slowly recovering to are doing our tq give you a newsy little town Do you appreciate that and help us 0. W. Chapman has been held there next from city This tober 12 to Saturday place was filled by Barrett thank tober 17, is going to be a show gy connection with his position as water to be a new attractions of widely known shows are booked open at the 1 for the Monday bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrsi J. O. She graduate of Business She is now employed by the government at Fort Sam Houston in San DeLaughter was formerly stationed at Brooks San but has been transferred to DeLaughter will continue with her work for the Taylor has been water superintendent succeeding B a r r r 11 who resigned to accept 1 O The Supper Club has a Mr. to engaged and people need entertainment with Vic Allen's will open on schedule time schod are admitted next Monday with a s World 1 air free show for the soldiers i the thrill Oscar big traveling cs in and a big free fireworks Abram's of and ther 40 double lengt h railroad tion for stunt men will do their de- I invite all West Texas is given the afternoons in front see this big show wh le you can Mrs. Lester that short of - They come Gas Rationing Jim - of the variety John next week to October 5, the Freshman Class of the Bronte met and organization by electing 0. A. Faith was elected sponsor of the were elected as Joan Bl Joan Grade and Mrs. Ed Fletcher at their three miles northwest of October 4, with a birthday Rcd Gift present were Rev. atari app bit to entertain all who and the of soldiers and their are away from towns and in and getting for Victory which will the war of all ill when it was b4 to the Exposition Exposition each attraction Win certainly their worth attend the or the big night been Mr. H. Lura Mr. and Mrs. Wish R. J. and Billie Mr. and Mrs. J. D. James David and Leonard Fletcher and William Bruce and CharWe all of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Robert Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mr. Bromfield and Mrs. Viola all of delightful time was enjoyed by all October the 8th Mr. and Grade Democracy had their and i and Mrs. The club to gather toys for the Junior Red Cross gift Lee Scott had a a quiz program on Flag 8th grade is now 100 per cent service to the scrap metal We are scrap to slap the It New
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