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Bronte Weekly Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 31, 1942, Bronte, Texas BRONTE ENTERPRISE VOLUHN » BIIONTB, COKE COUNTY, TBXA8, FRIDAY, JULY 31, »42. NUMBER 30. Bronte Fiisiieer Business Man Dies Mter Uiing flkiess L. ^dges, a resident of Bronte for a third of a century, ^nd one of the town's pioneer bttsiness mi^, died, at the family residence, Wednesday at noon, July 29, ld42. His death terminated the most ^lemarkable struggle for recovery from af-<Lliction, perhaps, in the history of all this part of the country. It was about twenty years ago that the health of deceased failed him. Oif a determined spirit he fought the malady, and lived in hope for a long time that he Ì t ,3 "a if IT TAK£S A mGH SPIRITED ^ Horse—with plenty—of get Vp Go—in Him to Win—a Race— and _ IT TAKES A HIGH SPIRITED FIGHTING - - ARMY TS do the job—of Winniiar—This War— We who stay at home must do our part-to keep-OUR ARMY— KiirvYiMiam —in the Best— Condition—with plenty of Food- Clothing—the Best— TANKS-^PLANES— guns—BOMBS an r V ^ ABIMUNmON—t h a t CAN BE—PRODUCED! WE MUST i DELIVER THE GOODS IT TAKES MILLIONS and BILLIONS of Dollar«—^We must-put up—the Money-Buy Bonds—Every Pay Day Regularly. ITTASISS The above are the personnel of the Youth Caravan of the Methodist ohuich who are to be with the Bronte Methodist church, embra ing the period from August 1 to 8. MRS. J. ROBERT KNIERIM was Miss Melbo Abbcrr of Mart before her marrioge July 17 in Bronte. The couple , at home jn Son Angela. Coke County Will Ikve Jioiior Livestock in the Spring of 1943 (By H. E. Smith, County Agent) In spite of the handicaps due • to the Wav Efforts where trans- - portation is con' enied the Coke would r rover. But within a • lock; at the Bronte Baptist j County Livestock Association Coke Soi^ Meet at Ft Chi^boume 2ttd i^jnday in €ct. Deceased waa bom in .i^« «X _______ .. ----------- i J, ^ ^o, X i John Coalson, president of the Hunt ber wieie in attendance not only and feeders of Coke county | Coke County Singing Conven- county. He came first to Llano in and around Bronte but from »l*^®®. ^^ -pr<rfuction of tion, requests The Enterirnse to land then in 1909 he came to other communities. fnTTJi^L^^^ ^^^^ Bronte. He formed a partner- In the days of his active life, and espe lally those junior the all-day singing of the county ship in a hardware firm which, deceased was not only a sue- the .u^L'L t« ^J"" ''' enjoyed a good business. Then cesaful business man. but -he al- thTf Oc^r. deceased came into possession of ^vay« took an interest in the af-, ii^tock sLw L^^ f " the business and operated same , fairs of his town and communi-, .'fif' ^^ until his health failed-since ty. He had many friends among jil^f ii^ Chadboume the third Sunday in that time the business haa been the old timers who will PHUse • ^ uige that th^ , July. But. due to a conflict with under the direction of Floyd and shed a tear at his passing, young feedeis pla e their dem- the West Texas Sinking Con-Sfeves. son of deceased. but will cherish fine and happy onstra ion on nione of a com- iSSsed la:ked only one day memories of him. for his forti ;'necnal basm for this year bding in his seveSty-fourth tude throughout the long years P»«"« ¡or the show are »^ing -----------^ yeai He is survived besides of his affliction. ! Zi ^IZVlLn «n fiSu^"^ with with the undc- nis son. by his widow' and a -o-. , /»t^®'^ /.J.«" f" .'"dvidi^i standing with the Fort Chad- daur^e " Mrs. Clint Duncan, Mr and Mrs. J. B. Parish have I basis, as hw bourne community that the meet vention w-hi.h wa.s sch^duleti to meet at Winters on that date, Coke county meeting was dis- u-M ■ Î c N-vv- r 'V Î » ki and a lot of\çnergy— and Effort-fô swt- ^ —At thé v^ best price ,th« Best Merchandise WE ARE DETERMINED • to do—for you—our XXEAD LEViElL BEST That you will be asiumd of getting tho , beat Value« Possible— wlian you trado »t Jll^lNBOfllAM BBOS. 's Shopi^nf Wlßr^iamiiß^' and three grandchildren. Funeral servi03s were held Thui'sday morning at ten o' J X o A titk. ' "isen the custom of i)a«t Ck>unty moved to San Angelo. Mr. Par- igjjows. ish has accepted a job at Carr Field. , J 9 The Winners À Ribbons and pi«niiums will be would be there at a later date. Let everybody be advised as t-.» the above occasion, th^ date and folks are as enter- awarded. Probably a sp& ial a- g^ f^rth, and keep it in mind ward will be offered to the boy Fort Chadbour producing the largest number of f^^ gn^ nea pounds of quality l^. pork tainers and it is going to be and mutton. The directors «.day you can't afford to miss. the Association in a called meet- j p_ ing, voted to purchase a War i Viemon Glenn of A & M. Col-Bond with the funds wh» h are ¡egg is visitifg hi« parents, Mr. in the building fund of the As- ^„j j g denn. gociation. due to the difficulty _______ involved in a building program p®nnam«it building fund. And at this time. The present setup ^^at y^ar the show should calls for the Asjwiation s show ^e ftfanced by new donations, (expenses and all other activi- ^h^ producers will be notified ties to be financed by donations t^g „ea-. future in regards to from the various livestock pro- this year's donations, du. ers in Coke coimty. Whm j. t. Henry, Vocational Ag-this program was initiated in j ^„¡ture instructor of the the county it was decid^ th^ BraaU High Shcool, was elected when the premiums, awaids »»1 to flU ^ vacancy in the office other exijenses incurred in promoting a county show had been paid, all remaining funds shouH be set aside and used toward a of seeretary, cautaed by the î-e»-tgnation of P. P| Fitzhugh. Mr. Fitshugh will report for offi- repor cer's training in the near future. O. C. Fisher ti San Angelo, who led in thiB three^somered 'Ralph Logan, San Angelo, who ra for congressman of the 81st in Rnturday*» primary won in Saturday's primary, over .MivlùinoW'l>eeometthB inning candidate in view of the ftet that as W« go to i^eas this Thursdny oiftemoon, infom»-tion comes that Mr. South haa wHhdrawn fffom the thwi leai^ BÂT. Fiihév W. C. (Bill) McDonaki of Rob. ert L«B»*aa a .andidate for the <^iee of dietrict attorny of the 5Ut judieiia diatrioi k New Imwniiee ftoe Mir Local ReppresentatlviS fl. ft Fittjr,HiveHck; Rev. * W. T. Spftrknan. Necton. t|i|MÎ»A Finrtl Ihm
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