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Brookshire Times, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1937, Brookshire, Texas The Brookshire Times VOLUME 24 WALLER MAY 141937 NUMBER 23 A mation f Effective J Nearby Towns Addicks Post of In Up and At Em Campaign April Tax Collect ions For County Increased Brookshire Sends Entry To State Shrine Ceremonial Brookshire will send one of its lead x i r Waller Countys Tax According to the Post commanaer R Day reports an increase in tax ing citizens Max as its entry of the Veterans of Foreign Wars at for April which ig quite in the AllState Shrine the Addicks the in that it shows a tendency on which win be in Wichita post is forging ahead to its goal ol the part Qf Waller County people to May The drill team will making this a very fine post and a neceasity of their very j congigt of 32 members of the recognized factor in Veteran of prompt payment of taxes for the func which will be taken to Wichita eign Wars tioning of the various County Depart from the regular Shrine This which has twentyfive mentg Roads to be held in Houston at the Arabia charter is augmented f rom Qther 50 Total for Temple on May Howlville w H c ftnd 65 Stote d hat geveral other meets on the first and last Wed nesdays of each month and it is cus tomary for the Post to serve refresh ments at the intial meeting which is held in the Woodman of the World Hall at Harry Post and dreams of the day when they can raise sufficient funds to provide a meeting place of their LITTLE FLOWER OF JESUS The Little Flower of eJsus Club met at the home of Kosh last i Thursday evening at eight HIGHWAY COMMISSION GRANTS APPROPRIATION FOR MORE THAN 10 MILES ROAD CONSTRUCTION Just Between You n Me Judge County Judge of Waller County and one of the most diligent workers in the securance of appropriations I think that it should rain and setfor road construction for Waller wUl some of T lot received late advices i of arguments as to whether its go also participate in the regular cere monial as well as in the State com petitive They will leave Brookshire on the 20th for Wichita returning to eport8 wcre given by Somer Brookshire on the 23rd of from the Highway in gto rain or not UU1 1C vlf the little red wagon holds tor Texas that has been gether Im going to find out whether appropriated onTelief opening to that dern oil well is goin to bring in j o 7 nf road between Oil or Salt take a little bet miles ot roaa Detween Bruno and George Kosh read the fourth and fifth chap ters in the Catholic The next meeting will be held at the Marys Catholic Church May im mediately following All Catholics are urged to become mem Department of Agriculture WEATHER BUREAU either You ought to trip down Ad ing to be Veal doin about it next tell you inof7 May came across some people tnat mov Weather outlook for the period ed to this county not so very long May to May inclusive for Southern Hempstead Femms were sorry to disappoint residents and subscribers of Katy last week by not being able to run the His tory of as but our press went haywire and we had to rush A number of Hempstead people about a ton of machinery down to j went to Houston last week to hear TJ i A u u WoiNel90n Eddy in his appearance there Doc Peck and have it f ixedwe West iSaim j woods URifo appropriati ever sent therfi aletter or made an ef scattered showers over north por tion about Wednesday tempera tures near accordmg to repota current in could have gone to Houston but we Hempstead certain young ladies have figured that inasmuch as our slogan inot exactly arrive4 back to terra Waller County Money for Waller firma are still star gazing and sing County should be lived up were fixed up now arid are running this History installment this ing This will make it hard for the local swains to follow in the wake of such a lasting personality as Nelson Eddy displayed in his ETERNAL REST One of our beloved friends and neighbors has been called to receive her reward in a home of bliss ful happiness where there is no more of this died at the Baylor Hospital in Tuesday at She is Survived by her two Anna Ruth and her father Davis and Ralph of Wylie of two Kelly of Kelly of and one vtatielee Davis of Funeral services will be held today at 4 from the Methodist Church officiated by the Hardt of East Bernard and assisted by the Church Beyler was born near on June and moved to Brookshire in the year 1904 with her She was a graduate of the Brookshire High School after which she took a course in she was married to Beyler on May and of this union two children were Anna Ruth 14 and Lucilee Besides her relatives here and nearby who are left to mourn her are numerousnear relatives in Iowa and The Brookshire Timesjoins the many friends of the deceased here and elswhere in deepest sym pathy for the Local Dealer Now Able To Make Deliveries local Dodge and Ply mouth spent Thursday and Friday of last week in Houston and while there made two newcar deliv one a 4door sedan and the other a coupe Neuman reports that he has been advised that he can now make deliveries on new Dodges and Ply as the factory have been settled and all is quiet on the Dodge and Plymouth except a little farm not so far j Erom wasnt a Brookshire and the on also miles in Austin County between the river and This does not include an unde termined amount for the fills and fort to get business into this fs effective as of July I stopped and To all those whcse un taiked to see a lot of things tiring efforts have been resporsi driving all over Waller County four times a Ill give you a tip on the next one I Theres a man in this town who takes a look at your and place of business every 30 minutes of the night Continued on Last Paee Not Enough Bulls For Little Mike NOT ENOUGH BULLS On very good advice has been received that Little Mike has had LUC JHJUfeC JL 11 1 the hum of activity of catching up to step out of the county to make his with the delayed deliveries of new is strictly against his code of always buys if you see Alva on the street in this instance Mike with that Here tis look in his the bulls have gone on a strike you are either about to buy a Plyand there are not enough bull hides mouth or a Dodge oV give him an exraised in Waller county to make one ble for this there will always be a debt of gratitude for their service to section of Waller cellent Motion Picture for Brookshire 14 little pair of boots that he has been trying to have made for some 100 Attend Banquet About 100 persons attended the Hempstead Chamber of Commerce banquet last Friday at the High School A fine program was whidh was arranged previous to the ban then an impromptu pro gram was also given rious members were called upon to display their and from the ac count of some of them they must have been The program was as follows Piano Miss Sophie Shindler Miss Mary Elizabeth Urban Address of Welcome Roy Wright Browder Report of Activities Davis Piano Accordion Maroney the size believe it for I saw So Little Mike hied j himself to Houston to have them Ill tell you These Presentation of Awards bulls are really wise old for I saw a humped back bull last week leading a bunch of bulls to the tall local Chevrolet announces he is sponsoring a just about know when program of interesting and entertainyou are ready for a new pair of ing talking motion pictures to be preCant fool a sented from the Chevrolet Automo the complete theatre on on Friday evening about 8 in front of the This unit is mounted on a 201inch wheelbase truck chassis and contains a theatre type sound motion picture public address system and has its own complete Delco electric power The unit is so constructed that the top raises and the pictures are shown on a translu rtent which makes pictures vis ible to very large This unit is in charge of a professional oper thoroughly trained in this type of Everyone is invited to attend the showing from this most unusual County Agent 4H Club Boys and Outstanding After which the dinner was served by local ANNIVERSARY SALE 6 Saxet Macaroni 4 Fluff Shormini Spagetti 2c 52c Economy Rio Coffee 2 25c H Martin s Red and Wkite Store TELL YOUR MERCHANT YOU SAW IT IN THE BROOKSHIRE TIMES
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