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   Lockhart Post Register (Newspaper) - October 27, 1927, Lockhart, Texas                                THE LOCKHART POST Established 1889 THE LOCKHART REGISTER Established 1879 FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR LOCKHART, TEXAS'    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1927 NUMBER 43 f AIR PROVES GREATEST IN HISTORY GROUNDS THRONGED TO LAST DAY The most extensive list of awards ever issued from a J'air in Caldwell County was that made up last week. It is impossible to publish in full the list of prizes this week because the books in which they were kept could not be obtained. Judges, in making up the lists, did so with the view of facilitating their work and not in form for publishing. In many books, only the name of the one who would receive a cash award was written, seconds and thirds being represented by number of the entry. In order to publish seconds and thirds comparison of entry lists and award lists had to be made. The weather of last week was ideal for a Fair-cool nights and hot days. Old timers used to say that a successful Fair was necessarily attended with plenty of sweat and dust. The afternon races brought out good crowds, except Saturday when people had to cease pleasure and attend for a time to business. The football game Friday between Luling and Lockhart resulted in n score 31 to 6 in favor of l.ockhart. Most interest was manifested in community exhibits, and if those who have made the rounds of Fairs are to be believed, there were none better in any of the county Fairs. j The   Post - Register   has   been   fur ni�hed the score sheet of the judges! rind will publish 'he -nine next week.' Many  i:rh�w�1�  vol   igirti'-inatir.ir in 1 the ..)...?." Hsmissed a d-iy in or-'or ' that   the  nupil*   mi"ht   view  the  e\ ' hihits. Peoph Clean-up Week Nov. 7th to November 12 were present from all parts of the State making ii delightful and long to be remembered reunion feature. The Health Booth and Child Clinic operated by Dr. Ahner A. Ross, city health physician of l.ockhart, was a feature recognizing modern ideas of child welfare. Miss Moore, lent this exhibit by the State Health department, examined more than 150 children. Unfortunately, the book listing those de-iring literature from the State Health department was taken awa\ and those wanting such literature pre t H"V, "1" e.e'-es:tty write . . the      a;.   i'.-.ilMi  I lepa: t men!  a!   Alls- Wild Mallard duck: 1, 2, 3, drake; 1, 2, 3, duck. Toulouse Goose: 1, 2, O. Gander; I, 2, O. Goose, 1st Y. Goose; 1st Y.i Gander. Grey African Goose: 1. 2, O. Gander; 1, 2, O. Goose; 1 Y. Goose. White Holland Turkey: 1 0. Tom; 1 O. hen; 1, 2, Y. Tom; 1, 2, Y. hen. Burbon Red Turkey: 2 0. Tom; 1, 0. hen; 1, 2, Y. Tom; 1, 2, Y, hen. Nariganset Turkey: 1, O. Tom; 1, 0. hen; 1, 2, Y. Tom; 1, 2, Y. hen. White Guinea: 1, 2, cock; 1 hen. Colored Muscovey duck: 1, drake; 1, hen; 1. 2, Y. drake; 1, 2, Y. duck. White Pekin Ducks:    1, 2, 3,   Y. drake; 1, 2, 3, Y. duck. Eng. Call Duck: 1, 2, 3, drake; 1 2. 3, Duck. S. C. White Minorcas: 2, 3, hen; 2, 3, cockl. S. C. Buff Minorcas: 1, 2, cockl.; 2, 3, hen. Mot. Anconas: 1, 2, hen. Eng. Red. Capp: 2nd, 3rd. hen. S. C. Black Orpington: 1, 2, 3, hen. Dark Cornish: 3 old pen. White Cornish: 2, 3, hen; 2, 3, pul. Black Cornish: I, 2. 3, hen. Speckled Sussex: 1, 2. 3, pul. Black Cochin    Bantams:    1. 2, 3. cockl.;  1, 2. 3. hen;  1. 2. 3, pul.;  1, 2, 3. cockl. White Ctc 3 hen. S.  Spang. �    !-.:�!�;        3 Dirk Wai Red War       i�ul. Spanish   Black   Diamond Gain' i ockl. 1. 2. 3, pul. .Mot. Hudans: 3rd hen. Clariborn Sp. T. N. Game: 1 c 1   3. pul. Clairborn T. N. Game: 1,2,: 1 cock. Entry No. 27: R. F. Riedel, 'Texas. Entry 28. Lynn McMillan, Lockhart Texas: Open Class. 2, 3, Young pen; vVhite Leghorn; Club Entry. 1, 2. 3. young  pen; white leghorn. Entry No. 31): Ret! Cuban dame: \llie Blackwell, Lockhart. Texas. 2. hen.  1 cock. From Monday, November 7th to Saturday November 12th, will be Clean-up Week in Lockhart. The city truck will collect all rubbish sacked and conveniently placed Burn combustible material; sack tin cans and other rubbish. The truck will make but one round. Have your sacks placed near the street not later than the 10th. As the people who need city service worst do not read papers, those interested in cleanliness will spread the news of the Clean-up as far as possible by word of mouth. All sections of the town will be covered. Wm. M. SCHOFIELD, Mayor of Lockhart. -o- Hiph School Carnival Here Next Week. 5th Red Cross Regional     ' Millikin Insanitv Meet Held Oct. 25th!       Trial in Progress �sted Black Polish: Hamburgs:   1. 2, cockl- 2   3   pnl. Horse (i a me : 1,3 llor^e Game: 2nd cock ock.; �ockl. n-kl.; cockl. hen; Buda. Hey there!! Let's get pepped up for the high school carnival coming next week. Saturday, November 5th. Be sure to see all your fiends there! Get in the swim-follow the crowd on the evening of November 5 to the high s'.'hool campus where a carnival unsurpassed by any of the foremost traveling shows in America awaits vou. is being produced, di-over entirely by high for the benefit of th" Counties embraced in the district. After motions for change of venue Regional Conference assembled in! had been overruled and the court Lockhart Tuesday October 25th are:! of criminal appeals and the supreme Caldwell, Comal, Gonzales, Guada-j court had refused to interfere, the lupe, Hays, that portion of Lavaca i following jury was impaneled to try and DeWitt in the City of Yoakum. \ the Millikin insanity case: Three counties sent representatives, J.D. Osteen, Lockhart; Holland of their Red Cross chapters as fol- \ Page, Lockhart; Allie Tiller, Prairie lows: ' Lea; Alvin Wooton, Lockhart; Arthur CALDWELL: Wm. M. Schofield,' Wiede, Lockhart; R. M. Medlin, Lock-county chairman; E. U. Conley, chair-; hart;  J.  T.  Ellis,  ReedVille;  John Hook, Lockhart; A. N. Langston, Luling; Lee Dinyer, Lockhart; P. S. Miles, Lockhart;    W.   0.   Medford, "The Big Parade" Has Remarkable Musical Score man of the roll call drive; members of the Red Cross executive board; numerous citizens. COMAL: Mrs. Julius Mehlitz county chairman; Miss Louise Willig, health nurse. GONZALES: Miss Violet Crook health nurse; Miss Mary Dawe, member executive board. Lockhart Except in clashes of the States attorneys and counsel for the defense, the case is devoid of sensation. Court recessed Wednesday morning in  order that Holland Page, juror carnival and put students fund ��..(.,] fel- and all. good    time    is i- the regular feature-many novelties, such Booth for Two Only"; �g -how  and a display . there a- the a three of wild Thi> r-ct.ed 'hoe' \ nni'" � �>:>' !>,.-; -ill 1 "Mm i' erg 'I animals. This promises also to be an i vening of recreation for tired parents. Come on, Mothers! Enjoy the   Glenvoir (Dec. Float, Commercial) 1st.....DuBoise-Carter Ins. Agency 2nd - Joiley & Terry 3rd   Lockhart  Post-Register ( Decorated Car t Mrs. Joe Vogel I Decorated Bicycle) Girls in Pink, Frances Cheat-Martha Kreuz. Black    and   Orange,   Lanclle n. i ("hild on Pony I 1m    Brown 2nd    Page 3rd    Ibd Girl. Entry  No. �il    I � xa- 1   cor),. -t    of      Entry  No. Ii.ii ;. To -.a.-: Iv-tr;.   No. hait. Texas: 1.2, '!. cock F.itti.v No. 31.   Mrs. S ! ockhart. Texas. White ; 2. 3. hen; 1 cockl. 1. Holt-Barred   P.   Rock 33.   Fred   Store Dark Cornish: 1 .; 2 hen:  1  pen. l.ork- 2. hen: � Lock-' 3 pul - j Lock-' 3, cock '. wl Emilv Alice Sew-all. F Living Wilson, mily Long students of i- T'nivei'sity, were in L ath  of  Carl 1 reha- foi-W V.-i ighati, Rock:   1 1st 1st ham 2nd Robert Entry  No. hart. Texas. burg: 1 cock; dotte: 1 cock Entry No. hart, Texas, 2. 3, Ckl.; 1. Entry  No. Lockhart, Texas, ! ish: 1, 3, hen; 2 j Entry No. 30: j l.ockhart, Texas. ! 2 cock.; 3 cockl.; i Entry No. 10: i l.ockhart. Texas j cock; 2 hen; 2 O. 3,"i. B. Walters. Lock-Club  Ent.  S.  P.  llam- 1. 2, hen; White Wyan-; 1. 2, hen. 3t>: John Taylor, Lot-kit. No. 5. Pit Game:  I. 2, 3, pul.; 1, 3, hen. 38.  W. A.  Martindale. R.F.D.: Dark Corn-pen. Raney and Withers: R. I.  Reds: 3 pen: 3 pul. 1 leury Bat red pen; :'� V Rocks: 1 O. pen; I, 2, 3. pul. Entry No. (>2. Oscar Smith and. -..'ife. I.oekhait. Texas. Brown Leg.:; 1, 2, 3, pen: 1. 2, 3 pul.; 1. 2. 3. ckl.; I 1. 2. 3, hen; 1 flock chick..; 1, 2. 3, ck.' Entry No. 03. W. H. Barth. Lockhart, Texas. Bronz Turkey: 1 trio; 1, 2. Y. hen; 2 Y. Tom. Entry No. (i-1. Alton Callihan, Lockhart, Texas. Bronz Turkey: 1 Tom; 3 hen; White Wyandotte, 3* Y. pen. Entry 1. M>s. (!;���. Cooper. Mrulton Texas. Bronz Turkey: 1. 2, hen; 3 Tom. No. Oil. D. B M-o!!;ia Blue ( ice-e The : Unite of hapt-v Shrine Band Concert Here October 28th The band of Ben Hur Shrine of Austin will give a free concert on the Court House square in Lockhart Friday evening. October 28th. This band has in times past come well County 1 o   do   so   Will concert. :o the ("aid i-'.: unable  'nan with a [lir but bo-visit  Lock- rrega  CARL WEAVER DEAD Roberts. Dale iiiic 1 We ( Best :    Married (V Edgar Vogel. wl    Purina Mu Comic) upie, Marvin Mueek John, Bill Black Entry No. 32. A. T. l.vtton Spring*. Texas. G. I, 2, 3, cockl; 1, 2. pul. Entry No. 13: A. W. Ellison, hart. Texas. Gordau Game: 1st Gin Grey Game: 1 ckl.; 1, 2, .' Athlete  Game:   1  cock;   Horn Schneider, Rocks:    3 pen. Card well S. Game: Robert.-. I .in |. . 1 hart hen; 1 hen. Award 1. 2. hen; Wild Cat 1. 2. pul.; L eg. Lock cockl . pul. Game Poultry White Wyandotte Entry No. 1. Geo. Cooper. Mmilton, Tex., hen; 1, 2. Cockl. I, 2, 3. Pul. pen; 1. 2. Y. pen. Bronze Turkey: 1, 2. hen; Entry   No.  2:   Mrs. .1.   M. M r; 1, 3. 1. 2. O. 3 Tom. lowers, San Antonio Texas, 5-111 Kayton Ave. Bull' Orpin.gton, I. 2, 3 Pul. Entry No. 3: G. C. Nitzche, San Maivos", Texas: R. L Red. 1, 2. Cockl. 1, 2, lieu; 1  Pul. 1st. young pen. Entry No. -1 to 2(5 inc.: Washington County Poultry Assn., Rrenham, Texas. Barred Rock:   I, 2 Pul. S. C. Sil. Leghorn: 3 hen; 3 pul. S. C Black Minorca: 1, 2, 3, hen. S. C. White Leg.: 1, 2, Cockl. Iluir  Leg. 3 pul. Red Leghorn: 3 pul. Black Liingshang: 3 hen; 2, 3, pul. Golden I.. Wyandotte: 3 cockl.; 2 3. hen; 2, 3. pul. Par.  Wyandotte:   1, 2, cockl;   1, 2, pullel. Par. Rock: 2 one Bull' Rocks: 2, 3 Blue 2nd,  V. Black I, ' > i Duck: I, duck. S. duck: Y. duck.    Chinese il.; 3 hen; 3, V. cockl; pul. 3 cockl. Drake; 3, Y G W hit. I  goose. Bull" Orpington Duck drake; 1, 2, 3, Y. duck. Eutden (iec-e: I, 2. 3, 3,  goose. 1st, Drake; 1   gander; I, 2,  3   V. rnuder; 1, 2, Entry No. 11. E. C. Moore, Dale, Texas: Cuban Game: 2 cock; 2, 3, hen. Allen Round Head Game: 1 cock 1, 2. 3, hen. Entry No. if,. Walter Cardwell. Loikhart, Texas.  White   Leghorn:   I. 2. 3, Cock; 1, 2, 3, hen; 3 ckl.; 3 pul.; I old pen; 1 young pen. Entry No. -1(5. Max Ohlendorf. Burbon Red Turkey:  1  O. Tom Entry No. -17. A. W. Benner, Lockhart, Texas: Mottled Anemias: 3 hen, 1 ckl; 2 pen. Entry No, hart, Texas. Entry No. Martindale, I. 2, pul.; 1 Entry No. hart, Texas: Entry No. hart, Texas. Entry No. hart. Texas: Entry No. hart, Texas, pul.: 2, 3. ck Entry No. hart. Texas, cock; 3 hen. Entry No. Te-.is.  Banv '.! young pen. Eillry No. Texas.  Bull' Entry No. ha...    Tcxa- �18. C. W. Watkins, Lock Dark Cornish; 2 cock. -10. Mrs. D. B. riorton, I'ex..  Eng.  White  Leg.: pen. 51. E. A. Adams, Lock-2nd young pen. 52. Gus. Caidwell, Loclt-R. I. Red: 3 hen, 2 pul. 53.  Dr. Huchtel.  Lock-R. I. Red: 1 cock. 5-1. W. F. llaun. Lock-Mot.  Ancouas:  1, 2, 3, I.; 1 pen. 5�5. Emil Willms, Lock Barred   Rock:    1. 2, 3 . D. Rod M. Hay. 2. 3 lading, cockl; W. C. Sewell, Luling, Orpington, 2nd. cockl.  il. John Guckian, Lock-('lull   Entrv.    Barred Entry Texas. ( 1 cock. V. O. Blue Game Cuban Red: 3 cock, i Open Special lies; display, ten birds Brown Oscar Smith. Lockhart. Texas. j Best   Male bird  of  Show,    Brown; I eghorn. Oscar Smith, Lockhart. Best female bird of show. ButV Orpington, Mis. J. M. .lowers, 5l(i Kay- j ton Ave., San Antonio, Texas. Best pen of show: White Wyandot-tes: Mrs. Geo. Cooper, Mmilton, Tex. Caldwell Co. Special Awards by W. Colley Best  display White  Leg.:  Thomp-| sou and Cardwell. Lockhart, Texas. Best Male Dark Cornish, Fred Storey,  Lockhart, Texas. Best pen, Dark Cornish, Fred Storey, Lockhart, Texas. Best   female.  White  Leg.:   Walter Cardwell, Lockhart, Texas. Best Old Tom Turkey, Bronz: Alton Callihan, Lockhart, Texas. Best old hen Turkey, Bronz: Alton Callihan, Lockhart, Texas. Best  Trio  turkey,  Bronz:    W.  11. Barth, Lockhart, Texas. This year the poultry department of the Caldwell County Fair was far out in the lead as compared with the! same department of any other fair in I Southwest Texas  There were on ex-j hibit nearly one thousand birds consisting  of  more than    70  varieties. Chickens,  ducks,  geese  and   turkeys of all  kinds  were  shown. Those    in charge of that  department are very much pleased with the increased attention being paid to poultry in this :.ect ion. We also wish to call special attention to the fact that this year the Washington County Poultry Assn. assisted Lockhart in making this splendid show. This organization, (Continued on  page 3) of i ondo!-!u e on  11 Weaver  wa.-   adopt i ded t- Mr-. Car!  Y\Yavc Iriirman of Caldw-il county.  meeting in Lockhart w-;s 1k-1  ,;, * '    Interment   was   made   in   Luling Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith of Gins-1 (,�'Vott'ri'-     . Not often in the county has there been held a funeral more largely at- i tended, several  hundred being  pros- gow.  Kentucky,    are etie-.ts of Mrs. A.  M. ^tiiith about   18S3  was (Basin l.ockhart. Houston. Mr. owner of the : Lockhart Register Dr. John B Holt, b'-en a banker at Mrs. Smith were w it h each visit they sec in Lockhart.  Mr. Smith which he sold to He bus for years Glasgow. Mr. and here in 11120 and improvement is a business h'.'id--; in his part of the country and 1 e and Mrs. Smith are among those generally fine people that are an honor to the nation. * * * MRS. B. P. GRAY DEAD i nt   from  l.ockhart Carl   Weaver   is wid .iv, Mrs. Sheba or; - a   � ..n,  ('arltenI and vicinity, survived   by   lib McCollum Weav-hv  his  parents . P. Gray, 87, died at the her daughter, Mrs. R. F. Lockhart,    early    Tuesday rest at  Red Wednesday Mrs.  B home  of Page, in morning. The body was laid to Rock in the family plot morning. Religious services were conducted by Rev. A. O. Hinkle of the Lock-hjirt Baptist Church, Miv. Gray's pastor Dr. Thomas Gregory of the Methodist Church being absent at annual conference. Mrs. Gray was a native of Arkansas, and came to Texas on horseback at the age of 12 years and settled near Red Rock where she lived until a few years ago when she came to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Page. She early in life united with the Methodist Church and in young womanhood was married to F. K. Gray I who preceded her in death a number I of years. ; Many old friends and neighbors j were present at the funeral and many j floral offerings bespok- a line senti-\ t n t - ii t of love and esteem. Mrs, Gray is survived by children, E. Gray, Uvalde; Ed Gray, Gonzales; Mrs. R, F. Page, Lockhart: Jim Gray, Camp Wood; Lon Grav. Luling: Mrs, A. C. Hill, Gonzales. Cominis inner and Mrs. W. (!. Weaver   a sister. Miss Nona Weaver. Deceased was -II years of age and wis born and roared in Luling. He was public spirited and generous to a fault. For more than ten years he had been a member of the county democratic icommij tee-undef jtistice of the pence precinct organization he was committeeman from precinct No. 2, and under voting precinct organization was committeeman from voting precinct No. S. lie was one of the most useful young men of the county and his loss is keenly felt in all affairs. MAXWELL MISSIONARY SERVICE The presentation of 'The Big Parade," King Vidor's picture for Metro Goldwyn Mayer of Laurence Stalling^ stirring- World War story �fc the Baker Theatre on Wednesday and Thursday, November 2nd and 3rd., includes a remarkable musical accompaniment composed and arranged by David Mendoza and Dr. William Axt. Col. A. D. Baker, manager �f the theatre has engaged musician* for a special orchestra to play thii remarkable score, and assures us that "The Big Parade" will be the greatest entertainment ever offered in the Baker Theatre. The music, which has been as carefully attended to as the making of the picture, expresses the mood of every scene and follows the action of every character. A short overture embodying "The Big Parade" motif in D majoi'-original with Dr. Axt - opens the picture, and as the boys enlist for service overseas the tunes of 1917 are heard in variations. A rollicking motif from George M. Cohan's "The Little Millionaire" brings on buddy Jim Appcrson, played by John Gilbert. The first theme for the French girl part, enacted by Renee Adoree, i� Maurice Yvain's "La Belote," the merry lilt so often used by Misting-uett. But Melisande also has a special theme of her own, the real love motif of the piece, from Y'Ener's "Druce Fiever," a French composition previously unheard of. Love by conversation book, and the acquirement of the art of gum-chewing, are aptly fitted to "Yankee Doodle learns to Parley Vous Fran-cias." Then the doughboys in the wine cellar, and the French family celebration where the old fellow almost stabs the Yank in "acting out" Verdun, give Axt great opportunities for clever stunts, mixing agitatos of the "Marseillaise" with his own funny crochets. Wisely; the arrangers have shunned the racket of so-called descriptive battle music, preferring the human interest motives. Jim Apperson's serious theme, the mess call and "My Buddy" accompany the trio of buddies into the trenches: in going over the top. an original theme is built up, 'ogether with more than a suggestion of "Yankee Doodle Dandy." Dr. Axt has written a beautiful "Brotherhood of Man" motive for the scene where Jim spares a bayonet thrust and gives his smoke-hungry captive a cigarette. In the later scenes of the picture may be mentioned the weird congeries or jumble of motifs for the hospital awakening theme in G major for Mother Apperson, enacted by Claire McDowell; Bizet's "La Patrie"" overture for the French refugees; together with the reassembly and variation of earlier persona! themes for the denouement, and ending with "Douce Fievre" in fortissimo. This score will be played at both matinee    and    night    performances. There will be a special matinee   for the school children Thursday starting at 4:10 p.m. This matinee is delayed ! to give the school children an oppor-I tunity to see the picture   from   the ; start, with all  music and effects of sound.    The  general  admission    for both  matinees and both  nights  will be 25c and 50c. THE WOMAN'S CLl'B at in in Next Sunday is Missionary Day the Maxwell Lutheran Church. The  morning  services  will  be German;   the   afternoon   service English. The congregation will serve noonday luncheon at the parish hall. Elaborate programs have been prepared which includes a vocal solo by-Miss Olivia Schawe. The public generally are invited, especially to the afternoon service which will he of general interest. and Mrs. W. G. Parr had as guests last week end Mrs. .I.R. Carl and Robert Parr, Mr. and A. M. Cardwell, Roy and Nor-Cardwel!. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Burdilt, Misses Audrey Parr, Juanita Odem, Willie Mae and Connie Smith, all of Robstown. and Miss Hazel Skaggs of Florence. The Woman's Club will meet Friday Oct. 28th at I p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mary 11. Reid. Members are urged to he present, and all ladies of l.ockhart interested in Woman's Club work are invited to be present. ......- - o- - In the guessing contest of Lockhart Candy Factory at the Fair, Fred W. Sternberg of Creedmoor won the candy. There were in the jar 7257 peanuts. Mr. Sternberg's guess was 7250. * * * W. C. Ballard and son of Waelder, A. E. Ballard of Belton, L. L. Ballard of Taylor visited at the W. II. Ballard residence last week end. * + * Miss Ouida Shinn has returned from Austin where she attended the dinner dance given by the Sigma Chi Fraternity. Mr. their Parr Mrs. man itiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiimiiiiimiL: = "THE BIG PARADE" is with- | S out question one of the great- S 5 est, most human of all motion S 2 pictures.   I   personally   endorse Sj ~ it as being the finest prescnta- S 5 Don  ever  offered   in   Lockhart S 5 Vou will make  no mistake   in S E seeing it. Sj = A. D   BAKER.       = ThiiimiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiihiiiiif;   

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