Denton Record Chronicle (Newspaper) - May 10, 1937, Denton, Texas
DENTON, TEXAS, RECORD •CHRONIQUE, MONDA V, MAYJ,0, 1837
Last fates for J. J. Cartwright
SALAD DAYS HERE AGAIN; COOK’S CHANCE TO SHOW OFF
Federation Plans Turrentine Tea
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Funeral services for J. J. Cart-Wright, who died Friday, were held lh the Bimt Baptist Church Saturday afternoon, conducted by Rev. W, Fred Oaibralth, pastor of the Bint Presbyterian Church. A quartet composed of O. R. Clark, Jack Hart, H. Ray Anderson and Charlie Mercer, sang '’Rock of Agee”, “Precious Memories,’’ and “What a Friend We Have in Jesus.” Those caring for the floral offering were Mrs. Carroll Crubaugh and Mrs. Clyde Crubaugh, Mn. Vernon Kirby, all of ballas. Mn. Eldon Crubaugh and Mn. Wade Crubaugh. all nieces, Mn. Enlow of dribble Springs, Miss Helen Enlow and Miss Warene Edwards. k
Burial was in the I. O. O F. cemetery, and pallbearers, all co-workers in the city water and light department with Cartwright, were Carl Leath, Harlyn Giles, R. A. Baker, Charlie Brown, Ollie Davis and George Crubaugh. Among those here from out of town for the services were Mr. and Mn. Bill Stubbs of Hebron, Mr. and Mrs. Enlow of Dribble Springs. *
Escaped Prisoner Recaptured Here
A man charged as Jack Todd, who with a fellow prisoner escaped IO days ago from the Eunice, N. M., Jail where he was being held to face car theft charges flied In Mineral Wells, was taken Into custody here Sunday night by Deputy Sheriffs Leon Hannah and Roy Moore.
A deputy sheriff from Mineral Wells came here Monday to take charge of Todd.
The man readily admitted to the Denton County deputies his identity. He was known personally to Moore and Hannah, they said, and they recognized him as he went Into a downtown cafe late Sunday.
A radio broadcast of his escape from New Mexico officers hod been sent out nine days ago, and was picked up over the local police and sheriff’s receivers.
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Final plane for a tea honoring Mrs R. J. Turrentine, president of the Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs, sponsored by Denton clubs, was made at a meeting of the City Federation Monday morning in the Women’s Cl (lbs, the tea to be on the club terrace on the afternoon of May 8. Mrs. R. J. Edwards, general chairman, Mrs. W. N. Rowell and Mrs. L. A. McDonald, refreshments and decorations committee respectively, reported progress and details. This was the last federation meeting of the club year.
Mrs. U. C. Travelstead, treasurer, reported a balance of $132.31 and a debt on the clubhouse of $1,777.01, with a donation or $100 by the Shakespeare club and an advance of $40 more for carrying on the expenses during the summer months. Mrs. Beulah Hill reported on health and sanitation. On suggestion of Mrs. Walker King, welfare chairman, Wednesdays were designated hospital days and members volunteered to cut flowers from their gardens and to donate vases, and Mrs. King agreed to be responsible for taking the flowers to the hospitals.
Mrs. Alfred Evans of the Junior Shakespeare Club, which sponsored a county-city library soon to be opened to the public asked that a sign now on the entrance to the rest room in the courthouse be removed in order to avoid confusion as to the library. She was told to confer with the Denton branch o fthe A. A. U. W., which erected the sign.
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he replied. "AU I can say now is that, normally, static electricity is discharged through the trailer ropes to the ground.”
Rosendale also Was asked informally whether the fact that the trailer ropes to the ground came from the nose of the ship, and the fire ocurred at the stern would rule out the possibility of a static spark causing the fire.
He again declined to express an opinion.
His opinion on lighting as the destructive agent also was sought and he answered: “Lightning while not a comfortable thing, is not feared.” As for sparks from electrical mach inery on board the airship. He said all of it was insulated and protected, “meticulously so.”
No Hearing Tuesday
Lieutenant Raymond F. T^ler, the yanding officer at the Airfield, was designated the porbable first witness of the afternoon session and South Trimble, Jr., Commerce Department solicitor ard chairman)of the board, announced no hearings will be held tomorrow. This was to permit crew survivors and naval officers to attend funeral services in New York for those of the crew who perished. Hearings will resume Wednesday, Trimble said.
Sabotage Rumor Grows
LAKEHURST, N. J., May IO.—(ZP) —The post-mortem on the once majestic Hindenburg began today on the very ground where lies the black and crumpled skeleton of her hull.
Cdnfronted by conflicting theories and reports, the three-man Department of Commerce Board of Investigation and its staff of technical advisers set out earnestly to establish, if possible what in a few seconds transformed the the great sky queen into a $3,000,000 aerial bonfire Thursday night.
As the invef ligation opened in the giant hangar before which stretch the Hindenburg ruins, the persistent reports that sabotage sent her to her doom found unexpected support in the internationally known lighter-than-air expert, Captain Antoni Hevnen. Discounting the numerous other theories advanced as to the cause of the disaster which claimed SS lives, Heinen said he leaned to the “conviction” of sabotage.
Immediate interest focused on the first hand accounts of the crew survivors who up to now have been tight-lipped on what happened on the 800-foot dirigible when she was ripped by expolsidns and enveloped in flames.
By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE
Every hostess treasures her fav-ite salad recipes as her husband treasures his choicest stories. For there are many occasions when she will need them—many afternoon
bridges, informal luncheons and Sunday suppers when the proper salad will be the thing to make her party successful.
Salads are especially apporpri-ate for serving in the late spring and summertime. They are simple to prepare. They make colorful additions to the outdoor table setting. And they are not too filling for appetites tuned to the lazy summer tempo.
The tomato “baskets” in the Illustration were made by removAg the skin from the tomatoes, cutting out the core with a sharp knife and scooping out seeds and pulp with a spoon. Then the tomatoes were Inverted and chilled until serving time, when they were stuffed quickly with thin slices of cucumber and two-inch sticks of cooked asaparagus. "Handles” of thin green pepper strips and a few slices of radishes were added as garnishes.
Tomato baskets also are good stuffed with fish, chicken, veal or chees salads. Or they may be filled wlht a mixture of finely minced onions, cucumbers, green beans and radishes—moistened with French dressing to which a little Roquefort cheese has been added.
Beet ana carrot Balls
The salad in the middle of the tray consists of beet and carrot balls mixed together and seasoned with horseradish, minced onion and celery salt. The balls were made after the vegetables were cooked with a
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ALL Lombardy poplars are males. This fact js credited to the belief that all those in existence today have descended by vegetative propagation from the tree which grew in northern Italy, probably in the 18th century.
Refinance Your Homes
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War Admiral Is Kentucky Winner
Why not borrow Denton money to refinance your home? Plenty of money available. All details handled In Denton. Ko delays.
Denton Federal Sayings ani Loan Association Telephone 26
Public School Art Exhibit St S. C. W
Minus several regulars. Denton’s 7-Uppers, strong Industrial League contenders, went down 5 to 2 before the onslaughts of an invading Pennell Truck Line team fropi Gainesville at City Park Saturday night. This was the Aret of a series of contests slated with out of town clubs for the Bottlers.
The locals managed to score in the second frame when Meredith slammed out a home run to right field. Then Bridges singled and advanced to second from where he was brought home on McReynolds’ hit, From this time on, the Denton!tes were held scoreless, while the visitors ran their total to five.
The Truckers outhit the locals IO to 5, and thereby gained a great advantage. Errors were also in favor of the visitors as they were credited with only two, while three were made by Denton.
Adams started In the box for the Bottlers, but was relieved by Bridges in the eighth. Adams struck out three, walked two, and allowed nine hits, while Bridges struck out one, walked one and allowed one hit. Hugon, Gainesville pitcher, struck out three, walked four, and gave five hits.
Another 50 uozen to sell'Tuesday morning, from 8 A. JVI. to 9 A. M. Sizes 40 - 50 - GO only. Black or white.
36 inches by 2 1-2 yards long, borders of brown, gold, red, green and blue. Only 75 at this price.
Large size, laundered, ready for use. Excel lent for dish cloths.
Women’s Porto Rican Gown
Only 50 spring and summer hats to close out at this unheard-of low price.
Fine cotton knit. White, colors. Tuesday only.
Hand embroidered of fine Porto Rican batiste; white, pastels.
Priced *10 And Up CREDIT TERMS
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Ross to Traiii in
CHICAGO, May IO.—(ZP)—World welterweight champion Barney Ross moved into world heavyweight champion James J. Braddock’s Grand Beach, Mich., training camp today to start preparing himself for what he hopes will be a profitable summer.
America’s auto accident death toll has grown from 2,100 in 1911 to approximately 36,000 in 1936.
17x33 huck weave hand towels. 75 only to sell at this price.
81x105 cotton jacquard bed spreads. All colors.
29 inches wide, in stripes, checks or plain colors.
KEEN KUTTER Lawn Mowers $7.50 UP
All kinds of Insecticides and Sprays.
Vigora on Shrubs and Lawns
Gay as a spring morn, colorful as a summer sunset! Fresh and dainty and very new, they are waiting for a place on our lapel or shoulder. And, while you doubtless have already used it, we remind yew el the fashion edict which demands a flower on each lapel when yon are suited. It will be a pleasure to see these new things whether you buy dr
These dainty wash frocks will go fast at this price. Better be here early for your share.
Just unpacked another shipment of these fine dresses. You will want two or more of these dresses at this bargain price.Hand Soap
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46 inch oil cloth, fancy pat terns.
Men’s plain color cotton socks. All sizes. Tuesday only.
d soap. “Gets Tuesday only.
See our windows for the many new creations in footwear for 1937.
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