News Tidbits
1 July 1937

Source:  Burnet Bulletin, 1 July 1937
transcribed by JoAnn Myers, Sept 2009


Mr. W. R. McCoy of Sunny Lane was in last week, and reported dry times, but has corn doing well and forming roasting ears rapidly.  We were glad to learn that his venerable father was improving in health.


A dozen petitions are being signed over the county for a prohibition election.  It will probably be held in August.
Dr. W. L. Stewart who has lately moved from Bertram to Florence, was in Georgetown Saturday.  He is an enthusiastic Confederate Veteran, and has formed a Camp of 26 members at Florence.  He is Assistant Adjutant General of the Mountain Remnant Brigade, whose reunion will be held at Marble Falls July 25, 26 and 27 and invites ex-Confederates and Grand Army men to be present on that occasion, promising to all soldiers ration of barbecued beef and coffee -- three meals...


A True Gentleman Gone

S. K. (King) McFarland
Naruna
Miss Emma Laura Bates returned Thursday from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Mark Bean, in Big Springs.


Clarence Dee Vann is on the sick list this week.
Mrs. Frank Bodenhamer was an Austin visitor Friday.

Mrs. Wm. Zimmerman of Burnet, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cagle of Austin spent Thursday in the Dee Bodenhamer home.

Miss Modena Watson spent the weekend in Lampasas visiting with her sister, Mrs. Walter Zimmerman.



 

 

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