Historical Newspaper Abstracts
June 8, 1930 Big Spring Daily Herald
Pauline Cantrell, county superintendent, will be out of
her office until Monday morning, having gone to Canyon for
the weekend. Her sister, Miss LaDean Cantrell, will enter
the West Texas State Teachers College there for the summer
Miss Lucille Kyle left yesterday morning for Arizona, where
she will visit her cousin, Mrs. James Watson.
Mrs. C. W. Kokanour
and Mrs. W. W. Pendleton will entertain with a bridge party
Friday afternoon at three o'clock in Mrs. Kokanour's home
at 2202 Runnels street.
Plan For Monday Meeting
The Women's Auxiliary
of the Presbyterian church will have a program meeting Monday
at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
will be the subject and Mrs. H. W. Caylor will be the leader.
The program will be as follows: hymn, "Sweet Hour
of Prayer"; prayer; devotional, Mrs. W. R. Settles:
hymn, "Work for the Night is Coming"; "Our
Task Among the Hills," Mrs. Leslie Dahme; "The
Promise of a New Generation." Mrs. Sam Baker; circle
of prayer: "The Wages of Sin in a Mountain Family,"
Mrs. T. S. Currie; solo, Mrs. J. Wade Johnson, Mizpah.
Charlotte Kimsey Has Birthday Party
Charlotte Kimsey celebrated her fifth birthday anniversary
Thursday afternoon with a party at her home in Washington
Games were played and a contest held. Maxine
Miller won the prize for the girls and Phil O'Bar won for
Refreshments of Dixie Cups and cake were
served to the following: Mary Sue Bonham, Maxine and Fred
Miller, Jane Hurley, Gary Bivings, Lillian Francis Etheridge,
Jacqueline Faw, Billie and Bobbie Bass, Grover Cunningham
Jr., Phil O'Bar, Joyce Rives, Margery and Roberta Henry,
Bobbie Stahlman, Edward Fisher, Ema Lee and Joel Prager,
Mary Jo Barnes and Charlotte Kimsey.
Miss Creighton to College
Opal Creighton left the early part of this week for Canyon
where she will be enrolled in the West Texas State Teachers'
College for the summer months.
Mrs. C. W. Deats and son, Wesley,
returned yesterday from a three week's trip and visit to
her mother to San Antonio.
Mrs. Ruth Lewis Airhart has
received word from her sister Mrs. D. D. Thornton, who is
at present in New York touring the east with her husband
and two sons, and expects to be in Big Spring about June
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton's home is in Meridian,
Miss., and Mrs. Thornton before her marriage was Miss Rhoda
Mae Shank vs. V. N. Shank, divorce.
L. E. Mullins
and Miss Tommye Herring.
H. B. Webb and Miss Genevia
Wm. F. Taylor and Miss Frances Eddings.
Rogers Hefley and Miss Mary Arnold Nelson, Sterling city.
Notice of Intention to Wed
M. M. Ainsworth and Mrs. Dora Murphy, Ackerly.
Huff and Miss Corrinne Higgs
B. F. Altridge to Mrs. A. E. Adams, deed,
lot 17, blk. 21, Forsan
S. M. Barbee to A. C. Walker,
transfer vendor lien, lot 5, blk 7, McDowell.
C. Bauer et al to O. D. Engle, warranty deed, Lot 8, Blk.
G. L. Blackburn et al to R. M. McCullum, extension,
part Sec. 39, Blk. 33, 3-N.
Continental Southland to
E. W. Pike, release, Lots 13, 14, 15, Blk 1.
Son to Public, assumed name.
J. W. Cook to J. A. Queen,
royalty deed, two tracts.
Sarah Hyman et al to Magnolia
Petroleum Co., lease part Sec. 6, Blk. 29.
Jno. B. Littler
to Rusk County Lumber Co., deed, lots 11 and 12, Blk. 32,
R. F. Lyons to O. A. McRea, deed, part Sec. 5 Blk
Mid-Tex Co. to W. H. Adams, Royalty deed, part
Sec. 36, Blk. 34, 1-8.
C. W. Mitchell to R. F. Lyons,
mineral deed, part Sec. 25, Blk. 34, 3-N.
Co. to Anne Rose Hensinger et al, release, Sec. 67, Blk.
29, W. & N. W.
Markham Jones Lumber Co. to A. C.
Walker, transfer mechanic's lien, lot 4, blk. 2, Highland.
R. M. McCollum to R. Blackburn to al, extension, part Sec.
39, Blk. 33, 3-N.
McRea et al to R. F. Lyons et al, deed,
part Sec. 5, Blk. 31, 1-S.
McRea et al to W. R. King,
deed, part sec., Blk. 31, 1-S.
John Nutt et al to A.
C. Walker, deed of trust, lot 4, Blk. 2, Highland.
W. Pike to Stahlman Lumber Co., transfer, Lots 13, 14, 15,
Jno. E. Penny to Edith M. Nabours, transfer,
Lot 3, Blk. 12, Edwards.
G. T. Palmer et al to Phillips
Petroleum Co., change deposit, part Sec. 9, Blk. 33, 3-N.
Realty Bond and Mortgage Co. to L. B. Curd, transfer Lots
13, 14, 15, Blk. 1.
H. L. Rix to Realty Bond and Mortgage
Co., transfer, Lots 13, 14, 15, Blk. 1.
H. L. Richards
to W. H. Remele, deed, Lot 10, Blk. 10, Wash.
H. L. Rix
to Cragin & Son, deed of trust, parts Lot 13, 14, 15,
Realty Bond and Mortgage Co. to D. B. Curd, transfer,
Lot 5, west 1-2 of lot 4, Edwards.
and Paint Co. to H. L. Rix, release, Lots 13, 14, 15, Blk.
L. D. Stripling to State National Bank, deed of trust,
part Sec. 46, Blk. 33, 1-S.
H. F. Taylor to H. H. Hurt,
transfer lien, part Sec. 3, Blk. 33, 1-S.
D. K. Wooten
et al to Keisling Gin Co., deed, Lot 7, Blk. 20, Saunders,
Lots 1, 2, 3, 5, Blk. 1, Coahoma.
B. E. Winterrowd to
J. A. Lee, lien, Lot 6, Blk. 107.
R. M. Winn to Cicero
Smith, lien, Lot 22, Blk. 2, Wright.
J. D. Wood to H.
H. HArdin, lien, Lot 1, Blk. 6, Wright.
Mrs. Matthews Returns
Mrs. C. H.
Matthews has returned from a visit with relatives and friends
Building For Week
Building permits for the first week
in June totaled $3,713.50. No major building was filed with
the city secretary during the week, the largest construction
item being for $2,700, and covering erection of a filling
Following is a list of the permits issued:
J. A. Lee, 14 x 25 brick veneer filling station, Lot 6,
Blk. 107, original, estimated cost $2,700.
Petty, hanging sign, 122 East Third Street, $16.
Dennis, hanging sign, 122 Main Street, $7.50.
repairing roof, Lot 12, Blk. 26, $15.
Shelby Hall, 16
x 32 frame house, 207 East 13th St., estimated cost $500.
H. L. Rix, moving house from lot 5, block 41, original,
to lot 5, block 14, Lakeview Addition, $75.
D. W. Adkins,
repairing barn, lot 2, block 13, Boydstun addition, $200.
G. L. Brown, rebuilding servant house, 608 Aylford Street,
A. J. Currie, moving house from lot 6, block 107,
original to lot 5, block 10, Moore addition.
F. J. Dean,
hanging sign, 404 East Third St., $25.
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