Chalmers Newspaper Columns

1913 - 1916
 


Chalmers

Mr. and Mrs. Fell were Bay City callers Wednesday afternoon.

Mesdames Davis and Brown called on Mrs. J. H. Hardy and Mrs. McGraw Wednesday evening.

Mr. Evan Watkins and Mr. W. M. Hale spent Friday in Bay City .

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown spent Friday in Bay City .

Will Hale was a visitor at the county seat Saturday.

Miss Lovalia Toups of Bay City is visiting with Mrs. Fell.

Mr. Sam Watkins and Mrs. J. H. Davis were Bay City callers Monday.

Miss Tommie Woolsey has accepted the school at this place for the winter.

W. M. Brown was shopping in Bay City Wednesday.

Dr. and Mrs. Davis spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Fell.

The Matagorda County Tribune, July 25, 1913  

Transcribed by Pat Nichols
 


Chalmers

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Watkins visited Tuesday and Wednesday in Matagorda.

Mrs. Fell attended the Priscilla Club Wednesday at Mrs. Walter Magill's in Bay City.

Mrs. Will Hale and baby, Lucile, and Mrs. W. M. Brown are spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rimmer at Sweeny, Texas.

W. M. Brown transacted business in Bay City Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Davis and daughter, Francis, spent Friday in Bay City.

J. W. Delk and son, Jack, were Bay City callers Saturday.

Mr. J. W. Davis spent Saturday and Sunday at Wadsworth, visiting old friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fell, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cleveland and daughter, Miss Norma, last week on a trip to Galveston and Houston in their handsome new greyhound car. A grand time was reported.

Chalmers was represented in Bay City Saturday by J. H. Davis, Wm. Hale, J. J. Delk, W. M. Brown and H. H. Fell.

Miss Alta Hale is spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Laxton in Bay City.

Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Freeman of Bay City spent Sunday at the J. W. Delk home.

Emmett Bonner returned home Sunday after spending several days with friends in and near Bay City.

The reason there were no Chalmers news last week "ye scribe was taking a vacation."

Matagorda County Tribune, August 8, 1913
 


Chalmers

W. M. Brown spent Wednesday in Bay City.

Will Hale, Sam Watkins and Emmett Bomier were callers at the county seat Thursday.

Mrs. J. H. Davis entertained last Thursday afternoon from 3 to 6 in honor of her daughter, Miss Francis' seventh birthday. Delicious refreshments were served consisting of ice cream, cake, grapes, bananas and candy. There were eighteen present. Little Miss Francis was remembered by quite a few pretty gifts.

Bill Moore of Bay City is spending the week end with Willie Davis.

Marjorie Davis is spending several days with Dorothy Brooks at Bay City.

C. T. Dye of LaFayette, Indiana, arrived here Friday to look after his rice crop.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Davis and daughter, Francis, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Bay City.

Mr. J. W. Delk spent Tuesday in Bay City.

Mr. George Bowers and family were shopping in Bay City Tuesday.

H. H. Fell was a Bay City caller Tuesday afternoon.

Matagorda County Tribune, August 29, 1913
 


Chalmers

Messrs. Wells, Harry Jamison, and W. H. Vaughn of Bay City called on C. T. Dye Wednesday morning.

Mrs. Sam Kennedy called on Mrs. Will Hale and Mrs. J. H. Davis Wednesday evening.

For a change, we had quite a rain Thursday.  It was received with scowls and frowns.

Mr. C. T. Dye and Mrs. F. R. Curtis went to Bay City Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Filmore spent Sunday in Bay City .

Messrs. Hugh and George Bowers and Mr. Kennedy spent Friday in Bay City .

Mr. Virgil Harper visited Saturday and Sunday with his family in Bay City .

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hill of Palacios came here Sunday.  They are light-housekeeping.  Mr. Hill is going to run the cook shack for the Hale & Laxton threshing machine.

Mr. and Mrs. Filmore spent Sunday in Bay City .

Wm. Hale was a Bay City caller Monday.

Mr. F. R. Curtis of Bluffton , Ind. , left Tuesday for his Indiana home.  He came in the interest of his rice crop, but the weather being so bad, he saw no prospects of threshing.  If it clears up, he will return in a few weeks.

H. H. Fell was a caller at the county seat Tuesday.

W. M. Brown was in Bay City on business Wednesday.

The Matagorda County Tribune, October 3, 1913

Transcribed by Pat Nichols
 


Chalmers

Mrs. Fell and her mother, Mrs. Brown were shopping in Bay City Monday.

A company composed of Sam Kennedy, H. H. Fell, Wm. Hale and G. A. Moore has constructed a telephone line from Bay City to Chalmers, which places us in touch with the world again.

“Who said rain.”  We have had sunshine at Chalmers since Saturday and it sure is very acceptable.

Messrs. Sam Watkins and J. W. Delk spent Thursday in Bay City .

Mrs. Fell was shopping in Bay City Thursday.

W. M. Brown called at the county seat Friday.

Mr. Sam Kennedy and his father was in Bay City Saturday between trains.

C. T. Dye went to Marlin, Texas , Saturday to the sanitarium for treatment.

Harper Bros. began threshing last Thursday morning.

Matagorda County Tribune, October 10, 1913

Transcribed by Pat Nichols
 


Chalmers

Mrs. Alvin Williams of Bay City spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Horace Fell.

Our city was invaded with a band of gypsy and fortune tellers Thursday-- some of them being Indians.

Rice buyers are circulating through this part of the country quite extensively the last few days.

Mr. Sam Kennedy and family and Miss Winnie Turner spent Thursday evening in Bay City with friends.

Wm. Hale was a caller at the county seat Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Fell attended choir practice at the Methodist Church in Bay City Friday night.

Miss Winnie Turner went to Collegeport Saturday to stay until Monday with homefolks.

Several from this place attended services at the different churches in Bay City Sunday.

Mr. C. T. Dye returned from Marlin Sunday greatly improved in health.

Mr. Sam Kennedy and Mr. Sam Watkins started threshing Monday evening.

Miss Iszoria Toups of Bay City is visiting Mrs. Horace Fell from Monday till the close of the week.

 

School Report

Teacher – Miss Turner.

The following pupils have been neither absent nor tardy during the first month of school ending October 10:  Ardie Hale, Sexton Watkins, Francis Davis, Altie Hale, Joe Watkins, and Leander Watkins.

Those making a monthly average of 95 or above were:  Ray Bowers, Francis Davis, Leander Watkins, Marie Kennedy, Joe Watkins, Vastine Kennedy, Davis Watkins, Verner Bowers and Willie Davis.

Miss Iszoria Toups visited the school Tuesday afternoon.

The Matagorda County Tribune, October 17, 1913
 


CHALMERS

Rev. Jones, the evangelist of the Christian Church at Bay City and his singer, Mr. Martin, spent Wednesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy.

Wm. Brown spent Wednesday in Bay City.

Miss Gertrude O'Brien of Edna, Tex., is visiting Mrs. B. F. Curry.

C. T. Dye was a Bay City visitor Friday.

Miss Winnie Turner and Mrs. Horace Fell were shopping in Bay City Saturday.

J. W. Delk, Sam Watkins, Hugh Bowers, Dick Clements, J. C. Davis, Willis Davis and Arthur Hale spent Saturday in Bay City.

Mr. Sam Kennedy and children, Marie and Vastine, were at the county seat Saturday.

Mr. Hugh Bowers of Blessing spent Sunday with his brother, George.

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown spent Sunday in Bay City.

Mr. Mrs. Filmore Harper visited friends at Bay City Sunday.

Messrs. A. B Head and John Head of Bay City and the latter's youngsters spent Sunday afternoon with Wm. Hale and family.

Mrs. Sol Cleveland and daughter, Miss Norma of Bay City spent Monday with Mrs. H. H. Fell.

Mrs. W. M. Hale was shopping in Bay City Tuesday.

Mrs. B. F. Curry and friend, Miss O'Brien spent Tuesday in Bay City.

Mr. J. R. Broyles of Victoria, Texas, is visiting with Wm. Hale and J. W. Delk.

Mr. F. R. Curtis of Bluffton, Ind. arrived here Wednesday afternoon to look after his rice crop.

Miss Winnie Turner went to Collegeport to spend Thanksgiving with homefolks.

Matagorda County Tribune, November 28, 1913
 


CHALMERS

Mr. George Bowers of Blessing spent Wednesday here on business. He reports a fine new baby girl at their home.

Mr. C. T. Dye spent a few days in Bay City this week,

Mr. and Mrs. Lowe of Palacios are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Filmore Harper and family.

Among the voters who attended the election in Bay City Saturday were J. H. Davis, Sam Kennedy, F. Harper, Sam Watkins, W. M. Brown, Will Hale, H. Anderson, J. B. Delk and H. H. Fell.

Miss Winnie Turner visited her sister, Miss May, at Bay City Saturday.

Mrs. Horace Fell spent Saturday in Bay City.

Mrs. Norris and baby of Palacios arrived here Saturday afternoon to visit her sister, Mrs. F. Harper.

Mrs. Will Hale and children spent Sunday with Mrs. H. Anderson.

Mrs. F. Harper and sister, Mrs. Norris, visited friends in Bay City Monday.

Mrs. Sam Kennedy spent Monday in Bay City.

Mr. Hugh Bowers of Blessing was here Tuesday looking after the rice he has in the warehouse.

Matagorda County Tribune, February 13, 1914
 


CHALMERS

Mr. G. W. Nave of El Campo is visiting his daughter, Mrs. B. F. Curry.

C. T. Dye spent Thursday in Bay City.

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fell and friends, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lee, spent Saturday in Bay City.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown entertained with a dinner party Sunday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee of Logansport, Ind. Plates were laid for twelve.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee of Logansport, Ind., resumed their trip to California Tuesday, after spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fell.

Mr. J. W. Delk was a caller at the county seat Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kennedy spent Wednesday in Bay City.

Marvin Watkins, who is attending high school at Bay City, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents.

Matagorda County Tribune, February 27, 1914
 


CHALMERS

Sam Kennedy, Filmore Harper, C. T. Dye, F. R. Curtis, Will Hale, H. Anderson and W. M. Brown were Bay City callers Wednesday.

Mrs. M. F. Curry spent Wednesday in Bay City.

Mr. C. T. Dye left Thursday for his home at LaFayette, Ind.

Mrs. J. B. Delk spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Will Hale, who has been very sick for several days.

Mrs. J. H. Davis, Mrs. W. M. Brown and Miss Lila Curtis visited with Mrs. H. Anderson Friday afternoon.

Matagorda County Tribune, March 13, 1914
 


CHALMERS

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kennedy and son, Vastine, spent Wednesday in Bay City.

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown were Bay City visitors Thursday.

H. H. Fell spent Friday at the county seat.

Miss Winnie Turner visited her sister, Miss May, at Bay City Saturday and Sunday.

Mr. Sam Kennedy attended W. O. Boney's funeral at Bay City Saturday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Filmore Harper and children spent Saturday and Sunday in Bay City.

Mr. and Mrs. George Graham and two children of Bay City and Mrs. Alice Ellingston and little son of El Campo spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown.

Judge and Mrs. Holman and two children of Bay City and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Curry and daughter, Lucile, from McCrosky spent Sunday afternoon with the Brown and Fell families.

Mrs. J. H. Davis visited Sunday at Bay City with Mrs. Fannie Baker.

Mr. W. L. Lankford of Palacios is visiting his son, Cleve, and family.

Matagorda County Tribune, March 27, 1914
 


CHALMERS

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kennedy spent Wednesday afternoon at Bay City.

Filmore Harper was at Bay City Wednesday.

W. M. Brown spent Thursday at the county seat.

Among the shoppers at Bay City Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. H. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fell, J. W. Davis, Will Hale, J. B. Delk.

Mrs. J. H. Davis visited Sunday at Bay City with Mrs. Fannie Baker, who is ill.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Hale entertained Mr. and Mrs. H. Anderson and daughter, Coy, and Miss Winnie Turner at dinner Sunday.

Matagorda County Tribune, April 3, 1914
 


CHALMERS

Mr. Geo. Nave of El Campo returned home Wednesday, after spending two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. B. F. Curry.

Mildred Vaughan, from near Van Vleck, spent the week-end with Marie Kennedy.

Dr. Bat Smith of Bay City visited with Mr. and Mrs. Fell Wednesday and Thursday.

Chalmers seems to be very popular of late--the Santa Fe passenger train has been laying over here every day since the high water, and the bridge gang has been stationed here, and as a result quite a number of visitors has certainly helped to keep our city from being lonesome while water-bound.

Mrs. H. Anderson and daughter, Coy, are spending some time, visiting relatives at Lone Oak and Greenville.

Mr[s]. W. L. Lankford of Palacios is spending the week-end with her son, Cleve, and family.

Mr. Sam Kennedy spent Saturday in Bay City going in on the first passenger train, the first in thirteen days.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Delk spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Will Hale.

Durard, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Harper, has been quite sick for the past week, but is improving at this writing.

Dr. Foote of Bay City was called to the Sam Watkins home Friday by the sickness of the little [fellow?].

J. H. Davis spent Monday in Bay City.

Marjorie Davis is visiting Marie Kennedy.

Mabel Kennedy returned Monday from Rice Institute in Houston to spend her summer vacation with homefolks.

Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Lankford and baby went to Palacios Monday to visit Mr. Lankford's parents until after the water goes down at their farm north of here.

Mrs. B. F. Curry was a Bay City shopper Monday.

Miss Letha Delk returned home Monday from Bay City, after a three-weeks sojourn with friends.

Matagorda County Tribune, June 12, 1914
 


CHALMERS LOCALS

J. E Grace of Bay City delivered a piano to J. H. Davis Thursday.

Sam Watkins and T. Harper spent the 4th at El Campo.

Ardie Hale and Will Davis spent the glorious 4th at Palacios.

A. B. Head and family of Bay City visited Sunday evening with H. Anderson and family.

T. L. Lewis and family were seen on our streets Sunday evening.

Quite a number of autos from Bay City passed through here Sunday. It seemed rather good to see them after so long a delay.

Crops are looking fine in this locality and farmers are to be of good cheer.

Mrs. W. M. Brown was shopping at Bay City Monday.

Mrs. B. F. Curry spent Monday at the county seat.

Matagorda County News and Midcoast Farmer, July 17, 1914
 


CHALMERS LOCALS

Cay Anderson is spending a few days in Bay City, with Thelma Head, Mrs. Geo Nave of El Campo and Mrs. B. F. Curry and children spent the day with Mrs. Wm. Brown. Wm. Delk of Bay City was up on a visit to his brother, J. B. Delk, first of the week. Wm. Hale was a caller at the county seat Thursday.

F. Harper started cutting his rice on Thursday of last week.

Mr. Sam Kennedy was a Bay City visitor Thursday, on business Mr. Kennedy started to cutting his rice Monday.

Mrs. Norris and baby returned to her home in Collegeport after a visit to her sister, Mrs. F. Harper.

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown visited friends at Bay City Sunday and Monday.

Matagorda County News and Midcoast Farmer, August 14, 1914
 


CHALMERS LOCALS

Mabel Kennedy spent the week end  at Bay City with friends.

Lois Griggs of Van Vleck spent Sunday with her auntie, Mrs. Sam Kennedy.

Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Urban of Bay City spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown.

Mr. and Mrs. Ack Barnett and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Clark was calling on various friends here Sunday evening.

Alvin Williams and Jim Sisk of Bay City visited Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fell Sunday evening.

Wm. Hale spent Thursday at the county seat.

Mrs. B. F. Curry was shopping at Bay City Friday.

Mrs. Horace Fell spent Friday at Bay City.

Mr. H. Anderson delivered a load of cotton to Bay City Friday.

J. B. Delk and F. Harper were callers at the county seat Friday.

J. H. Davis was a Bay City visitors Saturday.

Matagorda County News and Midcoast Farmer, September 25, 1914
 


CHALMERS

Mr. Max Steck of Bellville and Miss Marguerite Griffith of Magnet took dinner Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fell.

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fell and Mrs. B. F. Curry attended the social given by the W. O. W. at the Woodmen Hall in Bay City Thursday evening.

Miss Marie Kennedy visited Saturday and Sunday with Miss Laughlin Foote at Bay City.

Miss Francis Davis spent Saturday and Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Fannie Baker in Bay City.

Morris Davis left Saturday for Bay City, where he will be employed by the Harrison Meat Market.

W. M. Brown, Sam Kennedy, J. H. Davis, Will Davis, Ardie Hale and H. H. Fell were callers at the county seat Saturday.

Mr. Sam Kennedy and family and Mrs. J. H. McCrosky and sister, Miss Emma Kuykendall, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Vaughn.

Mrs. Will Hale and children visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. Anderson.

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Paris Smith of Bay City were seen on our streets Sunday in the former's car.

Mrs. W. M. Brown and Mrs. B. F. Curry spent Monday evening with Mrs. Sam Watkins.

Mr. J. H. Davis moved his family to Bay City Wednesday.

Matagorda County Tribune, February 19, 1915
 


CHALMERS

A good motto: "Early to bed and early to rise, cut the weeds and swat the flies, mind your own business and tell no more lies; don't drink booze nor deceive your wives; pay your debts and advertise, buy from the men that have enterprise, keep your mouth shut but open your eyes and you'll be healthy, wealthy and wise."

Mrs. H. H. Fell entertained quite a number of friends from Bay City, Magnet and McCrosky at a St. Patrick day celebration, Tuesday, March 15th. A good time was enjoyed by all present.

Miss Mabel Kennedy and brother, Vastine, were shopping at Bay City Wednesday.

Mrs. L. S. Dietrich and son are visiting Mrs. Dietrich's sister at Wharton.

Sam Kennedy and H. H. Fell were callers at the county seat Friday.

Thelma and Mildred Head of Bay City spent Saturday evening and Sunday with Coy Anderson and Alta Hale.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Anderson were shopping at Bay City Saturday.

Miss Emma Schaedel spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks at Bay City.

Marie Kennedy spent Sunday at Bay City.

Waltham Simons of Bay City visited with Mr. Sam Kennedy and family last Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Curry and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown.

Mr. J. A. Williams of Bay City spent Sunday evening with H. H. Fell.

Mr. John Kirkpatrick of Collegeport visited Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fell Monday and Tuesday.

Mrs. B. F. Curry and daughter, Lucile, and Mrs. W. M. Brown spent Tuesday with Mrs. George Graham at Bay City.

Matagorda County Tribune, March 26, 1915
 


CHALMERS

W. M. Brown was at Magnet Wednesday on business.

Mr. Sam Kennedy and Mr. Horace Fell were callers at the county seat Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Griffith and son, Lenton, and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fell attended the picture shows at Bay City Friday evening, the trip being made in the former's car.

W. M. Brown was at Bay City Saturday.

Mr. H. C. King was called to Somerville Saturday by the death of his mother.

Will Hale is spending a few days here with his family, and nursing a very sore hand.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCrosky entertained the following young people at Sunday dinner: Misses Bettie McLendon and Myrtle Darby and Messrs. Jim McCrosky, Joe Milner, Ed. McKelvy, all of Bay City and Miss Mabel Kennedy of Chalmers.

Miss Emma Schaedel spent Saturday and Sunday at Bay City.

Mr. L. S. Dietrich began shipping cream to Houston Tuesday from his dairy he is operating on the W. O. Boney farm.

Matagorda County Tribune, April 2, 1915
 


CHALMERS LOCALS

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCrosky and son Jim and Miss Emma Kuykendall attended the funeral of Mr. J. E. Pierce of Blessing last Thursday.

Will Hale moved his family Friday, near Blessing where he will rice farm on the newly opened territory.

Mrs. B. F. Curry was shopping at Bay City Saturday.

Mrs. Dr. Simons and children of Bay City spent Saturday with Mrs. Sam Kenedy.

Mr. and Mrs. W. .M. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fell, were B. C. callers Saturday afternoon.

Mr. Sam Kennedy and son, Vastine, were at the county seat Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Griffith, son and daughter, Mr. Linton and Miss Marguerette, of Magnet, spent Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fell.

Mr. and Mrs. Brown visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCrosky.

Rev. Carter and wife spent Monday and Tuesday with Browns and Fells.

Mr. Grey, county superintendent, and Dr. Byers of Bay City, visited the school here Tuesday. morning.

Matagorda County News and Midcoast Farmer, April 9, 1915
 


CHALMERS LOCALS

Mrs. B. F. Curry and daughter, Lucile and Mrs. Horace Fell were shopping at Bay City Tuesday.

Mrs. Geo. Nave of El Campo came Thursday to visit her daughter Mrs. B. F. Curry, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kennedy spent Thursday afternoon at Bay City.

Mrs. W. M. Brown was shopping at Bay City Friday.

Mrs. L. S. Dietrich and little son visited from Friday until Sunday with friends at Bay City.

Mrs.. B. F. Curry and Mrs. Horace Fell attended the wedding of Miss Brown and Mr. McDonald at the M. E. church at Bay City Saturday.

Mrs. H. Anderson was called to Lone Oak Saturday by the death of her mother.

Mrs. Dr. Simons of Bay City called on Mrs. Sam Kennedy Saturday afternoon.;

Miss Lois Griggs of Van Vleck spent Sunday with her aunt Mrs. Sam Kennedy.

Matagorda County and News and Midcoast Farmer, April 16, 1915
 


CHALMERS

Mrs. B. F. Curry and Mrs. W. M. Brown were shopping at Bay City Tuesday.

Mrs. J. H. McCrosky and sister, Miss Emma Kuykendall, were visitors at Bay City Wednesday.

Mr. L. S. Dietrich delivered cream to Bay City Wednesday.

Mrs. (Dr.) Harris of New Willard and her mother, Mrs. Lee of Houston, and Mrs. T. K. McCrosky of Alice are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCrosky.

Mr. Sam Kennedy and son were at the county seat Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fell were among the callers at Bay City Thursday.

Miss Emma Schaedel spent Saturday and Sunday at Bay City.

Miss Lois Griggs of Van Vleck spent Saturday and Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Sam Kennedy.

Marie Kennedy visited Saturday and Sunday with friends at Bay City.

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Griffith and son of Magnet and their daughter, Mrs. Nailor, and two children of Noble, Ark., visited with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fell Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. T. Able and two children of Wharton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCrosky.

Matagorda County Tribune, May 7, 1915
 


CHALMERS

W. L. Lankford spent Friday at Bay City.

Mrs. George Nave, who has been spending several weeks with her husband at Markham, came Saturday to visit her daughter, Mrs. B. F. Curry.

Mrs. W. M. Brown and daughter, Mrs. Horace Fell spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. J. H. McCrosky.

Mrs. B. F Curry and children visited at Bay City Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Head and children of Bay City called on Mr. and Mrs. H. Anderson Sunday evening.

Dr. Simons and family of Bay City called on Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kennedy Sunday afternoon.

W. M. Brown spent Monday at the county seat.

Matagorda County Tribune, May 14, 1915
 


CHALMERS

Miss Mabel Kennedy visited at Bay City Tuesday and Wednesday.

Mrs. George Nave of El Campo was a guest of Mrs. W. M. Brown and Mrs. Horace Fell from Wednesday until Saturday.

Marie Kennedy spent Friday with Marjorie Davis.

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fell were shopping at Bay City Friday evening.

Sidney Carr of Bay City is visiting Vastine Kennedy.

Mr. George Nave spent Saturday and Sunday with his wife and daughter, Mrs. B. F. Curry, at the Curry home.

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Griffith and son and daughter, Mr. Lenton and Miss Marguerite, of Magnet, Mr. Chas. Harris of St. Louis, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fell of Chalmers spent the week-end on the peninsula at Matagorda. The time was spent in surf bathing and fishing. A fine time was enjoyed by all.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kennedy were Bay City visitors Tuesday.

Mrs. H. Anderson and daughter, Coy, attended the funeral of Myrtle Bass at Bay City Tuesday.

Mrs. B. F. Curry and Mrs. George Nave were shopping at Bay City Tuesday evening.

Matagorda County Tribune, June 4, 1915
 


CHALMERS LOCALS

Mrs. B. F. Curry was shopping at Bay City Thursday.

Mrs. H. Anderson ad daughter, Coy, spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. L. S. Dietrich.

J. C. Davis of Bay City spend Friday with Vastine Kennedy.

Mrs. Geo. Nave visited Friday with Mrs. Horace Fell.

W. M. Brown and Sam Kennedy were at the county seat Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Barnes of Bay City spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fell.

Marie Kennedy went to Bay City Monday to visit with Lillie Linn.

Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Carter of Bay City spent Monday and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCrosky.

Matagorda County News and Midcoast Farmer, June 11, 1915
 


CHALMERS

Mrs. Filmore Harper and daughter, Lucile, visited with Mrs. Brown Wednesday afternoon.

Mr. C. T. Dye of Lafayette, Indiana, arrived here Wednesday to look after his farm.

Sam Kennedy and W. M. Brown spent Thursday at the county seat.

Mr. and Mrs. Filmore Harper and children visited friends at Bay City Saturday.

Mrs. Horace Fell spent Saturday at Bay City.

Mrs. Wm. Hale and children spent Sunday with the Delk family.

Mrs. and Mrs. Abel Head and children of Bay City spent Sunday afternoon with H. Anderson and family.

Prof. Scott and wife of Bay City were seen on our streets Sunday evening.

Marie Kennedy visited with friends at Bay City Sunday.

H. H. Fell was a Bay City caller Monday and attended the good roads meeting.

Mr. Joe Simons of Flatonia spent Monday and Tuesday with Miss Winnie Turner.

J. H. Davis and W. M. Hale spent Thursday in Bay City.

Matagorda County Tribune, September 22, 1916
 

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