Chalmers Newspaper Columns

1918
 


CHALMERS

Mr. James Delk and daughter, Lena , left Tuesday for Austin . Mr. Delk is taking Lena back to school.

Mr. Graham Smith of Hillsboro has been visiting with Geoffrey Curry this week.

Mr. H. C. King has returned home from Somerville where he spent Xmas with his sister.

Mrs. James Delk and daughters, Misses Letha and Hula, were visiting in Bay City Tuesday.

Mrs. Geo. Nave of Markham has been visiting at the Curry home this week.

Mrs. Jeff Mangum and children were shopping in Bay City Wednesday.

J. F. Hutchins of Pierce was here Wednesday.

Mrs. Chas. Isham and daughter, Miss Viola, of Beadle, spent the day Sunday with Mrs. Curry.

Mr. H. C. King visited at Pierce Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Curry and children visited at Wharton Monday.

Mrs. J. H. McCrosky was in Bay City Thursday.

Mr. Ben Kuykendall of Clemville is visiting his sister, Mrs. McCrosky.

Miss Bertha Mangum is visiting at the home of her uncle, Mr. Jeff Mangum.

Matagorda County Tribune, January 11, 1918
 


CHALMERS.

Mrs. C. T. Dye and daughter, Miss Lucille, of La Fayette , Ind. , are here on a visit.

Mrs. J. H. McCrosky and Miss Emma Kuykendall were shopping in Bay City Thursday.

Mr. Huddler and family were in Wharton Saturday.

Mr. Dorsey was in Bay City Tuesday.

Mr. H. C. King was a business visitor to Bay City Tuesday.

Mr. Gill Mangum was in the county seat Wednesday.

There was a large barn belonging to the Pierce Estate burned Tuesday, this barn was filled with hay.

The Chalmers school is getting in some nice new desks this week. This is quite an improvement to our school.

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

Mr. J. C. Willis of Wharton was here Wednesday.

Mr. Bert Carr of Bay City was here Wednesday.

Mr. Bill McKelvy was seen in Chalmers Wednesday.

Matagorda County Tribune, February 8, 1918
 


CHALMERS.

Mrs. J. H. McCrosky is right sick this week with measles.

Mr. J. F. Hutchins of Pierce was here Thursday.

Mrs. James Delk and daughters, Misses Letha and Hula, were visiting in Bay City Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Horn are happy over the arrival of a nice baby girl at their home.

Mr. Jim Horn was in Bay City Thursday.

Geoffry Curry has been sick this week with measles.

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Mangum were visiting in Bay City Wednesday.

Mr. B. F. Curry killed four large alligators Thursday in Davis Lake ; the largest one measured 14 feet.

Mr. Ben Kuykendall of Clemville is visiting his sister, Mr. J. H. McCrosky.

Mrs. R. F. Curry and children were in Bay City Thursday morning.

Dr. Livengood was here Thursday from Bay City .

Miss Nannie King of Bay City spent the week-end with her uncle, Mr. H. C. King.

Mr. Jim Carson visited homefolks in Bay City Tuesday.

Miss Lucile Dye was visiting in Bay City Tuesday.

Matagorda County Tribune, February 22, 1918
 


CHALMERS.

Chalmers was visited Sunday and Sunday night by a nice rain. The rains we are having lately are making the farmers smile.

Mr. George Smith visited in Wharton Saturday and Sunday.

Mrs. Dorsey and children were in Bay City Saturday.

Mrs. James Delk and daughters, Letha and Hula, spent the day Friday in Bay City .

Mr. Ed. King of Pierce spent Sunday with his brother, Teck King.

Mrs. B. F. Curry has been quite sick this week with measles.

Mr. J. H. McCrosky was in Pierce Monday on business.

Mrs. Jeff Mangum and baby were in Bay City Friday.

There are several of the school children sick with measles this week.

Mrs. J. H. McCrosky and Miss Emma Kuykendall were in Bay City Tuesday.

Mr. James Delk was in Bay City Wednesday.

Mr. B. F. Daugher, Miss Imogene, were in Bay City Wednesday.

Matagorda County Tribune, March 1, 1918
 


CHALMERS

Mrs. T. C. Dunn Jr. of Houston arrived Sunday to be at the bedside of her father, Wylie Kuykendall.

Messrs. Robert Brenaugn and Virgil Wheeler came in Friday afternoon from Bryan for a few days.

Mr. H. Wimmer and family have moved into the parsonage until school is out, Mr. Wimmer having rented his farm south of Blessing.

Miss Fern Dow came up from Palacios Friday and stayed until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dow.

Serg. R. E. Terry was home Friday and Saturday from Camp Bowie.

Mrs. J. H. Roach and Mrs. Paul Wallworth returned Saturday from Houston where Mrs. Roach underwent a minor operation.

Private Andrew Long arrived Thursday on a ten-days leave from Camp Bowie.

Those being called to BAy City for examination were Ernest Fleer and John Wise.

J. W. Holmes and Walter Williams of Bay City were in Blessing Sunday between trains.

Messrs. John Wallworth and Fletcher and Chas. Brazel came up from Robstown Saturday.

Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Morton of Bay City were in town Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Wallworth and Chas. Wallworth went to Galveston Monday for a few days--from there Mr. Chas. Wallworth will return to his home in Wisconsin.

A. W. Augspurger of Houston was a business visitor a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McKinnon and children of Palacios spent Sunday at the W. P. Smith home.

Miss Mignon Doman of El Maton is the guest of the C. D. Wheeler home this week.

Corp. Henry Vaclavick, from Camp Travis, is spending the week with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jan Vaclavick.

B. F. Lanham of Houston was in Blessing Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Gallatin are the proud parents of a set of twins that arrived Tuesday.

Matagorda County Tribune, March 1, 1918
 


CHALMERS.

Mr. J. B. Delk and family went to the gulf Sunday. They report plenty of oysters and fish.

Mrs. Hudler has been quite ill this week with measles.

Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Dye and daughter, Miss Lucile, were in Bay City Wednesday.

Miss Nannie King of Bay City spent the week-end with her uncle, Mr. H. C. King.

Mr. Jim McCrosky of Velasco and Miss Bettie McLendon of Bay City were visiting at the McCrosky home Monday evening.

Mrs. Till Lee of Bay City spent the day Thursday with her sister, Mrs. J. B. Delk.

Mrs. J. H. McCrosky and Miss Emma Kuykendall were visiting in Bay City Tuesday.

Mr. George Smith was a Wharton visitor Sunday.

Mr. Heywood Long went to Collegeport Tuesday evening.

Mr. Bill McKelvy was in Chalmers Thursday.

Mr. Ben Kuykendall of Clemville is visiting at the McCrosky home this week.

Mr. Billie Gainer of Clemville was here Tuesday

Mr. Joe Mangum of Bay City was here Thursday.

Mesdames Jeff and Gill Mangum were visiting in Lane City Thursday.

Matagorda County Tribune, March 22, 1918
 


CHALMERS.

Mr. H. C. King has bought a new Dodge car.

Miss Lucile Dye was visiting in Bay City Monday with Miss Lottie Poole.

Miss Essie Ramb of Lane City is visiting with Mrs. Jeff Mangum this week.

Mrs. James Delk was shopping in Bay City Thursday.

Miss Letha and Hula Delk were visiting in Bay City Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Curry and children spent the day Sunday at Markham .

Mrs. J. H. McCrosky and Miss Emma Kuykendall were in Bay City last Thursday.

Mr. George Smith left this morning for Wharton where he was called for army duty.

Mr. B. F. Curry was a Lane City visitor Thursday.

Mr. H. C. King visited with his niece in Bay City Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Hudler and children were visiting at Matagorda Wednesday.

Miss Emma Schaedel visited with homefolks in Bay City Saturday and Sunday.

Mr. Heywood Long was a Bay City visitor Thursday.

Matagorda County Tribune, April 5, 1918
 


CHALMERS

Mr. H. C. King has bought a new car.

Miss Lucile Dye was visiting in Bay City Monday with Miss Lottie Poole.

Miss Essie Lamb of Lane City is visiting with Mrs.. Jeff Mangum this week.

Mrs. James Delk was shopping in Bay City Thursday.

Miss Letha and Hula Delk were visiting in Bay City Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Curry and children spent the day Sunday at Markham.

Mrs. J. H. McCrosky and Miss Emma Kuykendall were in Bay City last Thursday.

Mr. George Smith left this morning for Wharton where he was called for army duty.

Mr. B. F. Curry was a Lane City visitor Thursday.

Mr. H. C. King visited with his niece in Bay City Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Hudler and children were visiting at Matagorda Wednesday.

Miss Emma Schaedel visited with homefolks in Bay City Saturday and Sunday.

Mr. Heywood Long was a Bay City visitor Thursday.

Matagorda County Tribune, April 15, 1918
 


CHALMERS.

Mrs. Fred Harris and daughter of El Campo have been visiting Mrs. J. H. McCrosky.

Mr. Harvel was a Bay City visitor Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Finkelstein of El Campo spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCrosky.

Mr. James Delk was in Bay City Monday and brought home a new Overland car.

Mr. H. C. King and niece, Miss Nannie King, visited at Pierce Wednesday.

Mrs. Boyd Nave and children of El Campo have been visiting at the home of B. F. Curry.

Mrs. J. H. McCrosky and Miss Emma Kuykendall were visiting in Bay City Thursday.

Mrs. Bertha Find of Glen Flora visited Wednesday with Mrs. B. F. Curry.

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Curry and two daughters were visiting at Pierce Tuesday.

Miss Lucy Curry of Hurricane, W. Va. , has returned home after a visit to her brother, B. F. Curry.

Mr. John Morton from Wharton is visiting Mr. H. C. King.

Matagorda County Tribune, July 5, 1918
 


Chalmers

Mr. and Mrs. B. Wheeler of Sweeny visited Mrs. Wheeler's mother, Mrs. J. B Delk this week.

Miss Gladys Smith visited in Bay City Tuesday.

Mr. J. F. Hutchins of Pierce was here Wednesday on business.

Mrs. J. B. Delk was visiting in Bay City Monday.

Mrs. J. H. McCrosky and Miss Emma Kuykendall spent Monday with Mrs. Matthews of Bay City.

Miss Letha Delk visited at Sweeny Saturday and Sunday.

Mr. Frank Hurley was in Chalmers Tuesday.

Mrs. Hill and Miss Nannie King were shopping in Bay City Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nave of Markham spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. B. F. Curry.

Mrs. Lee of Bay City visited her sister, Mrs. Delk Sunday.

Mrs. Chas. Isham and daughter, Miss Viola, of Beadle visited at the Curry home Sunday.

Mr. Jim McCrosky of Velasco spent Sunday with his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCrosky.

Mr. C. T. Dye and Mr. Curtis were in Bay City Tuesday.

Matagorda County Tribune, October 4, 1918
 


Chalmers News

Mr. Mangum is threshing rice this week.

Mrs. Dorsey and children were shopping in Bay City Tuesday.

Mrs. Jeff Mangum visited a sick brother at Wadsworth Tuesday and Wednesday.

Miss Nannie King was visiting in Bay City Tuesday.

Mrs. J. H. McCrosky and Miss Emma Kuykendall were in Bay City on Monday.

Mrs. Hill of Caldwell is visiting her daughter, Miss Nannie King.

Mrs. Chas. Isham and daughter, Miss Viola, of Beadle were visitors at the Curry home Sunday.

Miss Valeria Sweeney and Billie Gainer were visiting with Mrs. J. H. McCrosky Sunday.

Mr. C. T. Dye is here from Indiana.

Mrs. Geo. Nave of Markham spent the day Sunday at the Curry home.

Miss Eva Anderson spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks in Bay City.

Miss Bertie Long was visiting in Bay City Tuesday.

Matagorda County Tribune, October 4, 1918
 


CHALMERS NEWS

Mr. Jesse King has returned to his home from Somerville, after a visit to his brother, H. C. King.

Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Borden of Pierce were visiting here Monday.

Mr. Joe Mangum and Mr. John Bond of Bay City were here Wednesday after some cattle.

Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey were shopping in Bay City Tuesday.

Mrs. Jeff Mangum visited in Wharton Monday.

Mrs. Willie Gainer of Clemville visited Mrs. J. H. McCrosky this week.

Mrs. James Delk and daughter, Miss Letha, were shopping in Wharton Tuesday.

Mrs. Hudler and children were in Bay City Tuesday.

Mrs. Joe Mangum and daughter, Miss Clara, were visiting in Chalmers Tuesday.

Mr. Jim McCrosky visited home folks Sunday.

Mr. Albert Rhodes of Markham is visiting here this week.

Mrs. M. P. Withers of Pierce was here Monday.

Mr. Horton was in Wharton Tuesday on business.

Mr. C. T. Dye was in Bay City Tuesday.

Miss Eva Anderson visited homefolks Saturday and Sunday.

Matagorda County Tribune, November 13, 1918
 


Chalmers News

Mr. A. P. Borden of Pierce was here Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Will McSparren spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCrosky.

Mr. H. C. King and Miss Nannie King were shopping in Bay City Saturday.

Mrs. Jeff Mangum visited in Wadsworth Tuesday.

Mr. Ed Anderson was a caller in Chalmers Tuesday.

Mr. Jim McCrosky was here Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bailey and children of Bay City visited the B. F. Curry home Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Borden of Pierce and visiting with friends here Sunday.

Mr. J. B. Delk was in Bay City Monday.

Mrs. J. H. McCrosky and Miss Emma Kuykendall were shopping in Bay City Tuesday.

Mr. T. J. Poole of Bay City were here Monday on business.

Mrs. Hudler and children were in Bay City Monday.

Mrs. Harville has been very sick this week with influenza, but is reported some better at this writing.

Mr. W. F. Pack was visiting the Chalmers school Thursday.

The Pierce Estate shipped two cars of calves to New Orleans Monday.

Matagorda County Tribune, November 22, 1918
 


CHALMERS NEWS

Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Dye were in Bay City Monday.

Mr. Geo. W. Nave of Markham was visiting at the Curry home Sunday.

Mr. James Delk was in Bay City Monday.

Mr. J. F. Hutchins of Pierce was here Saturday.

Mr. Will McSparran of Bay City was here Tuesday.

Mr. Picket Withers of Kansas City was here Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed King and daughter, Miss Effie of Pierce were visiting with Mr. H. C. King Sunday.

Miss Nannie King was shopping in Bay City Saturday.

Mrs. B. F. Curry and children were in Markham Sunday.

Mr. Dorsey has commenced threshing rice again.

Mr. H. C. King was a Bay City visitor Wednesday.

The Pierce Estate shipped two cars of cows to Fort Worth Monday.

Mrs. Jeff Mangum was shopping in Bay City Tuesday.

Matagorda County Tribune, December 20, 1918
 

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