Jan. 10, first brand recorded, JP, by Green DeWitt
Jan. 31, Mr. Logan Brelsford resigned the office of deputy sheriff of Slayden, much to the regret of his many friends.
Jan. 20, just east of the Hoskins Building, on St. George Street, (Block 34) the Gonzales Telephone Company had a reception in its new brick building, built where the Frederick Reese residence had been razed.
Five million pounds of pecans shipped from Gonzales County
Jan. 5, 40 carloads of feathers sold to a Chicago firm by Stahl Brothers.
Jan. 5, Sheriff Hart found shot in home at jail
Jan. 27, Gonzales Production Credit Association organized
Jan. 3, Mrs. D.T. Person opened a new flower shop in the Person home (on St. Louis St.)
Jan. 7, ground broken for Memorial Museum
Jan. 11, NYA has set up sixty workshops throughout Texas, since its inception in June 1938. Unemployed youth are given work experience as well as earning money.
Jan. 22, heavy snow blankets most of Texas, with Gonzales getting 4”
Jan. 24, the second floor of the Episcopal Rectory burns (Block 46)
Jan. 30, first of 200 street signs put on corners, white reinforced concrete post with four sides and with black letters and numerals inset