The Fairfield Recorder (Fairfield, Tex.), Vol. 88, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1964 Page: 5 of 8
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THE FAIRFIELD RECORDER. FAIRFIELD, FREESTONE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1964 -PAGE FIVE
Mr and Mrs. Edd Lee and Mr. and
Mrs. McCoy I-ee of Tomball visited Penn., returned home Sunday after
relatives here Sunday. j a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs.
——o- I W. F. Brandon of Fairfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Bonner and
family visited relatives in Alabama
Mrs Adele S. Potts of Philadelphia, : Mrs Sim Gordon Jr., Mrs. Charles
Wilson and Sim Gordon Sr. spent
last Thursday in Waco.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson of
Lubbock spent the last of their vaca-
tion in the home of Mrs. Wilson’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Gordon
Jr. They also visited relatives and
friends in Mexia, Corsicana and
Mr. and Mrs. Don Messina and
children of Fort Worth spent Sun-
day in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Sim Gordon Jr.
Sheet rock advanced $5.00 per
thousand feet this week. We have
plenty at old price. K-Way.—adv.
Randall Kirgan of Sweetwater
spent the week end visiting his mo-
ther, Mrs. L. C. Kirgan, and other
relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mooney of
Waco and Kenneth Mooney of Den-
ton spent the week end in the home
of Mr and Mrs. Carl Harrison and
Sara Jo. The Mooney’s returned Sat-
urday from a two week’s vacation in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Mooney in Natchez, Miss.
Let us sell your property, homes
or farms. Have buyers. Hill Real
Mr. and Mrs. James Statham and
son, Mike, of New Orleans visited
briefly in the home of Jim York on
Visitors in the home of Jim York |
Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Valenti of Oxnard, Calif., on
their return from New York and the
World's Fair. They also visited Mr.
and Mrs. Ruel Wilson and Mrs. Em-
ma Bray and son, Jack, of Teague.
Mrs. Valenti is the granddaughter of
Mr. York and Mrs. Bray.
Wall mirrors, door mirrors—at a1
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Steward of
Lubbock visited his aunts, the Cur-
ry Sisters, Sunday enroute to Ifous- j
ton as delegates to the Democratic i
Dr. and Mrs. Earl Waddell and
sons, David, John and Hugh, were
here over the week end visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Steward at Red Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Steward made
a business trip to Austin this week.
Kill rats now. Gilpin's "Good
Buy." Monoy back guarantee. Gil-
pin Drug Store.
Macie’s Beauty Shop
PHONE DU 9-2150
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parker of Grand
Prairie, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mc-
Calley of Victoria and Mr. and Mrs.
Joe N. Parker of Pasadena and
grandson, Joey Hodgans, of Fort
Worth spent the week end with Mrs.
H. L. Williford and Newt Robertson.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Whatley and
Caroline spent Thursday and Friday
in Pasadena with Lt. Col. and Mrs.
F. R. Whatley and son, Reed. Caro-
line remained for a week’s visit.
Get our low discount prices on
plumbing. Hot water heaters, sinks,
tubs, comodes, lavatories and all
kinds of fittings. K-Way—adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Dunn of Dil-
ley visited the Glazener family here
i during the week end and attended
I the Hallmark family reunion in
j Teague Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Williamson,
L. C. Williamson and Mrs. Ora Kate
Weaver of Waco have returned from
a vacation trip to Washington, D. C.,
and the World’s Fair in New York.
Enroute, they visited Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Daniel and family in Wilming-
Mr. and Mrs. Lovic Glazener, Ann
and Patty of Lubbock are visiting
in the home of Mrs. Jim Tate and
other relatives here and attended the
Hallmark family reunion lin Teague
Let us plan your Lite Insurance
Program—Auto and Home. The Hill
Miss Evelyn Fryer, teacher in the
Galena Park schools, is spending the
summer here with her mother, Mrs.
F. B. Peyton, and other relatives.
Miss Doris DeFrance of Dallas
spent the week end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. De-
Mr. and Mrs. David Lane of Waco
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Lane, during the week end.
It's timo to replace your excell-
sior straw in your window cooler.
We have the straw and fan fittings.
Louie and Ellis Chappell, Mrs, Bon-
nie Meyers, Mrs. Robbie Minchew
and Robert Tate, all of Fairfield,
were informed of the death of their
aunt, Mrs. Laura Coutta, Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Waites and
granddaughter, Trecia Carroway, of
Kermit, visited Mrs. Jim Tate and
other relatives here last week.
Magic-Chef built-in gas and elec-
tric stoves. Vent-A-Hood, colored
sinks to match at DISCOUNT PRIC-
ES. More of this brand sold than
any other stove. It's tops in looks
and quality. K-Way.—adv.
last week end.
for only $2.00. K-Way—adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gleason and
children, Lee, Joyce and Eugenia,
Cut-rate prices on Cushion Floor of Ual!as visiU‘d Mrs L C Kir«an
inlaid linoleum. Rig. $3.25 sq. yd. Tuesda>’ ,,n their way to Housto"
and Galveston for a ten day vaca-
Mrs. L. G. Daugherty left for the
state Republican Convention Tues-
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Anderson of
Klute visited Mrs. H. L. Williford
j and Newt Robertson Saturday.
! Mrs. Charles Farmer and Mrs. A.
I H. Wade from I^iughton, Okla., and
Mrs. Ethel Cannon from Corsicana
1 spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs.
It's fly time. See us for aluminum
screens. Measured to fit your win-
Wayne C. Donaldson attended the
state National Association of Post-
masters of the U. S. Convention in
San Antonio June 7-8-9. Mrs. Don-
aldson visited relatives in Houston
Mrs. Gladys Ray returned home
Saturday after three weeks in the
hospital in Austin. Her daughter,
Mrs. James Statham of New Orleans,
is here for a two weeks visit.
For good paint at less than adver-
tised prices—buy James Bute Paints
Capt. and Mrs. Arnold Pemberton
and daughter, Nadine, of Perrin AFB,
Sherman-Denison, visited his sister,
and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Wat-
son Jr., over the week end.
See How Many Ways
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Every businessman can check off a list of prist-
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we are prepared to fill this need, quickly, pro-
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The Fairfield Recorder
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Mrs. George Stubbs of Wortham,
and granddaughter, Gina Sims of
Mexia, spent the day Tuesday with
Mrs L. C. Kirgan.
Mrs. I). H. Simpson is visiting her
daughter and family in Freeport.
If we can believe statistics, the
average American of today eats 17.2
pounds of candy a year. Yet dental
authorities remind us that sweet
sticky substances, if left to linger in
the mouth and not rinsed away, can
cause tooth decay faster than almost
anything else. You may want to
check on the food habits of your
family—and their dental appoint-
' ... ____
SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS
$1.98 to $4.98
SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS
White, Pastel and Stripe
$2.98 and $5.00
98c to $7.95
SUMMER WEIGHT ROBES
$4.50 and $5.00
$1.50 - $2.00 - $2.50
AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT
Specials Thurs., Fri., Sat., June 18-19-20
F/7S KM* 8UD6FT
380 FREEZER SPSCIAlS
LEMONADE----2 cans 25c
DONALD DUCK ORANGE
JUICE......6 ox. can 25c
FROSTINE - 3-1/2 gallons $1
1 lb. bag 10c
■ - dozen 29c
U. S. NO. 1 RED
Ige. head 15c
- 10 lbs. 59c
3 Lb. Can
Shorten ing55° FLOIR $1.79
25 Lb. Paper Bag
DIAMOND A CUT
303 Cans—2 for
BREAST O' CHICKEN
Flat Can ......_.. ....
Pineapple • Grapefruit
46 Oz. Can—3 for
pound can - - 83c
6 oz. instant - 99c
ROYAL OAK CHARCOAL
5 Lb. Bag............35C
1 Lb. Box
Real Buys From
15 oz.----- - 29c
DISH TOWEL INSIDE
WEINERS.....3 lbs. 89c
quart ----- 15c
Hot Links •
28 oz. ----- 49c
m m m m
Bologna or Pressed
FRESH, LEAN PORK
CHOPS or STEAKS - - - lb. 49c
PURE PORK — We Make Our Own
SAUSAGE - --3lbs.$1.00
PURE CORN OIL
quart - - ----59c
3 for — 25c
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Kirgan, Joe Lee, Jr. The Fairfield Recorder (Fairfield, Tex.), Vol. 88, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1964, newspaper, June 18, 1964; Fairfield, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1106440/m1/5/?q=12th%20Armored%20Memorial%20Museum: accessed May 29, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Fairfield Library.