The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 79, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 28, 1967 Page: 4 of 8
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N LLANO, T1XAS, THyOiOAY, MCiMMt
Charles Hallmark Is
New ‘Gandy Man’
AT THE BONN
the chimney. .The
mention in 1966.
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LACKEY HOME Sonta ovidontly sot stuck in
1)06 Chattanooga, rocoivod honorable
Engagement Is Told
60 Attend Informal
Mr and Mrs. Charles Cantrell An informal Christmas "get-
of Harlingen announce the en- together” was held Saturday
gagemont and approaching mar-, night, Dec. 23, in the Jx>me of
riage of their daughter. Margaret Mrs. Ann Etta Hall. Hosts were
Ann, to Eugene Franklin Omnia- Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Reagor and
ton, son of Mr and Mrs. R. E. I Miss Joan Wilson.
Ormiston of Llano. (- Refreshment* of hot spiced pp-
Miss Cantrell fs a graduate of p|e eider, finger sandwich**, and
Harlingen High Schrool; the Christmas cookies and candies
bridegroom to-be is a graduate of were served to about 90 guests
Tarieton State College. He is pres-
ently engaged in ranching.
The cmlpile is planning a Jan-
uary wedding in Llano.
A. A. BAUMANS HOST
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bauman
entertained with their annual
Christinas dinner Monday. Guests
were their son and daughter-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bauman,
Mr. and Mrs. O O. Morgan and
David, Mr. ami Mrs. Hal Cunning;
ham; and special guests, Mrs. Roy
Willoughby and Mrs. J. A. Mayes.
who were classmates of the
uatiivg class of Llano High School
in 1961 and 1964 as well as other
Mr and Mrs. Charles Odom of
San Antonio spent Christmas with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Mr and Mrs. Bill Simpkins and
Ricky spent Christmas with rel-
atives at Wichita Falls.
Mrs, H. L. Leverett of Kings-
larnl has been visiting relatives in
Odessa during the holidays.
Ann and Dan Hackworth
announce the opening
Alberta Stovall, cook
Hours; 4 p.m. until 8 a.m.
We hope to have the opportunity of
This week is • the traditional
time for making New Year's res-
olutions, and nest week is the
average time for breaking them.
Hie Wanderer is determined not
to be a resolution breaker, and has
made the following New Year’*
1. Not to trip old ladies on snow
2. Not to dip snuff.
3. To avoid striking Mttle child
4. Also to avoid striking great
5. Never to hit a lady except in
6. And always to take off Ms
shoes before going to bed.
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Bill Needham is well known by
one and all to be more than aver-
age avid University of Texas fan.
Last week a couple of young lad
ies up at elementary school
acquired a small size Texas Aggie
T-shirt, and swearing young Kirby
Needham to secrecy they dressed
Mm in the T-shirt and sent Mm
on Ms way. Seeing red (Aggie
red) and unable to get anything
out Kirby, Bill advertised in The
Llano News that he’d give up to
five banana splits for information
leading to apprehension of the
cugprit. Next morning the two
young ladies who had done the
Job showed up to claim their
banana splits, blaming the inci-
dent on Kirby’s home room teach-
er. They got the biggest banana
splits in the house. A short time
later, one of Kirby’s Httle friends
showed up to see if the offer was
still good, having got the real
story out of Kirby. On being in-
formed that he was eligible, he
stuck his head out the door where
several of his little friends lurk-
ing and yelled, ’’Come on, fellows,
Mr. Needham’s buying the banana
And a week later. Bill still can’t
get that Aggie T-Shirt off Kirby.
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Carmen Miller called to report
that even a teasipper should
know what you feed cows to get
milk in those square cartons. You
feed ’em dairy cubes.
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A Happy, healthy and prosper
ous New Year to everyone. And
this much is written without
tongue in cheek.
Gandy’s Cream ary of Son An-
gelo has announced the appoint-
ment of Charles E. Hallmark as
the new “Gandy Man” for Llano
and the lakes area. Driving the
big Gandy truck with the famiHqr
Diamond G. Hallmark will deliver
Gandy products to stores in the
Llano area fresh daily.
Born in Llano in 1947, Hall-
mark grew up in Tow Valey. He
was graduated from Llano High
School and attended college at
Tarieton State at Stephenvilie, I
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I
V. M. Hallmark of Tow and a
member of the Church of Christ.
His wife is the former Miss Sue
Faught of Brownfield,
OLVIS OSBOURNS HOST
Mr. and Mrs. Olvis Osbourn
were hotts on Christmas day for a
dinner attended by 36 members
of the Osbourn family including
his mother, Mrs. Florence Os-1
bom, seven of her children and j
st of her grandchildren and
NEWS FROM '
v By Mrs. Vann Maddox
(From Loot Wook)
Mrs. VWs Poorcy and Mrs. EHtol
Roberts took Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Maxwell to Brownwood Tuesday
for eye examinations.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kuykendall,
Mrs. Vera Peorcy and Ethel Rob-!
erts were slipper guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Lolan Fleming in Llano |
Mr. and Mrs. Jamas Kukandall
and Mr. and Mrs. Vann Maddox1
were supper gueots of Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Hardin Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Adams' of
Monahans spent last week with
the Elks Randolphs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Randolph
went to San Angelo Saturday aft-
er their grandchildren Kay and
Bra. Ivans Burleson and his sis-
ter, Mrs. Seleta Moore of Brody
attended funeral services for their
aunt at Taylor Thursday
Sunday guests of Mrs. Bill
Porch were Mrs. Damon Wydooff
of Tow, Mr. and Mrs
and Jimmy, Phylis
Mrs. Hugo Naiunan
all of Austin, Mr.
Swenson, Misses Girlie and Cor-
delia Norton, Mrs. Frank Lange
and chi Id ren, Mrs. Mary Thomas
Gregory, all of Llano; Mr. and
Mrs. Dickie Sebnan and children
and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Porch
and Wayne of Cherokee.
Mrs. V. R. Maddox attended a
coffee given by Mrs. Alex Hardin
and Solly Saturday morning, along
with several ladies of Llano.
Thors will be a Christmas pro-
gram at the Methodist and Baptist
Churches Thursday and Friday
Mr .and Mrs. Howard Parry,
Mrs. Ruth Jones and Mrs. V. R.
Maddox attended the
THE MEANING OF CHRISTMAS is expreeaed in the lighted
scone at the Bobby Kuhn homo. The homo has won many award*
through the years with its original decoration*. (Staff photo)
conference at the
Mr. and Mr*. Bill
spent Sunday night with Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Hillman at MiiUin, ne
her mother who is very ill in
nursing home in Goldthwaite.
Mrs. Bart Randolph accempi
led Mrs. Clyde Yarbrough to take
Mrs. Hazel Parsons home to San
Antonio Tuesday. They remained
untill Thursday and visited Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Bollier and child
Mrs. V. R. Maddox visited Mr,
and Mrs.. Jim Freese at San S^aba
All students are home for the
R. L. Lehrer is Homo from Fort
Polk and will be married Friday
night to Carol Dansby of Llano at
the Predbyterian Church in
Rot Taylor of Llano wot a sup-
per guest of the Clyde Johansons
Dudley Battle* viittod his sis-
„ | ter, Mrs. Mary Benzing, in the
quarterly ' Llano hospital Sunday.
Herrin Church' Mr. and Mrs. Woyland Parry of
I Lampasas was weekend guests of
Kuykendall the Ross Perrys.
Spending Christmas with Mrs.
Albert Banks were her two daugh-
ter, Mrs. Franklin Waldrope of
Victoria and Mrs. Martin Dickin-
son of Devine; also two of her
four sons, J. F. Banks of the
Ozarks and Albert Banks at Hous-
ton. Coming with the Waldropes
were Sgt and Mrs. Frank Fenley
and Lycea of Victors. And spend-
ing part of the holidays were Lt.
Com. and Mrs. Clinton Johnson
and two children and his father,
Rev. Alvin Johnson of Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Pyles and
Jeonna of Lockhart visited friends
in Uaoo during the Christmas
Mr. and Mrs. lioyd Graves of
Fort Worth visited during the
Chrismos holidays with F. M. Cas-
saday and other relatives.
Holiday guests of Mr .and Mrs.
Bill Hallmark included their sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis Hallmark, and
Alfred and Clay Hallmark of Fort
Rainbow Girls To
There will be a colled meeting
of the Rainbow Assembly at the
Masonic hall at 7 o’clock Wednco
day. January 3, according to Mrs.
Carmen Miller, advisor.
All members are urged to be
Northside Gro. & Mkt.
Specials for Friday, Saturday & Monday - Dec. 29,30 & Jan. 1
DUCHESS ICE CREAM «— .69
SUPERIOR MELLORINE’ -1.00
SALAD DRESSING Mortons*.49
BLACK PEPPER Mortons
PRUNE JUICE Sunsweet
QUAKER OATS small
GALA TOWELS large
CHUCK ROAST pound
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We re H^ppy To Announce
CHARLES E. HALLMARK
Gandy’s Fine Dairy Products Will
be Delivered FRESH DAILY to
Your Favorite Grocery Store.
Save the tops of Gandy’s Homogenized Milk Cartons,
and the Lids from Gandy’s Vz gallon Ice Cream Cartons.
In the Very Near Future They Can Be Used for
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Look for the Carton with the Diamond “G”!
“Serving Wert Tex*. for diver 3& Y
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Cunningham, T. H. The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 79, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 28, 1967, newspaper, December 28, 1967; Llano, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1114159/m1/4/?q=GRANITE%20SHOALS: accessed November 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Llano County Public Library.