Stephenville Empire-Tribune (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 94, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, October 30, 1964 Page: 2 of 16
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1864
Lay Family Reunion
Held October 11
Ito fosniiy and fcwmiliill of
the late W. J. and Wteiim Mir
Lay, farmer kms-tiaaa rwidanta
of Erath County, leathered in fte-
phetiville, October II. for a (ta-
lly reunion. The occasion was a
Mht and Joyful one beeMOe of
f AOt TWO
Pack-Richardson United in
First Christian Church Rites
''' *■ . .tyWranttrCT, sTrratxnm.
Mrs. Wanda Pack of Stephen-
yille and Dr. D. L. Richardson of
De Leon were married on Satur-
day tventnf, October 17th, at the
Mrs. Adams and
Co-Hostesses to HDC
The Three Way H. D. Club met
in the school lunch room Tuesday
and Mrs. Tadlock called the meet-
ing to order.
The club prayer and pledge was
led by Mrs. Adams snd Mrs. E. E.
Phillips conducted the recreation.
Roll call was answered with a cur*
The program “Gift for All Oe-
cassions” was most interesting.
Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Little
were the hostesses.
The next meeting will be Nor.
3, with Mrs. Sherrod and Mrs.
Naul as the hostesses.
Mrs. Davis Hosts
Huckabay H. D. C.
The Huckabay H. D. Club met
Thursday at 2 p m. in the home of
Mrs. Carter Davis.
Mrs. Brann Pipes called the
meeting to order and Mrs. L. F.
Parten lead the singing, with Mrs.
W. S. Davis leading the prayer.
Roll call was answered by cur*
rent events and Mrs. W. S. Davis
and Mrs. Brann Pipes gave the
Gifts for secret pals were ex-
The program was entitled
“Gifts for alL Occassions” directed
by Mrs. W. S. Davis.
The next meeting will be In the
home of Mrs. W. S. Davis, Nov.
12, at 2 p.m. and the program will
be “Cleaning Your Sewing Ma-
chine” presented by Mrs. Brann
Mrs. Davis served a sandwitch
plate to the club members.
First Christian Church in Ste-
phenville. Rev. Leslie Green, pas-
tor of the church, performed the
doubt* ftnt mmmy. The wopirt
attendants were the bride’s sister,
Mrs. Billie Fincham of Washing-
ton, 0. C.. as matron of honor and
James Richardson of De Leon,
who served aa his tatfier’s best
man. Ushers were Lewis Self and
Troy!-Gordon, both of 9tephenvflle;
Marcia and Glenda Gordon, nieces
of the bride, were the candlelight-
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception was held at the Ttojea
Country Club. Those who assisted
with the serving were Mrs. Sam
Taytot, Mrs. Lance Van tandt,
Mrs. Charles Roberson, Mrs. Clara
Meehan and Mrs. Earl Pack.
Out *f town guests for the wed-
ding and reception included Mrs.
Kathryn Richardson of Fort
Worth; Mr. and Mrs. Lavoft Rich-
ardson, Katv and Bobby of StiU-
water, Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Richardson of Denton; Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Wood, Gwcndol
and Herbie of Atle: Mrs. Mattio
TedfOrd of Abilene; Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Stockton of Hurst; and Mrs.
Billie Fincham of Washington,
D. C., Mr. and Mrs. Heathington,
Mrs. Faye Nall Jones and Jan;
Johnny and Frank Vena all of De
Leon, and Mr. and Mrs. Buster
Moore of Stas.
Mrs. Richardson has served as
Treasurer of Rwth County for
the past Six year* Dr. Richard-
son is continuing practicing medi-
cine and surgery in Ds Leon.
The couple la new at home at
1969 Frey Street In Stephenville.
Attending from out of the Mate
were; Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Pucker.
Alhambra, Calif. Mr. and and lire.
Paul Burnam ami son Brian, Tor-
rence. Calif.. Albert Copiah, Gar-
dena. Calif., and Mr. and Man.
Charles Draper and three children.
New York, New York.
Others were; Mr. and Mrs. O. B.
--.Tune. Mr. and
Clayton Teer and two eons.
Capt. and IIA T. B. Lay,*
D. L, RICHARDSON
Bluff Dale Club Holds October Session
The Junior Clnss of Stophen-
ville High School will have a hake
sale Saturday October 31. at the
A & P. Piggly Wiggly and Safe-
way food stores. Your help to the
junior class will be greatly ap-
You can vote the ticket of your choice
in the General Election regardless of
how you voted in the primaries.
Paid Pol. Adv.
Mrs. Lack Dearer wna heutsat
to the Bluff Dale Study and Gar-
den Club for its October ansHM
Ce kouteases were Mrs. E. L
Rhoades Jr. sum! Mrs. Read War-
The dub president, Mr*. BO
Emmett, dispensed with huabssss
for tha first item on tha day’s
program, aa tbs Club was to be
honored with n program by the
Stephenville Music Club.
Mrs. Robert Steamier introduc-
ed the program with Folk Music
as its theme. She told of tho im-
pact such music has had all down
through the ages, for ft is net bow
bat ms olda s time. She aloe rotat-
ed that e balled is 4 folksong,
bat aa eld aa time. She elee relat-
lees it tells a story. All occupa-
tional people have their MM folk-
songs as it U instinctive with ne
ell to invent songs.
Following this interesting dis-
course on Folk Music, Mrs. Strsm-
ler introduced Mrs. Troy Gilbert
who ptsyed beautifully on a very
old Concertina and then on the
Accordion. Mrs. Swan Riehardaea
Jr., contralto, presented Folk Mu-
sic In solo and was accompanied
on the piano by Mrs. J. ©. King.
To complete the program, Mrs.
8wan Riehardaon preceded tier vio-
lin music with the s to nr of hew
she ohatined a
Mrs. Richardson was
panied on the piano by Mrs. J.
Mrs. Paul Pitman, program
chairman, expressed the club's
deep appreciation to the Stephen-
ville Music Club for its presenta-
tion of fine music and talent.
Refreshments were served to 22
members snd six guests.
John Mosley and daughters. OdsO-
ta, Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Tarver.
4nd children, Odtpm^Mr. and Mrs.
Dale Draper and children. Wichita
Fall*. Mr. and Mrs. William C.
Draper, Richardson. Mr. and Mrs.
Carroll Lingle and sons. Amarillo.
■ Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Carr and Shar-
on, Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs.
Rayford Lay and family. Barkbor-
nett, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lay and
daughters, Wichita Falls Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Davis and sons,
Sweetwater. . »
From Stephen vilim were; Mr.
and Mrs. 0. P. Lay, Mr. and Mrs.
Willard Lay and family. F- S.
Swah Mr. and Mr*. J. B. Hamp-
ton and family. Mr. and Mia. How-
ard Lay. and Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Fnends were Miss May Allman.
Mbs. George Hicks.
by the Daily
Engagement, wedding and an
aieeraary announcement# with
pfe-ta tea—Thursday afternoon
before Sunday’s publication.
Club reports—Weekly paper
(Eamire-Tribaae); Tuesday af-
ternoon before publication on
Sunday paper; Bv Thursday
afternoon before publication
Saturday nmruing. (Sundav’m *
society aertiau hi printed
if at all
sons tty to
Your co-Aperstisu wQ) he ap-
*« -X ~
Monday — Beefburgers «u Bun,
hash brown potatoes*, buttered
peas, carrot strips, hvlt
Less than 60 young gorillas are
exhibited in U. S. room.
Ancient Egyptians were expert
— Baked Plato «
huge, corn bread muffins, h
cherry cobbler and milk.
Wednesday — Turkey pto, cel-
ery stick, apple-cabbage salad,
green beans, hot rolls, chocoteto-
droo rookies and milk.
Thursday — Beef stew with
toast, canoed peaches aad milk.
Friday — Fish sticks, cart
■trip, mashed turnips, greet
com bread muffins, butter, pa
nut-butter kriap and milk.
This Week’s Best Buy!
36 in. Oven
Oven Door Seal
Rollout Smokeless Broiler
Many Other Features i
THE CANDIDACY of
He has always supported and worked for legislation which represents and benefits the needs of the people of Erath County and of Texas.
He co-authored the National Defense Education Act of 1958; has backed REA 100%; supported a law ha ving the beef import quotas; supported the Anti-Pover-
ty Bill; supported Medicare; as Chairman of the Veterans* Subcommittee of the Senate worked for much legislation affecting Veterans* sponsored the Padre Is-
land Seashore Law; supported legislation providing for dams, flood control programs, river and watershed programs; and sponsored the National Education Act
President Johnson said, “I don’t think that Texas has had a senator that voted for the people more than Senator Yarborough has voted for them And nn mem-
ber of the U.S. Senate has stood up and fought for me or fought for the people more since I became President than Ralph Yarborough.”
We need a native Texan in the United States Senate Who understands the problems of all phases of Texas life. ' •»
Judge Benton Templeton
Mrs. Benton Templeton
Mrs. Charles Kittenger
Mrs. G. H. Williamson
C. O. McMillan
L. G. Rich
Mrs. L. G. Rich
Mrs. Nathan Robinette
CoL J. D. McCullugh
Mrs. J. D. McCullough
R. E. George
Mrs. R. E. George
W. A. Nix
L. A. King
Mrs. L. A. King
W. O. Holly
A. A. Schrimsher
Mrs. Caleb Smiths
Mrs. Carl Colwick
Mrs. Ina Burke
Mrs. H. C. Cox
W. J. Oxford
Mrs. W. J. Oxford
L. B. Howard
Mrs. Fred Hodges
H. L. Savage
Men Hi h flnoigi
T. B. Whitis
Mrs. T. B. Whitis
Mrs. Willie Lea Fox
R A. Schmidt
Mrs. Chester Ray
Mrs. L. F. Parten
L. F. Parten
Mrs. Mike Smith
J. H. Decker
F. W. Tuggle
H. K. Jones
G. N. Nash
\:: * \ ’•
E. C. Johnson
Ben B. McCollum Sr.
Mrs. Minnie White
Mrs. L. L Keyser .
C. A. Walker
Mrs. C. A. Walker
Mrs. Guy Wood
Mrs. Bonne Baxley
Mrs. E. M. Apple
A. a Downing
R. a Rife
Mrs. A. a Downing
J. C. Turney
P. J. Cantrell
Mrs. T. a Maxwell
Mrs. Kyle Archie
Mrs. Dee Curry
Mrs. Rankin Jones
W. C. Ingfey
Mrs. W. C. Intfey
Mrs Ruby Rumph
Mrs. Edwin Keller
Mrs. D. Dover
R L. Chandler
Joe H. Boyd
Mrs. Ed Bryant
Mrs. Ralph Ram sew
R N. Fidler
Jake Brown -
T. a Freeman
Mrs. Ruby Wyatt
Joe M. Hancock
Mrs. A. A* Yardley \
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Stephenville Empire-Tribune (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 94, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, October 30, 1964, newspaper, October 30, 1964; Stephenville, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1135128/m1/2/: accessed July 12, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.