Stephenville Empire-Tribune (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 94, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, October 30, 1964 Page: 3 of 16
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FMPAT. OCTOBER Ml 1864
8TEPHENVILLE EMPIRE-TRIBUNE, 8TEPHBNVILLI, TEIA8
Show Is Tonight
The 1964 Senior Claw ef Hocka-
tonight at 8 p in fa the
rjm will ha served from 6:90 to
7:80 pm. The menu will be baked
chicken and gravy, lowed wlad.
creamed potato*!, gnai beans,
rolls and batter, and tea, coffee,
«p milk, awl pie. A costume show
will be held for the children,
■ootyone is invited to attend;
prices are 60fc for grade school
children, 75c for junior high and
high school students, and fl.00
for adults. Anyone wishing to en-
ter the talent show see Sherry
Eads. Prises will be given for the
boot talent in each division.
The Huckster Beta Club held
ita first pledge membership meet-
ing Monday night at the Hucka-
Aay Home making department
lev. Bob Norris of Huckabay
Baptist Church presented a black
H«ht “chalk talk,” and Mrs. James
E. Booth, eponeor, gave principles
to rlnb pledge*. W. C. Nix, «o-
■Poneor. wee also present.
A buffet meal, prepared by
The Hnekuhey fadiono traveled
to Santo Tuesday night sad
brought home their first win of
the see sow.
Hnckabay’s girls team turned
file trick as they won 46-45, with
Linda Tate scoring ft4 points.
In boy’s action, Santo edged
Huckabay BAAL Ed Ledbatter lad
Indian scorers with 27 potato.
Huckabay travels to Carlton
Total .1 _
_ 8 1 5
12 8 27
23 5 51
10 4 24
- 5 2 12
-5 0 10
25 « 46
12 6 30
Bed Meet Supply
Ample This Week
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Rad moat, in seasonably good
supply .should rank high on the
grocery shopping list this week-
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Meat counters will be well
stocked with beef, particularly
roasts, plus bacon, ham and pork
roasts. Poultry departments will
feature both broiler-fryer chickens
At the vegetable countercul-
ture, tomatoes, celery, cabbuge,
carrots, squash, potatoes and on-
ions are abundant. For salads and
fruit bowls' there are plenty of
apples, avocados, cranberries,
oranges and pears.
For fish entrees, there art good
supplies of canned pink salmon,
fish sticks and fish portions. Fil-
let, oysters and clams also appear
in good supply.
But shrimp, a fish favorite, may
bo growing more expensive—part-
ly because of this year’s hurrt-
Mra. H. A. Hughes
Mia. H. A. Hughes, former Sto-
phenville resident, died Thursday
morning in Fort Worth after a
Mrs. Hughes, the former Hexie
Richardson, had lived in Fort
Worth for the past 30 years. She
was the daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Richardson. A
native of Alabama, Mrs. Hughes
^ptaHTmpoC of her life in Erath
County and Fort Worth.
Funeisl services will be held
Friday morning at 10 in the Hav-
erson-Cole Funeral Home in Fort
Worth. Graveside services will be
held Friday afternoon at the Ste-
phenville West End Cemetery.
H«r survivors include her hus-
Iband; three sisters, Mrs. Vicie
Bowden and Mrs. Nora Jones of
Stephenville and * Mrs. Jack Ted-
dlie of Lubbock; three brothers,
J. D. Richardson of Stephenville
and Henry and Ray Richardson of
FOB GOOD USED
FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES
8BB WRJGffrS FURNITOHE and
Phone 8-T.12 27* West Washington
Greeted by Zonta Club
The Zonta Club met Tuesday for
a luncheon in the Robin Room of
the Tarleton Dining Hall.
Mrs. Mary A. Moore, president,
presided over the meeting end in-
troduced Miss Evelyn Stone who
presented Miss Jan Miller as Zon-
ta Girl for the month of October.
Mrs. Moore, also introduced
Mrs. Lucy King, who hat recently
been presented the Zonta Public
Affairs of 1964 and the Interna-
tional Relations awards for. her
outstanding wprk in the interna-
tional program. Mrs. King spoke
to the 15 international students,
telling them that the Zonta Club
was an organise ion of profession-
al women working together to
plan activities for the betterment
of their community.
She welcomed the students and
asked each one to stand and re-
peat their name. The latest Zonta
organization was established in
Iran and Mrs. King asked Amir
A. Ardalan and' Jamshld - S. Ka-
viani of Tehran, Iran to tell some-
thing about their country.
International studehts attend-
ing were: Amir A. Ardalan and
Jamshid S. Kaviani of Tehran,
Iran; Chrisopher Cheung, of Kow-
loon, Hong Kong; Gustavo A.
Cucalon of Palmira, Colombia; Al-
varo Jaime, of Coahuila, Mexico;
Fernando A. Khroa, of Tampico,
Mexico; Francisco D. Omana of
Caracas, Venezuela; Calderon R.
Weddle and his brother, Jose R.
Weddle of Choluleca, Honduras;
Jaime A. De Leon, Eustacio Fa-
brega, Eloy Kelso, Jose I. Virzi,
all of Panama, Panama, and Fran-
cisco Perez of Chitro, Panama;
and Gaston R. Archlano of Ha-
vana, Cuba. Mrs. Mike Latham
from Newfoundland, now a resi-
dent of Stephenville, was also a
Mrs. Harry J. Neblett was intro-
duced as a new member of the
Those serving on the Interna-
tional Relations Committee, other
than Miss King, were Mrs. Dean
Cox and Mrs. Eugia Flint. ^
Mrs. Moore dismissed the mem-
bers and the meeting was adjourn-
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Special Buys to Celebrate
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8 to 16
The sensational new laminated knit coat
that everyone is asking for. Lightweight
but warm as toast in latest fur trim-
med styles. Red, blue, black in sizes 8
Wide wale cotton corduroy slacks now s-t-r-e-t-c-h to 16.
to give you the sleekest, most comfortable fit cTer! * Fur collar labeled to show origin and
Black, blue, brown, or red. Sizes 8 to 20. nature. *
By MRS. PASCHAL BROWN
Jack Shipman underwent sur-
gery at Waco on Thursday for a
broken leg. We hope he will re-
cover soon. . .... -
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ryan and
daughter of Fort Worth spent the
weekend at their home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roberson
of Waco spent the weekend with
her sister Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk
Sue Ryan who is attending Tar-
leton College spent die weekend
with her parents Mr> and Mrs.
Willie Ryan and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Paschal Brown
and Harry and Mrs. A. B. Naul
and Linda were visitors with Mr.
and Mrs. Eldon Naul and children
Mr. A. B. Naul and Freddie re-
turned to Luffin where they will
Hr. and Mrs. Paschal Brown
visited awhile with her mother
Mrs. J. J. Hanshew of Cleburne on
We received four inches of rain
on Sunday night and ligntning
struck at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Boyd McClure and Mr. and
Mss. Mel Giesecke.
Smart low-slung style has
ribbed cushion crepe rubber
sole and heel. Glove and
smooth leather uppers.
Black. Sizes 6 to A
Ten inch boot with leather
uppers has ribbed cushion
crepe rubber sole fend heel.
Block. Siaes 6 to A
Bananas do not grow on a tree
but <*u a plant which much resem-
bles a tree.
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By MRS. GBORGIA BDDLEMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Car) Leffel and
Jane of San Angelo visited Satur-
day in Lingleville and joined Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Hickey for a trip
to Waco to the football game. Sun-
day they were joined by Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Cuttler and family of
Fort Worth and they were all din-
ner guests of their mother, Mrs.
L W. Cuttler of Stephenville.
Howitt Brown of Fort Worth
visited Sunday with Mrs. T. O.
Mr: and Mrs. Homer Nix- of
Huckabay visited Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Fanning.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hold-
ridge and family of Fort Worth
visited Sunday with her sister and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Hall-
mark and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lott and
Mrs. Moriee Blankenship, and Mrs.
Cant Clendeain of Stephenville
visited Thursday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Eddleman.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tarver Jr.
and family of Fort Worth visited
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Tarver and Jimmy.
Mr. and Mrs. Price McMahan
of Stephenville visited Sunday af-
ternoon with Mr. and Mrs. C .C.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rice and
MafcwMfepd Eddy ef Stephenville,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hamilton
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tlonal relations, public affairs,
safety, community service, and
status of women. The Stephen-
ville club won * 1st place in the
safety division in their claae of a
city less than 100,000.
Mrs. Helen F. Pugh, local CHDA
accepted an award to the Stephen-
ville club for their bulletins also
in the class of cities of less than
Dr. Martha Kelly of New Or-
leans directed a session on the
status of women. A distinguished
attorney, Mrs. Ara Hyde, imme-
diate past governor, of Dallas
spoke on the legal status of wom-
en and Mrs. Lillian Walker, state
representative of Louisiana, Baton
Rouge, presented the function and
work of the governor’s commisy
sions on the status of women. Mr*.
Walker was recently named “Loui-
sianian of the Year”. Lt. Governor
Almeda Dorman, Shreveport, in-
troduced the girls who reported
on ‘Z’ Clubs.
Delegates and officers were hon-
ored at luncheons held Friday and
Saturday noon at Downtowner
Motor Inn. At the Friday luncheon
Miss Lucy King, of the Stephen-
ville club, was honored and pre-
sented a trophy for her work in
Internationa] Relations. Miss Minn
Ferguson of Stephenville who at-
tended the conference as a guest
of Miss King, also atended the
Climaxing the conference was a
banquet Saturday evening at Pine-
crest Country Club with Bob Mur-
phy, Nacogdoches, speaker.'
Other Zonta club members from
Stephenville attending the confer-
ence were Mary A. Moore, club
president, Mattie Walker and La- !
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of Shelby visit* I Saturday night
with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Whise- 1
—Mr. and Mrs. J. P- Ca-lndi.and i
family of Gmnbuiy visited Sdb- i
urday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Parkj.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parks visit-
ed Monday with Mrs. Altiut Parks
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Shaw and
Mrs. Ola Holley of Cisco visited
Sunday fatemoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Whisenant.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones and
girls spent the weekend in Fort
Worth with her sister, Mrs. Dean
Holford and son.
Mr. and Mfs. John Ellison and
Mrs. Emma Yardley. Mr. and Mrs.
Jake Christian and Mrs. Nell
Christian all of Stephenville and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Creager of Men-
tone visited Sbnday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Riddle of
School HiH. • ,
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Jacffson of
on her feet a lot! Hoom-
wives, expectant mothera,
working women, women
with mild varicose veins
... have been wearing
Supp-hose and repacting
wonderful reeuHil __
* Costs Just one-third * *
you’d expect to pay l
• All nylon, contains M
robber! . d
* Washes like any other flne
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Fort Worth and Mr. and Mm.
Wayne Feazelle of Hunt visited
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Preston Eddleman aad J. A.
Eddleman. J. A. has heme BL
The Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Aaron
of Fort Worth were dinner gusto -
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. G
Moon and famihr.
Mrs. Carroll Byers and Mary
Francis visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Kelley Sunday af-
ternoon. It was Mr. Kelley’s birth-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hare ef Sem-
inole visited Monday and Tuesday
with Mr. and Mrs. Preston Eddie
mqn and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Weed
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