Stephenville Empire-Tribune (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 94, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, December 4, 1964 Page: 3 of 16
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STEPHENVILLE EMPIRE-TRIBUNE. STEPHENVILLE. TEXAS
Mrs. N. Keahey Honoree
Of Recognition Ceremonies
at msspho re
Lale Carden Club
afmhUi . .t.1^ “
CM for thesr
toon with her identity
■ Uol These includ
on Stanley Mateos,
teas stone, who, as
old boy, had Mrs.
ol fas Dallas. He said
aha was one of the best teachers
he had and would never forgot
her telling him that she thought
he would surely wiggle himself to
death. Mrs. Keahey still keeps in
touch with him, as she does all
her old friends.
Mia. i Dr. T. R. Keahey of Canton,
Cere- Texas sad nephew of Mrs. Keah-
eial pro- ey*s late husband, Norton, was
also a surprise guest for this oe-
i felt as eaaion. He, very tnaderiy told of
revealed his love and admiration for “Aunt
emhrr with a re- Nan”, and assured all present
leading ap to her that she was the nicest thing that
eventually her ever happened to his family. He
status as a rttisen of Huff Dale, said that she psasrasod all the
The well kept secret was now* virtues which we all desire,
made kaowa, and foe friends and* Mrs. Mabry Milhollin. the
relatives ad Mrs. Norton Keahey, i fanner I la Keahey. and cousin to
hatter known as “Mrs. Nan”, set-' “Nan” by marriage, remembered
tied down to enjoy events in the ’ quite wed when oho came into
life af ane af Bluff Dale's
real Ralph Edwards' This Is Tour
Ufa fashion. Mrs. Lack Denver
escorted each emprise guest ao he
or she greeted the guest of honor.
Pint t# ho preoeuted was Mrs.
Atha Bennett af
•f afl the things she
Man” had done was as
as it was twvanling.
Mias Nona Akaid from Weath-
erford, was neither old friend
with whose family Mrs. Keahey
had lived whan alia taught school
hi Weatherford. Mrs. Akatd
treated Nancy like she was her
own daughter. “Mrs. Nan" was
hviag with them when Mrs.
petal to a friend who had given
berth to a baby daughter. The ‘
friend was a Mrs. Martin and aha,
named her baby. Mary, as Mrs.
Ahold's namesake. This little girlt
turned out to ha Texas’ own Mary j
Sosa Mrs. Keahey’* son, Tom,*
was presented, and he assured all,
todI U^ thTtott, when to^enid, j
mottorT * ** . , *
By this time, most af the and-
ras being ro-
of which she
under that tor eyes were brim-
■mg along with everyone rise's.
Letters that Mrs. Canty Tar-'
rough had received from many
relatives of Mrs.
the family. She noted that “Nan"
always served tea to all who call-
ed at tor ranch home and, ones,
even gave a gardes party. Ila mid
that in all her life she had seldom
soon such culture and refinement
and, as a young girl, she wanted
to learn mom about it.
Mrs. Wendell Keahey married
into the Keahey family many
years after Non did and came to
leva and respect her as a very
good friend as well ao a relative.
Like all the others she felt like
her life tod been enriched by
During the eary part af Mrs.
Keahey’s marriage and many
years after, she and her husband
owned a ranch south of Bluff
Dale and not far from the Rode
Church community. Another sur-
prise guest, Theodore Buff, re-
called those early dags when he
was o small boy. His earliest re-
ef “Mrs. Nan” was of
riding through their place on
with her husband as
they wore chasing a wolf. He also
told how for many years she had
taught a Sunday School dam at
Rock Church, and does ao oven
now when she ran. He said tor
great knowledge of the Bible had
been of much benefit and inspira-
tion to thsir little church.
Mrs. Branch Williams recalled
the day whan Nan organised a
dub for the wusasu o^ Rock
Church and how ■ it was respon-
sible for community Improve-
ment. Mr*. Aubrey Read, another
Rock Chtfrch Wighhor. fondly ro-
osombersid tor long friendship
Tributes came from all and
among them was one from Mrs.
E. L. Rhoades Jr., in behalf of
the Bluff Dole Baptist Church.
She told bow Mrs. Keofcv hod
toon the artist who had done the
beautiful painting behind the bap-
tistry. Mrs. Lou Coopersmith, •
fellow artist and friand told how
Stage Mass Sit-In
t BERKELEY, Calif. (A — More
than 800 University of California
students staged an all-night lit-
fal inside the school’s administra-
tion building until they were ar-
rested fn masse today by highway
patrol officers, police from near-
j by cities and cheriffs deputies.
A phalanx of polka cordoned
off the buildings — Sprout Hali-
te sympathizers and onlooker*
massed daring the early morning
hours. Other officers took stud-
ents — some protesting limply —
| to hoses waiting to carry the re-
bels to the county prison farm.
More than 100 police officers
The students refused Chancel-
lor Edward Strong's plea that
they disperse peacefully. The
young men and women had gath-
ered in Sproul Hall to protest the
administration’s refusal that they
give in to demands that charges
she had mot Nan in the late
thirties and, although she thought
she bad retired from teaching art,
Nan persuaded her to give her
some lessons. This brought Mrs.
Coppersmith out of retirement,
and she and Mrs. Keahey are still
very much in the field of art.
Mrs. Lock Dearer concluded tfap
program with a tribute in poetry
i to “Mr*. Nan” and presented her
• n took of daily devotional# from
i the auk
! The hostesses, Mrs. Morris
Hutcheson, Mrs. A. D. Logan and
Mias liras Ellis bud s beautiful
table from which refreshments
! were served ns club members and
guests gathered in Fellowship
I Hall to pay further honor to
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be dropped against four students.
The students are leaders of the
Free Speech Movement which has
been demanding “full political
rights” on the campus. The ack-
nowledged leader of the move-
ment, Mario Savio, was among
those cared away to jail on the
The arrests were
Gov. Edmund G.
The university had charged
Savio and three others — Art
Goldberg, his sister Jackie, and
Brian Turner — with violating
university rules forbidding on-
campus membership and fund sol-
icitation for off-campus organiza-
The arresting process was alow.
Polios moved in teams to drag
limp bodies from the building's
fourth floor. The teams slapped
number cards on the youths,
photographed them and whisked
them away to th4> buses.
Hundreds of others were sleep-
ing, cuddled together for warmth
under blankets and makeehift cov-
ers, on the third sad second floors
of the large building. At a sec-
ond-floor window, members of the
student body climbed ropes into
the hall "to join in the protest.
Two discovered, the influx was
greater than the evacuation.
O r t g ifc a 11 y 1,000 students
crowded the hall, but many left
when the campus police ordered
the doors locked Wednesday
night Those who remained were
not arrested but police warned
them to leave.
They refused. They prepared
for a long stay. The Free Speech
Movement supplied punch,
and sandwhidiee. Those trapped
in the building chanted and
Then early today the word
came that the Alameda County
sheriff* office, the State High-
way Patrol, and ■ Berkeley and
campus police were preparing to
clear the building and arrest its
Chancellor Strong asked the de-
monstrators to ‘‘immediately dis-
The chancellor’s plea was met
with vacuous stares and passive
are handy niffs!
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to give MYL©H§
in time for the gift seasonl
high on the ^
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1.00 to 2.50
3.95 to 4.95
5.95 to 8.95
UMMUiIHi . 'MtHto6HtoMM6a6MHMIWWH
By MRS. ROT RARNBLL
Now that we’ve seen the last of
the Thanksgiving turkey, at at
least old Tom Turkey in in the
hash form by this time and most
of us would welcome a good. °M
juicy hkmburjper, ip moat circles
our thoughts are turning back to
the diet, we seem to have forgot-
ten last Thursday and to Christ-
mas and the many preparations
that must be attended to within
the next few short weeks. And as
usual the Parnell children are
Also, birthday greetings are
sent to Gary Dempeey who will be
14 years old Thursday, Decem-
ber 3rd, and his brother, Gregory,
celebrated his 11th hirthday Wed-
nesday, November 26th. The boys
are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. G. H.
The Hoy Parnell family, Roy’s
sister Mrs. Terry Harrison and
her granddaughter, Miss Carolyn
Voss, spent Thanksgiving day
with our Abilene relatives. This
year Thanksgiving festivities,
Mrs JOHN M. WATTS'#*™
“We Give Gold Bond Stamps”
Majestic Has Triple Bill
-Kitten With Whip Tops
way ahead of their mother, having j along with n surprise birthday
made their lists several weeks ago! party for Roy's mother, Mrs. Del-
The Teh a Larina Chapter of the
D.A.R. .will meet for their regu-
lar meeting next Wedneeday, Dec.
9, in foe Community Room of foe
Stephenvflte State Bank. Mem*
hers are asked to bring clean us-
ed clothing for a Christmas box
to bo. given to the Kota Duncan
Smith 8chool in Alabama. Gifts
of clothing from other friends
will be appreciated.
THE STATE OP TEXAS
REGARDLESS Of SIZE!
BED SIZE IS NO PROBLEM:
wt MAvt srm ass ieamb poe amt «*
MATTSHB* BOX SPUMCOa EXTRA LOMCRAIU
to ptT youx m. also qucbm su adaptor
BAILS THAT KRAUT YOU TO IMi AT* s BO* Bto
which closely resemble a requisi-
tion order for the army, and I am
also getting a lot of unsolicited
help from our three year old son
who quite by accident discovered
last year’s Christinas wrapping
stickers and has gleefully plaster-
ad little atjeky Santas all over foe
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Huffinan,
Jr. end children of Lubbock ar-
rived Friday evening for a visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Huffman, Sr., and stayed
until 8unday afternoon.
Mrs. “Digger” (Danah Ruth)
Proctor and sons, “Jay” and Rob
of Zapata are visiting for a few
la Parnell, was held in the home
of Roy's sister and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Luekio and Bren-
in a paradox that could happen
only in show business, Ann-Mar-
gret has gone bad to make good.
She has chucked the whole
sweetaess-and-light' hit, in a career
transition from fluff to frenzy.
It seems only yesterday that
she hit foe heights as the singing,
dancing and utterly wholesome in-
genue of “Bye, Bye Birdie.” She
was so groat a success in that, it
left her almost no place else to go
as a good girl.. In pictures, there
is very little market for goodness.
Plus the fact that foe world mar-
ket for musical films is limited;
somehow, foreigners just don’t dig
da. Our spry little “Granny” will that type of picture, with
day, Danah, and may
Tu nr Sheriff at Mr CnuOUa ’
the State ef T«ae—GREETING:
Ton ar* hereby coaiaianded to rai
ba published once earb weak for
reeke. the flnit
be et least twenty-elirht day»
return dar thereof. In a newspaper print-
ed In Broth County. Texas, the eeeompanr-
Ins cltatloa. af which the herein below
wlwr la a true copy.
CITATION ET PUBLICATION
THE STATE OK TEXAS
TO: DENNY CASTON STEPHENS. Da-
YOU ARB HEREBY COMMANDED to
of Erath County at the Court House there-
of In Stepbenrille, Texas, by fillns a writ-
ten answer at or before IS o'clock A. M. at n| Mte B— m
& zzszs:News Briefs
the Mesa nee of this citation, wane bains
the 4th day of Jaauary A.D. 1M4. to Plain-
tiffs Petition filed In mid court, on the
Uth day of Austut A.D. 1M4. In this
a numbered INK on the docket at
mid court and sty lad Carolyn Sue Ste-
phens, Plaintiff, vbl Danny Canton Ste-
fce 76 years old the 3rd of Dec-
ember, and in order for our Sur-
prise party to remain such, we
told all of the younger grand-
children that “Mum was foe
word”, but they thought the
“mum” we referred to was a
flower and very nearly gave away
the well guarded secret, but since
Granny’s hearing isn’t quite as
good as it used to be, everything
worked out fine. Roy returned
home Thursday evening to take
care of the weekend hunting
with her parents, Mr. end guests, and th* children and I
Blake Morrison. Incidental- drove on to San Angelo to visit
ly, someone tolls us that Mrs. with my Mother, Mrs. Cap Stone,
Proctor had n birthday on Sun-; end Aunt, Mrs. Fenton Stewart,
day, November 2»th. Happy birth- and other relatives too numerous
FURNITURE ~ APPUANCES
brief yteteuMUt of the nature of this
■ all I* m follow., to-wit: Cry el TVeol-
m l» more fully ehowu by Plain-
tiff. Petition on file I* thie oult.
If flilo citation h not •erred within
ninety dnye attar tee dele at He teeuxnoe.
It ithali he returned uoeerrod.
thk wftt «hnn
eecordfns to re-
■ Si. Mp4; obime
hereof, and tanks due return m ten law
no. . .
Issued and (Ivan unde
tee caul of said court
Texas, this the 29th d.
Irate County. 1
By Laveretl dot
K. DANIELS Clerk,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dunson vis-
ited in Corpus Christi with their
son George Dunson, his wife, and I Jointed time,
son Jeff during the Thanksgiving1
Mr. and Mrs.
spent the weekend
with their daughter and husband
Mr. and Mr*. Gary Robbins.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Fitzgerald s
qjf Sulphur Springs visited Mr.
and Mrs. Thurman Fitzgerald last
Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. John Wright spend
Thangsgiving with her son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
to mention. Roy made me promise
earlier that we would leave for
home Sunday at one o’clock sharp
to avoid the haavy holiday traf-
fic and I made him promise he
would wear hie brightest jacket
when he was in foe deer hunting
area so no-one would mirtske him
for a buck. But as you might
guess, “Cinderella’s” time of de-
parture was 2 instead of the ap-
and my coach turn-
ed back into a pumpkin and pro-
bably several pair of shoes were
left behind, but on the other hand,
I’m reasonably certain font Roy
forgot to wear hjs
rod, yellow and black plaid Jack-
Hr; .. v ______l
Absolutely pure water is a rare
substance. Water easily dissolves
mdny substances and a (Treat
many of these always are present
in natural waters.
exception. And since films of that
type are also quite costly to make,
there is also little incentive to do
Plus the fact, of course, that
bad girl roles are more interest-
ing than the good kind.
Which explains why, on the
heels of her greatest success, Ann-
Margrct is switching her type.
And is she ever switching! In
“Kitten With a Whip,” her first
movie in the new metier, she goes
all out as an intendedly feline, al-
ley-cat sort of girl who exercises
her very apparent wiles as a temp-
tress, to all but wreck a good
man’s life and career. Her victim
is portrayed by actor John For-
sythe. Universal’s tense melo-
drama. “Kitten With a Whip,”
comes Thursday to the Majestic
Fortunately for the success of
her portrayal, it happens that Ann-
Margret possesses oil foe requi-
sites. Nature has been bountiful
to her. She is a sex kitten by in-
clination. tantalizing and tempes-
tuous alike. She has the essential
physical equipment in grant abun-
dance. She projects a degree of
animal magnetism so fervid that
it could be parcelled out to other
gfrls loos generously endowed, at
no loss to the original owner.
With this head start, the hard-
ly needs to act, too, but she does.
The screenplay cells for a certain
continuity of event
must adhere. But
part, Ann-Margrot does what
comes natural to Ann-Margret —
and when she doss, It Is only nat-
ural that she quickens the pulse
beat of all men whom she encount-
er*. The particular man In the
film, John Forsythe, plays an up-
standing citizen possessed of a
shaky marriage and of an aspira-
tion to hold high public office.
Ann-Margrct’s wilful, unbidden
intrusion into his life is all that
it takes to imperil both his house-
hold and his career.
Ann-Morgret’s aggressive sen-
suality is as effective as it is con-
vincing. With the result that she
appears to have carved out a whole
new career for herself with this
one performance, a scant three
year* and five films sines fate
brought her to Hollywood,
singing with a-combo and look
for a job.
The turning point has been
reached; from now on, the jobs
look for Ann-Margrot.
Hico Drama Club tu •
Present Play Dec. 14
The Hico High School Drama
Club will present Joseph Kesserl-
ring’s delightful comedy “Arsenic
and Old Lace” Monday evening,
December 14, in the Hico High
Connie Bullock and Claudia Sa-
fer at the eccentric Brewster sis-
ters, Miss Abby and Miss Martha,
keep the plot moving at a rapid
pace. Their nephews, also Brews-
ters, are represented by James
Randals as Mortimer, John Crow
as Teddy, and Barry Polk as Jeno-
Lynn Malone plays the pari of
Dr. Einstein, and Sharon Howard
ia cast as Mortimer’s fiancee,
Other students m supporting
roles are Steve Knudson, Wayne
Rom, Dwain Fait, Leslie Royal,
Joe Tooley, Jim Lackey, and Rom
Stage technicians are Cherry D.
Ramage, Ann McClarry, and Ca-
thy Cryer; aad the publicity com-
mittee includes Glenda Ogle, Lao
Anne Shepherd, aad Lynn Redden.
Curtain time is 7:30 p.m., and
___admission ST BOc for adults and
to whieh she “c f°r students
for the moat
SAW A TOOL
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ANDERSEN SAW s’HOP
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