Stephenville Empire-Tribune (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 94, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, December 18, 1964 Page: 4 of 18
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FRIDAY. DECEMBES 18. 1M4
STEPHENVTLLB EMPIRE-TRIBUNE, WEP1HKVHLB, TEXAS
the Re»t Heme* Monday. Besides
their cheerful free ting* they car-
ried 70 beautiful corsage* and a
number of candles for decorations.
These thing* brought cheer to the
aged and siak. <
Morgan -Mill School had the ball
tournament last w4ek» Various
schools were repreaefeted and much
enthnsiamm was displayed.
We Ire looking forward to the
Christmas program at the School
Thursda ynight and also at the
Baptist Church Sunday night
The shower Saturday night was
well attended and the groom look-
ed handsome as he made his
“Thank Yon” speech and invited
all to visit hi* home after his mar-
riage in Antelope.
The brothers and sisters of the
Huckabee family met Sunday at
tie home of Mr. and Mrs. Toucett
Day for a family reunion. They
were from various parts of the
state. The honored guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Huckabee from
California who will soon be going
back after enjoying their Texas
OWN THE RIVER—Take a tog raft, a jazz combo, the Iaar River near
and a bunch of lively teen-agera. Mix lightly and you’ve^ «rot
noon* Most_evciybody g*t* . __,------1 —**— appu*
Billy Mclnroe of StephenvlUa
preached at the Church of Christ
Sunday. Ha was accompanied by
his wife and daughter, Lynette and
Mrs. Mary Sullivan.
Jon Scott of Hko visited his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John*
ny Scott over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and
son of Fort Worth were dinner
guests in the home of Mr. and
Dearest Santa Claus, ed films at the Church oi Christ
, 1 Sunday.
I am writing you a letter for Mr and Mrg BiU Martin of Ste-
my three children. James Michael' phenville visited with his sister,
Lingle is almost five years old Ur. Stanley Roach, Sat-
and he would like an electric train, | m-^y night. ' _____
a'gun, a Hr. PotatoTlead Brand Mrs- Toby Brilea and
flashlight Charlotte Kay Lingle cy]dren of Denton, Mr. and Mrs.
is almost four years old and she Wendan Scott, children and Paula
would like a doll stroller, a table , Cottln Qf jrort Worth and Mrs. Bob
and chair set, a Katie the Karrot, jjeywg and children of Hico visited
and a flashlight. Michele Ann wHh Mr aBd Mm. H. H. Talley
Lingle is 13% months old and she Uat weekend.
would like some pull toys, blocks, Mr and Mrs. Paschal Brown
a tractor to ride and a big red ^ Harry had as visitor* last
ball. Santa my children have been WTOkend. Mr. ,n<l Mrs. M. G. Walt-
little angel* thi* year. So pleaae Burnati Mr. Bnd Mr*. P. D.
he good to them. They all want to ( Agh and children, Stephenville,
tell you some cookie* and milk Tommy and Gary Burden, Mrs.
, - - ' “ A. B. Naul, Mr. and . Mrs. Aron
Naul and children of Hico and
Mr*. A. B. Naul spent last week-
end with Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Naul
and family. t.' !
Mrs. Frank Undaey and sous. HT
Mr. and Mrs. Paschal Brown
visited in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. P. D. Ash and family, St*,
Earl Elkins, Dallas, a format
resident of Duffau, died recently.
He was the brother of Festal Kk> t
kina. ; t
with wife, Mr. and lira. Bill
Thompson from Colorado City and
Mr*. Thompson’* sister Mrs. Lar-
ence McConnell of Dublin.
Mr. Bob VandcveT of Portland,
Oregon, is visiting his brother and
family, the Bill Vandever*. It had
been about 60 year* since he visit-
Mr. and Mr*. Cecil Moore recenr-
e dword of the birth of a daugh-
ter, Natali* Ann. to Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Ob re of California. Mike W in
the Air Force.
We are sorry to hear that Mr.
Houser is in the hospital at this
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brooks
visited Sunday In Fort Worth and
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lamer, Mrs.
Una Holder and Mrs. Jessie Davie
attended the Golden Wedding Cele-
Mr. and Mrs. James Lingle,
Michael, Charlotte, and
Penney’, FAMOUS 100v. ACRYLIC
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Roast beef and steaks may turn'
up on the specials lilt at many
food markets this weekend. Lamb
in the Northeast **d turkey* ta
the Southeast also will b* on the
bargain meat counter.
Wholesale egg price* inched up-
ward, but butter 1* down in soma
Potato price* are expected to re-
main high for a time in meet
areas. The fall crop In the North
was below average.
At the fresh produce counter*
ther should bo good supplies of
brocooli, carrot#, celery, eggplant,
lettuce, onions, peppers, squash,
■west potatoes, tomatoes, toma-
toes and turnip*, plus apples, ba-
nanas, grapefruit, oranges, taa-
gerincs, grape* and pear*. .
Beef appear* headed for. the
“feature food” rating in many
part* of the Midwest. Good buy*
Mrs. Tom Spell
The Lockett Circle, First Bap-
tist Church, met with Mr*. Tom
Spell, 1062 W. Green Monday af-
ternoon, for their Christina*
meeting and program. Bowls of
I have been a good boy. I am
seven years old and I am in Mrs.
Madeley’s claa* at school. I would
like to have a wrist watch, clothes,
candy and fruit I would rather
have the watch than the bike 1
first asked for. 1’R be looking for
Love, Derrell Glenn Parrack
FULL FIVE YEAR GUARANTEE/
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ing. Snap-fit comers. Machine wash, lukewarm water.
DUAL CONTROL........$21 < “
stretcher*” to get every one in-
side. A wonderful ainging. Lota of
good eats and a good time waa en-
joyed by alL
Zonta’s Golden Age
Party Attracts 39
Some 89 women attended the
1 annual Zonta Club Golden Age
i Chriatmaa Party Tuesday night
| at the 20th Century Club Build-
Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus and
many more attractions were on
Nandina and a dining table laid
with an appliqued
ar 8anta Claus, with an appliqued green felt
1 am three year* old. I have cj0th> centered with a bowl of red
ed hard to be a good boy. I berries, lent a festive air to the
aid like to have a cannon, guns, interior of the home,
later*, clothe*, ’candy and fruit. Mrs. E. P. Knotts, circle chair-
. sure and bring the candy. Don’t presided over the business
rget my brother*. meeting, and Mia* Emma Buck,
Love, Ricky Paul Parrack secretary reed the minute* of the
.....” — previous meeting. Circle chair-
_ . men gave their reports.
SL^myou doing at the North *ra. Spell, >nismon study d«afr-
5.7 On December 25, I want man, gave tea irfr^u te 1*
u to bring me a wriat watch for ***on. <*P L^‘‘FYontiers
iristmas. I also want some ft* JKJE*
ithea, candy and fruK. I wear
lc 10. and live at 808 Morgan Other member* taking 1^ <»*■
ill Road. I have tried to be good P™*™” w'c B^tl^ Mi-Sk
Love," Roy Don Parrack Stramler also *»v# the D^otion-
’ ■ • al, and read the Prayer Calendar
hi Hatlte flfawh V'__—- tor ■ «**•*■«
I want * guitar, I want Shrink- » prayer-
Violet. My two brothers and me A gift exchange, in lieu <d
ant a tttnnet-of-fun. Barry la £hrirtmaa. followed, with Mrs.
me, plea** bring him a tricycle. SpeU and Mias Hick* in eharge.
agon, truck, and a Bug* Bunny The ho.tea* served , dainty re-
* freehmdnt* plate to Mme*. Rliftia
I help mam. with the dishes and | TaylOr, C. * Conley, J. R. Hod-
•m a good girl. And my baby g~. Mae Lhuney E^ P. Knotts,
•other can nut up hii alioes and Joan Farmar, R. W. Stramlar, W.
FLUFFY BLEND BLANKETS
include chuck and rib roasts, rib
■teak* and hamburger.
Some Wore* will be introducing
the holiday turkey, but ehickea la
hand as the ladies enjoyed the
Christmas Party and entertain-
Entertainment included Pat An-
Warmth-without-weight Rayon/Orion in all your favorite colors. Supemap finished
to resist pilling, shedding, machine washable.-
considered Ole low-budget best
choice this weekend.
draws, son of Mr. and Mr*. Wade
THREE FAMOUS TOWNCRAFTS!
Andrews, piano; Mat Taylgr of
the Foster Home, Christina*
songs; Mrs. Alice Funkhouser, a
Christinas carol and Mmea. C. H.
Goodwin, J. M. Reagan, and
Niona Hollis presented Christmas
readings. Mias Hollis from Mil-
waukee, is visiting her aiator, Mrr.
Local merchants donated gifts,
calendars and candy for favor*.
Cub Scouts Donate
Food, Clothing for
Long sleeve shirts of easy care
Dacron and combed Cotton with
little or no-iron finish! Short point
collar; proportioned for better fit.
Neck sixes 14 to 16%, 32 to 84
Cub Seout Pack 18 met la
Chamberlin School Auditorium
Monday night Due to the absence
of the Cub Master, Gordon Park*,
the Pack committee chairman, |A1-
ton Goddard, conducted the meat-
Den three was In charge of the
room arrangement and
Long sleeve shirt of 100% Pima
Cotton. Short point collars and
proportioned for better fit. Neck
aises 14 to 17. 82 to 84 sleeves.
In October 1968, Oetersund, a
lakeside city in central Sweden,
reported Its first lemming Inva-
sion since 1939.
C. Butler and Miss Emma Buck,
Miss Lora Fields and Mias Pearl
room arrangement and Dana
four and six led the cubs imd
parent* In an Opening ceremdny.
Rev. Leslie Green led the gr*up
in singing Christmas carols with
Mr*. Georg* Desha arrompaning
On the piano.
The Cubs brought gifts of feed
and clothing for a needy fanlily.
For passing some of the tre-
quirements, the following Cub
Scouts received awards: Philip
Orbison, Wolf Badge, Gold Arrow
point, and three Silver Arfow
points; Vic Johnson, Bear Gold
Arrow point, Silver Arrow paint,
end Lion Badge; Clyde Rhodes,
Bear Badge; Larry Burkett, two
year Service Pin; Rodney Green,
Lion Badge; Dusty J. Rhodes,
Lion Badge; Jerry Bob Brown,
Denner Bar; Frits Parka, Dertier
Bar; Ken Satterwhlte, Lion Bad-
ge, and Gqld Arrow point. ’
| DEL 701
Den eix won the trophy for
having the hi ghost percentage of
parents at the meeting. Deo two
closed the meeting by leading
everyone in the Scooter’* Ben-
ediction. Den One had the respon-
sibility of putting chairs back in
the proper place after the close
of the meeting.
No ironing needed! Short point collar and long aleeve* with convertible
RECORD YEAR—A record number of American* voted in^the pU preMdentte! ele»
Columbus gar# dm count
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