Stamford American (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 9, 1973 Page: 6 of 14
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MRS. JOHN BLAKE HANSEN
bouquet of yellow sweetheart home in Lubbock
built for active
double knees on
Perfect for school
or play. LEVI’S
name he knows
enter Hardin-Simmons Univer
sity as ■ freshman this fall.
Haskell High School will have
its homecoming Noy. 9-10.
dents of this
Ribbons will be awarded only
to entries listed in the-fair book,
but any articles may be exhibit-
The cdsuol shoes you'll love. Women's crinkle po-
tent, two eyelet tie with a crepe sole and heel. In
black, red, novy, bone and ton. Sizes 5 to 10.
with a lacy
PACK SIX ' STAMFORD AMERICAN
Stamford Textt*. Thursday, August 9, 1973
exhibit. Refer to Kerr's and
Ball’s special awards following
the Women’s Divsion Rules.
Mr., Mrs. Roy F. Coates
will live in Lubbock
Mrs. R. C. Shelton is an-
nouncing the engagement and
approaching marriage of her
granddaughter, Marion Ann
Frick of Garland, to Joel Bay
enjoyed • a
San Antonio i
RENT YOUR RAND OR ORCHESTRA
Mr and Mrs, Ralph W
Carpenter, Clark and Chip of
Lubbock and Mr. and Mrs. Don
C Martin, Bret and Allison of
Brownwood spent the past week
with their parents, Mr and Mrs
N W Boedeker
Mrs Gene Brooks of Plano
was matron of honor for her
mother > . . ’—
roses, stephanotis, gypsophelia
and Hahns ivy.
" :e of Midland
GIBSON GUITARS PEAVEY AMPS
STORY t CLARK PIANOS LOWERY ORGA
Twenty-nine members of the
Dorcas Bible Class attended
their tri-annual luncheon meet-
ing held Aug 7 in the Brother-
hood Room of St. John’s United
A social hour preceded the
Mrs Jarrell Sharp gave the
invocation and Mrs. A. R.
Watson, president, presided
Announcements and reports
The closing prayer was given
by Mrs. Swenson Davis.
couple is how living at 1904
•South cnfflfflrrcta! .’Utt isuir.-fllier
is Anson High School librarian
and seniji'r speeetlJeacher. He
dg'-a Texaco dealer in Hamlin.
_Ttu^aMwhpUMUK3&Es of the.
Dorcas Class has
We are not responsible for
articles left in the fair building
after closing time of the fair.
Exhibits will be left on display
from 9 a m. Aug 16 until 3 p.m.
Aug. 18. Exhibits cannot be
removed before 3 p m Aug 18
All entires shall be judged
individually according to home
demonstration score card
All canned foods must be in
standard jars to be accepted for
tes of Start*
>he is also a
Grilled hamburgers, beans,
relishes, pickles, chips, cookies,
soft drinks, tea and coffee were
served. , •
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Lawson, Modelie Gamblin, Mr.
and Mrs. Danny Lammert, Mr. __
and'Mrs. Gary Bell, Paula VVfICOm* TO TUB
Carlan, Gail Robertson, Russell MEW BUIE'S
Johnson antf James Meadows IVEn wwifc B
journalism major at Texas
Tech University this fall.
Miss Carlan, who has been
circulation manager at The
Stamford American for the past
Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Craig yw. 8r?d^,te
entertained members of The
Stamford American staff with a
hamburger supper served in the
back yard of their home Mon-
day night. - Gas company
Terry cloth covers were used . i____ dividend
on the foursome tables which <i«ctare* dlvWOna
were qgnt^pd with votive can- Lone Star Gas Company,
dies - which serves Stamford last
week declared a regular
quarterly dividend of thirty-six
and one-half (36W) cents per
share of common stock payable
to shareholders of record Aug.
two-piece beige suit with a silk
multicolor blouse and beige
accessories. She carried her
granddaughter’s small white
Bible that she had given her
when she was one-year old.
.....The reception was held in the
.. .Following Their wedding trip
O. H. Weaver; Jr. of Hamlin to Monterrey, Mexico, the
was his father’s best man.
. -Pianist . was - her- grand-
daughter. MiSs Beverly Brooks,
son. Bill Brooks, oL.Plauo
Given in marriage by her son.
chapel length. "J”
Her attendants wore orchid
nylon dotted swiss gowns and
orchid picture frame hats. They
carried Bo-Peep type staffs
adorned with orchid and hot
The reception was heldLin the
church fellowship hall. The re-
hearsal dinner was held at the
Oreim Givie Center----—
Wjgmgn, for fg
mer Martha Jo Baird, and her
d'augMN** r Los
Angelas," Calif., are here vis-
iting her mother, Mrs. Reginald
R. Baird. ’ The superintendents and as-
-------------------~n sistants of the Jones County-
Fair met August 3 in tjie county
, ■■ , agent's-
and improve this year’s fair-
Those ladies attending were
Mrs. Dennis Butler, Mrs. Helen
Haynes. Mrs. Ab Hunter, Mrs.
James Creel, Mrs. M R Cloud,
Mrs. Jimmy Muehlstein, Mrs.
Garland Price, Mrs. Vera
Price, Mrs Carl Carlton, Mrs.
J. G. Heald. Mrs Karl
Bonneaux, Mrs. Alma Foster,
Mrs Hollis Irvin, Mrs. Dee
Patty, and Necy Wilburn, as-
sistant-County Extension Agent
Fair catalogues are now
available to the public, but as a
reminder the general rules for
the Women’s and Teenage
Division are listed below:
All entrjes must be in place by
5 p.m. Aug. 15.
Entries will only be accepted
Floor Strip A Wax
Commercial A Residential
clubs to host
lemon yellow linen smocked - -
halter dress with matching Opon the door to o now W. with mu.k for your child,
shawl and wide brimmed hat. ■---
She carried a nosegay of
Talisman daiaey pom poms,
daisies and gypsophelia.
Randy Stevenson of Ariing-
... The bride wore a formal g<>wn
Mrs. Crow, O. Hi Weaver will marry
lay on the V necked bodice and
long slender slejeves. Wide
for the double ring ceremony.
Music was b’y Mrs. Bruce
The bride is the daughter, of
Mr and Mrs. Clark Newton
Wilkinson Jr, of Midland. Mr.
and Mrs Johnny Morris Hansen ton brother inlaw of the groom,
of Stamford are parents of the was best man. Ushers were
bridegroom. • Peter Bailey Wilkinson of Hwfo
________ _ ‘Twas sta,e Uiilveisily—pYgsWTectTirniatiiage by her Brownfield, brother—of the clarinet
Mrs Coatesisa 1973graduate They will be married Satur- father, the bride wo're a formal bride, and Bill Lowke of F«fr-ao«?-
of Ozona High Schoofs Mr^.day, Sept. 8, in Amerson_ gown of white silken organza. Worth, .-r, . , . £***__
Coatqp-is a candidate for Chapel, St John’s United embellished with white Venise ’ the reception "Was. held" a>*Ahe Sox
. . December l»fWSB»Bdn at-Texas ' Methodrai Otwch iaV?»-The sleeveless princess Ranchland Hills Country.Hub. - : >
whtrh he ............ .....silhouette • featured . a .large The bride » a May graduate- Twnw 5ax
E&'ptiSY^lw formed"^ '
of .lace flowers and was adorned
Patti Gayle Schroeder be-- Tech University with a degree
came the bride of Roy Fleet in animal production.
Coates in a ceremony read After a trip to DAUas, they
Saturday in the Ozona United will live in Lubbock.
Methodist Church. The Rev. ---------------—
John Berkley officiated. -
Marvin Myers, son of Mrs.
Rob Myers of Munday and
vocational agriculture teacher
at Crowell, was recently
honored by the Vocational Agri-
culture Teachers Association of
Texas with a 35-year tenure pin.
Miss Robertson will return to n. Lone Star Gas
.VUi?0Ck 773-3434 Stamford
weekend and wjll be a junior
Mr. and Mi
children of A
and Mrs. B
Mr. and N
ington of D
and Mrs W1
John Clark ‘
Mr and M
and Mrs. J. C. Schroeder and
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coates. AAm* ’ Innl/ine
Organist was Mrs L B. Cox fYlF. jeilKlIla
HI and soloist was Judy Ander-
son of Dallas.
Mrs. Bill Trammel- of
Breckenridge was her cousin’s
matron of honor Bridesmaids
were" Suzanne Williams,
Virginia Henderson and Marcia
Overton of Stamford. Junior
‘brjdesmaid was Cindy Burnett Jenkins, also of Garland. He is
of Waco, cousin of the bride. the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.-
Morris Lee was his brother’s Je£j.TS Si^fS? mJ
best man Groomsmen were Joe L aMJ“ rf a”d Mr’
Vandenburg of Spearman,
James Pagan, Gary Mitchell „’ad “ate rt wSt Texas State
and Rodney Pagan. Guests We8t TexaS Sta,e
W.TcSea^t<!!!aX Schr°eder The couple will be married
and Craig Deaton. Saturday, Sept. 1, at St. John’s
Melinda Burnett of Waco was United Methodist Church,
flower girl and Jon Humphreys ~7~
bf Albuquerque, N. M. was ring ______
Keever ;ju|je Ann Wilkinson and
with garlands-of Bowers and of Texas Tech Jim versify aftd
leaves. Fullness was softly 'a memt^r of Delta Tau Delta
worked to the back to form her social fraternity. He is cur-
chapel lehgth train. rently a second year flaw
She wore a matching capulet student and a member of Delta
sprinkled in Venise lace medal- Theta Phi law fraternity. ■
- .frozen foods -wiH-—iw>»4*irhsfri»<n-which tiers of illusion After a wedding trip to
rogsrf&.’wfow--accepted. etheral -Durango, CotMW-. .
All pershable foods, tcakesK
cookies, pies > should Be brought
in on the day of judging, Aug. 16,
by 9 a m. They ‘ must be
All canned foods shall be
labeled one-half inch from
bottom of jar with name of
product. (Junior and Teen
Division exhibitors need to
include age on label).
All canned goods must be
Out bf count exhibits will be
accepted for exhibit only but
will receive no ribbons.
A person cannot enter" more
than one of the same product.'
If you have any questions
contact the superintendent for
that division or your County
odds, end sale
An Odds and End Sale will be
held by the Home Demonstra-
tion Clubs in Jones County
during the annual County Fair
According to Necy Wilburn,
assistant County Extension A-
gent, all eight Home Demon-
stration Clubs of the county are
working on this project for the
purpose of raising money for
The booth will be set up in
front of Pioneer Hall with the
selling of everything imagin-
able. The ladies want to encour-
age the public to drop by,
browse around and possibly find
what you are hunting
The Home Demonstration
Clubs will also have a food booth
where they will sell pie and
t ■ Julie Ann Wilkinson and John
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Me- make Hansen were married
t_Keex£r are, announcing, the Saturday at Gr«cg Lutheran
■ng*gwSiimiBfflaW»t»r. CKurch, Mifflahd ’ The Rev
. Karen, to William Reece Rober- Donald V^. Hafemann officiated
son, son of Mr. and Mrs
’ Miss McKeever is a graduate
of Stamford High School and
West Texas State University.
The future bridegroom is a
graduate of Rochester High
School and is also a graduate of
" Louise TSJw of .Anson anOL"
H Weaver. Sr. of Hamlin were
united in jnarriage Saturday
night, July 28, at 8:00 p.m. in
her Home with Jorfes County
Judge, Leon Thurman, official-
W. Roberson J’ Blake HanSen marry
bands of lace encircled the skirt
al the lower edge. Her sheer
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Stamford American (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 9, 1973, newspaper, August 9, 1973; Stamford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1205207/m1/6/: accessed January 22, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stamford Carnegie Library.