Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 142, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 20, 1958 Page: 5 of 7
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FARMERS UNION SCHEDULED
TO MEET AT ELIASVILLE
The Stephens and Young County
Farmers Union will meet in a joint
meeting July 22 at 8 p ni in the
The public is invited anrl all
members are urged to tie present
Ail farmers and ranchers are re
VOI R CONSIDERATION
In Behalf Of
of Stephens County
Will be valued Ai appreciated
(Paid Pol Adv •
quested to come and hear the pur-
pose and policy of the Farmers
t'nion Mr Bill Jordan of Snyder
will be the speaker of the evening
Refreshments of sandwiches and
cold drinks are to be served.
News l+ems For
The Breckenridge American is,
anxious to have all possible news
of the comings, goings and doings
of the people ol Breckenridge
!hr-.e fere used in "News Briefs"
so their friends may know. Any
other n<>ws lor the woman's page
also uil! be appreciated It is
asked news of this kind either
be telephoned or brought to the
Here is BILL BLAKLEY
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SEND A BUSINESSMAN TO THE SENATE!
VOTE FOR BILL BLAKLEY
the Episcopal Church in June, and
is now a Curate of St Andrew's
Episcopal Church in Breckenridge
and Holv Trinity Church in East-
Coll In Offing
WASHINGTON .4" — President,
Eisenhower has reportedly hinted
that he'll call a special Autumn'
session of Congress unless he gets!
the foreign aid funds he thinks ade-j
quate. Congress is expected to ad-
journ next month. A legislator who
attended an emergency White
House meeting Friday night says
Eisenhower d' d not make a direct
threat, he merely expressed hope
that a special session won't be
Informants who were at the
meeting quote Eisenhower as say-
ing the security of the nation may
SUNDAY, JULY 20, 195S— BRECKENRIDGE AMERICAN—•
be involved in the question of re-
storing the cuts.
Applicants to practice dentistry
in Idaho are given practical tests
of their talents at the state pris-
on. They work on inmates' teeth.
SOMERSET. Ky. '*>—Sfc. Orvillf
Phillip wheeled his vehicle into a
service station here, and said:
"Give me 100 gallons."
Army tank. The tank holds 233
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f♦cry i« «t'M v r.f 'I pvif«,
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f * a u r> c h in T e * v *
The engagement and approach-
ing marriage of Geraldine Merle
Witkop to the Rev Warner Blair
Washington Jr oh Breckenridge is
announced by her parents. Mr. and
Mrs Stanley W. Witkop of Hamp-
The groom-elect is the son of Mr.
and Mrs W. B. Washington of
The wedding will take place on
Aug:ust 2. in Springfield. Mass. at
10 30 a m in the All Saint's Epis
copal Church The Rev. Dr. How-
ard F Dunn, of Litchfield. Conn,
will read the nuptials, and the
Rev. John Scott, rector of AH
Saint's will celebrate the nuttial
Eucharist. The Rev Norman Catir
of Wallingford, Conn, will be or-
Florence Witkop. sister of the
bride-to-be will be the maid ol linn
or The Rev. Robert McFarlane ol
Boston Mass. will be best man.
Miss Witkop is a graduate ol the
High School ot Commerce in Spring-
field, Mass., and is a 1! .">7 graduate
of the University of Mass. She
has been a teacher in the Milford
school system in Conn.
Rev. Washington is a graduate of
Clarksville High School. Southern
Methodist University, where he
was a member of Phi Delta Theta
social Iraterni'v. and a June grad-
uate of the Berkeley Divinity
School, in New Haven. Conn He
was ordained to the Diaconate of
Officers of Hie Rebeh-h Lx>dge
were installed bv May Kleiner. Dis-
trict Deputy President of Cisco
last Tuesday evening.
Assisting here were Mary Smart,
marshel: Jem Brown, warden; Ef-
fie Mayhew of Cisco as chaplain:
Lena McKee,' inside guardian; and
Betty Bear, pianist.
The following officers were in-
stalled; Alma Heed, noble grand.
Audrey Davis, vice grand, l.ula
Poston. warden; Alene Reather-
ford, conductor; Effie Kinchen.
chaplain. Clara Berry, inside guar-
dian. Lena McKee. R S. noble
grand. Pearl Clay L. S. noble, and
Betty Bear, pianist.
Thelma Shockley the past noble
grand was presented with a gift
who in turn presented each of lier
officers with a gilt.
Refreshment* were served alter
the meeting to lourteen members
and six visitors from Cisco.
Bible Study Group
The Ladies Bible Study Group
of the Saint I'guls Methodist
Church held their regular meeting
at the church annex Wednesday
evening with Mrs. Hoy Curry, pres-
Prayer was given by Mrs. J. H.
Heed. Mrs. Hamilton llelner gave
the devotional on Mothers in the
Home. The scripture was from
Prov. 31. 10-31.
Mrs. llelnei also taught the les-
son and Mrs. Curry gave a reading
on "Don't for Club Women."
Those present were Mmes. Roy
Curry, J. H Heed, Hamilton Het-
ner. Myrtle Otts, John Stewart.
Georgia Cockrell and T. If. Allen.
Mrs. Georgia Cockrell was in
charge of the recreation.
Zebtilcn M. 1'ike was a salaried
employe of the federal Govern-
ment u hen lie discovered in 1806
the famous peak in Colorado which
be.irs his name.
0"Hoor Te^'ire ean tran'form your yar<f or pat'o
in'o an "outdoor livjne room" where you can relax or
enterta:n guests in the coo! of the evening. You can hav*
lipht fr,r lawn e*m<>s and terrace meals... do your
gardening or mow the lawn after the hot sun seta.
Highlight your garden!
Enjoy the beauty of your «hruh$
and fl,iw*r« after the sun goes down-
with proper outdoor lighting.
Floodlight o go mo oroot
Have more hours for fun! Play
eroquet. badminton and other la'*U
games as late as you please.
Safeguard yot r fteosf
Light your outside steps. wa!V*. enfrsne s.
Proper. lighting prevent# aeeidents. discourages
prowlers, shines a welcome to gusstsL
See i/ovr I'fthiinf) siyvipinmf ifrolfr oov nbo>if outdoor VflbUnt] for yot/r fionfg
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