Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, September 9, 1960 Page: 5 of 8
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For Campus and Teens
Rose Ave. Ladies
Have Bible Class
Ladies Bible Class of the Hose
Avenue Baptist ( hurch met at 2
P ni Thursday in the church.
The meeting was opened with
Mrs .lesse Hyatt presiding Mrs.
I. T "Blevin"; led the opening pray,
Those who were absent are ask-
ed to note the rhangc of time of the
meeting which will be at 1 30 p
in 'I !u is 'ii enable mothers w ith
young i hildren in school to attend
Open 10 A.M. 'Til 17 p.m.
SPECIAL PRICES ON
NO DEPOSIT BEVERAGES—
SCHLITZ, rase ....
FALSTAFF, rase . .
LONE STAR, rase .
The song service was led by
Mrs. Higgingotham With Mi s.
Redding at the piano Mrs. L. R
Kmghi led the prayer for the sick
Mrs. Grady Pierce brought the
lesson taken from Romans 11 1-3'i
Mrs Pierce based her theme upon
the many ihings of which the hu-
man mind could not comprehend. I
thus Christians must walk b> |
taith and not by si^h' Corinth
lans 5 7.
The meeting was closed with
prayer led b\ Mrs. Marvin Herr
I hoie present were Mesdames J
A Redding. Lutlier Higginbotham
Debbie Higginbo ham. Emina Eu-
bank.s, Jesse il>att. L T Blevins. I
Grady Pierce, L. H Knight, K .1
Hrannon, Marvin Herring and Mrs
Soc Gunsight NNews HD t'P
By MRS W. S. DYE
Visitors in the Warren Christie
home over the weekend were Mrs
Ida Pearl Bristol and Mr and Mrs j
Red Christie of Wichita Kails
Mr and Mrs Roy Loudder spent ;
Thurs., Fri., Sat.
The Altar Society of the Sacred
Heart Catholic Church will sponsor
a rummagu sale in the new White
Elephant center at 215 E, Dyer
Thursday afternoon, Friday and
Saturday morning, September 8, 9,
a tu t 10.
2 p.m. la the e*fetorfun ef the
school. The social hour will precede
the business meeting. A nursery
will be provided.
The Duplicate Bridge department
of the Woman's Forum will meet
Tuesday September 13, at 9 a. m.
at the Forum Home for instruc-
tion with play following promptly
FRIDAY, SEPTEM £* 9, 1SW—Br*cktnr|dj Am rie rv-«
The Wednesday Study Club will
begin the club year with a coffee
on Saturday. September 10, at 9:30
a 'ii in the home of Mrs. W. A.
McNallen, 1505 West Elm Street.
The Desk and Derrick Club of
Breckenridge will have its regular
monthly meeting Mot .lay evening
September 12 at 7:30 at the Wom-
an's Forum. Mr. .loe McClymond,
Land Manager for Graridge Cor-
poration will present a program on
"Unitization.' The quiz program
will be taken from Article V
"Board of Directors."
The Woman's Society of Christian
Service of the First Meihodist
Church will meet at 10:30 a. m.
Monday in the Fellowship Hall of
the church Circle HI will be hos-
tess for the covered dish luncheon.
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Soc Ivan News HD UP
By MRS. CLINTON
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stratton of
Caddo had an ice cream supper
(homemade, too) last Friday
night. Enjoying this were the Pete
Reid and Nig Wright families.
Wright and Young families.
Way In '60
UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF COACH
HENDERSON. THE BUCKS WILL (JO
A LON<; WAY IN 'lift
.',10 W. WALKER
PHONE HI 9*2405
Campus separates offer something new this year: the kilt-
eulotte. It's shown here in corduroy, is worn with matching
jleeveless top and loag-sleeved cotton shirt. This is one that
teen-agers will go for. too.—By GAILE DIGAS. Newspaper
Enterprise Women's Editor. (Cone corduroy)
North Ward Mothers' Club will
meet Tuesday, September 13. at
W. S. Dye. Mrs. Burk and Mrs.
C. B. Richardson of Dallas and
the honoree all had birthday cane
and ice cream. We wish many hap-
py birthdays to her.
Phil Dye. Bobby Knight. J. C.
| Post and a friend from Stamford
have returned alter a ten-day va-
caiion in Colorado.
the I>abor Day holiday in Grand
Prairie and Dallas.
Mr and Mrs. Roy Blackburn of
El Paso and John Blackburn of
Breckenridge visited their cousin.
Mi and Mrs. W. S. Dye, Sunday
morning and visited the cemeiery
Weekend visitors of Mr. and
Mrs Lester Thorpe were Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Kussell ahd two
children. Mr .and Mis Glenn Rus-
sell and daughter of Farmington.
New Mexico, and Mrs. Marvin
Jamison and children of Haskell.
Mrs. Vernon Thorpe and Mr. and
Mrs. Myers of Lamesa. and Mr.
and Mrs. Jake Perry and daugh-
ters of Amarillo visited Mr and
Mrs J H. Perry over the Labor
Day holidays. Mrs. Thorpe and
Mr. and Mrs. Myers attended the
homecoming at Eolian The Per-
rys attended the homecoming at
Mr. and Mrs. W S Dye visited
Mi. and Mrs. J. M. Dye and Mr.
and Mrs Jack Lawrence and child-
ren and granddaughter Ginger Rod-
gers Monday in Morton Valley.
Nancy White spent last week with
her grandparents Mr. and Mis.
Houston Petty of Eastland.
It was reported there was a lar-
ge crowd at the hound supper on
the Adams ranch Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Craven and
son. Robie. of Breckenridge visit-
ed her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs. R E. Dye brought steak,
lettuce, tomatoes and cake out io
Mrs. Mollie Dye Thursday in hon-
or of her eighty-third birthday.
Later Thursday, Mr. and Mrs.
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Graden
| Dye over the weekend were Mr.
; and Mrs. Fletcher Blackburn of
San Angelo, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
' Wright and children of Fort Worth,
i Mrs. Cecil K. Miller of Morton
| Valley aud Mr and Mrs. Jimmy
I Dye and son of Breckenridge.
God's promises to mankind are
being substantiated today through
scientific understanding of Spirit.
This is a theme of the l>esson-Ser-
mon on "Substance" which will be
read this Sunday at all Christian
Experiences of three men who re-
ceived the fulfillment of divine pro-
mises — Abraham, Moses, and
Zacharias — will be featured in
the Bible readings, which also
include this verse from Isaiah:
"For the mountains shall depart,
and the hills be removed: but my
kindness shall not depart from thee,
neither shall the covenant of my
peace be removed, saith the Lord
that hath mercy on thee" 154:10 .
Among passages to be read from
"Science and Health with Key to
the Scriptures" by Mary Baker
Eddy is the following (491:12):
"It is only by acknowledging the
supremacy of Spirit, which annuls
the claims of mater, that mortals
can lay off mortality and find
the indissoluble spiritual link
link which establishes man forever
in the divine likeness, inseparable
from his creator."
Christian Science Society meets
each Sunday at 401 S. McAmls.
Sunday School at 9:30. Children
up to twenty years are lovingly in-
yited to attend.
, Church services at 11 o'clock.
Mrs. Jo Stevens of Abilene was
home last week visiting her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. '1. Hill.
Mrs. Clinton Wright and daugh-
ter, Meggan, were in Wichita Kails
j Well, I've heard of money going
| up in smoke, but Pete Reid came
! in telling an entirely new angle.
I It seems that at Jacksboro pot
roping Labor day, the cash box
was a cigar box. So, along comes
a whirlwind, caught the money up
in it and away it went. Lost was
$2,800 and about $1,300 was all that
was recovered, 1 can just see the
people now that came and looked
for the $1,500 that was missing. This
j is a new version of "Gone With
The Wind," but this is reality and
not fiction — by Ripley?'.'
Tommy Schulz's parents came a
i long way to visit him and his fam-
I ily last week — all the way from
I York. Nebraska. We enjoyed meet-
Visiting with us Sunday at wor-
ship service was the Harold Ble-
vins family of Midland.
Mrs. Eula Duckworth of Abilene
was here Monday visiting relatives.
Mrs. Tommy Schulz was in Gain-
esville Sunday afternoon for a fam-
Mr. and Mrs. Zohn Milam came
in from their vacation in Houston
and Galveston. Their souvenirs
came in later on a truck — a load
of calves, no less.
Sam Roach, formerly of Saudia,
Arabia, is now back in the states to
live. Righ now he is engaged in im-
proving his place down on the
Cleark Fork at Eliasville; chaining
dragging and raking mesquites is
what he's doing now, with plans to
put all this in cultivation.
Mrs. Clinton Wright was in
Breckenridge Tuesday for the TH-
DA and Yearbook meeting.
Mrs. Doland Deere and son, Don-
ald. Jr.. of Arlington are visiting
this week in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Deere.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gibson of
Normon, Okla., were here for the
Labor Day weekend visiting the
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Mr and Mrs J. A. Baggett. Mr
and Mrs O. E Austin, and Mr and
Mrs Willie Cole and children of
Irvin. and the Paul Wagleys attend,
ed the Wa.vland homecoming Sun- |
Mr. and Mrs. C. R Dye of Al-
bany spent Sunday with his mo- ,
ther. Mrs. Mollie Dye.
Mrs W A Richardson of Arling-
ton came after Mrs C R Richsrd- |
son Sunday after a week s visit i
with her sister here. Mrs. Mollie .
Mrs Leona Burk atended the ce-
metery working at Necessity Sa-
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(Formerly Buckaroo Cafe)
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