Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 190, Ed. 1 Friday, May 26, 1961 Page: 3 of 8
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, Jamliy and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie j
Amason of Amarillo visited their j
father. Bill Amason. Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. Bob Grace anil j
children of Dallas visited Mr. and !
Mrs. .1. B. Noland Saturday and I
Anita Fay Tiammell of Houston
is visiting her grandparents, Mr. i
j and Mrs. L. E. Trammel.
Congratulations to Leon Tosh, I
Peggy Tosh and Marty Tosh for a i
perfect attendance record all dur-
ing the past school year.
Be sure to vote Saturday. Tolls
i will he open at 8 a. m. and close;
| at 7 p. m. at the Eolian Church.
Congratulations to Katliy Moore. '
At the 8th grade graduating exer-!
vises in Albany Friday night she
received a medal of scholarship j
for both science and mathematics. '
She also received the D A. R. ci-
tation and a *5 prize for the best i
i History student.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Chalker of
j Bicckenridge, R. II. McKelvain, I
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. McKelvain and i
Burrell and N'iia, Mr. and Mrs. 1
Kay McKelvain. Ann and Nelnis of
| Abilene, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jack-1
son and Ralph of San Antonio. Mr. <
and Mrs. W. II. McKelvain of
I Jbex. Mi . and Mrs. Ted Walls of
Clyde and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kin-
nison of Moran were Mother's
i Day visitors with Mrs. J. H. Mc-
Ki 1 vain.
POPIXAK — The sleeveless
look U popular in summer
fashions in this country unit
abroad. This cotton voile dre**
by French designer Kotx-rt
Mulot has a gathirejl skirt,
high neckline with a tie. ami
self buttons. The fabric fea-
tures a rich iiioeha color.
By MRS. CLHTON WRIGHT
This time of the year just natur-
ally makes you want to get outside
as several have been doing with
yardwoi'k. picnics, e«p. Thursday
evening found the Richard Wood
family taking friends, Dutch ovens
and all it takes for a real cook-out
to the Eliasville Dam. Those en-
joying this outing were Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Payne and family of
Breckenridge and Mr. Payne's'par-
ents from Chattanooga, Tenn.. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Oglesby and son
of Breckenridge and all the Wood*
Siiou Le On their way iu Holland to
do mission work. After the supper,
a short devotional was held, and
tile church then presented the
Sehulz family with two quilts that
the ladies of the congregation had
The G. G. Pratts were in Dallas
this past Sunday.
Wilburn Gann of Hamlin and A.
L. Gann oY Fort Worth were here
Sunday visiting different ones.
We're happy to have Alan Hailey !
with us from the hopsital where I
he has undergone some facial sur-
What the dogs failed to "tree,"
two children did. Meggan Wright 1
and James Reid building mud pies
on our front porch almost added
a rattlesnake to their recipe. In-1
stead. 1 chopped him up for stew j
with the hoe. We all decided he
was too close for comfort.
Marjorie Wood said one of their
two black and white fox terriers j
has disappeared, and, dead or a-
live, she'd like to know what I
happened to him. l'f any of you
neighbors see him. how about giv-1
in« her a ring on the phone?
Mrs. H. M. Caudle of Brecken-
ridge visited her mother, Mrs. F.
A. Young, this past week.
FRIDAV, MAY 26. 1961 -
At Woman's Club
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walton wriv
winners iu the duplicate brid.r
play of the Breckenridge Woman's
Club Tuesday night.
The next meeting of this group
will lie held Tuesday, May 30. at
the Woman's Club. At lliis lime
thL. group will be organized, offi-
cers elected, and some rules v. ill
Thailand, 'formerly Siam. has a
population of about 24 million.
The famous boardwalk of Atlan-1
lie City originated in 18il(!
We Straighten Crank Shafts
J. L. Dupuy
G C. PIFRCE
Mr. and Mrs.Esten Chalker and
family of Lubbock visited 'friends
and relatives here last weekend.
Visitors in the B. B. McKelvain
home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
D. Broyles and children of
Clyde and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lov- \
ing of Abilene.
Mrs. C. T. Hill has been busy go-
ing back and forth from here to
Graham where her mother. Mrs.
Jack Grantham, has been in ilie
hospital. Mrs. Hill says her mother
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Loving of Abi-
lene visited U. D. Loving Sunday
"ntci tainer at Woman's Club Dinner June 2
Parties - Picnics
Phone HI 9 3310
Has 94th Birthday
A birthday party honoring the
j !Hth birthday of Mr. J. W. Ashley
- ol Eastland was held in the home
I o| Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ashley and
! daughter—Helen Rose, in Richard
son on Saturdav May 13.
I This reunion was the first in 12
years for the Ashley family.
| The following children brought
; guts and birthday greetings to
their father: Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ulil Ashley of Graham, Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Ashley and son, Jimmy,
of Monahans. Mrs. Atis Key ol De-
troit, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Ho-
mer Roane of Valley View, and a
grandson. Mr. and Mrs Harold
Ashley, Ji. and children. Sue and
Jimmy, and a brother. Robert Ash-
ley of Ranger.
Attending open house in tht. af-
ternoon were Mi. and Mrs. Fred
Wadley and Mrs. Bernard Combs
of Arlington, Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Wynn of Palmer, Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. C. J. McDonald of Dal-
las, Mr. and Mrs. Don Whaley of
Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Bran-
non Jones and daughter o'i Dallas,
«nd Mrs. Lillian Goswick of Breck-
Mrs. Goswick's daughter-in-law.
Mrs. Atis Key of Detroit. Michi-
gan, returned to Breckenridge
where she visited until Wednesday
morning. She left here early Wed-
nesday for Dallas where she was
to catch a plane lor Detroit.
Nitp Gay and Mr. and Mrs. Ben
! McKelvain and Mrs. Gene Kinni-
l si^n visited Mr. and Mrs. James
I Copeland and Mr. and Mrs. Joe
, F.stes in Abilene Saturday. They
also visited at McMurry College.
Burrell Ray McKelvain received
| a complimentary writeup in the
I school paper at Tarleton State Col-
lege. The article read, "He plays
right field and is the most depen-
dable batter on the team. He has
speed, and his good throwing arm
has limited extra base runners to
a minimum. Burrell Ray is an
outstanding agriculture student, a
member of the schools' winning
livestock judging team."
Sixth grade students are invited
I to attend the Episcopal Youth
. Party to be held Friday, May 26,
at 8 p. m. in the Parish House of
| the Church All sixth grade itu-
: dents are now eligible to attend re-
gularly. and membership cards
are 50 cents a yea.- for those who
want to continue after this first
visit. Parents may pick their child-
ren up at 10 p.m.
The Junior High School gradua-
tion party will be held at the Wo-
man's Club on Monday. May 29,
beginning at 8 p. m. and continuing
until 1130 p. m All Junior High
School students are invited.
There will be a Graduation Party
I have talked with four of the
women who attended the workshop
on shoe and bag covering last
week. Each woman had finished
several projects and were enthus-
iastic over their accomplishments.
The Eliasville Church of Christ
held a coc'ic-out with bacon, eggs.
Dutch oven biscuits, cap coffee
and lots o'i appetites Wednesday
night. This was a small fareweil
to the Tom Sehulz family who will
at the Breckenridge Woman's Club
for all high school students Tues-
day, May 30, following graduation
exercises. All high school students
are invited to attend.
The duplicate bridge group of
the Woman's Club will have an or-
ganizational meeting Tuesday, May
30. at the club house. At this time
oliicers will be elected and other
matters of importance to the group
will be discussed.
Reservations . for the Woman's
Club meeting to be held June 2 at
7 p. m. at the club house may be
made with Mrs. Bill Dupree.
phone HI 9-3705. or Mrs. Syhle
Dickey, phone 9-4954. This is the !
annual Husband's night entertain-
TUESDAY. MAY .'50. I%l
Will he observed as a legal holiday.
THIS BANK WILL IiE CLOSED
TUESDAY? MAY 30TH
Please arrange your hanking transactions accordingly
First National Bank
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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By" MRS.' "w" " J"BO YETT
We had 41 present at chureh
Sunday with $8.55 collection. Mrs.
Hoy Pendleton gave the devotion-
al on "Faith — the size o'i a mus-
tard seed." Rev. Lester Garrett
preached from Revelations. Visi-
ters were Mr. and Mrs. Claud
Smith and Oscar of Goldsboro and
Miller Broyles of Breckenridge.
Ladies of the church will meet
all day Thursday at the church. A '
quill will be quilted for Mr .and
Mrs. Clarence Green whose home
in Stamford was destroyed by fire.
Mrs. Rhea Robison donated the
top. the Sunday School furnished
the lining, cotton and threr.l.
Don Ross Compton visited her
grandmothei. Mrs. Emma Cret-
singer of Ivan, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Amason and
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Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 190, Ed. 1 Friday, May 26, 1961, newspaper, May 26, 1961; Breckenridge, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth136168/m1/3/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.