The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 12, 1953 Page: 10 of 10
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HiE ALTO HERALD. ALTO. TEXAS. ^lARCH 12 10*3
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
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9x12 FT. 9x12 FT.
HEAVY WUCWT MFDtUM WUCHT
A't^H 0"/y PrxrcJ
FELT BASE * PRiNTED ENAMEL
New Beauty For Fioors
See Us To-day
W. M. Ihcnias Hardware
Mrs. C. F. Weaver and daughter. ! ^lr. and Mrs. J. A. Steed spent the
Mrs. Otho Black, spent the we k-^ week-end in McKinney, vi iting in
end in Orange, visiting in the Mar-':h. h.cne of the latter's sister. Mrs.
vin Poole and James Ti.;iiastin J. S. Commander.
homes, and in Houston with Mr. and !
Mrs. A. E Mixe, getting acquainted M.--.. Coleman He!'.on of Diboll re-
with their now grandson an.! '^''^^^ '"^nie Tuesday, after several
nephew. C.or e Ainmie Mixe. : w'-it ^!r. and ^trs. H. L.
Belies that the privilege of
worthy of my best. 1 covenant as a
work t in the Sunday School of my
ORDER MY CONDUCT in keep-
ing with 'iie principles of the New
1'es'annnt. and seek the help of the
Holy S))iritt!iat I may be faithful
and efficient in my work. Ephesians
BE REGULAR and punctual in at-
tendant; and, in case of unavoid-
able ab cnce. give notice thereof as
far in advance as possible. ICor.
MAKE THOROUGH PREPARA-
TION of the lesson and for my
other duties each week. 2 Timothy
USE THE BIBLE with my group
on Sunday morning, and help them
to understand and love it. Psalm
BRING AN OFFERING each Sun-
day. Psalm 96:8.
ATTEND THE REGULAR MEET-
INGS of the officers and teachers.
VISIT PROSPECTS frequently
and make a special effort to con-
tact abs ntees each week. Acts 2 46.
STUDY' ONE BOOK or more each
year in the Training Course for
Sunday School workers. Proverbs
LY in the plans and activities of
the school. 1 Corinthians 3: 9.
BE LOYAL to the services of the
church, striving at least to attend
the worship srvices. Ephesians
MAKE SOUL-WINNING a major
endeavor. Proverbs 11:30.
PRAY REGULARLY for the
church, the Sunday School, the of-
ficers and teachers, and for the
pupils and the homes from which
they come. 1 Thessal-onians 5:17.
With the help of God, I will do
my utmost to keep this covenant.
] y . ^ retur .e i * i Port i i*AjI.'L.u* jj..u.at*-ti.. r.r*
Sunday, having been cali d !
here n account of the sudden death
.t il. mother. Mrs. Etta Finch.
Mrs S. P. F«x returned home]
Fn;iy from Chandler. Arizona,
after spending a f w days with her
n. Kenne'.ttFux. atsVtiiiamsAFB.
i. Richard Lewis and
.Mrs. M.C.Dublin :nd
ts of Mr^. W. O. Wallace Friday.
Mr. an<i Mrs. BootrBi aoks. Mr. ]
laistnn. Mr and Mrs Arthur
brooks. Jr.. and dmahters of l.uf-i
:in. ,-i'ent the week-end here with I
PhillinV. Campbell, who has
been stationed at For! Hood, will
ave Friday f'ir duty in Germany,
after spending n fifteen d,
here with his parents,
L. 0. Campbell.
an ! Mrs.
Does your name
appear on that
DEEDS AND CONVEYANCES
A. L. Lambripht. etuxtoFloara
Pate, et ux, 1 ac. S. Batton Sy.
R. S. Case, etux to Will Durrett.
et ux, 3 4 of an acre in Wm. Gates
X 'tire is hereby given that ad
clett onha.-been ordered by the
Tn;-'ee; of the Alto Independent
Schno! Distr cttobeheld on the
first Saturday in April, 1933. the
Titree trustees are t-3 be dected
to fi'il the expired terms of J. D.
Bauman. W. P. James and W. G.
Said election is to be held at the
city hall, in the City of Alto, Ttxas,
anti Fisher Harrison has been ap-
pointed a presiding judge of said
election and Mrs. E. D. Bullock and
Mrs. Otha Harrison, clerks.
A'.i candidates for trustees in this
election shall have their naniLS
filed with the school secretary not
later than Montiay. March 23 at 5
The Secretary of this Board of
Trustees ;ha!l forthwith issue n
notice of said election by posting
copies of this order at three dif-
ferent places within the boundaries
of said school district which posting
shall be none not later than ten
days prior to the date of -aid lec-
H D. Rogers. President
Ato Independent school District
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slack: ore designed for
tailored, full-cut for roomy
comfort . . . styled for
tonger wear too. A wide
choice of new fabrics,
patterns and shades.
A: adverted in UfE
$6.45 AND $7.95
Dry Goods Company
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THEATRE — RUSH
[ THURSDAY and FRIDAY
SERIAL and CARTOON
M :rh 14-15-16
n M C M
^. YOMRS" S
TUESDAY. ^Iarch 17 ^
Friday i3'h. ]]:]3 p. M
Horrcr Hit No. 1
LON CHANEY In
Son Of Dracu!a '
Horror Hit No. 2
^ ATWELL In
Lthost Of Frankenstein'
SATURDAY. ^larch 14
DOUBLE FEATURS PROGRAM
BILL ELLIOTT In
JOHNNY SHEFFIELD In
SAT. PREVUE IIP M.
W. H. Way a ux to J. L. Spraz-
gins. etux, Lot 3. Block 5, (N.
jPortio-i) Alexanders Subdiv.. Jack-
i W. A. Fuller, etux toThurman
, Fuller, io ac., Wm. M. Bern-hill
I ^ t' KirbytoJ W. W*n2go -p;..
ux. 10 ac. trk. in A. Gibson Lg.
Grady Felder. et ux to Ray Felder,
etux. 20 ac., John Durst Grt.
_E. G. SimmstoW. E. Simms. Lot
7. Block 2, Lincoln Park Annex
J. c. Wst to F.B.Pierce. A
40x100 ft Lot, L^^ne Star in c
Chism Hdrt. Sy.
Jim Bailey eta] to Riley Maness,
138 ac, B. F. Sowell Sy.. A-985.
Russell Ramey et ux to Henry O.
Guenzeletux, 73 ac., Allen Haley
Charlie E. Ramey et ux to Ht.nrv
O. Guenzeletux, 77.5 ac., Allen
Haley Survey A-893.
King Sessions, et ux to Lela
Ses.-ionsetux, I5.5ac., J. M. IMus-
City jf Jacksonville, to N. R.
Kmgetai.Bng. part t,f Cling St. ^
W. T. Ross, tt ux to Edward R
Gargleetux.l'xac.. J. Thomas Sv.
tScM My Team and Bought 2 Cow^
Roy Simmons of Nacogdoches.
P'nt the week-end here with his
n.j.her, Mrs. Camilee Simmons.
...and Made an Extra !300 Last Year!"
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
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THEATRE OPENS 6:30
SHOW STARTS 6:40
SATURDAYS—1:00 P. M.
SUNDAYS—2:00 P. M.
Gregory PECK .
STAGE SHOW WED. 8:30
The Cherokee Ramblers
SATURDAY*. March 14
"KING OF THE CONGO"
JOHNNY MACK BROWN
Glenn Ford — Ruth Roman
Young Man With Ideas'
I was c!anc;„B through ,he mail yesterday
when a fellow comes in who bought a I anuaM
Cub tractor last sprin,. I says, "'.t do.n an!!
make yourself at home/'
that Farmaii Cub last year!" ^ '
How d you get along with your Md r-
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moments, with fingertip Farmall Toafh
Con,^i sure save a lot of tin,e and hard work '
^^How does your family [ike the Farm..!!
better !* ^-^^e more fun together, and ii^'
'un w.th a FartnaH Cub!"
""ad any trouble with it yet?"
pas Md except (or a little
or s^rvir " ' ^'"'Me'-when you need part!
"-"tee, 1 m always here to help."
J C. HILL
Interna . Maytag Washers,
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F. L. Weimar & Son. The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 12, 1953, newspaper, March 12, 1953; Alto, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth215278/m1/10/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stella Hill Memorial Library.