The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 12, 1953 Page: 7 of 10
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J',. Agatn !n 1953
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Above: The "Two Ten" 4 Door Sedan. At
right: The "One fifty" 2-Door Sedan, two of
16 beoutifu) mode); in 3 great new serie:.
!t brings you more new features, more fine-tar advantages, more rea!
qua!ity for your money... and it's America's !owest-prited fu!!-size tar!
Farther ahead than ever in quality ... yet the
full-size ear . . . with sharply greater
economy of operation!
Imagine — the most car in its fic!d, with
new Fashion-First Hodies by Fisher that set the stand-
ard of styling. inside and out. The most car
in its field. with your choice of a new 115-h.p. "Blue-
Flame" high-compression engine* or greatly improved
108-h.p. "Thrift-King" high-compression engine.
Yet. with a!) these new and exclusive advantages,
there is no in Chevrolet prices, and it remains
the //;«/ in its field!
Yes, indeed, only Chevrotet gives such excellence
with such economy. Come in and prove it at your
/MORE MOPtE BUy CHEVROLET^ THAN ANV OTMI8 CAR!
Pearman Chevronet Company
Phone 236 ARto, Texas
THE ALTO HERALD, ALTO, TEXAS, MARCH ]2, 1953.
MARY WORTH'S FAMILY
I'M INCLINED TO J HEEL'L FILLED OU^-^ *-< HRUMPH:MAyLSUG6E5T,FRAMK.
BE RATHER SHY- y PR0SP*ECTCARD FOR yOU'. - A A 600D INSURANCE SALES
WITH TOTAL ^ NAME: FRANK HAR6 RAVE-
YOU MIGHT ALSO MAKE
SOME HAPPY MEMORIES!
WELCOME TO ATHENA -ru&M^t t
yOUtL LIKE US HERE!. -AND/ HOPE TD
VER/MUCH VICE VER5A! MAKE GOOD!
STRANGERS! A6E:28- MARRIED: NO
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By John iarvts
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pANDY, HANDY N CANDY
Mrs. W. P. Young
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Haney visited
the tatter's sister, Mrs. Earl Hicks,
Friday, who is in a hospital in Jack-
sonville. We hope Mrs. Hieks will
Mrs. Marvin Prater of Riley, spent
Saturday night wtth her mother,
Mrs. Sessions, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. C. E. Ramey and Mrs. Lewis
Arrant visited Mrs. Oscar Chance
in Nacogdoches Thursday, and wc
arc sorry to hear that Mrs. Chance
is still very ill.
Mrs. Oscar Chase spent Friday t
Alto, visiting her mother, Mrs.
Those present at the birthday din-
ner given by Mrs. Darias Sessions
of Atoy Sunday, honoring Mother
Sessions, were, Mr. and Mrs. Darias
S ssions and yon, Mr. and Mrs. B. B.
Sessions and family, Mrs. Marvin
Prater of Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Rhide Sessions
ant) son, Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Ten-
nie James and Rev and Mrs. Grady
Tobias and the honoree. Wc hope
Mother Sessions many more happy
returns of March 8.
M ssrs. C. F. Hardy of Alto and
C.E. Ramey were business visitors
in Cushing Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Haney and
family were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
James Dover of Tyler, Sunday.
E. O. Lanier was on the sick list
last week, so his son, Harland
Lanier, and family came and took
him home with them to Houston.
We hope he will soon be feeling
Miss Beth Hardy of Alto, spent
Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Ramey.
Sgt. Daisy M. Young of Ft. Hood
and Mrs. Edna Corbin and children
of Jacksonville, spent the week-end
with Pop and Mom Young and Sat-
urday night Mr and Mrs. Troyee
Roark and mn of Nacogdoches
We wish to compliment and
thank the Alto school staff and the
pupils for the interesting program
they had Friday night, closing
Public School Week.
Mr. and Mrs. Essie McLain and
son of Alto, visited Mr. and Mrs.
James McLain Saturday.
Mrs. Ollie Martin and daughter,
Bobby Sue, 3,pent Sunday in Dallas
with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Draper.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ramey of
Houston, arrived at the C. E. Ramey
home Monday and will be up here
Ifour or five days.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Arrant and
daughters visited in Wells Sunday.
Alfred Ray Mynard of Houston,
sonofMr. andMrs. ive onMynard,
is recuperating from an appendioc-
Mrs. C. E. Ramey and Mrs. L. L.
Jones were Nacogdoches visitors
Tuesday of last week.
Brother Schwitter will fill his
regular appointment Sunday night.
Come if you can.
WANTED — Housekeeper. Good
home. Salary. Mrs. Troy Ray,
Nacogdoches, Texas. 4U-c.
RAGS WANTED—Will pay 5e a
pound for nice clean rags. No
khaki, overalls or Jumpers wanted.
Alto Herald Office.
ANtTARY SEPTIC TANK CLEAN-
ing. Prompt, efficient service at
reasonable prices. Dial 4150
Henderson, Texas. A. R. Poot.
Sanitary Septic Tank Cleaning
AUTO CHECK UP—Sec us and keep
your car in good condition at little
expense. Ttopcr care prevents
expensive breakdowns. Pearman
Chevrolet Co. Phone 236. Alto.
AUTO BODY WORKS- Most dents
and scratches in car bodies and
fenders are made wh n cars are
being parked. Conserve your car
by parking carefully. AM) when
you need body and fender re-
pairing, see us. Wr.cks rebuilt.
Work guaranteed. O. B. Body
Shop, Phone 91, Alto, Texas.
HOME REMODELING—No down
payment. Low monthly terms.
You can have a new roof for only
a few cents a day. See us for
home ideas. Brunt's Building
Material, Phone 196, Alto, Texas.
THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE—
Full measure of gasoline for your
money! Our pumps can't make a
mistake! Jimmy Allen's Gulf
Station. Phone 82, Alto, Texas.
ing you is our business. That is
why we are on call 24 hours a
day. O. T. Allen & Son. day phone
246; night phone 254. Alto, 'l\xas.
CLEANING—Minor rips art- re-
paired and loose buttons and
snaps are sewed on firmly when
your garment comes to our ?hop
for cleaning. Details you don't sec
mak the excellence you do see.
Kennedy Tailor Shop, phone 146,
WATCH REPAIRING—Your watch
will keep accurate time all year
long if you let us clean it once a
year! Hamilton Jewelry Store,
INDIVIDUAL HAIRSTYLING —
What shape is your face? Round,
square, triangle? Our hairstylists
analyze the shape of your face
and style your hair to create the
effect of the perfect oval. Phone
197 for appointment. Joyce'!
Beauty Shop, Alto, Texas.
:FOR RENT—4-room garage apart-
ment. Modern conveniences. Mrs.
I Arthur Bn;oks. !'h'<ne2U6. Alto.
There comes a time when a
! wearer of ' tousers is needed ic
Mrs. Hugh Dickey
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Penrman and i
Mrs. LiMic Pearman of Jacksonville, j
visited in the home of Mr. and Mis. t
Jim Mayes Sunday afternoon.
Mr. andMrs. Marvin Jurgues and)
daughter, Doris, of Houston, spent]
the week-end with Mrs. Jurgues'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Tan- )
n.ry. On returning home Mrs. John j
Rogers accompanied them for a
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Novin
Mr. and Mrs. Vyron Tannery and
son of Jacksonville, visited the
former's father, Wade Tannery and
Mr. Enoch Pegues Is on the sick
list, so he and Mrs. Pegues went to
the home of their daughter, Mrs. O.
L. Tannery of Alto.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dickey spent
the week-end with their son, Miller
B. Dickey and family in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Ben Arnold of Marshall, is
visiting in the home of her grand-
daughter, Mrs. Jack Sartain.
Mr. and Mrs. Roys Sammon visit-
ed their daughter, Dora Mae, in Luf-
kin Sunday, then went on to Grape-
land to visit Mrs. Sammon's father,
Mr. Barnes, who is seriously ill.
Mrs. Jack Christopher and daugh-
ters of Irving, are spending this
week here with their parents and
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Fclton Banks of
Rusk, visited in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Fuqua Sunday.
The ML ZionW. S. C. S. met
Tuesday, March 3 at the Mt. Zion
Church. The following members
were present: Mosdamcs L. L.
Rogers. C. D. Bridges. O. R. Brid-
ges, Gordon Sweeney, R. R. Mc-
Daniel, M M Fcnner. The n:xt
meeting will be at the home of Mrs.
Sweeney March 17.
There arc always a few who are
eager to tear down any younger
person who has made a go of it in
to speedity retieve muscular
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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/m1/7/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stella Hill Memorial Library.