The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 14, 1956 Page: 8 of 8
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THE ALTO HERALD, ALTO, TEXAS, JUNE 14. 1956
Local News CLASSED Aits
YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD '
tooK's HOUSE PA!NT
* WHtTEST because it !$ r!ch in
T!tmhm)—the whitest paint pig-
ment btown to science
* ... because the pure, pa!e oik
are especia!!y processed to give
smooth, even coverage
* ... because it is gas and fume
pmof, mildew-resistant, truiy
* Coot*! Home Paint h whitest
became !f! seM-deansing . . .
gtw a hwb, white coat of
pcht every thne ft wins!
Mr. and Mrs. Lige Halbert were
in Rusk Sunday, visiting the
former's brother, C. S. Halbert.
Littie T<ed Glenn, Jr., of Dallas,
is spending this week with his
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. E. R.
Mrs. Ada Barnes of Ennis, spent
the week-end in the homes of her
sisters, Mesdames B. E. and Lige
C. B. Arnoid of Big Spring
West Texas District Supervisor
for the Texas Liquor Control
Board, and his wife and son,
spent the week-end with J. B.
Arnold and family.
Jim Moses, who underwent an
emergency appendectomy two
weeks ago at Nan Travis Hospital
in Jacksonviiie, was sufficiently
recovered to return home Mon-
Mrs. Jack Camp of Dallas, is
here this week to be with her
sister, Mrs. J. Finan Smith, who
is recovering from a recent oper-
ation in Nan Travis Hospital.
cooK*s SUPERwmn pmMm
M Ms*n pissaht to point ssw wood, eM
moth**) wood, or wo chMghg from s datt
cotor h whits. no Coots'! Superwhlto Priasr
for Hx fiat coat, tt Matt the Mtrface, sod pfO-
wMn the porfoct foundation for the beauty
coot. Coofs Heess Point . . . aama low pries.
W. M. Thomas Hardware
L. H. Thomas
Mrs. Jack Lyon, who has been
ill in a Henderson hospital, was
able to be returned home Sunday,
being accompanied by her daugh-
ter, Mrs. JewoM Cassady, and
granddaughter, Rebecca Cassady,
Of Henderson, who spent the day
in her home.
yj Atto Theatre
Mrs. F. R. Reynolds has return-
ed to her home in Abiiene, after
a weeks' visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murphy.
Mrs. Carios Murphy and sons,
Mike and Randy, of Daiias, spent
the latter part oif last weeik here
with the former's mother and
grandmother, Mesdames Ophelia
Harrison and R. B. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. David Ciabaugh
and daughter, Judy, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Scott and daughter, Georgi-
ans of Carthage, visited in the
home of Mrs. Ciabaugh's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Meador, Sat-
urday. en route to Edinburg to
attend a Fireman's Convention.
Mr. E. R. Glenn and Carrol
Tuilis spent )ast week in
Dowagiac, Mich., visiting the
former's daughter, Mrs. C. L,
Stockwell and family. On re-
turning home they were accom-
panied by Mrs. Stockwell and
daughter for a weeks' visit.
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SATURDAY PREVUE !1:15 P. M.
June 16. 17,18
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it ACADEMY i
Family Davs Entire Family
Admitted For Only 50c
Invitations have been received
from San Juan, Puerto Rico, an-
nouncing the marriage of Miss
Maude Haii to Mr. Cyril K.
Aangle on Saturday, June 9, 1956.
The wedding was held in the
Union Church at Santurce, Puerto
Rico. The reception was in the
Geo. O. Robinson School of which
the bride is Principal.
Mrs. Aangle's home is in
Crockett, but she is doing Mission-
ary work in Puerto Rico. She vis-
ited here in July 1951, and was
guest speaker to iocal W. S. C. S.
and Wesleyan Service Guild mem-
bers at a meeting in the Methodist
Church, and has many friends
here, who extend hearty con-
We wish to thank our dear
friends, Mr. and Mrs. William
Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stanley,
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Macy Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Christi, Mr. and Mrs. John
Ailen. Dr. and Mrs. McGaughey,
Mrs. Sparkman. Mrs. Ethel Hol-
comb and Mrs. Ludie Cole for
remembering us with a surprise
supper. We enjoyed this very
much, please visit us again.
Joe and Grace.
LOST—One black heifer, haif
Brahma half Angiues. Lost
around Jones Chap^i Has sate
tag in right ear of 393. If found
notify 40GM,Rus^.^oiie<.t. ot
E. G. Dunsmore, Route i. Rusk.
FOR SALE — Used gas range in
good condition. Four burners,
large oven with bn< !er. Phone
NOTICE—We are pr pared to do
your sheet rock work, paper
hanging, .floor finishing or
painting. We atT experienced
in the business and guarantee
ai! work. Paul Piatt & Son,
phone 89 or see us at the Moore
WANTED—^Male Ward Attendant.
Must be between age of i8 and
45. High schooi graduate. Con-
tact personnel office, Rusk.
State Hospital. 2-e.
NOTICE — We vaccinate, dehorn
or castrate cattie for the public.
We arc experienced in this work
and guarantee our service. Bill
Lee and Gerald Choate, Alto,
Apply ITCH-ME-NOT. In just
15 minutes, if you have to scratch
your itch, your 40c back at any
drug store. Use instant-drying
ITCH-ME-NOT day or night for
eczema, ringworm, insect bites,
foot itch, other surface itches.
ALLEN DRUG STORE 5-G-9-56
When You Need Lime Call
Crockett So!! Service
Lime Rock Phosphate. And Mixed
Fertilizer. Sold and Spread. Call
Us Collect. Office Phone 640, Box
449, Crockett, Texas.
TELEVISION REPAIR —For ex-
pert television repair and ser-
vices call 353, Urdni Radio Co.,
Rusk, Texas. Oniy teievision
shop with first ciass govern-
ment license in Cherokee Coun-
ty. We do guaranteed service
on all models for the most
reasonable and honest prices.
The highest quality service in
East Texas. tfc.
WATER WELLS—Wt? are in posi-
tion to dig you a 39-inch water
well and give you a first class
job. We can also furnish you
with a Ruth Berry water pump,
the finest made. You can fi-
nance your well and pump by a
F. H. A. Loan with three years
to pay. If you need a well or
good water pump, call J. W.
Sparkman, Alto, Texas. tfc.
FOR SALE — 4-room house with
an acre of land, located just
outside city limits of south Aito
on Highway 69. My home place.
J. W. Sparkman. Alto, Texas.
Miss Jennie Russell of Edinburg
is spending this week with her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
HONEY—Fresh New Crop. Get
your supply now of this good
East Texas Honey. It's fresh
from the Hive and Honey Bee.
On your grocers shelves now.
Carroll F. Weaver, Producer, tfc
FOR SALE — State Certified
Sweet Potato Plants. Red vel-
vet, Porto Rico, and yellow
gold. Pete James, phone 1002-
FOR SALE—62 acres farm and
pasture land. Just outside city
limits of Alto. Under fence, on
farm road. Approximately 1
acre lake. One-half minerals.
Martin D. Thomas. 50-52.
Texas has more than 3,000,000
acres in Tree Farms.
** BETSY BLAIR
NEWS WHtLE )T'S NEWS
to HAROLD HECHT
Motion PtrfMrf o/ f/te year
'Beat Per/orfnnttrc /<y on /frfor '
"Beat ,4r/nctement <" Directing"
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Tuesday—Wednesday, June 19-20
71st. Dtv.. Aiaska. June 14.
Capt. Neat Mitchcii. Sr.. whose
wife. Gertrude, iives at <!8 M' '
sion St., San Antonio, is ychcdu!ed
to leave Ahska for tht- con't-
nentai U. S. this month as part of
Operation Gyroscope, the Arm) ^
unit tvtation plan.
Captain Hiitciicti is a member
oftheVist In'uitry Division's
advance party, which wiH prepare
the way for the 71st to replace
the 2nd Infantry Division at tort
Assistant operations and train-
ing officer in Headquarters Com-
pany of the division's 53rd Regi-
ment, he is a vetrean of 20 years
Army service. Among his awards,
Captain Mitchcii holds the Bronze
Star with an oak leaf duster, the
I'urple Heart. Beigium Fourraga
and the Combat Infantryman
His father, George E. Mitchell,
iives in Alto.
Make Father Happy With A Gift Fro
Sport Shirts $ I -98, $2.98, $3,t
Dress Shirts $2.00 to $g,(
RESiSTOL AND BEAVER HATS
D!CK!ES KHAKI PANTS and SH!RTS
NYLON STRETCH SOX
WE GIFT WRAP
You WiH Find Many More Gifts For Dad At!
Dry Goods Company
Of Apple Springs
SPEAK IN ALTO
JUNE 16,4:00 P.M.
Edward O. Hassell
Located In Germany
iOth Div.. Germany, June 14.—
TFC. Edward O. HasseH, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Aifred O. Hassell,
Route 4. Rusk, Tex., is a member
of the 10th Infantry Division in ;
The 10th. sent to Europe under j
the Army's unit rotation plan to !
M6 TRACTOR FEATURES!
New convenience of Fast-Hitch implement hook-
up puts oew FarmaU Cub far ahead of otK*
1-piow tractors. The Cub also gives you
implement control, and a powerful 4-cytica^
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iRRka* precision work ea*y. Let ua ahow y*?
these and other BIG-tractor (eatures-Uke
vldual turning brakes, adjustable wheel tre
and power take-off. The Farmall Cub is the lo**
' ' cost full featured tractor built!
3ee... try the new Farm-
Cub with Fust-Hitch. See how it
uo*s more work *h*n any other
tractor at anywhere near the price.
on the Income Purchase Plan
h-ternational Trucks 1^,'"'*'.'"""°"°*'"° j
freezers, Farmat) T ! ^^"^^onal Refrigerators and
Implements, Myers P ^' ^cCormick Deering Farm
umps and Irrigation System*
J C. HELL
replace the 1st Division,
estabiished a traininH proM]
part of the Seventh Army.
A truck driver with Batte:?]
of the division's 35th F;c!d Anf
tery Battalion, Hasseii cntcrtij
Army in January 1955 an:i tt
pleted basic training a! Fl
Riiey, Kansas The
soidier arrived in Europe tStf
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