The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 69, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1953 Page: 3 of 10
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Thursday, June 18,1953
THE ALBASY NKW&
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14 OS. bolt If
(H Il MEATS ARE
UK, 25 lb. bag
FLOUR, 5 lb. bag
HAMBURGER MEAT. Ik. 3.1c
HAM HOCKS, lb. 31c
BEEF RIBS, III 'St
LONGHORN CHEESE, lb.
PI I or CARNA7 ION
MILK, 2 tall cans for
KL MONTE No. 303 can
ununic no. juj can
II FOR SALAD, I lor &
DOG FOOD, 2 cans for
Wt, 2 okgs. for
15c TIDE #
GRAPE JUICE, 2 for
DREFT, I for S5c
IVORY, 2 for 25c
Mrs. Ed Brewster was installed
£ worthy matron and Rune V. < ol-
V litis worthy )>atron at the installa-
tion of officers of the Albany
Chapter No. 733, Order of the
Kastern Star, in the Masonic hall
Saturday evening, June 13, at
Mi>. Charles F. Hemphill, past
worthy matron of the Albany
c chapter, was the installing officer;
J Mrs. C. M. Campbell, installing
marshal; Mrs. Warren Cauble, in-
stalling. chaplain, and Mrs. Clyde
Slither, installing organist. ,
Other officers installed were:
Mrs. Hoyd McCoi.ias, associate
matron; Yates Clayton, associate
^ patron; Mis. Hemphill, secretary;
A Mrs. Mil lie Howard, treasurer;
? Mrs. H. H. 1 tennis, ccnductre- ;
> Mr.-. Jame Kn.-hin^, ociate con-
ductress; Mrs. Kreii Uunkie, chap-
& | lain; Mrs. ('. V. McAfee, mar-hal;
2 Mrs. Homer Clayton, organi.-'.;
? Mrs. K. G. Ixiw, Adah; Mrs. S. ti.
y Orand, liuth; Mrs. tiene Mauldin,
Ksther; Mr.-. Jewel Nixon, Martha;
£ Mrs. Winnell Bankston, Klecta;
^ Mrs. Klsie Window, v.aider and
V Charles ft. Hemphill, sentinel.
^ Mr.-, Brewster's color- for the
^i'year are the five .tar-point color-,
her motto i.- "Love One Another,'
cd on t u t John, 3:11 and
Roman- 13:10, and her flower,
The officers wore floor length
c dr> of printed and em bo sed
5 cotton with pink flowers on aqua
j'blue byi k?round, and pink cor
1U'<1 ami white tr'nliulu-• 1 «'«i
^ ros<•, yellow ti^or Ii 1 i«* ami roleus
worthy matrons. The OhS em-
blem, his name and title are en-
eraved at the base of the cup ana
the names and the years they serv-
ed as worthy matron are engraved
at the top of the cup.
Mrs. Howard pave a beautiful
tribute to the junior past matron
and Mrs. Warren Cauble, past
worthy matron, presented her an
Kastern Star handkerchief as a
gift from the Cavel Club.
After the installation an infor-
mal reception was held.
Centerpiece for the refreshment
table, laid with white linen, was an
arrangement of white shast*
' Members of the refreshment
committee were Mmes. Howard, J.
T. Humphreys, H. 1). Dennis,
James Rushing, and W. W. Par-
sons. Decorating committee in-
cluded Mrs. McComas, Mrs. Curley
Window, Mrs. ft. G. Low, Mrs.
Steve Drake and Mrs. Hemphill.
Registration and reception com-
mittee members were Mrs. Ksther
Mitchell, Mrs. I.ucinda Gordon,
Mrs. Nellie Collins and Mrs. ('ar-
Wilda Brewster was flower girl
and Ginger Dennis and Larry
Brewster handed out programs.
Out-of-town guests attending
the installation and reception were
Mrs. Alton Riirton, Mrs. Clint
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thomp-
son, Mrs, Karl Cannon, Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Wise, Mrs. W. G.
Jones, Mrs. Sam Rrewster, Mrs
Ren 1'innell, of Moran; Mrs. II. A.
at vantage points in the hall form-
ed a colorlul background for the
i in a shot'
. Humphreys, retiring
ijv worthy matron, welcomed mem
c bei's ami guests and Mrs. Clyd"
Suther played the entrance march
\ for the officers elect. Rev. Joe 1'.
^ Self, Jr., gave the invocation fol
£ lowed with the pledge of allegiance
led I)j A1 Johnson, retiring worth,
patron. Wanda Rrejvster, daugh
ter o!' the worthy matron, sang the
solo, "I Believe,'' accompanied h>
Mrs. 1 i;iiik Klliotl at In piano
Mi . Brew ter presented the
jiast matron's jewel lo Mr
Humphrey.-, and Mi. 1 <>
past patron" Jewel to
llie worthy matm
^ talk soli i t e11 tie i IPO.
support of officers and
for tli" coming year. She present
>d ear >i of her officei a lid a! -
the installing officer- il>- 'a .
cups and saucer- with the 1-. ter'
Star emblem printed in star-point
colors, ami to Mr. Collins, Mi
i Clayton and Mi. Hoi.iphii:, .-Ik
trave gold 1 'astern Star pencil-.
Mr M cl 'o 11 :;t s, on he lia I! ■ t til*
'new officers, presented the new
worthy matron a waffle iron and
|also a personal gift. Mrs. I(e\
Brewer presented her a M-rapbook
Mrs. Hemphill presented Mi>
! Rrew ster a handbook which she
j compiled w ith suggestions to . ssnl
vjher in hei year's work.
&; Mrs, C. M. Campbell on behalf
? I of Mr-. Murle Howard, Mrs. Ilane
jjNixon, Mrs. Warren Willingham
Viand herself, as a token of their ad
& miration and apprei iation, present
\ fd a lo*ing cup to Bune \ Collm-
J |who had erved as worthy patron
y I with each of them when th«" 'i"
Rrewster of Junction, and Mis*
Violet Houscwright of Stamford.
A little hoy at • hool for the
first time was sobbing bitterly.
"What's the matter, Willie?"
said the teacher.
"1 don't like school and I have
to stay here until I'm 14," wailed
"Don't let that worry you," said
the teacher, "1 have to stay here
until I'm <55."
Lady Customer "I see thii
medic ine I ail\ er' - e.| ;i- rood lor
man and beast." ,
i uston ' i "<iiit >ie a bottle. 1
believe it's tin right cienhination
t'i help n > husband."
A. S"l Mill MI I I I N<; of Al-
^JVbar.y Imlgi No 4X2, A. F.
K \ M , I liur-daj i i111 uii or t>e-
fore full moon All membere
:rged to attend
\ i t «> rs
■\ I Mitchell, W. M.
J. li Willett, Secretary
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The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 69, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1953, newspaper, June 18, 1953; Albany, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth401769/m1/3/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.