The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 76, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 28, 1960 Page: 4 of 8
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THE ALBANY NEWS
Albany, Texat, Thtrm
Mrs. Zant Presents
Mri. Roth 6. Zant of Fort
Worth, horticulture chairman of
the Fort Worth Garden Club and
Harden editor of the Star-Tele
(ram, gave a horticultural program
far members of the Albany Oar-
Hen Club Thursday afternoon in
the fellowship hall of the Presby-
terian educational building.
Mrs. Zant, who is director of
the Garden Club Group, profes-
sional garden consultant, and for
seven years was lecture chairman,
Texas Garden Clubs, Inc., intro-
troduced her progrm with pictures
of the rolling hill country around
ger, almond cookies, and fortune
rookies, ejich containing a fortune
which enlivened the entertainment
as it was read.
I'late favors were miniature
Jasmine tea was served by Mrs.
Reaves Hickman in the parlor. Ap
pointments were Oriental.
Following the program the pres-
ident, Mrs. Reaves Hickman, pre
sided for a brief bininess meeting
Mrs. J. Carter King gave a gar
Mrs. Cecil Goff read dates to
remember and reports were given
by Mrs. Liles for the project com-
mittee, Mrs. Frank Andrews ther
apy committee; Mrs. Olon Goff,
ways and means committee; Mr.-
John Tarlton, book chairman, and
The pictures she showed of i \frs (>cil Goff, general flower
many of the beautiful yards in show chairman, who thanked all
the committees for their excellent
work in helping put over the show.
The chili voted to send $3f».00 to
headqinrter,r building fund in
Fort Worth illustrated the types of
landscape design. She encourag-
ed plantings that were best suited
to the locality, and stressed using! , 1
- .1 the
a pattern of repetition in plant-
The speaker was introduced by I
Irs. Charles K. Jacobs, program 'T* Worth
Fort Worth. The hearfffuartf r
buiWitiff was eorustfii'ted in th<
THE AMERICAN WAY
A Japanese theme was follow^!
tn decorations and refreshments.
Decorations and part of tho re
Botanical Gardens in
Mrs. C. f,. GIadd« n was elected
i new member of the club.
Ifostes. •• were Mmcs. H. V.
freahmeritfl were brought over Key, F red Douglas, Gene f'ickard,
from Japan by Mrs. Minnie Tales, Morri Miller and K. S. ftothe.
who recently returned from a The pre.-irlent announced that
world tour. : the workshop group:1 would meet
Kamboo tnd wind chimes, Jap- Feb. 4 to study "Desitrn in Mow
anese lanterns, Oriental arranire-
ments of driftwood in Japanese
rice bowl, budding jasmine and a
Hakat.a Japanese figurine on a
fiber mat, driftwood and ivy, Jap-
anese scarf and shopping bag w^re
used in decorating the ladies' par-
er Arranging." They will rr aiir
crescent arrangements and asym
metrical arran cements.
Oth<-r pr« ent were Mme . f\
T. Sears, Harold Davis, J. \
Douglas, C. ff. Ayro-*, Jack Moorr
W. V. Wheeler, f . M. C.'i: < y, John
iCAM Be EN ON
YOUR BlN6€ ION6
FOR THE CUtt/
Peace, be still.
ceased, and there was a great
calm." Mark 4:39.
One of the most talked about
subjects in the world is weather.
We joke about, blame the "weath-
er man" for it, try to control it,
and in the last analysis c?n do lit-
tle about it. It has always been
so and probably will remain that
The inciflent spoken of in the
words above took place on the
sometimes turbulent Sea of Gali-
lee. It was a very natural storm
which met with a very unnatural
end, for Christ the I.ord of Nature
called nature back from turbu-
lence to a great calm. Certainly
Jesus' purpose in commanding the
-term to be still was to save the
Mrs. Joe r>. Moore was leader disciples and ship from possible
of the Wesleyan Service Guild pro-
gram Tuesday evening, which was
The Word Of . . . GO" TO L0UJSIA"4 , ,
_ Mrs. J. J. Mayes, resident of
God Says . . • Albany since the late 1920's, rnov-
"And He arose, and rebuked j^^""^ia^To 'live™ with ^r
the wind, a^a'^^VfnY ^ughter, Mrs. M. C. Hammaek.
'Service Guild Studies
lor and the hall. ! Oilier, ('. K. I'.rownfield, Paul
In the adjoining class room Thomas, R. C. "Daniell, Carroll
Japanese centerpiece for the po|-! Smith, Joe M. Overton and Mi
ished refreshment table was fash
ioned of a sacred bridge, pagoda,
fishpond, boat, agate rock garden
and Japanese figurines on a black
straw mat. On the comer of the
table was an open Japanese para
sol. Here refreshments served
were macadamia nuts, pa.paya
chunks on tooth picks, candied giri-
Nell Sammons. and Kronie Clan ell
Guests were Mrs. Zant and Mr .
J. II. ( '.ason of Fort Worth, who
accompanied Mrs. Zant.
Mrt. Glenn Leech, Dorit, Jim
and Nancy, went to Abilene Sun-
day to see Glenn Leech in Hen
drick Memorial Hospital.
M CURRENT RETURN
Federal Insured Savings
Each account insured up to
Interest paid in cash or compounded
Every Three Months
Oil and Industrial Stocks
CHAS. W. SOMMER
Hox 747 — Phone 111 <1-2-1X0
URECK EN RIDGE, TEX A S
Proven Time-Tested Tonic
Classroom Teachers Class Meets in
Meet at Crade School Spurgin Home
The Alb.my CI • ■■•room Teachers Mr,. Roy Spur?in v" hesfe- at
met Monday afternoon at in | her home 'Ihursdiy ni^ht for the
a continuation of the rtudv «»,
"Contemporary Man and the Unit-
ed Nation-." The meeting wr-s
I held at the Methodist Church with
the president, Mrs. R. O. ferry,
f. re ilirij'.
The leader read Micah 1:1 I for
the devotion and a- has s of her
She also reviewed
" Keeping the Peace."
W. Cloud di.vu-<d
'Mi .(■ 1 F'roble r. Oij
and Mr . Moore chrr»-
; onthly social meet rii? of the
Friendship elass of the 1 ir.-,t
The president, Mrs
Crow, presided for the
After two quiz games were
played, refreshments of date pud
ding, coffee or cold drinks were
Members present were Mines.
Walter Crow, C. E. Biggs, Aries
Macon, John F.d Macon, T. I. Fos-
ter, Joe Cauble, Anna Clayton,
Dorothy Parr and daughter, Mar-
sha, and Miss Fannie Wells.
-1- irf.er one
Mr . J.
!er rn. "I
mce of \T n."
Mr . Perry turned the pa're5? of
he I . N\ f! i cjiart and Mrs,
Moore rear! the ri t to hov. how
the C. N\ deals v. I'h b?« '• human
f rohlems. Sh>- . aid. "Most im-
portant i- the interest th-»t. people
ordinary citizens of the coun-
tries belonging to it take in tVrt I
Walter (• ft is not something apart,
busine^ ft js aj| 0f us working through the
C. V. The U. Nr.'s greatest need
is interested citizens in every
"The U. N\ is our conscience,"
lie continued, "ft reminds us of
the responsibility of feeding the
Attend Rose Society
Meeting in Abilene
hungry, visiting the sick and im-
prisoned, befriending the widowed j SO(ne far off Ianet „ .
and the orphaned, l,nnp;ne Just.rr ,tar< h(i w||| stm ^ u> humh]v .
and love and human brotherhood bow his hea<J an(, on,
to those of God s children who a for(,e> or combinP(| for(.eg which
neec it sore y. God the Creator has already plac-
A newspaaper article N e() h„rp B|r>sse(| b(l th(,
name of the i
Asked to I robe Ant.-Sem.tism Lor(, .. The Christian's role then
(was read bv Miss rronie Clausen, • i * e.
i u n n n v n „ i ,i ! 155 not to or deny scientific
, A T , V' advancement and progress, hut to
Mrs. Jack Moors, Mrs. J. II. } «th Oeneral Assembly, an article jnterpret ,t f0rrect|y for himgeIf |
Reynolds, Mrs. Minnie Liles, Mrs. 'RftU!?:ii I thon strive to make that God-
Frank Andrews, Mrs. J. I>. Doug
The lesson Feb. 0 will include j
as and Mrs. Carroll Smith attend-1 chapters 4,
5 and in th" sti'dv
the Nancy Smith Llementary au-
ditorium with the president, Mr .
f. W. Cloud, presiding.
Mrs. Minnie Liles, world travel
er, showed slides of her recent trip
through Hawaii, Japan, Thailand,
China, India, Jerusalem, Italy and
Fgypt. About 30 guests were
Following the program a busi-
ness meeting was held, at which
time Mrs. Vines, project chairman,
discussed plans for selling ticket.-
to a benefit games night v. • ch
will be held Tuesday night, Feb.
1T>, 7:30, in the grade school gym
nasium. The public is urged to
participate and tickets may be
purchased from any teacher for
$1.00 per person.
Mrs. Cloud discussed the Class-
room Teachers national conven-
tion to be held in Hawaii July 2-
15, asking any teacher who might
be interested in poinp to make res-
ervations early as the number will
be limited. The University of
Hawaii will grant two hours credit
tc any teacher who attends the
convention for credit.
Covered Dish Supper
The January ,-ori'tl meeting of
the American I ejL'ion Auxil -iry
was a covered dish supper Monday
evening in the I,e,rion hall.
Mi s Myrtle Sma'ley opened the
supper with a prayer.
The menu featured fried chick .
j en, vegetables, salads, pie, coffee . colored pictures illustrating thei
and hot chocolate. j The spring rose show win d
An hour of chatting and visit <:uF^r<d and planned.
ing was enjoyed. i During the luncheon hour guest
Members present wore Mmes. | w,.„t 0n a tour of the Caldwell pnUCE RAPE II ■ <'
George It m sher, John C. Price, I yar<l. flights from '>00 to 1,000 ,feet
Claude Walraven. Arthur Harris., The next meeting will be held n|mvr thi> terrain w II be flo.n
Mark Stewart, Walter I'osey, I lor jn the recreation center at Eair ov,.r „ar(s „f Texas, Now Mexico
othy I'arr, J. H. Willett, Sr., Clyde j |';,rk.
Suther, C. M. Campbell, W. E. | o
Griggs, Sr., and Misses Rebecca j yySCS StU(HeS
destruction, but it has another pur
pose. From this miracle of the
stilling of the tempest, Christ
would teach His d'scif les that day,
and us today, that ffe is f/Ord of
these things which ff«• has created,
ffe is the ^ine Who h.as et the laws
of nature into being, He is also
the One Wh> can interrupt thes••
a me laws if it be I f is will.
Some people become very dis-
turbed when they read article.; tell-
ing of -' i' nee'; attempts to con-
trol the weather ;tr»d their efforts
to "make it rain." Put these efforts
re not in t.h'*'nselw -in, so Ion;?
as we real ze we are only control-
!:ng, and so Ion "; a we never boast
that we can create w ath^r condi-
tions. When we make these kind
of boasts, we fall into the >in of
the people who built the tower of
Habel. There was no in build-
! ing this hu;:e and beautiful tower,
but the in was that these people
>uiJt it to their glory and as a
symbol in which t.hcy could boast.
ft is sheer self-deception when
men operate with the channel the
laws of nature set into motion by
God, and then boast that they are
the creators of something new.
And so if man is ever successful
in controlling weather — or in
Mrs. Ham mack came out to help
Mrs. Mayes move. Her addreM
will be Route 1, Pox 41, care Mr*.
M. C. Hammack, Ponchatoula, Ia.
Mrs. Mayes is a member of the
First Baptist Church here, and was
secretary of t'.e Sunday school un-
til her health failed. She was
counselor of the Royal Ambassa-
dors for a number of years.
Mrs. Mayes married the late 3.
J. Mayes Feb. 19, 1920, at New
Orleans, La., and came to Al-
bany as a bride. Her many friends
regret to see her leave and wish
for her health and happiness.
Mrs. Mayes recently sold her
home where she had lived since
1944 to Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Pate.
with us this Sunday morning when
the theme of worship will be
"Peace, Re still."
Sunday school and Rible class,
10 a. m.; momintr worship, I 1 :00.
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHI RCH
leased and it
ful at Mmt.
t Willi U
tion to at
who made my
Thank you ft,
and gifta. Mtf
See us today for a good buy in a used en
1956 CHEVROLET Tudor- V-8. Powerglidt, r*£«, Utte,h
tory air conditioned and good tiros.
1956 PONTIAC Catalina Fordor Sedan. Radio, fceattr,iarmi
cfitioner. Good tire». EXTRA CLEAN.
LOCAL 1955 MERCURY Monterey Fordor.
Merc-o-Matic. Air conditioned. Good Mm, Eitradai
1051 CHEVROLET TUDOR. Standard (Mft, radio, kaMr.^a
tire<. Extra clean.
1954 CHEVROLET FORDOR. Radio, heetf,
pleasing intcrpretat'on known to
all men. Eortunate is the nation
cd a luncheon meeting of the Wcs' j ' J'r< 'J' n^' 'frr>< PrP which is able to kill tornadoes and
Texas Rose Society at the Guy f«r the meet in-
Caldwell home in Abilene Friday. I 'lurlnpr wh , h the puild voted to
bring rain tn parched >>ar»h. but
wretched and doomed to destruc-
The luncheon able, laid with ecru K'. ».00per member to d.stnct tfen is the nat nn ^ rY
madeira linen place mats, was askinps this year.
tered with a big crystal 'ray of' Th,> president
•a hite china rose.:
Mrs. C. Ii. King introduc
new president, Mrs. Cnldwe
.vas elected and installed
I last meeting of the society
i pr» sided for the bu in ess n
1 beginning at 10 o'clock and also
directed a round t;r !' discuss on
telling about all the 1^00 rose in-
I troductions and gave the parent
ige of the new rosr-. She howefl
the d strict meeting of the guild
' would be held in Rule Feb. 1 I
Members present v < ro Mm- -
Helen Price, Joe l>. Moore, J. W.
Cloud, R. O. Terry, Horace John-
ston, Minnie f.ile . J. M. N • r•!
('. ('. Cam "bell: Missc Kate Suth-
er, lna Davis, Kula Davis, Opal
Morris, Charlotte Johnston and
! I'ronie Clat'sell,
More Low Level
Bombing Runs Due
this as its power and its creation.
In the end, it is :ill thi
Chrst working throu h men
s ivs "Peace he f II."
1953 FORD FORDOR 9-pasxnger Statioa Wafaft.
heater and food tiroa.
LOCAL 1953 OLDSMOBILE FORDOR SEDAN,
healer. GomI tirea. Extra clean.
1953 CHEVROLET Bal-Air 4-door. Radio,
shift. Nice car.
1952 DODCE H-lon Pickup.
1953 FORD »/j-TON PICK-UP.
1 TWO-WHEEL BOX TRAILER. Spare tire aa4 at* ta»
Phone PO 2-2300
L E FARMER MB
Located HAGAR MOTOR CO—NORTH OF COURT Iww
Freeman and Myrtle Smalley.
Guests were Mrs. Lucy Mat
thews, I.ubnock, and Linda Harri
an<l Marsha Ann Parr.
Mr. and M: Darrell lludman
were hostesses for a surprise par
ty and dinner honoring Mr. and
Mr 1! y Hndman on their 25t
weddiinc anniversary. Co-hostesse
were their d'ni 'hter, Mrs. Wayne
Angel, «inl Mr-, (lene Morrison.
The table was coN.-red with
dnk 1 m ii table (doth and the cen
terpiecf was the anniversary cake
d*vcfr.,tt*,d. Decorat on-; wen- pink
Those present were the honor-
ees, Mr. and Mrs. Kay lludman,
•»nd children: Helen Ruth of Wich
ita Falls; Mr. and Mrs. W lyne An
People, Land, Places
Twenty-five menders were prr
ent when the Woman's Society of
Christian Service I" t Tuesday at
t'-rnoon at the Methodist I hurch.
The meeting onried with a prtv
er by Mrs. ('. S. Home, followed
l>y the proup sinpinc "l-'nr the
Beauty of the r.arth." Mr . !-■ •'
Met'ormick read the .^i-rlpture and
ivave the meditation.
"Don't Town and Covnt ■ I cdk
l.ive Well?" was the title >f the
•Iv. pter from the tudy book, '>
le, l and and Plan's," r<■ ■ ■ ■ ed
|)\ Mr . C. c. <'.anipbe'l. Mr 11 >n
".lat ley told two -t ires from the
ook, "On Good Soil." "A
ion Point Pour" told i>f the t'd
hips of establishing churche in a
' immunity in Maine, and "A Uiver
Town Brou ght Hack to I,fe" was
he story of a younjj minister who
Colorado, the Wright Air
Development announced today.
The flights, which will he made
by a WADD H-47 bomber, will
[originate at Kirtland Air For-"
i I' e, M., between January 25
f and March 6, to test low level
bombing techninues. Three d:f
relent routes will he flown during
that period, though none of the
' fliirhts will be made daily.
Route 1 will start at Sierra
lllanca, Texas, and ire eastward on
trai-l:t l:ne to Ketchum Moun-
j tain, 30 miles south"'"st of :
\ngelo. The IM" will fly near
or over Pe'os, Crane, Van Horn, j
McCamey, Rankin, l!i';i Lake, and
Mei i Ion, all ill Texas.
Route 2 will begin at Fowler,
Colorado, and flv elmost south I
Kent, Texa. . passing near or
Fowler and Manzanola, Colorado.
ml fly almost due south to Kent,
Texas passing near or over how
lor and M.m/anola, Colorado, and
Tucumcari, Melrose, Carlsbad, Itoy
L . i. o i,f ii <ii> , , . Fort Summer, Rosewell, and Ar-
el, \\ ichlta I'alls; I f*- Harold l>:>\ brought industries, a church and . ^ ^
lludman, l.nwton, Okla.; Robert. |,fP back into a dying river boat |>,jmf.Yv ill start at l ake Kemp,
lohnny and Teresa lludman of the i <own in Ohio. Mrs. W. O. Wlinr [ ; .im] wi]i f]\ almost due
'-ome in Albany : Mr. and Mrs. • ton told of • rural pariah in north-1 R()Ut'h' l#' nom„( Texas, passing ne-i.
(lene Morrison, Hilly (iene, Bobby, | orn Nigeria and the fruit- ;h:d|01. Urookenridie, Cisco, East
Sarah and Harbara, Mr. and Mrs. " " *
Darrell lludman, Shelia and Mel
vin, Joe Hudman, Mr Pat-y llol
-on, (leaneen, W. -lev and Hobby
Carrol, Fred Morrison and l.ou,
Mr. and Mr*. Arb Aiurel, Mr. and
Mrs. J im Whit* and Dawn, and
Mr. and Mr . Hoyce Nichols, Al-
(hit of town guests were Mr.
and Mr.. Henry l'art'iw, CJeorcre
town; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn White
nnd .To-, Clifton: Mr. and Mrs
meeting with prayer,
Members present were Mines.
W. O. Whorton, Herbert Hawkins,
Don Pdakl' v, C. C. Campbell, C. S.
Horne, Stanley Sammons, Hob
Sonny Morrison, Tommy and Den j Cannon, 0, M. Neff, W. T. Hrown,
were reaped from the hard labors Rigin(r star, Comancl
.if one minister and his family. ] i>r„wnwood, Richland Springs,
She also told of a Mexican • apsh ]..j, i,-k.-sl,ur ". Comfort, Handera,
at the foot of the creat mountain S;ul \nt0n!o, Pev ine, Freer. Hob
"White Woman," and the work of ,nvii|,, Throckmorton, Albany,
•i pastor who served the church plains. Coleman, Za
at the foot of this mountain ll'nta,' Santa \nna, Hrady, Kerr
Mrs. T. M. Howie closed the ' jIotKj„ IVarsall, Diilcy, Co
nie, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Morri
son, Charlotte and Huba, and Mr .
Hill He nson, Ida, I.aur i and
friend. I lia, of Winters; Karnes
t i'e II'II, Wichita Falls; Ann
Stapp, Albany; Pfc. Hilly W. Po«
ell of Lnwton, Okla.
Mr. and Mrs. Bttbhy J. Nichols
of Odessa sent a gift.
Marvin Pettit, P. 11. Pettit. K. C
Foster, J. A. Tucker. Joe Herron.
T M. Howie, Charles Neff, li. F.
C,rounds, Amy Hushnell, J. 1>. Ar
iher, 10. J. McCormick, Reave
Hickman, Minnie I.iles, R. J. Mob
erley, and Miss Nina Suther.
Office supplies at the Ncwsshrd
tulla and I aredo.
CARD OF THANKS
We . s* nd our heartfelt thank
+ o our friends and neighbors for
their many kind acts of synvnath'
during the illness and at the death
of our husband and father, N
l'cld. For the kindness of Or.
Howie and the nurs"s, for tli
cards, flowers and for the food
sent in, and other kindnesses, we
• re deeply grateful.
Mrs. N. F. Redd, and children.
»r-itr - 'tTn * iiimMM'no'
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Marparine... 2 lbs. 29c
46 oz. DIAMOND
Tomato Juice .2 for 47c
7 ox. SKINNER'S
2 for 25c
T-Bone Steak, L. ft
PORK CHOPS, I ft
TALL KORN or COOCH
COCOA, i/2 lb..... 33c
24 or KIMBELL'S
Mle Syrup 33c
2 lb. AUNT JF.MIMA
PANCAKE IX.. 33c
Texas ORANGES Ji
Grape Juice..2 for JJt
^avae, V2 gaL.. 39c
Eubanks Cash Grocery
601 North Main
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