The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 92, No. 69, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 9, 1951 Page: 4 of 8
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MILTON F. BROWN, JR.
Editor and Publisher
Entered in the Postofflc* at Cameron, Texas, as mail matter of eecond
(Utii under an act pasted by Congress, March 8. 1879.
Published every Thursday. Subscription rates: In Milam County fl.75 pet
year; outside county, f£KK>; out of State 92*25.
The Commissioners’ Court of Mi-
lam County will meet on Monday Au-
gust 20 1051 for the purpose of con-
sidering and adopting a County Bud-
get for the year 11*52 The meeting
will be held in the county court room
of the Milam County courthouse ut
Cameron, Texas, at 9 A. M. Any per-
son or persons interested are invited
to attend said meeting
Dan Tyson, County Judge
Milam County, Texas. 8-ltc
The Cameron Herald
Thuroday .August 9, 1951
GALVANIZED PIPE FOR SALE—
All sizes 1-2 to 2”; also black pipe,
plumbing fixtures-Plumbing supplies,
barbed wire and fence. Woodson I.br.
and Hdw. Co. 8-tf
MUFFLERS BUILT to last, at B.
Offield’s Welding Shop.
MATTRESSES— Old mattresses re-
novated or made into innersprings.
Write BEST BEDDING CO., ROUND-
ROCK. We pick up and deliver.
First Presbyterian Church
Sunday School at 9:45 am. Morning
ing worship at 11. Young People De-
partment meets at 7. Union Service
at 8 at the Methodist Church Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 8 Rev. John
First Christian Church
Sunday Schol at 10 A. M. Morning
worship at 11. Young people, meet at
7 P. M. Union service at.Methodist
church at 8 P. M. Rev. Tommie Bou-
Burlington Baptist Church
Sunday School at 10 A. M. Morning
worship at 11. BTU at 7:80 and ev-
ening worship at 8:30. Prayer meet-
ig each Friday at 8 P. M. with Her-
man Schulz, leading.
....Friday 7:30 P. M. Service Meeting
and Teocratic Ministery School, Sun-
day 3 P .M. Watchtower Study, Sub-
ject, “Vision of the Time of the End."
Battetown Baptist Church— Marlow Baptist Church
Sunday School at 10 A. M. Morn- Supply pastor is to fill the pulpit
ing worship at 11. BTU at 7 and each Sunday. Rev. Joel Thielepape,
Evening Worship at 8. Rev. Bob Wal- 'pastor recently resigned. Sunday
ker will be in charge of both morning School at 10 A. M. BTU at 7:30 P.
und evening services. Prayer meeting M.
Wednesday evenings. Gospel Tabernacle—
( ntholic Church— | Sunday School 9:45, Morning wor-
Rev. George Duda will be in charge ship 11:00. Young people’s services at
of both the 8 and 10 A. M. Mass. 7:00 P. M. and Evening worship at
Mr. and Mra. Walter White of
Maysfield are staying with her moth-
er, Mrs. H. V. Harlen until their
new house is. finished.
Miss La Nettc Thwcatt of Branch-
ville attended the Presbyterian church
camp at Mexia.
Virginia Sanders and Bonnie Jean
Rogers visited in the home of Mrs.
J. A. Wilkinson.
Mra. Awe! I Walston spent the week
end in Heamo whare she visited her
Little Dede Floyd, one year old
baby of Austin reeently visited Mr.
and Mrs. Doc Thweatt of Maysfield
and Mr. and Mra. Herbert Thweat of
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smithwyck of
Dallas are visiting her mother, Mrs.
Mamie Looney of Pranchville.
Mra. Mamie Looney went on vaca-
tion with her daughtera.of Hearoe.
They visited in California.
Miss Bobbie Gill of Branrhivilla at-
tended the home coming in Alton,
Texas last week end.
Mrs. Doc Thweat and Danny of
Maysfield and Mrs. Herbert Thweatt,
Speed, Larry and LaNette of Branch-
ville visited in Austin Thursday whno
they took little Dede Floyd home.
NOWJ TAKE GRAND PRIZE HOME
IN THE HANDIEST CARTON EVER DESIGNED!
Assembly Of God
Rev. C. P. Robison
Mid-week services held Tuesday and
the 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. services Sun-; Thursday evenings at 8:00. Regular
Now Is .The Time . .
To Install Bnlane
For Next Winter v
Lower Costs—Faster Service
$15 DISOOUNT ON
MAGIC CHliF RANGES
With Butane System
Central Bnlane Co.
Yes, Ideal Chicks are hatched the
year round and now is a mighty
good time to start another bunch of
chicks. I.arge Grade A Eggs are no
wquoted at 52 cents What will they
be this fall 7 ? 7 Get your production
white leghorns direct from our best '
trapnested breeders. Your Poultry j
Headquarters and a complete line 1
of Purina Livestock feeds. Ideal Hat- | worship at 10:55. Young people
chery. 68i2tc meet at 6:30. Choir practice at 7. Dr.
day School at 9:45. Christ Ambas-
sadors meet at 7. Prayer meeting
each Wednesday night.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School at 9:45 A. M. Mor-
ning worship at 11. BTU 7 P. M.
Evening worship at 8. Prayer meeting
each Wednesday at 8 P. M. Rev. P.
A. Corkern, pastor.
North Central Church of Christ
Sunday School at 10 A. M. Morn-
ing worship at 11. Evening service
at 8. Ladies Bible Class on Monday at
9 A. M. Wednesday at 8 P. M., Prayer
meeting. James Record, Minister.
During the months of July and Aug-
ust union services for the First Me-
thodist, First Christian and First Pres
byteran Churches will be held on the
lawn at the Methodist Church. Mem-
bers of all three churches are urged to
attenod these services and bring
someone with you. Dr. Mark C. Ma-
gers, Rev. Tommie Bouchard and
Rev. John C. Solomon will alternate
in bringing the evening sermons.
Maysfield Methodist Church
Church Services first and third Sun-
days, morning service at 11 and even-
ing service at 8. Rev. Comer Alden,
pastor. WSCS every Monday at 3
First Methodist Church
Sunday School at 9:45 A. M. Morn-
broadcast every Sunday morning from
7:00 to 7:30, over Station KTAE, Tay-
lor. Rev. II. M. Bowley, pastor.
Milano Methodist Church
Sunday School at 10 A. M. Morning
worship at 11. Evening Worship at
8. Men’s Bible Class meet at the par-
sonage. MYE at 7 P. M. Prayer meet-
ing Wednesday at 8 P. M.
Closing program of the Vacation
Bible School at Liberty will be held
Saturday at 8 P. M. R. E. Ledbetter,
Mra. Tom Mitcham la visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Lucille Sanders at
Hempstead this week. Mrs. Sanders
is ill and in a hospital in Hempstead.
We don't claim to sell all the feed
in town, but We received three car-
load shipments during the last 6 days,
1800 bags. We feel THERE IS A
REASON and invite you to check with
us when needing feed. We will appre-
ciate the opportunity of serving you.
We deliver. Wilson Produce Com-
pany, Phone 263. 27-2tc
Go To Church Sunday.
Mark Magers, minister, Union Service
at 8:00 P. M.
Red Star foMfry
Will give you more eggs from
Given In Drinking Water
Will Rid Your Pullets and
Fryers of Worms
Stops Black Heads In Turkeys
RED STAR PARASITE
Will rid your chickens and Turkeys
of Mites, fleas and Blue Bugs.
Farm & Ranch
ATTENTION YOUNG MEN! To-
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CAMERON LODGE Nn. 5*
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Meets Every Thursday Night
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H. B. MeCIellen, Secretary
CAMERON REBEKAH I.ODGli
Meets First and Third Tuesday
Mary White, Noble Grand
Johnnie Lee Richards, Secretary
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Brown, Milton F., Jr. The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 92, No. 69, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 9, 1951, newspaper, August 9, 1951; Cameron, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth577001/m1/4/: accessed September 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.