The Montague County Times (Bowie, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, October 12, 1951 Page: 3 of 10
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FOR MEN ONLY
This is terrific. fe&M are offer-
ing a 16 oz. Doeskin Sheeh Gab-
ardine Miracle Pants. A Califor-
nia pants treated with” a “Spot
Mrs. J. R. Hays left last week day last week visiting Mrs.
Not" process. We guarantee mud for Houston to spend several Olivia Denny. Mrs. Denny is a were elected
won’t mar it; ink won’t stain it;! days visiting in the home of her sister of Mr. Willett and is a
WFMS ELECTS OFFICERS » THE MONTAGUE COUNTY TIMES
The WFMS met at the Naz-j —*----7--
arene church Tuesday afternoon Mr*. Gene Pollard
at 2:30 o’clock, for its last meet-
ing of the church year. Rev. S. L. Honored With Pp*t
Wood presided over the busipess
session. The following
BOWIE, TEXAS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1951
many sent gifts who were unable
to attend. ’
Saint Jo, and Mrs. Dale McGee,
Mrs. Valton Jones, Mrs. C. E.
"on&s Nuptial Shower
sr rw M ^
forhid’s leading slack manufac- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dyer of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dyer at- secretary and recording were- J-TmUs ^’innh H^r'tfoie
turer gives yoif slacks stylishly Rush Springs. Oklahoma,; were tended, the monthly, trading tary. Mrs. Rubv .Wolf, supenn- Z?, t" ® \r
draped; cloth faced waist band in the Sunset vicinity over the attraction in Bowie Monday. tendent of study, Mrs. Wanda naviH WnvW .n i.i.
lining, welt pockets offset from past weekend visiting B. F. Dyei Mr. and Mrs. Walter Caswell Sigman, supt. of publicity. Mrs. ' nrt Mr naviri Minor wer»>Vn-
le seam, and saddle stitched and his oaughter, Mrs. Odessa 0f Tahoka were in the Sunset Era Harlow, prayer and fasting' hnUrwrc fnr thn .wi iim
Studebaker. They visited also vicinity over the weekend visi- Mrs. Callie Hill, box and mem -
Out of town guests included [ Cox and Mrs. Don Richardsod
Mrs. Dean Pollard and Mrs. Jade °* Bowie.
Pollard of Nocona. Mrs. J. P.! --
Morgan and Mrs. Jack Hanson of Watch Out For
The home of Mrs. Alma Ber
Montague was the i Prairie Valley; Mrs. Joe Farris of \
We have a tremendous supply with other relatives while here ting Mr. and Mrs. Sid Caswell, bership, Mrs. Eula Cook, evan-
in al! sizes and .in^any color you The Richard Dyers are former Mrs. Lillie Breeze and other rel- gelism. Mrs. BeTTiiie Hunter and
can name. Only $12.75. Sene! $2.50 residents of the Sunset vicinity atives. They are former resi- other sheep, Mrs. S. L. Wood.
downpayment with your waist & but have been living in Okla- dents of the Sunset section. ...... . -.
length measurements specifying homa several years. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Crim VFW AND AUXILIARY
what, color you want, and you Rex Hartsell and son, J. H., sold their residence in the south- GIVE FAGGARDS
will receive your pants promptly. were in Fort worth one day last west section of Sunset to Mr. and GOING AWAY PARTY
167 PIER AVE.
SANTA MONICA, CALIF.
. The sweetheart theme of
hearts and flowers were used
throughout the house. The table
was beautifully adorned with a
lace linen over gold metallic
cloth. The floral center piece for
the table was white baby mums
1 ..... ... in a pink container. Pink hearts
weekend marketing some cattle. Mrs L C McDonald The deal „~IF , . . .
& | a ue ueai The yFW and VFW auxiliary of variegated sizes on streamers
Mrs. E. A. Teague of Childress was made on Monday of this : ancj friends of Mr. and Mrs. Paul of white satin ribbon added
was in the Sunset vicinity part week. As to when Mr. and Mrs. Faggarcj honored them with a much to the attractiveness of
of the past week visiting W. F. Crim may release possession of | going away party at the VFW the table. The other shower
Teague, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence pthe residence nothing was re-; hall, October 6. Refreshments rooms were decorated with fall
Teague and children. j vealed. But Mr. Cilm stated thay were served and the VFW and flowers and leaves. Angel food
Wallace Tate was in Bowie planned to have construction^ auxiliary presented Mr. and Mrs. squares and punch was served
Faggard with a beautiful hand from crystal service with Mrs.!
painted lamp. Individual gifts Sammy Hoover pouring.
were presented by friends. There^ Mr. True Barbee was in charge
were approximately 60 present : . . . ’ ..
„ **, ..■■■„ " ot recreatoin for the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Faggard will
make their home in Wichita Mrs. David JCukendall presided ’
Fa]js at the guest book. The book In |
the shape of a heart and cover-!
Now Is The
4-Door Sedan, Regular Shift,
Tinted Glass, Loaded with Ac-
Friday on business. | start soon on a vacant lot
B. B. Lance and James Hail | ^ich he owns by highway 81
about one mile north of Fruit-
land. The price considered in the
! sale of the Crim residence was
not publicly disclosed.
Quite a number of residents
the i of’ Sunset and vicinity attended
Mrs. N. E. Hendrix of Sacra-
mento, California, arrived at ’
Sunset one day last week for
a visit of several days in
u , , , , , the monthly trading events
home of her daughter, Mrs.' . .. J B
Clarence Teague and family. j J
J. S. Clark returned last 'Aee’it-!
end from visiting several days in|
ed with pink satin adorned with
Mr. •and Mis. J. W Senn had t,ny unies of the valley and
1 as visitors, Mi and Mrs. W. L. wfjite satin streamers was in-
Andrews of Wichita Falls and ^eed a Work of art. This was pre-
and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Golcher sentecj to the honoree by Mrs.
4-Door Sedan, Dynaflow,
Loaded with Accessories
Sedanette, Regular Shift,
Loaded with Accessories
____QrilnR PnHin TTani nr_
uvuunj tvuUiu inuiti
12 to 20
1950 Z; 1695
Sedan, Powerglide, Radio,
Deluxe 4-Door Sedan. A
14,000 Mile Car. Perfect.
•/ .*:+ ■
Mrs. Jimmie Wiggins
Dallas at the home of his daugh- j daughter, Glendolyn are here for j and children of Wichita Falls, Kuykendall Fifty registered and
ter, Mrs. Maud Williams and j an indefinite stay at the home Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Clements and
family. i of her parents, Mr. and Mrs: '■ Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Etheridge, all
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Willett ! Fred Hoeldtke. j of Bowie.
of Dallas were in the Sunset Miss Joyce Hoeldtke, who ----*--
vicinity^ last weekend visiting1j teaches business-administration' Francis Dort of Dallas was
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. ■ in the Archer City highchool was here over the weekend visiting
Willett and Mr. and Mrs. L. J.: gues'L per parents, Mr. andj her mother and fathef, Mr. and
Bradford. j Mrs. Fred Hoeldtke. ! Mrs. K. R. Dort.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Me-1 ___________ _____.
Farlane of Wichita Falls spent
the weekend at their farm home
southeast of Sunset.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Caswell
were Monday visitors in Bowie.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitaker
and Wallace Tate were in Okla-
homa City, Sunday attending a
Dawn Bible student’s convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Willett of
Arlkf&tott, were in the Sunset
vicinity ovSn the weekend visi-
ting their parents, B.-W. Willett ,,
sr., and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Cav-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hipp of
Vernon were in Sunset Sunday
visiting Mrs. Eva Grayson,
mother of Mrs. Hipp.
Mrs. N. C. Jackson and daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ettie Smith, spent Fri-
day night in Arlingtou at the
home of Mr. and Mrs Ray
Chambers. Mrs. Chambers is a
daughter of Mrs. Jackson and
twin sister of Mrs, Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Crim
were in Bowie Monday on busi-
ness. t ,
Mr. and ‘Mrs. J. A. Rollins
bought the Mrs. Alice Johnson1
residence by highway 81, in the
northwest section of Sunset and j
moved into it one day last week.;
Mrs. Johnson died a few months
ago and this deal was made by
her '^ter, Mrs. Thursa Webb off
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Willett and
daughter, Mrs. Vida Stephenson, j
were in Duncan, Oklahoma, one j
TO HAVE YOUR BUTANE AND
PROPANE TANK FILLED FOR
BOWIE BUTANE GAB B0.
On Fort Worth Highway
Sedan Coupe. Loaded
Sedan Coupe, Hydromatic.
Radio-Heater, White Sidewall
1946 supers." ’695
, Sales and
When Better Q
Values are Of- T ,
fared, Lee **
Vaughan Will A
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80S W. Wise Bowie Phone 71
WMU MET TUESDAY FOR
REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING
The WMU of the First Baptist
church met Tuesday, October 2,
in the basement of the church,
for their regular business meet-
ing. An interesting mission pro-
gram wa conducted by Mrs.
The president, Mrs. Sallie Har-
vey led those present in the
WMU watch word of the year.
During the business session
good reports were given from the
standing chairmen and circle
eladers, and young peoples lead-
ers. One new young people’s or-
ganization was reported. The
YWA’s, under the leadership of
Mrs. Bill Simpson, gave a good
report about the box prepared
for Buckner’s orphan home in
Mrs. Clarence Newsome closed
the meeting with prayer. There
were 22 ladies present.
NOT Paper...NOT Plastic...BUT
ZONE MEETING OF
LIONS IS HELD AT
BRIDGEPORT SEPT. 21
Thomas Evans, president of
the Bowie Lions club and Emin
Heard, secretary, attended a
Lions zone meeting at Bridgeport
■ricay night, September 21, dur-
ing which Vic Baldridge, Lions
zone chairman, presided. The Al-
vord Lions club is to be hosts
to a similar meeting at Alvord in
November and the Bowie Lions
club has invited the group to
hold a meeting at the Bowie
Lions Den In December.
Satin Stripe, border
There’s a flash of contrasting color on waist and
skirt of this lovely satin stripe chambray ... a peek at
buttons in the smartly concealed button-down-the-front
dress with a pretty illusion of fullness.
Fw,V/iemfne. , ,0n9
# Ue'back* included b6Qded'
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Russell’s Dept. Store
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The Montague County Times (Bowie, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, October 12, 1951, newspaper, October 12, 1951; Bowie, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth647265/m1/3/: accessed February 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bowie Public Library.