The Montague County Times (Bowie, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, October 12, 1951 Page: 4 of 10
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fenogllo and
daughter, of Electra, spent the
weekend with their parents, Mr.
and Mra. Tony Fenoglio and Mrs.
D. R. Freeman.
Shamrock, Mrs. Ula West, D.’.E.
McClendon of Margargel were
SueaU of their neice and daugh-j' 4Jnf in whlteface thls week-
ter. Mr. and Mrs. George Admire'
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Magee of
Fbrt Worth spent the weekend
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
PmiI Murriel of Ardmore,
Oklahoma, was at the A. J. Fe-
noglio home on business Fridayj
Covington of Nocona, the newlCOMPLETES 25 YEARS SERVICE AS
SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT
Do Magee -of Bowie visited
with her mother, Mrs. Bell Ma-
gee and Mrs. J. C. Walker and
and Mrs. J. R. Brown of •Mrs L)on' Magee, Sunday.
Mrs. T. J. Vann, Mrs. Barney
Bcketti and daughters are visi-
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fenoglio
and Mae, Mr. and Mrs. James
Fenoglio and Darline Nobile
visited the great grandson,
Johnie Andrew Fenoglio Wilbie,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dunbar of
Wichita Falls were in town Sun-
Mrs. Cinthia Greer is visiting
lack Miller, fens driver ofi^l* week with her son, Mr. and
Foraotburg school, took the pu- Mrs' ^e Greer in Waurika. Okla-
plto of Mrs. True Barbee to the homa-
fair Saturday. The spon- Dwain Lamp^and son are
visiting her parents, Mr, and
Mrs. Roy Garrison returned to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bloom at-
Ryan, Oklahoma, after a visit tended the Arlington tate-Nav-
with her mother,, Mrs. W M varo football gam# Thursday
Keller,, Sunday. I night, October 1I,~ at Arlington.
Mrs. W. O. Hickman and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. F: Vaylctr were
Hattie Hickey were callers at here from Seymour, Saturday to
visit her sister, Mrs. C. N. Dickey
and her brother, Joe Garlington,
Mrs. Taylor and her husband
are teachers in the Seymour
the home of Mrs. Hickman's son,
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hickman.
Miss Winona Stewart, teach-
ing in the highschool at Corsi-
cana was guest of Misses Mabel
Beth and Opal Jackon over the
e. c. chandler is much im-| Paul Taliaferro Is
proved after a months treat-
ment for an eye affliction. He
and Mrs. Chandler are at the, PAULINE MORGAN
home of their son. Mr. and Mrs. _____
Ernest Chandler. They live on j The Business and Professional
I a farm at Fruitland. Mrs. Chand- \ Womens Club met Tuesday night
L. F. Wray sr., postmaster at j of illness or death in the family I ier is a shut-in having to get;in Die club room for their
B&PW Guest Speaker
N. G. VASSAR RETURNED
HOME THURSDAY, IMPROVED
N. G. Vassar, who was custo-
dian for the school, when he be-
came ill a few weeks ago was
returned to his home at 304
Lamb, Thursday, improved V
treatment in the Bowie Clinic-
Mrs. Vassar was at his bed-
side during the hospitalization.
Mr. Vassar was a grocery clerk
for Doc Jackson for several
MR. AND MRS. L. F. WRAY SR.
sot* are Mrs. Lowell Wood
Wichita Falls, Mrs. P. A. Car-
Terral, Oklahoma, has just com-| or near relatives and eight times
pleted an enviable record of he was away on vacation, and
Mrs. George Owens.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Maxwell was^ serving a quarter of a century j those times found him in Sun-
monthly business meeting.
tniaatl, Mrs. W. Shakelford, Mrs. ---------- - ------ —
Oeanre Berry, Mrs. David Minor, at tne A' *en°6110 nome bun ’ as superintendent of the Baptist day school somewhere, His wife) Monday Ooctober 15.
® " * slnvr nirrht r\r\ hncinnee I _ . • it. i • rvt. i . 11 < . ,
around in a wheel chair.
Bowie Garden club will meet
with Mrs. George Slaughter,! for the evening, made a very in
Harsh Drugs for
End Chronic Dosing! Regain Normol
Regularity This All-Vogotablo Way!
Paul Taliferro, guest speaker Tsking harsh drugs for constipation can j
r the evening, made a verv in-1 punish you brutally! Their crimps »nd 1
Mrs. 3. h. Jamerson and Mr. and
Mar True Barbee.
tin. Ruby Vann, Mrs. Joe
Cmnlnattl jr„ Mrs. Joe Car-
mtaatt «r., were in Bowie Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pyles of
Adtagton spent the weekend
with John Pyles.
lira. A. J. Fenoglio and Ray
wan shopping in Bowie Mon-
Bert Sledge whs home for the
weekend. He is being transferred
to the western counties for his
worit as tax collector and asses-
sor. and auditor.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Growno
visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs.
W. I* Richards of Terral, Okla-
day night on business. j church Sunday school of that Charlotte, also deserves equal
Hugh Phemister and his sis- piace ancj having resigned this commendation for having played
honored position took his place
as a member of the Men’s class
in the Sabbath school, last Sun-
Mr. Wray kept a record of the
ter, Mrs. Paul Garrett of Bowie,
spent the weekend at Weinart
and attended the homecoming.
Mrs. Jocie Patrick of Wichita
Falls is visiting with Mrs. Kate j
Loyd, who has been ill for the* Sundays in the 25 years
the piano foh services for over
30 years and has taught a Sun-
day school class since 1917. Her
adult class of women have hon-
teresting talk on public safety.] n^d^re^ed dosing!
Dale Jackson, a sophomore'Miss Reba Burright showed a
student in Baylor University at movie film on "Safety in Case| get gntU but
of an Atomic Attack”.
Mrs. Marguerite Gower, pres-
ident of the club, who is moving
to Dallas offered her resignation
Waco, was home for a visit with
his parents over the weekend.
Sunday guests of Mrs. Alice
Irwin were her grandhcildren, _______________________
ored her by naming her class, Bobbie and Johnny Ryman of and was presented with a going
_______________ - . , The Charlotte Wray class” for Nocona, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmo! away gift from the club.
J. M. Leatherwood and Mrs. 15" ha^onTy beftnshTweaeat | staxted their1 pilgrimage^there **"'1 RefJeshments w"e served to
,J'n?^,^eS^er, *S *JT1Prov*ne somej and serving the group 32 Sun- were only four classes in the Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Swaf- j following club members.
days, 24 of which he was absent | Sunday school and now there ford visited her father, W. L. Lura Dean Davis, Betty Minyard,
from Sunaay school on account1 are 15. Eight pastors have ser- Story, living at Terrin, Texas,
| ved the Terral Baptist church Sunday.
in the 25 years, the present min- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Curry of,
ister being Rev. Carson Everett. Decatur were Sunday guests of Morgan, Margerite Murphy,
In recognition of Mr. Wray’s her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Elma Kate Davis, Reba Burright,
fine contribution to Christian Worley. Helen Jefferies, Norwista Wil-
ideals, the Sunday school hon- Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Morgan of: l'ams’ Minnie McPherson, Ruth
ored him Sunday by presenting The Susanne class of the First Collins, and Thelma Moss.
Fred Bloom returned unday him with a lovely leather test- Methodist church changed thd!
in this cool weather.
Mrs. A. J. Fenoglio and Mae
were at the hospital in Nocona
Saturday for a check up.
Phil Fenoglio of Norman,
Oklahoma, visited Saturday with
his grandparents, Mr. and Mjs.
A. J. Fenoglio.
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Swear*
Ington of Gainesville visited his
Elizabeth Young, Clara Hoeldtke,
aMrguerite Gower, Lurlene Car-
ver, Henryetta Sands, Pauline
When you occasionally feel constipated,
gntU but tort relief. Tike Dr. Cald-
well's Senna Laxative contained in Syrup
Pepsin. It's all-vtgttabU. No salts, no harsh
drugs. Dr. Caldwell's contains an extract
of Senna, oldest and one of the finest
natural laxatives known to medicine.
Dr. Caldwell s Senna Laxative ustei
good, acts mildly, brings thorough relief
omfortahly. Helps you get regular, ends
_________ dosing. Even relieves stomach
sourness that constipation often brings.
If nos. aotteflod
Moil boHU to Box 280,
N.f. 18, N. r.
Contained in pleowint-tasting Syrup Peptln
mother Wednesday and.she re-1 from the spout encampment at ament edged with gold. His son, class meeting from Thursday!
and Mrs. Floyd Duncan turned home with him to spend I Cimeron> N. M. where he tookL. F. Wray jr„ caught the spirit to Friday night so members
had as their guests for dinner! a few days.
Sunday, Rev. and Mrs. James| Continued on page 5
MODERN BEAUTY SHOP
We Are Still Running Our
Summer Special on Permanents.
I extensive training foor the Wood of his father in, Christian work could attend the dedication ser-
badge. and is now serving as superin- vices of the new chimes in the
Bobby McClellan of Nocona was; tendent of the large and grow- church. Mrs. C. O. Ross, 502 E.
-guest of his grandmother, Mrs.1 ing Sabbath school. ! Wise is .hostess. Her joint-hos-
F. E. Harris over the weekend. . —----—-— —----- tesses are Mesdames J. F.
Guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Tal-'abd Mi. and Mrs. Wilbur Morgan. Thompson, J, W. Claik and Anna
madge Moore are her brother, attended the state fail* in Dallas Plater.
Mr. and Mrs. am Cleveland from! Sunday. j Virginia Ford spent the week-
Dumas, Texas. j' Patti Mattingly, Ann Bowman I end with Mary Wooife.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Parks and j and Kathleen Watkins attended; Miss Addie May Carlisle went
Billie.^and Bobby and Nelson! the state fair with the FFA girlsj to Menden, Thursday of last
Stewart were visitors_jft—thel Saturday, while-thoro they also! wpek tn visit her brother ~stn<L[^
home of Mr. ancl Mrs. Glenn attended the Icecycles of 1952. j family.
Boone Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mattingly! Mr; and Mrs. C. D. Barker of
Mrs. Fred Bloom visited during j attended Midwestern and Hardin Fort Worth visited the paternal
the past week with her sister, j Simmons univresity football
Mrs. J. B. Blue of Oklahoma City.; Same in Wichita Falls Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Vassar left Mrs. M us grave of Okla- j Sunday.
Wednesday for their home ini boma City visited her sister,! Mi, and Mrs. J. S. Carter and
Howley after two days visit with I Mrs- Era Harlow> recently and! daughter, Geneva, from Sweet-
his brother, N. G. Vassar, who th?y visited their brother, Oliver; water were visiting in Bowie
has been seriously ill in the! Kelly, at Clovis, New Mexico, the Tuesday.
Bowie hospital. past Week. j Bob Hodge, of the Southern
Mrs. A. S. Jameson left last M‘ss Addie May Carlisle went Seismograph company was in
to Minden, Thursday of last Bowie clinic for a tonsillectomy,
week for a visit with her brother
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bar-
ker and children of Fruitland,
fOR PROTECTION FOR COMFORT
il provide* a lough coating
for all underbody unit*. I*
impervious to rood »a!t»,
acids and alkalis. Resists
abrasion from gravel,
stones and cinders.
it penetrates seams and cor-
ners to help seal your car
against drafts, dust and
fumes. Makes car quieter
by reducing all road
and engine noiseu.
week for a visit with her daugh-
ter, Mrs. A. C. Jones at Mesia.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Barker of. an<d family.
Fort Worth visited the paternal |
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Barter and children of Fruit-
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Evans
and his mother, Mrs. T. P. Evans;
Mr. and Mrs. John Baiiey of
Texarkana, Texas, have an-
nounced the birth of a son, bom
October 5, 1951. The young man
attended a zone meeting of Ford; has been named Robert Barney
EVANS MOTOR COMPANY
Phone 468 ^ Bowie, Texas
Motor company dealers at Dallas
Melton Ray Stout of Wichita
Bailey and has an older sisted,
Jerrey Lee Bailey.
Mrs. Bailey will be remem-
I have opened up a Used Car
lot on a site across from the
Fort Worth and Denver Depot.
Have good Used Cars, Pickups
WILL BUY, SELL OR
A. B. BEASLEY
Falls spent the weekend, with ! bered as Jerry Zuber, daughter
relatives and friends in Ring-1 of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Zuber
gold. 1 Mr. Bailey's parents reside in
Paul Yeagor made a business' Tennessee.
trip to Henrietta Monday morn- -:--
Ing. Watch Out For
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Calloway! "THE PROWLER”
made of steel-ribbed
Help Make A
Following an attendance of 285 men, women and children
, at the Methodist Church Sunday School Sunday, October 7,
| a goal of 300 has been set for next Sunday, October 14. Let’s
strive to make our goal. L
E. H. Morgan, Superintendent
j WESLEYAN GUILD SPONSORS EVENING SERVICE
Members of the Wesleyan Guild of the Methodist Church
urges everyone to attend the Evening Worship Service of
the Church Sunday night at 7:30 p. m.
Hear a soul stirring message by the pastor, Rev. Floyd
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are made of DUROWEVE
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INTERIORS —no posts, no
beams, nothing to snag or
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quality, beauty and service ...
at an aitFiazing low price!
White with pearl-like plastic
tops in choice of colors.
Mrs. J. Y. Clark, President
H. F. BROOKS
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60 Gauge, 15 Denier
RANCH STYLE BEANS
2 FOR 25c
UPTON TEA 1
3 lb. Tin
25 lb Bag Print
10 lb. Bag Print
5 lb. Bag Print
BOWIE GROCERY 00
jar or^tin 85$
Joe Garlington Lynn Garlington
Phone 299 WE DELIVER US West Wise
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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/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bowie Public Library.