Jacksboro Gazette-News (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 100, No. 43, Ed. 1 Monday, March 12, 1979 Page: 4 of 6

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Jehovah's Witnesses
To Hold Convention
Delegate* front Che A/.Ie
('i«|!ni!illHin of Jeho-
vah‘* Witnesses. inclu-
ding resident* of Jacks
hor«. will hi* convening in
Arlington thin next
weekend. Mnreh 10-11. in
it semiannual eireuit
assembly. The Iwo-dav
Itihlt* convention i*
expected to draw 600
Witnesses from Azie,
K ulcus. Arlin|{ton. and
Mineral Well*. continuing
i series of weekend meets
■ventually etmontpassing
all North Central Texas
congregation*. The site
will Ih* the Jehovah’s
Witnesses Assembly Hall,
221 N. Center St.,
Arlington.
Dennis N Bennett and
George A. Atkinson,
traveling representatives
of the Watch tower
Society, will be the
tea turn) speakers. Ben-
nett will deliver the
advertised public address,
"A Cleansed Earth-Will
You live To See It?" at
Rick Clay's
Appliance Service
Quality Service
All Work Guaranteed
We Service All Brandt
Call: 567 2591
— 567 3941 _
2.00 p.m. Sunday.
The assembly program
begins at 9:55 a.m. on
Saturday. All sessions are
open to the public, and
according to 'Witness
custom, they are free, no
collections ever being
taken.
Hodges Rites
Held Monday
Charley Hodges who
died Sunday at ate 86 in a
Jacksboro nursing home
was buried at 2 p.m.
Monday in Oahwood
Cemetery.
The burial was under
the direction of Hawkins
Funeral Home with Rev.
Billy Rodgers officiating.
Bom October 4, 1892, in
Oklahoma, Hodges had
resided in Jack County
since 1922.
Survivors include two
sons, Pete Hodges and
Floyd Martin of Jacks-
boro; a daughter Louise
Crumpler of Eufala,
Oklahoma; a brother D.W.
Hodges of Fort Worth;
eight grandchildren and
17 great grandchildren.
HELP WANTED
EXPERIENCED anil TRAINEE
SEWING MACHINE OPERATIONS
bUimhi iriUUSTKIES
WICHITA HIGHWAT
Storage Space For Rent
All metal building; 10 foot by 20 foot space; large
door 8 foot by 8 foot.
As Low As
*25.00 per month
Bill Dennis 114W. College St.
NEW OFFICERS-Officers elected at the XYZ Club
meeting are left, Clio Hatcher, social chairman; Flossie
Shead, piano; Leona Wigington, president; Leola
Fowler, treasurer.
Pam Damron Reandeau
of Allen was honored with
a pink and blue shower
Thursday, February 15.
A yellow cake trimmed
in g’-een was made by the
aunt to be, Brenda Bolton.
Green punch and diaper
favors were made by the
aunt to be, Kay Diffen-
derfer of Decatur. Games
were played by seventeen
guests.
Present were both great
grandmothers, Lorene
Pender and Cailie Dam-
ron and grandmother
Norma Damron. Many
nice gifts were presented
and several guests
dropped by to say hello.
This will be Mrs. Rean-
deau’s first child due the
last of March.
JACKSBORO GAZETTE-NEWS, JACKSBORO. TEXAS 76056
XYZ Club
Met Tuesday
March XYZ Club met
Tuesday at the fellowship
hall of the First United
Methodist Church. Ruth
Damron presided at the
business meeting at 11:15
a.m. Clio Hatcher, social
service chairman at
Leisure Lodge brought the
program.
Hostesses were Leona
Stoddard, Sallie Reid and
Ruth Damron. Other
members present were:
Floyd and Leona Wiging-
ton, Mae Wigington, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Fowler,
Leona Woods, Bunk (Lee)
Fowler, Dave Dukes,
Annie Bascon, Ada
Whitsitt, Rose Riggs, Bill
Robinson, Wes Damron,
Ben Alcorn, Nova Cook,
Lona Dixon, Mr and Mrs.
E.B. Abernathie, Ruby
Abemathie, Pansy Mann,
Elsie Slaton, Othella
Oliver, Thelma Patton,
James A. Dobson, W.E.
Dingier, Rev. Elwood
Poore, Mrs. A.D. Willis,
Tom Sparks, Tula Mathis,
Pearl C. Yaw and Laura
Peacock and Flossie
Shead.
Hostesses for April will
be Rose Riggs, Othella
Oliver and Pansy Mann.
New officers elected today
are: Leona Wigington,
president, Ruth Damron,
vice president, Leola
Fowler, treasurer, Clio
Hatcher, song, Flossie
Shead, piano. Mrs. Sallie
Reid won St. Patrick color
prize.
Mrs. Longley
To Be Honored
Claudia Longley is
being honored with a
formal autograph party,
March 23 and 24 at Burt's
Pharmacy in Bridgeport
by John and Ruby Burt.
The party will be from
10 a.m. to 12 noon each
morning and from 2 to 5
each afternoon.
Mrs. Longley's "Poems
of a Christian Heart" is
just out.
Refreshments will be
served. The public is
invited.
HOSTESSES-Hostesses for the XYZ Club for March
are from left to right Sallie Reid, Leona Stoddard and
Ruth Damron.
Pam Damron Rumage Named
Is Honored To Dean's List
Boston's Berklee Col-
lege of Music announces
that Robert R. Rumage,
son of Mrs. R.O. Rumage
of 524 N. 4th Street, has
earned placement on the
dean's list for the fall
semester of the 78-79
school year.
To be eligible for this
honor, a student must
maintain an academic
average of B plus (3.3 out
of a possible of 4.0) while
carrying a full program of
studies.
Rumage is majoring in
Composition. His curri-
culum includes courses in
solo/orchestral perfor-
mances, improvisation
and arranging, as well as
courses in the humanities.
Upon graduate from
Berklee, Rumage will be
qualified as a teacher,
arranger/composer and
instrumentalist.
PUBLIC NOTICES
Notice of Hearing
"West Texas Home
Health Agency d/b/a Mid
vWest Texas Home Health
Agency, Seymour, Texas,
Represented by Marciano
Morales, #3 Briereroft, at a
hearing at 8:30 a.m. on
May 15,1979, in the offices
of the Texas Health
Facilities Commission,
1600 West 38th Street,
Suite 305, Jefferson
Building, Austin, Texas,
to present evidence in
support of the application
for a Certificate of Need to
provide the new services
to the residents of Archer,
Baylor, Childress, Clay,
Collingsworth, Cottle,
Dickens, Foard, Hall,
Hardeman, Haskell,
Van Makes
Monday Trip
The Jack County
Concerned Citizens van
arrived Monday, March 4
in Bryson for a day outing,
and visits in the hospital
and nursing homes.
Mrs. Edith Stafford was
hostess. The group made a
trip in the morning to
Jacksboro and enjoyed
lunch at the Lions
Building, with Senior
Citizens and at 1:00 p.m.
the van left for a trip to
Graham.
Alline Birdwell, Willie
Mae McCloud, Loretta
Smith, Bonnie Robinson,
Maggie Morris, Jewell
Jones, Gladys Thomas.
They visited Mike
Newsom in the Jack
County Hospital and Mrs.
Myrtle Keyser at Leisure
Lodge Nursing Home in
Jacksboro.
Personal
Visiting in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie
Berry over the weekend
were Mr. and Mrs. Lee
White, Carter, Oklahoma;
Mr. and Mrs. Ben White
and friend, Wichita Falls;
Mrs. Ethel Lemond, Knox
City; Brooks Lemond and
Mrs. Ollie Lemond of Fort
Worth; , Campsey*
Mrs. Dorothy;. Burnett,.
Mrs. Helen Williamson,
Post Oak.
Hood, Jack, Kent, King,
Knox, Montague, Motley,
Palo Pinto, Parker,
Shackelford, Somervell,
Stephens, Stonewall,
Throckmorton, Wilbarger,
Wise and Young Counties.
The Commission proposes
to render a decision on the
application on May 31,
1979.
A request to become a
party to the application
may be made by filing a
sworn affidavit with the
Commission using the
format prescribed by
Commission Rule no later
than 5:00 p.m., April 20,
1979, and by forwarding a
copy by certified mail,
return receipt requested to
the applicant and all other
parties."
Note: If no request to
become a party or petition
for hearing is timely filed
with the Commission, the
Commission may proceed
without a hearing on the
application for a Certi-
ficate of Need at any time
after April 20, 1979, upon
Monday; march 12.1979
written request by the
applicant.
_G43- le
WAITRESSWANTED
apply in person. Fanner's
Son Steak House.
B43-tfc
FOR SALE-Polled Hert-
ford bulls. Phone 476-
2492.
_H42-G43-2p
FOR SALE-Two opera-
tor, beauty shop equip-
ment, air condition.
Together or by piece. 567-
2895.
H6-B7-tfc
FOR SALE--Ma8ter A
library reference books on ^
the Bible. Call 567-2568.
H42-G43-lp
ELECTRICIANS
WANTED
Must have experience
top wages $6.00 •
$8.00 hr.
Full or part time
Chuck Larsen
Electric
567-5664
Something Special from *
SPIN-a-YARN
124 North Knox
£H0N
Learn the fascinating
art of
CROCHET
Classes begin Saturday
MARCH 17,1979
1 to 3 p.m.
Sign up now
Classes will be limited
For more information
inquire at
^ SPIN-a-YARN
Jacksboro
Squaw Mountain
Assembly of God
iion Sunday School
"" Worship
oini Evening Worship
it ixi Wednesday Prayer
Ser\ iee
First Assembly
of God
■ 121 North Second Street
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past, u
9: r> Teacher - I’rayer
Meeting
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ti '• 'hrist Aa,ha- - i l< tri-
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7: . Evangel.-ti< .'service
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Night
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St. Mary's Catholic

225 West ('oltege .Jacksboro
FATHER ALBERT
MlNAKT
Mass li |7i AM Sunday
First United
Methodist Church
I’M. North M mi .Jacksboro
REV E! WOODS pnoltK
pastor
Mrs. Anderson Shaw vor.
< 'hoir I hiootor
i:1.. •< 'liurch Soh«sil
. pi mi- W orship
.Jr. High I MYI-
7:0>t Evening Worship
WedneMlav 7 PM Choir
Practice
Southwest Baptist
718 West Mesquite
Jacksboro
REV DAVID JACKSON
pastor
9:4.5- Sunday School
11 :(Kt--Worship
6:00 Training I'nion
7:(Xi~Kvening Worship
7:00--Wednesday Worship
Live Oak Baptist
BRO. JIMMY DAVIS
pastor
9:45- Sunday School
11 :<XiWorship
6:15 Training I'nion
7:30-Evening Service
7:00--Wednesday Night
Prayer Meeting
Bible Baptist Church
319 North Knox, Jacksboro
BILLY RODGERS, pastor
10:00--Sunday School
1 l:00--Worship
7:(X)--Prayer Meeting
7:(X)--Wor8hip
7:00--Wednesday Night
Services
Northside Church of
Christ
Jasper and Jack Streets
Jacksboro
Alternate Speaker by Izical
Brethren and visiting
ministers.
10:3»-6<00- Lord's Day
Service
Wednesday-7 PM
Mountain Home
Missionary Baptist
Graham Highway
REV. J.G. DEWS, Mineral
Wells, Texas
I0:00--Sunday School
11:00--Worship
7:00--Training Union
7:30-Evening Worship
7:30--Wednesday Prayer
Service
Memorial Christian
and Presbyterian
REV. JIM PINGLETON
pastor
9 JO-Christian Sunday
School
10:01> Presbyterian Sunday
School
10:50-Morning Worship
5:00--Sunday Evening
Youth Group
Antioch Baptist
Church
REV. A.L. HERNDON
pastor
Phillips Street, Jacksboro
9:45~Sunday Worship
11:00 Worship
8 (Xt- Evening Worship
First Baptist Church
200 North Knox, Jacksboro
DR. GRAYSON C.
TEN NISON
pastor
9:45 Sunday School
11:00- Worship
.5:00--Youth Instrumental
Ensemble
5:tX1--Youth Choir
fi:(X)--Graded Choirs
6:(X)--( ’hureh Training
7:00- Evening Worship
8:(X)- Youth Fellowship
WEDNESDAY
6:30-Teacher's Meeting
7:00--Pra.ver Meeting
Bethel Assembly
Of God
Jasper & Bowie St.
SUNDAY
Sunday School -9:15 AM
Morning Worship- 11:()()
AM
Children's < hureh -11 :(X>
AM.
Christ's Ambassadors-6:(X)
PM.
Adult Bible Study--6:(X) PM
Evening Worship--7:(X) PM
WEDNESDAY
Family Night--7::>d PM
Evening Worship, Royal
Rangers, Missionettes
THURSDAY
"Upper Room" Prayer
Meeting-7:(X» PM
Jesus Name Church
Wednesday, Saturday and
Sunday
Sunday School-10:00
Sunday Morning
Oakland Community
Church
5 miles South of Shannon
10:00--Sunday School
7:00--Evening Service
7:00--Friday Night Service
8:00--Service each 1st
Sunday (Basket Lunch)
Church of Christ
215 East Belknap
Jacksboro
PAUL McCLUNG,
* minister
9:45--Sunday School
10:40~Worship Service
6:00--Evening Service
7:00--Wednesday Prayer
Service
Grace Baptist
212 East Archer, Jacksboro
REV. DEAN GANN, pastor
10:00--Sunday School
ll:00--Morning Service
7:30--Evening Worship
7:00--Wednesday Night
Prayer Meeting
Mt. Pisgah
Methodist
East of Phillips Street
Jacksboro
REV. JOHN BARNETT
pastor
ll:00--Moming Worship
Free Will Gospel
Church
South Second Street,
Jacksboro
Sun. 10:00 AM & 6:30 PM
Bryson
First Baptist Church
DENNIS BROTHERTON
pastor
Bryson, Texas
9:47>-Sunday School
1 l:00--Worship
6:00--Evening Service
6:00-Wednesday Night
Service
Church of Christ
Bryson, Texas
CARL TEDRICK. minister
10:00-Sunday School
10:45--Worship
6:00--Evening Worship
7:00-Wednesday Night
Service
United Methodist '
Bryson, Texas
DR. BERT JARVIS, pastor
10:(X)--Sunday School
11:00-Worship Service
Perrin
Church of Christ
Perrin, Texas
JOHN DIMMIT, minister
10:00-Sunday School
10:45-Worship
6:00-Evening Worship
7:00-Wednesday Night
Service
United Methodist
•;, Perrin, Texas
DR. BERT JARVIS
pastor
9:30-Worship Service
10:30-Sunday School
First Baptist
Perrin Texas
WARREN STEPHENS
, pastor
9:45-Sunday School .
10:55-Worship Service
7:00-Church Training
8:00-Wotrship Service
8:00-Wednesday Worship
Assembly of God
Perrin, Texas
REV. WILMER MANNEY,
pastor
Phone 798-2431
l():(X)--Sunday School
11:00--Morning Worship
6:00~Sunday P.M.C.A.
7:00-Evening Worship
7:30-Wednesday Night
Service
Gibtown Baptist
DAVID W. MILLER
pastor
10.00- Sunday School
11.00- Worship
7:00-Evening Service
Antelope
Baptist Church
Antelope, Texas
WILL ASTON, pastor
10:00~Sunday School
11:00- Worship
6:30-Training Union
7:00 Evening Worship
Jermyn
Baptist Church
Highway 114
REV. J. DAVID
BUCKLER, pastor
10:00-Sunday School
ll:00-Morning Worship
5:30-Evening Worship
7:30-Wednesday Night
Service
Post Oak Baptist
Church
MILTON CAPIS. pastor
9:45~Sunday School
II:<XI-Morning Worship
6:(K!--Training Union
7:00-Evening Worship
7:00--Wednesdny Worship
Joplin Baptist
Church
REV. JIM WIGINGTON
KHXI-Sunday School
11 (Xl-Worship
6:00-Evening Worship
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