Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 74, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 21, 1956 Page: 4 of 12
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July meeting with Mra. Ram
Barnes H.D. Club
Meeting June 8
The Barnes HD. Club me/June
8 in the home' ofllra! ' W."J.
den with I members and 2 vis*
iters present. ■ *
The meeting was called to pr-
der by the president and - the
Club prayer repeated in unison.
The member* answered the roll
call with “my favorite dress fab-
Rev. Chief mite
Honoree June 6
Rev. Chief White Eagle, pastor
of the First Texas Indian Baptist
church was honored with a sur-
prise birthday party Wednesday,
June 6. at 1 pan. on the laws at
his home. A weiner roast was «*-
During the social hots they all
aijhyed the gospel singing and
prayers. Prayers of thanksgiving
Were offered by members and
friends for their paster’s leader-
ship Of approximately six years
among the Indians of the reserva-
tion area and also forhi* con-
tinued* success, health and happi-
ness as he labors here.
Those attending were: Mr. and
Mrs. Godfrey of Livingston, Mr.
and Mrs. Ctenaon S.vlestine and
Gloria Ann Langley, Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Walker and ton L. D., Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Celeatine and chil-
dren. Gladys, Jeanette, Alwood,
Carol .and Claudlne, Mr. and Mrs.
Kinley Celestine and children,
Laura Ann, Gail, Verna Dell and
Kinley Kiel Mrs. Phoebe Celes-
tine, Mrs. Lillie Robinson. Mrs.
Alma Stafford and daughter Sis-
sie Lynn. Mrs. Quency Battise and
children Dennis and Arlene. Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Abbey and chil-
dren Glenn, Ted and Cynthia Lou,
Mr. and Mrs. Kinney Alec and
children Cecil Lang, and Cart, and
grandson Irvin Ryan.
The honoree received many nice
and useful gifts.
Golden Circle 5.5.
The OeUm Circle Sunday
School class of the First Baptist
Church in Goodrich had their reg-
ular business meeting and Social
Monday night, June 11, at 7:30.
The event was the annual Fam-
ily Night at the home of
Motelle Pixley. They served fried
chicken, baked beans, potato sal-
ad, and cake and pie and cold
drinks. There were 12 members
present with their husbands and
children, which mad* a total of
3® people present.
Games were played and the
meeting adjourned at 10:00 p.m.
Thought of the Month: “Remem-
ber that in life as in a mirror you
never get more out than you put
of interest to
Honored On Her
3rd BirthdA •
Little Sandra Townley was hon-
ored on her 3rd birthday by her
grandmother, Mrs. H. Townley,
with,ji luncheon at her home Sun-
Those present were her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Townley and
sister Jacquelyn, and mother
Richard of Huntsville; Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Munson and children
Tony and Jean of Manville and
Mrs. James Sutton of Segno.
Fred Davis♦ Sr.,
On Fathers Day
Mr. Fred Davis, Sr. was hon-
orwhwith a birthday dinner Fa-
ther's Day. June 17, at his home.
A picnic lunch was served
which was enjoyed by all. He re-
ceived many nice and useful gifts.
Thoac attending were Mr. and
Mrs. R. D Davis and daughter,
Peggy of Austin. Ruth and De-
lons Davis of LaPorte, Mr. and
Mrs. James Davis of Houston,
Mrs. Jodie Puckett of Morgan
City, La., Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
Cox and Mrs. Lonie Dorman of
Platis were made for the annual
chicken barbecue which will be
held Aug. 4. The meeting adjourn-
ed to meet at the church for the
Miss Lucille Unkowa of Mil-
waukee, Wis., and Benage E. Lof-
tin of Livingston exchanged wed-
ding vow* at the home of the
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lof-
tin of Rt. 3, Livingston, with Rev.
Robert Walters performing the
double ring ceremony.
PITT WATSON BCICK and y*
find yon Mt the right spot. . .
Art is not a thing: it is a way.
Machine Work - Press Work - Welding
SUPPLIES CARRIED IN STOCK
Brake Drams Tarned
Brake Shoes Refilled
All that a man does outwardly
is but the expression and comple-
tion of his Inward thought
—William Ellery Channing
Office Phone 300
Miss Anne Mahan
A lovely pre-nuptial affair was
a luncheon honoring Miss Anne
Mahan on last Friday at the home
of Mrs Wiley Peebles. Co-host-
esses were Mrs. AUen Peebles and
Miss Ann Peebles,
A three course luncheon was
served to 10 of Miss Mahan's close,
Polk County H.D.
Held June 6th
The jPolk County Home Demon-
stration Council met Wednesday,
June •, in the County Judge's of-
Mrs. ,W. C. Mays presided in
the absence of the president Mrs.
E. E. Hughes.
" The alub prayer was given in
unison. Minutes of the previous
meeting were read and approved.
Treasurers report was given, then
other business was dispensed with.
Delegates to the recreation camp
at Trinidad were elected as fol-
lows: Mrs. W. C. Mays of the
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Onalaska Club; Mrs. Glenn Scott
of Star HD. Club; and Mra. Allie
Bean of the Friendship Club.
With July 4th coming on Wed-
nesday, the next meeting will be
Wednesday, July 11, at the rec-
reation Hall in Camden.
Mrs. Allie Bean,
Mr. and Mra. Joe Mahan, Os-
mond Allan. Dorothy DuBose, Mr,
and Mra J. D. Canon, Mr. Dan
Fulton, Mra. R. L. Navaaod. Wan-
da Fulton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lin-
P am, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Busto-
j ing. Mr. and Mra. Homer Fulton,
Mrs. Patsy Ruth Lea.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lan-
caster, Mr. and Mra. James Shep-
herd, Archie D. Walden, James P.
/ I Field*. Mr. and Mrs. H. Oillis
Graham, Mrs. Richard R. Collins,
Mrs. Fred Zoeiler, Mr and Mrs.
Raymond Monkress, Miss Brooks*
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Kirgan, Joe Lee, Jr. Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 74, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 21, 1956, newspaper, June 21, 1956; Livingston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth762348/m1/4/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Livingston Municipal Library.