Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 75, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 10, 1957 Page: 3 of 8
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THURSDAY. JANUARY 1#. 1957
THE POL* COUNTY ENTERPRISE. LTYINGStOV.
« PAO* I
FOR SALE: Fork lift for logs and
lumber mounted on truck. Hall
Motor Co. Cleveland, Texas
- Telephone LYric 2-3481. 44-tfc
FOR SALE: Used boat, motor and
trailer. Gerlach Hardware.
■ c ........—........44-tfc
5-ROOM house and bath, modem
conveniences, one acre ground.
On main highway, Leggett,
Texas. Priced to selL Temple
WEST LIVINGSTON — 3 room
house with bath. City utilities.
1 acre land. $2650.
3 bedroom fritne house I mile
from Livingston. 15 acres of
^ land, city water, lights, butane,
telephone, fish pond.
CALLAHAN ADDITION: 2 bed-
room house refinishe'd interior.
Approximately 1 acre of land.
South Livingston —• 6 room house
hardwood floors, double garage,
8 grafted pecan trees, lot 10Q-x
327. xruwi location. , i
JONES-MATTHEW ADDITION —
3 bedroom frame home, 9/10
acre, a real bay.
Eugene Hanson Real Estate
FOR SALE: Repossessed gas
range. Butane or natural gas.
Same as new. Will give new
stove guarantee. Livingstori
Plumbing & Sheet Metal Works.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE; 14 foot
deep freeze, like new, will sell
or trade for good fishing rig.
Call or write A. A. McMillan,
-o Sohlo Petroleum. Liberty,
Texas, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
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FOlt SALE: New Case hammer
mill. Works from power take off
on Ford, Case, or John Deere
tractors. Price $350.00. C. S.
Wainright, New Willard, Texas.
• ' 16-3tp
FOR SALE: New 85,000 BTU
Central H^Uni Upit, complete.
Priced to sell. Phone 622-R.
FOR SALE: Cook’s Fish Market
for sal,e on Highway 90 in Lib-
erty, Texas Earl Clayton, own-
FOR SALE: 6 room house. Must
be moved after sale. In good
condition. Contact Mrs. Will
Lewis. Corrigan, T«pcas. 16-4tp
FOR SALE:-, Historical ‘ Raven
, Hill,’” once . home of General
Sam Houston, San Jacinto coun-
ty, embracing 232 acres. Good
grazing.....land.' modern concrete
dairy barn, other large barn
and cottage, good water, com-
pletely fenced, $25,000 — Terms.
For details telephone OVerland
6-0514, or write 1502 Richeliu
Lane. Houston, Texas. 17-ilc
FOR SALE OR TRADE room
hopse in City of Livingston. All
conveniences,, J. S, HoUemun,
290 or 621-R, Livingston. 17-3tc
FOR SALE: Used General Elec-
tric Range, Perfect in appear-,
ante and operation. A real bar-
gain at $50. Livingston Plumbr
ing & Sh,eet Metal Works, lfl-tfc
FOR SALE: Used outboard mo-
tors from 7H to 16 horsepower.
Gerlach Hardware. 44-tfc
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom home on
Cemetery Hill. Call O. RyRler
?OR RENT: 5 room unfurnished
apartment A. M. Callahan, Sr.
phone 5R or 138. 29-tfc
FOR RENT: Furnishetl apartment
* 3 rooms and bath. Phone 249-
G or 706. Mrs. Leo Cooglcr.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished Mi-
rage apartment, 3 room* and
Hath. Phone 452. “<■ 16-tfc
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment. 3 rooms and bath. Phone
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom modern
home. Grady Stephens. Phone
7 ltt-R-2. — i 15-3tp
FOR RENT: All types Hoover
vacuum cleaners and floor
waxers. 75 cents per day, no
dellveev. Owens Furniture Co.
FOR RENT: Newly decorated
apartment. Large rooms. Prl-
- vate bath. Mrs. Florence Jack-
son. Phone 185. 17-Itp
FOR RENT: BUSINESS 8PACE
on Main Street formerly occu-
pied by Duchess Beauty Shop
Call 56. 42-tfc
FOR SALE: 3 bedreem 2-story
house, approximately 2 acres of
land. Old Woodville Highway.
$7,000 Dr. K. R. Parkhill: 16-tfc
FOR SALE: Bedding plants. Har-
dy, outside grown. Also a few
shrubs.. Mrs, J. S. Snell, phone
402-R, Livingston.™------ 1 J-4tp
FOR RENT: Garage
... furnished. Newly -decorated. Ga-
rage. Call 423 or 464-R. 17-tfc
SEE G. A. HELPENSTttJ* one
mile out on Huntsville High-
way for moving and hauling.
Phone 678-G. 4tfe
WANTED: Exclusive franchise
available. Sell liquid fertilizer
/.to farmers, full or spare time.
Liberal profits, free oleal ad-
vertising No investment, no ex-
perience required. Write ‘|Na-
Churs" Plant Food Co., 300
Monroe St., Marion, Ohio. 17-3tp
NOTICE: Shallow water wells
drilled and serviced. Contact S.
- M- .Osborne, Miller Welding
Shop. Phope 598. 11-tfc
NOTICE: I have on hand at all
times Registered. DUROC breed-
ing stock of all ages. Registered
—boar service. Call Buck Buford
at 650. 17-tfc
NOTICE: We are ready to supply
your wants for young fruit, nut
and shade trees. Paper shell pe-
cans and black walnuts. Sunny-
side Fruit Farms, Goodrich.
Lots In Beautiful
RESTLAND MEMORIAL PARK
Perpetual Care Cemetery
1? THE STATE OF TEXAS
To: GRETA L. PARKER
—tPf Defendant Greeting:
apartment, j ’You are hereby cofnmanded to
appear by filing a written answer
to the Plaintiffs Petition at or
betere-ten o’clock A M. of the first
Monday after the expiration of
forty-two days from the date of
the issuance of this citation, same
being Monday the 15 day of Feb-
ruary I9$7. at or before ten o'clock
A M. before the Honorable Ninth
District Court of Polk County.
Texas, at the Court House of said
County in Livingston. Texas. *
Said Plaintiff* Petition Was fil-
ed in said court, on the 6 day of
September A, D. 1956, in this
cause, numbered 6744 on the doc-
ket of said court, and styled,
Johnie B. Parker Plaintiff, vs.
Greta L. Parker Defendant.
A brief statement of the nature
of this s‘uit is as follows, to wit:
General Cruelty as is more ful-
ly shown/ by Plaintiffs petition
on file hi this suit.
If this . citation is not served
within ninety days after the date
of its issuance, it shall be return-
The officer executing this pTO-,
cess shall promptly execute the
same according to law, and make
due return as the law directs.
Issued and given under my
hand and the Seal of said Court,
at office in Livingston, Texas, this
* d“y .aU*s*»ry a.d.jm?«
A. L. Reaves, Clerk, Ninth
Dist. Court, Polk County,
By Mrs. Aline Stephen-
For Bronze or Granite
Eugene Hanson, Mgr.
Restland Memorial Park
NEW OR USED CAR financing.
Eugene Hanson Insurance
Agency. Phone 747, Livingston.
Card of Appreciation
FOR RENT: Traitor space and
small apartments, private bath
refrigerators. Pine Crest Courts,
G. A. Johnson, Phone 341.
FOR RENT: 5-room unfurnished
duplex apartment near High
School. Phone 400,' O. H. Ar-
, nold, ...... :............- —Ttu?
We would like to take this oppor-
tunity to thank our many
friends for the expressions of
sympathy extended us during
.......pur recent bereavement. The
many beautiful floral offerings
were greatly appreciated. ,
— — Mrs. L. H PlaCker
Mrs. Billy Hlllln
.... :,^nd family
By Dorothy Jm (badrix
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Tyler who
are employed at San Antonio were
at their home here through the
Mr. and Mrs. Frances Cruz of
Houston visited her parents, Mr
and Mrs. T. G. Lilley this week
Coach Ford King and his Wild-
cats attended a tournament at
Tyler over the„ week end. The
Wildcats won first place after
defeating Hawkins Saturday night
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hendrix,
Mr. and Mrs. Ranee Hendrix, Mrs.
Jessie Moye and Janette Hen
drix visited in Houston Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. I. V, Burkett
have returned home after spend
ing the holidays in Boston, Mass.,
with their daughter.
John Roberts of Waco visited
In this community over the week
end. — -
Reuban Johnson of Waco filled
his appointment at the Big San-
dy church Sunday and Sunday
THE STATE OF TEJCA8
To: Margaret wilson
Y6U are hereby commanded to
appear by filing is written answer
to the Plaintiff’s Petition at or
before ten o'clock AM of the
first Monday, after the expira-
tion of forty-two days from the
date of the issuance of this cita-
tion, same being Monday the 23
day of February 1957, at or be-
fore ten o'clock AM. before the
Honorable Ninth District Court
of Polk County, Texas, at the
Court House of said County in
’ Said Plaintiff* Petition was fil-
ed in said court, on the 22 day
of May A. D. 1956, in ihis cause,
numbered 8741 on the docket of
said court, and styled, Roy Wilson
Plaintiff, vs. Margaret Wilson De-
A briefstatement of the nature
of this suit is as follows, to wit:
General Cruelty as Is more fully
shown by Plaintiffs IVtition on
file In this suit.
If this citation is not served
within ninety days after the dale
of its issuance, it shall be return-
The officer executing this pro-
cess shall promptly execute the
same aecoiding to law, and make
due return us the law, directs.
Issued- and given under my
hand and the Seal of said Court,
at office In Livingston, Texas, this
9 day of January A D. 1967.
A L. Reuves, Clerk, Ninth
.....' Dist' Court, Pulk County,
■, , ' Texas. ■
By Mrs. Aline Stephen-
This sweet, smooth and sassy new
Clwv) hasils own .built-in "dollar-
saver"—America’s favorite six!
Hard to believe it, but this big
beadty is a bottom-priced Chevrolet
“One-Fifty,” It’s ( got Body' by
Fisher quality written all over iL
And it has a peppery, sweet-running
“Blue-Flame” six under the hood to
make your gas stops few and far
Like ail new Chevies, it brings you
a very special sureness of control.
This is a quality that just can't be
measured in dollars and cents. Lots
of cars that cost lots more just don’t
have it. Come in and (see how much
pleasure we’re passing out these days
at Chevrolet prices!
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Big beauty with small’budget ways
. ft i -vV .....'•
It’s powered by Chevy’s famous six
By Maud UmBn
Students’ who visited ffitfielr
homes during the holidays here
were Nelson Freeman. Bobby
Stewart, Steve Galloway, Mar-
lene Hinsun, Janette Glover and
ML and Mr*. Carry Jones vis-
ited in Houston recently.
Mr. and Mr*. Marvin Chandler
and Kitty of LaSalle, Utah, visited
hi* mother, Mr*. May Chandler.
Mr. and Mr*. C. F. NeUon vls-
ited In the home of Mr. and Mrs
J. R. Freeman.
Mr. and Wfr*. J C.'MsanSF
Houston and Mr. and Mrs. lain
Tulips and *ori visited their par-
ent*, Mr. arid Mr*. C. C. Tulloa, 8r.
' Mr. and Mrs. Cody Davit and
Wayne of Liberty and Mr. and
Mrs. Stiney Alexander and Chris,
Jack and Jan of Baytown visited
their parent*, Mr. and Mr*. C. T.
Mrs. Vfftal Harrison and daugh-
ter visited in the C. T. Jones, Sr.,
Mr. and Mr*. Earl Hilton and
children Of Baytown visiter) hjs
parent*, Mr. and Mrs. William
—Gordon Haye* of Galveston la
visiting hi* grandmother, Mr*. D.
Mr*. Vera Gray of Houston vis-
ited friend* and relative* here
Tommy Hail of La Porte visited
his uncle and aunl, Mr. and Mr*
i: Hemphill T., ' k:
Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth Parrish
of Lufkin visited in the home of
Mr. and Mr* Russell Brock
Mrs. Frank Canterbury of Ru«e
Bud visited her mother. Mrs. May
Mrs. Audrey Davit and Mn.
Moore of Houston visited Mr. arid
Mrs. W. B Galloway. *
Mias Marlene Parrish of Liberty
and Mr. and Mrs Ector Thomp-
son and children of Jfed&L- J4or4 -
Mexico, visited their parents, Mr
and Mrs. Shine Parrish
Tbe "One-fifty” 2-Door Sedan with Body by Fisher—one ol 20 beovtiM newChevrofett for ’57|
AJf CONDITIONING—TEMKtATUKIS MAM TO OtBO-AI NfW tOW COST. ICT US OCMONSTSATII
......(JSilv/nj'i'fiivf/ (/i.-irofeC dealers disploy thii J/mqut (fdtmari
POLK COUNTY MOTOR CO.
. 1- 1
A Uvingtton, Texas ■
»y Nn. B. C
Mrs. 4.’ £ 6aie* and Mi« rBet-
ty Nettles went to Houston Mon-
day. They accompanied B C , Jr.
who had been home on furlough
tor the holidays, Also Taimadge
Thomas and Mr. and Mr* Charles
Richardson were with them:
Charles and B. C. left for Ft
Lewia, Washington Mr* Richard-
son ind baby, Mux Nettles snd
Mr*. Ostee returned hofne. Tal-
madge Thomas was chauffeur.
Mist Paulin* Oates of Houston
spent a few days her* with rela-
tive* during the holidays.
.Mr. and Mrs Jeaate Sheppard
and two children of Hougton via*
itexLrelaUvee here during the hol-
Mrs. J. R. Bassoon. Mrs. Archie
Tilton- and daughter Francis of
Cleveland spent one day last week
with Mrs. Bassoon’s n*>ther, Mrs.
D. A. Ukomas.
Mr. and Mrs. H. ML PoweU
visited here during the holidays.
Mrs O. W Parker, Mr. and
Mrs. Groce, Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Parker pf Shepherd visited with
the Thomas and Oates families
Mis* Betty Katherine Nettle*
and her mother. Mrs. Jack Nettlaa
visited in this community Sunday,
Mrs C. C. Flowers is Ul at this
Mrs. Sarah Burch has Iteen iB
hut is vary aaual
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OUR SPRING SUPPLY OF EARLY GARDEN
SEED HAS ARRIVED. GET YOUR GARDEN
SEED NOW BEFORE THE RUSH BEGINS.
ONION & CABBAGE
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33 VARIETIES OF GLADS TO CHOOSE FROM
URGE SOUND BULBS AT LOWEST PRICES!
60c Dozen $4.50 Hundred
EARLY BABY CHICKS WILL DO BETTER AND
REQUIRE LESS FEED. START YOURS EARLY
~ JANUARY OR FEBRUARY - EGG PRICES
WILL BE LOW THIS SPRING BUT HIGH UTER
IN THE YEAR. WE HAVE THE BEST ••• DE-
KALB HYBRID AND WATSON'S LEGHORNS -
WESTERN BROILER CHICKS. ^
•> t • • t •>*" r - .* •’ f'f ■ »*j
AU STOCKS OF
ELECTRIC BLANKETS, TOASTER ROASTERS &
OTHER SMALL APPLIANCES AT BELOW COST
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Kirgan, Joe Lee, Jr. Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 75, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 10, 1957, newspaper, January 10, 1957; Livingston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth762713/m1/3/: accessed April 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Livingston Municipal Library.