Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 78, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 1, 1960 Page: 2 of 10
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THURSDAY, IgWIWW t,
ited in Lufkin Saturday
u. M . "To aas uroiner mn oiner reia-
<hn\ghtrT Mr. ft*^ ..T a,»- th'e* * Oladewater last week,
dren of Beeumorrt vtefted his sis- Carl Vinson spent several days
tar M tea Pauline Me Bee Last week Ia*» weak in the Llvlniprton Ho*
and. pital He i* home, reportedly do-
Linda Puller from 8am Houston in* ntee,y'
Col We is home with Mr. and Mrs. , Sandra Nash of Corrigan is
J. D. Puller for a few days. visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Bill
MUM Barbara Puller returned to i Wallace for a few days.
Port Arthur Sunday, where she I N<.,da Uwis Houston was
will teach again this year. [ home with her parents last week
Freeman Jordan and boys of | end
Houston visited his parents Mr
and Mrs. Albert Jerdan last week READING CLASS
. Ten members of the Summer
Mrs. B. U. McCurley left Mon- Reading Project of the Camdt-n
day to attend the W M U. house junior High School, attended a
psrty ii lfaea fllli week end. play house theatre school produe-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sheppard of lion of "Rip Van Winkle” at On
Cleveland visited Mr. and Mrs. University of Houston Wednesday.
Mil Gibbs lasj week end. They also- attended a lecture on
Mr. and MU. Jesse Jordan and reptile* and birds at the Museum
girl* visited their daughter Mr*. Natural History. They were
Rayford Birdwell and family at accompanied by Mme* Je*se Par-
Silsbee last week end. I r!*h, Glendon Rice. O. D. Incite,
Mr. and Mrs Bill Gibbs*vl.lted Wmia,n Lackry and Jack pate
Mr. T. O. Waldrip in Lufkin's This outing was arranged as a
Memorial Hohpital Sunday after- reward for the students' summer
noon. , 1 work. .
Mr. and Mr*. E. A. Stephens 'if noi ccoiitc
Beaumont visited Mr. and Mrs. GIRL 5COUTS
Chas. Stanford Thursday and Fri- The Camden Girl The Camden
day. Girl Scouts and Brownies Were
Mr and Mrs. Cleon Murry and «-h«*uled to attend the style show
children and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. i at fain Theater Tuesday night
Bearden and children of Diboll
visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stan-
Mr and Mr*. W. F... Collins and
family of Lufkin visited Mr ami
Mrs f>. C. Baker Friday and Sat-
Mr and Mrs. K. C. Platt sand
family of Lufkin visited Mr and
Mrs D. C. Baker Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Whitehead
visited relatives in Port Arthur
last week end.
Mrs Bob HAvard accompanied
Mr and Mr*. James Saxon *«
to Shreveport last week for
Mr and Mr*. J M,
Z ' \
MRS. THOMAS RAY KNOB
whs fcoverfd wtfti white net over
taffeta outlined with satin ribbon.
Centering the (Able was the bride’s
bouquet flanked by white candies
in cryatal candle holder*. The
fovirtp wedding cake iced to white
and emboased lavishly with sugar
•pun rows graced one end of the
table. The crystal punch service
wm on the opposite end.
Twin tables covered in matching
net and taffeta with hurricane
lamp* entwined with fvy, held the
’bride’s book and the basket of blue
lice hags. The bridesmaids bou-
tjued completed their decor.
For their wedding trip to Gal-
veston, thf ftrtde wrn-e a Mue silk
The couple will make their home
in’ Huntsville. Roth ere
MRS. HENRY JOHN NORS, JR.
were Miss Mildred Souktip, Miss
Jo Ann Mach, and Mrs. Danny
Pratka. Jimmy Vblselka was post-
man. Groomsmen were Danny
Pratka, Ernest Nors, and Dihiel
The reception was held at. Lin-
den Hall, Elm Mott, Texas.
In place by a crown of seed pearls.
She carried a Bridal bouquet of
Miss Judy Bailey was maid of
honor, Mrs, Brace Banders and
Mrs Lamene Wyli* served aa
bridesmaids. They wore dreesed
alike In flower blue silk organza
waltz length dresses designed with
• cooped neckline# and abort
sleeves bound in matching blue
satin and buflant shirts. Their
shoe* were of the mme hue aa
were their headdress and glove*
They carried cascading arrange-
ments of white gladioli. .
The bride’s mother wore a- beige
Aik organzg drees and hat, and
beige aceetsortea *•
The groom * Mother wore a pete
pink dress of organza with match-
ing accessories and a white cor-
Paul Wayne Knox served hi*
brother a* beat man. Grootnmtien
were Rowland Black and Sandy
Lowry, ChaHe* Campbell and
Ifoyee HUT, brother of the bride.
Candlelight*r» were Danny Roh-
Iimoq and Charles Campbell.
The pre-nuptial music was by
Mha Faye Davhi at the organ.
Sre ahto accompanied Mt. Johnny
Perk to* who sang Because and
The Lord’s Prayer.
Following the wedding cere-
mony, a reception was leifl in the
K wedding of beauty and atm-
city Wok place on August S, at
i Central Baptist Church at 8
lock trt the evening when .Mb*
ttye Joyce Hill became the bride
Thomas Ray Knox.
Mb’, and Mr* Lloyd Elbert ftnf.
Livingston, are the bride’s par-
ts, The groom’s parents are Mr.
nos M. Cole, of Huntsville, and
*. Ruble M. Knox of Bosaier
Miss King-Mr. Nors Wed
In August Ceremony
Miss Donna Sue King and Henry t
John Nort, Jr.‘, were married Sat- t
urelay, August 20, at the Immacu-
late Heart of Mary Church of Ab- t
bott, with Reverand W. Pechal of- f
Cciatihg. After o Honeymoon in i
Corpus Christi, the couple will I
live at 2607 Cumberland, Waco. <
Mrs. E. W, Matthews and Mr *
T. C. King, both of Dallas, Texas, I
JMp the pareqts of the bride. Par- <
Aftn of the bridegfjippi „ are Mr;
and Mrs. Henry Nors, Sr., of West,
Texas. The bride is a former reiii-
dent of Livingston. '
Nuptial music was presented by *
visited their children in Groves
and Beaumont a few days last
Mr. aiji*«£lni. Joe Bailey Fostei
and childrpn of Port Arthur vbitt-
ed his parentis Mr. and Mrs. Young
Fo*t*r last week.
Mr, and Mr* D. C. Baker vls-
Pa$+or Resigns At
Sansom Creek Churcfi
Rev. W. G. Griffith, pastor of
Sansom Creek Baptist Church of
Goodrich for the past twf ^Cars,
resigned August 28. He Will be-
come the pastor of Lydia Baptist
Church in Sholbyville. .,
On Thursday night, August 25,
Hev. and Mrs. Griffith were Ign-
ored with a shower and ptfky.
They received many lovely gifts,
and refreshments were served La-
r Rev. Charlie L. Hull of-
M At the double ring cere-
Th# tmprewive vow* were
ngfd before a background
itbederat tapers to wrough!
candelabra* entwined With
ad southern stmffax a large
soNtoig a msasfve sunburnt
semen* of white gladioli
i the baptietry ledge.
pretry bfttt given to mar
oy npfT idiJifTt wore? a floor
I bHthti gbwn of crystal peatl
to, designed by her mother,
idldCd bodice with a sabrina
ne outlined with french lace
Mdered with seed pearls was
*4 With fifty covered satin
is at the back.
Alert sleeves were compB-
id by bridal gtovee. The bouf-
ikirt with added fullness to
tack forming a slight train
accented with motifs of the
toee underlaid with Mue
in Huntsville. Birth are summer
gneduates of 8.H.8.T.C.
Members of the hoube party
were, Misses Helen Hightower
Lynda Smith, Peggy Peeblea, Val-
ia Hill, Linda Adams, Emma Aliev
Phillip*. Karen Howard, and Bet-
sey Haley. Meedame* Jerry Hen-
rtlngton, and Paul Knox.
Home Derti Club
The Good Neighbor Home Dem-
onstration Club will hold the*r
first meeting on Thursday, Sept. 8.
The hostess will be Mrs. Wayne
Goodrich G. A.'s
A presentation service was held
Friday evening, August 26, by the
"Beatrice Hall’ Junior Girls Aux-
iliary in the fellowship halt of the*
First Baptist Church in Goodrich.
Mrs. Ola Turner, Counselor,
welcomed the guests and mem-
bers, and was in charge of the
program, and Mrs. Beatrice Hall
Opened the meeting with a prayer.
G. A., bracelet with an octagon
charm was presented to Darlene
Armitage for becoming a Maiden.
Janet Watson and Joy Meek wero
presented a Star Charms for their
bracelets for each becoming a
Lady in Watting. All the girls
were presented G. A. pins.
Refreshments were served, and
special guests were: Mmes. Nell
Meek, Hixie Stahl. Elsie Armitage,
and Beatrice Hall.
'■When I told Mm I was hunt-
tag for a house, he said, ’Sorry,
but none is reported lost’"
Parting Party tl
Held her Harpert
■Hr. and Mr*. J. W. Wlcgreffe
wore host* Friday evening, August
38, to a farewell party to honor
Of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harper on
the lawn of thetr home tn Good-
rich Co-host* were Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Caswells, Mr and Mrs. W. J
O'Bannon and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Thirty-eight guests registered
and were served refreshment*.
Mr. and Mrs. Harper, life time
residents of Goodrich, received
many lovely gift*
They left Monday to make their
home In Homer, La., where he
was transferred by United Gas
a triumph at
Her veil of illusion was held Fellowship Hail. The Bride* table
pertinent of a church school,
he may have some notion of
what kindergarten Is like and
have had good preparation for
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Waldrip
At Knox-Hill Wedding
Out. of town guests of Hill-Knox
Wedding in early August were,
Mr. and Mrs. S. -L. McAdams,
Benny Frank McAdams, Clyde
Cauthen. Estelle Knox, Mrs. Ches-
ter Goodrum, Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Good rum, Guinn Hugh Murray,
Jerry Franklin, Mr* J. M. Cole,
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knox, all
Those attending from Houston
were, Joel Bernard. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. R.
B. Hill. Mrs. Robert Patterson,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hf. Byers, and
Miss Valia Hill. Mrs. Minnie Ad-
ams, of Moscow, Misses Marsha
and Linda Adams, of Jasper, Mr.
and Mrs. R. M. Knox, and Mr.
Mark Knox, erf Bossier City, La.
Mrs. R. A. Smith, of Leggett.
The groom's attendants were
mosf iMftHf pktvni to tM photogrophrytJ
of Goodrich were host* Sunday.
August 21. to • surprise birthday
pafty for her mother Mr*. John
Shut well, who was celebrating her
Fifty guests registered at the
occasion and Mr*. .Shotwell receiv-
ed many lovely gifts.
Birthday cake, coffee, and cold
drinks were served by the hosts.
Doubts And Worries
Some little children who have
tiot had ouch experiences n.ay
have some doubts, gven wor-
ries, about going to kinder-
garten, especially if they have
been pretty closely tied to their
mothers. Nearly all it these,
however, will soon find enjoy-
Kent Attending kindergarten.
It would be wonderful if, in
Dm short time before school
opens, your child about to enter
kindergarten may play with
One or several other children
Who Will be in kindergarten
With Mm. Just to visit with
your «MM In the homes of •
few of theee children should
Molded curves of Alen^on
lace shape the very
bodice of this slender slip.
Feels and fits like
a fashion dream under new,
slim wahted clothes.
Carefree nylon tricot
in colors flattering
Sizes 32 to 40.
makes exposure settings automatically!
deor pictures.,. oulomoikeify... even when
from Kent to mene, hour by hour. The etoefrie
to# light. Sfft to* fen* tec you. AB you do is otoi
tod it loo dim, or toe shod# is too deep, on
" **you to switch to Bosh! Take* color .fitted,
* block-ond whit* pictures .. - outeitmffeoffyf *
In the absence of the pastor.
Rev. Lester Meek, Bre. Warren
Alexander brought the 11:08 O’
Clock message Sunday.
Bro Alexander, e tenner mem-
ber and music director here, has
just returned from three months
mission work In California. He
will be a teacher this year in
Spring Branch School in Houston.
Rev. Meek is currently conduct-
ing a revival in the Onalaska Bap-
elr mother* were Q- Our daughter, 14, is much
1ve together to overweight,
irst morning, to yn vain B explain to her that
W. she Should not consume so
or child will feel much gravy, potatoes and whit*
de and Jess anx- bread, and should cut out pop,
candy and other sweets be-
how naturally A. Quit explaining. K ym
child at srtmol. can do so, require her to cut
to do with Ms down on such fattening foods,
able away from providing her with ample vege*
ler may let you tehle* and fruit,
time but usually If she operates on a budgeted
lat yen go back allowance, you can easily limit
•oraptly. her sweets between meals.
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Dove, Billy C. Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 78, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 1, 1960, newspaper, September 1, 1960; Livingston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth762937/m1/2/: accessed September 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Livingston Municipal Library.