Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 24, 1955 Page: 4 of 14
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Seme Lucky Person Who
Shops at the Merchants Listed
Below... Witt Win $1,000.00
to SbC WiUwitf lie given awyafijfp nion Ik north*
e of the courthouse In IWngsfon on the second Sat*1 •
jrilfath iusy ?. A
And then on August 13, a social efrawfnf #ltTlbc heW -
tfgWe to prikjpiie in the awards.
GnA customers M$t hMe tbek ac-
counts in ordn to be efigfbl?
fmeflce is not necessary in order to
1|R purchase you regirter again
GET COMPLEX DETAILS AT
THE MERCHANTS LISTED BELOW
MB.:. rom WHUMMt nrcxmts m uvmstm
you can save Mo«f wHot roo nuie ottnc square*
Livingston Motor Company
Photo $4 ‘
Hoot'a- Brot Grocer, & Market
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Gir/ Seoul Troop 2 Mrs. £. Y. Brooks
Girl Scout troop No. 2 met
Wednesday February 9, in the
home of Jackie Murff
Jackie served refreshments, as
slsted by her mother. Mrs.
Murff, Helen Hightower and
Mary Beth Fitch. A play written
by Diane Dean will be presented
Mrs. Edgar ¥. Brooks enter-
tained with a three-table Boli-
via Party Wednesday. February
9, at her home.
The Valentine motif was used
Hr both the refreshments and
in March by the Troop. Since I flower |rr*nflemenMi A very
the, new Scout year begins in PlMSant afternoon was spent by
March a $1.00 registration fee a11
will be due aj the March 2nd , ---o-^-
meeting. Onalaska’s Women
KsnaiasKa s vv omen
,oAo„T^;r”5,'eh“Sa*S Club Meeting Held
After the meeting
Onalaskas Women's Club
Friendship ^ Circle was enjoyed , meeting was held at the honie of
bv all Then meeting adjourned., Mrs. Walter Dahl Tuesday. Feb
On Wednesday. February 16 a | ruary 8. at 2 p. m. with six mem
meeting, of the Troop was held bers and the agent. Mrs. Pes
in the home of Marge Gerlach i sarra present. Vice-president pre-
Marge was assisted by Diane sided.
Dean and Helen Hightower with The business Session was held,
serving of the refreshments. each member answering the roll
The Troop completed plans for call with a scripture quotation,
the play. Some secretUtusiness'. The agent discussed closet
was held and not to be revealed space in the homes. ;
in this writing. At the-close of the meeting
After the friendship circle w^s refreshments were served,
held the meeting adjourned , Mrs £ W. Wilkerson.
_ Diane Dean Reporter. ; .—•*-••• Reporter.
The Friendship Sunday School
Class of the First Baptist Church
of Livingston met Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 15 at the church dining
room with 13 members present,
for regular monthly meeting.
A very inspiring devotional
was given by Poem Long. Theme
^Little Things Mean So Much."
Prayer by Essie Mie Bandy. Fol-
lowing. a short business meet-
ing was held with Myrtle Bell,
president, presiding. \
Birthday honorees were Louise
Nelson. Alice .Brasher an(j wil•
ma Oliver. They received many
THE FOLK COUlfTT ENTERPRISE, LIVINGSTON. TEXAS
Dr. 5. T. Billups
Quest Speaker At
THURSDAY, FE1BPABT 24. 1955
Polk-San Jacinto county medi-
cal Society met at Buford's Cafe
at 7 p. m. February 18. Dr. Si T.
Billups, Ninth District counsel-
lor. was the guest speaker.
Members present were Drs.
Corso, Dabney, Grimes. Kurth
and Singleton. .
By Mrs., Helen Brown
Hostesses served cake, sand-1 The "’omen's Society of Chris-
iches and cold drinks Benedic- ,ian Service Circles One. Two
wiches. and cold drinks. Benedic-
tion was by Mrs. Nelson.
Revival In Progress
A reival is now in progress at
the Emanuel Pentecostal
Sister Bettie Brown, evangelist
is from Silsbee
The public is invited to attend.
Jennie Hayes. Pastor.
and' Three of the First Methodist
Church of Livingston will meet
Thursday, February 24th, at 7
p. m. in the home of Mrs. Lee
Ellzey for their regular meeting.
This meeting will conclude the
"Mission Study” conducted by
Mrs. Kirk Drew.
Woridi best track
I Paok climb! Dodga V-8 pick-up;
AAA-sup«rvis«d, dimbud Pik« Peak
in 20 minutas, 46.8 seconds . . .
un^*ord-of time for trucks, only a
f*w seconds over the passenger car
~ •¥#r 31 "Bet par gallon «var>
09a in 714-mile economy run!
■ m3et '.per gallon, carrying '500
lbs. of poytoad, using regular gasl
That’s the overage of a Dodge
Power-Dome pick-up in o 714-mile,
• AAA-supervised Economy Run!
of i better deal
for the man at
the wheel with.
enduronce run I 50,000 mflet in
50 days, without mechanical failure I
That's the record set by a standard
Dodge pick-up with the new 145-hp.
Power-Dome V-8 engine I
yourself how they can save
you money every mile. And Dodge
dealers ore offering the year's best
deals—all models Vt- thru 4-ton!
White and Acery
Vows February 12
Miss Ruth White, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil White for-
merly of Livingston and Leo
Acery exchanged wedding vows
Saturday, February 12. at the
home qf the groom's sister, Mrs.
Tolbert, of Houston.
Mr. Acery is the son of Mrs.
Lena McKnight of Sacuk—
Bro. P. Hand, pastor of the
Baptist church, performed the
The bride wore a navy blue
suit with matching accessories.
Her flowers were pink carna-
Bridesmaid was a niece of the
bride. Mrs. CTeo Acery. of Hous-
ton. Best man was Tolbert Wea-
Reception was held at the
*' home of the groom's sister
The couple are making their
home in Houston.
Mrs. J. E. Stanford has been
confined to Medical Clinic In
Tyler for the past two weeks
but the latest reports are she Is
Rev. and Mrs. J. Bolin visited
with his mother last Thursday,
who is ill and in a hospital in
Mr. and Mrs. B. Kirby And
daughter, Mary Carrol, of Hous-
ton \1sited In the W. A. Trigg
home over the week end.
Mrs. F. Brown returned home
from Houston Sunday after a 2-
weeks stay in t,he home of her
son. James W. Brown, and fam-
Rev. and Mrs. J. Bolin were
shoppers in Livingston tone day-
last week...... ••—'•
Mrs. I E. Stanford returned
home from. Medical Clinic in San Diego. Calif., until he has an
Tyler Sunday and Is doing Tine, assignment.
Wayne Bittick of Freeport vis-
ited his mother, sister and fam-
ily in the E. Weatherford home
over the week end.
We wish to welcome Mr. and
Mri Charlie .Stanford to our
community. Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
ford have come here from Car-
Jack Allen Beaty enlisted in
the V- S. Army, leaving on the
11th of February. He Is now in
Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Trigg vis-
ited In Diboll Monday evening.
To our many friends who were
so helpful in every way during
our long seige of Illness we wish
to thank you in the name of Our
Savior, to Him goes first. We
shall always remember each of
you In our prayers, and thank
God for good Christian friends
Mr. and Mrs. J. E* Stanford.
I “STOCKMAN'S HEADQUARTERS"
Services Held For
Son of The Late Mr.
And Mrs. Joe Brock
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203 N. Washington Livingston
Funeral services were held
for M/Sgt. Floyd Leon Brock
February 17 at Mineral Wells.
He died in Germany after un-
dergoing brain surgery and his
body arrived in Mineral Wells
Wednesday, February 16. from
Germany for burial.
Leon was the son "'of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brock of Llv^i
lngston and a nephew of Mrs.
C. E. Mayo, also of Livingston.
When a young man he joined
the armed services and remained
until his passing on. This com-
pleted 18 years of service for
his country'. Several relatives of
Livingston are survivors.
your lips become a
work of drf with
Fires are unknown in the for-
ests of the Amazon region be-
cause the,, wood does not bum
Dorothy Perkin* Beauty Consul Unt
recommend the moet flattering
, shade for you.
Miller and Townley
Married February 10
BUY YOUR QUALITY SEEDS AND FERTILIZER AT
Mrs Janette Miller of Liberty!
and H. V. Townley of Livingston
were married Thursday, Febru-
, Mrs. Townley is the daughter
of Mrs. Nolan Burch of Liberty
Mr. Townley is a son of Mr.
and Mrs, R H. Townley of Liv-
J. W. Cochran & Company
~ "s •.
It's time for early Spring planting and we have a com-
plete stock of field and garden seeds. We can supply all
your needs for fertilizer as well as field and garden tools.
Each dollar spent with us entitles you to another ticket
tor the Grand Prize of $1,000 as well as fourteen addi-
tional prizes totaling $1,000.
See us for your farm needs and let us help you work out
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your seeding and fertilizing problems.
Remember the first drawing on this giant cash contest
is March 12th. Get your tickets and be ready. Someone
will win, it could be you.
OUR WEEK-END SPECIAL:
TEXAS HY-BRID SEED CORN
*8® Per Bushel
J. W. Cochran & Company
uForward Wih East Texas Since 1881”
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Lewis, John W. Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 24, 1955, newspaper, February 24, 1955; Livingston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth763207/m1/4/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Livingston Municipal Library.