Timpson News (Timpson, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1987 Page: 1 of 16
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VOU 3 NO. 20
Timpson News, Box 269, Timpeen, Tx. 7597.5 (409) 254-3480 1 Section, 16 Pag— Thursday, May 28, 1967
Memorial Day era— and wrMtha war# pieced on tha aquara to honor our war
deed. VJ.W. mam ban pictured are Neuvllle Bogart), MaMn Edwards, Kenneth
Brittain, M— Teake, MaMn Wsdgewcrth and Robert Billingsley.
V.F.W. Post Elects Officers For Year
Rax Brinson Memorial Robert A. Crawford, VMr rr.wt»* k W Q«c
no- #62M mat in called Clarence M. Campbell. i9f, e<Ja#T Billingsley, and
t 0t 1 year trustee- Lum Ed-
of electing officers for The following officers
1997-88. Commander were elected for 1987-88.
Ram—y called the meet- Commander- Kenneth
log to order at 7:00 P.M. Brittain, Sr. Vice Com-
with the following mem- mander- Barney Frazier,
bars present: Commander- Jr. Vice Commander-
Jam— Ram— y, Quarter- Jimmy Rogers, Quarter-
master- Arthur Horton, master- James Rem—y, The Ladles Auxiliary to
Bornoy Frailer, Kenneth AWocate- Sherrill Bailey, the Veterans of Foreign
Brittain, Leonard Davis, Chaplain- Arthur Horton, Wars, Poet #6288 installed
W. Qian Chaney, Forrest Surgeon- Forrest Brood- their new officers for the
Broadway, Melvin Wedge- way. Service Officer- Ro- enaulng year. 1
worth, Bill Neill, Jimmy bert Crawford, Guaid-
Rogars, Ralph Gibbons, Melvin Wedgeworth,- 2 President- Mae Tasks, Sr.
Vice Pres.- Flora Wedge-
Ambulance Service ■«*, *- v»«* p™*-- A|-
The Ttmpeon Volunteer stions concerning the
Ambulenee Service Is amount owed, plea— eon- ""■•y, Zelme
strictly e non-profit or- tact Jill Nix at 254-3990. B—rden, CondustroM-
ge/Hzatlor. made up of Th_„ _mhu L*V" So,omon> Trustee #3
dedicated Emeroencv Th"* w*r* two Nancy Stephens, Trustee
Medical Technicians "liill- J,® *7' Lamerl Young, Trus-
Ing to lee- their jobs, !®£*?* te* f1* ***** Sled0«-
homes, or families any- '""*!! Srf' *-er*t*ry- joyc® Sne>«°n.
time bey or night to ren- B#r*' Treasurer- Norma Harris,
dar aid for anyone. ty Crump, Sam Hooper, Htatorlw,_ Mae Teake,
This service cannot oper- T‘m PaWrtlc Laf"*rl
All Ages Are Needed
by Lurano BHilngNey Troop 458, w—ring their
. orange Jackets and smiles
With is hundreds end hun- cn their faces, began
drade of highway mil- #Mk M two mlUw
stretched out across the of Highway 84 last Satur-
vast state, Tox— can use day
a lot of help to control
the litter. Through the This Troop is willing to
■Adopt a Highway" plan, do chores such — clean-
thle Improvement it be- Ing flower bods or mow-
glnning to show. All eg— Ing grass for donations'
are needed. and they have a fund set
The Timpson Chapter of “P ln th* F'rst State
the American Association Bank for those wishing to
of Retired Parsons, under otherwise make a do-
th# leadership of Burk nation.
Moreland, has adopted a
portion of Highway 87. The Scout Masters are
With a brand new sign !^r' ^r*
announcing thalr plan, Jj* Tutt> ^r-> ,rK! Mf- WII-
Timpaon's local Scout * *• Qr*e#-
Scouts Have Many Activities
Saturday, May 23, w— and Its beauty. The
Family Day for Scouts Scouts of Troop 459 will
Camp Pirtle for a
and their families. Troop be In
458 of Timpson was there week
with other troops anc
their families from swr- Tha Scouts of Troop 459
rounding are—. The pro- attended church Sunday,
gram began at 3:00 P.M. May 24, at C.M.E. Church
with Scout Executh-s of * Tlmp80n. The pastor,
***? E**L T**®* AreB Rev. Got—at delivered a
bringing the message. At beautiful message to the
4:15 It was time to go to yourK people. Also Mr.
.he dinner half for a Buster R—berry responded
greet B9Q plate lunch, well toward the Scouts In
After the meal everyone
looked over Camp Pit tie
ate If payment of your
One memorial w— given Young.
bin 1, not made, which ?* **? * £ The next meeting w... be
seems to be forgotten Audnsy Thornton King by Jjjne mh> ^ ^ p m
when everything 1* fine W« meet at the bar*. If
again. Evan though you Donation To Library anyone is interested In
may not noed us again, Fund joining our Auxiliary and
someone ales might. A donation In the mem- are eligible, pise— call
ory of Annie Smith was any of the officers for
Wo ask that you cooper- jygn t0 tt,9 Library Fund Information,
ate with us and pay your * i_»Rue Tuttle. *•••••
bill. If you have any que-
. _ _ _ _____ eeeeee Chamber of Commerce
SUMMER BASEBALL SCHEDULE ™.
June 4 Timpson at T
June 1 Garrlaon Maroon
at Yimpson Black; Timp-
son Gold at Cuehlng
Jure 4 Garrlaon White at
Timpson etack; Timpson
Gold at Mt. Enterprise
(Gam— begin at 8:00)
June 2 Timpson Black at
Garrison II; Cuehlng at
June 2 Tlmpeon at Garrl-
(Little League games
start at 8:00)
ce will m—t at 7:00 P.M.
Thursday, May 28th In
the First State Bank.
Frontier Days Will be
School will be dismissed
at 2:30 Thursday, May 28,
and at 1:30 Friday, May
SEE NEXT WEEK'S
ISSUE FOR ELEMEN-
TARY AWARDS PIC-
TURES AND COPY.
Boy Scout Troop 4S9 Iw adopted two mil— of
Highway 84 for litter control.
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Timpson News (Timpson, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1987, newspaper, May 28, 1987; Timpson, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth767986/m1/1/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Timpson Public Library.