Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 80, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 15, 1962 Page: 2 of 12
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TNI POLK COUNTY CNTERMISt, LIVINOSTON, TCXAt
What LIVINGSTON FOLKS Are Doing
|T. A. Wolktr Honored
On Birthday With
Mr. T. A. Walker celebrated
*7th birthday* Sunday Feb.
and family -in NaeogdodMi/'Sun-
day. Saturday'Tdgttf Dr- Mid Mrs.
; Baker attended a birthday party
m honor of Mrs. Baker's sister
in-law. Mrs. B. B. Barnes at the
! home of Makotne Barnes if Luf-
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Coviagton
IT Attfad Efit
Dam Club -Meeting '—*
The East Temp* Home Demon-
stration Club, held their regular
vertoo waited wth Mr- and Mr. -and Mra Bttk«hrisUe andH^=«tth a in their indMini.lUNytoy.-Eeb with
Co op and her ffs
tew*. TM weddti
Mrs. M. L. Gibaaa at Hi
;• of their
Sue. to William Bradley HortonU^r*The groom elect
Mr. and Mrs. WiULtm Bradley Horton, Sr. of Bay.
h IS employed with the Sam Houston Electric
Nance Is employed with K*R Giaaa Co.. In Bay
wttl ho In the Homo of the brides par
plan to aaake their home in Baytown.
Mist Becky Lowm«n
Fated By Friends
With Buffet Supper
Miss Becky Lowmw, now of
Friendswood, was guaat of honor
at a buffet supper and platter
perty given by Mr. and Mrs.
Buddy Reuter on Jan. 19th at
th* Legion Hall* The buffet table,
laid with a red doth, was cen-
tered with an arrangement of tall
red candles set in "(Matters.”
Five large tables, laid with
white cloths and arranged in a
U-shape, were uacd to seat the
fifty-five guests. Becky’s table,
set against a white backdrop dec-
orated with large albums and
45’* and the letters Becky, was
centered with a large “platter"
and dancing figures. Red candles,
set if) “platters”, were used on
the tables (o light the Hall during
the supper hour. Furthering the
theme, a9’s tied with red ribbons,
hung from the celling In the’Hail.
The guests signed a "platter” j her homc ln Goodrich, celebj-ating
shaped guest bools filled with * *>«■ birthday. with open
momentoes of the party, fond
memories for Becky of her Liv-
Dr. and Mrs. Harmon Lowman
and Miss Virginia Irwin came
over from Huntsville for the
J. Bel I view during the
first of the week.
Dan Corder, son of Mrs. C. P.
Carder ’ underwent surgery tor
his ear Monday, Feb. 12. Cants
jheuld bs addressed aa follows:
Pvt Dan Pqrdpr; J8-j57(>-7Jl;
Co. C 504th M.P.; BN Ut Pla;
Fart Gordon, Georgs. . _/ *
Mrr. end Mrs. James Garrett
and Lynn of College Station vis-
ited with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Van Z. Cox over the week
Mr. and Mrs. Holley Atkinson,
Jr, and Gordon of Fort Worth
visited with both parents and his
parents respectfully, MV. and Mrs.
Van Z. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Holley
Atkinson, Sr. \
Miss Jew„dl Nettles and Miss
Pat Dillon visited With relatives
and friends in Pssadcnl and
Houston over the week end.
Miss Carolyn Johnston of Hull-
Daisetta and Miss Sharon Ann
allin of Houston were visitors
Mr. Robert L Collier's home
over the week end.
Mrs. Oilic Diamond
With Opan House
Mrs. Ollie Diamond was the
honorec Sunday, February 4, in
First Baptist GMA's
OMA’s of First Baptist Church,
Livingston met Monday, Feb. 12.
Opening prayer was led by Betty
Carol Demon Present were 18
girls and three workers.
Mrs. Wallace gave the devo-
tional. which was taken from Mat-
Blew 19- lS-15. The girls worked
on their scrap book and step re-
Doris Cook led closing prayer.
Refreshments were served by
Karin Howard Has
Sweet Sixteen Party
First Baptist WMA’s ‘
W.M.A.’s of the First Baptist
Church met Monday, Feb. 12, wtth
18 ladies present. Mrs. Southern
led the opening prayer. “Did You
Think To Prey” was sung as an
open |ig song..
Mrs. Hall presided over the
Mrs. Jack Howard honored her
daughter. Karin with “Sweet n___ . . . ■ . ,
c * „ . , “ , ; Program chairman, Mri. Annie
Sixteen party ln lheir home Watts, presented a program on
Monday night, February 12. ; “Mlaalona.” Ladles assisting her
Th. . . were Mesdames Hail, Gibson, and
I he party rooms and cake were - "
decorated in the valentine theme.
Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Gibson
Twenty-five of Karin's school-^ * r v e d refreshments. Dismissal
mates were guests at this gala
Msfgret Riley served punch and
Samrnie Parker served cake as
the guests came by to greet Mrs.
Diamond and wish for her many
Those attending during the ap-
pointed hbur of 2:00 until 5:00
p.m. were, Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Reynolds and children and Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Warren Reynolds
and ihildren all of Center, Mrs.
R. O. Hughes and Mike of Pas-
adena, Mr.-and Mrs. Bobby Gene
Moffett of Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs.
H. O. Moffett, Mr. and Mrs. Wade
Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Johnson,
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Walker, Mrs.
Henry Williams, Mrs. Bam Parker
and Samrnie, Rev. and Mrs. J. T.
Riley and Margret, Mrs. Ruby
McLelland, Mrs. Carrielee Wilktr-
son, Mrs. A .P. Swinney, Mrs.
C. E„ Mithmore and Nancy, Mrs.
prayer was led by Mrs. Wheeler., , , M
Reporter Mrs. Mitchell Bufcb- Totnmy Duke and children and
field. JR iMrs. C. F. Boyd all of Goodrich.
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children from Lufkin spent last
Sunday evening in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dove and fam-
Visitors with Mrs. Hill Morrison
during Last week were Mr. E. G.
Morrison and son, Charles of Aus-
tin and Mrs. Lois Morrison and
daughter, Gay of Lufkin.
Mr. Neal Bothmer, Jr. spent
the week end In Houston. '
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Andrew of
Sugarland visited with Mrs. Hor-
tense Drew this week end.
Visitors with Mrs. W. H- Fuller,!
Sunday afternoon were Mrs. Min-
nie Locke and Mrs. Ester Wil-1
liams of Corrigan.
borne in Goodrich. Mrs. Walker
served coffee and birthday cake
after dinner. Two beautiful cakes,
one in a heart shape, iced in
white with red confection and
topped with red roses, and the
other a huge white cake with
pink and yellow confection and
pink candles were gifts to the
County Homs Dem.
Polk County Home Demonstra-
tion Council met, Feb. 7, in the
district courtroom. There were 13
present with four clubs repre-
sented. Mrs. R. M. Cleveland.
Council Chairman presided.
Meeting was called to order
with ‘ the THDA prayer and
American Creed. Each club an-
swered roll call by giving a re-,
port on their prssent activities.
Mrs. Melvin Wallace gave, a
demonstration on making toy dogs
from coat hangers and nylon net.
Each club is to send a delegate
to represent them in Jasper, April
After a short business meeting.
Mrs. Melvin Wallace gave a re-
port on the meeting held -in Na-
cogdoches, Jan. 30. She klso gava Vice
a report on the recommendations
fpr THDA. They are: citizenship^
civil defense, health, safety, and
After the. meeting adjourned,;
Leggett club served refreshments.
Moscow will serve at the next
Those helping Mr. Walker and
Mrs. Walker celebrate the ocas-
sion were, Mr. and Mrs. H- K.
Finley and son Bruce of Hardin,
Mr. and Mrs. William W*Hter,
I Mr. -and Mrs. Lee Walker, Sue
and Buzzy, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ivern Klaus, Pam and Keith all
of Highlands, Mrs. Charles Dce-
| ter, Marylin, Sandra and Chuck
of LaPorte, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
Nelson, Steve, Mark and, Debbie
ell Texas City, Mr. and Mr*.
Thomas McCarley, Gard, Gerald
and Glenn of Ft. Worth and Mr.
Alex Money of Goodrich.
17 women present. Home Demon
stration Agent, Ann Shellhammer;
Mr: Kirkpatrick, local Forestry
Crew Leader: and Mr. Bill Eaves,
with Texas Forestry Department.
Woodville were also present.-
President, Mrs. John Waiding,
presided over'‘the short business
meeting. Following the business
meeting Mr. Bill Eaves, and Mr.
Kirkpatrick.gave a demonstration
on the "Cinder .Blast Trash Bur-
ntmiDAt. m. is. isss
nor," which vm erected at the
home of Mrs. Buck Cummings, in
the Boldspring community.
Following this demonstration
four other, trash burners were dis-
cussed, -“Com m e r c‘i a 1, ” “Oil
drum," "Local Rock or Used
Brick," and the “Ptotype^ Alter
the discussion on other types of
trash burners, a film was shown
on “How Fires are Started," and
how the Forestry people will help
Each club member present,
stated they had learned quite a
bit of information, and felt that
they would be 'more careful in
burning rubbish in and around
their homes. --
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the cream of
Women Of Blessing
Church Meet To
The ladies of Blessing Baptist
Church met, Feb. 8, in the home
of Miss Annie Nettles for the
purpose of organizing a Women’s
Missionary Auxiliary. There Were
seven members present. -
Meeting opened with song and
prayer. Devotional was given by
Mrs. Fred Davis. Then the
iliary was organized.
Mrs. John C. Watts was elected
President;- Mrs. Wilkersort, Vice
President; Mrs. J. C. Cole, 2nd
President; Mrs. Clerence
Nelson, Secretary and Treasurer;
and Mrs. Fred Davis, Reporter.
Meetings will be held each
Wednesday evening at 1.30 in the
A bible teacher will .be elected
at the next meeting. — Mrs. Fred
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Dove, Billy C. Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 80, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 15, 1962, newspaper, February 15, 1962; Livingston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth781338/m1/2/: accessed July 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Livingston Municipal Library.