The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 101, No. 102, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 25, 1996 Page: 3 of 22
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* The Clifton Record
AFTER HOURS VISITORS FMD MUCH TO CHAT ABOUT - Km Van
TmmI. Judge Bobby Joe Conrad. Dr. S.L. Witcher, end Victor Conrad
(from left) found the conversation eeey at the monthly Cffton Chamber
of Commerce After Hours held at First Security State Bank last week.
Cold weather and Chdetmas was. more than Ikeiy. the subject of much
of the conversation that night.
- Sutt Photo tv OovM Anesrson
RENOVATION WORK PAINTS SANDAHL INTO CORNER - Putting the finishing touches on the newly remod
sled and refinished Cliftex Theatre, Luann Sandahl is looking forward to the grand-reopening of the theatre on
Dffc 27. Owners Scott end Luann Sandahl have spent the past couple of months completely renovating the
theatre. The theatre now looks Kke it might have when it first opened.
- Staff Photo By Carol Moulton
CHRISTMAS THEME HIGHLIGHTS CHAMBER AFTER HOURS - Members of the Clifton Chamber of Com-
merce and other guests spent time visiting at First Security State Bank last Thursday during the monthly After
Hours social. The bank dressed up for the occasion with gingerbread houses and Christmas treats.
- Staff Photo By David Andsraon
Bosque County Sales, Use Tax Totals Increase
AUSTIN — Second-quarter sales for
all industries in Bosque County regis-
tered a 14.7 percent increase over sec-
ond-quarter totals for fiscal year 1995.
Sales for retail trades division showed
a more modest 1.9 percent growth.
Statewide, all industries reported a 4.0
percent gain, while the retail trades
division was up 6.8 percent across
While the gross sales Figures in-
creased in Bosque Count, total number
Outlets 2nd Qtr. Gross Sales
Amt Subject To
1995 1996 1 995
Sales. Use Tax
of reporting outlets dropped. Retail
trades outlets declined from 233 in sec-
ond-quarter 1995 to 200 in second-
quarter 1996. Industries reporting
dropped from 383 to 344. Both figures
followed statewide trends.
The figures are calculated on state
sales and use tax totals as released in a
Dec. 6 report from Texas Comptroller
John Sharp’s office. The figures do not
include county, city, or other sales
Deeds Recorded In
Wanda Huffman, Greeley, Co., to
Chad Huffman, Greeley, Co. — Lots
360 and 361, Lakeline Acres, Bosque
Don Frederick, Schutt., Grapevine, to
Magnolia Blossom Investments, LTD.,
Nassau, Bahamas — in Two Deeds:
120.2 acres, Arthur Thyne Survey on
Bosque River, Bosque County; 305.76
acres, Wm. Riddle, Arthur Thyne,
Solomon Fulcher, and T. Hoskins Sur-
veys, on Bosque River, Bosque County.
John Alan Johnson and wife, Chris-
tina Johnson, Iredell, to Michael J. Lott
and wife, Myma Lott, Hockley—51.37
acres, James McCullough Survey,
Bosque River, Bosque County.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Waco,
to Tommy J. Robertson Jr. and Casey
L. Wilkerson, Clifton — Lot 3, Block 3,
J.M. White Addition, #3, Clifton.
Canofl W. Wise, Clifton, gifted to,
Jeff Lee Wise and wife, Denise Marie
Fields Wise, Dallas — 100x125 foot lot,
Parts of Lots 1 and 2, Block 41,
Edgewood Addition, Clifton.
Alfredo Castillo, Clifton, to Hilario
Castillo, Clifton — 0.194 acre, of Lot
2, Block I, N. Jacob Nelson Addition,
Virgil R. Tindall and Katherine A.
Tindall, Cranfllls Gap, to William Clyde
Tindall Jr., Seadrift — North 1/4 of Lot
8 and South 1/2 of Lot 9, Block 14,
Roger K. Johnson and wife, Marga-
ret V. Johnson, Clifton, to Johnny
Kettler and wife, Alta Kettler, Waco —
Lot 30 A, Shores Acres Subdivision,
Lake Whitney, Bosque County.
Robert Louis Behrns and wife, Betty
Behms, Rye, to Ben F. Harrison and
wife, Christa Harrison, Granbury —
3.61 acres, Wm. H. Smith Survey A749,
Highway 927, Bosque County.
Bompsey Calhoun, Morgan, to
Samue C. Piety, Morgan—Lots 69,70,
and 71, Unit 1, Cedar Shore Estates,
Samue C. Piety, Morgan, to Thomas
P. Coughlin, Jr. and wife, Geneva
Coughlin, Clifton — Lots 69, 70, and
71, Unit 1, Cedar Shores Estates,
Jack D. Faulkner and Mary A.
Faulkner, to Jackie D. Faulkner and
wife, Karen L. Faulkner, Kopperl —
7.269 acres, John Gates Survey, High-
way 174, Bosque County.
Carl Blanchard, Temple, to Maurice
Magee, Gatesville—All my undividied
1/2 interest in and to, Lot 109, Unit 5,
Cedar Shores Estates, Bosque County.
Veterans Land Board of the State of
Texas, Austin, to William L. James,
J hnson County — 10 acres, Lots 77
and 78, Block 3, Part 1, Wooded Lake
Estates, Bosque County.
Weldon Watson and wife, Fay
Watson, Roswell, N.M., to R.T. Ed-
wards, Sr. and wife, Patricia Edwards,
Clifton—Lots 119 through 122, Green-
wood Subdivision, Bosque County.
Veterans Land Board of the State of
Texas, Austin, to Teny Ann Tanksley,
Arlington —10 acres, Tract 92 and 93,
Wooded Lake Estates Addition, Part 2,
Marriages Recorded In
Brad Eugene Conger and Carolyn
Lesley Parker, 11/27/96.
Michael Anthony Crawford and
Wanda DeAnna Crawford, 12/16/96.
Donald Gene Henderson Sr. and
Jody May Morehead, 12/19/96.
Bebott) tbe 6lory
of tbe Season
A Special Christmas Wish
Here's hoping you enjoy generous portions of love
and laughter with family and friends for die
main course of your Christmas season!
Hwy. 22, Meridian
May you and yours find the
spirit and joy of the Miracle of
Christmas, and bask in the glow
of peace, love and understanding
We are trujy grateful for your
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