Honey Grove Signal-Citizen (Honey Grove, Tex.), Vol. 74, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, March 26, 1965 Page: 2 of 6
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Card of Thanks
To the ministers, to the Church,
t othe friends and neighbors, to
the doctors and nurses and to any
who gave aid and comfort to our
brother, Elbert S. Lyday in his
last illnes, we add our thanks.
Henry W. Lyday,
Eunice Lyday and
Card of Thanks t
I .wish to thank everyone for .the
cards, letters, visits and flowers.
For ambulance service, the doctors
and nurses for their, kindness
shown me while in the hospital.
Rosa Hintz *
And You Give The Best!
Come' For Your
Flower - Gift Shop
We Give 84H Green Stamps
“iwilfes” right over bumps and trouble
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HONEY GROVE, TEXAS
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South Fifth Streets
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WANT AD RATES: 80c each for 17 wordy or loss. Each additional
word, 8o each. Eulogies and Resolutions of Respect charged for at
the regular advertising rates. Cards of Thanks up to 50 words^l.00;
additional words 8c each.
I AM opening a woodwork shop at
the Alexander Lumber Yard build-
ing on South Sixth Street. All
kinds of wbodwork and saw filing.
w-Thomas Ramsey. ll-2t*
FOR RENT—Unfurnished up-
stairs apartment, 3 rooms, kitchen,
bath, located at 905 8th street; 835
month. Call Christian Church or
H. C. Md<3onnell, Jack Self or J.
\W. Hammack. 7-tfc
BEST prices on cattle vaccine
Smith Feed and Seed Store. 9-tfc
IT’S traditional to dress up for
Easter. Smith Clothing has your
paraders from tiny tots to gran’-
dad. Lay-away Invited. 11-lc
SEE our new lawn mowers and
electric drills. Dickscm Supply. 9tf
C. A. COCKRELL
Income Tax Service
— 29 Years Experience —
. PECAN GAP, TEXAS
Res. Tel. 35® - 6888
We reset and level monuments.
Honey Grove Monuipent Co., C. L.
Felts, Owner. 5-tfb.
WANTED; Housekeeper to live in.
White. Age 40-65. Nice private
room and bath. Write Mrs. Joe
Harrison. 3117 Caruth, Dallas,
Monuments cleaned. Honey Grove
Monument Co., C. L. Felts, Owner.
FOR SALE: Modem home, 1003
West Commerce. Pay small
equity., assume monthly pay-
ments. Welch Realty.
We :have The BAG for all makes
3t vacuum cleaners. Ellis & Sons,
SEE our new lawn mowers and
electric drills. Dickson Supply. 9tf
New crop of bulk garden seed has
arrived. Smith Feed nad Seed
New crop of bulk garden seed has
arrived. Srtiith Feed nad Seed
TYLER HOME STUDIO, 804 N.
11th St. Open Wednesday and Sat-
urday. Pictures are nice to have
of your children, or your loved
ones, prices reasonable. 11-4*
HELP WANTED: AMBITIOUS
PERSON full time or spare time.
Supply Rawleigh famous products
in N. Fannin Co. or Honey Grove.
Can earn 8125 per week. See W.
L. Lynn, 2308 Pickett St., Green-
ville or write Rawleigh TXB-502-
1124, Memphis, Tann. 5-9*
BAG Special. Your choice 81-63,
including tax. Smith Clothing, -lc
FOR SALE: 500 Bois d’Arc posts.
Smith Feed and Seed Store. 6tfc
LIFE — HOSPITAL — TERM
RETIREMENT LIFE INCOME
RASTER Special—Nylons 1 to a
customer. Buy 1 pair 81-00 get 1
pair free. Smith Clothing. 12-lc
wring me vour
AH Work Guaranteed.
Your Business Appreciated.
Located at Kills and Sons
SPECIAL DISCOUNT on all cul-
tivator sweeps. Shelton Hardware.
BEST prices on cattle vaccine.
Smith Feed and Seed Store. 9-Lfc
For All Kinds Of
City and Farm
John W. Luttrell
FOR SALE; Nice 3 year old
horse. Gentle and broke to ride.
Good saddle and covered canvas
top metal horse trailer. Bobby Ste-
zer. Phone FR8-2314, Honey Grove.
For all types of land loans, the
FEDERAL LAND_____BANK has
been the BEST since 1917. On or
before without penalty, amortised
longest-term, lowest Interest rate,
and lowest-payments — protect
youi self with a Federal Land Bank
Loan. Wilson Tarpley. 511 N. Cen-
ter St. Bonham, Texas 583-4411.
You can get feed cheaper at Smith
Feed and Seed Store. TFC
SLOW ACTING KIDNEYS
GOT YOU DOWN?
IN JUST 24 HOURS,
Pep up kidney function or your
39c back. Getting up nights, ir-
regularity, aches and pains may be
caused by functional kidney dis-
orders. BUKETS, a gentle tonic-
diuretic helps nature increase,
regulate passage. NOW at Clay-
ton’s Drug Store. 9-4tc
Fuller Brush Co., will hire two
local, neat appearing sales ladies
to serve customers in the Honey
Grove and Ladonia area. Good
starting rate—Write Fuller Brush
Oo., Office 209, 2700 Stemmona
Exp., Dallas, Texas.
Honey Grove Lodge No. 164, A
if. A A. M., stated meeting, second
Tuesday each month at
7:30 p. m. Members urged
to attend, visiting Mas-
Marvin Ford, W. M.
W. O. Cravens, Sec.
Gasoline Tax Refunds
Income Tax Work
n» FK8-2861 Voyer Bldg.
HAKE war on rais. We have the
poison. Smith Feed ana Seed
A TEXAS WONDER
A mild diuretic affords symp-
tomatic relief In cases of swollen
joints and pains In the back of
both men and women. One small
bottle is a month’s supply or
more. Sold by druggists or by
mall 82.50 per bottle. E. W. Hall
Co., 3679 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo.
Honey Grove Lions
Club Meets every
Wednesday at 12:05.
Red River Valley
Attend church Sunday.
FOR SALE: Registered hereford
bulls, Silver Domino breeding. All
ages. Leonard Bridges, Honey
had a party
been to one
joined a club or been
thrown out of one
or even one
and we, and your friends
would like to know about it.
TELL THE NEWS
We’ll write it up:
and we’ll all know it!
Or If You're Scared
We can’t spell your
name, or somebody else’s
THEN WRITE IT UP
On a piece of scratch paper
and bring it in or
mail it to us
and we’ll all be happy!
(P. S.: Turn In your news items
early in the week ... as soon as
they happen ... to Insure publi-
Meet Held klonday
The Wesleyan Service Guild met
In the Educational Building of the
McKenzie Methodist Church, Mon-
day evening, March 22 at 7:00
o’clock, with Mrs. Verne Cooper,
presiding. Roll call and previous
minutes were reawl by Mrs. Bill
Blair. Mrs. Jimmy Mullens gave
the treasurer’s report . Mrs. G. K.
Fladger of the nominating com-
mittee presented this slate of of-
ficers for 1965:
President, Mrs. Verne Cooper;
Vice-President, Miss Lois Avary;
Secretary, Mrs. Bill Blair; Treas-
urer, Mrs. Jimmy Mullens; Secre-
tar Promotion, Miss Edith Row-
ton; Secretary Missionary Educa-
tion, Mrs. Clyde Henderson; Sec-
retary Christian Social Relations,
Mrs. F .E. Clark; Secretary Chris-
tian Life, Mrs. Lon B. Evans;
Secretary Literature and Publica-
tions, Mrs. R. E. West; Co-ordi-
nator, Mrs. Henry ’stroud;* Super-
intendent of Supplies, Mrs. J. F.
Following the business session,
Mrs. Clyde Henderson opened-4fre
meeting with prayer
Misses Nancy, Peggy and Cath-
ey Shelton and Jan Mullens sang
beautifully these songs, ‘Teach
Me to Pray” and ‘‘He Healeth My
Soul", with" Mrs. Robert Shelton
at the piano.
Mrs. J. G .Dickson gave a. very
interesting lesson in our study of
Genesis. ‘‘The book is a map or
Spare Time Income
Refilling and collecting money
from NEW TYPE high quality
coin operated dispensers in this
area. No selling. To qualify you
must have car, references, 5600
to $1900 cash. Seven to twelve
hours weekly can net excellent
monthly income. More full time.
For personal interview write P. O.
BOX 10573, Dallas, Texas 75207.
Include phone number.
chart to go by. Staying/on the
oright'course, we will reach the
harbor. Genesis Is not aloft. God
Introduces the actors and God is
In concluding the study, Mrs.
Dickson stressed that we are as
free now to make a covenant with
God as in the beginning.
The meeting was closed with
repeating the Guild benediction in
Hostesses, Mrs. Lon B. Evans
and Mrs. J. W. Houston served re-
freshments to twenty members
and these guests, Mrs. Ed Smith,
Mrs. Robert Shelton, - Jr., and
Misses Nancy, Peggy and Kathy
IShelton and Jan Mullens.
i' Friday, March 26, 1966-
Nowhl, Elna, Singer, Universal,
Good Housekeeping amt ' -
Brother Sewing Machines.
Supplies and Repairs For AH
Sewing Machines and Repair
162 Russell Ave. Bonham
Ellis & Sons Furniture
Gift Tea Compliments
Mrs. Buster Collins
Mrs. Buster Collins, nee Linda
Kirkpatrick, was honored Satur-
day, March 20, with a gift tea,
from 7 to 9 p. m. in the home of
Mr?. M. G. Neeley, 1463 N. 14th,
Honey Grove. Other hostesses be-
ing Mrs. Billy Bumsed, Mrs. E. J.
Bierbower, Mrs. Clyde Hall, Mrs.
E. G Shelton, Mrs. S. W. Mat-
thews, Mrs. Harold Sorrells, and
Mrs. Ray Erwin.
Guests were greeted at the door
by Mrs. Neeley. Presiding at the
register was Mrs. Lanny Collins,
sister-in-law of the bride.
In the receiving line were Mrs.
Collins, Mrs. Adeline Kirkpatrick,
mother of the bride, Mrs. Weldon
Collins, mother of the bridegroom,
and Mrs. Billy Matthews,, sister
of the bride.
After viewing the display of
many beautiful and useful gifts,
the guests were served from a
dining table covered with on im-
ported cutwork linen cloth, the
centerpiece being an arrangement
of white carnations with touches
of blue. Linda and Buster engrav-
ed in silver on blue napkins, car-
ried out the bride’s chosen colors.
Mrs. Michael Collins, cousin of
the bride, presided at the crystal
punch bowl. Nuts, mints and cook-
ies were served also from crystal
The four winners ih the 4-H Fav-
orite Foods contest held in the
REA meeting room in Bonham
last Saturday show how they mix-
ed their ingredients.
There will be special Easter ser-
vices in our church during the
week immediately preceding Eas-
ter Sunday. They will begin each
evening at 7 o’clock. The Rev. Mr.
James Dean will be the preacher
of week. He will be speaking on
the particular event that trans-
pired on that day during the last
week of our Lord’s earthly minis-
try. You will want to make your
plans now to be present for these
services. Also, we are all encourag-
ed to take part in the noonday ser-
vices to be held in the new audito-
rium on the square each day dur-
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From left to right the winners winners and Mrs. Mable London,
cqunty home demonstration agent,
will go to Big Town April 3 for
the district contest. A banana
milk shake, a German chocolate
cake, Swedish meat balls and pea-
nut butter cookies won for the
are Judy Jordan, Allens Point;
Lovandia Ridge, Windom; Caro-
lyn Bowman, Windom, and Paula
Jordan, Allens Point. The four
ing Holy Week. These services will
be thirty minutes long, beginning
promptiy at 12 noon each day. All
the ministers in Honey Grove will
be participating in these services.
services in our church
this Sunday, the Rev. Mr. Dean
will be preaching on the topic,
“Enough and to Spare”. This ser-
mon will be the fourth in the cur-
rent lenten series oh the topic, "He
is Able’’. In the evening service
the subject will be "I Have Seen
All of our commisions will have
a joint meeting on Tuesday even-
ing a* 7 o'clock In the fellowship
hall of our church. Every mem-
The Dial WMU met at the
church Tuesday afternoon for the
Mission, Book. Mrs. Carlock gavo^
the last chapter of the Mission
Book. The prayer calendar name*
were read by the prayer chairman.
The meeting was closed with pray-
The WSCS met Monday after-
ber of -every commission is urged noon ^ Mrs. Henry Dickson
to be present. Our lenten Bible presiding. The meeting opened
sturfy will continue on Thursday with prayer offered by Mrs. C. S.
WHEN YOU PINCH
Residential: All Newt Barnes
Dr. Magness home
Newberry home, 210 Piner
M. T .Ricketts home W. Com-
Lots: Comer Main & 16th,
Comer Market & 15
2 large lots W. Commerce
Rural: 420 . Rarm-Ranch, level,
modem home, bams, well fenced
& watered, 29% down, -■
Card of Thanks
We wish to acknowledge with
grateful appreciation the kind and
thoughtful expressions of sym-
pathy from each of you during the
illness and at the passing of our
The family of
Mrs. M D Huggins
Q:f SMALL FPy FASH/OHS
This includes all our merchandise. Dress
them up for Easter. Prices have been cut
again for this sale.
SMALL FRY — Elizabeth Branson
evening this week also In the fel-
We rejoice in the fact that the
ministers of our community are
vitally concerned about the con-
tinuing growth and life of our city.
May we all Join hands with them
in this unified effort and recom-
mit our lives and all our efforts
to renewing a spirit of friendli-
ness, brotherhood and understand-
ing throughout all the various
areas in our community.
May we have the opportunity to
worship with you this Sunday.
based pn wheat, wine, and
Mrs. S. B. Evans presented Mrs.
Geo. Luttrell who conducted the
third lesson from Genesis, Begin-
nings of Bibical Drama.
Mrs. Luttrell discussed, Man and
His World, based on Genesis, chap-
ters three through eleven.
The Rev. Mr. James Dean an-
nounced the District Vacation
Bible School Workshop to be held
at 7 o’clock p, min Honey Grave.
He also announced the Holy Week
services to be held each night In
services to be held each night at 7
o’clock and those that would be
held in the Civic Center theater at
12:00 each day. The meeting waa
dismissed with prayer by Rev.
Dean. * Reported .....
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Morrow, Joe T. Honey Grove Signal-Citizen (Honey Grove, Tex.), Vol. 74, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, March 26, 1965, newspaper, March 26, 1965; Honey Grove, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth800653/m1/2/: accessed June 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Honey Grove Preservation League.