Timpson Weekly Times (Timpson, Tex.), Vol. 72, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1957 Page: 2 of 8
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CHECK THE ADS—Advertising
-Tfaipaoit, Taaua, Mr 5, 19R7
The Tomato Market Caught Us Napping
And Left ns With 100 or Mors Dresses we Must Sacrifice
All Dresses Must Go!
Dress Sale! Dress Sale!
To dear die store. ONE-THIRD OFF on any
child or ladies' dress in the store. 33 1*3 off on
$1.00. Big saving.
About 50 pain Big Tuff Overalls, $3.00 value
going at $2.59. Market price today is about
GREAT LINE OF DRESS GOODS, CLOTH-
ING, HATS AND SHOES to dose out. It’s a
big deal. Come) on, come on!
About 100 qinh scraps 39c
Two pounds white cotton, now $1.00
Sandals $1.49 up
All skirts m the store $1.00 off
TWO TOWELS................ . .$1.00
(One FREE—it’s a give-away)
Sandals for hot weedier $1.10 and up
.. .mostly red
I, box Buttons, IQc, assorted, give I free Skirts $l!00 off. . .buy two ard be happy.
New Shoes and Sandals.
Towels, 50c value, 3 pair $1.00
BIG DEAL GOES ONI BUY AND SAVE!
100 DRESSES MUST GO!
Out they go. 1 box full Sandals and Shoes,
pick ’em out...............$1.00 pair
Big Sister and Mama Dresses—see the beau-
ties—all match up.
STRAW HAT SALE.. .Get a new one today
Easy Cushion Lined Sandala iuafc m lor Lathes
and men.. .$2.98 and up.
Alice Stewart Blouses in...... $2.98 and up
$10.00 and down to $1.00 on Blouses. AH
Shirts, Shirts-^200 for the hot days.. . .buy a
half dozen now while sizes are complete.
Skirts—wonderful and new
............$1.99, $2.99, $3.99 and up
Wonderful yard goods.. .values you .will
_adore., 39c, 49c, 59k, 69c, 79ic.
CAN-CAN SUPS JUST IN—
Blankenship & The Green Store
Xu Brawl, Peter's IMagnacd Brand, Poll Parrott, Woatfearbini Shoos—Cur lea CfatW—Hawk and SMgo Work
Aw Conditioned lor Cold or Hot Weather the Year Roused
wwMwmmwNwuwMmBstterlck Pattella and Publications w«mi
MENEFEE MOTOR COMPANY
Chryalor-PlyiaoiiUi Sales and Service
Ffcene LY S-3S21 S20 Shelbyrille St
Ford Tractors and Implements
COMPLETE STOCK OF PARTS
REPAIR ESTIMATES GIVEN FREE
Tractor Tire*, Tube* and Genuine Part* in Stock
Johnson Outboard Motors
end Part*. Repair
3 HP. Motor* to.S* H.F.
Trade far old
Arkansas Traveler Boats
ALL METAL BOATS PRICED PROM *149.00 to *293.00.
Kmc Available Order on IV to Vt Cruisers.
BUTANE GAS SYSTEMS
AND GAS SERVICE
For Gas Service Call:
DAY PHONE 44
NIGHT PHONE 938-W-ll
Tbnpson Automatic Gas Go.
which — oddl r
enough — has
tog toe race tor
than an year*. Dr. r*C»na*
is Hit*.: What le woman'* piece?
It la Met as absurd a question aa
the other one which — eleo oddly
men'a place? The odd thing i* that
we assume that maa'a place la any-
where, while woman's place is
some way limited. We assume that
man caa to where ha pleases,
addle women have to aak maa'a
permission. This notion la a bang-
over from ancient times when it
rcaBy was a man’s world fur more
■nee distant day* an able woman
could make her own place In the
awli. Miriam, sister of die famed
Moses, I* a ease In point. She waa
a woman of a ivrong min*, a nat-
ural leader. There ia no ‘'story'' of
Miriam There la a story of Joseph,
* story' of Moses. But the picture
of Miriam, like the majority of
Bade characters, is drown with
a awry tor strokes. An we here la
glimpses; yet from the
learn somethin* of aa
Miriam waa older than her
brother Moses,—Dot Just * year or
two aides, but old enough, by die
time he ms ham, to manage that
business about getting his mother
tor * nurse. Undoubtedly her
mother bad coached her for the
interview with toe prince** (act
Exodus 2); hut *B toe inns, toe
girl must have had sense. She was
smart enough U Step to <0 her
Boyat Highness Just at to* right
momat A little too soon and she
weald base Man shooed off as a
little stare-girl coming when toe
bad no right to M. A little too late
and toe Prlneeta would have
chocked the hair back Into Ms
jbasaiaette, or else
I him off to toe palace wlto
one of her own maids. Bel tost
at the right Instant little Miriam
bobs up with the right question.
Ail the Wees* Mast Altar tor
On the morning
Bod Coo, wo moot Mi
This time the toads
the fan of j
mb to to*
hi toe alary of Miriam and tor
victory-song, ire have drr. toe Mot
that a woman cult* a most aflte-
Uve leader of woman "Ad tot
wosnen went after her.” we am
told. It is net true tout women fol-
low nhn only; a strong sen stole
woman has little trouble to sc cur-
the LorCs victoey. 1
Mots shout toe pH
hiat to too story of 1
hint is that Miriam, la her primi-
tive way if you like, was leader
at her people In two respects: tot
was interpreting for them She great
event of thryE unites (“just a lucky
wind,” no doubt some were say-
ing) a* an act of God. tod aba was
leading to creative art It is tadter
suggested that the •'Son* ef
Moses" was at first the Song of
Miriam. In short. Miriam took tot
lead where she could end aa the
And yet this leader cod* show
up to o bod. light as the story to
Numbers IP shown, H appears too
had fallen into toe htoadcr made
by some dictators atom; to* Mad
k> run ths private affairs of atom
people. In a way, too could have
argued .that Moses' marriage waa
her affair, since toe was to toe
family; and what teaman does not
led a natural interest to aB mar-
riages. especially thaae at her awn
dose kin? But the moral to short
and door; When a leader hatoMat
a dictator, even God la aa leager
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Molloy, T. J. Timpson Weekly Times (Timpson, Tex.), Vol. 72, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1957, newspaper, July 5, 1957; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth814875/m1/2/: accessed January 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Timpson Public Library.