The Llano News. (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 1, 1954 Page: 2 of 8
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HE LLANO NEWS, LLANO. TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1954
(MRS. GRAVES BURKE)
Friday - Saturday
Sunday • Monday
Back To God’s
NEWS A CARTOON
Flight To Tangier
Wednes. - Thurs
at the Baptist church by the pastor, i
Rev. Oral Walker.
We extend sympathy to the family.
Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Kelley have Miss Billie Louise Burke who is
been the guests of their daughter, attending business school in Austin,
■JUrs. Jerry Estep and family. They | Mr. and Mrs Clyde Lussier of San
tame to make the acquaintance of Saba have been the guests of Mr.
■a. third granddaughter. and Mrs. Graves Burke.
Ray Long of Houston is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Owen have had'
Ur. and Mrs Graves Burke. He as guests, Mrs. Elry Luca* of Luting,
vaane to join #Mrs. Long and Ray- Mr and Mrs. Arthur Owen of Llano,
uKmd, who came earlier. ; Luster Owen of Irving, Cecil Nobles
J^meral services for Mrs. H. C. °f Austin, Mr. and Mrs. i
1’erry were held Friday at 3 p. m. °f San Angelo.
_________ Mr. and Mrs. Owen plan to move
1 to Luting soon.
! Mr. and Mrs. George Broyles, Mr.
and Mrs. R. B. Singleton, Mrs. Mitch
i Broyles attended the Broyles family
reunion at* Belton Sunday.
I Mrs. Clyde Johanson is visiting her
; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Battle;
. at Milano j
Jan l’eirce has returned to Luting,
after visiting her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Ellison.
Mrs. Roy McGuffin of Ft. Sumner,
is visiting lur sister, Mrs. Merle
Barrett and brothers, Howard aud
Ross Perry, after attending the fu-
1 neral of her mother, Mrs. Hilliard
Mr. and Mrs. Daniels and their
grandson Jimmie Barnes of Waco, |
were Sunday guests of her brother,
John Ellison and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Thomas of
New Braunfels were guests Sunday
of Mr and Mrs. B. H. Hamrick. An-
ther guest was Mrs. G. D. Slawson of
Mrs. E. L. Crenshaw has returned
to Bryan after visiting her sister,
Mrs. Frank Nagy and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walker have
had as guests, their granddaughter,
Marilyn Adams and her friend. Pa-
tricia Vaught of Hutto.
Mrs. Sam Barton is visiting in Ft
1 Worth with her daughter, Mrs. J. C.
Sessom and family.
Mrs. Mae McCurtif is visiting in
Sweetwater with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
| Mr and Mrs. Muse Spiers have had
as gu* st, her mother. Mrs. M. M.
White of Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Groves Kuykendall
have had as guests, her -lister. Mrs.
Emma Loti Stroud of Shreveport, La.
and her nephew and wife and two
sons. Tom and Jerry Stroud of El-
Mr. and Mrs. Groves Kuykendall
went to San Ang;lo ‘ Sunday to at-
tend the wedding of his nephew.
Billy, son of Mr and Mrs. Laur nce
Mr and Mrs. Alva Keeney accom-
panied their granddaughter, Brenda
Sue Zulauf to her home in Austin
Sunday She had been visiting here
while her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny Zulauf were with Johnny, Jr.,
who has been in John Sealy hospi-
tal in Galveston for two weeks.
Bobby Farris of Odessa is visit-
ing his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Graves Burke attended a district
postmasters’ meeting in Brownwood
last Wednesday. He was accompanied
by his daughter, Mrs. Ray Long.
Mr and Mrs. Kay Lucas and Ray-
mond returned to Houston after vis-
iting her parents, Mr and Mrs. Ray
Mr, and Mrs. Jake Oldham have had
as guests, .Mrs. Woodie Knight and
Jan of Tempi., Mrs. Alattie Oldham ,
and L. C. of Belton.
Mrf. Linnie Dean has returned
from a visit with relatives in Denver, j
Coke. Piainview, Dallas and Brown |
Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Broyles ot
San Angelo have b,en the guests j
of his parents, Mr and Mrs. Mitch :
Broyles. Their nieces, Nancy Jane j
and Mona Altizer accompanied them
home for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Billie Dan Parisher
and Randy honored their fathers, Dan
Parisher and Alva Keeney with a
Father's day dinner.
Mrs. Cecil Ray. Gary and Joyce
Nan have returned from visiting rela-
tives In Houston and Galveston for
Cart(8 Elliott of Brownwood has
been a recent guest of Mrs. Ed Ray
R;v. Clark accompanied by his
daughter, of Brownwood, filled the
pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday
in the absence of their pastor, Rev.
Jolene Randolph accompanied by her
slster.Mrs. Chas. Haar, have returned
from Dallas where the former attend-
ed a school of music. Mr. and Mis.
Ellis Randolph and Charlotte Me-
Lerran went for them.
' ATTEND ORDINATION
, Those attending me ordination of
Pastor Harold Febler in Zion Lutheran
church in McGregor Sunday, June ?0,
were Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Keese,
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lang, Mr. and
. Mrs. Oskar Grenwelge, Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Sageblel, Mrs. Mayfield Koth-
mann, Miss Adelia Lang and the Rev.
| and Mrs. M. J. Schwartz.
, Pastor Febler will be installed as
pastor of St John’s Lutheran church
of Castell Sunday, July 11.
Connie Collins of McKinney is visit-
ing in the home of her aunt and uncle,;
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bruhl.
I -Nancy Newsom of Beevllle is visit-j
| ing in the home of her aunt and uncle
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Chesnut.
Mrs. Nettie Wagner and Gilbert
and Mr. and Mrs. Hal) Janner visited
the Janner’s daughter, Lee Janner. in
San Angelo Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Alf Wilson had as
guests over the weekend, their son
and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Byron
Wilson and sons, Kenneth and Tom-
my, from Odessa.
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The Llano News. (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 1, 1954, newspaper, July 1, 1954; Llano, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth816718/m1/2/: accessed April 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Llano County Public Library.