The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 139, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 12, 1957 Page: 3 of 6
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Allen Ardis has returned from
Shreveport, La., where he visited
hb sister, Mrs. C. H. Shaffer and
Mr. 'Shaffer. His great-nephew,
Pete Shaffer, returned to Sulphur
Springs with Mm for a visit with
the Ardis family.
Police are said to believe the
tie-up may lead to the motive of
the still unsolved wounding of
Costello in the May 2nd shooting.
Mrs. L. L. Southerland, 47, ef
Atlanta, Texas, died Wednesday
morning in a Dallas hospital fal-
lowing surgery Tuesday.
Mrs. Southerland was the form-
er Claudia Mae Patterson, grand-
daughter of Mrs. G. R. Patterson
ef Alabama Street, city. Her par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Patter-
son of Nocona, Texas, and form-
er residents of Hopkins County.
Other survivors are her hus-
band and a daughter, Lola Fae.
She had other relatives and
friends who live in Hapkias Coun-
Huce ?. Payne
Mrs. James V. Clark has re-
turned to her home in Denver,
Oolo., after a visit with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Bums.
Mrs. Burns accompanied her
home for a visit.
Nuee P. Payne, Route 1, Como,
who died at his home June 10,
will be buried Sunday following
services at the Sanfield Church,
with the Rov. M. H. Carthcart
Survivors include his wife, a
step-daughter. Mrs. Maryetta
Hammer, Dellas; a brother, Jas-
per Payne, Commerce, and n sis-
ter, Mary Payne, Mexico.
He was a retired farmer.
Tapp Funeral Heme is in charge
Super • Cool Savings! Hurry!
Alice Mary Alberts, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Roberts of
Sulphur Bluff, waa dismissed
Tuesday frem Scottish Rite Hos-
pital in Dallas where she under-
went surgery on her left leg.
Travis Spencer was a business
visitor in Greenville Kednesday.
Dorothy Crawford, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. John F. Crawford,
is vistting her cousin, Miss Marg-
aret Ann Crawford, of Sulphur
Try a Want Ad for Results.
Tampere, Finland, June 12 Wl
—Soviet Party Secretary Khrush-
chev offered the prediction today
that communism will destroy cao-
italism — not through nuclear
weapons hut by the spread of ita
“We an as sure of this as wa
an sura the ran wfll rise tomor-
Khrushchev made the comment
in an off-the-cuff speech at the
Lenin museum in Tampere. Said
the visiting Soviet leader:
'NFo warn the capitalists wa
have a newer and better weapon,
a weapon that no one else pesses
see, stronger than the atom er
Cross Splash Pattern* ami Solid Tropi-
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Fine Tailoring, made to our High Stan-
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Regular* and Long* in Most
Hurry for Yours!
Fathers’ Dae Special!
“This b Your College,” an in-
teresting film showing activities
at East Texas State College, Com-
merce, was shown as a program
feature at the Khrania Club
feature at the 'Khsenb
Visiting Kiwantans were Walt
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One Size Fits Every Foot.
Get Him a 8upply at this
Franklin of Paris and Charlie
Barclay of Commerce. .
Guests inchidA R. 8. Ted,
John Undamood, Glenn Warden,
and W. J. MeCoaael.
Invocation was spoken by Guy
Alpine Air Cooler way.
You’D wait better, fail bat-
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atmosphere your Alpine cooler
provides. Aad Almas overate
liters keep the air fresh, m-
moving poUen sad other im-
puntie* injurious to allergy
hydrogen bombs: The Idslttfsel
“All we have to do is grease
our idology with butter."
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Frailey, F. W. & Woosley, Joe. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 139, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 12, 1957, newspaper, June 12, 1957; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth829978/m1/3/?q=12th%20Armored%20Memorial%20Museum: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.