Rains County Leader (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 12, 1968 Page: 4 of 8
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the RAINS county leader
EMORY, TEXAS THURSDAY, DBC 12, I«*
By DKIXA BLANTON
Our attendance was up »«w
Sunday at church.
Wc have some sickness in inir
C mtritmiiy. Wealnn Potts has
L en seriously ill in a Given
v he hospital We are happy to
say he is some better this morn-
i .a His two daughters and hu-
t si ds art* here to Is* b\ his bed
li.ie, Mary Sue Imm Ohio and
June! from Port Worth.
El tie McGee and family vlsl ■
ed Stanley and Exa over the
viek end Also Mrs Jessie B
Cates visited them
Mis. Ivin Wayne Mitchell has
moved a new trailer home
spots to me were the church
This Is a nippy, but beautiful ^ aU,.dl<l on ,he samr si„.
morning, and it is so wonderful b(Jt ^ tfu. tbjrd lHlUdlria, A beau
visiting you thn ugh our t||u, ^ atructur,,. als„ t!...
remetPH'S where many ot nv
ki. rfolks are noting.
N-me in Sulphur Sprtnjrs and in
1'-ported tti be better.
Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Mitchell
^ in* in Creenville to visit Mr.
>«ai<»n Potts who is in a hospi-
Our immunity was sadden by
he death of Mr* Walter Form
by last week. She had lived in
•he Bonanza Community for a
long time until three year* ago
when they sold out and moved
• town Mrs. Formby was lov
ed by ail.
Mr an«l Mis Robert Sisk and
family visited Mr. and Mrs.
Please Mitchell .Sunday
the Freedinn Omwnunity on his Every one i* busy doing their
f*th«*r’K place. ‘ •» » »« Ju»« uiTn^cs 'that had been"ma<le
Dewayne Ashdl has lamtcd In n< und the comer.
Vet Nam bul no address as vet Weather 1* nice "Hie nights
Mrs. Juncll Blanton is in Sul- arc a bit cool. _ __
phur Springs hoapltal 'hin t forget to attend church ^'^Taker"other cherished
Mr* Ca* Mitchell is in a rest Sunday
-tunty paper. (The one we can’t
do without.) During the pa*t
two months we, Fied and I.
* ave made a trip to South Caro-
lina by way of Arkan*a*. Ten-
nessee, etc. Saw many beauti-
f*tl places, the most impressive
ro nes to me were near Cooker-
\i;ie and Celina. Tenn. the
r*ea where my dad, the late E.
B Holman. spent his youth and } ,.jth
toly manhood Visited Mrs.
W'llie Bobbins, a cousin, in
Cookeville, and one Jewel Tern
of Celina. By their assistance we
saw many places, denoting
"hanks to “Him” and all who
made it possible for su‘ h a n!c°
have an old timey "Xmas.* get
♦o-gelher Everybody is invited.
] want to thank those who
(ailed, visited me and the cards
rnd well wishes while I’ve been
Hope to see you in church
By MIX VIE (ilAss
Our home was made sad Sat-
urday when we got word that
flip. Found the R. O William'' our nephew. Billie Bob Cham-
family well which added to
c impieti« n of an enjoyable trip.
We were at home only a few
oaya until I be< ame ill and have
t'en battling to regain my
since I’m gaining very
fg.it now and am thankful for
it. If the Ioord is willing. I’ll
be pestering you again with my bn ught a v*
usual gossip. the subject
bars, had j»assed away. H<* was
♦he son of Mrs Velma (*ham
brrs and C B Changers.
We are having ocuut’ful weith-
er. a little cm the cool side but
we ne'*d a little c<»ol weather.
We had a g<x>d number at
'burch Sunday. Bro Pott*
nderful message on
“Ye Must Be Bom
Our Sunday school attendance g'.gtin ”
was good Glad to have Wanda Visitor* to Mr and Mrs. Taft
papa left there e t*n* wiliiausxs and daughters. Aungy H.tfs Sunday were their chil-
is under water, resu ting fr|(j !n our sendee. Ur Urt •iM,lAr ««««
1 I. < e
liom a large nationally known
ren, Mr and Mrs. Junior Has*; i
SHOP AT THE SUPERETTE
CHECK OCR WINDOWS FOR MORE
SPECIALS THAN EVER.
OPEH 7 DAYS ’TILL 9 P.M.
EMORY, TEX. PHONE 473-2242
FOR THE END OF THE YEAR
1967 BEL AIR CHEVROLET
4-DOOR, LOADED .... $1995.00
1964 CHEVROLET 2-DR. HARD
TOP, STANDARD SHIFT $ 895.00
1965 MUSTANG V-8 AUTOMATIC $995.00
1965 FORD PICKUP, FULL
CUSTOM V-8 ..... $1150.00
1964 FORD PICKUP, LONG
BOX ..... $ 750.00
1949 FORD PICKUP, FOUR
SPEED..... $ 150.00
1965 CHEVROLET PICKUP $1150.00
1966 CHEVELLE 4-DOOR $1150.00
1959 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR, NEW
TIRES .... $ 295.00
1963 FORD CONVERTIBLE .....$595.00
1963 FORD 2-DOOR HARD
TOP, NEW MOTOR .... $ 795.00
1967 OLDSMOBILE 88 4-DR.
HARD TOP, LOADED $2695.00
1968 FORD RANGER PICKUP AND
CAMPER, NEW TIRES ... $2600
Ely’s Used Cars
HWY. 19 NORTH OF EMORY
* PHONE 473-2534,
* - r ki **
Clco Spradling isn't doing very and family of Garland and Mo
veil. He was sick Sunday. Patsy Pennyback—, and cMI-
Alice Scott who has !*-en real dren of Emory
si<k. is feeling better. Mr an Mrs Artemus Miller
I.mley Mitchell was able to yivlted Mh and Mrs. W R Glass
go back to work this morning. M nday night
Gladys Braziel has been suf The house warming for Mr.
CHARLES LEWIS HIM. AM)
MISS BA TV TO MED
Mr and Mrs J. W Baty of
Jacksonville announce the ap
pleaching marriage of their
‘ """ *“**“” daughter. Miss Patricia Baty to '.la Fellowship Hall
ed Mr and Mrs Claton Hass nuu.lMi ^ jmj ol MrJ tollowng the wskBng.
latree Hill and the late Earl Relatives and inenda
dially Invited to attend
The ceremony will be held in ding and also the i
Ar ng from a severe cold aid Mrs John Wright Saturday
Guy Holman dropped by for night was a great success They
a while this morning and said rceived several useful gifts
"valiny isn't showing any signs Ti ey had lots of friends to call
of improvement. on them
Robert Hines is able to he Mr and Mrs Taft Hass visit
back at work.
Rohby and Sue Strebeck were Saturday In Alba Mr Hass is
guests of Robert Hines this much Improved after having a j7’j] ^
viek end , -oke several days ago.
The Jerry Miller family have There are a few more that are
n.oved Into their new home sick this week
A. V and Della Terry are Mrs Fanny Strebeck was car-
hi ping to be in their new home ried to Tyler last week for X
\mas. lays of her throat.
The Bert Rhodes home is Mrs. Mae Miller Is on the sick
l. ming com pie!..,u. list
Patricia (Rhodes) Price and
family have moved in a beauti- t'.'ds
fa] Mobile home located near
Gladys Bra- nic Glass Saturday afternoon
! talked to Myrtle Ilcard Sun
de) She said her dad had suf
the Centra) Church of t
a: ene in Dallas, comer
krli and Victor at 7:9 p
A reception will be
The R O Williams have mov-
ed from Greenville. SC., and
will be temporarily located in
By (TARA HOLMES
Bro Marshall Morris and Roy
There are several that have Virrott ^ Houaton wrr vW-
tors to our Wednesday nigh!
Mrs. Opal McAree visited Min wrvlce
Judy Whaley of Dallas was
ur Sunday visitor In church
and Mrs Bill McKay '
Mr and Mrs.
• oppad in a
Jady Whaley of Date,
Mr and Mrs Darren
I'd Darlene rarnlay
Mr and Mrs T«my.
and yiri. visited
Mrs Jonn smiley is ill In Mrd ta)nitA gr and~Wri
f -ed a heart attack Friday JcU c,ntpr H,»pjuj in Tyler
night He is Mr Corley who us
Emory until they can build a ed to live at Bright Star
home in our midst.
P.rs In Emory now He was
Valeria Groves and son. Tim. carried to a Greenville hospital
She was transferred from a
Mineola hospital to Tyler Thurs
Jimmie Franklin and Mrs Joe
came over Saturday. We had a We hated to hea- of his illness Smjth v/rTr ahM.ni from church
very enjoyable visit
Evelyn Cooke and Mrs
Braiiel were up early Oils mom- William Potts
Vlaltors to Mrs Edgar Smith yin<Uy of lllnesa Sev-
Ida were Mrs Vers Hayes and Bro e.(| ot)m trr „
Mrs. J T. KirUcwmrk
elym. Mmes II W.
’■ na Rogers shappsd la
'■I rings Saturday
Mr. and Mrs Clyda
Richey Cheek of TvW.
well on account of colds Wrtr of o-u—
Mr. Duff Yandell was real tick y,., ru. Chtrk sM
md Mrs Louis Hayes In Quit s-mirdav, but is feeling better at t,,^
man Wednesdiv night ^,,0, visitors to Mr and ,, Mr m^ |
Mrs Oscar Gaston and Mrs outf Yandell were Antone (if - ^ —
are planning a party, bring pop Tommy Gaston shopped In Min- j.-.rher. Rev Frank Kemper. Mr
cun. peanuts, randies, cookies, en'a last week a1 Mr, Claude Willis. ■■ ■ ■
r!es or any other "nlc-nact" Dariine Potts visited Mart McKinney was a ^ m4 aB q,—, ,
you wish Not a regular meal 1 Martin Sunday Sunday dinner guest of Mr and ^ |M||||| tll.'
Let's visit and esehange gifts. Mr and Mrs Otis Chapman , Jjjther Holmes and Keith , f ^ Mni
in. getting ready to go to Sul-
phur Springs on business
Next Saturday night Dec. 14,
is our monthly supper time We
Mrs. Vera Hayes visited
men bring a gift for a man and »’’’ family visited the Roy lyes of
women likewise children the Salurdav night and Sunday
s-.ne We wil' Sa,ie a tree wait- Mr and yrs Trenton Loyd (
lng to harbor the gifts Let's were Sunday dinner guests of
_ Mr and Mrs Don Riley
Mrs. Audry Hill and a group
from Emory went to Tvler
Sunday afternoon to hear The
Mi tsiah presented by the Meth
Mr. Kutr. who has a place
close to Levrm Strebeck, lost a
'.am by fire Sunday. It was full
of hay The fire almost got his
house Mr Kutr lives in Dalis'
but has a week end home here
Mrs. Prater of Dallas visited
her son and family John Wright
over the week end
Don't forget our singing each
I idav night, also nur week end
1 hurch services. Come out and
he with us.
Mr and Mrs Odie McAfee of
ig the •
SHOE REPAIR SHOP OPENING
LOCATED ON THE N. SIDE OF
THE SQUARE IN THE DUTCH
WEEK DAYS 1 WILL BE IN
SHOP 1P.M. TILL 6P M. AND
ALL DAY SATURDAY.
ROY MARK WATSON
3 LB. CAN MOHAWK
303 DEL MONTE
ENGLISH PEAS ...5 FOR
303 DU MONTE
WHOLE KERNEL CORN 5/:
303 DEI. MONTE
CREAM STYLE CORN, 5/
303 DU MONTE
SPINACH .... 5/!
6-OZ. MAXWELL HOUSE
INSTANT COFFEE ..
REG. 4.98 DACRON PILLOWS
$15.00 LADIES’ AND
GIRLS’ DUSTERS .. -j
POINSETTIAS FOR YOUR
SATIN PILLOW CASES AND|
RAINS FLOW® & GIFT
473—2*50 or 473—2S00 NM
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Becknell, Kathleen Hill. Rains County Leader (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 12, 1968, newspaper, December 12, 1968; Emory, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth834895/m1/4/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rains County Library.