The Howe Enterprise (Howe, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1966 Page: 2 of 6
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THE HOWE ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1966
THE HOWE ENTERPRISE
Bob Walker, Editor
Published each Thursday at 109 North Denney Street by
GRAYSON PUBLISHING COMPANY
Howe, Texas 75059 — Mailing Address, Box 488
Second Class Postage Paid at Howe, Texas 75059
Grayson County: $3.00 Per Year Outside: $4.50 Per Year
WHEREAS, the citizens of Grayson County will vote
on November 8, 1966, on a proposed bond issue in the amount
of $1,750,000 for a projected highway and- road program for
Grayson County, and
WHEREAS, proposed projected plan for the overall
construction of such highways and roads has been proposed
by the Grayson County Highway Committee and the details
of said pl*.n have been widely circulated and presented to
the citizens of Grayson County,
Now Therefore be it resolved by the Grayson County
Commissioners Court meeting in regular session on this the
1st day of November, 1966, that the Commissioners Court
will make every effort to see that said plan is carried out
both in fact and in spirit if said bond issue is approved by
the citizens of this county. In carrying out this work the
Commissioners Court will seek the cooperation of the Texas
Highway Department in every phase and will, of course, be
subject to their necessary requirements and limitations.
TOP QUALITY USED CARS
Why pay higher prices - we can
save you money here in Howe!
GEORGE BARNES USED CARS
310 North Denney
1 ' - ‘'l
For Next Week
Fish sticks, lima beans, com,
lettuce and tomato salad, rolls
and butter, apricots, milk.
Fried chicken and gravy,
mashed potatoes, English peas,
pears and cheese salad, rolls
and butter, cookies, milk.
Meat loaf, blackeyed peas,
fried okra, rolls and butter,
chocolate pudding, milk.
Ham casserole, pinto beans,
cabbage slaw, corn bread, jel-
lo with fruit, milk.
Hamburgers, pickles and on-
ions, lettuce and tomatoes, po-
tato chips, pork and beans, ice
Washers & Dryers
BOB ESTEP, Owner
L. C. BURKS, Salesman
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A team for
a better Texas
TrtF \#OI I* Governor John Connally and
■ JWm Attorney General Waggoner
Carr have worked together for
4 years to give Texas and YOU
a better state and better
As a United States Senator in
Washington, Waggoner Carr
will co-operate with Governor
Connally to work for better edu-
cation, more jobs, benefits for
our elderly, and better prices
for our farmers, ranchers and
dairymen. He will do what is
right for Texas!
Vote Democratic. Tuesday. Nov. 8, 1966
United States Senator
Texas Citizens for Carr Committee, Thomas W. Butler State Chairman
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Wi ARE CLOSING OUT AT
Bankrupt and Liquidation
Prices! Inventory Consists of Fine Quality Men’s Clothing. Many Items Sacrificed at Way Below
Usual Sale Prices. WEEKDAYS, SHOP 9 6 THURSDAYS ’TIL 9
SUITS' Alterations Extra
SUITS. VALUES TO $79.50
SUITS. FORMERLY $|25M Special Group
SLACKS' VALUES TO $24.9;
SLACKS' formerly $9.95
SHIRTS' DRESS or SPORT
ALLIGATOR TOP COATS
SPORTCOATS' Values to $59»
$29 to $89
5 for $595
now $7 to $29
BARGAIN TABLE/ Shirts, Belts, Underwear, Socks, Ties, etc. 29c
C©AT§/ ALL WEATHER, Values to N0W$||"to$|f85
Preston Man’s Shop
6138 LUTHER LANE - PRESTON CENTER
DALLAS, TEXAS - EM 9 3025
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