The Howe Enterprise (Howe, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1968 Page: 3 of 8
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Out of the Past -
December 14, 1933
Word was received thus week
that the local Boy Scout troop
is to be donated a worn-out box-
car for a camp cabin. The car
is being furnished by the South-
ern Pacific Lines and should be
A Community-wide Thanks-
giving Service of Worship will spotted here within the next few
be held in the sanctuary of The j dayS) it is said>
First Baptist Church Wednes- j Twq lots upon which to place
day evening, November 27th, at the caftn have been donated the
7:00 p.m. it was announced this by a local citizen, it is
Several churches of the com-
munity, including First Christ-
ian, First Baptist and First Unit-
ed Methodist, win take part. Oth
ers will also take part.
Members of every denomina-
tion, as well as persons who are
not members of any church
will be welcome, the sponsors
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Buy your face
A most entertaining, educa-
tional and helpful chapel pro-
gram was given by the fourth,
fifth, and sixth grades Thursday
morning under the direction of
Mrs. E. L. Collins,
The speaker was Noble T-
Lee of Sherman, who talked on
the proper use of the flag in
decoration and display, the days
on which it should be flown, the
obligation and respect Ameri-
cans- have toward it, and gave
a brief history.
The cremation of an old and
worn flag was carried out by
four Boy Scouts. The climax of
the program came in the salute
and the oath of allegiance to
The Junior class of the Pres
Social Security . . .
. . . And You
Anyone who is at least 65
should apply for social security
benefits, according to Gus Jones
Social Security Ma'nager,
r‘Some social security benefits
may be payable even if you
haven’t retired since there is a
sliding scale built into the social
security retirement test. Al-
though all monthly benefits are
usually paid only to those whose
yearly earnings are $1680 or
less, some benefits may be paid
to those having higher earnings.
The only way to be sure you
won’t lose money due you is to
establish your eligibility for
benefits by completing an appli-
cation submitting the necessary
evidence oi your age and
Since there is no reduction in
the monthly benefit amount for
those applying at age 65, there
is no risk of losing money by
filing an application at that age,
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j rheumatism. Because STANBACK
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THE HOWE ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1968
stated, Mr. Jones.
Also, there is a time for
signing up for medicare. If you
want both the medical and hos-
pital coverage under the medi-
care program to start at age 65,
you should visit your social
security office within the three
months preceding the month of
your 65th birthday.
For complete details and as-
sistance, contact the social se-
curity office at 315 W. Mulberry
Sherman or telephone 893-4301.
ANYWHERE — ANYTIME
Phone 482-5225 Van Alstyne, Texas
Funeral Service Insurance
Policies from to 1300
OR STATE-APPROVED PltE-ARRANGEMENT PLAN
FLESHER FUNERAL HOME
I We honor all burial policies at full value
contests was enjoyed.
to the following, Jolynda Ers
kine, Glenda McReynolds, Jo<
Paul Mitchell, Billy Corbin
The new telephone directory
was issued to subscribers last
week. The Howe listings are
placed in the back of the Sher-
man directory, following the
practice instituted last year.
Telephones connected with the
Howe exchange number 126 this
year, against 133 in the previous
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Then, there’s that once a month
when a girl could use a good old-fashioned
Maybe you feel just plain bad then. Or
maybe a little lonely and sad, like you could use a pair o£
arms around you.
Well, we have just the thing for this once a
month time.,Lydia E. Pinkham. Tablets. They re made with
gentle, natural ingredients, including one that works to help
relax tightened muscles that give you cramps. Plus a little ^
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run any chance of the kind of unpleasant side effects you
could get from some of the newer drugs.
With an oH-fashioned problem like this*
couldn’t you take an old-fashioned medicine.
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Lydia E. Pinkham
Tablets and Liquid Compound
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STATE HIGHWAY 5 NORTH
Tire Repair — Road Service
’ W. Haning St.—Pli. 532-9490
W. H. LONG, MANAGER
Ph. 532-6011 Howe, Texas
I. A. Wright Insurance Agency
“Where You Save With Safety”
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Message In The
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Phone 893-1133—210 E. Jones
Jack Renfro, Owner & Mgr.
NOW OPEN IN DORCHESTER
FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS
Propane Gas Co.
Tank Rentals or Sales
Phone FO 4-2969
We try to serve—to satisfy
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Walker, Bob. The Howe Enterprise (Howe, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1968, newspaper, November 21, 1968; Howe, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth840011/m1/3/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .