The Howe Enterprise (Howe, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 19, 1968 Page: 2 of 8
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THE HOWE ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1968
THE HOWE ENTERPRISE
BOB WALKER. Editor
Published each Thursday at 108 Haning Street by
GRAYSON PUBLISHING COMPANY
Howe, Texas 75059 — Mailing Address, Box 488
Second Class Postage Paid at Howe, Texas 75059
Grayson County—$2.00 Per Year Other Areas—$3.50
A COLORFUL SEASON......
Autumn means different things to different people, but, for
all of us, autumn comes this year on September 22. To some, it
ushers in the excitement of football, others look forward to the
hunting season, still others journey to the mountains to view
the red, gold and yellow autumn colors that no artist can quite
catch in all their glory. There are still other people, especially
on ranches and farms, to whom autumn means the conclusion of
harvesting and planting. In the cities, autumn brings a freshness
and a new life,.the opening of another theatre season. Each of
the seasons has its attractions, and autumn has its full shiare.
So whether you are a nature lover, theatre goer, football" fan or
just a plain stay-at-home who enjoys the smell of the cool fall
air, there is something in autumn for you.
RELIABILITY IS EXPENDABLE
There is certainly nothing new in the spectacle of govern-
ment officials attempting to conceal the full effects of inflation
from the voters by putting pressure on basic industries to conceal
the full effects of inflation from the voters by putting pressure
on basic industries to absorb cost increases r'ather than raise
prices. The pressure is used irrespective of the economic neces-
sity of price increases if an industry is to continue to function
Latest victim of government hold-the-price line pressure is
the electric power industry. Power companies have long pro-
vided one of the most reliable services ever available anytime,
anywhere. Tc do this, they have invested billions of dollars in
new plants and equipment, such as the Savoy installation of
TP&L. An electric plant requires one of the heaviest capital in-
vestments of any enterprise in existance. The confidence of in-
vestors and the ability of companies to continue with needed ex-
pansion programs depend entirely upon rates and earning ability I
Months ago, spokesmen for the electric and other industries
warned that passage of the new tax bill would have to be re-
flected in higher selling prices. Now that fhe tax bill has passed
federal authorities are trying to pressure companies into deny-
ing needed increases to offset the tax increase.
JOSH BILLINGS Sez...
If yu want to find out a man1 s real disposi-
shun, take him when he iz wet and hungry.
Out of the Past --
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Blackburn
visited Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Luby
in Tom Bean Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald B.
Bryant and daughter of Alba
and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burkett
of Tom Bean visited Mr. and
Mrs. Russell W. Bryant Sunday.
Ruth Bryant, went to Alba with
them to spend the week.
Watus Hardaway of Sherman
visited his sister, Mrs. W. A.
Mrs. Cora Poindexter and son
Luther Bryant Taylor of San
Antonio are visiting are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McCoy and
other relatives and friends here
Roy Roberts and H. C. Neilson
of McKinney were in Howe on
Mrs. A. Dearmore and Mrs.
Claud Hughes of Van Alstyne
visited Mrs. J. C. Lonon Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. McCrary
tand daughter visited Mrs. J. C.
Lonon and Mrs. Willie Merrill
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dodson
of Goose Creek have been
visiting Mrs. Lida McMakin this
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Onion, garlic and celery salt
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Ground nuts for garnish
Cut bacon in very small
pieces. Fry until crisp, drain
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small balls, roll in ground nuts.
Serve cm tray with potato chips
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WITH BLADDER IRRITATION
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Irritations affect twice as many wemcn
as men and may make you tense and
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The Board of Directors •/ Howe State Bank wish to announce
that — beginning the week of September 30, your bank will
be open Monday through Friday . . • closed Saturdays
Open until 4:30 Mondays and Wednesdays —9tU 7 Fridays
All Deposits Insured to $15,000
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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