The Alto Herald and The Wells News 'N Views (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 85, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 8, 1981 Page: 4 of 10
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CROCKETT LIVESTOCK AUCTION
Horry Ellis A Don Emmons, Ownors
Dr. Alton Currio
Mony poopla or* troubled with various bock ailments and related
muscular disorders from work, sport and other physical activities.
One of the best pieces to seek relics! from these conditions is CURRIE
CHIROPRACTIC: A licensed chiropractic office.
Located of 1305 Joe Kale Rood In Crockett, phone 544-7838, this
office feotures all of the latest advances known to the science of
t lOGef IS solsly rSSpOnsIM# chiropractry. With the aid of modern X-roy techniques, the
Of th# ftovlsw Ssctlon. chiropractor can quickly diagnose your problem and begin treat-
ment to correct it. Make on appointment to see this certified and
licensed chiropractor whenever you're having trouble relaxing or
experiencing any disorder with your bock.
The authors of this 1981 Business Review recommend this fine
clinic to oil of our readers needing chiropractic help.
Stockmen throughout the erea who want th* most tor their livestock depend on th* CROCKETT
LIVESTOCK AUCTION located on th* Madisonvlll* HWY in Crockett, phone 544 7895.
This old and reliable firm offers mony advantages for th* livestock rancher interested in getting the
most for his product. They feature adequate stock in perfect condition until it comes time for their sale.
Buyers from oil over th* area are in attendance at th* sales and YOU are assured of getting absolute
top dollar for your animals when you bring them here; with sales every Monday.
It olways pays to do business with a company that gives you a choice of markets for your livestock.
The CROCKETT LIVESTOCK AUCTION does just thot ond their reputation as the "cattleman's best friend"
is your best guarantee of fair treatment and a good price!
Th* authors of this 1981 Review urge ALL area beef producers to contact this reliable salesyard when
it comes time to convert your investment into cash! They thank their many customers and friends
throughout the areo and wish everyone the best in 1981!
Gladys Thomas and Dorothy Harris, Ownors
Looking for a great, practical hobby that's as much fun as it is inexpensive? Ceramics is o fine way
to keep busy as well os providing an unending source of gifts and beautiful, decorative objects. It's the
or t lor evei yon*!
The HOBBITT HOLE ot 800 North St. in Crockett, phone 544-5534, is one of the area s leading sup-
pliers of ceramics equipment and supplies.
The HOBBITT HOLE carries everything for the beginner or professional ceramic's hobbyist. They will
also custom fire your products in their professional style kiln and they have o wide selection of gift
items for sale.
The writers of this 1981 Business Review suggest thot YOU get into the enjoyable and rewarding hob-
by of ceramics.
THE COWBOY CORRAL
Donald Cunningham, Ownar
Lolata Omolina, Managar
Ranchers, stockmen, and other hard-workin’ people in this area have come to depend on THE
COWBOY CORRAL for ALL of their clothing and saddlery needs! This fine western store is located at
1027 South 4th Street in Crockett, phone 544-7155 and they carry o very complete selection of western
styled apparel for everyone
The working men of this region generally buy their jeans here because they know that they can
always find just the right size in the cut that they prefer.
Boots’ THE COWBOY CORRAL has a full line of name brand western boots in o variety of styles
Distinctive leather goods are also featured at this fine shop
For the horseman, they stock an outstanding array of custom-made saddles and accessories, so that
both YOU AND YOUR HORSE will look and work your very best! The writers of this 1981 Review suggest
that you shop where the cowboys do THE COWBOY CORRAL 1
HUFFMAN CATTLE COMPANY
Paul A Marla Huffman, Ownars
WILMA WEAVER DECORATOR
"Large Salaction of Fabrics"
Microprocessors in automobiles control engines with a precision that minimizes fuel
consumption and exhaust emissions.
5/32" 4x8 Sheet *3^
V*" 4x8Sheet ^2
We look forward to serving you with oil your weatheriiation
needs as the cold winter weather continues! It’s not too late to
install one of our fuel-saving, money-saving CRAFT STOVES
and to instoll other insulation materials!
We can help you stay warmer in winter, cooler in summer!
Come in ond let us explain!_________
Horry's Building Materials
683-2554 502 West 6th Rusk, Texas
SHARTLE TIMBER, INC.
Scott Shartle, Forestry Engineer
When service for which you cannot go window shopping such as
TIMBER MANAGEMENT is needed, it then becomes more important
to know the reputation of the firm with which you do business. The
SHARTLE TIMBER, INC. located on Highway 21 East ot Loop 304 in
Crockett, phone 544-8260. is a firm with which one can do business
with confidence ond assurance of increasing your timber profits.
Scott Shartle hos o master's degree in Forestry Engineering and is
ready to give you quality timber management. They take core of
anything from seedling to sawlog. including: planting, thinning,
cruising, marking, and hardwood control.
They know the business and insist that each job be done properly.
They employ only competent, well-trained men who have the desire
to please every customer.
This firm is favorably known for prompt service and fair prices.
Much of their popularity is due to the fact that they stand behind
The composers of this 1981 Review suggest thot you consider
SHARTLE TIMBER. INC. Were sure you will be pleased with any
work they do for you.
WILLIE JOSEY'S BODY SHOP
Willie Josey, Owner
With the prices of both new and used automobiles continuing to
rise it makes good sense to take the best possible care of your
present car. One way of insuring thot your car will look its finest is
to trust it to the experts at WILLIE JOSEY'S BODY SHOP for all of
your body repair work. This outstanding shop, located at 801 North
4th in Crockett, phone 544-2619. is widely known for their fast,
courteous service and their excellent work.
If you're considering selling or trading your car, you should know
that on automobile with flawless lines will command top dollar in
today's tough, critical market. If the car has been involved in an ac-
cident, you can do no better than to consult the experienced pros at
this fine body shop.
As the writers of this 1981 Business Review, we think you'll ap-
preciate the quality AND the reasonable cost of WILLIE JOSEY'S
BODY SHOP S work!
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Serving the interests of local livestock growers as well as the consumer is the full-time job of the
HUFFMAN CATTLE COMPANY. Located on HWY 21 West in Crockett phone 544-3971 or 544 8722, this
reliable livestock buyer is responsible for the profits of many of the leading cattle producers in this sec-
tion. ond his reputotion is second-to-none when it comes to getting highest prices for YOUR cattle.
With research ond marketing consultants constantly inspecting and analyzing the existing market,
this reliable buyer can get you top dollar for your valuable stock. His years of experience and unselfish
dedication to his clients have won him the respect ond praise of cattlemen from throughout the areo Be
sure to contact this leading Beef merchant" when you want the finest for your cattle needs. As the
writers of this 1981 Review, we suggest that ALL area cattlemen contact the HUFFMAN CATTLE COM-
PANY. They wish everyone the best in 1981
Funeral services for
Robert Randolf Stribling.
82, Alto were held at 11
a.m. Saturday in A. Frank
Smith United Methodist
Church with the Rev. Bill
Jenkins and the Rev. Ferd
Burial was in Alto City
Cemetery under the direc-
tion of O.T. Allen and Son
Mr. Stribling died Thur-
sday afternoon in a
Jacksonville hospital after
a long illness.
Beautify your home and help keep your heating and air conditioning bills ot a minimum with custom
draperies ond other window coverings from WILMA WEAVER DECORATOR.
Stop in ot 119 South Market in Grapeland. or phone 687-2434 for expert advice and sample showings
of some of the most exquisite draperies available. You'll find something thot s just right for your decor
AND your pocketbook! I Whether you need dignified full length drapes, kitchen curtains, window sha-
des or exotic fashions in fabric for your windows...this is the place!
WILMA WEAVER DECORATOR also feotures the lotest in window shades and coverings including,
woven wood and mini-blinds With fuel prices being whot they ore it's a good idea to use interior
decoration items for extra insulation ond bigger savings on your heoting and cooling bills The writers
of this IVbl Business Review suggest thot you contact WILMA WEAVER DEcCRAlGR for the answers to
all you drapery questions
The Wesleyan Service
Guide of the A.Frank Smith
United Methodist Church
will meet Jan. 12 at 6:30
p.m. in the Old Fellowship
Hall of the church.
He was born June 20,
1898, in Sulphur Springs,
and lived in Alto 57 years.
He was a retired merchant
and funeral director, char-
ter member of Alto Lions
Club and a member and
former trustee of A. Frank
Smith United Methodist
Johnnie M. Hargrove,
president, will be program
leader. She will introduce
the study for the new year,
“Love Made Visible."
Theme of this meeting is
“Do a Loving Thing.”
Hostesses for the oc-
casion will be Ruby
Clevenger, Eunice Morgan
and Mayola Jeter.
Members are urged to be
present to start the new
year off with a good atten-
Survivors include his
wife, Edith Stribling, Alto;
two daughters, Mrs. Mary
Ann Brittain, Dallas, and
Mrs. Sara Hicks, Tyler; a
sister, Mrs Maude
Stribling Witt of Carlsbad,
NM: three gran-
dchildren; and two great-
Pallbearers were Jim
Hargrove, Jimmy Erwin,
Van Campbell, Grady C.
Singletary, Mark Everett,
Gene Decker, Ralph
Rozelle and Bill Neal Shat-
Mrs. Opal LiChristopher
Mrs. Clara Eell Yeates
has returned from Richar-
dson where she spent the
holidays with Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Worley and Mrs. Ed-
na Thornton; She also
visited Mrs. Laura Mc-
Cuistion who lives in Fort
Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Adams spent the holidays
in Houston with their
daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Earnie Silver-
thorn and Cedric.
Mr. and Mrs. (Elizabeth
Adams) Dee Coslet of
Colorado visited relatives
and friends here during the
Mr. and Mrs. Lenard
(Bo) Covington of Colum-
bia visited Mrs. Kate
Covington and Mr. and
Mrs. W.T. Liles, New
Mr. William Dossett of
Athens visited Mr. Gatlin
Corley , Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Christopher, and Mr and
Mrs. Ocie Maddux during
the holidays; he also
visited Mrs. Neoma Mad-
dux in Lufkin; Neoma is
still quite ill but seems to
be holding a stable con-
Those visiting Mrs. Zola
Mae Engledow and Billy
over the holidays were;
Mr. and Mrs. David
Engledow of Dallas, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert McQuay
and Jenefer, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Engledow and
daughter, DD, and Mrs.
Billy Garry Engledow, all
Mr. and Mrs. Don Swann
visited relatives in La
Grange, Ga., for the
Mrs. Mary Nell Stanley
and son, Mark and his
friend of Port Arthur spent
New Year’s with Mrs.
Lillie Stanley and Mrs.
Ruth Schaeffer. They also
visited Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. Jim Smyth of Hen-
derson spent last Tuesday
with Mr. and Mrs. J.E.
Mr. (Buddy) Rice from
San Diego, Calif., and Miss
Rody Rice from South
Carolina spent the holidays
with Mr. and Mrs. Raford
Rice and family. They
visited relatives in Houston
and Lufkin while they were
Mrs. Goldie Gulledge had
her grandson, Chris
Gulledge of Houston spen-
ding the holidays with her.
Mias Lois Goff is home
after spending several
days in the hospital.
Mr. Claude Rice is still In
Newburn Hospital in
Jacksonville. He had
pneumonia, but is much
better at this writing.
Old Palestine Baptist
Church memorials are:
Mrs. Clarice Wilson gave in
memory of Vernon Wilson,
Erwin Wilson and Mrs.
Mrs. Nellie Boyd gave in
memory of Jim Bill Boyd.
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Boyd
and Mrs. Brice Jeter gave
in memory of Mr. Bob
Mr. and Mrs. Spradling
gave in memory of Mrs.
Yes. It costs more
to enjoy them today.
Dental Hyg,en* Spray
food Warding fray
Food Waste Disposer
Garage Door Opener
lc« Cream Freezer
Lighted Make-up Mirror
Collection of 1980 taxes
for the Alto Independent
School District totaled
$361,898.39 through Dec. 31,
Shirley Babb, assessor-
This figure is 64 percent
of the assessment, Mrs.
Taxes become delinquent
and subject to penalty and
interest on Feb. 1. Mrs.
Babb said she anticipates
that about 85 percent of the
taxes due will be collected
by the end of January.
The school district
allowed a three percent
discount for taxes paid in
October, two percent in
November and one percent
during December. Early
tax payments were much
heavier than in prior years
when no discounts were
How many do you "have?
The price of electricity has gone up in recent
years and must continue to go up to enable
Texas Power & Light Company to keep pace
with the drastically rising costs of producing
and supplying electric power
Even so. take a look at your most recent elec-
tric bill Divide the amount of the bill by the
number of days of service it covers This was
your average daily cost
Now, make a list of the electric appliances
and equipment in your home and think
of the conveniences, comforts and pleasures
Isn't electricity still one of the best buys in your
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