The Brady Standard and Heart O' Texas News (Brady, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, August 4, 1961 Page: 3 of 7
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IE BEADY STANDARD AND HEART O' TEXAS NEWS. BRADY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. mi
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By MRS. FRED LOHN
l«. Front. Jr., of Cniup Pendleton.
Calif., had got tognthor that
week-end for the flrat tint** since
the two hud bnnn atatlonnd la
California.' C. L. Jr., la expected
home oa a loam Aug. 1| and
Curtis will receira bla leave Aug.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. M. W. Holland were
I Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Looney and
'Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Winstead and
Lou Ann Smith.
Nancy Richter of San Antonio
of Lou Ann Smith at the home of
her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
; J. R. Winstead.
LOHN, Tax., Aug. I. 106i— j granddaughters. Mrs. Margaret
The trend for showery week-ends j Carter and Miss Linda Anderson
was changed this past week-end of Wichita. Kansas. They return-
niuklag watering yards and gar- ed by way of Han Angelo to visit
dens an added chore for the their other grandmother,
housewife. The summer has been ] Hob Trewltt of Odessa came by
ao pleasant, so tar air condition- Haturday morning for a visit with
era have received very little usage, his brother and alster-ln-law, Mr.... ..
Mr. and Mrs. T. 8. Oault and and Mrs. Tommy Trewltt. Huoent *• the summer with
family of Paaadena, spent the visitors In the Trewltt home were „ r. *L*.nrF*r*,,“’ Mr. and Mrs.
week-end with the former's par- Mr. aad Mrs. Hob fellers and "• L* WM • Monday guest
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oault. Also family of- Ft. Worth and Mrs.
guests In the Oault home have John Wright of Bloomfield. N.
been Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Morris Max.
of Kermlt. Mrs. Morris la the for-1 Miss Betty Smith, who has! Mr aad Mrs. Jack Amarine of
mer Faye Oault, and a teacher In'spent several weeks In California. Hants Anna were supper guests
the Kermlt School system where returned home Sunday for a ten- °f Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Frost Mon-
she has taught the past eight day visit with her mother, Mrs.
years. | Floyd Smith, before returning to I Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. R.
Mrs. llenry Hogan, Ruby and California where she has accepted L. Richter and Resale Monday
Vern of Driscoll, were overnight'a post as second grade teacher In afternoon were Mrs. J. It. Win-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. , the I’ortola Valley School system, stead and Lou Ann Hmlth, Mrs.
Miss Hmlth came by plane from O. C. Looney and Mrs, M. W.
California to Dallas and made the Holland.
rest or the trip home by bus. | itev. and Mrs. M Crawford and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hteapp, Melvin of Rochelle were Sunday
Janie and Mindy of Tyler were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Hunday guests or Mr. and Mrs. j Gayle Doyal and children when
W. W. Short and futility. jthe former was here to serve his
Marshall Haturday as they were
enroute to El Puso to visit the
former's son-in-law and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Reeder. They
will also stop by for visits with
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marshall and
daughter at San Angelo and Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Marshall at Pecos.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leonard,
Cindy and Bari of San Angelo,
spent several days with Mrs. Opal
Browning the first of this week.
Mrs. Browning Is on vacation
from the post office this week and
her sister, Mrs. R. J. Deck Is sub-
stituting as postmistress.
Visiting from Monday till Wed-
nesday of last week with Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Faulkner were their
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Let as buSd year "baff aah.
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spring CLOUD OF COMFORT
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New Mattress 0—rentes
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Baa an Saa Angela, Tai
... IN BKADY
CALL LY 7-3562
Linda Oayle Harvey of Midland
la apendlng this week with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mra. 8.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
aad Mrs. R. K. Briscoe were Mr.
and Mrs. Tommy Briscoe. Lsas
and Randy, and Don Hunter of
Mr. and Mra. Leon Browning
and Mr. and Mra. John L. Slaugh-
ter. Ksy and Randy ware Hunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mra. Iru
Bray of Rockwood.
Mr. and Mra. Frank Carter and
Mrs. Pat Bosa and Terry of View.
Texas visited with Mr. and Mrs.
C. K. Frost from Friday till Hun-
pastorate at the Baptist Church.
Mias Joyce Browning who la
attending summer school at Abi-
lene Christian College a.n*nt the
week-end with her parents. Mr.
and Mra. L. D. Browning.
Mr. and Mra. Paul Lohn and
Mr. and Mra. Tim Jonea of Brady
returned home Haturday from a
delightful week’s vacation in Colo-
rado. They catnped on the Cone-
jaa River where they flatted and
caught their quota of flah each i
Mr. and Mra. Hilly Tedder.
Cindy and Charlea of Abilene were
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Lawson.
day. The group went to Mercury Jalyn, Rundy and Hhurman
Saturday afternoon to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Elbert Doyal and Mrs.
II. L. Bratton.
Mrs. Clarence Lohn enjoyed a
telephone rail from her son. Cur-' grandparents and the Znne Car-
Brownwood spent the day with
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Carroll Hun-
day. Handy and Sharman remain-
ed for a week’s visit with their
tls Wright who Is stationed with
the Naval Training Center at Han
Diego, Calif., Hunday rdght. He
reported that he and a cousin, C.
•WELCOME TO BRADY!... Members of the McCulloch
County Electric Cooperative, Inc., to your annual member-
ship meeting in Brady Saturday, August 5.
Mfjpp] Your present refrigerator
can be the full down
foooamma payment on the one
IMM! Jyotfre always wanted...
i ! a fa-
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i waft I was**: L. JlO?w
F00DARAMA by Kelmnator
12 cu. ft. rafrigarator and $ cu. ft.
upright fraazar— «// in a eabinat
only 41 inch* widaf
»! Junt tiwdg in Four pram
a way you
right in ygnr
watt* Trade in your
didu tyuAMitun* C AfXfkLojic* Go.
110 W. Mam Street
I trad*. Trut
sons. Arriving Monday for a
week's visit with the lioyals were
Mrs. Ray Scbulae and Douglas of
Leo Bloomer, g student In Tex-
ts Tech, Lubbock and Mr. and
Mrs. Lavon Hutton and three
children of Norton wen- week-end
gueats of Mr. and Mrs. W, If.
Rleomer and family. Miss Mar-
garet Ann Poyner of Lubbock ac-
companied here and was also
a guest of his parents. Coming
home with the group Haturday
night following church services
for refreshments of homemade
Ice cream and cookies were Mr.
end Mrs. Bobby Poyner and three
children of Slaton, Barbara Fin-
lay, Dicky Moore and Oarnet
Moore. The above group were al-
so Sunday dinner and au.tper
gueeta of the Bloomers.
• • •
Mr. and Mra. O. T. Orifflce
west to Boerne Saturday where
they will spend several daya with
the latter'a brother, Frank Wil-
liams and family.
Mr. and Mra, J. D. Myers and
Hurl attended the Peel family re-
union at the Richards Park In
Mr. and Mra. Jerell Hemphill
■pent the week-end with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mra. Sum Cunnlf
Jack Bloomer left Tuesday
for Lubbock, accompaled by Mr.
and Mra. Lavon Hatton and child-
ren of Norton. Thay will visit Leo
Bloomer and friends a few days.
Tha Church of Christ meeting
at Pear Valley came to a close
Runday night with one addition
to the church. Bobby Poyner of
Hlaton waa the minister for the
serlea of sermons.
Mr. and Mra. Roy Sallee, Pame-
la and Steve of fra were week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Hunday dinner gueats of Mr.
and Mra. Hill Browaing were Mr.
and Mrs. Psul Know of Brown-
wood and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Bratton and David Hmlth. The
| dinner was In celebration of Mr.
Browning's birthday anniversary,
j Little Gsyla Thacker of Eden
apeat several days last week with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. D. Solabery and family. They
look Gayla homo Hunday and
s|ient the day In the Joe Pet
| Gerald Gafford of Lubbock wsa
the week-end guest of his father,
J. P. Gafford. Mra. Dorothy Nell
'Gafford of Abilene accompanied
her son here and visited Mrs
Egan Fowler of Brady at the MAS
Hospital where she underwent
major aurgery Saturday.
Wa are happy to welcome to
I the community Mr. and Mrs. R.
W. Parker end daughters. Msry
and Linds who have moved to
the Yantla Ranch.
Rev. and Mra. John M. Akera
and four children of Han Jose.
Calif., accompanied by Mlsa Maud
Akera of Hnyder spent last Frl
day and Haturday wjth the for-
mer's sister. Mrs. Carroll Watkins
and family. Also gueats were Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Mills of Big Lake
who brought their guest. Dtsnna
Watkins home, and Jitn Tom
Mills and Robert Browning of Big
Lake who had finished their OC8
trailing at Ft. Hood.
Mrs. Jack Bute accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Marshall
and L. O. Marshall to Brownwood
Monday afternoon to visit Carl
Lohn in the Medical Arts Hos-
pital. They reported hla condition
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lohn visit-
ed Carl Lohn In the Medical Arts
lloapltal. They reported hla con-
dition aa satisfactory.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lohn visited
Carl Lohn at the ho^iltal in
Brownwood Haturday and met Mr.
and Mra. A. B. Martin and two
children of Grand Prairie there.
The Martins went on their way
to Wlllcox. Arts.. In the afternoon
where they will visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lohn.
Mr. and Mrs. Travis Barrett.
Mike and Becky and some friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Browning last
from Ballinger were supper guests
Friday as they were enroute home
from an outing at Buchanan Lake.
Here From Brownfield
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Payne
and two children of Brownfield
were recent gueata of the Udy’n
brother, James Isbell aad Hex
label) and daughitera.
Hartman* Have fin***I*
Mr. and Mra. Creighton Crsig
of Houston spent the week end
here as guests of the lady's
father, Jack Hartman, and other
relatives and friends.
DON’T SCRATCH IT!
Scratching utranoa tntwuua ewadae
MOKE pain. Make tkb teat. Apply ITCH
ME-NOT. Itrhlaif qtaUrta Sown la aia-
utaa aad antiaaptic action help* apaad
healing. Uo tn»lant-d Tying ITCB-MW
NOT for ocxenM, Inawrt Mtaa. tag IMh
other Mtrfar* raahe>. If not plnooad. poor
4Sa bock at any drag .tor* TODAY a»
CENTRAL DRUG STORE.
You Are Cordially Invited
In a Gospel Meeting With
The Southside Church ef Christ
AUG. 7-11 INCLUSIVE
SERVICES DAILY 8 P. M.
PLAIN GOSPEL PREACHING
Mra. Beilin linker of Brady
spent from Thursday till Hunday
with Mr. and Mra. Q. L. Doyal and
REA MEMBERS—Welcome to Brady Saturday—Come by, Stop, Shop, Save!
Shop at MHM m SOI
Maxwell House INSTANT
COFFEE »« T J|
Maxwell House COFFEE 2-Lb. Can $1.29
PAN ROLLS - 19*
Nabisco l itr
NEWTONS lb. 35c
Supreme Lb. Box
Gnndv'* Homo. V* Gal.
MILK .. .2 for 89c
ICE CREAM 69c
Frail & V,,.
Nice Crisp Heads 2 For
PI .CMS ... lb. 19c
EGG PLANT 10c
TUNA .... Can 29c
10—7 ()z. Cans 98c
2—No. 2 Cans 49r
t-Lb. Cello Hag 19c
Mlrnion :I0.‘| Si/e
PEAS ...2 Cans* 33c
Peas with Bacon
3 303 Cans 27c
or 4 Cans $1.00
2 303 Cans 25c
Green .'tft.'l Cun
kimhell’* *1-1.!». Can
Shortening .... 73c
Imoerial 10 l.h.
MEAL OF THE WEEK
MARKET BOY SERVES SOU)
BARBECUED MEAT LOAVES
Combine 1 lb. ground beef, with
1 lightly beaten t'gg. 4 Tblsps.
bread crumbs, 1. cup water, ‘J
Tblsps. chopped onions, 2 Tblsps.
horseradish, salt and pepper. Shape
into 4 oblong loaves. Combine
cup chili sauce, It Tblsps catsup,
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce nrd
•*, tsp. dry mustard. Spread sauce
over each loaf, covering top and
sides. Pake in :t5<) degree oven 45
mins. Halfway through baking
time baste once with drippings.
Full II O*.
v* >.’ * k Y
■XU " ffi
WE HAVE THE BEST
OF MEAT FOR
WE EAT IT
-FROM ( HOICK HKF.F-
Kound. Loin, T-Hme
STEAKS ........ 79c
ROAST ... Lb. 49c
Thick Sliced BACON .... 2 l.b. Pkg. $1.19
Rl ( him Vle\ir.*in
SiH'w ( n*|»
Hickory Smoked H AMS
li or Whole
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Smith, L. B. The Brady Standard and Heart O' Texas News (Brady, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, August 4, 1961, newspaper, August 4, 1961; Brady, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth921373/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting FM Buck Richards Library.