Stamford American (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1950 Page: 4 of 8
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Prayer, Christmas Living
Will Bring About Lasting
Peace, Texas Poll Reports
Th* 1>u* Poll
AUSTIN Texas, Dec 23.-
£at !• ’•* nwt Important
Mto that can be done to bring
this question in
aa atmosphere charged with
fear of another world waf repre-
™ O — and women all
In both surveys, the need for
worldwide moral regeneration
appeared uppermost In peoples
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Many Attend Annual Gillespie Family
C hristmas Dinner Monday at Rockdale
THE STAMFORD LEAD El
Stamford, Texas, Tuesday, December 27, I960
The Gillespie family held their
the state gave their opln-
to The Texas Poll In a re
suggest ions topped
he list of Ideas
•Get right with your Lord."
an elderly waitress in f
Palestine “That’s what Is |
wMh this world- people
have forgot their Saviour." Her
sentiments wore echoed through-
out the state by one of every
tour persons questioned.
A year ago, la a similar sur-
vey one of every three pointed
to prayer, trust In God. living
according to the precepts of
This la the way a Fort Worth
housewife put it
“The whole woild must
to God We must deal
Russia as if they were 'hildren
reason with their people, show
annual Christmas dinner. Mon
day at the iiefTyhtll school house.
Those of the family who attend-
end were Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
MfC’awn, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Me
Keever, Mr and M'» K A. Gil-
e»pie; Mr. and Mrs. T
ie*pi»?, Mr. and Mrs
Martindsie and Patsy. Mr. and
I Mrs. Clarence Ha ugh ton, James
turn and Rudy; Mr. and Mrs. Doe
with ! Houghton, Johnnie and Billie,
Stanley McKeever of Stam-
GUIespiaa, returned with them
the real road to peace.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Alien and
daughter, Donna, are spending
this week in Arkadelphia, Ark.,
Charles Thompson, who is
with tha Soil Conservation Serv
toe In Seguin earn# home for the
Christmas holidays with his
parents. Mr: and Mrs. M D.
Mr. and Mrs E. A. Russell
had as Christmas visitors their
daughter, Mrs David Bunker.
Mr. Bunker and daughters, (j?n
ger Jane and Julia Ann, and
Mrs. Rumen's sister “Mrs im
Duncan, and Mr. Duncan, ail oi
Odessa. They were also Joined
by Mrs. Earl Russell and son.
Rusty, and Mr. and Mrs. Norris
Russell and children. Robbie
and Russ, of Stamford. Mr. "Hun
her returned to Odessa and Mrs
Bunker and the girls will he
here during this week.
thebn our way of life
The Communist* may Jeer at
this faith in religion, which
they call “the opiate of the mas-
ses." but they had better not
misinterpret public opinion. For
a lot of people are fed up with
Russian tactics, and they are
A comparison of pre-Chris'-
mas opinion in 1 949 anrl 1950,
as shown by The Texas Prill's
statewide surveys on the same
question, Indicates these import-
J. The "whlp-Russla now"
sentiment is growing
3. , Re armament is assuming,
3. There is an Increase in
public distrust of our national
In each survey, 1,000 men and
women were asked: “In your
opinion, what Is the most Im-
portant thing that ran be 'tone
to bring shout lasting peace?"
Living 33 21
Support the UN, cooperation
Among nation* 9 9
Keep well armed 4 9
Whip Russia now 2 H
He firm with Russia suppress
Communism' 3 4
Mind our own business, sthp
Meddling! .3 5
C*t J*itci leaders v , 4
ami stayed until Tuesday
Mr and Mrs. Goorge Bouldtaa
and Sue spent Christmas day
in Haske(l with Mrs. W. W.
... Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
N- Smith of Odessa, and Mr. and
Eugene Mrs. Thurman Lusk. Jaanie.
and Scooter of Haskell.
The Rockdale M dub held
their Christmas tree Wednesday
i night In the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Cobb. Mr. and Mrs.
Johnnf Whisonant. who attends
Oklahoma A. and M toiler* at
Stillwater, Okie , came home for
Christmas holidays with his phr
enta, Mr. and Mr* M L Whiae-
Vender Bennett Corley, student
in the University of Texas, was
home for the Christmas holidays.
His sister, Omi Ruth Corley wa*
here from Abilene for a couple
of days and then -went to Dallas
where she was to meet her room
make from LSU for the remain
der oi the holidays.
i W. M. Blackburn Residence Captures
Christmas Decoration Contest Here
ford. Mr and Mr*. I>ster Ivy y y Runklry Sr. Mr. and Mra.
and Mrs DoyleCobb. lnlj' Mr *nd Mrm
of Albany, Mr.
Gillespie Hc< k> and Ix-bbte of | Von Cobb enjoyed games of can-
San Angelo, Mr. and Mrs. Wir- and M.
ren M.irtlndsle, and l.inda Hue |
of Sweetwater, Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Neill and
son. Max, of Port Worth spent
Christmas with Mrs. Neill’s par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Yates.
The Yates had s letter Wednes-
day ,'rom .their son, Richard, who
la In tne Navy and was in the
northern waters off Korea when
he wrote on December IV.
Wayne McCown of Albany; Mr.
and Mrs W. W. McCown and
children of Stamford; Mr and
Mis. Weldon Houldin. Buddy.
Sandra, and Priactlla; Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Cannon and Mra. W.
C. f an non of Stamford; and Mra.
Wylie Hughes, of Seymour
The friends who attended were:
Mr. and Mra. Sam Meadows
Mr. and Mrs. Arlln Howe and
children of Haskell, Dorothy
Overton of Paint Creek and Bil-
lie Fry of Haskell.
< hiistrnaa airiner was served
Monday In the Louis Cox home
for members of the immediate
Schaeffer family. Those attend
ing were Mr. and Mra. Loyd
.laird of Albany, Mr. and Mra.
Leslie Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. A.
C. Schaeffer, and Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Schaeffer of Stamford.
Christmas dinner was the
source of gathering the New-
comb children and grandchildren
together In the home of Mr.
and Mm. Tull Newcomb Mon
day. Those who were there
were; Mr and Mrs. Art New
A Christmas Eve dinner was
held Sunday In the home oi Mr.
and Mrs. Weldon Bouidln for;
Mr. and Mrs H. K. Fry and
Billie; Mr. and Mrs. Buck Cal
ioway and Clarence Alvin; M(.
and Mrs. Pete Calloway, Teresa
Ray. Hollis, and Clinton; Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Krrepka and
Carol Jo; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stan-
ford, all of Haskell, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Luc Mr Barbara and
Tony of Thalia and Mr. and Mrs.
fieorge Houldin and Sue.
Mr. and Mis. T. N. Gillespie
entertained the following with
and 94 party Monday night: Mr.
and Mrs. Doyle Gillespie, Becky
and Debbie; Mr. and Mra. J. D.
Gillespie, and Pamela; Mr. and
Mrs. .Weldon Bouidln, Buddy,
Hand ip. and Priscilla, Dick Gil-
lespie; Mr. and Mrs. George
Houldin and Sue; Mr. and Mrs.
Clinton Carrol of Crane; Mr*.
Martha V. Exell of Stamford
and Billie Fry oi HaakelL
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Cobb and
baby of Kermit are spending the
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Cobb, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Durr-
*tt of Dallas wers her* for a
Christmas visit with Mr. Durr-
ett’s sister, Mrs. Ben Cols, and
family and his sunt, Mrs J. M
Rutherford, and Dr. Rutherford.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Surge*
and daughter, Sherrilyri spent
Christinas Dsy in Stephenville.
Selected from a wealth of
beautifully decorated hoi
that of Mr. and Mrs.
Blackburn at 1206 East Boule-
vard received first place in the
Christmas decoration contest
sponsored by the Stamford
Garden Club and the Chamber
of Commerce. _
Second place was accorded the
home of Mr and Mra. Steve
Bennett at 603 East Me Haig
Mr. and Mrs Mila* M*Bnd*
of Oaklai d, Cain . came for a
Christmas vL.t with Mr. Me
Bridae’s parents, Mr. and Mr*.
M. M. McBrrt*
Nancy Lovvorn, who attends
Hardtn-Simmon* university, Abi-
lene. Is spending the holidays
Mr. and Mr. Fred Buerg>-r are
celebrating thrir silver wedding
anniversary It their home on
December 31, beginning at 6 p.
m. All their friends are invited
Mr. and Mra. J. N. Capps and
son, Ted, arrived Wednesday
night from Aransas Pass to visit
Mrs. Capps mother, Mra. J. P.
Orr, and other members of the
family. Also here tor Christmas
was Mrs. Orr's son. Seaty Orr,
and his wife, and children, San-
dra Kay and Thumper.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clayton »nd
daughter, Patricia, of Weather-
ford were here for a Christmas
visit with tor*. Clayton’* mother,
Mrs. Ava Lee Surges, and her
brother, A. L. Horgee, and family.
Mr*. Clayton is the former Wan-
G. I. Ingli*h and daughter,
Mr*. Sarah Inglwh McDonald,
went to Dallas tot the Christmas
holidays. Several members of
the fan ily planned to »pjnd
Christmas with Mr. and Mr*.
John F. Evan*. Mr*. Evan* is
the former Inez Inglisk Mr*.
Marie Meyer* of Minneapolis,
Minn., wa* to he there a* a guest
of her non; Bob Meyers, aim
is the former Jane McDonald.
Mr*. L. L. Chapmen is here
from Houston visiting her daugh-
ter, Mr*, i.awreikts Payne, and
faniily and her son*, Wayne Carl-
ion and 1 V»)« Carlton, aqd fami-
avenue and third to Dr. and Mrs.
Ike Hudson at 1020 Wells. The
home of Mr. and Mra. Clyde
Westfall at 1101 Wells received
Many other residences hto
unusual and outstanding Chris*
mas decorations and hardly
a home failed to show a light-
ed Christmas tree, a wreath or
doorway greeting Miny of the
decorations showed the handi
work of the children of t|*»
home where the youngsters
took special pride in making
the home pretty for Christmas.
Judging look place on Thurs-
day night, December 21 and
prizes were $15 for first place.
$10 for second, and S5 for third.
The Judges were Mrs. M. M.
York, Mrs. Luther Marr and
Mrs. A. L Irving, all of Hamlin.
Mrs. J. M. Ashcroft entertained
at a coffee for the judges and
members of the civic comittee.
Mrs. Crockett Appling, chair-
man Mrs. J. M. McDonald, Mrs.
W. C. Markham and Mrs. Dave
“Great Interest was shown In
the . Christmas decoration con
Mr and Mrs. R. E. May of! test’and results were moat grat-
Lubbock caxtie for a Christmas ) ifying," Mrs. Appling, chairman
visit with Mrs. May's parents, i of the civic committee said. “We
Mr. and Mrs. C R. Suns, and her | greatly appieclate the Interest
brother, Harry Sims, who was j in the contest and are prqpd of
Mr. and Mr*. E. O Morgan had
their son and daughter her*' for ■ here from the University of Vir- j the many beautifully decorated
comb of Hamlin; Mr and Mra. Dameron and other friends and
Rev. and Mrs. Chaa E. Fike
had as their guests during the
week-end, Mr. Pike’s parents.
Rev. and Mra. C. E. Pike, Sr of
Lubbock On Tuesday the Pikas,
with their son Eddie, went to
Dallas, for a brief visit with Mis.
Pike's father, and family. Mr.
K>. P. Bishop. On Tuesday eve-
ning, the 36th. they will attend
the Dallas Symphony concert,
and on Wednesday evening the
Educate people a tout
Miae Weak —• H
No l«k*a ;............. 3-1
The get tough with Russia at-
titude was expressed In various
A Dallas truck driver, with
mixed emotions, blurted: “Drop
an atom homb on Russia and
make a Christian out of her.”
An Electra oil worker dedar.
ed; “Tell Russia to pull In her
eara or wi ll hit first with at-
omic bomba plus ail we have."
A young Austin housewife de-
manded; “Kick Truman and!
Joy Newcomb of Formans; Mr.
and Mrs. Flla Cothran and Fred-
ie Paul of Williams, Arizona;
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Watts.
Frank "Dnvkt ami Jmm. LBk&mi
of Pecos: Mr. and Mrs Darrell
Price and daughter of Abilene;
Mr. und Mr*. Leo M-Kcever, W.
IL ami Eridle Dawson; Mr. and
Mrs. Sonny Johnson and De-
liorah of Haskell.
The Houldin family held their
Christmas tree Christmas Eve
Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Mick-
ler and Martha Jane of Lamesa
and Mr and Mr*. Gene Mlckler
of Fprt Worth spent Sunday
night and Monday
Mrs Bill Mlckler
The McLennan family* held
their Christmas dinner Monday.
In the home of Mrs. Mary Mc-
Mr and Mra. J. D. Gillespie
and Pamela of Munday Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs U. M. Ferrell
took their daughter. Mra. Mar-
vin Huff,*and son. Steve, to El
Paso to join her husband, who
la stationed (here for the pres-
ent. They are living at 528 Pros-
pect Ave. He Is a sergeant, first
cissa. In the Medics, and. is at
William Beaumont Hospital.
Gloria Pace, student In North
Taxes State College. Denton, is
here for the holidays with her
aunt, Mrs. E. R. Pace.
Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Green and son, Mike, w-re here
from Fort Worth and Mr. and
Mr*. G. W. Morgan and daughter*
ChjrrI and Becky, were here from
Lubbock. Also, joining them for
Christmas Day were Mrs. E. O.
Morgan's sister,' Mr*. Ora Mc-
Culloch, and Mr. and Mrs. Par-
rish Keller of Rule.
gima at Chariotteviile. The group homea.”
went to Eastland and Gorman i
during the tune they had '.o- j
gethei. Hariy Sims returned to
r.ubbock with Mr. and Mrs. May. i
New Pastor Takes
Position at Haskell
Dr. and Mrs. Joe Rutherford
and son, Ricky, of Waco came
; lor a Christmas visit with t>r.
1 Rutherford's parents, Dr. and
Mrs. J. H. Kuthi'rWTd
Mr. and Mjrs. W. G. Gillean
and datightor, Gayian, and son*, -
Mrs. J. M. Bennett had aa out-
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert WesUall
ami daughter, Betty Jo, of East-
land were here for Christmas
with Mra. Westfall’s parents.
Mr and Mra. J. F. Compton and
other relatives. They formerly
Otho, Jr., and Lexington, went to
Ballinger for the holiday*, leav-
ing her* Saturday night and T?-
tuming Tuesday. They visited
Mr*. Gfllean'* parent*. Mr and
Mr*. O. L. Parri-h, and joined
other relative* who had gather-
ed then for a family reunion.
of-town visitors on Christmas
Day her sons, Nell Bennett, and
his son. Bill. amUDavia Bennett :
and his wife and.daughters. Vir-
ginia. Gloria and Mrs. Don Swin-
Accepting a psosition as pas-
tor of the Haskell Bible Baptist
Church last week was the Rev.
O. E. Bright, former pastor of the
Kingston Baptist Church in
Dallas. He replaces the Rev. R.
B. Turner, who, has moved to
Rev. and -Mrs. Bright have
four children, two of whom have
night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. 8. G. Cobb and Linda of
Mis. George Houldin. Those at
tending were: Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Lukie, Barbara and Tony
of Thalia. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon
Houldin. Buddy. Sandra, ! and
Priscilla, Sue Bouidln, and Billie
Fry of Haskell.
Mr. and Mrs Miller Bunk ley
Haskell anti Bob Paaey of Dallas
spent Saturday night with Mr.
and Mrs Sam Cobb.
Mr. a nr Mrs Claude Young
of Stamford spent Wednesday
night with Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Mac McLennan
and daughters, of Haskell, and
Mr. and Mrs. Gayle McLennan ,
of Vernon spent the Christmas
Mr*. H. A. Kinney of Gorman
visited here with her sons, W.
N. Kinney and O. A. Kinney, and
families during Christmas.
Mr. and Mr*. Pete Cole and
son, Peter Tierney, of Dallnr
spent Chrisms* here with Mr.
Cole’s parents, Mr. and Mr*. L.
B. Cole, and other relative*.
Acheson out the While House „nd Mr. and Mrs V. B Bunk
and drop a tomb on Moscow lo|.,.y j, |M*th of Arlington spent
Stalin know we mean bus Sunday and Monday here with
*•” . I Mr. and Mrs R. a. GlUoapto Mr
...___ ^ . San Antonio yardman aaid: attended the Christmas tree In
family Christmas party where -Gat Into war at onee with Rua the home of Mr*. A. L. Young McLennan
* ; tome 30 relatives will gather in :«|a and beat her so had she will uf Stamford Sunday ntght. Mr ,nd Mr* V F Bunk,*y
' tounton. , never he powerful again i j Mr. and Mrs Burl Bunkley Sr- ■,,fnrtrd ,h<‘ funeral of A1
—- 'A North Te*a" farmer wnnted ; imi .laughters of llamlln spent ' l*n Co* afternoon at
Mr. and Mr* Garland Zimmer no appeasement, i^pt the U. S ! Sunday and Sunday night with
fnen and children. Mack ami j quit trying to buy 'em off," he > Mr. and Mr#. M M. Cobb. They i M™ Helen Carrol of Crane
Judy. Mrs.- Addle Mae Kennedy I advised; “It's like glvln' a guy returned home Monday mom-I »nd Mrs Martha V. Ezell of
' and daughters, Lucy and Nancy your |*»rkct knife to keep him
and Mrs. Bourdon Smith, her > from fighting."
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Tidwell
and children, Darrell Gen* and
Sandra Joy, of Fort Worth vis-
ited relatives and friends hvre
during the holidays. They for-
i merly lived here.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Lovvorn and
daughter, Lee, of Austin, were
here during the Christmas holi-
days visiting Mr. Lovvom’s par
ents. Mr. and hfrs. J E. Lovvorn,
and other members of the fam
Robert Newsom, student in
Tarleton College, Stephenville,
cam. to Avoca with his cousin,
Clayton Childress, also a student
there, before going to his home
in Ora City for th* Christinas hol-
iday*. He remained here until
tleli and her husband, and son. enrolled in Hakell schools. They
David Brnnett, Jr. all of Abilene, eroded in Haskell ichool*. They
Virginia Bennett had gone to Abi-
lene from Fort Worth for Christ-
mas and came over with other
members of the family.
YV*yn*, and*JWH* ’ '
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walkei
and son, Don. went to Cisco
Tuesday for a family reunion
Mr. and Mix Wilbur Gui&f ] at the home of Mrs. Walker^
Mr and Mr*. Tom Upshaw and
son of Ft. Worth were here to
spend Christmas holidays with
her mother. Mrs C. E. Young-
qu|st, and other homefolks. Their
nephew, Eddie Shuquist, return-
ed with them to Ft. Worth for a
mother, Mrs. M. W. Oldham.
RELIEF AT LAST
For Tour COUCH
On Sumtay ,h, yroup 1 “
was present in the Olson home ’o phlegm sod sid non to soothe and
honor the twin sisters: Mr. and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial
Mrs. W. B. Agnew maternal
grandparents, Mrs. Dora Agnew,
daughter, Brenda of Lrvelland J gr, at grandmother. Miss Bertie
•pent Christma* Day here with Agnew’, all of Hamlin. Mr. ano
Mi. Upshaw’s parents, Mr. and ; Mrs. A. D. Agnew and Judy of
Mr*. T. A. Uphaw. ' Merkel.
membranes. Guaranteed to please you
or money refund*-\ Creotnulsioa aas
stood the test of millions of i
I*a*m taOt Cke Cato. AeeSs SraecMMi
husband and children, Melanie
Hetji and Mike, went to CoIp
man for th* Christmas holidays
. with Mr. and Mrs G.'K. Redding,
parents of Mrs. Zimmerman and
Mr*. Kennedy. The families had
been there on December 9 for
• the golden wedding celebration what hi* Is doing,
of the Reddings. *chool teicher In
Most of the criticism of nor
national leaders was directed a*
Freaident Truman and Secielaiy
of State Acheson.
“Git rid o| Truman," demand
ed a uuck operator In Pearland.
“Get a president that know*
chimed in a
Ing. Stamford visited Mr. and Mrs.
their parei... Air. and Mrs. V. jT. N Gillespie. Tuesday night.
F Runkley Sr They v:sited Dr ! The Cobh family had their
•in»i Mrs. K P. aunkiey of Stam Christmas dinner Monday. In
I worries me to death
Mr. a.>; Mrs Victor Nelson of j Truman I* in there."
Bryan were here for a holiday! A farmer nea. Dallas .uni me I
visit with their daughter. Mr*. UP growing distrust of oui
Bland Harrison, and family and Texas Poll t',*i|e\ 12 j-_>
Mrs, Nelson's mother. Mrs. J
K. Brady Mrs. Brady returned
home with them for a visit who ,<row whit It's about "
**• •• ' ‘ —| J Many people, of <*om «e paid
I they ha l no ldep what was the
ford for a short while Christmas
Mr and Mrs. J. E. McCown
held the Christmas dinner for
heir Immediate family, Sunday.
Than* attending were Mr and
Mi*. Doc Kaughton. Billie. John
le. and Warn,*; Mr. and Mrs.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Cobb. Those attending were:
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cobb, Mr.
and Mrs. Howell Cobb, Mra. Lon-
nie Ivy, Mrs. L. V Routen of
Abilene Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Cobb. Mr and Mra. Glen Cobb,
Mr and Mrs. G- H. Cobb knd baby
state department: "Get some
»>'ople in tiur state department
m«>st im|>ort.m thin*; to do Some
were downright ho(H-lesr.. like
Mltcatu traixf ’ ing >» hell."
the laundry workei In Dallas j and PamMn of I.lunday went to
who aaid: "I don t think there’s I San Angelo Saturday to visit
anything to tie dune that will Mr and Mr*. Doyle Gillespie,
bring penre The whole world 1* ; Heeky and fiehhie They return-
Clarenee Raughto-. James an 11Kermit. Mr. and Mrs. M. R.
Rudy; Mr. and Mrs VI W Cobb of llaakelL Mr* B O.
(’own. Martha, Janke and Sue ; Biker and Hoh Posey Jr. of Dal- j
Of Stamford; Mr. and Mrs. L. la*- Mr ■n<l Mr* J. D. GUIesple
II Slmpaoh and Danny of Siam I *nd Pamela of Munday. Mra. M.
ford; Mr and Mr* R. A. Gil ° Pugh of Jayton Mr. and Mr*.
Irsple, Dick Gillespie. Raymond |s rohh *nd Linda of Haskell.
Medford. , Ray Sims, and Dor Mr- "nd Mr* Von Cobb and Mary,
othy Overton. j Mr. and Mrs Robert Aday and
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Glllespk- ! b*hy of Waxahachie, Mr. and
and Mr. and Mrs L. D. Gillespie I Mr*. C. C. Middleton and Gentry
of Haskell. Mr and Mrs. James
Stewart. Mr. and Mrs Carlton
Middleton. Mavle .Sorrels of Rule,
Mrs. Frances Clifton of Haskell
ed Sunday ond the Sin Angelo 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. J. West and girls
I of Fort Stockton, Mr and Mra.
Clinton Carroll c.’ Crane, and
Mrs Martha V. Eaell of Stam-
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