Stamford American and The Stamford Leader (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1957 Page: 3 of 12
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Her Birthday at Home in Lueders
Mr. and Mr*. S. A, Verble
Iowa Park Were here Sunc_,
visiting Mr. and.Mrs Ed George.
TTie Verble family arc former
Mrs. O. T. Shipp has returned
home from a Dallas hospital and
is improving nicely. Mrs. Stanley
Shipp and children of Riverton,
Wyo., are here visiting with the
From Trip to Gulf Coast
being elected "tearhtvi of fh** j 5
jear" at AUmogerdo
'Ii and M1 ■ 0/ E Hast
and flfMliy has*; returned horn
(tnOI \ tailing tn Highland, Pa. " Ml
tcw.M. and Houatnn the BMt f» w
■weak* The\ iRaWMlfc V1 -*1
nation ritrdit of their nk a"’*
««m1 e«ni«in I.UuTa Vm sh. •*'*'*
graduated from Baytown Jr Uj^!i f"*’r
mhooi. Limta uthiuiol •hnn*rfi^'fn
With them lo‘stay tut an imU l
of i for Huntaville where she plana to
*y spend the summer with her aunt,
Mrtf. Kay Sanders, and other rela
Mr. and Mrs. Card Felts and
son, Timmy, have' moved to
Stamford to make their home.
imlly reunion at Aria served the cake Gifts wer?
1 Presented to the honoree Guests
. E. Shelley vilait. were Patsy Gaffortl Hetty Lam
last week wtinkart. Nancy ivpham Sharon
nd a dls-
I mite pliant
Mr and Mis Amos Gtimes oft vMr.
MC and Mrs Ernest W. PtrmeH,
yi(*i and David, of Breckenridge
Seymour visited Row and Me>
E K Holder ami children Frida c
Rev. end Mrs. Henry Salk*.*
have returned home' from the
Methodist Conference held t.i
*martt1o:~Trjry “wttt mrnmr hr'
Avoca and he will continue aii
Ifte pastor of the Methodist
Mr and Mrs Bei t Onstott an l
rhltdren of Cnrtshad. N M and
Mr ami Mrs It F ‘Matthews of
Stamford visited with Mr. and
Mrs Glenn Rennets Tuesday
were here Sunday visiting with
Mr and Mrs. I^ewls Markwood
fnoved here last week from Abi
lene. Mr. Markwood is music;I
director for the First Baptist
Rev. Luther Walker was In
Amnntlo lasr w«*ek to nrtchd the1
Northwest Texas Methodist Con
ference Rfv. Walker was reap-
pomt«t *r» pastor of the Luedeu
Methodist Church. •
Mrs. Bob Vandeveeter and
daughters of Fort Worth wet 3
here last week visiting with her
T*rnns, Mr. and Mrs. T R Put-
Mr. and Mrs Ddyle Graham of
Arlington, visited here during
the weekend with their parents
relatives. Vicki is attending the
Camp Fire Camp at the Lueders
Baptist Encampment Grounds
this week Karolyn Oman return
fc‘l to Bwkenridge with the l*tn
Hell’s for .a visit.
Shirley George of Abilene was
home for the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed George.
Mrs. Oscar Armstrong and
sons, Jerry and Andy, and Mary
Ann Moore, spent the weekend
in Austin, with Mr. Armstrong.
Mr. and Mia. Jerry Soutl) and
baby of Odessa visited here dur
lng the weekend with relatives
JJt Kinney Albert Newell wvl
Almua i»l.n kwr*n \y*nc. amoiig
iW A ho t»nwwte»t» row eswhtun
• the- eld jf.tiiK tin ( .,4tegc jl
r;n I... I’Vu'-Int*- —.1 • II«T- -J-- —~
Ml, din! Mir Hrty mmd AVcrl-i
their degrees from
Hardin Simmons University In
Abilene on Monday Mr. Mark-
wood plans to enter Southwestern
Theological Semawiy in - F+.
Worth in the fall.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C.. Collins of
Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. W, L.
Davis and family of Odessa were
iwre past weekend visiting with
their mother. Mrs. Mae Dodgen,
aqd other relatives. Mrs. Dodgen
und all mernbcis of her family
vlaltlng wtth her on Sunday with
the except ion of one son. Mickey
Dodgen of Albany.
Janet Davidson, who attended
school at Nort Texas State Col-
lege at Denton, Is here with her
parents, Mr and Mrs. O L. David
son. Janet plans to return to
summer, -achool there. ----—h
Anita Felts has returned home
from Dallas where- she spent -th»
week with Mr. ami Mrs. W C.
Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
Mr. and--Mrs R. C. Cowan and
FKKSII K< ;<;s
lUiki.H ■ y .iw •.■ is ;1.„| Tti-vv
cnimren «*f Odessa visiied Mrfit h" were lyi i..... itunki
and Mrs Jack Fuqua over the! Tony t lleil pul f<.i .1 s todarshl
w«f*kend The children remainc.l, *'t basketball at Cisco Jumin i oi
for a ktnger visit,. .. <• , U*^fs.
Bll!y„ Preston of ___________
VUItlng Mr and Mrs Klim Mart
hr and Milton-’ ' *
Mas Williams has
home from SMC for the
Mi and Mro Fred Malmlch and
or AbiTer,,. Visit,si M, uvf
Mrs K\le Giimea .Saturday
Mrs Lynn Flowers of 014
Glory Visited Mr Ir.ul Ml* Jacl-
I hey .hfrtt Taste
K.'Ih'ViIIc Is j - —_“» '
Mr and Mis' j.s* lunler anl
children. Iwsiie and ~t.lrniA. wf
,1 '.vh.ti.-o (I Sts 1 c't O k . id ImsC ’
Vuminor j wtth Mi* I J»nlei \ parents M,
•ltd Mr» Ha 1 Carfd^ Het bi.,r*i .
nr. fail CarltU- ietuirie.1 .ivun •
w ith-them fnr a -few daysv vt.Mt
.Sandra Counts left this week
. .jjs..'.,*:"*’rjrc . * • *; -ah. Tiiwin iinjf
Sunday weie Mr and Mrs C. L.
White of Hamlin. Ikdtbv Faster
ling and Jan* of Stamford. Hutii
- — Before
JNO. D. HARtEY
- BUICK COMPANY
Palls last Week foi tivalmmt
and Will start treatment^ there
driving back and forlh. He is
home with his parents, Mr. and
Ml*. Bunk fiounds.
Mr. ami Mrs Virgil Graham
had as guests In theTFliome. dur
ing the week-end their children,
of iAjeders. dlefPat her home at
Forrest on on Surulav, May Ml.
Mis Hostel lahttscv and Mf-
K E Hughe* and Thetas* wet.
ttf*-AM lene Monday
, Miss Bessie 'Smiths of Sfant
or»l anil Mia^ Cltristene Smith'
Of Aianiogotd., N M visited Mt
amt Mrs Chat lie ('ulwell Wc.i
“Tylty The three
Mr. and Mr*. Horare Graham and
family of Archer City, Mr and
Mrs.""Martin Taylor and fumiiv
the Forreaton cemetery.
Another daughters si* ' grand
children, three great greiHlchil
Bj4y#y ar~LM chiuw, n m.
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MORTON’S Qt. Jar
5 Lb. Bag
CORRECT llAl.ANCE Aticil
SCPPOKT IN OVM SHOEg
Pennev’s correct hulant e
molded to fH the bottom st/es
of Th# arches, and cushion
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been nr* foot, gTv»* Ine pro
tort ion youugdcra Iteeil'
Air ctadml against jolts,
athletes umi chicle u|i|Mtrs.
Jello 3... 21*
OUR VALUE (303 Size)
Tomatoes 2._ 27*
Bananas 2 25‘
MISSION SWEET (303 Size)
ARM OR CHUCK
YOI K UIOK K
SUNSPUN (12-0*. Bottle)
FROZEN PICSWEET (10-Oz.)
NABISCO (1-Lb. Bo*)
Ritz Crackers 33‘ Strawberries... 25‘
"Where. In a aulnmer full of
-nun day* have yj>u v^'-l aucb
a prlco? One dollar buytr-rv*,!.
GANDY'S ICE CREAM
Gandy's Ice Cream Served Free All Day Saturday
,/ . Free Gift# Friday and Saturday for Kiddies
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Craig, Roy M. Stamford American and The Stamford Leader (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1957, newspaper, June 6, 1957; Stamford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth973041/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stamford Carnegie Library.