Cooper Review (Cooper, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 5, 1960 Page: 4 of 10
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Otis B. Lyon Is
Now At Ft. Hood
Otis B. Lyon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Willard B. Lyon, Route 1,
NEWS FROM LAKE CREEK
MRS. J. P. MAYES
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jeter vis-
Mrs. winarn n. ayun, *• — elinrinv
Ladonia, recently was promoted I ited1 in ,uul ®l V'Moseley
*> '«■' - Fori H0«l.lw.«.Mr
Tex., where he is a member of
the 142d Signal Battalion.
Lyon, 24, a clerk in the battal-
ion’s Headquarters Company, en-
tered the Army in July 1958 and
Jr. and son, Mike, and in Dal-
las with Mrs. Jeter’s sister, Mrs.
Dorothy Hall, and daughter,
Duane, returning home on Wed-
completed basic training at Ft.
He is a 1954 graduate of Pecan
Gap High School.
If You Know News, Call 80
lo work at I
ine cooper ivcvicw
Mr and Mrs. J. P. Jared and
son, Bubba, of Rusk visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bir-
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wade
and sen, Mark, of Mesquite vis-
ited over the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hobert
Wendell Jeter, Cooper, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jeter, spent
part of last week in Starkville,
, Mississippi, attending a planting
j seed convention.
Mrs. W. B. Burns, who was a
I patient at St. Joseph Hospital
part of last week, has been dis-
Mrs. Alta Regan and grand-
daughter, Delores Sue, Mrs. J.
|P. Mayes and son, Johnny Dow,
I visited Tuesday of last week with
j their sister, Mrs. Hugh Smith,
land Mr. Smith in Winnsboro.
Mrs. Salty Jeter and daughter,
Sonya Jean, spent last week in
Honey Grove with Mr. and Mrs.
| Mr and Mrs. Otis Harris vis-
ited Sunday afternoon with their
daughter, Mrs. Bobby Woodson,
and family. They have recently
moed to 1000 West Dallas Ave. j
Shirley Preston, Broadway,
and Oscar Worden, Arizona vis,-1
ited Sunday afternoon with Avon l
Don Wcolsey, son of Mrs. H. B
Woolsey, is reported improving
of burns received last Sunday
when gasoline exploded severly
burning his left hand. He is a
senior at Pecan Gap High School.
Cecil Avon Basham spent Sun-
day ngiht with Shirley Preston
Mrs. Jerry Wayne Smiddy,
Dallas, visited Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Jack-
son. and other relatives.
Jerry Cauthen, Grand Prairie,
visited Saturday afternoon with
his aunt and family, Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Mayes and Johnny
Mrs. Dee Jackson, Mrs. Jerry
Wayne Smiddy visited L. D. Rob-
bins in Cooper Sunday afternoon.
Those attending the Banquet
at the Country Chib last Friday
night observing the 60th anni-
versary of the Delta National
Bank were Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Walter De-
Vaney, George Anderson, Mr.
For Bill Allcom
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A daughter was bom to Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Warren at Sumter,
S. C. on April 23, weighing 6
pounds and 2 ounces, and has
been named Kimberly Kay. Vis-
iting the Warrens recently were
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dawson,
grandparents of the infant, and
also Mrs. Ethel McFadden, great-
Plattsburg AFB, New r
turned home Monday after vis-
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lyndon B. Johnson
(Pol. Adv.) c-18
* furniture II p ho Wei
201 S. E. 3rd St
,- \KlS. TEXAS
MA Y IS
our better way to give!
Whatever the occasion . . . birthday . ..
anniversary . . . special days . .. holidays .. . an
electrical gift is always appreciated.
Electrical gifts express your sentiments day after day,
year after year. So, on your next gift shopping
spree, choose an electrical gift . . . the gift that gives
enjoyment throughout the year.
and Mrs. A. L. Anderson and
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Birming-
ham and Mrs. James David Bir-
mingham, all of Dallas, visited
over the weekend with his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Birming-
Mr .ard Mrs. T. A. Moseley Jr.
and son. Mike, of Grand Prairie
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Flovd Jeter, and his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. A. Moseley Sr., of
M s. Andrew Little, Mrs. Anna
Barnett visited in Cooper Thurs-
day afternoon with Mrs. Paul
Mrs. H. B. Woolsey and son,
Don. visited Judy Willson, who
is a patient at Reed Memorial
Hospital, Sunday afternoon. She
is reported improving at this
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Basham of
Rt. 1, Cooper, have been visit-
ing their children, Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Basham and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Basham and son,
Billy Richard, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Basham and children, for
the past week. Mrs. C. M. Bas-
ham has recently been a patient
in Reed Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Mattie Coston, Charles-
ton. spent last week visiting Mrs.
H. B- Woolsey and son, Don.
On Monday night May 2, the
Delta County Methodist Men
met at the Lake Creek Church.
The guest speaker was Rev. How-
ard Adams, pastor of the Pecan
Gap Methodist Church.
On May 4th at 9:3 a.m. the
Sub-district meeting of the Wo-
man’s Society of Christian Ser-
vice was held at Lake Creek.
Buck Eppers, Delmar Commun-
ity, was admitted to the Veter-
ans Hospital on Friday of last
week. He formerly lived at Lake
To My Friends of Delta County:
I solicit your vote and influ-
ence in behalf of my good friend,
Bill Allcom who is a candidate
for re-election, second term for
Commissioner of the General
Bill Allcorn is thirty-six years
of age, a native of Brownwcod,
a graduate of Baylor University
School of Law, a member of the
Baptist Church, Mason and Vet-
eran of World War II. He was
named an Outstanding Prosecut-
ing Attorney by Texas Law En-
forcement Foundation in 1957. He
has been Land Commissioner for
two years. His administration of
the Land Office has brought
public commendation from many
Thanking you to vote for my
friend, I am
(Paid Pol. Adv.)
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The WSCS of the Ben Frank- |
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Mrs. D. C. Moore Jr. on Monday
afternoon, April 25.
Mrs. G. N. Lay, president, cal-
led the meeting to order. The
opening hymn “I Love Thy King-
dom Lord” was .sung by the
group followed with prayer by
Mrs. Lay. After a short business
session, Mrs. B. K. Foster, pro-
gram leader, directed the lesson
‘New Light For Town and
Carload Just Arrived
VISIT AUTOMATIC GAS
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LESS THAN THE
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Country”. The call to worship
the scripture readings from twen-
ty-fourth chapter of Psalms and
meditations was given by Mrs.
Foster. Others taking part on
the program in the form of a pan*
el discussion were Mrs. M. C.
Hays, Mrs. Lay, Mrs. W. M. Bur-
row and Mrs. Moore. The pro-
gram was closed with the bene-
The hostess served refresh-
ments to eight members.
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Attend church Sunday
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mehod of de-lumping by brush-
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Stringfellow, Richard. Cooper Review (Cooper, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 5, 1960, newspaper, May 5, 1960; Cooper, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth983343/m1/4/: accessed June 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Delta County Public Library.