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   Grapevine Sun, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1961, Grapevine, Texas                                gfftpdrine TO OUR You are Invited to Inspect our mulling that you may know Just what you are getting for your money when you advtrttu in The It will be a pleuort to show Publlihed by 1SB7 IJ5 JULY 1001 NUMBER 3 George Joe Fraser Get Lone Star Degrees Koiii of the Uvapo vhie KKA Chapter atttmloil the Suit a FlA Convention in July according to Duvitl ptosidont of tho The threetiny mooting of rcpre sentntivLi of over 000 chapters from throughout the stale in finite d 11 n a wit riling uf mlvaiuCil d PR scholarships ami awtmls lo on tst muling members of tlie eoigo son of and Hill luul Joe son of mid received their ne Star Farmer JOE EASTMAN Photo by City Photo Service Patricia Daniel and Joe Eastman Marry Misy Patricia Anne Daniel ami Connie Joe En s t m n tt were in n r ried Tuesday at S in the First Baptist Lynn Stcwavt read the doiiblo rirtif Parents of the briile uve and The bride groom the son of and Eastman of The hridcs Anlee ol Fort was nnitron of and Leon Lewis wns hiidcsmali Their of Sainnra rose silk chiffon over taf fela were fashioned with a cap nnd a sheath They wore matching chiffon Best man was Richard Eng and groomsman was Danny Allen of Candles were lighted by Mar shall Daniel of Port Worth and iMiirvin cousins of the Leon Lewis nnd Charles ITulist served as Konny Banter sang 0 Perfect nnd The Wedding He was accompanied by Hal Nelson Methodist Church John Pastor FIRST GUILD MEETS The First Guild met Monday in tlu home of Jeff Minnie Lancaster re ported on the school of missions she attended at Mount The hostess served refresh ments lo CJlcn ges so Jncl Clois John Mcritt and A salad luncheon was planned jfor July at the home of A the UuiflHoi for the following u year hook year wilt lie LINDA SUE DUDLEY BURIED AT ROANOKE I Funeral services were Ouihl at Wednesday in for Lin in Sue Burin was in Medlin Cemetery with Fo u 31 ti e ral Ho tn e m c Ii a rge of who died suddenly Sun day night in a Denton hospital lind lived with her parents ii RoRnoko for the past ten years Survivors include her parents nnd James Dudley a Watson three nnd James all of Koan uke and her The given in ma IT in ye jy her wore a form al ong th gown fiisliioncd of silk ortfritiKn with accents of silk Designed with n fit ed boil the gown ft at tired a scoop neckline edged in ai applique of reembroidered lac lowers and liny shirred The narrow waistline was span ned with a crushed binis cummer tnmd of ending at the een buck with n huge pouf The bonffiuit skirt of silk f lured gracefully from the fitted ending at the hemline in a deep band of silk Sprays of flowers were appliance o thu entire skirt in a scattered Her wedding veil of mrc silk illusion fell in tiers from crushed silk She carried white cymbidi nm orchids and stcphnnolis on n white Hi A reception was given in the Fellowship Hnll of the churcV immediately following the cere In tbe bouse party were Misses Judy Hnlston of Midloth ian anil Marsha Daniel of Dallas and Sbcrman MiHeiukr and Robert Wilson of Denton and Thomas Marks of When the couple left on i U to Hot the bride wore n mocha brown cotton suit with bone and white The bride graduated from flriipevme High School nnd at tended The groom graduated from Midlothian High School nnd will be a fall grad uate at Tbey will piake their home in Memorial Baptist Church n Pastor BROTHERHOOD RALLY TO DE HELD AT CAMP COPASS The nistrkt 12 Hrolltprhuoil Itnlly will be held at Camp Copass on Tuesday The iveiling will begin with it fish The cost of thr meal will he per plate and serving will begin nt and conlinu until nil bave been 1Vnlurod Hptnker for the eve ning will be the newly elected of the Southern Hnp list Cnnvcnt llerschel Men of the church are uiged to make plans lo A reservation mny be so cured by contacting Frank Wilkhis or by cnlling the clutrch Church of Christ COLLEGE STREET The young peoples party itl the Knrl Tomcrlitis Friday eve ning was attended by 25 Among those present were Junio Tomcilin of Ken neth Sue Ter nd Tn and Ann Tnmcr Hilly and Sandra Johnny John Jimmy and Avon Twentyeight adults wore pres ent for the visualized Uiblc class nl S tones Purk on Tuesday evening of lust Other con gregations represented were Dove Col ley v ill and u congregation in These studies will continue for tbe next several and anyone in terested in studying tbe Bible is Notice The Zoning Board will meet nt August 1 1 fife in City Hall for the purpose of re zoning Lots College Ft eights front Xotm to Zones C nnd also o Viler rc side yard JOHN Chairman FAMILY PICNIC SUPPER On Wednesday evening of hist week the country home of nnd Ernian John Harllcy of New iuul John Withers of Annan and their children were honored with a family picnic Others unending were um Bill Pirkle and sou and Mr nnd Jimmy Pirkle ami sor of Fort Worth nnd Mrs Hart and Tommj KitLson nnd nnd Mrs Ezell and nnr Jim Hancock and children Scotty Benedict nm and Join nnd Rlnrr and Carl Mr and Weldon am Khleber nut Richnrd Harvey and sons Tommy Frank and Mrs Stair Unrlley Lela Bill nil Bert Starr nnd Cnrolyi Uncle Dan from Lonesome Dove says BIRTHDAY DINNER ami Ben West en tertained with a dinner honoring bis Grace on her birthday Other guests wore and West nnd and Elil Adams and children of Fort Worth arid Seimon and James of returned home Tuesday ofter spending n week with her Wat nnd Joyce antl Grapevines 1961 Traffic Calendar 34 Accidenti 7 Injured Property DEAR MISTER EDITOR I see by tho papers where the1 new Postmaster General says tbe finances in his department is nil out of He is advis ing that we got to hike tiie rules another notch or may he We been gitting thnt song from ever Postmaster Democrat nnd fer 40 year and the finances git wore nnd WOITO and the git higher nnd About t wo nt o re Po st m ns te r C e n c ml 3 nnd itll be cheaper to go seir a feller than write him a I dont think finances is the only thing out of whack in this Fer out here on the rural route I can mail n parcel post package weighing 70 making the mail man haul it into town and git it off fer But if I haul it into own myself and mail it at the window tbey wont tike but 40 pound of parcel Dont nsk me Its the post office Department thats not I aint saying tbey aint some excuse fer Sometimes they technical reasons fer that dont meet the A feller has lo figger all the afore he can pass sound judgement on I recollect onct when a traveling salesman stopped at ole Pa Sodgefields house and ask him how fur it was to Pa allowed oa how it was 4 mile there and 6 mile When the salesman oak him how come It was more one way than the tbo highest FFA nwatd member mny rocoive on I lie tftle George servod as dokv of tin inipfviiu1 Clmptor nd Joo was aUernato SoviTiil business natters won1 nt the a it More tluin 700 mombors from be mimborship nf tbo ugaiiizntion roccived ilu I Jtnv luuimi Honorary ncmhershiris confirred on evjial Tho Knymondville TA Chap tor presciitci a puge int nnil nuvny important were heaiii by tho mom Ionvontd tbe SlitOer lilton llotol in lion Whitt ind Jam PS VA Lcompiittiod the WA mombors t Attention ootball Boys Conih It i chard Hnrvoy umnoos that football let1 August Bo ready In Tlu1 ro will bo n mooting of ill hoys coming out for Mns at the fiold BRENT GERMANY TO PKAY N DALLAS CONCERT HAND Uront i srnmr s lu lo nt til irapt1 vino High School Hid mom bo iof tbo will piny bo for tlio third program season whon Ihe incer 11 and its annual Latin American program ac S 1f at Fair This concert will bring tlio seu on to a ilo so ami i I urge uudi uco is It is H n formal conious yon nro pro oveiynno is invited to Donna Wynn Weds Ronnie English Miss Doinin Wynn and Uottnio Leo KittflEsh vows Thursday evening in the homo of hor and Sprim11 of The liride is Hie of and DmueNou and the bridegroom is Ihe son ol and Minister Koimld llenson per fornteil lite ceremony and be brides Tallin1 ifiive her In The candlelight ceivmony rmed before tin areh of tfladiola and Two turtfe white on each siili1 of the allar were flunked by caiulehilna IompUte Ihe scl A i otordiiitf of wedding iiulndiniT The Wedding and I Love Yon was Tlio briIe wore a ctiveilenntlt tiroes of while chiffon wiib n rnntebiiiK lace Her short veil of illusion fell from u ticri u nnd she cairicd a of while orcbids nnd stcphanolis on u wliitt Soi inill wns matron of bonor ami InU snvnl us Kefresliiuenls of wcildiiiic cola and ninli i MI neb vvirc fioiu n covered with over la Ul witb wbitc An an nicat uf Hnl and ni lions renleretl the Miss Sue Carl Kenmih and Willimn Shafcr wore nunibers of I hi a trip to iKiis tlie couple will IIOIIHin Pn told him be walked nigbter going than hedid coming The Congress has been work ing on this problem of post of fice finances long nnd gitting 10 plnce thnt I figgered I better bring it up at the country store Saturday The thing hadnt been in committee moren 10 minutes till the fellers had it Ed Doolittlc said he was rcad ng last week where our Cuvcrn ment haft spent billion on foreign aiii in the Inst 15 averaging around billion a The post office is coming up about twothirds of one billion ever so Ed allowed as how we could pinch a little piece of thnt foreign aid off ever year cind pay up the postal Xcke Grubb claimed that countrics like the Congo and Vietnam would never miss especial since the grafters git about hnlf of it Hug Hookum went so fur as to favor pinching off n little extru antl making all postal services He said this would tbe constituents and make it nice fer them Congressmen at elec tion If you folks in town has any Mister mail em to me parcel post and Ill have the fellers put cm on the agenda fer the next Rut be shore they dont weigh moren 40 Yours Uncle Dan irst Baptist Church Lynn Pnittn The most Kticcvssful Youth Led iicvivnl ever hold in this church loswl Sunday Good crowds lit ended csptcinlly Hit1 you Tbe choir was almost filled isneli light with young Youth direction lo the entire re Some 50 youth met for if ler service fellowship each Many plans arc being made o project the youth progiiun in lie church in the DEACONS TO MEET The regular meeting of deacons II be held at is important that every deacon RUTH BIBLE CLASS SERVES LUNCH The members of the Ruth Bible Class served lunch lasl Thursday to the evangelistic party in 11 Fellows Hall of Ihe After lunch West conducted n business Those for the luncheon were Rodney Robert Rontiy Ilnrn Eddie Davis Elmer Irene Clyde Lillian Jess Davis Joe Jessie Lou Nelson Sluirpless and Miss Ka 4 MEETS The executive committee ol met Tuesday morning the Ruth Bible Class At tbe met Fellowship Hall for the monthly business Lynn Sic wart presided Ncff nnd Virgi Kansdell directed the music nn Harris led the Reports were given b the officers and committee elected for next ycai are Lynn Wnde vice ti com mil to chairmen arc Khleber Lipn program Eaton mission study Carl Henry prayer com iiuinity missions Pat social Cliffon publicity W publications W stewardship W Harris Richard circle chair Young leaders arc Doil Dallon nnd T Sunbeams F La wry and M Wayne Logo Primary Willis Pirklc an Weldon Earl Vales Intermedia After the business was com pictcd Stewart introduce her Johnston o who gave a very in t eras ting and informative Eighteen ladies were prose n for the Carroll Road iaptist Church Ray Dalton was taken to CJle View Kichland Hill Monday of last week for trea ment and SQUIB11S CKLKIIUATK VEIXllNCi nnd of in wcu honouit mi Ihcir iduv veiling a dinner ai tlie imuof and Stir nt Jnipeviiie Tliosiul ton ding wciv nd Uobiit Etiilliy and sen nd and f Dallas Mayor tuul Tom ly Vandcigiiff of Arlington nd and Kmcry Mnry and Groigo ckson and nnd MJU ii Good of held cning A community social wns I the rhiirch t1 v large crowd imjoyod visit laying and Iatini1 ici1 ream nnd CJood is n UK constructitm of the hurch ATIO SUPPER A patio supper nt the home of Curl Miller honored ohn Withers of Tuesday 0liter guests were Slu Miss Carolyn Mi imd School Board Considers Central Cafeteria Approves Pay Increase Tho lirapivhu School Hoard lm all olnssrooni in Ilio liiiinovino Schools will Lu in uso when opoiis in Sip and I bat plans miiM lu niudo to add moro At 111 regular mooting on Jufj Iho hoard appointod a com building n onitiiil riifcUriiL lo in on modulo high junior nnd olonuntiuy oonvoiLintf 11 if oliinontary fafo I iriii classrooms mid relo niosont bus shod and ha ml A hum I room wmild bo iiHludod Lu tm contra oiilc loriu An incrojiso of a yoai m nil wits vino Sohnot sahnits in lintwilh tlmso paid in soliook in tho sur rounding Tin oo niW wou tlool Mis Barbara M girl ADA til rOVJST WMKN SIUUCK HY CAK Adiiir fite your old dim of ami Koust wns struck by n far us site Mniu in front of hor honu1 Snliirdny n ft or Sho roooivid severe ti too in on is ill it I hi ui Km Llur tests uml Xrays will In1 nnulius noon us skii is n til o nYU1 mum1 id hor possililo Cemetery Fund Donations Conti ihutions tn tlio ia CiMiiolcry Assoriittion intlr Stindois IVnnod MUSH linnil Walter Hclir Intorosi on Uomls Intcrosl nu Kate TurmiKo Tfic Curtis Ktiinily Tbiiu1 Koy llndgOK Itnd IVniO IX OH KIKT1IDAY SUIlEU mill llnrivill 1iiUi lluir ihjlilnii null i niulrliililnii svitli ii at 1luir linntc Sunday Ilu1 AtliiniliiiK WHIT ntul Holi uni uml Williiirn iusliill iinil tlniiKli and Abu mill ami nnd aiiO HmwLll tuul Clyi uml aail Tommy Tlnmm anil mid Mnry McDonald mid clilldren mid Dortitliy John Hiss Ledbetter Weds L JAMfiS McCOIlU HUIIIED AT W1LMEU Iuiierat Horviccs were held i WilnunFrittnv for Mr Among tho survivors artn John nnd a His both of BUSINESS By WILSON HARDER Inxpnyintf business enterprises to compete paying operations Is becoming more and more apparent to the people of the t before tbe House IVnjs am iMcans in delibera tions mi lux r c f n r in f c n r p c vice prcihTrnl In charge of the Washington office of he NallDnnl Fed eration or In dependent Murder sen ted the constantly rMng tide of feeling on pcrmllllnj cooperatives to escape pny mnnt of Income taxes rctjcilrcd from Indcprntlcnt rn ler prises with which they He pointed out that in Sep tember of 10GO in o nationwide poll of independent business 70 requested that this favoritism he In n poll on the snme question taken In March of this the vole for this relief hart urown lo IlurKCr then further testi fied as an adjunct In the wide spread nationwide the Held staffs lids year also made spot check polls throughout the country on which problems of small busi ness loomed Next to Ihe need for an over haul of lax the problem of unfair competition from co operatives ranked as the ma jor even outranking unfair labor And ivhITc ruinous price com petition from Imports ranked high as a major unly In North anil South and out of all Ihe CO stales and the District nf welsh In cravlty Ilic prnlilcm nf independent business pay In p taxes nnd BcekliiK tn compete vvJlli enjoying a most favoraljle lax Spontaneous comments vol unteered by hu si ness men were most Into In Knnsaa it wns snid Put the coops on an ciual tax Ijnsis wllh private Tho tnxes thnt they odjic is bccomfnK an almost unhenrnkile burden nn our pri vate enterprise A businessman In the stale of Washington said Unfair competition liy enops Is our big We liavn of them In our 11 will be a bright ilay for Independent stores when Congress Ims Ilic con ratsc to change tfiis Wisconsin ff coopi tverc axcrl like any oilier pri vate business I hey uonM not be able lo From West Virginia tel the axed as everyone die is They deserve no more than T Thouaandi nl small businesses are going to be forced out unless we lax everyone the And as Burger pointed it is not only Independent businessmen who nrt protcpl Enf this Last Ihu National FArnt ers Union testified press thai cooperatives bear Ihcir fair sham of In come lax There fi j attack on as liul he overtvhclniEng vrntl menls seems to be thert Ii nn more reason for business from merely brranse hey OjicrAlo iniilor Ih form of coops ban litre is lo exempt from per sonal taetnft fnxcs all ey1 ThLi ft rlo 1 r Ilic ij o tKe C 11 rom A lmUAsion of the instruction nil Kdmt oUnuii in light of tho needs or he 1util pointed out two major of tbo Clayton nd Hceausiof iiu roused I Ihiintliv HK 11 drivers I ion will not ln ti uriiiK Ihe full htil in lei school to provulo prepnrtition for hose students enter col nnd n program thiU poruiit Iliosc not entev hijf iolloK1 to be ndoquntcly prp piuytl Co outer or honuMinikinj ns u lifes Miss Mnry bo unu tin hrido of Juhn Ilmnms liiirmond son of nnd ThiiiniDiiil of in n lawn terimiony In thn itrtlen nf tht brides ntid L CopjUll July nt liO MinULcr Witlnrd Morrow roail pio Usbern winu Mau iee HodKOs of Worlh and ckio McCiillum of llodgLs of Tort Vorlh was bout loi her wodding the bi5do OHC a gown of wbitts silk mailo princess with lniRtle buck will Inco trim nnd lenittki Sbo o nit mitts nnd cjirricM a tlddiu WIIH brought omt Iltcudiiy from Hcot isk Kile MoHpital in nnd Kcenet niionncc the nrijvnl of n ieiiic 1 nt Lllisonit I rn nil pare nln ire and Knunelt nrul AI 11 unveil nnil a fii ponding a two eekH vacation louring the west ern Californiu inn tlio vest and anil relurncd borne Sal jrday from a weeks Ihcy visitiMt her tn nnd also Irovc through Kentucky ami and Tanner ml daughters Tctrry and Joanne if returned home after u three weeks herewith his mot lie L anil runner and family and otbcr relatives and Joanne ind an emergency appendectomy it Grapevine Clinic rn Monday f Inst HUH I nf wliihf orchlds and Tin Hiring of onltur l pearls shin woru wns n gift of hi Iioe Lnltothe of ttrand Pratrie tirul John Louis Tlusy were accompanied by Uoobi on thu Doilg his llodges nf Worth furnisb cnl jtintio A gnrdiMi rncciption followeil tbe lllly f tlii vallity nnd Torn were natsiT in A wcilding lopped a inlnicituri and groom and nnd punch were of Ihu lunise party In cluded Curler and Misw IJndn Vunljchhor of Will Andre nnd Ann uUc Cunter of Orvillc Twitty of Guno Hurt of Dallas and Misso Hilt and Judy Elnrron of For a wedding trip to Colo rado and Yellow stone Park the bride wore a crhnroon liiun suit witb while accessories and LI while Tbey will live in ntlfl Marion Tnylor jind Torn loft Friday for to his nnd Harry Miiswey wns brought home from Harris Kiie fd re ported to be slowly M nnd Jim nnd son of were dirtnei of nnd Stacy on Tuesday of hist Delbcrl Lnwry nnti Ilonnie and the past week in due to the death of her Fern who died unexpected ly July Funeral services wore held Wednesday of last By Joe Pox mny oe cool in bin hanking crew sure hoi In The nir condition in B system is all fouled up at First National Hunk and were getting accustomed to seeing the doors and windowsopen Marshall here for Pad dy Daniels wedding Tuesday wns being kidded about MR long trip Tic boarded a plane in Tulsn for discovered he wns on the wrong plane when over nnd landed in lie works for American NOTES OF THE WEEK Hnrgls plenty Irked at I f o r m o wi n c d o wji her Roy Ed trying to re cover a piece of cotton from Wld Stewarts Sictnoneit having her 3dip ioe cream snack to try and GAIN the fire department and rescue squad making a fast call to help two gills whose boat lost its Yancey reading a 1904 Grapevine Run given him by Louise Wiggins we noticed the subscription rate wai published by our grand of If thnt we have no we ami the truth is not in us I John   

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