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Bonham Daily Favorite (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Bonham, TexasThe ton Ham daily favorite octet my. We. G. Forty a flown 71 or 972 Lon Ham taxi Wadna iday aug. 10, 1955 Surprise party honors or. Morgan Honey Grove aug. 10 it spa friends of mrs. J. W. Morgan honoured her with a Surprise picnic party monday at Crockett Park. Tire occasion was her birthday anniversary and she received Many useful gifts mrs. Morgan fell and broke her leg about two months a go and this was a pleasant Surprise for her those attending the picnic included mrs. Benson Howell and children or. And mrs. Alvin Fuller and daughters Edna Earle and Sissy or. And mrs. Bryan Pierce. Or. And mrs. Theo Avery and Clifton and or. And mrs. Johnnie White and children. Two Are hostesses for Layette Shower mrs. W. T. May was honoree for a Layette Shower tuesday night in the Home of mrs. Clyde Crittenden North Center Street. Mrs. Jesse Bono assisted in hostess duties. The colors Green and yellow were effectively used in the gift packages and appointments. Mrs. Bono presented the gifts to the honoree in a beautifully decorated baby Carriage. Following a series of games refreshments of punch and cookies were served. Approximately 45 guests were invited. Royal service program presented is seven years old Andy son of or. And mrs. Kenneth Keeton 601 Thomas strode was honoured on the anniversary of his seventh birthday tuesday. Aug. 9, with a party Given by his Mother. The guests were invited to the Home for birthday cake and lemonade. Andy opened his gifts and thanked his friends. The boys were taken to see a movie at the american theatre and Given Candy and Bubble gum for favors. Steve and Bruce Southerland or. And mrs. Russell Gibbs and mrs. Did Leonard aug. 10 the Rex. Ray Circle of the first Baptist Church met monday at the Church for a Royal service pro its. O. F. Kent led the program. I calve of a ton sont if tsp but the topic for discussion was quot a not attend. Sure Way to National the guests wore Claude leather she was assisted by several Mem void. Sitzler Mike Adams Bill Bers for the session. Miller Ronnie Atkins Jimmy and the scriptures were read by mrs. Runny Crittenden. Rusty Mickis Bob Norris. Prayers were offered sack. Durwood Keeton Rickey by mrs. Kent and mrs. F. G. Smith. Grisham and Mike Morrow of during the business mooting. Wolfe City mrs. J. C. Ross presided and appointed a nominating committee to select a slate of officers. Mrs. C. M. Jackson will serve As chairman. Others on the committee include mrs. E. T. Fowler of the Cleo Morrison Circle and mrs. C. C. Partain and mrs e. M. Robinson from the Rex Ray Circle. Members remembered mrs. L. S. Goode a member who is a patient in a Mekinney Hospital with a potted Plant. Sit Leits Flowers i wet savant st. Workshop in first Aid nursing set at it st aug. 15 Chain link fences Good As the Best a bettor than the rest fret estimate a no Down payment 36 months to pay Many designs Dewey Elliott Saliunas phone 40 a Windom Texas Wingate Fence co. Home owned Home operated 616 West fifth phone 228 to Naae boys return from Lake Lavon Camp members of the Royal ambassadors of the seventh and main Baptist Church have returned from the Baptist Encampment at Lake Lavon. During the Encampment the past week members of the Royal ambassadors from the District enjoyed the classes crafts and Bible study. Good campers awards and special recognition were Given to Park or Wolford Jerry Newton Barry Gay and Roger Spiller. The other three boys who attended were Joe Clark Ray Morrison and Robert Commerce aug. 10 a work i Boshop in first Aid and hom0 nursing to he Rev b. D. Vanderslice a will be offered at East Texas state companies the boys Home a ollege by the Home economics de big Smith honors employees guests approximately 150 people attended the Barbecue picnic held at Bonham state Park recently when the employees of big Smith manufacturing were hosts for the supper. Guests included the members of the employees families. Special guests for the occasion were miss Catherine Harris Union representative of Joplin mo., and non Union company personnel. Planning and serving the dinner were mrs. Hazel Amlin Virginia Connelly Lura Medlin Lavada Fowler Cleo Hasting and the Union chairman mrs. Cordelia Griffin. Apartment and the american red Cross. The course which will be taught in the science building will begin aug. 15 and will continue through aug. 19. Open to people desiring one hour undergraduate credit and to those who want to study Home nursing and first Aid the course will be held 8 . Daily. A Rod Cross instructors certificate will be awarded students who finish the study. Instructor will be miss Beulah Miles registered nurse with the red Cross. Visited sister in Dallas mrs. Ray Herriage and her brother Kenneth Ron fro and mrs. Renfro have returned from Dallas where they visited their sister. Mrs. Carthal Campbell of grand Prairie. Mrs. Campbell is a patient in room 401, methodist Hospital in Dallas. She is recuperating from surgery that she underwent this week. Miss Meda clutter has returned from Clarksville where she visited or. And mrs. Joe Paul clutter and sons. They accompanied her Here for a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. J. R. Bevans writes the favorite to Send her paper to Andrews where she is spending a vacation she a visiting in the Home of Hor daughter mrs. J. Lee Smith or Smith and their daughters Suzanne and Deborah. Mrs. Harris Ranson and mrs James w. Robinson aunt and Mother of mrs. E. C. Morrison were accompanied to their Homo in Corsicana today by Ann and Ray Morrison who will visit there for two weeks. Major and mrs. J. Wright run sell and two children Are visiting in Houston with relatives and friends. They will return Here this weekend for a visit with mrs. J Wright Russellsr. Miss Carol Herriage has returned to her Home in Lubbock after a visit with her grandmother mrs j. W. Herriage. And her aunt. Miss Vergie Mcnabb and other relatives. Or. And mrs George Biggerstaff and or. And mrs. J. T. Carter Leit this Moring for Abilene. They will attend the annual reunion of mrs Carter s family. Mrs. R. R. Nicholas of fort Worth is visiting in the Home of her sister mrs. Will nov ill and or. Nevill. Young misses Lynn and Nell Stokes of Garland Are spending the weekend visiting their grandparents or and mrs will Sasser. Mrs. Bertha Eagleton mrs Opal Martin and mrs. Mario Mankin were in Denison tuesday night to attend a meeting of the accredited Beauty cult lists. Or. And mrs. Herbert l. Wastier have returned from a trip to the ozarks. Mrs. Wastier was the former mrs. Gladys v. May. Or. And mrs. W. T. Buds Moody Are vacationing in Panama City Fla. Or. And mrs. John Maness attended the Homecoming at the White Rock methodist Church near Petty last sunday. Mamie not Iii but just resting Ike tells his neighbors How automatic can Home heating be ? just dial for Comfort marry far it tall Hia Tino pot ii better heating a a better living can be Yourt now. Here a the new get in automatic Central Gat heat ing for 2 and 3 bedroom Homes. One Furnace heat All rooms automatically at lower Cost. Under floor duct warm the floors carry the heat to perimeter outer Walla and windows eliminating cold spots. When Winter comes set the dial once and your perimeter system operates itself from there on. Be one of Lone Star land s Carefree moderns this Winter. In stall perimeter inexpensively now. Before Winter comes Ottys Iuliu. Pa., air. 10 a lip it mrs Mamie Eisenhower has been resting in bed at the Eisenhower farm since the weekend quot not ill merely president Al Schower disclosed tuesday that mrs Eisenhower s doctor sont her to Bod to rest for three Days after an Active weekend but the president added that quot she is All right quot the president made the remark to a group of Maryland cattle breeders apparently to explain Why mrs. Eisenhower was not on hand with them to Greet them. The group gave the Eisenhower a registered Holstein Heifer later an aide said flatly quot mrs. Eisenhower is not ill. She is merely tired from a very Active weekend. She had some guests. The doctor told her to get a Little rest. You know it has been very hot up mrs Eisenhower a a health became the subject of political controversy last Spring when democrats questioned whether her physical condition would keep the president from running for re election. Republicans struck Back angrily at the democrats for bringing up the subject. Later or. Eisenhower told a news conference his wife is basically in Good health. Or Eisenhower plans to Fly Back to Washington thursday morning but mrs. Eisenhower will stay at the farm after fridays Cabinet meeting tire president will return to the farm for a Day or two before leaving for an extended work and play vacation in Denver probably on sunday. It is expected mrs. Eisenhower will wait to go to Denver until after Hor husband has returned East to address the american bar association in Philadelphia on aug 24 talking with the breeders about the a Gettysburg area the president said quot the Only thing i have against it this summer is the As for mrs Eisenhower he said quot she Hes it Here she does no to want to go to milk production per cow to toe United states set a new record a 1954. Adenauer to visit Moscow sept. 5-11 Milf re sex. Switzerland aug. 10 a up aides of West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer said wednesday that he will offer to Fly to Moscow to Confer with soviet leaders Between sept. 5 and 11� they said to will at the same time ask the russians to enlarge their three Point draft Agenda ror the Moscow talks to include the issues of German reunification and repatriation of thousands of German War prisoners and civilians still in soviet slave labor Camps. Small business administration officially alive Washington aug. 10 up president Eisenhower officially revived the Small business administration tuesday. He signed into 1 daily Law a two your extend on of its a year. Thorley to ska Loans to Small Busty Nesses and otherwise assist them. Technically the Agency had been out of business since Midnight july 31, when a temporary Extension passed by Congress a month before it ran out. Only on the last Day of the session aug. 2, did a Bill finally pass to keep the Agency alive. Nearly 500 Forest Al ref occurred in the United states last 1 a word about our new che6k-r-Nix service Durant professor studies libraries on Chicago visit Durant aug. 10 it top it although he is edging in visits to the theater and other recreation. Raymond Pillers vacation in hic agn is something of a quot postman a Holiday quot the new acting head librarian at Southeastern state College is exploring College libraries of the Chicago area expecting to find ideas he can Pute to work on the Campas next fall. In recently announcing Pillers promotion. President a. E. Shearer noted that the librarians two year term As assistant coincided with the period of the Library s greatest growth and expansion of service. The now acting head of the Library came to Durant from the graduate school of Library science at the University of Texas. He did his undergraduate work at Texas tech in Lubbock majoring in journalism. He has also is tidied at Northwestern University. 111. And at Texas Christian University and has served As Junior reference librarian at Oklahoma a amp a College. Tar child its upset stomach Oft mild Good tatting Relief with Percy my dicing our new Check a mix service department owners you non than just grinding and mixing it use your Grain As a Bate for a scientifically balanced ration one thac will do the Job right for you. This is possible because we use Micro fixed Purina concentrates to balance your Grain on for Lilas supplied us bar Purina research. These Purina concentrates Are Che key that can unlock the Many extra values of Home Grain. You can be sure the contain the right growth boosters for ther Are Buile and backed by Purina a Leader in the feed Industry for More than 60 years so bring in a Load of your Grain. Let us show Yon How this new Check a mix service works. It s our Way of helping Cut a get the to top by Toon. Jou Gat tha most out of Jour Grain. Gross Foffi store Cor. Main amp 1st phone 58 Brown s department store final potatoes still remain the chief crop of Maine a Aroostook county despite a growing diversity of agricultural products there. Speech clinic set at it st aug. 16 Commerce. Aug. 10 a speech clinic will be held on the Campus of East Texas state teachers College aug. 16. Speaker will be ted Mathews a staff member of the Texas society for crippled children. Mathews who has just received his masters degree from North Texas state will talk on personality and intelligence evaluation. The meetings will be informal and anyone interested in attending is invited states Paul h. Roosevelt director of the speech correction clinic Here. New Fulp mrs. Jim Ramey it i mrs Jim t Andrews were recent visitors in Sherman. Or. And mrs. Lloyd Burnett Wen shopping in Bonham saturday night. The Ector revival that closed sunday night was attended by a number from lie re. Floyd Taylor who lives on to in Paul Fleming Arm three Miles North of Ector got a Bale of Cotton out this week. Me anally machine shop a drilling a ski oink a farm repair electrical contracting and appliance repairs e. 4th st phone 444 a gtd attic pm a i drastic Price cuts to close out summer goods 3 Days a thursday Friday amp saturday Only a Stop at Browns a shop at Browns a save at Browns final clearance ladies summer it i it group i m m r \ for your Protection insure with us insurance on ail kin0s of property both City an0 farm. A Altom Mug a Croc in Franck a Hon in a uabu4ty inh. A i talk Over your Nyu a via Watn Bbrown 2.00 actual values Ranae to $5.95. Cottons Rayons Novelty fabrics. All sizes in the lot. No exchanges a no refunds group ii $3.00 final clearance summer Cottons group i 254 actual values Range to 49c. Batiste Chamb Ravs Linen weaves hundreds of Yards to choose from. Be Here Early or this Good buy group ii 354v voiles Batiste Lawn Gingham All Fine Cotton that sold up to 69c Yard. A a % so a s i actual values to $8.95. Fine Cottons Rayons Novelty fabrics. Choice of our entire Stock of sum Mer dresses. . No Exchange no refund ladies shorts and pedal Cosimi �?�1.18 Good Quality Wall Mada. Ragular Prica up to $1.981 no exchanges a no i funds a peas ail owns if n. Side ton Ham Browne a department store i v a Ltd

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