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Clarksville Times (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Clarksville, Texas
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Smith accepted with Brief re Marks of thanks certificates Arete also presented to Tho a in attendance in a number of categories including re Union favorite Lula Faye Moten Wilson most child in Eddie a or Ley with eight most grandchildren tie Between Bettye j. Coleman and Ernest James Young with two each and most distance travelled for reunion Lola Maud Jenkins Stuckey 2, mile round trip from Pennsylvania. Those who had not returned horn1 attended the Burch of their Choice on sunday. The committee for the reunion included Lula Faye Moten Wilson Lamia Conley Duckett and or. And mrs e w Smith among those attending the reunion were Mae Nell Timmons Powell Dorothy Jackson Bouge Lula f Motel Wilson Bernice Timmons Robinson. Betty Coleman. Leola Conley Duckett. Gladys Johnson Garrett James Oliver Mary Timmons tweaks Lula Mabell Armstrong. Sally Nelson Coleman Iselin Ruth Prim news from Arlington. Detroit mrs. I. H. I tunics Gibson reunion held sunday the annual family reunion of the late a f. Gibson was held sunday in Paris at the Rodeo Arena. Here to attend and visit the e. I. Faucets were or. And mrs. Eldon Harmis of Freemont California or. And mrs. Doyle Solomon and Kevin Dallas or. And mrs. Travis Solomon do port the Boyce faucets. Houston the Leroy Fau cents Tulsa Oklahoma the Douglas faucets. Garland or. And or. Tony Sloan. Talco Kyle faucets Gar land Robert Faucett. Ama Rill and Carla Faucett weekend. Doyle Miller of Arling ton. And or and mrs. B. J. Miller of Hawkins were weekend guests of the h. , and other rela Tives Here. Visiting this weekend with or. And mrs. Willis Morgan were or. And mrs. Ralph Watson of Childress. The Malcolm Shelby were visitors in Orange this chopped sirloin u. S. Choke to la. Box go a watermelons a a too. Torino / pizzas round Ibe Efi Hershey hot Cocoa mix us of. Jell-0 c j boxes 1.00 camphor Chicken and Rice Cream of Chicken thicken and stars soup Bonus Bundu 5 sleek 4 lbs. Soigne 3 lbs. Tanki 4 by. Tost right Job sausage 6 lbs. Chuck Steak 9 lbs.gf0und beef 13 lbs. Of Cyl a 4 lbs. Beef beast 4 lbs. Chuck boasts 5 lbs. To to 51.00158339 Imere Tobim pineapples engagement announced or. And mrs. H c. Penny route 6. Clarksville have announced the engagement of the daughter Theresa Lynn to Stan Garrett son of or. And mrs. Harold Garrett. Route 2. Avery. The formal wedding will be in the Avery United methodist Church with the Rev. Irvin Reed pastor officiating at 4 . On sunday August 28. The Bride elect is a 1975 graduate of Clarksville High school and is presently employed by the Baker and Taylor company. The future bridegroom to a 1975 graduate of Avery High school and is employed at the red River army depot. No invitations will be sent and All friends and relatives Are invited. Mims o Neal Lola Maud Jenkins Stuckey Katherine Coleman Bell Harry Bell Robert rouges Jimmie Williams Charles coat Robert Skinny Wilson Anita Oliver Birned Hilly Moten Gertrude Baker Willard Sanders Edward Dickson Dorothy Dickson John Booker Shebert san Der Edward Dickson Dorothy Dickson John Booker Shebert Sanders Wendell Young. Gavin Oliver. Eddie b. Corley Ernest James Young and la Rov Henderson. Country club ladies to meet the ladies association of the Clarksville country club will have the first meeting of the new year at the club House on tuesday july 12, with Bridge beginning at 9 30 a m. And lunch at 12 noon. New officers for the year will be presented mrs. Helen Copeland president mrs. Judy Clouse vice president and mrs. Beverly Freeman Secretary treasurer. Funeral notices Othel Shadix x funeral services were held sunday july 3. For libel Shaddox 73. Formerly of Nashville. Arkansas who died in a Shreveport nursing Home on july i. He was the father of the Rev. Billy Mack Shaddox. Pastor of the Annona United methodist Church. Services were held in Nashville with interment in that. Tabor cemetery near Murfreesboro. Arkansas by the Latimer funeral Home of Nashville. Or. Shaddox a member of the Baptist Church is also survived by another son the Rev. James Shaddox of Stamps Arkansas. One daughter mrs. Dorothy Warren. Dallas. One sister and one granddaughter. We want to rent from you we can offer landlords with occupied or empty units. 2-month Post vacancy rent protected property lease guaranteed rent a \7� we want Homes in Titus Lamar red River i Franklin Cass Hopkins Morris and Delta counties. If you own a rent House or apartment in one of these Northeast Texas counties you land your tenant Mas be eligible tor our rental assistance program. You must currently provide or be willing to upgrade housing to meet minimum spec is for soundness heating and plumbing. For details Contact the Hud designated regional housing office at to Box 53071 Texarkana. To 75501, or Call 501 744-3481. Equal Opportunity housing summer Ball Lillie league results a giant 4. Indians i schedule a Little league awards presentation to be held at h3t . Monday july la at american legion Field. Lull league results thursday. July 7 a new Piston la Clarksville 0 men s softball results Friday july 8 a panthers 4. Roadrunners 0 Rev. Harris preaches service the Rev. Jul. Harris Long time pastor of the Zion traveller Baptist Church of Clarksville and now the pastor emeritus delivered the Sermon message at the Church at 3 . Sunday. July to. In the dedication services for the new pastor elect the Rev the Mikius e. Gantt ii. The Rev. Harris is also my Derator emeritus of the Zion District association several churches from Clarksville. Red River county. Pans and Texar Kana also joined in the dedication and participated in the services. The consecration Are vice was on sunday july 3. And the installation service Witt be sunday july 17. Pony league Pony league results i , july 5 a Dekalb 16, Quot Ville ponies 5 Art s softball schedule monday july la Oan Tlona at Clarksville farm league schedule tuesday july 12. A Avery is Gold a reds is Annona Al a blues is Annona 2 retired Tea hers to have pit Niu the retired teachers of red River county will meet at the Home of or. And mrs. Robert Barton in Avery for a picnic supper on monday. July la. At 7 . All retired teachers of the county Are cordially invited to attend and Are requested to bring a covered dish. By Ben e. Block president the . Dollar is somewhat like the . Commodity Market system. Supply and demand control the Price of both the commodities and the Money Market. The big difference in the two is that the commodity Market just has a certain amount that is produced by the Farmers each year and this is effected by the elements. The Money Market is controlled by the Federal Reserve Bank. We Call it the fed. The fed has a number of ways it can control the Money Supply and what it chosen to do either increase it or shrink it affects every person in the country. Of the Money Supply is allowed to grow too rapidly and interest rates do Down sharply there is the possibility that this so called Quot cheap Quot Money will set off another round of inflation. On the other hand if the fed gets too tight with the Money Supply and the Cost of Money goes up then there is the danger of recession. Because Money becomes too expensive for Industry to borrow for increased products and thereby creating fewer new jobs. We want you to know our business. The red rive. Kot Mot Bant rom in Clarksville Lexas pm serving Clarksville and red River county since 1874 All accounts insured up to $40,000 by of d. I. C. We gladly accept food Stamps whereas the fire hat urls. Jill 2. 2 401 gras fire at 1400 n a rth division Street i Lily. Honda. Jut 3, 12 15 a m. To Natl fir at dump around _ the warehouse bargain Day special i full rack ladies pants ladies skirts All sizes All colors select group priced beyond compare 3 �7 4 new fashions expected this week store hours 9 30-5 30
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