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Clarksville Times (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Clarksville, Texas
The Clarksville times monday july la 1977 pages Hall family Rei Mon j Fly 3 the children of the Ute Sidney and Edith Hall of Annona Texas had a family reunion at it. Pleasant. Texas. July 3. 1977. Those attending were Earl and Marietta Petty. Gary. Jane and Scotty Jacobs and Edmond Hall All of Dallas. Gaines and Evelyn Mcculloch. John and Letha Hall and Hazel Freeman All of Burksville Beth Hughes Anita Beth Turner and Michael Turner of Odessa. Texas Robert Stidham. Sulphur Springs Inez Driggers. Bennettville s. Carolina r. W. And Juanita Stidham it. Pleasant Marilyn Stidham. Denison Texas Dorothy Nash Willingboro new Jersey Grover and Lowayne Cole Man of Dallas. Dorothy Hall Driggers was visiting in Texas for the first time in 24 years. Those unable to attend were Shirley Pope of Houston. Stanley Hall of Elpaso and Virginia Hanson of Cali forma. Sheriff report june 28-july 4.1977 june 28�? Deputy Carl Wolfe arrested a Detroit Man and placed him in the county jail for disorderly conduct. Deputy Bob Storey investigated a breaking of the Avery pharmacy. Entry was gained through the roof and drug items were the Only things reported miss ing. June 29�?the sheriffs office had a report of a stolen Hay truck from Bogata. The Clarksville police department re covered the vehicle which had been abandoned in Clarksville. Or. Ike Jewett reported the theft of a tire and wheel taken from his vehicle to chief Deputy Doug Lovely Well cared for older Home 3 bedrooms 2 Baths. Or. Dark Utility. Central air heat Gas jets for space heat. Carpeted lots of storage double car garage Chain link Fence around Back Yard. Walking distance to Square. 79.3 acres�?80�?~ open pasture Good Garden spot several fruit Trees 2 Ponds Telephone electricity and water Well on place Small barn pump House septic tank. Will sell with or without 2 by trailer House. 3 bedroom Frame on to acres Sand. Lots of Shade Trees barn country water Good Sandy Garden polots. 3 apartment dwelling in quiet neighbourhood. Would make Good investment property. 1970 Manatee trailer House on Large lot 2 bedroom storage House Garden spot. 1970 econ Home trailer House. 3 bedrooms. To be moved $4,750.00 partially furnished. 3 bedroom Brick in Casa Linda. 2 Baths Large Den or dark storage. Spacious lot excellent Garden producing Orchard. Red River real estate 427-2197 427-3774 427-3235 632-5590 Jackson. Deputy car Wolfe investigated a burglary of the Detroit sup Erette in Detroit. Approximately $900.00 in merchandise was reported taken. July in two subjects were arrested for burglary in red River county by the Texarkana police depart ment. Deputy Bob Storey returned the two to this county. Chief Deputy Doug Jackson transported a subject from Quanah. Texas Back to red River county on burglary charges. Chief Deputy Doug Jackson and game Warden Bill Potts arrested 5 subjects on Highway 82 East for Possession of marijuana. Chief Deputy Doug Jackson investigated the report of damage to two greens at the Clarksville country club. The damage was done by a motorcycle. July 2�?chief Deputy Doug Jackson and Deputy Bob Storey responded to a Call on route i. Avery where two subjects were involved in an argument. Both were injured and taken to red River general. July 4 chief Deputy Doug Jackson and judge Bill Mcdonough investigated the death of a Man at his Home in the Batesville Community. Death was ruled by natural causes. Personals or. And mrs. Jack c. Schof of it. Thomas Kentucky were guests in the Home of or. And mrs Harvey Smith Over the fourth of july weekend. Or. And mrs Schof visited other friends while Here. Dinner at the branding Iron restaurant was enjoyed by or. And mrs. Schof or. And mrs. Smith and or. And mrs. Harold Mcleroy of Annona. Or. And mrs. Schof and or. And mrs. Smith enjoyed the fourth of july night at the Oliver twist restaurant in Texarkana Arkansas. In f senior c then lunch menu the cars menu for july la through july 15 is As follows monday roast Turkey Roll creamed potatoes w cheese English peas lettuce and Tomato salad hot Rolls w butter. Ice Cream w peaches milk Tea or Coffee. Tuesday pork chops Green peas w carrots Rice. Tomato wedges pineapple titbits hot roots w butter milk Tea or Coffee. Wednesday braised Short ribs cabbage glazed carrots pickled beets and onions fruit cocktail Corn bread w butter milk. Tea or Coffee. Thursday oven Fried Chicken Macaroni and cheese mixed vegetables hot Rolls w butter bread pudding milk. Tea or Coffee. Friday oven Fried fish mashed potatoes asparagus w cheese Plain cake milk Tea or coffin. Take the Challenge we Are interested in serving any Large or Small business in the Clarksville area. Contact the Pepsi cola office in Dallas at this toll free number 1-800-492-5230 we re open for All kinds of welding equipment service for diesel trucks and heavy equipment Heli Arch welding Mcdowell welding and equipment service formerly Daniell s welding 201 s. Lee phone 427-2610 for emergency service phone 427-2636 Sass Iowa of Hume i i would like to express my appreciation to our Many friends and loved ones for the Beautiful Flowers visits prayers and the Many delicious dishes of foods that were furnished at the time of the passing of my dear husband and a wonderful we wish to take this Means of expressing our sincere gratitude and thanks to the red River county Hospital personnel or. Edwards and to relatives and friends for your kindness for the food and Flowers. May god bless each of you. Mrs. Virginia Ray Griffin and family. I want to especially thank our wonderful pastor. Rev. W. A. Williams and Rev. Roscoe Nunley and Rev. T. E. Gantt for their Beautiful messages of Pray Era and All their Many kindnesses extended to the family. Also to mrs. Bonnie Eastland and Brownrigg funeral Home for their help and consideration during this difficult time. May god bless each of you. Thank you so much. The family of r. B. Jones. For Sale two Auto Matic washers. Good condition. Reasonably priced. Call 427 11037 or see at 805 w. 4th._ for Sale a Nice tracts of Good land sur rounding South Lake pretty Trees and Home Sites county water supplies reasonable will g.i., Call 214 886 3623.___ for Sale Bass boat Glaston Model he 154, year 77, family boat. Silver Metal Flake color with 70 he Evinrude 12 24 Evinrude tool motor 3 batteries 2 tanks depth finder. Call 427 2477. For Sale-72 Cor Vette 350 v-8 400 Turbo trans tilt wheel am pm stereo Brown leather Interior. Immaculate $5395, Call 427 2470. For Sale valves at Crystal Ake. Call after 5 . 684 3400 Small Job specialist carpentry amp painting carpet linoleum amp tile it id Concrete patios amp drives attic fans insulation exhaust Turbine inst. Boyl Eti la 427-3000 or babe Higgins 427-2326 f want to Bly a toy female Ehi Haohua. All 427 5014 after 6 30 . Singer sewing machines serviced also repair All other makes and models. Paces fashions 427 5035 for Sale we do remodelling roofing and painting. Cochrane electric 667-2019 Dekalb Riding Golf cart for Sale. Good condition. Call 427 3037 or see at 805 w 4th. For sale�?30 per Guson tractor with 5 Cutter b Model John Deere with 3 Point Hook up. Phone 697 3567 after 5 30. By y w Hile cheap 17 bred Brahman Cross heifers. Two have calves. All should calve before december. Bred to either registered Hereford or Brahman Bull. Calf Hood vaccinated de horned gentle. Also 3 year old Hereford simmental Bull. Ready for Good Home. Must see to appreciate. Call Tommy or c. 0. Welch. 427 2084 or 925-2601._______ two automatic washers for Sale. Good condition. Reasonably priced. Call 427 3037 or see at 805 a 4th. Lost a Blue tick Black and Tan Bird dog markings. Last seen at Maytag Wash Eteria about 3 30. Contact Roy Godwin 304 n. Lafayette. Bargain-681 Cole Man camper $800 phone 427 2215. For Sale a k c Keg. Tiny tiny toy poodles. I male i female 3 months old. Also 1968 Fleetwood Cadillac air Power extra Eriean. $695.00. 427 3406. For rent Fok rent-3 bed room House air condition ers. Phone 427 2204 Paine air conditioning residential and com Merci installation and service. A types electric wiring and repair with 25j years experience. Cochrane a electric 667-2019 Dekalb i cd Stom hat baling 40c or via a for Good Meadow Fred Landry 427 3657 or 427 2870. Needs Good Home puppies i1 2 Irish setter 6 weeks old male and female. Call 427 3360. Employment work at Home in spar. Time. Earn $250.00 per 1000 stuffing envelopes Send 25 cents plus stamped self addressed envelope to Terry Lane enterprises . Box 289, Hobart Indiana 46342. Public notice notice to bidders bids for a new roof to the existing Clarksville elementary school for Clarksville Independent school District will be received at the office of or Gene Whit All. Superman Dent to Box 1016, Clarksville Texas until 8 00 thursday july 14. 1977. Bids shall be addressed to or. Gene Whitsell at the above address and will be publicly opened in the Clarksville High school Library at the time mentioned above. Drawings and specifications May be examined Al the office of Geren associates Archi teds engineers planners 2100 fort Worth National Bank fort Worth Texas or at the office of or. Gene who leu superintendent 107 South Spruce Clarks Ville Texas. The owner reserves the right to reject any or All bids and to waive any formality in connection herewith. First National Bank congratulates Fred e. Fisher for outstanding service Fred e. Fisher has been chosen this week for outstanding service achievement recognition. Fred is perhaps the Best known school Man in red River county after some to years of service to the schools in several locations. He was born in red River county and lived his Early life near Moseley Northwest of Fulbright. Orphaned at age 12 years. Fred was reared by older Brothers living in the family Home attending Moseley Detroit and Fulbright schools. Following graduation he was working in the Cotton Fields one Day when visited by an old family Friend who urged him to attend College and arranged a Small loan so he could enter Paris Junior College. He worked his Way through College waiting on tables and tending furnaces during the night eventually graduating from Paris Junior College and East Texas state University with both a Bachelor s and master s degree Fred began his teaching career in Woodland at age 1h, slaying for two years and later spending nine years at Alkin Grove. During following years he engaged in a variety of activities county supervisor of the old triple a program head of the Bowie county ask office Engineer with the department of agriculture supervising 19 counties in the personnel office of red River Arsenal working for the department of Public welfare operating a grocery store and Sawmill in Detroit and running a i veterans school in Detroit. He taught in Talco three years was principal of the Detroit elementary school then principal of the Avery elementary school and was elected county school superintendent taking office late in 1954. He served in that capacity for 20years, longer than any other person being elected without opposition each term. During these two decades. Fred supervised the greatest consolidation of schools in red River county a Long history. Consolidations were sometimes turbulent and unpopular but always under control with Fred a leadership and direction. Fred has always Given freely of himself in civic arid Community affairs. A Long time methodist he is a member of the Mckenzie . Church where he has been a teacher of an adult menus class served on the official Board acted As a trustee and headed the Council on ministries. He was one of those responsible for obtaining the c k for this county and has been chairman of that committee he is a member of the masonic order past master of Detroit 1/odge 531, and is a Shriner. Fred is past Deputy District governor of Lions International he helped organize the Community Chest United fund serving on the Board and As a director. He has been chairman of the county democratic party and was chosen for the governor advisory committee. He has been Active in chamber of Commerce affairs and has represented Clarksville and red River county on dozens of trips to Austin for various project. Lie was named the chamber of Commerce a Man of the \ ear in 1976. Fred was married to the former Maurine Hulen of Detroit in 1939 and they have two sons Fred in of Nacogdoches and Don of Texarkana. Although technically retired now and Only in the business of pursuing his Hobby of fishing. Fred continues to serve his a urn run by As he has done All his life Fred e. Fisher congratulations to or. Fred i. Fisher for his Many years of service to his Community. First National Bank in Clarksville Urcis Smallw a Mims ill do Fok we a sort hmm i Imp item
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