THE SAN SABA NEWS- ocia • / V ICLt I O,Q( f 0 4—THE SAN SABA (Texas) NEWS OCT. 17, 1963 Hospital Notes According to the records of San Saba Memorial Hospital for the period October 7 to October 14 there were 23 patients admitted and 14 patients dismissed. Those admitted included Mrs. W. L Oldham, Mrs. J. M. Campbell, Mrs. Bert Moore, Goldthwiate; Pierian Study Club Has Regular Meeting The Pierian Study'Club met in the Gold Room of the Ranchmen's Tower Restaurant Thursday, Oct. ober 10. Mmes. Ruth Jones, Leon Lane and Buster Martin were hostesses. Mrs. Ray Harris, president, presided during the business session. According to the records of San Saba Memorial Hospital there were four babies born during the period of October 7 to October 14. Mr. and Mrs. Heil Saucillo are parents of Jose, Anjej (deceased), born October 9. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Campo& are parents of Natlie, seven pounds, born Otcober 11. _ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gene Bagley are parents of , Natalie kim, six pounds and 15 ounces, born October October 11. Mr. and Mrs. William Ray Harvell Harvell are parents of Cynthia Suz* anne, seven pounds, 12 ounces, born October 8. Lafferty Family Ha* Weekend Family Reunion (SC) The Lafferty families met Friday Oct. 4 through Sunday, Oct. 6 at the home place on the Colorado River. There were 23 present for the fish fry which was held at Sunday Sunday noon. Families present for the three day outing included two brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lafferty and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lafferty of Richland Richland Springs; Berinfe Lafferty of Missouri; Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Lafferty of Houston and Jerry Lafferty of Rich!and Springs; two gisters, Mrs. Nora Goen of Santa Anna and Mrs. Roxie Nettleship of Brownwood and their nephew end wife, Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Lafferty Lafferty of Bangs.