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 - Franklin Schools Open Sept 2 they are il»o...
Franklin Schools Open Sept 2 they are il»o vijjUn^ isr -.-r Mrs Masrsie -Griffin, ar. ; at Easterly last week.. While he Jch.njor/5 r !irr.:iy firs* reunion in seventeen By tta. J. G- Sjrtos. Franklin Public Schools wiU| open. Tuesday September 2, according «o Supt. Roland Rey- ; nolds, and all facilities will b-» in: operation. ; The faculty consists of Truman R. Blanton, high school principal. Mrs Gladyne Lumpkin. English: < Hill Lomax, history; Robert L. '• Reagan, science; Mrs. Jack Dun- , can. commercial: Mrs. Yemeni Anderson, hom«ma.king; E. B. j Bounds, vocational agriculture: Miller Martin, mathematics. '• Mrs. Jim Carleton and Robert eighth grade; Mrs. Stegall. seventh grade: j Mrs - Edna Re*ch«t, sixth grade; Coach Joe Hedrick r elementary school principal. i Elementary teachers are Mm Ola Smith, Mrs, Robert L. Jack-i f son. Mrs. Buna McMillan, Mrs. : * j j L - Jackson, Frank Brunette, Mrs. CecO Chap-; man, Mrs. FL M. Hooker, and Mrs. i Robert Marshall. Kay Elliott »7 *te- J- G. LjrltS. Kay Elliott entertained with a surprise birthday party Thursday evening. August 7 at the home of her parents. ?.Ir. and Mrs. E. P. Elliott honoring her guest. Jayne McDonald, of Bryan. The honoree received many- lovely gifts. Games and music furnished entertainment. The' j hostess, assisted by her sisJer. I Judy, served refreshments to the! j following guests: Bertha Jane | Nickelson. Rebecca Redden, Sara j Sandifer. Mary Adams. Patti} Sandifer and Joann Kotch of' Gatesville. to C. to Bobby Box Is Two Years Old By Mrs. 3. G. Lrl*», mmua As a compliment to her son. Eobby, on his second birthday, Mrs. Bernard Box entertained with a children's party Friday afternoon, August 8th, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Sox, grandparents of the honoree. When all the guests arrived, gifts were opened, and the pretty white birthday cake which was embossed in pink roses and the inscription, "Happy Birthday to i Eobby" was served with ice cream and cold drinks. Party favors were fans for the girls and whistles for the boys, i Those taking part in the festivity were Rodney Menn, Patricia and Darla Tucker, Larry and David Roepke, David Mitchell, Sue Ellen Metcalfe. Toni Stell- bauer, David Stegall, Randy Sul- \ livan, Joe and Kathy Bush, Terry Moore, Ken Lomax and Candy Simmons. Mothers present were Mrs. Willie Menn, Mrs. Crafford Simmons, Mrs. R. C. Tucker, Mrs. Joa Roepke, Mrs. Joe Mitchell, Mrs. Pryse Metcalfe, Jr., Mrs. Billy Stelibauer, Mrs. Howard Stegail, Mrs. Peyton Moore, Mrs. Hill Lomax. Miss Helen Reagan of Waco was a fjuest. Mrs.. Billy Bush assisted with hostess^ duties. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johnson and daughter of San Diego, California, attended funeral services for his mother, Mrs. Gussie Johnson, twin brother, Frank Griffin. This FRIG I DAI RE HAS THE NEWEST COOLINGEST ROOM CONDITIONERS EVER and in HEAINE WISE FOLKS PREFER SLEEP COOL THIS SUMMER Er-joy night after night of refte^Junp sleep m cooi. he?'*frfof. ciifief cO'^fOf* ">!OA-- at a once you can afford you CJi» •"5*e 3^ t^e ceo:.:':? you need no drafts-^-no cniSis - ,-iG ret pots - v.tth a iamotis FrioitlaLre DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR ROOM CONDITIONERS GIVE YOU MORE FOR YOUR MONEY! See why Frigidaire Room Conditioners are your best buy at BUDGET TERMS: Calpepper Hardware Aad Fwnitwe Phone LI 6-2152 Hearae. Texafl WE GIVE U. S. GREEN STAMPS (On Cash Sales Only)

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  1. The Hearne Democrat,
  2. 15 Aug 1958, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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