The Hearne Democrat from Hearne, Texas on December 5, 1974 · Page 4
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Hearne, Texas
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Thursday, December 5, 1974
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The llearnc (Texas) Democrat, Thursday, December $, 1974 The Hearne Democrat 25 Years Ago Pvbltohetf Every Week at Heftrne, T*XM •7 n* HEARNE PRINTING COMPANY Leon Witeoiv— Owner, PvblWier Joe S. Sturrb Jr.— Editor Lucille StidlMm ....... _______ .......... ------------- Society Woodrow Tidwell ........ ____________ ..... ..Shop Foreman Krnu Tldw«ll ________ ...... __________________ Composition Jimmy L. Boxley ________________________ ........ -..Printer R*t* for publishing legal notices end clawl/ledf 10* per word, minimum S2.M. National and local display adveHiaetnenU $1.40 per column inch. Classified Advertising forms cloae Monday, 12 noon Dltplay Advertising Deadline — Tuesday 9 A. M. Dial 279-3411 or 9412 SUBSCRIPTION RATE: Per Year By Mail In Texas ... ____________________ 14.00 Per Year By Mail OuUide Texas ___________ _________ M-50 Entered u second clau matter May 2, 1911, at the Poet- office at Hearne, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1179. TCXAB ASSICMTION 1974 MEMBER AMoc/af/on - Founded 1US k t C M i c K iH• pnoara Of WAT^WAL ACVIMTIIIN* OI«T*l*VTtp BY ACB MEMPHIS OFP4CC • I • (ICOftD «T., MIMPHI*. TINN. t*t«S Hearne, Texas, Thursday, December 5, 1974. Mrs. Hal T. Cunningham was a Thanksgiving guest with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. Brady and family in Midland. DECEMBER ANTIQUE SALE Furniture, China, Lamps, Clocks, Glassware & Junk. CM Antiques 500 E. Cameron St. Rockdale, Texas Recent visitors in the Calvert home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lutz Jr. were her mother and brother, Mrs. Beth Dick and Dennis, and his brother, Johnny Lutz, and Miss Mary Rekieta all of Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Luster welcomed into their home for Thanksgiving their children who included Mr. and Mrs. Ray Criswell and children, Randi and Bart of College Station, Mr. and Mr. Glenn Luster, Philip, Tony and Ben of Bryan and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hancock and four children of the Elliott community. DANCE\ At The NUGGET LOUNGE Saturday, December 7, 9 p. m. 1 a. m. Featuring The Rock Band " RIO " l l /2 miles out on the old Franklin Highway Men $2.00 Ladies $1. i Taken from The Democrat of December 9, 1W9) The Hearne Eagles lost their opening tilt in basketball to the Consolidated Bee team with a score of 32-26 while the Eaglets defeated Consolidated with a score of 12-11. Also at the time an independent basketball team was beginning to organize and meet at the high school gym. The City of Hearne began plans for the graveling of 35 blocks of city streets. This was to serve as the base for future pavement. Work was to begin in early 1950. Santa Claus and his reindeer were due in town to visit with all children and participate in the annual Christmas parade. The Hearne Eaglets and the faculty members were to meet a basketball game from which proceeds were to go into the school athletic fund. The faculty was required to dress in some sort of costume while the Eagles were in regular basketball dress. Letters to Santa began appearing in The Democrat that week. Mrs. R. H. Ballinger left for Washington, D. C. to visit with her son and family, Commander and Mrs. Montgomery Ballinger and children. Mrs. Bob Stovall was honored with a stork shower with Mrs. George Thomas Smith and Mrs. Joe Dossey as hostesses. The Mary Martha Sunday School Class met at the home of Mrs. C. W. Sanders, their teacher, to have their annual Christmas party. The City of Hearne applied for a wave length on which to operate a two-way radio system to be utilized by the police force and the city's utility department vehicles. Hearne police began a drive to cut down on the speeding and reckless driving taking place in the city, especially around the elementary school in the southern section of town. Hearne ladies, Mrs. M. M. Ottea, Mrs. P. J. Haas and Mrs. W. C. Merka, attended the meeting of the Cameron District of the National Council of Catholic Women last week. T. A. Gandy Jr. was home on furlough visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Gandy during the week. Green Thumb Garden Guide The Dieffenbachias (Dee-fin- boch-e-ah) are among the most beautiful and easily grown of all house plants. As with so many outstanding foliage plants, these too are nati\'e to the rainforests of Central and South America. The common name for Dieffenbachis is Dumb Cane. This name is derived from the fact that if one chews the stems or leaves, a severe swelling of the tongue follows, causing an inability to speak A for a period of time. One should be cautious with small children and animals. A good porous soil and once a week thorough watering are its cultural needs. A light feeding every one to two months is sufficient. With Diffenbachias, growth is fairly rapid and this is not especially good. They too soon become weak and leggy. Light feedings as stated above svill slow down the process. The light should be fairly strong. A window or just below a floor lamp will do the job. As the plant grows, the lower, older leaves will turn yellow and shed. Do not be alarmed. This is natural. The life expectancy of a leaf is a little more than one year. When the plant has become tall and leggy, the tops can be removed to start new plants. The stem should be about 12 to 14 inches. Insert in good soil, keep moist, but not wet. Rooting soon occurs. The mother plant will usually send out new shoots and branching. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Broadus enjoyed having as guests recently their son, Parker Broadus of El Campo and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Morgan, Carla and Mark of Palestine. Thanksgiving guests included Mrs. Parker Broadus and Rhonda of El Campo and her daughter, Miss Melody Broadus of Houston and her friend, Kenny Cosal also of Houston and the Pete Morgan family of Palestine. Christmas Tree Sale Sponsored by the HEARNE LIONS CLUB Scotch pine trees. Treated for fire resistance. Limited number to be sold. Com* early and get a better selection. located on lot between SSW Cosh and Carry and the Yum Yum on west U. S. 79. t Buy a Tree ami Help Support Your Scholarship Funds. Wheelock News L K. J. Wintry weather really arrived the past weekend. Rain all day Friday but we continued to gather calves for the Calvert sale. Prices went up and we are pleased with 27 cents on some. Then a freeze on Friday night. 28 degrees, the first of the season, continuing on Saturday with 33 degrees that night. Today is Sunday and chilly but the sun is shining. We hope for a warming trend for farmers have much to do. Thanksgiving celebration is over and how we enjoyed the long distance calls from relatives and friends. Especially did we enjoy the dinner with some senior citizens at Hearne who spoke of the past when he was a cattle man and how he loved the outdoors which we do now. He doesn't like to walk they say. He was alert in mind and body and refused to be bossed around for his own good. He and his wife, Mrs. Parnell. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Donald recently of Houston who have purchased acres in Robertson County and built a mansion. Mrs. Parnell and Miss Lil White's sister, Mrs. White and I were feasted with dinner. We walk at least one mile,, now every day as the pedometer says, even if we do take a stick when we get outside. No doubt every cook has their own special pecan pie recipe. Try this one for Christmas: PECAN PIE (9-inch) Beat 3 eggs, add 3 ,4 cups sugar and 2 T flour. Beat. Then add 1 cup corn syrup. 1 t salt. 1 t vanilla. Beat well. Press pecans, 1 cup to the bottom of crust. Add mixture of above anu also 1 cup pecans on top. This was Martha Washington's recipe for pecan pie. Now that crust that never fails is: 1 cup flour. ' 2 t salt. Add 4 generous tablespoons shortening and enough cold milk to hold dough together. Work shortening into flour. Chill dough a little while before roiling out. Do not stretch pastry. Visiting with Mrs. Jackson were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rev of Roswell. New Mexico, who were en route to Dallas to visit their daughter and family, and recently from Houston where they visited her two sisters and then to Denver, Colorado at Christmas to visit their son and see the new baby boy. Mrs. Mary Jane Shannon called by for a visit and to report on the condition of Miss Elizabeth Curry who had fallen and broken her hip at Waggon Wheel Lodge in Hearne. Mrs. Melton of La Salle Rest Home, Bryan, is visiting with her daughter. Miss Edith Melton, for the holidays. "The burden is always lighter if you lift it with a smile." Patrick Barnett Tom Workman In Air Force AF Training Patrick E. Barnett of Hearne enlisted in the Air Force November 8 on a delayed basis and has returned to Hearne to resume his civilain activities. Barnett will report to Lackland Air Force Base January 3. 1975 for six weeks of transitory training on completion of which he will be given formal technical training in the administrative field. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Barnett of Franklin. Mrs. Fannie Forward celebrated Thanksgiving at home with her family. Those visiting her were Mrs. Jeffrey Davis, Pamela. Wanda and Victor Stancil and Thomas. Curtis and Sandra Travis Ricks. Thomas Charles Workman of Hearne enlisted in the Air Force on October 31 and is undergoing basic training at Lackland Air Force Base for officer training school. Workman has chosen to be a navigator and upon completion of officer training will be assigned to Mather Air Force Base, California for technical training. A 1973 graduate of Prairie View A&M University, Workman is also a graduate of Hearne High School and the son of Maxey Workman of Hearne. R. E. Brown Jr. of Houston was a luncheon guest on Tuesday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brown. THANK YOU For the pretty cards and flowers, visits and other acts of kindness extended me during my recent hospitalization. Thanks also to the doctors and staff of the Robertson County Community Hospital. Letha Mathews 43-ltn Mrs. John B. Moody and son, Billy John, of Bryan were Thanksgiving visitors in Hearne with her mother, aunt and grandmother, Mrs. C. D. Wilkerson, Miss Frances Wilkerson and Mrs. S. E. Newton, and with her ' husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moody, while their husband and father was on a business trip in Salt Lake City, Utah. The three other children, Lane, Shawn and Randy Krumrey spent the holidays in Bellville with their paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Krumrev. Thanksgiving holiday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferrara was their daughter, Miss Charlotte Ferrara of Dallas. Joining the family on Thanksgiving day were another daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Zeig and Christopher and Mrs. Stella Campise and Ginger of Hearne. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ryan, Tom, Michael, Sheila and Shannon of Houston were holiday guests in the Hearne home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Roffino. Allen Parker Jr., a student at Texas Southern University in Houston, and Miss Linda Parker, a student at Bishop College in Dallas, were holiday visitors in Hearne with their mother, Mrs. Ceola Parker, and grandmother, Mrs. Annie B. McNeil. IVBBMBilM^^BHBMBHiH [Specials Good For Thursday-Saturday Dec. 4-5-6,1974 Holiday visitors in the F. W. Boggan home were Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Fielden and sons, B. J. and John of San Marcos, Mr. and Mrs. Benton Dedmon and son, Tommy of Navasota and Mr. and Mrs. Phii Pratt and children, Benny and Phil of Houston. HEARNE and TOWNS Listed Below: BUYRITE Hearne Anderson lola East Bernard Brenham Paige Hungerford Boling Schulenburg Giddings Calvert Halletsville Moulton El Campo Smithville "Ovoiity to Enjoy. FOOD STORES Service le Hemember" Mr. and Mrs. James Buchanan, Mike, Belinda and Mark of Kansas City, Kansas spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Hearne with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Boggan. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sepolio, former residents, were in Hearne recently where they visited in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Zeig, and attended the football game between Hearne and Leander. Recent guests during the Thanksgiving holidays in the M. 0. Baker home were their daughters, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Tharp, Clay and Coe Ann of Houston and Mrs. Fay Orr and sons, Robin and Brad of Piano. Accompanying the Tharp family was John Patschy, also of Houston. Other guests included the Bakers niece, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holloway and children, Mark, Kay and Colby of Friends wood. Mrs. H. C. Pilgreen of Rosharon was a visitor recently in the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jones; and her mother-in-law, Mrs. J. V. (Beulah) Pilgreen. A. Q. Jones, James Duke and son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goates and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Justus, all of Corpus Christi, were recent weekend house guests with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Murphy and Mrs. Mike Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Alfa Dotson had as their Thanksgiving guests her sister, Mrs. Essie Dotson from Richmond, their son, Dr. and Mrs. James Dotson and children of Corsicana; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lee from Sugarland and a brother-in-law, James Howell from North Carolina. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Separate sealed bids for the construction of BOAT LAUNCHING FACILITY AT U. S. 79 & BRAZOS RIVER will be received by the Honorable Gervase Reagan at the office of the County Judge, 1 Robertson County Courthouse, I Franklin, Texas, until 10:00 A. M., on December 9, 1974, and 1 then at Commissioners Court (publicly opened and read ! aloud. . THE CONTRACT DOCU- 'MENTS, SPECIFICATIONS, ,and DRAWINGS may be I examined at the Robertson County Courthouse in Franklin, Texas. Copies of the CON, THACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained at the office of Judge Gervase Reagan located at the Robertson County Courthouse in Franklin, Texas. 43-ltn ALL-TEMPERATURE cheer 1.19 LEMON lAlf FRESH UUl FOR BEAUTIFUL. SPARKLING DISHES 79 BT. Low Suds Concentrated Detergent Gets the best from today's large capacity washers JUMIO $ 2. POWERS OUT DIRT POWERS IN BRIGHTNESS KING $ 1 69 liUw

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