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Houston Republican from Houston, Missouri • 4

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Thursday November 13 1947 rank yHogan was over from Simmons Monday Big Smith Overalls for men and boys Harvey Holden was over from Willow Springs one day Ipst week Mr and Mrs Robert Owen Mr and Mrs Gandel were But from Kansas City for a week end visit with Mr and Mrs father Walter Owen and wife Calvin Hodges has been severely sick at his home in north part of town for several days with no im provement at this time Mr and Mrs Orval Coats of Dykes attended revival services at Baptist Church Monday night Rev Archie Grose and Mr Mc Cart of Simmons attended ser vices at Baptist Church Mon day night Mr and Mrs Cole and children visited with relatives at Norwood Sunday RAYMONDVILLE Sorty to hear of the bad wreck which' caused such painful injuries to Dr Leslie Randall last week We not only need him but miss the jolly fellow Marvin Sileven plans to haul gravel real soon and begin work on their road southeast of here for the school bus this winter Mr and Mrs Robert Hubbs of St Louis announce the arrival of a son weighing 0 pounds and 3 ounces November 4 who they have named Robert Duane Mrs Hubbs is the former Loretta Bailey of Eunice Mr and Mrs Howard Warner left last week to visit his two sis ters in Ames and Shenandoah la and the only brother of Dorothy Warner also in Iowa Our grade school teachers here inthe three upper grades will at tend State Teachers Meet this week Mrs Blanche Howard and Jerra 1 and Sue left last week for St ji Louis Mrs Cochran and Madge McBay helped Mr and Mrs A leshman can sweet potatoes Tuesday Harold Martin and Elmer Mc Bay returned from deer hunting this week failing to bag any deer A leshman and family spent Sunday with his brother at Big Creek We hear Ode Vollmar and son Andy bagged two fine deer OOOO PAST MATRONS AND PAST PATRONS NIGHT The Eastern Star extends a special invitation to all Rast Ma trons and Past Patrons to attend Chapter Tuesday November 18 Chapter opens at 7:30 This is our last Chapter meeting before Thanksgiving We wish to remind all members to bring a gift for a Thanksgiving basket for a family in need We hope to see all members at Chapter Nina Kirkman Secretary Gladys Murfin Mr and Mrs Bandy of Yukon were in town Saturday LEE OVERALLS for men and Mrs red Walters of Prescott Route Houston went to Colum bia one day last week for examina tion at Ellis ischel Hospital Mr and Mrs Wagner ent to Herman Mo last week week to visit their sons John and Ed for a few weeks SUITS be proud to wear at only $2195 and up at VIOLA'S STYLE SHOPPE OOOO LET CONTRACT ON TEXAS COUNTY HIGHWAY The contract for the improving of 40 miles on Route in the northern part of Texas County by and surfacing from Route 32(A) northwest has been awarded to the Jacobs Brothers Construction Co Meta Mo The cost of this improvement which includes engineering and contin gencies is approximately $22054 OOOO' REVIVAL SERVICES CONTINUE THIS WEEK AT BAPTIST CHURCH Rev McKee pastor evan gelist of Lebanon is delivering great gospel messages each night at Houston Baptist Church One conversion has resulted so far Large congregations have at tended each service during past week and have enjoyed the ser mons by this able minister as well as good song services con ducted by Doyle McKinney and George Harmon Services will continue at lease Until next Sunday night If you have not yet attended his revival you have a cordial in vitation to attend any or all ser vices oooo RELATIVES ARRIVE OR PARISH CELEBRATION Thursday November 13 will be a great day at the I Parish home at Raymondville when Mr and Mrs Parish will celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniver sary This worthy couple were married at Janesville Wisconsin and have lived near Licking and Raymondville for several years They are parents of six children Relatives who have arrived for the occasion include Mr and Mrs Wm Hepner Mrs Lawrence Cooley and daughter Patricia and Nancy Cooley of Vilas Wisconsin Mrs Thomas Duncan Los Angeles Calif Paul Parish of Alaska Mr and Mrs Earl Parish and daugh ter of Milroy Minn Mrs Alice Boggs Lebanon Mo These are the six children and the list in cludes some of the nine grandchil dren and eight great grandchil dren A NEW NEON SIGN Which reads Radio Ser is displayed by Alvin Beale this week Right attractive ve say PROTECT YOUR CAR THIS WINTER Ice In your radiator or engine Can cause serious damage and cost you a lot of money for repairs Play safe Protect your car with ord Anti reeze It is rust and corrosion resistant It will provide protection during the coldest yreather if used in accordance with our ord Radiator Protection Chart If you are not certain your car is safe let us check the solu tion in your radiator now Better be safe than sorry this winter! ROMINES MOTOR CO 1 1 I I WITH ORD ANTI REEZE Jjjm 5 Houston Mo Phone 32 THB HOUSTON REPUBLICAN HOUSTON MISSOURI Mr and Mrs Les Hall of Ty rone were in town Saturday Mr and Mrs James Smith who have resided in Houston for some time have moved to theirarm near Solo where Mr Smith has erected a new residence Mrs Sarah Edwards who lives on Prescott Route out of Houston was in town last Thurs day Mr and Mrs Willard Davis of Seymour spent the week end at the Chas Davis home Harry Hollman of Union Mo was here Tuesday looking for a location and called at this office to get acquainted with our I newspaper oooo TUESDAY STUDY CLUB Members of the Tuesday Study Club went back to Colonial Days for the inspiration for tfieir pro gram of November 4 at the home of Mrs James Covert Roll call was answered with an old time superstition We find many of the superstitions handed clown to us by our grandparents are stil remembered and repeated but very few believed in Mrs Barton 'who has visited in Williamsburg Va gave a most interesting history of early Williamsburg followed by a des cription and pictures of Williams burg as it is today after being restored to colonial days by the 8 Government Mrs McCaskill gave a travel talk on Southern and her talk was fol lowed by a display of old quilts hand woven coverlets and bed spreads which showed the expert craftsmanship of our grand mothers Mi'S Duff sang the beauti ful old hymn Me Back to Old Lovely refreshments and a social hour followed the meeting Present weie the following: Mesdames James Holt Albert Howell Duff Duff Slipsager Marion Coyle Barton 0 Bennett Lyles James Brown McCaskill A Johnston Effie Blickensderfer and Mrs Covert The next meeting will be with Mrs Barton and Mrs Effie Blickensderfer at the Barton home and the program will be given by the Music and Dramatic Department of the high school under direction of Mr McKinney and Miss King oooo JOAN SMITH WEDS EARL HUTCHESON Miss Joan Smith daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee Smith south of Houston became the bride of Eail Hutcheson son of Mr and Mrs Albert Hutcheson of Huggins Wednesday morning November 5 i at Salem Arkansas The bride is a very attractive girl graduate of Houston High Class of 1947 and for the past two months was employed as Deputy Circuit Clerk for Texas County ollowing the wedding vows the happy couple returned to the home of parents at Huggins where they will make their home for the present oooo MARY CHAPTER ENTERTAINS AVA GUESTS Mary Chapter 0 was hostess to the Ava Mo Chapter Tuesday evening November 4 when the beautiful degrees of the order were exemplified for aye lowers and Madelon Exline The hall was beautifully decorated with the flowers and some seventy members and visitors were I present At the close of the meet ing talks were enjoyed from the I members of visiting chapters and refreshments were served and a social hour enjoyed The following out of town guests were present: Mesdames lorence Yoeman Mildred Swick Minnie Dean Erma Peters Bess Rey nolds Katherine Jackson Lessie Durham Amy Gaulding Velma Sargent Genieve Norman Pearl Exline Opal Thompson Linda Sell Zella Atterbury Messrs Reynolds 0 Jackson and Gaulding of Ava Mrs Clara Bell from Plato Chapter and Mr Cas ey of the Rolla Chapter oooo RETURNS ROM HOSPITAL Mrs Ethel White City Collector returned home Tuesday night from Kansas City where she underwent a major operation Glad to report Mrs White as improving nicely Mr and Mrs Manly of Solo were in town Saturday Mr and Mrs John Spencer and children of Eunice were in town Saturday BEE HATS for new line just Virgil and Jim Bandy of Yukon were among the large crowd in town last riday Deputy Sheriff John Yoakum is over from Cabool during Circuit Court BALL BAND rubber foot wear Mens Boys Women Misses and LEAVITTS Mr and Mrs Earl Sillyman Mrs John Lybyer Mrs Ada Burch and Martha Burch of Dykes attended services at the Baptist Church here Sunday night Mr and Mrs Ray Peabody were in town from Grogan one day last week Mr and Mrs Roy Grogan of Grogan were in town last Thurs day Eugene Northern Rolla Attor ney was here for Circuit Court Monday Mr and Mrs Grisham of Cabool were in Houston Mon day Smart acces sories for your new winter HATS GLOVES and PURSES in pretty styles and shades STYLE SHOPPE Lyles celebrated his 81st birthday at his home here on Mon day November 10 Thdse present for the occasion were Mr and Mrs Rouner Mr and Mrs Hubbard and children Mr and Mrs Grover Smith and Mrs Edna Nelson 0 Bennett took his little nephew red Brotherton son of Mr and Mrs Ervin Brotherton of Arthurs Creek to Christa Hogan Hospital in West Plains for an operation for appendicitis on Tues day Mr and Mrs John Scheets and daughter Blanche Mr and Mrs Bolgard Mrs Ernest Rich ardson and two children Mrs Shelton George James and Norma Shelton helped Ted Scheets celebrate his birthday on Thurs day November 6 at his home here Mr and Mrs Hubbard and children of Dallas Texas have been visiting with her mother Mrs Winnie Smith and with his parents the Hubbards at Raymondville Carl McKinney this week sold his farm home in Indian Creek community to Mr an Mrs Du ward rancis of fcado Carl and wife will move to their newly con structed home in Houston located south of the Lynch home Harley Dawson and daughter from Rolla have moved into the former Mollie Ross residence now owned by Walter Owen He also has two sons here employed at Service Station and Lea Store Ilarley is a brother of Cliff Dawson Manager of Lea Store oooo PURCHASE LAUNDRY Mr and Mrs Rosco Comstock and two children have moved to Houston from St Louis having purchased the Houston Laundry from Mrs Cambridge and are now in charge Mr Comstock is a native of Texas County although it has been several years since he resided here We welcome the Comstocks back to Texas County ooou SOLO Seems like after the beauty of the fall season winter is really on its way Mr and Mrs Joe Blankenship sons Connie Joe and Roger of Houston Mrs ay White Mr and Mrs John Smith and sons Ray and Wayne all of Cabool were Sunday visitors of Mr and Mrs Archie Hamilton and children Mr and Mrs Ray Rust and son visited Sunday with Jess Erwin and family We are having a good meeting with good preaching every night Everyone invited and welcome to come Visitors at the Gilford Brown home Sunday were Mr and Mrs Paul Brown and son and Mr and Mrs Lester Davis of Houston Mayfield was in from Ellis Prairie Monday Thurman Parker was out from Jefferson City for the week end with home folks Mr and Mrs Onstott who live east of town spent the week end with parents Mr and Mrs Elmore Pfc Cecil (Jimmy) Bralher with Marines at Le Jeune NC is home on 20 days furlough with his parents Mr and Mrs Brallier east of town This young Marine put on a splendid appearance in uniform SPORTS JACKETS button and zipper 100 wool Mackinaw plaids Navy Melton for men and Mr and Mrs Duke Hiett were in Springfield Saturday for the STC Homecoming Watson Truck and Implement Co delivered a new large Inter national Tractor to Millard King of Oscar this week Mr and Mrs Howard Bartch were in town Saturday and Mr Bartch ordered the Republican sent to his sister Mrs Marvin Hunt Melton lorida oooo $10 GUIDE KILLS DEER Evans of the Evans ur niture Stores is just about of While deer hunting in Ripley County he gave a native $10 to guide him on the hunt says the guide parked him at and went around the bend to scare 'em out A moment later he heard a shot and investi gating he found his guide had killed a big buck Mr and Sirs Eugene Kohler were here from Summersville Sat urday Gaston in charge of the big game preserve and ranch in southeast part of the county was in town Monday Mr and Mrs Clarence Grogan of Marshall Mo announce the birth of a baby daughter Virginia Catherine October 28 at Vitz gibbon Hospital in Marshall Theaby weighed 6 pounds and 13 ounces Mrs Grogan is the former Alice West of Columbia Grover Lee Hilterbrand arrived here Monday from Casper Wyo for a visit with his father Ruy Hilterbrand and other relatives i and friends Grover Lee Who ser ved years in the Army and his brotnti tsari are em ployed with the Texaco Oil Co HORN LUGGAGE complete line both trunks and hand luggage At Rev Romines of Houston was recently called as pastor of Grandview Baptist Church near Tyrone SWEATEES 100 virgin wool complete line now going at $198 and up STYLE SHOPPE oooo ATTENDING STYLE SHOW 4 Mr and Mrs Jerry Williams of Style Shoppe are in Kan sas City this week attending a style show of new ladies ready to wear for spring They went by way of St Louis and enroute visited relatives at St Joseph Mo Invited to have a REE Cup of that delicious MA COEE At Our Store Saturday November 15 Representatives of the Producers Grocery Will Put on a A Coffee Demonstration All Day Houston armers Exchange A famous enamel for 50 years now thru modern paint chemistry better than ever Japalac will recapture "ty Japalac KITCHEN i 481 MH ft i A tX 4 1 I AV for your kitchen in a mat ter of hours with so little effort and very little cost Japalac flows on almost by itself to a smooth gloss easy to keep clean There are 16 gor geous colors see them HOWERTON cl i iSjRfijSI I JAPa'tAC 1 I I (IW I Use on any wood or metal surface outside or inside I I I I I Hardware Lumber Co Phone 255 $160 Qt.

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