The San Saba News and Star from San Saba, Texas on May 17, 1973 · Page 3
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The San Saba News and Star from San Saba, Texas · Page 3

San Saba, Texas
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Thursday, May 17, 1973
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Veterans Encouraged To Use Gl Bin Training Benefits J^aiiiic £K*L .ifi*. *. **•_• * 9 ... t t , -. .» — 1 1 «d<iaies have an lifetime Infeome that Uftj mere thin persons only a high school dii>ieffla*"i6o8,600 compared to 1191,000, The eafttng averages frbhi Department of Labor studies were pointed out fay Jack Goker, Waco VA Regional office Director, in urging the Use of Gtl Ml training by Vietnam veterans. , Under the G, l, jam, school- bbUhd single veterans receive $220 & month for full-time training, up to a maximum of •-^- .^--^-^—T IJili.-— -- • • •'_!_— -*.-. -^-.--. :T ^^^—-. „. Too Lot* To Cfeutfy -•—•"~_-_- ( --^ | . . * Fdf Sale: tttouse and lot with 2 e*t«a lots, facing Wway in Cherokee. $3750. One block from Post Office and large grocery store. Iforce churches within 1 to 3 blocks. Ben ILewis, Phone 622-4484. ;_ B-17-ap CLASSIFIEDS Get Remilts! 36 months of school attend- aftce, of a total of $?,920i The monthly aiiowaftce is Increased for veterans with dependents. th 6 G, 1, Bill has other features, Veterans enrolled in high school studies also re* celve monthly allowances without a charge agaihst basic eligibility, so that full G, I, Bill entitlement Is retained for college attendance, those veterans in college on a half-time or more basis can now be tutored, Under the G,l, Bill, VA will pay veterans up to $5o a month for a maximum of $46o for tutorial assistance, Again, there Is ho charge against the Veterans basic entitlement, Coker pointed out, Details are available at any VA office, veterans county service office, or from the various veterans service organizations. In San Saba County see W.B. (Barney) Sullivan whose office is on the first floor of the San Saba County Courthouse. EL TACO JALISCO UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT OF CHARLES JVESJ Specializing in Mexican & American Foods Open 6 a.m. Close 10 p.m. HCCA Directors Visit National Planning Forum Fred Wittenburg, Jr., Executive director of Mill country Community Action and Mrs, Be See FaUghf, Director of Multi-County Family Planning Program, attended the National Family Planning Forum April 29-May 2, 19"»3 In Washington, At the meeting Mrs. Faught Was selected as ohe of the sixteen board of Directors tor the Forum, this Is the first time a representative from Texas t>r Region VI was elected, the president of thfe Forum Is Rtisseli M, Richerdson, tilrec- tor of the Governor's Special Council on Family Planning, Atlanta, Georgia. the purpose of the National Family Planning Forum is "to originate, promote, improve, and coordinate the distribution and availability of family planning goods and services within the U.S.A., and to do any and all other acts and deeds necessary and proper to the accomplishment of the aforesaid purposes." A delegation of seven from texas had appointments with the office of Senators Lloyd Bentsen and John Tower. At this time the delegation discussed recent legislative developments concerning Family Planning and the needs of future provision in Family Planning services. Mrs. Faught will attend the next board meeting June 10 and 11 in New York. Dirk Seatys Announce Birth Of Jacody Bktin Mr. and Mrs. Dirk' Sealy announce the birth of a son, Jacody Blain, Tuesday, May 1. He was born in Rollins- Brook Hospital at Lampasas, and weighed six pounds, 111/2 ounces.' This is the couple's first child. Mrs. Sealy Is the former Teresa Blodgett. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Sealy and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blodgett. Great grandparents are Mr.' and Mrs. Emory Wood of Richland Springs, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Longmire and Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Lusty. the San SaU Nem & Star—3 Feazle Descendants Hold Family Reunion March 29 i^Si^f NOW, LET'S SEE—Boyd Lacy Clark, two-ye.r-old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Clark of Bend, takes a rather careful look at a 20-pound jollowcat that had been recently caught on the Colorado Kiver. The catfish, very much alive, did a few flip-flops after this picture was taken which sent young ; Mr. Clark scampering for mother's arm*. LAST—but nol least are these three pictures as the News & Star completes the series of pictures taken by Winston U. Lucas in a photo contest held here last October. Prom left to right are Julie Xapata, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. CuUrino Kapala, anil Matthew and Marcus Uiggn, sons o£; Mr. ami Mrs. Marvin Kiggs. , AT YOUR TEXAS FORD DEALER FINISHES JR. COLLEGE' ".';Tonv Barker,, son of Jack Barker and Mrs. Mary'Barker of Cherokee, graduated May 1 from Southwest Texas Junior College at Uvalde. He is presently working with his ranching interests near Cherokee, and is undecided about his plans for further education. CLASSIFIEDS Get Results! the de^cefidents of George tffeaSle, both March 3,1803 In tenhessee, held their family reunion Sunday, March 2§, at the teague place on the sah Saba ftlvef near the o!d Feasle Home, the Fea*le Cemetery Association was formed and a restoration project started, the work done thus far caused the formation of the reunion which is hoped to continue as an an* nUal affair, Harry Feaaie of Rlchland Springs was the honored guest, He was presented a pocket knife by his neices and nephews as a rememberance of the occasion, Harry Feazle was the oldest grandson of George Feazle, Recounting the family history, George Feazle came from Tennessee with his parents, brothers and sisters, they settled in the area now known as Union Parish, Louisiana. His father was a surveyor and they were the first family to settle in the region. George Feazle lived in Louisiana about 40 years after arriving in 1811, In the course of time he burled two wives before coming to texas with all his children. the family settled in texas in the area that is now called Baker Springs, Harvey Creek and Spring Valley, this was before San Saba County was organized. those attending the reunion took to tour the county visit- Ing places where the family once lived, time was taken to decorate graves and there was a lot of reminesclng about the good times at previous family gatherings when grandma and grandpa we re still living. The fisherman also had their select stories about the fish they had caught In the San Saba River. A bar-b-cue dinner was served Sunday noon to members and guests who were: Mr. and Mrs. Wade C. Feazle, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feazle and son Mickey, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Feazle^ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wigzell all of Houston. • - , Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Feazle, LuAnne and Paul; Katie Burton, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fotheringham and James of Pasadena. Mrs. Arnold Feazle, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Pierce, Whitney Noel and Ashley Linn of Baytown. Sheral, Juliette and Renee' Rainbolt of Mullin. Mrs. Ollte Browning Of AWlefte, Ruth Rflinboltj Gary, Judy and J6y Lynn McCarleyj thofnas LaJoy, Gerald and Glen McCarley; George and Naoma . JOB PETE MILLER Miller Finishes Nursing Course Joe Pete Miller was among the 46 senior nursing students who received a diploma from John Peter Smith School of Nursing during May 4 graduation exercises at Rldglea Presbyterian Church in Fort Worth. Mr. Miller is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Miller of Fort Worth and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barclay and Mrs. Prudie Miller of Richland Springs. With the graduation of the current class, the John Peter Smith Hospital owned nursing school discontinues operation. The nursing school had its origin in 1908 when It was affiliated with the old Fort Worth Medical Center. SmlthhaH all of Fort Worth, Edwin and Earl in e Pool of Brownwood, Mrs, foariene Parker of Dallas, M.R. and Amy Brown of fiallinger, Win L t Isaacs, Jr. of Fife, Mr, and Mrs, Harry Feazle, Henry Lewis, John t. McCut- eheon, Mr, and Mrs. W, G. Locker and Mr, and Mrs. J.L. Carroll all of Richlandsprings, Mrs, Ophelis Little, Jack and Jewell Smithhart of San Saba. Other visitors were Jackie Rtngo, Elva Hulme and children, FrahcesOhnheise rand son and Mrs, Ethel teague, Mr, and Mrs. Wade C. Feazle urged each one present to make plans to attend the Feazle reunion in Be mice, Lousiana the second Sunday in August, the Feazle Society of Louisiana was organized four years ago to promote the family genealogy with Wade Feazle as president and his wife, Josle, as historian. Requests are made for other decendents of George Feazle to get in touch with the Feazle Society, especially his daughters families. Listed areSarah Margaret Harvey, Elizabeth King, Angelina Barton, Eliza Dennis Lauderdale. Other officers of the Feazle and Gresham Historical Society of Union Parish, Louisiana are W. T. Gresham, vice president; Cecil Lowery, secretary; Margaret Reeves Gresham, treasurer and hostess; Joyce Lowery and Josle Feazle, reporters. In charge of historians is Sherry Gritzbaugh assisted by Sada Gary, Nellie Steed, E. Wedemeyer, Jeanette Larson, Linda Feazle, Frances Womack, Pauline Gresham, Ophelia Francis, F ranees Mullins, Mary McDonald, LaJoy McCarley and Mrs. H. L. Odom. Honorary historians are Charlotte Feazle, EstherLeo- nard and Mr. E. R. Whitman. If It's Insurance ... We Write It! • Home Owners • Automobiles • Boats • Trip Accident • Fire & Storm Household Goods ft Business • Liability« • Jewelry • Bonds Central Texas Insurance Ag'cy. T. A. & Wanda Davenport—Grace OKver 111 Souffi High San Safaa Phone 372-3922 '73 FORD LTD Distinctive styling with richly appointed interiors- now at Strike It Rich prices Strike It Rich sale on Ford Explorer pickups. Save now on any Fprd Explgrer equipped with special feature; and options-like power steering, automatic transmission, even air conditioning. Test drive the pickup that works like a truck, ride? like a par. STRIKE IT RICH AT YOUR TEXAS FORD DEALER, GOLDING MOTORS $m Tfioi COW POKES By Ace Reid "Oh, thing* 9 in't bad enough with the drought, low price* and the h««t—you have to it«rt t«W guitar lessons." Make things look brighter! If you need money, see us for a loan! "For Everything Worthwhile in San Saba County Sinct 1803*' City National Bank Mtmbw FDIC 1

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