The Llano News from Llano, Texas on August 3, 1961 · Page 8
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The Llano News from Llano, Texas · Page 8

Llano, Texas
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Thursday, August 3, 1961
Page 8
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TMAt. TMUMDAT. AUtUtT I, MM UstRHes George MAKES MONEY! There are times, or seasons, when many businessmen need additional fund* to increase their profits. In such situations, local businessmen find, at this bank, an attentive hearing and a sincere desire to cooperate. Sound commercial and industrial loans are an .important opportunity for us, as well as the borrower. Come in when we can help. MOORE STATE BANK LLANO, TIXAS T. J. MOOM> ALLIN S. JOHNSON, Vic* PrMi*flt MAC MUTTO. Cafthto MIMMR FIOIRAL DIPOSIT INlMKANCi CORPORATION . George Alexander Fraser Jr., 68, a resident of Llano for almost •II of his life, died Wednesday of • heart attack While working here as a granite cutter. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Buttery-Waldrope Funeral Home with the Ret. Hugh Walter Sanders officiating, and burial will be in the Llano Cemetery. Born March 22, 1903, in Scotland, Fraser came to the United States and to Llano at the age of four years. He was married July 19, 1934, to the former Ima Belle Wimberley in San Angelo. Survivors include his widow; four daughters, Mrs. Alvernia Reed and Mrs. Bonnie Freeman of Llano, Miss Evelyn Fraser of San Antonio and Mrs. Geraldine Stephenson of San Angelo; son, G. A. Fraser of Llano; mother, Mrs. G. A. Fraser Sr. of Llano; sister, Mrs. Helen McDougal of San Angelo; two brothers, Bill Fraser and Leslie P. Fraser, of Houston; eight grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Pallberers will be John L. Sullivan, A. E. Crenwelge, Walter Bauer, Clive Stovall, L. B. Turbiville and Harris Idol. NIWS MOM Tow OARDflN PARTY HONORS INDIANA VISITORS BUCHANAN DAM — Hichael Doll of Richmond, Ind., was honor** at a garden party and buffet supper Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. ixwis Murchi- *on. Flower arrangements of multl colored zinnias and marigolds decorated the tables. The serving table was centered with pink roses and lilies of the valley. Mrs. Doll, with her daughter, Michaelle, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marks and will leave for home next week. NIWTONS TO MOVI KTNGSLAND—Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Newton are planning to move to Ft. Worth in mid August. Their son, Andy, has been a Llano High School student and the first president of the Kingsland Youth Fellowship. He was injured in an automobile accident at El Paso early in June. were in Austin Tuesday on bust ness and for Mr. Strachan to have a physical checkup. Mr. an* Mr*. IMto Rwiton «• spending their vacation visiting in Rosenberg, Carmine, and Victoria. Mr*. Jack PktMy and frM* daughter, Kathy, visited Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Alexander. Mr. and Mr*. R«y Hwikl* and children of California spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Henkle. Mrs. T. D. Oray returned hemt Sunday from a visit with her father, J. C. Silvers, in Morton. Charlie McCermick «f Pht«nt*, Ariz., visited his brother and sis- terin-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Me- Cormick, last weekend. Johnnie Ann Musel of Odessa is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mead, this week Mr. and Mrs. Ouy MeLerrwi have moved back to their home in Voca after being employed at Cedar Point Lodges for the past two years. Mrs. Lucy C«wan «f Amarlll* and Mrs. Cora Allen of Llano visited Mr. and Mrs. T. J. McCormick Sunday and Monday. Max and Larry Altxandtr visited Mr. and Mrs. Monty Alexander in San Marcos from Monday until Wednesday. MOMLIYS RltURN MOM VACATION TRIP CAfTBLL-The Katwl Moset«y family has returned from • vacation trip to the north central states. In Chicago, they attended a baseball fame between the White Sox and Yankees; in Newsy- go, Mich., they visited their aunt, Mrs. Ben KMMH and daughter; in Oakland City, Ind., they visited Mrs. Moteley'i sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Byler; and in ft Knox, Ky., with her niece, Major and Mrs H. O. HMrtey; and with friends in Florissant, Mo.; returning by Shreveport, La., where they called E. A. Albenon, a former Castell resident; and they also visited A. R Holcombe in Oklahoma. WAOfS NAVt tUMTt Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Wade have been Mr. _ and Mrs. Clyde Southworth of ftweetwater and the Southwwth'a son Mid daughter-in-law, S/Sft. and Mrs. James Southworth and fMMty «f San Marcos. Mr. Clyde Southwerth Is Mrs. Wade's brother. Sft. South worth has recently returned from Arabia where he has been on s special assignment for It months; he will now be stationed at Bergstrom APB. Other guests in the Wade home have been Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Williams of Colorado City who spent the weekend there. Jeanne ftatltff and Vickl Vlr- dell visited last week in Pecos with the C. J. Whigham family, former Llano residents. MRS. PRANK SOWtLL •ivis LAWN «mn BUCHANAN DAM-ttTl. Sowell entertained wUh a town and canasta partjr Tuesday afternoon. Quests weft Mmes. Dt« Carter, Payne Lovett. MnaMart, Elmer Power, Louis MtraUaan, Edward ftterrett, George Moore, Joe Carlson, Carl Lewis, and Harry Mallett of Lake Victor. ORAYS RITURN PROM WISTIRN STAT1S Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gray and children, Sandra and John, have returned from a vacation trip to New Mexico and Ariaona. Among the points of Interest they visited were Grand Canyon, the Petrified Forest, Indian pueblos, and volcanic craters. SHOP AT SYSTEM GRO. HINDIRSONS RITURN Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Gibbs of Bryan have returned from a trip through the Ozarks, visiting Eureka Springs, Ark., America's yttle Switzerland, and Branson, Missouri, the Shepherd of the Hills territory. They reported a delightful trip. 3rd ANNIVERSARY SALE Prices Slashed on All Appliances in Store! AUGUST 4 THROUGH AUGUST 18 ALL PRICES REDUCED! Washers — Dryers and Combinations Refrigerators — Freezers Gas and Electric Ranges Dish Washers Disposers CHECK OUR LOW PRICES DURING THIS SALE! The Right PRICES MARKET Th« Right STAMPS FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY SPECIALS The Washer that Dries! RCA-Whirlpool Washer-Dryer Regular $539.95 AJTA A A NOW, with trade - $47U.UU RCA-Whirlpool Refrigerator Model HC-12T—Regular $359.95 NOW, with trade - $280.00 ALSO A WIDE SELECTION OF GOOD USED APPLIANCES Easy Terms Available Deck's Butane Gas Co. Sugar Pounds pound Ice Cream, Candy's Catsup, Snider's Gallon 4 for .69 .59 Beets. Libby's 5 for .59 Pickles. Libby Sour or Dill f i Crackers, Nabisco pound .59 .25 Coffee ANY BRAND Pound .63 Jello, 6 for .49 Miracle Whip, Krafts .49 V1ENNAS, Rath's 5 for IM CAT FOOD Friskies 8 for 1.00 Tomato Soup, Campbells .10 Hawaiian Punch. 46 oz. 3 for 1.00 Cantaloupes. Only .10 Each Crisco 79 MARKET SPECIALS Hams. Auge's Boneless .75 Hamburger 2 pounds .79 Cheese Longhorn pound .49 Llano, Texas Bacon, Hormel pound .60 System Gro. & Market SUMS w* SIH GREEN STAMPS DiuMi stuns DM I

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