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Kerrville Mountain Sun from Kerrville, Texas · Page 11

Kerrville, Texas
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Thursday, July 10, 1958
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"A RprrrWfi'tntMttttlnn For More-Than 79 Yetin* A Kmvnie*Moimtnfn£Sunr Kerrville* Toxav July • 10,-1958: r ind the strength for your TKFMTV HAI'TfST cirrucii lihi" I'.i-ll Hnail T)r. (.('mi I!. Pjilterson, MinistYV Jdhn \V. Mc'Kay, Music and Kducatinii 'Mrs. Willis Binton, Church S•><'. FIRST nAPTIST CHURCH Washington at Bnrnctt KPV. 1). \,. Anderson, Pastor Darrell (irice, Music and Education Thursday—7:30 p.m., Silvan Gibson's Sunday School Class will meet in the Fellowship ;Tfall; 7:00 p.m., Play Nijrht for all Intermediates and Youm? Thursday. July 10 -0:!!0 a.m., Circle A ill Mrs. Win. Penny, 2H2 "A" Slrci-t; !>::',<> a.m., Circle I! in Fellowship Hall; 7:!IOJPeople of the church. We will p.m., Visitation program; 8:15 ,meet in the Youthhaven Buihl- p.m.. softball, Trinily ISaptisl. ' ing. vs. /ion I,ullH-r:ii) al t'enler Sunday— Sunday School, 9:45 ST. PETER'S Ef'ISCOl 1 CHURCH Cor. Main and St. Peter Sts, Rev. Wm. P. Weeks, Rector Toinl. Sunday Sunday School; Morning Worship nance of the Lord lie (il)sci'vrd); 7:0(1 ing Union lioui", S:00 p.m., Evening Worship; 0:01) p.m., Youth Fellowship. Monday. July M 7:00 1) .m., n.m.; n . m . ; Morning Worship, 10:55 Calendar for week of July 10 to July 17— Thursday — 7:00 a.m., Holy Communion; 9:00 a.m., Holy Communion; 9:30 a.m., Adult Leadership and Church School Teachers Training; 7:30 p.m., Prayer Group. Friday — 9:30 a.m., Leadership and Church Teachers Training. Adult Schoo i): 15 a.m.,! n . m . ; Training Union, 6:45 p.m.; 11:00 :<•Hi./Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. (the ordi-i Monday—7:00 p.m., Associa- •; Supper lojfinniil Brotherhood meeting at p.m., Train-;Sunset Baptist Church; 8:00 _ ., „ Church League .softball FalT "'y Sevvlce ' Morning Pray- Saturday — 9:30 a.m., Junior choir practice and swimming. Sunday — 8:00 a.m., Holy Communion, sermon; 9:15, WORSHIP TOGETHER THIS WEEK NOTRE D/\ME CATHOLIC CHURCH Corner Main and Washington Rev. Allen M. Black, Pastoi Hunt Happenings Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Winter of Houston were at their homo here lust week nncl had ns their guests Mr. and Mrs. F. Hardcastle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harder, Mr. and Mrs. B. Hign- tovver and Mr. and Mrs. Tnvn 'McDonner, all of Houston. Schedule of Sunday Masses: 0:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., and 6:00 p.m. Confessions on Saturday from 4:00-6:00 p.m., and from 7:00- i):00 p.m. The Notre Dame Altar Society will meet on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in St. Henry's Hall. All members are urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Smith Jr. and family spent July 4th week end at the Smith home on the North Fork. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. have as thHr guests Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Henderson, John Vci'beek and Mr. Hendrickson All of Houston. Locals T)r. and Mrs. T.con Patterson' Col. and Mrs. Harold S. Ila!- havi? announced the birth of a'sled have as their guests this son, William Duane, who was!week the former's cousins, Mr. born on July -1 at the Peterson'and Mrs. Charles [[aisled and The Southwest Texas School .Memorial Hospital. Dr. I'attcr-'dangliter, Miss Myra. of Kini- of Evangelism meets at Mount son is the minister of the Trin-'hnll. Nebraska. Miss Barbara Wesley this week and will be iit-'Hy Baptist Church. tended J).v conference Karin Kinsel on a scholarship. The A. J. Prices and the Duke Larson family of Pharr were at their home at Cedar week. Cliffs lust Mrs. Elmer Wagner has returned from Austin where she 7inv I ITTHFH \x rillTRril was called, due to the illness, ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH,^ ^ ( ,, u|ghter) M ,. s virginia had as their guests last week. Methodist Church The MYF is planning a Youth Activities Week. Contact has been made with the members ;;f| the Work Camp at Mount \Ves-j Y» nd P !irt ' nt%s ; ley and a date will soon be an- t ' un ' Saengei. Miss Darlene Allan is visiti'uv relatives in La Pryor this wee!;. Mrs. Raymond Atkins ley nounced. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blackburn Malsted, who is attending the .summer session at Texas T.-ch in I.ubl'ock, will return next week to spend the rest of [lie summer with her parents. ___. ..<. son, R. A., of Dallas, spent the 1 MY. ad Mrs. Billy Ed DatiL-'s week end with their parents ami o f Houston spent the week en 1 with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom F. Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. Ar-' p.m. game, Point League First Baptist vs. Center at Center Point Field. Association^] Sunset l!:i))ti.-t; Scouts. • the at FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, ' v SCIENTIST Woodlawn Ave. and Florence WIJL1-: MISSIONARY CHURCH 152.'! Water Street C. K. Pondry, Minister Sunday School at 0:'lo a.m., Ttev. L. Carlisle, Supt.; preaching at IO-.-I5 a.m.; evangelistic service at. 7:!!0 p.m. Prayer and praise service on Thursday at. 7:.'iO p.m. A hearty welcome to all. Ruv II in Kerrvillc! VOTE FOR er; 11:00 a.m., Morning Prayer. Cor. Sidney Baker and Burnett G. S. Kuhlmann, Ph.D., Pastor Thursday—3:00 p.m., Esther Circle at the home of Mrs. H. Neeley. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Crouch and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haden. Mr. and Mrs. O. I!. Doss and children of Corpus Christ! spent the week end with their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Mamie Doss. Mr. and Mrs and children of Alan Sorensnn Waco spent th ' At the Staub home last week end were the John Staub Srs.,| Mr. and Mrs. John Weston of Sunday—11:00 a.m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; Wednesday at 8:00'p.m. Reading Room in the Church iis open Monday and Friday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.; and on ; Wednesday from 7:00 to 7:15 i p.m. ' From Oalalians will be read |the Golden Text (3:26, 27): "Ye are all the children of God by faith in Christ Jesus. For as many of you as have been baptized into Christ." Monday — 9:30 a.m., Adult Leadership and Church School P-™ Teachers Training; 7:30 p.m., Vestry Meeting. Tuesday —• 9:30 a.m., Junior choir practice; 9:30 a.m., Adu'.t C Weber Mae Drive- at 8-00 t ^ le <J°h n Staubs and family and Houston spent the week end at IOUIS CRUMP STATE SENATOR District 16 *£ r 21 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS LAWYER AND BUSINESS MAN Christ have put on Leadership and Church School Training. Wednesday — 9:30 a.m., St. Anne's Sewing Bee; 9:30 a.m., Adult Leadership and Church School Teachers Training; 7:30 p.m., Senior choir practice; 7:30 p.m., Boy Scouts. Thursday — 7:00 a.m., Holy 'ommunion; 9:00 a.m., Hoiy ommunion; 9:30 a.m., Adult Leadership and Church School Teachers Training; 7:30 p.m., Prayer Group. , softball game ity Baptist Church at Center Point Field. Friday—At 8:00 p.m., Church Council meeting; at 8:00 p.m., softball game with Church of Christ at Ingram Field. Sunday, July 13 — At 9:00 a.m., Worship Sei-vice; at 10:00 a.m., Sunday School and Bible classes; at 6:30 League Banquet newly confirmed. with Trin-l 1 ' 16 Charles Callerys and fam- EMMANUEL GOSPEL CHURCH Corner of Clay and Barnett Walter E. Sattler, Pastor Sundays — Sunday School at 0:-15 a.m.; Morning Worship •Service, 11:0; Pre-Service Prayer groups, 7:15 p.m ICvening Service at 7:45. Wednesday congregation- wide prayer service at 7:45 p.m. Friday, Young People's preparatory service at 7:45 p.m. We welcome you at our church. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Washington at Jefferson Rev. Troy Frazier, Pastor Thursday morning, July 10 Women's Missionary FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Richard G. Ryan, Pastor Sunday—Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. (nursery); Edington Class, 10:00 a.m.; Morning worship service, 11:00 a.m. (nursery); Senior Fellowship, 7:00 p.m. Tuesday — Session meets in the parlor, 7:00 p.m.; Boy Scout Troop 155, Scout Hall, 7:30 p.m. Seniors representing this church at Camp Huaco this week are Rita Edington, Merilyn Wagner, Marion Koch and Terry Real. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 1180 Junction Road Rev. Powell A. Smith, Pastor 0:00 a.m., Council. Friday evening, July 11—7:45 jThere is a nursery p.m., special time of prayer, j smaller children. Sunday, the services ar<; Bible School for all ages at 9:45 a.m. Bring the family and stay for the morning worship. for the I School, 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship, pie's ffeli.stic. Service, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 13 — Sunday The Morning Worship and 11:00 a.m.; Young Peo- Service, 6:30 p.m.; Evan- Communion at 11:00. Theme: 'A Soul to Let". The Business Women's Fellowship will meet Wednesday Wednesday evening, July 16'evening at 7:30 at the home of —7:45 p.m., Bible study. Visitors are always welcome. Come and worship with us. HOME LOANS To Buy> Build y^ HIM. VAJUIXl BC»..'.£/ FEDERALSAVINGS or AND LOAN ASSOCrATION KE RKVILLE, TEXAS Mrs. Austin Stone. Boy Scouts meet each Monday evening at 7:30. OAK PARK BAPTIST CHURCH C. E. Price, Minister p.m., Luther honoring the ily, all of Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dabney and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dabney Jr., spent the 4th at the Villa, coming from Houston. the N. (1. Cummings ranch here. The David Peake family spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Journeay. No Damage Rsults From Four Fires •Grass fires kept firemen busy„,,,„, „.. c during the week end when they j Gregg, while here. were called out three times to KERRVILLE REVIVAL CENTER 513 Gilmer Street 'S. S. Akers, Pastor Sunday School, Morning Worship, a.m. a.m. 10:00 11:00 Evangelistic Service, 8:00 p.m Mid-week Prayer Service, 8:00 p.m.; Prayer Band Thursday at 3:00 p.m.; Young People on Friday at 8:00 p.m.; Saturday night service, 8:00 p.m. Come and visit us. You will be a stranger but once. We welcome you. Mrs. Ria Gable Houston with the flew from Pat Doughertys and entertained a large group of friends during the holiday. 'Mr. and Mrs. William Slater have returned from a visit with relatives in Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Meredith of Houston have as their guest Mrs. Meredith's mother, Mrs. Wilkins. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m.; Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday night, 8:00 p.m.; WMU will meet Thursday at 3:30 p.m. The Rodman Saville family of Houston, the A. H. Hedd family of Midland and Mr. Hedden's mother are guests of Mrs. W. G. Saville this week. I week end with their parents and [grandparents. Mr. and Mi.-:. iFred Fawcett. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. McDonald spent the week end with relatives in Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Clemlenin of Alice were here last week for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Hill Oliver, and her family. T!u>y also visited Mrs. Clendenin's relatives, Dr. and Mrs, W. E. extinguish burning grass and weeds. The firemen answered an alarm Sunday afternoon to the' v j s jt living quarters in the rear of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Schaeffer have returned from an extended Gwenttte's Beauty Shop, 315 Earl Garrett Street, where a pan of grease in an electric oven had caught fire. The small blaze was extinguished without damage. Three grass fires, all of which were controlled without property damage, were reported on the river bank across the highway from Glen Rest Cemetery Saturday afternoon, on Junction Highway outside the city limits Saturday morning, and on a vacant lot on Jackson Road Thursday morning. Buy It NOW In Kerrville! in Washington and Ore- rear of'gon, stpoping in Omaha, Neb., SETS TO CHOOSE FROM ~+C¥('ltAu1 ' V FULMER1) July Seat Cover Sale "STARDUST" SUN-PROOF FABRIC LINE. Was $39.95 $32.50 NOW ONLY _. THE CLASSIC LINE Was $27.50 NOW $22.50 BEAUTIFUL most popular cars as low as FIBRE for $14.95 Has Surprise Party Miss Teena Plummer, who observed her 13th birthday anniversary last week, was tne honoree at a delightful party when Mrs. W. A. Plummer Jr., was hostess in the garden of her home on West Water Street. The guests were invited to a "come as you are" breakfast, and the varied styles of dress in which they appeared formed a delightful part of the entertainment program. Breakfast was served at quartet tables in the garden. Entertain With Informal Dance •Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Johnson Jr., of Houston, who are spending the summer in their lodge on the Junction Road, entertained with an informal party Saturday evening. Dancing on the terrace was the principal diversion for the evening and about 40 guests from Kerrville and Houston were in attendance. Marriage Is Announced Mrs. Ana L. Swing has announced the marriage of her only daughter, Florence May Swing, to Daniel Joseph Hayes of Houston. The marriage was solemnized in the St. John's Methodist Church of Houston. The bride is a graduate of Tivy High School, attended the Nursing School at the University School of Medicine in Galveston and received her degree in nursing from the Dominical College Santa Rosa School of Nursing in San Antonio. She has been employed in a Houston hospital for the last year. H^r husband is the son of Mrs. Lillian B. Hayes and the late Mr. Hayes of Houston. He WAS graduated from a Houston high school and the University of Houston. He is employed in the main office of the Southern Pacific in Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chapman have returned from a several months stay in California. They are leaving soon to visit with some of their children and grandchildren in Wisconsin. They were accompanied by then- granddaughter, Sue. The Loyd turned from dale, Ark. Mitchells have re- a visit to Spring- The Paul Melson family of Hurst spent their vacation here, being here for the Fourth. •*• Mr. and Mrs. Robert Armand and daughter, Lynn, of Louisiana are spending their vacation here. • Call Russ Warner TYPEWRITER SALES & SERVICE 105 S. Adams St. Ph. 875 Fredericksburf, Texas For free demonstration on the Victor Automatic Printing Calculator, Smith-Corona Electric & manual typewriters. Also the new Sniith- Corona Electric Portable Typewriter and the new Victor Check-out cash register. 28 years experience in service. Factory representative. nroute home. Mr, and Mrs. H. T. Paul an.l daughter. Miss Julie, and Mrs. Lydia Rawlings and son -.vill leave this week end for Lake Charles, La. The Pauls will vi-<it Mrs. Paul's sister, Miss Constance White, and Mrs. Ra lr lings will visit her son, "Topper", who is stationed there. Rev. and Mrs. Richard Ryan, accompanied by his parents of Seguin, will leave next week for Rochester, Minn., where the elder Mrs. Ryan will enter Uiu Mayo Hospii ! for surgery. KERR COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. Weston Building Kerrvillc, Texas Dependable Abstract Service Abstracts accurately compiled from our complete title plant, Accurately Copied PHOTOGRAPHICALLY. Mrs. W. A. Lochte, Manager REPRESENTING STEWART TITLE GUARANTY CO . PHONE CL 7-5203 Phone CL 7-4544 SMITH FUNERAL HOME Serving the people of the Hill Country for more than 50 years Air Conditioned Ambulance Service Oxygen Equipped "Your Confidence Our Sacred Trust" Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Plummo.r The Impo'a Sporf Coupe wtlh Body by Fh/iLT. £vor/ vvi/idow of every C/ievy is Safe/y Plato C'ass. I'SK Ol'R EASY PAYMENT I'LAN — SAVE Here are 59 reasons why Chevy's *58's biggest seller! 58 reasons would have rounded things out nicer, we admit. But the extra reason is the most important of all— you! We invite you to look over all of these fast-selling features. But w if you're like most people we know, you'll just plain like this new Chevy—and that'll be reason enough to want one! REITER'S CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH IMPERIAL Rip Van Winkle Couldn't Sleep *itt NaggingBackache Now I You ran Hot thu fast ivliuf yim ncec: from imuKinK backache, ht'iuliiche unn muscular lu-hcs und pains that ofton caiist ix'sUi'ss niuhls anj miscrutilu tiri'J-oui fuL'liiilis. Whi-n these tliavomforts I'liim- u\- with over-exertion or stress ami strain -you want relief—want it fast! Anothei disturbance may be mild blaiMur irritatioi following wronk- food ami drink—often sut- tinsx up a restless iiiK'oinfi>rtable feeling. 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AUTOMATIC DRIVES 'I\ik.e it chuh'd nf sntniit/.'i'r- /£& Powerglide*^- 4r»jSr---&-or Turbogf id e', the only triple-turhini; trans- -tone color-keyed fabrics BRIGHT NEW COLORS BRAND-NEW SUSPENSION SYSTEMS Take your (tick —all-new Full Coil suspension . . . or a real air ride.* No other low-priced gull-wing gltimor, crank-operated reHtipanes, polished lacc/iier finish or Saf:ty Plate CLiss all around! BIG FISHER BODY FINE POINTS *Oi>tii»uil ill cj-fni cnxt. America's host buy — CHEVROLET America's s-jllorl Look ihi'M 1 feature-, over one liy oat- al your Chevrolet dealer's — (lieu add llirni ii|». You loo will then decide you gel (lit- lit'sl liny on llie ht-sl seller! Air Conditioning-lempercilures made lo ordor-for all-wealher comfort. Gel u dsmonslrationl See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer ________-__ 200-208 Sidney Baker Street Phone CL 7-6121 Kerrville, Texas '

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