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Kerrville Mountain Sun from Kerrville, Texas · Page 13

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"A Rr.rrmllf Fnstititthn For More Than 76 Korrvillc Mountain Sun, TCerrvillfl, Texas, July 24, Turtle Creek Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cunning-IPhillips ""'I children " r . l'" us '" ham of Dallas were the we-k>n and Karl Cowden ol Kei r- Pnil guests of relatives here. I villo and Saturday were Mr. and Thev attended a conference ,..l'Mrs. H. I!. Cowden ol Victoria Mil-Ranch the first of the wcekJand Vclton ( owden of O. essa. 4. __ _ , Sunday the i.ambs attended a v, . ir n n i ,'reunion of the Childs' family T)r. and Mrs. Ray Hosier i\r,d . , daughter, Barbara, of San An- p;clo spent the week end wuli at I, Hays 1'ark. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Alderdi--. Barbara remained with the '\1- derdices for a longer visit while Mi 1 , rind Mrs. Tom Fridlin of Hui'lmnk, Cal., have arrived foi mi extended visit with her si*-- 1>r. and Mrs Laredo for a lioster went few days. Mr Yirjril Wallis and Mr. and Mrs. 1!. N. Kuhlmi;n, Mr. and Mrs. \V. I. Mcl''arln.id of Kerrville and Mr. and Mrs. Ifugo Real were the quests of Mr. and Mrs. Aime Real Sun- clay. •» ? .A. _ _ Miss Alma Flach of St. T.OMIS, Mo., arrived on Sunday lor n visit with her sisters, Minos. Aime and Louis Real and olh-'i 1 relatives this week. Mrs. Lena Muenker and daughters of Kerrville and Mi Walter Real were the quests "f Mr. and Mrs. Kddie Schmidt and Miss Marie Schmidt Sunday evening. Ilolokamp and Mi> family of guests of Iloleka;«p Mr. and Mrs. James Brotherton and daughter and M; 1 .;. Pearl Granes oT San Antonio spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. August Alhrecht and family. Guests of Mrs. A. M. r. i Friday were Mr. and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Kurt of Comfort anil Mr. Barrel Cantwell and Kerrville were tin |Mr. and Mrs. George and family, Sunday. .*. Dr. and Mrs. Earl Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. I). If. Comparette Jr., Kerrville, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Duke of Ingram were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Real, Sun- i'lay. j - —<• rs. A. Al. Lamiij iyj ls . Bradley Gardener of and Mr. and Mrs. George Lamb K t .rrville and her aunt, Mrs. • tl:l " K ,Cnx of Wichita Falls, visited Hunt Happenings Miss Klaine Werlein of IIo'i< ton, who is a counselor at Ca'iii Arrowhead, spent a few d-iy as the guest of Miss Peg;:.: l!cnson hefore camp opened. at K t >t*<* LORE 01' YKSTKKVKAK at Camp Stewart examine an Indian mound, rt-lic of Indian Kerr ('(iiinly. which oiu-c 1 roamed Breezes Mrs. Clarence Leinweber nas returned from a visit in Port by Jimmy Holton of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Jones Victoria this week. Arthur. She was accompanied home by her mother, Mrs. Her- Mr. and Mr.-. Felix Real, Jr., on man t-jji,.pp,.. Saturday. •$• -5- . w ^ Divert and Mrs. M,-. and Mrs. Lewis funmng- „. t j were ts ham of Dallas and Mr. and 1 Mrs. Felix Fisher were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Real Jr., Friday. . . . . •$. . Gospel Singing In San Antonio (iospel singing at its 'best will be featured in a three-hour Wood concert August 2 in the beau-; weber Tuesday and tiful air conditioned McAllister day of last week, auditorium of the San Antonio College in San Antonio. day night. About 30 guests were present for the delicious supper. F.lmer Wagner was in Allen last, week end when daughter, Mrs. Calvin Ne is in the hospital, having surgery the early part of week. Mrs. N'eeley is progre. .-- ing nicely. -5- Rev. Marion Reynolds and h.s family of Hellaire are spendin their annual vacation fnn. .*. Mrs. Hearne Adam:been slaying at the thony Hotel in San Antonio, has been the house guest of Mrs. \V. G. Saville. Mrs. Adams is now making her home at the. Purple Sage Motel in Kerrvil',". Mrs. Teary Alcott of Houston, who has also been the guest of Mrs. Saville, is on her way to Mineral Wells to visit her ocfu- daughter. lerburys' granddaughter, Judy Yelvington, who lives in C'lli- fornia, is at Camp VValdcmar this term. Mr. and Mis. Bryan 1 . Ariel bin y and son, Allen, mid lloy Aiterhury returned to Houston on Moiidav. Vote for Fred Is. Young for Juslice of the I'eace, Precinct Four. (Pd. Political Adv.) Ffve Fire Damages House j()n Schreiner St. i A residence at 1 ~"i Schreinri' iStrort owned I'.v .lames Klnlin "!(vas damaged by file last \Yed- V nesdiiy afternoon. Fire Chief Joe Maiigum said ll,e Idaze w;'S •slartc'l by children burning a cellowjackct nesl on the por di ,f the him :e. Although fire- i.H-n c|iiii !.!y exl inguished tlio bla/.e, some I'lre damage was M'pnr'ed to the roof of l'ie struct ure, which was partially .-overed bv insurance. Methodist Church I Mrs. K.d IJlackhiirn will sing at the morning Worship Service j ,>(' Hunt Methodist Church Sun-! Junk- '' a . v - "''*i Dr. A. D. Lemons of I yler ; brother of the pastor, will preach at the Methodist Church Sunday morning. Vote Justice Four. for Fred E. Younf? for of the Peace, Precinct (I'd. Politic-ill Adv.) Felix and in Handera week. Conrad Klein wore Wednesday of last Mrs. C. L. visited Priddy of Camp Miss Dolly Lein- Eleven New Cars Sold in County In Past Week' Eleven new automobiles were .registered in Kerr County Wednes- during the past week, according to E. II. Nichols, tax assessor- collector. All of the new cars Therapist Assigned To VA Hospital Mrs. Leon A. Warren, pational therapist, transferee'1 from the V. A. Hospital at Mt. Lebanon, Pa., was assigned to [the Physical Medicine and Re- labilitation Service at the V. A. Hospital, in Kerrville on July 17, according to Dr. J. V. Sutcn, ]hief of the Service. Mrs. Warren has been the VA for 20 years. Besides •> serving at Mt. Lebanon, she has Mi', and Mrs. Frank Thomas served at Wadsworth, Kans.; ;had as their gests this week, her Perry Point, Md.; St. Elizabeth niece, Grace Fra/.ier. and a Vote Justice Four. Mrs. Ada Gray and Sherwood for Fred Iv Young for of the Peace, Precinct (Pd. Political Adv.) Serves Texas The colorful kvvaiape of the rrmch and trail seen-, to fit Hill lilakley, who mculc 1 hir, start ia life as a woil.imv cov.'iand. He still ri<lcn ,'vid ropes with thi hands on bis r..i.,-ii ut roundup time. fcipeakinp of Ulakley's r.ervicR us U. S. .Senator in 1957, thn Dttllux Ar'ci-n said: ". . . If he was as unansuiniiu; an an old boot, it was ncvei-tlvMer.s a woll polished lbo,,t that never wobbled or wan- age, Alaska, was ()utstaiid.n:v j ,| ( , rt ,,| ( ro m its purposeful path. Air Technician for the year :'tj|,' or this m.-.u T!hi.kley is a sure;he base. He is a niember of I'M-footed man who knows exactly where he stand:; and what he believes." Te.:;.'ins IfONORKD IN ALASKA S Sgt. Dale Ilarlow of Ilifil. who is stationed at Die F.lm'-n- in ha Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stubenb Air National Guard, stationed at the Field, which is the 10'ii Air Division. The in-esentalio,. was made on a big parade and review given in June at the base. The young airman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. V e r n o n Ihirlow ,')f Hunt. will volo to return William A. Jlbklcy to the Senate on July '2f> boca-o.se he truly represents'the. spirit, traditions and views of all Texas. (Pol. Adv. i'ni'l for by Jim Hlumlell) as theii cws, Al Tom with 1 of Hondo. guests her neph- and P.ill Schiffer Hospital, Department of the Interior, Washington; Bronx, New York; Waukcsha, Wisconsin; V. A. Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.; and Rutland Heights, Mass.; Mrs. Warren is a native of Virginia and is currently living in the Nurses Quarters at the sta- censed during the The great. Plainsmen Quartet!Corn of Roswefl, N. M., were! passenger vehicles. P-' :)J here to attend funeral services were issued to: f f)1> fror Mr. Corn's sister, Mrs.i Saul r )a -|Sliuford Masters. ^. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Secrest week were Licenses of Dallas will headline the gram. Their special guest the occasion will be Jinimie vis, singing ex-governor of Louisiana, and one of the most popular singing personalities of our tion. She replaces Mrs. Denn who transferred to the State Hospital in San Antonio. Mimeograph paper, second sheets and adding machine pa- IB; were in Uvalde on Thursday for time. The program will start at a vj _ sit wilh Ml . s _ Tom Secrest. A. Cantu, 711 Hays St., per _ Kerrville Mountain Sun. Chevrolet two-door sedan. Mrs. Amm.ons Russell, 410 W. Main St., Bu'ick four-door sedan. First Presbyterian Church of _ 'ALL PLAYER HffRRV STOVE.Y 5TOLE 156 BASES DURING ONE SEASON IN 1383 ... Kerrville Locker Plant "Your Food Savings Hank" Phone CL 7-1272 211 Clay Street s p.m.. and feature gospel songs of all types and styles. __ J ------------ O -------WINS AWARD Linda Real, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Real Jr., was adjudged the most outstanding camper athletically at the fourth week session for girls at vhe Hermann Sons Youth Camp at Comfort. Miss Real won the award in competition with 78 it her girls. ___ .$. __ Buv It in Kerrville! Mr. and Mrs. Ross Snodgrcvss and children spend the week end in Clovis, \. M. __ ^. __ . Paul Bushong visited Jack McGinnis in Uvalde Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Len- weber were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bode Sunday. spent Sunday Linns. "My candidacy for the Supremo Court of Texas is cffered C.uniL^y end sincere!*/ on ths bnsis of experience. Your ccnsidercticn and comparison cf my record is invited." ROBERT VV. Mr. and Mrs. Talbot Garven spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Billy New in Odessa. FOR Supr PLACE ONE ourt nl. Ailv. Mr. Mrs. Han- and children of Kerrville the Rankin friend of her niece's, Lee Gucr- reo, loth of San Antonio. .$. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Arterbuvy had as their guests last week end, Mr. and Mrs. Roman Ai-- noldy of Houston, who are spending a vacation at Lakeside Motel; Mr. and Mrs. Waller Wf.-.'-cluI Jr., of Houston and their sons, Paul and John, who a camper at La Junta; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur La Blanch and Mr. ^ ^ ^ J..H, JJ, 1. t(U .!•.*. b^,- '.-... £111(1 (Adv.) son, Allen, of Houston. The At 1 - HOME LOANS To Buy, B«M FEDERAL'SAVINGS or Refinance AND LOAN ASSOCIATION v KERRVILLE, TEXAS son, .Tonnie, of Houston; and Mrs. Bryant Arterbury J. T, WILLIAMS Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning 416 Clay Street Phone CL 7-6085 Vote Justice I'^our. Kerrville, Chevrolet four-door sedan. Arthur Hyde, Mountain Home, Chevrolet sport sedan. Dianne Martin Baker, Beaumont, Oldsmobile sedan. Lily Aguero, Shady Acres, Buick two-door sedan. J. E. McBryde, Longvie.v, ! Plymouth suburban. C. E. Gillis, Camp Arrowhead, Oldsmobile four-door sedan. Robert Holden, 520 Overnill Dr., Rambler station wagon. Max I. Keller, Kerrville, Chevrolet four-door. Sammy A. West, 122P, Jack Dr., Cadillac coupe cle ville. _ -- <- Lions to Hold Family Night The Lions Club will hold a family night program Thursday for Fred K. Young for of the Peace, Precinct j evening at the (Pd. Political Adv.) j Camp, according | S tell Jeter. The Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Morriss, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Burleson, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Ward, Mr. Texas Lions to President group did not meet Tuesday, but will gather at, 6 p.m., at the camp to enjoy a -barbecue supper, prepared bv OF LIBERTY COUNTY and Mrs. Sproul Morriss and j Don Peters Walter Moss Al children, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Jennings, Art Maiers and J. Fossler and children and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Klein and son, Jack, were in Uvalde Wednesday and Friday of last week to deliver lambs. ^. . Mr. and Mrs. Rankin Linn and Miss Jody Linn entertained with a barbecue supper on Fri- FOR STATE SENATOR 16TH DISTRICT VOTE for LOUIS CR P _. Smith. At 7:l!0 p.m. they will meet at the recreation building TO enjoy a minstrel show, which will be put on by the campers. 4. Police Report Minor Accident A minor traffic accident at he intersection of Main and "arl Garrett Streets Saturday lightly damaged a 1951 Chev- ilet d'riven by Wayne Cobb _of ngram. Cobb's car collided with 1i)58 Chevrolet station wagon Iriven by Walter Kiliszewski, vho had pulled up to the court- sy mail box when the collision ccurred. OF SAN SABA i A Vote for CRUMP is a vote for, / Strong Capable Representation /Independent Personal Representation /Energetic Dedicated Representation For YOU and YOUR COMMUNITY in AUSTIN NO ENTANGLING ALLIANCES — NO COMMITMENTS TO OUTSIDE GROUPS — NO OBLIGATION TO OTHERS For your PERSONAL SENATOR You Can't Beat LOUIS CRUMP MID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT IV HIS FRIENDS Promote Judge Wilmer B. HUNT OF HARRIS COUNTY To Associate Justice SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS 19 YEARS IN THE PRIVATE PRACTICE OF LAW IN TEXAS 1 1 years as judge of the 133rd District Court of Harris Co.; Re-elected three times without opposition. VOTE N JULY U WILL IE GREATLY APPRECIATED PRICE DANIEL'S FIRST TERM RECORD HAS EARNED HIM A SECOND TERM: if Honesty and integrity in Austin; lobby control, reorganization of Insurance Department; Law Enforcement Commission if Better schools—higher teacher pay- local control >?;M * * * * * First statewide water conservation, planning and research program Biggest highway building program First highway safety program Attraction of new industries Old age pension increase Stiffer narcotic laws , \ * Better mental hospitals H^._ if Balanced budget—no general sales tax or State income tax jfc Protection of State's rights and local self-government PRICE DANIEL— Liberty lawyer, rancher, publisher; 7 Attorney General of Texas, 1947-53; U.S. Senator,; 1953-57; Governor of Texas, 1957- ; World War II ' Veteran; married, 4 children; member of Farm Bureau and REA. For U n i t y, P r o g r e s $ a n Pol. AilY. Paid foi- by Kerr County Friends of Price Daniel

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