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8 - a Marshall News Messenger Sunday, October 20, 1 968 I , NEWS OF PEOPLE HOSPITAL NOTES BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Tedrll Bradley, Karnack, announce the birth of a son at 35 p.m. Friday, Oct: 18, 1968 at Memorial Hospital. Mr. and 'Mrs. Lawrence Hasler, Hallsville, announce the "" birth of a' son' at 7:39 "a.m. Saturday. Oct. 19, 1968 at Memorial Hospital. y, yt MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Admissions reported for T Friday and Saturday; -Wash" Roberts Sr., . 1302 5th Streets Patricia ' Ann Williams, Linden; . MrspRuljen Jones, Rt. 5; Melvin Lynn Woolen, Rt. 1; Jarque Alexander, . 709 West End Blvd.; Roy Moore, 1000 Morrison; Joseph E, Bison, 1302 Esplanade; Mrs.. Jesse Powell, Karnack; Mrs. Robert Johnson, .HallsaUft Dismissals reported for Friday and Saturday: Barry Kirk "Jordan, -1003 Revival to Open At Tatum Sunday NEWS MESSENGER NEWS SERVICE TATUM - The Rev. Charlei . Ritchev. pastor of the First Pentecostal Church, has an nounced a revival will begin at the Tatum church on Sunday - and that services will be conducted each night at 7:30 p.m. The evangelist will be Loice G. K Sparks of Shreveport. The Rev. Ititchey said, there will be revival singing and 'old-time .joiel4rcajJiini SERMONS Dr. Williams ' Services at Grange Hall Methodist Church begin at 10 a.m. each -Sunday with the opening of Sunday School Classes are held for all age croups. The pastor. Dr. Eric G Williams will have charge of both the 1J a.m. worship service and the 7 p.m. vesper hour. At the morning service the pastor will conclude his series of . messages dealing with ' "Divine" Healing". At the evening service he will present the challenge "Can You Recom mend Your Religion?" . Rev. Snell Church School will begin at 9.30 a.m.. at the Ebenezer United Methodist Church, and morning worship will begin at 10:45 a.m. with consecration service by the Spiritual Growth group. The music for all services will be arranged by Mrs. G. M. Scott, with the youth choir leading in the singing. The pastor, the Rev. Simon Snell, will preach at the 11 a.m. service Hhour-from -the- theme "Let Us Run," Heb. 12:1. The Steward Board will meet immediately after the morning service. ,. It ... t - Rev, Potter !The Personality of the Holy Spirit" is the subject the Rev. Virgil Potter will preach on Sunday morning at the East End Baptist Church. The scripture text is found in John 14:16-17. Sunday School will begin at 9:30 a.m. and morning worship at 10:45. .Eugene Boyd will be the featured speaker in the opening assembly in training union at 6 p. in. Boyd is from Longview and he represents Alcoholics Anonymous. . . Special music Sunday mor-nirg will be presented by Ralph Barham and Mrs. Huey Nichols singing a duet, "Thy Will Be 'Done." Sunday night the ehor wIH sing 'vSaved, Saved." ! The Youth Thoir will rehearse Sunday night immediately . following the Worship service. SENATE FACES WASHINGTON (AP) - The, United States Senate appears j headed for its greatest election day upheaval since the Republicans swept mto control in 1946. Unlike the election 22 years; ago, however, neither Republican nor Democratic strategists expect any sweep that would boast the GOP into numerical dominance of a Senate now divided 63-37 in" favor of the Democrats. But the infusion of new faces and new ideas could be even greater than the post-World War II turnover which saw 18 members, including many veterans, vacate their seats in balloting; th-it fravo tho CAP a not crai.ii if' 11. j in 1948 sucn nationally known Talley; J. T. Tims, Rt. 2; Frances Cleo Jones, 1504 Page; Guy Martin Jr., Karnack; Mrs. Joe-M, Hain, 3009 Pine Cove; Mrs. Felix Gibson, 107 Oakwood Dr.; Mrs. M. L. Owens, Jefferson; George Gorings III, Wiley College; J Mrs. , HarryJIartin, 2509 Madewood; Chester Underwood, 1100 S. Washington; Mrs. Ina Mae Hall, 1604 E. Houston; Mrs." Lloyd J.- EdwardsT Lone Star; Mrs. A. E. Hughes Jr., 1102 W. Houston; Mrs. Sallie, Burks, Rt. 3; Mrs. Shirley Cruse, 506 Crawford; Mrs. C. J, Needhanv 1104 E. Crockett; Mrs. Carl H. Kelly Jr., Rt. 2; Mrs, Robert N. Rather Hi, Karnack; Walter Proffer, 407 Charlotte. v t MEMORIAL ANNEX Admissions reported for Fri-itey-and-Sstttrdffyr- ; - Elsie Neely Perkins, Marshall. Dismissals reported for Friday and Saturday: Jerry Williams, ETBC; Joe Black, 201 Dean Drive; Chester Scruggs,, New Mexico. f " FUNERALS Services for John F. Watson Jr. will be held at 10 a.m. Monday from "the Colonial Chanel of the Sullivan Funeral Home.: Interment wilL.be. in Colonial Gardens. Graveside services for William W. Garrett -were held at 4:30 ip.m. Saturday at Alcoma Cemetery. Local ar- rangementsWr"tncT Sullivan Family of Funeral Directors. Services for Sirs. Undean W. Reeves will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday from the. Sullivan Funeral Home Colonial Chapel. Interment will be in the Dresden Cemetery at Dresden. There will be a service at 3:30 -n : . nm. iwnaav hi on..-umiiis Grove. Church Activities Monday ii. m . rirrf nn at Ihi WSCS I of wsley ' MelhodUf 'Church will men' In the horn Of Mrs, u. n. nmmu.i. 104 W. Morllndale, for a covered dlh luncheon. t n m Trinitu Rnatlsl Church vouna oeople will meet ro plon lor a Halloween porfy. 7 p.m. Boy Scouts No. 5 meet ol Trinity Episcopal Church. T--M nm An Arinit Seminar will be held ot 301 Hlllcrest Dr. for Indlvlduol! Interetned In the Lutheran Church, soon sored by the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. . Tuesday 5:30. p.m. Guild I of Summit Method 1st Church will sponsor a spagrwm supper at the church! per plate. o:JU p.m., wesiey nneinww vnun." choir will rehearse with Dean Zook director. 7 p.m. The Christian Men s Fellowshir at the" fhil Christian" Church-wlH meet for o chicken and dressing dinner. ""-nesdoy 10 a.m. Holy Communion will be held at Trinity Episcopal Church. 3:45 pm. St. Cecelia Choir practice win- be- held et Trinity Episcopal Church 4-39 rm. Bey't Chelr praetlce i Trinity Episcopal Church. 6 p m.Rovot Ambassodors meet at Bel Air Baptist Church. 4:15 p.m. Junior ond Intermed'atf GA's meet at Bel Air Baptist Church. 6:10 pm. Choir rehearsal will be held at the First Christian Church. 7 p.m. Family night will be held at Harleton Boptlst Church with all oraonljatlons -meetlna Brotherhood WWU, YWA, RA, GA, Sunbeams ond nursery. 7 p.m. Sunbeams meet at Bet Air Baalist Church. 7 p.m. Prayer mee'tlng Is held ot Bel Air Boptlst Church. 7:30 p.m. WSCS of' Wesley Methodisl Church will have a day of prayer ond Self Denial Program In the sanctuary presented by Mrs, H. D. Bolt. 7:J0. i p.m. Adult Choir will meet a Trinity Episcopal Church. 7:30"pm. The Long-Ranfle Plannlnc committee of the First Christian Church will meet with Mrs. Julius Brown al 110 E. Merritt. . 7:45 p.m. Adult Choir practice Is held ot Bel Air Baptist Church I p.m. Harleton Boptlst Church will hola Church In Prayer services. Thursday a.m. Altar Guild will meet dt Trinity Episcopal Church. 7 p.m. The Methodist Men of Summit Methodist Church will have fun ond fellowship In the Fellowship Hall of the church. t p m The Parish Council of Trinity Episcopal Church will meet. individuals as Warren R. Austin i of Vermont, . Robert M. La- Follette Jr., of Wisconsin, James M. Mead of New York, David I. Walsh of Massachusetts and Burton K. Wheeler of Montana either opted out or were defeated. Even before next month's bal- loting, 10' veteran senators, m-: where GOP Sen, Thomas H. Ku-cluding 6 Democrats and 4 Re-chel lost in lheprimary. They publicans, have either retired or have the safte attitude toward been defeated in the primaries. Iowa, where GOP Sen. Bourke Since the Democrats have 23 B. Hickenlooper retired, seats at stake in the Nov. 5 bal- The states in which Deino-loting and the Republicans only cratic seats are threatened in,? 11, the greatest turnover is like-; elude 5 in which the incumbents ly to come in the ranks of the party now controlling the Senate, machinery. ;izona, Florida. Missouri and While party strategists don't; Ohio: agree on individual races, it is I i-A J T v & f.-t-i''C: -''x.. li J i" v MISS PEMBERTON Abertine Greene, Miss Pember-ton High School, is shown ot.Friday night's Homecoming football game with her escort, Keith Jones. POLICE BRIEFS Drivers Are Hurt InAiufociHerlf Both drivers received serious injury, according 10 poucre, in a 3:i p.m. Ainuraay collision at the intersection of East End Blvd. and Elysian Fields. Injured, police said, were: Dr. I. P. Barrett, at Rt. 2, Box 377, and Sol Williams Jr., 40, of 102 Brimm. Police said Barrett was driver of a 1962 model station wagon which received $330 in damage. Williams' 1365 Volkswagen received $750 in damage, police stated. At 2:41 p.m. Saturday, according to officers, a 1954 Chevrolet driven by Lorenzo Moore, of Rt. 5, Box 8, received $200 in damage, and a 1955 Ford driven by John L. Moore, of Rt. 4. Box 427, received $150 in damage in a collision at the intersectien of W. Grand and Leven. Police said a 1955 owned by Bertiz Manning, of 308 S. Carter, reported stolen earlier in the evening was found at - 3:2fl-m Saturday overturned in a ditch on the. south side of W. Houston about 2(10 feet east of Ward. A 1965 Buick driven by James Willie Lee of Snyder received $200 in damage, and a 1966 riymuuui aiiveii uy wiuie nay sfr f J'J x Stowe. of Rt. 1, Karnack, uUr Landladies received $300 in damage1 in a n D -rt J! ccllusfrn on the 1500 Mock of DJ AcCOrOing5 Grand Ave at 10 p.m. Friday, A new innovation in poliUcal police stated. , campaigning will be utilized Monday at East Texas Baptist A two-car collision occurred i college at 2:51 p.m. Friday on W. Known as .iopen Grand about 100 feet west ofjspeech classes will direct ques- IN. nasiungron, accoraing lotions and statpments tn police Officers said a 1968 Chevrolet driven by Lillian Brazil Bratton, of 505 Fleetwood, received $100; be forwarded to Nixon-Agnew in damage, and. a 1964 Dodgej campaign officials, with re-driven by Sadie Muse Ford, ofjsponses from the GOP team due 22023'. Houston, - received $25; to be taped and returned to the in damage. college prior to the Nov. 5 j general election. A 17-year-old - motorcyclist According to local sponsors, received minor injury about the program is one in 1000 9:45.a.m. Saturday, police said, being conducted in the U.S. DAY OF CHANGE significant that most of their private calculations point to possibilities of overturns in 12 states now represented by Democrats and only 2 where Republicans now hold office. Democrats are confident and: Republicans downcast about the possible outcome in California, either retired or were beaten in; primaries. They are Alaska. Ar-j The states in which Demo lioff Pnoit .when his vehicle and an automobile were involved in a cession at the intersection of E. Grand and Alamo. Allen Kenneth Fugler, of Rt. 5, Box 143, qx?ratnr of a 1965 Honda, -which received $255 in damage, was injured in the mishap, police said. A 1961,. Chevrolet pickup driven by Mose Wilson, of Rt. 1, Box 246, Jefferson, received $25 in damage, according to police. . A 'City of Marshall police unit driven by patrolman James Hubert 'Cooper escaped damage, while a 1956 Chevrolet driven by Richard Grant Clark Jr., of (S'M Higgins, received $75 in damage in an accident at 8:25 p.m. rriday at the intersection of Elysian Fields and Higgins, oolice said. A 1965 Ford driven by Janice PontiaeiKennedv York, of 507 Hieh- - . j - o bridge, escaped damage, and a parked 1966 Chevrolet owned by Howard Simmons, of 206 Acorn, received $125 in damage in an accident at 4:35 p.m. Friday on a Pinecrest Dr. parking lot near S. Washington, according too . - , LCfSSeS 10 UUIZ Republican nominees Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew over I tape recordings. The tapes will cratic imumbenis apparently face stiff fights for re-election include Idaho. Indiana Maryland, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania and South Dakota. To win control of the Senate, Republicans would have to gain a net of 14 seats. Party., strategists think it would take a presidential land-! slide, which doesn't seem in tlie cflrds at this point, to give the! GOP a numerical upper hand this year. Republicans hope to build up their strength, however, for a' surge in 1970 when 25 Democrat-1 kr and only 8 Republican seats will be at stake. In that vear only Sen. John Stennis, D-Miss.. will be running from Uie traditionally Democratic Deep South. HER DREAM f FROM fX reality when she and her husband obtained the then-dilapidated structure in June, 1966. The original deed to the property, dated 1855, was recorded in 1869" The house, was bought "and furnished as a wedding gift from Col. John Lee to his daughter, Anna Elizabeth Lee. She went to the house as a bride on Janr3","1867rthe day of herwedding to John T. Pierce at the First Methodist Church. Ownership remained in the Pierce family until Mrs. Hope Pierce Tartt died in July 1961 and willed the place to the First Methodist ' Church. The Rev. Dr. L. Eugene Harris of Houston, who was -pastor of the local church when the . Elders were successful bidders for the purchase, returned to Marshall to offer the invocation at the Saturday ceremony on the steps of Magnolia HalL He is now pastor . of St. Philip's Methodist Church in Houston.- V. H. Hackney, president of the Harrison County Historical Society, presided and introduced Judge Jim Ammerman, who had praise for people such as the Elders and tneiril)ers . of the historical society who' are dedicated to the preservation of a rich heritage. Howard Coghlan of Longview presented the award to Mr. and Mrs. Elder "in recognition :iasigXiMca! preservation by the authentic and faithful restoration of Magnolia Hall." Coghlan, a director of the Texas Historical Foundation, made the presentation on behalf of Gov. John Connally and the Texas Historical Survey LOCAL, John Watson Jr. Services for John Floyd Watson Jr., 61, of 1205 St. Charles, New Orleans, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday from Sullivan's Colonial Chapel with the Rev. Roger Rishel of Trinity Episcopal Church officiating. fBwia.A.l Gardens. Mr. Watson died at 4 p.m Friday in a $ew Orleans hospital after a short illness. He had resided in New Orleans for 10 years. He was a native of Alabama, born Aug. 6, 1907. He was the son of John Floyd Watson Sr. Mr. Wateon was in the construction business. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mrs. Irene Bell Watson, who died Dec. 25, 1960. ' Surviving are two daughters. Mrs. James McCauley of Jonesboro, Ark., and Mrs. Elkworth Kingcry of Marshall; and nine grandchildren. W. W. Garrett Services for William Whalley Garrett, 77, of Logansport, La., were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the. Logansport First Methodist Church. Graveside services were held at 4:30 p.m. in Algoma Cemetery here. Mr. Garrett died Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Logansport after an apparent heart attack. He was a native of Logansport, born Aug. 28, 1891. He was the son of Alford Garrett and Mrs. Malissa Fergerson Garrett. He received his education in Logansport and was a plumber with Garrett Plumbing Co. Mr Garrett was a member of the Firrt-Methodist Church and-a veteran of World War I. Surviving are his wife, Mr. Henretta Garrett; one stepson, Sgt. Peter Sandeen of Fort Lewis, Wash; amd three nieces, eight nephews and five step grandchildren. " Mrs. Nevill Mrs. G. M. Nevill, of 200 Glenwood, Bryan, died unexpectedly Friday afternoon. Mrs. Nevill was the mother of Mrs. Paul W. Manning of Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Manning and daughter, Paula, left Friday afternoon for Brayn. The funeral services are to be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Fellowship Freewill Baptist Church in Bryan. Arrangements are under direction of the Calloway-Jones Fu neral Home in Bryan. Undean Reeves Services for Mrs. Undean Reeves, 60, of 304 W. Meredith, will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday from Sullivan's Colonial Chapel with the Rev. J. A. Chapman of the First Methodist Church officiating. Services will also be held at 3:30 p.m. Monday from the Blooming Grove First Methodist Church with burial in Dresden Cemetery. , Mrs. Reeves died at 4:15 p.m. Saturday in Memorial Hospital after an illness of several days. She was a native of Blooming Grove, bora Sept. 6. 1908. Mrs. Reeves was the daughter of John Walton Woodland, a native of Mississippi, and the former Etta Sumner, a native of Dresden. She attended public ."schools in Blooming Grove and North Texas State University. Mrs. Reeves married Henry Grady . t Committee, of which he is also a member. Col. ChesleyM. Adams, past president of the HC Historical Society, remarked that the house had special significance to him. He remembered many visits there and tang chats with the late Jack Pierce, a brilliant lawyer well remembered by many MarshaHites. Col. Adams introduced a number of special guests present from Jefferson,' Gilmer1 and Longview" These included Mildred Thompson, Dolly Northcut and Amelia Belding, chairman of the Gregg County Historical Survey Com-, mittee, and Mrs. Coghlan, all of Longview; Mrs.-Georgia LascMnger of Gilmer, chairman of the Upshur Historical Survey Committee; Mrs. Jack Bullard, chairman of the Marion County Historical Survey OMromttee, Mrs. W. S. Terry, Mrs. Palmer Haworth, A. K. Payne and Mrs. R. D. Small, all committee members from Jefferson. - -Assisting Mn -. and - Mr.- Eld?-1 in the houseparty were Mrs. W. H. Carroll of Shreveport, Mr.' and Mrs. George Quick of Baton Rouge, La., Miss Mellie Jo Williams of Dallas, Mrs. Don Gaines, Mrs. Martin Spangler, Mrs. Dorothy Rose Williams, Mrs. Lurline Smith of Forth Worth, Mrs. Uella Warren and Mrs. Larry Terrell. Adding a nostafgic note to the ceremony were the great nieces of .trie hosts, Wyndi and Sandi Quick of Baton. Rouge, La. Dressed in hoop skirts reminiscent of the era in which Magnolia Hall was founded, the two young girls distributed programs to the audience. Refreshments "Byrd of -Atlanta," Ga .TndJIKr Rul5y WTJod" Boone. Miss Winnie Ruth Miller, reporter for the HC Historical Society, arranged the tours and assisted with arrangements for the "ceremony. AREA DEATHS Reeves on June 2, 1940 in, Texarkana. She was a teacher for 32 years ait -South Marshall Elementary School and was an agent for Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co. Mrs. Reeves was a member of the First Methodist Church. Surviving other than her three brothers, TOoyd Woodland, John L. Woodland and Billy Woodland, all of Blooming Grove; two sisters, Mrs. J. C. (Lena Mae) Richardson and Mrs. Winona Moore, both of Dresden; and a number of nieces- and nephews.;3& Col. McCain ! i Funeral services were con ducted in Dallas at 11:30 a.m. Saturday for Col. R. D. McCain, 68, who for years was known throughout the East Texas area for his public relations activities and had been a resident for years of the Lone Star-Dainger- fietd area. " Col. McCain died at his home in Dallas at 3:30 p.m. Thursday after an illness of three years. The services were conducted at the Sparkman-IIillcrest Funeral Home. Officiating ministers were the Rev. J. H. Stewart, pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian Church of Dallas and the Rev. William Cheatham, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Bonham. Interment was in Hill-crest Mausoleum with military services. ' CoLMcCain had a large num ber of friends in Marshall and had visited here on numerous occasions in past years. He,-had-lived-in-Dallas 20 years. He was a brother of Mrs. Lawrence LaFoy and Mrs. Hubert Jones, of Hallsville, a numfber of years faculty mem bers at Marshall High School. Col. McCain for some time lived in the Lone Star area in Morris County and operated an insurance agency there as well as serving as a Justice of the Peace. For some years he also was in " public relations in Washington, D.C., and also maintained farming and ranch ing interests in Morris County. He was the son of the Rev. and Airs. J. N. McCain and was born in October, 1890 in Marion County. The Rev. McCain was a pioneer Methodist minister in the East Texas area. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Grace McCain; one daughter, Mrs. T. P. Votteler of Dallas; two sons, Dr. Garvin McCain, a member of the faculty at the University of Texas at Arlington and Elwyn McCain of Dallas; his sisters, Mrs. Lafoy and Mrs. Jones and live granocnuaren. Pallbearers were Emmett Goode.-Earl Franklin, LawTence LaFoy, T. J. Stovall, J. B. Burleson, Max McGee, Clarence Badt and J. G. Dalby. yt v ' John Donald CARTHAGE Services for John Ben-Donald Jr., 73, of Carthace. were held at 2 n.m. Saturday at Hawthorne Chapel with the Rev. Ollie Reed and the Rev. H. M. Dry officiating, Burial was in Antioch Cemetery. Mr. Donald died at Panola General Hospital Friday. ' I He was a native of Panola County and was a farmer. Hehe problem. It was the source was a mfmnfr nt rno Kannci -. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. were served by . Mrs. Lillian Ha'. Donald; two sons, Be" Baker Donald of Austin and John R. Donald of Dallas; two sisters, Mrs. C. W. Beckner and Mrs. W. D. Armstrong, both of Carthage; and four grandchildren. James Macon CARTHAGE . - Services for1 James B. Macon, 62, of Car thage, will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday al Hawthorne Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Charles Hall officiating. Burial will be in Bethelem Cemetery. He died at his home Saturday. Mr. Macon was a native of Alabama and a maintenance employe of the Panola General Hospital. He was a veteran of World War II and was a member of the Baptist Church. Surviving, are his wife, Mrs. Gertie Lee Macon; one son, James Lee Macon of Carthage; two brothers, Charles Macon of Dallas and . Wylie Macon of Boswell, Okla.; and two grand children and two sisters. MRS. BELL AH .WATTS Services are to be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Miles Memorial CM.E. Church .for Mrs. Beulah L. Watts, of 606 S. Carter, who died Wednesday at Good Shepherd Hospital in Longview. The Rev. E. B. King will be the officiating minister and burial will be in the W'hitaker Cemetery at Lodi. Arrangements are being handled by the Lewis Funeral Home. Mrs. Watts was born in Gregg County and was a member-of the Methodist Church at Com merce and the Eastern Star and the Court of Calanthe. She is survived by her husband, Dr. W. M. Watts of Marshall and a numfber of nieces and nephews. t it GEORGE IL BERRY Services are set for 1 p.m. Sunday at the Shiloh Baptist Church at Beckville for George Henry Berry of 1.401 South St., who died Wednesday after a brief illness, Burial will .be in the Taber nacle Cemetery Under direction of the Rambo Funeral Home. He was born at Beckville on Oct. 7, 1907 and was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Berry. He attended Panola County schools. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Jessie L. Berry; one step daughter, Mrs. Lillie P. Weaver of (Dallas; one brother, John Berry; five sisters, Mrs. Oc- tavie Roberts, Mrs. Rittie Daniel, Mrs. Ida Finley, Mrs. Aiue u micnanan ana Mrs 1 1 r - i . nieces and nephews. Fireman Found Smoke Alright SHERMAN, Tex. (AP) Fireman.C. E. .. White, was -first on me scene at a fire recently 1 .... . .. DUl ne couian 1 find the source of the smoke which filled the kitchen.. H? caUe(l for help and soon firemen filled the kitchen afeout as thick as the smoke. I One of them accidentally ooked at the toaster and solved m ?na riro ... I - - .- . ..In... -- . me smune was m fireman n niie s nouse. TEXAS FROM 1 -A ! gram. Yarborough said he will stay with Humphrey Wednesday when the vfce president visits San Antonio, Harlingen and El Paso. Connally said he had an other engagement Wednesday. "The cities are protesting he's - not staying long enough," Yar borough asserted. "That's a vic tory sign. I'm more convinced than ever that Humphrey-Mus- kte will carry Texas, and I don't beireverwni'i A $12.50 a . person historical fashion show to bolster the Humphrey campaign is .scheduled in Austin Tuesday. Mrs. Lyndon Johnson and Mrs. Humphrey will be there, and the President's youngest daughter, Mrs Patrick Nugent, will be a model. ; ..-..: In statewide races, GOP gubernatorial candidate Paul Eg-gers said at Brownwood that although hisopponent, Lt- Gov office for 18 years, "I fail to find where he has tried to solve" the problem of water shortage. - "The irony is that this is just another- problem he himself helped create through obstruc tion or lack of leadership'" Eg- gers said. . -Smith said in Austin that, if elected, "I will emphasize the total aspect of education that is vitally necessary in today's modern, technical era. of knowledge explosion. In short, it would not be fair to Texas to fail to make the vitally needed investments in all realms of ed ucation for our future." NEW DIANA j FROM 1A the enrollment constituted a need for five, additional classrooms in order to meet accred itation standards set by the state in connection with classroom size restrictions. Successful passage of the proposal called for a 10 per cent increase in school taxes for property owners within the district. The hike would have taken place in 1970. It was proposed that $101000 of the total be spent, with the remaining $24,000 being held to meet future needs of the school system. Trinity Baptist Church Is Formed Trinity Baptist Mission is now Trinity Baptist Church, fol lowing an organizational meet ing to form the church as a part of the Southern Baptist Churches , and to name church leaders.' The Rev. Roy D. Butler, pas- tory of Trinity Baptist Mission, was named pastor of the new church. Forming the advisory council to help in the organization wxre the Rev. Harvey D. Lewis, the Rev. N. M. Vandagriff, the Rev. Virgil Potter, the Rev. Delbert Milstead, the Rev. Marvin Wright and the Rev. John L., Grimes. - The meeting was requested by members of Trinity Baptist mission. At the meeting the Rev. Mr. Butler made a motion which carried to petition Soda Lake Baptist Association for membership. The petition carries with it tne intention of cooperation of the Baptist General Convention of Texas and the Southern Baptist Convention. Plans Shaped For Homecoming At Daingerfield NEWS MESSENGER NEWS SERVICE DAINGERFIELD - Preoara- tion for lEomecomihg at Bain- gerfield m h School; und way this week with painting and cleaning theold school gym where activities will center fol- lowing the football game between the Daingerfield Tigers and the Gladewater Bears. The class of Daingerfield Hieh School, 15 will be honored. AH j graduates and students are- invited to take part. . The Homecoming Court at D.H.S. announced the senior nominees for homecoming queen: Aleta Ramage, Cathie Pilgrim, Candy Walker, and Christi Simpson. The duchesses are Junior class. Martha jFomby; Sophomore Class, Lou Cornelius; freshman class.- : . . ! II II JltuU I tn 11114 ,11 be presented " at 7:20 -"..j vviuii n n p.m. preceding the game. -J !; ...i . . : ' ,i ' ,

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