The West Carroll Gazette from Oak Grove, Louisiana on March 3, 1977 · 16
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Oak Grove, Louisiana
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Thursday, March 3, 1977
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Page 16-The West Carroll Gaiette, Thursday, March 3, 1977 Robert Schrock, right, holds a pig heart just removed from a 60-pound roasting pig at Southern Meat Packers Plant here for shipment to a pharmaceutical research institute in Anaheim, Calif. These pig hearts furnish a Goodwill By Mrs. Doyle White Dial 428-3449 A recent overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Holley, was Mrs. Belle Coody, of Mer Rouge. ' Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Holley were Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Coody, of Mer Rouge, Mrs. Elaine Shevon, of Calhoun, Mrs. Wanda McElroy, of Monroe, Mrs. Carolyn White, of Alexandria. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Subscribe For The Gazette : Did 428-3207 Coptic MCMuuvit Cowawn Ail Rghts Reserved i fx. stirring Jeff Bridges Charles Grodin irtroduong Jessica Lange SoeenpbyLaierSemple.Jr Prtxlu:edbyDino)eLaurenliis DirededbyJobiGuillerrnin Musk Q)mposJ and Cordu PGimBBITW SOlOAllCt jU6StSTIDl Original sound track album Showing March 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 Admission- Adults $2.00 and Children $1.00 Box Office Opens Saturday and Sunday 2:30 p.m. Al Other Days 6:30 p.m. Show Starts Saturday end Sunday 3:00 p.m. Al Other Days 7:00 p.m. "T Mrs. Horace Odom, of Far-merville, Mrs. Nell Holley, of Farmerville and Miss Candy McDougald, of Bastrop. . Mr. and Mrs. Homer Blackburn enjoyed dinner with Mrs. Mert McCowan Sunday. Mrs. Agnes Holland enjoyed Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Porter. Miss Diane Mclntyre, who is employed in Houston, Texas, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mclntyre and Joanie. A friend accompanied her home. R. B. Richardson and Mrs. Ruth McCullough visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Whitfield in Metairie, recently. Mr. Whitfield was ill. Rev. and Mrs. C. N. Elliott DinoDeLautentiis presents aJohnCxiillenTiinhilrn 'King Kong1 fara-TsoT" mldor Aferarnourt Relrasc and lapes on Reprise Records j certain type of heart-valve that is now being used to repair heart defects in children. Since the valves are of cartlidge there is no rejection of the pig valves. (Gazette Staff Photo) and Rev. and Mrs. Frank Ainsworth,' of Monroe, were Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Madden. They enjoyed coffee with them. , Residents of this community extend sympathy to Chester Ainsworth due to the death of his sister. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ainsworth, during the past week, were Mr. and Mrs. Seymon Clark, Sandra Madden, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peterson, Mrs. Louise Benton, W. C. Ainsworth and Hershel, of Odessa, Texas, Mrs. W. E. Waters, of Mendenhall, Miss., Mrs. Willie ' Mcintosh, Pete Waters, of Magee, Miss., and Quinton Ainsworth. A We invite you to our beautiful, newly remodeled theatre for an evening of entertainment in pleasant surroundings. The New LAKE CINEMA Offering the Best in Entertainment and a Pleasant Atmosphere. Rites held for Sarah Eubanks Funeral services for Mrs. Sharah Cheeks Eubanks, 96, of Oak Grove, were held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the chapel of Kidder-Cox Funeral Home with Rev. Dale Shelton officiating. Burial was in Herringville cemetery near Monticefio in East Carroll parish for Mrs. Eubanks who died at 3 a.m. Friday in Carroll Nursing Home after a long illness. Survivors include one nephew, Buford Eubanks, of Pioneer; five nieces, Mrs. Syble Griffin and Mrs. Betty Williamson, of Pioneer, Mrs. Claude Stewart, center, with June and Trinity Stewart owns the ROSE CINEMA in Bastrop and the LAKE CINEMA in Lake Providence. Property Transfers Thomas W. Auger Sr. and Fay Williams Auger to Thomas W. Auger Jr. and Maxine Savell Auger, four acres, more or less, situated in the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 23, township 21 north, range 9 east. Consideration, $1,350. Charley Jarnevich and Mary Pat Jarnevich to Melvin H. Bedenbender and Irene H. Bedenbender, a portion of ground containing 1.975 acres, more or less, situated in the Green By Mrs. Bertie Rogers Phone 428-4295 Harry Rodgers, of Little Rock, Ark., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rodgers. On Saturday the three of them visited relatives in Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Carruth, Danny and Dewayne, of Greensburg, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Strong and family. They were all dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rogers, Sunday. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Herlevic and Jim Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. P.. P. Mullanix, of Shreveport, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mullanix and Mrs. Moddess McDonald. Last Monday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simpson had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. George Walters, of Hot Springs Ark. It had been forty-two years since they last met. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Grady Smith, of Bastrop, to Ennis and spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Ward have retruned to their home in Moore, Okla., after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ward. Florence Welch, of Min-denhall, Miss., Mrs. Joe Eubanks, of Dallas, Texas and Mrs. Mildred Tullis, of West Monroe. ' . . Pallbearers were L. C. Martin, B. S. Griffin, Merce Weems T. L. Hausey, J. C. Cawihon and Buford Eubanks. , k 1 -1 $ northwest corner of the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section 28, township 23 north, range 11 east. Consideration $4,000. Gerald Lott and FHA to Eddie C. Ernest, 20 acres more or less, situated in the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section 19, township 20 north, range 9 east. Consideration $250 option to purchase at $13,000. Mildred Dawson Stutts and FHA to Eddie C. Ernest, 60 acres, more or less, situated in . the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section 20, and the east half of the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section 19, all in township 20 north, range 9 east, less the residence of the grantor and Fannie Hill has party on 82nd birthday Mrs. R. V. Kinney honored Mrs. Fannie Hill with a party on her 82nd birthday in West Carroll Hospital February 24, at 2 p.m. Mrs. T. J. Hill baked the birthday cake which was topped by the inscription "Happy Birthday Aunt Fannie". She received several nice gifts and cards. Those present were Rev. and Mrs. Don Gentry, Mrs. Johnnie Zagar, Mrs. Lois Sandifer, Mrs. Gerald Russell, Mrs. Pete Russell, Mrs. Bill Russell, Mrs. Ivan Haas, Mrs. Ralph Sandifer, Mrs. R. V. Kinney. Cake and coffee was served to those above and the staff of the hospital. Mrs. Hill has been a patient in the hospital for nine weeks. She would appreciate get-well cards. WHAT ISA NATURALIST Amy guy WHOCAKJ ROLL SEVENS. W L Newly Remodeled from five acres, more or less. Consideration, $1,400. option to purchase for $32,000. Uar W. Osborne to Frank Calvin Crews, the northwest quarter (lots 2 and 3 and the east half of NW quarter), the north half of the southwest quarter, the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter (lot 4) of section 32, township 23 north, range 10 east. Consideration, $350,000. Joe T. Kelly to Jimmy Dale Meredith and Patsy Gayle Meredith, a lot 300 x 150 feet at the common corner of sections Home-Garden Forum Lists Full Agenda A Home and Garden Forum Thursday, March 10, at the Civic Center in Monroe will offer talks, demonstrations and exhibits of interest to both new and veteran householders. Sponsored by Cooperative Extension Service agents in 11 Northeast Louisiana parishes, the educational program will have several speakers from Extension's specialist staff, in addition to guest speakers from this area. The forum will begin with 9 a.m. registration and end at 9 p.m. Two sessions of the morning program will be repeated in the afternoon. The 7 p.m. evening session will be devoted to the selection and care of antiques and collectibles. Here is the full agenda for the Home and Garden Forum listing time, topics and speakers scheduled throughout the day and evening: 9-9:30 a.m. Registration ($1). 9:30-10:15 a.m. and 1:15 Aery I J Leon Ainsworth, Manager in - r 1 1 1 L' r i 1 1 I NT- 25, 26, 35 and 36 of township 22 north, range 10 east. Consideration, $3000. Glenn Donald Tanner, Jane Weir Tanner, Young Gervais-Norsworthy and Hedy, Holbrook Norsworthy to Ella May MacDonald Causey, a lot 60 x 140 feet, together with all Improvements, in the Park-Hill addition to the Town (rf Oak Grove. Consideration, $29,900. Tommy L. Hullaby and Mildred H. Hullaby to Lennis; J. Holloway and Ernestine N., Holloway, lot 4 of unit 1 of Chatman Estates sub-division in the town of Oak Grove," together with all improvements. Consideration, assumption of balance of $18,800 mortgage. Kaye Fitzgerald Asst. Home Economist LSI' Extension Service i- 2:00 p.m.-r- How to alter pants ' for a custom fit; Mrs. Donna , Moore and Mrs. Jackie Mitchell, Extension home' economists assigned as area clothing specialists. 9:30- 10:15 a.m. A closer look at appliance finishes,'' Bobbie McFatter, Ph.D.,1 Extension home economist' and management specialist, from Baton Rouge. 11-11:45 a.m. and 2:15- 3 p.m. Foods for entertaining; '. Ruth Patrick, Ph.D., Ex-; tension Service nutritionist, from Baton Rouge. 1:15-2 p.m. Family legal " matters' (health insurance); William P. Stewart, Social. Security Administration asst! district manager; James H." Ponder, life insurance manager; Joseph V. Morales' Pan-American Life 2nd vice; president for Medicare programs. ';' 2:15-3 p.m. Decorating with plants; Peter Glagher, Louisiana Tech. 7-9 p.m. Selection, use and care of antiques and collecf tibles; Harvey Page of the: Gazebo Studio ; and Mrs. Cora Wills of the R. J. Wills Studio'. 1 Front to Back! js t w v, m n - it

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