The Courier-Gazette from McKinney, Texas on February 28, 1971 · Page 3
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The Courier-Gazette from McKinney, Texas · Page 3

McKinney, Texas
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Sunday, February 28, 1971
Page 3
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Sunday, February 28, 197! - McKinney Cour ier-Gazette - Page 3 Glancing Back Coming Events APR11, Wf DDING - - The engagement of Jo Murray and Richard Maddox was announced b> her parents, Mr -»lid Mrs G.C Murra\ of Routt* .1 Farmersville th- is the son of Mrs H M Maddox and the late Mr Maddox of Palestine The wedding is planned for 1 o'clock tin* afternoon of April 30 at Prinitv Baptist church in 1 armersville. All relatives and friends hi «* invited Miss Murrav is a 1969 graduate of 1 armersville High School and now attends Executive Secretarial school in Dallas Mr Maddox is emploved In 1 ast Texas Motor Freight Svstem in Dallas Hospital Wws Br idi tbv b fifty years ago -- 1921 Russell Beard of this city, line man for the Texas Power & Light Co., was painfully injured Tuesday and had a narrow escape when he fell from the top of a poleoo which he way working near Rockwall. He had finished his work and unhooked his belt to climb down, but as he started down he received a shock from alive wire of sufficient force to knock him from the pole. He fell 30 feet into an automobile truck standing close by and he landed on his shoulders with sufficient force to break the springs of the truck. No bones were broken but he was badly bruised. The Chamber of Commerce, County Agricultural agent and the Home Demonstration agent will cooperate in an anti-rat camjiaign here. Dates for the warfare will be announced soon. A nice prize will be offered for the person destroying the largest number of the rodents. Dr. R. E. Morrow of Lucas was looking after business here Friday. He said general health conditions m the large scope of his territory where he; ractices has been good, and that his practice has been the lightest in several years. He expressed regret that no pike road connected I liras with McKinney and other leading towns in the county. VV. p. Griffin of Quannah is visiting Ins brother, F. M. Griffin at Foote. He owns some good farm land and ranch property near Quannah. President < arl I. Howland of the MrKinnev lunior C'oil* »■ is on an extended trip to Oklahoma, Colorado and ( aliforma in the interest of the McKinney educational institution, McKinney Ml I have a real style show March 7 and 8, the merchants of the it % having already made arrangements with the City Federated clubs to stare the event. I lving models will be selected from * ell known s<x lety girls.Young men and children will also Trot White, a pioneer citizen of White’s Grove Community, was run down by an automobile in front of the J. P. Dowell store Monday. His collarbone was broken. William Locke and MissVir- gie Rutledge were united in marriage at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Robinson at Clearlake in the presents of a few friends. Rev. F. G. Rodgers, pastor of the Baptist church, officiated. Mrs. Maude Powell has returned from a visit to her niece, Mrs. Edgar Anderson and family at Texarkana. C. L. Miller, who has been living on the G. I. Wilcox farm south of town, has moved to Grayson county to a farm belonging to J. D. Samuels of McKinney. B. A. Gilbert of this city has accepted the agency for Grayson county of the United States Fire Insurance Co. State headquarters for the concern is in McKinney. Jerry Herndon, Dr. R. A. Largent and others residing on Graves street have waged war on rats which had taken refuge under the barns. When the battl e was over 31 dead rats were left dead on the fiend. Mrs. J. ( . Erwin, president of the ( lty Federation has called a meeting to plan the forthcoming style show. JAMES RAY POPE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Pope of McKinney celebrated his birthday with a family dinner on Saturday. He was eleven years old James’ grandparents areC al Pope and Albert Gracy, both of Weston. iJSA SUSAN BRYAN is a year old Sunda\. Feb. 28. She is the pretty little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bry an of Plano and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs Bernie Bryan of \nna and Mr and Mrs. Jack Johnson of Plano. SUNDAY Junior Highs of First Baptist will have afterchurch fellowship in the home of Cathy Lee Sunday night. MYF Council meeting and snack supper at 6 p.m. at P irst Methodist School ot Mission and snack supper at First Christian church, 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Lev. and Mrs. Glenn Bridges former missionaries inSouthAmerica, guest speakers. All ages invited. Bob and Hattie Mae Dale will be honored at open house Sunday from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at their home, 1505 N. Morris street. The occasion is their 50th wedding anniversary.A11 relatives and friends are invited. Youth of Trinity United Presbyterian Church will sponsor a spaghetti luncheon Sunday noon in Fellowship Hall of the Church. Tickets $1 for adults; 50 cents children. Make reservations at church office or from members and sponsors. Proceeds for building fund of United Dav Nursery. Dr. Wiliam R. Wilson, Director of Christian Relations, Austin College, Serrnan, will occupy the pulpit of the First Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Choir rehearsal at 9:15 a.m. Young People of First Presbyterian leave the church at 6 p.m. for Dallas to hear Austin hoir in the Preston resbvterian Church. MONDAY Baptist Young Women meet Monday. Hudson Baptist Women meet Monday evening with Myrtle Kerby for a Royal Service program. TUESDAY Texas Educational Foundation, Inc. and McKinney Job Corp Center for Women Community Relations Council announce a Fourth Anniversary reception in Bldg. 15 at the Center Tuesday from 9 to 11 a.m. Mrs. R. P. Lands will be hostess to Circle I at 9:30 a.m.; Circle 3 meets with Mrs. Marie Stevens at 6:30 p.m. The monthly business meeting of the Business and Professional Women’s Club will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Town House Restaurants. Women’s Missionry Union meets at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at East Christian church, Mrs. Sarah Duncan, hostess. Open house at J.L. Greer school Tuesday trom 7 to 9 p.m. PTA Meeting at 6:30 p.m WEDNESLnY Fellowship supper at First Baptist followed b\ rutilar meeting of teachers, auxiliaries. prayer meeting and WEDNESDAY Circle 4 of First Presbyterian church meets at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Virgil Smith. Daughters of Bethune Social Club and Civic club meet with Mrs. Wilmerine Wattley at 7 p.m. Wednesday. McKinney Home Demonstration Club meets at 9:30 a.m. in Lone Star Gas Co. building. THURSDAY Mockingbird chapter, Texas Poetry Society meets at 7 p.m. at Red Cross Chapter house. CWF Group 3 meets at 7:30 pm. at Senior High Dept, of First Christian church with Mrs. Reno Huddleston and Mrs. Bennie Dugger as hostesses. Tyrolese club meets at 7:30 p.m. with Willie Mae Boorman. Collin Memorial Hospital Auxiliary meets at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, March 4. P. Huey, hospital director will be the speaker. The nominating committee will report. The courtesy Committee is Mrs. Gilbert Garland, Mrs. Clint Aaron and Mrs. Bryan Berry. Open house at Junior High School in observance of Public School Week All patrons Yocati BAi i. at M--F depart m« VETBALL nney High it of high ('olle Hall Dalla Birth j ni- X à (K n id r K. East Christian church in charge of services at Parkview home Sunday at 2 p.m. Donut F ry Sunday night at East Christian church follow mg evening services. world Lay of Prayer, di rted b\ Church Women Unit , Friday. M^rch 5 at 10 a n \\ -sley Memorial United Min- tikert. K. G. McCain has been m<irle ( hairman of a commit tee i to work. with the club womenin ; lan rnn*.’ the event. Alton G. .niter, f armers Branch r. M. Hughes Sr., Prosper C W M a r sha 11, McKinnev V rs 1 » el Goff, McKinnev H r li .*. rs, n( >na Id N *j,Aell .inri hab\ Ciri, M the parent.' fa : >n, t. r, born Mondav. Hi ents Mrs* Hilda M< Kirînev and Mrs Fisher Fencing Company FELIPE VARGAS JR., son of Mr and Mrs Felipe Vargas, 1001 F Standifer Street, ts celebrating his fusi birthday sunday. Feb 2-S His grandparents are Mr and Mrs 1 ouis \v ila of Mckinney and Mrs Maria \ argas of Da 1 las >i ¿1! SWF 2 meets with Mrs. C. P. Legate at 3 p.m. Mrs. Florence Sparlin is cohostess. Circle 2, First Presbyterian church meets at 3 p.m. Monday at f hurch. Chain CiriR n n rj Redwood * r enee txepair • Mi tftes I ine^ I ------T"| Illumini III» mu....mi 542-3642 McKinney SIDEWALK SALE 8AVil%G FROM 30% TO 50% ANO MORE HK\S DEPARTMENT SHOE DEPARTMENT GIRLS DEPARTMENT LADIES DEPARTMENT VAL TO 71 17 Only SUITS. Famous Brand SHIRTS Arrow SWEATERS 35 1/2 00 PRICE 050 10 “° Ail Weather COATS l ip**Outlining Iniire Slock JACKETS Mens - Young Men PANTS Values To 12.00 12 oo TO ]F 1/2 PRICE 099 One Group Ladies SHOES- Ladies Orion 1 oo LdUIC5 Ul lull HOUSESHOES 700 Req. 4.50 ___ ___ ____ _ £■ 599 799 3 Reg. 4.50 Mens LOAFERS Values To 14.9 i . Mens Famous Brand SHOES Values To 24.45 Boys BOOTS Values To 8.95 - 00 Mens BOOTS 1/2 PRICE SWEATERS R KNIT TOPS Reg. 2.98 Sportswear DRESSES SKIRTS — - Girls PANT SUITS Reg. 14.99 DRESSES - 2 1 1/2 00 50 200 - 500 9" PRICE OR L E SS BOVS DEPARTMENT JACKETS 2 To 7 — CP 0 SHIRTS - Boys PANTS Boys SWEATERS Reg. 8.95-5. 3»» « 1/2 2 PRICE 09 DRESSES DRESSES Famous Brand SPORTSWEAR Pants. Toes r 8 50 1/2 PRICE 3°° IO00 One Group PANT TOPS Warm ROBES L on a-S he SWEATERS Regular 4.00 T o 10.00 - 3 00 1/2 PRICE 900 TO 5 “ HUNDRED OF OTHER ITEM FROM EVERY DEPARTMENT PR ICED AT FRACTION OF ( 0%ST

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