page 8 — McKinney courier-gazette — Friday, october 20 , 1967 Funeral Rites For Mrs. Brown Held Friday Funeral services tor Mrs. W. F. (Maty) Brown, 95, were held at 11 o’clock Friday morning at the Weston Baptist Church, Rev. Ross Bourland, officiating. Burial was in the Mugg Cemetery. Mrs. Brown died Wednesday in a Corsicana Nursing Home. She resided in the Weston community most of her life Surviving are three sons, Leslie Frank Brown of Longview; John J Brown of Atlanta, Ga , J. Weldon Brown of Houston; daughters, Mrs. Naomi Moore of Dallas; Mrs. C. N. (Nona) Applewhite of Ft. Worth; Mrs. Walter J. (Ruby) Davis. McAllen; Mrs. Vemie (Willie) Neil of Sherman and Mrs Becky Fifer of Van Alstyne and a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren. CAR WASH SATURDAY Young People and Intermediates of the Victory Baptist Church, are sponsoring a car wash Saturday. James Alexander and Sue Alexander, captains of the sponsoring groups, announce the money - making project will be held at Dickerson Car Wash on Highway 75, at >he comer of Short Street, and begins at 10 a m. They will charge $150 per car and serve cold drinks while you wait — one to the car Watchtower Study Theme | Charles Triplett will be the speaker for-the public address, sponsored by Jehovah’s Witnesses here Sunday at 9.30 a.m. He will discuss the subject “Does the Bible Really Contradict Itself?” Watchtower Study at 10:30 a m. Sunday will follow the theme “Finding Freedom with Jehovah’s Visible Organization”. IKE ILL Minute Sermon Moreland Homecoming Set Oct. 22 Resident* and former residents of the old Moreland community are invited to attend Homecoming festivities Sunday, Oct 22 at the Blue Ridge Civic Center. A basket lunch will be served at the noon hour. WASHINGTON (UPI) - Former President Dwight D Eisenhower is suffering from a non cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland but no surgery is indicated. Walter Reed Army Medical Center announced. A hospital spokesman reported that Eisenhower was in good spirits and “is up and around " Eisenhower entered the hospital Tuesday, travelling by helicopter from his Gettysburg, Pa., farm ■7 Rrr. C*H J. >>|>n (Psalm Chicken Roast The Methodist Church at Verona will have the annual chicken roast Saturday evening, Oct. 11. The menu includes chicken, baked beans, salads, pickles, coffee, tea and dessert Plates are $1 50 and proceeds will be ised for the benefit of the church. Plano Soldier Serves In Korea CAMP CASEY, KOREA- Elbert R Weaver Jr., 20. whose parents live at 810 Ave. N, Plano, Tex , was promoted to Army Sergeant Oct. at Camp Casey, Korea, where he is serving with the 7th Infantry Division. Sgt Weaver, a squad leader, is assigned to Company A, 2nd Battalion of the Division’s 31st Infantry He entered the Army in June 1966 and received his basic training at Ft. Polk. La. His last duty station was at Ft. Lee, Va He is a 1955 graduate of Plano High School. wuuaour kctu* m pamkso«*«# colo« ALSO Food Guide The following guide to the nation’s food buys for the weekend was prepared by the Department of Agriculture and Interior for United Press International. College Funds WASHINGTON (UPI) - Total federal support to colleges and universities during fiscal 1966 was $3 017 billion, according to the American Council of Education The increased suoport. ud from $2 287 billion during 1965, reflected increases in such payments from all but one of the departments and agencies of the government which account for more than 95 per cent of all di- WASHINGTON (UPI) — Weekend food shoppers can replenish their stores from ample displays of meat and poultry and fruits and vegetables. At fresh produce counters in most areas cabbage, lettuce, onions, and potatoes should be abundantly available. In some areas, cauliflower, squash, and sweet potatoes should also be in that category. Apples are also in excellent supply and so are grapes. Broiler-fryer chickens continue to be good sources of economi cal protein while ample supplies of beef roasts and steaks, and bacon and ham should make food shopping relatively easy. Frozen fish fillets and steaks are in good supply in most areas. PRICE ARGUMENT LUXEMBOURG < UPI) - A two-day meeting on European Common Market farm prices broke up Tuesday night with sharp differences apparent between Italy and the other five member nations Sources said the Italian delegation opposed suggestions of feed gram price increases J>e- cause they would increase the cost of Italian beef production A RIVER ; “There Is a river. . . H:i). This is a positive fact: ‘There is a river.” The world is full of uncertainties. Life: its riches, joys, adversities — they came and go! Those we clasp the closest often flee the soonest. But no power on earth or Hell can stem the great tide of this River. It is the River of God’s grace, freely given to truly repentant sinners. Its source springs from the heart of God; the broken heart of the Lord Jesus Christ and Him crucified helped to swell its waters When we think of the great impact of our natural rivers when they are out of bank, and out of control, we remember a tremendous force, ever driving on defying man to stop it To acknowledge this is to recall to mind that the River of God’s grace is without compare. In what direction is its course? From the highest height to the deepest depth, through the darkest slum it flows, and through the lowest haunts of vice Thousands of “diamonds in the rough” have been rescued, cleansed, and saved by the washing in this River of God. It brings full provision from God Himself into the most dreadful places of a wretched, ruined world It’s capacity? It cleanses completely — washed sin altogether away! You can throw into this blessed river your lifetime burden of sin and have it carried away to the “Sea of God's forgetfulness’’ never to be remembered against you anymore. Its purpose0 The purpose is to “make glad the City of God.” What rejoicing when the sinner comes voluntarily to this cleansing stream! God and His angels rejoice over the one sinner that is saved. our loved ones gone on before rejoice — are “glad”. This River of God's grace is an ever - flowing, expanding, enlarging, .source which flows out from under the throne of God You may have access to it today Let the words of a beautiful chorus become real to you “Oh River of God. flow down on me Oh River of God flow out from me Oh River of God, so full and free, Oh River of God flow down on me!" Plunge in today and be made complete. BEATLES MOURN LONDON (UPI) - The Bea ties attended a memorial service at the New London Synagogue Tuesday night for the late Brian Epstein, who discovered the singing group and managed them in their rise to stardom. Epstein died A.g 27 from a drug overdose CLAIMS GOOD HEALTH PARIS (UPI) - The Elysee Palace has vehemently denied a British news broadcast which said President Charles de Gaulle was suffering from hardening of the arteries and that his health was “causing concern.” MCKINNEY DRIVE-IN THURSDAY THRUSATURDAY THEY ALL TALK, FIGHT, AND LOVE, JUST ONE WAY... E under-aged... over sexed . kick-happy thrill-hungry. always reckless and willing' TEEIMGEH enne DEBS ALSO THE VISCOUNT | AGENT FOR H. A. R. M. MAI * 0 * ST 90 W H ¡estrt RITZ SUNDAY AND MONDAY GI ORGI SII VI NS THE GREATEST STORY EVER IOI D 00 » 0 î*Y WcGüOK « *•*' t Because of the anticipated heavy demand, we suggest you buy your admission tickets in advance to guarantee you a seat at the performance of your choice. JQ*M *MY*f M Tftt CUtM« CU'JOf WU« M Mtrwi m Grtt! Admission $1.25, 90c, 50c, Two Shew* DaÜy 2;00 Ir 7:00 McKinney * GENTRY'S I STEAK ! Allen HOUSE ALLEN, TEXAS SA 7-3326 ALL YOU CAN EAT $ 1.00 MONDAY FRIED CHICKEN J Exit 24 Gentry'* Steak House r z TUESDAY ENCHILADAS WEDNESDAY FISH h PLANO " I Children Under / 10...50c I I * J All Orders Served With French Fries, Hoe Rolls j J & Butter. % _ Bring Entire Family fir 1 J Enjoy Home Cooked Food Family Style. vmi Gentry s F«mou« Stab, To Order, fervW WMi Ukmé P*. *■*>—» N«t Roll« * Butte*. M m « At Mww Prie*. CONTEST FINALISTS— Over 140 boys competed in the McKinney Punt, Pass and Kick Contest, sponsored by Fischer-Doyle Ford Sales. The first and second runners up in each contest received trophies, as did the age group winners. The winners will compete in Sherman Saturday to try for a chance to perform in the Cotton Bowl later this year, Second and third place winners are pictured above Front row, from left — Ricky McBride, 2nd in age 12 class,- Ruben Armijo, 2nd in age 13 class; Dennis Dobbs, 3rd in 8 year old class; and Bill Stewart, third in Age 10 group; bock row, from left — Jeff Mmshew, 2nd in Age 9 group, Terry Holley, 3rd in Age 9 contest; Billy Brown, 3rd in Age 12 group; Anthony Perry, 2nd in Age 1 1 class; Chris Bergman, 3rd in Age 11 Class Winners not pictured are Jesse Conner, 2nd in Age 8 class; Danny B-nion, 2nd in Age 10 class; and Leonard Evans, 3rd in Age 13 contest. (Courier - Gazette Photo Daddy, aman came and took your chair away today. How else would a four-year-old explain the results of his mommy's COIRIER- GAZETTE Waul Ad? Daddy's pretty glad, though, for mommy promised him she'd use tin* money to huy him a new ehair. But Daddy didn't ex- W pect results so soon! Things like this happen fast when yon dial 512-2631 and ask one of our courte ous girls to run a Want Ad, Results come so quickly, you sometimes don't even get a chance to sit down!
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