Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on July 10, 1969 · Page 13
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 13

Brownwood, Texas
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Thursday, July 10, 1969
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ANB tdtJi SOCIAL SKURITY 12=36 Prl«lfiM4 Si 6ft <** fcft&l* DAILY TV Thursday SCHEDULE AFtER*f)t>* A N'lOttt f 14 IROWNIWOOD BULietlN fhursddy, July 16, ]9&9 (CHANNEL 13 ON CABLE) V) That fiirl 10 'iuiding Light <!0 ./ecrst S'orm 30 EOgs of KliS"' -'f General Hospital .30 Mi- Ed 7" CBS N»>w? no Let's Vake « Ossi .10 The Man From U N.C.L.E. r;n BfwilchPd 3n N»ws -.0 Ani-nsi Wor'8 00 TS4 30 Annnsl .00 Th» 00 M(W1» 00 £in»i Edition M«*S H I *•* r' fh» Unrt (0 Mn« 'A'ool of Americ KRBC-Tt (CHANNEl ) OH CABLE) VOfl Love li a w»nv SoienaafW Thin t 30 Edge nl Nipht a no AM LioK'ett^f 1.30 Guiding t. iah» 5 00 S«r.rei Si-»orm 3 00 House Party S 30 Mf\ns 4 00 Ciiliiqan's islsnS 4.30 Dark Shsdnws £ 00 News 8 00 T his n Tom J-inss 9 00 It Takes a Thief in ~i rj» w « *r.a A'pati-- 10 30 Joey Bishop 11 30 Si^n OH 1 CO Man Hunt 1.30 Sign Off KRLD-TV (Oiannel 4) (CHANNEL 4 ON CABLE) 1:60 Davs ot Our urv« 1:30 T'he Doctors 2 00 Another World J:30 You Don't Say 3:00 The Match Game 3 25 News 3 30 1 Life to Uv» 4.Wi Dream Housn 4:30 Dating Game 3:00 The King Family 4:30 Daniel Boons 7:30 lronslo> 8:30 Dragnet ?:00 Dean Martin 10 HI Nations New« 10:30 tonight KTVT-TV (Channel ill (CHANNEL 1 ON CABLE) 1:00 Gsllopins Gourmet 1.30 Peter Gunn Z.OO Sta Hunt J.25 Lucille Riven 2:30 Whlrlybirdi 3.00 Ripcord 4:00 The Three Stooges 8, Friends i 30 Batman 5:00 Cisco Kid i 30 ry/iligrit ^one 6.00 Wells Fargo *.3Q Western Hour 7:30 Dr Kildare 7 30 Perry Mason «;30 Hitchcock Presents ».0l> Movie WFAA-TV (Channel »' (CHANNEL 5 ON CABLE) I-00 Nrwiy w«r veme 1:30 Dating Game 2:30 One Lite to Llv* 3:00 Dark Shadows 3-3C Dt«Hr>9 to' Doiisrn 4:ji Paul Harvey Comments S;30 What's My Line? «: 7 7 E » 10 11 11 12: 11: 15 12 Centner :30 Flying Nun .00 That Girl 30 Bewitched :00 This it Tom Jones 00 It Takes a Thief CO Channn t New* :00 Rona Barrett Show :05 Joey Bishop Show :30 News :40 FBI :41 Living Prayer 42 Sign Oft wio iowti Friday MORNING KTX5-TT (Cbaimel «) (CHANNEL 1! ON CASLE) 3:55 Sign on 6:00 Sunrise Semester 4:30 in-Farm-Ailon 7:00 \Veath«r 7:05 Morning Newi 7:34 Morning New* I 00 aoiain Kangaroo 9:00 Lucy Snow »:30 oeveriy Hillbillies 10:0u Andy ot V>ayb*rr» 10:30 Dick Van Dvk, 11:00 Love of LH* 11:25 News 11;30 Search For Tomorrow 12:00 Newt 12; li Sheila Rawu Show I Mi Weatner 12:30 Ai Th* Worio Turn* KRBC-TV (Channel 9) (CHANNEL I ON CABLE) I; 00 today 1:Vi Hsrrv Hot? J:li Devotions 9,00 It Takes Two 9-25 News 9:30 Concentration 10:CC Personality 1C:"-'. Hollywood Squirt* 11:06 .'eoparcly IK' SO Eve Gu»«i 11:55 News 12:00 Netws and W»»th«r 12:16 Santty Chaw*' U.-30 Yoy'rt Putting M« On KRLP-TV (Channel 4) (CHANNEL 4 ON CABLE) 4:30 Sunns* Semester 6:30 9lacfc Heriteg* J.W News 4no J;00 Th« Lucy Show 1 'JO Beverly Hlimllll** 10:00 fhe Andy Griffith 10:30 Ol« Van Dyk« 11:1»U>V» pi Ll»» 1 1 -<i CBi N*ws !V.iCi $«»rch for lomerrw IS: , )J:30 AS Worio rurnt V (Channel ID (CHANNEL ] ON Sign On Mentation* New* Slam Ban? Thwn/ Bpmp«r Cioorjn Jack La Lawn P. p.. Q. Girl T*l% Mprnins *t th* Movies 4:J8 \;V #:5P I -DO 8, -30 |;W ?:30 10:00 J0:30 12:30 Carloon Carnival {Channel 8) Reel McCoys t '24 tJif W& . 640 Dialing tor Do««r» „ _^ w C««,rt «* Ators Male® Home Here After Wedding in Austin AUSTIN — After a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shannon Ator will be at home at 1007 Main St., Brownwood where Mrs. Ator will be a sophomore at Howard Payne College this fall. The couple married Monday, July 7. at 7:30 p.m. in the Hyde Park Baptist Church with 'the Rev. Bob Edd Shotwell officiating. the hride. daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. E Fant of Austin, is a graduate of Austin High School. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shannon Ator, 3704 Firs! St., Brownwood. A graduate of Brownwnod High School, he is currently employed by Candy's Dairies. AJtar Decorations The altar was decorated with a single while Doric column, topped with a large basket of white gladioli, flanked on either side by baskets of polished greenery The altar rail was outlined with white votive candles. White satin bows marked the family ppws. Mrs. Alex Hamilton was the organist .loel Mathis sang "Because" and "Wedding Prayer." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore her mother's wedding gown which was styled of ivory heirloom satin with a V-shaped neckline, fitted bodice and V-shaped waistline The neckline was outlined with softly gathered white lace which also fudged a flouncp around the waistline, following the V t,o the end of the cathedral-length train. Her fingertip-length veil was fashioned of white re-embroidered lace, and was attached to a circlet of white flowers arid net. She carried a cascade bouquet of white chrysanthemums aftd polished greenery. Maid of ttoflot Miss Patricia Fant. sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a floor - length dress of white lace over deep orange with bell sleeves. The empire waistline was belted with forest green velvet streamers, i She carried a nosegay of russet! chrysanthemums and' greenery. f a ring of small orange and green j flowers held her headpiece of range net. j Miss Cynthia Fant. Sister of! the bride, served as bridesmaid! and Miss Laura Ator, sister of) the groom, was junior bridesmaid. Their dresses and nosegays were identical to those of Revival Starts Sunday Night At Area Church The Rev. Larry Martin of Central Baptist Church of Brownwood will be the speaker for revival services at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in the Holder community, beginning Sunday. Joe Wayne Byrd. song director at Central Baptist Church here, will be in charge of music. Prayer services will be held each evening at 7-3(1 followed by worship services at 8 p.m. The revival will continue through July 20. according to the pastor, the Rev. Everett Yeilding. the tnaid e? honor. .Jerry Stubblefield of Brownwood served his cousin as best man. GrWmMrien were David Ator of Browftwood brother of the groom, and Raul Garcia, also of Brownwood. Ralph Houston of Brownwood and Alfred Fant, brother of the bride, ushered. Mothers' Attlfe The bride's mother wore a pale orange knit dress with while patent accessories and a corsage of white chrysanthemums. The bridegroom's mother was attired in a brown dress with sheer brown and beige doi- ted coat and bone colored accessories. Her corsage was white chrysanthemums. A reception, immediately following the wedding, was in fellowship hall of the church. The bride's table, laid with white re- embroidered lace over deep orange, was centered with a large basket of while gladioli highlighted by forest green and deep orange colored feathered arrangements. Appointments were crystal and silver. The three-tiered wedding cake was decorated with orange rosebuds, and topped with a miniature bridal couple, flanked by white doves and wedding bells Miss Kate Pelton of Austin served the cake and Marcel Elkins, aunt of the bride, presided at the fruil punch service. Miss Patricia Fant, sister of the bride, presided at the bride's book. > For going away, the bride chose a white lace dress over orange. Her accessories were white and her corsage was fash-! ioned of white chrvsanthemums. MRS. ROBERT SHANNON ATOR . . . church ceremony THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY LISTED BELOW IS ONLY A FEW OF THE OUTSTANDING BUYS Electric Bean Pot west Ben d 4-Speed Osterizer Blender Silex Ice Cream Freezer Electric Proctor Toaster w«« OSTER ELECTRIC Can Openerer and Knife & Sissor Sharpener Presto Verticle Broiler Presto Professional Hair Dryer Kindness 20 Hair Setter Kindness 14 Hair Setter Oster Pro Model Hair Dryer Raycine Home Hair Cutting Set Presto Knife Sharpener & Can Opener Philco Ice Trays Decorator Lamps , Westbend 30 Cup Peculator Sunbeam Sprinkler 3 Qt. Stainless Steel Mixer Bowl .. $14.88 $12.88 $5.99 $12.88 $16.88 $17.88 $18.88 $15.88 $21.88 $11.88 99c $12.95 53,83 S2.88 99c electric Scissors e«»t*ry OP^M $2*88 JOE BANNER COMPANY 414 IN DOWNTOWN BROWNWQOD AVE. PIAt own AREA PERSONALS i Mrs. Janie Graham of Piru, 'Calif., formerly of Bangs and Brownwood, is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. G. Sweet of Bangs' and other relatives. i Mrs. Graham was accompan-' ied by her nieces. Misses Johnna ' and Linda Engelbreit of Woodland Hills. Calif. They plan lo j visit in the Bangs area for ano-, ther week. I and Sammy of Temple, Miss Jan Yates of SMU in Forl Worth and two of her college friends. Mrs. Jess McDaniel and Ed Carr of San Angelo and Mr, and Mrs. W. E. McNatt of Rochelle. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Coughran of Richland Springs. Weekesd guests in the home )f Mrs. Nellie McKinnerney of lichland Springs were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Yates of Leesville, La.. Mr. and Mrs. Garland White Visitors in the home of Mrs. |C. B. Wood Sr. of Richland Springs during the July 4th holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Long of California, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wood and children of Marlin, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wood Jr., Debbie and Sharon of Elm ', Grove and Jerald Wood of Mis- |souri and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Houchins of Brownwood. j Area Personals ! Mrs. Beulah Walter of Lake•wood, Ohio visited her cousin, 1 Mrs. Elsie Price of Blanket. Mr. and Mrs. Kennith Clark and Kerrie of Jennings, La. visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Price of Blanket and attended the Davis family reunion. fiy HELOlSfc Dear Heloise: Hie caulkifig around the bathroom sink kept trying to mildew Ss the result of being wet all the time. j took a bottle of liquid porcelain repair that comes with a little brush and painted the caul- kiti|. 1 let it dry then added another coal. it stays pretty and white and | the water runr right off. Most hardware stores have bottles of porcelain repair. A Reader Dear Heloise: I'm sure everyone knows what ] a chore it is to clean an oven i However, over the years, this i has been made easier by spray j cans. j I loved the spray cleaner but i 1 was having to inhale too much of the vapor when cleaning the oven. This made me choke and cough. 1 finally solved (his problem by I using a ski hairband that is elastic and closes with a snap i Would you believe it 9 I put it J over my nose and mouth and i finished spraying the oven in no , time flat with no coughing or ; sputtering! Angela Could also be used to spray paint. You're a sweet pickle. Heloise LETTER OF LAUGHTER j Dear Heloise: ' Wouldn't we be a sight if nature let our feet grow out, in proportion to the weight we take on??? i Mrs. M. Albrecht Dear Heloise: : When I went into the Job Corps, I had no luggage to take with me. • I went to a thrift store and ; bought second-hand luggage — i picked the ones that looked the i best but still left a lot to be ! desired. i So I bought adhesive-backed ; paper and covered them. They i look like new. j Thought this would help others j who need suitcases but really can't afford the. H. all were soft as fresh marshmallows except the ones on ihe bottom. I stirred them up arid sure enough that did the trick. I'm still looking around. Surely there must be other uses for the marvelous little bag. Mrs. E.K. Dear Meloise: We dearly love to see our | children and their friends play j with the tether ball in our yard, ! but the constant bare circle in Uhe grass made the yard look so unsightly. My husband solved the pro- j blem by gettin an old tire, placing a short piece of pipe in the ' center and then filling the space with cement around the pipe. The tether ball pole can be stuck in the pipe and no matter how hard the ball is hit, the pole will remain stable. And the tire can easily be tipped on its side and rolled to different places in the yard, thereby saving the grass. In fact, it can be used on thp driveway or patio if you have no lawn. Mrs. N.A. Dear Heloise: Instead of trying to read the cup markings inside a coffee pot, which can sometimes be i pretty hard to see, we bring the i water level to a conspicuous point. I The top of the spout inside, {or a rivel where the handle is j attached, is perfect. ! Then figure how much coffee is needed for that amojunt of ; water and then always use this ; casy-to-see marker. , All you have lo do each time i you make coffee Is remember how much coffee was used. M. J. Copyright. 1969, King Features Syndicate, Inc. JDear Heloise: | I've found that a tea bag has : many uses. For instance, hung | by its string from the lid of a brown sugar container, the dampened bag will completely i soften the sugar, no matter how Mrs. Winger Leads Program At Santa Anna SANTA ANNA (BBC) Mrs. Lura Winger led the program "Tea Time in Pakistan," at Monday afternoon's meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First United Methodist Church. The meeting was in the educational building. Those participating in the program were Mmes. W. B. Griffin, 0. A. MRS. EDMOND WHEELESS . . . senior recital Voice Recital Slated Friday Mrs. Edmond (Linda) Wheeless, voice student of Mrs. George Baker, and senior at Howard Payne College, will present her senior voice recital Friday at 8 p.m. The program will be in the Bell Clubroorn, Walker Memorial Library, and Mrs. Wheeless will be accompanied by David Lowe, a graduate of HPC. The recital wilj include groups of old English arid contemporary English songs. Also, an Italian group and four songs from the German "Liederkreis" by Schu* mann. Mrs. Wheeless will receive a bachelor of music education degree at HPC In August. Review Given HIGHLAND SPRINGS (BBC) —Mrs. C. {. Munsell reviewed the book, "Prayer-the Mightiest Force in the World," at a meeting of the Woman's Mis* sionary Union held Monday at 3 p.m. in the First Baptist Church. PQCT0RS ELLIS & ELLIS (or 646*8778 pr Kikki Miller Weds Spencer At Texas City j TEXAS CITY - Miss Mkki Gayle Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Miller of Texas City, formerly of Brooke- j smith, and Robert Dale Spencer { exchanged marriage vows in the I West Haven Church of Christ. | The Rev. Horace Darden of- i ficiated for the candlelight cere* I mony before an archway decor- lated with pink flowers and I greenery. : The bridegroom, son of Mr. i and Mrs. Marvin- Spencer Sr. jof Barling, Ark. is a graduate | of Texas City High School, and [attended College of the Main| land. He is serving with the I Armed Forces at Fort Penning, jGa. ; The bride was also graduated {from TCHS. She was given in marriage by her father, Her A« line gown of Chantilly lace was i accented with seed pearls. The i fitted bodice featured a scooped ! neckline and bell sleeves of lace. I The chapel train of lace depend* i ed from the back neckline, Her bouffant veil of illusion was anc- chored by a cluster of fabric flowers, lace and seed pearls. She carried a cascade of or! ehids and feathered pink, carna- itions trimmed with lace and | greenery. < Mrs. Donna Brundjge of Chi! cago, 111. was her sister's matron of honor. Bridesmaids were tana ; Miller, sister of the bride, and (Joy and Gay Spencer, sisters i of the bridegroom, Carol Spen! cer, sister of the groom, served I as flower girl. j Sandy Spencer was his brother's b#st man. Groomsmen i were Tun Spencer, Jack Jiendejv | son and Hank Darden. Harvey Bean and Johnny Smith ushered. The coyple will reside in Fort , Qs- may be redampened as necessary. j I've, also used it to soften mo- i lasses cookies that I had baked a bit too long. Again worked 1 beautifully. j After two such successes, tried ; it on marshmallows that were hard as rocks. Guess what? It worked again. On the third day After a short business meeting, Mrs. Winger and Mrs. Hardy Blue, hostesses, served cake i and punch. ! Others attending were Mmes. iArch Hull, Joe Baker, R. A. Brooks, 0. L. Cheaney, Cennie >Ladd, Miss Xuma Myers and ; Misses E. Lee and Ruby Harper.

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