Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 5, 1967 · Page 2
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 2

Brownwood, Texas
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Tuesday, December 5, 1967
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SUltltfM tu&iiJay, foe. i, John Wood Given Honors for Work (SEE PICTURE ON PAGE i) Approximately 350 persons crowded the National Guard Armory Monday night to pay tribute and laud 30 years work by John Wood, district chief for Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept. Instigated by the Brown County Sportsman Club in conjunction, with its annual fish fry, the event came as a complete surprise to Wood. 0. F. Etheredge of Waco, representing the Parks and Wildlife Dept. an information education officer, gave a brief history of the 30 years of service completed by Wood. In part, he said, "John Wood has been game warden of this community for years. He assists wherever and whenever he can with all kinds of youth activities. He drives miles to rural schools to show pictures of wildlife for instruction and entertainment," He told the gathering about Wood's church work, his interest and participation in the Boy Scouts of America program. •Etheredge reminisced about the "good old days" when Wood fcegan his work as game warden. Climaxing the history of his work in the county, Harry Cannon, newly elected president of the Brown County Sportsman Club, presented Wood a lounge , chalf 6fl behalf of the Civic ! clubs and the people of Browfr 1 wood. ! The chair was accepted by I the honored guest and to the ! amusement of those who watch- I ed him, he demonstrated its juse by reclining and relaxing j in the chair, apparently pleased with the gift. [ A plaque was also giveii and Ian announcement that a drill press was ordered but had not arrived in time for the presentation. Master of ceremonies and introduction of Etheredge was by W. W. (Bill) Jamar. News Briefs By tttE ASSOCIATED PRESS SEOUL (AP) - Two South Korean fishermen were killed | and five others seriously injured j today when a North Korean ! shore battery sank a South Ko- 1 rean fishing boat off the east coast, the South Korean Defense I Ministry announced. A Seoul radio station reported three other : fishermen were missing. j The ministry said the fisher- irnen wefe hafvesting sea cu- i cufnber just south of the ex:er- ! sion of the military demarcation I line between North and South HOSPITAL • YU, Ave. * teiiianiuiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniiiiiiHiHiiunitiiiiiiiiiiraintmiiiji (EDITOR'S NOTE: Ififofma- tion for this column feleased by authority of patient of relative.) MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ; Admissions Thursday | Brownwood — Mrs. Ronald T. :Ellis, 1607 Highland Dr.; Jesse iMcHan, 1304 Morris St.; Mrs. Melvin Case, 1800 Vine St.; Mfs. i'linker James, 1417 Ave. J. | May-Mrs. Addie Giliihan. Santa Anna^-Claud Alvey. Dismissals Thursday Brownwood — Mrs. Josie Cok •- Mfs. Maggie M. McLeffan, 4001 Austin Ave.; Mrs. lone Cahill, 1400 Brady Dismissals Saturday firownwood — Mrs. Lois Winifred Wesner, 1101 iftna St. Admissions Sunday Brownwood — • Mrs. Bessie Alma Stewart, 701 Ave. G; Mrs. May B i 1 b r e y, Apt. 9, Park Homes, Dismissals Sunday Brownwood — Mrs. Maryj Phone Firm Fetes Veteran Employes Southwestern States Telephone Co., Brown wood division em- ployes wefe hofibred at an awards dinner at Riverside Motor Motel Monday flight. Eleven employes who have fe- tircd since 1965 were honored. they were Clemmie B. ,Mader, assistant traffic supervisor", Bellinger, with 19 years; Vera Mills, cashier, Brady, with 35 years; Blanche V. Await, oper- alor, Brady, With 32 Louise Carries, operator, wood, with 23 years; Marie E. Scruggs j cashier» Ballinger, With 37 years; Marion M. (Jot) Gore, clerk, Brownwood, with 23 years. Brflwnwood Bulletin i. Life OuriSi* .morning 6» SRo'vyij' PUfiLlSHlNO CO.. p. o. 8s, Sax 3«y, "06b, 1118, 8r6wW«(d,, T«x« «801. Sicoml clisJ posta'Bt *t Srewrtwood, Ttxas. cfiAia W60DSON. Pu6nih«r NORMAN FISHeft, Edffar . _ 6Y CARRIER BY WEEK: « centi. BY MAIL lft th* foMowlns countijj) eisfisna, Erath, Comar,cb«, Mflli, Sift S«bS, McCulloch, with 3d years service Who wefe honored included Ofa . E'thel Muggins, operator, Bfovto-j «**$[• ^ _ wood; Marvin E. DeHay, ^- ™ &*«**«?* *£«**»?• fl. , , cuoch, Col«hi»ii <nd Brpwh J15.SO o*r yean to -he u«e for publication of ail clude , • j lined to -he u«e for publication ice foreman, Brownwooa, ana thft |OC8 | ntw , published heroin James P. Hadley, senior com- binationmafl, Brady, Two employes With 25 years service who were honored in- rights newt S. Harris, exn LIKE NEW!] Complete Body Straightening & Paintin? HOLLEY CHEVROLET Ft. Worth HWT. Ph. 645-6601 City Dads Call Paving Hearing A public hearing on the proposed paving of First St. between Wood and Ave. X will be called, city councilmen voted this morning. Howard Wilson presented a request that the street be paved. City Manager John Clary told councilmen a total of 1.251 feet of paving is involved and property owners representing 726 feet of that have signed a petition requesting the action . Council Accepts Bid on Carpet A bid of $795 for carpet to be installed in the new city hall was accepted by city councilmen here this morning. Bid was by Texas Furniture Co. Other bids included $792.30 by Morris-Holmes and $837.50 by Higginbotham's. The carpet will be installed in the council chamber, mayor's office and city manager's office. Five injured men were rescued by another South Korean boat, the ministry said. OTTAWA (AP) — The House of Commons unanimously approved a first reading Monday of a bill greatly expanding grounds for divorce in Canada. i Along with adultery—now vir- ' tually the only grounds for divorce—the bill lists bigamy, ; physical or mental cruelty, so- i domy, bestiality, rape, homosexuality and permanent marriage breakdown as grounds for 1 divorce. I! requires one year of residence before divorce to keep Canada from becoming a "quickie divorce" haven. The bill must clear two more votes in Commons and then be approved by the Senate. ier, 1116 W. Baker St.; C. 0. j Frances Chfane, 303 East Over-i construction foreman, Brown iHerndon, Rt. 3; Mrs. Ronald drive: Pablo Dela Cruz Flores, j wood, with 24 years; Josephine - ~ "' -" '• Melanc, operator, Brownwood, with 33 years; Perrilla J. Adams, teller, Brownwood, with 19 years; Wiley L. Henry, stockman, Brownwood, with 26 Vincent IT. Ellis, 1607 Highland Dr.; m. 3- Alfred E. Wyatt, 1310 ;Mtt. Flossie ** ' """ " !St. Admissions Friday Brownwocd — Betty Joyce Ave.C. Admissions Monday Comanche — Mrs. Ruby Lois Jeanes. . , Gijbreal j, Rt . 4; Mrs. Eimyra Coleman - Mrs. Mary Eliza- Alia Frizzelle, cashier, Ooldlh- ' " '" " |Ann CurrV( m . 3; Grady weU . beth Patton Ordinance Okayed In Final Readings An ordinance closing Seventh St. between Good Shepherd and Slayden was approved on both second and third readings by the .city councilmen. Passage on third reading is the final action required. Food and Discount Center Corner of 3rd & Brady Ave. A FEW OP OUR EVERY-DAY LOW PRICES LA 11 M Grade A /VIIUIV One Gallon POTATOES X", 99c 39e •/•? FRYERS HAMBURGER MEAT lb . 25c PORK STEAK, Boneless lb. 49c Baby Beef,. Seven Steak lb. 59c V Lb. OLEO Solid Pack 10c PORK SAUSAGE, Whole Hog ... lb,49c RUMP ROAST, Baby Beef lb, 69c GROUND ROUND LEAN lb, 69c Pike's Peak Beef Roast lb. 79c DECKER WEINERS ,, lb, 39c B,READ, Large Loaf 23c MEAD'S BISCUITS .,.,...,, 3 for 25c PRESERVES, Asst. Flavors .. , 3 for $1.00 SALAP DRESSING, Best Maid Qt, 29c STEA -•..,... Vfc-lb, Box 39c. 3Peefc§r'$ COFFEE ...,,..,. Lb, 69* Fa ahf/ezon . . 3 for $KQP ,,,,.,, HQSI, lit grade , 3 pr§. $1 IRISH lOOS* law ...... I dez. i ^Y»' *mwv R W»TWTWWnSYMTT»tl DEATHS €r FUNERALS Mrs. Robertson SANTA ANNA—Funeral for Mrs. Charlie W. Robertson, 66, of Bangs will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Bangs Baptist Church with burial in Paint Rock Cemetery. Davis-Morris Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Robertson died at 3 a.m. Monday in a Santa Anna hospital. Mrs. J. Mitch Johnson SAN SABA—Funeral for Mrs.' 'J. Mitch Johnson, a pioneer resident of San Saba, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Howell- Doran Funeral Home. Mrs. Johnson died Monday in a local hospital after a long illness. Mrs. Johnson was a member of the Methodist church, a charter member of the Garden Study Club and a life member of the P-TA and Eastern Star. She was a Gold Star Mother and had been memoralized in- Congress because of her outstanding interest in the Democratic Party. She was affectionately known as "Mrs. Democrat of San Saba County." Survivors include one son, J. Edward Johnson of Brownwood; three daughters, Mrs. Carlos Ashley of Llano, Mrs. J. Neff Mainer of San Antonio and Mrs. Inea Garrett of San Saba; -10 grandchildren and 11 great- grandchildren. | maker, 2315 First St. i Bangs — Mrs. Frances Alexander; Deborah Kay Walker. ; Dismissals Friday i Brownwood — Bill Marshall, j610 E. Depot St.; Willis Miller, jlOl Sunset Terrace; Mrs. Em- 'met Mur) Wagner, 1806 First iSt.; Leroy Watkins, 1401 Waco iSt.; Mrs. Derril J. Hobbs and 'baby, Rt. 2; R. 0. Mauldin, 1113 W. Commerce St. j May - Mrs. Victor W. Me- Gallic and baby. Admissions Saturday Brownwood — Mrs. Bessie Haynes, Rt. 1. Dismissals Saturday Brownwood — Mrs. Tinker James, 1417 Ave. J; Clifford A. Studdard, 1008 Melwood Ave.; Mrs. Carmen Sontoya, 1205 Melwood Ave.; Mrs. Wayne Walters and baby, 811 Fifth St.; Cathy McMillin, 510 Mayes St. Bangs — Deborah Kay Walker; Mrs. Lottie Mae Wilson. Admissions Sunday Brownwood — Mrs. H, E. Warren, Park Homes; Mrs. Jay Wade, 2604'First St.; Mrs. R. C. Malone, Rt. 4; Mrs. W. C. Moreland, 704 Ave. D; Mrs. Lewis Upshaw, 703 Victoria St.; Mrs. Olene Smith, 1718 To Receive Degree FORT WORTH - Mary Eve- Jyn Wigger, a graduate of Howard-Payne College, will receive her master of religjoys. eduear tion degree from Southwestern PapUst Theological Seminary during the annual winter com* mencepient exercises Dec, 3} in Truett Auditorium. MISS YOUR PAPER? U yjw fail to neeJve your Please It BBsble to .carrier in pleftie can fte Puli?tt« i culatign Department Fourth. Rt. 1. St.; E. H. .Edwards, Bangs — Miss Kathryn Lasswell. Dismissals Sunday Brownwood^-Mrs. Lois Bradley, 2715 Belmeade Dr.; Mrs. Betty Joyce Gilbreath and baby, Rt. 4; Mrs.. Rosa D, Renfroe, Rt. 4; Diana Lynn Lewis, 1808 Vincent St.; A. J. Presson, Rt. 1; Mrs. Mary E. Rambo, 1006 Vincent'St. Bangs—Mrs. L. H. Reynolds. Admissions Monday Brownwood — Mrs. Patsy Sharon Musick, Rt, 2; Mrs. Ronald T, Ellis, 1607 Highland Dr.; Terry Lee Field, 1704 Ave. J; Mrs, Bernice Jarvis, 700 Corrigan St.; Paul Ledlow Jr., Sunset Terrace; Mrs. Sara Elizabeth Curry, 1217 Fjsk St.; Cass E. Coleman, Rt. 1; Mrs. J. B, Templin, 407 S, Greenleaf St. Comanche—Mrs. R, G. Parkinson. Cross Plains—Mrs, James H. Hickman. Snyder—Mrs. Donald Crye, Dismissals Monday BrQwnwood-Mrs, j, p, Williams, 2309 13th St.; Mrs. W, A, Goosby, 1612'^ Fourth St.; War- yey Dickens Tomjjnson, 711 Cog' gin Ave,; Cass E. Coleman, Rt. J; Oliver E, Wjndham, 2205 Main ,'BJvd.; Mrs. Joy Wade, 2604 First St, Sa,nta Anna—N, R, Fprtson, MEDICAL ARTS HOSPITAL Admissions frjday . Brownwood—Alfred E, Wyatt, 13JO AVC. C, , , RicWsnd Springs ~' Robert T, Short, Dismissals Frjdjjy BrpwnwoQd-Mrs, Clara, Mae stone, j§op Belie plain Aye,; Comanche. — Mr?, Fred A- Hunter- ' £ " ' - |j-i i H'i'£il o wiEE M m ^ GLORY TOMPERS Dismissals Monday Brownwood — Mrs. Edna Mae Hughes, 1705 Main Blvd. Santa Anna Barbara Mathews. Blanket — Mrs. Dora Strickland. waite, with 37 years; Recie Eakin Melton, plant records — Mrs. Corrine JrjvCG6S ws. / BIRTHS .0 , Bus to Playoff credited to It ,.,.. „ credited in this paper sn/s aiss rlfihtj of republlcatloh of special d!i- patches are also reserved. 30 on Early JV*C iTiai U1J) e»O£jiiJi/M»*t *•* »-»»»•— — -~ g pefvisor, both from Browtiwood. , t t » * ^5«£tlWSiM Honor List operator, Brownwood; Harold] EARLY (BBC) ~ Names of L. Wood, combinationman, Me-! Early High School honor roll nard; Veo B. Vardeman, oper- j students were released (bis ator, Brady; Carl M. Featherston, exchange repairman, Brownwood; Gwyndolyn M. Hol- Hngshead, service assistant, Week by Otis Walls, high school principal. The roll includes 30 students With the seniors topping the list Brownwood; Ruby I. Anderson, ; with 11 and th» junior'; and operator, Brady; Peggy M. sophomores tying with 8 each. Meyer, operator, Brownwood;; of the 30 students on the roll. Wayland J. Loudermilk, cable 21 were girls and boys trailed splicer foreman, Brownwood. ! with 9. Honored guests with 15 years; Senior honor students are Bev- service were Gladys Hall, ser- erly Bagley, Pam Box Mann, vice assistant, Fredericksburg;, Vicki Dutton, Brenda Jarnps. Lindsay F, Baker, communica-, Karen Lancaster, Cynthia Lind- lions consultant; Catherine, lay, Shirley Minica, Larry and Mrs. James Galloway of McKinney football game Satur- Rt. 1, Dec. 1, Memorial Hos-|,j ay pltal. Maternal grandparents] Round-trip ticket will cost Rupert 0. Mauldin, exchange repairman; Bob W. Loyd, repairman; Clifford W. Covey, Turner and Ann Ellis. Juniors Include Shirley .Jeffrey. Mary Sue Vavrlna, Ginger are Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Randie of Brownwood. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Christeena Galloway. A daughter, Rhonda Gail, to Mr. and Mrs. Billy Don Gil- uv Tr .Wnn anrf 1 wi estboardman; Wesley Tyson. Story, Carolyn Day, Belinda $4.50 per person and bus wIH phmltv . ',.. -nmhlnfttlon. rarfrile. Marv Newsom. Robert leave from the high school at 10 a.m. It will return to Brownwood by 7 p.m. Phillips, service combination- jCartrHe. Mary Newsom, Robert man; Charles C. Cope, test-; Lee and Gene Rodgcrs. boardman; Ollen H. Wilder, ex- Sophomores on the roll in- change repairman; Cecil E. elude Rebecca Wheat, Melvina breath of Brownwood, Dec. 1, man O f the Jaycee bus. His who wish to go niay! cnanse re P» llina ".' ^". »• i^' uut; „",.". "c, a ' „ ^ ieve Morelock chair- Renfroe > cable s P licer ' a11 fr ° m Slovall. Melinda Stovall, Tom- ICVL muiciuin t-lian •j Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandparents are 0. T. Hook of Memphis, Tex., and Mrs. Pearl Gilbreath of San Antonio. A son, Larry Wayne, to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Walters of 811 15th St., Dec. 1, Memorial Hosp i i a 1. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Keys of Abilene. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. August A. Walters of Brownwood; A son, Tnomas Kevin, to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ray Pinto of Sunnyvale, Calif., Dec. 3, in California. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Anning of Sunnyvale, Calif. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Pinto of Brownwood. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Pinto of Brownwood. A son, Travis, Lynn, to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Musick of Rt. 2, Memorial Hospital, Dec, 4. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Locke of Brownwood. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Musick of Brownwood. telephone number Is 643-4527. Rule Abolished A city rule against re-hiring of a former employe within a year of his or her resignation was abolished by Brownwood city councilmen this morning. Holloway Purchases Top-Selling Animal SAN ANGELO- Top selling bull consigned to a sale by three top West Texas Angus breeders was purchased by R. R. Holloway of Brownwood here Monday. Holloway paid $2,500 for Bar- dolier Eric K, consigned by Herman Allen of Cristoval and San Angelo. In all, $147,087,50 was paid for registered bulls and females consigned by Allen, Henry Moore of Eldorado and Otis Deal of Mertzon. Brownwood, mie Collins, Suuzann Becktold, Employes eligible for awards; Ernest Huff, Melvirf Hale and but unable to attend were 0.' Ernest Luxton. Freshmen are M. Pointer, retired Brownwood Mike Huff, Keith Ward and plant employe with 34 years of Freddie Wilder. service; James A. Watson, exchange repairman, Fredericks-, HAVE POISON GLANDS FOLLOW THIS DIAL TO A PERFECT GIFT WITH THE SHAVERS THAT LET HIM DIAL A PERFECT SHAVE! 7LKLST OK CAkkVlN • t. l 11 A A :, burg with 20 years; Freeman W. Smith, exchange repairman, Brownwood, with 20 years; Thomas Wesley Jackson, senior combinationman, Coleman, with 15 years; and William A, Chadwick, stockman, Brownwood, with 15 years. The affair was hosted by John E. Robbins Jr., central area manager, and A. M. Chappell, division manager of Brownwood, On hand to present the awards were E. H. Danner, president; G. H. Briggs, operating vice president; R. E. Paulsen, vice president; L. L, Porter,^ traffip director;* S, S. Long Jr., marketing director; W. H. Thompson, commercial director, ,and M. E.. Barnes, assistant plant director. 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