Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on July 13, 1969 · Page 21
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 21

Brownwood, Texas
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Sunday, July 13, 1969
Page 21
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REV KILL JOHNSON in revival Revival Slated For Mercury MERCURY - The Rev. Bill Johnson, paslor of the Mel wood Baptist Church of Brownwood. will be the evangelist for a revival beginning today at the Mercury Baptist Church. Services will be held nightly at 8 today through next Sunday, with Curtis Jones of Mercury- leading the singing. Sunday school will begin today at 10:15, followed by preaching at 11 a.m. The Rev. Don 0. Covinton of Brownwood serves as pastor of the Mercury Baptist Church. Sirftday/ My 15, §fe6WNW6S5 §UUjf (N 56 Carter Is Named To IRS Position Mld-Texans in Service TOPEKA, Kan, - Tony C. Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Clifford Moore of 700 W. College, Coleman, Is participating in a U.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps (AFROTC) field training encampment at Forbes AFB. Kan. During the encampment, cadets become familiar with the life and activities on Air Force bases and can examine career opportunities in which they might wish to serve as officers. Other highlights include sur- AUGUST WEDDING—Miss Doris Jean Harris' parents. Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Harris, Route 1, May, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter to Eddie Dean Hardy, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hardy. Route 2. May. The bride-elect is a 1969 graduate of May High School where her fiance was also graduated in 1969. He is currently employed at Texas Power and Light Co. The wedding will be Aug. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the First Baptist Church of May with the Rev. Joe Miller officiating. (May BBC) vival training, aircraft and aircrew indoctrination, small arms training and visits to other Air Force bases. Cadet Moore, a 1967 graduate of Coleman High School where he was a member of the National Honor Society, is a member of the AFROTC unit at Texas Christian College. CHING CHUAN KANG. Tai- ART1STS OF THE MONTH—Mrs. A, C. Williams, left, of 2018 Austin Ave., and Mrs. John Thomson Jr., 2308 Elizabeth Dr., were selected as artists of the month for July by the Brownwood Art Assn. and their paintings are on display at the First National Bank. Mrs, Williams, graduate of the Famous Artists Schoo, West-port, Conn., has studied under private teachers in Texas and California. She has reeeived awards in various regional exhibitions. Mrs. Thomson studied art education under Dr. Cora Stafford, at North Texas University, Kalhryn Cravens of New York City and Burkett, Tex., Cape Cod Art Colony at Provincetown, Mass., and Gaitha Browning. She taught art in the Brownwood schools for several years, Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Thomson are mem* bers of the Brownwood Art Assn. (Bulletin Photo) PRESCRIPTION NOTICE CHICK WITH US ON A PRESCRIPTION THAT YOU HAVE HAD NUI0 AT A DISCOUNT 5TORI AND Sil WHAT A RIAL DISCOUNT YOU SIT HIRE, ALWAYS BUY DRUGS AT A DRUG STORI CORNER DRUG ON THE SQUARE Wayne Carter, 2,1-ypar-old son of Mr. and Mrs. C, W. CaMer of Brownwood who has been deaf for 21 years, has received a civil service appointment, lie serves as clerk in the permanent file section of (he Internal Revenue Service at Austin. Carter, a graduate of the Nixon Clay Business School in Austin, has been working for the IRS on a seasonal basis since April .1 19H7. His appointment became permanent July 1. His graduation from the Texas School for the Deaf was on May 27, 1966. He entered the school before he was six years old. For the Carters, the decision years ago (o send their son from his home in Brownwood to live among strangers was not easy. But as Mrs. Carter said the parents felt il unfair to keep him sheltered at home when he could be taught a useful occupation at the school for the deaf It was at thai school Carter learned to lip read and communicate by other methods enabling him lo live a more normal life in a world without sound. He gained a formal education and at the same time found companionship with others who bore the same handicap. His parents said they never regret- led their decision to enroll (heir son in the Austin school. How has he been handling his job at the IRS office? WAYNE CARTER . , . new apfjointmcnt He uses the sign language and pens his words when necessary. The special training for the deaf he received at the business college prepared him for the job he now holds, his parents noted. Many German medical schools • have departments of balneology j that instruct students in the; therapeutic uses of springwater haths. LAP ROBES FOR VETERANS Twenty-four lap robes for wheelchair patients at the veterans hospital in Kerrville have been completed by members of the. local American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Ralph Taylor, seated, was hostess in her home Thursday afternoon for a meeting of mem- bers who assisted in making the robes, They are, left to right, Mrs. Nora Johnson, chairman for the project; Mrs. L. L. Morgan, second vice president of the local auxiliary; and Mrs. Joe Long. The robes will be delivered to the hospital in the near future. wan — U.S. Air Force Master j Sergeant Tom W. Berlin, whose j wife, Mary, is the daughter of i Claude C. Collier, 1707 Third j St., Brownwood, has arrived for j duty at Ching Chuan Kang AB, j Taiwan. j Sergeant Berlin, an aircraft electrician in a unit of the Pacific Air Forces, previously served at Dyess AFB, Tex. He is a graduate of Warsaw llnd..l High School. "*/','$•' ,- ',, , /l/iONTGOAOER •*&?/ ;// s-/, <• * SAVE! 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