The Monroe News-Star from Monroe, Louisiana on October 23, 1956 · Page 3
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Monroe News-Star Tuesday, October 23, 1956 S Building Permits FOX HAS STRANGE DIET LAKE ORION, Mich. (UP) — Leon Roach has a pet fox that eats scrambled eggs and bacon for breakfast and potato chips and candy for It nch. Deaths Maggie Loy Gibbins, to erect a one - story frame cabin containing five rooms at 1204 Columbia avenue at a cost of $500, using second hand materials. Biedenharn Realty Company, to move a one-story frame home containing a hath and five rooms to outside the city limits from 4101 Lee avenue. BOBBY CLARK HARDY RAYVILLE, Oct. 23 (Special) — Bobby Clark Hardy, 28, passed away Monday at his residence on Route 2, Rayville, after a lengthy illness. Funeral services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Faith Baptist Church near here, with the Rev. Hudson Nichols officiating. Interment was in Stevens Cemetery under the direction of the Gay Funeral Home cf Delhi. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Carolyn Hardy; one son, Daniel; parents, Mr and Mrs. Clark Hardy Rayville; four sisters, Mrs. Bernice Gammils, Rayville; Mrs. Mildred Idom. Shreveport; Mrs. Willie Jean Burkett, West Monroe; Mrs. Donnis Chambola, West Monroe; one brother, Gerald Hardy, Rayville; and his grandmother, Mrs. Willie McDaniel, Alexandria. Pallbearers were Jyles Hardy, Max Hollis, Gus Watson, Bo McKnight, Douglas Hardy, Stanley Fortenberry. EROS. Oct. 23 (Special) — ABEL A. Powell, formerly a resident of Eros but now living at Ringgold, celebrated his one-hundredth birthday Sunday. His birthday was October 19. but becuase so many grandchildren lived at a distance, the celebration was delayed until Sunday. Powell has one living sister, Miss Othello Powell of Kent, Ala. She is past 80, but made the trip for the event. The centenarian has seven living children, 38 grandchildren, 87 great grandchildren and 53 great, great grandchildren. Powell is a native of Elmore County, Ala., but he has made Louisiana his home for some 40 years. He is a member of the Jamestown Primitive Baptist church, and the celebration was held at the church. Elder R. B. Brantley, the pastor of the church, delivered the sermon preceding the dinner, and gifts he received was a letter from Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower, which reads in part; “It is a pleasure for me to extend warm cordial congratulations on your approaching birthday Oct. 19. May peace and happiness in abundance be yours in the years to come.” PROMOTED— Private First Class Gene Raymond Hubbard, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Hubbard of 101 Chappell St., Monroe, has received his first stripe in the United States Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton, Calif. He expects to be home on a 20-day leave at Christmas. He is a member of Central Baptist Church. Before MRS. ELIZABETH H. SHOWS Mrs. Elizabeth Hamilton Shows, 76 , former resident of West Monroe, died in an Alexandria hospital early Monday morning. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m. in the Palestine Baptist Church, in Caldwell parish. The Rev. Frank Smith will officiate. Interment will be in the Palestine ehurch cemetery under the direction of the Hall Funeral Home of Monroe. Mrs. Shows is survived by two sons, Walton and Harry Shows, both of Winnfield; two daughters, Mrs. Elbert Malone, Winnfield, and Mrs. Watkin Brady, Calvin. Pallbearers will be Elzie Hamilton, Nathan Lynch, Troy Lynch, Elton Hudson, Henry Christy, and Tom Christy. Colton Quilt Print Robes ond addition for the assumption of the present mortgage. G. E. Bass Company. Inc., sold to William E. Lindley lot 21 of Forsythe Park subdivision for $13,750. Mrs. Kate F. McGuire et al sold to John Rodney Mouton lots 8 and 9 and the south 40 feet of lot 10 in block 37 of H. M. McGuire’s Highland Park subdivision for $2,200 . L. M. Ray Construction Corporation sold to Fred Harold Allen lot 29 of block 7 of unit 1 of the North Monroe addition for $1,750. L. M. Ray Construction Corporation sold to Clifford Carl Wilbanks lot 14 of block 2 of unit 1 of the North Monroe additin for $1,600. Henry D. Williamson et ux sold to Robert S. Temple property in section 34, township 16 north, range 2 east, for $3,700. Real Estate Transfers PROMOTED TO CAPTAIN —William F. Pipes, Jr. right, was promoted from first lieutenant to captain in the U. S. Army Reserves at ceremonies Monday night at the USAR training center, Selman Field. Looking on as Capt. Pipes reads his new commission is Major George L. Whitmeyer, unit advisor. (Staff photo by John I. Fogleman.) Starting your day or when day is done . . . you'll love these colorful cotton Quilt print robes by Campus Girl. Big pockets hold all your essentials. In Luxurious deep quilt. In colors of rose, blue, and grey. Sizes 10-18. Highland School Carnival Is Set W. F. Pipes, Jr. is Promoted To Army Captain William Ford Pipes, Jr.. of 210 Pargoud Drive, Monroe, was promoted from first lieutenant to captain in the United States army re| serve Monday night at ceremonies in the USAR training center, Selman field. Captain Pipes, a member of the 4167 ARSU, received his commission script from Major George L. Whitmeyer, unit advisor. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University in 1951 and the Judge Advocate General School at the University of Virginia. After graduating from the judge advocate school, Capt. Pipes was ordered for duty in Korea, where he received the bronze star, Korean service medal and the United Nations service medal. In civilian life. Capt. Pipes is an attorney, president of the Monrie - West Monroe Junior Chamber of Commerce, assistant city attorney for Monroe, and secretary of (he Reserve Officers Association, Carney Chapter. HOUSTON W. WILLIAMS COLUMBIA, Oct. 23 «Special) — Houston W. Williams, 84. passed away today in an Olla clinic. He was a resident of Hebert, La. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Belhamy Baptist Church at Hebert with the Rev. L. B. Arender, the Rev. Tom Ratcliff, and the Rev. Tom Parker officiating. Interment followed in the Old Bethel cemetery under the direction of Riser and Sons of Columbia. Survivors include, his wife, Mrs. Mattie Williams, of Hebert; three daughters, Mrs. C. D. Little, of Monroe; Mrs. Mae Reuck, of Reno Nev.; and Mrs. Stella Howard, of Hebert; three sons, Carl and Rudolph, both of Hebert; the Rev. Cecil Williams, of Orange Texas; 14 grandchildren and 14 great­ grandchildren. Final plans have been announced for the Highland Elementary school Parent-Teacher Association Halloween Carnival, which will be held Thursday, beginning at 5 p.m. ! Mrs. George Evans, chairman, announced that reports of the various committees indicate more elaborate plans for this year’s celebration than any previous one. Serving as co-chairmen will be Mrs. F. K. Fisher and Mrs. Johnny Adams. The classrooms will be used lor the various activities planned with the first grade having live gold fish for sale and the second grade having the “fish pond”. In keeping with the spirit of Halloween, the third grade will have the “spook house” and a “fortune teller” as well as “pick the clown’s pocket”. Homemade cakes will be featured by the fourth grade along with the “pony ride” and the “hay ride”. The fifth grade will have “surprise packages” and a “dart game” with the sixth grade having homemade candy. Supper will be served in the Cate- torium from five till seven. Starting promptly at 7:30 will be the variety show during which the king and queen will be crowned and a Tom Thumb Wedding will be held. PRICED AT ONLY Judge To Speak At States Rights Rally NAN NOBLE NYLONIZED TRICOT BRIEFS MRS. LAURA CARTER JONESBORO, Oct. 23 (Special)— —Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Carter, 77, who died Monday in a Winnfield hospital, were held 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Sardis Baptist Church with Rev. Don Brown officiating. Interment under the direction of Southern Funeral Home will be in the Sardis cemetery. Survivors include one son, J. L. Carter of Winnfield; one brother, Matthew Simmons of Atlanta, La.; one sister, Zudie Everett of Ponchatoula, La.; and one grandchild. Stuhdy, run-proof nylonized tricot with 5/s" frill elastic waistband. Generously cut for smooth fit, easy to wash, quick to dry. AWARDS MADE VIDALIA, Oct. 23 (Special) — Forty- five reading certificates have been awarded by the Vidalia Branch of the Concordia Parish Library. Linda Bolen led the group in reading one hundred books, according to Mrs. Julia Knight, branch librarian. SAM TAYLOR JONESBORO, Oct. 23 (Special) —Funeral services for Sam Taylor, 70, w'ho died of a heart attack in Winnfield Sunday, were held 2 p.m. Monday at the Antioch Church of Goldonna, La. Interment was in the Antioch BUDGET • FOURTH FLOOR cemetery under the direction of Southern Funeral Home. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Sam Taylor; four sons, Huey Taylor, Willy Taylor, and Roy Taylor, all of Goldonna, and Albert Taylor of Kirby ville, Texas; two daughters, Mrs. Eunice Barnett and Mrs. Bernice White, both of 'Goldonna; three brothers, John Taylor and Hawk Taylor, both of Taylor, Arkansas, and Willy Taylor of Goldonna; three sisters, Miss Mary Taylor of Texarkana, Ark., Mrs. Leza Distell and Mrs. Lou Edwards, both of Taylor, .Ark., and 17 grandchildren. I have been wonderfully blessed in being restored to oclive life after be:ng crippled in nearly every joint in my body ond with muscular soreness from head to foot. 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