Car-Train Crash Kills Two - Bryan Wildenthal Memorial Library

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Car-Train Crash Kills Two - Bryan Wildenthal Memorial Library
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1302 E. Yondoll Dr.
El Paso, Texas 79902
tyarfa - Home of The Highland Hereford And The 1970 World Gliding Oiompionships
EstaWkhwfc 1886
MARFA, PRESIDIO COUNTY, TEXAS 79843, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1968
VOLUME 44»
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B©Qtpn
Adult Education
jGtasses Offered
' M a r i a Public Schools will
Offer- Adult-":Basted Education
b e g i n n i n g , on, M o n d a y . Janujary,^, 1969; 1or. all interested
adults.
4-H snd FFA Stock j
Show Slated.Here
Preliminary plans for the
annual Presidio County 4 - H
and F F A Livestock show were
completed this week by the
planning committee.
•j
T h e annual show is to be
* Basic and Intermediate E n - held on
January 18 at the
BytPt^Mym
^ l i a h . w i l l b e . o f f e r e d ' a s well Marfa
Wool
and
Mohair
a s correlated subjects in math, hutldina. Some 33 exhibitors
science, government and i '. ire
expected to show I J O
H a v e been reading in the zenship. A n y . adult may rearea newspapers o f deaths gister without c h a r g e Regis- /at tambs. according to John
due~ to carbon monoxido, g a s tration blanks can be obtain- Kearney. F F A Advisor.
poisoning.
M o s t of the
re- ed in the High School PrinGeneral Chairmen of the
ports carry the
information, cipal's office or the superinten- show are Fox Parker and Pat
that
unvented
gas
heaters dent's office. Adult Basic E d - Ryan. Other committee assigwere burning in small rooms ucation is 'sponsored by the nments include. A . W .
Bisand causing the situation.
Ronnie , W e b b ,
Fox
T e x a s Education A g e n c y and hop.
• S o far w e have been lucky the M a r f a Independent School Parker and John M c G e e as
in Marfa this year and d o District in Marfa and: Red- bookkeepers.
Herb
Harlow
not yet have a death contri- ford.
and
Ike Livingston are
the
buted to unverited^gas" h e s t ^
Sale Committee. Bill Renfroe
era. Let's keep it that w a y . If , A t the ptesent time .there and T o m Robison are to be
you have heaters that are not are a b o u t 30.000 persons e n - the Sheep Supts.. and : Lynn
vented, make every effort to rolled in Adult Basic E d u c a - Dixon,
Henry
Pondr and
according to Clegg
g e t them vented. If you can't tion programs,
Fowlkes
are
the
get tifcm vented, by all means Ralph Mock. Director of A d - weighing committee.
ult
B
a
s
k
Education
at
the
d o not g o to sleep with the.
Auctioneer for the sale folheater going or at least have T e x a s Education A g e n c y in
is lowing the show will be Bill
some ventilation in the room. Austin. - T h i s enrollment
Robison
Doctors-advise that you will divided among 180 programs Renfroe and T o m
not realize when you are b e - n o w underway in s o m e 3 0 0 will be*, i n charge of the show
districts. Recent re*, " n g . Carl Robinson was aaping overcome, because most of school
Membership
the time
you think you feci ports, such as the Governor s | pointed
ChairCiMii.nitiec on Education uid^c
fine when you really don't.
Be on
the safe
side and evident the need for strong . A highlight of the annual
protect your life and the lives future planning for Adult Ed affair is the Barbecue served
of your family, get your heat- ucation in T e x a s .
at noon during the show. M o ers vented.
Adult Education is becom- thers of members will prepare
ing a vital part of many pub- the food for the meal, to be
--ATB-ill i h e . . S i l o . . .
Ui.s-t
lic
school programs.
Supt. > t - i v ^ u
T h e Marfa F F A boys have
Christmas trees for sale at the Carl Robinson stated and he | Holland . M a r c u s Pena. CourA g Building on the Maria strongly urges all adults to !*>'''•' "'sllard c:;J Pat Rvan
nrc
,ne
Barbecue Committee.
. S c h o o l campus. T h e y
have enroll and be on hand for t h e |
Judge
for the show is to
Douglas Fur and Scotch Pine first meeting.
and they are beautiful trtcs.
Mr. Reymundo Roman and be named later, according to
--ATB-Mrs.
Mildred Shannon will Kearney. Classification chairand man will be named" at a fuSee where Senator Dorsev be the Marfa teachers
B. Hardeman of San Angelo. M i s s Norma Spencer will be ture date.
along with two other members at Redford. Hector A. Arce.
of the Senate Interim Com- Director of Special Services.
mittee, has recommended "ex- will coordinate the program.
pediting the proposed C o n Classes will meet twice a
quistador H i g h w a v from Pre- week
in the High
School
sidio to El Paso. T h e three Building from 7:00 p.m. until
said the highway should be 10:00 p.m.
built as soon as it is economically possible.
--ATB-Pfc.
Daniel P. Flores of conflict.
An item in the Detroit
N e w s dated N o v . 19.
1968 Valentine w a s killed N o v . 27.
Survivors include: his mostates that "Entertaining the 1968 in South Vietnam while ther, a sister. Mrs. Espiridion
munitions vehicle M e n d e r
troops is nothing that came driving a
who lives in
Gerabout only in recent
years. that struck a land mine. Arm- many, grandparents. Mr. and
During the 1870's. stars ol ed Forces officials announc- Mrs. Severo Porras and close
the N e w York s t a g e made re- ed. H e is the 21-year-old son relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lugular tours and entertained of M r s . Beatrice Flores, w h o cas Sanchez, all of Valentine
troops stationed at W e s t Tex- resides in San Antonio.
His fiancee'. M i s s LupiU
as forts to guard against InFlores, a 1966 graduate of
dians." J. S. Williams sent us Valentine High School, was Corral from Van Horn, also
this clipping.
serving in the U . S.
Army. survives.
First Cavalry 11th lnfantrv
Burial will be in the sold--ATB-A former
Marfa woman. Brigade. H e w a s the first vic- ier's hometown, but the famMaria
L. Sanchez, now of tim from" the small communi- ily has not yet released funeAustin, wrote a Thanksgiving ty to die in Jhe Vietnamese > ral
prayer that was published in
the Austin* paper J a s t T h u r s day. She calls it W h y wait
to Thank Him" and it reads
"If I had but one day to
live. I'd thank the Lord" for
all of nie.
I'd rise above niv imr.l r- fcctions and thank Mini for
the qualities He once bestowed me.
I his
world I le offers
I
would see .ind. at last. I,tee
rralily all the wonders he has
planted that I mainlv take togranted
vould
unveil , and
prevail A'thnitt anv tears or
fears
PRICE 10c
NO. 3«
Car-Train Crash Kills Two
Marfa Citizens To Honor Men
Of U. S. Border Patrol Service
T h e fourth annual United [ 6 : 3 0 to 7:30 p.m.. followed by
States Immigration and N a t - ! a barbecue and a dance. All
uralization Appreciation Day. j activities are to be held at the
..„..v . i y >::c i.ioa~>-.. i , i.i--| ijtta i . ^ i . . j i j.i i)u.iw.i.i.j I.I
two services will be held in j Marfa.
Marfa this Saturday.
j A proclamation issued by
In honoring the men and M a y o r C. E. McFarland and
their families, festivities will County Judge W . B. Johnson
begin with a-social hour from cites, "the service has become
an integral part of our religious, business and social life..."
Special guests expected to
attend include
Congressman
Richard C . W h i t e and G o r don rL_JMtingill.
Assistant
Regional Commissioner. BorArmy Spec. 4 Frank L. D o - der Patrol. Southwest Region.
minguez. 2 1 . son of Mr. and San Pedro. Calif.
Mrs.
Frank Dominguez
of
O . D . Stevens is Chief P a 261 E. Garnet Ave.. Mesa. trol Inspector of the Marfa
N . M . w a s killed in action in Sector and Gordon W . Gray
Vietnam.
is D e p u t y Chief Inspector,
Dominguez. a native of P e T h e annual affair, is sponcos, and a M e s a resident sin- sored by the businessmen and
ce 1953. attended M e s a Com- women of Marfa, City and
munity College after
being Cbunty officials. Fox Parker,
graduated from
Mesa High Marfa civic leader, is chairman
'^rhrr>] i n |0(S7.
-? the- project
!
He entered the Army MarMarfa has been the Sector
j ch 21 and w a s sent to Viet- Headquarters
for this area
nam on Sept. 5.
since 1924 except
for the years
ex
His
father is an
aircraft
(Continued on Page 6»
i mechanic
at_!_WjlIiams
Air
, Force Base
F. L. Dominguez
Killed In Action
Trnil Association
Mrs. W i l l i e G. ( R h e a S u - o f impact.
zanne
Baker)
Melton.
17.
T h e Marfa Volunteer Fire
and daughter T a m m y D i a n e Department w a s called to the
Melton,
born November 7, scene and crews of men u s e d '
1968. died instantly when the wrecking bars to free the b o d *
car they were in collided with ies that had been pinned in
a Southern
Pacific
freight the wreckage.
train at the Russell
Street
Investigating
officers
re,, .. . . - . .... .... M.u.'.i.
W e d n e s d a y , at approximately ported that the warning lights
at the crossing were working. 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Melton and daughter
T h e Melton car was travel- arc survived by husband a n d
ing north orj Russell Street father. W i l l i e G. Melton, a n d
and the fast freight train w a s her parents. Mr. and
Mrs.
going west. T h e engine struck Bill Baker. Otis. N e w M e x the left side of the new auto- ico: three sister. Eulema
&
mobile and threw it off to the Naliborski. and Joy B. Jack*
left of the train. T h e car came son.
both of Carlsbad,
and
to rest 225 feet from the point Debbie Baker of Otis. N . MA
t w o - b r o t h e r s . Bobby—D. a a d Douglas of Carlsbad. N . M .
Mrs. Melton w a s born la
Loving, N . M/. March 11,
1951.'
Decorations Go
Up In Marfa
Services will be held at 3
p.m. Friday at the W e s t F u neral H o m e C h a p e ) in C a r l s bad. N . M . Burial «i11 be in
Carlsbad Cemetery.
T h e family had resided ia
Marfa for the past four moor.
Lights
in the ' rotvnda
of ths wlu re• he \s an » i,!i>ye
j the Presidio County Court - of
the
Thort.pson
Drilling
! house were turned on and the Company.
j multi-colored lights across the
front of the building
shown
down Highland Avenue.
Christmas is on
and to herald the
the joyous .reason,
began to deck the
Marfa this week.
the
way.
coming of
decorations
streets of
Marfa Defeats
f-..,.(,
.1.irl ?•-•'•
•id
i ic is aiso .survr.eu uv two i
around the street light poles
sisters. Delma and Antonctte |
in the d o w n t o w n area Each
.ind
four
broiheis.
Di./id,
garland wrapped pole sports a
Herman. George and Rene,
The
Marfa
Shorthorns
huge bright red bow.
all of Mesa and grandmothopened their 1968 ' B a s k e t b a l l
Sixteen
members
of
the
Manv
of the stores
have
ers. Mrs. Natavada Domin- Big Bend Trail
Association
season wi th the defeat of the
in I V a n
Horn
F^agles. S8-52.
gue:
of Pecos: Mrs.
Cruz met at 1.30 p.m., November decorated their w i n d o w s
Marline: of HI Paso and an 21. 1968 at the Fort Stockton the Christmas theme to her- ( here T u e s d a v night,
aunt. Mrs. T o m a s Uranga of Chamber of Commerce to dis- 1 aid the coining of the great 1|
T h e Shorthorns were pacMarfa.
cuss the need of reorganizing. religious..feast d a v on Decerni jed closclv bv the Eagles and
Capt. P.. N. Clonniger in i There were three representa- Ihcr 2S.
" *~ 'held a slim 6 point lead at the
letter to Mr. and Mrs. D s - tives present
from Ojinaga.
T
h
e
merchants
of
Marf.i
, h a i f 3 I 1 . 2 J . n n d w e r e able to
mingucz wrote: I want to ex- M e x i c o : Mr. Guillcrmo Galinare
sponsoring
a
gigantic j m a m t . l i r l , h c same lead at the
press my deepest sympathy, to do.
President of
Ojinaga
shopping promotion with spe- f j n i , | ^.ji
you on the recent death of Chihuahua Committee: A n t o cial gift's to be awarded dn !
'rf,c Shorthorns scored 16
vour son. Frank.
nio
G. Franco. M a y o r
of December 16 and 17.
points
in the first quarter. H
"He did an outstanding job Ojinaga: and S. S. CapitanSanta
Claus will pay
a in the second. 12 in the third
as a medic for me. He was achi. Customs Broker.
visit
to the and 16 in the fourth period.
always conscientious and reMollie Lowther. of Marfa. pre-Chnstmas
V a n Horn scored II points in
liable in dealing
with
his called
the meeting to order children of Marfa this Satur- the first quarter. 1 3 in the s e at
2
m
w th
men.
and brought the standing ol j J a y
P- '
an ap"His death came as a re- the organization up to date by j pearance at the Cooley In- cond. II in the third and 15
in the fourth.
sult of an enemy bullet-while stating that the last meeting ! *uranee building,
Okie Luna led the scoring
he was aiding another wound- was held in Fort Stockton in.
I n e
B
e
..
. >.
, .„,.,
j
.
'
° y Scouts 0 | Troop for Marfa with 20 points, foi"..ma.n"
thc spring o f . 1962. and that | 4 2 i n M a r ( a h a w a r r a n f l e d 'lowed by Glenn Jimenez with
"I know it must be diffi- Colonel
Harry Hubbard was for the visit and
will assist | o ; Robert Guevara. 12, Neri
cult and agonizing to try and the last President.
Santa as he visits with all the T a r a n g o K and Sonny Gutierjustify his death. I can not
The
Association
members
tell you why he w a s killed, in Marfa had met and decid- children that come to see him r P I 2.
Jesse Valdez led the scorexcept to say that God must ed to try and keep the organ- between 2 and 5 p.m
ing for V a n Horn with 13
have willed it.
ization alive.
T h o s e present
points. Harrv Najar. II; D a n "He was a verv brave and asked Mollie Lowther to act
nv Ball and Jesse Franco 10
conscientious man."
as President and Pat Rvan.
points each and Joe Nobles,
Sincerely.
also of Marfa. to be Secretarv
,S.
Capt. P. N. Clonniger
and Treasurer.
T h e Van Horn B team d e Mollie Lowther then prefeated the Marf.i B tea:n 6 0 sented Mr. Capitanachi. who
A. (Sara Frances i •w.
Mr
gave a rundown on the work \ ' c s s m j t n
K4. died in Valle
on the Highwav from Q | i a - h i , N u r M I U , Home in Alpine
aga
to Chihuahua He
r f - | S u n d a v afternoon. I Vi-rinrier
i.
ported that 10 miles was p.iv- |
ed. 50 miles ready for pavement, and grading and dram i She w.is horn in B.urd. i-.alThe annual Maria In* ila •
age
was underway on
the lali.m O u i n t v .
the daiight*-:
tion.il Basketball Tournament
balance. T h e
group present : of ihe Rev and M r
|.muifiiuled to aet underw.v.
Kapti-t 'decided to reorganize and do j Harris
I le
F'rulav
and Saturdav at
tin
a general advertising business '-minster
Hunter Gym
directing attention
to scenic I She was lii.inied in H-i
Mart i and \'.n\
I lorn .ire
and historical attractions on in I " 0 4 . a n d m o v e d t.< ( oli»r i
and adjacent to 11. S (>7
to j do C l t v in \WH e d i e d I'. -•iliediiled to start the Tournament -it 2 10 p.m. on Fiiwork in cooperation with citi- 191R.
followed
bv
Pecos
B
Mrs. Nessmith was a . Inn ; dav
zens
and
officials
of
the
and
les'.nt
of
I\l
I'as'o
at
4
time
member
of
the
Baptist
State of C'Sihuahua. to prop.m
Cant and Alpine ,>t
mote feeder highwavs and by Church,
will
Funeral services weie held S ?0 p in. and F.ibens
advertising to d o all that mav
meet
Fort
Davis
at
6:4¾
p.m.
at
the
Kiker
Funeral
Home
r>
aid the development of this
highway as a main traffic ar- Colorado City at 10 >*' a m in the preliminaries.
Saturdav at 10 a m the winT u e s d a y with the kev I lovd
tery.
Conner,
pastor
of
the
First
ner
of the I'ecos
B-JesuH
Mollie Lowther w a s elected
President. George Jordan, i f Baptist Church of Maria ol
H-' m f tnd the winner ol the
Marf.i-Van Horn
Brownwood and S. S. Capi- ficiating. assisted by the P a> Marfa
Van Horn
game will
meet in the semi finals. '1 he
tanachi. of Opnaga. Vice Pre- tor of the First Baptist Chu
losers
of
these
games
will meet
sidents;
and Pat Rvan
of ch of Colorado Citv
Burial w a s in the Colorado ;at II IS a in in consolation
Marfa, Secretary and TreasurCity Cemetery directed bv isemi-finaN At I p.m. the win
er.
Letters will be mailed to Kiker Funeral Home Decern nrrs of the Fabens-Fort D a v is game and the
Clint-AIeach Chamber of Com:ner-e ber 3.
survivors
include
a pine game will meet in the
Her
1 to 6 have been attending classes since S e p - on 11 S 67 asking thtm to
Mrs—liar)
H.mi ^eimdtnrtls itnd t h e - l o s e r s of
under the direction of the Community Action nominate a director lor their daughter,
mond
of
Marfa.
and
one
son these games will meet at 2: IS
the Agency. T h e teacher is Mrs Astnd Nunez, town Annual dues will be $5.
T h e consolation finals will
H
Nessmith ol
Van
C h a v e i . Anna Marie Campos. |ackie Cenice- and it w-ill be used for e x p e n - W
Horn;
three
grandchildren. be played Saturday at 7 p.m.
Diana N u n e z . Marianne Nunez. Vicki Nunez. ses.
followed by the Championship
Reyes. Ruben Reyes Sonnv Rodriguez. R a y Next meeting will be held and s»x great-grandchildren.
M r s . Henry Pond of M a r - i game at 8 15 p m
Spencer. Norma Tarango. Kathy / u n i j a . Rita In Chihuahua after the direcTickets for the tournament
and
Benny Nunez. Monica Rodriguez. James G o n - tors are appointed, and G o v - fa is n qranddaughter
Victor Garcia. Gus Garcia. Carmelina S a n - ernor Flores of Chlhnab- a her son. Cade, a great-grand may be purchased at the door
of the gym.
Marie-Munoz and Eloy 1'avare:. (Keith P h o t o ) has been contacted.
JOO.
Van Horn 58-52
Elects Officers
Only 16
Shopping Days
'Til Christmas
Daniel P. Flores
Dies In Vietnam
" " n n t i n u t ' d on Pai»e 6)
Mrs. H. Morgan
Dies In Paris
Funeral services were held
T u e s d a v morning in i .ins for
Mrs.
Hattie
Morgan.. She
w a s a lonq time resident of
Marfa. and the mother of the
late Mrs. ]. E. Sanders of
Marfa-.
Whep
Mrs. Morg.m
left
Marfa, she way a member of P R E - S C H O O L children in the age group_ol
the First Baptist Church.
tember from 9 a.m. until 11:30 in the Center
Survivors include two dau- Agency- Leonard Chew, executive director of
ghters. Mrs. Nelma Mooring and the children are Barbara Bustillos. A l o n i o
of
Paris and Mrs.
Dorothy ros, Sonia Cortez. Pete Gaitan. Helen Galindo.
Simpson of Austin.
Jimmy Joe Plasentillo, Leticia Reyes. Melba
Burial w a s in the Paris Ce- mond Roman. Christiana Spencer. Andrew
Garcia.
Joe Alex
Luna. Cynthia Madrid.
metery.
J. E. Sanders of Marfa at- j zajes. Ramona Quintero. Simon Quintero.
, chcz. Zelina Prleto. Elian Villarreal. M a y
tended the services.
Services Held For
Mrs. A. Nessmith
MHS Basketbat!
Tourney Slated
a
T k e B i g Bead ScaUacl. T h a i * . D e c . 5. 1963. M a r i a . T e x n t
Fort Davis On Review
(aWKoM Receives
National HoMOn
G a y Kahl. a 1964 graduate
stop some people such as Mr. of Fort D a v i s H i g h School,
and Mrs. Jim Dutchover of and i a candidate l o r a B. S.
/
Thanksgiving
> E£l Paso w h o came to spend degree in M a y 1969 at the
Community Service
University
he holidays with Mr. and T e x a s W o m a n ' s
Texas
Kddic
W e b s t e r and College of Nursing.
At
4.00
r m.. Siind.iv I M r s
Medical Center in Houston,
N o v e m b e r 24. a Thar.kstjy.iiM family of Fort Davis.
has been selected as an OutCommunity Service -^.1^ held
standing Young W o m a n of
at
the
Hirst
Presbyterian
j
W.S.C.rs.
I America for I96H, and will
Church of 1-ort Davis. Kev.
;
T h e W . S . C S ot the i „ ,i appear m the annual biograG u y Pe.irxc tleli\rrcil the sermon. Other ii!in:ster,s v. ho .1-- i Methodist Church in F'ort D a - phical compilation. Outstandsisted * i l h the scrvuc • were vis recently bought a number ing Young W o m e n of AmeriRev |im S*«-|-.h<-ti. We\. J e ^ c , of toys for its newly establish- ca."' She is the daughter ot
Mr. and Mrs.. C . M . K a h l of
Pedro:a
.mil Mr. Charles j e-1 nur-ery.
Marfa.
Cobb. There
v as also n
chnir fo - >^isiin^ ol . vocalists I
Scobee Visits Class
I^ast year she w a s presidfrom all clrjnhes ami led i>y
At the request of the Sophent of the Student Nursing
Mrs Cieorne Grubh. Jr T h e omore Class at Fort
Davis
Association at the Houston
choir was accompanied l>y | High School. Mr. Harry S c o Clinical Center, and w a s inMiss
Karen (iruhh at the : bee gave a talk on newspaper
strumental in starting a repiano and Mr |nhn l.avne .it _ writing on Monday morning.
ferral clinic in the' low income
the or Jan.
November
25. Mr. Scobee
area of Houston.
discussed the five " W ' s ' ot
news writing
with unusual
'1'urkrv Shoot
examples to prove his points.
The annual turkey
shoot His talk was not only enjoywa-s held up l.impia Canyon able, but extremely beneficial
in Fort Davis on November 1 to the students.
24. T h o s e participating were
Fort D a v i s - - A Week before
charged 5 0 cents a shot. T h e
Fashion Show
their 57th wedding anniverrize turkeys were w o n b y
On
November
27 Mrs. sary. N o v . 21. Mr. and M r s .
dward Dutchover. ijr.. l i d ward Dutchover. Jr.. nn<l Ru- John Robert Prude's Irethme'i Barry Scobee received a letstudents
pre- ,cd from the nationally famous
ben Razo. T h i s y e a r s turkey Homemaking
shoot w a s sponsored By the sented a fashion show lor Heinz Company -- you know,
members of the Holy Name the student body. T h e girts the 57 Varieties -- congratuthe
dresses
they lating the Scobecs on the. ocSociety of St. Joseph's Catho- modeled
made in class this fall. Since casion and saying they were
lic Church.
the
scene
was the First sending a package by mail a«
Thanksgiving, the freshmen an anniversary gift.
Krebs Family Visits
also
participated by
Mr.
and Mrs. Marlyn boys
A s the saying goes Mrs.
Krebs and family were guests dressing as Pilgrims and InScobee "|ust couldn't w a i t "
dians.
in the Odie Crubb home for
for the package to arrive. It
a few d a y s last week. T h e
turned out to be a heavy and
Krebs family, w h o n o w reFort Davis Versus
strong
cardboard
container.
side in Nashville, Tenn.. reBarstow .
1 T h e postage on it was $2.15.
turned to Fort Davis to atT h e Barstow Bears cam* Inside was a handsome case
tend
the dedication of the to Fort Davis Tuesday night
with the figure 57 on the lid
new telescope
at M . D o n a l d of last week .M play threein raised characters.
Observatory.
basketball games.
two boys
T h e case held seven botgames, and one girls game.
tles and two cans of choice
flolxlav Trips
T h e Bears "A" girls could Heinz products. 'The Scobces
On W e d n e s d a y . November not stop the Indians. At the
were and are itill mystified.
27. the (icoiije (irubb. Sr.. end of the fir.-i half, the InT h e packuge had their namfamily left for Miles. T e v a s , dians led 2 ° tn l'> Dtiritn
es '.pioperlv
spelled.
their
where thev visited their dau- the seeond half I >a\V added
Zip Code number, and even
ghter and her family the 55 to its sior? and Harstovv
their post ofhee h"x number.
Charles l.hrkj
l.imilv
I he ad.fed
?7 tr.aking the final
S'ow tl'ey wonder h<>\* in
(IrabK f.ifinlv 'A.is very inter- • i ore of 'o i n I.aura Moos
ested in vvatcl'im) the M.it.i led the I'..MS siorers with 21 tin world did the H e m ; pen
;•>'•• le irn that the Scobecs
thon-MiU s Hi District
loot- points Mary I.una and Kaieu
ha.i
a') annixe's irv coming
(irubb
folic.wed
wi'h
14
points
ball 'jjaiiie . ' h u h M.it.itlion
up
and
wh'i'f did' the, compeach
High scorT for the.
won
:i<\ get flu address'
Mr
.mil M i s
I'rrdent'k Hears vv.is Ar.lie Whitaker
I 7 points.
I'ollov inc]
Ran of MiWIIen. lev.is. were w ith
holid.iv (iiicsts in t h e ' h o m e ' o l close behind v ere l.inda Cr.irMr.
Rail's mother. M i s ' A cia and ("i.iyle Wright with SCOUT v ith 2.5 points.
Preceding
both
o/
..ie
14 nomts each
W Rati of Fort Davis.
.
games., the r o : t Davis
The Bears
A b o s s i.iim' "A"
The
Ned
Aijold
lamilv
B ' b< vs defeated Barstow
went to Hoerne. Texas, to vi- to F'ort Davis undefeated and
55
to 4 1 . D a n n y W e b s t e r ot
sit friends and relatives over left, the same way Fort I ) i vis |ust could not seem to Fort Davis w a s high scorer
the Thanksgiving holidays
•
fast break with 16 points.
The
G u y I'enrcc
family contain Bar«tow's
led
by
Henrv
L
u
m
.
i
and
Rick
motored to Carlsbad. N e w
Dr. Thomas L Coats
M e x i c o , to visit friends and Petty T h e game was fair!v
'
Optometrist
until the linal
periol
relatives over the holidays. close
. Hill Buildinq
T h e y had a fine trip but were when the Bears rolled up 26
points to win 71 to 55. Billy
glad to be hack horric.
Alpine, Texas
Several 'Thanksgiving trip* Garcia led the Indians with
His. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
bad to be canceled because fct ' 6 points, and 'Tom Duncan
Except
with
I I . Henry
last week's bad weather. H o w - followed
Wed.
8. Sat. - 9 - 1 2
ever, the weather did not Larma was Barstow's high
B y T h e / Sophomore
Class
This is only * building, but it U a
ipecial building for it U the worship place for God'* people. It U a
plat* where on* may go to study
and bear God's word preached.
"... faith mmeth by hearing, and
hearing 6y the tcord of God."
Miss Ciav Kahl
. . . O Y W A Selection
ooo
The Owidi it God's oppsinted ogency in
this world (or sprtoding the knowledge of
His lore {or men end • ( His demand for
man to respond to that love by loving hh
neighbor. Without this grounding in the
love of Cod, no government or society or
way of life will long persevere and the
freedoms which we hold so deer will he
rvrtobty perish, therefore, even from a
selfish point of view, one should support
the Church for the sake of the welfare of
himself and his family. Beyond that, however, every person should uphold and
participate in the Church because A tells
the truth about man's life, death and
destiny,- the truth which done will set him
free to live as a child of God.
PALACE
THEATRE
57th Anniversary
Noted By Heinz
U there are unanswered questions
in your m i n d . . . g o . . . s e e k . . .
and find God in his house this
Sunday.
Thurs. - Fri. - Sot.
Sat. Matinee - 2 p.m.
g
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Play Wahoo Every Sat.
Sun. - Mon. - Tues
Feature Starts 2 p.m.
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Feature
"ChJlnOC"
Moke Plans Now For
Friday 13th
Special Midnight
Shudder S h o w
First Baptist Church
—
Prekldio, T e n .
Rev.
R. G. Van Royen
He*.
Wi.liarh Van Auken
St. Mary's Carrie lie
Church
Sunda;,
Vloinlrg
Service
Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Father Alfred L. Galvan
Morning Worship Service at 9 a m .
Unittil
Cl.urcli
School
(Pre»
11 a.m.
Sunday Masses. 7:00, 9:00 and
bytcrian-C'iristian meeting at
11 a.m. and 5-30 p.m.
Fvenlng Wor&rtiy Service a: Presbytertin Church, 10 a j n
Masses on First Fridays 7:00
5 PJTI.
and 11:25 a.m and 9:30 pjn.
Training Union at 5:45 p.m.
St. Paul's Episcopal
Wednesday Night Prayer Ser.Week Day Masses. 7:00 a j n .
Church
vice at 6:30 p.m.
every day; Tuesdays and Fridays at 11:25 a m ; Mondays,
Rev Evan Davtea
Wednesdays, and Thursdays at
First Christian Church
Momlng Praytrr. First,'^ThJJd 5:30 p m v
United Church School—(Chris- and Fifth Sunday - 9 eun.
Holy Commu.iio'i, Second and -Confessions, Saturdays 4:00 to
tian arid Presbyterian) 10:00
5:00 pjn. and 7:00 to 8:00 pjn.
Church Scho-il < 10:15 aJn.
am.
Meets at ^Presbyterian
Rosary and Benediction every
Church.
Fourth Sunday • 9 aJn,
Friday at 7:00 pjn.
Morning vvor&mp — 11 a j s
. Son Pablo Marhodist
Emmanuel Baptist
Church
Bob f.^rttrfleld, Patter
Church
Rev. A made Ellas
Sunday School. 10 a.m.
Church Service-, 11:00 a j n
Chevy Fleetside isn't just the best
looking pickup on the road...
First Presbyterian
Church
First loptist
Sunday
ochooi
9:45 t i m .
Preachlrg H:00 a m . ; Training
Union 6:30 b m.; Preaching 7:30
p.m.
Church
Rev. Lloyd Connar
Monday Woman't M'tsionary
WORSHIP
SERVICES:
Society 4 p.m. and Rcval Ambassadors and G. A. at 4:00
Sunday Morning, 11:00 a.ra.
p.m. Mcnday. Sunbeam Band
Sunday Evening, 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday at 4:00 p.m.
Wednesdav Evening, 7:00
Wednrso'My Praver Meeting SPANISH SERVICE:
Church Of Christ
l:.Tn p m
Tuesday. ^:30 p.m
OROAM^VIONS:
Sunday School' .... «1.1:13 a.m
Worship Service '.. 11:00 n.m
First Methodist
Sundciv Sclior;. Sunday, 9:45
Lvcn.::^ Worship. . 7:00 p.m
^m
Hiblr S'.KIV
Wodnivxiay 7:0f
Church
Tiainin^' Union. Sunday, 6:45
p m.
p m.
Rev. G. E. Richardson
Church School 9:45 r.m
W.MS.:' Monday. 5:00 p.m.
Assembly Of God
Worship Service. 10:35 a m
Adulr Cho r, Sunday, 9:00
MYF
G
p.m.
a m.
Church
Evening Service . . . . 7:30 p.m.
Rev. and Mr*. W A. Gilbert
Choir Practice .... Wed . 7 p.m
Sunday SCIHKI:, to a.m.
First Tues. WSCS—7f0 p.m
Wouhlp Hour, 11' a.m.
Fourth Wed. Men> Cluh, 7
Night Service, S:(]0 p.m.
p-m.
Friday • Werk J^ights 7:30
MYF
1:30 p.m
Church Service, 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday Service. 7:30 p.m
Friday Hour of Prayer. 7:fjn
pjn.
*
Valentine Community
ATTEND CHURCH
Church
Dr.
THIS SUNDAY
C. S. Defandorf
Sunday School
10 a j n .
Momlng Worship .... 11 ajn.
ATTEND CHURCH
THIS SUNDAY
This Church Series Is Being Sponsored By The
Undersigned Individuals & Business Institutions
The Palace Theatre
Marfa Drive Inc
Ent*rt*inm*nt
but alto at supenaarfcet8...in tba woods...on Saturday chores...at the beach..
You s e e mora and mora Chavy plckupa
in tha most unaxpacted ptacaa. And why
nott They look graat anywhara.
Wa grva Chavy plckupa atrangth without
tha trucky inuacla-bound look. And you'U
find a Chavy a pieaeura to drtva.
aatact a
a C8T
CS (Cuatom
Lafsa say you aatact
Truck) . ...'or tfta long
•port"
oro pickup thaf • made
At
Its
'n»*»
City Prescription
Pharmacy
for klnpalze camper b o d l a t . Just a d d
thlnga Oka air condlttonlng' and buckat
aaata and you hava mora luxury than youTI
find In tha avaraoa aacond car.
Lat your Chavroiat daalar tall you alt
about tha smooth rida. tha lonoAaarma
•tow
looonnaaa ana parwctttartytrta
towcoat
coatol
ot
a new Chow pickup. After aa, pood took*.aran't avoryWngl
• I t W San Antonio
P * a-453>
Casner Motor Co., Inc.
Harfa Ana f»f»»ldio
ChavreJat It mo* truck
i«v m day out. day 0«.
Goorge Cross,
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1«
N. mfMatta
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Vixcoino'Departmenr Stores
Marfa arm PraaMla,
Txm
Butane Gas Sales Co.
1»
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t
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Marfa National Bank
f r y i n g Marfa Per Over 80
Vaara
C fc. McFarlnnd
(Uriah Laan« and Real EaUta
Bennett Cleoiaers
Co4e>mo's Hondv Store
Kt
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Grocery and
Market
»1t W a t aan Arwowt»
Eph Kino Insurance
Agency
Customer*
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Godbold, \mc
"
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PA tMsra
lobn's Dopt. Start
T*i»%ma> 1
foreign Student Shorts American
Thanksgiving D a y W i t h Friends
Ronald Hunter
In V i e t n a m
The B t f B a t f SefatatCTIrera. Dec. 5, 196«. Maafa. l*xu
Glenn Rinehort CompleteifSasIc
Fireman Apprentice Gkan
L Rlnehart. U S N , 18. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F:
Rinehart of Fort Davis, was
graduated from" thfc Basic
Electricity
and
Electronics
School at the U. S. Naval
Training Center. San Diego.
Calif.
The course offers phases of
electricity, that are basic t o
all specialty ratings at the
school.
C
••-'•'
HEARING AKr
SERVICE '
When the evening's talk
Marine Corpora] Ronald M.
Barry Scobec
% avis — A young man. came to an end it was {eh. Hunter, -22* son of Mrs. Irene
wKose religion is Buddhism that the interested stranger G. Hunter .of, 411 Lincoln St.,
Future radiomen, interior
from the other side of the' Marfa. Is serving with Mar
communication technicians, dair.e
Fighter
Attack
Squadron
TK»nk3gtving~, dinner, without world had acauired quite a 323
Consultation
ta systems technicians, rada.ra unit of the First Marfinding'any'pVTbftte
food bit of savvy about American me). Aircraft
uien, torpedomen, sonarmen,
Wing in Victobjectionable or forbidden by sentimentality that would presonar technicians &> electronics
serve aa old fort. And also,
his faith, and liked it.
/ Hearinq Tests
T h e largest s e n ice school technicians all study basics of
The
wing
has
been
awardThe young man was Bhira- that Edward Johnson, the
on the west coast, this school electricity at the school. After
Repairs -- Fresh Batteries
nut Tharavanij of Bangkok, New Yorker, had learned ed the Presidential Unit Cita- provides a basic foundation graduation students advance
Pete Boody
Thailand. In his native coun- more about Texas and Fort tion for its combat achieve- for personnel entering one of to the school of their .specialments
during
the
period
of
try he is a bachelor of law in Davis.
May 1965 to September 1967. the Navy's electricity fields.
government. He has been a
Air arm of the Third MarT
h
e
conclusion
came
when
Call 729-4311 Or Come To
student at Sul Ross College
ine Amphibious Force, the
in Alpine four months. He Mr. Thera surprised us by wing operates several hundred
Paisano Hotel
does not like his first name asking if we knew anything aircraft which includes fightabout
his
country.
Thailand.
because it is feminine. And
attack.
reconnaissance
said, "Well, w e er,
because his last name is too Someone
helicopter and transport airmuch of a tongue-twister for know that the Chinese Reds craft.
THE MODERN FUEL FOR HOME,
Americans, he uses only the are trying to barge in at your
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
In
addition
to
providing
first part, Thera. for conven- country's back door.
FOR
INFORMATION CALL
aviation support for the first
ience in the U. S.
Mr. Thera was pleased, and Thii ! Marine Divisions,
SOUTHWEST TEXAS MUNICIPAL
Aircraft
All of which is introductory and said, "Yes, the Com- the Fi»-,: Marine
to a Thanksgiving Day dinner
Wing supports other Ameriat the home of Mr. and Mrs. munists." It was clear "Com- can and AIlie3 Forces in the
423 N. Mesa -- El Paso, Texas
Harold Thompson and their
daughters,
Miss
Genevieve munist" w'afc a bad word with
and Miss Cecelia.
him as with us.
Cecelia is a Ph. D. and an
instructor at Sul Ross. She
brought Mr. Thera and another young man, Edward A.
Johnson of New York, a student at Sul Ross also and in
Texas two years, as dinner
guests.
Other guests were Mrs.
Mary Carlton Mcintosh and
her sister. Miss Ruth Carlton.
_both nieces of Mrs. Thompson; Mrs. Pete (Mary Anne)
Carlton, a kindred by marriage; and Mr. and Mrs. Barry Scobee, who have had
Thanksgiving dinner at the
Thompsons . for more years
Dramtricltt
Ml
Ffcst
than anyone recalls.
use* c*«i<« i ~ '
•MASTS U . itc
O r Tfclfbi
Cat
r
*
Sk-»W.- C * Ck»-k
Miss Ruth is a teacher at
WIN6S
LW Itc
••
to .i t nw
CDOtK
C
U
T
E) Paso. Mary Anne is cashftACXS U . I k
LD.
(,,«<. IM<
C a t Lb.
III a on Ik
ier of the Fort .Davis State
ywisi
cur Ik
Qank. Mrs. Mcintosh, Horn
here, no need to say when,
For A Lower TOTAL Food B i l l . . . Shop SAFEWAY !
occupies
the old
Carlton
US0A. Choice
Grade Beef .
homestead here, a hospitable
TOWN HOUSE
and charming home.' Besides
Fun Of
caring for her invalid father.
*
Luscious Fruits
Miss Genevieve, a registered
nurse, looks after the ThompKITCHEN
son's seven section ranch and
GOLD MEDAL 5 Lb,
CRAFT
25-lb.
LStAC>ec« U>
about 50 cattle.
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c I
5 l b . Bag 48c
lag
25-Lb. $2.08 . , Bag
In after dinner conversa3
BEL-AIR VEGETABLES
Ft o w n tn l u H « r " S « u < *
$
tion the subject of the old
fort, now a national historic
1 ** GOIKM
MIXED YIOTAUES
CORN '?,' ','.?•
.site, came up. Mr. Thera
f OhrTSipaks J'"" (".b *
• ; $1.24 S * **™ «5'T?
still has a bit of trouble with
the English language but he
tune diedM "-.'••
1.« $ • GBBH M m ^
displayed an intelligent interest in learning why Americans
'would preserve an old military
ML AIR
$
Ck.tdr*« i
fort.
I »<rO*it«
^It was explained to him,
carefully, that the post was
established more than 100
Extra lsrg« Dox. 5^<-'
D«w«
Buy All You W a n t A t These Price* — No l i m i t * o r R e i t r i c t i o m
years ago for the protection
of settlers, west-bound emigrants,
freighters
handling
commercial goods, against untamed Indians. This rtquiicd
some explanation that the
fort was a piece «bf American
pioneer history and thu> v c r ^MtftJaWSffX * » ' t r . U ^ f d ' ^ U M I H I U A V I U M
thv of preservation.
When it was made clear
that the LI. S. Coni-jres* in
Washington passed a lav.
E
making the post a historic
'ia&w*i-*M •* 3 •*•• T .*.»• i »* , i . * i p*«*~y»* A M M M u
site, and that President Kennedy signed ih.- Kill into liw,
•aoaaidl
Mr. Thorn's eves liqht-'d and
s
ho smiled, for he >-.i\» >n.i ine
name of Kenncdv \> itIi tleIight.
®
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December 10 - 9 t o 11 a . m .
El Paso Hearing Aid Center
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1..nice
Corporal
Kenneth W . Hclt. 20. son ol
Mr. and M r s K N. Belt ol
Marfa. is serving with Marine Observation Squadron 6.
a unit of the Hirst Marine
Aircraft Wing in Vietnam.
The wing has been awarded the Presidential Unit Citation for its combat achievements during the period . of
May 1965 to September 1%7.
Air arm of the Third Marine Amphibious 1'orcc. the
wing operates several hundred aircraft
which includes
fighter.
attack.
reconnaissance helicopter and transport aircraft.
In addition to providing
aviation support for the hirst
and Third Marine Pivisionv
the First Marine
Aircraft
Wing supports other Ameri
can and Allied forces in the
five northennost provinces ot
South Vietnam.
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, project leader ior tbe
Park* ind Wildlife
ent.
. Hod SfwcJaJ GttmH
Mr. and Mra. Hector jjjt'te's
guests from Wednesday lasi
week until Sunday were their
daughters, the Misses Linda
and Elizabeth Arcc. students
at Incarnate Word College
in San Antor)io. Also, tyiTlrc larfle^ antelope was rabeth's fiance! Michael Dousted near Marfa vith glas Rourke. who is a teacher
that measured at least in the San Antonio school
system.
W teches
T w o pronghorns with horns
w e r 15 inches in lenoth were
PERSONALS
tagged )ust west of M.irf.v
M
from BrewMer To HudiMiss Charlene Roberts vijfMtrJi County there wore .it sited her parents. Mr. and
*tos* 15 to 20 .num.lis th.it Mrs J. B Roberts last weefc.
Isssssted H to 15-inch horns
Thanks To All of You For Electinq
M e To Represent You Aqain.
I Pledqe My Best Efforts In The
91st Conqress.
Congitttman
_____* JUchord C. W h i t .
16Hi District «f T o «
T w t i "TbfWe
e f c faTRoidoso wire l l b c k y
Barker, Brerida DeVo&n, ana
Richard Hewitt
Now for some fun!
Cheers and Jeers
Up with: Teachers who do
N O T believe in Six Weeks
Tests, homework, report cards,
school, etc. etc!
Down with: The Plane
Geometry assignment on page
226.
(Dedicated by Terry
Shely. Jane Bagley, Barbara
Little, Susan Godbold, and
Susan Brisbin.)
Up 'with: Hemlines! (Is
there anywhere else to go?)
Down with: All the fingereating typewriters in Mrs.
Archer's 1st and 6th period
classes!
Please, no comments, (or
complaints!)!
gister Now — Visit These Merchants And Take
Advantage Of The Many Christmas Gifts For The
Entire Family.
1 Half-Inch Electric Drill
2 Hand Tool Caddy
Webb Brothers
1 $50 00 Bulova W a t c h
2 Lenox Symphony Centerpiece
1. Good Gulf Products
2 Good Gulf Products
The Big Bend Sentinel
1 Stoinlpv, Sti't'i 36 cup Percolator
2 2 lb Bnv Parnburns. Condv
1 Personalized Stationery
2 Flair Pen by Papermate
Corder Lumber Company
1 Sport Coat
2 Men's Slacks
1. Black & Decker Drill
2. Shradwaldon Pocket Knife
The Iris Shop
holidays -with'{berr son and
tatfifly. Mr. «dd. Mrs.'Joe Ll
gon, and children, Elaine 5
and Gregg. 3 years old.
Clara Cano a student at
St. Mary's University at San
Antonio. Vickee Davis and
Vivian Lee Wood, students
at St. Mary's Hall, also came
to Marfa for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Wells.
Ill, (Tommy and Susie), students at the University of
Texas at El Paso were in
Marfa for Thanksgiving, and
plan to transfer to Sul Ror.s
State College at Alpine.
Nancy and Kathy Stover
from the University of Texas
Austin, spent the holidays
here.
Foxworth-Galbraith Lumber Co.
1. Hair Drier
2 7 Piece Kitchen Utenbil Set
The Highland
Is^brtyTtonoiW
Fresh Bartlett Pears
In Favorite Family Dessert ) ^
Theatre The Nights Of December 16 and 17 - Re-
George Cross Pharmacist
tfbnna TferrqjJron
Rogers, -was honottd at a ard.^rna Mrs. tatty Hoggins.
party Saturday in"' tBe Itc-nxe the forrfer Judy HHJfcty.
of'Mr. and Mr;s. M. S. Baker with their daughter. 'Miss Wn. Afoitfetotittoite
"Diasie "Baler and Miss "Becky txfafcHi Art 1* **tehi«
Belt, hostesses.
An exhibit of oil paintings
Visitors in tbe home ofl Mfss Hamptdh's
mother. by Mrs. Allan Schonberg will
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hum- M n . Jack Hampton, was also be on display at the Alpine
Community Center on Sunphris recently were "her sister. an honored guest.
Mrs. Hugh Cavitt and her
An autumn -decor was fea- day afternoon. December 8th,
aunt. Mrs. Ruth Tustison. tured in' the decorations and from 2:00 ,tO 5:00.
both of Corpus Christi and refreshments were a variety
The exhibit is for the beneMrs. Cavitt's daughter and of soft drinks and cookies.
fit of the Alpine Community
granddaughter. Mrs. Wayne
Center. There is no admission
Sanders, and Madelyn of
Guests included the hon- charge, and all paintings on
Many students attending
Austin. The visitors came b e - oree's roommate at Sul Ross. display will be for sale.
schools and colleges across
The Alpine artist. Mrs. Alfore Thanksgiving holidays, Miss Bette Davis, and the
Texas came home to visit with
Polly
Thornsburg, lan Schonberg. has been a reand also visited Mr. and Misses,
friends and family. Some of
Mrs. Ike Livingston and fam- Krista Thornsburg. Jan Kahl, sident of Alpine for over ten
these
familiar" laces were
Gay Kahl, Ann Christopher. years. She began her study in
ily.
Mike Shurley. Lee York. ViviCindy
Wells. Marsha Eaton oil painting four years ago at
an Wood. Donald Allison,
of Houston: Elisabeth Har- Sul Ross College.
Bill Humphris. Cindy Wells.
low. Kay McCutchen, Susan
College Students
Vickee Davis. Bill Bagley.
Mrs.
Schonberg
studied
Searls,
Shay Slack.
Lynn
Bob Bagley, Donna Hampton.
basic art at the State College
Ya'll be sure to drop-out.
Cox,
Loretta
Lowe.
Kathv
Dirne Baker.
Becky Belt. tune-in and turn-off. (I mean Home For Holidays
in Chico, California and ha.;
Robbie White. Kathy Stover. on!)! See you around. Bye!
had private instruction under
Susan' Searls.
and Bryan
PERSONALS
Eric Johnson of Palm Springs,
Many of Marfa's college
Pierce. Also Carlos and ArMr. and Mrs. Larry Sloan California.
students
returned
for
the
holituro Aguilar traveled from
and daughter Shelly of VicNew Orleans. Louisiana, to New Library Hours days, including our Sun Prin- toria visited Mrs. Sloan's paThis past summer she was
cess, Ann Christopher, who
spend the holidays with Marients, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin a student at the Froman
came
in
from
Austin
where
on Quick!
School of Art in Cloudcrof!,
she attends T e x a s University Ridout during the holidays.
iNew Mexico, where she stuOn
Trial
Basis
and
her
brother.
Billy,
from
Ruidoso.
New
Mexico,
Keymundo Sotelo. son of I died landscape painting under
A &' M University.
seems to be the "fun" place
Mr. and Mrs. Maximo Sotelo. | Harold A. Ronev of San AnBeginning
Saturday,
Dec.
to qo nov.-a-day.s. (for .skiing.
Others were Elizabeth and nas been-promoted to Spec. 5 tonio.
that is.)' Over the extended 7. the Marfa Public Library
at Pleiku, 'Vietnam, where he
Members of the Board of
week-end there were .lots ol will be open to the public Linda Arce from Incarnate
kids who took to the wild from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., ac- Word College ir ''—* Anto- is assigned to the 7th Sqdn., Directors of the Alpine ComBilly
Humph '- from 17th Air Car. He has been in munity Center will serve as
mountains of New Mexico to cording to Miss Helen For- nio;
librarian,. Miss Olga Anglo College at San" An- Vietnam since last February. hostesses for the exhibit.
try their luck at a very diffi- bes,
cult and dangerous sport. Bee Martinez will be in charge at gelo; Mary Helen Bentley,
Grace Humphreys and her
Fierce, Marion Quick. Carlos that time.
roommate,
Dana
Shumard
v
Aguilar. Arturo Aguilar. and
"This |s in 'the form of an (from Baylor University at
Donald Allison
were the experiment and if the library
Waco;
Hester
Ann
White
"brave" ones who risked their is used during these hours,
necks, (legs, arms. etc. etc.) the Board will make an ef- from Texas University at
skiing in the high. . snow- fort to continue the new Sat- Austin, and James E. White,
covered
mountains!
(riow urday schedule. In the mean- III. from T C U at Fort Worrrfelodramatic can you get?) time, this program will be in th: Mike Shurley and Bill
Really, they all came home operation unless the public is Bagley from A 6 ' M University at College Station; Rosofe but safe: and from what' otherwise
notified.'
Miss bert White. Lee York. Donl i v e heard, they had a great Forbes said.
ald Allison. Cindy Wells,
Susan Searls. and her guests.
Shay Slack, Lynne Cox and
Loretta Lowe of Texas Tech
at Lubbock; Kaye McCutchen
of Tarleton College at Stephenville; Krista. Polly and
Kim Thornsburg from Texas
A 6 I at Kingsville; Bryan
Pierce of North Texas State
at Denton.
gon*. and now 'tfce VkriSriua
season is quickly *&pt6*dh'
ingl Tbe Tnaakagivtag holiday was really reining, {and
fattening; calories, calories.
and more calories) -and everyone (especially M H S students) was rather glad when
school was dismissed a day
earher than expected. Snow
and ice covered the ground
through out the week-end, but
even that didn't stop all the
fun!
Array Of Gifts To Be Given Away At The Palace
Baker Jewelers
i
tfee/ftt*«a U too <o»?) Abo Mr. ' a J T M e i <*. « . ttgon *&*.'.,**&» ifb#to*4S o l t r . . . 0 * e .<r1«*$hreys.
'1»y Lamb 'FfraAta
Turkey Day > i j ^ 5 e aod •ik»4iaa dx holiday '*«<* visited In Houston for the bride-elect of Marcus Andrew Dana Shusrird, Linda H o w .
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Crunchy good, this yummy Pear Honey Crunch dessert is Just
.he treat needed to satisfy heartier appetite*. Juicy, fresh
Bartlett pears and a spicy combination of flavors combine with
rich honey and quick-cooking oata.
Easy to put together, pop the dessert in the oven when you
sit down to dinner. Serve it warm, 25 minutes later, with ice
eream or table cream.
Fresh Bartlett pears from the Pacific Coast are in your
markets in plentiful supply. Enjoy them, fresh and out of-hand,
or in recipes like this one.
Pear Honey Crunch
3 fresh Bartlett pears
Vj cup butter
Juice of 1 lemon
J*» V4 cup brown sugar
'/< teaspoon closes . ^ B */« cup lifted flour
I teaspoon cinnamon I^K Vi teaspoon baking soda
1 tablespoon flour fl^ Vi teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons honey
% cup quick cooking oata
Core and slice pears. Arrange in a shallow baking dish or cake
pan. Sprinkle with lemon juice. Combine spices and flour.
Sprinkle over pears. Drizzle with honey. Beat butter and sugar
until fluffy. Sift flour with soda and salt Add flour mixture
and outs to butter mixture. With hands, mix until well combined.
Cover pears evenly with oatmeal mixture; press lightly with
hands. Bake 25 minutes at 350 degrees, or until golden. Serve
warm with ice cream or pour cream. Makes 6 to 8 servings.
THE GOOD GUYS
ARE TURNING UPJH!
Pete Pirtle Garage
1 Fern Form Pants & Blouse
2 Andre Richard Scented Hanqers
Howerland
1. Service Job & 10 Gals Gas
2. Orte Tank of Gas
Vizcainos'
I. Artificial Flower Arrangement
2 Larqe Ash Tray
Nu-Way Grocery
, 1. 3-Piece Samsonite Luqqaqe
2. $15.00 Gift Certificate
El Paisano Hotel Coffee Shop
1. $25.00 Gift Coupon
2. Larqe Ham
1. Christmas Dinner For '4
2. Christmos Dinner For 2
Thunder bird Restaurant
Vickers' Standard Station
1. Turkey or Ham Dinner For Family
2. Mexican Food Dinner For Two
Gloria's Beauty Shop
1. $17.50 Permonent
2. Hair Cut. Shampoo & Set
Butane Gas Sales Co.
i . 36-Cup Percolator
1 Wash & Greose Job
2. 10 Gallons Gas
Highland Barber Shop
.
1. Holr Cut, Shampoo & Tonic
2. Bottle of Tonic
Hugh's Enco Service
1. One Atlas Tire
2. 2 Gallons Anti-Freeze
-Thermos J uq
Corner's of Marfa
John's Dry Goods
1 $35 00 Gift Certificate
2. $ 2 5 0 0 Gift Certificate
Christophers'
1 $30.00 Gift Certificate
2. $20.00 Gift Certificate
Eddie Pierce Motors
1. Berk line Reclmcr Chair
2. Fieldcrest Electric Blonkct
1 1 Set Double Rotuna Head Rests
2 Set of 2 Goodyear Seat Belts
Sponsored By Tho Morfo Ch*n»b«r«f CownMitc
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Hospital N o t e 'J^ H p g h f t r Side of Washington
Mrs. W . T. D^yis rttnalris
Brewster Memorial Hospial after having become ill
ere Thanksgiving Day.
*-:;V*-y-8jjrKathy White
(wife-, df Congressman
Richard White)
Christmas Party
For Beta Members
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Mrs. Mover and MVI remained for a longer visit.
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Engagement Announced - Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mendias, Sr.
of Marfa announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Berta Melva to Spec. 4 Henry*»Mata. Jr.. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Mata. Sr.. also of Marfa. The wedding date has
been set for December-Sir and the! xeremony willJbe held at
7:30 p.m. in the First United Methodist Church.
Sun Queen-Elect Has Marfa Ties
Miss Mary Hardie Hoover,
queen-elect of the 1968-69
Southwestern Sun Carnival.
is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph R. Hoover of 530
Kerbey. and a member of a
family long and intimately associated with the Sun Carnival. Her escort will be Raymond Edgar Burgett.
charter member of the Marfa History Club, and provided a building lot for the first
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
built here, and also gave the
pulpit for the new church.
\
^
gferC&A/&TMAS
Douglas Fir and Scotch Pine
'Early in 1K97 the Episcopalians secured permission'
$2.95 to $7.95
from Bishop Kendrick to build
a church here." accordinq tc:
*
On Sale At The Ag Bldg.
Mrs. Hoover, tne queen- information in a historv ot
fleet's mother, is treasurer ot the church written bv Ann
By The Marfa FFA
the Women of the Church ol I larpcr.
St. Clement 'and also .-,i t-ornnado Count'v Club Ladies
Golf Association, has been a
vice-president of the Soi'thwestcrn Golf As>ociati<vi an I
' p the boards ol the Initio;1
Leaauc of lil Paso, members
Guild of El P.wi Art Museum Association and Coronado
PTA of which she is treasurer.
Mr. Hoover is director ol
R. T. Hoover and Co.. Northvjate National Bank. Tornillo
CHUCK ROAST
lb 53c
Cotton Oil Co.. Tornillo Gin
Co., Riller Gin Co., Hud.sARM ROAST
lb 55c
neth County Conservation and
Reclamation District No. I
and El Paso-Hudspeth Soil
CHUCK STEAK
59c
T , lb
Conservation District. He is
chairman 'of the Ear West
CHOICE RIBS
3 lbs . 89c
Texas, (Association of Soil and
Water, Conservation Districts
SLICED BOLOGNA . . . lb . 49c
and ' was appointed by Gov.
tbhn Connally to the Pink Boll
Peyton's - Sliced
Worm Commission.
The Sun Uueen-elect's pat- Prices Effective Through Saturday B A C O N
2 l b . p k g . $1.19
ernal grandmother was "Mrs.
Louisan
Livcsav
Hoover,
1 2-oz. Can
whose parents. Mr. and Mrs. County Kist
Joseph Livesay. .had moved to Corn
Marfa in 1SS0, and later to
Gold" Medol
Anthony. N. M. wheie he was Gebhart Jumbo
No 2\ Can
25 lb
a well-know i lumberman and
Baq
Tamales
. 39c
merchant
Mrs I. R. Livcsav was a
Shop At Nu-Way Grocery For A
ESTFUL OF FOOD VALUES
^ % 7 f n l a T u ? r / M i r S K / Goulmefs l&S®
FLOUR
2 for 35c
Miss Rainell Darlene Stinson
. . To Marry In Deming. N. M.
Aunt Nellies
Orange Drink
^vr~-)
Kimbell
Tomatoes . .
Del M o n t e
. . . . . 2 for 59c
SHORTENING
303 Can
2 for 35c
14 oz
Mrs
Bottle
Carnation
Toll Can
Milk ..
for 35c
,Colo New Crop
8-o.' Box
2 for 45c
Pinto Beans
2 lbs. 59r
Giant Fab . . 7
Oleo
Hl-C
Orange Drink
Kimbell
Toilet Tissue
Why Ranchers Like
Federal Land Bank
Loan's
LETTUCE
POTATOES
59c
46-oz'Can
3 for 89c
10 Roll Baq
79c
2 Heeds 35c
CHRISTOPHERS'
In. Marfa
ORANGES
Chiquito
10 lb. bag 47c
Pure Gold Calif.
Register Now For A Berkline Roclininq Chair and
a Fieldcrest Electric Blanket To Be Given Away
December'16 and 17.
Tuckers
3-lb
Can
2 for 49c
Kimbell
FREE DELIVERY
1. No nppralMl f«** No
communion*.
2 RenltMir appralMl*.
3 No penalty for pre pay
merit.
*4. Low intern!
Ion*
term.
5. Serves tmall nxi U»rs>
operator;.
When you need • lean, eon
tact:
$1.98
Quart
Catsup
Post Toastjes
BUDGET TERMS
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Mr. and Mrs. bishop Bai'ev |
had as their guests for the ,
holidays, their daughters and ;
family. Mr. and Mrs. Lea j
lackson. daughters Margaret
and Karen ' from ' Uvalde, and
Mr. and Mrs. William Mevrr
and son from Houston. Also. ]
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Alitor '
from Anchorage. Alaska
i
The Whole Family Will Enjoy
J- Fred LaLanr.e, Manager
Came by and aee ue • * —
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Have Holiday Guests
GIVE FURNITURE
Federal Land Bank
Association
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The Bishop Baileys
Another honor has come
Mrs. Johnson's way. One of
the large islands in the Potomac has been named for her.
Along with the planting of
numerous cherry trees, over
one million bulbs also have
been donated lor the island.
It should be a beautiful sight
to see this spring and Mrs.
Johnson has promised to return to see it.
The Washington papers arc
full of lovely pictures of the
Nixon girls and their mother.
Julie is planning a December
wedding to General Eisenhower's grandson, and Tricta
dates a young man from New
York, so the papers say. All
of the write-ups stress how
poised and gracious the girls
are. just as the write-ups on
Lynda and Luci Johnson hav<;
complimented them.
It was hard to leave sunny
,West Texas this past w « k .
When I landed at Dulles airWashington 1
Dr. C. S. Defandorf of port near
"alentine was a patient in found my car covered with
rewster Memorial Hospital fall leaves all packed down
part of last week and this with a thick crust of snow, 't
was below freezing and there
eek.
was no glimpse of the sun.
Mrs. Helen Scott, who un- As ! scraped the windshields
rwent surgery recently, is and strugqled to get the car
der treatment in Brewster started 1 decided we have a
good thing cjoinjj in the southemorial Hospital.
west.
The pace in Washington
Mr., and Mrs. H. O. Biedier left Marfa Wednesday during this transitional stage
or Dallas where Mrs. Biedi- in our government has slowed,
er will enter Methodist Hos- but the Texas State Societv
ital. She is scheduled to un- honored Mrs. Lyndon |ohn^
son with a reception at the
ergo surgery.
Smithsonian Sunday. There
are over 2.000 Texans in
Mrs.
MauJe Bogel is in Washington who belonq to ,.. I, . imagine
, , ,hc'ng
, in
, the lime....
h a r d o n ch,ld
Providence Memorial Hospital that organization, and m a n v | h 9 h t cfoM..b?
.'
r
e
n
in El Paso where she was ta- of them were on hand to
° * / ' " - k n o w n personal.
U!
es
n
nardcr on
ken after suffering a broken qreet the
out-going
First
~-»
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—* ' ther.
' a I've
heard thattheir
oi.e mogovUp.
Lady.
ernor's wife said that during
[a campaign she smiled sweetStinson-McCutchen Wedding
i ly as her young children nmI behaved in front of others,
men regularly packed them
Planned For December 28th
off to a quiet spot for their
Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie A. is majoring in Elementary
weekly spanking or dressing
Stinson of
Deming. New Education. She has one sister.
down. Children are children
Mexico, announce the engage- Patty, and one brother. Dale.
no matter hew exalted their
ment and approaching marThe prospective bridegroom Tare^ts.
riage of their daughter. Rain- is a 1964 graduate of Van
ell Darlene. to Jack Randall ,Horn High School where he
McCutchen, Jr.. of Alpine,' tops"a member of the varsity
Personals
son of Jack Randall McCut-. fdotball,vteam and r-h'A. He
chen. Sr.. of El Paso and"*'
•**• •"-•
• his
• bachelor's
• • • • dewill"
receive
Mrs. Catherine Vickers of gree on December 20 from
Mrs. Herman Ledbetter is
Marfa.
Sul Ross State College where in Hendricks Memorial HosThe couple will be married he is a member of the Range pital in Abilene , for a checK
December 28 in St. Lukes Management Club and has up.
Episcopal' Church in Deming. represented Sul Ross at sethe Rev. Charles E. Waldo veral national'stock shows. He j
officiating.
has two sisters. Miss Sellen I Frank Coffield is home from
Miss Stinson is a 1967 gra- and Miss Kaye McCutchen.
'Brewster Memorial Hospital.
duate of Deming High School.
She is a sophomore at Sul
Ross State College where she
The members of -Texns
Omicron Eta Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi met Monday at
7:30 p.m. for their semi-monthly meeting which was also
their Christmas party.
Mrs. Bobby Lassiter. presij
dent, called the meeting to
order and led in the Opening
Ritual.
Reports were given by officers as well as special committee chairmen. Plans for the
Christmas Dance have been
completed, also, arrangements
for the Chrjstmas Party for
the' Special Education Class
were planned. Silent Sister
Thanks were given.
Program ..chairmen for the
Exemplar Chapter. Mrs. Tom
Robison and the Ritual of
Jewels
Chanter
chairman
Mrs. M. P. Prather, directed
the programs.
The building was made
festive by Christmas -decorations including a Christmas
tree, pine cones, candles and
ornfiments.
Hostesses for the evening
were Mrs. Harper Med lev.
Mrs. Marshall Cordrr. Mrs.
J. C. Ne'son. Mrs Albert l.npan. and Mrs. Rav Everett.
Refreshments were served to
twenty-one members.
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ftophy Anvvfoas)
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pmHdtonir tte
nection of 'l'€\fsroduced M M trophy anthis year said Torn
, project leader for the
Parks and Wildlife
. Hod l u c i d GM—!•
/ftfr. «n4 Mr*. Hector'^yie's
guests from Wednesday taut
week until Sunday were their
daughters, the Misses Linda
and Elizabeth Arce, students
at Incarnate Word College
in San Antonio. Also, tyiTTW largest antelope was rabetb's fiance, Michael DouBaWvested near Marfa with glas Rourke. who is a teacher
k m u that ' measured at least in the San Antonio .school
system.
f t todies
' T w o pronghorns with horns
W
15 inches in length were
PERSONALS
satjgged just west of Marfa.
• M from Brewster to Hud>Miss Charlenc Roberts vi|PB(h County there were at sited her parents, Mr. and
*«Wrt 15 to 20* animals ih.it Mrs J. B. Roberts last week.
ted H to 15-inch horns.
Thanks To A l l of You For Electing
M e To Represent You Aqain
•«•-
Pledqe M y Best Efforts In The
91st Conqress.
Congressman
Richard C. W h i t .
16Hi District of To»os
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TEtSW«l?
l%wh f ttfrte
Mc aJTMtt. 5rt «--1i»Oon
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.<*>**'. <s1fjj$hrey3,
dsae, t * ? « « too cctlT) * b o
apttMto.
&* ho&J*r '#eek visited fa Houston (or the brtHe-elect of M « c u s , Andrew Dan*A Shusrird. Uada H o * .
Rogers^ -was honolppi at a
_.ard,^rad Mr*. Lirty Hugglns,
end fcTRuidbso wire T*otky Iholgay, -wttt H
Barker, Brenda DeVofifl. amd fto^jfly. Kir. «s4d . M t a / f o e ' L l * party Saturday in ' t i e itoiitehhe fotnftr Judy.-Hfefety.
gon, and childrtn.
Elaine 5, of'Mr. arid Mrs. M. S. BakRichard Hewitt
""
and Gregg. 3 years old.
er with t&eir danihter. 'Miss fLWftjL M 0 f l ^K»WMHWPB
Now for some fun!
Cheers and Jeers
Diane Daker and 'Miss TJecky
faJrifcittto**t°*ftiM
m *
1 1 M » j t . -/
Up with: Teachers who do
uCo. noscessca.
-An '**MMt of oil palSings
N O T believe m Six Weeks
Visitors in the home o i l "Ml» tfcuhptan's Tnolher. by Mrs. Allan Schonbem will
Tests, home wotk. report cards,
Mr.
Mrs.were
Robert
Hum-.fMrs.
fade Hampton,
was also be on display at the Alpine
school, etc. etc!
an honored
'guest
pbris and
recently
Tier sister,
Community Center on SunDown with: The Plane Mrs. Hugh Cavitt and her
An autumn -decor was fea- day afternoon. December 8th,
Geometry assignment on page aunt, Mrs. Ruth Tustison.
226.
(Dedicated by Terry both -of Corpus Cfaristi and tured in the decorations and from 2:00 to 5:00.
The exhibit is for the beneShely. jane Bagley. Barbara Mrs. Cavitt's daughter and refreshments were a variety
fit of the Alpine -Community
Little. Susan God bold, and granddaughter. Mrs. Wayne of soft drinks and cookies.
Susan Brisbin.)
Guests included the hon- Center. There is no admission
Sanders, and Madelyn of
Many students attending
oree's
roommate at Sul Ross, charge, and all paintings on
Up
'with:
Hemlines!(Is
Austin. The visitors came be.schools and colleges across
Miss
Bette Davis, and the display will be for sale.
fore Thanksgiving holidays,
Texas came home to visit with there anywhere else to go?)
The Alpine artist. Mrs. AlMisses,
Polly
Thornsburg,
Down
with:
All
the
fingerand
also
visited
Mr.
and
friends and family. Some of
lan
Schonberg, has been a reKrista
Thornsburg,
Jan
Kahl,
eating
typewriters
in
Mrs.
Mrs. Ike Livingston and famthese
familiar" faces were
sident
of Alpine for over ten
Gay
Kahl.
Ann
Christopher,
Archer's
1st
and
6th
period
ily.
Mike Shurley. Lee York, ViviCindy Wells, Marsha Eaton years. She began her study in
an Wood. Donald Allison. classes!
of Houston: Elizabeth Har- oil painting four years ago at
Please, no comments, (or
Bill Humphris. Cindy Wells.
low, Kay McCutchen, Susan Sul Ross College.
College
Students
complaints!)!
Vickee Davis. Bill Bagley.
Mrs.
Schonberg
studied
Searls, Shay Slack.
Lynn
.Bob_Bagley. Donna Hampton,
Ya'll be sure to drop-out,
basic
art
at
the
State
College
Cox,
Loretta
Lowe,
Kathy
Diane Baker.
Becky. Belt. tune-in and turn-off. (I mean
Home For Holidays
in Chico. California and has
Robbie White. Kathy Stover, on!)! See you around. Bye!
had private instruction under
Susan 'Searls.
and Bryan
PERSONALS
Eric Johnson of Halm Springs,
Many of Marfa's college
Pierce. Also Carlos and ArMr.
and Mrs. Larry Sloan California.
students
returned
for
the
holituro Aguilar traveled from
New Orleans. Louisiana, to New Library Hours days, including our Sun Prin- and daughter Shelly of VicThis past summer she was
cess. Ann Christopher, who toria visited Mrs. Sloan's paspend the holidays with Maria student at the Froman
came
on Quick'
in from Austin where «?_•.
- . ™<|
_ fcrvin School of Art in Cloudcroft,
Ridout. ^during
the Mrs.
holidays.
she attends Texas University
New Mexico, where she stuOn
Trial
Basis
Ruidoso.
New
Mexico,
and her brother, Billy, from
Reymundo Sotelo. son of died landscape painting, under
seems to be the "fun" place
A & M University.
Mr. and Mrs. Maximo Sotelo. Harold A. Honey of San AnBeginning Saturday, Dec.
to qo now-a-days. (for skiing.
has been promoted to Spec. 5 tonio.
7.
the
Marfa
Public
Library
Others
were
Elizabeth
and
that is.)! Over the extended
will be open to the public Linda Arce from Incarnate at Pleiku, Vietnam, where he
Members of the Board of
week-end there were lots of
.from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.. ac- Word College in '"--> Anto- is assigned to the 7th Sqdn., Directors of the Alpine Comkids V h o took to the wild
cording to Miss Helen For- nio:
Billy
Humph : from 17th Air Car. He has been in munity Center will serve as
mountains, of New Mexico to
bes,
librarian.
Miss Olga Anglo College at Sarf An- Vietnam since last February. hostesses for the exhibit.
try their luck at a very diffi- i «, _..
.„ , .
,
gelo: Mary Helen Bentley,
i.
ii
_' u
I Martinez will be in charge at Grace Humphreys and her
that
time.
a
Pierce.
Quick,'
Carlos
cult
andMarion
danqerous
sport.
Bee j| ^
roommate.
Dana
Shumard
Aguilar. Arturo Aguilar. and
"This is in the form of an (from Baylor University at
Donald Allison
were the experiment and if the library Waco: Hester Ann White
"brave" ones who risked their is used during these hours, from Texas University at
necks, (legs, arras, etc. etc.) the Board will make an ef- Austin, and James E. White.
aktlng in the high, snow- fort to continue the new Sat- Ill, from T C U at Fort Worcovered
mountains!
(riow urday schedule. In the mean- th: Mike Shurley and Bill
melodramatic can you get?) time, this program will be in Bagley from A 6 M UniverReally, they all came home operation unless the public is sity at College Station; Ronotified.''
Miss bert White. Lee York. Donsore wit"safe: and from what otherwise
I've heard, they had a great Forbes said.
ald Allison. Cindy Wells.
Susan Searb. and her guests.
Shay Slack, Lynne Cox and
Loretta Lowe of Texas-T-ech
at Lubbock; Kaye McCutchen
of Tarleton College at Stephenville: Krista, Folly and
Kim Thornsburg from Texas
A 6 I at Kingsville: Bryan
Pierce of North Texas State
at Denton.
Fresh Bartlett Pears v.
In Favorite Family Dessert )SK^
Clara Cano a student at
St. Mary's University at San
Antonio. Vickee Davis and
Vivian Lee Wood, students
at St. Mary's Hall, also came
to Marfa for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Wells.
III. (Tommy and Susie), students at the University of
Texas at El Paso were in
Marfa for Thanksgiving, and
plan to transfer to Sul Ross
State College at Alpine.
Nancy and Kathy Stover
from the University of Texas
Austin, spent the holidays
here.,
And Register With Marfa Merchants For A Grand
Array Of Gifts To Be Given Away At The Palace
Theatre The Nights Of December 16 and 17 - Register Now — Visit These Merchants And Take
Advantage Of The Many Christmas Gifts For The
Entire Family.
K & R Home & Auto Supply
1. Hoir Drier
2. 7 Piece Kitchen Utenbil Set
Baker Jewelers
George Cross Pharmacist
1
2
Stainless btt'fl 36 cup Percolator
2 Ih Bo\ Panqburns Canclv
The Highland
1
2
1
2
Half-Inch Electric Drill
Hand Tool Caddy
1
2
Good Gulf Products
Good Gulf Products
Sport Coat
Men's Slocks
Crunchy good, this yummy Pear Honey Crunch dessert is Just
l lie treat needed to satisfy heartier appetites. Juicy, freah
Bartlett pram and a «picy combination of flavors combine with
rich honey and quick-cooking oaU.
Knsy to put together, pop the dessert in the oven when you
nit ilnwn to dinner. Serve it warm, 25 minutes later, with ic*
crenm or table cream.
Fre*h Bartlett pears from the Pacific Coast are in your
murket* in plentiful supply. Enjoy them, fresh and out-of-band,
or uvrreipes like this one.
Pear Honey Crunch
3 fresh Bartlett pears
Vj cup butter
Juice of 1 lemon
Jb
'A cup brawn sugar
" \'t teaspoon cloves
flB
% cup sifted flour
I teaspoon cinnamon s V t V« teaspoon baking soda
1 tablespoon
flour
r j P '/< teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons honey
% cup quick cooking oats
Core and slice pears. Arrange in a shallow baking dish or cake
pan. Sprinkle with lemon juice. Combine spices and flour.
Sprinkle over pears. Drizzle with honey. Beat butter and sugar
until fluffy. Sift flour with soda and salt Add flour mixture
and oats to butter mixture. With hands, mix until well combined.
Cover pears evenly with oatmeal mixture; press lightly with
hands. Bake 25 minutes at 350 degrees, or until golden. Serve
warm with ice cream or pour cream. Makes 6 to 8 servings.
—^^
The Big Bend Sentinel
1 Personalized Statiohery
2 Floir Pen l>v Papermate
Corder Lumber Company
1 Black & Decker Drill
2. Shradwaldon Pocket Knife
The Iris Shop
1
2
Foxworth-Galbraith Lumber Co.
Webb Brothers
I $50 00 Bulovo W a t c h
2. Lenox Symphony Centerpiece
tfbnna Tftnfipton It^rfttyllanoife
' %y hmtta
T^wfluu
Turkey D M 1 ^ . & * tangos*. «nd now *ate xaufihtaa
season is quickly ajd{fa'oath«
ing! The ThankjgirlBg holiday -was really rdsxJatj. (sad
fattening: calottes, calories.
and more calories) -and everyone (especially M H S students) was rather giad when
school was dismissed a day
earner than expected. Snow
and ice covered the ground
through out the week-end. bur
even that didn't stop all the
fun!
THE GOOD GUYS
ARE TURNING UPJii
Pete Pirtle Garage
Fern Form Pants & Blouse
Andre' Richard Scented Hanqers
Flowerland
1. Service Job & 10 Gals. Gas
2. One Tank of Gas
Vizcainos'
1. A r t i f i c i a l Flower Arranqement
2 Larqe Ash Troy
Nil-Way Grocery
1. 3-Piece Samsonite Luqqage
2 $15 00 Gift Certificate
El Paisano Hotel Coffee Shop
1 $25.00 Gift'Coupon
2. Large Ham
Thunderbird Restaurant
1. Turkey or Ham Dinner For Family
2. Mexican Food Dinner For Two
Gloria's Beauty Shop
1. $17.50 Permanent
2. H a i r Cut. Shampoo & Set
Butane Gas Sales Co.
1. 36-Cup Percolator
2. Thermos Juq
1. Christmas Dinner For "4
2. Christmas Dinner For 2
Viclcers' Standard Station
1- W a s h & Grease Job
2. 10 Gallons Gas "
Highland Barber Shop
1. Hair Cut, Shampoo & Tonic
2. Bottle of Tonic
Hugh's Enco Service
1. One Atlas Tire
2. 2 Gallons Anti-Freeze
Gasnor's of Marfa
John's Dry Goods
1- $35 00 Gift Certificate
2. $25.00 Gift Certificate
Christophers'
1
2
$30 00 Gift Certificate
$20.00 Gift Certificate
Eddie Pierce Motors
1. Berkline Recliner Choir
2 . Fieldcrest Electric Blanket
1 I Set Double Rotuna Head Rests
2 Set of 2 Goodyear Seat Belts
Sponsor*! l y TH« M a r f a Chaatbcr^f Com mart*
SUCCESS CAR
THE 1969 DODGE CHARGER
ran un -.r-i
How do you improva tho Success Car of the Year? Just take a
look at the 1969 Dodgo Charger. Beautiful styling. Livery
performance-. And a brand-new Charger SE for 1969. Test drivo
the 1969 Chargor at tho Dodge Boys today.
, WEBB BROTHERS
102 E. San Antarit
W.i\
(fir
1
1
""Pi*" N o * M p m i g h t w Side of Washington
- J - - v , " ^ ? l ^ - K B t h y White
Mrs. W . T. Da>is remains'
(wife-dt Congressman
in Brewster Memorial HospiRichard White)
tal after having become ill
here Thanksgiving Day.
It was hard to leave sunny
West Texas this past week.
When 1 landed at Dulles airWashington 1
Dr.. C. S. Defandorf of oort near
Valentine was a patient in found my car covered with
Brewster Memorial Hospital fall leaves all packed down
a part of last week and this with-a thick crust of snow, 't
was below freezing and there
week.
was no glimpse of the sun.
Mrs. Helen Scott, who un- As I scraped the windshields
derwent surgery recently, is and struggled to get the car
under treatment in Brewster started 1 decided we have a
good thing going in the southMemorial Hospital.
west.
The pace in Washington
Mr., and Mrs. H. O. Biediger left Marfa Wednesday during this transitional stage
for Dallas where Mrs. Biedi- in our government has slowed,
ger will enter Methodist Hos- but the Texas State Socierv
pital. She is scheduled to un- honored Mrs. Lyndon Johnson with a reception at the
dergo surgery.
Smithsonian Sunday. There
are over 2,000 Texans in
Mrs.
Maude Bogel is in Washington who belong to
Providence Memorial Hospital that organization, and manv
in El Paso where she was ta- of them were on hand to
ken after suffering a broken qreet the
out-going First
hip.
Lady.
Stinson-McCutchen Wedding
Planned For December 28th
Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie A.
Stinson of
Deming. New
Mexico, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Rainell Darlene, to Jack Randall
McCutchen. Jr., of Alpine,
son of lack Randall McCut-.
chen, Sr„ of El Paso and
Mrs. Catherine Vickers of
Marfa.
The couple will be married
December 28 in St. Lukes
Episcopal' Church in Deming.
the Rev. Charles E. Waldo
officiating.
Miss Stinson is a 1967 graduate of Deming High School.
She is a sophomore at Sul
Ross State College where she
Christmas Party
For Beta Members
The 'members
oT Te\;is
Omicron Eta Chanter of Beta
Sigma Phi met Monday at
7:30.p.m. for their semi-monthly meeting which was also
their Christmas party.
Mrs. Bobby Lassiter, president, called the meeting to
order and led in the Opening
Ritual.
Reports were given by officers .is well as special committee chairmen. Plans for the
Christmas Dance have been
completed, also, arrangements
for .the Christmas Party for
the' Special Education Class
were planned. Silent Sister
Thanks were given.
Program chairmen for the
Exemplar Chapter, Mrs. Tom
Robison and the Ritual of
lewels
Chanter
chairman
Mrs. M. P. Prather, directed
the programs.
The building was made
festive by Christmas decorations including a Christmas
tree, pine cones, candles and
ornaments.
Hostesses for the evening
v.ere Mrs. Harper Medlcv.
Mrs Marshall CorHcr. Mrs.
J. C. Nelson. Mrs. Albert I.ou.in. and Mrs. Rnv Everett.
Refreshments were served to
twenty-one members.
is majoring in Elementary
Education. She has one sister,
Patty, and one brother. Dale.
The prospective bridegroom
is a 1964 graduate of Van
.Horn High School where he
waj a member of the varsity
football .-.team and EEA. He
will" receive his bachelors degree on December 20 from
Sul Ross State College where
he is a member of the Range
Management Club and has
represented Sul Ross at several national stock shows. He
has two sisters. Miss Sellcn
and Miss Kaye McCutchen'.
! The Bishop Bailey*
Another
honor has come
•
•
Mrs. Johnson's way. One of
the large islands in the Potomac has been named for her.
Along with the planting of
numerous cherry trees, over t '•'•*
one million bulbs also have
been donated for the island.
It should be a beautiful sight
to see this spring and Mrs.
Johnson has promised to return to see it.
• The Washington papers are ;
full of lovely pictures of the I
Nixon girls and their mother.
Julie is planning a December
wedding to General Eisenhower's grandson, and Tricia
dates a young man from New
York, so the papers say. All
of the write-ups stress how
poised and gracious the girls
are, just as the write-ups • on
Lynda and Luci Johnson have
complimented them.
I imagine he*ng in the limelight could be hard on children of well-known personalities, and harder on their mother. I've heard thai oi.e governor's wife said tha. during
a campaign she smiled sweetly as her young children misbehaved in front of ' others,
men regularly packed them
off to a quiet spot for their
weekly spanking or dressing
down. Children are children
no matter how exalted their
•jarents.
Personals
Mrs. Herman Ledbetter is
in Hendricks Memorial Hospital in Abilene for a check
up-
The Big Bend Sentinel, Thurs. Dec. 5. 1968, Marfa, Texas
Hove Holiday Guests
•
j
I Mr. and Mrs. bishop Bailev ]
| had as their guests for the
I holidays, their daughters and
j family. Mr. and Mrs. l.eo
I Jackson, daughters Margaret
j and Karen'from Uvalde, and
I Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer;
and sun from Houston. Also.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Alitor
from -Anchorage. Alaska.
I Mr. and Mrs. Au'or an i^
M i s . Mevcr and HI:I remaiii- |
jed for a l'>n,jor visit.
The Perfect
Gift!
A Subscription
To The
Big Bend Sentinel
Engagement Announced -- Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mcndias, Sr.
of Marfa announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Berta Melva to Spec. 4 Henr/'Mata. Jr.. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Mata, Sr.. also of Marfa. The wedding date has
been set for December 21, and the] ceremony will be held af
7:30 p.m> in the First United Methodist Church.
Sun Queen-Elect Has Marfa Ties
Miss Mary Hardie Hoover,
queen-elect of the 1968-69
Southwestern Sun Carnival,
is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph R. Hoover of 530
Kerbey, and a member of a
family long and intimately associated with the Sun Carnival. Her escort will be Raymond Edgar Burgett.
CMA/S77MAS
charter member of the Marfa History Club, and provided a building lot for the first
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
built here, and also gave the
pulpit for thv! new church.
Douglas Fir and Scotch Pine
"Early in IS97 the Episcopalians secured permission
$2.95 to $7.95
from Bishop Kcndrick to build
Frank Coffield is home from
a church here.'' according tr
Brewster Memorial Hospital.
On Sale At The Ag Bldg.
Mrs.
Hoover, tne queen- information in a history oi
the
churth
written
bv
Amv
elect's mother, is treasurer ot
By The Marfa FFA
the Women of the Church ot 1 larpcr.
St. Clement and .Us,-- ,-,i (_ornnado Count r y d u b Ladies
Golf Association, has been a
'. ice-president of the South- •
western Golf Association an 1 !
< n the boards o! the Junior
Leaaue of El Paso- members j
Guild of El Paso Art Muse- j
"in Association and Coronado
PTA of which she is treasurer
Mr. Hoover is director of
R. T. Hoover and Co.. Northqate National Bank. Tornillo
CHUCK ROAST .. . . . lb. 53c
Cotton Oil Co.. Tornillo Gin
Co., Riller Gin Co., HudsARM ROAST
, . . . lb. 55c
neth County Conservation and
Reclamation * District No. 1
and El Paso-Hudspeth Soil
CHUCK STEAK .
lb. 59c
Conservation District. He is
chairman 'of the Far West
CHOICE RIBS . . .
lbs. 89c
Texas, fA'ssociation of Soil and
Watec; Conservation Districts
SLICED BOLOGNA
lb. 49c
a n d ' w a s appointed by Gov.
fbhn' Connaily to the Pink Boll
Peyton's - Sliced
Worm Commission.
The Sun Queen-elect's pat• • • 2 lb. pkg. $1.19
ernal grandmother was Mrs. Prices Effective Through Saturday BACON
Louisan
Livesav
Hoover,
12-oz. Can
whose parents. Mr. and Mrs. County Kist
Joseph Livesay, had moved to
2 for 35c
Marfa in 1880. and later to
Gold Medal
Anthonv. N. M. where li«? was Gebhart Jumbo
No 2\ Can
25- lb
a well-known lumberman and
Miss Rainell Darlene Stinson
Boq
Tamales
.
39c
merchant.
. . To Marry In Deming. N. M.
Mrs. I. R. Livesav was a
Shop At Nu-Way Grocery For A
EST-FUU. OF fOOP VAUIES
For Treasur&'Min3e<l Govrmefs !&*&?
FLOUR
Corn . . . .
Aunt Nellies
Orange Drink
v"Hr^
2 for 59c
Kimbell
2 for 35c
Del Monte
\-i-oi
2 for 49c
Carnation
Tall Can
Post Toasties
Kimbell
Tucker.;
3-lb
Can
59c
2 for 35c
Colo New Crop
8-oz Box
Pinto Beans
Giant Fab
' >
2 lbs. 59r
Hl-C
46-oz. Con
Orange-DrinlrT7TTTT^3 for 89c
Kimbell
10 Roll Baq
Toilet Tissue
Why Ranchers Uke
Federal Land Bank
Loam
LETTUCE
POTATOES
1. Nn appralMl trt*. No
commlxsions.
2 Rraltstlc appraluls.
3 No penalty for pre pay
rricnt.
1 Low lnter*»t
Ion*
term.
5. Serve* small i»x! tore'
operators.
When you n««d • lean, con
tsett.
1. Pr*4 LaLanr*. munag»r
Cwiw by and ••• ut at —
M * H F 4 , TEXAS
Pure Gold Calif
Register Now For A Berfcline Reclininq Chair and
a Fieldcrest Electric Blanket To Be Given Away
December 16 and 17.
CHRISTOPHERS
Irji M a r f a
ORANGES
lb. 9c
2 for 45c
Oleo .
FREE DELIVERY *
Mrs
Bottle
Catsup
GIVE FURNITURE
BUDGET TERMS
SHORTENING
303 Can
Tomatoes
The Whole Family Will Enjoy
$1.98
Quart
Milk . . . .
Federal Land Bank
Association
S
79c
2 Heads 35c
10 lb. bag 47c
*
2 lb. 25c
NU-WAY
618 W . SAN A N T O N I O -
Chiquito
BANANAS
3 lbs. 35c
GROCERY
AND MARKET
729-4991
69c
6
T h e Big B e a d Sentinel. Thurs. Dec 5. 196S. Marfa. T e x a s ^
Ramsey Named
Yates Services Held November 25 • Marfa Fire Chief
Funeral services lor Ira (j I'qrown to 400. He was a freD . K.
Red" Rarasev was
(Clap) Yates. 8 2 . prominent quent visitor at "the l.onghorn
Classified Inwrtion R a t a
West Texas
rancher. »tri' , cattle ^.ile at Wichita Moun- re-elected I'irc Chief of the
first Insertion—5 cents pet word or 90 cents mtauBum.
Second Insertion and thereafter-3 cents per wur^ or 70 cents mnu
Wildlife
Kcluge
in . Marfa
Volunteer t i r e
Deheld November 25. at 2 p.:n t.niis
partment dunng a regular buin Marathon MethodiM Chur- •| Oklahoma
Non-consecutive Insertions 5 cent* per word per Insertion and 9C
ch with buna] in the family I Y.ites was famous in \Ves» siness meeting of the members
jents minimum.
cemetery
near
the
Glass I T e x a s for
his old-fashioned of the 1'ire Department this
Legal Notice rate,—..23 cents per line par Insertion.
_ ^
Dear Santa Glaus.
Mountains.
harder
services chuck-wagon dinners and ro- week.
Open classified Display advertotBf ^ J " * 6 * * ! ? ^ ^ . a
I
have
two
little
girls.
N
i
c
were held Saturday in jacks- deos held at his ranch.
Bill Shannon w a s elected
Deadline lor rectWng oromnqeUlnf classified ads 1» 12 BOSS : Witt,
boro. H e died in fort Worth.
Survivors include his dau- president of the organization. ki and A m y and w e are writMr. Yates w a s bom fn San ghter. Mrs. Billie (ones of Other officers elected to sex- ing y o u to tell you w h a t they
Ihtlui
Bend Sentinel fuMUtt requirement* tor pubUr»Uon o l aO
A n g e l o on July 4. 1886. H e Vineyard; one son. f a y e t t e ve for the 1969 term include. would like for Christmas.
To • j ^ e s ^ a d or tor Information Dial PA M 3 5 i
A m y is two years old and
v.as an Heir to the famous Yates of Abilene; a brother. D a w s o n Drake as Assistant
mi*mmm
Yate* Oil Pool interests of L A. Yates of San Antonio. Chief: George McCallum. se- s h e - w a n t s a Baby D r o w s y , a
P-7 Matkol iBttnuwnhi
cretary-treasurer: Rev. Lloyd racking chair and a telephone. V I SPECIAL NOTICIS l A-7 Lott oadtV Fosjwd
P e c o s County
and operated ttid thiee grandchildren.
i
Nicki is five years old. .She KEADKT.S a l e Cautioned to in L O S T - K e y Ring with four
Conner and Rev. Gene Richa la'tic r.i:i^h i.i tli.: <j!ns..
ardson. Chaplains;
Kenneth would
like an E a s y
Bake jtestlgate thorougnly any adwer- keys. Reward, Bring to S e n - N e w O t f t o M a W v P u o p s & Or.
Mountains area near Alpine.
Beanland.
Custodian
and
O
v
e
n
,
a
Tippy
T
o
e
s
doll
and tfser whose ad requires teboal- tinel olfice or call 7 2 9 - 4 3 ¾ . fans, Yamaha Qraada - HaniHe
was the first
Alpine
man Player Pianos, Best sejppv
as», paid for by U M reader, or
). S. Livingston. Jack M e c k - a Spirograph.
rancher to succeed in bring36-3tc Hon used Graads, ^ t o e t a , Cplin and W a l t e r Garnett
as
T h e y would like a folding t s h m a t m e n t as a condWan of
ing
in modern water
wellrights, In . W s * Texas, Plaaa
The B e
Bead
Trustees.
table and chairs and
any- employment.
drilling outfits. H e had pipeWnlrnv rebuilding, reftois>U>».
§antlnM makes every effort to A-8 Card of Thgnkt"
lines laid to properly distriFuneral services for Hcnrv
Guapurieed lowest prices* b e d
Livingston was named C a - thing that you would like io w e e n all advertising placed in
W e wish to take this media in aereiee. Serving Marls «%«*bute this newly found water T. Harris. 57. of 2906 I'oin- l tain of Company N o . 1 and leave t h a n .
tti -cohnnna.
. 4^tfp to thank our many
friends
45 days. Call or write MB o k
e v e r the
mountain grassland settia.
Sally
Dallas
an
em- Buck Tomlinson
was named
Christmas
Gilt Ideas
from for their cards, floral tributes Sam P i s c o Sales A Sarytda,.
a n d from then dn he began ploye of the City of Dallas Lieutenant Mecklin w a s naFord - at Eddie Pierce Motors. and other gifts o l love and 8331 Andrews HlghWHy» Odessa.
raising cattle and sheep.
foe 23 years, were held at 2 med Captain of Company N o . Dear Santa Claus,
$
»tfc
I am six years old and t Light weight, easy-to-operate sympathy in the recent illness EM 24551.
p.m.
Saturday
at
[Judle/ 2 with Bobby Donaldson as
and
passing
of
our
father
and
Yates also brnuqht in bul- M.i~rt»s 1'tinrral CI; i-••!
portable
vacuum
cleaners,
for
n \ ,n.,t~^:trtt.
I have been a kinda good girl.
r..:, .. :.. ., .., : J . . '
boats, IIUJLC.IO, i-oiwii C W'ease.
t Dallas w.uh the Kev. Kobert
Please bring me a
Baby use. in cars, trucks,
Carrell. Mira A n n e and
about
100
Longhorn.s
had Ridley officiating.
Has
15
foot
Interment
First-Step Doll, some clothes housetrailers.
Lucille W e a s e
cord--Car
or
pickup'
litter
w a s in Memorial Hill* Cemeand a
little b u g g y
for the
tery in Austin.
doll, a play telephone and a bags—Motorized Ford M u s • Continued f r o m P s s e 1)
I stuffed dog for my bed and tangs 16' model—Big size pe- D-6 Office For Rent
dal driven M u s t a n g s , for big HAVE SPACE for office or
Mr. H a r m , a native.of Dal- 1935 to 1949 when the space | some play dishes.
(Continued From, Page 1)
las, w a s employed; hv the now occupied was used b y '
store in
Thunderblrd
Be sure and remember all Mustangers -- Y o u can open small
II I had this day to thank ,city's • public works-, depart- j the U S. Military.
the other little children
at your trunk from inside your Building. See Eddie Pierce in **»
the Lord for the beauty and ment.
car without having to' get out Marfa.
2frtfe
i
A. W . Bishop, president ol Christmas.
i
t h e duty H e has placed throuwith a Remote Control Lug He
w a s . graduated
from ; the Marfa Chamber of ComI love you.
ghout my way. I would sure- High School in Marfa and merce,
P-8
Apartment
for
1U»»
said
today.
'The
age Compartment D o o r Lock
Martha Ryan
ty want to s a y : ' I am grate- was a member of the T e x a s Marfa Chamber heartily enlelease — Heddman
D y n o - APAUTMENTS for rent. Call
ful for my life, my land, mv Surveyors Association.
dorses the undertaking .of the Dear Santa.
24-Uc
tuned
Header Pipes to
fit 729-4521 in Marts.
relatives and every
friend.
His survivors
Include his people to honor the members
289 engine — D e L u x e
1 want to cooking stove and any
NICE
furnished
appaxtment
P l e a s e forgive me for not see- mother. Mrs. Lucy Harris ol of the Border Patrol of the
Covers.
simulated
a doll that has a tub and a W h e e l
Close to business district, : CaO
ing the true purpose of my Dallas:
a
daughter.
Mrs. Marfa Sector. I urge nil the doctor kit.
mags, moon G original .equip729-4611.
latfc
being."
George L. Moore o l Fountain people to take part in this
W e will leave you coffee ment — Pickup Spotlight Kit
Valley. Calif.; a brother, [ohn recognition of the Border Pa- and cookies.
— Carry your T o p T e n T a p - For Rent • N e w l y redecorated
W . Harris of Orinda. Calif.; trol people."
apartment.
Call
Don't forget all the other es with you wherever y o u g o furnished
two sisters. Mrs. Kay Roberts
PRESIDIO COUNTY
in a Stereo T a p e c a d d y . C o n - 729-4598. Buck N e w s o m e .
Members of the W o m a n ' s boys and girls.
STANBACK i h H jw TAST rtStt
of M.irf.i and Mrs. K. M. Auxiliary.of the Marfa Chamvenient, compact, and can al35-2tc
ABSTRACT CO.
Love,
fnKMiavof kttSsebt^Muraliii,
Cleveland nf Dallas: 4 grand- ber of Commerce will serve
s
o
be
used
a
s
an
arm
rest.
-neurits, stwffltocfptjns of srthtfhV
Lisa Peiser
Mrs. Ola Mae Renfroe children, Diane and Karen the barbecue.
Four and Eight Track T a p e s , F-4 MisctttonoOT for SoU
rhmwstJini.'Mesesi STANBACK
Moore
of
fountain
Valley,
ccntiim smrak mdictUy<sMtn*4
Patoano H o t t l Bldg.
the latest in Stereo T a p e En55
gallon
drums
clean,
reaand priicriwd inpeditntt ier fast
f'i'.f rind Hrvan .ind Dehhi"
PA t-4?S4
Marfa
tei 1.......,^..: -- L,i.«..oo
l'jj,e
rerisf, y:u un take STANBACK with d
y
to
use.
>
3.00
each.
Louis
FUSUC
NOTICE
PUBLIC N0T1CF.
Downing ol Devine
Players,
Four
and
Eight. Marline:. Jr. - .729-4298.
contidence. Satisfaction fMuntttdl
THE -STATE OF TEXAS
T H E S T A T E OF T E X A S
Smfilbckmrt
Eight, or just Four 'Track -34-6U
C O U N T Y OF PRESIDIO
C O U N T Y OF PRESIDIO
Factory Matched
Colors to
Let Western
Mattress Co.
SHERIFF'S" S A L E
SHERIFF'S SALE
keep your car looking
like
W H E R E A S , on the 18th new in 6 oz. spray cans -- take care of your mattress
WHEREAS
on the 18th
needs. Renovating
and new
ilav ol October. 1968. in Cause day-of October. 1968. in Cause I Tire
Inflator nnd
Puncture rpattrrr'fj an;; 'oox rpr'TT. PV"
.11 tl.e
Ih.stnct Sealers — Ford Headrests.
N...
;"<»..-A. in titc D . n t i c t . ".u. J')U-.\.
convenient home appointment,
Presidio
County.
Court
of
I'rcsidio
County. Court of
35-3tc call PA 9-4376.
47-tfc
IY\.v. uherein
Marfa Inde- T c \ n v wherein Maria Inde"*&WJT.
pendent School District, Citv pendent School District. Citv
For
Sale
-U
s
e
d
Box
spring
FAMILY MONUMENTS
of Marfa. State of T e x a s and of Marfa and State oL T e x a s .
sets. Reasonably priced. C o n None too i m a l l or too large,
Presidio,
were
County
of
Presidio
were Countv of
tact Ramada Inn, V a n Horn,
twa
hundred designs,
marble
31-tfc
Plaintiff.
Impleaded
Party Plaintiff. Impleaded Party De- and granite, terms arranged tee T e x a s .
Defendants, and
Interveners fendants, recovered judgment or call J. H . Cass, PA 9 4488
recovered
judgment
ngiinst against Alberto Garcia. De- M a r f a Texas.
Carlos Franco. Defendant, lor fendant, for taxes, penalty, inthe YAHD WORK Bud Weber will
tavcv penalty,
interest and terest and cost against
work in your yard. Do a good
cost against
the hercin.iltcr hereinafter described proper-]
Job. Only $1.00 per hour. Call
described property:
7294533.
24-tfc
W H E R E A S , on
the J r d |
W H E R E A S , on
the 3rd
1
WXL
day of December, 1968., by day of December. 1968. b y ,
Amazing Compound Dissolves
Common Wart* Away
virtue , o f said judgment and virtue of said judgment and I
Without Cutting or Burning
thottnandate* thereql-the Clerk the mandates thereof the Clerk!
Doctors
w»rn picking or scratchof, ibei-above, mentioned l)is- of the above mentioned l.)is-j Thin Shell - Top Quality
ing at warts may caua* bleeding,
tdcV. C o u r t , o f said countv did trict Court of said county did J
spreading. Now smsring ComWe Crack 'em So Svccessft* It Outsells
pound W* penetrates into warts,
CAu^r- to b e , issued an O r d e r ! cause to be issued an Order;
Ready
to
shell
destroys their cells, actually melts
of
Sale
commanding
me
as
j
of • (SaJe. commandinq m e . as 1
AH Others Combined
warts away witliout cutting or
60c p«r pound
Shjtriff, of said county to seize , Sheriff of said county to seize. I
burning.
Painless,
colorless
levy upon and sell in tin- .man-i levy upon, and sell in the manR. G. Shakr - Ft Davsi Compound W, used as directed,
ner and form as required by • ner and form as required by
removes common warts safely,
6 Blocks W e s t of
effectively, leaves no ugly scan.
law the hcreinatter described \ law the hereinafter described
OtNTMCNT or SUPPOSITORIES
Court H o u s e
propertv:
ji propertv: *
O n Court Street
W
H
E
R
E
A
S
bv
virtue
of
W H E R E A S , by virtue of'}
Photi* 4 2 6 - 3 9 9 6
said Judgment and said Order said judgment and said Order
of Sale and the mandates of Sale a n d the mandates
thereof I did on the 3rd day thereof I did on the 3rd day
LIKE M A D ?
of December. 1968. s e u e and of December. 1968. s e i i e and Mountain V i e w Rock. S h o p .
WITH BUUWR IMITATION G a t t h i s d o c t o r ' s f o r m u l a !
l e \ y upon as the propertv of levy upon as the property ol VA miles west H i g h w a y 9 0 .
Zemo speedily stops torment of
Suffer Many Troubles
the above defendant the fol- the above defendant the fol- W e have Christmas Gifts on
externally caused itching... of
described
property, displav now.
After 21, commas Xidatr or Bladder
lowing
described
property, lowing
14-4tc
ccxeraa, minor skin irritations, nonIrritBUoasaflecMwfe*
as
many
women
in
Presidio County.
situated in
Presidio Conntv. iituated
poisonous insect bites. Descmitiat
as man and may mare you least sad
r
e
\
a
s
.
to-wit:
W
a
n
t
e
d
-Baby
stroller
in
aerrnm
from
too
frequent,
burains
or
nerve endings. K ills millions of surT e x a s , to-wit:
aching
urination
both
day
and
usM.
(Said
description
.showinq
face germs. "De-itch" skin with
good
condition.
Call
7
2
9
(Said description
showing
Secondarily,
you
may
lose
sleep
tnd
Zemo—Liquid or Ointment.
36-ltc
the number of acres, original the number of acres, original 4534.
softer from Headaches. Backache and
(eel old. tired, depreued. In tueh irrisurvey, locality in countv and sur\ev. locality in county, and
tation, CYSTEX usually brinp fast,
n . m e bv which said 'propertv name bv which said property
relaxint comfort by curbing irritating
PUBLIC
N
O
T
I
C
E
is
most
aenerallv
known.)
germs
in strong, acid urine and by analis rno-l qenerallv known.)
gesic pain relief. Get CYSTEX at drugFirst
Tract,
Lot
13.
Block
i
^
First Tract l,ots 2. 1 and
[ckap*«ti
J
gists. See bow fast U can help you.
•I. in Block 25. Original Town- 12. W e s t Heights Addition Notice Of Appointment: N o City ol Marfa,
Presidio; tice T o All Persons Having
site of City ol Maria Presi- lo
soothing antiseptic relief for
dio County, Texas
Countv. T e x a s .
, Claii is Aoainst
T h e Estate
PAINFUL C O R N S )
And
I
will
on
the
hrst
Of
Loiena
M.
Kojas.
And I will on
the Iir-it
AMAZING LIQUID
Notice '.< herehy given that
'Tuesday in the month ol |.m- Tuesdav in the month, of Janu
RELIEVTS PAIN AS
WIND OR SUNBURNED LIPS —
I960, the same bcina/l O n g i r a l
Letters
Tcstamennaiv
l'>n
the same bono, uarv
FEVER BLISTERS. COLD SORES.
IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY
the 7th da\ ol said month, thc 7th d.iv of
said month tarv upon the Estate of LoreNo« rfmo»f rr>ffi« tbr (**(. esty v i f
p n n r r d to sell all the rioht. proicrd to sell all the riqht j n a M. Rojas, were issued, to
»iitv I'rmnfK: >. Luj'itd f f r r i ' W tT* IN THE i
IICM-S r,sin instmtjv. »<->'»,> heh** tbe
title and mterc-t ol the De- title and. interest ol the Oe me. the undersigned, on the
the WXL tries to pay its own w i y !
skin l't>* to Ji»\*>l\t ii.in% i»*y \n iuv(
GREEN
TUBE*
lendant in and to said proper- fendant in and to said proper- 2nd d.iv ol December. 1°6S.
d*>* l*t f r m t t o c . . . jr sll Uruji tourfcr*.
ty at the Court. House door tv at the Court House door in the proceedings below my
1. Saves.'pn do)hes,r*posignod for perfect
ol said county in the t..tv <sr of said county in the city or signature hereto which is <till
caro\3f,Any fftodorn fabric.
'own of Maria between the town of Marfa between the
pending, and that I ' n o w hold;
hours ol 10 00 a m ind 1 0 0 hours of 1 0 0 0 a.m. and 4 : 0 0
2. Sovcs you^Mp. Soaks, w a s h e s , rinses
such letters'. All .persons hav- j
p.m.
to
the
highest
bidder
lor
P m. to the highest bidder lor
Call
a n d r . p i h f r g r y ' a u t o m a t i c a l l y A d d s all
cash, provided, however that cash provided, however, that inq claims against said estate. I
Expert
Phone PA 9-4119
washing,ijfrrxiucts automatically,
none-<»f-s^kl-propcrty^shalLbe.i none joJ[ said property shall be which is being administered.!
S«rvic«
Marfa, Taxoi
sold to the owner of said pro- soTd'to thTowner~of"sald~pro^ in—thr-Gounty below— nnmed.j
3. Sayos you'rrioney. Uses less detorgent.
perty directly or inJ-rectK or | pertv directly or indirectly or are hereby required to pre- i
Use* loss wator (infinite choice of water
to anyone having an interest io anvone having an interest sent the same to me respecttherein or to anv partv other therein or to any party other ively, at the address
levels).
below
Then, there's that once a month
than a taxing unit which is a than a taxing unit which is a given, before suit upon the
partv
to
this
suit
for
less
than
4. An amazing warranty. (Ask WTU)
party to this suit for less than
same are barred bv the G e n when
a
girl
could use a good old-fashioned
the
amount
.
of
the
adjudged
the amount of the ndjt'dged
eral Statutes
of Limitation,
5. BuUttolastyourfamirymorethanadecado
medicine.
value of said-propertv or the value of said property or the before such estate is closed,
judgITS THE HOMEMAKERS BEST BUY I
aggregate amoun* ol
tudg- aggregate amount of
Ma>be you feel jutt plain bad then. Or
ments against said property in and within the thne prescribments against said property in
maybe a little lonely and sad, like you could use a pair of
«aid suit, which ever is lower, ed bv
law.
M
y
address
M
said suit, which ever is lower,
REDOY CREDIT
arms around you.
uibirct also to the right of the
subject also to the nylit of the Defendant to redeem same In P O Box 865. Marfa. T e x The* beet there Is. WTU aorta «Ks to monthly poym—oi
_
Well, we havt just the thing for this once a
!
Defendant to redeem same in the time and manner provided a v
rsejM onto tow mnkm statement.
month tune. Lydu E. Pinkham Tablets. They're made with
( S ) |esse K. Kojas
I
the time and manner provided by law and subject also t o the
gentle, natural ingredients, including one that works to help
by law and subject also to the tight of the Defendant to have
Jesse K. Kojas. Executor j
$(ttfti$»C (Mat **ttt m*
Off**
relax tightened muscles that give yon cramps.1 Plus a little
right
o l the Ueiendant
to ««M property d i v i d e d . a n d . s o l d I
Of T h e Estate of Loren.i
iron that a girl could use at a time like this. And, you don't
have said property divided and m less divisions than
M. Kojas. Deceased. In
the
run any chance ol the kind of unpleasant tide effects you
sold in less divisions than the whole.
County Court o i Presidio,
could get from some of the newer drugs.
whole.
County,
Texas,
Cause
With aa old-fashioned problem like this,
D A T E D at M s r f a . T e x a s .
D A T E D at Marfa. T e x a v
N o . 92«.
couldn't you take an old-fashioned medicine.
this the 3rd d a y o l December. this the 3rd d a y ol D e c e m JRR * D e e . 5. 12. 19. 26
196«.
ber. I96S.
Lydk EU Pinkham
P. P. Koansy. Sherilr F. P. Rooney. Sheriff
Corals saja live out ol w » Tablets and Liquid Compound
Presidio O c n t y . T e x a n t c r o r V for short, periods of
Presidio County. T e s a s
J 9 2 & J U D C C S. 12. ) 9 . 1963 J 9 4 | J U D * ^ 5. 12. 19. l t t s \ U i » w ~
Letters To Santa
Henry T. Harris
Buried In Dallas
Buy your lace
a razor.
Marfa To Honor— !
ATB-
g
Gflktte
Razor $195
HEADACHE PAlH
REMOVE
WARTS!
in automatic washers
BS ^5^9 .¾¾¾¾.¾
^
PECANS
at West Texas Utilities '
Largest
Selling
Hemorrhoid
Remedy
PREPARATION H *
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ITCHING
CHAPPED LIPS
...it so happens
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