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Volume 105 Number 1 Ranger, Texas 76470 Thursday, January 1, 2009
Happy New Year To All Our Readers!
Looking Back At Ranger Times Headlines of 2008
January 2008 efforts to fight fires in Eastland County.
Strange lights in the skies were not only sighted in nearby Erath County, but also by sev- Ranger High and Ranger College begin another year of teamwork to offer duel credit
eral Eastland County residents. The debate continues - Were the mysterious lights UFOs? courses to high school students, allowing the students to earn college credit hours before
Sheriff Wayne Bradford delivers National Child Identification Program kits to Ranger graduating from high school.
ISD Superintendent, Doyle Russell. New Ranger Elementary Principal, Kelly Kunkel, greets students at “Meet The Teach-
Casey Hudson, Ranger High School Senior and offen- September
sive lineman, was selected among six Eastland County Quick responses by the Ranger Fire Department and other area fire fighters, local offi-
athletes to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes All-Star cials and citizens averted danger in a fire for resident’s of the historic Gholson Hotel build-
Team. ing in downtown Ranger. “We dodged a bullet,” Ranger Fire Chief Darrell Fox said. “Our
Ranger History Quilt is exhibited at the National crew worked like clockwork, but we are also thankful for the quality of help we got from
Ranching Heritage Center in Lubbock Texas. Ranger citizens and our neighboring fire departments.” Seventeen Gholson residents were ac-
Historical Preservation Society voted to have the quilt cepted as guests by Ranger
made for a unique fund raising project during the 2002 Care Center.
Ranger Homecoming. Miss Betty Johnson, a
Ranger High School students from English I and II teacher at Ranger Elemen-
classes toured the Dallas Holocaust Museum with in- tary School, was presented
structor Ronnie Powell. Margaret Hopkovitz, a Holocaust the Wal-Mart “Teacher of
survivor from Czechoslovakia, spoke with the students the Year” award by Eastland
about her experiences. Wal-Mart Supercenter man-
April Casey Hudson ager, Russell Shoemate.
TxDOT officials say several projects are on hold in Eastland County due to funding, A Homecoming Parade
including safety rest areas near Ranger. on Main Street in Ranger
The King of Cowboys, Ty Murray, visits Ranger College rodeo team during practice was one of the many 2008
runs at the rodeo grounds. He was invited by Tom Reeves, then RC rodeo team coach. Ranger Exes 33rd Biannual
May Homecoming activities in Local Response at Gholson Fire
ORCA awards $3.4 million in disaster relief to rural communities. Eastland County September. Approx. 250 alumni registered during the event. Miss Rickie Shanafelt was
receives $422,821. crowned the 2008 RHS Homecoming Queen. She was escorted by Mr. Derek Gustanson.
Ranger Airport holds Memorial Day Weekend Airshow & Fly-In. The fly-in included Rodeo Time! Ranger Chamber of Commerce again brought Eastland County’s only
aerobatics by airshow stars including National Aerobatic Champion David Martin and PRCA Rodeo to Ranger for a weekend of family fun and excitement.
Lone Star Aerobatic Champion Mike Gallaway. October
Ranger ISD students receive awards and scholar- The Good News Club of Ranger was visited by Christian clown Flower. Flower has
ships at the annual Awards Assembly. Ranger High won many awards and traveled the world presenting the Gospel to children and adults.
School Honor Graduates were James Freiheit, Me- The 1st annual Eastland County Saga was held at Heritage Center in Ranger. The Saga
gan Tunstall (Valedictorian), Kassi Lucky (Saluta- featured old time country music, a chuck wagon lunch, a square dancing group, Beard
torian), and Joseph Crain. Growing contest, and many oth-
Ranger Historical Preservation Society holds a er fun activities. Ranger students
All Day Musical and Fun Day at Heritage Center studied the history of their town
in Ranger. and recited interesting facts to the
First Graders from Ranger Elementary go on field audience. Representatives from
trip to the planetarium at Tarleton State University, Eastland County towns spoke about
enjoy a picnic lunch in the Stephenville park, and their community history.
Martin - Airport Fly-In tour the Dr. Pepper bottling plant and museum in November
Dublin. Sheriff Wayne Bradford was re-
The first blade is lifted at Silver Star I wind farm in Eastland County, and soon thereafter elected as Eastland County Sheriff
began to generate electricity. in the November election, as was
Ranger Vietnam Veterans hold their 1st Assembly at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial State House Representative, Jim
Park in Ranger. Regional and state officials and dignitaries attend the assembly. The Viet- Keffer.
nam Memorial - the Sacred A Veterans Day event was held
Stone - is blessed in a ceremo- Square Dancing at Eastland County Saga at Ranger Vietnam Memorial Park.
ny by Native American David After a prayer and Pledge of Allegiance, hamburgers and hot dogs were served to the
June A plaque of appreciation is presented by Don Greenroy, Gholson Hotel Manager, in the
Throughout Eastland Coun- name of residents and owners of the Gholson to Ranger Fire Chief, Darrell Fox, in thanks
ty, the flooding disaster of and gratitude to all local fire departments for their quick response to the Gholson fire in
2007 is remember on the 1st September.
anniversary. A large area and December
many homes and buildings The thirteenth annual RHPS Ranger Night-Time Lighted Christmas Parade is held
were flooded at Lake Leon and on Main Street. HSU Six
residents evacuated. The area White Horses and Cowboy
was declared a State Disas- Band are a special feature,
ter Area by Gov. Perry and a as well as entries to the
Feb. Disaster area by President theme “Christmas Around
Bush. David Mojica with fellow Native American and Larry Monroe, the World”. Grand Marshal
July National VFW Aide-de-Camp, and children at Assembly is Ranger Fire Chief, Darrell
Tom Reeves, Ranger College rodeo team coach at the time, was inducted into the Pro- Fox. Children enjoy visiting
Rodeo Hall of Fame. Under Coach Reeves, Ranger College rodeo team won state and with Santa after the Parade.
national college rodeo titles. The annual Christmas at
A 4th of July cookout was held at the Ranger Vietnam Memorial Park. Many veter- the Gholson, hosted by The
ans, families, and friends enjoyed food prepared by VFW and Ladies Auxiliary Post 4136 ‘47 Club concert featuring
members. the Tarleton University Fac- Float at Night-Time Lighted Parade
Ranger Lions Club installed officers for 2008-2009. The gavel was given to Lion Doyle ulty Brass Quintet and Abilene Community Band is held at the historic Gholson Hotel
Russell, who officiates as 2008-2009 Ranger Lions Club President. for the 24th year. Bob Johnson, retired band director of Ranger College, put together the
Ranger Cubs won second place at the 2008 District 4 TTAB Freshman Tight Base Tour- program.
nament and advanced to the State Tournament. Six Ranger students, Kandi Crawford, Lauren Slaughter, Katie Crawford, Kelsey Le-
August master, Stephanie Nash, and Ashley Slaughter earn All-Region Band Honors. The students
Ranger High School’s Spirit of Ranger Band earned the official status as the 3rd best will be performing at the All-Region Band Concert in January.
band among I A bands in the state of Texas. Band Director Jim Strahan and band students These headlines are now a part of Ranger’s history. You, the citizens of Ranger, were
set their goals on winning the state title in 2009. a part of these events. A new year is now upon us. Let’s face it with courage and curiosity,
North Ridge Corporation and Houston Fluids & Leasing Ltd. presented a cash donation excitment and a willingness to serve the community. Goodbye 2008 - Welcome 2009!
to Fire Chief Darrell Fox of the Ranger Volunteer Fire Department in appreciation of their Your Editor - Margaret Hetrick
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Monday Night Singers The Monday Night Singers
would like to wish you a safe
and happy holiday season. We
at Homestead Nursing and Re-
habilitation of Cisco. We hope
We did not meet last week dolph”, but then he sang “Do meet every Monday at 6 p.m. you’ll come and join us.
because of the cold weather, You Hear What I Hear?”
but this week sure made up for Just when we thought it
it. Attendance was down this couldn’t get any better, Santa
week, but you could sure feel Claus came back to visit and
the spirit of Christmas in the brought us some goodies this
air; in fact, there was enough
time. To conclude our evening,
of it to make ol’ Scrooge say we sang “Happy Birthday” to
“Merry Christmas”. Jesus.
Some of our attendees got CISCO – Viola May Owens She married Kenneth Kisner
Those attending were Gilbert
up and led us in some of the Kisner, age 77, of 1404 Front in Cisco in March 1955.
Copeland, Tim Turnbeaugh,
Viola was a secretary for Poe
hymns. Glenna Morgan played Royce Taylor, Neoma Ingram, Street in Cisco, TX, went to
Insurance in Cisco for many
a couple of very moving flute Mary Hightower, Elaine Schae- meet her Lord around 4:20
years. Her husband Kenneth
solos, David Price and Robert fer, Sue Steddum, Glenna Mor- PM, Monday, December 22,
Spaulding played piano solos, was a telephone and electric
gan, Robert Spaulding, Donna 2008 at her residence.
and Bro. Tim tickled our funny Graveside services were lineman. They also lived in
Parriagn, David Price, DeAlva
bones with “Leroy, The Red- Odessa, Hobbs, N.M. and
Rodgers, Mizpah Starr, Louise held Wednesday, December
neck Reindeer” which is what Sundown.
Ford, Murl Stroebel, Lee and 24, 2008 at 2:00 pm in the
he calls “the sequel to Ru- Viola was preceded in death
Delores Starr, Chock Ingram Romney Cemetery under the by her parents; a brother,
direction of the Summers- Junior Owens; and her
Chambers Funeral Home in husband, Kenneth Kisner.
Cisco. She is survived by her
Viola May Owens was born sisters, Bonnie Jones and
January 16, 1931 in Cisco. Donnie Petree of Cisco and
She was the daughter of John Rosealee Flippen of Rising 3-19*
and Velma (Teague) Owens. Star; three sons, Jack of Cisco,
She graduated from Cisco Jim of Leveland and Joe and
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Johnny Johnson and the The cost of admission is
Pig Tales From Memory-Makers will be $4.00 per person. Thank You Remember to
Hogtown back on January 29 for an A very Happy New Year to
The family of Chase
evening of music and dance. everyone!
If you would like a place Please join us at 7:00 P.M. Carol Pell Stidham would like to subscription to
to welcome in the New Year
thank all of the friends and
that is not too far from home the entire community for
and a place to take the whole
all of the love and support
family, come to the DAC on
Wednesday evening. We extended to us during our $24.00 for
invite everyone to bring a time of sorrow. God bless 1 year in
favorite game and a snack to A Bible based 12 step recovery group each and every one of
share and help us celebrate
meets Tuesday evenings from
you. Thank you! Eastland County
the end of one year and the
beginning of a new one. The 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Wednesday
fun starts at 7:00 P.M. There evenings from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the A Woman’s Health Is Special
is no charge for this evening Cisco Church of Christ, I-20 West.
Dr. James Cawley is dedicated to caring for women’s unique health needs
of fun. Y’all come! For more information contact
Our usual first Saturday
Jim McIlroy at 817-243-5298. Serving our community and region since 1987
‘Breakfast at the DAC’ will
Come join us and see what God’s
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We are planning to have a Liposelection
chili supper on January 10th
at the DAC. Doesn’t a bowl
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The general meeting of all
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to rent the building. We James E. Cawley, M.D.,
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Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology
(On the Square in Eastland) Kim Davis-Hopkins, R.N.C.W.H.C.N.P-C
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Charles Holland Nix Mildred Ruth Lester
CISCO- Charles Holland
Nix, age 92, passed away
Mildred Ruth Lester, 100,
of Bertram, Texas passed
Texas; daughter, Lynda Sue
Harned and husband Ken-
Jennye Ruth Ready December 25, 2008. away on December 27, neth of Lake Victor, Texas;
Funeral services were held 2008. numerous grandchildren;
KATY- Jennye Ruth Ready at 2 PM Saturday, December She was born in Westbrook, great and great-great grand-
passed away in the home of Texas on September 18, children.
her daughter Clara McSpad- 27, 2008 at Summers-
den on December 28, 2008, 1908 the daughter of James She was preceded in death
Chambers Funeral Home
in Katy Texas. Andrew Witt and Maggie by her mother and father, and
She was born October 19, Chapel in Cisco. Burial
1927 in Waco, Texas to Eu- Bell Elder. Mildred was a husband Thomas Jefferson
followed at Oakwood
gene Allen Hooper and Mabel homemaker for most of her Lester; three sons, Thomas
Clara (Brooks) Hooper. Cemetery with Ron Price
Jennye attended Abilene life. She was a member of Leo Lester, James Alton
Schools graduating from officiating. the Methodist Church of 73 Lester and Vernon O’Neal
Abilene High School in 1943 Holland was born years. She enjoyed quilting, Lester and one daughter,
at the age of 15. She then December 9, 1916 in the
went to McMurry University sewing and enjoyed ceram- Opal Ruth Hightower and
– Abilene, Texas and was a Mitchell Community ics and listening to music. two grandchildren.
member of the TIP sorority. death by his parents; two
Chorale for over a decade. of Eastland County. He She loved writing poems es- Funeral services were
She received a Bachelor of In 2001, Michael’s health brothers; and two sisters.
Music in voice in 1947. made it necessary for 24 hour attended Dan Horn School, pecially for her children. held Tuesday, December
Her first job upon leav- He is survived by his wife
care and he moved to the Oak- Scranton Schools, Randolph She is survived by her four 30, 2008 at the Wolf Valley
ing McMurry College was mont Rehabilitation Center in of 62 years; sister, Myrle
to teach music and voice at Katy, Texas. Jennye moved in College and Hardin children, daughter, Maggie Church at 11 a.m. in Rising
Ranger College in Ranger, Anderson of Abilene; son,
with her daughter Clara Mc- Simmons University. He Nelda Lawson and husband Star, Texas. Interment fol-
Texas. Being the immediate Spadden of Katy, Texas, to be Randy Nix of Cisco; two
post-WWII years, there were close to Michael. That same was a member of the 15th James of Troop, Texas; son, lowed at the Wolf Valley
grandsons, Tracy and wife
many service men returning year, Jennye was diagnosed Airforce 456 Bombardment Travis Donald Lester and Cemetery.
from war and going to college with Parkinson’s disease. Becki Nix of Saginaw and wife Martha of Tyler, Texas; Clements-Wilcox Funeral
on the GI-Bill. Jennye met her Her husband of 53 years group in WWII. Holland
future husband, Michael Pat- Kelly and wife Heather Nix of son, George Fred Lester and Home in Burnet, Texas was
passed away in 2003, and soon married Betty Jane Parmer
rick Ready, when Michael was after that Jennye’s Parkinson’s Weatherford; granddaughter wife Lynda of Marble Falls, in charge of arrangements.
a student in her choir class. disease had progressed such January 25, 1946 in
Jaclyn Nix of Saginaw;
Ida Vance McDaniel
Jennye and Michael married that she moved into the Oak- Eastland, TX. He worked
in July 31, 1950 and moved mont Rehabilitation Center two great-granddaughters,
to Ft. Worth where Michael in Katy, Texas. Despite her for West Texas Utilities for
finished his accounting degree Hailey and Ava; and two MAY- Ida Vance Mc- May, Texas who preceded
infirmity, Jennye was a “bea- 18 years. He then worked for
at TCU. It was during this time con of light” at the Oakmont great-grandsons, Bryson Daniel, 92, of May, Texas her in death on November
that their first 3 children were facility for the next three Westinghouse electric until
born. Upon his graduation and Randy. passed away on Wednesday, 17, 1986. She was a Baptist
years. She organized games, he started his own insurance
from TCU, Michael took a job activities, and dinners for the He was known as Apaw December 24, 2008 in Early, and a homemaker. She had
as an accountant with Texaco residents there. She was well agency. He was an agent for
Inc. and the family moved to to many friends and family Texas. lived in the May community
known among the residents farmers’ insurance group for
Snyder, Texas. They followed and the staff for her cheery and he will be dearly missed Funeral services were held most of her life.
the oil field to Midland, Texas demeanor. 35 years.
where their fourth child was and remembered. at 3 p.m. Friday, Decem- She is survived by two
Jennye is preceded in death Holland was preceded in
born . Soon the family was by her husband of 53 years: ber 26, 2008 at Higginbo- sons, Dwane McDaniel of
Annie Marie Varner
transferred to Hobbs, NM and Michael Patrick Ready and
lived there from 1961-1965. her brother Eugene Allen tham Funeral Home Chapel Brownwood and Randy
Jennye taught 4 th, 5 th, and Hooper Jr. in Rising Star, Texas with McDaniel of May; 6 grand-
6th grades at the St. Helena’s She is survived by her sis- AMARILLO- Marie Var- Marie and R.W. were the Red Chamberlain officiat- children and 6 great-grand-
school there during that time. ter, Letha Lee Mauldin and ner, 99, died December 26,
The family was transferred her husband Dr. Rex Leon parents of six children. She ing. Burial was in the Am- children; 2 brothers, Grady
back to Midland, Texas in 2008 at Ware Living Center was a member of the Church
Mauldin of Abilene, Texas; ity Cemetery in Comanche Alford of May and James
1965. Jennye taught music, her son, Patrick Eugene Ready in Amarillo. of Christ for almost seventy
art, and Social Studies in of Ranger, Texas; daughter, Graveside services were years and attended High- County, Texas with Higgin- Alford of Fort Worth; 2 sis-
Midland ISD Schools from Clara Susan McSpadden and
held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, land, Hillcrest and Clyde botham Funeral Home of ters, Billie Jean Huddleston
1965-1995. She taught at sev- her husband Robert McSpad-
eral schools during that span den of Katy, Texas, daughter, December 30, 2008 at Elm- Churches of Christ until her Rising Star in charge. of Sydney and Betty June
including Burnett elementary, Ruth Ann Blackwell and Dr. wood Memorial Park with health prevented her from Ida was born on February Schlemer of Fort Worth.
Sam Houston elementary, Richard Blackwell of Lago
Jane Long elementary, De Za- Vista, Texas; son, Thomas Mid McKnight officiating. doing so. 6, 1916 in Baylor County,
She was preceded in death
vala elementary, and Crockett Edward Ready and his wife She was born on October She was preceded in death Texas to John M. and Hat- by her parents; husband; 4
elementary to name a few. Suzanne (Pomeroy) Ready 23, 1909 in Weatherford, by her husband, her son Roy tie Ann Houdyshell-Alford. brothers, J.T., Charles, Glen
During the late 1960’s, Jennye of Midland, Texas. She is Texas to Thomas E. and
attended graduate School at also survived by her grand Don, her parents, four broth- She married C.D. McDan- and W.B. Alford; sister, Lee
Dora Kennedy. Her fam- ers and four sisters.
Texas Tech University dur- children: Bonnie Ruth Mc- iel on February 15, 1935 in Holmes.
ing the summer months. She ily moved to Cisco when Marie is survived by sons
Arthur Lee Archer
Spadden of Houston, Texas,
earned – Master of Music
Education in 1971. In the late
Matthew Mark McSpadden of she was a child where she Darrell and wife Ethel of
Katy, Texas, Drew Blackwell
1970’s she attended Univer- and Sara Cobb of Lago Vista, grew up. After graduating Amarillo, Larry and wife
sity of Texas – Austin, Texas Texas, Lani Lea Blackwell of from Cisco High School Tammy of New Braunfels, SAN ANGELO – Arthur Shaffer Funeral Home.
and earned a certification in Lago Vista, Texas, Michael she briefly attended Abilene Lee Archer, 81, died Survivors include his
Library Science. William Ready of Midland, Terry of Richmond, David
Christian College. Marie Wednesday, December daughters, Rhonda Mida of
A lifelong Methodist, Jennye Texas.
married Dr. Roy W. Varner of Abilene and daughter, 24, 2008 in a local nursing San Angelo , Teresa Brown
was a longtime member of Jennye Ruth was a loving
St. Mark’s Methodist Church mother and will be missed by on December 24, 1937 in Sharon Simpson of Phoe- home. of San Jacint , CA , and Lana
in Midland and active in the her family. Abilene. Except for the time nix, AZ.; seven grandchil- There will be a private Herod of Colorado Springs,
choir there. Additionally, The family request that dren and five great-grand-
she sang with the St. Ann’s any memorials be sent to she lived in San Antonio memorial service at a later CO; and a brother, James
Catholic Church choir for over hospice. when Dr. Varner was in the children. date. Arrangements are by Archer of Odessa .
25 years. Her solo renditions Services were held Wednes-
of “O Holy Night” and “Ave day, December 31, 2008 at service during World War
Maria” on Christmas Eve the Edwards Funeral Home, II, Marie lived in Abilene
midnight Mass were greatly 211 Pine St - Ranger, Texas where Dr. Varner practiced
anticipated by the community.
Jennye also sang with the
at 10:00 AM with a grave-
side service at 12:30 PM in medicine for many years. Wishing You A Happy New Year
Midland-Odessa Symphony Clyde, Texas at the Catholic They moved to Clyde after
Ina Jo Russell
his retirement. She moved
to Amarillo in 2005. After New Buffet Items
her marriage, Marie was a • Black Pepper Chicken • Peanut Chicken • BBQ Spare Ribs
GORMAN- Ina Jo Russell, nephews. homemaker for the remain-
81, of Gorman passed away She was preceded in death
Sunday, December 28, 2008 by her parents, one sister,
der of her life. She was a We Will Be Open New Years Day
at her home in Gorman. Ima George Porter and two loving wife and mother and
Services were held at 10 brothers, Whit “Buster” her life revolved around her
a.m. Wednesday, December Russell and Wade Russell. family. Thank You For Your Support!
31, 2008 at the Higginbo-
Clint Coffee China Cafe
tham Funeral Home Chapel
with Bro. Barry Schahn and
Bro. Denver Rainey officiat- 412 E. Main • Eastland, TX • 254-629-3388
ing. Burial was in the Oak- 3-7
lawn Cemetery in Gorman.
Miss Russell was born 104
February 17, 1927 in Gor-
man to Whit Russell and
Sadie Lindley Russell. She More income at
attended Gorman schools.
She worked at the tailor
shop, Birdsong Peanuts,
the Gorman nursing home
and at the 7-11 as a clerk
for many years. She was a
member of the First Baptist
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based on premium of $50,000 as of
avid cat lover. 12/16/08.
Survivors include a sis-
ter-in-law, Adele Russell of
Everman; five nieces, Susan A tax benefit today, plus retirement
and Tom Arnold of St. Si-
mons Island, GA, Katy and
Mike Czaikowski of Sugar- deferred annuity from State Farm
land, Sarah and Dwane An- Life Insurance Company.
derson of Jesup, GA, San-
dra Porter of Gorman and
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Cisco Press - Eastland Telegram - Ranger Times-Rising Star e-cinc.com Thursday, January 1, 2009
That person must accept their piece he called “An Allegory of
Landscaping 2009 site as it is and then clean off and Prudence”. In this piece, Titan
January 2009 improve the site. The weeds of portrayed Prudence as a man Real
Hazel Stone life must be eliminated. A person with three heads. One head was
then needs to do the best they can a mature man looking at the Estate
1444 Pagewood Ave. with what they have and with present. One head was a youth
Odessa, TX 79761 God’s help. facing the future and the third
When we enter the new year, was an old man gazing at the
Just as each of us has limitations, Broker Johnny Shawn Wells
we must prepare for our journey so we must accept our handicaps past. The artist, Titan, then wrote www.unitedcountry.com Eastland, TX 76448 254-629-1076 or 629-2365
into the 365 days of 2009. and deal with the responsibilities a Latin phrase over the three
We certainly do not want to we may have inherited. We heads which meant: “From the
enter the new year laden with cannot escape, but must accept it example of the past, the man of United Country is the only company selling country real estate nationwide.
cares and anxieties. We want to as part of our lot. The underbrush the present acts prudently so as The only one. For over three-quarters of a century.
discard fears, hurts and unhappy and the weeds of life must be not to imperil the future.”
eliminated. We need wisdom to overcome We specialize in:
memories. As we enter 2009 past failures and the fear of
with a free and unburdened The annoyances of life could Farms • Ranches • Land • Country Homes • Vacation Homes
cripple our spirits but the repeating our failures in the
heart and an expectant attitude, unexpected interruptions and future, for this can affect our Recreational Properties • Country Businesses • Historic Properties
we must enter with a spirit of other irritating circumstances living to the fullest in the present If you’re looking to sell your property, or buy your “Country Dream,” let us know!
adventure and willingness to should not be allowed to time.
accept new blessings. When I disrupt our control and our Moses once prayed, “Teach us
steadfastness. to numbr our days...” To make EASTLAND HOMES AND LOTS course view, approx. 1230 sq. ft.
sang in the church choir, Pastor $75,000 + $135,000 - 1 BR, 2 bath condominium w/golf
Golden always told us to sing Finally, we must plan and leave the most of our days we need
with enthusiasm. We certainly the rest to God. We just do the to lose ourselves in the will of $76,800 Country But Close!! This 4 BR, 2 bath course view, high ceilings, washer & dryer,
need to enter the new year with best we can with what we have God. modular home is in a perfect location. CH/A all appliances in kitchen, wet bar, jacuzzi tub,
and exercise our faith. As we end 2008, we need to electric with upgrades through and through. approx. 861 sq. ft.
enthusiasm. We do not enter it In the 16th century, a Venetian press into 2009 and live in the
alone, for God goes with us! Master bath with garden tub, and walk in $135,000 - 1 BR, 2 bath condominium w/lake
artist named Titan painted a present but use wisdom from closet. Kitchen comes loaded with appliances, view, high ceilings, washer & dryer, appliances
It is important to go through the the past.
new year with inner peace. One oak cabinets, and dishwasher. New metal roof in kitchen, wet bar, jacuzzi tub, managed
of the greatest helps in achieving and outdoor shed with 220 hook up. Over an property, approx. 861 sq. ft.
inner peace is to make sure the STEPHEN P. KELLY, M.D. acre with deck and separate garage. Privacy
fenced, storm cellar, rock patio, and plenty of
Lake View Lots at Lake Leon’s North Shore for
sale. This subdivision has 80 lots inn phase one.
connection between ourselves
and our fellow men is clear of MEDICAL DIRECTOR pecan trees. Come take a look! Located Hwy. Most lots contiguous to the golf fairways and
all human meanness that would 6 S. views of lake. Bldg. covenants will control the
keep us from God. HEART OF TEXAS OUTPATIENT $425,000 - 3 BR, 3.5 bath brick home. Sits on growth and protect your investment, beginning
Joel 2:25 says: “I will restore to CATARACT CENTER golf course at Lone Cedar Country Club. 3 car
PENDING at $30,000 up to $125,000.
you the years that the swarming • Sutureless Surgery garage, view is beautiful. HOMES WITH ACREAGE
locust have eaten.” Have you • Laser Surgery PRICE REDUCED $90,000 - 3 BR, 2 bath brick Private Setting - 3.5 Acres, $73,500, new 2 BR, 2
lost any years to the locust? You • ReSTOR Certified home, great landscaping, covered patio, private bath home, metal roof, heavily wooded, outside
may feel discouraged to find you fence, fresh paint, new carpet inside, move in Olden.
have lost some time to the locust. • Toric Implants for Astigmatism ready, central heat & air. $117,500 - Very nice manufactured home on
Even when God told the people • Medicare Participating $35,000 to $75,000 5 acres with 4 BR and 2 baths, cross fenced,
in the day of Joel that He would • Medicare Approved, State Licensed, Ambulatory Surgery Center $65,000 - 3 BR, 2 bath wood stucco frame. detached shed and metal carport and large
restore to them the time the locust • Friendly, High Quality, Low Cost, Ultra Modern Approx. 2120 sq. ft., detached 2 car garage carport on the front of the home. This property
had eaten, (He had sent a plague • Cataract Surgery at a FRACTION OF THE COST of any hospital and beauty shop. Separate storage room. 2 city is located next to Lake Leon.
because they had disobeyed Him) lots. $285,000 - Approx. 50 acres with 2 BR, 1 bath,
He assured them there was still • Regular activity can be resumed after surgery with FEW physical
$38,000 - 318 N. Ammerman, 2 BR, 1 bath totally remodeled house, wood floors, central
hope. restrictions frame home, corner lot, No CH/A, needs TLC, heat/air, ceiling fans, barns, workshop, cellar,
Even though our previous • New patients with MEDICAL or SURGICAL eye problems are PENDING
large carport in back. new pump-house, all with electricity. Perfect
years may have been blighted by WELCOME RANGER HOMES AND LOTS weekend get-away or hunting property.
sin, we are assured by God that • No Referral Required $138,000 - 5 BR, 5 bath frame 2-story home. $350,000 - Approx. 90 acres w/3 BR, 2 bath
there is hope and that He will be Located on Main St. close to town. CH/A, small frame home, lg. lake, good duck hunting, deer
with us. partment on same lot which could be rented. and turkey. Private hunting ground.
We need to enter a new year Se Habla Espanol
Lots of potential. PRICE REDUCED $310,000 - 3 BR, 2 bath
with definite purpose and not Certified in Cataract/Implant Surgery by the $26,000 - 3 BR, 1 bath frame home on main brick home on 42.5 acres. New carpet, tile,
just a desire. What definite American Board of Eye Surgery street. Needs work. fresh paint, water well, septic, heat pump, built
plans have you made for 2009? Board Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology $16,000 - 8 nice lots located in good location in 1989. Corral, 1 pond stocked w/fish, 2 car
Just remember that the Lord is with available utilities.
never against us. Even when He detached garage, land is in several fields, one
chastens us He is always for us. 100 South Park Drive, Brownwood, TX $29,500 - 3 BR, 1.5 bath frame home. Picket planted in sudan, native grass.
Phillippians 3:13-14 tells us (325) 643-3561 * Toll Free 800-336-7324 fence, large oak trees, close to town. ACREAGE
to forget the things behind and $32,500 - 2 BR, 1 bath, garage, shed, metal $391,000 - Approx. 105 acres. Half in improved
press ahead. Nothing is gained shop, carport, large fenced backyard with grass and half in trees and brush. Two stock
Visit our NEW website www.brownwoodeyes.com metal privacy fence on one side. Window units ponds, one well. Good hunting.
by dwelling in the past. Paul did 4-79
not dwell in the past. He pressed and space heaters. Approx. 1244 sq. ft. $1,916,000 - Approx. 516 acres. Hills, creeks,
forward for he desired to know $45,000 - 3 BR, 2 bath frame home, recent brush, trees, cultivated land. Good cover for
Christ better. Mary Youvonne McMillan remodeling throughout the home with central wildlife w/oak, elm, pecan, and mesquite.
Someone once said that life
Texas Real Estate Broker heat and air, new appliances. Several ponds, water well, good roads and
is like a landscaping job. They 801 Conrad Hilton Cisco 254-442-3846 2 BR AND 1 BATH, frame, water & sewer. fences.
said that each person is given a www.mcmillanrealestate.net 254-653-8102 Cell Garage and fenced in yard. $35,000. $62,500 - Approx. 24.69 acres, wooded, stock
site with possibilities and that CISCO $62,500 - 4/1.5 frame home, 2 car carport, tank, Hwy. 80, Ranger.
our job is to see what we can do 2 lots @ 1602 Ave. E - Reduced to $5,000. approx. 3896 sq. ft. $132,500 - 41.428 acres located 4 miles North
with our site. RISING STAR-OLDEN-CARBON-CISCO of Ranger on FM 717. Property has a tree
In the new year, 2009, each LAND STRAWN-GORMAN-MINGUS- lined ridge on the front. The remainder of the
person should strive to make BRECKENRIDGE property is native cleared pasture and fields.
like meaningful and in the next 59.60+/- acres south of putnam w/30x50 metal barn w/concrete Cisco - $55,000 - 3 BR, 2 bath manufactured There is an old barn that is partial log that has
365 days should try to do a job floor & shed on side for travel trailer, food plot planted, 2 wells home, central heat & air, approx. 1 acre on a breezeway with stalls, chicken house, grain
of landscaping their site. dead end road, very secluded, new floors, fresh bin, cattle shed and various other small hay
Deut. 30:19 states: “I have 1 w/windmill and one on pump, old house suitable for hunters paint, covered deck on front. barns. Some pecan trees on it in the middle. No
set before you life and death, quarters. 0 minerals, $130,000. Rising Star - $35,000, 2 BR, 1 bath frame home. ponds or city water. One shallow water well.
blessings and cursing: therefore Hardwood floors, paneling, approx. 1400 sq. ft. The property has no South fence.
choose life that both thou and thy Brick home w/85+/- acres, coastal field, 100x20 metal barn, 4 detached garage and storage bldg., approx. 3 Reduced to $590,000 Nothing Like This!!! 200
seed may live.” BR, 4 bath & 2 car garage, fireplace, water well, near Graford acres on Main St. acres of well established Coastal and Tifton
If a person chooses life, then in Palo Pinto County, TX $450,000. Cisco - $35,000 - Home looking for a new with two large ponds. Irrigation equipment
that person must landscape it. owner!! 2 BR, 1 bath, recent updating with new and electricity. Water available. Great frontage
Big Country Real Estate
sub-flooring and linoleum throughout. Kitchen would make excellent homesite. Located on
with dishwasher and separate laundry room. 2526, call for details!!
Central heat and airSOLD years new, roofing $480,000 - Approx. 160 acres coastal grass, 2
replaced 5 years ago. Back yard with privacy stock ponds, water well, working pens. Will
254-631-0027 • 254-631-8516 • 1004 West Main - Eastland fence has great potential. Carport and storage owner finance.
shed. Located at 404 W. 6th. $304,350 - Approx. 101.45 acres, all coastal
Cassidy Ranch Estates • 1 Acre + Lots $30,000 Breckenridge, $130,000 - 2 story brick home on
approx. .726 acres, 4 BR, 3 bath, dining room,
grass, 3 water wells, irrigation equip. goes.
• New Homes Starting at $145,000 ‘New’ Homes 3 br, 2 bth, area
living room, dining SOLD and fireplace, 2 car $540,000 - approx. 180 acres, Hwy. 6 frontage,
garage and storage building. Nice patio with mixture of woods and open fields, 4 stock tanks,
• New Subdivision • Deed Restricted 1800 sq. ft. $200,000 several trees providing shade. oak and mesquite.
Land: $165,000 - 3/2/2 brick home. Legends Country LOTS, COMMERCIAL
Homes: Club. Carbon - $8,000, graveled and fenced lot, near
New Listing 160 acres, great hunting, 2 large stock tanks,
southwest of Carbon, could be cattle opperation
Beautiful 3br, 2 1/2 bth, 2 car garage, shop building, Stephenville - $165,000 - 3 BR, 2 bath brick Leon Valley Gate Co. bldg.
approx 3 arces of land, good view of city $280,000 home. Jetted tub, walk in closets, located on Carbon - $10,000, lot w/implement shed.
$2,500 per acre
Legends Country Club. Carbon - $6,000, lot that could be used for
488 acres south of Cisco, Cattle Opporation with pasture and Scranton PRICE REDUCED TO $26,500 - Building on 1 dblw, etc.
cultivation, 2 water wells, 2 br hunting cabin, on paved road, 6 Nice Double-Wide, beautiful 8 acre lot. 1/2 lots for sale in Cisco. Good location! Corner $250,000 - Mobile Home Park, approx. 7 acres,
tanks. $2500 per acre City water, plus water well, nice trees $65,000 lot with parking and large covered carport! 24 lots, new water lines, aerobic system.
120 acres creek, woods, great hunting $2400 per acre Would make a nice place for office or business! Great opportunity of an established business.
Beautiful hunting 80 acres $2,600 per acre Lake Leon: Large open room with separate office and “The Gusher” store inSOLD Ranger. Drive through,
3 br, 2 bth, 2 story, beautiful brick fire place, wooded lot, bathroom. Small kitchen area. Has a separate coolers, some inventory and equipment.
Commercial: good boat dock $75,000 storage building. Will sell by itself or has a nice $35,000.
Eastland Nice Commercial Lot 150 X 150 Main Street
Sold For Rent: 3 BR, 1 bath mobile home on 1 1/2 adjoining PRICE REDUCED $57,000 - Great Eastland
in Eastland Reduced to $100,000 Ranger - 2 br, 1 bth, $425 w/deposit lots for $26,500.00. Both for $53,000.00 location on West Main. Rock building previously
Kokomo - $49,500 - 3 BR, 2 bath frame Ranch/ used as office on Main Street. Building is one
Cisco Great location for restaurant, offices or showroom. Cisco - 3 br, 2 bth, “Newly Remodled” $650 farm house. One acre, close to Gorman on FM room. Bathroom entrance is on the exterior.
Plenty of parking and building in good shape. 2689, guest quarters, handicap ramp in two Larger lot suitable for additions.
Some kitchen equipment to remain. $35,000 entrances, 2 car detached garage. $275,000 - Country Corner Store & Boom
Cisco - $57,500 - 2 BR, 1 bath frame home. Town Restaurant. Store sells fuel & serves
Mel Delaney - Broker • Larry Armstrong - Agent 817-454-6620 4-105
Remodeled w/updated carpet, storm windows, as convenience store. Has a grill for lunch &
fresh paint throughout. Ceiling fans in every
room, 2 car garage and 2 car carport, storm $68,000 - Metal bldg. 4 roll up doors, approx.
shelter. 2400 sq. ft., one large sliding door.
$49,900 - 3 BR, 2.5 bath frame home in $450,000 - Approx. 5 acres of prime commercial
Desdemona. New well and new roof. property on I-20, Eastland. Undeveloped land
305 E. Main St. • Eastland, TX 76448 LAKE PROPERTIES with 300 ft. of service road frontage.
Leon - Hubbard - Possum Kingdom $35,000 - Breckenridge, TX, over 8,000 sq. ft.
Office Ph.: (254) 629-3800 • Office Fax: (254) 629-3803 $110,000 - 2 lake lots on Lake Leon. Water building, lots of space, 2 bathrooms, was a feed
Debbie Copeland, Broker (254) 631-5922 meter, electric, graveled surface. Boat dock. SOLD
store in the early 90’s, needs some work, but
Maggie Eaves (254) 631-4171 Norma Taylor (254) 488-0755 Lynn Dominguez (254) 631-3318 Great place for RV, etc. great location.
RANGER PROPERTIES Get-A-Way From It All. This lake cabin is ready $300,000 - 8 acres on IH 20. Close to Eastland
$85,000. 423 Strawn Rd—Two homes for the price of one! Larger home has 3 bedrooms, 1 & ½ baths and is for you to bring your fishing pole and friends. but not annexed, city water and septic, 40 x 60
1752 s.f. per CAD and smaller home has 2 bedrooms and 1240 s.f. per CAD. Nearly 2 Ac, some wooded. New
roofs on both homes. Wood floors. Unbelievable storage. Barn. 4 car carport at one house and 2 car carport
A 3 BR, 1.5 bath that has new windows, floors, metal bldg for office w/2 roll up doors, other
at the other. MLS$#11102167 and walls rebuilt post flood. Great unique outbldgs on property, great investment on
EASTLAND PROPERTIES fireplace with history and charm. Nice boat interstate. Does not include business.
REDUCED-$225,000. 505 Crestwood--Gorgeous home with over 3700 sq. ft. on oversized lot. 5Br/3 Baths dock with wonderful lakefront. Off County $65,000 3480 sq. ft. bldg. Own a little bit of
and 2 living areas. Sparkling in-ground pool and hot tub. Nearly new 12 X 16 stg. Bldg, sprinkler system. This
home is an immaculate executive home. Call today for a private showing.MLS# 11052051 Road 529, $75,000. history, Ranger. Upstairs on part of bldg., very
REDUCED-$205,000. 410 Briarwood--Gorgeous brick home on very private cul-de-sac. 3Br/2Bath, 1554 s.f. $180,000 - 2 BR, 2 bath frame with siding lake nice.
per CAD, hardwood floors, decorator colors, wood burning fireplace, 2 car garage w/openers & storage rooms. house. Rewired, replumbed, new flooring, $26,000 - Commerical Bldg. w/inventory,
Sprinkler system, new above ground pool and deck, lovely waterfall to relax by. Guest quarters, shop, work-
out room, and craft room. You may never leave home! Wow! MLS# 11048236$45,000.
carpet, fixtures, deck on front and back of approx. 5040 sq. ft., located on Main St. in
517 S. Daugherty--This home has a great front porch. 2Br/2Bath. Large eat-in kitchen with tile counters. 2 gas
house, jetted tub,PENDINGlog fireplaces, pier, Ranger. Garage bay with roll up door.
Neat ceiling treatments. 1238 sq. ft. per CAD. Lots of charm. Stg. Bldg., Electric rewired, newish roof. pump for lake water, 25x30 metal shop bldg., $275,000 - Great commercial property in
Great neighborhood. MLS # 11038659 HOMES WITH ACREAGE small apartment with water and electric. Ranger, large shop buildng about 5,512 sq. ft.
$85,000. 418 CR 487 south of Ranger, great home on 3 ac., completely remodeled from top to bottom, 2 BR,
1 1/2 bath, 1456 sq. ft. per CAD, storage bldg, 9 strand barbed wire fence, new pump, new well house, metal $32,000 - Lake Leon lot. Approx. 1 acre, water sitting on 2 city lots off Hwy. 80. Great location
roof, peace and quiet, motivated seller, MLS#11068363 front. to have a business.
$649,500 - 3/3.5 brick SOLD 6 lots, large storage $62,500 - Office bldg., 2 story w/apartment
REDUCED - $100,000. FM 2461, 10 ac. w/barn w/kitchenette and bath, water meter and septic, fenced.
LAKE LEON PROPERTIES
barn, big dock w/deep water. upstairs, approx. 3382 sq. ft., 2 BR, 1 bath, CH/
$140,000 - 318 CR 541, Lake Leon - Two homes, first is 1 BR, 1 bath w/carport, second is 2 BR, 2 bath. Both $225,000 - 2 BR, 2 bath condominium w/lake A, 13’ x 14’ safe room downstairs, 2 interior
homes have been redone after being flooded. Two lots with waterfront on a sleu. view, high ceilings, washer & dryer, appliances offices w/open space that housed 3 desks.
FOR SALE: TO BE MOVED - $39,000 new 2/1 manufactured home near Lake Leon. in kitchen, wet bar, jacuzzi tub, managed $65,000 - 2400 sq. ft. building off I-20 west, .900
208 Ave. C - Carbon, $56,000. Nice 3/1 brick home with living room, dining area and kitchen. Attached garage property, approx. 1230 sq. ft. acres, concrete floors, central air, 2 rest rooms,
or workshop. MLS#11070590 $215,000 - 2 BR, 2 bath condominium w/golf city water.
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433-1398 BRANDON GREENHAW 631-1652 JAN SMITH 631-3361
Cisco Press - Eastland Telegram - Ranger Times-Rising Star e-cinc.com Thursday, January 1, 2009
EC Commissioners Eastland County Appraisal District BRAND SPANKIN’ NEW - Describes this charming, completely
remodeled 4 BR, 1 3/4 bath home with wonderful crown molding.
Eastland County Appraisal Ranger ISD (Eastland New carpet, fresh paint, 2 living areas, storm windows and a
very nice landscaped yard. All of this in a quiet neighborhood of
Notice is hereby given District County) 72,570,150 proud homes. CS6
that Eastland County 2008 Certified Values Rising Star ISD (Eastland
READY FOR SOME COUNTRY LIVING & SOME GROUND
Commissioners’ Court will County) 31,619,020
TO SPREAD OUT ON? This place is the one for you! 3.7 acres
Eastland County surround this 3 BR, 2 bath brick home. Living, dining, study, utility
meet in a special meeting Barbara Love, Inc. Broker
$863,923,829 Cross Plains ISD (Eastland & DAG. Also included are a metal barn w/elec., 2 sheds, stg. bldg.
at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, 317 East Main P.O. Box 535
w/elec., RV shed & several outbuildings. Make your call today
January 2, 2009 in the City of Carbon 5,806,430 County) 18,162,800 to see this one! O3
LOOKING FOR A WEEKEND GETAWAY ON THE LAKE - Look
Lingleville ISD (Eastland Eastland, Texas 76448
Court of Criminal Appeals City of Cisco 78,170,910 no further! This 1 1/2 story cabin has 3 BR & sits on 2 lots.
Upstairs is the master BR with 1/2 bath & balcony facing the lake.
Courtroom, Eastland, Texas, City of Eastland County) 22,381,630 Downstairs is the living, dining, kitchen, 2 BR & a screened porch
ready for the family. Lots of inside furnishings included. O5
to consider the following 132,721,280 DeLeon ISD (Eastland www.tcrealty.net YOU’LL LOVE THE LAKE! Complete family entertainment with
swimming, fishing, boating & skiing. This cabin includes 2 BR, 1
agenda items: City of Gorman County) 13,967,730 EASTLAND
WANT BIG & HOMEY IN A CHOICE LOCATION? This 2 story bath, appliances, beds & inside furniture. Large metal deck for
Oath of office swearing 22,411,530 Huckabay ISD (Eastland brick is bursting at the seams with 4 BR, 2 baths, formal living &
dining, breakfast bar & nook, FP, wrap around porch, SDG w/stg.
entertaining & relaxation, floating dock and subnmersible pump
for the lake water. O7
ceremony for newly-elected City of Ranger County) 493,450 & SDCP all on a large corner lot. Call us - bring the whole family CLYDE, TEXAS has a cute, cozy and comfortable 2 BR, 1 bath
officials 34,487,580 Ranger College
& try this one on for size! E1
LIKE LIVING IN THE CLOUDS! 3 BR, 2 baths Ranch-style
brick home with a single attached garage. Also included is CH/A,
electric cook stove, portable dishwasher, big pantry and nice back
Posted by order of Eastland home open & spacious with lg. rooms. Kitchen/dining combo is yard located on a cul de sac. O11
City of Rising Star 82,627,000 entertaining at its finest with all up to date conveniences. The
County Commissioners’ 11,202,840 Cisco Junior College master suite is private & defines split bedroom arrangement, very
functional utility, SAG w/office & stg., DCP w/workshop, lg. wood
HOUSE & ACREAGE
GREAT VIEWS from this 3 BR, 2 bath brick home on 134 ac, m/l,
North of Ranger. This 2450 sq. ft. home was built in 2002 with
Cisco ISD (Eastland deck overlooks the city. Located in town on small acreage. E3
all the modern furnishings. Large den, dining, kitchen/breakfast
Any of the above and BUYER NEEDED TO DO SOME “HOME” WORK! Frame home
County) 359,483,690 Eastland Memorial Hospital conveniently located on a corner lot with a metal roof, living combo + wet bar, total electric, heat pump, 2 FP, large landscaped
foregoing agenda items, room, dining room, 2 BR, bonus room + utility & SDG. Call for yard and courtyard/patio & metal shop. Pastures are cross fenced
which require action, may Eastland ISD 365,912,520 District 354,805,860 more information. E4
AMAZING - TOTALLY REMODELED! Desirable location - corner
w/several sheds & working pens, good fences, road frontage and
3 tanks. Shown by appointment only! HA1
be acted Upon by the Gorman ISD (Eastland County Total: PENDING
lot - spacious living room, kitchen/dining combo, 2 lg. bedrooms, A REAL CROWD PLEASER! Got a crowd at home? Want to
entertain one? You can turn ‘em loose here! This 3 BR, 2.5 bath
2 baths & CH/A, all new flooring ceramic tile, doors & windows.
Commissioners’ Court. County) 42,098,640 $2,881,801,179 Call for appointment - you’ll be glad you looked! E5 brick home sits on 8.65 ac., m/l, and has all you need and more.
Living room, a den for entertaining with a FP, a loft and a wet
AN ELEGANT APPROACH TO TRADITIONAL STYLE! A room
bar, a family room w/FP, a dining room and a spacious utility
Leon River Cowboy
for everyone - storage for everything - even a finished detached
Church of Bangs, Texas; from the active pastorate garage (heated & cooled for parties/workshop). This brick home with a 1/2 bath. Also included are a DAG + 4 car carport, several
Calvary Baptist Church of and now bases his ministry has 3 or 4 BR (or rec. room), 2 baths, great room w/numerous outbuildings and 1 stock tank. Call us today & YOU could be
Church To Host May, Texas; First Baptist out of the Jackson Center
built-in cabinets, LR w/FP duct to heat entire house, some
vaulted ceilings, beautiful kitchen, cov. back patio on a lg. corner
enjoying quiet evenings on the deck surrounded by large trees
& country breeze! HA2
Richard Jackson Church of Sulphur Springs, for Evangelism and lot - excellent neighborhood! CALL US NOW for more details. COUNTRY HOME ON 1 ACRE with peach, pear & plum trees.
Texas; and, for over twenty- Encouragement, which is JUST REDUCED. E6
CHERISHED YESTERDAYS, but gracious tomorrows in this
This 2 BR, 1 1/2 bath farm home has a completely new kitchen
w/refrigerator, stove, MW. So many extras - call for all of the
Monday, January 5, at 6 five years, North Phoenix located in Brownwood, charming older home! This 2 BR, 2 bath frame includes a living details! HA4
p.m. Leon River Cowboy Baptist Church of Phoenix, Texas. room & den, CH/A, knotty pine cabinets, new exterior paint & even 4 BR, 2 BATH, 1/2 STORY HOME on 13.361 acres just outside of
room for an RV. Better take a look at his OLD CHARMER! E7 Cisco - This home includes CH/A, master BR & bath downstairs,
Church in Eastland, along Arizona, of which he is now The Cisco Baptist NEED A NEST? Cozy 2 BR, 1 1/2 bath home. Living room w/mock kitchen w/stove, DW & bay window, upstairs is 3 BR, 1 full bath,
with the Cisco Baptist the Pastor Emeritus. Association would like to FP & lots of windows, family room, breakfast nook w/built-in loft/study, walk-in closets & extra stg. Outside is an extra garage
w/workshop, water well for yard & livestock, 2 barns, 1 stock tank
Richard Jackson is retired invite everyone to be a part
benches, CH/A, wood deck, workshop & CP. Perfect older home
Association will host with lots of charm! E11 & acreage is cross-fenced into different pastures. City water for
Evangelist Richard Jackson. of this event. COMFORTABLE HOME WITH LARGE ROOMS & CLOSE TO
ALL SCHOOLS! Custom built on a corner lot with 2 BR, 1 bath,
the house. HA5
SURROUNDED BY LARGE OAK TREES & a 13 ac. Coastal
Joining Mr. Jackson will living room, eat in kitchen & CH/A. Included outside are a fenced field, 1995 Sundance DWMH - well insulated, thermal windows,
be the Leon River Cowboy TOWN & COUNTRY REAL ESTATE back yard, 2 carports and a metal storage building. Call today
- this one is move-in ready! E12
metal roof, sitting on cement pier foundation. 4 BR, 2 bath, living
room, dining room, family room, kitchen w/bar, FP, CH/A, split
Church worship band with
special guest Clay Jacobs. BE NIMBLE,
4-104 BRICK HOME ON 3 TREE SHADED LOTS CLOSE TO
SCHOOLS - Comfortable formal dining room, family room with
FP, kitchen w/breakfast, 3 BR, 2 bath, double attached garage,
bedrooms. 30’x40’ metal bldg. w/concrete floor, electricity and a
shed behind the building for animals. 1 stock tank, 2 water wells,
pipe for irrigation. Very productive fertilized coastal, rural water.
Fantastic place for horses. HA6
Richard A. Jackson was BE QUICK and storage building. A wonderful place to call home! E13
NEED A BIG HOUSE - BUT NOT A BIG PRICE! This 4 BR, 4 NESTLED IN THE TREES - Frame w/siding home on 7.954 acres
born August 3, 1938 in JUMP INTO bath home near the schools has just been reduced. Living room, South of Eastland. Living/dining/kitchen combo, new interior paint,
flooring and appliances, 3 BR, 2 bath and DACP w/storage. Many
Fort Worth, Texas, the son THIS ELEGANT
beautiful kitchen with built-in appliances & breakfast bar, dining
room & master bath with Jacuzzi tub. Outside offerings include trees, partially fenced, water well and 1 stock tank. Call to see
of a Baptist minister. Upon 4 BR IN a metal fenced backyard, a 5 car CP, workshop and storage all this one today! HA7
IF YOU LIKE THE DEEP SOUTH STYLE OF HOMES WITH
graduation from Grapevine OAKHOLLOW
sitting on 5 lots. Seller will contribute to buyers closing costs! Call
us to find out more! E16 VARANDAS, you will love this 2 story on 13 acres, m/l. Updated
High School in Grapevine, $239,000
A REAL BARGAIN! You decorate this 3 BR, 1 3/4 bath brick within
4 blocks of schools. See this one today! E18
& refurbished, high ceilings & wood floors, pool, guesthouse,
garage. Desirable location, close to town. HA3
Texas, he entered Howard COMFORTABLE LIVING in this older frame home. Living room, UP ON A HILLTOP where the winds blow free! This 1 1/2 story
Payne University in $199,000 SOLD
dining room, 2 BR, large bath, bonus room, utility room, CH/A,
detached garage, big lot. Call us for more details! E20
rock home sits on approx. 1.884 acres. With 3 BR, 3 baths, a
living room & a family room, CH/A, screened in front porch and
Brownwood, Texas, from DON’T WANT TO HAVE TO FIX IT UP? This 2 BR on a nice more - it’s obvious this home has a lot to offer. Call us today for
which he graduated in
more details and your chance to enjoy the ultimate in peaceful
corner lot will be the one! Fresh paint, new carpet and CH/A,
cov. parking & back yard is already fenced! Call today for your living. HA8
May 1960 with a Bachelor opportunity to see this “Just Move In” home E21 303.228 ACRES IN EASTLAND COUNTY - one of the most scenic
and serene areas from rolling hills to canyons to creek bottoms.
of Arts degree. He then UNIQUE & INTERESTING! For the family that needs lots of
completed his graduate work don’t miss out on this space - this is the one. East wing has kitchen/dining, 2 BR, 2
baths, office & rec. room. West wing has living, 1 BR, full bath,
Approx. 150 ac. of high game fencing w/40 deer, 7 deer feeders
& 5 deer stands to be conveyed. A 20 ac. stocked lake, plus a
double wide, a single wide, a rock house, barns, 2 water meters/4
at Southwestern Baptist utility & screened in porch - wings are connected by a sunroom
overlooking in ground pool in backyard. Great opportunity - don’t electric meters. If you are looking for a deer place - LOOK NO
Theological Seminary in miss out! E21 FURTHER! HA9
GET OUT OF TOWN - but not too far and stay on pavement!
Fort Worth, Texas, with a INCOME BARGAIN! Investigate the income return on these
3 houses located on a secluded lot surrounded by large oak Lovely 3 BR, 2 bath brick home on almost 3 acres. Very efficient
Master of Divinity degree. trees and close to the high school. Includes a 1 BR/1 bath &
(2)2 BR 1 bath houses. Start making money today - call us for SOLD
and low maintenance. New carpet in bedrooms, new laminate
floors except in the living room and fresh paint. CH/A is 2 years
He also has had conferred
for a limited time only, state farm Bank® old. Double carport with enclosed storage with a roll up door.
an appointment! E23
upon him the Doctor of is offering the following promotional term GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR THE HANDYMAN! Corner lot 3/2
frame house - living, dining w/FP & bay window, lg. ktichen &
Coastal grass for horses or livestock. THE PRICE IS RIGHT
- Call now! HA10
Divinity degree by both cd rate. call me today for more information. CH/A. Call for a showing! E24 BEAUTIFUL HOME ON 59 ACRES! Large oak trees surround
this roomy 3 BR, 2 bath brick home. Located on a quiet country
Grand Canyon University THIS HOME WILL GROW with your family! This 3 BR, 1 3/4 bath
home with siding has a wonderful stone FP with blower, nice big road near Ranger. Horse lovers dream - 4 or 5 stall barn, roping
and his alma mater, Howard certificate of deposit SOLD
kitchen with breakfast bar, double pane windows, vaulted wood arena. Native pasture, deer & turkey, 2 stock tanks, good fences.
Call today! HA11
Payne University. 9 Months 3.17% APY*
ceiling in living room and walk-in closet in master bedroom. This
one won’t last long! E25 COUNTRY LIVING AT IT’S BEST on 14.0780 ac. 3 BR, 2 3/4
Mr. Jackson has spent RANGER baths, in-ground pool, cov. patio & large upstairs deck w/game
room & pool table, 30’ x 40’ metal shop, greenhouse & 250 gal.
over 35 years in pastoring FRAME HOME ON CORNER LOT! This 3 BR, 2 bath home has
CH/A, cook top, oven, refrigerator, storm windows, double carport propane tank. Lots more - call for details. HA13
churches. His pastorates and beautiful pecan trees. R1
EASTLAND HILL LOCATION - Very neat and clean 2 BR, 2 bath
PEACEFUL & QUIET - SMALL ACREAGE WITH LOTS OF
TREES located in the Desdemona area. Older home that needs
include Concord Baptist home with CH/A, a family room, a bonus room, DAG, covered attention and repairs. Highway frontage, but hidden by trees.
Great retreat! Give us a call for more information. HA15
patio and workshop. There’s room for animals too! R2
CORNER LOT, older home newly remodeled, 3 BR, 1 & 3/4 HIGHWAY FRONTAGE - Farm & Ranch Place! Great rustic/
baths, fireplace, living, kitchen/dining combo, utility room, new country style home. Open kitchen/dining - will seat the whole
carpet & central H&A on 2 lots. See to appreciate. R3 bunch. 3 or 4 BR, 2 bath, CH/A, WBS, swine & lamb barn,
JUST LIKE GOING TO GRANDMA’S! Sweet older frame home working pens, plenty or stg. Call us today for more details! JUST
that has been remodeled. Hardwood floors, LR, 2 BR, 1 bath, REDUCED! HA16
great yard & detached garage. Take a peek at this! R4 DO A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT! Great potential for this 3 or 4 BR,
Clint Coffee ChFC CLU EXTREMELY NICE - One owner, 3 BR, 2 bath brick - corner - 2 3 bath brick home nestled in 7 wooded acres with outbuildings at
State Farm Agent lots. Nicely landscaped w/trees, patio & stg. bldg. Beautiful family the edge of Gorman. SAVE $$$$$ HA17
Eastland, TX 76448 room w/mock elec. FP & french doors, open concept in LR/DR, UNIQUE PROPERTY - Brick home, 2 BR, 2 bath, remodled
Bus: 254-629-1222 heat pump, new tile, carpet & flooring. A must see! R5 kitchen/dining, lg. living w/FP, attached garage w/office &
email@example.com BEAUTIFUL BRICK WITH ALL THE CHARM! 3 BR, 2 bath, hobby area, CP, garage w/washrack & stg., garage w/covered
LR, DR, spacious kitchen/breakfast area, FP, lg. utility, lots of entertainment area & restroom. City living with approx. 4 ac. This
stg. guest quarters w/kitchen, 3/4 bath & eating/sleeping area.
Landscaped yard w/sprinkler system, cov. patio & privacy fence.
is one of a kind! HA20
Mon.-Fri. 10-5:30 Sat. 10-2 WOODS & WATER! 1 acre, m/l, at Lake Leon. Wonderful place to
This one is a MUST see! R6
305 S. Seaman Eastland *Annual Percentage Yields as of 12/17/08. Rates subject to change without notice. Minimum
balance to open an account and obtain the stated APY is $500. Fees and charges may reduce LOOKING TO BUY RENTAL PROPERTY - This is the place. 3 build with a lake view, large trees & approx. 310’ of road frontage.
Comanche County Electric & Staff Water available. Wanting to
254-629-2614 EQUAL HOUSING
earnings on your account. A penalty may be imposed for a withdrawal prior to maturity.
Certificates automatically renew at maturity at the then current rate for the next longer standard
BR, 2 bath frame home in a good neighborhood. 2 car garage
with landscaped yard, trees and chain link fence. This one is build - don’t miss out - call today! A1
Don & Jeanie rate. Some products and services not available in all areas. priced to sell! R6 SCENIC VIEW IN RANGER - 11 lots or 7.2 acres on Oakcrest
Drive. Excellent home sites with city utilities available - $27,500.
A PLACE WITH SPACE in a quiet neighborhood. Frame house
Griffin statefarm.com® with 3 BR, 2 full baths, CH/A, F/P, large garage with workshop & A3
P071047 fenced yard - all on a corner lot. Win the race - call today! R7 RANCHETTE - 46 ac, m/l, edge of Ranger. Pretty site to build or
THE PRICE IS RIGHT! Nice older home in good neighborhood. 3 just enjoy the wide open space! 2 stock tanks - one being well
BR, 1 bath, 1588 sq. ft. (CAD), living, dining, utility & extra room stocked. Call today & take a look at this private location. A5
GREAT PLACE TO BUILD - outside Ranger city limits. 15.915
Ann Williams Real Estate that could be 4th BR. R8
A “WELCOME” AWAITS YOU in this 3 BR, 2 bath brick home!
Living,dining, family room, FP, ceramic tile, recessed lighting &
acres, m/l, mostly level with mesquite & cedar, highway & county
road frontage, water well & Morton Valley water runs on highway
601 Conrad Hilton Cisco www.annwilliamsrealestate.com DACP with storage also await. The compliments will flow when & county road. Don’t miss your opportunity - call us today. A9
you move into this one! JUST REDUCED! R9 111.12 ACRES SOUTH OF CISCO - Native pasture and grasses,
DOGS? HORSES? THIS PROPERTY IS IDEAL FOR HORSES 3 stock tanks and CR frontage on 2 sides. Soils are clay onn a
OR DOG LOVERS! This rustic 2 BR, 1 3/4 bath home has a LR, small hill and sandy around tanks. Very good hunting for deer,
DR, office, mud room & FP w/gas logs. Outside is a riding/roping turkey, dove & quail. Rural water close by. A11
ACREAGE trees too, several very large hills with great views, 4 different JUST LISTED! 148.489 ACRES, M/L, EASTLAND COUNTY
31.32 Acres – Eastland Co- wooded mostly with oak trees, creeks & the Leon River runs through the property, 1 lake, 3 arena plus corrals, 4 stall barn w/tack room & extra 2 stall horse
barn. R10 - South of Cisco. Heavily wooded, 1 new tank, new fencing,
several large hills with views down to canyons & a creek, ponds, various wetland areas, lots of water, barn, water well, approx. 1770 feet of CR frontage. Great hunting - deer, turkey,
paved road frontage, very nice property, deer, turkey, hogs, good fishing & lots of wildlife including deer, turkey, hogs, dove, EXTREMELY SPACIOUS & IDEAL FOR ANY FAMIILY! This 3
BR, 1 3/4 bath stone & cedar home has CH/A & bay window. You quail & dove. Call to see this place today - don’t miss your
dove, duck, quail, $81,432 duck, quail. $2,500 per acre. “SHOT”! A15
32 Acres –Eastland Co- small pecan orchard, mostly open 344 Acres with Stone Home – Eastland Co- 4BR 4 bath, large, can park your RV & still have room with the cov. CP. Fireplace
CLOSE TO EASTLAND - Highway frontage - 83.82 acres, m/l,
with some scattered trees, rolling hill with View, close to water
line, excellent home site, deer, turkey, dove, quail $2,225 per
2 story home built in 2005, garage, carports, landscaped yard,
many extras, very nice, water well & waterline, open & wooded,
lovers will enjoy the extra large stone FP to warm their tootsies
or entertain. The stone fence and entry make it easy to locate.
for more details. A17
no improvements, water is available, great place to build. Call
acre. shop, barn, 4 ponds, creek, livestock pens.$1,059,000 If you need more storage, look across the road at the metal
building on 3 extra lots. R11 VERY PRODUCTIVE - 40 ACRES M/L, NW Of Gorman - Good
45.75 Acres –Eastland Co- mobile home, water well, mostly 445 Acres High Fence on Leon River, 200”+ genetics, nice 3 coastal and native grasses, good fences and cross fences, County
wooded with oaks, one field ideal for wildlife, small tractor, BR 2 bath home, garage, large shop, 5-years under high fence COMFORT COMES NATURALLY and it will in this 2BR, 1 bath
home! Sitting on a corner lot, this home offers a living room, Road frontage, 1 stock tank and water in the area. Call us today
shredder, blinds & feeders, deer, turkey, hogs, dove, & quail SOLD
deer management, whitetail breeding pens, exotics, large hills
dining room, CH/A, a nicely fenced back yard, covered back to take a look! JUST REDUCED! A19
$110,000 & canyons, mostly wooded with live oak & post oak, creek, 1 COMMERCIAL
48+/- Acres –Eastland Co- mostly wooded with oaks, small lake, 7 ponds, food plots, protein feeders, stands, corn feeders, porch and SDG. Call today for your chance to view this cozy
piece of property! R12 OPPORTUNITIES GALORE! Commercial building - previously
field ideal for wildlife, great recreation or home site, pave road observatory tower, Eastland Co. $1,595,000. used as a restaurant-highly visible in a heavily traveled area. Great
frontage, deer, turkey, hogs, dove, & quail. $105,360 1601 Acres Live creek, spring with water fall, 250 feet of GRAND OLD STYLE - 2 story with lots of updating. Formal living
w/gas FP, formal dining, spacious kitchen, master BR & bonus location facing Interstate 20 near Wal-Mart, several motels and
60 Acres - Eastland Co- mostly open with coastal fields, extreme elevation changes, views as far as you can see, mostly room downstairs, 2 BR and a bath upstairs. Breeze way connects other businesses. Call us today and get started tomorrow! C1
some wooded areas with oak trees, 2 ponds, deer, turkey, wooded with mature trees, food plots, feeders, stands, recently to office/storage. Good yard for the kids and pets! R13 INCOME & INVESTMENT POTENTIAL - Close to Ranger
hogs, dove, duck, quail. $3,000 per acre. built 4 bedroom 2 bath luxury home completely furnished & with LAKE LEON College. Four unit apartment complex - each unit has living/
62 Acres – Eastland Co- camper, water line, electricity, a hill top view, water well, lots of wildlife including whitetail, mule LOVELY HOME SURROUNDED BY NATURE & OVERLOOKING dining/kitchen combo, 2 BR, 1 full bath. Lot has the capability of
mostly wooded with oak & mesquite trees, hills with good deer, turkey, hogs, dove, duck, quail, One of a kind ranch priced
SOLD LAKE LEON! This 3 BR, 2 bath triple wide manufactured home building more units. C2
views, creek, wildlife includes deer, turkey, hogs, dove, quail
to sell $1,100 per acre.
DID NOT FLOOD! Located on an inlet with good fishing, this
home is decked on 3 sides and includes a guest house and 2 stg.
ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES - Start your own business today!
Located on Main Street on Loop in Ranger. 7 door walk-in cooler,
65.43 Acres –Eastland Co- wooded with oaks, large hill with HOMES bldgs. Call today and start enjoying serene lake breezes! LL1 counters, racks, shelves, office, restrooms, stg. room & good
great view, paved road frontage, deer, turkey, hogs, dove, 3BR, 2 bath home with CH/A, storm windows, some wood floors,
SOLD ULTIMATE LAKE LEON LIVING - Upgraded condo in one of parking. Don’t let this one get away! C4
quail $148,000 double carport, workshop, $42,000 the best locations possible. Open concept kitchen/dining/living. RESTAURANT BUSINESS on E. Loop 254 in Ranger. Building
65.498 Acres –Eastland Co- mobile home, wooded with 3 BR, 1 3/4 bath home with separate dining room, LR and den, Kitchen has granite counter tops, breakfast bar & stainless (seats approx. 50), equipment, walk-in cooler, freezer & large
oaks, two large hill with great views, ponds, water well, paved SOLD
eating bar in kitchen, CH/A, WBFP, large trees, 25’X48’ (per CAD) steel appliances, windows have plantation shutters, bedroom parking area. Let us show you this great opportunity! C5
road frontage, deer, turkey, hogs, dove, quail $156,000 metal building, 3 1/2 lots, Reduced to $62,000. has full bath and walk in closet, powder room and oversized COMMERCIAL BUILDING READY FOR BUSINESS! If you
66+/- Acres –Eastland Co- mostly wooded with oaks, small 3 BR, 2 bath home with CH/A, large den, dining, kitchen utility closet. LL2 are looking for a building to put in a restaurant in Cisco - here it
field ideal for wildlife, pond, water well, rolling hill with view, SOLD
combination, separate LR, large master BR with 2 closets, carport SEVEN WATERFRONT LOTS FOR SALE on Wright’s Point #4 is. Some included items are a heavy duty grill, deep fryer, prep
home site potential, pave road frontage, deer, turkey, hogs, replaced, double garage, 2 lots, $66,500. - lots are individually priced from $19,500 to $27,500. LL5
dove, & quail. $144,870 3 BR, 1 3/4 bath brick home with CH/A, kitchen builtins, attached 2 table, new MW, new water heater, up right freezer, register, 3
SNUG AS A BUG - Entertain family and friends with this great door refrigerator, new vent a hood & new grease trap. Building
75 Acres –Eastland Co- Mixed wooded with oaks & various
vehicle garage with openers, large screened porch, storage building, retreat! Large gathering room, combination kitchen and dining
fields, metal barn, 3 ponds, water line, livestock pens, lots of fenced backyard, $79,500. also has storm windows & a new door. More included - call for
room, 2 BR, 2 baths, scenic deck facing the water, pavilion, information. C6
cross fencing, deer, turkey, hogs, dove, duck, quail $156,000 4 BR, 2 bath 2 story home, 2 family rooms plus DR, 2 CH/A units, storage and dock all on 2 lots. LL9
91 Acres – Eastland Co. - mosttly wooded with oak trees, large SOLD
storm windows, double garage, shop, large yard, mostly fenced, HIGHEST & BEST USE FOR YOUR BUSINESS! Busy intersection
hills, creek, deer, turkey, hogs, dove and quail. $198,000. $82,000.
OUTSTANDING VIEW OF LAKE LEON - 2 lots & could be the
location to build your dream home. Owner has built steps leading that combines I-20 & Hwy. 206 - ready for development & has
100 Acres - Eastland Co- on I-20 at spur 490 intersection, 3 BR, 1 3/4 bath brick home, CH/A, WBFP, kitchen builtins, 2 down to waters edge that has 2 landing areas, electricity & Staff access from both roadways. Take a look at this tract today! C7
wooded with oak trees, very large hills and canyons, water SOLD
vehicle garage, 2 vehicle carport, covered patio, storage bldg. water on site & travel trailer included. This is definitely the place LET REAL ESTATE WORK FOR YOU! Invest in this commercial
line, commercial or hunting/recreation, great views for miles fenced backyard, $86,000. to consider turning into your own personal retreat. LL10 property. Large building which could be converted for several
off the various hills, deer, turkey, hogs, quail. $265,000 3 BR, 2 bath home, large LR with WBFP, huge den or game CISCO uses. Needs new roof structure & some renovating. High traffic
114 Acres – Eastland Co- mostly wooded with mature oak room, CH/A, 4 vehicle carport, fenced backyard, corner property, LOTS & LOTS OF ROOM - 5 BEDROOM CRAFTSMAN STYLE area - 2 corner lots. C8
trees, several smaller fields, hill down to creek bottom, water $88,000. HOME - Original floors of oak & pine, trim, baseboards & stairway. 2 ACRE SITE - Interstate 20 and Hwy. 6 North Access Road
well, pond, paved road frontage, wildlife includes deer, turkey, 3 BR, 1 3/4 bath brick home, CH/A, WBFP, double pane windows, New CH/A upstairs & down, new roof in August 2008, new E rated - great place for a new business. C10
hogs, dove, duck, quail. $250,000 SOLD
LR and den, attached 2 vehicle garage plus detached garage or windows throughout, new plumbing and sewer lines downstairs, LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO WORK WITH HORSES? This
148 Acres – Eastland Co- wooded mostly with oak trees, very shop, 2 storage bldgs., fenced backyard. $92,500. new electrical wiring upstairs, electrical boxes, power lines & pole
4 BR, 1 3/4 bath, brick home, CH/A, large LR, separate DR, storm 60’x100’ metal barn has electricity, water, stalls & tack room
large hill with views for miles in all directions, creek, pond,
paved road frontage, very nice property, deer, turkey, hogs, windows, storm cellar, covered patio, large storage bldg., 2 vehicle
to house. Custom kitchen includes stainless appliances, cabinets,
bamboo floors, 5 burner gas cook top, convection oven, MW &
with concrete floor. Pipe corrals, a 40x & a 20’ round pen for colt
carport, fenced backyard. $93,500. starter & approx. 4.620 acres for grazing. Old building used as a
dove, duck, quail, $2,175 per acre. DW. This one fits family life perfectly! CS2 vet clinic or could be used for storage. C14
155 Acres – Callahan Co. – mostly wooded with oaks & RECENTLY BUILT 3BR, 2 bath home with CH/A, double pane CHARM, DIGNITY & CHARACTER best describe this 3 BR, 2
windows, workshop, double carport, approx. 2 acres, $95,000. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY - 3360 Sq. Ft. METAL BUILDING
mesquites, three large ponds, some fields, large hills & bath completely renovated home. Beautiful hardwood floors,
canyons, paved road frontage, water line alongside property, 3 BR, 1 bath home, some wood floors, detached 2 vehicle garage,
shop, storage bldg., barn on approx. 18 acres, $97,500. crown molding, new appliances & new kitchen cabinets, formal
- 4 shop doors, a setup of a couple of ton chain hoists - each on
a separate rolling beam, 1/2 bath, additional office bldg., bldg. &
deer, turkey, hogs, duck, quail $279,000 On 2 acres, fenced and crossfenced, 3 BR, 1 1/2 bath home, dining w/bay window & wood deck surrounded by large trees on railcar stg. area - sits on 2 lots. Ready for your business to start
241 Acres wooded with very large hills, post oak, live oak, 2 CH/A, DR plus breakfast nook, double pane windows, metal siding, a corner lot. Numerous amenities - must see today! CS3
up. Call us for a showing. C16
creeks, 2 ponds, paved road frontage, great views & loaded metal roof, surrounded by large oak trees, carport, storage bldg., OFFER-OFFER-OFFER! Don’t make any decisions until you
HAVE A BUSINESS - NEED A CHANGE - Discover the
with wildlife $524,000. barn, $110,000. have seen this 3 BR, 1 3/4 bath frame with lg. living/dining area
320 Acres brick home–Eastland Co- wooded mostly with live + breakfast area. Included are stove, washer/dryer, CH/A, ceiling uniqueness of this large office building. Very nice - offices,
3 BR, 2 bath home with 2 family rooms, central air and heat, WBFP, conference room, break room w/cook top, stg. rooms, foyer &
oak & post oak trees, very large hills with views for miles, covered balcony, drive thru 2 vehicle carport, storage bldgs., patio, fans, aluminum windows, cov. front porch & DDCP w/stg. - all
canyons, creeks, 1 lake, 2 ponds, some fields, 3 water wells, on a corner lot & within walking distance to the football games! lobby. This is the setting your business deserves. C18
many large oak trees, on approx. 1/2 acre. INVESTORS - INVESTORS - INVESTORS - Property consists
very nice 2,800+/- sq.ft. brick home, CH/CA, large shop, New construction, beautiful 3 BR, 2 bath brick home, CH/A, It’s getting a brand new roof! CS8
barns, equipment sheds, pipe livestock pens, deer, turkey, master bath has 6 ft tub plus separate shower, large kitchen with DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH! This king-sized older home with of 2 structures - a 2 story office building and an old cafe. This
hogs, dove, duck, quail, very nice hill country type property, SOLD
many nice cabinets, solid surface countertops, tilt sash windows, SOLD
3 BR, and 1 full bath needs some repairs to make it sparkle. property has a lot of possibilities and it is just waiting for your
$815,000 maintenance free exterior, garage, many extras. Washer, dryer, cookstove and refrigerator stay with the home. business venture! Call today to find out more. C19
327 Acres - Callahan Co-creeks, hills, mostly wooded with Call today to make it your own! CS4
mesquite& oaks, 4 ponds, water line, pave road frontage COMMERCIAL
$645,000 Commercial property that fronts on Interstate 20, shop, small BARBARA LOVE NANCY BACON ROSEMARY FERGUSON
344 Acres on Leon River –Eastland Co- mostly wooded with office building, 2 large carports, previously used for inventory sales, 647-1397 442-2679 653-2375
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Desdemona News Tidbits
about, our Eve was spent Korea, Japan and Taiwan. 94%; number of passengers,
enjoyably watching the eye- OR: Attendees in large 86%; where they drive,
ball machine, specifically churches (1,000+ members) 77%; time of day they drive,
By Vonnie Guthery By H.V.O. the Fox Channel Christmas who say they shared their 72%; and age of passengers,
WAS YOUR Christmas Program. It was a mixture of faith with strangers in the
Holiday visitors with Ber- Duke of Pantego; Ronda 69%.
James and daughter, Emily everything you’d hope for? music, fun and games, with past month--53%. Attendees
nard and Ann Keith were De AND TO close, these snips
and Vicki Robinett, Keitha of Whitney; Scott and Risa For most, they usually fall some seriousness thrown
Ashley and daughter, Lau- of small churches (<100
Robinett and daughter, in--reminding us almost of from here and there:
Lexie of DeLeon; Bill and ren, Brandon and Daydra short-- maybe because we members) who say they
Ashley all of Midlothian; the old Perry Como, Dean Where we go and what we
Tami Sanders and daugh- always expect them to be have shared their faith in the
Russell Duke and daughters, Martin, Andy Williams
ter, Robyn of San Antonio; Elise and Katie of Stephen- so much better. They were do advertise what we are.
Brad and Priscilla Keith and variety shows--the likes last month with strangers--
ville; Rusty and Samantha good in many ways: the The biggest shortage of all
children, Brett, Brian, Jenna Duke and daughter, Ca- of which are not seen on 35%.
and Andrea of Louisville, weather was agreeable, there
Kentucky; Johnny and San- dence of Desdemona; Susan television much any more. OR: Percentage of parents is the shortage of common
Benbrook and son, Bram of were no major catastrophes Mores the pity.
dy Cameron, Danny Cam- who impose restrictions sense. Throwing mud gets
eron of Justin; Billy and Houston. locally, although there were In a similar vein, talk in
Nikki Febinger and children *** the usual bumps in the on teen drivers: phone use, your hands dirty.
Christopher, Allison and “Happy New Year” from our shop recently centered
Erin of Cleburne; Pug and Pug and Vonnie Guthery road...With no little ones on the type of music that
Vonnie Guthery and Lorin is popular today. Ad-Man
*** Patrick Ready, a learned
Karen Fair and grand- individual deap into chess,
daughter, Lorin hosted a
Christmas Eve supper for literature and all things
the family. Those attend- uplifting, opined that it
ing were Pug and Vonnie seemed time now for music
Guthery; Belinda Guthery;
Holly Guthery and daugh- makers--writers, producers
ter, Karsan; Roy and An- and performers--to return
gela Powledge and son, to the type of music of
Lane; Sonja Hornback and
son, Justin; Donal and Kan- yesteryear when repetition
dice Cogburn and children,
Dylan and Taiah.
of the same boring one-line
thought. Remember when MAJESTIC THEATRE
Visitors with Robert and
Ima Brown were from St.
ballads meant something...
Side note: who remembers 629-1322
Louis, Missouri; New York; the late Peggy Lee’s “Is
Grove, Oklahoma; Arling- That All There Is?” or Jim
ton; San Antonio; and Dal-
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Pug and Vonnie Guthery ENOUGH OF that! Does
hosted the Guthery Family this statistic scare: the U.S.
Holiday dinner on Sunday. Here’s How It Works:
Those attending were Frank attracted 583,000 foreign
Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken
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Irving, Richard and Glenda school year, about 4% of the
Garrett from Justin, Ricky bers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box.
and Ranell Foreman of Mar- Each number can appear only once in each row, col- nation is 15 million college
bleton, Wyoming, Thomas umn and box. You can figure out the order in which the students. Countries sending Starring
and Vicki Seay, David and numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already the most: India, China, S. Adam Sandler, Courtney Cox
Martha Guthery from Gor- provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the
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Bubba’s Christmas Letter bottom John boat.
My cousin Peanut and I
good hunting dogs. With
old Blue as the father, what
J.B. Johnston for a bootlegging charge, signed up for a course at the else could a person ask for?
Bubba said since his and the food was better than college in animal husbandry.
Roberta W. Bartee
Like I said, we have had
Christmas letter of last she could cook. We all had We figure after graduating one fantastic year, and hope
year was so well received to agree with her on that. we can get our PHD (Possum yours has been as good. Of ALBANY- Mrs. Roberta A graveside service was
he thought he should, and Especially the ones that had Hunting Degree). This has course I know that would W. Bartee, 81, of Albany, held at 11 a.m. Monday,
would, write another. This been there and done that. been an exceptionally good be expecting too much Texas died Saturday, De- December 29, 2008 at the
years letter goes something Little Susie is still doing year for hunting. I almost cember 27, 2008 at her Moran Cemetery with the
since not everyone has home. Rev. Jerry Krueger officiat-
like this: well in her hair dressing killed a deer and a turkey. I such a good family as ours. Roberta was born on Feb- ing. Arrangements under the
Dear Friends, work, a trade she learned in missed the deer three times, Anyway, have a Merry ruary 23, 1937 in Moran, care and direction of God-
Texas, the daughter of R.W.
I just wanted to bring reform school. We always but only missed the turkey Christmas and a Happy “Bud” Brooks and Florence frey-Neese Funeral Home.
Survivors are two sons,
you up to date on our year, knew she would someday twice. I did manage to get New Year, and remember Rogers Brooks. Roberta Larry Bartee and wife, Gin-
which was 2008. First of all make it big. Ralph is about a good mess of squirrels, Christmas, is Christmas, not married Edgar Lee Bartee ger and Garry Bartee and
I never thought I would live over the gout and is now and one old possum. The just another holiday. Breckenridge.
Go in 1946 inher in death. He wife, Marilyn of Dublin;
to see the new century, but beating me in horseshoes. squirrels were good but the 6 grandchildren; 9 great-
ahead and say it, it won’t She was a homemaker and grandchildren; and numer-
here I am. The actual year Brother Slick and I took a possum was a little tough. heart you. Merry Christmas, a member of the First Unit- ous nieces and nephews.
never concerned me much, cruise this year. Of course I will have to be especially Merry Christmas, Merry ed Methodist Church.
because I seldom ever know we do that every year, but careful with my shells this
what year it is. However, the scenery along the banks coming year since, those
Christmas. Sophia Jerry Newman Holmes
this being the end of another, of the Brazos was especially gun grabbing Democrats (From Bubba’s house, CLYDE- Sophia Jerry Graveside services were
I figured you would like to pretty this spring. Slick got back into office. I doubt and the ex-Carbonite) Newman Holmes, 90, of held at 10 a.m. Saturday,
know how ours went. has decided for a change if any one of them has ever Rising Star and formerly December 27, 2008 at the
This has been an exciting of scenery we will take the eaten a possum. Advertise of Clyde, died Wednesday, Clyde Cemtery under the
December 24, 2008 at the direction of Bailey Funeral
year for us, especially since Trinity river cruise next
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I just found out last week Rising Star Nursing Center. Home of Clyde.
Vernon N. ‘Hump’ Weeks
Maw got out of prison. She year. That is if we can get that old Blue was the father
said six years wasn’t too bad the leak fixed in his old flat of a new litter of puppies,
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the mother is a border collie,
And Get Weeks, 79, of Baird, Texas
died Wednesday, December
grandchildren, and great-
grandchildren. He enjoyed
“Serving Cisco Since 1979”
24, 2008 in Hendrick long walks, gardening, and
bulldog, lab, greyhound, Medical Center, Abilene, carpentry. He had resided in
800 West Interstate 20 • Cisco, Texas mix, they are sure to be Texas. Baird for 45 years and was a
Services were held at 10 member of the First Baptist
(254) 442-4262 a.m. Saturday, December 27, Church of Baird.
•‘02 Ford Mustang Convertible: Auto, air, AM/FM/CD, Cruise, Power 2008 in the Parker Funeral Survivors include his
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The Files’ Account did. We just walked and looked
in stunned silence. Finally
clan came. They came to work
and they got a lot done. The kids
If You Ever Wanted To Know
David comes. Nickola stayed raked leaves out of my flower
in Gorman with friends. They bed that didn’t burn. So much
are just coming home from for mulching my flower bed,
How It Is To Experience A Fire Houston where she has just
taken her 2nd chemo treatment
for cancer. Just seeing David
that’s scary now!
The hunter that came up from
the metroplex, came and picked
(EDITOR’S NOTE: The up close, and Mrs. Nell Files, saddened us, to know we didn’t up tin that had been our barn.
New Year’s Day Fire of ‘06 a gifted writer, recorded the save anything from his house. Some are returning to work
devastated the property and to families travails immediately The first night we, Cathy, on the new house for David.
some extent the lives of many after the fire and quietly keep Rachel and Brawner and me Mr. Hayley, a retired carpenter
Eastland County residents. her detailed account within finally go to bed, but none of us came and put in new windows.
Many articles and photographs the family. We just recently slept. I put on clean jeans and Mr. and Mrs. Adams came and
have told the story of that ter- learned of the narrative and shirt and lay down. I felt we worked for days putting up a
rible time, but many individual with her permission , print it would have fire somewhere. new ceiling in every room.
stories of the personal horror here. It is history that begs to I looked out the window, and I just about have my yard
wait to be told. The Brawner be preserved. The Files have our pasture looked like lights cleaned. The little picket fence
Files family of 3026 CR 295 lived in Eastland County for 41 of a city. Never will forget the I had was nearly all burned, I
experienced the terrible fire years. You can almost smell the sound of limbs snapping and have taken the rest of it to be
smoke and feel the heat as you falling off the trees all night. used in next years syrup making
read this account.) Sometime during the night I fire. That saddens me.
xxxx look toward Cathy’s house and I had lots of classmates come
January 1, 2006 a big fire pops up. I said Cathy’s to help at David’s benefit sup-
We came out of church about Brawner and Nell Files house is on fire and Brawner per, and I was pleased. There
12:30 and saw smoke out our had panicked and ran to the and Cathy ran down there. It were two friends come up
way. It was a fire west of the Cathy and Rachel go to East- isn’t her house but a round bale from Ft. Wort. Then I had five
Long Branch Cemetery. By the fence row between us and the land to get Richard something of hay. She later goes down to cousins from DeLeon come.
time we got home and changed Newports. to eat, as he is on duty and can’t check her house and comes Brawner’s cousin Sussanne
clothes, it was nearly on us. I could see Brawner in the car leave. back for help, the porch post came several times to help clean
driving them, so I turn around Brawner left in our car and me are burning so Brawner and her and paint. My friend Edna came
The law people were here say- and start honking the horn and in the pickup. We went down together tear them off. bringing stuff from her church.
ing “go, a brick house just up they follow me up to James Ad- Highway 2526 west out passed Everyone that looked at her Brawner’s friend Bill Fairbetter
the way had already burned.” ams unfenced pecan orchard. June Hicks place and turn south house was amazed it stood the from Abilene came bringing
He had this all plowed up and to go home. We make it to the
We started loading pictures, we put our cows there with fire. It is a double wide and had lumber and helped work on our
from the walls, the photo al- west side of Dr. Speeks place wooden latis for unpenning, and pump house down at the well
bums in the car. God bless little his. How he kept them there and the fire was blazing across that burned. The plastic burned where we watered our cows.
Websites Donna Grissom for her help. As only God knows. He nearly the road to those trees on the that was under the house. Her He is in bad health, we hoped
we loaded things, we watched did get overcome with heat and other side was really burning back steps were blazing and he didn’t over do.
as the high wind whipped the smoke. smoking a terrible fire. Randy came jerked them off Jim McGaha came and did
We drove over to David’s and We turn around and go back
fire across the field in front of Randy Bledsoe and Brawner and drug them away. Someone electric work and would not
our house. We saw fire jump to the roads going north and threw her wood pile out away take pay. So many friends gave
way on down the field. All this moved David’s pickup to a south. I go south thinking he is from the house and some of it us money.
www.e-cinc.com safer place. Brawner called to behind me.
time Rachel sprayed water in was on fire. The Good Lord Some strangers came one day
Cities the yard until the electricity me to move the kids Christmas He stops at a house on the old stepped in. and helped pick up the burned 5-5
went off and shut our pump trikes out of the shop. I moved Hastings place to see if they The next day, David and fam- tin that had been our pump
Main off. them into the garden and they
are out, then he turns north and
went back to Carbon.
ily, and Nichola’s brother and house and storage. They hauled
www.eastlandtexas.com We were not scared, or pan- Little Keilah said later God I came on up passed the cem-
family moved in. There were it off and brought us the money
www.ciscotx.com icky just so helpless. helped her forget and leave her 8 people sleeping on our living $4.24.
The fire seemed to be missing etery and I could see Pattie and room floor. People were bring- It saddened us to look at all
www.ranger-tx.com/index.php Christmas Bible in the bike Peggy’s house still standing.
www.gormantexas.us us, and was going straight east. pocket so it didn’t burn. ing food, clothes, furniture to the burned ruins. We go through
I asked someone to go help Then on down our road, the us and David and all our bed
www.risingstartexas.com We drove over to the far Soto’s home was still there. I the ruins every day, and find
Johnny McDaniel, and we all south side of Buddy Notgrass’ rooms were full. a few things to save. We start
went to help Cathy. I started was rejoicing, crying and prais- Somehow we got meals with
Chamber of Commerce loading things of hers in our place and sat on the ground. ing the Lord. no electricity or water except loading junk that once was
www.eastlandcha-mber.com pickup. Some folks I don’t We watched the flames and Finally, I could see our home! bottled water and a little from precious to us, and taking it to
www.ciscotx.com/chamber.htm know ask me what should they saw fire tornadoes all up in Praise God old angel wings was Cathy. the salvage.
http://gormantexas.us/6955. get, and I said their musical the sky. There were dust dev- still there. I screamed praise The water pressure was I saw Brawner standing and
ils on the ground all around God over and over. looking at the place where his
html instruments. us. The flames roared across Then I drove on to Cathy’s and
low and slow to run. I carried
shop was. He had carpentry
There were 5 fire trucks across buckets of water from the cow
Law from Cathy’s house and there in
her lane. We all had to go. I was
David’s pasture right toward
her house was still there. I went
over to David’s and his house
trough to mop in. My kitchen
sink had been stopped up and so
tools there, some he had bought
in 1954 when he started to
www.eastland.net/city/ the last vehicle out. Fire men were everywhere, I was gone, his shop with all his we had a half barrel there for it capenter. He had keep sake
crimestoppers.htm I went down passed Greer head one yell to others “don’t carpentry tools and welding to drain into. This water I used tools, belonging to his grand-
get trapped down in there, fire
Auto Creek and stopped. Someone supplies, and his green house to put out some small fires and father, his dad, my dad, and a
had cut fences so Cathy and is everywhere.” were all in a heap of rubble. also to flush the toilet. fence stretcher belonging to my
www.hoodking.com Richard’s horses could leave. It was time to go, so we leave, The new house that had just A big fence post burned for 3 brother-in-law’s father. Then he
www.fullenmotors.com I went on passed the Melton’s Brawner stops to help move been moved up here, was set- days. I had a little metal stool had a big collection of antique
Medical and back to our place. Cathy machinery. I go on to the old ting there untouched. I had bought at an estate sale, tools. Who thought a tin build-
had been there and found a Stacy place. I stop, the road is I sat there alone and praised and it just fit up over the post, ing would burn, but it did.
blocked a fire truck was refill- God for His blessings. Then I The dust blows every day,
www.eastlandmemorial.com wooden spool that I had leaning ing from a water tank that had went home and put out a few
so we could heat water to scrub
mostly from the south. We all
up against the porch, on fire. been brought to them. There is off the black dust. We did this
www.spinedoctorsdrx.com She grabbed it and threw it out little fires. I tried to put out to wash dishes and babies. Soon have sore throats. Cathy is re-
Food in the road. lots of fire trucks, but the fire is our old big mesquite tree but I we started using paper plates ally sick.
I came up, and told Cathy I coming so fast. I thought they couldn’t. and glasses. Brawner found two dead hens,
could save those two houses, Finally, I know they are not and two more we shot they were
www.pizzapro.com was trying to find a shovel to but they could not. coming home so I go to the Car-
The second night we went to
suffering. Our cows stand all in
put out a fire just starting in our I went on to the Bill Brown Eastland to friends house and
coastal. She said the wind is too bon store, it is beginning to get showered. I had black water a little group looking at us with
high, don’t try it, so I didn’t. place and waited for Brawner. dark, from all the smoke. running out of my hair. a strange, frightened look.
www.photosbyterrysimmons.com I ran up to the front yard, and When he comes, we think the I remember seeing Cathy After the electricty came on, Everywhere is black. There
Internet my picket fence was burning--
I ran in the gate and under the
fire is headed straight into
Carbon. The wind suddenly
come running out of the store to
meet me, and how she rejoiced
Cathy had hot water, so we all
could shower there. We didn’t
is nothing for the cows to eat
txol.net burning trellis, took a rake and changes, and the flames turn when I said her house was still tarry, the smoke had settled in except the few round bales
Real Estate raked leaves away from the southeast. there. her house. We could hardly Brawner had saved.
house. The plastic drain pipes Cathy, Richard and Rachel Brawner came up and I told breath. A few days before the fire,
were at the Carbon store, won- him we had a house left but
www.unitedcountry.com were burning so I dug up dirt dering about us. The fire people nothing more. I heard him gasp,
Sometime during the first he said he was moving our hay
with my hands and smothered began saying for us to leave day or so, I just sat outside and to the plowed peach orchard
www.tcrealty.net it out. and I say let’s go home, and we looked around. I felt so relieved
I left and tried going up to see Carbon just to be safe. to have a house and be able to because he was afraid of a fire,
www.annwilliamsrealestate.com if Peggy and Pattie were O.K., have a place for David’s family. it was so dry.
but there was too much smoke.
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ducks, bantams, to announce that
elec., county water. ances $425 plus
Must have wide load VALLEY VIEW is hiring in Ranger, TX peafoul. Fresh farm the business is Now
$2,400 acre deposit. 811 Walnut Healthcare Center
156 A Carbon, experience & clean eggs Open under New
Ranger, 2/1 newly
1/2 wooded- 1/2 driving record. Ap- 700 S. Ostrom St Subway Cashiers 254-643-2612 or Ownership and New
fields, lots deer & remodeled, appli- Eastland Overnight & Evening shifts
ply at Morgan Build- 254-210-1541 Management. 254-
turkey, 3 ponds, ances, shed, carpot (254) 629-1779 Starting at $7.00 hr. DOE
nice 2-2 mh, cen- ings in Eastland. Across the street RS1 647-1555.
$425 plus deposit
tral a/c, barn, cor- E104 from the High
ral, county water. 254-725-4181 or School track and
-------------------------- Tire or Lube exp. preferred King Bed Blk metal --------------------------
Hunter’s Paradise! 325-668-3604. Siebert Elementary
$4,000 acre. Happy New Driver’s License required w/matt.; end table
179 A south of Starting at $10+ hr. DOE and foot bench
OR ORDER TEXAS
Gorman: Part wood- $700.00; Glass din-
ed, part old fields, For Rent In Cisco: Apply at: ing table 4 chairs
deer & hogs, 2 nice 707 East 23rd. Love’s Travel Stop#270
ponds, sandy soil, Hardwood floors, $200; Couch green/
HELP 1600 Loop 254 West
PAY FOR ADVERTISING
elec., several wa-
ter wells. $1,950.00 new countertop.
$550 a month, $300 WANTED Red Star Ranger, TX 76470 olive $200; other
Over the Phone with
deposit. First and Call for information
che, Eastland and
last. Phone 442- Immediate Is Hiring 5 803-743-3650.
since 1954 and we C104 Convenience --------------------------
Work at Home at
WANT to sell yours.
We solicit and ap- -------------------------- Shipping/ Store Cashier Steel Buildings
preciate your list- Receiving/
ings. For RENT
FOR Lease Spare Time! Super Discounts
Sewing Machine Part-Time Help wanted for commission Foundation, Permit
ESTATE FOR LEASE OR
DE LEON SALE: 2 large com- Operators, Maintenance sales to qualified person. Plans
OFFICE mercial bldgs on Cutters. Will Train Apply at Can Erect
(254) 893-6666 2 acres fenced Apply in person Up to 20% commission. www.scg-grp.
w/I-20 frontage- Eastlander Red Star com#12X
758-2401 Eastland. Owner
Design Corner of Apply with short letter to: 254-230-0059
202 N. College St. Hwy 6 & I-20 Commission Sales E1
Eastland P.O. Box 29
RS104 E104 Eastland
Eastland, Texas 76448
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Cisco Press - Eastland Telegram - Ranger Times -Rising Star-Baird Star e-cinc.com Thursday, January 1, 2009
BUSINESS AUTOS FOR SALE to send the balance organization name numbers, credit
NOTICES AVAILABLE back to the buyer.
The victim, believing
and address (many
will not provide
card numbers, or
FOR WORK the certified check is this information, information to
LOANS 3 78704 good, then forwards because it is anyone you did not
I can do what Phone: 512-416- Need help around the excess money something that may initiate contact with
yard, house or odds back to the buyer.
We also buy
The check sent be verified); and you know is a
Notes. and ends? Call 254- by the buyer is DO ask for reputable business.
Cash in 5-7 days. Dist/Div Office(s) 631-7047, Toby. counterfeit and the written information. RESOURCES
This gives the about current address identity
E2 buyer has no interest Internet Fraud:
Brownwood District -------------------------- in purchasing potential victim the All federal internet telephone scams theft complaints:
NOTICES District Engineer anything. Sellers opportunity fraud complaints are is available at 1-877-ID-THEFT
2495 Highway 183 writer purports to should be cautious to examine the offer centralized through /phonefraud. This (877-438-4338)
need someone with a of a buyer who and talk to others the Internet Crime web site also provides w w w. c o n s u m e r.
NOTICE TO N wants to send a about the offer; Complaint Center descriptions of the gov/idtheft
CONTRACTORS Brownwood, Texas bank account outside check for an current types of Visit the FBI.GOV
Nigeria to facilitate amount above the DO talk to family (IC3). Because
OF PROPOSED 76802-3227
recovery of this and friends about the internet fraud is not telephone scams website for the
TEXAS Phone: 325-646- large sum of money. purchase price. situation. A second being used and latest information
Sellers should be geographically
DEPARTMENT OF 2591 These Nigerian opinion is always a limited, a centralized advice on how and on e-mail scams and
TRANSPORTA- Minimum wage scam letters have cautious of sending good idea. complaint center where to report warnings. Within
TION (TxDOT) rates are set out been going around merchandise or Something that allows all related telephone frauds and the FBI.GOV
CONTRACTS in bidding docu- for years and there money back to sounds too good to complaints to be scams. Additional website is a section
are now numerous the buyer, without information is titled “Be Crime
Sealed proposals ments and the rates versions which may first ensuring that be true, normally is; connected and
for contracts listed will be part of the appear to originate DO call the Better referred to the available at . This Smart”. “Be Crime
the buyers form of website is sponsored Smart” provides
below will be re- contract. TXDOT from outside Nigeria. payment is Business Bureau appropriate agency.
(BBB) if you are by the Canadian information on new
ceived by TxDOT ensures that bid- Do not provide bank legitimate. Report instances
government in e-mail scams and
until the date(s) ders will not be dis- account information,
or other personal RED FLAGS TO unfamiliar with a of internet and
response to the warnings; reporting
business; email fraud, i.e.
shown below, and criminated against information based WATCH FOR large number of internet crime;
on the grounds of upon these letters. a) Pressure: international
then publicly read. DON’T pay to lotteries, FBI e- sweepstakes/lottery common fraud
LOTTERY/ Scammers will often scams originating schemes; looks
C O N S T R U C - race, color, sex, or receive lottery/ mails, sweepstakes,
S W E E P S TA K E S pressure the victim contest winnings; in Canada over the to good to be true
T I O N / M A I N T E - national origin.
SCAMS to act quickly. The etc., to the Internet
N A N C E / B U I L D - (12-25-08, 1-1-09) DON’T allow the Crime Complaint past several years. scams; and more
This scam involves “opportunity” is Identity Theft: tips and suggestions
ING FACILITIES -------------------------- the victim receiving only available for a caller to pressure Center at www.ic3.
you to ACT NOW! gov. The FTC also offers to avoid being a
F r a u d u l e n t notification, either limited time, or the
by telephone, mail, prize will be given DON’T give Telemarketing a separate Identity victim of a scam.
Theft hotline, to
Dist/Div: Brown- Telemarketing or e-mail, that the to someone out bank account Fraud: Information
victim has won else if not claimed;
wood a large sum of
Contract 0007-06- money, typically b) Pay Up Front:
075 for RECON- Robert E. Casey from Canada, A scam will often
STRUCT EXIST- Jr., Special Agent although they may require the victim
ING ROADWAY in In Charge, Dallas, originate elsewhere. to pay money up
FBI, advises due to is
EASTLAND County the recent increase The victim to then front in order to take
will be opened on in frequency and money, under the advantage of the Warehouse Forklift Worker
“opportunity.” No -forklift experience required, clean driving record, heavy
January 14, 2009 variety of internet, guise of customs legitimate contest
at 1:00 pm at the mail, e-mail, and taxes, processing lifting
telephone scams, fees, or as a fee to requires a winner Dr Pepper/Pepsi offers competitive pay, a comprehensive ben-
State Office. the FBI provides convert the winnings to pay money up
Plans and specifi- the following to United States front to claim the efit program, including group health, profit sharing, 401K, Life
cations are avail- information and currency, as a winnings; insurance, short/long term disability, vacation, personal days,
able for inspection, recommendations: prerequisite to c) Will Not Send TRAININGThis job is fun, challenging and filled with new opportuni-
along with bidding Fraudulent receiving the Written Information: ties daily. Apply in person at Ab-Tex 6700 I-H 20 Ranger, Texas
proposals, and ap- telemarketing scams winnings. Do The scammer will
are estimated to not send money rarely send written between 8am and 5pm Monday through Friday.
plication for the Tx- cost over 40 billion as a condition of
DOT Prequalified dollars a year. The receiving documentation to EEO/AA Employer 3
lottery the victim, because
Contractor’s list, at Department of or sweepstakes that provides the
the applicable State Justice estimates the winnings. It is a victim time to think
and/or Dist/Div Of- number of American violation of Federal about the situation,
fices listed below. defrauded Trade Commission
each (FTC) trade rules to as well as provides
If applicable, bid- year by fraudulent require a purchase the victim the means FOR SALE
ders must submit telemarketing at one as a condition of of checking out the
p r e q u a l i f i c a t i o n in six. Fraudulent entering a contest, o p e r a t i o n /
information to Tx- telemarketers target sweepstakes,
DOT at least 10 elderly citizens in other it is illegal to
promotion. d) Excuses: The
days prior to the bid d i s p r o p o r t i o n a t e play a foreign lottery scammer will often
date to be eligible numbers. through the be unable to answer
to bid on a project. Some of the more mail or on the legitimate questions
posed by the victim.
P r e q u a l i f i c a t i o n common scams that telephone or internet They will provide
continue to be a (Title 18 United
materials may be concern include: States Code, section excuses rather than
requested from the a) Nigerian 1301-1307). directly address
State Office listed Letters; INTERNET such questions and
below. Plans for the b) Lottery/ AUCTION FRAUD concerns. They will
above contract(s) Scams; Sweepstakes This scam involves even become upset
are available from c) Internet Auction an a “buyer” expressing because the victim
TxDOT’s websites Fraud. p u r c h a s i n g is questioning the
at www.txdot.gov NIGERIAN something, typically caller by threatening
and from reproduc- LETTERS over the internet. to provide the
tion companies at businesses continueIndividuals and The buyer will then opportunity to THE COMPANY OF ROCK HOUSE
send a check to the someone else if the
the expense of the to receive letters victim in an amount victim is not
contractor. from Nigeria above the purchase interested.
NPO: 28535 through the mail, price. The buyer DO’S AND
over fax machines, explains why the
and over e-mail. check is higher than DON’TS
------- These letters appear the purchase price DO ask for
Constr./Maint. to come from a and asks the victim the business/
Division p r o m i n e n t
200 E. Riverside
Dr. company with access Alcoholics Anonymous
Austin, Texas to a substantial sum 302 N. College 5
of money. The Eastland, TX 76448
500 Ave. E (Ex-GI Bldg.)
MONDAY 5:30 p.m. (Closed- Deadlines CLASSIFIED AD RATES:
Alcoholics Only) Monday by 5 p.m. $10.00 the 1st run
Cisco, TX 76437 TUESDAY 8:00 p.m. (Open) for Thursday $5.00 each run after the 1st run
THURSDAY 6:00 p.m. (Open)
Monday 8:00 p.m. Big Book Study
Thursday by 5 p.m.
(25 words or less)
Open Meetings SATURDAY 8:00 p.m. (Open) for Sunday edition Classifieds run in all 5 Newspapers- Cisco,
*** Eastland, Ranger, Rising Star & Baird Star
Wednesday 12:00 noon 442-4462 or 254-433-3340
Friday 6:00 p.m. Do you need to
For questions or info. call sell anything?
Book Study 254-631-0271
Sell it in the
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