The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 98, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, July 10, 1970 Page: 2 of 12
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J. C. McPherson, a farmer
resident of Comanche, is «>ta(U
tog his vacation hart with re-
latives and friends. M
least twelve backs during the I I
99 Free library service is avail- *
able to any resident of Comas- |||a|f|
che County. All patrons simply^jIvlQ
fill out a registration card and
a parent or guardian must sign By
a student’s registration. Thera-
after the child may check out “ ■
books for himself. W 4» 1
Library hours are: y.
Ut Monday and Wednesday ^ ^
mornings: 9:30 -12:00 joye(j a_____________
Monday, Wednesday and Fri- jng the meal a short business
mi. day afternoons: 1:00-5:00 t___" _ ' “ ~
ttebe Saturday morning: 9:00-12:00 greed U> meet at Lake Eanes
spek- So come in out of that broil- <igain next year.
Club ing sun, join the fun and there There were thirty-one family
nr will be more about the Read- members present and four vis-
it to >18 Club soon. ' rn^kl itors.
,-jii -«- Those attending were: Rev.
iwini< Here fr*m Oregon and Mrs. O. D. Henley, Mr.
and Mrs. John Johnson and
^irof 2Jrir Sf° Mrs H- c Smilh lnm Brown‘
and Keith of Cottage Grove, wood; Mrs. jEarl Norwood from
Oregon spent the weekend in /-ivj„. Mrs/Bill Sledge from
W U- the home * Mr. and Mrs. to Me^l; Mr. aUltZ. Arnold
and Bass at 106 ®I7ln,aStv’ “ I loyd and family, Knott; Mr.
5*2^ Mrs. Jesse Reed, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Reed and family,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray r"
er and family from Sidney; —
and Mrs. Jimmy Sledge and
family from Hurst; Mr. a n d
Mrs. Russell Dunn, Houston;
L. ■ IjL __a
Here For Reunion
■ ... rmmi wervitm for Mr.
Si:*!.!! Tex.. LeoixUturo. wore held Jt
... « ,«»■_.; »ffgtt&STBS
Cheoel hi Rising Star.
The Rev. Smith, pastor of the
First Methodist Church in May,
Burial was in the Wolf Val-
Mr. Chambers was born Ap-
ril 10, 1880. in San Mountain,
Alabama. He married Mary
Spence In Brownwood on Nov-
ember 6, 1*07.
Mr. Charmers was a retired
fanner and rancher. He also
taught school for 28 years. He
Troon- was * St*t* Representative for
1* vears for Brown and Coman-
y»nrt ch« Counties.
® " 2 Mr. Chambers is survived by
won- hl* wife: three daughters, Mrs.
Nancy EUedge of Brownwood,
—- „ „ - Mrs. Netl Mercer of Austin and
Mr and .Mrs. Herbert Stewart Mrs ^ yavrina of Early;
end family, J»m«8 N. Uoyd, t sons, Douglas Chambers of
Tom Beene hnd Mr and Mrs. ^ SUntey
William Boyd and family of Co- a May; IS grand-
manche. children, and 8 great-grand-
- nstAsim Dis'riTDVfl children.
v a informil
SAVE During Oar Big
SHOE SALE S
1 Group of
FWtftft* and SATURDAY
** All th
from Columbia Pictures §£<B»
1“ and *2**
SUNDAY and MONDAY
“THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN"
They Don’t Aim To Please
GEORGE KENNEDY in
“THE GUNS OF
THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN"
ties over the last ten years. Al-
so another reunion was plann-
ed for the Saturday preceding
Father’s Day ivn.
C ARD OF THANKS
Words are inadequate to ex-
press our sincere thanks to
those who so ably assisted at
the wearing of our loved one,
MattfeDevis Special thanks
go to the nurses and ' staff
a* the Shady Elm Nursing
home who cared for her so
faithfully. Also to Rev. Raines
who spoke (be comforting
words and the India* who pre-
pared and served thq food and
the floral offerings and other
offerings in her memory—The
family of Mattie Davis, (ltp)
pper will be aerv-
at 8 o’clock,
plan on entering
int are asked to
ring round hi ord-
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
LLOYD BRIDGES in (G)
Kathy Ripley and Christa
Henderson of Gorman spent
the weekend with Kathy’s
We're Celebrating Our
fit For Augapt 4
The next meeting dnd lunch-
ore el the Ladies Golf Assorta-
ttreof PAR will be so Tuesday
times will be 8 a.m.
mk i p.m. with the luncheon
served at 12:00.
(hast are summer hours and
utt bo in effect as long as day-
light oaviitfs time is observed,
reports association president,
State Notienel tak
CITATION BY i
THE STATE OP
•You Are Hereby Commanded
to appear before the Honorable
■Mnet Court of Comanche
Obanty at the Courthouse there
afr in Comanche, Team, by fil-
ing a written answer at op be-
On TV S, RADIOS
fore 10 o'clock A M. of the
tori Monday next after ex-
piration of focty-two days from
tka data of the issuance of this
citation, same being the 24th
diX Of August A. D. 1970, to
Plaintiff’s Fstihoa filed in said
court, on the 7th day of July
At D. mo, in this cause, num-
knred urn on the dooket of
■aid coart and styled Michael
Hwrid Leslie, Petitioner, vs.
Brenda Faye Leslie, Respond-
A brief statement of the nat-
ure ef Ikis euit is as loliowa,
to-wit t Petition for dissolution
of ma«rlage as B more fully
WEVt been in business for ourselves
FOR OVER FOUR YEARS AND WOULD* LIKE
TO SAY THANKS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS - - - WITHOUT Y$ufc FINI
PATRONAGE WE COULD -TOY HAVF' CON-
TINUED TO GROW. THANKS AGAIN/-.
MRING OUR ANNIVERSARY COME d^ drigf
SEE US! LOOK OVER OUR LARGE STOCK OF
BLACK S WHITE and COLOR MOTORS* and
y t/c* '$■
. ALL SETS INSTALLED BY FACTORY'.
TRAINED SERVICEMAN. f i; * if
— FINANCING AVAILABLE —
If this citation is not served
within nidsty days after the
date of its issuance, it shall be
Come Jee Us For Hut New or UsedW
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Wilkerson, J. C. The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 98, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, July 10, 1970, newspaper, July 10, 1970; Comanche, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1038692/m1/2/: accessed May 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Comanche Public Library.