The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, February 15, 1924 Page: 1 of 6
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The Betfison Trophy, 9 roagoiftrrnt,
111,000 silver cup, oi-eajpie* front posi-
tion In a display, of eight oilier nod
Hina Her cops in tin- Hamilton Drug Co.
show vyindow, the Impressive cvl-
drtjeeof the honors von In flckl trials
by tlu> dogs of Dr. I, M. Cochran of
.The BeUrtoii was won in th&>m
-Con. wH-ivtiii% Brownwood Lion Oltth*
Iteuedktlon—l>r. ft C. Kliugnmu.
The IVInelpIcs of IJsnUii V
The Mun at work for his clyt tfuio
etnlrnl thought vr IMHh l>l/mel
Perry told the nowjddus In hlt .»d-
dri-ss. ‘■|Jonlstj»>^f>'*;.‘t*et to w*»rk
for your <M*‘and community,'” he
fold tjjpaTaad the reeimitae from his
Cochran. l^Kmte of the tgost sought
afterp«T^ln any of the field trials.
.Jffeu not bn retained by rany perma-
nently until be baa won It three times.
-''with the district governor nr--7hp.
I Jons. Col. I/uilsO. Pern- of TprVell,
honoring the occasion "witjy-tris pres
i*oc<‘ ami dellveirinK an»»tfnlfleeut ad
dress Aar thHIlejGTiie hundred awl
more who tepwvMiilm and kindled an
^gthtlslsaar?'>r puttinc into effect the
pritjetyflcs of I.lqnlsiu in ('omam-bc as
J«< exrjdath^l hhem. the .organIrat loti of
■v ljon* Club In (his city was oomph*
ti-d Monday night_/»t a luo< tte«ui at the
K.of 1'. Hall which'has l<ecn said
by many representative men who at,-,
femk-d to have Isen otic of- the finekt
affairs tak a all the way anmml*that
2 iVnnanchc ......
3—11 n see______
5— Dingier ________
The speaker stikl tlint .pnfnotlani
and loyalty wrfr tWooPflii- cardinal
priuctple* of I.lonjanT No I.Ions Club
eat. lie .-alib . without the Stars slid
Htrl|M-s displayed In It’s dining- rjtotJT;
nod taf fjoti* Club should cal. without*
first -staging nl least one verse of
"America.” He wliHlitt Loyalty Is
a' watchword i>( l.fnnl-ni, ami gave tint-
following aeiwtlc: -
V nlipna! Jjl
Security! , __ — .
The I Jolts Club of Comanche, meet •
lug regularly at Its luncheons Tit such
ll«»e as may Is- dAWnl ii|s>ti. will give
* It* attention largely , it I* uii'torStOdl,
j to mat tors of dele linprovi-mcnt: It-*
j nrgiiiilr.nt (on and the fine spirit man-
Masted Inst 'Monday night are kinked
upon as marking 11 distinctive period*
l of rend* id effort und activities In Imv
1 half of Ciauaiu-he and ,Comanche con 11
,. Comanche Club Roster
"The etiitr starts with the following
J It Kanes, l>r. «' C. Klintmmn. P.
C. Bailor. .1 It. Chilton. Jr.;' Mark Cal
In way. T. R Holnisky. C K Front. H.
U fairy, I* K Mackey, J if. Huff, A,
t* Cox. tiisirge Kearney. \V. II. Itnw-
land-ii-W—Jessup. M J. HuJlivan. I-.
J F. 'F.lkliis, Robert Riley, II K. Moore,
W M Durham. A. M. Lovelace, M.
fodeiuan. F J. Recac', J. \Y Laker,-A.
J. Catnpfiell. .las, 1». Slink. C. V.
t'aver. K P, Smith, J. O. Mnoly. Jack
Can ley, Joe Marshall. T J Williams.
" . Chilton. K. Smith. J. E.
Fanner. Hr. C. w. <>ry< I K. Uausotuc.
I*r. «*. W, MHVjllum. It. W» Speed.
1 »r It- M CiM-hran. c M. Miorr, X.
NT jlldrlkaninr" lr Wallace. F. K. An
tlnmy, W. II Slider. W <1. Dingus. It
<1. Stanton. W. D Carroll. W. II. Car-
penter. It W It Hamilton. C. A.
j Greene, Hr I. T (Idintix, t'. S. Thax-
been expended in our own con
had these pattern* had the c
nlty fc»t similar service at he
' Of course the financial phaat
matter aa indicated la hardly
material consideration In epai
lag the many raaaons entering
Consideration uf the Important
Inatitntion «f thiv-character
community. And fet. the fi
phase of R does In a vital Va;
the cewmnnlty. A small coo
arn-h as onns ran ill afford to
Mpi lngs —
■rib— HliriiuJ -______
22— Sidney ________
24 -Mercer Hap____
20 Brushy (>ap ______
2H- Indian Mountslu
2R -Rohersou Springs
.'to -Sues ....___ u.
.71- Vandyke ........
St- lle lieon ....__...
occasioned by the patient havtkl
go to a distant polnt may prove
rloua or even fatal. An lasUtutloi
this character at home, of cot
would obviate any such results
The mental attitude of tba pal
even has a material beaAng upon
enters into the factors that have t<
with his or her recovery. How n
better contented would patieats b
a liospital at home near their fam
ami friends, than at some m
point among strangers'/ A pat
would have the benefit of the a<
services such as his family, and frh
might render and which the pad or
deprived of In many instances ttf
Ing removed to sonic distant point
A community pride should appea
our citlaenshlp In such a worthy
dertaking to the extent that oar
■ran as a whole. If financially abl
do so. should subscribe to the ’s>
certlflcaU-s now being offered
sale* The state has granted a pel
uiitlMiriglog Ike sab- nf th«« stock
"Reese prolialdy ranks as the out-
standing eandldnte from the South for
the Olympic train. The foregoing Is a
rather bokl stntement. when one con-
siders that f'oehran. of the Mississip-
pi Aggira, who year before last won
the national collegiate championship
In the -M0. Is eligible. However. It to. Cunningham all over t'omanche were
, not certain whether Vockrsn win be a shocked to toam last fhmday morning
candidate. There is no question that j ‘hat abe was In a crttleal condition
Reese is.Xhe outstanding competitor from a swhlen attack of appendicitis
I for tlie (ram; as far as the w.uthwes- whkl, she had suffered the emdng
tern eonfrreuce Is cowrerhed. Reese s before An operation Was- performed
chance# are superior to those of.** «bor.t 10 o'dock Kumlsy morning
-Mule” Frssler, the veteran Baylor «nd thinday night she was-reported to
I tear hurdler.” j be resting nicely, tbodgh her condition
t'ho rile (bithis*r|son urges (lie* rais-
ing of hlsekberries snsuwl romnnehe
on an extensive scale, and declavi's
that It wilt Is- found very profltalde
Put out Mackl-errles on all the old
blow- sum! idle land, he says, mid It
will not only make fine berries hut
will bring up the land.
There need Is* np frar of raistug too
many Jietries and nverW^S'king the
raa^kvf. kff. t’nthhertson says, for the
more berries there see to ship 'tlie cm-
sler It will Is* to find a market and
the Is-tler the price that cau Is* ob-
tained. There would be a good mar-'
krt for a ear load of tierries out of Co-
"unito-be every day, be says. ■ „
mix*-*! sw**et picklis*. e*'lcry hearty,
roast turkey mid .|r**s<dnk < raids t ry
sauce, potal salad, etearn |s*ns, earn-
met pie. b<*t coffer.
When tk« time (or tin- elqctIon «>f
offks-rs iirrl\e«l «'olorc-t I'crry r«-
qw-sti-d that "the temporary chairman
npisdnt 11 nominating committee to
Adunit a list to Is- voted ill-oil \l
('sdcuian, J H t'hllton, Jr. mid A I’
Pot were appointed as tin* iurtiinittn- j iVm
was ntnudnious i “
r« tirlnp ns fnt ’
an<l iiffi;risl it list that 1
ly a«h»|*lcd, "The officer* bring ns fnt
ten.: J It Kn in-s pnsiidi'til.; Hr P
W. - Ory and Jim Sla< k. vfto* presf.
dents: M J Atillivan. wm tary-tn-as-
urrr: J K Farmer, lion tnnier; A
lima, (all twister: J, I*. Hoff. T ll.
Hniiusloy. A'" F. Hurli 11 in 11 ud H.[P.
Mmilh. trustees - '-r f, I t«ui. I*r P. FI. r’lilltyOT, O. H- lb»nnb«i.
11 row iiwisid I.Ions to tin* nuinlsr nf '(ko. Montgouiery, H. A- Findli'y. (Hs-iit
about fifteen dr twenty were present ' Snmk rford. P. S. Howard. Howard
04*4 tbe nnintsr Would tin rr 1s-»-»i .(• >rt v i K11 jsi t r lek. Rev . J. D. KntuOt and Rev.
or more hut for the ruins of the d«v J R. Morris. J. W. IJltlejohn. J. II.
which pot tlie,roads In bad conditTon. ! WUbt-ltu. H. Hinkilcston, J. p. Iloff,
Hr K U. Rives. pr*-sident of .the iF- l». Huidvncf. H. Payne. K. Find-
Btsiwunoisl IJons Hub. wn* toast inns- ley. II. II tiiMs. Jcreme P. Kenrby,
ter at this-Titm-heon. After some up jt'. P. Bf. tTair, (.'Jarem-e Albln, I>. -K.
ttjpwrlaUsJ’ sejecfbuw by the Atnevlcau Iteyle. -
GET St PER CAPITA
Austin. Feb. tl.—A scholastic up-
portlShiuent of $2 |*er ci»i*U« was au-
thorised tisliiy hy the state hward of
*dtu-»tlou This will make a total of
$d c*f the $12 apportionment to be dla-
trlbut<*U this year Tlie remainder
will la* granted by May 1. S. M. N.
Mnrrs. state fiipcrtlitendcnt of .piddle
Tlie total sum to Is* slistrlbubsl this
time is »2.nOH.(SS>. which will tie isiid
In cksli from tlie available school fund.
This is on the tiiists df I.TIK.OOO scho-
litsties. .' v-i-e- ;
scribed anil paid for. to am
granting of a charter.—1
guest and principal aprakcr one of I)E LEON DEGREE TEAM -
the university professors. A. more de -r-..... HERE LAST NIGHT
tnltoii ptogram will be given later. 7
-*-~rrrr The De I-eon degree team of tbe
Iks- the nesv guitars sn«l mssalollus. KHieknhs attended the meeting of the
Hull Musk- t.’o. ltc j Kebeksh iodg In Comanche last night
to put on some speelal work. A num-
ber of visiting KetieRahs from 8lpe
Hprtngs were nlsr* p*-*»tvnt. -—--—-
WOI LD LIKE TO RRE GRAY
IN LEGIRLATCRE AGAIN*
Thus fir no one has announced a# a
candidate for representative from thin
country, lr has teen suggested that
brightest -many friends of R. W. trnty would
store be glad twice him in tbe legislature
faintly. again, and hqpe that he might he In-
before” duecd to offer as a candidate for that
X K. D. position. ' ,J — .
District Basket Ball
Meet at Brownwc
A Classy Ai
CANTATA SINGERS TO MEET
. MI ND.W AFTERNOON
Mrs. A. J. Campbell re*pi**sts tlint
all Who are to take part In tin* caidal.i
Ik- at the tilgti si-hool nndltofliim Sun-
day afternoon at 2 oVIoik.
I hsv»’ su ex|s-rt sins* rcjsilr mnh to
assist me and will l*e aide to take
care of rush Jobs more promptly.—W
\V. Kilpatrick. 28 2tk-
THE NAME OLD STORY
with Howurd Payne College
Gustine Basket Ball Team, Though
Losing to Brownwood, Showed up
as One of Strongest in the District
. " • _!c .
winning the district
gnmra of the event, , .
Tlx* filial gmne wan played fto
day evening between Brownwood
Star .and resulted In Brownwood
Ing proclaimed the champion ' l»a
hall tram of this district. J. Ho
Hheltan and F. L. Fanblon refe
the games. The score for the- i
game was 34 to it;
Besides the StsHM-ll of Colonel t’crrf.
n talk was made by I). J Jnhasln.
secretsrv of the I.lons Club of Rrowri-.
wood, explaining the work of a (Jons'
secretary. A short talk was also made
by Dr. Rives. In which ho told the
president of the new rluh that two of
tbe Important thffigs In making a soc-
Cesa or a IJons tTtih was to start on
time and quit on time each meeting.
An appreciated feature of the program
was a solo hy Mias Mary Merwln. with
tbe Jneore which the crowd demanded.
V^iiuds Hoff was her a room pan
Cfc Miss Merwln look the place of
JBaa Madge Phlnney took, the piste of
who was unable to be present.
iraiwnwaai Thanked far Cmtrtoslea
Accepting tbe charter whin It had
Rrownwood, T<'xuaf Fell. 1.1— The
Gustine high school basketball dub,
rated as one of' the strongest fives In
the district..put up a good fight de-
stdtc their losing In the rreept boxket-
ball touvnanieiit helg here under the
snsplcea of the t'nlversity of Texas
luterscholastlc I-eague, hut sponsored
loeally hy Howard Payne Cullefe.
■ The contests were played la the
Howard Payne OyMalum and It 14
pro!table that because of tbe ('oman-
dm county diamplbns not h«*lng used
to a hardwood ftear fhst they did not
make a* many potato as they wottld
have had they been.,jlaylng on an out
door court, as they have all year.
If was hard Ittrk for Guntlne to
draw Hrownwoafl to play (be first one
aa Gustine had. previously lost to
Hrownwoml on thdr home court. They
showed .much better (hap In the first
gnttic. however, ami proveil a Mg
stumbling block In the way of Brown-
BROTHER KUNGMAN WILL BE IN HI8 PL'LPIT
AGAIN SUNDAY. BOTH MORNING AND
*>* . RVRNING HOURS 1
At tbe morning hour his suhject will be: "Trinity of Suc-
cess, Faith, nope, Lore.” At the evening bouyf “Tbe New
This series of sermons are proving to be of much Interest.
You are cordially Invited to attend.
phenvllto. Mr. 1
member of tbe A
Qnt created. 1
J. F. Kedwtne,
Ti N. Burton,
breath. Edna K
delivered by DistrlH
r. Prenklent Eanes of the ueV or-
ation thanked tlu* Itrewnwqod
| ami OoteneV Perry on hehalf of
■iTlbomaoehc IJons and assured
of tlie veVy great appreciation of
- preaerwT. In Com m-be it this
THE CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH
pe and of what thoy had done In IP-
tutlnk the TJous flub here. The
ograin rhsasl with benediction hy.
r. <1 C. Kllngman. Tbs. complete
■gram aa printed for the evening
la as follow*. The mimes of Miss
Irwin and Miss Hoff bcliig sulaitl-
ted for Miss Phlnney and Mrs. Me-.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, *00 A. M„ MA JEST1C THEATER,
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Doyle, Davis K. The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, February 15, 1924, newspaper, February 15, 1924; Comanche, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1060401/m1/1/: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Comanche Public Library.