Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, September 9, 1949 Page: 3 of 4
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CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG OOUIfTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 9, 1949.
Grocery & Market
FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS
Tea, Liptons, Orange Pekoe, 1/4 lb. _ 31c
Soap, Magic Washer, box 16c
Soap, Vel, Giant box 76c
Windex, small 15c
Windex Sprayer 15c
Swatters, 3 for 25c
Fly Spray, Flint, 5 lbs. 49c
Fly Gun, Bee Brn, 30 oz. cont 60US 83c
Cocoanut, Bakers, Southern 22c
Peac, blackeyed, green, 15£ oz. 17c
Pumpkin, yellow, Scott, No. 2 can . 10c
Crackers, supreme, 1 lb. box 24c
Hamburgers, Swifts, 10 oz. can 35c
Corn Beef Hash, Libby, can 48c
Minced Ham, lb. 40c
Frankfurters, lb. 40c
Oleomargaiine, Cudanys, lb. 31c
Lard, Pinkney's, 4 lb. crt. 75c
Ding Dong! Ding Dong!...
. . . of the old dinner bell would
bring back pleasant memories to
many of the old timers. It's still
pleasant to dine at...
Ready to Plug in Fairbanks-Morris
Automatic Water Systems
ALL SIZES PIPE & FITTINGS
ELECTRIC WIRE - SWITCHES -
FUSE BOXES - PLUG INS - BULBS
Revere Ware Copper Clad
Stainless Steel Cooking Utensils
Complete Line of PYREX Oven Ware
Ideal for Gifts
Good Variety of Well Made
FOLDING CARD TABLES
C0RBIN HARDWARE CO.
Let's Get Acquainted
All Over Again...
You know me well, yet I am new to you
as the operator of your Gulf Service
Station. I am anxious to renew friend-
ship and to make you a good hand. Drive
your car by and see if 1 can make you
want to stop regularly . . .
Flowers for All
"AMAKILLO'S LEADING FLORISTS"
Claude Agent Amarillo
City Drug-163 Phone 8259
PLUS SPINAL MENINGITIS, DIP-
HTHERIA. SCARLET FEVER,
SMALLPOX, LEUKEMIA EN-
•CSPHALITIS & TETANUS .
Pays up to $5000
Treatment of Each
Hospital Services—Room, Board, At-
tendants, Apparatus, Medicines.
Mediral Services—M. D. or Osteo-
Nursing Service—R. N. 3 a day at
$10.00 per day each.
Ambulance Service — $25.00 each
Iron Lung—or similar mechanical
Blood Transfusions—All usual arid
Drugs and Medicines—Pays all Drug
and Medicine Bills.
Transportation — Automobile, Rail-
road or Aircraft, to Hospital: pa-
tient and an attendant.
Braces ami Crutches—As Needed.
All iance Life Ins. Co.
Assets Over $*7,(100,000.00
Premium Only ... $5.00 .1 year
Premium Only SIO.OO a vear
Chas. W. Stewart
Classified ads, want ads, readers,
legal net ices, card of thanks, poems
only 3c a wor.:i for first week's In-
sertion: 1o a word for each succeed -
ing week without change In copy.
All such a-Js are1 cash In advance.
Of Local Interest...
• Mrs. Carl Neely Is employed as
bookkeeper at Nelson Grain Co.
• Doris Smalley left last week for
Skellytown, where she will teach
school for the next year.
• Mr. and Mrs. Warner Brunson
left last week for a vacation trip
to Colorado and other points.
• Raby Smalley left this week for
Canyon where he will enter football
training at WTS college.
Mrs. J. B. Cope and son, James,
Hre putting a new shingle roof on
their home in went Claude.
• Mrs. C. A. Smalley is visiting her
daughter and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Hiram Vaughter in Colorado.
• Mrs. Mart Crownover and Mar-
tha Ann, returned last week from
a visit with her sisters and bro-
thers in Pulton, Kentucky.
• Mrs. Howell Averytt has been
working at the Mclntire Variety,
while the Mclntires were vacation-
ing in Michigan.
• Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Campbell,
Georgia Barber and Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Davis of Borger returned
home Thursday from a vacation
I rip to Red River, New Mexico
and other points.
*Mrs. W. E. Knierim, accompani-
ed by her son and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Knierim, left, Friday
for Oklahoma City to visit rela-
tives. Mrs. Knierim will remain at
the bedside of her sister, who is 111,
• Mr. and Mrs Clyde Cope and son
and Mr and Mrs Leo Oler and
Leah, returned recently from a va-
cation trip to Cold Springs, Ok la.,
where they enjoyed fishing and
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hardin
RED & WHITE
Grocery & Market
FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS
• Joe Dean Bailey, of Dallas, came
in last week on the bus to visit
his grandparents, Mr and Mrs. W.
H. Killibrew. Joe Dean financed
the trip with a lemonade stand in
front of his home in Dallas, Quite
an interprizing young man.
• Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stewart and
children, Wallace, Sam, Nancy and
Norman, returned from a vacation
trip to Colorado last week.
• Sheriff and Mrs. John W Moore
and Ealine, accompanied Johnny
to Enid, Okla., Sunday, where he
| will enroll in Phillips University.
t He has a room with Mr. and Mrs.!
Roy M. Rutherford, who are also'
• Mr. ar.d Mrs. Colliei Corbln and
Barbra, returned last week from a
vacation trip to Colorado and oth-
• Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lo&ston and
children returned recently from a
vacation trip to Colorado and other
Mrs, Rosa Church has been work-
in" two weeks at Porter's Grocery
while Dell Caldwell and J. R. Por-
ter, Sr. took their annual vacation.
• Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Maple and
daughter, of California, spent one
night last week with his brothers, I
Fred and Cliff Maple and their
families on their return trip from j
Oklahoma City, where they visited;
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. K.
Flour, Purasnow, 25 lbs. 1.59
Preserver, Strawberry, Brmf, 2 lb _ 65c
Post Toasties, large size 25c p
Honey, Best Yet, 2 lb. comb 65c
Dog Food, Champ, 3 for 25c jumt-
Olives, Ripe, 9 oz. glass 35c j"^*
Marshmellows, Curtiss, 10 oz. 15c
Sure-Jell, 2 for 25c
Wieners, Ofcar Mayer, can 47c
Spaghetti, Franco American, 2 for 29c
Butter Beans, Mountain Pass, 2 for 35c
5 Hcminy, La Homa, white, No. 2 9c
Corn, First Lady, 2 for 35c
Tuna, grated, can 35c
Apricots, Hunts, No. 2£ 25c
Prune Juice, Sunsweet, qt. 29c
• Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dryden of Mc-
cook, Neb., are visiting her son and
family, Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Lons-
hagen and Winnie.
• FOR SALE—Three lots, five room
house, garage, out buildings, wind-
mill, all in fair condition. Orginally
J. 11 Roy place. Will sell all for
$3,000.00. House can easily be mov-
ed—Mrs. R. A. Wallace, Box 85.
Goodnight, Texas. ltc
• FOR SALE—Practically new 1G-8
Case drill with press wheels, price
$400.00, or will trade for milk cows
-John Luther. lp
• SEWING MACHINES — Repairs,
sales, electrical conversions of all
kinds, Complete rebuilding service.
Unconditional guarantee. — J. D.
Owen, Headquarters, Corbin Hard-
• FOR SALE—Eight piece dining
room suit—Call Mrs. Tom Osborn.
• SCHOOL BOYS—Get your school
hair cut at the Imperial Barber
Shop. Three barbers; two on duty
during noon hour. 4t2c
• DUE—To Illness I am unable to
make personal calls, but have for
sale C <Sr D and Harford, ladies
dresses, and luxury knit under-
ware for both men and women;
School Clothing for girls.— Mrs.
Ed Yelton, phone 147.
• GENERAL WATER Well repairs
—Geo. R. Crowell, Phone 147-W
• FOR RENT — Modern Country
Home. See or phone Fred Wiegman
• Firestone Tires and plenty of
them. We can meet any competi-
tatlve price—R. C. Ballard. tfc
• Firestone Tires and the prices are
right for your satisfaction—R. C.
• Please see us for your require-
ments of high test white gasoline.
—R. C. Ballard, Texas Company, tfc
• APARTMENT FOR RENT —
Furnished or unfurnished. — Phone
17-J. '49-35tfc I
• Tommie Terrill Christian left last
week for Canyon to enter football
training at WTS college, where he
will attend college this year.
• Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McFarland
and Don are driving a new 4-door
bronze colored Hudson, which they
say is quite a thrill.
• Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cagle are re-
modeling their home in South
Claude, having added a big picture
window in the south of their home.
• Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stephenson and
son, Joe Henry, returned home re-
cently from a visit to Tennessee
• Mr. and Mrs. Floyd PanneU and
children left last week to make
home in Tulia, where he will teach
in the Tulia Schools.
Cliff Maple and son, Charles,
spent the week-end in Oklahoma
City, visiting Cliff's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. K Maple.
• Mrs. S. B. Stewart flew to Corona
California recently, where she is
visiting her daughter and husband,
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Cundiff.
• Mrs. Frank Bailey returned Sun-
day from a visit with her daughter,
Martha and her family in Liberty,
• Mr. and Mrs Dale Shores, Min-
nie and Claudie, of Amarillo, spent
last, Sunday in the home of W. G.
• Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thomas and
Dorothy and Jimmle were visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ru-
therford last week.
• Mrs. Nell Gamble Reggy and
Gene were visiting in the home of
W. G. Sanders last Wednesday from
• Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller and
Tom Henry and Mr. and Mrs. Mel-
vin WlnkcomplecU and children
visited Mr. and Mrs. John Miller
and daughter, Johnnie Lou of Am- j
arillo Sunday. They enjoyed a pic-1
nic lunch and attended the drive- j
in theater in the evening.
• Mrs. Annie Mclntire and children.
Bobbie, Yvonne, and Jerry returned
home Thursday from Ann Arbor,
Michigan, where they visited Mr.
and Mrs. Sherwood Mclntire and
family. They also visited in Can-
ada and other points while on their
• Mr. and Mrs. Carl W, Appling,
Don and Davie and their daughter
and family, Mi and Mrs. Ray Cox
of Dallas returned home last week
from a vacation trip to interesting
points in New Mexico, including
the museum at Toas and Red Riv-
er fishing and etc.
• Capt. Irene Wertenberger arriv-
ed by plane Sunday night for a
two day visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jess Wertenberger and
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Tucker. She
also visited Mr. and Mrs Estes
Wiseman and children, Mary Fran-
cis, Billie and Jimmie of Borger.
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bagwell and
especially little Miss Sherry Linn
Bagwell, the new niece. She left
Tuesday evening for Brooke Gen-
eral Hospital, Ft. Sam Houston in
San Antonio, Texas.
• Texas Company Havoline Motor
Oil keeps your motor clean. Pro-
tects your bearings. Havoline is a
detergent cleaning lubricant. — R.
C. Ballard, Texas Company. tfc
• 2, 4-D WEED KILLER - Con-
trols broad leaf plants and bind
weeds, in fields or pasture. For in-
formation and prices contact Henry
Finley or Herman Dye, Claude 32tfc
• For those who use white unlead-
ed gasjline we have plenty of high
octane unleaded white gasoline.—
r. C. Ballard. Texas Company, tfc
to Meet Wednesday
The Methodist WSCS will con-
vene Wednesday afternoon, Sept.
7th, at 2:30 in the church parlor.
'Ihe first program from the new
worship services "Christ Jesus Him-
self the Cornerstone'' will be given.
Leader. Mrs. C. N. Bell. Theme:
"Our Faith". Everyone is welcome.
Remember when we used to take
aimless walks? Now we're always
headed some place and in a hurry
to get there.
With long playing records. It is
longer between the disc Jockey's
• Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kemp had
as their guest the past week Mrs.
Kemp's brother, Ray Neighbors and
family of Ft Worth and Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Long of Exell.
• Mr. and Mrs Hiatt Robison left
Wednesday to visit their children,
James and family and daughter,
Dorothy Dee and family in Indi-
ana and Ohio.
• Mr. and Mrs. Jake Halter and
their daughter have moved into the
four room house located in west
Claude owned by Mrs. Ray Burton.
Jake is the new football coach.
• Mr. and Mrs R A. O'Daniel are
erecting a new home two blinks
south of the business district in
Claude. It is now nearing com-
• Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hawkins and
children left this week for Plain-
view. Texas, to make their home.
C. M plans to attend Wayland
College to prepare for the ministry.
• James L. McFarland who is now
a "banker" at the Snyder National
Bank, came in Saturday night for
a weeks vacation from the 'gruel-
ing' tasks he has to preform being
a working man. We understand
his family, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mc-
Farland and Don and some friends
may take a short trip In their new
3 5th Wedding
On September 1st, about 25
friends and neighbors met at the
John 'lolbeit home to help them
celebrate their 15 years of married
life. The evening was spent play-
To be Organized
Friday, Sept 16, at one o'clock at
the Community Home, Mrs. Zeli
Armstrong and Mrs. Lucille Wise-
man will organize their second i
ceramic class in Claude, lhe Spring i
ceramic class was such a success |
that they were requested to teach
another this Fall.
The course will consist of 8 les-
sons and has proven very interest-
ing and beneficial to those who
were in last Springs (lasses. If j
others are interested in taking the I
course, they are invited to be pre- j
sent Sept. 16th at one o'clock to
make further plans.
If you desire further informa-
tion call Mrs. Merl Nelson and
Mrs. Henry Fields.
School Class Friday
Mr and Mrs Cleve Bennett and
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Justiss enter-
tained their Sunday School Class,
Friday evening, with a cook-out
supper in the spacious back lawn
of the Bennett home.
The back yard of the Bennett
home is a play ground with out-
door furniture, croquet court the
latter with a concrete curb, two
lire places, surrounded by shrubs,
and trees as high as the house. It
is truely a picnic paradise.
Those enjoying the steak and
chicken "cook-out were Mr. and Mrs
John McClure, Weldon and Tom-
mie, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunn.
Ronnie and Van, Mr and Mrs
Henry Fields and Kay, Carroll
Doshier and Miss Nancy Price of
Amarillo, Rev. and Mrs. J D Mc- 1
Daniel. Linda and David. Mr. and
Mrs. James H. Gunter. Mr. and
Mrs. Doc Minkley, Mr. and Mrs. B
Waggoner and the hosts and hos-
If farmers ever give up hope,
city folks would starve to death.
A haze on the far horizon,
The infinite, tender sky,
The ripe, rich tint of the cornfields,
And the wild geese sailing high-
And all over upland and lowland
The charm of the golden-rod,
Some of us call it Autumn,
And others call it God.
—William lleriiert f'arruth.
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Waggoner, William J. B. & Waggoner, Cecil O. Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, September 9, 1949, newspaper, September 9, 1949; Claude, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth353834/m1/3/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library.