Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, April 11, 1947 Page: 5 of 6
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THE CLAUDE NEWS. CLAUDE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APR. 11, 1947.
Grocery & Market
FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS
Cherries, Maraschino, glass
Ginger Ale, 2 for
Canada Dry, qt.
Wonder Drink, £ gallon
Orange Juice, White Swan, 46 oz _
Grapefruit Juice, Texsun, 46 oz. __
Honey, pure clover, Belts, qt.
Preserves, Apricots, Del Monte, pt,
Prune Juice, Sunsweet, qt.
Beans, cut green, PV, 2 for
Beets, sliced, Libby
Flour, Purasnow, 25 lb. bag
Coffee, Fireside, 1 lb. glass
Peaches, HD, halves, gallon
Plums, purple, Brite WB, gallon _.
Apricots, water pack, gallon
Green Gage Plums, White Swan _.
Mondays thru Fridays we close at
If you flatter a man you frigh-
ten him to death; if you don't,
you bore him to death. If you
permit him to make love to you
he gets tired of you In the
end; if you don't, he gets tired
of you in the beginning.
• LIFE INSURANCE h Blue Crow
Hospitalization Insurance now a-
vailable to Farm Bureau Members.
See Carl Wood, Secretary. 27tfc
Of Local Interest. ..
• George Hathorn of AmariUo was
in Claude on business Tuesday.
• F. M. Phillips of Goodnight was
in Claude Monday.
Mrs. B. H. Conner and daughter,
Mrs George Wilmoth, were shop-
ping In Amarillo Monday.
More of Your Money Stays at Home
When You Buy Borden's Milk
from Your Local Grocer
"Salty" Thomas, Wholesaler
Classified tuls. want ads, readers,
lepril nrtiers, card of thanks, poems
only 3c a word for first week's in
sertion; 1c a word for each succeed
In-; \wk without chnnge in copy.
All such n-.!s nre cash in advance.
• LOST—Small Cocker Spalnel
pup, named "Pepper", finder please
call M?,risue Woodbum at Number
• FOR SALE—Lawn mower, good
shape.—See Roy Woods. ltc
• Mrs. Ola Cobb, Brlnson of Okla-
homa City is visiting her mother,
Mrs. A. L. Cobb and family.
• Mr. and Mrs. Emzy May spent
Sunday in Hereford visiting rel-
•Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Robinson
had as their guests this week, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Moreau of Olustee,
Oklahoma, W. E.'s sister. Also Mrs.
J. V. Robinson of Lark, Texas.
• Mrs. Mary E. Wilson, attended
Easter services at the Phillips
Methodist Church. The pastor, Rev.
J. H. Crawford is a former Arm-
strong County resident.
• Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haddock
of Lovington, New Mexico, spent
the Easter holidays visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Por-
ter and Pamelia.
• Mrs. Maggie Barclay and Mrs.
Nora Carter of Oklahoma City,
spent the week-end visiting their
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Knierim.
• Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilson re-
turned, Tuesday, from Dallas where
they spent a week visiting.
• Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sargent
spent part of last week visiting
their daughter in Pampa, Texas.
• County Agent, Charles O. Reed
is attending an irrigation school
being held in Lubbock this week.
• Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Sewell, of
Amarillo and her sister and son,
Margaret and Kenneth of Kan-
sas City were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Sewell Sunday
• Mr. and Mrs. Yynn Boomer had
as their dinner guests; Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Wisdom and Billy, Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Ashworth and Mr.
and Mrs. B. Waggoner, Sunday
) Grocery & Market
FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS
• Leo Patterson Is able to be back
at work after a few weeks ab-
sence due to illness.
Don't Forget . . .
STOCKMAN & RHODES
DOWN AT THE LITTLE STORE
GROCERIES, GAS and OILS
Chewing Gum & Candies
• FOR SALE—1 double Shifforobe,
full length mirrors in doors, 5
drawers and hat box, and 1 glassed
in china cabinet, 3x5 ft, with two
lower sliding doors. See them at
the News office.—B. Waggoner. 35p
• STRAYED —One yearling, white
face steer, branded G on left thy,
and under-bit on right ear. Finder
please call or notify, Theodore
Goad, Claude, Texas. 32p
• WE UPHOLSTER and repair fur-
niture, make slip covers and dra-
peries; free estimates. Amarillo Up-
holstery, 412 West 9th, Phone
2-901G, Amarillo, Texas. 34-p
• Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McCaulley
of Borger, Texas, visited in the
home of W. E. Robinson la^t week.
• Mrs. Leona Whelchel of Borger
drove over to Claude, Friday, ac-
companied by Mrs. A1 Caldwell
and her mother. Mrs. Burton. Mrs.
Cladwell has been visiting in the
Caldwell home for some time.
• Mrs. Guy Patterson of Abilene,
spent the Easter Holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hundley.
• Mrs. Will Dye is reported bet-
ter at this writing. Miss Eunice
Ford has been caring for Mrs. Dye.
• Mrs. A. L. Cobb was taken to
the hospital in Groom Monday
night. Her friends at home hope
she will soon be feeling fine.
• Miss Imogene Collins, a Tech.
student, spent the Easter Holi-
days visiting her parents, Mrs. and
Mrs Tom Collins.
Coffee, Del Monte, per lb. 44c ^
Whole Green Beans, Marco 27c \
Brooms, 1.30 value 1.19
Chili Beans, Kuner'e, 3 cans for 29c
Fruit cocktail, Heart's Delight, gal. 1.55 V
Brimful Crackers, 2 lb. box 39c
^ Purasnow Flour, 50 lb. sack 3.85 ^
| V-8 Cocktail, 46 oz. can 31c i
® Tomatoes, Del Haven, 2 No. 2 can _ 37c |
Salad Dressing, Sunspun, 8 oz. jar . 23c ^
Beef Roast, per lb. 35c ^
Hamburger Meat, per lb. 33c >
Pineapple Preserves, 2 lb. jar 79c £
Wheaties, 2 boxes 21c ^
Lady Anne "Minties", per box 69c £
Purity Oats, 3 lb. box 29c ^
8 Carrots, per bunch 5c <
'■ 15 _ ^
hS Fresh Green Beans, per lb. 29c *
• Johnnie McCarty of the South-
western Public Service was con-
fined to his home last week with
the flu. (sounded like I heard
Johnnie's voice say You can't
keep a good man down.")
• Mr. and Mrs. Lenn Boomer and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wisdom were
among those enjoying an outing
on Lake McClellan Sunday. The
children, Billy and Ginger had
a grand time and outing.
More of Your Money Stays at Home
When You Buy Borden's Milk
from Your Local Grocer
"Salty" Thomas, Wholesaler
A Pleasure Trip..
when you take time to have your car washed,
greased, cleaned out and the motor oil drained
and refilled willi smooth running Mobiloil and
t lie tank filled with Magnolia "Flying Horse
Power" at your friendly....
Magnolia Service Station
AT HOME with
• FOR SALE One six room house
to be moved. One solid steel con-
structed, two wheel trailer, good
tires. A. F. Rutherford. 32p
• FOR SALE -Two row John Deer
listur. Two row John Deer culti-
vator and Tool bar chissel, practic-
ally new — Ed Robison, Phone
• FOR SALE 1936 Tudor Plymoth
—See Annie Mclntire 33c
• STRAYED—From Kight Ranch
one White Faced Cow, L brand
left shoulder, Lazy VL right hip.—
Notify M. O. Calliham, Conway.31p
MALE HELP WANTED — County.
Wonderful opportunity. $15 to $20
in a day. No experience or capital
required. Permanent. Write today.
McNess Company, Dept. A, Free-
port, 111. 31p
• Mr. Potter, of Amarillo, spent
Easter visiting his daughter and
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Camp-
• Little Larry C. Roan of Ama-
rillo is spending the week visiting
his grandmother, Mrs. Lellabell
Better lighting adds livability to your home. Prop-
erly placed lamps and lights will add to the attrac-
tiveness of your home. You'll avoid eyestrain.
Fill in and mail the coupon, or call your nearest
Southwestern Public Service office now for a light-
ing survey of your home. A specialist will come to
your home, and measure the lighting in every
room. You'll be given recommendations that will
lead to better lighting... better living. And
remember, it's another service of your Public
Service Company, furnished without extra charge.
SOUTHWEST PUBLIC SERVICE CO.
• (Please Mail to Your Nearest Public Service Co. Officc)
Please send a representative to advise me on belter lighting and
•TEXAS Company Havoline Motor
Oil gives you a long lite motor,
economically operated, because it
is scientifically refined, whereas,
an ordinary oil will cause quick
bearing trouble. Wax-free and
gum-free Havoline immediiately
lubricates your motor. — R. C.
• Mr. and Mrs. George Giles and
daughters of Portales, New Mexi-
co, spent Easter visiting his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Giles.
• Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hammit of
Carey, Texas are the proud parents
of a baby daughter, born April
1, 1947, weight 8 'A lbs, name Sha-
ron Mae. Little Miss Sharon Ma?
is the neice of Mr. and Mrs. Clif-
ton Brown of Claude.
• Miss Catherene Rodgers of Am-
arillo visited in the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Rod-
gers Sunday evening, she was en-
route home after attending the
Easter Pagent held in Lawton,
• Mr and Mrs. E. S. Curr of
Pampa were visiting their son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Carr,
• Baylis K Williams and wife visit-
ed in the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W E. Williams, last
Wednesday, from Mineral Wells,
• Miss Madeline Osteen of Min-
eral Wells, Texas spent Thursday
and Friday visiting her mother
and brother, Mrs. Florene Osteen
• WANTED-Will pay cash for
your old Maytag washing machine
-See Billy Blakeney at Mitchell-
Goodwin Lumber Cotn|>«ny. Phone
• WANTED -Lawnmower sharpen-
ing and repair work, out of town
work special attention. 508 North
Van Buren, Amarillo, Texas. Phone
• Miss Imogene Bagwell and Mr.
and Mrs. T. L. Leach and son.
Robert of Lubbock spent the Easter
Holidays vsiting their mother, Mrs.
Luke Bagwell and family.
• Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ashworth
drove down to Denton Thursday
and returned Friday bringing Bob's
mother, Mrs. Gertrude Ashworth,
whd had spent the last two weeks
there visiting her sister, Mrs. B.
Lots of Tires...
Axels for Two Wheel Trailers
Seat Covers — All Kinds
Shock Absorber Exchanges
,$500 Worth of Fan Belts and
Good Big Stock of Auto Accessories
HOOD SERVICE STATION
S & H GREEN STAMPS GIVEN HERE
FAT HOOD, Manager
• Mrs. Clyde W. Hudson of Good-
night was in Claude Saturday on
business. She and Mrs. Bettye Bur-
rows went on to Amarillo to pick
up their husbands who had Just
returned from a plane trip to
Minneapolis, Minn, and Moline,
• HOUSE -For rent. See
Wiegman, Claude, Texas.
• FARM TOR SALE — See Fled
Wiegman, Claude, Texas. 32-p
• TEXAS Company Marfax grease
saves you time, trouble and equip-
ment because Marfax is specially
efined from selected oils being
used by more tractor owners than
any other grease.—R. C. Ballard.
W« hav* nothing to Itll but good oUctrtc ••rvict.
We ar* acting only in an adviiory capacity.
PUBUC SIR VI CI
• Mrs. Roxie Lee Keeter, Tech,
student, was a visitor in the home
of her sister and family, Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Ballard during the
• Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hess are the
parents of a new daughter, born
Monday, April 7 at 1:45 p.m. in
the Groom Hospital, name Amy
Charlene, weight 6 3/4 lbs.
• FOR SEWING—Dress Making or
tner sewing—See Mrs. C. M.
Hawkins or phone 50-R 24tfc
• BABY CHICKS—Immediate de-
livery on all popular breeds.—Clar-
endon Hatchery, Clarendon,
• Mr. and Mrs. George Foster and
Elinor Foster spent Easter visiting
in the home of Mrs. Foster's bro-
ther and family, Mr. and Mrs. E.
B. Holligan of Tulla.
• Mrs. Martell Neely of Amarillo
underwent a major operation Sat-
urday April 5, at St. Anthony. We
hope Mrs. Neely will soon enjoy
good heilth again.
• FOR EXPERT Water well repair
work—Geo. R. Crowell, Phono 87-W
Claude, Texas. 26tfc
• DAY OLD PULLFTS — Popular
breeds. Place orders now and get
Pullets at any future date.—Clar-
endon Hatchery, Clar endon,
• WE CAN deliver you a fuel that
jives you the best in engine op-
eration. The Texas Company has
the long experience and proper
refining equipment to produce an
excellent fuel. Try Texaco on your
next order for satisfactory fuel
service. We always give you prompt
delivery.—R. C. Ballard. 30tfc
• Mr. I. S. Henderson went to
Leveland, Texas, Wednesday, to
be at the bedside of his sister, Mrs.
Llllle Allison, who has been 111 the
past two months.
_ James Carroll Schmidt, a stud-
ent at Texas University at Austin
spent the Easter Holidays visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louie
• Mr. and Mrs. Coin Rutherford
of A.C.C. of Abilene, Texas, spent
the Easter Holidays visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ru-
• Paulene Dodge and June Hill
of Amarillo spent Easter In the
home of Paulenc's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. Dodge and June
visited her daughter Jancth.
> CHICKS -Bloodtested stock. 20
breeds—Clarendon Hatchery, Clar
endon, Texas. 34p
• Mrs Lynn Boomer left Tuesday
of this week to attend the fune-
ral of her uncle, Walter Scott of
Dallas, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Boomer
drove down there in their car leav-
ing their daughter, Ginger, with
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ashworth while
they are away.
• Mrs Veneta Swift and son, Owen
Garner, and Mrs Mozelle Calcote
and son. Chester all of Los Ani-
mus, Colorado, and B. F. Hill and
wife and son, Ronnie of Amarillo,
were visitors, Saturday and Sunday
in the home of their grand parents
and great grand parents, Mr and
Mrs. W. E. Williams.
• Mrs Harold Nave received an
announcement, from Fiance, of the
arrival of a new grand nephew to
her. named Jean Michel, it read;
"Monsieur and Madame Maurice
Dupret, Pharmaciens, Sont Heur-
cux De Vous Falre Port De La
Maissance De Leur Fils Jean-
• Jerry Cavanaugh came in last
week from Diloxi, Mississippi for a
visit with his mother, Mrs. Dora
Cavanaugh. Jerry has been em-
ployed as civilian instructor at
Keesler Field in Diloxi for the
past year and a half but he plans
to locate somewhere in Amarillo
as his work at Keesler Field is
• Miss Frankie Sewell wrote her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Sewell that she had spent a week-
end in the lovely home of Mr. and
Mrs. Victoria Warner Tappan and
family in Los Angeles. Miss Ker-
rlck Warnet was also visiting the
Tappans and Frankie sajd she
really had an enjoyable week-end
meeting old friends and talking
of news about old Claude friends
• Mr. and Mrs. Roberts arc reported
to be moving out on one of the
Jack Mahler farms this week where
Buster will be employed In the pro-
duction of wheat and cattle.
• Guests in the J H. Smith home
Sunday, were: Ma 17 Francis Rey-
nolds, Leveland, Mrs. W J Con
away, Spur, Mr. and Mrs. Burrell
Black and children, Muleshoe
Calyarnia, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell
Smith, White Deer, Mrs. Bert
Buhal and children, Groom, Mr
and Mrs. Roy Conrad and Lee
Roy, John Cheouvcaux and Neda
Ruth Blakeney and Mr. B
Eptlng of Itlsea.
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We have a complete line of Butane
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So when in need of anything in this line
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Howard McMullen, Owner
All Watches Promptly Repaired
and Tested as to accurate tim-
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AMERICAN & SWISS WATCHES
Guaranteed Time Pieces only 10.00 up
See Our Big Line of Diamond Rings
Watches, Clocks and Costume Jewelry
at Prices Surprisingly LOW at
Corner 4th & Taylor Amarillo
AMERICAN LEGION HALL
Friday, April 11 • 9:00 p. m.
Music by Ted Gibbs and His Boys
Everyone Invited to Attend
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Waggoner, William J. B. & Waggoner, Cecil O. Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, April 11, 1947, newspaper, April 11, 1947; Claude, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth354029/m1/5/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library.