Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1963 Page: 8 of 16
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f Mr. and Mrs. Vie VUareUi Mid
Elzle Hazard of AmariBo and Mr.
and Mra Thurman Davis, Doinha
and Danny, of Loekney, were Sun-
by Tom H. Miller
Save Your Valuable Tires with
Expert Wheel Alignment
1 Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Haney re- j__ afternoon visitors in the Cecil . ,
cently bought two lots located Wa_„oner home Mrt Davis is a Thursday, April 18: Dusty, low
just across the street west of the Hf MrT wSnS «■ Wgh 74. wind sw 30-35 gusts
Weldon Hundley home Jn South to 53 mph Friday, nice, low 36,
Claude. They moved their trailer * Mr. and Mrs. Bob yaughn had and reports of ice around, high
house to the location last week. Sunday dinner with their daugli- 71, wind w 15-20 mph. Saturday,
It had been located by the Dairy ter and husband, Nelda and Sonny beautiful, low 45, high 82, wind
Mart. Scroggins In Amarlllo. . w. 16-20 mph. Sunday, dusty, low
4fi%Jiigh 91, wind sw 20-30 mph.
Monday, partly cloudy, low 60,
wind w 15-20 shifting
mph. Tuesday, partly clou-
dy, low 41, high 69, wind ene 14
mph. Wednesday, cloudy, low 48,
high 78, wind s 15 mph.
it seems the wind has blown
nine of the past seven days, along
with weeds, papers, hats (most of
the hats were unoccupied), skirts
and some dust.
Firemen called to
grass fire Saturday
The Claude Fire Department
was called out Saturday, 5:20 p.m.
to the scene of a grass fire along
the railroad right-of-way a mile
west of town. The /Juration of
the fire was short when the
smoke-eaters arrived on the scene.
They were called out again at 5:55
as the same fire had broke out
once again. The fire was thought
to have been started by a FW&
DC freight train.
« Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sanders,
Mrs. Luther Brown, Mike, Judy
and Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Billy
Minkley and children, all spent
the weekend a week ago in Gra-
ham, visiting Mrs. Sander's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Shep-
pard. The Sanders remained over
a week as Mr. Sheppard was ill
but he is feeling much better
at this writing.
"The Better is Available
Where the Best is Sold"
Burrow Bros. Chevrolet
Weekend Specials for Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Girls Shorts and Blouse Set — :o:—
3 - 6X __ 2.69 - 7 -14 2.98
New Western Wrangler Shorts for Misses
10 ■ 16 2.98
New Straw Hats for Men and Boys, 1.49 - 2.98
Men's Handkerchiefs - 8 for 1.00
Odd Wash Cloths 10 • 15 • 20c
1 - Box Buttons, card 5c
Some Good Specials on Materials -:o:-
"It Pleases Us To Please You"
Marilyn - Jewell - Frank & Odessa
«| Janis Irby had minor surgery
on the big toe of her left foot
Monday morning in Amarillo. She
was suffering with an in-grown
C Those visiting Wednesday and
Thursday of last week with Mr.
and Mrs. John M. Shaw, were
his sister and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Blaylock of Hereford.
* Mrs. Elizabeth McDowell return-
ed home Sunday a week ago after
spending three days with her
daughter and family. Mr. and
Mrs. Dexter McDowell in Pampa.
« Nelda Scroggins of Amarillo,
visited Friday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vaughn and
Bobbi Sue. Bobbi returned to Am-
arillo to spend the weekend with
Nelda and Sonny.
i Mrs. Earnest Webb drove to
Iowa Park Friday to pick up her
mother, Mrs. Effie Watson, who
had been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Carrie Smith, for two and a half
« Mrs. Frank Spring and Mrs.
Don Ethridge of Friona, spent
Wednesday night of last week
with Mrs. Spring's sister and hus-
band. Mr. and Mrs. Terrill Chris-
*' Mr. and Mrs. Afton Thornton
and Tommy spent the weekend
in Wellington with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Caterlin and
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Byrd
and Steve in Wheeler.
< Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crain visit-
ed Sunday with A. M. Crain and
Mrs. Nell Parks. They also visit-
ed Mrs. Mary E. Wilson, a pat-
ient in St. Ann's Home, in Pan-
* Mrs. A. C. Thompson, after
spending three weeks here with
her daughter and family, Supt.
and Mrs. Shannon Doss, left last
week for her home in Monticello,
<f Frank and Marguerite Dunn
and Ronnie, spent Easter Sunday
in Borger with relatives and fri-
ends. They also attended the
Bunavista Baptist Church during
<j Those visiting Easted Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Afton Thorn-
ton and Tommy were Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Howell and child-
ren and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Muray and children, of Elkhark,
« Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Judy re-
turned home Monday afternoon
after spending five days in
Gainesville where they visited her
brother, Hoyt Durham. They also
got in some fishing at Texhoma
and had so much good luck that
it kept Mrs. Judy busy baiting
the hook. They also reported it
rained while they were there.
«( EVERY WEEK. The Claude
News changes several subscription
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please, check the date at the
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Should an error occur, please
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a correction can be made. Thanks
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Some people are confused as ta
what they are supposed to do,
while driving, when they hear a
police car, ambulance or fire
truck. It matters not whether you
are facing the vehicle or whether
It is coming up behind you, you
Immediately pull as far over to
the right of the road as you can
and stop. These vehicles have tne
right-of-way regardless of whicn
way you are traveling.
It is a meving-traffic violation
if you fail to give the right-of-
way and could cause a serious
accident if you do not act im-
mediately on hearing the warn-
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Waggoner, William J. B. & Waggoner, Cecil O. Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1963, newspaper, April 25, 1963; Claude, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth355893/m1/8/: accessed January 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library.