The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 8, 1948 Page: 4 of 16
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THE SHAMROCK TEXAN, Shamrock, Texas
Thursday, April 8, 1948
In Poster And
TO MEET APRIL 13
Winners of prizes in the essay
and poster contest sponsored by the
committee In charge of next week’s
Clean-Up, Paint-Up and Fix-Up
Campaign were announced yester-
day afternoon by Mrs. Lucille Zeig-
ler, ward school principal.
In the high school division, the
winners were: Joan Bell, freshman,
first prize: Patsy Porter, sopho-
more, second prize; Frances Tarbet,
senior, third prize.
In junior high school, Junelle
Sims, eighth grade student, won
first, and Barbara Goff, seventh
grade pupil, was second place win-
The five prizes awarded by the
clean-up committee, totaled $14.00.
The best essays turned in from
each class in senior and junior high
school may be found on pages 2
and 6 of section two of this issue
of The Texan.
Pupils of North Ward prepared
posters pointing out why Shamrock
should be giving a thorough clean-
ing. Nine dollars in prizes were
awarded the following rooms: third
grade, Mrs. Elsie Hood, teacher;
fourth grade, Mrs. J. F. Shortt,
teacher; fifth grade, Mrs. George!
With the balance of the prize
fund, a swinging-tye lid waste pa-
per receptacle was purchased and
placed at the entrance of the North
Ward school as an award to all the
children for their cooperation in
cleaning the campus.
Allen Kavanaugh, Wheeler Coun-
ty Superintendent of Schools, will
speak at a meeting of the Keller-
ville Parent-Teachers Association on
Tuesday, April 13. The program
will1 begin at 7:30 p.m.
The seventh grade pupils, under
the direction of Mrs. Mildred
Scruggs, will present a program
preceding Mr. Kavanaugh’s address.
, Dr,- iL. A, Wood, State Superin-,
tendent of Schools, will attend a
banicju'et in Kellerville on Monday,
April J9, ,and address teachers and
trustee? of Wheeler County,
“RAINBOW REVUE” BE
PRESENTED APRIL 14
Subject to the action of the voters
in the Democratic Primary, July
For State Representative:
(122nd Legislative District)
Of Wheeler County
CARL B. MORRIS
iof Donley County
Of Gray County
'Thfe1 Rainbow Revue," which will
be a'thtt! of styles down through
the yesrs, from 1890 to 1948, spon-
sored, by the Rainbow Girls will be
presented at the Liberty Theatre
Wednesday evening, April 14.
The production, which will in-
clude musical selections, dancing,
and community singing, will provide
entertainment for everyone.
-Mrs. Patrick Boddy is directing
the colorful revue.
The proceeds will go toward pay-
ing expenses of the local chapter to
the Grand Assembly which con-
venes in El Paso this summer.
Locals and Personals
Paul Roper won first place for
i senior boys in the declamation con-
i test which was held at Clark Audi-
torium Wednesday evening. Harvey
j Reeves placed second. Rita Price
I placed first for senior girls, and
Johnette Hood, second.
In the high school junior division,
Bennie Parks was given first place
I for ' junior boys, and Kenneth
; Thompson, second place,
i Barbara Goff was placed high for
Junior girls, and Katherine Smith,
received second place.
Judges were Mmes. Maude Wyche,
New shipment of air conditioners
arrived-at Taylor Electric, ltc
Mrs. Hattie Hlnchee of Oklahoma
City, is here to visit her cousin,
Mrs. Stella Wheeler, who is ill at
Shamrock General Hospital.
! Air conditioners. All sizes. Price
j rajjige'‘ from $29.95 to 147.50. See
; them at Taylor Electric. ltc
Mi$s Johnnie Douglas of Pampa,
spent' tne week-end at home with
her .p^pnts, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
New shipment of radios just ar-
rived at Taylor Electric. All new
models of prqsley radios oft dis-
play. * ltc
yiMrfciiflW Mrs.- J. W. Stone of
KHdriUllb*1''Wnn., visited in >d the
hdttii’ Mrs. D.’<A.iWUk-
ehson and other relatives last week.
$pe us about servicing your air
conijiti^per. Taylor' Eltetro,', ; ltd
Mrs. Ectna Newman visited with
friends .and, relatives In Miami last
week,,.,, . : -...
Call Taylor Electric for refriger-
ator service, Phone 336. Night
Phone 191-J. ltc
Mrs. Lizzie Scruggs and daughter,
Miss1 Permelia Scruggs, visited last
G. W. HEFLEY
W. Z. (Walter) BAKER
For County Clerk:
For Tax Assessor-Collector:
For District Clerk:
CHRISTOPHER S. McCLAIN
For County Attorney:
HOMER L. MOSS
For County Treasurer:
''' (Precinct 3)
C. W. WELLS
I),.,-. (Precinct 4)
, i H. S. SIMS
DON P. RIVES
For Justice of Peace:
(Precincts 3 and 4)
JOHN H. TEMPLETON
Mrs. Rufps, Dodgen and Mrs.' |
Temple Atkins attended the
Fresbyterial meeting which was held I
at Memphis Thursday of last week. |
VU 'U ID-H--1 •Tt—
Thurman Atkins and Rufus Dodgen.
Mrs. Everette Smith, instructor, Week-*1ri#H their son and brother,
will accompany the students to j in Qiton.
White Deer Friday, where they will; Tayior Electric has a good refri-
represent Shamrock High School at i gerator ' service man that will be
.....glad to* Call on you and check your
the district meeting which will be
held at the White Deer High School
at 10 a.m.
Among Shamrock ladies who at-
tended the meeting of the Federat-
ed Clubs of the Seventh District,
which convened at Pampa this week
were: Mmes. Ruins Dodgen, L. S.
Griffin, J. R. Benson, Mary Pace,
Vernon Carver, P. T. Boston, Glenn
White, Royce Lewis, J. M. Tindall,
B. A. Zeigler, Charles Palmer and
Charles Green. The group attend-
ed a lovely tea at the City Hall
which was sponsored by the Fed-
erated-Clubs of Pampa.
Hospital beds for rent or sale at
ROBERTS FURNITURE. ltc-1
Mrs.' Dellah Anderson of Lela, is
in a critical condition at the Sham-
rock General Hospital.
Why wait : till hot weather to get
your aiy conditioner repadded and
serviced? Taylor Electric. ltc
Rev,,Edw. C. Derr was ill at his
Se£. jhe new automatic electric
range pt Taylor Electric,, ,r ; ltf
Mr., and Mrs. Buck Britt of .Clay-
ton, N. M„ are here this week visit-,
ing in the home of his parents,
Please.'icajl Taylor Electric and
let them-pick up your old air condi-
tioner arid repair and clean it for
summer use. ltc
(Cleaners, Service &
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L. A. McWhorter
1, Wheeler, Texas
I ilayo i,mur o.’U: .abooc jrriJtf.-f
LEE NEWMAN ['
Painting, Bodjji and
218 S. Main
Dr. Joel M. Gooch
200 S. Wall Phone 128
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Carver's, Shamrock, FrL, April 9
We are going to have a SPECIAL POULTRY DAY here
at SHAMROCK, on FRIDAY, APRIL 9.
OUR PRICES ON THAT DAY WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:
FOWL, M pounds and up
FOWL, under \% pounds
SPRINGS - - -
to it niv» / rr;; t' > $
O 'lit )V p
THE POULTRY MUST BE HEAVY AND FREE OF FEED
i' 1 -,p ’ itv,i a SjA'J
Vernon Carver Flour & Feed
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|| 0 FAMOUS
SANDWICH SPREAD or
SALAD DRESSING, 16-oz. jar
GREEN BEANS, 2 No. 2 cans 25
GREENS, Mustard or Turnip, No. 2 can 10
CORN, Whole Kernel, No. 2 can 19
FRESH BUCKEYES, No. 300 can 11
IRISH POTATOES, whole, 2 No. 2 cans 25
10 lbs. 85c 25 lbs. 1.75
Mb. can 50c
3-lb. can 1.10
Yl gal. Twin BB
DRY SALT BACON, streaks of lean, lb. 39
LIBBY'S CORN BEEF, 12-oz. can 47
WEINERS, 14-oz. can 45
RED CROWN, regular cans
POTTED MEAT, 2 cans 15
RED SALMON, lb. can 45
No. 2V2 can 23c
No. 2 can 29c
Fine For Pies
Red, 50-lb. mesh bag 1.99
8-lb. mesh bag 27
CELERY, tender green, 2 stalks 25
2 bunches 19
— - lb. 9
TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS
3 bunches 10
No. 214 can 37c
No. 2 can 19c
PEANUT BUTTER, K.B.,
HOT ROLL MIX, Lyndes,
1-lb. box 25
full qt. jar 49
quart bottle 15
DUZ --------large box 35
P & G WHITE NAPTHA, reg. bar 9
Boston's Super Market
tfeadquarters •for Nationall Famous Brands
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Montgomery, Arval. The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 8, 1948, newspaper, April 8, 1948; Shamrock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth528155/m1/4/: accessed January 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shamrock Public Library.