The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1952 Page: 4 of 8
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THURSDAY, MAY 15. 1952
THE ARCHER COUNTY NEWS
HUFF HOME DEM
Swift’s Ice Cream Honeycup
Murphy Chevrolet Company
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YOUR $30.00 CREDIT CERTIFICATES ARE GOOD. BRING
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The Huff Home Demonstration
; | Club met Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. George Decker.
Mrs. Ed Maag, the president,
presided. The club motto, creed
' and prayer were repeated and
“The Song of Peace’’ sung by the
' An interesting perkd of recrea-
tion was enjoyed. Mrs. Decker led
The chicken supper that was
planned for next week was post-
poned ’til a later date. Instead a
weiner rcast was planned for Fri-
day evening, May 23, at 6 p. m.
at the club house. Everyone in the
community and their friends are
urged to come and bring their
We had two guests, Mrs. Will
Mahler and Mrs. Alfred Laukhuf.
The subject for discussion was
household hints and short cuts.
Mrs. Decker served Cokes and
ccokies at the cIosq cf the meet-
The meeting adjourned until
METHODIST WOMEN TO HEAR
MRS. GROVER C. JOHNSON
SPEAK ON "NARCOTICS’
Archer City women who attend-
ed district conference of the Meth-
odist WSCS Wednesday in Icwa
Park were Mmes. Ira Elmore, G.
B Purcell. R. O. Andrews, T. L.
Hil’on, Zibba Matthews, Knouse.'ner.
James Roberts, Elden Cole, C. C.
Wooster, Alec Lucy and Coff Con-
On M-nday, May 19, Mrs. Grov-
er C. Johnson of Wichita Falls
will speak at the Methodist Church
at 3 p. m. and anyone interested
j is invited to hear this message. An
I invitation is extended to the other
| This announcement came at the
1 meeting Monday of the WSCS at
,which Mrs. Alex Lucy was leader.
An inspiring program, “A pledge
j service," conducted by Mrs. Lucy,
was enjcyed by 16 members.
Mrs. E. E. Threet presented the
| devotional on ‘‘The Master at Sea.”
Mrs. Virgil Seay spoke on
Christian homes provided by the
WSCS” and Mrs. Zibba Matthews
followed, speaking on ‘‘Building
The business session included
plans for a party for the senior
class on Friday evening. May 16,
at 7:30 at the Methodist Church
with a ranch style meal and the
program to be arranged by Mrs.
The district meeting cf the
WSCS to be held in Burkburnett
on Wednesday cf this week, was
announced and a group of offic-
ers in the local society will attend.
The pledge service at the close
of the session, and prayer by Mrs.
T. L. Hilton, closed the meeting.
THE HAPPIEST HOMES
HAVE ELECTRIC RANGES
Perhaps that’s because the average kitchen is the work
center of the home and a modern ELECTRIC RANGE
eliminates so much work, saves so much time
and energy and provides such tasty meals.
Or, maybe it’s because an ELECTRIC RANGE is
so thrifty. Dependable, low-cost electric service,
coupled with the many advantages of modern
electric ranges, adds up to the best bargain in the
family budget And that’s important to every family.
Enioy These Advantages EVERY DAY
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an ELECTRIC RANGE in a sixe and
price to fit your needs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan of
Elizabetbton, Term., are visiting
this week with his folk, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Powell. The Morgans j
will go to Waco this week-end to
be accompanied home by their
daughter, Becky, for the summer
vacation from studies at Baylor
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ME IBM ART OTHER MUCH
By far the biggest number of truck
users today are Chevrolet owners ...
and for good hard-headed reasons.
Because what they get is this:
Low Cott—in purchase price and
in upkeep. A truck that gets the job
done. A truck that's rugged, long
Take a look at the four facts
below ... and see why you, too, will
be money ahead with a Chevrolet
track. Come in and see us about it!
FACT NO. 1
FACT NO. 2
FACT NO. 3
tracks are factory-
youf ptyloid require-
don’t buy "too much
FACT NO. 4
Records show that Chevrolet tracks
traditionally bring man moon at
resale than any other make which
cost* about the same new.
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The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1952, newspaper, May 15, 1952; Archer City, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth708097/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.