The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 22, 1949 Page: 4 of 8
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THE ARCHER COUNTY NEWS
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1949
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all the people
■who were so kind to us and who
rendered so much assistance at the
aleath cf our beloved mother, Mrs. W.
B. Brenton. May God’s richest bless-
ing* be yours.
Calvin Norman is recuperating
slowly, though satisfactorily, at his
borne after a month’s eeige of rheu-
matic fever. The 10-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Norman will,
however, yet be confined to bed for
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PURINA PLAN. JGRAIN MAN
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from the same amount of groin
Balance your grain with Purina
Hog Chow instead of tankage, soy-
bean oil meal and other single
ingredient supplements. Come in
and see about the Purina plan.
ARCHER CITY - WINDTHORST
HAILES GIVEN FAREWELL
PARTY AT BAPTIST CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Hsile and chil-
dren. George and Frances, were hon-
ored Wednesday sight at the Baptist
Church, of which they are members,
with a surprise farewell party and
Some 125 people gathered, alleged-
ly for regular prayer meeting, and
heard an inspirational message from
Rev, Earl Allen, former pastor here
and now of Seagraves.
The group then adjourned to the
lower auditorium for festivities and
to present the honor guests with an
array of handsome gifts among which
was a Bible to Olaf, given by the
Men's Bible Class of which he was
teacher. Refreshments were served by
members of the T. E. L. Homemakers
and Friendship Sunday School classes.
Out-of-town guests were Olafs
mother, Mrs. Emma Haile, and his
brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Hor-
ace Haile, of Megargel; and a sister,
Mrs. Bill Pitts, and Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Killian all of 01ney._
Olaf, attending the Baptist Sem-
inary in Fort Worth, almost missed
the party in his honor. Just as he
was heading out of Cowtown. another
car started across the street in front
of him. never suspecting that the ex-
mechanic had no brakes on his ve-
hicle. The accident delayed him more
than an hour.
Jesse Brewer and son, Boots, are
visiting kin in Nocona this week.
Week-end guests in the Ed Trigg
home were Mrs. Trigg’s niece and
family. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hedg;-
ccck. Pam and Judy, of Oklahoma
City, and Mrs. Trigg’s sister, Mrs.
Elby Wilburn, of Olney, and son,
Barney, stud.=nt at Feather & Feath-
er Institute of Decorating at Hous-
WINDTHORST SODALITY NEWS
Friday and Saturday, Sept. 23-24
JELLO-all flavors......2 for 15c
Heart’s Delight Peas ..........35c
SUGAR ......................10 lbs 89c
Fortress Toilet Tissue .2 for 15c
12 Ounce Can
ftliCDDICC Sour Red Pltted
vliCKRICa No 2 Can
HI C ORANGEADE 1°‘
NEW POTATOES .V c“
PEACHES No Can
Mill M or Carnation
HI I Lit 3 Tall Cans
IS C O
Potatoes <o ^ 49c Strawberries . . pkg 39c
Yellow Onions .. .lb 5c
Tokay Grapes . . .lb 10c
Ready to Fry
Ice Cream .... pt 23c
Cauliflower.... 25c Raspberries . . pkg 48c
Large White Head
lb 57c Picnics
lb 49c FRYERS
Armours Star Bacon lb 59c
TALL CORN BACON
Grocery - Market - Locker Plant
Grady Roberts, of Wichita Falls,
parsed through this city Wednesday
morning en route to Possum King-
dom to load his boat with which he
left ;oday for Port Isabell on the Gulf
Coast on a deep sea fishing exposi-
tion. R.berts. a retired newspaper
raaru called by The News office for
a friendly visit with the force.
The Blessed Virgin Sodality meet-
ing was held in St. Mary’s School in
Windthoret on Thursday, September
15th. The meeting opened with a
It was decided to give Florentine
Schroeder a rosary to show our ap-
preciation to her for the office she
held in the society. She is going to
school in St. Schoiastica’s Academy
in Fort Smith, Ark.
Evelyn Berend gave the afternoon
report on the district meeting' which
was held in Windthorst on Labor Day.
She was also selected as the new sec
Twenty members were present.
They are the following: Evelyn, Mar-
garet and Stella Berend. Margaret
Green, Betty Jo Himmele, Dolores
Hoff, Acqualine. Evelyn and Roberta
Koetter, Helen Pennartz, Roselia Lin-
demann, Gladys and Marie Sheffe. Ida
Schroeder, Alvina Steinberger, Max-
ine Thoele, Agnes and Lauretta Veit-
enheimer Caroline Veitenheimer and
—Reporter Laurentine Wolf
Joe Hemmi, of Scotland, was a
Monday visitor in the county seat.
Hemmi reported a nice rain in his
I would sell 43 head black pole
angus steer yearlings at 21 cents, lo-
cated at my farm 7 miles S. W. of
Archer City, Texas. Phone 1602F21.
D. W. Fish 39-ltp
FOR SALE—160 acre farm. 2 miles
east Megargel. my part of royalty in-
cluded. $70 per acre, cash and terms.
J. S. Dunnam. Megargel. 39-ltp
PLAIN SEWING hemstitching and
belt making at my home. Mrs. Lee
FOR NEW PLAN Blue Seal Hos-
pitalization. National Banker Life In-
surance. See or call B. D. Proffitt.
KING’S SHOE SHOP—across the
street from Post Office, Olney, Texas.
All work guaranteed. 39-2tp
SATURDAY SPECIALS on Sewing
Machines—1 $10.00 treadle; 2 $15.00
treadles; 2 $35.00 Singers; 2 $65.00
Singers; 1 $50.00 electric; 1 $95.00
electric. Al lsew perfectly. We have
new machines from $109.00 up. M. C.
Wainscott. 410 S. Ave. F. Olney.
BABY SITTING—afternoons and
week-ends. Charlsetta Rogers, tel.
Absolutely not responsible for debts
incurred by anyone other than my-
self. Tom Walsh. 39-3tp
WANTED: 100,000 rats to kill with
Ray's Rat Killer. 75c bottle for 50c.
Satisfaction or double refund. City
Drug Store. 39-4tc
FOR SALE—Lot 4, Bloek 158, in
Archer City. Contact W. L. Horn at
Olney Enterprise or at 108 East
Bloodworth, Olney. 38-2tp
retary to take the place of Florentine |community early thql a. m
Measure Your Windows For
We Carry a Complete Stock of
We Now Have In Stock
ALL KINDS BUILDING MATERIALS
Young Countv Lumber Company
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Positively no hunting or fishing. F..
Colgan, Megargel. 38-3tp
MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS and
renewals. Genevieve Powell, telephone
HOUSE FOR SALE—4 rooms and
bath, near school. Available immed-
iately. $3,000.00. See C. O. Haile
FOR SALE—Graham-Hoeme plows
and parts. 4
Used drills and plows. Trailer for
Gun grease and oils. Implement
tires and tubes. Tractor bearings and
belts. Tractor lights and batteries.
Haile's All-Service Garage. Megar-
WHEAT FOR SALE—To be sure
you have it when you want it, buy
now. West Star Wheat that has made
15 bushels per acres on its first year
in this county, has a little oats in it,
if you want to sow it buy it. Also
some Triumph wheat that made 1414
bushels per acre, also first year in
this county. J. L. Ordener. Box 81,
Archer City. Texas. 35-tfc
FOR SALE—Dump truck bed. Hy-
draulic lift. Tel. 296. 35-tfc
FOR RENT—2-room unfurnished
house. Gas, lights, water. Write Mrs.
M. S. Lemons, Antelope, or telephone
Rounsaville Store, Antelope. 33 tfe
For guaranteed cooling equipment
■«d water pumps from 5 to 1400 gal-
lons per minute, call or see Joe Ma-
honey, Archer City, Texas. 23-tfc
AT STUD—Handy Waggoner,
NQHBA 2582, AQHA 5508, PHBA
5927. $25 season with retorn privi-
leges. See Foster Richmond, Olney.
Hardy Gage Tank Tracks—Drink-
ing and drilling water, production
hauling, tank cleaning and rand oiling
service. Phone 5F3, Kamay, Texes,
Box 11. 19-tfe
LET PAT ALIGN THEM AND TUNE
UP YOUR MOTOR
Pat’s Auto Supply
When in need of insurance, think
of Joe E. Shelton. 6-tfc.
For first class electrical work, call
Joe Makoraey, telephone 185-W.
RADIO SERVICE—I do all kinds
of radio repairing. All work guaran-
teed. Spare time service J. D. Wood.
Take The Family
Out To Dinner
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The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 22, 1949, newspaper, September 22, 1949; Archer City, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth708104/m1/4/: accessed October 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.