The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 14, 1961 Page: 3 of 11
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—By Carolyn E. Kroitar
(From Last Week)
The Methodist W.S.C.S. met at
2:00 p.m. December 4th in the
church for the program on Sup-
Ocie Posey gave the devotional
which was taken from Fulton
Ousler’s writings on “Much Ob-
Mrs. Frank McAnally, Sr., told
of her office as supply secretary
and gave a talk on the Navajo
ALL KINDS MENDING
Furniture and Drapes
Truck and Pickup Seat Covers
ARCHER UPHOLSTERY SHOP
Next Door to Picture Show
done in the Navajo tribe Mrs.
O. P. Hall, told of her office as
Promotion secretary and talked
about the Quadrenial goal set up
for all Women’s Society of Chris-
tian Service and Women’s Divis-
ion of Christian Service.
Mrs. Bud Ward dismissed the
group with prayer. Those attend-
ing the meeting and who came
to help make Cancer dressings
were: Mrs. R. Q. Jones,, B. H.
Fichte, Clark McAnally, M. L.
McCuestian, E. D. White, D. P.
Hall, Ocie Posey, Bud Ward, W.
R. Kreiter, Johnny Dornaetr, L*na
Wilson, W. J. Richard-on, Ervin
Symank and Misses Holly and
Sandy Fichte. Refreshments of
cookies and coffee were served
by Mrs. Bud Ward.
The W.M.U. met at 9:30 in the
church, December 4, for a stew-
ardship devotional and business
meeting. The group sang “To the
Work” and prayer was given.
Mrs. E .R. Richards gave the de-
votional from the 8th of De“*-
Business meeting was conducted
by Mrs. J. A. Ward. After the
session a going away shower was
$3.49 Atlas Heat. Pad S2.69
CITY DRUG STORE
given Mrs. Ward who is moving
to Goree or Man day. Cake, cocoa,
and coffee were served to the
Udies that attended. The ladies
followed their custom and filled
Christmas plates and delivered
them to elderly women in the
The past week, November 30
_ December 1 and 2 held in
store only one meaning for Meg-
I argel This was the Seymour
1 Chamber of Commerce Invita-
i tional Basketball Tournaments.
The Megargel Mustang boys won
second place in these tourna-
ments last year and were out for
victory over the Seymour boys
again this year. Thursday night
in the opening round of the meet
they captured a victory over
Knox City Friday they advanced
to the semi-finals by defeating
a strong team from Haskell. The
taste of victory was justified Sat-
urday night as they nipped Sey-
mour 35-30, for first place We
are all proud of the accomplish-
ment of the team and sincerely
5 they continue their success.
ARCHER COUNTY NEWS THURSDAY, DECEM1ER H, itSI
joint meeting Tuesday morning
and decided to have their annual
Christmas Banquet on December
21st R is to be held in the Com-
munity Center, starting at 6:00
pm- After the banquet will be a
dance. Committees were named
and everyone was urged to help
make this banquet a great suc-
attends the Henrietta school.
Mr. and Mrs. R T. McAdams,
Sr., and their son, R. T. Jr., at
Fort Worth, spent a week esd
recently with the Clyde PeyaenS.
The McAdams, former residents
of Wichita Falls are friends at
the Peysens and while here the
men did some quail hunting.
_________— Meet Monday For
-By Mrs. Leonard Schenk Christmas Program
__ . „ * jk ffemtni The WSCS of the Methodist
spent Church met Monday morning at
and htHe ^ughter Gi^er spent program on
a week-end in Fort Worth re- *,»
cently with Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Morbitzer and their little girl,
The two little misses, who
were both born the same day
and are the same age, celebrated
their first birthday together on
“Christmas in Other Lands.1
Mrs. Cecil W. Fletcher was pro-
The group sang “Hark, the
Herald Angels Sing,” to open
“The Story of the Birth of
their first birtnaay togeiner on of
November 26th in Fort Worth. Chr.^ rom given
Attorney and Mrs. Cletus i ** meditation by Mrs. T. L
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PLENTY OP CANDIED
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thania hospital in that city. This
makes the Schenks an even num-
ber two girls and two boys.
Linda Schenk, daughter of
Warrent Officer and Mrs. Pat
Schenk of San Antonio and Ken-
neth Bennett were united in
marriage Dec. 8th at 5:00 p.m. in
St, Peter’s Catholic Church in
The Catholic Women’s Club
met Tuesday, Dec. 5th, at 2:00
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Joe Es-
sler for their annual Christmas
Christinas carols as musical back-
ground, she related the differ-
ent ways of celebrating Christ-
mas as seen by a missionary
who had visited in the lands of
Sumatra, a mission school in
Tampa, Florida, Taiwan, Borneo,
the Congo, the Philippines, Ko-
rea, Rio De Janiero, Brazil, In-
dia and Japan.
Pictures of the countries were
displayed by the leader, as a
narrator told the story of each
“Joy to the World,” was sung
by Mrs. Virgil Seay, accompan-
ied by Mrs. Cecil W. Fletcher.
The meeting was closed by
The new officers elected prev- — — . ” „ D n »_
iously for the club are: Mrs. 1 prayer, led by Mrs. R. O. An-
Severin Fenrich, president; Mrs. drews.
Joe Essler, vice-president; Mrs.
George Wilde, secretary; Mrs.
Lawrence Schlabs, Treasurer.
The club also donated the hand-
painted replica (by Mrs. Ruth
Donnell of Wichita Falls) of St.
Boniface Church the way it
looked before the remodeling
last year. The painting hangs in
the back of the church.
By accident the name of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Moer and family of
Windthorst was left out of the
list of grandchildren who atten-
ded the Schlabs 60th wedding an-
Pauline Wilde, who was instal-
led recently into the National
Honor Society of High Schools,
A Christmas party will be
held in Mrs. Marvin Hamm’s
home at 2 pm., for next Mon-
day’s meeting. Mrs. Hugh Sulli-
van will be leader for the pro-
gram. and members will partici-
pate in a gift exchange.
Mr. and Mrs. Olen Jackson will
attend a Golden Wedding Anni-
versary celebration Sunday, for
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Jackson, of Acton.
Mrs. Dan Fish returned to her
home last Friday, after having
had surgery in a Wichita Falls
hospital. She is doing remark-
ably well for a person of her
age (or any age), according to a
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CITY DRUG SYOIE
Service and Repair
Complete Radiator She*
Wheel Alignment and
S&H Green Stamm
MURPHY CHEVROLET CO.
Arakar City, TMcas
All Xmas Gift Rraa '4 PANE
CIYY BNUG STORE
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Smith, William B. The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 14, 1961, newspaper, December 14, 1961; Archer City, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth708107/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.