The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 14, 1961 Page: 4 of 11
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ARCHER COUNTY NEWS
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, INI
Family Reunion At Pender srasa Home
Despite the icy weather, Mr.
and Mrs J. H. Pendergrass had
six of their nine children, and
their families, as their guests
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin GenSler and their
three children of Iowa Park; and
local residents to include Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Pendergrass, their
son, Jim and his two children;
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Pendergrass
and three children; Mr. and Mrs.
B. W. Tedrow and their two
children, and Mr. and Mrs. T.
The oldest daughter is very
ill in her home in Wichita Falls
and could not be present, and
the oldest son, Franklin, is with
the armed forces overseas.
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CITY DRUG STOIE
I have lost Eight 750-Pound Steers from the Duck-
worth Rauch. They are marked with a 7-1 on left hip-
The Steers are of Mixed Breed. If you have any infor-
mation about these steers contact: Fred Reeves or call
Collect 322-1825 or 692-0795 in Wichita Falls.
“The Christmas Story” will be
presented in tableau, song and
The family plans to have an- j narration by the First Christian
other get-together on December j Church Sunday School at 7 p m.
24th. i Sunday, December 17.
~~................ " ”' 1— Those taking part on the pro-
gram will be children from be-
ginner age through intermediat-
es, assisted by some of the adults
of the church.
A piano and organ prelude,
“Silent Night”, will be played by
Misses Jeanie Bratt and Ellen
A live nativity scene will be
presented against a musical back-
ground of Christmas Carols pro-
vided by a choir of intermed-
iate girls, with Mrs. Elvin Hai-
good narrating the prophesy of
the birth of Christ, followed by
Sam Yeaker’s narration of the
story of the birth of Christ from
“White Christmas” gifts or of-
ferings for Juliette Fowler Home
for the aged and homeless child-
ren, will be brought to the altar
by those present, while a quartet,
composed of Mmes Elvin Hai-
good, and Hap Burkett, and Sam
Yeager, and Rev. David Darnell,
sing “Silent Night” to conclude
Those making up the choir are;
Sheryl Dean Haigood, Jane, Car-
ol, Phyllis, Jody and Kathy
Wright, Ellen Campbell, Dana
Burkett, Ann Howington, Sue
Brock, Billy Jean Morrison and
Vote Saturday, Dec. 16th for
PAID FOR BY FRIENDS OF PURCELL
Guest in the L. C. Herron home
from Sundav until Wednesday
of last week, was their son, Bert
of Greely, Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoot Qlenn went
to Greensburg, Kansas, recently,
to visit Bobby Gibbs and their
You're got nine Chevy II models to choose
from. This is the Nova *00 Sport Coupe.
Luxury and loir price were never blended so beautifully
Who but Chevrolet could’ve done it? Price, spice and everything nice! A car that’s
bustin’ with room, zoom and richness. One that’s deep in convenience and comfort.
One that won’t let you squander a thing but affection. Look over the
beautiful new Chevy II Nova here, and light out in it at your dealer's.
NEW CHEW H NOVA
A SIX WITH V8 SCAT. 0
You design a throaty Six
(120 hp. strong) with
special refinements like
seven main bearings. You
take your Six and team it
with a car that is hun-
dreds of pounds lighter
than the big jobs—and,
partner, you’ve got Go!
O easier going ride.
New Mono-Plate rear springs
take the place of old-fashioned
multi-leaf springs. Tough but
ever so gentle, they help give
you a ride that reminds you of
the big Chevrolet—and you
know how smooth that is.
Body by Fisher
O RICH REFINED INTE-
RIORS. Here’s where you
sit in the lap of luxury.
Leatherlike vinyl uphol-
stery, Foam-cushioned, of
course. Carpeting and scuff
mats. Vinyl overhead and
chrome trim—the works!
O EVEN BUCKET SEATS
IF YOU LIKE. Comfort-
able, contoured for full
support, padded with thick
covered in rich leather-
grained vinyl. Yours at
slight estra cost in the
Nova Sport Coupe and
OIL AND GAS LEASES:
Julius G. Schroeder et ux to
J. W. Loden et al - North A of
Lot No. 41 in Block No. 4 of
Clark & Plumb Subdivision.
Burt Lowry et al to G, J.
Scholl - Outer Block No. 18 and
North \ of Block No. 51, Section
16, Denton County School Land.
Homer Dunn et ux to Bobby
M. Bums - West 40 acres of
Block 28 Meade L. M. Pasture
W. E. Probert Survey.
R. F. Hart et ux to Cliff C.
Henderson - East 100 acres of
West 164.37 acres of Lot No. 33,
Block No. 1 of Clark & Plumb
G. D. Prideaux et al to A. V.
Corpening Jr. - 100 acres of
land out of the T. E. & L. Sur-
vey 1838, Abstract No. 522.
Freda A. Comegys et al to C.
E. Galloway et al - 24.54 acres
of land out of Block No. 161 of
John W. Harris Subdivision of
the Club Ranch.
Freda A. Comegys et al to C.
E. Galloway et al - The North
10.10 acres of Lot Four ,the
North i of Lot No. 5 being 10.53
acres, the North 15.29 acres of
Lot No. 6. Lot No. 7, and Lot No.
8 of the Perkins & Cullum Sub-
division of Block No. 157 of
John W. Harris Subdivision.
... Claude Cowan et al to Anco,
Ltd. - The North I of Robert
Carson Survey No. 147.
J. E. Wrood et al to P. A. Tram-
mell et ux - Lot No. 7, Block No.
67 in the original town of Holli-
J. L. Birdwell to Don Owens -
Lots Nos. 10, 11, and 12 in Block
No. 24 of the Megargel Town-
site Co. Addition to the City of
C. E. Bruner et ux to J. N.
Bruner - Lots Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10,
11, and 12 in Block No. 20 in the
Original Townsite of Megargel.
Garland Ray et ux to Jim Blair
- Lot No. 1, Block No. 4 of Judy
Ray Addition to the town of Hol-
Marjorie Covington to W. R.
Hyer - 20 acres of land in C. K.
Simmons Survey Abstract No.
Meda Hart Ikard to B. J. Ro-
berts - Lot No .12 in Block No.
1 in Hillside Addition to Archer
Archer County to Dr. Richard
Schlomaeh - 260 acre tract of
land out of Block No .63 of the
original town of Archer City.
Roy Broadway et al to Arvin
D. Horner - Lot No. 10 in Block
No. 6 Unit No. 3, Shore Line
Delores Jeffers Moore et vir
to Lee Phillips, Lots Nos. 11, 12,
13, and 14 in Block No. 70 of
George D. Prideaux et ux to
Kenneth O. Culwell et ux - Lot
No. 1 and North 1 of Lot No.
2 in block 22 of the town of Ar-
SUITS FILED IN DISTRICT
Gus G. Lauster et al vs. Joe
Gilliland et al—Partition of land.
D. T. Woods vs. Fidelity and
Casualty Company of New York -
David Adams Binnion and Su-
san Marilyn Penninger.
Charles Dalton Self and Linda
Gary Dean McCarty and Miss
Annella Frances Ralston.
Carl Leroy Anderson and Peg-
gy Sue Tucker.
James H. Kunkel and Charlene
4-H Club News
The meeting was called to or-
der by our Vice-Chairman, Shir-
ley Luig. The secretary called the
roll. New and old business was
called for. We divided into
groups. Mrs. Reeves suggested
that we make cookies or candy
for Christmas. We received a
reseipe called “A Festive Lunch.”
The meeting was then closed.
The 4-H club held a meeting
Nov. 22, in the High School
building at 3:00 P.M.. The meet-
ing was called to order by Judy
Jackson. The minutes and roll
call were given by the secretary.
New and old business were call-
Mr. Wilhoit talked a while
about the 4-H award banquet.
Mrs. Reeves was present. Nom
inations were made for someone
to hand out awards. Mr. Wilhoit
suggested that we ask Judge
Holder. The meeting was then
The 1961 amendments to the
Serial Security Act permit a
larger amount of benefits to be
payable if you do expect to earn
over $1200. For each $2 that you
earn over $1200 up to $1700. $1
in benefits is withheld. Over
$1700, $l in benefits is withheld
for each $1 earned.
If you are under age 72 and
receiving social security benefits,
you were advised when you ap-
plied for benefits that if you did
not make over $1200 you would
receive all the benefits you were
entitled. You may also have been
told, based upon your estimate
of earnings, that you could re-
ceive part ot your benents even
though you did continue to work
and expected to earn oved $1200.
Because of changes in your work,
however, it may be that your
earnings will be more or less
than what you had anticipated.
In such an event, you should re-
vise with the administration youi
prior estimate to make certain
that the benefits you are receiv-
ing is correct.
If you have any questions a-
bout your earnings, please feel
free to contact your social se
Again, as in the past, a Christ-
mas leave policy is being offered
by the U. S. Army. According to
Sgt. James A. Farmer Army Re-
cruiter, men enlisting from De-
cember 11 through New Year's
Day may request as much as 15
days leave before reporting for
With this liberal leave policy
young men can enjoy the holi-
day season with their families
and still draw full pay and al-
lowances from the U. S. Army.
Those who desire more infor-
mation on this leave offer and
the many other benefits available
to young men should contact
Sgt. Farmer at 1007 Lamar St.
Wichita Falls, Texas or phone
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Archer County News
STRIKING NEW STYLING. Any way you look at It. th<-
Chevy II Nova is a neat, nifty fashion plate. The lines sr*
so crisp and clean we’re tempted to call them “elegant
(except that sounds downright expensive and. as your d**a*r
will happily show you. Chevy II ts anything but'i.
the new Chevy II, ’62 Chevrolet & ’62 Corvair at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer
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and see how we can save you
money with low overhead, low
bank rates and personal attention!
First State Bank
in Archer City Since 1909
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Miss Lobstein Is
Honoree For Bridal
Miss Betty Sue Lobstein of
Wichita Falls was honoree for a
briday shower, Saturday, in Faith
Memorial Baptist Church Fellow-
Guests were /greeted by Miss
Mary Frances 'Wilhoit, who in
turn presented them to the bride-
elect; her mother, Mrs. Lucy
Johnson; and the groom - elect
mother, Mrs. Joe Martin of
Mrs. Emette Gebert of Wichita
Falls presided at the guest reg-
ister, and directed the guests to
the gift display.
The tea table was covered with
a white taffeta cloth with a white
overskirt of net. A minature
pink and white umbrella on a
white satin covered base, over a
ceramic bride and groom was
used for the center of interest.
Pink punch, served from a crys-
tal bowl, carried out the bride-
elect’s chosen colors of pink and
white. Other table appointments
were crystal. Mrs. Lewis Posey
presided at the punch bowl.
Hostesses were Mmes. George
Giddings of Wichita Falls and
Lewis Posey; and Misses Mary
Frances Wilhoit and Emette
Gebert of Wichita Falls.
Out of town guests included
the groom-elect’s mother and sis-
ter-in-law, Mmes. Joe Martin and
Richard Martin, both of Jacks-
boro; Mmes. Mack Sheppard and
Joe Draper of Olney; and Mrs.
Kenny Sheppard of Abilene and
Mr. and Mrs. Coff Conner
spent the weekend in Lubbock,
visiting their son, Coffee, and
SS Class Meets
Members of the Couple’s Class
of First Methodist Church met
in the church fellowship hall,
Monday evening, December 11,
for a covered dish supper
The invocation was given by
Entertainment consisted of the
showing of colored film of their
recent trip to San Juan, Puerto
Rico, by Mr and Mrs Coe Ellis.
The evening was concluded by
Chirstmas Carols sung by the
group, with Mrs. Ellis at the
Approximately 35 people at-
tended the affair, in spite of the
inclement weather, and brought
Christmas gifts to be taken to
the State Hospital.
Those attending were Messrs,
and Mmes. Eddie Trigg and Ed-
die, Jr., Chester Crowley, A. C.
Wallace and children; Bob Mor-
ris, Charles McDaniel, Marvin
Hamm, J. W. Harvey and Carol,
Don Ikard and children, J. D.
Slack, Coe Ellis and Billy, and
Mmes. Virgil Seay, D. C. Mitch-
ell and J. P. Horany.
Church of Christ
Sunday School___19:66 a.m.
Preaching ___11:66 a.m.
Evening Service__4:06 p.m.
Ladle* Bible Clesa
Wednesday Morning 9:30 a.m.
Wed Bible Study 7:36 p.m.
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Archer City, Texas
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First ^Baptist Church '
“Extends A Warm Welcome To All”
"• * ’ - SUNDAY
Sunday School — 9:45 a. m.
Morning Worship — 11:00 a. m.
Training Union — 6:30 p. m.
Evening Worship — 7:30 p. m.
TUESDAY — “FUN NIGHT”
Teachers and Officers Supper and Meeting
Prayer Meeting — 7:45 p. m.
THURSDAY — VISITATION DAY
You Are Cordially Invited to Attend All Services”
JAMES MoGINLAY, Pastor — Ph. HO 2-8T90
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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/m1/4/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.