The Archer County Times (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 21, 1943 Page: 4 of 12
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Attraction at Royal
As far as the jitterbugs of
America are concerned, the bill-
ing for “Orchestra Wives,” top
20th Century - Fox Musical,
which opens at the Royal The-
atre on Saturday prevue, Sun-
day and Monday, is unnecessar-
ily cluttered up with the names
of movie stars. The cast is head-
ed, in addition to Glenn Miller
of swing tame, by such movie
□otablas as George Montgom-
ery, who was starred in “Ten
Gentlemen from West Point,”
Ann Rutherford, Cesar Romero,
Lynn Bari, Carole Landis, to
say nothing of Mary Beth
Hughes, Virginia Gilmore, Nich-
olas Brothers and other featur-
ed players. But as far as the
“gators” are concerned, the
only credit that counts is the
one tor the swing maestro, Mi1-
Mrs. Ornett Deen and children
spent Sunday in Seymour with
John Wilson Perkins
Mrs. Mae Free Perkins
We’re Up To The
Stylish Hair Cats
Only First Class Work
Personal Attention to Every
Patron, and »
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Give Us A Trial.
Nored’s Barber Shop
109 East Main Street ... OIney, Texas
Let Us Correct
Your rapid tire wear
By having your front wheels
properly aligned and balanc-
ed, prolonging your means
of transportation . . .
Ask for Our Long Life
O. K. Motor Service
J. O. MIXON, Owner
Telephone 236-R OIney, Texas
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THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1943
* IV//iflthorst>^fews *
* ** ***********************
Cpl. Emery Berend of Camp
Maxey, Paris, was here last Sun-
T. A. Schreider is in a Wichita
Falls hospital as a result of a
chest injury received Thursday
of last week when a horse kick-
ed him. After a blood transfus-
ion he rested quite well, but was
too weak for an X-ray.
The Catholic Daughters of
America held their January
meeting last Thursday after-
noon in the K. of C, Hall. They
planned a Valentine social for
February 14. Fifteen members
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Bere
received word from their s
Manual, that they were gra
parents. Mrs. Anton Berend
the former Grace Lindemann.
[BluT EVERY BUSINESS MAN , EVERY FARMER.
EVERY PREACHER, EVERY FAMILY DOCTOR, EVERY
WSURANCE MAN, EVERY NURSE,EVERY TEACHER,
/VERY STENOGRAPHER—A/.C WHO WOR.K— ARE
MAINTAINING OUR FAITH,HEALTH,SECURITY.
AS WE WOKE, WE ARE MAK/A/G DEMOCRACY WOftK.
"HOUSE OF HITS"
Archer City A.W.Berry, Mgr.
SHOW TIME:—Nite 7:15,
Sat. and Sun. Matinee 2 p. m.
Friday-Ssturday, Jan. 22 and 23
Sat. Prevue, Son.Mon.
January 23 - 24 and 25
Glenn Miller and His Band
Tuesday—PAL DAY— Jan. 26
Smith of Minnesota
Bruce Smith-Arline Jndge
FOX News Short
Wed. & Thors., Jan. 27-28
The Pied Piper
hoddv "cDowall s
Paramoui t Ne-vs Short
Gut" on I
On the Home Front . .
' ^®u wor^ best when you feel best; you
feel beat when you look best . . .
and you look best after a visit to
Mae Womack Phone 130R Jenny Lou (Keen) Gragg
For a brief period only we can offer you the following
Bargain Rates on your favorite'daily, and on the Archer
County Times when subscribed for in connection with
eitherof the following papers:
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Daily Issue, Without Sunday,
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Daily with Sunday, One Full Year.........
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(Crowded Out Last Week)
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wiist haj
I carried from the Hospital.
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Mr, Wiist is employed with the’
Mrs. Louis Schroeder gave a
birthday party on Sunday after-
noon for her daughter, Berta
Lou who was four years old.
Refreshments were served to:
Ann and Annette Himmels, Rosa
Lee Lerner, Connie Joe Meurer,
Alberta and Patrica Anderle,
Shirley Ann Meurer, Patsy
Schroeder, Margie Mae Hoff-
mann, Ida Mae Schroeder and
Cpl. Henry Pennartx of Camp
Maxey was home on a short
loe F. Gehring has been pro-|rooder house,
rnoted from corporal to ser-
geant at the AAF Technical
Horanys on Three
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Horany have
received the following letter,
from Congressman Ed Gossett,
dated January 14, concerning a
picture of their three sons, Lieut
r . a , Johnny Horany, Lieut. Jimmy
E. D. WHITE
First State Bank Bidg.
C. W. WILHOIT, County Agent
Mrs. Emma Lou Blocker, H-D Agent
IDicltita ^alU Jlecarfc $len*0
or UUtchttafPailD ©tmeo
Seven Days a Week for One Year,
By mail in Texas and Oklahoma Only......
than last, and also to sub-
ially increase poultry meats,
slated into totals, 11% means
y 27,000,000 more dozen eggs
Texas hens laid in 1942, To
this goal and at the same
furnish more poultry for the
potsjand ovens, flocks will have to
be enlarged by starting more
hides, and their laying activity
Mr«. Blocker, Home Demon-
itration Agent, suggests planning
the 1943 program to start at least
,wo groups of chicks, one to come
>ff in February or early March,
ind another as soon as the first
roup can be removed from the
Moreover, it will
ie an advantage to raise straight
un chick this year. Thecockerls
School in Amarillo. Gehring ouid be fed out as heavy fryers
formerly was an employe of an
electric company in Wichita
Falls and then was a civilian
employe at Sheppard Field prior
to hisenlistment in the air lorce,
Mathilda Lindeman fell on
the ice on New Year’s morning
and broke her ankle.
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Those living in the Megargel area may, if they choose,
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binatian with The Archer County Times, to Mr. or Mrs,
Oscar Henderson who are authorized to represent us.
Now That We’re Back
ON OUR FEET
Let’s Get More Wear Per Pair
Keep your shoes
serving for the dur-
expert Martin ser-
vice. Save shoe lea-
ther for Uncle Sam.
For expert shoe re-
pairing go to
John Martin’s Shoe Shop
at a good price next
Buy at the Sign of
Mobilgas, Mobiloila, Kerosene
Diesel Fuels, Oils, Greases
Phone 196 - P. O. Rox 365
ARCHER CITY, TEXAS
Mrs. Blocker recommends at
jast one square foot for each two
hicks in a brooder house and at
sast one inch of feeder space per
lick. At least one quart of water
lould be provided for each 25
licks. For best results, allow at
?ast three square feet of floor
pace for each laying hen and
hree inches of feeder space, and
rovide approximately five gal-
ms of drinking water for each
90 birds in the house.
To avoid transportation delays,
uy chicks as hear home as pos-
ble. But in doing so, choose
ie better grade from a reliable
atchery, preferably one operat-
ig under the National Poultry
nprovement program or from
ie carrying on a comparable
On Avon Products
—Mrs. John R. Willingham.
) Representative, Phone 195
Horany, which appeared in the
Wichita Daily Times Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Horany
Archer City, Texas
My dear friends:
I have just noticed the attach-
ed item in the Wichita Falls
paper with the pictures of your
three sons now in the service. I
know you are happy and proud
to have contributed so much to
our country in this hour of peril.
I just wanted to write you a note
to congratulate the Horanys on
their outstanding record of serv-
ice and good citizenship. I hope
and predict all of these boys will
return home safely following the
With every good wish, I am
/j Dr. RALPH W00LSEY
203 First National Bank
A COMPLETE OPTICAL
Notice to County
The County Judge of Archer
County, Texas, will receive sealed
bids until ten o’clock A. M. Mon-
day, February 8th, 1943, from
any banking association, corpor-
ation or individual banker in this
County who may desire to be se-
lected as the depository of the
funds of this County and Rural
School Funds. Sealed bids or
proposals must state the rate of
interest (if a*y) offered on the
funds of this County (in accor-
dance with Federal Interest De-
pository Law) for the term be-
tween the date of this bid and'
the next regular time for the se-
lection ef the depository.
Usual rights reserved by Arch-
Joe E. Shelton
14-21-28 Archer County, Texas
gold, and re-
they are the only eyes you
will ever have. Protect them
with proper Glasses and they
will last your life time.
Dr. A. S. Fonville
707 8th. St. Wichita Falla
WE Make Pictures
Commercial and Portrait.
Enlarging and Framing
Across from City Hall, OIney
239" “When you
know some news/
(Your neighbors can’t tell
us what YOUdo, you know)
R. E. BOST^Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00, L. B.
BTU, 6:45, Mrs. C. C. Hooper,
Church, 11:00 and 7:45, mes-
sages by the pastor.
Walking or Working....
Guard against aching feet and
loss of precious hours by letting
us keep your shoes in condition.
You 1] like our work and prices.
Shirey’s Shoe Shop
OIney, Texas t
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