The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1948 Page: 4 of 8
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THE ARCHER COUNTY NEWS
THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1948
Mrs J. C. Woodard. of Olustee,
Oklahoma, is this we«k in charge of
Wilacn’e Variety Stcre while her par-
ents, the Doug Wilsons, are vacation-
ing in New Mexico. The Wilson son,
Albert, is also helping keep the home
We make pictures, any time any-
whert. Portraits, commercial and
Mail Us Your Films
COKE PARTY HONORS
MISS JUANITA LOONEY
STOP Hiding Money
IN YOUR CLOSET
Bring us all your worn shoes—and
we'U savs you $$$ by adding many
months of wear. Y'ou’U be dilght-
ed to see how our experts, with
modern shoe rebuilding machinery,
can give new life to shabby shoes.
CITY SHOE SHOP
Miss Juanita Looney, bride-elect cf
Jack E. Titus, of Houston, was hon-
ored at a Coke party and shower giv-
en Wednesday afternoon by Mesdames
Charles McDaniel. Cecil Knox. Sr
and Carlton McKinney in the lovely
new home cf Mrs. Perry Pittman in
this city. ,,
Guests were received by Mrs. »
Daniel and presented to the honor
gu^st and her mother and sister, re-
spectively, Mrs. T. L. Looney’ an
Mrs. L. C. Herron. Jr. The table in
th° dining room held a beautiful c -
i tral arrangement of huge and
white daisies in a crystal swan-bcw.
i flanked on each side by crystal can-
1 die holders. Mesdames Knox and
i McKinney presided at the oink tray
which held the Coke.- and the crystal
| tray wh^re invididual cakes were
led. Mesdames Bob Morris and re -
ry Pittman assisted in the dining
room. , .
Guests were then directed to th
knotty pine “den" where Mrs. Cora
| Hull, aunt of the bride-elect, registe
ed approximately one hundred. Me8‘
dames Travis Ikard and Glaxr-
! ner. of Vernon, presided in the oea-
I room where a handsome array oi
| silver, china, crystal and miscellane-
ous gifts was on display.
Intrigues Male Movie Stars
Miss Jaqueline Hart was at home
Monday from nursing studies in Wich-
ita Falls. Jaque had her first ‘ on
the floor" one day last week in the
Wichita Genera] Htepital and was
410 W. ELM ST
McCRACKEN FUNERAL HOME
0-£n&i/4. Rg&xjesituiC Turuyiat Tfama
Phone No. 1
BtUXG THEM TO
5 Blocks East on Windthorst Highway
RADIO and PHONOGRAPH REPAIR
Good Stock Tubes and Parts
Movie stars were intrigued by the fan-palm printed lastex swim-
suit shown above as pictured in the May issue of Cosmopolitan maga-
zine. It was selected as one of the winners at a Cosmopolitan
^•"-Tested Fashion Show at the Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills,
Cal. The jury included George Murphy, Walter Pidgeon, Van Johnson,
Robert Ryan, James Fitzpatrick and Frank Morgan. They also ap-
proved the beach coat by Tabsk of California, and three other sw im
suits featured in the May issue.
CALL FOR REPUBLICAN COUNTY Yir<;. Bill Holdir has for the past
CONVENTION Oh ARCHER ; tw -weeks been helper-outer in the
COUNTY, TEXAS I typing department of County Clerk
- . . _ i .my Baggett’s office.
Archer City. Texas, July 13, 1948. _0_
To the Republican Voters cf Archer;
‘‘Slick” Ti'um was ever Tuesday
County, Ttxas: j from Megargel. When we saw him.
A Pursuant to law. in compliance ' Slick was trying to collect enough
with the instructions cf Republi-|mcnev t0 buy himself a shirt,
can State Ex:cutive Committee cf and j
for the State of Texas, including the M-s. L itie Kirkland spent last
call for th» Republican State Con-1 w V with a s=n, .Try Kirkland and
venticn of August 10, 1948, and by
instruction of the Republican Execu-
tive Committee of Archer County, a
delegated convention of the Republi-
can voters of Archer County is here-
by called to meet in the City of Arch-
er City, in said County, at 10 p. m.
on the 31st day of July, A. D. 1948.
at the following described location:
District Court Room at Court
The purposes of this convention are:
(1) To elect the number of dele-
gates and alternate delegates to the
Republican State Convention to be
held in Waco. Texas, August 10, 1948.
family, in Olney. She has as a guest
this week her sister, Mrs. Maude Hay,
cf Gnham. and the two ladies visited
overnight Monday with another Kirk-
land son, Luke, and family in Wichita
Mrs. C. C. Prideaux and Vet Rob-
insen snent from Sunday to this a.
m. in Fort Worth where the former’s
daughter. Ann, joined them after s.
visit with Miss Alice Reviere in Tyler.
The three enjoyed the two operettas,
“A Touch of Venus” and “Rosalie.”
Vivian Phillips is this week “trying
(which convention nominates a state out» for tj,e '.Strange Hardware &
ticket, adopts a platform and elects Furniture bookkeeping job.
If you are interested in asbestos siding
or a new roof, consult your local
Shamburger dealer for
REPAIR and REMODELING
Available by means of a C. I. T. Loan
C. D. Shamburger Lumber Company
a State Chairman, Vice-Chairman, and
sixty-two members of the State Exec-
utive Committee), to which this coun-
ty is entitled under the terms of the
Call fer said State Convention.
(2) To elect the same number cf
delegates and alternate delegates to
the Republican District Convention of
each District of which this County is
(3) To nominate Republican can-
didate# for County Offices.
(4) To canvass the votes cast in the
various precincts of this county for
Republican County Chairman and to
ra'ify and declare the election of the
(5) To transact such other business
as may properly come before said
Each veting precinct shall be enti-
tled in the convention hereby called to
one (1) delegate and one (1) alter-
nate for each twenty-five (25) votes,
or maj-r fraction thereof, cast in said
prrcinct for the Republican candidate
for Gcvernor. in said precinct, in the
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prideaux were
Wednesday overnight visitors in Fort
Miss Oleta Cross, of this city, was
honored last Friday night with a
birthday ice cream supper at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Robert G.
Dunn, in Olney. Others cf Archer
City attending were the celebrant’s
father. J. B. Cross, Sr., and gister and
husband. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Fish,
ond another sister, Miss Movelda
Mynlet Beauty Shop-
PERMANENTS: Machine, Machineless, Cold Waves
SHAMPOOS and SETS — MANICURES
EYEBROW AND EYELASH DYES
Located in Residence 2 Blocks North of News Office
24, 1948. Notice of the place for each
*uch precinct ccnven’ion shall be giv-
en by the duly elected or appointed
Republican precinct chairman who
holds a certificate of appointment,
signed by the Republican County
Chairman cf this County, and such
recinct chairman shall be the presid-
ing officer at said precinct convention.
--- ----- — • — —— •--------------- ; No one except qualified voters living
ftj’tral eUctrn of November 5, 194C. wj;hin the precinct in which the said
I ROVIDED, that each precinct in ; orecinct convention is held will be
which a legal precinct convention is j r)prmitfed to participate therein. If
°" ‘he fourth Saturday in July, i -r3cticable. th-> official list of poll
1948. shall be entitled to at least one : payers and holders cf certificates
(1) delegate and one (1) alternate in 1 cf exemption for e3ch «ueh precinct
tn* rountjr convention. .hall be used to determine the qualifi-
Precinct conventions will be neldj^tlcn of persons offering to partici-
m each precinct cf this County at; pate.
between 10 a. m. and 8 p. m. on July j All citizens who are qualified vot-
er'. as aforesaid, regardless of past
Subject to Action cf the Democratic
Primary, July 24, 1948.
For State Representative, 110th Dist:
JIMMY P. HORANY
For County Judge:
J. C. STRAWN, Jr.
JOE E. SHELTON
For Sheriff, Tax Assessor and
A. H. (Dutch) GOSLER
FRANK H. (BUCK) HUNT
For District-County Clerk:
GUY M. BAGGETT
A. J. MORRIS
For County Treasurer:
MRS. PAULINE HOFF
For County Commissioner. Pre. No. 1:
B. W. FINNELL
For County Commissioner, Pre. No 2;
COFF C. CONNER
TONY J. PEYSEN
For County Comm
, Pre. No. 3:
For County Com
', Pre. No. 4:
•>o!iticsl affiliations, who believe in
i he principles of the Republican par-
| ty and who will support it# nominees
n good faith are elegible and cordial-
ly invited to participate in the Re-
publican precinct conventions.
The following precinct chairmen
are hereby authorized to give notice
of, hold, preside ever and make re-
turn of the precinct convention# in
their respective voting precincts, and
each precinct chairman in his call
must designate the place where the
precinct convention in his precinct
will be held:
PUBLIC NOTICE OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the partnership, which is • limited
partnership, operating under the firm
Boyd, L’d., and
name of Fred H
composed of Fred H. Boyd and W.
O. Pelphrey, was dissolved by mutu-
al consent on the 23rd dsy of June
A. D. 1948. All defats owing to the
partnership are to be received by Fred
H. Boyd at his post-office address in
Archer City, Texas, and all demands
on the partnership are to be present-
ed to him at the same address, and
from and after the publication of
this notice as required by law said
partnership shall be in all things
WITNESS OUR HANDS, this 29th
day of June, A. D. 1948.
FRED H. BOYD.
W. O. PELPHREY.
Published July 1, 8, 15, 22
Mrs. Ann Herndon and Mrs. Annis
Gill, accompanied by Miss Launell
Strawn and Little Miss Linda Strawn,
visited last week in Graham. Mee-
<iam«s Herndon and Gill visited the
’'liter’s daughter and family, the Jot
Smyths, and Launell and Linda vis-
ited their brother and uncle, respect-
ively. G. M. Strawn and family. They
Mr. and Mrs. Willis McCaslin and
son. Willis, Jr., of Fort Worth, were
week-enders with the gent’s father,
J. W. McCaslin, and the lady's sister,
Mrs. J. A. Seigler. and family.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Strawn and
son, C. M.. Jr., cf Big Lake, spent
from Monday to Wednesday with his
were accompanied hut* Friday by folk, the J. C. Strawns, Sr., and fam-
G. M.’s son. Maurice.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. (Peck) Heard
and Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Leath will
leave Sunday on 3 vacation trip to
Colorado and other scenic spots.
ily in this city. They were scheduled
to visit the lady’s family in Dublin
he latter part of this week.
Price Blair and sen. Jim, went to
Duncan, Oklah:n>i. Saturday to the j Louisiana,
bedside of Price’s mother, Mrs. J. S.'
Blair, who was reported seriously ill.
J. D. Pcwell is vacationing thi*
Mrs. David Perdue and daugh-
ters. Margaret Ann, Jane and Mary
Sue, left Monday, via train, to visit
her mother, Mrs. Ed White, in Eunice.
week and next from duties as man-
ager of the local Parker Food Store. Marvin "Pickard.
Local Odd Fellows who drove to
Corsicana Sunday to visit the Odd
Fellow’s Orphanage and the home for
the aged were John Longan, Jos
Field*, Jack King, Charlie JTice and
nM” p"; Arthur j Mr and Mrs Seal Sutt0 of
in the home of th? ladies's father,
John Robinson and family. Mrs. Rob-
inson accompanied the visiting ladies
back to Fort Worth and from there,
went to College Station where her
fire-chief husband John, is this week
a fending a fireman’s short course
at A. & M. They wil] return Sunday.
During the chief’s absence. Fireman |
Pete Rayborn is in charge of the
ene, were Monday night guests
of Mr. and Mrs. John Waddell.
UP GOES OUR
on B. F. Goodrich
You can’t top our “Top Dollar Trade-in”
allowance when you turn in your old
tires for new B. F. Goodrich Silvertowns.
Our big trade-in allowance makes your net
/y? ,!<!'(<// P '1
EVERY i.r. GOODRICH
TIRE CARRIES A
FIRST IN RUBBCR
Archer Ice & Service Station
FIRST IN RUBBER
THE FIGHTING CANDIDATE FOR
U. S. SENATOR
- . /
Arriving by HELICOPTER and speaking at:
WICHITA FALLR—JULY 16—£:00 P. M.
ARCHER CITY—JULY 17—9:00 A. M.
OLNEY—JULY 17-9:46 A. M.
(Policital Adv. Paid for by Elmer H. Parrish)
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The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1948, newspaper, July 15, 1948; Archer City, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth708440/m1/4/: accessed April 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.