The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 1, 1951 Page: 1 of 8
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The Archer County News
PUBLISHED ON THURSDAY
ARCHER CITY, TEXAS THURSDAY. MARCH 1, 1951
Commissioners* Court Orders
Two Special Elections April 7
Turns Up Here
Fine Cress who recently pur-
chased the Kozy Lunch cafe in this
city told u* a few days ago of
an interesting incident that occur-
red a few days before in his cafe,
new known as the F. M. Cross
According to the story told by
Cross, he and a brother, George
Cross, entered the cafe business
in this city 33 years ago, and as
a business booster handed out a
check good for five cents in trade
<o cash customers making a pur-
chase of the necessary dimensions.
One day recently, Cress stated, a
person entered his cafe here and
ordered a cup of coffee. When she
finished the coffee, she reached
into her purse and brought out
one of the 33-year-cld checks ar.d
proffered it as pay, asking if it
was still gcod for a nickel’s worth
"Gosh, yes,” Cross said, "in fact
it’s new good for two cups.”
,Cross’ brother, George, partner
here 33 years age-, is now operat-
ing a Cross Cafe in Aspermont,
Tex. ’■ W
B. P. Berry presented the Vol
ureteer firemen with a check for
$100.00 this week from the Claude
Cowans, Senior and Junior, cf Ful-
da. The firemen certainly appre-
ciate this largest contribution tc
their organization to date and say
"Thanks to the Cowan Entablish-
HOFFMANS 5th SON
ENTERS ARMED SERVICE
Pvt Richard Hoffman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffman, Jr.,
of Scotland, was inducted into the
Army on Feb. 13th and is now-
training at Fort Jackson, S. C.
He is the 5th son of Mr. and Mrs
Hoffman to serve his country.
Four sons were in service during
World War II.
YOUTH CHOIR TO
PERFORM AT ELECTRA
Members of the Youth Chcir of
the First Baptist Church of Archer
City are scheduled to ^ing cn the
evening program of the District
Meeting of Baptists to be held in
Those scheduled to. go are Mary
Ann Lindsey, Lillie Ruth Vestal,
Toni Scarbrough. Gail Knox, Pat-
sy Wakefield, Glenda Sturgeon,
Bethalyie Berry, Gayle Bobbitt.
Patty" Williams and Ina Adams.
Marcia Farmer, Margie Cox, H.
K. Petty, Jr., Peggy Jones, Buddy
Williams, Bennie Canada, Louis
Gibbs, Barbara Ferrell, Deaun Al-
exander, Donna Wilson, Loretta
Johnston and Suzanne Eddleman.
The group is under the direction
of Mrs. Fred Prentice.
Critical shortages in animal by-
products during World War II
were recalled today by Jim Mc-
Donald, general manager of Cen-
tral Hide & Rendering Co. in a
letter to The Archer County News.
During those troublous times,
according to McDonald, the farm-
ers and stockmen of this area aid-
ed materially in supplying needed
greases, animal hides and protein
concentrates used in vast quantities
to further the defense effort. They
did so by promptly reporting the
presence of dead or crippled stock
on their farms and in their feed
lots to Central Hide & Rendering
Comppny, which is the largest con-
cern of its kind who pays cash for
dead ar.d crippled stock in Archer
“The current re-armament pro-
gram is again creating serious
ohertages in these commodities,”
McDonald said. Manufacture of
such items as gun powder, medi-
cine, plastics, soaps and shoes for
the armed services, and of vitamin
enriched stock and poultry feeds
for the farmers and stockmen at
home, account largely for current
Shortages, he explained.
"Stock raisers can now contri-
bute materially to the re-armpment
program, and benefit themselves
at the same time by promptly re-
p.rting all dead stock. Farms,
pastures and feed lots can in this
way be kept clean and free of dead
animals,” he said.
Two County Boys
Enlist In Army
James Robert Allen, 29, and
Wilburn Harvey Carson, 19, re-
cently enlisted in the U. S. Army
as privates for three years, accord-
ing to SFC Boyd L. Sullivan Air
Force Recruiting Office, Room 215
Federal Bldg., Wichita Falls, Tek.
Pvt. Allen, sen cf Mr. Harve T.
Allen, Holliday, re-enlisted in the
infantry. He has three yearg prior
service in the Niavy as a baker,
Pvt. Carson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey E. Carson, Holliday, en-
listed in the Regular Army Un-
assigned. Both ware sent to Fort
Sill, Okla., for further processing
and re assignment.
Mrs. J. I. Branch of Megargel
brought in the last of Archer Ar-
cher County’s contributions to the
March of Dimes campaign last
Thursday afternoc-n. Megargel’s
collections totaled $55.65, which
brings the county’s total to
$1853.41, according to Treasurer
The 5th, 6th and 7th grade
youngsters who were last week
symied on their usual Friday night
darace will this Friday and next,
March 2 and 9, make up for lost
time in the two successive dances.
Arrangements have been made by
Mrs. Zeke Robertson for the Le-
gion Hall for those two nights as
well as Friday, March 23, 7 o’clock. Denny, cf Wapato, Wash., who
' had been visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Z. Tatum, and family
Mrs. C. R. Pattison and son,
Buddy, of Lubbock are house
guests this week of Mr. and Mrs.
Coe Ellis and children, Helen Jane
Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Bennett left
Monday for their home in Zillah,
Wash., after a few weeks’ visit
in the home of her brother, Bill
Perkins, and family and his sister,
Mrs. A. Z. Tatum, and family and
other relatives and friends in Tex-
as and Oklahoma. They were ac-
companied home by his niece, Mrs
Paul Hanson and sons, Jerry and
The Archer County Commission-
ers’ Court in regular session Mon-
day took under advisement a
couple of petitions asking that a
special election be held to give the
vo ers a chance to express their
approval or vice versa cn two dis-
tinct issues. One is the purchase
by Archer County cf 4 additional
fire trucks, one to be stationed in
each commissioner’s precinct to be
used in fighting not only prairie
fires but also structural fires.
It is estimated t^at $20,000 will
be required tc- purchase the trucks
and provide the essential housing
facilities for the equipment. This
petition has the names cf 278 vot-
The other petition by which the
ccmmissioner3’ court seeks the
permission of John Q. to assess a
30 cent advalorem tax to replace
that of the same amount taken
henceforth by the state. This 30
cent tax, according to County
Judge J. C. Strawn, Jr., will not
affect your tax statement in the
least as you have been paying it
all the time. The only difference is
that it will be taken by Archer
County whereas it has been going
to the state. This money, according
to the petition, is to be used for
the building and maintenance of
farm-to-market and lateral roads.
238 Voters’ names adorned this pe-
Finding the petitions in order
the court set April 7th as the date
for the special election covering
So that the voters will be able
to learn full and complete infor-
mation on these issues, the court
scheduled a series of meetings
which you are urged to attend,
with the places and dates as fol-
Windthorst^—Friday, March 7,
8 o'clock p. m.
Scoiand—Wednesday, March 14
8 o’clock p. m.
Holliday—Monday, March 12
7:30 p. m.
Dundee—Saturday, March 17
7:30 p. m.
Huff—Monday, March 19, 7:30
Mankins—Wednesday, March 21
7:30 p. m.
Megargel—Friday, March 23,
7:30 p. m.
Archer City—Friday, April 6
7:30 p. m.
T. C. Eustace, 67
Claimed Bv Death
Victim of Heart
UNITS ARE AVAILABLE
Application blanks for the pro-
posed kw-rent housing units are
available at business houses and
Jee Shelton’s insurance office in
this city. A $3200.00 advance loan
has already been approved for this
ci y by the President.
Cecil Knox announced Tuesday
that the heart fund campaign has
been extended to March 15, accord-
ing to a letter received from the
American Heart Society.
Women of the Ira Jones Post of
he American Legion Auxiliary
last Friday placed the heart con-
tainers for donations in local busi-
ness houses. These women are also
sponsoring a coffee to be given
next Saturday, beginning at 10 e.
m.. in the Lions Building, where
all donations will be graciously ac-
Have a Heart! Give.
VET ROBINSON NAMED
TO HONORARY SOCIETY
AT MIDWESTERN U.
T. C. Eustace, a resident cf Ar-
cher City for the past two years,
died at 11 o’clock Tuesday night
in an Olney hospital where he had
been under treatment for 5 weeks
for a heart infection. The end
came just qne day before his 67th
Thomas Clark Eustace was a
native Texan, born in Eastland
County cn February 27, 1884. He
was married in Fort W" nth tc
Mis* Jernie Notion. Following their
marriage the couple lived at
Weatherford for a period, la*er
moving to Jack County from where
they moved to Archer%C5cunty in
1928 settling in the Newport ccm-
munity. He engaged in farming
mc-st all his life, retiring about 6
years ago. Moving to Archer City
about 2 years ago, he was since
employed as caretaker at the court
house. He was well knoWn in Ar-
cher City and admired by all.
Funeral services were conduct-
ed at 3 o’clock this afterneon from
the First Baptist Church with
Rev. W. H. Townsend, of Austin,
former paster at Olney, officiat-
ing. He had been a member of the
Baptist Church since childhood
Burial was in the Archer City cem-
etery under auspices of Archer
Lodge No. 708 A. F. & A. M.
Honorary pallbearers were Tom
Hilton, J. M. Graham, Claude Mor-
rison, Arlen White, Bob Martin,
W. A. Wa.tts. Jack Brackeen, Leslie
Walsh, Edd Trigg. Elbert Keeter, decorations were in the club’s cc-1-
Morris McCagbren, Shelby Nim-j ors. green and white,
mo, Rcy Graham, Tomie Estill,
Vet Robinsc-n, freshman student
from Archer City, was initiated in-
to Omega Rho Alpha, honorary
freshman English fraternity, at
Midwestern University in Wichita
Falls on Feb. 22. The formal cere-
mony took place at 4:30 p. m. in
the living room cf the Home Ec-
on mics suite.
New members in the honorary
English fraternity are made up cf
English majors, contributors to
the “Owakiya,” University liter-
ary magazine, freshmen who made
“A’s” in last semester’s English
and those who ranked high on
English placement tests.
The organization charter mem-
bers met last week to plan the
initiation. Members cf the English
faculty and club officers took part
in the candlelight ceremony and
J. W. Covington Hilton Names
Leases Phillips Chairmen For
Retail Station Red Cross Drive
Rodger Porter, Bill Cox, Edd
Shaiwver. Kirby Blay, C. H. Spain
and G. A. Key.
Survivors include the widow of
this city, and six children as fol-
lows: Mrs. J. W. Covington and
Mrs. P. J. Hulse, Archer City: Mrs
1 O. Haygood, Jeatu L. E.
McCaghren, Brownsville; T. Q.
Eustace, Fox, Okla., and L. E
Eustace. Abilene; two sisters, Mrs.
Lora Reed, Dallas; Mrs. Omie
He'S,. Salinas, Calif., and a half
bro her, Jce Eustace, Graham. Also
surviving are 17 grandchildren and
2 great grandchildren.
LEGION AND AUXILIARY
PARTY HUGE SUCCESS
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Patrick
went to Dallas early this morning
for the gentleman to consult with
a throat specialist. Dr. Tom Barr.
Tommy was informed yesterday
Wednesday, by his Olney doctor,
af er what was intended as a cas-
ual check-up, that he has a growth
on a vocal chord, and thereupon
wa^eent to a Wichita Falls special-
ist whose diagnosis coincided with
the other physician’s. Both agreed
that Patrick should go: tp the
throat surgeon immediately. He
bad been hoarse for quite some
Mrs. and Mrs. Ben L. Williams
and daughter, Bennie Lc-u, visited
the past week-end in Henriet:a
with the Troy Foree family.
relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Simmcns re-
turned last Thursday from a few
days’ trek to paints in South Tex-
as. Mr. Simmons is back at the
'helm of the First State Bank.
Major Bcb Henderson reported
this morning, Thursday, to Shep-
pard Air Force Base for military
Ewald Gensler, north Archer
County resident, was a business
visitor in this city most important
of which business was to plank
d: wn the necessary fee to become
a bran new reader of The News.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Franklyn,
cf Big Spring, were week-end vis-
itors with the lady’s parents, Rev.
and Mrs. O. S. Mclver, and also
her sister, Mrs. W. J. McMurtry,
Mrs. R. E. (Bob) McCalip and
Mrs. Ruth Riddle, of Holliday,
were Archer City visitors and
shopper* Wednesday. While in The
News office, Mrs. McCalip inform-
ed that her husband, an oil field
worker until injured a few years
ago since which time he has been
unable to work, recently purchased
and is now operating the Phillips
Service Station in Holliday.
Curtis Hart, Fort Worth novelty
dealer and Baylor County dry hole
digger, was visiting his brother,
Roger Hart and family, end at-
tending business chores in Archer
Mrs. Frank Loftin and Miss
Marie Pryor, who works for Gen-
eral Motors in Fort Worth, visit-
ed from Saturday noon ’til 6:20 p.
m. Sunday, with Pvt. Jack Lcitin
of Camp Caffee, Ark.
Jack and three of his buddies
out of 250 Company D boys were
transferred Monday morning, Feb.
26, to Camp Myers, Va., for spec-
ial scientific assignment.
The officers told the boys that
they were getting a swell “break”
in the Army.
Cahnp Myers is located just a
few miles from Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Woody cf
Waxahachie and Tom Perry and
Mrs. lone Barnard c# Wichita Flails
were Thursday night dinner gueats
in the Bill Young home in this
The benefit canasta, bridge and
“42” party originally planned for
Feb. 14. but postponed because
i bad weather, was held ait the
Legion Hall on the night of Feb.
22 and can be chalked up as an-
other success in the effort cf our
local post to pay its bills and have
have a goed time while doing it.
It was still a Valentine party.
The gay red crepe paper streamers
festooned with red hearts, the
Valentine tally cards on the tables,
the li tie candy hearts, with mes-
sages of love 'imprinted, on the re-
freshment plates, and the red car
nation corsages worn by the host-
esses. all carried out the Valen-
Canasta proved the favorite as
five cf the eleven tables were oc-
cupied with that game, three with
bridge and three with "42.” Prizes-,
all donated by our local merchants,
were given for high and low scores
in the games, the three high to
Miss Ruth Hutcheson. Mrs. W. C.
Young, Sr., and Mrs. Pat Wilmut;
the three lows being Mr. L. R.
Roll, Don Small and John Malone.
After the games, refreshments
and prizes had been given out,
Judge J. C. Strawn stepped to the
center of the fleer, and holding
aloft a beautiful pineapple cake,
made and donated by the auxiliary
president, Emma Hannah, pro-
ceeded to auction it off. A time
limit was *** for the auction and
Mr. Jess Crowley, by sheer luck
of timing, won out over the other
bidders who were crowding the
These present were Messrs, and
Mmes. W. P. Chaney, Carl Coff-
man, Brian Crcwley, Jess Crow-
ley. Harry Hannah, John Malone,
Charles McDaniel, J. D. Mullis,
W. E. Mercer, Ben Page, L. R.
Roll, W. L. Slchcoley, Don Small
and J. C. Strawn: Mesdames Z. T.
Burkett, Lillian Forgy, Maudie
Pa sc h all, Perry Pittman, George
Prideaux, Roy Wilmut. Bert
Young, and W. C. Young., Sr.; Miss
Ruth Hutcheson and Miss Ruby
Fester; Messrs. Archie Andrews.
Joe Eustace. Joe King and Jimmy
And while we are sounding off,
in praise cf our party, let’s say
thank* to our musicians, Burton
Willingham, Johnny Linscott and
J. B. Price, who played for the
square dartce at the Saturday night
| party. Please do it againl
COFFEE SATURDAY TO
BENEFIT HEART CAMPAIGN
The American Legion Auxiliary
will sponsor a coffee to benefit the
■heart campaign on Saturday,
March 3, at the Lions Club from
10 o’clock a. m. and thereafter.
Jacob Scheffe, Windthorst town
crier, was a Saturday Archer City
AUSTIN, Tex.—Mere than 17.-
800 truck arrests were made cn
Texias highways for overloading
and ether violations for the year
ending August 31, 1950, according
-to a recent report released by Kent
Odom, chief of the License and
'Weights Division of the Depart-
ment of Public Safety.
8,447 cases were filed in Justice
Courts throughout the state,
charging the opera! icon of vehicles
with loads in excess of the 48.000
pourd gross load limit and over
18,000 pounds of weight on each
truck axle; 3,801 cases charging
operation in excess of registered
gross weight of the truck and 5.582
cases were filed for miscellaneous
offenses, such as overlength, over-
width, driving while intoxicated
and operating without permits.
Acccrding to the report, nine
trucking companies were arrested
more than 10 Otimes last year. One
Dallas firm with 265 arrests, was
fined over $5,000 for hauling more
than a million pounds excessive
The License and Weights Divi-
sion cf the Department of Public
Safety is composed of only 33
inspectors, who must work in pairs
patrolling the 36,840 miles of the
Texas Highway System. During
the peried covered by Chief Odom’s
report, these guardians of the state
roads checked more than 72.000
rucks and found one out of every
feur were violating the law.
The January monthly report just
released by the Public Safety De-
partment indicates an increase in
highway truck law violations. It
Shows a total of 2,051 arrests.
Many s ates have found the only
effective way to prevent these con-
stant violations of overloading
’rucks on state and county roads,
is by requiring the overloaded
trucks to reduce the excessive
weight ,0 the legal limits before
proceeding over the reads.
Texas has no such unloading on
the spot law. A bill is now pending
in the Senate, known as H. B. 11.
designed to stop the prac’ice of
overloaded trucks continuing on
their way after paying a small
Justice Ccurt fine. The prcposal
would alsc give au hority to the
Department of Public Safety, the
County Sheriff and his deputy to
make such arrests.
A deal was completed here Mon-
day whereby J. W. Covington will
henceforth operate the Archer
Ice & Service Station under a lease
agreement between Covington and
the s'ation owners, Messrs. John
N. Blackman and J. W. (Peek)
Heard. Covington assumed opera-
tion Monday. The deal includes
that only of the gasoline and ice
Blackman & Heard retained the
Phillips wholesale business and will
continue to operate in the same lo-
cation under the title, Blackman &
All three of the interested
parties respectfully solicit a con-
tinuance cf the fine business en-
joyed heretofore by the Archer Ice
& Service Station.
Thanks to the following named
“nice folk” for subscription pay-
ments during the past two weeks:
W. D. Wilson, city; Mrs. Leon
Gaines. Wichita Falls; J. C. Thom-
as, Holliday; Ed Luig. Scotland;
Bill Coleman, Scotland; Mike Wolf,
WindthOrst; S. A. Frericb, Scot-
land; Weldon Ross. Wichita Falls;
Mrs. W. E. Strahan for E. J.
Reeves, Breckenridge; Alvin
Jentsch. Sr., Wichita Falls; Jess
Segier, Dundee; Hugo Teichman,
Scotland; C. A. Eckstine, Holliday,
for self and J. P. Eckstine, Man-
kins; Rev. Eldon Cole, city; James
N. Hawkins, Casper, Wyoming;
Abbie Stedman, Holliday; E. Col-
gan, Megargel; Ton Hilton, city,
for self and E. A. Spradlin, Me-
gargel; Mrs. C. F. Norris, Kermit,
Texas; Dr. J. W. Parrish, Holli-
day; Mrs. I. E. Self, city; Frank
Scheffe, Windthorst; Mrs. Kay
Hunn, Sacramento, Calif.; Fred L.
Rayborn. Wichitf Falla; Tom
Fields, city; Mrs. Howard Sparks,
Windthorst; News Service, Univer-
sity of Texas, Austin; A. W. Scar-
brough, city; Leslie Cross, city;
Mrs. Cora Hull, city; Horace Haile,
Megargel; R. F. Burnett, city;
Ewald Gensler, Wichita Falls; Mrs.
Jimmy Harris, Olney; Howard
farmer, Olney, for self and Leo-
nard Smith, Upland. Calif.; Mrs.
Otto Hemmi. Scotland; S. R. Wolf,
Windthorst; Chlce Hazelwood, city;
Fred Schrceder, Wind'horst; W.
L. King for Viola King, Graham.
AT BRIDGEPORT, TEXAS
T. L. Hilton, general chairman
of the Archer County chapter of
the American Red Crow, this week
announced the fund drive chair-
men named in the various com-
munities to head the fund cam-
paign during March. They are a*
J. D. Powell, Archer City. Co-
workers will later be appointed.
Blake Campbell, North Star and
Jewel Coleman, Luke Wilson.
Herman French, Scotland.
Tony Schlump. Windthorst.
Lucile Moseley, Dundee.
Mrs. J. I. Bran'll, Megargel.
Mrs. Hollis Sullivan, Newport
Mrs. Wayne Chambless, Mankins.
BANQUET HELD WEDNESDAY
Mr. and Mrs. James Trent at-
tended funeral services held Feb.
19 for the lady’s uncle. A. A.
Paner. 66, who died suddenly at
his home in Bridgeport. Tex.
Service* were conducted from
the Church of Christ in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hemmi were
in M nday from their Scotland
home attending county seat busi-
W. S. Hale celebrated his 80th
birthday Feb. 18 very quietly at
his home a few miles west of town.
Mrs. Hale and one daughter. Mrs.
Chester Seals of Wichita Falls, as-
sisted him with his dinner. The
other daughter, Mary Hale cf An-
son, was unable to celebrate with
her father for the first time.
Hospitalized during the past
week at the Archer Hospital were
George Dugan—released Friday
T. L. Wolf, Windthorst—admit-
ted Feb. 22.
“Butch” Loudamy—Thursday to
On Wednesday night the two
Bluebird and one Campfire groups
held a father-daughter banquet at
the American Legion Hall. Each
girl asked her father or a substi-
tute father as her guest and the
luscictis fried chicken dinner was
cooked and served by the mothers,
group leaders and members of the
Legion Auxiliary who sponsor the
The after-dinner program includ-
ed piano selections by Beverly Poi-
rot and Martha Ellen Marchand.
"Good Conduct Candles” were
lighted by Sue Ellen McMurtry,
Billie Morrison and Mary Slack.
The girls sang their group songs
and gave their group motto. Miss
Sue Tipps, representative frejn the
North Texas District Headquarters
of Campfire Girls in Wichita Falls
was the main speaker for the eve-
ning. She gave a brief history of
the organization and drew an en-
ticing word picture of what being
a member can mean to a girl.
The program was concluded with
the recorded selection, “Daddy's
It is hoped that some form of
Father-Daughter supper will be-
come an annual event with our
groups as it is with other Camp-
fire groups. As Miss Tipps pointed
out. he relationship is too often
neglected, not because of ary lack
of de-ire for closer companionship
between the two, but because the
children do net know how to foster
it and the fathers are always so
very busy just trying to keep milk
in the little girls’ glasses and
shoes on their feet.
Fathers and daughters present
Jack O’Donohoe and Caroline,
Carlton McKinney and Beatrice,
Fred Boyd and Lynda, Vincent
Murphy and D ttie, Guy Eddleman
and Suzanne, George Abercrombie
land Brenda, Clyde Thomas and
Suzanne Abercrombie. Clester
Crowley and Linda Sue, C. D.
Cox and Sue. J. W. Covington and
Glenda. Russel Hinsiey and Lorene,
W. C. Y; ung, Jr., and Lenn. Jimmy
Hcrany and Dr. Melvin Horany
and Ann. Dor.na and Connie. Gene
Stewiart and Gail, T. E. Morrison
and Billie, Kirby Blay and Kirby
Doris, L. N. Peyton and Sue Ann,
Joe Poirot and Beverly and Eliza-
beth, A. W. Scarbrough and Toni,
E. D. Maxwell and Patricia, T. L.
Hilton and Phyllis Campbell,
James Harvey and Jams and Fran-
ces Ann, B. P. Berry and Betha-
lice. Jeff McMurtry and Sue Ellen,
E. R. Ballcwe and Jeanine, J. D.
Slack and Mary Ellen, Alfred
Watts and Sandy, Cecil Thurlkill
and Betty Ann, Steve Marchand
and Martha, Percy Roberts and
Penny, Berry Findley and Donna
Marie. J. C. Strawn, Jr., and Linda,
A. J. Morris and Malinda, J. D.
Mullis and Tommye Jane. Coe El-
lis and Helen Jane. John Robinson
and Phyllis Kirkland. Delavan
Bratt and Jeannie, and A. D. Sban-
sel and Karen Lee. Guests of the
Monday. _ _ „
Mrs. A. B. Smith—admitted Fri- whole groups were J. >>- Cassell,
Mrs. J. D. Powell—Feb. 25-28.
Mrs. J. A. Harris—admitted Sun-
Mrs. Floyd Capps, Dundee—ad-
Fred McDaniel—Friday to Sun-
day, re-admitted Monday.
Kent Davis—dismissed Monday
Mrs. John Fish—admitted Tues-
Helen Sayer—admitted Monday
Mrs. Claude Morrison, Saturday,
Terry T. Webb. Wichita Falls,
Tuesday night, 1st and 2nd degree
burrs about the face, neck and
arms. The lat er was attempting
t:- start a fire in a L»ke Kfcka-
poc- cabin fireplace with, gasoline
when it exploded.
John Hopkins and Chas. W. Stew-
Hostesses for the dinner were
Mmes. Joe Poirot, Alfred Watts,
Delavan Bratt, A. W. Scarbrough,
Walter Chaney, L. R. Roll, Harry
Hannah, J. W. Covington, E. D.
Maxwell, Fred Boyd, Gene Stew-
art, J. D. Mullis, Luke Kirkland,
J. C. Strawn. Jr.. Jeff McMurtry,
W. C. Young, Jr., Hoot Glenn,
Steve Marchand and J. D. Slack.
Roy Hutcheson graciously presided
at the coffee urn.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Miller and
family, formerly cf the Bridwell
lease near Chalk Hill, have been
transferred to Walters, Oklahoma,
where Mr. Miller it to be in ebargs
of production. The Millers moved
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The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 1, 1951, newspaper, March 1, 1951; Archer City, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth708655/m1/1/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.