The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 13, 1953 Page: 2 of 8
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THE ARCHER COUNTY NEWS
THLTISDAY, AUGUST 13, 1953
No Extra Cost
Lieht°r • Electric Clock • Horn Ring on Steering
Wheel • Directional Signal Lights • Automatic
Courtesy or Mai Light •Automatic Glove Box
Light • Dual Sun Visors • R -he Cord on Bat s of
Front Seat • Bumper Guards Front and Rear.
Advanced contour styling is one of the principal reasons why the Packard CLIPPER
is "the buy of the year” today.. .will be the "trade-in-value of the year” later on.
Traynham Motor Sales
1313 SCOTT STREET WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS
You can be as cool in your kitchen as in any other room
of your home when you cook electrically. Surface cooking units
are in direct contact with utensils, so heat goes into the food
being cooked and very little escapes into the kitchen. You stay
cool, too, when cooking in the oven, for the oven of a modern
electric range is insulated to seal in the heat. ..
cook food economically without wasted heat.
CAN COOKING BE?
See your favorite Electric Appliance Dealer
NOW . . . select the Electric Range of your
choice and enjoy COOL. COOL Electric
TEXAS ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY
L. N PEYTON. M.nae.r
WHOLESALE GAS AND OIL
Standard Motor Oils:
DX - QUAKER STATE - RPM - DELO MOTOR OIL
ARCHER CITY, TEXAS
Day Phone 84 Nite Phones 151 - 314W
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank each and ev-
eryone who helped during the ill-
ness and death of our darling wife
and mother, for the beautiful
flowers, also to the ladies who so
generously served food, Dr. Smit-
son, the nurses at the hospital, the
beautiful service and each and
every offer of service, your loving
and thoughful deeds will be re-
membered always and make our
sorrow lighter. May God’s richest
blessing rest on each of you.
C. A. Crawford
John L. Crawford and family
Loyd 0. Crawford
Mrs. Marguerite Adams
Mrs. Evelyn Herndon
T. Burkett, Jr., of Graham
an early Monday morning
visitor with home-folk.
the senion Z. T.s.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lowack and
young daughter, Evelyn Kate, of
Wichita Falls were over Tuesday
visiting kin. whom there are many
in Archer City.
tained and set forth in the pro-
posal the wage rates, for each
craft or type of workman or me-
chanic needed to execute the work
on above named project, now pre-
! vailing in the locality in which the
work is to be performed, and the
, Contractor shall pay not less than
these wage rates as shown in the
proposal for each craft or type
of laborer, workman or mechanic
employed on this project.
Legal holiday work shall be
paid for at the regular governing
Plans and specifications available
at the office of L. B. Dean, Dis-
trict Engineer, Wichita Falls, Tex-
as, and Texas Highway Deparment,
Austin. Usual rights reserved.
LAWN MOWER SHARPENING
SMALL REPAIR JOBS
214 S. Center Phone 64-R
CONTRACTORS' NOTICE OF
Sealed proposals for construct-
ing 8.937 miles of Gr.. Strs., Base
and Surf, from FM 368 at 1.5 mi.
south of Holliday, easterly to SH
79 on Highway No. FM 1954, cov-
ered by R 1837-1-1, in Archer
County, will be received at the
Highway Department, Austin, un-|
til 9:00 A. M„ Aug. 19. 1953, and
then publicly opened and read.
This is a “Public Works” Pro-
ject, as defined in House Bill No.
54 of the 43rd Legislature of the
State of Texas and House Bill No.
115 of the 44th Legislature of the
State of Texas, and as such is sub-
ject to the provisons of said House
Bills. No provisions herein are
intended to be in conflict with the
provisons of said Acts.
In accordance with the provi-
sions of said House Bills, the State
Highway Commission has ascer-
WATER WELL DRILLING—Mack
W. Roberts, Antelope, Texas. 34-tfc
CLEAN CLOTHES wear longer, i
Williams Cleaners. 34-tfc1
Jimmy P. Horanv
Telephone 129 or 306
MY, WHAT PICK UP
Phillips 66 Products
BLACKMAN & HEARD
First Methodist Church
HELP WANTED at Williams
Cleaners. Good salaries, 34-tfc
H. L. GAGE TANK TRUCKS—
Phone 11. Kamay,. Tex. All kinds
Sanfrac Oils, Vacuum Mud Trucks,
Drilling and Drinking Water Haul-
ing. Tank Cleaning, Road Oiling,
Casing Pulling. 34-tfc
GENERAL ELECTRICAL REPAIR
WORK—Clarence Hannah at home
or tel. 248. 34-tfc
FOR RENT—Nice 3-room modem
unfurnished house. Close in. Call
FOR SALE—3,000 bales of good
Johnson grass and clover mixed
hay, 75c per bale. James W. Wil-
son, Box 665, Phone 101, White-
wright, Texas. 33-2tc
FOR RENT—Modern house west
onHighway 25. Phone 145R.
WANTED—Companion for elderly j
person. Tel. 215. Mrs. W. S. Ikard.
FOR RENT—3-room modern apart-1
ment with garage. Mrs. Sam Bal-
lard. Tel. 58W. 31-tfc
19th to 30th
Solos - Specials
700:7:45 — BREAKFAST
10:00-11:00 — MORNING
8:00 P. M. — SONG AND
FOR SALE—Goodyear Tires at
Vincent Murphy Chevrolet Com-
ARCHER WATER COMPANY—
Water hauling Tank trucks. G. M.
Strawn, tel. 381M or 180W, Arch-
er City. 27-tfc
STRAYED or STOLEN—5 miles
SW of Windthorst, 2 yearling Hol-
stein heifers. Last seen May 19,
If found please notify Oily Schroed-
er, Windthorst, Texas. 23-tfc
FOR SALE—Super Chevrolet Ser-
vice at Vincent Murphy Chevrolet
4% INTEREST—F e d e r a 1 Land
Bank Loan, for purchase of land,
cattle, refinancing o r improve-
ments. National Farm Loan Asso-
ciation, 223 Radio Building. Phone
2-4093, Wichita Falls. 12-tfc
FOR SALE—G-E Appliances at
Vincent Murphy Chevrolet Co.
Dr. L. L. EVANS, Evangelist
6veryone Cordially Invited
ELDEN COLE, Pastor
W# Do Finish Work
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crow
Washing - Greasing
WE’RE HAULING OUR WATER
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The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 13, 1953, newspaper, August 13, 1953; Archer City, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth709224/m1/2/: accessed September 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.