The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 10, 1952 Page: 5 of 8
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1952
THE ARCHER COUNTY NEWS
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CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP
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SWINEHART WELDING SERVICE
has been purchased and is now operating as
STURGEON & LINSCOTT
We Do .. .
ALL TYPES MACHINE WORK
SHOP OR FIELD WELDING
BUILD PORTABLE DRILLING RIGS
HARD SURFACING A SPECIALTY
DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE
Shop Telephone 95
J. W. Sturgeon Johnny Linscott
Located 2 Blocks North of Square on Wichita Falls Highway
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COURT HOUSE RECORDS
W. O. Hayter, et ux, to J. C.
McCluer, et ux, 168.5 acres out of
Texan Emigration Land Co.
Sur. No. 216, Abet. 692.
J. A. Wheat to J. T. Duke, et
ux, a part «f 149 acres if land in
TE&L Co. Sur. No. 2451, Abst.
F. J. Swinehart, et ux, to J. V.
Linscott, et al, Lots Nos. 8, 9, 10
and 11, Blk. No. 7, Original Towr.
cf Archer City.
John H. Fall, et ux, to Irvin C.
Decker, E. 1-2 of Lot No. 4 in
Blk. No. 104, Archer City, Texas.
Oil And Gas Leases
Guy M. Baggett, et ux, to M.
W. Blair, et al, S. 1-2 cf a 147
acre tract cut of G. W. Barnett
Sur., Abst. No. 19; G. W. Dugan
Sur., Abet. No. 1068 and S. S.
Moorehead Sur., Abst. No. 757.
Guy M. Baggett, et ux, to M
W. Blair, et al, N. 1-2 of a 147
acre tract out of G. W. Barnett
Sur., Abst. No. 19; G. W. Dugan
Sur., Abst. No. 1068, and S. S.
Mocrehead Sur., Abst. No. 757.
C. L. Abercrombie, et ux, to
Kenilworth Oil Corp., all cf Har-
vey Allsman Sur,, Abst. No, 753,
containing 2348.43 acres of land.
E. E. Threet, et ux. to Double
L Drlg. Co., et al, 100 acres out
cf S. J. Williams Sur., Abst. 786,
and M. Pickens Sur., Abst. 341.
E. E. Threet, et ux, to Double L
Drlg. Co., S. 40 acres out cf S. J
Williams Sur., Abst. 786.
E. E. Threet, et ux, to Double L
Drlg. Co., 132 acres in Sarah J.
Williams Sur., Abst. 786.
C. C. Prideaux, et ux, to H. S.
Grace, 105% acres out of I&GN
RR Co. Sur. Abst. No. 683.
Tommie M. Black, to Aure
Campbell, N. 2 Oacres if “J. M.
Black” 300 acres of A. Arms Sur.,
Geo. J. Ccnrady, et al, to J.
Anderson Kemp, Lot No. 101, Blk.
No. 4 cf Clark & Plumb Pasture
Grace Bell tc- W. A. Lofton, N.
14.6 acres of S. 52.6 acres of
Ikard, Coulson* and Hutcheson
Sur., Abst. No. 756.
Elizabeth M. Oates. et vir tc
The Texas Co^. all of TE&L Co.
Sur. No. 1576, Abst. No. 2087.
Wendell Roberts, Loraine, Tex.,
to Dorothy Butts, Olney, Tex.,
.Ray Thrower, Olr.ey, to Mary
Jane Pruitt, Olney, January 3.
New Suits Filed
T. R. Coleman vs. W. M. Cole-
man, et al.
W. W. Martin vg. U. 3. Dudley.
Sibyl Kell Cahoon vs. W. F.
Southern R. R., et al.
Lula Kell, et al, vs. W. F. South-
ern R. R. Co.
Ex Parte vs. Jack Lynn Davis,
A. O. Mahler vs. May Mahler.
May Mahler vs. August Mahler.
THE “SHOW DOWN" WAY
GET FREE DODGE “SHOW DOWN" BOOK ON GAR VALUE
Hem's proof . . . free proof . . . that the
frrHHng new '52 Dodge make* your money
worth more. We call it die “Show Down
Way to judge car value. You get straight
of dollars mote ... far roominess, visibility,
riding comfort, safety. It’s the sensible way,
the money-saving way, to decide.
Come in the first chance you get. See
and drive the big, beautiful, new ’52 Dodge.
See . . . compare ... discover ., . you could
still pay hundreds of dollars more for a car
and not get all the extra-value features this
great new Dodge give* you.
mbfrct to ch—w wSkotf noMcau
NOW ON DISPLAY
Proffer Motor Co
Tike Sunbeams met Monday
morning at the First Baptist
Church wit* Mrs. Brian Crowley.
The prayer song wms the open-
ing of the meeting. Marsha Lew-
is was honored by everyone sing-
ing the “Happy Birthday Song” to
her wfcile she sat in the birthday
“J«*us Loves Me" was the next
•eng followed by a missionary
story told by Mrs. Crowley.
“Jesus Loves the Little Chil-
dren” and “B-I-B-L-E” was sung
led by Mrs. Don Morrison.
A story about the little colored
children was told by Mrs. Crow-
ley then everyone repeated a pray-
er together to dismiss.
Refreshments were furnished by
Mrs. Crowley and served to the
following Sunbeams: Mary Jonee,
Russell Loyd, Roy Blevins, David
Jones, Linda Robertson, Georgene
Abercrombie, Stanley Crowley,
Marsha Lewis and Melissa Pow-
Pfc. Halley Paul Knox left
Tuesday noon on his return trip
to Fort Jackson, South Carolina,
after a holiday leave during which
the arrival of his daughter, There-
sa Kaye, occurred.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
To those indebted to cr holding
claims againc-t the estate of W. T.
The undersigned, having been
appointed Executrix of the Estate
of W. T. Hutcheson, Deceased,
late of Archer County, Texas, by
the Judge of the County Court of
Archer County, Texas, on the 10th
day of December, 1951, 'hereby no-
tified all persons indebted to said
Estate to dome forward and make
settlement, and those having
claims against said e:tate to pre-
sent the same to her within the
time prescribed by law at her resi.
dence, Archer City, Texas, where
she receives her mail this the 10th
day of December. 1951.
SAL LIE F. HUTCHESON
Executrix of the Estate of W. T.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wakefield
and children, Patsy, Junior and
Jerry, spent the past week-end
with the lady’s mother, Mrs. W.
E. Pray, in Norman, Okla.
Mrs. Cecil Knox spent from Smv
day nigint to Tuesday with friend
in Lubbock and visited also wit4
Dr. Cecil, Jr., and family in Sea-
Charter No. i39
BANK’S OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
Of the First State Bank in Archer City at Archer City, Texas, it the
close of business on the 31st day of December, 1951, pursuant to call
made by the Banking Commissioner of Texas in accordance with the
Banking Laws of this state.
Loans and discounts, including overdrafts.......•.......
United States Government Obligations, direct and
guaranteed. .'7.................. • •;.............
Obligations of states and political subdivisions..........
Cash, balances due from other banks, including reserve
balances, and cash items in process of collection (in-
cluding exchanges for clearing house)..............
Banking house, or leasehold improvements..............
Furniture, fixtures, and equipment ............-.....
Other real estate owned ..............................
Total Resources ......................................
Liabilities and Capital Accounts
Common Capital Stock ...............................
Surplus: Certified ....................................
Undivided profits • -.....................;............
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cor-
Public funds (Did. U. S. Govt., states and political sub-
Other deposits (certified & cashier’s checks, etc.).......
Total all deposits........$1,919,118.89
Other liabilities ................................... • • *
Total Liabilities and Capital Accc-unts..................
INVITATION FOR BIDS
FORTH SIDE OF SQUARE
ARCHER CITY, TEXAS
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership lately subsisting ’ be-
tween John W. Brock, George E.
Bowen and G. M. Strawn, of the
county of Archer, State of Texas,
under the firm name of “B-B-S
Company," was dissolved by mu-
tual consent, cn the 14th day of
November, 1951. All debts oaring
tc- the said partnership are to be
received by the said George E.
Bowen and all demands on the
said partnership, are to be pre-
sented to him for payment. Notice
is further given that said George
E. Bowen will not be responsible
for any debts created by either of
said other partners, subsequent to
the said 14th day of November,
GEO. E. BOWEN
JOHN. W. BROCK
G. M. STRAWN
1£ Ton Pickup
£ Ton Pickup
£ Ton Pickup
’39 Plymouth Coupe
Proffer Motor Co.
The Hc-uscing Authority of the
City cf Archer City will receive
bids for a Low Rent Housing Pro-
ject until 2 P. M. (C. S. T.) on
the 22nd day of January, 1952,
at the Court House, Archer City,
Texas, at which time and place
all bids will be publicly opened
and read aloud.
Proposed forms of contract doc-
uments, including plans and speci-
fications, are o-n file at the office
of the John Astin Perkins & As-
sociates, Architects, 2203% Cedar
Springs Avenue, Dallas, Texas.
Copies of the documents may
be obtained by depositing $50.00
with the Architect for each set of
documents, so obtained. Such de-
posit will be refunded to each per-
son who returns the .plans, speci-
fications and other documents in
good condition within 10 days af-
ter bid opening.
A certified check or bank draft,
payable to the Housing Authority
of the City of Archer City, U. S.
Government bonds, or a satisfac-
tory bid bond executed by the
bidder and acceptable sureties in
the amount equal to five percent
of the bid shall be submitted with
The successful bidder will he re-
quired to furnish and pay for sat-
isfactory performance and pay-j
ment bond or bonds.
Attention is called to the fac
that not lass than the minimum
salaries and wages as set forth in
the specifications must be paid on
The Housing Authority of the
City of Archer City reserves the
right to reject any or all bids or
to waive any formalities in the
No bid s. .all be withdrawn for
a period of sixty (60) days sub-
sequent to the opening of bids
without the consent of the Hous-
ing Authority of the City of Ar-
The Housing Authority of tfhe
City of Archer City, Archer
By CARL COFFMAN
December 19, 1951. l-4tc
A. W. SIMMONS
J. L. PRIDEAUX
KATIE G. SIMMONS
STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF ARCHER I, John H.
Fall, being Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the fore-
going statement of condition is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
JOHN H. FALL
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
4th day of January, 1952.
E. H. TRIGG
N tary Public, Archer County, Texas
Registered HERD BULLS
Coming 2 Years Old - - - Ready for Sendee
D T)RIME TJ UILT
I .Registered i remium jDred herefords
DOHCO HEREFORD FARM
PHONE 134 OLNEY, TEXAS
of the finest quality
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Notice is hereby given that bids
will be received by the Commis-
sioners’ Court of Archer County,
Texas, at the Ocurt House in
Archer City, Texas, until 10:00
o’clock A. M-, Monday, January
28, 1952, for the purchase of: One
rubber tired front end loader,
equipped with 1 Cu. Yd. hydraulic
bucket, rear wheel drive, steering
booster, 1400x24 rear tires, lOOOx
20 front tires, four speeds for-
ward, and four speed reverse,
powered with not less than 60 hp
gasoline engine. Trade in on above
leader to be one TD9 equipped
with Erie Dozer Shovel. Terme on
balance to be either cash or time
warrants not to exceed &% per
annum. Archer County reserves
the right to accept or reject any
and aH bide.
J. C. STRAWN, Jr.
Beautiful Matched RINGS
Beaettfel eed cWedeg *e her dreamt, these
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The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 10, 1952, newspaper, January 10, 1952; Archer City, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth709261/m1/5/: accessed February 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.