The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 17, 1978 Page: 3 of 8

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THE ARCHE! COUNTY NEWS - THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 177* — PAGE THREE
SENIOR CITIZENS
American Legion Hall
THURSDAY, AUG. 17,1978
8:30 p.m.
featuring
THE WESTERN AIRES
"The instrumental music
for this occasion is made
possible by funds supplied
by the Recording Com
panies of America through
the Music Performance
Trust Funds, a public ser-
vice organization created
under agreements with the
American Federation of
Musicians. The grant for
this performance was ob-
tained with the cooperation
of Local No. 688 A.F. of M.”
Maag Family’s First Reunion
Sunday, August 13, the
Maag family held their first
family reunion in Archer
City at the American Legion
Hall. The Maag family
immigrated from Germany
and settled in Huff com-
munity in rural Archer
County in 1892. The first
settlers, Mr. and Mrs.
August Maag and Mrs.
Maggie Staber began their
family of Ed A. Maag,
Gusta, Anna and Minnie,
Jack, Fritz, Eugenia, Laura,
Lyda, Albert and Martin
were children of Mrs.
Staber.
Sunday was a day of cele-
bration and commemoration
of the family’s ancestry and
heritage. It was a day of
reminiscing and visiting.
Coe Ellis Appliance Service
I Will Make House Calls
CALL AFTER 4s00 P.M.
767-1576
Many who traveled long
distances arrived a few days
early and planned to visit
and vacation in the area the
next week.
Families represented were
Doug and Norma Maag from
Atlanta. Ga., their daugh-
ters and families Romney,
Marilyn, Jamie, and Doug
Tucker of Macon, Ga.; Whit,
Laura, Tripp, and Brent
Matthews of Auburn, Ala.;
J.B. and Margaret Maag of
Archer City, their children
and families Sandra, David,
Kimberly, and Brice Reddell
of Odessa, Texas; Bob,
Gayle, Shannon and Chip
Gaines of Albuquerque,
N.M.; and Lonnie and Susan
Maag of Wichita Falls.
Others attending were
Mary Maag, Bernice Bod-
kin, Jim and Rudell Maag,
Eddie and Janice Maag,
Albert Finkler, Harold and
Boots Staber, Don Staber,
Billy Glynola Mahler, Char-
and
Alton and Vickie Walker, all
of Wichita Falls. John and
Jean Maag, John and Salley
Maag, Anna Margaret and
Bill Leach, Linda and Tom
Hurst, Jim and Juanita
Petty, all of Ft. Worth,
Buster and Lorane Maag of
El Paso, Matt and Pat
Powers of Abilene.
Around
Archer
SCOTLAND NEWS
by Mn.
Locals and relatives atten-
ded a pink and blue shower
last Saturday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Hum-
peri. It was given for Mrs.
Judy Veitenheimer, by the
hostesses, Regina Humpert
and Denise Vieth.
•••••
Friends and relatives atten-
ded the 25th wedding cele-
bration of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Schlabs, held on
... _ . „ . Sunday at the Orchid Branch
M; and Bob Games in Wichiu Fa„s. |t was
and their children, Shannon iven b the couple.s
and Chip of Albuquerque, chi|dreni and it was a
N.M., and Mr. and Mrs. surprising and happy day for
David Reddell and their chil- th* LfreshmentswJe
dren Kimberly and Brice of served and the couple re-
Odessa, Texas, visited this ceived a nice array of gifts,
past weekend in the home of ^*e couple were married on
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Maag of £.■«?•* 31 7953 f°«
, , __ „ 6 Worth, and their attendants
Archer City. They all atten- were Mr. and Mrs Tony
ded the first Maag family Schlabs.
reunion held in Archer City ***••
Sunday, August 13. 0n Sunday, August 6, the
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Archer City
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MEATS
BEEF, HAM, TURKEY
49c
OSCAR MAYER
FRANKS
MEAT OR BEEF
$1.29
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12 OZ. PACKAGE
99c
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, CUT, WRAPPED, FROZENl
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TOMATOES
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79*
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85* $1.69
SHURFRESH
BUTTERMILK
69*
1/2 GAL.
LIBBY
Vienna
Sausage
5 OZ. CAN
39*
SHURFINE
FRENCH STYLE
Green
Beans
303 CANS
3/89*
VAN CAMP
Pork
& Beans
303 CAN
4/$l
MORTONS
MINI-CAKE
DONUTS
m
10 OZ. PKG
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lWi OZ. CAN
3/89*
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79*
SHURFINE
Coffee
1 LB. CAN
$2.39
Crisco
3 LB. CAN
$1.89
children of Mr. and Mrs.
W.A. Morath hosted a
covered dish dinner at the
Knights of Columbus Hall,
honoring their parents on
the occasion of their birth-
days. The couple received a
nice array of gifts. The
children hosting the dinner
were Robert Louis George,
Jim and Jane, all of Wichita
Falls, and Fred of Abilene.
Another daughter, Nancy of
Wichita Falls, was unable to
attend, as she was on vaca-
tion.
««•«.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hil-
bers and family took a little
trip traveling to Ruidosa,
N.M., and attended the
horse races, and then going
on and touring Carlsbad
Cavers in New Mexico.
.....
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hoff-
man took a couple of days
off and traveled to Colorado
Springs, Colo., where they
visited their uncle and aunt
Ret. Col. Frank W. Schlabs
and his wife, Helen, and
their son Greg.
.....
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moer
and their daughter, Ronda,
and their son Mr. and Mrs.
Duayne Moer and daughter
Jessica, and Mr. and Mrs.
Bobby Creason and children
of Sepulpa, Oklahoma,
traveled to Pensacola, Fla.,
to do some deep sea fishing.
The rain made the fishing
impossible. They then
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traveled on to Mississippi,
Louisiana, and Georgia,
where the Moers returned
home and the C reasons went
on to Memphis and Nash-
ville.
.....
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Poirot
of Houston are visiting in
the home of his mother,
Mrs. Edmund Poirot, who
kept two of their children for
a while.
.....
Mrs. Robbi Sughrue is
visiting in the home of her
daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Bobby Lee Nelson
and children in Moab, Utah.
She will be there for about 2
weeks.
.....
The City Council met on
Wednesday at the K.C. Hall
with Charles Oliver presid-
ing in the absence of the
mayor Cletus Schenk. Spe-
cial guest was Mr. Mike
Lobpries, Editor of the
Archer County News.
.....
Last Tuesday the St. Boni-
face Parish honored Father
Cletus Post, O.S.B. with a
farewell party at the K.C.
Hail, as he will be leaving us
as our pastor and will travel
to Lindsay, where he will be
pastor of St. Peter's Church.
One could go on and on
about all the Father Cletus
has done, but its all summed
up by saying he is a humble,
spiritual man, and a friend
indeed when needed. So our
18099991
prayers will be with you
always Father Cletus, and
God Bless you in your new
home.
HOLLIDAY HAPPENINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Costello and 5 of their chil-
dren attended the wedding
of their oldest son Tom in
Ahura, Calif., where upon
Mr. Costello went bad to
his home in Manhattan, HI.,
as he had to be back on the
job. Mrs. Costello and chil-
dren came on to visit her
mother and father, Mr. and
Mrs. Irwin McDonald, and
stayed in the home of her
sister and family, the Robert
Baumers. They stayed a
week and enjoyed visiting
with relatives. Also visiting
in the home of the Robert
Baumers was Robin, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Kratzer of Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Kratzer is the sister of
Mr. Baumer.
Bryan Baumer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Baumer, is
spending a week or two in
the home of his unde, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard McDonald
in Lubbock. He is doing the
driving for Mrs. McDonald
to visit her husband back
and forth, who is in the
hospital after having a heart
attack.
•••••
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Oliver and family spent a
week in the home of his
brother, Mr. and Mrs. Gary
Oliver and family at Lake
Texoma, just fishing and
enjoying life as one should
do when vacationing.
Holliday’s Athletic Booster
Gub will begin the year’s
activities with a covered dish
supper at the school cafe-
teria on Friday (18) in the
school cafeteria.
Each family is asked to
bring enough food, but
drinks will be supplied, pre-
sident Don Martin an-
nounced.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Medlen of Olney were Sun-
day visitors in the home of
Mrs. Grace Sexton.
LOOK WHO’S
>> HERE!
Miss Lorina Schenk, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Schenk, had minor
surgery when she stepped
on a pointed toothpick and
part of it broke and
enbedded deeply into her
foot.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Wortham returned home
Monday from a week’s
vadatioa spent with" her•sla-
ter, Mrs. Mildred Wallace in
Seattle, Wash. While there
the Texans and Mrs.
Wallace made a boat trip up
along the Canadian coast-
line.
Mrs. A.R. Compton is visit-
ing in Houston with her
daughter and family, the
Jerry Wakefields.
Mr. and Mrs. Garry Syrus
of Scotland are proud to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Jessica Pauline,
who made her appearance to
the world Friday, August 5,
at 5:32 a.m. in the Wichiu
General Hospital.
Tipping the scales at 6 lbs.
6 Vi ozs., Jessica was wel-
comed home by an older
brother Tobias.
Grandparents of the new-
comer are Mrs. Mary K.
Schenk of Scotland, and Mr.
and Mrs. Lincoln Syrus of
Vernon.
Mr. Edward Schroeder of
Wichita Falls, who has many
friends and relatives in the
Windthorst and Scotland
area, is hospitalized in the
Bethania Hospital, if anyone
would like to sent him a card
or go by to visit him. He
may be at home at this
writing. His room number is
619.
THIS NEWSPAPER
Mrs. Laurence Schlabs
visited in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. B.J. Smith of
Wichita Falls.
•••••
This reporter wishes every-
one God’s blessings in the
helping in any way to the
flood stricken area, espe-
I cially Graham, where her
son and family reside, the
Carl Schlabs family. We
should go to our churches
and thank God for the slow
rain Archer County received,
as the farmers needed it
badly.
V,
WILL BE
UttH 1H
COLOR
TAKEN IN
NATURAL
COLOR
OFL6?M
CHILDREN
(RURAL INCLUDED)
family groups our
NOOBUOATION!
"pictures taken in full color
Help ut m.ike this a good Feature — take
Mr. and Mrs. Doylton
Keener hosted a surprise
birthday party for their son,
Carl, who was eleven years
old August 4 at Skate World,
where 10 of his friends
helped him celebrate. Cake
and refreshments were
served and Carl received a
nice array of gifts, and also
ue^JTsWrs^James
Hoffman.
ynur children to the
given below.
place end at the time
rTAKEN IN
LIVING
COLOR
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4-TwaLLS STUDIO will lake several posts in
COLOR. Please diets your children to take FULL
ADVANTAGt of COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY.
•/L You will he shown ell proofs in NATURAL
*** COLOR lor your selection of the pose you wish
to appear in this newspaper at a later date.
NOTE: The picture of your children will RUN IN
BLACK end WHITE in this Newspaper.
You may. it you wish however, ORDER COLOR
*** PHOTOGRAPHS for your own use from the
representative
your
but this is entirely up to you.
HERE IS THE TIME AND THE PI ACE
Friday, August 18
11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Lions Club
Come By or Call for
appointment after 4 p.it
574-4081
iEE "NEWS STORY FOR ADDITIONAL. OF1 All
Mrs. Laurence Schlabs re-
ceived a telephone call from
her sister-in-law, Teresa
Schlabs, from Our Lady of
Victory College in Fort
Worth. She will be leaving
on August 24, to go to the
University of Our Lady of
the Lake in San Antonio.
She will work on her
Masters degree on guiding
and counseling in rehabili-
tation work.
Mn. George Wilde. Mn.
Frank Scheffe and Mr. Louis
Teichman visited in tbe
home of the Laurence
Schlabs recently and enjoyed
visiting and playing cards.
Last, but not least. Cath-
olics all over the world
watched and payed their last
respect to Pope Paul VI, who
was buried at £t. Peter’s
Church in Rome. The
funeral mass was said la
Latin and held in the square,
where Pope Paul addressed
his people. He was a
humble man and indeed a
true follower of Christ, for
all he worked for was to
bring about peace to all.
He was a gm
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Lobpries, F. Mike. The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 17, 1978, newspaper, August 17, 1978; Archer City, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth709368/m1/3/ocr/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.

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