The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 3, 1961 Page: 3 of 6
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By MRS. ED CONRADY
Henry Roewe, Grand Knight
of the Knights of Columbus, urg-
ed all to attend the regular
meeting of the group next Wed-
nesday evening, Aug. 2, at the
K of C Hall.
Mrs. Frank Wachsman under-
went major surgery Monday at
the Bethania Hospital. She was
still very sick at the time of this
writing but underwent the sur-
Delegates attending the 63rd
annual convention of the Cath-
olic State League, July 21 to 25
at Weimer, included the youth:
Dale Wolf, Ernie Schreiber,
Catherine Scheffe, Joan Wachs-
man, Patty Schroeder and Laura
and Mmes. E. A. Hoff, Emery
fee trend. The adults were Messrs.
Berend, Andy Itoewe, Henry Os-
terman and Mrs. Joe Schroeder.
After the convention Mr. and
Mrs. Emery Berend and Mr. and
Mrs. Andy Roewe went sightsee-
ing and visited at Austin.
Mrs. B. A. Gremminger and
daughter, Mrs. Bert Moreland
and son, Mrs. Jackie Gremming-
er and daughter were guests in
the home of their mother and
grandmother, Mrs. Amelia Hoff
last Thursday, after bringing
her home from Grapevine where
she visited with them a few
neice, Yvonne, 6-months-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lau
rence Schroeder while they are
vacationing a few days in Ok-
The Luther Bennetts returned
from their vacation in Mississip-
pi on Wednesday of last week
and report a wonderful time
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Lindeman, around their old “stomping"
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lindeman over ground. The most enjoyable oc-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schroeder. casion, they report, was a re-
in the singles Ernie Hoff over union of the Carr family. Mrs.
Ed Veitenheimer, Oliver Koet- Bennett was a Carr before her
ter over Berend Scheffe. In the j marriage. More than 40 rela-
Last week’s winners in the
bowling tournament were Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Veitenheimer over
George tjaner and his sister,
Faye, have as their house guests
three lovely girls from Tipton
Orphan Home. Their names are
Orbie Oates, Geraldine Harrison
and Mary Hill. George and Faye,
as we love to call them, enter-
tain several children from the
Home each year. Speaking of
the Haners, they will now have
their sister, Miss Myrtle, mak-
ing her home with them.
recently moved from Odessa to
Albuquerque, New Mex., where
Jimmy will serve the University
Church of Christ as minister.
ARCHER COUNTY NEWS
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1WT
Wayne Tompkins of Tipton
Orphan Home is spending a va-
cation here visiting with the
Albert Daumes, J. E. Woods and
Juniors, Alphonse Zotz over
Louis Teichman. The Juniors are
tives attended and the reunion
was held in the home of Mr.
now in their semi-finals and ; and Mrs. J. W. Carr on Sunday,
the husband and wives and the j„ly ig. in Morgan City, Miss,
singles will be in the semifinals Some of the members attended
next week. from as far as California and
_ I others from four states.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wolf enjoy- _
ed a 3-day state convention of Mr. and Mrs, D W Henson
the Farm Bureau at Mineral and family attended the Lee
Wells lastweek. They were famjiy reunion in Bowie, Sun-
repr,?L,.n5ipSKQhWR?/cber ^oun\dj!i«j^y^Tf>nson’s mother was
ty /^ey reportd aM Entire
The Jimmie Minnix family
spent the weekend here with
relatives and friends and at-
tended services Sunday in the
Baptist Church. They now live
across the Raging Red.
J. C. Thomas, Jr., wife and
I daughter visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Thomas, Sr., here
Sunday, from Houston.
Michael and Alva Jo Cham-
bers, who have spent three
weeks here visiting their grand-
parents, the Pap Simpsons, have
returned to their home in Mala-
koff, only nine miles from the
blackeyed capitol of the world.
They informed several of their
friends that they would be back
(next year. They were complete-
ly captivated with the nice
swimming pool in Archer City
and wondered why they could
not live there.
his wife and baby and they left
in the afternoon for Austin.
Also Bro. W. H. Jackson, Sr.,
and wife and daughter, Mrs. V.
H. Lipsey and baby. Bro. Jack-
son preached Sunday night. Sev-
eral of the friends of the Jack-
sons spread their lunch togeth-
er in the Fellowship hall of the
church in honor of their visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bray had
ag dinner guests, Sunday even-
ing, Mr. and Mrs. Fullerton, who
used to live here, and their
mother, Grandma Watkins, all of
Loving; Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey
Fagg and two sons, Mrs. Wanda
Cash and three children of
Wichita Falls; Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Jaskson, Sr., and Mrs. V. H.
Lipsey and baby of Abilene.
that we met too early. My opin-
ion is that if we would hold our
reunion immediately after lunch
so that we would have time to
finish just before the parade,
would be better for me, at least.
I gave out before parade time.
We should organize also, and
name it Archer County Old Set-
tlers Association, with the un-
derstanding that it would be
held every year on the first day
of the rodeo. What you think?
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reynolds,
Jr., and family of Cisco visited
in the home of Rev. and Mrs. S.
E. Cearley last week.
Roy Lee Conrady received em-
ergency treatment at the Olney
Hospital last Saturday evening
when he required stitches in his
knee for a deep gash sustained
when he fell against a steel tank
wh'le playing ball at his home.
report a wonderful time with
189 present for the occasion.
Jimmy Wood and children. Bro. W. H. Jackson, Jr., filled The Pioneer Reunion at the
Sherry and Jim. are spending a the pulpit in the Baptist Church rodeo was just that. We met,
.c,*> day i here *- "randma and Sunday morning instead *>f Sun- we visited and we “soaked up”
grandpa, J. E. Wood, Sr., and day night, as announced Without one bit of
wife. The Jimmy Woods have week. He was accompanied by criitcism of anybody. 1 beiteve
Mrs. S. E. Cearley visited with
Mrs. Cotton Starbuck in Bryson
and Mrs. Pep Clerikew in Jer-
myn last week.
Carrie Lynn and Dickey Felts
of Wichita Falls are visiting in
the home of their uncle and
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Gil-
Jerome Berend was admitted
to Bethania hospital last Sun-
day where he is to remain for a
few days for a badly infected
Mrs. John Donovan and child-
ren of Grapevine were visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Tony Hoff, for a few days.
Mrs. Amelia Hoff was notified
Monday evening that she is the
grandmother of another great-
grandson born to Mr. and Mrs.
Bennie Marak of Wichita Falls.
Mrs. Marak is the former Virgin-
ia Hoff, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Hoff of Wichita Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Berend
are taking care of their little
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Duren and
granddaughters, Donna and Ca-
roline; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Du- j|
ren and daughter, Lucille, and
Melvin Duren, all of Houston,
were weekend visitors in the
homes of their sister, Mrs. Ray
Pearston and brother, Seth Du-
ren, and other relatives.
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Smith, William B. The Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 3, 1961, newspaper, August 3, 1961; Archer City, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth709371/m1/3/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.