Coleman Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 67, No. 38, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 11, 1952 Page: 4 of 8
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FOR 10 DAYS
Skit Is Given
At Live At Home
The Live At Home Club present-
ed a skit written by Mrs. Atma
Brown when the Women’s Home
Demonstration Couhcil met Satur-
day in the rouncil room of the ae-
lug- was calied to order
W. Calk and Mrs, Willie
person led the group in a song
Malcolm Dow nev led the pledge
MeETIrath gave .
THDA meeting helc
u ctu M.irmlyce Stmt!
Miller attended "Mrs
: gave a report of th<
ionai 4-H Club Week
| Two Patrol Leaders
Elected At Meeting
Of Brownie Troop 4
I Two patrql leaders were elected
when Brownie Troop 4 met Wed-
I nesday afternoon at the Girl Scout
! Little-House They were Barbara
j Ann Siebyrt, Patrol, 1, and Annette
| Marrs, Patrol 2.
During the business session, plans
were made for the. trdcp to take part
in the birthday celebration of the
Girl Scout organization at March 1
12 meeting Becky Hemphill read a 1
letter she had received from a girlj
scout :u Fairbanks. Alaska, after j
which the troop placed decals on \
pie plates and tied ribbons on note !
j. As a final activity. ltj|jg;irls sign-
ed and addressed grectmg nivgjar to'
i -Charles R Wilson, who is now m 1
The hostess, Ruth Jackson, serv-
' ed nibbles to Patricia Career, Beck,
Hemphill, Ann Jobe, Geneva Kecr.-
! ey. Patsy Kile, Annette and Jan- i
* tie Mam.. Alice Ann‘’Marshall, i
Barbara Seibert..Glenda Byerly and 1___
the leaders Mi's. Lewis Jobe and I
Mrv zeno Hemphill Sandra Starnes Member
"Faith Of The Family"
Given As WSCS Meet
By Rev. J.D.F. Williams
Rev. J.D.F. Williams gave a book
review on the book, "Faith Of The
Family" when the WSCS of the
First Methodist Church met Wed-
nesday with the Susannah Wesley
Circle as hostess.
Mrs. Hal '- Woodward, president,
presided, and the devotional was
given by Mrs. Hayden Hargett,
Refreshments were served to 39
members present by Mrs.. C. R.
Jeanes, Mrs. J. W. Golson and Mrs,
NUNS ENJOY SKATING—Holding hands to the strains of the
Skater’s Waltz these teaching nuns whirl around the floor during a
private skating party at St. Joseph and St. Ann school in Chicago.
$1 A WfEK
■j d thi^ coun-< Live
H”me Coleman Inde-
er Vall> \. Blue Bound
Is Honored On
Honoring her son, Ronald, on hi-
! eighth birthday, Mr>. Dnrlton Kart-
ing entertained Fndav. March 7
: it 2 30 with a party at the Howetl
Service And Meet
The Rebekah Lodge met Thurs-
The chorus will present from 12 to I day evening at the fOOF Hall for
15 cnnci rts, to colleges and high Ian initiation service and regular
schools, during ..the course of this | business meeting with the Noble
Of Lamar Tech Chor,us
" Sandra Starnes, who entered La-
mar Tech- at Beaumont in Septem-
ber. is a member of the chorus,
which will soon make their annual
trip that will carry them through
three states and six major cities.
: Mr (
Mr C A. Billings
wt . •appoint-
gates to the district
to tic held at Colorado Cite.
c \V„: M: - •
tn.f Mr Th.att w :*• ele
Sandra is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Starnes of Cole-
The group saw "Bend of the Riv- man and a*tended Coleman schools
er" and after the show they went j before her graduation in May, 1951
to a down town drug store for re- j----
ffe.-hments Indiv’idual birthday . _ ,
•-.ike topja'd with a candle, and Ail District Band
. LIBERAL ALLOWANCE
j ice cream and candy sticks were
; se: -,ed -*»•
Those aTfending were Bob John-
! -ton. Johnny Johnson. Jimmy
!,r‘ Qtrirtn Mike King Randy McCo-
ma.« Joe David ?l„t- Kinm Ma -
Rider, Galen Jones. Bill McHorse,
Meet Planned By
Band Boosters Club
Plans were made for the All--Dis-
trict Band meeting which will be i Mrs. Glenn Jameson and Mr. and
held- in Coleman. Saturday. March ! Mrs. Flank Brewer. Mrs. Jameson
he were .made when the Band j has been (lected as representative-
Grand. Mrs. Floyd Clements pre-
The degree team, 24 ladies dress-
ed in white floor length dresses,
initiated Paul Hubbard. The Noble
Grand announced that there will be
an all day quilting and a luncheon
at the IOOF Hall Thursday.
The Rebekah State Assembly will
meet in Galveston on -the 16-17-18
of March. Those, who plan to go
from here are Mrs. Anna Wells,
in Chi- y -a tin Robert Henr the . honors Mi; i-Boost<>i Club met Thursday cvenlm and Mrs, Brewer, the district super-
apa, u -. ■•'. :.y t.i-' Cl iv FI* t.’her and Mrs Darlton i at tile baud room, : visor, has been selected to partlcl-
K - ;r.g j I be eioup made plan- for t-he . jiait- in the ceremony to seat the
______—.— -----1 - | state officers.
Tin- We t Texas Oddfellows and
Rebekah Associations will meet at
Comanche Thursday, April 10. Cole-
man, has been asked to put on the
The hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. J. C,-Conger, Mrs. C. R. Mc-
Horse, Mrs. B. £. Davis and Mrs'.
S'. H. Parker. Cookies and coffee
were served to about 75 members,
I including visitors from Ballinger,
j They were Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
■ Robert, on. Mr. and Mrs. D. Sher-
j man. Mr. -and Mrs. 3. E. Elder, T,
I M. Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Lemon
! Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bowden,
Mrs. Aline McCorston. and Mrs.
I Julia Willie, all from Ballinger.
The next hostesses will be Mrs.
- -Lola Cullens, Mrs. Mabel Goss, Mrs.
i Beulah Candler and Mrs. Virgie
CONTRACTORS’ NOTICE OF
Scaled proposals for* constructing
81 miles of Asphaltic Concrete
Pavement from Santa Anna to 6
miles South; Fr. 2 mi. Southeast of
Coleman to Burkett; Brownwood to
5.912 miles northwest; From 5.9 mi.
Northwest Of Brownwood to FR 15,
on Highway No, US 183 st. 206 & 279
covered by C99-1-12, C 452-3-7 C
480-1-5 & C 480-2-3, in Coleman &
Brown County, will be received at
the Highway Department, Austin,
until 9:00 ajn., March 18, 1952, and
then publicly opened and read.
This is a "Public Works" Project,
as defined in House Bill No. 54 of
the 43rd Legislature of the State of
Texas and House BUI No. 115 of the
44th Legislature of the State of
Texas, and as such is subject to the
provisions of said House Bills. No
provisions herein are intended to
be in conflict with the provisions
of said Acts.
In accordance witli the provisions
of said Hoase Bills, the State High-
way Commission has ascertained
and set forth in the proposal the
ivage rates, for each craft or type
of workman or mechanic needed to
execute the work on above named
project, now prevailing in the local-
ity in which the work is to be per-
formed, 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 pro-
Legal holiday wbrk shall be paid
for at the regular governing rates.
Plans and specifications available
at the office of Erie Mayo, Thos.
W. Smith, Resident Engineers Cole-
man Sc Brownwood, Texas, and Tex-
as Highway Department, Austin. Us-
ual rights reserved. D37-38C
Be your own car expert!
Drafts and notes differ in that
the former is a written order to pay,
the latter a written -promise to pay.
Page 4 Democrat-Vjoice,Coleman, Texas, March Tl, 1952
Girl Scouts To
All troops of the local Girl Scouts
will celebrate the 40th birthday of
Scouting in the United States Wed-
nesday, March 12.
Forty years ago, Juliette Low in-
vited eight little girls to tea in her
home in Savannah and explained
this new idea to them. This organi-
zation has grown until it now has
1,700,000 members in the United
States; 102 in Coleman.
The Scouts will celebrate Wed-
nesday with a birthday party at the
Girl Scout Little House. Council
members and early workers are in-
vited. Remembrance cards have
been sent to Charles Wilson in Cali-
fornia by all troops. He "has given
many .years service to the local and
area board. Mrs. Charles Wilson,
the first' president, will receive a
corsage for her appreciated work.
The birthday cake will be topped
with 40 candles.
All troops will bring pennies of
their own age for the Juliette Low
Troop 3 will give the Lions Club
/program at their noon meeting
Wednesday and Troop 5 will give a
radio skit Friday at 6 p.m.
Brownie Troop 3 Makes
Plans For Program To
Be Presented To Lions
Plans were made for a program
to be presented to the Lions Club
when Brownie Troop 3 met Wed-
nesday afternoon at the Girl Scout
Plate favors, with St. Patrick’s
Day designs were made for the
Those present were Peggy La;
Jimmy Ruth Brooks, Delores Sen-
dejas, Roberta Dodson, Becky Cole-
man, Chloe Jackson, Nelda Fay
Jackson, Anona Board, Mrs. Waid
Jackson and Mrs. Jean Justice.
USE T-4-L FOR
It DILATES THE PORES: made
with 99% alcohol, it PENETRATES
to reach and kill imbedded germs
on contact. If not pleased with in-
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your 40e back from any druggist.
Now at Mayes Drug Store.
20 Years Experience
A&M College Graduate
Plenty of Equipment
Estimate Gladly Furnished
See us at S. A. Boardman’s Gulf
Agency in Coleman. Ross B.
Jenkins-and Carl M, Templeton,
$10,000.00 for treatment of the above, and nine other
dread diseases, plus $500.00 accidental death benefit.
Do you know where you can buy so much peace of mind
for only $12.00 annually for the entire family.
For Full Information, See, Call or Write
S. R. "Sill" Qai^u
Coleman - Telephones: Res. 3656 - Office 4853 - Texas
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The next meeting wiil be Tues-
day, April 1. All band parents are
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Coleman Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 67, No. 38, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 11, 1952, newspaper, March 11, 1952; Coleman, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth751197/m1/4/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Coleman Public Library.