The Coleman Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 89, No. 29, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 16, 1969 Page: 4 of 16
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Page 4-A Democrat-Voice, Coleman, Texas, Dec. 16, 1969
ATTEND CANTATA IN
Rev, and Mrs, A, J. Worm,
wood, Marc Childress; Mr. and
Mrs Robert Thwing, aff of Cole-
man, and Mr and Mrs. Charles
Mayo and Scott of Ft. Worth at-
tended a cantata. “The Messiah,”
presented at the Polytechnic I
Methodist Church in Fort Worth |
Sunday evening. Pat Wormwood. !
son of Rev, and Mrs. Worm- j
wood and- a student at T.W.C., j
took part in the presentation, j
The Thwings visited overnight j
with Mr and Mrs. Mayo and re-1
turned here Monday, Mrs.]
Mayo is the former Bobbie
As reported from sales yes-
terday at Coleman Livestock
Auction Commission Co.
Cats Begin District Play
At Stamford This Evening
With a fine 9-2 season record,
which includes a championship
in the Marble Falls tournament
and runner-up in their own
tourney here last weekend, the
Coleman Bluecats begin defense
of their District 7 AA basket-
bail championship against the
Stamford Bulldogs there this
There will be only two games,
as Siamfoid does not partici-
pate in givls competition. The
junior vaisity units will play
C hristmas will play in the Ho-
ward Payne tournament,
Receipts from the Monday
sale at Coleman Livestock Auc-
tion showed that a total of 1500 . .............., ....... . . ..
head of sheep and goats passed j at 6:15 with the varsity clash
through the ring. All classes to follow,
sold fully steady to strong with Then Thursday evening of
Mast week's sale. : litis week, flic .Cats will host
The next sheep and goat sate j tin- BallingerBeareats in Graves
will be held Monday, .Ian - 5. (tym in two boys games. That
. 1970. will complete the district action
MARKET REPORT I until, after the first of "the year.
Fat spring lambs . 27.50 28 75. las nest week the Cats have a
Spring shorn fat lambs: 27 50M non conference game with De-
li,eon and Hie week billowing'
For Post Office
The Coleman Post Office was
operating at peak level yester-
day. reports' Postmaster Terrell
Graves, as 10,000 pieces of mail
were sent out, while over 300
pieces of incoming parcel post
were distributed. Both of these
figures are higher than any day
Concerning, incoming mail.
Graves expects the peak to hit
mi Wednesday and Thursday of
this week. He reports excellent
cooperation from the public in
early mailing of packages and
fat lambs: 22.00
Mrs; Pete Wooten' visited in
San Migelo Monday with her
mother, .Mrs Alfred Herring.
Feeder lambs (heavy weight):
28.00- 29 ()0.
Stocker lambs. 27.00-29.50,
Cull stoeker: 230026.00.
Shorn feeder lambs: 27,00-
28 50 ' ,
Feeder old crop and yearling:
! "old crop feeder ewes 17.00
1 Old crop culls: 900 12.00
Slaughter ewes; 8,00-975.
Slaughter bin k- 8 So 1000 j
Slaughter nannies and mutton I
Yearling to solid mouth ewes: j
12110 19.50 per head. ... .
Yearling to solid mouth ewes
selling with lambs as pairs: 18
! O0t26.an pr, ' Mr and Mrs. H. D, Harwell
Breeding bucks 17 50 3u.*H> i „f Ballinger visited here Sunday
j Slaughter Spanish kids: 6.00-1 m (he Hoy Autry. Jr. home.
9.00 per head. I ___
Mi and Mrs. John Curtis of
Arriving this week to. spend
jibe Christinas holidays with
Mis. Frances Dibrell are ('apt
and Mrs. Tom Mcljorse ami son,
1 dwarrl, of Tampa, Florida; Mi-
ami Mrs Curtis Mr Florae of
Jackson, Miss : and Miss Lynn
Me Horse,, a student at Oklahoma
Schools Out Early
Coleman County has gained
site for a proposed 2,900-foot
rotary wildcat in the area five
miles southwest of Santa Anna.
It is Charles F. Dominy, et al,
of Fort Worth No. 1 J. B.
Thweatt, located on a 161 acre
lease. Site is 330 feet from the
south and 2,310 feel from fits
east lines of Section 82, Block
1. GH&.II Survey.
Location is 2,600 feet south
east of Jennings Sand produc
turn in the regular field.
Card of Thanks
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our thanks
■ Stephenvitle visited here Sunday 1 to everyone for the kindnesses
with Mr. arid Mrs Fred ('room and sympathy extended us at
and other friends,
Wtaifl yeti know what mates a
watts tick, you It give a Butova.
Pay In 1970
Just $1.00 A Week
Coleman school students will Mi and Mrs. M Llehnousky
j be let out a period early TUurs j of San Angelo visited here the
day and Friday of tins week, in j past weekend with , her nmtHY
j advance of the normal, as mid Mrs J N Thompson
term final, examinations are in ' ——
progress. Sgt Kenneth Staggs of Ft
Then students return to class t Rjj,-y Kansas, spent tile week
, cv following C hristmas holidays, ] pn,j jn Coleman with his par-
ibe second kemester will begin ents, Mr. and Mrs. Newt Staggs
Students will be let out Friday, and visited In Abilene Saturday
j December 19 for Christmas holi-1 PVPning with Miss Ruth Ann
(lavs and will return Monday, --------- .••••*...
the loss of our son and grand-
Galau and Befit Jennings,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jen
nings, Mr, and Mrs. W. A.
Staggs, student at Abilene Chris-
days and will
Published Weekly Each Tuesday
; Revlfw Established ' I acquired IfKW;
j News-' established 1907, acquist?d 1913;
] Voice established 1181; DeffM»cTat ettqb?
! lished T897: -/jnsalidaied 1900.
j Any erroneous .reflection upon (he char-
j arter ct any person or firm appear inq
* in the-o columns will be qlcrdiy and
promptly corrected upon, caliinq the at-
tention of -the management 'the article
tn quottion. Second^”last, postage paid
'j Publishers: r.-i’r.;, R. A. Autry, Hoy Autry, j jn Abilene, aild Will, retUril
j Ir Milton Autry.
] Mrs. Bobby Rabon, advertising; Mr*,
j Roy Autry, It., new,"; Mrs. Gladys Dris-
• kill, bookkeepmq Mrs Ruth Stoqqs
| cows: }a"k W. Ram bo, Rqth Paldrark,
! Arthm Fold rack. It.., Wayne
i 'vH_„ ■
Mr and Mrs. Donald Coleman
and girls, Cindy and Sally of
Gillet Wyoming, will spend
Wednesday and Thursday here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred E. Coleman, and other re-
latives, They are also visiting
her mother, Mrs. Sally George
CARD OF THANKS
We wish tn express our grati
• tide to Dr. Tyson, the nurses
and visitors who made our stay-
in the hospital more comfort
able We also wish to express
our thanks and appreciation to
each one who sent food, flowers,
and comforting cards as well as
kind deeds and words at the loss
of our baby. They meant so
much to us.
Mr. and Mrs. C. If. fiasco
AHhtt-r pa«r©e&, ft... way
'Jlaudio Garcia, mechanical.
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES
In Cotemtm County ... $4.35 :
hi Brown, Callahan, Taylor, Runnels,
Concho and - McCulloch Counties $5.50
Elsewhere In Texas’ „ ______16.95 ’
Outside Of Toxas In USA ________$7.95
ENTIRE STOCK OF DOLLS
AND STUFFED ANIMALS
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take this time to
express our appreciation to all
the nice people that stood by us
during the time of our great
loss. We thank you who visited,
sent food, flowers, cards and
the prayers that were spoken.
Thanks to Dr. Coleman and all
the nurses for their help in the
Brownwood Community Hospi-
tal. ,A Special thanks to Drs.
Travis and Mendenhall and all
the wonderful people of the In-
tensive Care Unit of the West
Texas Medical Center in Abi-
lene. Thank all of you so very
much and may God bless each
The Lige Lancaster
• TOO LATE TO
SORRY SAL is now- a merry
gal. She used Blue Lustre rug
and upholstery cleaner Rent
electric shampoer $1 at Perry
H KLP WANTKD: 1 aui looking
for a dependable person for the
Abilene Reporter News dealer-
ship in Coleman. This is a good
job for a woman wanting to sup-
plement the family income and
sSiii be home during the day.
Should you be interested or
know someone who may be
please write Morgan Green,
Box so. Abilene Tex.'79604 or
pl.nne 6734700 after 6:00 p.rn.
Fur SALK: Reconditioned,,TVs
Buy and trade. See Jop Bunt's
Texaco. 501 K. Walnut.
WANT KX.TR A MONEY for
Christmas? Avon representa-
tives can earn hundreds of dol-
lars selling the Avon gift line
in their neighborhood, fripnds
and neighbors will love buying
a fabulous line of gifts. Write
Mrs, Jpanette Chew, Avon Dis-
trict Manager, 1L05 W 12th
St., Brady, Texas 76825
Three bedroom FHA home,
good 5 S/4% loan. Buy
equity and move in. See
BERT SCOTT, (1S-U30
Peppermint Stick & Sherbet
Box Of 100 ... $5.85
C ^ Doz.
Wesson Oil Dog Food
Case Of 48 ... $3.65
Pecan Pies style
Regular or Super
We Handle Swift Preten & Gooch Blue Ribben Beef
Key Club STEAK
Gooch Blue t ibbon
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The Coleman Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 89, No. 29, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 16, 1969, newspaper, December 16, 1969; Coleman, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth752208/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Coleman Public Library.