The Coleman Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 83, No. 5, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 9, 1963 Page: 3 of 16
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To Rodeo Visitors and Performers
I One Group Of
D&i Cramerton Cloth
Reg. $4.95—Now $3.95
* 2 Pair For m
AFTER THE SALE
Griffon and Carolcrest
ONE GROUP ONE GROUP
Regularly $69.95, now $45.00 Regularly $49.95 to 5
Regularly $49.95, now $33.00 Now $29.95
Regularly *95.00 NOW *65.00
Regularly *69.95 NOW *55.00
SPORT COATS by CAROLCREST
Reg. $32.50 to $39.95 Reg. $24.95 to $29.95
Now $24.95 Now $19.95
SPORT SHIRTS by Jayson & Airman
Reg. $6.95 to $7.95 Reg. $4.95 to $5.95 /leg. $3.95
Now $4.95 Now $3.95 Now $2.95
2 For $9.00 2 For $7.00 2 For $5.00
ONE GROUP BELTS
Reg. $1.50 to $2.00—Now $1.00
Reg. $2.50 to $5.00—Now $1.50
One Group Of
Reg. ?6.95, Now $4.95 — 2 For $9.00
Reg. $5.95, Now $3.95 — 2 For $7.00
One Group Ties
Reg. $1.50 to $2.50
Now $1.00 - 2 For $1.75
From All The Friendly
Folks At. ..
One Group Jewelry Va Price
R. T. Ca pert on
* Casual Slacks *
Reg. $5.95 to $6.95
2 Pair For $9.00
Visit Our Store While Hero
and Drive Home In A
Brand Spankin' New Chevy!
AMCfWCA’S fWttST JEANS
One Group Shoes
By Florsheim and Freeman
Reg. $24.95 to $29.95
Reg. $21.95 to $23.95
Reg. $14.95 to $15.95
Reg. $9.95 to $12.95
By Hubbard and Masterbilt
Reg. $15.95 to $17.95—Now $14.95
2 PAIR FOR $27.00
.Reg. $1195 to $14.95—Now $10.95
2 PAIR FOR $20.00
Reg. $9.95 to $10.95—Now $8.95
2 PAIR FOR $17.00
■T Texas-Made JN
^ Western Boots *
By Leddy Re9*
Reg. $2495 to $25.95
► Now $14.95
Ray Don Johnson Co.
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A family or office picnic
can end in illness or even
tragedy if you are not care-
When food it planned and
the day is warm and no
refrigeration is available, it’s
best to choose foods that
don't spoil readily.
Food that stand for sev-
eral hours in the sun before
eating is dangerous. All foods
that are bland or low in acid
can lead to food poisoning
under these conditions.
If foods are*to be carried
along, be sure to pro.vide
some kind of refrigeration.
Prosperity breeds extravag-
ance-many families feel they
must live up to it and a little
Publlph.d Wa.kly - Each TaMda?
Review established 1895, acqulrea 1099;
News •stablishec! 1907, acquired 19J 3;
Voice established 1881; Democrat estab-
lished 1897; consolidated in 1908.
Any erroneous reflection upon the char-
acter of any person or firm appearing in
these columns will be gladly and promptly
corrected upon calling the attention of the
mc—agement to tlie article in question.
St* md-class pottage paid' at Coleman,
R. A. Autry, Roy Autiy Jr., Milton Autry;
Mrs. Bobby Rabon, advertising; Mrs. J.-
D. Grirpes, Jr., society; Mis. Gladys
Driskill, bookkeeping; Mrs. Ruth Staggs,
news; Jack W. Rambo, Wayne Greer.
Arthur Poidrack, Mack Salas, mecnanical.
In Colemufi v^ounty ........ 1 Year $4 28*
tn Adjoining Counties--... 1 Year $4.59*
Elsewhere In State -—---.1 Year $5.51*
Outside of State ........1 Year $5.50
•includes sales tar
MISS ALLISON LEE GOFF of Dallas, a 1963 Baylor
graduate and a Miss Wool finalist, will be in Coleman
Friday to ride in the afternoon parade and will be pre-
sented at the rodeo that night. She is interested in fash-
ion and has hpd modeling experience.
Classified Ads Get Result#
, To All Of You Here For Our 26th
We Say "Howdy!"
Glad To Have You . .. We Hope* You'lll
.....lie Up And STAY A SPELL . . /'
“ AND HERl, IN THE HEART OF TEXAS. RODEO
WEEK AND EVERY WEEK, YOU’LL BE SEEIN’. . .'
In the arena
’ it m
att sizes at.*»
Ray Don Johnson Co.
12 County People
Get New Cars Here
Twelve people purehase(Jjf*aew
cars in Coleman last Jweek
and registered them in the
county tax office Buyers! and
makes of cars purchased are in-
cluded in the following list, which
was made ip the tax office.
•Sandra Gilliam, Coleman, 1963
Margie’s Beauty Shop, Cole-
man, 1963 Chevrolet Coupe.
*' James Steward, Rockwood, 1963
John W - Marrs, Crane, 1963
Rambler Station Wagon.
Weldon B Morton, Coleman,
1963 Pontiac Sedan.
F Kinsey. Fisk, 1963
Donald Lee Allen, Coleman,
1963 Chevrolet Coupe.
Epha Bowers, Coleman, 1963
F. M- Stringer, Coleman, 1963
George W. Robey, Coleman,
1963 Oldsmobile Sedan.
Lamar D, Evans, Coleman, 1963
Hubert Hamon, Goldsboro, 1963
Democrat-Voice. Coleman, Texas, July 9, 1963
GRANDSON OF LOCAL
WOMAN IN HOSPITAL
Johnny Brown, grandson of
Mrs. J. T. Holder of Coleman, is'
a phtient in Memorial Hospital,
at Eagle Pass where he was tak-
en after being bitten by a rattle
snake last Sunday. He is the son
of Mr and Mrs. Leo Brown of
Eagle Pa$s Mrs Holder is .in
Eagle Pass with her daughter
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The Coleman Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 83, No. 5, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 9, 1963, newspaper, July 9, 1963; Coleman, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth752260/m1/3/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Coleman Public Library.