The Coleman Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 84, No. 28, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 15, 1964 Page: 3 of 12
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CARO OF THANKS
I wish to thank the many friends
who remembered me with cards,
gifts, and other thoughtful acts
during my recent recovery from
surgery in Harris Hospital, Fort
Worth. Mrs. Dick Forbes. D28e
1 1/2 Miles South of Airport
On Highway 36
We Sell On Consignment
Every Saturday and Sunday
2:00 p.m. — Sun. 2:00 p.m.
Dies At Lamesa;
Funeral Held There
Ross Boardman. 73, former
resident of Coleman County,
died at the family residence ,d
Lamesa about 9:00 a. m. Sunday,
December 13, 1964, after a long
illness. Funeral services were
held at First Christian, Church
at Lamesa at 3:00 p. m! Monday
and burial was in Lamesa Cem-
Mr. Boardman, born in Cooke
County, Texas, moved to Cole-
man County in 1905 and lived at
Santa Anna 25 years. After'op-
erating a gin at Lamesa for a
moved to a ranch near Seminole
but returned to Lamesa several
Surviving him are his wife of
Lamesa; one brother, S. A.
Boardman of Coleman; a sister,
Mrs. Jim Grossman of Odessa;
and other relatives. ,
The Coleman County 4th and
5th Grade 4-H Christmas Party
was held Monday night, Decem-
ber 14 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. with
approximately ninety 4-Hers and
fifteen adults attending. Games
were planned by the Mozellc
Senior 4 H Club with the fol-
lowing 4-Hers leading games:
_______o _ o... __ ________ Debra Sparks, Carqlyn Stoup,
time, he and Mrs. Boardman' Nancy Taylor, Curtis Skelton,
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yqu can't go wrong with either of these
fine styles. Available in Fashion-Right
colors, of course!
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Linda Horner and Dickie Horn-
er. 4-Hers were divided into
three groups and competed in I
games and relays.
Refreshments were furnished; Mrs. C. C. Burkett-, Mrs C. F.
by Mozelle Junior 4-H Club and, Blanton, Aubrey Crockett, Her-
decorations were done by Taipa
Centennial 4-H Club.
To Have Christmas
schel Dunn and W. T. Graves.
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The Board approved action to
send a letter of appreciation to !
the Coleman Fire Department, j
concerning the department's j
work at the West Ward fire.
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High School Principal E. W.
The Emmanuel Baptist Church I Scott reported to board members
in South Coleman will have a on scheduling and record keep-
Christmas program Thursday, ing on students at High School.
December 17, beginning at 7:00 j
p. m. Jeff Coats will lead the j
song service at the beginning of I
the meeting. Gifts will be ex-
changed from the Christmas tree)
and Santa Claus will distribute |
fruit and candy.
Members will bring gifts of
staple groceries for a needy fam- j
ily. Rev. Eugene Traylor, pastor, i
urges all members of the church
to be present.
Cool Cooks Meet
In Hipsher Home
The Cool Cooks, foods, unit 1
J.I. PEAVY, M.5.
—Camnipx 4 MeaA-
If you're looking for something
of Coleman Junior 4-H Club, met t0 foe thankful for in these omin-
last J uesday afternoon in the,ous times, consider this:
home of Mrs. Edwin Hipsher,} Almost one-half million Texas
adult leader. Mrs. Hipsher sup-, tj a b i c s were born hale and alert
ervised the preparation of pea- during the tw-o-year period be-
nut butter cookies and Sandra tween September 1962, and Aug-
Young served the cookies after ust That acjd.s up to an aver-
they were baked. age 0f some ggs new babies per I
Mrs. Hipsher also distributed (jay
leaflets, Let s Make Cookies, j por the same time period
and “Make Mine Peanut Butter," I lfi5160 Texans died-rc-present- j
to the girls. jng a ratj0 0f almost three births
Members present were Sandra for every death, a tact dearly
Young, Gail Webb. Ann Abbey, worth being thankful for.
and Rebecca Needham. The fjgures are revealed in an !
advanced look at the State
Health Department’s biennial
report soon to be published.
The excess of births over
deaths during the two years
added some 320,000 people to
Texas’ population. That increase,
together with the influx of new-
comers now making their homes
in Texas, swelled the population
past the 10.3 million mark
Since 1936, infant deaths dur-
ing the first year of life -have
dropped- from 71 per one thou-
Ike Stephenson, Leaday
Mrs. Augustino Escobar, city
Mrs. D. C. Templeton, city
W. M. Smith, city
Mrs, Laura Davis, city
Truitt Hipsher, city
Mrs. Len Stcakley, city
Mrs. L. E. Goodwin, city
Mrs. Kay Anderson, city
Lou Ella Phillips, Rising Star
Delbert Snow, city
W. E. Brooks, city
O. F. Epperson, city
Ronda Sadberry, city
Mrs. Mabel Parker, Novice
Mrs, Lucy Livingston, city
Wayne Gilliam, city
Ike Stephenson, Leaday
Mrs. Augustine Escobar, city
Mrs. D. E. Wright, city
H. C. McClure, city
Truitt Hipsher, city
Published WssklT - Each Tussday
Review astablisbad 1893, acqulraa 1899,
Naws established 1907, acquired 1913;
Voice established 1881; Democrat ••tab*
sand births, to less than 30 per
thousand today. And during that
same period, maternal deaths
have been cut from 6.9 per thou-
sand to 0.5, a substantial de-
The past biennium also
duced these developments:
Over 12.000 people changed
! their names by court ordetVlur-
i ing the two-year period, and
; amendments to their birth certi-
ficates were duly attached.
More than a quarter of a mil-
lion people asked for certified
copies of their birth records. Just j
to process these requests requir- j
ed almost a half million trips
to the files which now contain ;
more than 14 million records of
Bill Worrell Here
For Cub Scout
Round Table Meet
Bill Worrell, District Scoutj
Executive of Sweetwater, was in
Coleman Tuesday evening to
conduct the - Southern District
Cub Scout Round Table at South
Ward School. He was assisted!
by Doyle Glasson. district com-
missioner, and Dr. M. D. Mann,
institutionel representative of
To open the meet the Flag;
Ceremony was conducted by
Thurman Sommerville and Troy
Benham, George Brandt, Edwin
Brink, and Jerry Sommerville, I
four cubs of Den 1. Pack 21. |
After the opening, a get-acquain-
ted game was played with C. V.
Johnson, Den Dad of the Web
clos. Pack 26, winning the prize.
In the game those present form
cd words of letters given them
on their arrival at the meeting.
For the program a film on
cubbing and how it fits into fam-,
ily life was shown. Then Dr.
Mann discussed the organization
of round tables in this district
and Mr. Glasson discussed spe-
cific duties in each job connect-
ed with cub scouting and dis-
played available materials and j
publications to be used for back
Eddie Brink was elected to
serve as assistant district com
missioner in charge of round j
tables for cubbing.
To close the • meeting coffee
and cookies were served to those
mentioned above and to repre-
sentatives of local cub packs.
Pack 21 was represented by
Thurman Sommerville, eubmas
ter; Leo Brandt, assistant cub-
master: Mrs. Brandt; Mr. and j
Mrs. Eddie Brink, den dad and
mother of Den 1; Mr. and Mrs. j
Glenn Thomas, den dad and
mother of Den 3; Pack 26 repre-,
sentatives present were Jimmie
Driskill, cubmaster; Arnold Bur
ton, assistant cubmaster; Mrs.
Burton,- den mother; Bill Goss,
assistant den dad; Mrs. Bill Goss.
Mrs. Gyeten Goodwin and Mrs.
Claude Wcingand, den mothers,
of Den 4: and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff1
I Democrat-Voice, Coleman, Texas, Dec. IS. 1964 Page 3-A
To Go To Cisco
For Church Meet
Several members of the local
| congregation of Jehovah's Wit-
nesses will go to Cisco Decem-
1 ber 25 27 to attend a mid-winter
assembly of the group. Bill
Flood, presiding minister of the
local congregation, says that the
theme, “Speak the Word of God
with Boldness", will be stressed
by leaders at the assembly.
W. D. Goff, who visits the
Coleman church three times
each year and who has the re
sponsibility of supervising the
ministerial activity of the 15
congregation circuit, will be pre-
sent for the assembly,-
Coleman County State Bank
Bookkeeping and Tax Service
Motors, Controls and
407 E. College
400 W. Pecar Phone 625-2175
llshed 1897; consolidated In 1908.
Any erroneous reflection upon the char*
actor of any person or firm appearing In
‘hese columns will be gladly and promptly
corrected upon calling the attention of the
management to the article in question.
Second class postage paid at Coleman,
R. A. Autry, Roy Autry Jr., Milton Autry;
Mis. Bobby Rabon, advertising; Mra. J,
Driskm"'"bookkMpinjT^Ira. aim stagg? j citizenship and parentage isn t
n,w3; lark w. Rambo, Wtyim Grenr i worth being thankful for, noth-
Arthur Poldrack, Wayne Guthrie, Douglas | . .
Mitchell, mechanical. *s-
subscription rates weekly public service fea*
!" CcZ'Z.r ! WS4S0 ture from the Division of Health
Eiiewhere------1 Year *5.50 j Education, State Health Depart-
births and deaths.
And finally, since marriage of
the parents of an illegitimate
child subsequent to its birth leg-
itimates the child, 2.391 new
birth certificates based on legiti-
mations were prepared and filed
if being able to prove age, j
Don't Miss Our Big Pre-Christmas
No Reasonable Offer Refused
SEE AND PRICE OUR
FURNITURE FOR THE
• Bedroom # Dining Room
• Livlngroom • Kitchen
• or Den
Sale Prices Are Effective
On All Furniture Items
_ Buy The Family A Gift
m For The Home; Make All
“T Of Them Happy!
Be Sure To See Our Big
Values Before You
• TV Sets •Radios and
many, many other featured
items now offered at great-
ly reduced prices for this
Come to see us in our new
home, and save money on
• BUY NOW; MAKE
FEBRUARY OF 1965 *
Special buys in RCA Color Television Sets for gifts for the family.. and the entire family will
enjoy such a fine gift for years to come. Our store is chock full of selected gift items, especially
Coleman Furniture & Appliance
Ardell Smith. Owner
With an unceremonious
swoop of a bulldozer, the
city of St. Louis, Mo., had
one of the last two remain-
ing horse troughs in town
It’s a .Snap
Thieves broke into a La-
I Place, La., snake farm and
stole 150 alligators, five of
them seven feet in length.
Weed If Out
A Burford, England, Miss
won first place in a weed-
growing contest with a weed
134 inches long.
Bowen Drug Store
Best Tire Deal
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The Coleman Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 84, No. 28, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 15, 1964, newspaper, December 15, 1964; Coleman, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth752292/m1/3/: accessed June 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Coleman Public Library.