The Kiowa Valley Independent (Darrouzett, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 27, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 2, 1963 Page: 4 of 10
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THE KIOWA VALLEY INDEPENDENT
LOCAL GROUP ATTEND JENKINS ATTEND
CHURCH DEDICATION GUYMON REVIVAL
On Sunday, March 24, Mr. Mr* and Mrs" G- A. Jenkiins
and Mrs. Conrad Bechthold and Mrs. May Harlan;• drove to
had as guests for dinner and Guymon, Oklahoma^ Thursday
supper Mr. and Mrs. Ed sch- March 28, to a revival in the
neider and Mr., and Mrs„ Henry Baptist church preached by
G. Born. In the afternoon the* the Rev.. Don Anderson of
group attended the Dedication Littleton, Colo.. Rev. Anderson
of the First Christian Church was the Baptist mi nister in
of Perryton. Follett ten years ago.
r . w BOB IMKE’S TREATED
trnest Kerns to birthday dinner
i j Mr and Mrs doe Imke gave
Dies in C^olorsclo a birthday dinner Sunday
Mr.. ErnestKerns of IgnacioMarcxh24 for Mr and Mrs Rob-
Co lor ado passed away Monday e.rt Imke. Carol and Robert s
evening - March 25, in a Den- birthdays are the same day.
ver hospital. Mrs. Howard An- Mirch 25. Other guests were
drick and Mrs. Sam Baker are aod Mrs George Pratt an
his sisters and the brothers famlIy-
are Clyde of Logan, Okla.
V.ester of Perryton and Homer
of Denver. The funeral was
Thursday 28th, interment
was at Ignacio. Mr. and Mrs!
Clyde Kerns and Mrs. Sam
Baker were in attendance.
Mrs. Ray T- Hennigh drove
to Amarillo and returned the
same day, March 28,-bringing
her husband home from the
Northwest Hospital where Ray
Mrs. Olive Burditt is recov-
ering nicely from the flu and
near pneumonia, she is with
her son’s family, Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Burditt, Logan, Okla.
Miss Alice Balch, a nurse
in Amarillo, and her cousin,
Mr.. Gene Griffith, Amarillo,
visited in the home of Alice’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Balch, south of Darrouzett.
cooks rings around the rest!
Mr. and Mrs.. Merle cross
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips,
Mrs. Murl Travis and Mrs.
Marjorie Cook were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs., Roy
Phillips in their new house-
310 Cherry, on Friday, Mar.,22.
Why do so many new kitchens
feature an electric range? Modern
homemakers like its looks, and the
way it cooks! Electric cooking is
clean, cool, fast. Surface cooking
elements fit snugly against pans for
speed and efficiency. The oven
needs no flow of air through it
(flameless—no combustion) so heat
stays inside for a cooler kitchen—
even baking results. And, electric
cooking is clean as electric light
. . . cuts ’way down on after-meal
clean-up chores. See your dealer
soon about one of the new 1963
electric ranges ... for beauty and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Halle of Geneva, Illinois,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Hennigh and Jeff Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Powers and family of Sayre,
Oklahoma, were weekend
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G.P.
Johnson.. Mrs.. Powers will
be remembered as Anna Ruth.
Mr. and Mrs.K.C. Jenkins
went to Canadian Sunday
afternoon to visit Mr. and
Sunday dinner guests,
March 24, of Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Meier were Pastor Le-
land Diekhoff, Mr. and Mrs.
Ruben Kraft, Mrs. David
Dorsch (Mrs.. Meier’s mother)
Mr. and Mrs., william Miller
and sons; Mr. and Mrs..Alex
Lee Meier and Lisa; Mr. and
Mrs.. Herbert Bechthold and
Miss Ruth Sturtz, who was
home from west Texas Col-
lege, canyon, for the week-
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Ehrlich, Dorothy. The Kiowa Valley Independent (Darrouzett, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 27, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 2, 1963, newspaper, April 2, 1963; Darrouzett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth835803/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Higgins Public Library.