The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 92, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1965 Page: 1 of 16
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NINETY-SECOND YEAR—NO. 42
COMANCHE, TEXAS 76442 APRIL 9, 1966
16 PAGJsEFIN TWO SECTIONS
Dean Paul A, Cunyus
To Address County
A. Cunyus, Dean of Tarle-
toft State College. Stephenvllle,
will apeak to the teachers of the
Comanche County 'CSftTTSTA, In
tlja Comanche High School audi-
torium next Monday evening, Ap-
ril 12, at 7:30; He will develop
tha theme, "The ('hanging Pace
of Teaching.” Dean Ouiiyu* was
bom near LongvlsWT He attended
and Knuluated from Longview
)HNNIE CiVTNGSTON, left, and .
urtnera in the L&H Discount Store
grand opening Friday, April 9, in
which will hold
Sunset Center. -
,H Discount To RockinRenei
in Here Friday To Swing Next
IH Discount, operated by
|nie Livingston and Fred
er will (hold their Grand
(ling, Friday April 9 beginning
a grand prize, $100 cash will
iward to someone registering
ng their grand opening.
Livingston and Mr. Hunter
all their friends to come
them at L&H Discount, 10
et Center, Comanche.
Twenty four High School Jail?
enthusiasts will present a jump-
Pepsl Colas, Ice cream 'trig. jiving, swinging end driving
and cookies will be served, I concert Tuesday night. April 13th
a pot plant wil lbe given at In the High School Auditorium.
Festivities win Begin at no.
Selections featured will Include
numbers In the Glenn Miller
mood, Ralph Martin, Stan Ken-
ton, Neil Heftl and other out-
standing composers and Ar-
rangers: • - » •
The Rock in Renegades were or-
ganized five years *.go as an
easily namable musical organi-
zation for banquets and public
functions. last year, the first con-
cert met with such success and
demand has been great for a re-
Members of the Rock In Rene-
gades are Autle Merrell, Jane Ro-
bertson, Karen Otwell and Martha
Barret, Alto Sax.
Myra Plumlee and Jim Harellk
on Tenor Sax.
Brenda Richards on Baritone
Travis Phifer, Jim Rambo, Bud-
dy Prather and Don Parks, trom-
John Norris, Steve Norris, Jim
iNorrls, Janie Grayson, Malcolm
Cleveland and Bob Jones, Trum-
DeVld Chambers, ipkmo; Bob
Brannan. drums and Richard O.
Jack L. King la the director.
Tickets are on sale toy the Rene-
gades or may be purchased at the
door. Prices are Adults 80c, and
[ins Top Honors
Comanche Junior High
r>l Band scored a first dlvi-
in both concert playing and
It reading In the Cisco Junior
Festival Saturday, March
busses, brimming with
Junior High bandsmen de-
fed from Comanche at 7 o’clock
the trip to Claoo. The day
to be long and sometimes
trying on one’s nerves. Borne
students had worked on Solos
various ensembles, and ner-
*nt Icipatlon was prevalent
fvwhere. Twenty-two students
awarded first division mad-
I for solo and ensemble work,
he group returned to Coman-
tired but elated with the
1CT LET FOR
INIZATION OF P.O.
contract for $48,778.00 has
awarded to Oklahoma Sheet
N Company of
School with highest Honors
for Boys. He is a graduate of
Join Tarleton Agricultural Coll-
ege and Texas A AM College. Also
he has done graduate work at
Southern Methodist University.
His experience ae an educator has
been wide AM varied. He has
served as head of the Science De-
partment end athetic coach at
Ttmpson High School, assistant
entomologist at Texas Agricultur-
al Experiment StaUqff, assistant
Hulsen To Speak
R. B. Hulsen. President of the
Moorman Mfg,- Co.. Quincy, Illi-
nois, win toe the featured speak-
er at the Moorman-sponsored bar-
becue honoring the boys and girls
«bo consigned stock . to the Co-
manche County Junior Livestock
Show held reeehUy^i-
The barbecue will he held Mon-
day -Itight, April 12 at 7 >’et5ok
In the Comanche Junior High
Hulsen is a native of East
Moline, Illinois, a graduate of
Culver-Stock ton College, Clanton,
Missouri, and has been with the
Moorman Manufacturing Company
almost US years.
He started as an order checker
He has been a sales correspond-
ent. a State Sales Manager, Mana-
ger of Sales Training. Manager
of Sales Personnel, Sales Mainl-
and Executive Vies President
moved into the Presidency
er 3, 1984, succeeding E.
He Is a Director of the Moor-
man Manufacturing Company, a
Trustee of The Moorman Founda-
tion. member of the Board of Gov-
ernors of The Mennlnger Founda-
UWe a Trustee of Blessing
t>ltal. Quincy, Illinois and a
T P & l OPEN HOUSE FRIDA Y
ger and JO
actor of the Quincy Soybean
Hulsen has had a tremendous
interest In young people and will
be speaking Monday. April 12th,
on Freedom. j
The Hulsen* have four children
- two daughters In college and
two sons, one in high school and
one In grade school.
In addition to his other Inter-
ests, Hulsen is a breeder of Pure-
bred Angus Cattle. *
On last Page,
Jerry Scott local seed and
User dealer, who has
moved Into ne wheadqu&rb
907 North Austin, la the
dealer for Magic Vigor, the_
tested field seed, and
Mr. Scott has been In the
and fertiliser business for
past five years, operating it
corxjunrtkm with tots 7 to lit
grocery..But recently he sold Vm
grocefy store, in order to devote
full tune to the selling of agri-
In ngtlUon to the Magic Vigor
and Golden Acres, Scott handles
Comanche Chief Peanut Seed, and
all brands of fertilizers Including
Topper, Smith-Douglas, and Ni-
Mrs. Scott, the farmery Billy
Douglas, serves as her husband’s
Mrs. Euell Arthur
y General Waggoner
Carr has onnaunoed 'tha- appoint-
ment of Mrs. Euell Arthur of
Comanche to serve as .official
reprsentatlve for Comanche' Ooun-
Texas Power & Light Company
will hold an pperi house at its
new OomgAflhe office from 2 p.m.
until., Friday, April 9
Residents of the Comanche area
are invited to visit the office
during these hours, Wayne Pink-1 -je
erton. assistant to the district.
manager said. The office Is locat-1 $||
sd at 318 N. Austin Street, across, Mr
from the City Hall.
Door prize* and free gifts will
be presented at the open house’.
The door prizes consist of an
electric knife, an electric can op-
ener and an electric dock'. Each
family attending will receive two
300-watt electric light bulbs.
Visitors will be shown the new
features incorporated In the buld-
lng, including an assembly room
which seats 60 persons. The room
may be used free of charge by
business and civic groups in the
The iMgg building Is all-electric
and Is heated and cooled by 12
tons of heat pump equipment. A
night depository has been provid-
ed and a parking area for eight
automobiles is located at the rear
of the building.
TBAL jj loved Into the new
March 20, from Its old
at 101 East Grand, on the
t comer of the square.
The Company had been In this
location 21 years.
Included also In the new quar-
ters Is a sales display area, an
CLEMONS, STEWART ELECTED
AS SCHOOL 80ARP
Hnmnwood District Mgr.
and a machinery
Employed by TPAL in Coman-
che it Mr. Plnaertan. with H
years of Company service, Don
Lavender. iocat repersentatlve
and serviceman with 18 year*
service, Mrs. Roy Dabney, cash-
ier with 17 year* and Jerry Hen-
nhaw meter reader and clerk with
2 one-half years service.
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’ For the
ty, for the 1M6 Attorney Gen-
eral’s Youth Conference on Crime.
This Third Annual Conference
Will attract over 1800 outstanding
youth leaders from throughout
Texas to study projects for Un-
iting in Texas communities
prevention of delinquency.
Many outstanding programs have
,,already begun In Texas as a re-
"XT suit of the first two conferences,
.^II Including youth juries, programs
tor tutoring students to prevent
drop-outs, and various other com-
munity sendee projects. Civic
clubs, churches and other organi-
zations or interested Individuals
will sponsor delegates, and indi-
viduals Interested In participating
should contact Mrs. Arthur at
Arthur Chevrolet A Otdamdhlle,
The conference will be held In
Austin August 20 through 22nd.
Set For Monday
Chamber of Com-
merce Banquet will be held at
the Junior High Cafetorlum Fri-
day Evening, April 9 at 7:30. ;
Master of ceremonies will be
Btll Clemons Invocation will be
given by Rev. B. L. McCord, pas-
tor of the First Methodist Church.
Introduction of guests and an-
nouncements will be made by In-
Two hundred i
Comanche ISD vot
poll* last Saturday
W. E. (Bill) Clxffl
boorW'-fbr the coming two years.
--Clemons, partner In Clemona-'T__ _
Motor Co., headed the ticket whih F1"^1 ffrsujeyr'frell-knawn Co-
179 votes. Stewart, pert* man- n^heaii WC* recently purchased
ager for Arthim^ehevrotet-Olda, ScoU * 7 to 11 Grocery and is now
-«5U1 of 136 votes *<6*ra*tng the establishment as
PI PM 83 votes. ! ^ P“l 14 *!“•**• •£***
- a* pastor of the Free Will Bap-
tist Church In Comanche.
A call meeting was held Mon-
day night. April 5 by the Co-
manche Board and BUI Clemons
was elected president; BUI Evans
vice-president and BUI Parker,
Other members of the board In-
cluding, Stewart, are hold-over
members, Floyd Prather, Sid Car-
ney, Jr and L. L. Dukes, Jr,
98 VOTES AT SIDNEY
At Sidney last Saturday 98
He and his wife Donnie, and
their four sons, I>nle 23, Ronnie
17, Terry Lee 11 and David 7 all
hve In Comanche
In announcing the opening of
his grocery, Brawley explains
that the store will be open lang
hours, beginning at 7 tn the morn-
ing, seven days a week.
J. L (Wimpy) Jones, exper-
President Roy Brannan,
Oklahoma for the
to the Post Office
This company was
five bidders. :~-
m,vt«m)ut!r«n TOM BAG LEY BREAKS LEG
modernization Tom Comanche, is In
the Memorial Hospital In Brown-
wood. recovering from a broken
the lowest of
Iriic- ,iaslon Boykin, center, Comanche,
I "”•> rusade Chairman for the Ameri*
r?n 1 nicer Society is ahown purchasing
I, [,irst Crusade Against Cancer Post-
' 5* stan»p sold in Comanche from Post-
| master James E. Carpenter, right. On
CHICS STAFF Pko*»
icic Is Sammie D. Marshall, Crusade
Business Chairman. The stamp hears the
words Early Diagnosis Savds Lives and
will be sold at all post offices through-
out April during the Annual Crusade
Again.H Cancer. \
Revival Slated At
East Side BapHst
The East Side Baptist Church.
E. Walcott Ave., will hold it*
spring revival beginning April 11
and continuing through April 18.
Service* will be conducted by the
pastor. Rev. Tommy Knott*.
Services will begin each even-
ing at 7:30 o’clock, with the Sun-
day morning srvicee at 11 o'clock.
A cordial invitation to attend
the services is extended by Rev.
Knotts and the East Side con-
Awards and Introduction of
new directors and officers will be
by Dr. Wm. T. Calhoun, retiring
president of the Chamber of Com-
Speakers for the evening will be
Comanche manufacturers, giving
their views of prospects for Co-
manche In the future.
The benediction will be given
Rev. John Wiles, pastor of tha
First Baptist Church.
The Southern fried chicken meal
will be served by the Junior High
Incoming directors of the
Chamber of Commerce will be
James C Carpenter, Postmaster;
Roy Dabney, Assistant County
School Superintendent; Boyd An-
thony, president State National
Bank; Ben Bvridge, Fabric Cen-
ter owner; R. C. Isham, Comanche
Trailer Co., president; and BUI
Jones, partner In Frozen Food
Hold-over directors are Roy
Brannan Jr., partner In Comanche
Wholesale Grocery. C. E. Tabor,
owner of TV Cable Service. Elton
McCullough, partner In McCul-
lough - Jeanes. Don Lavender,
representative of TPAL; BUI Cle-
mons, partner in Clemons Motor
Co.; Jack Jouette, manager of
Choice Baking Co, and Dr. Wm.
T. Calhoun, denlst.
Retiring directors are E. A.
Kerby, Sid Carney, D. F. Cara-
way, Louis Harellk, Gilbert Webb
and Herbert Goodson.
Hope Lodge 481 will join with
[the Order of Eastern Star In a
the groundbreaking ceremony Monday
afternoon, April 12, at 8 o'clock,
in preparation for construction of
a new lodge building.
The new building will be locat-
ed at the corner of N. Austin and
AU members of both organiza-
tions and the publU are invited
to attend the ceremony.
The new building will be con-
structed of tile and brick. The
new structure will feature street-
OWe Gandy Is Worshipful Ma»-
ter of Hope Lodge No. 481. Rob-
ert WUlla Is Senior Warden, and
George Ware Is Junior Warden.
Jack Wheat, W N. Qleaton,
lenced gnx-eryman will be tha
caat ballots electlny Calvin Ross, j assistant manager of the new
Gaylon Cage and L. D. Clark, all j store which' will carry all lines of
seeking re-election to the Sidney gorceries, fishing tackle, sport-
IDS Board. jlng goods and Gulf products. Gold
Clark headed the ticket with 82 Bond Stamps will be given with
votes, Roms. 58; Cagle 53 other Purchases,
candidates were Howard Wilson, ‘
60 votes and T. N. Walker. 44.
The Sidney Board met and has
elected the following officer* for
the coming year: T. C. Mazurek.
president; D. E. Steele, vice-pre*i-‘
dent and L. D. Clark, secretary.
Completing the seven member
board, ere hold-over trustee* Nor-
man Moore and Jesse Reed.
GUSTINE RE-ELECT BTWO
At Oustlne, 67 voters elected
Kenneth Evans and Edison Luker.
both keeking relection to the (Jus-
tine Independent School Board
last Saturday. Evan* headed the
ticket with 34 votes, Luker re-
ceived 30 vote*. Brent Daniels
polled 28 votes and Eugene Har-
vlck received 22.
The Guatlne Board met this
week and re-elected Edison Luker
president; Burnell Luker, vice-
president; and Wade Collins, sec-
retary. R. J. Adcock. Jr., Ruaaell
Hayes, and Donald Moore, hold-
over trustee* complete the seven-
man board. N- .
County Board Same
Both Jem Hanson, Precinct 3,1
and Burton Caffey, Precinct 1,»
were re-elected unopposed to the
Comanche County School Board.
Sets Flower Show
District Track Meet
* ‘ .
At S’ville Saturday
"Let Freedom Reign’ will be
the theme of the Comanche Gar-
den Club’* Annual Spring Flower
8h«w from 2 to 7 p.m, Saturday,
April 24, at the Garden Center.
The dtvlRion* will be for Hor-
ticulture. Conservation — Educa-
tional and Artistic.
The show will be open to the
public, said Mm. C. A. Crown-
over. publicity chairman.
Mrs. H. H Wlggloa, chairman,
Is being assisted by the following;
Mesdame* Nick Higgifibnltham,
George Ooo<d>y, Raleigh Hill, Der-
rell Smith, Jim Bumpas, Herbert
Williams, Louis Harellk, Bill Dud-
ney. Earl Oden, E. H. Denny, C.
A. Rea. C. J. Reynolds, C. A.
Crownover, and Robert Eaton,
MO ui VV>L Wrisia jo
tattirday at Tferieton State
A duel between Dublin and the
Hamilton Bulldog's is expected to
develop this week-end to decide
the track and field championship
be held Sal
Comanche Is expected to battle
for third place. -- •
Preliminaries In the meet get
underway at 8:00 o’clock Satur-
day morning and finals at 7:00
that afternoon. Some of the finals
will be completed Saturday morn-
Coach Roger Oliver states that
A toll team will be entered in
moat every event.
INDIANS LISTED >
Probable Indian entries in the
various events, subject to change
At the last minute follows:
Sprints—Jim Bob Basham, Jer-
ry Ellis, Bendy Scott, .and Steve
440 yard dash — Ernest Quill,
Lerron Jones, and Iceland Orown-
<80 yard run — Mike Parker,
Jimmy Norris and Erbe Suarez.
Mile Run — Jimmy Pate, Gray
Joltnk, and Rusty Carnes. \„
Hurdles — Bob Allen, Tommy
Relay* — Steve Norris, Oulll,
Parker, Soott and Willis.
Pole Vault — Dirk Jollnk end
u Shot Put —€Md Carney, Jimmy
Hall and Danny McKinsle.
Discus — Bob Allen, and Sid
High Jump — Gray Jollnk and
Broad Jump — Tommy Willie.
'Messiah' To Be ;
Presented At First
The thirty-five voice choir of
the First Baptist Church of Co-
manche will present Hander*
•Messiah" Friday night. April 18
at 7:30.oclock. The choir, com-
posed of both the youth and adult
choir, will sing the greatest of all
Handel’s sacred worked tn. the
church sanctuary The public la
invited to attend the presentation.
The organist will be Mrs. Al-
ytn Haffofd Pianist Is Mrs. Floyd
Prather. The choir la under the
direction of Paul Goodwin, min-
ister of music and education for
the church. y •
Reginald Waggoner, end Daymond
Power constitute the Building
Finance Committee is compos-
ed of Don Grey, Gorge Ware. Ira
Clemons, and Kenneth Tldmore.
Eastern Star Worthy Matron lx
Mrs. Bonnie Biggs. Ruby Daniel*
la Associate Matron; Virgil Nor-
ris, Worthy Patron, and Everett
fineed. Associate Patron. Mrs.
Venita Roberson Is secretary, and
Mrs. Ella Sartor, treasurer.
In City Election
The voters In the City of Co-
manche are a well satisfied group
Only 66 went to the polls kuk
Tuesday to re-elect a mayor and
two aldermen to the City Council.
All three unopposed candidates
received the vote of all 56 voters.
No one was scratched and no one
Mayor Gyale Plrle we* re-elect-
ed for his second term, a* was
Joe Waring and W. R. Jones, both
who were seeking re-election.
> '<*, CHIEF STAFF FSoto
FIRST DEPOSITOR in the Southern Savings &
Association, which opened new offices in Comanche
■Monday morning, April 15, was John W. King. 30f> N-
Pine. Mr. King, arriving at 9:01 a.m. to make his
deposit, was greeted and welcomed with a big hand-
shake by Manager Howell E. Oolib. Accepting t**
deposit was Mrs. Maxine Barret, clerk and teller. P*
Southern Savings & Loan Assn., located on the r*
side of the Comanche Square, held open house
Sunday afternoon in its beautiful new modern hui
ing. Approximately 500 persons called from P-®* j
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Wilkerson, J. C. The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 92, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1965, newspaper, April 9, 1965; Comanche, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth888939/m1/1/: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Comanche Public Library.