The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 92, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1965 Page: 3 of 16
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4-H Clubs Cited
By Slate Vet
*"■ COUNTY (XTINSION OWCI
The Ouatlne, Newbury,- Sidney
and Soda Springs 4-H Club* re-
cently completed their IMS Com-
munlty Dog Vaccination Pro-
granis with a new record total
rlhf* anImA's vaccinated against
Copied below 1n part Is a letter
addressed to the clubs from Dr
A. B. Rich, DVM, MPH, Director.
Divl.siop.-of Veterinary Public I
Health of the *
OOKANOHE. TEXAS 76iU
iYNB PINKERTON, Assistant to the District Mana-
of Teexas Power & Light Company Brownwood
strict. He was TP&l/ division farm sales suj>ervi?or'
TPI/s East ernr-TE v is ion before moving to Corfian-
He amUlfs wife, Margaret, and children Julie
i ljl^ilusty 11, Phyllis Lynn 9, and Brennan 7,
-fit 606 N. Ehri St., Comanche.
partment of Health Lnboratortm your community. You should be
' Justly proud of your accompllsh-
W hope you will continue this
ervice to your community and
carry this spirit with you where
ever you go in the future.
Again. We appreciate your in-
terest controlling rabies If we
may ever be of service to you.
please call upon us.
A. B. Rich. DVM, MPH,
Director of Veterinary
diagnosed 1304 cases of r*Wes in
animals. Pets accounted for 1070
of these. During 1064 the number
of cases diagnosed wss 308 with
101 being pets and 222 being wild-
life Case*, mostly skunks.
Curing lbs years 1002 through
1007, nineteen people died of rab-
ies in Texas. Since then one death
attributed to rabies has occurred;
a 4 year old boy, in 1962. About
three months before he bcame ill
a known rabid dog had been seen
around his home and. about two
months before his death his pet
dog died and was disposed of
with cause of death left undeter-
Ele'drortic hearing test
. held in Comanche. Any-
Ihnt has a hearing problem
kind Is welcome to come
pure of the ear shewing
She ear works, %»d why a
the MBH |
tar that la
icted to the
to tell us
hat can pin-)
| of the ear
is trouble Mf. Treadway
chat can be done to help
i person 6an see how a
operation on the ear has
housands of people hear
How the new lectronic de-
h piping thousands of peo-|<
(with the draded NERVE
■’N’ESS to hear again. How
old children are being
with aids and can leam to
land talk. How pecked wax
ear canal affects the hear-
low head congestion affects
tryone should have a hear-
|i*st at least once a year if
|have any hearing loss Even
that wear Hearing Aids
have a test. People that
been told that nothing oould
pne for them should have a
each year, as new ways are
discovered to help these
• test in Comanche will be
I at the DeLaixe Motel, Mon-
| April 12th from 10 AM. to
Treadway who is an Audio-
will conduct the teat
the courtesy of the Tetn-
Iearing Center at 120 N. 8rdJ
In Temple. •.
| you miss the test you may
to the Temple office on any
May or Fbiday between 0
[and 5 PM and take
poisonous corrosive sublimate
other purgative calomel.
one fhe deadly
partijient of Health.
----— - —— »•*»■ J iw«*t itUM V*
Community Dog Vaccination Pro-
We wish toextend ^to eaah of 1
you. your i~H Adult Leaders and
your Jocai veterinarians,' oar ap-
preciation for the fine spirit of co-
operative, community effort “To'
Make the Best Better” which you I
have so amply demonstrated
With rabies so prevajenf in Tex-
as wildlife, yours ^efforts to pro-
tect man through the protection
of his pi*'are indeed commend-
able. Such programs os yours, are
dothg much to reduce the Inci-
dence of rabies in our pet popula-
tions and in the human popu^a*
De. i Rabies control must of necessity
jbe a community effort. Your fine
j leadership hi rabies control may
Comanche Camp Fire and Blue
Bird Girls celebrated the Nation*
al 35th Birthday during Uvc Week
of March 21-27. '
Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. | Basham, ami Mr
Bert Webb and the Camp Fire.gave a style show
Board member*. Mrs. W. N.-Glsa-1
ton, program chairman, Introduced
the special guests, and Mrs. 'John
Braaiel, Vice president, introduc-
ed the group leaders.aiyl prenent-
ed them a long stem red rose In
appreciation ^of- '’tnetr leadership.
A ft the banquet, a program
yisaa* "presented by the groups.
Chattering Blue Blrdg^-trrtder
The Odako arid Weneka-New^ -<
ankai Camp Fin- Girts, uj&gg&ir
leadership of Mra jM^tSdrTva
Jr. and Mrs. Hto*<liufrn,nn. pre-
aentadk^Lkfcif run 1 sang th.- Camp
Hi In observance'of Founders Day,
It took Gutenberg Jive a group of girls gave
complete the first Bible printed
from movable type. ,
contour map is
Thursday. March 25, the Camp
Fire and BlueJRtt'd girls Jjontip
ed their parents with a 'banquet.
Chattering Blue Hird.% binder
leadership ofkri Donna
Moore and Mrj. Janice Sweoren-
gin, preseptetfthe Flag while the
ttudlpiwtfsang The Star Spangled
StatlOTtjiMnner, The group then sang sev-
The Twinkling Blue Birds un-
der the leadership of Mrs. M. L.
England, Mrs Edwin Davis, Mr*, (whlte and blue.
Saturday afternoon. March 27^"
the Qeanp Fire ik..,r4,-+rrtfm-t^i
na*f and present Ounff Eire Girls
”*VvTOT"k tea at'th.- Csmp Fire
House. Mrs. Henry Huffman
greeted guests at the. door and
they were registered by Mri. GJiry
Don Siwearegm. Mrs John Bmiiili-'
poui^tr^Unch from n^eryStal
punch bowl. A whjfu-^tTnen cloth
covered the serving luble centered
with an^-arrangemerit .g fibers.,
trtV-the Camp Fire Colors rep,
In the year 1062 ou^.Btate De-
Hats - -
Dresses - * -
Blouses - - -
KIMBELL’S SPICED — 12 OZ. CAN
many, many beautiful BLOUSES to choose from—
CHOOSE NOW FOR THOSE
aleo . . . make GIBBS your
Graduation Gift Headquarters!
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦.
Congratulations to T.P.&L.
ON THEIR FINE BUILDING . . . attend their
Open House, Friday, April 9, 2-7 PJH.
AND TRIM YOUR FOOD BILLS
3 LB. CAN
OF 4 LIGHT
BULBS AT REG.
GLO COAT 1
27 Oz. Can 79c
1 Gal. Crf. 39c
12 Oz. Crt 23c
12 Oz. Can 39c
3 Can For 19c
«* - . ___)
KIMBELL’S - QUART JAR
Select The VARIETY led Get TOP OIMUTY
ORDER MAGIC VIGOR SEEDS.
Quality *eed I* vital to good farm man-
agenwrnt aftd production, tlie home
grown *edd of unknown quality and
purity 1* an unneoennary hazard. A
top brand named *eed. MAGIC VIGOR,
awtiirm you of the flurat quality seed
at a moat rea*onaWe price. Some var-
tetlca of field *eed are In short «WY
this year and the wise farmer will place
his order for seed now to be sore of a
adequate supply of quality seed In the
variety of his choice.
MAGIC VIGOR quality seeds give you
the widest selection of popular varieties
Of field seed*. MAGIC VIGOR seeds
have been carefully processed and
"Triple Treated” to provide the maxi-
mum benefits and quality. The Triple
Treatment of an Insecticide, fungicide,
luid root growth stimulator give the
seed the added protection and vigorous
growth ‘vital to good stand*, better
production, and of course Increased
profits. Order your seed now . . .
took Al The Wide Selection Of
Seed Available ,
MAGIC VIGOR MORGRAIN HYBRYD SUpAN — COMMON or SWEET
SUDAN — RED TOP CANE — MAGIC VIGOR HEGAR1 ^
* MILLET — CORN
GOLDEN ACRES—Plenty of famous TE66 and Hay Grazer,
RS610, Gold Maker A (Specially for Dairies) and Grain MasUr. ,
GERBER’ S STRAINED
CHASE & SANBORN
Baby Food 6 for
.................'......................... . ■ —
5lh. bag 39^ 25 lb. bag 1.79
COFFEE 2lb.Can $M9
KOOL -AID I Dtp. Be
BEANS LB. 19c
CARROTS 2 for 15c
3 for $1
FROZAN,w gal. 3 for $*
CREST REG. 53c TUBE
KIMBELL’S 19 OZ. JAR
BAR-B-Q SAUCE 3for$l
GOLDEN KORN 100 PER CENT PURE
CORN OIL MARGARINE
DEL MONTE — WHOLE KERNAL or
GOLDEN CREAM CORN
2 Cans 35c
RED SOUR PITTED CHERRIES
LB. BOX 19c|
3 lb. Can $2.79
Vac Pack lb.
Wisconsin Red Rind”
4 Roll l>kg »t
6 Oz. Box
21 lb. Jar 99c
Mustard Mixed Greens or
Chopped Turnip Greens '
THRIF-TEE FOOD MART
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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/m1/3/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Comanche Public Library.