The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 79, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, June 6, 1952 Page: 6 of 18
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THE ROAD TODAY
OFFICIAL STATE CAR INSPECTION STATION
GET YOUR INSPECTION NOW AHEAD OF THE RUSH
at Mtr* -J >r»tivr mh .ther *p» L *1,0110 i«bjMt l« rl...ac« withou. i.oUm,
We Call For And Deliver Cars
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martin
and Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Houser
visited their •brother. Ouy Hous-
er last week.
The HD. Club meets eacii se-
cond and fourth Friday at the
club room at the school house.
The next meetlnc will be held
June 13. Everyone is Invited to
County, where Mrs. Meroney was 5
Soon after reaching young Mr, and
womanhood, she was married Travis we
here to Albert L Meroney. They day.
moved from Comanche to Dallas Mr an£
in 1900. He was active In church I Albany si
affairs and for many years was ^ Mr
treasurer of the First Baptist _ . ...
Church In Dallas. He passed .
away In 1930 and Is burled here I . .
In Oakwood Cemetery. Mrs. Mer- :
oney was r member of the First i W<yjf*r,_ov
_______ ^_____w __j___I Dewle
Travis Everett vs. June Ever-
William Ray Knight and Miss
Elizabeth Jean Ounning, Rt 1,
Comanche, were married May 28
by Rot. O. H. Horton.
S. J. Wan and Mias Patsy Ruth
Sum ware married May 21 by
Robert C Warren, minister.
Kenneth Duane Croker and
Miss Oladys Marie Jones. Co-
William Hiram Smith Jr. and
Miss Dale Randals. De Leon.
Oil and Gas Leases
Ouy Houser et al to R. F.
Norman A. Pierson et ux to
R. Clay Underwood.
Southwest Baptist Theological
Seminary to L L Evans Jr.
Sidney J. Thomas n to R.
C. L. Faulkner et ux to R.
8tate vs. Lewis J Clifford,
charged with malicious mischief,
mischief, a misdemeanor.
State vs. George Bridges,
chargeo with driving a motor
vehicle on public highway while
under the influence of a drug,
New Motor Vehicles Registered
John D Clark, 1962 Dodge
A C Moore 1952 Buick 2-Dr
Harold D Roberts. 1951 Chrys-
Clifton L. Hanson, 1962 Stude-
Ely Walker Drygoods Com-
pany. 1952 Chevrolet Seoan.
C. A Rees, 1952 Chevrolet De
R A. Boswell, Chevrolet 2-Ton
Fold Worth Poultry St Egg
Company. 1952 Chevrolet DeLuxe
J R. Williford, 1952 Chevro-
W C. McClesky. 1952 Chrysler
William R. Miller, 1952 Stude-
John H Reese, 1952 Dodge
E D Day. 1952 Dodge Sedan
M F Williford, 1952 Chevro-
Values Set For 1952
Horses, 60% of cash value;
cattle, $35 to $50 per head: bulls.
$5o to $75 per head; calves. 3
mo to 1 year. *15 to $25 per
Funeral Rites Here
For Mrs. A, L. Meroney
Mrs Susan Elizabeth Todd
Meroney. sister of Mrs, 8. W.
Switzer of Comanche and Sam
Todd of Ouftlnc. died in Dallas.
Thursday, May 39. after an ex-
> Funeral services for Mrs. Mer-
oney were held Sunday afternoon
at Comanche Funeral Home. In-
terment was In Oakwood Ceme-
tery Pallbearers were her neph-
ews and nephews-ln-law: Sam
F Todd. Charles Hatchett, Will-
is Walker, Paul Meacham. Law-
rence Hedrick, James Phillips.
Ernest Wood, Lowell Wilson and
The services were In charge of nieces and nephews, and other i
Rev R. M. McQlnnis, Baptist relatives. |
Association missionary, who read Out of town relatives attend-!
from the Bible ana made an im-1 ing the funeral here were Mr. f
pressive talk. The minister quot- and Mts. Jj.mes Phillips ,anid j
ed Tennyson's "Crossing The I Mrs. Herman Walker of San An-
Bar,” a poem greatly treasured gelo; George Barrett. Mr. and
by Mrs. Meroney. a clipping of I Mrs Jansen and Mrs Clay Bar- ]
I which was among her treasured rett of Waco; Mr and Mrs Will-;
possessions ' 'Is Walker, Mr and Mrs. Law-
Susan Elizabeth Todd was If nc* Hear*clc ant^ Mf £nd
born in Greenville. South Caro-| Pa“> Meacham of Turkey; Mr.
Una, but the family moved to Mitr*
.Texas when she was only six ****" Mr* and Mrs Albert Mer-
months old The Todd family
ii » 11i j i \g/»r,iarvn«n o-.,_ W&CO, Mr. ftscl Mrs, Ernest WOOQ
first settled in McCennan Coun- children. Miss Lou Ida
ty before moving to Comanche wr u,.
All kinds of parts.
I will make an electric
machine out of your old
machine for $17.50.
head; sheep. 1 yr. to 4 yrs., $4, Elizabeth Strayhorn ana Mrs.
per head; Sheep, 4 yrs. or over,1 William Gunn of Dallas; 'Mr.
brood sows, $20 per head, mer-. Mrs Sam p and Mlaa
chandise, 60 per cent of Jan- Grace Todd of Gustlne; Mr. ana
uary invoice; combines, $500 to; Mrs. H. G. Switzer and children
$200; threshers, $500 to $200. of Wellington; and Mr. and Mrs.
_ Lowell Wilson of Arcadia, Cali-
You Can Come Oi
Fron Behind The
Spend more lime relaxing: Ihia summer by depending
on OUR COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE. Finish-
ed work, or help-ur-self service—you save when you
rely on COLEMAN’S for your LAUNDRY needs.
jA$ c \OuR C At-F.
A shame to lose one with scours
when a $1.00 bottle of DUR-
TREATMENT will save it. You risk
nothing. If it does not save youi
calf your $1.00 will be refunded b)
14 Inch 6> 16 Inch Coalers
Nutrena tests against feeds
low in antibiotics and B-12
show 3 times more early
eggs in first 2 months after
feeding Nutrena Grower.
Times extra early eggs paid
for more than half of all the
growing feed ueed all sum-
mer That’s like getting half
you«- growing feed free.
your chiclu an* 9 w—lu old
gut tkom urn ■v t
Single Speed or Three Speed Switches
Equipped with G.E. Sealed Bearing Motors
Life Time Lubrication "
PRICES RANGE FROM $32.50 to $56.00
REA T- HOFF
SOS EAST CENTRAL
*• . MBObOTS 'i
UP TO 40% ^ORE CAPACITY!
is ro caIs. per vin'jih
P!T> VEILS »\5 S.VAll *'■ 4 IN.
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Wilkerson, J. C. The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 79, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, June 6, 1952, newspaper, June 6, 1952; Comanche, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth888965/m1/6/: accessed June 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Comanche Public Library.