The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 71, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, September 3, 1943 Page: 3 of 10
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Simple, distinctive and
excellently tailored dresses.
Just the thing for school
> just Arrived—large
selection of coats with class
and style. They're soft,
warm, and equal to the
moot exacting wear. Everjf
garment was specially se-
lee ted by our buyers.
You couldn’t make a bet-
ter buy thfn to get your
new Fall and Winter coat
it ROBERSON SISTERS:
H ATS ^
Just received a new ship-
ment of hats. Latest
styles, popularly priced, all
Also nice showing of Tux-
edo. Coats and new
For Sale, a Dinette Table and a Duofold.
COMANCHE’S LADIES STORE
B Strother _
stated by Rev. E.
Zephyr. Interment was in New-
Pallbearers were Jesse Reese,
C. C. Walker, a. Z. Seay. Dick
. Henson, T. R. Holmsley, and Verdo
* * lfr. Luckie was born near Waco
at A. I
tiElSF cimSr1 w
Mr. Hiller was
Zions His promotion was recently an
nounced by Colonel Thomas W.
Hastey. Commanolng Officer, ac-
R Becker cording to a public relations dis-
patch from Bolling Field.
■ on the 15th Cpl. Cottrell is the son of Al-
day of May 1««3, at Hermshelm,, bertL. Cottrell of Co»nanche and
Baywn, a,™*,,. Whan „ ..n'KC SStS«S S'j
of age, tn 1855, he, - his mother manche. His wife and sen also
and step-father and their two reside here.
children. John B. and Mike Schlee, | ' -—^-
came to America. They landed at Un. BUI Alkens. formerly Miss
New York. and MUM y train to
Are at REESE-RAIMI
UU Jut j.
united with the Mountain View
Missionary Baptist Church In 1917.
The survivors Include hls wife;
three eone: W. B. Luckie. Wlckett,
Luckie. Indian Gap
daughters: Mrs. J. H. Bradshaw,
Mrs. Troy DUtton. Mrs. A. X.
Pittman, and Mr* L. M Mad-
doux, all of Indian Oap; Mrs.
John. D. Williams. Zola; and Mrs
y train to Martha Ray HIM, has twin babies
ion May 3ft, IMS. Hls father died ILampasaas. Texas. Here la where a son and a daughter, bom Aug.
when Mr. Luckie was seven years; the railroad mded at that time. 34 at the Oonnan Hospital.
! of age. A few years later he mov-' By wagon they came to Ham 11-| — ■------- v v;.; n——-
ed with hU mother and slater to i ton County at McOirk letter Mills 8/8gt. A, J. Whitlock
HU1 County, near Hubbard, Tex- County was created and thus they Marcos visited home folks
as, ’ ' * I lived In Mills County. It was here week-end
Mr. Luckie was converted and where he found hit helpmeet In
Miss Elisabeth Mueller to whom
he was joined In holy wedlock on
the llth. day of August 1891.
After a few years this new
J. Luckie and,. E. L. family moved to the Prtddy com-
TnHifn Oap; aJid six munity. making their permanent
home'here since IWJ1
Mr. Hiller reached the ripe age
of 80 years, 3 months and 8 days.
He proved himself as a good hus-
band and father. All hls neigh-
Clyde Nichols. Lames*. One son! bors loved him. He. was a fine
.died to infancy In October of Christian gentleman A faithful
T90ft. member of thd Lutheran Church
aSttRA SWT I th., mourn hi*
U1 1900. On August 20. 1899 he death HU wife, Blaabeth Sever,
was married to Bdna Bari Jones, daughters; Mrs. Mary Schuster,
of Freestone County. In January Hamilton; Mrs. Buds Schuster,
of 1900 he purchased the home- Hyman; Mrs. Anna Druckham-
stead to the Mi. View community, mer. Eden; Mrs. Rosa Tiemann.
of Comanche County, and he moVt- Eden, Mrs. Mina Hohertz. Big
ed with hls wife to his home and spring; Mrs. Lydia Niemann,
lived until February 16, 1943. At Prlddy; Mrs. Alma Pleper. Robs-
thU time, he and hls wife moved town. Hour -sons: Fred Hiller.
4o Indian Oap. .. , Navasota: George and John Hil-
ler, Prlddy, and Willie Hiller.
Houston. Two half-brothers: John
B. and Mike Schlee of Prlddy.
Thirty-three grandchildren and 0
Mrs. Lizzie LaLurence Tidwell i Two daughters: Louise and
died at her home In Iredell on Frieda proceeded torn to death.
FUNERAL RITES HELD
IN IREDELL TUESDAY
FOR MRS. TIDWELL
Monday. August 23. She suffered
A heart atta& on Sunday, and
passed away on the following day.
Funeral services were held at
the Iredell Methodist Church on
Tuesday wltemoon. Interment was
tn the Iredell Cemetery.
Also four grandchildren.
SIDNEY YOUTH IN
Jack Bryant, outstanding young
She U survived by her hutoand, j w^raoM^l'hlrirachoo?1^^-
;Madden Tidwell; a son. Ray Tld-i'ents from Texas. Oklahoma, and
well; two grandsons. Thomas Rayj Louisiana who mastered new ar-
Bus Driver's Bonds,
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You’ll be impressed with the new and '
lovely Fall and Winter merchandise
at REESE-PALMER’S. Get ready
for the first change to cool weather
now by visiting our store and seeing
our selections of/.topflight fashions
that are wise investments for today -
We’ve an impressive
♦Lovely New Coats
♦Plaid and Wool Skirts
♦Wool and Silk Dresses
♦New Hats _ _ %
Come by today, and take a look for yourself at our
new Fall collection—and see for yourself
1 their winning virtues! ............ ■ : -
'and Carrie Von Tidwell; and twoitistlc skills
staters, and two brothers. 'music
I She was a life long friend of Texas
i Mrs D. T. Coker of Comanche
I Mrs D. T. Coker and Mrs. Lloyd
I Coker attended'the funeral ser-
vice* In Iredell Tuesday.
Mr*. Arvel Smith Is In the Oor-
man Hospital Where she recently
underwent an operation. ,.
The Red Cross First Aid School^
closed here last week. Everyone
under distinguished j seemed to have enjoyed it very
Norman Roberts, who Is ,lp the
Army, is on a furlough here to see;
hls mother. Mrs. Willie F/*v»rtv
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams
educators of the North
State Teachers College
Vacation Music School which was
held Aug. 31-29. culminating Its
activates Saturday night with a
final concert by chorus, orches- and children of Arizona have been
tra. and band, according to a visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
news release from the college
Jack is the sab of William F.
Bryant of Sidney.
PALL SHADES IN )
« ‘ ,. t\• •'
49c and 59c yd.
$1.98 to $4.45
. CRYSTAL WHITE OR
P. and G.
6 bars for 25c
54 In. Woolant
SOLIDS and PLAIDS
1.95 to 2.95 yd.
Blue Duck Pants
- , S. S. S.
$2.00 size $1.69
$1.25 size 98c
4 for 25c
WIDE AND NARROW
10c and 15c
, * 4
" 2 for 25c
‘ 36 INCH
X5e SIZE L
New Fall Suit.
$9.95 to $22-50
2 GALLON CAN
Syrup of Pepsin
BRIGHT * EARLY
SOLIDS and PLAIDS
$1.95 to $3.95
2 for 15c
Be SIZE ,
6 boxes 20c
$2.95 to $5.95
3 for 10c
2 for 15c
ft# LB. SACK
Will Fisher. f
Willis Fisher, who Is to the
Coast Ouard. visited friends and
I relatives here Sunday.
- Mrs. William Keith of Fort
! Worth has been visiting her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Watt Smith.
Mrs. Lloyd Lytle of Beaumont
Is visiting her parents. *Mr. and.
I Mrs. Will Frazier. ■
Wilson Armstrong of Ebony vis-
ited tn the Tommie Moore home
i this week.
Miss Gloria 'Jeanne Keith of
Duster spent this week with Lo*
Gaylon Solomon of Rule Is vis-
ttfng his grandparents here. Mr.
j and Mi's. L. R. Auvenshlne.
Mr. and Mrs. Watt Smith are
remodeling their house.
Bonnie Bingham and WsRer
Rac of Hamlin vlsttad the Pan
Bingham home over the wet*-,
Hcrrell Kelley, who has been
working at Brownwood, Is here
| for a lew days before hls school
‘ starts. j
Two new teachers are with the
Beattie school. They are Mrs. Ted
Roland and Mrs. John Smith.
MODERN-WAY FOOD STORE
You’ll enjoy the idea of walking into our store'^'artd
making your own selections of Autumn’s choice fruits
and vegetables, quality staple groceries,
and home killed meats.
Come by today
' money ,r.
. . and save time, effort . . . and
. . by shopping at Comanche’s big
ONE-STOP FOOD CENTER.
, . t
Monday is First Monday, and we invite you to make
our friendly store your headquarters
while in town for Trader Day!
Nolan Warren Is he*e on fur-
lough for a visit with hls par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Warren.
He Is stationed'**) OMphoma with
j the Any. _
i ' • «.
fHave a Treasure
Hunt at Home
At Thrifty Prices
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FOOD STORE *
HOME* OWNED BY FRANK VINEYARD
GROCERIES— FEED * —MEATS
BFVERAGE • BEER
JVHFN TT»S SNO-FLAKB
It’s more delicious because it is baked fresh < *
daily in our large, modern, and sanitary ovens—made
with only the finest ingredients, and specially en-
riched with Vitamin B-l.
SNO-FLAKE is swell for toasting too! Get an
extra loaf today; you can always get it at your favor-
Fdr satisfaction, demand SNO-FLAKE cakes,
cookies, and piek. Wide assortment, and popularly
pricey too! , , - . , . ' }
Consoi vt‘ MsilcriaiLs
. . . It s a Patriotic Duty
^HOME OF SNO-FLAKE BREAD AND PASTRlEiS
J. B LOWRY— 1 —CHARLES MARSHALL
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Wilkerson, J. C. The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 71, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, September 3, 1943, newspaper, September 3, 1943; Comanche, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth889032/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Comanche Public Library.