The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 66, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1938 Page: 3 of 8
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WITH SITIPRISE PARTY
'Mrs. B. P. Vaughan of Van'
le entertained a group of
foung folks at her home Thuig*
dap sight with'a sum
for Jack Vineyard.
Many games, were enjoyed and
was furnished by MaokejK «j-Qa Thursday
I HELD AT OlKENE
BOMB FOR MltfB DUDLEY
20; the channing home of Mr.
nriiSf^ nUfl3ber °f gue,U weT®- and Mrs. Cyril Oreene was the
setting lor a lovely shower given
Mias Ethel Wilson spent
week-end In Cisco.
played lavish gifts which seemed *wa Parker. Airs. J. B. Lowery,
uneaeelled for beauty and utility, Mrs. J. B. Layne. Mrs. A J. Oray,
attesting the love and good wishes Mrs. Oeolff Clark. Mrs. Bob Al-
or Miss Dudley’s many, many.Ien, Mrs J E Bonser, Mrs C. C.
fnends 1 Hampton. Mrs 6. McDonald, Mrs
Others In the house party of(JUn Moody. Thelma Krauss, Miss
this notable social function were £“*?£** °r
for Mis« Pav «,u, rviHiM „i,a Mr® Walter Durham'. Jr , Mrs _ itnun*'
.L*** r”^yi0!ow Frossard. Mrs. Sutton Dud- K- H ■ M ■
the gjjest AND MES. GAIL DUDLEY
Jray, and Miss Camlie
arid. or a bronchial UrlUUon c?t5
day may lead to serious trouble to-
“‘“ro^They may be relieved now
with Creomulsion an emulsified
Creosote that la pleasant to take.
Creomulsion is a medicinal coin-
designed to aid nature m
Ition and Inflammation and by
[aiding in loosening and expelling
The Medical Profession haa for
jeneratlona recognised the benefl-
; elal effect of Beech wood Creosote In
1 the treatment of coughs, chest colds.
irritations. A special
eras Worked out by a chem-
| and bronchial
Memmarwi _____, _
, for blending Creosote With other
Ingredient* so that now In Creomul-
sion you get a good doae of genuine
Beech wood Creosote which is palat-
able apd may be taken frequently
by both adults and children.
Creomulsion is one preparation
that goes to the very seat of the trou-
ble to help loosen and expel germ-
laden phlegm When coughs, chest
colds and bronchial troublea-due to
common colda-hang on, get a bottle
of Creomulsion from your druggist,
use It as directed and If yon are not
satisfied with the relief obtained,
the druggist Is authorized to refund
your money. Creomulsion Is one
word, ask for It plainly, see that the
name on the bottle Is Creomulsion.
and you’ll get the genuine product
and the relief you want. (Adv.)
unc the ftrlde of E R. Evaatjjey, wll0 presided over
on 8unday, Oct. 23 at • o'clock j book', and Mrs. Elton McCullough,
a. m. The joint hostesses on this Mrs Hsrley Neal. Mrs. Vernon
and Miw. -Cyril • I sham, who to-
getltef with the henaree. Mtss
Dudley, her' mother, Mrs. C. R. M
Dudley, Mis* Theresa.Dudley. Mrs
Pat Carnes and Mrs. t>ail P>, Dud-
ley, All beautifully gowned, formed
the receiving lto*.
In the decorations were cap-
tured all the loveliness of Aut-
umn's glowing colors In flowers
and plants and tall candles.
The beautifully appointed, table
was presided over by Mrs Prances
guests were more
seventy-five in - number, —
S. GAIL I
A CLEVELAND HOSTESS
TO THE SUNSHINE ClA’B
On Friday. October 21, Mr. and
Mrs. Gall P. Dudley announced
quiet luformally the ousting mar-
riage of their sister. Miss Fay
Belle EXidlfcy to E R Evans.
-r The living rsotn Was very beau-
tifully decorated with yellow chry-
santhemum m robin egg blue
The dining room was approp
Several talks and contests were
included on the program Mrs; C.
C. Hampton and Mrs. J. B. Lowery
,_______ Miss Vera Mae Edmond- *0“ the conteaf of Spelling the
; son. Mrs Oene Rauhul, and Mrs. IjOSSl thtee letter words out of
i JCftrl Shirk ■ -"I'She word, "Hallowe'en:” Miss Ca-
T;.e delicious refreshments were I^**j*a?*<.*“ awarded the
real, open sandwiches; cookies i*00*0*®11™ PJ Oe.
and macaroon*, cashew nuts andh Refreshments o. _____
rHstenlng colorful, candies. Plate J whipped rreasn and coffee
favors' were tiny chrysanthemums., served. >.
In the gift rooms, presided pvei J The guests were Mrs Sananse
by Mrs. Jack Stephens. *were dls- Wolsman, Mrs H. L. 8tewifrt*iMh..
itrs. L. C. Cleveland entertain-
ed the Alice RussaiJ Sunshine Glub_______________
Tuesday afternodb at. her home riaiely decorated with white abe-
11a and eupatorlum.
The table was laid in, la** and
A pink and white salad was
served. The plate favors were tiny
tulle clad bridr-s each bearing a
tiny corsage of pink valley 1 lilies.
to the house party Were the
most Intimate friends and mem-
and macaroon*, cashew nuts andI Refreshments of apple pie with j **5** eI the *wnUSes MHItJttlaiWt-
Din*. ' mrhmnAfi rrpttm and mffaa -rwiw ▼‘Cl.
A Corn or Grain Feed Will Put Them In Better
Condition For The
It is urgently important that all owners of Turkey flocks who will market on the
Thanksgiving Market FEED GAIN to turkeys. Don’t delay. The weather condi-
tions have made turkeys SOFT. They need a HARDENING DIET, and must have
it if you are to get best price for your birds.
FiED GRAIN TWICE DAILY. ... It will be the best means of marketing low-
priced grain and converting it into HIGH PRICED TURKEYS.
■ lb ■ ’ \
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syime mm^0m 0*Lsm.0>+0
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ALL PARTIES HAVING COOPS BELONGING TO
THE FARMERS PRODUCE CO., ARE URGENTLY
REQUESTED TO BRING THEM IN AT ONCE IN
ORDER THAT WE MAY HAVE THEM REPAIRED
AND READY FOR THE COMING SEASON. '
WATCH FOR THE DATE
WE WILL ANNOUNCE THE DATE OF THE OPENING THANKSGIVING
.MARKET AND REASSURE' YOU THAT WE WILL PAY TOP PRICES FOR
ALL YOUR PRODUCE.
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Formers Produce Company
Telephone* 383 and 187 GEO. C. McKINZIE. Mgr. ComaneM, Texet
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GEO. C. McKINZIE* Mgr.
MISS FAY BEXLE DUDLFY
I WEDS EARL RAY EVANR
IN HOMF ,. CEREMOVY
The marriage ul "MUs Fky Btlle
Dudley, daughter uf Mrs. C. R. M
Dudley of Comanche, and Xarl
.Ray Evans, clso of thia city, son
J.of R^R. -Evans of Dublin, took
Iplade at the. home of the bride’s
jnotheT at ,'nme o'clock Sunday
mornmg, October 23rd.
The niece dl the bride. Mlsa
Cathcrmc Matten of Dallas, played
the' wedding march-
Miss Theresa Dudley, Slater of
the bride attended as maid of
honor. She carried an arm bo-
quet bf amber dahlias. The bride,
| whd was given in marriage by her
brother. Elto? Dudley, wore * a
sheer wool ttre$s in plum color
| trimmed m matching velvrt^and
carried a bride’s boouet of-Rink
i dahlias. "V --
The groom was attended by his
brotheT-tn-law. M. L. McDonald
The marriage ceremony was
I performed by Rev. A. Edwin Wll-
i son. pastor of the First Baptist
! Church o! Comanrtie '""™
The home was decorated in
f ferns and cut flowers whi(*h gave
a colorful'effect foiythe occasion.
I An informal recepnon followed
;the ceremony. Mrs. G A. Marten
presided at thf coffee service and
Mrs. OaHT pudley at the wedding
Mrs "Evans was reared and
j educated in Comanche, being a
graduate of Comanche High
School, and was always very
'popular with, a large circle of
After a wedding trip to San
Antonio and South Texas, the
cduple win be at home in Coman-
che. where Mr. Evans is in busi-
ness as proprietor of the local
Western Auto Store. v ‘ .
Other xjut of town guests, who
attended the weifumg included
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Bearden and
son of "Irving. ,J. H Dudley and
daughter. Miss Martha of Demo-
crat. Mr and Mrs. CJeo A. Mar*
ten. and "Mrs Frank Taylor, all
of Dallas, R R Ev ans of Dublin
and Mr.’ and Mrs Ralph Cames
of De Lean. •
Mrs. Annie Wilson and Miss
Zarina Bell Stone of Dallas re-
cently YtntSd ip the J. O. Hood
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. La Roque.
Sammie Moore. Mr. and Mrs
Hugh Moore, Mrs. Jack. Cagle
and Mrs. Molike Cagle recently
attended the funeral of their cou-
sin.' Claud Young at Anson.
plett Dime 11 of Dallas recently
vialted at the J. O. Hood home.
A large group of students from
Keene College: accompanied by
Rev Elder Miller recently vistttfl
at the J. H. Jaynes home.
Mrs J. H. Jaynes entertained
the t\irsffay Club last week with
A quilting. Among the guests, was
Mrs. N. O. Stone and son of Los
Several from here attended the
basketball, tournament at Beattie
Mrs: N. O. Stone and son. Don-
nie went tq Dallas Sunday where
they were Joined by Mr and Mrs.
W. A. Stone and returned to their
home In Los Angeles. California
Mr and Mrs. H. J. Rachels
spent the week-end with their
parents. Mr. and Mrs! J. O. Hood.
Miss Lucille La Roque of Co-
manche spent the week-end at
home with Mr and Mrs H. E.
La Roque, v
Roberson and son and Mrs. Paul
Smith and son of Midland spent
the week-end in Comanche with
Mr. and Mrs. Bob BaWr.
All Your Curo«ity
Satisfied By \r6ur
Ask him exactly how yoifre
sure of fast Winter starting
and extreme oil economy fcy
changing now to
CONOCO SERVICE STA.
On Brownwood Highway
Insurance is, Protection. Don't take -a chance of j
iamr year Home or Investment by Neglecting-I
year fnsarmnee. ]
_ bat Strong OM Line Stock pMnnaniee
by this Agency.
J. B. ALLCORN
Insaranee and Bonds .
ME A TS
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It takes (pod meat to make a good meal.
That’s the only kind of meat we sell. Every
cut a choice one.
BIRTHDAY AND WEDDING
(^..I^WER IS HELD OCT. It
A biothcay^nik wedding dinner
was given m honcf of T J Couch
of QusLne and Mr arid Mr*. Billi
Couch of Seymour; and Mr. and*
Mrs. T. J. Couch“*ol Gustine. at
the home of Mr and Mrs. O W
Couch And family Several' of those
!present,' met for the 'first time
tin several years.
t " Dinner was » served to " sixty.
J Those presrart Fere Mr. ezid Mrs.'
J. T. Coilch* and MOricr. Mr. and
•Mrs. Bop Couch and sons. Mr.
j arid Mrs. P. X Couch and family.
Mr and Mrs Mud Mathews. Mr.
and'Mr*. T .1. Couch, Mrs Dan
Strlekldnd. Mx and Mts. Floyd
Bolton ancL .children. Mr. and
|;Mrs. Notman’, Harrison and son
all of Gustine, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Couch and family, Mr. and
I Mrs. Bill Couch, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Fite all of Seymour, Mr. and
(■Mrs. CaTl .McDonald and son of
Hty Spring. Mr. and Mrs WU1
iColich of Hamilton Floss Middle-
| too. Mr. and'Mrs Jo« Middleton
j ant children. Ml anc Mrs. Edd
Howell an children all of Energy,
! Mr and Mrs. Roy Henson and
cJxtKkwn of Pettit, mid Mr and
Mrs. O W Couch of Qustine.
W. G. Hurt and family of Marie
•pent the week-end With his par-
ents. Rev. and Mrs. S. D. Hurt..
Miss. Lavrrn Day of Sidney
spent Sunday night with her sis-
ter. Mrs. Earl Chandler. , f |
[ * Mr. and Mrs. Jewed Glasgow
and children spent Sunday after-
noon with Mr. and Mrs Millaed
(Word of Sidney. -
Becnuft^ we- handle only top quality, you
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can always be assured when you select
your meaty here, that they will never
disappoint you at the dinner, table.
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City Meat Market
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—/ .. . thanks to Blark-
‘ DriuktrU Orim, UlAt
f.WPy- lireJl'(feeliilg Ig^ckused
'^constipation, an tveityday
"uiH of energy. Don't put up
with Jt. Try the figg,,,^.
vegetable medicine *ffiat dm-
: ply makes the taay colon go
back to work and brings
prompt relief. Jugt ask for
“An old friend
•f uwisatar *
Specials On Permanents]
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF NEW
. LOW PRICES!
VOH ONE WEEK ONLY. STARTING, FRIDAY, -
OfTOBKIMtS, AND LASTING THROUGH FRIDAY,
NOVEMBER 4, WE ARE OFFERING SPECIALS/^
ON ALL PERJJ4ANENT9.
We hi»Ve recently added two new machine*—A ne>
Eugene and Dundt to our shop.
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(’i me in today and let our expert Attendants
• bring out your fr^ie loveliness v
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Wilkerson, J. C. The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 66, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1938, newspaper, October 28, 1938; Comanche, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth891173/m1/3/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Comanche Public Library.