The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 92, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, October 2, 1964 Page: 3 of 16
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ith, typical of the!
I of the Comanche v_
there Association. Mrl
I discuss education in |
Bdnn McPherson, ]
itkm said the meeto
Iheld at 7:30 o'clock]
*• Layne School cafa
3 for $1
I Rains May Spall
a / w • AMWI DICKSON, Ji., f* sooty Afoot
Meeting Of T#ar| Heavy rains over many parts
in the high school
' - Ntnv members were
jjtSv; C.my JMnk,
* i,, Ellen Creek, hlator-
Hilt, reporter; and
■ program chalr-
Jfr, •:. e,i the speaker,
of the state have brought long-
sought relief to drouth-atricken
pastures and empty stock tanks
and have brightened future crop
prospects for many farmers and
Screwworm flies may also be
welcoming the moisture. Confined
to the areas along water courses
*P W®o stock tanks dtifttig
most of the summer, the Insects
generally take off cross-country
during the .fall season when every
oTuck hole and creek contains
water. This brings about the an-
nusl fall Increase In WTswworm
Infestations that eradication of-
tlctals have warned about.
No cases have been reported in
nldUf'CU 'W''****'" wni icjjwicu m
Xkirpcr presented an [Texas for more than seven weeks
rVh, ..hcntl.1 ry aemiJLax^npw. so officials feel that no
. the University of screwworms exist in the state to
^it the University
Ifcist summer. The
for talented high
start a buildup. However, rains
have also been prevalent in North-
ern Mexico, and migration of ln-
"uitry students. —~ ---------, —- ....a. **
,u “ x weeks I was at «wts from that country into the
■yL.y i was treated ex- U.-8. presents a danger. No build-
Inv regular college stu-i'ip of fnfestatlons has been ob-
* J i could not have a .served in the Mexico states ad-
‘opinion, probably the‘Joining Texas, although western
CJ) of the summer pro-1 Chihuahua and eastern Sonora,
[JL to give us a taste of;below Arizona, have experienced
L so that we will not i considerable problems with screw-
l lOTt when we enter as worms.
1 The next 4-5 weeks should tell
L, were 34 outstanding stu- the tale as to whether livestock
FL chemistry section of the producers will have to doctor more
r | “wormles” this year or not. As
t vre's made for an FTA a precaution, stockmen should
( *],, October 15, to help --*
V Jf j
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY& SATURDAY, OCT. 2 & 3
-at expenses of delegates
u state meeting In the spring.
*r shumpes gave a talk
“Chemistry Program at
-.ftpcty for Talented Stud-
[m account of his seminar
I University of Texas.
by Faith Bo nick
bjr former home town of
jo Heights is about ten
. larger than Comanche. I
[flat a majority of the dif-
0 can be attributed to this
1 as far as schools are oon-
i We usually had about
|*Ddents In each class.
I tended to make the class-
jf impersonal for the most
|«bile here in the CHS class-
person Is an Individual
[utcher can help each par-
enting to these needs. Al-
. rtudent-teacher relation-
i much more informal here,
fire friendlier toward each
i Vds" here are much less
tinted, too. If they feel
something, they can
I without the fear of being
town's people themselves
■ore friendly. If you meet
Run on a street, you stop
for a while; even people
never met before talk to
Mnk this Is probably what
me most. I was In a
| riser. a lady came up and
peed herself to me and we
for a while. I think It's
I wonderful when people do
i people here seem to take
line and take things easy.
Moun t mean they are lasy,
|Uut they just don’t rush
This I think Is going to
i lurdeset thing for me to
-from CHS WARRIOR
keep a dose check on their ani-
mals and treat cuts, scratches
and other wounds, so that If
screwworm flies do manage to
allp through the barrier none,
their livestock will be protected.
Foil Those Aphids
Says County Agent
j V‘‘ r vj'f
Same very unique materials are
being used by U. 8. Department
of Agriculture scientists to repel
Insect pests, says a report from
the Comanche County Extension'
Service. One of these is aluminum
Strips of foil, placed between
rows of plants and around borders
of plots, reduced aphid infesta-
tions by 96 to 98 percent in teats
' at Beletsville, Md.
The scientists do not knew,
however, why Che aluminum re-
pelled the aphids. They are look-
ing into this and into the possible
practical application of tbla tech-
4 for $1
V • > «•**» /» /
5 for $1
j Flat Cans
express our deepest
« to everyone who be-
kindnesses , on us during
and passing of our
Id father. Charley O. Stan-
are especially grateful
aaspita; staff, to the fun-
"*staff' and to our many
* »nd friends In our home
*“*• 'tay God bless you.
prayer.—The Charley O.
joerrom^i to 9^
MONDAY- Spanish Rice, But-
tered Cbm, Greens, Cabbage and
Pineapple Slaw, Bread, Milk and
TUESDAY — Country Fried 1
Chicken. French Fries. English
Peas, Pickles, Bread, MUk, and
Peaches with Wafers.
WEDNESDAY — Hamburgers
with lettuce, tomatoes, onions.
Potato Chips, Cheese Sticks, Milk
and Apricot Cobler.
THURSDAY — Roast Beef
with Gravy, Fluffy Potatoes,
Green Beans, Congealed Sated.
Buttered Batter Bread, Milk, and
FRIDAY — Crispy Fried FUh
with Catsup, Baked Beans, Ho-
miny, Toased Salad, Bread, Milk,
White Cake with Pink Filling.
Deeds Recorded . .• ^ -
Lillian M. Johnson and hls-
band. Fred L. Johnson of Coman-
che County, et al, to Normal Gail
Moore and wife, Bessie Mae, 74.86
acres land In Comanche County
out of the Lampasas County
School Land Three League Sur-
vey. Consideration $4,800 caMi.
Donnie Dee MaDougal and wjfe,
Carolyn Sue, to Jack W. Smith
and wife, Lucille W. Smith, all
that certain parcel of land In the
City of Comanche, being part of
Block 19, Armstrong Addition to
the City of Comanche. Considera-
OTV OF COMANCHE Invito* bids on a PoMm car
xnhject to the following terns:
( ‘(|,J fWcrv*a the right to refuse any and all bids which
diem unacceptable for any reason whatsoever and
°t ihe amount of the Md.
mu*t take present police car In trade.
mu»t a**uma cost of change over on Red Light,
»M l>c a new ear—1984 model preferred If available
I - Must *-
have a full frame.
Mum he a 4-door model.
"tine horsepower not below *50, maximum $25,
8 '.vpe engine. •
hav* alternator, U amp or more.
. v'Kt ha'e left side spotlight, cowl or door mount
"xt have rear view mln-ows, outside type, on both left
. I'"" h^ve hack op lights.
"Peed windshield wipers required.
”* 1’~~‘~nmrst pawl nqulii d--
M*"r'r and Defroster required.
sBs' ^tevo standard stick shift transmission.
"J^nmeter must be of certified calibrated type.
, "M he fully suppreaoed agnbi-f radio Interference,
i spark plugs.
?? **** «snergency flasher set which flashes park
i 'll lights together.
"1,, have the right to examine preoeat police car
|» "^" ‘xonable time.
BE OPENED AT CTtT HALL,
MONDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER ltth, 1984.
46 OZ. Can
3 for $1
46 Ox. Can
3 for ’1
(r. Style Corn
Early Garden Peas
I Em SIN
SAVE ON THESE —303 Can 14os.Battla
—• 6 for SI
2 lbs. 1.44
AA LARGE WHIT*
2 dozen 79c
"wE GIVE S&H GREiN~STAMPS
Froth y rroztn iv oz. rxg.
CUCUMBERS Eadi Sc STRAWBERRIES 11 SI
BRl PEPPERS Ea. 5c SHRIMP ttM.Pkj57c
Tokay Banquet 8 oz.
GRAPES 1b. 10c POT PIES HI
10 oz. Fkg.
DOUBLE STAMPS WEDNESDAY
15 lb Baa S1.»
A Good Summar
3 lb. Con
Kimb.lll'i 12 ox. Can
LUNCHEON MEAT Me
Rath'* • Cos
VIENNA SAUSAGE 5far$1
PORK & BEANS 1
Rll meat lb.
Cedar Form . lb.
49c Chu,? 43c
%% Fresh Grouad Beef lb. 3Se
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Wilkerson, J. C. The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 92, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, October 2, 1964, newspaper, October 2, 1964; Comanche, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth892132/m1/3/: accessed December 10, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Comanche Public Library.