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   Olney Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 24, 1957, Olney, Texas                                Serv box 3066 3Xxr s 14 Pages Per Copy Serving the better interests of Olney and surrounding area since 1910 VOLUME FORTYSEVEN YOUNG OCTOBER V H ottings By Weldon Lacy Olney Chamber of Commerce officials were well pleased with Olney Chest Remains Short of Goal Olney Community Chests 1957 i ials had hopes that the goal would the 100 per cent donation fund raising campaign inched be reached when all the rural com Additions in the hst this week the turnout at the community thc goal lhis mumtlos business firms an clinic A though was a gap span mak N fell throughout most of the fmm the Oak M u nu ure l rk n 227 people attended the sessums Th h lnis I THREE and contributed somethmu hke ideas for the chamber of proam The clinic was a valuable thing for the chamber of com When the suggestion cards are analyted and summar ized by the West Tenas Cham ber of Commerce and the report returned to the local CC will have in Its possession compilation of the thinking of more than 200 civ icminded A mandate from that many peo ple will be far more worthwhile than a program of work that is drawn up by perhaps only a dozen 388H m iin of iii roster Kichin n I il I cKiirnian au r nllc i i Supermarket Work Started I l i Mill i I Id Ml i I I Id CC Showered With Ideas On Community Betterment Miss Owen Wins Area Queen Title Clinic on Tuesday Is Well Attended people within the chamber of Foundation work tarted Tms kd commerce There were enough sugges tions listed on the cards Tues day to keep a chamber of com merce busy for a if it attempted to carry all of them In the chamber of commerce could not possibly do all the things but with the full cooperation of the people and organizations of the much can be accom j day on the cinlriirtitiii u Parker siipci mu nru I e I he mi u Ii Itn lii i Thi which will be the in i successor til the 1arker I present downtown establishment IS heing iieeted al tin eike I MMI Iarkii of Olney on a lull blnck on the northwet corner ol the mliiec i or ami Flu Outbreak Closes i Company of School at Megcirgel I IX I I I S IX lll II i n e Hiii I SlIA ice I Mill X Prill I I i Irphnne c n i n Inlli e Iii InnIll Seixue I Illltl H I ll I t i II I I Mi n ialiih I v Karl i Minp N iih I Tile Iii i t s i i I i II lln lip ll I I X I i In Ink ill 1 I v I Sheel H I I i i i t l I I I Burglars Crack Take From Firm Here In U IIIIKI Il4ih Wichita rjdls the general emi on the jnli and expects to Megargel schools were closed The first step has been complete the all build two days this week because of i We a dynamic program mg in about Inn I an outbreak of influenza among VMHIIL Cull Lets all pull together to II Parker of Wichita the pupils and txm i put the work program in action owner of the 1aikcr chain of gro j On Monday 40 per I in Holt and accomplish the many goals j told the Knterprise that i cent of the student body and Umks In set t Utterly ridiculous and un cried the peo ple of Brazos home of Texas Their county was assigned auto li cense plates with the prefix let ters which to Aggies sounds a mite too much like the call letters of their the University of The Ags might take in the knowledge that tags with AM letters are now appearing on Austin And speaking of Tackle Jim Stanley of the football team was in quite a hurry to get out of Fort Worth and back to College Station after thc game with TCU Good See Back AllStar Grid Team Members te Meet Men planning to play on the Ol ncy team in the OlncyArcher City all star football game on No vembcr 10 have been called by I the building would contain OIK square feet of floor space Pacing south toward the high the store will be 120 feet across the front and 100 feet in 1arker One of the prime features of thc Charles Mitchell and Rex How to meet at No I Lay Drive Inn at a m October several of the teachers were i imnts Kelwell absent because of so Sup IMnlel Inn Mitch erintendent John Hopkins dis ill Scrxui siatmM iihell Truck missed the school for the rest Iauis Sipis of that day and Tuesday and Station and I ml Kiev a j called for a reconvening on tor LIONS CLUBS ANNUAL BROOM SALE SLATED HERE TUESDAY Double Coronation r ii U ni i II h i i ii tin nl t heii t M in I nl pi in II III IX I Unix Ill Mi N i Ii Ill X I in i l U In lx Hi I illii x Hi I Iin Ii in i i minium I I I 1 Ilt I Ml M u i I Ini IllUJrl Mn I IMM i M ion Ii jl i I j Nocoiia Bailie at i uh Ma Olney Lions Club members on successlul that a few other lndax I t I Tuesday will carry out their an nual project of selling mops and other houseehold items made by blind persons in thc Lighthouses for the blind in Tex The project will be under gen erl direction of Lurcn club and Rufus McCas chairman of the clubs ac tivities Campbell said a caravan from thc Lighthouse for the Blind in Kort Worth will arrive in Olney early Tuesday and that club mem bers will meet it at City Hall at 8 a to pick up their merchan Cluli ol Texas tried it the fol lotting year The project snow ami llolibs elected IH57 Hney lliuli Si rnntliiill and noxx of Lions i in a mcetim of the fooihall ham Clubs throughout Texas sell many Monday To Be Held Tuesday Night iffm thousand dollars worth of the and the Hand Swert Parent Tem ber Axsocia ii iiiinl feature of the the Hal Mi goods each furnishing gain heart will he crowned duiing thetion will stage Us Ing entertain ful employment and financial in halflime show dependence for many workers in the Lighthouse for the blind Olney citizens were urged by The Hand elected nomi lowe en in iruile School nees for thc title of Hand Sweet jI inday night Oetolier 29 heart in a meeting Tuesda If tradition bold hundreds Lions Club officials to patronize I but the identity of the the thus aiding the local club arid the blind people of Tex The various types of brooms will not be made publicly knnxxn until lndax night The immi nees are Linda Kay Iaik er and Nedra flay Theres No Shortage Of Flu Vaccine Here and other blind made products Runners up in the are on display in the window of queen no Perkins Titnberlake flock to Ilir Ini In i lannei jp iiid elllelLilinili III I ll X In In III i Il II tf Die i MIX I her al i uik un Ihe detaiU xvnk i Hul xtill In HUM ui ihi In mi In Olney Area Gets Additional Rainfall fll X il y In i C C Atlivd lhi I h disc and start the Perkins Titiiberlake land Theresa Olney Started Project as atlendanls lor thi ll is with special pride that thej HUFF HOSPITALIZED The iaptain Olney riub into Ihe Uny Hull underwent of Ihe blind made i im x in n Ihe team Is scheduled to start the local club I workouts for the mitch this week Ini 11 ii i 1 I I Ome i tin K k in Mnn no person who m play in the all star game KliLililr are Ibose who played their last high school football in 1955 or Those wishing to come out for the team should get in touch with Billy Green or Hank cochairmen of the players com mittee They both work at Brad ford Supply The second annual allstar game will be played on thc Olney m MnM Mn i i k I l Un I II I I III Mo i IM l h il I Al 6 JO M in in il i t in I 1 il IH I i hi i i ii sponsored by thc Ameri can Legion posts of Olney and Archer Six Defendants Pay Fines Fer Speeding Six defendants charged with vi olating the Olney speed limit paid fines totaling in Olney City Court during the week of October a report by Police Chief Loyd Keetcr Other fines collected one for SIS for reckless driving and for delinquent parking tickets Collections fi nm the parking Grand Opening Set By Jewelry Store i Mi and Mi I Mi r th Hnl hi where Ihex u 111 lie gucslii hool I lor siveral o Lewis x bool loolbiill mother and also and theit I Formal grand opening will be held October by Le Roys Jewelry jn its sparkling new location at 103 Main with doors scheduled to open at 9 announced that orchids will be presented as favors to the first 200 women 14 years of age or more who enter thc store Many free including diamond watch bands and many will be given away in drawing throughout the Upham announced in a fullpage ad in this Enter The new one of the most modern and attractive such es floor covered beigecolored asbestos Hat Private Room A special new feature of the store is a private sales room in the front where custom ers can inspect diamonds and oth er merchandise in The modern motif is further stressed in thc design of the stores exterior which fea tures Roman brick and On one side of the entrance is a 15foot display with the slanting six inches from top to On thc oth er side of the entrance are two three by three foot box display indow s Harrx ihe docloi s say oily Iin h am plenty foi ix i tablishments in this entire Ipham who has been in the is located in a 25 by 80foot jewelry business here since which made possible the cxpan pointed out that he gicatlv m of many lines of merchandie increased his stock of gift ii nutei totaled 53 04 making the the addition nl seseral new in the S to Iohce Id Ui total enue oie and has added a on Im1 I paikiiu lur the l he mrtilini lighted of baby h week SUio4 are of prima vera wood i i The eiih Ii I by I milie I 111 natural blond and VX al iMne i city diiceis during the week in nut Recessed wall cases and the reiiiodenni nf Hie IUM h eluded lixe for one1 for pegboard display areas are reckless one for making used extensively throughout thc excessive noise with a muffler which is designed with a and one for driving without white ceiling with two long rows of fluorescent lights and ing trie Company installed electrical and Hanson and h llll Il I HI i Il Ini 01 I Ii 1 pi i I Hie i k d Ini ll I llnweek Thui IK tuber 17 wen Ihuisiljy TM2 Saturday HI 4 Sunday Monday uesday Vil and Ihiirvlay A low of 47 I Mix J i I AI In i i iii I I Alii M linger ll I Acll i hjirnur e anl ul hi Mr Hill i 10 In f ItoiAill Deposits Nearly Million On Banks 50th Anniversary The Mill I Illll iII ii Ml d pi 1 1 1 il lni Inr I hi liar 7 i Mil Mie hold f jpOiriig jt jdelcd on Street The prebcnt jn orchid to earh 200 women who attend the opening Other i i Mn VtH depo tin hank m ihe Detober 11 wen llsled W m i i i ui in Travis Johnson did the interior free prizes will be awarded in drawings throughout the O17fll Capital total finish of priicnt West Spring Creek In h i n I 1 I I I M I jvhlel s rcelni H i a about the institution built a Krnekt Hum Sidney Si bujldinjj in the new where Miilalchy und   

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