Mostly Outside the City Limits of Coleman, Texas
"The Coleman Country Club
was located on the San Angelo Highway, five miles south of the city of
Coleman. J. P. McCord was the president and E. C. Edens was the Secretary-Treasurer."
Knox Addition - one mile northeast of the court house: (NOTE: This could have been the area east of Coleman on the east side of the creek, where my old house was, that burned.)
"Joseph B. Dibrell, Jr., and his wife Jewell, were residing in the Knox Addition. Their telephone number was 236-J. He was a partner in the law firm of Dibrell and Starnes, Attorneys. Also living at this address was Miss Elizabeth Dibrell; and Mrs. Betty Martin."
"Samuel P. Dibrell, and his wife Irene, were residing in the Knox Addition."
"Philip Holstine, and his wife Jennie, were residing in the Knox Addition. He owned a filling station at 300 North Colorado Street."
"Joseph M. Keeton, and his wife Sue, were residing in the Knox Addition. He was a section foreman for Santa Fe Railway. Also living at this address was Miss Sue Keeton, a saleslady at Penney's Jewelry Store."
"W. Thadddeus Knox, and
his wife S. Annie, were residing in the Knox Addition. He was a surveyor
with his office at 108 West Live Oak Street. Living with W. T. Knox
was Mrs. Maggie Owen."
"Jim C. Dibrell, and his wife Maggie V., were living at the Echo Ranch, 12 miles northeast of Coleman. He was the president of the First National Bank."
"Walter U. Early, District Attorney of the Thirty Fifth Judicial District Court, was residing in Brownwood, Texas."
"Miss Pattie Flippen, owner of Security Abstract Company, was living 1 mile southeast of the city. Her telephone was 811-R."
"Robert F. Green was residing 2 miles north of Coleman. He was a mechanic for M. K. Witt Motor Company."
"Joseph B. Gunn was residing 2 miles southwest of Coleman on the San Angelo Highway. He was an attendant at Cash and Clark Service Station.
"John T. Henderson, and his wife Grace, were residing at Glen Cove, Texas. He was a salesman at Horne Hardware Company.
"Harry Nichols, and his wife Virginia, was living at the Coleman County Club, where he was the golf instructor.
"Alf F. Owen, and his wife Mamie, were living on the Abilene Highway, 2 1/2 miles northwest of the city of Coleman. He was the owner of Blackie's Wrecking House."
"Early W. Rodgers, part owner of Palace Market, was residing on the Abilene Highway, 3 miles northwest of the city of Coleman.
"Harvey Smith, an attendant at H. F. Rucker's Garage, FRD No. 2.
(Coleman City Directory, 1929 - Hudspeth.)
the Coleman County website.