Crosby 6/10/1947

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Crosby 6/10/1947 - JllSTIN J. B. Green, Hlllsboro automobile...
JllSTIN J. B. Green, Hlllsboro automobile agency employe, former resident here, visited Justin last week end. Mrs. C. W. Moser and Mrs. C. K. Briscoe of Krum visited Mrs Albert Voth Thursday and Friday. The house guests, with Mrs James Bush and Carol Ann Voth, cionightcrs of the hostess, went to Port Worth during their stay in Justin. Attending a reunion of the Hen- derspn family, the first since marriages ot thu Henderson children arc: Mr. and Mrs. Al Johnson of Baltimore. Md., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gwin and daughter Sharon of Waco, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Henderson and children from Big Spring, dividing their time in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Henderson, and with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Henderson and son Philip, also of Justin. E. S. Fitzgerald of Grandbury was guest speaker at the Justin Church of Christ Sunday while the regular minister, Claud Holcomb, spoke at the Welch Street Church of Christ in Denton. Mr. and Mrs. Pesto Faught visited in Carrollton last week end. Mrs. P. G. Rumsey of Fort Worth is visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Rob Green. Bobby Cope, young son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cope, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Roy Atkins in Norman. Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Puller Judge are operating a new cafe on the new highway south of the Justin bank. C. W. Noble of Carrollton visile.I in Justin Thursday, Mrs. G. W. Seely is building a new home in Justin, south of the Baptist church. Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Spradley and daughter of Fort Worth visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Florence. Mr aud Mrs. John Jones and daughter, Carroll Jane, of Claude, visited relatives and friends in Justin last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Shipp and daughters. Helen, Bobby Jo, and Sarah of Lamesa visited his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Haney, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. De Royce Sharp of Fort Worth visited her mother nnd father, Mr nnd Mrs. A. D. Haney and sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Bond. Mrs. W. A. Laxon and small son Richard Dougtes. are at home from .he Denton Hospital. D. Womack Is recovering from severe lacerations of his hand suf- 'ercd In a locker plant accident here. McCUKLEY Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Thunnonc were hosts to a family gathering 3unday when their children from Dallas visited them: Mr. and Mrs Delmas Thurmond, Mr. and Mn Foy Thurmond, Mr. and Mrs. V. O Thurmond, Mr. and Mrs pete Thurmond, nnd daughters Ellen Ann auc Shirley. Mrs. Henry Landers has returned [rom Grapevine where she visited her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Will Landers. The Rev. Arthur Stamps and son Vestal of Dallas were here Sunday. Mr. anti Mrs. Wllford Crosby and son, Wtlford, Jr., Mrs. Henry Dob;on, Mrs. Emmett Crosby of Don- Ud visited Mr. and Mrs. Solen Haynes and children of Vernon. Miss Dora Ann Stockard is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Putinan in Corsicana. Ray Morris visited h;s mother, Mrs. Waller Morris of Lewisville. Mrs. Tom Talley and Tom Clark visited their nieces, Mrs. Ruby Lee Hlckman and family of Port Worth during the week end. Gene Jenkins and Miss Peggie Stou|)e of coleman visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jenkins, and her aunt, Miss Clara Owen this week tnd. Mr and Mrs. Clay Robertson of 'China's Chapel spent Sunday with Mr. anil Mrs. William Patterson. Mr .and Mrs. Bill Stockard of Lewisville spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Stockard. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hammonds and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Vaughn and .son of Dallas spent Sunday visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Thurmond. Mrs. Mary Clarty Mrs. Lizzie Gordon, Mrs. Jim Gordon, Mrs. R. K. Thomas of Frisco visited Mrs. Tom Talley and Tom Clark Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Iravis Johnson and children had as their guests this veek, Mr. Johnson's parents, Mr. ind Mrs. G. Johnson of Aubrey. Mrs. Mollic Gulltgo of Dallas vls- ted Mrs. Tom Talley last week end. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dobson visited lls mother, Mrs Melissa Dobson, ast week. Mr. and Mrs. Bates Whitelock and G)iUfin>n of Green Valley vlsiteo Mr. and Mrs. Travis Johnson lust week. Mrs. Henry Womack and son, Paul, of Lewisville were guests of Mr .and Mrs. Buck Stockard last week. Some pineapples have been known to attain a weight of 17 pounds. If You Want the B««t LET US DO IT. Denton Roofing & Metal Work* Ph. 942 125 E. McKinney ISTHS DEUCE SMALL Eft? Magic words will never pay the bill! Where there's a RISK there's insurance. We Have It — Call Us.

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  1. Denton Record-Chronicle,
  2. 10 Jun 1947, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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