Crosby 5/4/1947

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her Fort to parents, Drew Mrs. Grand Mrs Mrs. in ill. Oklahoma Sunday. visit Coggins and Mrs. California. 4. arc E, been Dallas and home of her of as Howard Denton will have j' nnd been Nlm- and Denton. NEW USCC HEAD — Earl O. Shrew. above, of New York, vice- president of the General Electric Co., is the newly elected president of the United States Chamber of Commerce. He succeeds William K. Jackson of Boston, vice- presidcnt of the United Fruit Co, Lolilse Romaoa of Fort Worth recently visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vcss Pippcn. J. H. NImmo has been ill. CHAPEL Mrs. Roy Turpln was in Eanger to attend a birthday dinner at the home of Mrs. Lonnie Penninglon, honoring Mrs. Peniiington's mother. Mr. ad Mrs. K. B. Moslcy of Green Valley visited Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mosley. Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Stevens and son of Dallas and Mrs. Charity Turpin of Carrolllon visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Turpin. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Keen and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Owens of Denton. Mrs. Lula Lijisirue and son of Aubrey visited Mr. nnd Mrs Fred Cole Sunday. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mays recently were Mr. and Mrs. Alien Underwood i>.nd daughter of Mc- Kinncy, Mrs. Ozella Snuffing of Denton, and Mr. and Mrs. H L Mays of Denton. Mr. and Mrs. George Harlierr have had as their guests Mr. a Mrs. Marvin Hiirbern of Dall and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Adcod; and daughter of Aubrey. Mrs. J. M. Sims, Sr. and Mrs J. M. Sims, Jr. of Sanger visited Mr and Mrs. Tom Walde Loyd Vaughn is ill with th mumps. Miss Peggy Turpin has been visiting Miss Mildred PenninKtoi f Saiiger, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McReynold' :iavs had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Edd Shotwcll and Mrs. Dean Shotwell of Gainesville. Mr. und Buck Dunafan of Rector spent Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ledbetler and family. Mrs. Nora Slit-lion visited her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs Jim Siprs of Lewisville Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nolen Thurmond and daughter cf Denton spent Sun- nay with his parents. Mr. am! Mrs Arno •inunnoiid. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Kellcy, Mr and Mrs. Archie Kelley, all of Dallas, spent Sunday with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Kellev Mrs. Bob Lutz and children of Dallas visited her brother, Mr and Mrs. Wilford Crosby last week Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Hammonds and son of Dallas spent the week end with Mrs. Hammonds' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Thurmond and family. Quintal Kelly and son of D«nton are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Detmar Kelly this week Mr. and Mrs. Ura Massey of Grand Frifiirie spent Sunday wiili *', nnd Ml ' s - William Patterson Mr and Mis. Pete Thurmond and daughters, Ellen Ann nnd Shirley of Dallas spent Sunday with tamti"" 1 MrS ' A ' H ' Thunno i' (i «'"' Mr. and Mrs. Travis Johnson visited Ins parents Mr. nnd Mrs Oarc Johnson of Aubrey last week' Miss Peggy Joe Thurmond spent last week-end vlslllnr; relatives In IJillIllS. Mr. mid Mrs. Wllfnid Crosbv visited in Port Worm Sunday ' Mrs. Dave Stocknrd. Mr. and Afrs^BllI Sfockard ot Lewlsvllln Mrs. Revier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Farrin.^ton and family Sunday. H. L. Harbor ntxl Herbert Dobson of Dallas visited Mr. and Mis. Henry Dobson nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wiltord Crosby Saturday. ADBIIEY Delmon A. Pettit is ill of malaria in the Veteran's Hospital at McKinney. Gilbert Rosson is ill in a McKinney hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McNatt visited Andrew Rogers in the Denton Hospital and the Arby McNatt lam- ily in Denton. Mr. and Mrs. George Mine and children of Fort Worth visited Mr. and Mrs. George Plummer. Miss Lanelle Rue of Dallas visit- ecl her great-grandmother, Mrs, Polly Tidmore. Johnnie Kodriqne?. and Bob Dunlap of Dallas nnd Carmen Rodriguez of Fort Worth wore guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jose Rodriguez. Mr. and Mrs. John Ashford of Whitesboio visited friends in Aubrey. Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Simpson have had as recent guests Miss Clydene Simpson of T. S. C. w and Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Johnson and daughter of Garland. Mr and Mrs. Mart Haire of Grapevine and Miss Floyx-e Haire of Fort Worth visited Mr. and Mrs. G. W. flobers and Mrs. Garland McCarson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stone of Bartonvillc visited her parents Mr and Mrs. Garland Honsden. Mrs. Mac Edwards of Dallas is visiting Mrs. Nora Mclntosh and children. Mrs. J. B. Morris and dnugher, Jeanne, are visiting in Ardmore! Mrs. Lula Lips! rue and Billic Fred v:eri' in Fort Worth and Dallas. Mrs. Dane Davis and mother Mrs. Felecia Pctcrsen of Lake Charles arc visitint; Mr. and Mrs Frank YarbroiiKli. Mr. and M:- s . C. A. Haren of Borger are visitint; friends in Aubrey, his mother. Mrs. Pearl Harcn nnd his- sister,'Mrs. Sy l.ockart ill Dc.iton. J. C. Ha.vnie is slowly improvin<» at his home hero following treatment at Medical Arts Hospital, Dal- IflS. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Rans-n- bergcr are parents of a baby boy born April 27 Disiribuli(m*'DeUiycd "* INDIANAPOLIS. May :i — (/•.'} — | Approximately 600,000 copies of| the May issue of the International! Teamster, official inosjaiilne of the ' AFL hueinatlomtl brotherhood of 1 teamster.", warehouseman, eimuf- ! feurs and helpers, failed to reach the post office yesterday. I Truck drivers—membtvs of the Teamsters' union—who haul the magazine from the printing plunl, wore on strike. Few of us cjive our lo which lhey are

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  1. Denton Record-Chronicle,
  2. 04 May 1947, Sun,
  3. Page 12

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