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Denton Record-Chronicle from Denton, Texas • Page 5

Denton, Texas
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W. BOVELL OIL COMPANY Phone 225 123 So Elm Money to Loan To Pay Your Monthly Bills MERCHANTS FINANCE CO Denton 10 Members of C. Faculty on State Program Ten S. C. W.

faculty members will appear on the program of the 61st annual convention of the Texas State Teachers Association in San Antonio Thursday, Friday and Saturday. President L. H. Hubbard of C0lle 8 chairman of the committee to make a report on the educational program activities of the state biennial. 1936-37 and 193733.

Also attending from S. C. w. will be 59 other teachers and staff members according to a check made by the publicity department of the in- slitutlon. Directing activities of the Health and Physical Education Association of Texas, which is meeting in conjunction with the teachers' association.

will be Dr. Anne Schley Duggan, director of physical education at the college. Serving as chairman of the division of representatives of placement committees will be R. J. Gamer, director of the DEXTOX, TEXAS.

HECORIl-CllKOXICtE, NOVEMBER 28, 1939 serving Bird-Brand Pure Pork Sausage with his breakfast It has that delightful flavor which will start even the grumpiest husband off on the right foot. joma at APPEAL TO AUTUMN APPETITES PURE PORK SAUSAGE your dealer for the attractive recipe folder by that name. Homer Curtis Company Drags Uenton. Texas Help Your Ilium; Town Grow. Always Demand Morrison's Peacemaker Flour OUIM'KA'YEK OF VliANKSGiv'lNG rii Thee Lord thai Peace doth reign In this fair land of ours.

And if to Thee 'tis all the same Suggest Peacemaker Flour for yours. THE MORRISON MILLING CO. Home Owned Owner Operated Mitchell's Every Day Bargains FRESH Bread 3 loaves lOc Always at Your Command Electricity is an ever obedient servant. It is economical and convenient. Use it freely, CITY OF DENTON WATER AND LIGHT DEPARTMENT itio uKr.o'o in Fccfiics for recreolion ond roiuvonolron.

Tiio mineral wolors ond Aeropaulic bolKs willi complolo massOGC. Ergkifi-nila long sun veronda, luxurious occommodolions. BoouliW Where America Djinb It's to HEALTH." Oula'oor ociiviliss ol iKcir Hoollh Plon i.icludino room, moolj, massages, from $35 wcelc. European plan $2 day. Write tie booUol.

Gambrell, Manager. THE BAKIR HOTEL MINERAL WELLS, TEXAS Ki ds Have Fun and Needy to Food Mackey, A. Walvoord, L. H. Moore, Jeroine Moore.

Paul Young, Andrew Ashburn. b. M. Ellison, T. L.

Morrison, James Taylor; Misses Mary S. BufTum. Mary D. Taylor, Blrge, Anne Scliley Uuggan, Natalie Barllru, Mary Catherine Boone, Virginia Bourquardez. Emily Cate.

Agues Murphy. Elizabeth Osllund. Doris Peterson, Hazd Rlcliartlson. Jeanette ScliloUinanu. Katherlne Winter, Branclie Williams.

Mary K. Sands. Wlinle Mae Crawford. Stel- I la Lou Owslcy. Annie Romberg, Iva Chapman, Martha Saundcrs.

Rebecca Swit2cr, Lura Mae Burton. Esther Wallace, Elida Marion Pearson, Sarah Lee, Clara Tucker, Bess CaldweU, Mary Uolduunn, Nell Morris. Mamie Walker. Annie Roni- berg, Joy Adams' and Helen Ludc- man and Willis H. Clark.

The kils had fuu nnd the ncedi- will have food a-, a Texas Theater Saturday college placement bureau. Dr. Mrs. Land em Dies in Sanger Home Special to Record- Chi onit-le. SANGER.

Nov. ter- vices for Mrs. Mehilda Jane Landers. TO. vim died Sunday mom- ing in her house, were held Monday afternoon in the Church of Christ conducted by Lylc Price of Denton, assisted by Rev.

L. C. Grecr of Sansei. was in the Bolivar cemetery and p.illbears eight of grandsons. Mrs.

Landers was born in Boonc County. was married to w. A. Landers in Marshall, after which Iliey moved to collin couniy Texas They later lived in Cookc Coumy. They have lived here for the past 30 years.

She had brcn a member Illic Church of Christ 40 years. She is survived by her husband and Hie 3 children: Mrs Esse Phillips ol Frisco, O. P. Landers of uenton, a son in Dallas, and V. R.

survivors are 36 grandchildren. 13 great grandchildren, a Will Mundy, three Mrs. Rippy of Frisco. Mrs. Maggie Galbreath and Mrs.

Dick Rippy of Sanger. i'trsoruls Mr. and Mrs. A. E.

McNeill and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hurd visited Mr.

and Mrs. Charles Ewell in Clc- burne. -Mr. and Mrs. Hurd remained for a longer visit.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cowling and U. A. Burkholder visited Billy Vaughn Burkholder in Fort Worth.

Mrs, Musgraves and children of Fort Worth visited Mr. and Mrs. E. Pate. Mrs.

C. A. Cro.wson and Miss Cynthia Crowson visited relatives in Valley View and Gainesville. Mrs. A L.

Gentle and Mrs. O. H. Bailey Jr. of Denton visited rel- Utives here.

ADMIRATION coffee Vacuum Can OLD? Used at that first sneeze, this sptctak bed medication for the nose a most colds helps Iceep colds from developing, i. VA-TRO-NOL Hot Drinks Cold Drinks Sandwiches Served.With Care And Cleanliness Kimbrough-Tobin Phone 47 Look! Opening Specials TERMANENTS S7.50 for S3.75 $5.00 for $2.50 5175 for $1,5" TltV OUR PERMANENT Two $5.00 lYrmanrnls for the of One If Two Ladies Come Together ALL W'OKK GUARANTEED Bonnie's Beauty Shopjte Phone 1112, Denton, Teias. 719 S. Locust Si. nnd J.

L. Landers of ga gram at the convention. These students arc Misses Helen Marritt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ex-students 01 s.

u. w. and col- Mcrritt, 1017 Austin Avenue, who senior music education major at the college, and Miss Frances Jo Ware, daughter of Mrs. Vernon 114 Bernard Street, junior music education major at the col- cer Sicker u-iil be chairman ol the school board members' division, and Francis w. Emerson, college registrars, stoker aho will serve on the committee to study enlarged administrative units.

Other S. c. W. teachers who will serve as chairmen of sectional di- isions include: Miss Winnie Mae with a formal dinner at the Gunter Hotel in San Antonio Friday evening at. o'clock.

Miss Lura Mac Uurton, ol the college art faculty, is in charge of arrangements for the dinner. Crawford, auditorium group; Dr Rebecca Switzer. Spanish group; liss Martha P. Sanders. French is editor tl-o Texas iroup; Mrs.

Persis C. Terhune. mu-! Physical Education sic education eroup. Dr. W.

monthly publication, Miss Hazel A. Jiichardson, of the pliysirnl cclucallon faculty. atir's Bui 1 partment, is president of the Texas Association of Music Scliools, which is also meeting in San Antonio in wIUi the teachers S. C. W.

this year. Two Dcnlon sludculs. with 21 other students from S. C. w.

will appear on the music-dance pro- lege. Among Those to Attend Among thaw planning to attend from S. C. W. arc: Mines.

Matiie i Lloyd Woolen, Marion Rowland Roberts, and Persls Carter Terliune, Dean E. V. While, Earl C. Bryan, Emory G. Horgcr, J.

Carl Weaver, William E. Jones. Max Shipley. R. J.

Garner, Spencer Stoker. Thomas E. Pierce, R. J. Turrcntine, A.

E. SALE CONTINUES A Golden Opportunity for all who good clothes. We are con- our- of stuniiinjr ll Dresses anci Slices: Dresses for all occa-. sioiis- -all with the style, quality and.expensive details you expect in 1 liiisselrs Dresses. Save money, dress up for Thanksgiving now at these Money-Saving Prices! SILK and WOOL DRESSES REDUCED In Groups S3 S5 S7 $10 S14 FUR-TRIM COATS AND SUITS PRICE AND LESS UNTR1MMED COATS Uhicks and Colors.

Some Tweeds. Reduced ONE GROUP OF FORMALS Ucd need ALL FUR COATS REDUCED S24.75 to S199.50 I. MILLER SHOES lilack Suede, High and Low Heel Shoes. All Fall Styles S9.95 JOHANSEN SHOES Kver.v Fall and Winter Style of Joliansen Shoes Arc On Sale Thronjch Thanksgiving For $5.85 ALL SUEDE RED CROSS SHOES S5.S5 CONNIE and PARIS FASHION SHOES 84.46 S3.40 Shop at SAFEWAY far savings. Our EVERY-DAY Prices Are Extremely LOW CLOSED ALL DAY THANKSGIVING CRANBERRIES CELERY, 2 COCOANUTS GRAPEFRUIT ORANGES ONIONS QL Large, Each Texas Seedless, 1'cxas 288 Size, Doz.

Yellow, JJ)S. MEATS DRESSED HENS ROUNDORLOINSTEAKS CHUCK ROAST GROUND BEEF MINCEMEAT I 17c 15c 6c 19c 10c 5c 16c 19c Pure Pork, 1 4)1 licst in Town, Lh PORK ROAST Shoulder, Lb lOc 12k 25c 16c SLICED BACON 'r i 15c See Our Turkeys Before You Buy! These Prices Good Through Dec. 2 GROCERIES RHIIf DCTIC Orange, Lemon, Aft DULIV I EEL Citron, Lb sORPINEAPPLE-35c Crysfalizcd Full O'Gold, AA 2 No. 1 COCOANUT 19c MARSHMALLOWS a lOc MARGARINE 25c SYRUP SK: 25c CHERUB MILK "rii 18c JULIA LEE WRIGHT'S BREAD 21 Oz. Loaf 2 FOR 15c AIRWAY COFFEE 2 IBS.


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