The Courier-Gazette from McKinney, Texas on June 14, 1951 · Page 4
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The Courier-Gazette from McKinney, Texas · Page 4

McKinney, Texas
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Thursday, June 14, 1951
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THE DAILY COURIER-GAZ.ETTE THURSDAY JUNE 14. 1951. - PAGE HU K MRS. CHVMBLEY IS HONOREE AT SHOWER NANCY ROLLINS HONORED AT BREAKFAST Mrs. Weldon Chumbley. t h e former *Jackie Morgan of Frisco, was honored with a miscellaneous shower recently, which was held in the Community Hall of Frisco. The hall was decoated with the bride's colors of aqua and yellow. Yellow daisies centred the table. Miss Nancy Wilson presided at the punch bowl while Miss Nancy Tom Collinsworth served cake. Miss Irma Jo Morgan presided at the guest book. The honoree received many use ful gifts. of Josephine; Mrs. Lloy d L on and Patricia. Mrs Jake Manen Sharon Kay and Donnie M and Mrs. Charles Hobbs, all of Abilene Mr. and Mrs. Earl \\ esberrv, of Dallas; Sam Currin, and ^Ue Gotcher of Ponder Mrs. \ erdeUc Hendricks and t harles ol An na. and the host and hos toss. Mr. and Mrs Oscar Bryant ot Sherman. ________ _ riling Prices Must Be Displayed 5 y Friday, June 15 M’KINNEYITES IN DALLAS RECITAL pre Elnora Rousseau Criswell sented in recital a group of juvenile pupds of her McKinney and Dallas studios on Friday at 5 p.m. at her home, 4807 Bryan street. Dallas. Those taking part were >andra Havs, Dick Price. Martha Lindsey, all of McKinney; Gwen King. Olga Hozel, Betty Richardson and Robb Jennings. Sandra, daughter of Dr. and Mrs R. P. Hays of McKinney, delighted the guests with two ballet dance numbers in costume at the social hour following the program. An ice course was served to over sixt\ guests. Mrs. Hays and Mrs. H. B. Cris well assisted the hostess in serving Miss Nancv Rollins, a recent graduate of Boyd High school, was honored at a breakfast Saturday morning at the home of Mrs. J. » Mooney. Mrs. W R Hollis and Miss Ann Hollis, were co-hostesses Class colors of green and gold were carried out in the living room decorations; in table decot ations consisting of baskets of yellow pansies; in the favors, consisting of packages of bubble bath attractively mounted; and in the menu. Prior to the breakfast, the hostesses presented gifts to t h e honoree. Following the breakfast. J T. Rollins made pictures of the group. Game« of canasta completed the party. Miss Billie Settle was awarded cut prize. Those enjoying the affair were Misses Barbara Boren. Billie and Bettie Settle. Sara Bates. Paula Finch Dorothv and Louise Nixon, Mrs J. T Rollins and the honoree and hostesses. MRS. COSBY HOSTESS TO CHURCH GROUP matelv §125.000,000 a year for personal and business service. Regu lation 34 applies to several hundred different types of services from Automobile repairs to Xylophone painting," Speck said. Other types of services selling businesses and professions covered by OPR 34 include laundries, ■ ’ beauty parlors. Ciwanis Club Entertains At V.A. Hospital xr .u * i cleaners, barbers, Some 8,000 firms m Northeast numlcUnSts. accountants, garages, undertakers, plumbers, elect ri cians. shoe repairmen, bicycle re pairmen, bookkeeping, public lda lions council, bowling alleys, rental agencies, etc. MRS. MORROW LEADER OF CIRCLE II NEW BLUE BIRD GROUP TO BE ORGANIZED Group No. 1 W.S.C.S. bf the First Methodist church met with Mrs. Maud Cosby in her home on North Coleman street Tuesday afternoon Mrs J. L Bright presid ed over the meeting which was opened with a song “Sweet Hour of Prayer" followed by prayer led by Mrs. Elizabeth Wright. Mrs Tom Bailey brought an inspiring devotional, her theme being Service in His Kingdom, closing with prayer. \ business session was held dining which officers for the new year were elected as follows. President. Mrs. Cosby. Vice-president, Mrs J. L. Cios- sett. Reecording secretary. Mrs. Elizabeth Wright. Assistant secretary*, Mrs L. Button. _ Corresponding secretary, Mrs. E L. Burton. . Treasurer, Mrs. J. I- Bright. Secretary of Study, Mrs. Tom Bailey. Pianist, Mrs, Tony Keen. During the social hour delicious refresehments were passed to ten members. and Central Texas which sell services must display their ceiling prices starting Friday, June In. William J Speck. Dallas Distiic Office of Price Director, remind ed today. "They must also file signed statements listing the ceding prices with the Dallas District OPS office at 1200 Jackson Stieet bv Fridav," Speck added. ‘ o'ps Price Regulation on services called Ceiling Price regulation 34 covers both personal and business services.I It MWi some 3 000 establishments in Dal iis counties of the district alone. Mr Speck estimates that 1,923,000 people in the Dallas District s fort v one counties spend approxi- Two Apprentice Seamen From This City The Kiwanis club sponsored the entertainment at the Veterans hos pital Tuesday night for the pa tients. They presented a couple of acts including songs by the Ben nie ’ Dugger Quartet and Stubby Abernathy's “Al Jolson Panto- mine." . f During the evening games ot Bingo were played with several prizes awarded after which punch and homemade cookies were pass­ 'd. , .* Those assisting with the evening’s entertainment were Fred McKinney, A. H. Witherspoon, Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Horn, Johnny Bates, Newton J. Burkett, Miss Wilma Stone, Gilbert Marshall, Ray Myrick. Forest Walters and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Scott. Our Pharmacy Department car be depended upon to fill you. Doctor’s prescription accurately Smith Drug Store, ______ Two McKinney. Texas, seaman apprentices, USN. Marion S. McCollum of 408 Heard st., and Kenneth R. Akin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Akin of Route 5, are serving aboard the destroyer USS Rooks, after helping remove her from “moth balls" at the I S. Naval Station. San Dieg. Calif. Before etnering the Naval serv ice Sept. 11, 1950, they were grad uated from Princeton High School \lorv’ with three other destroy ers from the Pacific Reserve Fleet the Rooks was re commissioned last month. She will become a part of the Destroyer Force, Atlantic Fleet, when her overhaul period at West Coast Ship Yard is com pleted. Former Attache Of U. S. Embassy Denies Remarks St. Louis, June 14 ilk$>. A former attache at the I S, Embassy in Seoul, Korea, has denied the truth of Secretary ot State Dean Aeheson’s recent remarks that no State Department officers have ever written oft the Chinese Communists as “Agrarian reformers." He is John C. Caldwell of Nash vilie, Tenn.. a veteran of eight years in the Far Eastern Diplomatic Service. He told the Illinois Bankers Association Convention in St. Louis yesterday that. 1 \\\ through 1944 to 1947 ev« one of us in the Department State was subjected to indoetm turn as to the fact that the Chinf Communists were not real i c munists and that if we were tient long enough we would I a way to get along with far Ks ern Communism." Caldwell, a Democrat, said made a confidential report ml. on Communist propaganda metnc in China and was severely repi manded when it showed that ant« American bias was apparent every propaganda medium usoi the Communists. Caldwell, now a free-lance wrii and lecturer, pointed to a numb« of “serious errors’’ in the Far Ei which have contributed to “t situation we find our selves m t< day.” He charged that the first most serious mistake in our pout has been a failure to properly ev lu ate the strength, aims and ever the weaknesses of Communism the Far East. tin Of ev In Advice to the lovelorn is th| oldest syndicate feature in newt papers. A new Blue Bird group is to be | organized here very soon, composed of girls who will enter the Second grade of the J H. Hill (Central) Ward School, next year. Girls desiring to join the organization are requested to contact Mrs Swell Franklin. Phone 18&9 within the next few days, so that the organization can be completed in time for the group to participate in summer Blue Bird activities. Circle II of the W.S.C.S. of the Firi Methodist church met in the home of Mrs. Forest Woods on Florence street Monday. The meet ing was opened with prayer by Mrs. Woods, followed by hymn • Take Time to be Holy Mrs. R. P. Ray presented an inspiring devotional on "Faith and Universal Petition of Prayer for Peace. During the business session the following officers were elected for the coming year Leader. Mrs. Otis Morrow. Assistant Leader, Mrs. J. H. Mathis. Secretary. Mrs. Clyde E Mayo. Assistant Secretary, Miss Bernice Chandler. Treasurer, Mrs. T. Bergvall. Missionary Education, M r s. Forest Woods. Scripture Life. Mrs. R P Ra> Delicious refreshments w e r e served bv Mrs. Woods. The Circle group adjourned to meet in reguiai meeting in September. SOCIAL. CALENDAR NOTICE The TEL Class of the North Baptist Church will meet Thursday evening at 8 o’clock in the home of Mrs. Ed Walden, 1009 Sherman Street, for the monthly Fellowship meeting. Members invited to attend. CRISCO PERFECT SHORTENING 3 lb. can $105 C. and T. GROCERY FREE Motorola TV Set To Be Given Away June 16 For Iniomiation See SMITH or CHARY DRUG REUNION OF CURRIN FAMILY Prices like these prove ir au can save at SAFEWAY CL Check in the lists below, a typical group of items you would1 buyr on «. weekend «■Wrdncr trio Add the prices. Then compare the total with what \ou would pav elsewhere. See how Safeway's policy of low prices mall .terns can sa« vo'u money. Don't judge savings on "specials alone. Compare all prices and we believe you will agree you get more for your money at .ate ay. ITPf pair SMI or i (By I. N. S. Full Leaped wir«) the A family reunion was held Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs. Oscar L. Bryant, 1215 E Houston street, Sherman, celebrat ing the first “get-to-gether" in twenty-one years of the family of Mrs. J. M. Currin Sr., who makes her home with her daughter, Mrs Brvant in Sherman. She is form erly of Josephine, this county Mrs. Currin has seven children living, and three deceased. Four generations were present at the family reunion. Those enjoying the day were Mrs. J. M. Currin Sr., of Sherman; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Currin. Garland: Mr. and Mrs John Currin Jr. and Pat, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Currin and Billy Roy, Mrs. Tom Hud speth, all of Littlefield: Mr. and Mrs.Tom Homiter and Elbert Earl SPECIAL A Bargain Selling Event Hollywood, June 15 INS. — Bill Lundigan takes the stand that the practice of law is perfect training for a movie career. At least it makes him just about only star in Hollywood who takes the trouble to personally read the fine print in his con tr a 'S yracuse University graduate who passed the bar examinations in New York. Lundigan was about to hang up a shingle but decided that a jury was not audience enough for the actor in him. , • Look at all the top-notch trial lawvers,” said Lundigan. "and you will notice that they make use of everv dramatic trick ever devised. “Watching them go through their pages is like looking in on a performance by an outstanding artist of the stage or screen.” Lundigan combined his legal and histrinonic talents in pleading his case with lovely Jane Greer in “Friendly Island.” He had to act in self defense because his lead ing lady, as per script, indicated an interest in a party of the second part Covered Wagon K VANILLA WAFERS 10c mam Mit Frozen STRAWBERRIES 12 Ox. Pkg. Pinto Beans Torpedo Tuna Corn Meal Flour Blossom Sliced Peaches Salad Dressing Preserves Pork & Beans 2 Lb. Bag No. Can 10 Lbs. Lb. Bag Del Meat* Yellow Cliaq No 21 i Con Duckeit "Made in Texas’ Pint Jar High Life Apple-Strawberry 2 -lb Jar Standard 15 Vi-Of. Cant 25c 25c 59c $1.79 33 39* 49* 25* Safe way wishes "Pop " a 9happy day " on June 17th Bl At Wa wo ill 201 Bread C Flour Mrs.Wright’s Bread Soda Crackers loZ, Kitchen Craft Flour pancake ix Suxonna Corn Meal Covered Wogon 74 Oi tool 1-Lb. PV9. 10-Lb Bog 70-OI PVg. 7-tb PVg 20r 284 994 154 18*. DV w F< fo ar sc Pi Canterbury TEA Half Pound 43c Lipton TEA 29c Fine Canned Foods Pineapple it*., «*«•<* fRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Lb. 25c - 47c Luscious fruits-crisp vegetables! Safeway not on’y antees them to be farm-fresh but of the finest quality, too. Ho. 2 Coa Pineapple Juice t* oL# 44-Ox. Con 44-Ox. No : Co* Pineapple Juice £>•) *«»••c Pineapple Juice Pineapple Juice o«i »«i« c« Bartlett Pears^ Tomato Juice (oatny Down Con 44-Oi Con Sw«t Peas’'”"-,u i Fancy Quality y» n tvnchooo bwirt rrem Salmon Gold Cov* Chum No 703 17 Ot 1 lb. Coo All SUMMER BATISTE GOWNS, PAJAMAS AND SLIPS Now Selling at '4 Off SHOP EARLY l* *• . The actor said that he, like many another Holiywoodian, heads for the courtroom whenever an important criminal trial is unfolding There is no better case study of human emotions in the raw, he ¡¿ays, “because generally there is so much at stake. I have seen many a film performance modeled after a portrayal originally presented here a jury.” Lundigan knew his Blacktone backwards and forwards, being such a diligent student and he classmates predicted a brilliant future for him at the bar. And he probably would have achieved eminence in his field if, at a turning point in his career, he hadn’t decided to chuck the law in favor of the theater. “Friendly Island,” Lundigan is commanding officer of an Armv unit assigned to occupation duty. He is Allied military' governor as well, a post in which he is empowered to make his own laws. This works out admirably for Lundigan because he can run things more or less his own way, which is an enviable situation in deed for a lonely bachelor on a far-off Tropical isle where his only company consists of hundreds of well-landscaped native maidens Lundigan has never regretted his switch in careers, “In the movies,” he declares, “You always win your case.” I, Slw lo.) bardines Natwai Can Pickles 294 374 374 154 154 394 294 174 454 494 134 254 Cantaloupes Cucumhexs Gxeen Onions Firm, Sweet Lb. Lb Bunch 12 « 8* 6« Household Heeds Tide Woxbing Powder Ivory Soap au pwpo ». ige. Pig lg«. Bor , /■* Penonal Ivory boap loite! Soap Bat «•g. 14-Ox Con florida let. Juicy Svoltili 260-Sixe />“N Floti (Jranges s** Calif. Lemons r* Whit« to*e r otatoes Iconomy Fuck Red Potatoes 'XT' O , Yellow o' nions Te*oi Gro 10-Lb Bog 10-Lb Bog Whit» lb. 94 154 45r 45r 7y24 Clip-Top Carrots Red Radishes Criip ry Kentucky Oreen beans wonder coin Lb. Bun. lb. Blackeye Peas Creen lb. I Green ucumbers lender Lb. I /'■’NI Tender resh vJkra oreen lb. 94 54 154 104 104 254 17 Ox Fkg. 6-01 Cam 14-Ox. Fkg 16- Ol. Fkg. GOVERNMENT GRADED MEATS Top quality we buy only top U.S. grades of beef, top»g¡rades of iamb, pork, and veal. 1'op value—we trim befo Duth«*« Ho4« <a T #toi ' Lunch 6 »« Sandwich Ma** m I mm" Salad Dressing Spread Salad Dressing y a Mdd ClMdr Lheese % u> ps 9 Mod* a Oven Ready In the Piece Only An ancient of India called for the widow to cremate herself on the funeral pyre of her husband. The Lumber Number In McKin ney is 666, Favorite kinds ... oriced low (D«go»lt litre) Ginger Ade crogmam 37 Ox let, 104 Orange Soda crogmom 37 Ox •at. 104 Root Beer c«*moot 37 Ox dot 104 SnO-Cola Family Hx« 37 Ox. Bot. 104 Hens Slab Bacon Boiled Ham Fresh Fryers Frankfurters Chuck Roast Sri o! u, 694 Lb. Lh. Boneless All Center Slice* Lb. Rcedy-to-Cook Lb. Oox’t, Graded Steak Graded 3 e«f Beef Short Ribs Sirloin Sliced Bacon Lgur £ Dry Salt Jowls s lb. Cured 1-lb Pkrg. t»r Scateritng 494 51.09 494 214 53c 39c 99 * 55 * 45 * Smoked Pic nics »«*< Lb. 454 n I <w kiiJttud Bologna B<*.d u»v« Luncheon Meat *L.d Pork Sausage Pork Liver Lifebuoy Bab-O Cleanser Frozen Foods Strawberries Oyitol Orange Juice »#i-oir Ocean Perch Waite Fr«o Catfish Fillets Fresh Coffee & Tea Airway Mild, Mellow Nob Hill Rich, Bobuit Edwards vofuu« foxked * Canterbury Tea p*ho* Margarine w, I I Yello* Sunnybank -»«d. Dalewood 314 154 74 94 124 • « 294 194 434 454 t -lb. PVg- I Lb PVg 1-lb. Con Ve lb fkg 774 794 114 t ilow Quarter» i to feto»" 1 lb PVg. Yellow Quarter« Mad. io I**“» ’ 1-lb PVg. 374 294 >• * - Him is ou« MiiVn m tit mi win Z SAFEWAY MEATS ÏMMM Skinless, C-’.k Lb, A- TAKE HOMI any cut Of kind. Cook it and torvo it the way you prefer. if (AI rvw »11 Of IT ... judg« Ih» tenderne*», juicineu, flavor, if If TOU DONT IÄI IT for any rea- »on whalioever, wo will o,v* your money bock without return of the meati lb. Lb. i Park 1-lb. toll Lb. 534 634 434 454 Shortening 1/ Pr«.Creamed ■Seen *»*• •« j «»“ CriSCO All Vegetable Swift Jewel All Vegetable 3 lb Ccwi 3 lb Can 11.07 $1.07 94 ^ MHHMRNtttHtMmHtttUINMittHUttlUtm AND SATURDAY PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, FRIDAY OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL CLOSED SUNDAY 9P.M. AFEWAY

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