Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas on December 23, 1938 · Page 2
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Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas · Page 2

Corsicana, Texas
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Friday, December 23, 1938
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v. " k • ! ^ ! TWO THE CORSICANA SEMI-WEEKLY LIGHT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1938. -V WAXAHACHIE AND PURDON L8GPERS WEREOUJCLASSED FIGHTING AND SPEEDY BENGAL CAGERS TURNED IN THREE WINS TUESDAY Hy PAUL MOORE, Sun Sports Editor. Corsicana high cage outfits copped three victories Tuesday afternoon and night in hard-fought contests. The Bengals turned back the Waxahachie Indians Tuesday night in their feature attraction, 24-14, for their second win of the season against the Ellis countlans. The B squad defeated Purdon, 22-12, In the curtain-raiser Tuesday night after ' drubbing the Powell five Tuesday afternoon, 26-22, In a contest that required an extra period to decide the winner when they were tied at the end of the regular playing period. will observe the Christmas holidays and no more games are slated until after the New Year. ' Coach Jlmmle Gardner stated Tuesday night the Tigers would . meet the Ennla Lions hero Jan. 10 and a return game at Ennl« will be played Jan. 20. Hillsboro will bo invaded on Jan. 13 In return engagement for one play- ad here last week. Efforts are being made for contests with .Mexla, Waco and Cleburno but definite dates have not been decided. Purdon B Game. Purdon started with a 4-2 lead .'at the end of the first period . )jut the Corsicanans put on a . spectacular rally in the second ' stanza and was leading, 12-8, at the half. The passing of the Purdon club was Ineffective, espec- ' lally during the final hall and the .young Bengals steadily increased their lead. Daniels, forward, and Plyler, guard, paced the B crew with • eight points each. W. Tipping, Purdon guard, led his club with . four points. Corsicana-Waxahachie. v Neither club could hit the basket with any degree of consistency in the main attraction during the 'first period. Corsicana was lead- ;lhg, 2-1, at the end of the first ^quarter. Stone, Waxahachfe for:ward, looped a free shot In the .first period and duplicated that . faat in the second quarter to .give the Indians their two points for the first half." Trie Corsican- ans passed the ball well, but were • missing many of their easy shots. ', Corsicana led, 12-2, at the half '. after Patrick had sank several .long flips, and was .ahead, 18-7, i at the end of the third period.> Fifteen Fouls. The Bengals drew a total of fifteen personal fpuls during the •tgame and eight of. the fourteen 'points scored by -the Indians were free shots. . Gonzales played a fine, aggressive game and showed to advan- .tage In dazzling speed, although he finally left the game by the ; foul route. So did Neal and Tom Crews. '; Billy Patrick, veteran guard, "was high scorer of tha evening •with eight points, but Bill Spear •oame through with six. The Box Score*. Waxahachie— F.G. F.T. Fls. Pst Coming to Palace Jack Benny in one of his gun-toting scenes In "Artists and Models Abroad," Paramount's lavish mus- With these games, the Bengals Jcal production coming to the Palace Saturday, Sunday and Monday. ALL AM PAYMENT APPLICATIONS MUCH BE FILED BY JAN. 31 COLLEGE STATION, Dec. 21. —(Spl.)—All 1937 applications for payment by the AAA must be In the state office hero by January 31, the Texas Agricultural '•Stone, f 'Seay, f ..........6 .Curry, f 0 'Beardon, f o Turner, c 1 iClapp, g , ..1 'Allen, g ...........\ •Hugger, g 0 • Totals Ii . Corsicana— . ,S£ear, f ....„..:..3 >Gonzales, f .... ..1 1 Scale, f o •York, c 2 ; Crews, g 1 ;Terry, c-g „ 1 •SPatrick. g 4 JJeal, g . i.O 'Lawhon, g .......0 14 0 IB 24 i Totals 12 . . __ f Referees—Eady and Bird; Tim- 'ft, Bradley; Scorer, Moore. ; Corslcana-Purdbn. , Corsicana-B— F.G. F.T. Fls. Pts Daniels, f ........4 0 0 Xawhon, f »- 1 0 0 Allman, f u .......O • 0 0 ^fitell, f '. 0 'Stale, c ,.. 0 Spencer, c 2 jPlyler, g ...4 jBrownfleld, g ....0 Sullivan, g .......0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 Conservation Committe announced this week. The AAA began accepting 1987 Texas applications about a year ago and has distributed checks for compliance in the 1937 program to 210,338 farmers amount- Ing to $33,510,674. However, because of mechanical hitches of one kind or another, about SO farmers have failed to apply for 1937 grant, George Slaughter, state committee chairman, said. Making allowance for the possibility of error In the complex computation machinery, the AAA provides for payments to be adjusted on receipt on an amended application from any farmer who received loss than was coming to him. Deadline for adjusted 1037 payment applications also Is January 31, Slaughter said. CHRISTMAS PLANS BEING MADE STATE AND IOOF HOMES Preparation for the Christmas holidays is bolng made at the State and I. O. O. F. Homes hero. School will be dismissed Thursday afternoon at the State Home and will be resumed on January 2. The I. O. O. F. Homo will dismiss school Friday at jioon and will take up ngaln January 2. Special programs by the fine arts department will be given at the State Homo this week In connection with the Christmas activities of the institution. Christmas Eve night a program for all of the children will be given In the main auditorium. Each dormitory will have a Christmas tree. Club and class parties will round out the activities of the holidays following the regular Christmas dinner Sunday. A Christmas tree will be given for the children of tho J, O. O. F, Home Saturday night and a special program will bo presented. The usual Christmas dinner will be served at noon Sunday. A number of grand lodge and Re- beknh officials are expected to attend tho festivities at the Home. 9 Lort Something? Try ,a Dally Sun Want Ad. TEXARKANA, Dec. 21.—«V- Representative Wripht Pntman D.-Texas) said today he had ecturcd on his chain stores tax bill two years ago under the occasional sponsorship of McKesson and Robhins Drug Company but had never had any direct contact with the firm. He made that statement In explanation of a New York Herald Tribune story saying he had loo :urcd from coast to coast under the sponsorship of the drug company now involved In the Coater- Vlusica scandal, "I made three national lecture :ours In recent years. Two of them were In behalf of veterans' compensation. The third was '.or the chain store tax bill, in 1936. Some of these latter mcet- ngs were sponsored by McKesson and Robblns. The arrangement! were handled locally hrough a speaking bureau and I had no contact with the drug company. "The company did not pay me. McKesson and Robbins was one of the few big concerns which supported the chain store bill and hey occasionally appeared ns sponsors of the lecture whore hero was strong sentiment for ho law. "I soon had to give up the idea of lecturing on these subjects lecauac it took up too much of my time In speaking to compara- Ively small groups of people." Patman said he would return 'In about a week" to Washlng- .on for the new session of congress. The Dallas Morning News today recalled, in connection with he MeKesson-Robblns sponHor- ihip, that Patmnn spoke before several hundred druggists In Dales In December, 1936, on be- mlf of his chain store tax. The Dallas affiliate of the company, rtcKesson-Crowdus Drug Com>any, made the announcement of the lecture. "» Making Inspection Kerens REA Project KERENS, Dec. 21.—(SpU— A IEA inspector anad reprcsenta- ive of the government, was In {ercns and surrounding communities Friday and Saturday, making a house to house Inspec- lon .of approvals for the REA Inea now under construction. Quito a number of farm homes soon "will be as well lighted- as ';hose in town, as poles have al- 'eady been set up. Totals 11 0 2 22 ' Furdon— -N. Ellis, f «„ 0 0 0 0 Belts, f ,..t -0 -2 2 Hodges, f ..........1 002 .Bates, f 0 000 Davis, f .,,..1 002 Darden, o . ..1 0 Q 2 E. Tipping, g »,..0 0 0 0 W. Tipping, g"....2 004 Uayroe, g .0 p 0 0 '' Totals ...6 0 2 12 Referees — Poarch and Stone; Timer, Jeffers; Scorer, Moore. CHRISTMAS GREETINGS As the Holiday Season comes with its good will and good cheer our thoughts turn to those whose cordial patronage has meant so much to us during the past year, please accept our grateful thanks, .and friendly good wishes. May the New Year bring you Happiness and Success. A. B. WALKER AND SON —CORSICANA- CHRISTMAS EVE GIFT PARTY SATURDAY NIGHT, 11:30 FREE • FREE $300.00 In Valuable Christmas Gifts Attend either Palace or Ideal SPECIAL FOB CHRISTMAS Sunday and Monday HE RODE THE RANGE WITH A SONG IN HIS HI OK m —In. 'Rhythm of the Saddle with Smiley Burnette also— BETTY BOOT* CABTOON PETE SMITH SHORT NEWS. . ' 'ATMAN EXPLAINS LECTURES UNDER DRUG Penney Employes To Receive Bonus Corsicana employes of tho J. C. Penney Company will receive a special Christmas bonus accord- ng to Information received by W. 'TPO enjoy work, a woman fee] well Cardui aids in building up the whole system by helping women to get more energy from their food—and so increases re* sistance to the strain of functional periodic pain. Try it? CAR DUI —CORSICANA— • SPECIAL FOR CHRISTMAS • Saturday - Sunday and Monday FIRST TIME SHOWN IN TEXAS! H. Smith, manager, this week. The board of directors of the company voted' recently to reward the. loyalty and service of the em- ployes In this fashion. Under the plan, an employe of the stores, offices or warehouses who have been In service a year will receive a bonus of two week's salary. Those who have been working lesser period will be compensated accordingly. Use a Dally Sun Want Ad for quick results. Light Fire Damage In Local Hospital A fire of undetermined origin resulted in damage estimated at $50 hy the Coraicnna Hospital and Clinic ftbout 7:15 Wednesday morning when bedlinens an,i CUI r tains in a private room wen. i(!A i nlted. No InjurUs wore reported™ A small roof fire caused a run to 1319 West Tenth avenue about 10 o'clock Tuesday night with damage estimated at $5. AdolphZukorpriitnh JACK JOAN __ BENNY'BENNETT' "ARTISTS AND MODELS ABROAD; .111. MARY BOLAND CHARLEY GRAPEWIN JOYCE COMPTON FRITZ FELD ind (ha YACHT CLUB BOYS also DONALD DUCK CARTOON Robt. Benchley Short NEWS CHRISTMAS MIDNIGHT GIFT PARTY SATURDAY NIGHT 11:30 FREE • FREE $300.00 In Valuable Christmas Gifts LOTS OF FUN AND LOTS OF GIFTS! Attend Either Fnlace or Ideal Gifts In Both Theaters Gifts for Mother KNIFE AND FORK STEAK SET SERVING TRAYS See these Extra values i 49C OVERNIGHT FITTED CASES See these ! Extra values PART WOOL SPORT BLANKET 98 Extra Value, \ Was $3.08, now...-.., GIFTS FOR DAD PEN SETS Genuine Indian Tips........ 98c LAST-MINUTE GIFT AT PENNEY'S Only 4 days to Christmas! Don't waste precious shopping time—come on down to Penney's where you're sure of finding just what you want, at prices you want to pay. We've loads of suggestions for you—our stocks are still complete! IN GIFT BOXES! Men's SHIRTS 98c Good-looking Topflight * dress shirt with NuCraft fstarchless collars attached! Smart patterns, whites, solid shades. Fast colors! "Exclusive with Pennoy's. Gaymodes* For Christmas! Silk HOSIERY 79c Sheer, ringless stockings with narrow seams, slender heels and neat picot tops. They're full fashioned! Perfect quality, of course. •Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. Gifts Men Appreciate! Handkerchiefs ! Choose from our wide selection! Fine quality cotton In all white or white with varicolored borders! Smart, practical gifts! BELT SETS [Gifts Every Woman Loves Two Belts and Buckle............ 98c With Cigarette Case ASH TRAY 98c MEN'S KID DRESS GLOVES Special . $^49 Value T,i-,-.t.i.>. .i-.ii A Remarkable Value! TOILET SET $,•98 24 Kt. Gold Plated I Handles! Comb, brush, mirror, puff box, cream jar and glass [ tray. Double face pearl finish with embossed gold and black designs. In lined box! SUSPENDER SETS See these Extra values, ,-m 49c MEN'S TIES Ideal Gifts For Christmas. 49C GIFTS FOR BOYS DRESS SHIRTS Put up In Christmas ( Bags. Ideal gifts...» Leather JACKETS 90 See these Ideal Glfte.,,-.....,.™ BOYS' CADET GLOVES Wool Lined, Ideal Gift....,.:.,... 98c SUSPENDER SETS Snap On Styles, Ideal Gift... 39c Lovely Prints and Solid Colors! • Women's GOWNS Rich satin (rayon and silk) gowns in a large choice of smart styles. Some are strictly tailored, others lacb trimmed. Rare Warmth and Smartness! Quilted ROBES Cozy wrap around styles In lustrous rayon panne satin or rayon taffeta. Long, slide fastener house coat styles, too! Well made—nicely lined! Luncheon Set Pure Linen, Ideal Gift. ...,r..,.... w GIFTS ALL MEN LIKE! Men's Lounging Robes $ A 98 • In Jacquard Designs! • Attractively Boxed! • Ideal Gifts for Men! Luxurious robes of rayon and cotton, in wrap-around styles. With rayon satin collar, cuffs and sash. Men's Sport Bock Leather Coats 23 inch Zipper, Extra value. Men's Broadcloth PAJAMAS New Styles, New patterns, Extra value...,, IN GIFT BOXES! DRESS SOCKS Smartest .^cojors 4 FAIRS and patterns! ^ «*4fe Big variety!'-Dou-_B «VU hltt anlant • - - , •*•• DISTINCTIVE GIFTS! Men's Mufflers Smart - looking and man - sized Priced low! 98c ' Give Him a Hadsome FJTTED CASE With 9 """ Fittings! Good-looking b 1 a o k grain leather with simulated leather lining and convenient slide fastener closing. Big size, 6 in by 10 in. Serviceable! Gifts To Dress Up A Home! IN GIFT PACKAGE! : TOWEL SETS 3 Piece Sets! 49c Handsome sets that will do- light'the most fastidious! In a choice of jacquard reversible floral patterns and beautiful solid colors. CHENILLE SPREADS Extra large. New patterns. New colors > 3-98 MAGAZINE RACKS Genuine Walnut Finish... 1-98 Sr K* Comforter In a Lovely Gift Box Soft, fluffy and warm—filled with wool and silk! Covered with Celanese rayon taffeta in a rich scroll design—an exquisite gift! With corded edges, gut jstee _72 .in.. by .64Jn. BATH MATS 98c Ideal' for" the home...... P E N N E Y ' S J C. PENNEY COMPANY, Incorporated

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