Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas on January 6, 1939 · Page 3
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Corsicana, Texas
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Friday, January 6, 1939
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^. •*'WR*.f"v ' *•'*''* , ^'» f f? ft ji .TTVTS' V i > * >>>' ' "/,-», , THE COBSlOAMA/SEMI-WfiEKLY' LIGHT, BBIDAY, JANUARY 6, 198d. • THStEE Interesting News From Navarro County Towns Richland HIGHLAND, Jan. 5—(Spl.)—The Christmas holidays passed pleasantly In Richland. very Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Stepp spent Christmas day with Mr. Stepp'a moth, who lives In Edgewood. Horace Carter and Earl Chunn k\ of Monlhan visited homo folks through the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Van Elkins had as their guests Christmas day her sisters, Mrs. Pressnall of Kllgore, and Mrs. James Williams and fam- A Hy of Teague, and his brother, B, 1 J. Shelton and family of Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Livingston and ibaby of Mt, Nebo visited their , mother, Mrs. Hood, last week. • Mr. and Mrs. Grimes had all of their children and grandchildren with them through the holidays. Mis* Bertha Pendergrass came In Sunday from Dawson where •she spent the holidays with homo folks. Mr. and Mrs. George Garland of Mlneola were the guests of J. W. Garland and family and Louis - White and family from Sunday until Tuesday. ™ Mrs. v Alice Hammond returned to her -home at Gateivlllo Friday -•• Alva Harris of Chllllcothe visited bis mother, Mrs. Ella Harris and •other relatives for Christmas day -. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McCord had '•With them all of their children one day i last week for a Christ nias dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Thompklns had , their son, who is in the army, , \with them a few days last week. . j^- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coufman and 'son visited in the J. W. Garland "home Sunday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. Wynne had several of their children with them through Christmas. Mrs. Oscar Chunn of Streetman was the guest of Mrs. Lewis White, Sr.. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. White were In Corsicana one day last wee. •S; ^4'' and Mrs - Edmondcon had T* /,<!.lV*Jthelr children and their fam- 'Vlliea with them through the holl- ,»\?days. J< '; Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr. and -Mrs. Gregory and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd' Elkins attended the dance ' -at the CCC camp Saturday nigrt. Jay Elk Ins accompanied Euteno :Fluker to Roane Tuesday. * Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Stone had all their children at home Chrlst- maa day. Streetman STREETMAN, Jan. B.—(Spl.)— Misses Cordelia Ruth McSpadden, and Dorothy and Doris Haw- horne returned Monday to Denion where they will resume their studies in T. S. C. W. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCory have returned to their homo In South Carolina after spending tha holidays with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Burleson and Miss Grace were business visitors In Fort Worth Wednesday. Jerry Cole has returned to classes in Baylor University, Waco, after spending tho holidays with his parents. •Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whltlock of Dallas were holiday visitors In the homo of their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Mack McCary and Roy Robinson returned onday to Denton where they arc students In N. T. S. T. C. R. G. Bounds returned Sunday to Austin to resume work in the university. Miss Frances Mllner has returned to Blooming Grove where she teaches In the public school, after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mil- V ner. Mrs. Jennie Harwell, Mrs. Eugene Hlghnote and daughter, Eugenia, of Corsicana were spend- he-day guests Friday with their sister and aunt, Mrs. R. C. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clark spent the holidays visiting in Van. Rice BICE, Jan. 8.—(Spl.)—Miss L.ucy Payne of Fort Worth spent last week with her sister, Mrs. J. C. Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. E. G, Goodwyn had as their guests during the holidays, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. .Harrison and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Graf ton Goodwyn and daughter, and Frank Goodwyn of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Swafford and family and Mrs. V. T. Swafford were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Porter in Terrell for Christmas dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cardwell and daughter of Handley visited relatives here during the holidays Misses Dorothy Frances Dyer, Elizabeth and Katherlne Dobbs and Irene Glpson have returned to Denton where they are students in the Texas State College for Women. G. W. Pollan, John Lackey, Richard Hobbs and James Lloyd Hall left Sunday to resume their work In A. and M. College at Col' lege Station. James and Leon Noel of Sherman visited friends , hero last week, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh South, Mr and Mrs. Sherman Allen Miles Joel Miles of Houston and Mr and Mrs. A. Montgomery of Euro Coming to Palace Gel Comforting Relief from RUNNY HEAD COLDS DO THIti Put some Vlcks VapoBub up each nostril and sniff-well back. Next, melt a spoonful of VapoBub In a - bowl of boiling water; breathe In the medicated vapors for several minutes. This loosens phlegm and further clears •the air-passages. „ double action can re~>A lleve^he misery of . ?, the'cold while you i a standby in 3 out ~) Homes. WICKS W VAPORUB J. B. Douglas visited his parents In Waxahachlo through the holidays. Hope Smith, English teacher In high school, spent the holidays with his parents in Bynum. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. McCrory and daughter, Elaine, were Christmas and New Year visitors with their mother and grandmother, Mrs. J. B. Cole, returning to their home in Beaumont Sunday after- oon. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cole of Amarlllo visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Cole and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bryant Christmas. Mr. Cole returned on Decenber 26th, Mrs. Cole remaining over until January 1st. Miss Mary Horn • visited relatives and friends In Louisiana through tl.u holdays. Mrs. E. J. Hood and daughter Miss Edna Grace, spent the holidays in Dallas with f :lr daughter, sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Kelloy. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Cole and son, Sammy, of Plainvlew were holiday guests with their mother and grahdmother, Mrs. J. B. Cole Miss Sallle Epps and Mrs. H. H McCown of Gladewater visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon zard during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Grlzzard were New Year's Day guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Leonard Allmon In Corslcana. Mrs. W. O. Allmon and son, Pierce, of Corsicana visited their sister and aunt, Mrs. H. P. Qrlz- zard, the post week. Fred Burleson and F. S. Coleman were business visitors In Falrfleld Tuesday. <a were guests In the M. S. Miles home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lowry Jones anc son of Tyler visited Mrs. Jones parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W South, last week-end. Mrs. Will Swafford had all of ler children home for Christmas. They were Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Burl Edmundson of Abilene, Joe Swafford of Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Frank Swafford of Houston and James Swafford of A scene from "The Shining Hour" Metro's dramatic smash starring Joan Crawford, Melvyn Douglas and Robert Young. "The Shining Hour" opening at the Palace theatre Saturday night at 11:30 also features Margaret Sullavan. Barry BARRY, Jan. 5.—(Spl.)—Mr and Mrs. Will Campbell of Cortez Colo., visited her brother, J. A Phillip's Chapel PHILLIPS CHAPEL, Jan. B.— Spl.)—Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dial and two daughters, formerly of Frost, moved to this community aturday of last week. Vernon Ray of Kllgore spent the holidays here with his par- mts, Mr. and Mrs. Addle Ray. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Worthy were n the home of Ivy Worthy of Avalon during the holidays. G. W. O'Neal of the U. S. Army, who Is stationed at Fort Warron, Wyoming, Is visiting now with ils parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Rawson, of ths community. Mrs. C. G. Lewis, daughter of L. W. Fraley, has returned to her lome in Klngman, Arizona, after spending the Christmas holidays here. Berk Bailey of Greenville sponi Saturday with Jimmy Bailey of this community. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Leech were Mt. Calm visitors Sunday. Walter Dodd has returned tc his home here after working t short while In Corpus Chrlstl. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beard o Coslcana were holiday visitors o her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H cacock. Eleanor Burks of Houston wai a guest of Betty Fraley Friday night. Miss Berta Mae French of Mil ford spent Friday and Saturday here In the home of her auil Mrs. Minnie Osborne. Miss Julia Belle Hutson epnn last week with homo folks of Navarro. Miss Maurlne Burns was Canyon. Brlster and wife, during tha holl- Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dobbins dnv . 6 and little son, Miss Dick Dobbs, days. and Miss June Hall of Dallas and M r. and MM. Loyd Simpson and Miss Pearl Dobbs of Afton visited rolatlves here over the week-end. | Mrs. Alice Cooley of Pittsburg f mo un 1s visiting n the jf S. Hall home cl * dtt ** of Lubbocl . und Mrs. Mln- Simpson of Waco left for Sunday after spending sev- visiting Marlon 'Bell of Wyoming Mrs. Katie Brombelow is last week in Jacksonville. spent spending a few weeks with his Mrs. L. T. Taylor spent Christ- mother, Mrs. N. S. Bell. mas In Eldorado, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett Smith Mr and Mrs- Q w> C orley of and children of Houston vis ted Ru k vlslted horo over the week . Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith last end> week. ^ r and Mrs Murry Woodruff nf M n 0S nn.^n«^ a 41m^v r °^h S?P°l? <"id ' R ° b ° rt Varnell of Oklahoma ^*i»J M,. T» M TYinn cit y visited homo folks during the m C. r 'G^ile"s I £ OP benlson Christmas holidays . spent the holidays with her par- T B. W. George and son, B. W. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hays. Jr., of Waco wore in Barry Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Scott Swafford urday. and family, Mlsa Lurlyne Card-1 J. M. Head of Corslcana was well and Rev. G. C. Henry spc it j here Monday. Claude Williams part, of last week In Mullen with and family moved from Corslcana relatives. to Barry last week. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Pollan and: Mra- B> p. D niard and sons of The Smart Shop 114 North Beaton Street DRACTIC REDUCTIONS On All Coats and Dresses Miss Bell Pollan of Dallas visited relatives here last week-end. R. F. Barteet, Jr., and Miss Jeanetto Bartlett of Dallas spent tho week-end here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. F. Bartlett. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wear and Ladonla visited her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Scoggins, Saturday and Sunday. R. M. Albright Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. H. L. Lindsey in Worth. family .of Longvlew were .guestst Miss Floy Castollaw is visiting t_ *t.«. m TT ' txr«nM i«««n« j.i«iun ! In the T. H. Wear home during the holidays. Tunelo Misses Lavoyce Roswell, Dot Blngham, Mary' Marie Mitchell, Clara Bell and Doris Watson returned to Denton Sunday after Coats TUPELO, Jan. 8.—(Spl.)—The spending their Christmas vaca- teachcrs and students of the dif- tlon wlth home folka . ferent schools and colleges, who Tl . acy V arnell and wife left for spent their holidays very pleas-' - - - - - - antly In their respective homes of the community, have returned to their work. Mr. and Mrs. John Norwood have returned to Wichita Falls after visiting with relatives here. McMullan has after several Miss Elizabeth returned home $29.50 values 4...- $16.95 $17.50 values .$10.95 $10.95 values •,. $ 6.95 Dresses $25.00 values ....... .$16.95 $17.50 values $10.95 $10.95 values .$ 6.95 $ 8.95 values $ 4.95 $ 5.95 values $ 3.95 .Many of these dresses are. mid-season "frocks and colors that can be worn all i Iprlng.'Colors include :Bby blue, teal blue, fwine, black, japonica, rust, purple and f raspberry. S* >f ' • Children's Dresses )8 values .$1.25 values ....' , 68c week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. J I. Monts in Ore City. Guy Mann, wife and four children of Hlllsboro spent one day last week with Mr. and Mrs, T. H. Bowen. Mrs. Mann will be remembered as Miss Pearl Smith, who taught school here at one time. A. D. McMullan, wife and little daughter, Sibyl, spent Sunday with relatives in Waxahachie. A. J. Bailey, coach and • vln- cipal of Cranfill's Gap school, was a visitor In the homo of L. M. Williams and wife a part of last week. Mrs. M. A. Rlley has returned to her home in Wortham after spending four weeks with her son, Alvin Jones, and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wheeler had a nine pound son born to them New Year's morning. The new heir has his Grandmo' er Whe-1- cr's birthday and was given a part of his grandfather Wheeler's name—Robert Brooks. H. 'H. Hervey and wife spent Sunday with their daughter, Mr. Canada Sunday after a ten-day vacation with relatives hero and Valley Mills. Frank Jones and wife of Mineral Wells and Mrs. Bessie Mimms and husband of Bryan spent New Year's Day /ith their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Earth of Prairievllle visited friends and relatives here. Sunday. Mrs. Lula Hobbs of Grandvlew, and B. Y. Hobbs and wife of Fort Worth visited their mother, Mrs. N. J. Grlmmett, during the holiday. W. D. McCarty and Mrs. B. E. Adair and son, Brodle, left 'Tuesday for their home in Lubbock. Welsey Tune died at the home of his father here December 28. Rev. Tyson of Kerens will preach at the church of Christ hero Sunday 'morning, January 8th. and Mrs. Charles Corslcana. Hubbard, Frost visitor during the holiday?. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith of Hlllsboro spent Christmas In the home of Joe T. Smith. Miss Mary Hutson of Independence was a Philips Chapel visitor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Morrison and daughter, Joyce, were Dallas visitors during Christmas. Mrs. Minnie Osborne : d daughter, Ernestine, visited Waynelle Osborne of Kerens on Thursday of last week. The holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Rhodes were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer See of Beaumont nnci Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rhodes of Roane. Mozelle Cox returned Tuesday to her work In Houston after a few days visit with her-family, Mr. and Mrs. George O'Neal. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McLaughlln and children of Longvlew were Phillips Chapel visitors last week. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carrlng- ton, nowlyweds of the Christmas holidays, were visitors of Mr. Carrlngton's mother of Corslcana on Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Carrlngton Is the former Violet- Peacock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Peacock. B. F. Hand and family entertained as their guests Sundi.y, Mrs. Robert Humphrey of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Black and son, Mr. And. Mrs. R. Hv Lee and son, Mr. i and Mrs. Frank Long and children, all of Corslcana. Glen Ray Bailey of Greenville visiting In the home of his parents, Mr. ; and Mrs. Claud Baley. Mr. and Mrs. L,onnle McMillan has as their guest her mother, Mrs. Presley of Rockdale. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Harrison and family mado a trip JB Alma Sunday to see Mr. HanlsoiHs parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. B-rton were Pickett visitors on Saturday and Sunday of last week. Ivy Martin of the CCC camp of Corsicana spent the holidays with his family here. Blooming Grove BLOOMING GROVE, Jan. B.— Spl.)—Mrs. S. M. Woodard re- urned Sunday to her home In Sulphur Springs after a visit of everal days with friends here. Mrs. Perry J. Leverett and llt- _le son, Perry Joe, came in Wednesday for a visit of several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Whorton. Mr. and Mrs. John Sledge, son and granddaughter, and Mrs. Ella Earthman of Van Alstyne, Miss Idlctt Wlggs of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. John Gleen and Miss Helen Glenn of Waxahachie were guests of the Howlan Wlggs' Sunday. Mrs. L. T. Griffin of Austin and Mrs. R. L. Harris of Corsl- cana were visiting friends here for a few hours Saturday. M. Hartley of Corslcana was hero Monday to attend the funeral of his brother, Rufus Hartley. Mrs. Bill Corbln and little daughter, Janio, of Waxahachie visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. R. Griffin from Thursday un-| til Sunday. Mrs. Mamie Saunders and Miss Helen McClanhan spent the latter part of the past week with friends in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Worley and little son of Malono, Chesley Sheffield of American Airlines, Fort Worth, and Miss Irene Frasler of Dawson were New Year's Day fjuests of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goodrich. Mrs. Walter Ramsey, Mrs, Gordon Page, Misses Elsie and Melba Jean Page visited relatives In Cotton Gin during the holidays. Mrs. G. E. Ramsey, Sr., and Miss Joan Griffin attended "The Little Princess," at the high school in Corslcana Tuesday afternoon. Rov. E. L. Jones and wife and Miss Emma Lee Jones of Streetman were spend the day visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Glllon Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dubose and little daughter came In Monday from Tcxarkana. Mr. Dubose Is the new depot agent and we are glad to welcome them. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wilkinson and a number of their friends from Longvlew were here Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Wllkinkson's mother, Mrs. I. N. Navarro Mills NAVARRO MILLS, Jan. 5.— Spl.)—Bright, warmer weather has taken the place of tho extremely bad weather In our community, giving a little hint of Spring-like days. Farmers ore Inking advantage of these bright days to begin their farm work, which Is far behind duo to tho extremely dry fall. Mrs. Roy Goodman of Raleigh wns hero din-Ing tho week-end visiting relatives. We are sorry to report Miss Esther Marlowe has been 111 the past three weeks. Her many friends are hoping she may soon recover. Mrs. Gilbert Oden and little eon returned Saturday from Jacksonville where she visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Berry and children moved Into the community Monday from Spring Hill. Mrs. Berry is a toachor in tho public school hero and everyone Is pleased to have them reside In tho community. Mr. and Mrs. Rex French spent Friday with relatives at Bryan. Wilkinson. Bryan BRYAN, Jan. B.—(Spl.)—Bryan started their school work Monday. Mr. Thompson and family moved Into our community Tuesday. E. B. Osborne and family of our community moved to Emhouse. Mrs W.. W- Fitzgerald Is visiting relatives in Galveston, Mr. and Mrs, Wean spent Saturday and Sunday with Grand' mother Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Holse Barnes spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jones. Miss Louise Garren of Mos- helm is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Compton this week. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Moody and daughter, Juanita Jane, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Newell spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Marlow at Alliance Hall. Clara Bell Spann and Mary Dycus spent several days with Mrs. Tcsse Grlmmett in Corslcana. Mrs. Tesse Grlmmett and family, spent Christmas day with Mr. W. T. Dycus and family in Corsl- cana. We are sorry to report that Miss Ester Marlow is seriously ill. Mrs. Willie McMullan, Mrs. Tine McMullan and Mr.s Lizzie Montfort of Corslcana • were visitors wltn JJLr. and Mrs. M. C. Burdine Sunday afternoon. Bill Sparks, wife and llttlo daughter, Sammle, made a short visit in our community Sunday. . A. Cook and family of near Eureka, spent Shnday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lockhart. Miss Francis Bowden spent a part of last week with relatives in Corslcana. J. D. Burdlne and wife, Alvln Jones, and • family spent Sunday In Corslcana with Mr, and Mrs. Clay Fluker. Hiram Gatlln of Brownwood was a visitor with his brother, D. C. Gatlln, and Mrs. Mamie Lookhart Sunday and Monday, Mr. and Mrs, G. C. Bowden of Corsicana spent Sunday with John Bowden and wife, The pastor, Rev. M. D, Lowry, filled his regular appointment here Sunday. Monday he and' Mrs. Lowry went to Fort Worth where they had a part in a churrh gathering from that city to San Antonio. Also a mislsonary confer- enre which they are members. Former Resident Of Dawson Dies 'Harlingen Home W. D. Newnatn. aged 80 years, of Harilngen, died' Sunday night following a short Illness. Funeral rites were held at Harlingen Tuesday afternoon. Surviving are his wife of, Har. lingen, and a sister who resides In Kentucky, , "Mr. 1 Newnara formerly was a jnevchjint at Dawson and, resided for, several .years.,'. Bazette BAZETTE, Jan. S.—(Spl.)—Ba- zctte community had rain during the Christmas holidays. • Miss Mary Belle Reagan spent Tuesday night with Mrs. Ruth Reagan, Edd Hillhouse, who has been on the sick'list, Is well on the road to recovery. Denner Walker Is planning to take up some electrical work soon. Mr. and Mrs, Lester Walker spent Christmas with Mrs. Walker's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Atkins. Glenn Sessions and Ayleno Wasson, who aro attending school at Weatherford, spent the Christmas holidays with home folks. Clarence Sessions and family and W. Z. Sessions and family spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Sessions. Mrs. Jim Scarborough and daughter, Bouna Vista, spent Tuesday with Mrs. J. O. Sessions. Mrs. Ella Jennings was on the sick list last week. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sessions and Miss Opha Sessions spent the Christmas holidays In West Texas. Th.e Rev. Fletcher filled bis regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday. The high line through the community will soon be completed. Quarterly conference for the Bazetto charge will bo held at the Methodist church in Kerens Jan. 10th at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Loren Albrltton is on the sick list. Tom Sims was burled in the Prairie Point cemetery Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Evon Fields and children of Olney spent the holidays here relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hugglngs and son, Bobby Ray, spent Christ- mag with Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Fields and family, Mr. and Mrs, Charley Holiway and son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fields. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Jones and sona visited Mrs, Mamie Jones Friday x night. • Several- from Bazette attended Oak Grove ' Sunday Afternoon. Just Corbet CORBET, Jan. 5.—(Spl.)—Bright sunshine greeted the New Year in this locality Sunday morning. Largo crowds were on hand for regular church services Sunday morning, Sunday night, also Saturday night. R. M. Rogers passed away at the Corslcana hospital and clinic at an early hour Tuesday morning. Mr. Rogers had lived n»ar Corbet for some 10 years, and had a great host of friends here who sincerely regret his passing. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nokes and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Green of the Farmer community Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Bill ROJS and two children returned to their homo In Cotton Valley, La., Saturday after a visit here during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crawford gave a New Year's dinner Sunday. The following wore present: Mr. and Mrs. Rodney .French, and daughter, Luerene, Alliance Hall; Mr. and Mrs. Huse Tickle and son, Blllie, Jester; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kitchen and two sons, Joe, Jr., and Buford, Teague: Mr. and Mrs. August Wendorf and children, Tom and Jane, Corsl- cana; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Crawford and family, Emmott; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Vest and family, Union High; Misses Eva,- Mattio Lee, Juanita, Lameta 'and Buel Crawford Corslcana State Home; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Crawford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Osbono and family, Mr. and Mrs. elvln Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Crawford and baby and Mrs. J. L. Womack, all of Corbet. Mr. and Mrs. Farrls Nokes and family of Conroe were visiting in this community recently., Roane ROANE, Jan, B.—(Spl.)—R. O. Flowers, who had his tonsils removed during the Christmas holidays, is recovering nicely and is now back in school. Mrs. H. ,G. Knight of Dallas visited' Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hoi- ley over the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Lansford of Bcllevue and Mr. and Mrs. K. C. McCreary and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown of Richland Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wolverton, Mr. Jack Douglas, Mr. .Albert Gorman, Miss Juantta Mitchell, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McCreary visited Mr. and Mrs. K. C. McCreary Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitcham visited Mr, and Mrs. Sam Regan Sunday. , Mr. and. Mrs. H. R. Bass of Mesquito visited relatives In Roano over the Christmas holidays. Easy, convenient, Cheap tyms xpw; W^nt-Ad to l Mildred MILDRED, Jan. B.—(Spl.)—The Mildred schools started Monday after the Christmas holidays. Miss Ima Wright of this community and Therlon Horn of Cor- slcana wore united in marriage in Corslcana one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ellis and family visited Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ellis Thursday night. Miss Eunice Turner, who has been visiting her sister during the Christmas holidays in Dallas returned home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boyd and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Ellis Friday night. Use a Dally Sun Want Ad for quick results. Chickens-Chickens Bring us your Hens, Pullets or Roosters we need them all and will pay the top market price in cash. Bring' us your Sour Cream. NEW LOCATION C. L. McManus 210 East Fifth Avenue , '•• i L v * , .. ,i,iAI I . .1 £>A< «. h ,(.*** , V WE THANK YOU for io «nihuiiaitically cndoriing our campaign for lowtr pricai. Our policy throughout If II hit b*«n Io >•!! foodt it lowoil pouiblo prlcti. W* WILL CONTINUt THIS LOWCft PR/Cf CAM? PAIGH THROUGH I93« Fresh Baked Kitchen Craft Fig Bars j Flour IOC 1 .48 What a Price lb. Coffee Crackers Hominy Peaches Kraut Milk Airway, SIbs.42o Southland Texas Special Dried Kunors Mux-I-Mum * Z 2 2 4 4 ;, Ibs. lb. box IXC lb. bat: No. 300 can (all cans Crisco 3 i 1 ',,, 49c Oxydol I9c Meal Jell Well M'mallows Tissue Macaroni Tomatoes Polka Dot Asst. Fluffiest In Cello Waldorf or Spaghetti Mother o' Mine Standard mod. pUg. 20 3 2 3 3 4 29c Ibs. rolls a lOc No. 2 cans -MEATS- Smoked Jowls Sugar Cured lb. Rolled Roast Seven Steaks Fish Fresh Water lb. lb. lb. 190 15c IOC Fruits and Vegetables LETTUCE Firm Crisp Heads 3 " IOC Grapefruit™;?:.. 5 IOC Oranges as- * lOc Potatoes iS»f 1O""- SAFEWAY

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