>.- »- H SERVICES ELD THURSDAY FOR J. S. HARLLEE t Funeral services for Mrs. Frances Suson Harllee, aged 70 years, who died at the family home, 617 Wo at Park Avenue, Wednesday morning, were held from the residence of John C. Calhoun, 1600 West Second Avenue, Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Interment was made in Oakwood cemetery. The rites were conducted by Rev. E. T. Miller, pastor of the First Baptist church, of which she was a long-time member. A native of Little Rock, S. C., Mrs. Harllee had resided In Texas for many years. Prior to moving to Corsicana In 1903, the family resided at Georgetown for many years. She was the widow of the late J. S. Harllee, deputy district clerk and distrJct clerk of Navarro county for many years. Mrs. Harllee joined the Baptist church In 1881 at Georgetown. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. T. M. Hart, Mrs. John C. Calhoun and Mlaa Elizabeth Harllee; seven sons, Frank. Edward, Wallace, Charles, Leroy, Marion and Thomas Harllee, and a number of grandchildren. Shell, Dr. Ellis Glere, Marlon Martin, Henry,Walker, Joe E. Butler, Henry Hart, Judge A. E. Foster, Wm. V. Mowlam and Harry Clowe. _\Sutherland-McCammon Funeral Home directed the arrangements. Card of Thanks We want to thank each and everyone for the kindness and sympathy during the illness and death of our loved one, F. M Humphrey. In some way we hope to return your kindness.— Mrs. F. M. Humphrey, Children and Grandchildren. -I • ATTENTION n Employes Get wuou Previ< T Applesauce Cak t W To dunk a doughnut properly, hold It as does Debutante Brenda Frazler In New York, between thumb and third finger of right hand with an Index finger to steady It. So says Mrs. Gertrude Blnney Kay, who told college class in Boston that "dunlting's all right on informal occasions— but the hold must be correct." Behind the other "sinker" Is Edward Kurd, Jr. WAG SUGGESTS NEW NAME "FLOUR BOWL" TEXAS MEMORIAL STADIUM SINCE INAUGURATION O'DANIEL Service inin chances while It Is If your windshield wiper drlve > TAYLOR MAGNETO HOUSE Baby Chicks Are Fed K«d Chain Chick Starter every yean lves bette? AIN COR Telephone 470. By HOWARD C. MARSHALL AUSTIN, Jan. 19.—OP)—A new name has been suggested for the Texas Memorial stadium where W. Lee O'Danlol will be Inaugurated. A wag was attending the open- Ing of the new session of the legislature opined "Flour Bowl" would not bo Inappropriate, The home of the Texas Longhorns then might -well keep company, it was said, with the Rose Bowl at Pasadena, the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans and the Oran^o Bowl in Florida. Former Governor James E. Ferguson, who probably has made his last campaign speech In behalf of a member of his family for governor, was in the capitol legislative opening day to renew acquaintances and try to get a At K. WOLENS ONLY! EDAYS -WIDE ^ Our Manufacturers Told Us—And E'RE TELLING YOU Prices .are jGoing Up on Staples Better stock up now before the predicted rise in prices. Buy "Nationally Advertised" "Famous" Brands at K. Wolens' Famous Prices. Fast Color SH DRESSES ir 79c Values, on Sale !i lino on what the legislature will do. In the past, Ferguson has advocated a general sales tax to pension everyone over 65. He probably will keep coming to the capitol when the legislature Is In session, as long as he Is able to get around. Apparently well and hearty, he ia pursuing- the same course of life he has followed since his Wife, Mrs. Miriam A, Ferguson, completed her second term as governor and retired. He goes dally to his office In an Austin building, looks after his diversified .business interests and by meeting- friends and reading newspapers keeps close tab on current events, especially state politics. Lately there has been a report he might revive his political weekly, the Ferguson Forum, which he has not published for several months. Many former representatives, along with job-seekers, lobbyists and mere spectators, also saw proceedings when the legislature took off for a four*month flight. Said W. R. Nabours, Austin business man: "Twenty-six years ago I w as a green young- country member of the house, and I haven't missed the opening session since." Among other former representatives-on hand wore Bullock Hyder of Denton, Bert Ford of McGregor, now state liquor administrator, ( Deiyey Young, formerly of Wellington and now of Dallas, Harry Graves of Georgetown, now a Judge of the court of criminal appeals, and Jim Young of Cuero. Also attending were former Senators John W. Hornsby and T. H. McGregor of Austin, • A sneak preview of the latest In doughnuts and applesauce cakes was given the employes of the Corsicana Daily Sun Thursday morning when Mrs. Gladys Klnso'lvlng under the personal direction of the Old Maestro, Tom McElwee, presented the always hungry knights of the printed word with an adequate supply of the dunkers delight—official emblem of the International Association of Dutiful Doughnut Bunkers. The occasion was to allow news hounds, printers and ad chasers to officially pass on the product to bo passed on to the public which the Corsicana Camp Fire Girls will deliver to hundreds of satisfied customers Saturday, January 28. The doughnut and applesauce cake sale la an annual national affair for" Campfire and last year over 1200 dozen wero sold to the habitual dunkers of this city. The local Campfire executive, Mrs. Kinsolvlng, says early orders Indicate the total of last year will be far surpassed, Five Dunks were accorded Thursday's preview by the Sun employes who were unanimous in predicting a successful and profitable campaign for all concerned. The Camp Fire Girls held a check up meeting Thursday morn- Ing and samples of the product they arc selling were passed out for. their approval. -• News of County Home Demonstration Clubs m • » Beautiful styles of better wash dresses made of extra quality prints—all guaranteed fast colors—A good buy at 79o—a real baro-nln J! Charley McCombs, corpulent former representative from Dallas, was appointed a temporary page to House Speaker Emmett Morse. After Secretary of State Edward Clark had sworn Morse as speaker, he (Clark) called McCombs to the stand to "attend to the speaker's personal wants." Capitol newspapermen, who were the hardest-working persons hereabouts the first day, received some recognition In Morse's brief acceptance speech, "I want to express my appreciation," Morse said, to the newspapers and particularly to capitol correspondents for the many nice things they have said about me." Pursley 4-H Club The first meeting of the Pursley 4-H club In the new year was a called meeting by Imogene Shell, recreational leader, Jan. 18, 1039 at tho school building. After the business, tho meeting was turned over to the recreational leader. Sheets of songa were given out to each member nnd songs, both old and new, wero sung. After the songs two new and Interesting games were plav- ed. • The attractive new year books were received and discussed and everyone seems to look forward to a successful new year. Those present were: Bobble Brim, Blllia StiJes, Louise Pearson, Hettie Brown, Beth Finch, Mary Heliums, Billie Heliums, Jera Burns, Louise Gunn, Lometa Lasley, Imogene Shell, Dale Lasley, Gnett Benfleld, Rosemary Cooper, Jewell Dowd, Addle Taylor, Gene Lasley, Bettle Gunn. Mozell Mahoney, Opal Gunn and Vera Cooper. —Reporter. FUNERAL SERVICES AIR BOMBINGS IT WIN MR SAYS RETURNED ENVOY The many Texans n!i IS UP YOUR WIN! AT SALE PRICES CIX>SE-OTJT CURTAINS / Regular 49o and 60o Sellers Close-Out Price gov- WASHINGTON, Jan. __. ,., Ruddy-faced Nelson T. Johnson, American ambassador to China, told reporters today before conferring with. President Roosevelt: "The Slno-Japaneso war has proved beyond a doubt that bombing from the air does not win n war." The envoy, who has spent half his life Jn the orient, reiterated his prediction the conflict would continue for a long time. j d the Chinese morale high," he said, "they were full of hope In the future, I did not find thorn necessarily discouraged. | "China has not been utterly devastated by the war by any means. Life in the cities re- bogins Immediately after a bombardment ceases. An attempt IB made at once to clear damaged areas." Johnson, called back to Washington fbr report and \consulta- was reliably believed to' FOR J. M. BRADLEY HELD RICE THURSDAY Funeral services for John M. Bradley, aged 66 years, prominent resident of Rico for many years, who died in tho Navarro Clinic here early Wednesday morning, were held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The rites were hold at the Haynle Memorial Methodist church at Rice with interment in the Rice cemetery. Tho services were conducted by Rev, R. E. Brlggs, pastor of the church. Mr. Bradley was a native of Mississippi, but had resided In tho Rice community for tho past 46 years, and was well-known throughout Navarro county. Surviving are his wife, two sons, J. 1C Bradley and Alton B. Bradley, all of Rice; two brothers, Joe B. Bradley, Rico, and W. W. Brnd- Icy, Gladowater; two fllstera, Mrs. W. A. Ferryman, Dallas and Mrs. E. L. Bryan, Oklahoma City, and other relatives. Pallbearera were Mr. Fitzgerald, Bon Bartlett, Rod Bartlctt, J, C, Park, R, A. Eden and Clarence Mahaley. Sutharland-McCammon Funeral Home Is in charge_of arrangements. DEFENSE (Continued From Page One) ent output to 12,000 planes In three years—a production figure which, the administration Has heard, Germany already has attained. Only about $170,000,000 of the $300,000,000 Mr. Roosevelt asked for aircraft would be used for new planes, Arnold said. Nearly 1,600 of the 3,000 would be combat planes. Other projected expenditures Include: $62,000,000 for construction at existing: air stations, and establishment of air bases in Alaska, Puerto Rico, New Hampshire and Florida; $33,000,000 to add 2,200 officers and 25,000 enlisted men to the air corps' present 20,000 personnel; enlargement of technical schools at Rantoul, 111., and Denver, nnd $3,000,000 for additional research. The Increase In enlisted strength would include 1,200 flying cadets. General Malln Craig, chief of staff, wan another witness before the committee yesterday. With Arnold, he recommended a legislative program including abandonment of the competitive bidding system for procuring- plnnea during tho "emergency" period. Nine-Point Defence Pr WASHINGTON, Jan. 19. A nine-point defense program will be considered by congress if It follows the suggestions of ^General Malin Craig-, army chief of staff. The measures Craig- recommended to the senate military committee yesterday would: 1. Increase the army plane limit to 6,000 fighting craft. 2. Increase tho air corps personnel. 3. Increase the number of air reserve officers on active duty. 4. Train air corps personnel In civilian schools. 6. Train civilian Instructors In army schools. 0. Provide more training planes for civilian schools. iu 7 '^ Pr °Y tde housing additions'In tho Canal Zone. 8. Broaden powers of the army procurement section. 9. Increase army "educational" orders with industry. Courthouse County Court Thft Jury for the week was ex- cuaed Wednesday afternoon by Judge Paul H. Miller. Marriage Incense. A. C. Gordon and Willie Bessie Gordon, Warranty Deeds. MM. Lula Agnes Young to Jlmmle Ixm McCormlck, lot 6, block 832, Corslcnna; 10 acres of the R. R. Goodloe survey, and 88 1-2 acres of the Louis Powell survey, $1 and other considerations. Cnl R, Kcrr to Jack Hussell, part of the Jehu Peoples survey, $1 and other considerations. Sheriffs" Office. An automobile stolen,earlier In tho week In Ellis county, recovered on tho highway by deputy sheriffs Wednesday was turned over to Ellis county authorities for the rightful owner. Three suspects for the attempted robbery last week of the Stone store In East Corsioana were brought hero from Waxahachlo Wednesday In the Investigation being conducted .by the county authorities. * . Justice Court One was fined for overloading, one for operating a car without license, one for drunkenness and one for reckless driving in Judge Pat Geratighty's court. Two were fined for theft and, one for overloading by Judge A. E. Foster. FOUR PRISONERS COUNTY JAIL TAKEN TO PENITENTIARY \ Four prisoners In the county jail who had been assessed terms in the Texas penitentiary in the district court here were conveyed to the penitentiary at Huntsvllle Thursday morning by Bud Russell, transfer agent. Mack Demmlngs, negro, Is to serve ,two years on a burglary charge, Emanuel Dawson, negro, faces a ninety-nine year sentence as a result of his conviction of murder In connection with the "hammer slaying" of Eddie Walker, Houston negro, near Rico last Fall. S. L. Flynn Is to serve two years for burglary and theft while Ernest Davis has two years for burglary. FARMERS BE PROMPT SIGNING FOR CONSERVATION Farmers of Navarro county Thursday were urged by Sinclair Baker, administrative assistant, to come to the county AAA headquarters In the basement of the court house promptly after receiving their notices to sign the 1938 applications for conservation payments. "The quicker the producers coma In and sign the applications, tho quicker they can get their money," Mr. Baker pointed out. All related cases must be sent In by tho producers at tho same time this year under n. stato office ruling received at tho local crop headquarters, It was stated. To Present Play The public speaking class of the I. O, O, F, Home will pro- sent a play, "What A Family" In tho auditorium of tho home Friday night at 7:30 o'clock. An invitation Is extended tho public to attend. Ad nsement <Corsicana Light .' F re Wid Read That the Corsicana Semi-Weekly Morning Light Is read far beyond the county and stato lines la evidenced by inquiries received by advertisers recently from Houston and Bucyrus, Ohio. Tho Big Four Shoo Store received a letter from Houston saylnff 'This In In regard to an ad which appeared on papo 5 In tho Corsl* cana Somi-Woekly Light January 13." The also of shoo wanted was then Hated with "In case you have this size- would you send me a pair by parcel post." It Is need- leas to say tho Big Four Immediately filled tho order. W. A, Dobbins, Corsicana, Route No. 2, advertised a farm for rent in Tho Light. One of 1 inquiries came from a resident of Bucyrus, Ohio, socking detailed Information concerning tho farm. Easy, convenient. Cheap • - Just Phone Your Want Ad to 168. ••- ','*• •1" 1*1 NEW KNOX HAT Take the Highway ulth First SPRING STIIAWS AND * $5.00 to $12.50 ' ;WiV.-tf •J.' !".'-*•• ' ' ' • " " ^" ™^"»"»"fc"v^ ^B KATE MELUNEK West CoUta RAND GIFTS OF VKUI Baby Chicks Are Fed Hod Chain Chick Starter every year. It gives better "result*. Distributed' By McCOLPIN CHAIN COMPANY Telephone 470. Try us once for your Permanent wave or Manicure, In fact any Une of beauty Work. We guarantee to please. Call 247 for appointment, or come by 108 West Sixth avenue. NOBRIS SHOPPE - — — — ^^— — — — - — -- — - — — —^-^r v^^ • •• m-m—w—^^ The bride of today Is the hostess of tomorrow—and her success In entertaining depends a great deal on the appointments of her table.' If you want your gift to be a helpful one — choose Sliver. From our wide selection of fine Sterling and plated ware, you can select the gift that she'll consider "perfect** —and Us cost you will find, Is quite within your means. Come in 'See for yoursslf. 216 N.BEATON ST ^ ,-i I-T-] irquiaette Usually sells for yd. or more Plover Sheets Made By Oarza Size 81x09. Soft snowy white. Firmly woven. 69c •8 Ounce Feather Tick Heavy quality. Guaranteed feather proof. 17c yd. napped on Fancy patterns 80x105 Krinkle Spreads In popular colors. All Hemmed. 49c stays in the mood the house was In when It authorized appointment of its employes for the session. Rep, Homer Leonard of McAllen, who introduced the resolution said It provided for 160 employes, a material reduction from those of the past legislatures He said it was "In line with the speakers wishes, but added some other' employes may have to be taken on in the future. Singing: Friday Night The public is cordially. Invited to attend the regular weekly singing which meets at the court house 7:30 Friday night. ' Many local singers will 1 take part and some visiting singers are expected to be there. Large crowds have been attending these singings and all enjoy tho splendid programs. Radiator Repair 4 Let us repair, clean and flush your ffl" al ? l L b ??»« but little and saves lots of trouble, HE BODS RADIATOR AND ELECTRIC 4th and Main — Phone 868 a conference yesterday with Sec- rotary Hull. Raybestos P-G When reUnln* your brakes always ask for JP-G, Any mechanic can jrei Raybestos P-G Brake Llnlnjr and they are the best. HKIF3VER BROS. GARAGE 112 West Fourth Avenue Easy, convenient, Cheap - • Jus* Phone Your Want Ad to 18S. C. F. BRYAN, M. D. Sltln Cancer Diseases of Women Mild Office Treatment For Piles. Office nt Residence Exall IIoIehtR—Corslcaiiu Telephone 1800 ™ Cost Something? want Ad. Daljy R. B. OWEN, LAWYER Daily Su^ Bulldlnf Genera! Practice Specializing In Land Title Work and Estates SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES ' H. Ir f- * Brown FeppereU SHEETING A famous brand of quality sheeting at a low price. 24cyd, -^f w H • r ™ v ^t^ A v Bath TOWELS Wfclte with colored borders. Good quality. 15c House Coats and Robes A Pajamas, Silk and Balbriggan 1 lot Assorted. OLIVIA r - First One Just Aro 108 WEST the Corner Off Beaton at •i- * m^m I*-*' * -. t > * •***. *iti l: VV 3Sl*;';V»:.v B*fr ,-^^y. •• f t •, 1 L 1 I f ' J b L • _> U ALIT OE hr eputatio ___ _____ alue Abov Pric tt Oonn Black Patent Lea Block Crushed Ki Black id Parisian Blue Fresh Earth Japonlca Sienna Bust; Red Burgund tor Black Patent Crushed Ki 6.7 -f 1 •.
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