Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas on February 10, 1939 · Page 5
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Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas · Page 5

Corsicana, Texas
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Friday, February 10, 1939
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THE CORSICANA LIGHT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1989. FTVB Interesting News From Navarro County Towns Tuoelo SCENE FROM KING OF GOLDEN RIVER TUPELO, Feb. 9.—(Spl.)—J. E. Norwood, wife, son Joseph and Richard Burdlno spent Tuesday in Dallas. Mrs. Street ifltchell, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Mitchell visited Mr. S. S. Mitchell and wife I:- Tyler Wednesday, Mrs. Lonnlo Mitchell remaining over for a fe^ days' .rstay. Mary Louise Gillesple went with a group of the Rice school pupil's to Dallas Saturday. Mrs. J. D. Burdino and Mrs. i John Bowden have been spending i a part of their time with Mrs. Myrtle Meadows who Is very sick In tho Navarro Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gorman had a son born to them Fr.' "ay at tho Navarro Clinic. This /is the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McMulIan. Mr. and Mrs. John Norwood of Wichita Falls and Miss Loulso Wheeler of Electra are here for a few days' visit with their parents. Mrs. Odell Blackwell of Tyl«r visited her parents here over the week end and attended churcu here Sunday. ^ Barry BARRY, Feb. 9.—(Spl.)—Mr. nd Mrs. O. M. Woodruff were JaTlas visitors Sunday. JV M. Head of Corslcana was in Barry a short time Saturday. t Miss Gladys Brady of Cameron \ .and A. C. Westbrooks of Ennia were week-end guests of Miss Gladys Varnell. Tom Dye and family and Mrs. W. A. Moore of Mortens visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Price visited In Llano Sunday. Announcement has been received of the marriage of Paul McCarty and Miss Elloulse Hap- waod. of Oklahoma City, January ill. Miss Marcrcta Evans and Jack Carrington of Dallas and Dell Evans of Ferris visited Mr. and ;Mrs. R. L. Evans Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grlmmett of. Hlllsboro visited his mother, Mrs. Gluck (Phillip Harmon) finds the King of the Golden River (George Thornton) on tho mountain top in "The King of tho Golden River." A Clare Tree Major production coming to the Senior High School auditorium on Tuesday, Feb. 14, at 3:30 p. m. 27: N. J. Grlmmett, Tuesday. Miss Katherine Armstrong of Blooming Grovo spent Monday night with Miss Louise Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Griffin of near Waco visited her father, J. I. Watklns, recently. Mildred MILDRED, Feb. 9.—(SpU— Mr. and Mrs. Gay of Barry have moved to this community. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Parker have moved from this community to Roscoc. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boyd and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cortez Wright. Miss Odessa Follls entertained with a party Friday night. Mr. Reed, highway patrolman of Corslcana, gave a talk to the students, of Mildred High School on "Safety" Monday morning. RicHand RICHLAND, Feb. 9.— (Spl.) — We had a few flakes of snow one Jay last week with our cold weather. • Lloyd Elkins, Jr., was real sick last week. We understand several children were absent from school last week due to Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shuster and Miss Electra Brown of Dallas and O. R. Smith and family 'of Waco were spend-the-day guests of Dr.. A. J^ 1 . Brown and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Harlln visited his father, Will Harlln, and sisters, Misses Mary and Sammlo Harlln, recently. Ernest Maddox of London visited In Richland this week. (""Mmirl T.owlfl vtrn a In. TOI(*Vilnnri Frost FROST, Feb. 0.— (;P>— Mrs. S. F. Jones and daughter, Miss Beatrice, visited in the home of their daughter -and sister, Mrs. Leo Cha i- berlaln and family, over ths week end. Miss Christine Chappel of En- nls, visited her uncle, Glenn Reed and family, last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Blake and nleco, Ann Couch, visited their Dallas relatives Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lonlo Harrington and son Ross Edward visited her mother, Mrs. H. P. Ross and family over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Hobbs and Ms. Molllo Spencer were Ccrslcana visitors Saturday. Mrs. J. F. Henderson and daugh- Phillip's Chapel PHILLIPS CHAPEL, Feb. 0.— (Spl.)—Mrs. L. W. Fralcy Is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Martin and family were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Jones of Marlln. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Bailey and son, Jlmmle, were Greenville visitors last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Tilton and daughter of Angus visited In tho homo of C. G. Ruth Sunday afternoon. Mrs. I. T.' Martin was a Waco visitor Sunday. Dick O'Neal and Lillian High of GroDsbeck spent Tuesday and Wednesday of last week In the hom.e of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. O'Neal. Miss Wynello Osborne returned a few days visit here with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Osborne. Miss Mary Virginia Hutson of Independence and Miss Maurlne Burns and Miss Julia Belle Hutson of this community spent Saturday night and Sunday visiting in the Navarro community. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. O'Neal and family were Groesbeck visitors Sunday. Christine Hanks of Corslcana was the guest of Martha Lee and Doris Ann Leech Friday night. Miss Ernestine Osborne of this community and Miss Merle Goodwin and Dorothy Brown of North Corslcana spent tho weekend In Dcnton.. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hutson and daughter of Zions Rest were Phillips Chapel visitors Sunday night. Mrs. H. G. Rhodes and daughters wont to Kaufman Saturday to take Mrs. Millie Fogleman to her home there after her visit here. The Rhodes returned here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lackie of Dallas visited B. F. Hand and family Friday. Odle Powers of Duncan, Okla., visited B. F. Hand and family Sunday. Mrs. Oma Morrison and sons, Tom, Horace. J. D., Jr., and Johnnie of Dallas Hpcnt Saturday In the home of their son and brother, Claud Morrison. Blooming Grove BLOOMING GROVE, Feb. 9.— (Spl.)—Dudley George, wife and children were visiting relatives hero and In Frost this week-end. Mrs. Johnnie Womack and daughter, Miss Marilyn Womack, of Dallas were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Deason Saturday and Sunday. Presiding Elder R. O. Sory and Mrs. Sory of Corslcana were hero Sunday night. Rev. Sory held the first quarterly conference at tho local Methodist church at tho evening service. W. O. George and wife of Dallas visited his father, Mr. T. M. George, Sr., for a few hours Sunday afternoon. Frank Taylor, Jr., and James R. and Jack Griffin, students In A. and M. College, spent several days at homo this week. This being tho between term holidays. Miss Lorraine George, a senior In the University of Texas, was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. George from Frdoy until Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Bell of McAllen Is spending this week with her mother, Mrs. A. A. Glenn. Her daughter, Miss Teresa Bell, of T. S. C. W., has also been a guest of Mrs. Glenn. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Tlllman, Jr., Mrs. C. L. Tillman, Sr., and Mrs. Myrtle Robinson visited In Port Arthur from Friday until Monday. Mrs. R. E. L. Marshall and children of Corslcana were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Brooks Sunday. The Young Matron's Sunday School class of the Methodist church Is sponsoring a book review February 14, at 2 o'clock at the Methodist chuhrch audltor- um. Mrs. Velllc Robinson will review "Bobecca." Admission 15 and 25 cents. The proceeds go to clothe and orplan girl. Beery-Taylor In Stand Up and Fight tor, Miss Mary Ruth, Mrs. W. F. Sanders and Miss Norene Ross were Corsicana shoppers Friday. Mrs. J. C. Thomas and baby of Corslcana are spending this week Texas and Mrs. A. T. Taylor of with her father, Will Melton. one day Inst week. Mrs. W. D. Brown sick list. Mark Anderson of is visiting relative sand friends in Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilbanks and Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Hlghtower of spent Sunday with homo folks. Fort Worth visited their mother, Mrs. M. G. Blankenshlp and fam- have returned to Richland after about eight months absence. They lase Misery COLDS Miss Jessie Wilson Is spending have rooms with Mr. H. W. Stepp. C. S. Carrington of this week with relatives In Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Earl I-ightower of Dallas, spent Sunday with his par had business week. Mrs. Thelma Brown ents, Mr. and tower. Mr. and Mrcs. A. F. Allen and Rose Lansford had Corsicana Sunday. ily In Tyler Monday. Grady Hobbs left Sunday moved back Into the house with Mrs. Iva Brown of Corslcana spent Mrs. Texie Plant. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Will Meador and son of Rio Vis- over the week end. Miss Wllma Allen spent tho week end folks. Windshield Wiper Service Don't take chances while It Is ruining. If your windshield wiper —CORSICANA— does not work, drive to us, we ran repair It Oar prices arc very MIDNIGHT SHOW Saturday Night 11:30 Sunday, Monday and Tuesday reasonable. TAYLOR MAGNT5TO HOUSE Dally Sun Want Ad for 1939'S FIRST BIG DRAMATIC SMASH! The lustiest adventure ever shared by daring lovers! Valiant women and bold men of the South face a raw, untamed frontier*! Wednesday-Thursday ON THESTAGE IN PERSON Plus Screen Attractions CONSTANCE BENNETT VINCENT in— "SERVICE DK LUXE" with Charles Buggies, Helen Broderlek, Mlscha Auer DAVE APOLLON AND BAND PARAMOUNT NEWS Pioneer Literary Club of Kerens In Session Saturday KERENS, Feb. 7.—(SpU—The Pioneer Literary club met In the home of Mrs. Wade Price, Saturday afternoon at 3 p. m., after having been postponed from Friday on account of the death in the family of a member. Mrs. Jack Flte was assisting hosiers. Mrs. Horace Newsome, president pro tern since a mobe from tho city necessitated the resignation of Mrs. E. M. Wcstbrook, presided In her gracious and efficient way. Mrs. A. B. Keen, leader for the afternoon, had as her subject, Roll call was answer"Essentials of a Good Mrs. Keen used as the keynote of her talk, "He Is happi- e king or peasant, whn peace In his home," and brought an inspiring message. Mrs. Howell Brister In a speech of welcome and appreciation for our guest speaker, Introduced Rev. Joe N. Everheart, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, who talked on "Religion In the Homo". Always popular as a speaker, a profound thinker and philosopher, It has been said of Rev. Mr. , Everheant time' «nd again that he always says exactly the right thing to fit the occasion, and this was no exception the rule. Reading from several primers and grammar school books of tho past century, along with Mc-Guf- fey'a second reader, all of which were rich with religious stories, ho traced the trend In education to the present day class books, none of which contained even one religious fable. Tn no way costing criticism on our public school systems he made the point, that clearly our children will not get religion In their schools, and that not enough time is spent in the church In all Its prases of work to get even a minor education religiously there, It remains for the mothers homemakers to try to inject more religion In the homes. His discourse was so learned and so evidently worth while, he las been Invited to present it en toto" before a union prayer meeting of the various churches of Kerens at an early date. Concluding the program Mrs. Eldredge McCord read a poem after which the hostesses served a delectable refreshment plate to members and Rev. and Mrs. Everheart, who was also a wel come guest. Have Fine Baby Boy. KERENS, Feb. 7.—(Spl.)—Rela- tives and friend? of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Simmons of Kerens, who are residing In Forsan, have received announcements of the arrival of a fine baby boy, born at their home on January 28th He has been given the namo of John Kenneth. Does Your Radiator Leak? Then brine It by and let us Hush and repair It. Our prices are reasonable.—Ilerods Radiator and Electrical, 4th and Main. CHATFIELD, Feb. 9.— (SpU— Mrs. R. L. Hodge, Mrs. Hodge and Mrs. Louise J. P. Burk- vislted in Corslcana Satur- hcad day. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sanders of Athens spent Monday night with his sister, Mrs. J. P. Hodge. J. R. Callaway and family visited in Dallas Sunday. W. A. McCants and family and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hervey of Corslcana and A. J. McCants and family of this community were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. S. R. Standlfer. J. N. Little and family visited Mrs. Little's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waldrop of Ennls Sunday. Mrs. O. J. McCants and son, Charles, attended the dedication of the R. E. B. Baylor monument in Waco Wednesday. Mrs. MeCants Is a daughter of the third president of the university. D. E. Andrews and son of Lawton, Okla., accompanied Mrs. McCants and son home Wednesday. Mr. Andrews and son visited the dedication also. Airs. Hugh Kirby, who has been confined to her bed for the past week or so Is "now Improving. Mrs. Hallle Reel and little daughter and her brother, Mrs. Jack Nash returned from Jacksonville Saturday afternoon. Vance Callaway, who Is attending S. M. U. at Dallas visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Callaway over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sheets, Mrs. W. L. Sheets and Mrs. Lola Gatnes were week-end visitors In Dallas. Wallace Beery takes Robert Taylor Into hand In one of the scenes from "Stand Up and Fight" their latest Metro release. Florence Rice lends the feminine charm In the picture which open* at the Palace theatre Saturday night at 11:30. Barton MacLane and Charles Blck- ford add to the action. Bryan BRYAN, Feb. 9.—(Spl.)—C. L. Brown of Malakoff visited Mr. and Mrs, R. L. Brown during tho vcek-end. Daniel Ivle, of Purdon, visited Albert Brown Saturday night. Billy Fitzgerald visited his aunt, itrs. T. D. Neal of Frost, the past week-end. Mr. and Mrs. May Owens, Mr. ind Mrs. S. A, Beamon visited dr. and Mrs. A. S. Thompson Sunday afternoon. Lee Mahonoy and family visited Mr. and Mrs, S. 3, Baggctt and family Sunday. Luthor Ward has returned lomo after unondlnf snvernl r'-"t n tho hospital, Ha la reported doing nicely. Leo and Thoo Brown visited Charles Henry Woodard of Jestoi' he past week. end. Clyde Dale and family visited *. L. Kaglcr and family at Blooming Grovo Sunday. Wo arc glad to report that Mrs. Ona Adams is doing nicely after several days of Illness. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thomas, Mr. and Mra. Edd Slaughter and 'amlly of Purdon. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williamson were visitors of Mr. and Mrs, T. M. York and family Sunday. Tho Bryan 4-H Club girls hart a meeting at the Bryan school Tuesday afternoon to discuss gardening. The girls Imd a "ptnc 1 'Ing" party at tin BryaQ Kehool Tuesday afternoon at 2 February 7. Rice RICE, Feb. 9.—(Spl.)—T h e ladles of Rice were all Invited to meet with the Methodist Missionary Society Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Methodist church to hear a talk on India. Tho meeting opened by singing a song. Mrs. R, L. Waller read the devotional followed by prayer by Mrs. T. H. Wear. Mrs. Waller then Introduced the speaker, Mrs. George T. Jester of Corslcana, who gave us a real description of her trip to India, Mrs. Jester Is a woman of rare culture, education and a true Christian. Her talk was greatly enjoyed by everyone present. The presence of Mrs. J. A. McGo 'he pi o* of Corslcana Navarro Mills NAVARRO MILLS, Feb. 0.— (Spl.)—Everyone has been enjoying the sunshine of the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berry were Dawaon visitors Saturday afternoon. Heartiest congratulations are being extended Mr. and Mrs. Rex French since the arrival of a baby boy at the P. and S. hospital Friday, February 3. The little man has been named Willie Nellan. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McReynolds of Dawson spent the weekend In the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moaley. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Berry of Spring Hill spent a few days last week with Mr, and Mrs. Jack Berry. W. A. Hargis was a Corslcana business visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mra. John Odcn and •Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Crecellus and family were Bryan visitors Sunday afternoon, having gone to sec Mrs. Rex French, who Is spending a few days at the home of her mother, Mrs. Thummel. Lost Something? Sun Want Ad. Try a Dally added much to tho meeting. The district secretary, Mrs. J. K. Stroud, of Groesbeck, was another welcome guest. At the conclusion of tho meeting. The group was Invited to the parsonage where wo were served special tea and cookies and heard Mrs. Jester talk some more and explain a number of pictures of India, The Missionary Society la begin* nlng a study of India next week, this lecture will indeed be a great Inspiration, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Bartlett were called to Dallas Saturday night to be with their daughter, Miss Jeanette Bartlett, who is In St. Paul's Sanitarium where she underwent an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Goodwyn had as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Harrison and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Goodwyn and daughter of Dallas and Mr. and Mra H. E. Redden and throe daughters of Corslcana. Mrs. J. A. McGco and Mra. J, B. Fortson were guests of Mrs. J. A. Lockey last Wednesday. Miss Kelly Loop of Dallas visited her mother, Mrs. D. M. Loop, Sunday. G. W. Pollan, Richard Hobbs, John Lockoy, and James Lloyd Hall, students In A. .and M... College spent part of last week at home. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bell of Corslcana visited relatives here Sunday. Kerens PTA Met In Program Session On Tuesday Afternoon KERENS, Feb. 8.—0<P>—The Kerens Parent-Teacher Association held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday at 3:15, In tho muslo room of tho grammar school building. Quite a large number of mothers and practically the entire school faculty wore present to hear the well-arranged program under the direction of Mrs. A, S. Pritohard. Mrs. Wade Price, president, called the meeting to order and disposed of a number of business items. Mrs. Prltchard then expressed pleasure at the goodly crowd present and Introduced tho following program: Piano Number: The Sach Waltz —Carolyn Price. Piano Duet: Valse Elegante— Misses Hortcnse and Racine Sim mons. Violin Duo: Valse Mllltalre— Joyce Tolbert of Trinidad, guest and Terry Sanders, with Miss Golda Noble, accompanist. "How tho Printed Word In fluences the Youth of Today"— Miss Pauline Dahnke, head of tho speech department. "Some of tho Later Develop ments In the Visual Age"—Profes sor Poff. At the room count the firs grade had the largest number o: mothers present. Mrs. V. H. Tolbert and ho daughter, Joyce, of Trinidad were very welcome guests. Sunday School Class Meets. KERENS, Feb. 8.—(Spl.)—The Workers' Class of tho First Meth odlst Sunday school met in their regular program and social meet Ing on Monday afternoon with Mrs. G. H. Sanders as hostess. After a short business session Mrs. T. L. Whorton brought i splendid devotional and led th study of tho Bible, which th class began before Christmas. Twenty-two members were pros ent and a profitable afternoon wag spent In study and discussion During the social hour which fol lowed, a refreshing plate wa served by tho hostess. Purdon ^ PURDON, Feb. 9.—(Spl.)'—Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Stough of Waco snrnt Sunday with Mrs. Hannah Howard. W. E. Butler came In Thursday from Muloshoo. Miss Gcraldlne Brownfleld is visiting relatives In Mississippi. G. O. McGehee and W. H. McCraw attended the Masonic lodge meeting Saturday night in »on. Mrs. Lester Ramsey and llttln son spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ford. Mrs. Alford McCraw and little son, William Reginald, and Mra. Remus Jones of Corslcana. spent last week In Levelland with their parents, Mr. and Mra. B. E. Spence. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Henderson were In Corsicana Friday night. Mrs. S. E. Spence, formerly of this community returned to her horns In Levelland last Tuesday. Sun Want Ads Bring Results. Get Comforting Relief from ftf/JV/VV HEAD COLDS DO THiii Put toma Vlclcs VapoRub up each nostril and snlff"well back. - Nexi.moit a spoonful ot VapoRub inn bowl of boiling water; breathe In tha medicated vapors for several minutes. This loosens phlegm and further clean the air-passages. AT BEDTIME, rub VapoRub on throat, chest, and back no Its long-continued double action can re- ,«s. lleve the miser; ot .the cold while you sleep. n»Y IT—then you'll' know why VapoRub Is a standby 111 3 out ot S homes. WICKS W VAPORUB D U N L O P "World's Safest Tires." Liberal allowance on your old tiros. Easy terms. Always call Dimlop before yon buy. 323 N. Beaton • Fhone 601 announcing A Special Clinic This Week Hot now/ ... thanks to Black- Draught. Often that droopy, tired feeling is caused by constipation, an everyday thief of energy. Don't put up with it. Try the fine old vegetable medicine that simply makes the lazy colon go back to work and prompt relief. Just ask for" BLACK-DRAUGHT.. | "An old friend of the family." itwttb FLOWERS TUESDAY.FEB. 14TH !• the day, and Clowe'* the place to get flowers for her. Phone your orders now for delivery on the 14th. 620 North 16th Street Telephone 448 • Corslcana, Texas Any Individual suffering; from the following disorders: Asthma Sldn Trouble Hay Fever Rectal Disease* Arthritis Female Disorder* Rheumatism Prostatlo Trouble Sciatica, Ulccra of the Stomach Lumbago Angina PectorU Appendicitis Heart EnvolvemenU and Constipation •hould Investigate the new system of diagnosis that I am Installing this week. This system of diagnosis specifically determine* by aid of the X-ray the functional cause of the disorder, thereby enabling me to adjust the cause and not the effect. Most eminent authorities contend that more than 90 per cent of all chronic diseases are directly traceable to tho Improper function of the colon. It Is Invariably a functional disorder that cause* constipation. Some of the manifestations that may indicate a sluggish bowel lire dizziness, headaches, continued fatigue, lassitude, nervousness, general debility, high blood pressure, body odors, fermentation, bad breath, excess gas with bloating and distress after meals. If you are suffering at this time with any ot the above mentioned aliments you should avail yourself of tho services of my health clinic this week, while I have Dr. Daly here to assist me in conducting tho examination and diagnosis, HO that I may bo able to giro you the greatest possible assistance one may secure. Tn the event that you may need X-ray service to assist In tho diagnosis, I will be pleased to render this service at a very nominal fee. STABTS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH The Clinic Closes Friday Afternoon, February 17. C.B.BRONSON CHIROPRACTOR T. P. Mays Bulldlnf, . Corslcana, Texas. "WHEBE SICK PEOPLE GET WELL,"

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