Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas on February 21, 1939 · Page 2
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JPWO FORMER CORSICANAN PASSED AWAY SUNDAY .FORT WAYNE, IND. Word has been received by. relatives In Corslcana of the passing away In Fort Wayne, Ind., on Sunday of Lafayette (Fay) Mul- -•llns, who was born and grew to young manhood In Corslcana, being the son of the late Willie Mulllns, and grandson of the late Rev- S. G. Mulllns, pioneer Baptist minister and resident of Cor- slcana. Funeral services for Mr. Mul- llns were held In Fort Waynn Monday morning at 10.30, with Interment there. He Is survived by his wife and a sister, Mrs. Ina McCandless of Denver, Colo., and other relatives, among whom Is an aunt, Mrs. E- O. Vaughan, of Corslcana. Mr. Mulllns will be remembered by many old-time Corslcana residents who knew him In his boyhood and young manhood before he left this city. Curd of Thnnks. We wish to take this method ol thanking all who were sO kind to us during the Illness and death of our brother, Charles Stringer. We also wish to thank all those who sent the beautiful floral offerings. May you have just such friends In • your hour of need. Bert Stringer and Family, L. !„ Stringer and Family, Luclle Stringer, Clara Bell Stringer. Announcement We wish to announce that O. A. (Ernest) McBrlde Is now connected with us. He Invite* all his friends and patrons to come by. HEROD RADIATOR AND ELECTRICAL Fourth and Main Kerens FFA Held Initiation Thursday For Green Hands KERENS, Feb. 20.—(Spl.)—An Interesting meeting of Kerens F. F. A. was held In tho agriculture class of tho high school building Thursday evening when fourteen green hand candidates "'rode the goat" In an Initiation ceremony. Every chapter offecer was present and tho ceremonies were carried out according to regulation under the supervision of Professor Roy E. Cloud. Quito a number of the "Green Hands" have- earned good profits from their agricultural projects, several having over $100 to show for their labor and painstaking effort to detail. FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. FLEMING HELDJN SUNDAY Funeral services for Mrs. Fred Fleming, aged 73 years, native of COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT TO TALK TOADS CLUB J. C. Watson, Navarro county school superintendent, will be the principal speaker at the meeting of the" Corslcana Dads Club at the junior high school auditorium Monday .night at 7:80 o'clock. To Quickly East Cold Discomfort and RAW THROAT GET GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN James rowloy, Newton Russell Ellett, Billy Purlfoy, Jr., , and Alice Harwell will render special patriotic numbers. Refreshments will be served Navnrro county, who Muskogee, Oklahoma, died in Friday, Knobnockers Put On Public Show; Escape Officers by the Parent-Teachers Association, and an Inspection of the newly-completed classroom wing of the building will be featured Father of Mildred Woman Died Dallas Hospital Saturday DALLAS, Feb. 20—Funeral services for John Thomas Clark, aged 60 years, of Carrollton, who died in a local hospital Saturday, were hold at Carrollton Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Suvlvlng are his wife, two sons, John Clark, Carrollton, and H. C. Clark, Dallas; five daughters, three grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Abble 'M'cCasland, Wheeler. One daughter, Mrs. Annie Donle, resides at Mildred. wore held here • Sunday morning at 10 o'clock In Oakwood ceme- tory where Interment was made. The rites here were conducted by Rev. P. E. Rlley, pastor of the First Methodist church. Mrs. Fleming had long been prominent In civic and other organizations In Texas and Oklahoma. She served as president of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs In 1916-1017, and was past president of the sixth district Oklahoma Federation of Women's Clubs and vice-president of the Oklahoma Garden clubs. She waa prominent in club circles for several years before moving to Muskogee, Okla. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Jame T. Elliott, Dallas; Mrs. John B. Shermnn, Nebraska, and Mrs. Frances Reese, Muskogee, Okla.; two sisters, Mrs, Mary H. Sullengerger, Corslcana, and Mrs. Chas. M. Lutterloh, Jonesboro, Ark.; a brother, J. W. Hartzell, Conway, Ark., and other relatives. Pallbearers were Beauford H. Jester, J. N. Garitty, George Baum, Ralph Tatum, C. L. Jester and Lowry Martin. . Sutherland-McCammon Funeral Home directed the arrangements here. Corporation Court. Five charges of intoxication, one of making a left turn .on Beaton street, and one of running over a stop sign brought offenders into the Corslcana Corporation Court Monday morning. FORT WORTH, Feb. 20.— (A 9 )—While a gallery eyed them through a plate glass window, two Unobknockers worked merrily on a vault In a coffee company last night. Over their heads burned a 100-watt bulb which they did not bother to turn off. Tho daring and nonchalant fair wore observed by » company employe who happened to drive by. He telephoned police.' Tho two officers went to a Dido door, but meanwhile the pnlr had disappeared In the darker Interior of tho building, spectators reported. Rclnfrocementa arrived, and police and others searched the two-story premises thoroughly but the men were not to be found. They had not gotten into tho vault, despite the aid of a cold chisel, bit, and large sledge hammer. T. J. COLVIN WAS DURIED SUNDAY IN DAZETTECEMETERY Funeral services for T. J. Col- vln, aged 77 years, native of Anderson county, who died at the home of his nephew, R. E. Col- vln, three miles north of Kerens, Saturday morning, were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Bazette church. The rites were conducted by Rev. M. O. Cheek, pastor of the Kerens Baptist church. Interment was in the Bazette cemetery. Surviving are a son, Wesley Colvln, Kansas City; a daughter, Mrs. Rhoda Welch, Atlanta, Ga.. and other relatives. Corley Funeral Home directed the arrangements. BIG 4 SHOE STORE CO. PROUDLY ANNOUNCES rfS APPOHVTMENT AS ONE OF AMERICA'S STORES JAMES P. HUTCHINS DURIED SUNDAY IN OAKWOOD CEMETERY Funeral services for James Polk Hutchlns, aged 30 years, who died Wednesday night after an extended Illness, were held Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Corley chapel. The rites were conducted by Rev. E. C. Wilson, 1 Nazarene minister. Interment waa made Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at Oakwood cemetery. Interment was delayed to await the arrival of relatives. Survivors are his wife, two sons, James Morris and Remus LeRow Hutchlns; parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Hutchlns; three brothers, J. O., R. C. and F. L. Hutchlns, and a sister, Mrs. Tom Crabb, all of Corslcana. Full Holiday Be Observed Wednesday By Local Postoffice The postofflce has announced that Washington's Birthday, February 22, will be observed as a legal holiday. The local postoffloe will be closed throughout the day, and city carriers and rural carriers will make no deliveries. All outgoing mall will be dispatched and incoming mall will be worked and boxed as usual. Patrons of the office are requested to make arrangements in advance for postal supplies that win be needed by them on that day. A collection of street letter boxes In the business district will be made Wednesday afternoon at 5 p. m. A. A. ALLISON, Postmaster. More Baby Chicks Are Fed Red Chain Chick Starter every year. It gives better results. Distributed By McCOLPIN GRAIN COMPANY Telephone 470. GROUND-SOAKING RAIN FELL OVER NAVARRO COUNTY Slow, ground Booking ralni fell over the week end and brought the total rainfall for the year to 7.63 inches, or .77 of an inch more than fell over the same period last year. The rainfall for Saturday, Saturday night and Sunday morning amounted to 1.14 inches bringing the total for February to 2.89 Inches. The January fa" was 4.74. Last year the fall In January was 4.80 and the fall In February last year up to the 20th was 2.06 Inches and for the entire month 2.77. , Cool weather has prevailed but no excessively cold weather has been recorded In the past few days, The lowest temperature for the year was 24 degrees on the night of Feb. 10. Chambers creek was report out of banks Monday afternoon and Rlchland creek was near banks and rising. DEGREES CONFERRED TWELVE CANDIDATES ON SATURDAY NIGHT The encampment degrees were conferred on a class of twelve candidates from Corslcana, Waco and Dallas at the I. O. O. F. Hall Saturday night by the Rldgeley Encampment degree team of Dallas. A banquet was served following the ceremonies. Conde Hosklns, Gonzales, Grand Chief Patriarch of Texas; Earl Orebaugh, Tyler, Grand Junior Warden of the Grand Encampment, and other officials were present, and appeared on the program. Patriarchs from Tyler, Dallas, Ennls, Corslcana and Waco were present. Courthouse News At K. Wolens. THE FLOWER MART Funeral Designs, Corsages, Weddings, Basquets, Bouquets, Cut Flowers, Pot Plants, Seeds. Wo appreciate your business. (New Location) 310 N. Main - Free Delivery Day Phone 418 Night Call 707 or 86. AGED RESIDENT OF NAVARRO WAS BURIED GRAPE CREEK SUNDAY T. J. Scruggs, aged 84 years, long-time resident of Nevarro, died at his home In Navarro early Sunday morning. The funeral rites were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Navarro Baptist church with Interment In the Grape Creek cemetery. Surviving are three sons, J. M. Scruggs, J. C. Scruggs and W. H, Scruggs, all of Navarro; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Horn, Hubbard; District Court. The jury Monday morning was excused until Monday afternoon by District Judge Wayne R' Howell. A number of civil matters were considered Monday morning. Joe B. Fortson, et al, vs. Mrs. Ida M. Harper, Injunction, restraining and enjoining the defendant to cease and desist filing law suits Involving lands, etc., of plaintiffs, causing tho alleged hiring of attorneys and other expenses. The petition was granted by District Judge Howell and a hearing on the matter was set for March 11. John Updack vs. Oda Updack, divorce granted. Lena Elolse Martin vs. Allen Martin, divorce granted. | The following have been sum-, moned as petit jurors for the ninth week of the January term of the district court for the week beginning Monday, Feb. 27. J. D. Bryant, Corslcana; Paul Corslcana; B. L. Cook, Corslcana 4; Roy Reed, Angus 1; Paul Sawyer, Dawson 1; B. W. Talbert, Dawson 1; Robert Davidson, Cor- slcana; Frank Larrlson, Corsl- cana; J. E. Rlttersbacher, Corsl- cana; A. L- Thompson, Corslcana; R, C. Love, Corslcana; B. C. McDonald, Corslcana; Chester] Tramel, Kerens 1; Marlon Me-' Fall, Rlchland; ,A. B. Holloway, i Corslcana S; H, G. Rhodes, Coral-; cana 5; J. H.. Collier, Corslcana, 4; E. R. Howell, Kerens 3; L. M. Williams, Rice; J. W. Richards, Rlchland; Tom Warren, Kerens 1; W. D. Langston, Corsl- cana; O. L. Bancroft, Powell; C. C. Collins, Navarro; Blllle TokeH, Dawson 2; H. A. Roloff, Dawson 1; H. M. Parrlsh, Corsl- cana 2; C. J. Davis, Rlchland 1; Ernest Watson, Barry 1; G. W. Watson, Barry; R. L. French, 'urdon 1; R. F. Cook, Emhouse: !. R. DeRusha, Corstcana 2; H. J. Keathley, Purdon 1; E. S. Davis, Purdon; Sam Tucker, Cor- slcana 1. District Clerk's Office. The following case was filed: Robert McCain vs. J. E. Rayburn, doing business under name of Houston Inland Forwarding Company, damages- The petition seeks $16,300 as damages for tho alleged result of a collision on Chambers. Creek bridge, Highway 75, north of Corslcana, Jan. 8, 1939. The plaintiff resides In Dallas and the defendant In Houston. 34 grandchildren and 22 grandchildren. great- Try us once for your Permanent wave or Manicure, In fact any line of beauty Work. Wo guarantee to please. Call 247 for appointment, or come by 108 West Sixth avenue. NORRIS BEAUTY SHOPPE Sutherland-McCammon Funeral Home directed the arrangements. DIRECTORS C. C. TO PUN COMPLETE HIGHWAYWRAM Development of a complete highway program for Corslcana and Navarro county will be the objective of a meeting of the board of directors of the Corsica na Chamber of Commerce Tues day morning. The session hai been called at 10 o'clock, 30 min utes In advance of the usual hour All members of the board are urged to be present and members of the commissioners' court and Judge Paul H. Miller have been Invited to participate. A meeting of the new chamber highway committee was heldMon day mornng to prepare a repor for submission at Tuesday's ses alon. MILK GOATS —the finest young milk goats we have ever raised—at prices you can pay. C. F. BRYAN, M. D. Telephone 1806. Office at Residence Exall Heights, Corsicana, Tex R. B. OWEN, LAWYER Dally Sun Building General Practice Specializing In Land Title Work and Estate* . Marriage Licenses. Bennle Henderson and Jewel Mae King. James B. Cheek and Mary Virginia Murphy. Warranty Deeds. Jim Berry Banks, et al, to Mrs Beulah Huff, part of Block 489, Corslcana. $10 and other considerations. H. Travis, et ux, to Cllmmle Bryant, et al, 1 aore of the James Powell One-Third. league survey, $50. Ossle Hawthorne to R. T. Caton, a lot on North Tenth street and Post Oak creek, Corslcana. $10 and other considerations- R. T. Caton et ux, to Ossle Hawthorn, lot on North Tenth street, Corslcana. $10 and other considerations. Mrs. Mary Grady, et vlr, to Q B. Matlock, et ux, 2-3rds Interest In North 1-2 Lots 4, 5 and 6, Block ..35, Corslcana. $100. YOU.TOO, SHOULD TRT CREOMULSION For Coughs or Chert Cold* An achievement!... America'* Newest line of "Fashion shoes of Corhfort"...MODEART...truly all the name implies, Artistic Masterpieces of shoe, design and craftsmanship...magnificent array of styles. Every new material and color...try on a pair...their amazing comfort and fit will be a revelation, beneath their distinctively smart outlines lies the secret of their luxurious ease...heel cushion, arch support, meta'tarsal cushion... surpassing anything ever offered. Once you wear MQDEARTS yovlll have no others. A cum? 4 oflUJi I 1 .""/ Sheriffs Office. Sheriff Cap Curington returned a negro from Ennis Sunday to answer a charge of violation of the prohibition laws. State Highway Patrolmen Balr ant Brannon arrested the negro near the Navarro-Ells county line Sat urday and placed him In the En nis jail. It was reported here one of the officers was struck in the face with a jar of liquor as the accosted negro is alleged to have attempted to dash the liquor to the pavement when he was stopped. Deputy Sheriff Jeff Spencer arrested a negro during the week end in connection with the al leged theft of a saddle near Hoarne several months ago Hearne officers are scheduled to come for the negro Monday. Justice Court. Two were fined $10 and costi on disturbing the peace charge and one for assault by JULjre A E. Foster. The arrests were mad by county and highway patrol of fleers. One was fined on an affra; co nplaint during the week-end b; Pat Geraughty. M'CALL (Continued From Pag* One) mer charge, but contended th boy smothered when he held handkerchief over his mouth t prevent outcries. McCall said h wanted money to get fine clothe and luxuries for his wife. FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY... ELdIN 'Anniversary' 2 IB N BEATON ST TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Feb. 20.— UP) — The execution of Frankli Pierce MoCall for the $10,000 ran aom kidnaping and death of five- year-old James Bailey Cash, Jr was ' delayed at the last minut today until next Friday. A secretary said Qov. Fred. P Cone in Jacksonville this morn Ing arranged with State Prlsoi Supt. L. F. Chapman to set th execution forward to give Me Call's counsel time for an appea in the United Stgtes Suprem Court. The death warrant signed b the governor set the week of Feb 20 for MoCall and two others t die. Supt. Chapman fixed toda for the execution. One of th three won a reprieve. We make duplicate keys, HAT en extra set of keys. We fix locks, too. Phone us, No. 99. 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