The Grand Saline Sun (Grand Saline, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 25, 1951 Page: 4 of 8
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Mrs. Lillie Cosby,
”Ui*c Rates visi-
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‘bbliahed Evedrs. Judge Padgett of
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The Texas Safety /*as
orists to drive defensively^
unexpected and do not as*-,
are driving courteously
For mile of highway^
^ous drivers than te’^j j
fkrenee is that ‘"d
do well to be
and to b’imr ^
our tov1 ane-
busy hands, \vt
>ber 25. 1951
of Mr. gnd Mrs. Ike White.
Mrs. Snow of Myrtle Springs
spent Sunday night with Mr. and
Mrs. Edna Hollowed, Janice nnd
Brenda Perry visited Mr. and Mrs.
Lemuel Burges recently ,
Mr. and Mrs. Yarbrough visi-
ted Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Thomp-
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Click visi-
ted Mr. and Mrs. Jess Stuart.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Carter, Debt,
and wife, visited Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Pugh recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Ijee Roy Johnson,
and baity, and Oliver Johnson of
Grand Prairie visited their moth-
er, Mrs. Ethel Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Davis’ neire
and husband of Galveston visited
in their home this week.
Mrs. S. V. Wilson is back hom°
after spending three day3 in Big
Sandy with her daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Davis and
Mrs. Lemuel Burges spent Wed-
nesday in Canton.
Otto Turner was the supper
gur*t of the J. K. Burgeses.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester McKibben
had their granddaughter, Brinda,
Greenville, as their guest for
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Church well
nt Grand Saline and Miss Cora
Burges went shopping in Tyler
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Burges were
called to Arkansas to the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brown.
Mrs. Frown has underwent a ma-
Mrs. T. T. McKibben has been
Several from the community at-
tended the musical at Mt. Gibson
Several from the community at-
tended the chili supper honoring
the County Fox Hunters at Cro-
Mr. and Mrs. Chester McKibben
visited Mrs. Circle Ellis of Fruit-
vale Friday night.
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Mrs. Garland RK'gs a~d daugh-
ter, Linda, have returned from a
visit in Grand Piairie and Denton.
Sunday visitors of the M. J.
Nations family were Mr. and Mr3.
J. Hale and son James of Canton,
Zail, Norma, and Roma NatK-nn.
Coleen Lovely and Wayne McWil-
liams of Dallas, Mr s« 1 M—. C.
A. Pressley and son Marvin, Terry
Carter and Mike Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McPhenr-
son and Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Allen
visited Mr. and Mrs. Champ Smith
of Jamestown Sunday.
Several from this community
were in Canton Thursday.
Miss Roma Nations of Dallas
visited Miss Nelda Nations a few
days i his week.
Several from this community at-
1 tended a Fellowship meeting at
I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pedens of
Pruitt Sunday night.
— DALE CREST —
Boater Stephens and family and
Mrs. Jack Stephens and dav"li-
ter, a’.l of Orange, Mr. and Mrs
Ny.*ris Stephens and two daugh-
ters of Dallas spent Sunday with
Davis Stephens and family.
Dean Chnmbless of t'o IT. *.
Armv, stationed at Fo*‘ S'M, (y-'a.
-o-ot the week end with his par-
Mr. and Mr. Toni Cur-oy spent
Tundav nfternoon with Mr. and
Mr*. Marvin Currey nt Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Dill Barker nnd
Ll"da of Fort Worth spent Sui lay
with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Dowell Shields and Jimmy.
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Pep vi-
and Laura Jewel pf Mt. Gibson
visited Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Ken-
nedy awhile Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stephana
of Dallas spent the week end with
Rev. A. J. Adrain preached to a
full house Sunday. Ho is to he
in Eastland County next week in
the “Etangclistic Mission Work.”
Rev. Tom Foster left this Sun-
day evening for Chicago where
he will attend a meeting of the
Rov. Frank Everett filled the
Presbyterian pulpit Sunday night
in the ab-enre rf the pastor.
White Tunnell and wife of Dal-
las, tcir son, Dawson, and wifo
and son, Paul, attended heurh
David Tu”’’'*ll ro Bo',,'V For-!
of Wichita Falla snoot th« week
<"'d with the Bridges Tunnell fam-
Oates rippen of Wi"hita Falls
was nere over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Walters and
son, Ellis, and a friend attended
"THE IVY SHOP"
I Have Opened A Gift Shop in
My Home. I Will Dandle—
SHOWER GIFTS, BABY
SWEATER SETS CRO-
CKED TO ORDER.
* * * • • *
Mrs. Herman Russell
j-Mile Fast of Town
GRAND SALINE 48-3tc
The building of the Dale Crest
Church is progressing nicely.
Many are giving labor as well as
money to help erect the building.
Rev. and Mrs. Vandiver of
Hainesville visited Dale Crest on
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Harless of
Shallow Water visited Mrs. Jack
Moore Friday of last week. The
Harlesses presented Rev. Vaughn
with a check for $50.00 to be ap-
Dlied to the building fund. This is
their second donation.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Black of
Ben Wheeler worked with our
Mrs. Mary Baldwin of Dallas
spent Monday with her aunt, Mrs.
Rev. Vaughn spent Sunday with
the Calvin Thornburg family.
Mrs. Myrtle Langley of Silver
Lake visited J. C. Thornburg Sun-
Erby Pettman spent Thursday
night of last week with Cleo
Bud Dickerson is now able to
bo up and about after a long seige
Russell of Mt. Gibson visited Mrs.
Bill Martin awhile one day last
Mr. and Mrs. Love Stephens and
Linda Nell and Jerry of Dallas
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Ronnie Hamblin and family of
Clark spent awhile Sunday night
with Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Hamblin.
Emma Nell Mosley of Corinth
spent the week end with Peggy
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lewis and
their son and family, all of Clark,
Murl Whitaker and family of East
Center were the guests of the Carl
Whitakers Sunday for dinner.
Henry Vaughn spent most of last
Mrs. Forest Lopc-r and Mrs. Davnj church Sunday and then ate birth-
day dinner with his mother, Mrs.
Harold Rusk is here with his
family spending part of his vaca-
Quite a few from here were in
Fort Worth attending the ball
game Saturday night.
Mr. Tune of Terrell spent some
time visiting Ewin Hardcgree ono
day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Smith of
Dallas spent the week end with
relatives and friends.
S!Sgt. Willis Wilson and wife
of Houston were here over the
week end visiting home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. White o'
week in the Dale Crest communi- Canton visited Will White and
Janie Sunday and attended Sunday
School and church here.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take this means of
expressing our sincere thanks and
appreciation to our many friend?
and neighbors for the many kind-
nesses shown during the illness
and death of our dear husband,
father and grandfather. Also for
the beautiful floral offerings and
the delicious food. May God bless
each and every one of you is our
Mrs. Ira Ellis and family
Mr. and Mrs. Felton McKibben
of Greenville visited his parents, |
Mr. and Mrs. Chester McKibben j
Mrs. B. O. Fisher and children
visited Mr. and Mrs. .Luther Buy-
her awhile Sunday night.
Mrs. Coffee from Colfax at-
tended church here Sunday.
Giles Lambert was honored with
a birthday dinner at his home
Sunday. Most of his children at-
tended. They all enjoyed a fine
dinner and good time together, it
Ray Hall and family of Dallas
spent the week end with Eugene
Fuller and family.
The nine o’clock church service
was well attended Sunday.
FOR YOUR PLUM BLN O
Z. L NATIONS
Fixtures - Water Heaters
104 FRANK STREET
Grand Saline, Texas
Phone 276 48-tfc
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Armstrong
and Horace spent Sunday with
their daughter, Mrs. Bill Burges,
Eugene Ellis, who has been
visiting his mother the last two
weeks, has returned to his work
in Oklahom i.
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Corley visi-
ted her patents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
M. Wallace, a vhile Sunday.
Mrs. Ira Ellis is spending part j
if this week with her daughter, i
Mrs. Oiha Armstrong, of Grand
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sh'flet have
moved to Mineola where he ia
Grady Wallace spent Sunday
night with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. M. Wallace.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and chil-
dren of Greggton visited relatives
over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Quinn, Jr.,
and son, Rix, and Mr. .and Mrs.
R. B. Luker of Fort Worth were
Sunday visitors with W. H. Quinn
I)r. Crawford Dale
In Mineola, Texas
NOW IS THE BEST TIME TO
CET YOUR MEW SET OF
You get greater total mileage from tires broken-ln on
cold roads. You get extra traction and extra non-skid
protection riding on new treads. So trade now as now
is the best time to trade.
YORK MOTOR COMPANY
WANT AD SIC
Want Ad Rates: 3 cents a word first insertion;
2 cents a word succeeding insertions of same
Want Ad: 35 cents minimum Want Ad.
HEAR W. LEE O'DAXIELS AT
4 o’clock Sunday. WBAP, 820 on
LOST AND FOUND
M MEAT CO.
:ats In The World”
ECIALS FOR FRI. & SAT.
get to the top.
much on the free and*
A man could retii
could dispose of hi^J[*
A gentleman seld%
for his cigars, and a U.
the price of her girdle^
Made Fresh Daily
Bring Container for Gravy
DOG FOUND: OWNER MUST
describe to claim. Phone 110 or
see at my home and pay for ad.
Mrs. Leta Larson. 50-ltr
Phone 225 Collect Grand Saline,
Texas or 4-4646 Tyler, Texas
Van Zandt County
CANTON, TEXAS—PH. U
We service all Makes
NEW & USED
NEED A NEW ADDING M.A
chine or Typewriter? See them o
display at Sun office. We can sax
you money. Grand Saline Sun tl
ANYONE HAVING DONATION
for W. D. Lunsford, whose horn
burned, bring to 414 First Stro;
or 315 Houston St. Or send a car
to box 553, Grand Saline. 50-11
FOR RENT: UNFURN1SKEJ
house. Day ph. 335, Night ph. 1
J. R. (Sug) King. 50-2
FOR RFNT OR SALE: HAWF
ins Furniture Store Building and
three room houses. Hsuses no
rented. See Skinnie Hawkins j
Poll Town. 37-t
FOR FARM LAND AND CIT
property, see C. C. Lindsey. Bu.
ness phone 297-J. Resident pho>
Life, II,n,ED HICKORY SMOKED—
AGE, lb. — 45c
free inspect .Vg
[tiling you should have u _
>If repairs arc needed^
* service at reasonab' Kd
Q—s Elgin watch O'
Glower-Pugh Hdw. Co.
NEW & USED
’See Me Before You Buy
Or We Both !W
Need A New
Me Are Now In A Position Tc
Do Your Dirt Work.
HAVE LARGE TRACTOR
DOZER & SCRAPER
ESTI'R COFER, Operator
We Specialize In ‘TANKS
‘ DAMS — ‘ LEVIES
CLOWER - PUGIl
Call 166 for
NOTICE TO PARENTS: B U
your child something he will us
and cherish for life. A complete
Book on the history of Van Zand:
FOR SALE: 42 ACRE FARM,
room house, all conveniences. I1
miles southwest Grand Saline on
hard surface read. Good for farm-
ing or pasture. O. R. Adams. 50-2p
1 ANTED TO BUY: A USED 410
Shotgun. Either single or double
Farrell. Jerry Lee Joslin. Phone
117-W. ' 50-ltn
PROPERTY FOR SALE
MY PLACE FOR SALE: 522 N.
Oleander. Sam Dennington. 50-1 tc
FOR SALE: UNIQUE HOUSE
lot on Canton St. in Wills Point,
See Mackey K. Malone, Route 4,
Wills Point, Texas. 49-2tp
FOR SALE: REASONABLE. MY
horns with 6J acres and automobile.
One mile east on highway 80. Bob
FOR SALE: NICE HOME ON 3
lots with wall to wall carpets and
Venetian blinds. FHA financed.
Will sell my equity. Ph. 74-J. Mrs.
WANTED: OPERATOR F O R i Ray Robllls-__
Texaco Station in Grand Saline. | FOR SALE: MY BRICK HOMT
lood location, good opportunity, j at on \y. Wolf. Will consider a
some capital required. Apply t 1
i. J. McLoud. Wills Point, Te-.a*.
WANTED: GOOD YELLOW EAR
■orn. t\Ve are noxv paying $1.70
H>r bushel delivered to our mill.
Cdgewood Milling Co. Phone 28.
'•’OR HIGHEST CASH PRICKS
'or your Hens, bring them to Calla-
vay Grocery or Phone 81. 49-tfc
VILL PAY HIGHEST PRICES
’or your hens. G. W. Frazier in
iallenger Building. 48-tfc
V-A-N-T-E-D: I WILL PAY TOP
irice for your Government Cotton
Papers. See Edd Smith at my Store
in West Highway 80. 48-tfc
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE
smaller heme or property in Min-
eola or Tyler. 45-tfc
U IIY PAY RENT ANY LONGER?
Let other side of duplex pay for
your home. Nice location and in
good condition, 421 and 423 Olean-
der Street. 45-tfc
NEWLY DECORATED HOUSE
inside and out. Plenty of closets.
In master bed room walk-in closet
4x12 ft. Attic fan. GE Automatic
washer. 419 Oleander street 45-tfc
See Mrs. Clara Ray 911 Wolf St.
HOLSTEIN CALVES FOR SALE.
Earl Taylor on C. C. Curtis farm.
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 5-ROOM
house, bath, 2 acres, good garage,
out-building. One-half mile Ncrrth
city limits. See O. L. Carroll. Box
FOR SALE: MY HOME AT 419
North Collier Street. Reasonable.
F. D. Tipps. 45-tfo
FOR SALE My home in west Grand
Saline. 5-rooms and bath, new
roof, new paint, air conditioned.
Located 301 N. Waldrip. Phone
FOR SALE: RE-BUILT MOTORS 1112-R Jim Adkins. 44-8tpd
ITEMS FOR SALE
IF YOU HAVE HEIGRE TO ROW
bind, see D. R. Tunnell, Route 3,
Grand Saline. 49-2tp
FOR COURTEOUS AND l)E-
pondable service on wet washes,
rough dry and helpy-selfy, Call
253-W for quirk pickup nnd deliv.
cry service. Open 6 n. m. until 7
p. m. six days a week. Bowman
Laundry, 411 W. Hickory St. 48-3tp
THE MINEOLA MATTRESS
factory bins all kinds of mattresses.
Used or new box spring or inner-
spring. Used and new beds. Phorn
309 Mineola, Box 36. Gib I.amer-
nlck. _ 34-t f<
FOR SALE: CON< BinK WEI.I
Tile 30”x30”, Culvert Tile, an.x
-Ize. House blocks, Septic Tnnki
Frank Erwin, Frultvnle, Texas
Phone 118-J-3, Edgewood. 19-tfr
for all make automobiles. 10.000 I
| mile guarantee. 85-IIP Ford Mot-
ors $121.50, Che rolet Motors,
$110.00. Sec 11s before you buy a
i Motor, we can save you money.
Babcock Auto Supply Store. Phone
1 47. 49-tfc
FOR SALE: ONE FOUR ROOM
house, to be moved. See Mackey k.
Malone, Route 4, Wills Point.
FOR SALE: NEW NESCO EUEC-
tric roaster or will exchange for
portable sewing machine. Mrs. F.
V. Stewart, 111 Wolf St. 50-1 te
FOR SALE: RE-BUILT MOTORS^
for all make automobiles. 10,COO
mile guarantee. We can save you
money. Babcock Auto Supply. Ph.
FOR SALE: ALFALFA HAY
Any amount. See Ray Lowrie or
phone 56 ot 189M. 32-tfc
FOR SALE: NEW MOTOROLA
Television. Cash or terms. H. H.
IF ITS A MUFFLER you need,
Call llnrris Auto Parts. Guaran-
teed the life of a car. 40-tfc
WAX 1 ED TO BUY: C.J.KAN ioft
rag«, 10c ll>. Do not bring overalls
or stockings. Morton Salt Co. tfc.
?onte up Our Way and
Swap Your Way on Good
Used Cars & Trucks
1919 OLDSMOBILE ”88” 4-Door
Sedan. Low Mileage. New tires
and plastir seat covers, radio
1950 GMC pickup. 4-speed trans-
mission. DeLuxe cab. A dandv.
1950 GMC j-Ton pickcp. Long
wheel J>ase. Stake bed. Like
1940 CHEVROLET j-Ton pickup.
This pickup is cheap and ils
ready to go.
1946 CHEVROLET 1}-Ton Truck.
1946 CHEVROLET *4-Ton pickup.
Stake bcxl. Good condition.
1949 CHEVROLET 2-Ton Truck.
1945 FORI) 1 i/j-Ton Truck. Ready
One CUB TRACTOR. A-1 condi-
tion. Has mower attachments.
We don’t need this tractor
nnd will sell at the right price.
BRAND NEW GMC TRUCKS
Ready to go. No wait, no heaitats
l^ta get together now.
LOWRIE MOTOR Cl
ter of Mr. and
came the bride
of Palestine, SJ
light ceremony I
the home of tl
Mr. and Mrs.|
the music with
Rev. Maurice S|
The bride woJ
carried » vhila
atop of a whij
ception was he|
homa in San
groom is static*
spent three yea|
in Japan and
after serving a
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Harle, Neil. The Grand Saline Sun (Grand Saline, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 25, 1951, newspaper, October 25, 1951; Grand Saline, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1003133/m1/4/: accessed July 11, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Van Zandt County Library.