The Nocona News (Nocona, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, April 14, 1939 Page: 3 of 8
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extended visit with Bertha McCub-
bins of Cottonwood.
Pete Kindsfather is visiting his
brother and family, E. W. Kinds-
father, this week.
Word was received that Walter
Bowles, who underwent a tonsil
operation in Fitzsimmons Hospital
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Mrs. Charlie Perry and daughter.
Miss Wilma, of Post Oak visited Mix.
Perry’s mother. Mrs. W. L. Admit*.
Oral Buck of Myra spent Fnd*jr
night and Saturday with his foils.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Buck.
Mrs. J. D. Agee and children of
Eagle Point spent last Tuesday with
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Goldsmith.
Mr. and Mrs. Baylous Buck an*
little daughters of Valley View vis-
ited nis parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
Misses Bertha and Dollie McCuto-
bins of Corinth spent Friday nigte
with Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hatfield.
See Perry Bros, for job printing.
Easter Egg hunts
7. Some of the
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front-end bobbing or dipping.
Leva! starts, tsvsl stops, Uvol
Missionary Visits Prairie Point
Miss Alma Jackson, a missionary
to Brazil, spoke at the
Point School on Wednesday.
5, at 2:30 p.m. to the fifth,
and seventh grades. The main
By Mrs. Roy Carpenter
There was a large crowd at Sun-
day School and church Sunday and
There will be a play at the school
auditorium Friday night for the
benefit of the seniors.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Edwards and
children were the Sunday guests of
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
Several in this community enjoyed
Easter egg hunting Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Uselton had
as their guests Sunday Mrs. Nilo
Munn and daughter of Denison. Mr.
and Mrs. R. T. Uselton and family
and grandson. Tommy Smith, and
Mrs. Johnie Uselton and children.
Mrs. Bob Woodie of South Texas
has been visiting her mother, Mrs.
George Boulware, and family and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Arnold. We are sorry U> report Mrs.
Woodie's husband passed away
some time ago. Mr. Woodie was well
known in this community. They
formerly lived here.
Mrs. J. H. Begley has been visiting
the juniors says the
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I wish to take this means
pressing my sincere thanks
many friends who supported
the city election held Tuesday, April
I in no
* New York called him and he was
offered the baton at the Paramount
Theatre. His unusual arrangements
and his dynamic music made him an
outstanding favorite of Broadway’s
Rudy Vallee introduced him to
radio. He was signed after his first
ijtedition, to a contract which ran for
"toree consecutive years. His present
tour is his first in more than seven
sears and for the first time brings
fj*m in contact with many of his
During one of his off nights in
New York, Rubinoff heard the piano
team of Jacques Fray and Mario
Braggiotti. and was so impressed
by their artistry that he invited
them to join him in his present
tour. Fray and Braggiotti have been
a sensation in Europe and America
in repeated concert tours; they have
been guest artists with the country’s
leading symphony orchestras; have
been reigning favorites on major
a large popularity and following,
artworks, and their recordings enjoy
training and a flair for modern
With a background of classical
showmanship; with these three
master musicians on one program,
this attraction should prove to be
the most successful of the season in
Advance reservations are being
made by mail order, with check at-
tached. addressed to Rubinoff Man-
agement. Post Office Box 1082, or at
the Box Office, which opened Sat-
urday. April 8. at Renfro Drug Store.
and painted. Eight of them went
tn the library and one to the fifth
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The Senior Class and their guests
enjoyed a picnic Sunday afternoon,
April 9, on the river.
Those present were Douglas Hill,
James Price. Kenneth Lee, Charline
Foster. Ina Hill. Wayne Johnson.
Hazel Goolsby, Walter Meyers, Mar-
jorie Hill, Gene Goolsby. Miss Mor-
ris, Jack Taylor, Ila Hill. Weldon
Carpenter, Clayton Johnson, Harry
Boswell. Zula Mae Johnson. Stan-
ley Foster, and Mr. Winder.
JACQUES FRAY AND MARIO BRAGGIOTTI
Jacques Fray and Mario Braggiotti are master musicians who will
appear with Rubinoff and HL- Violin at the Municipal Auditorium in
Wichita Falls Monday. April 17, at 8:30 p.m.
' almost shattered this week-end. So
l we hear.
Beatrice's trips to Montagne are
getting to l>e a habit.
What was wrong with you Sat-
Leatrice's theme song is, “I Cried
Betty, don't take it “that way.”
Opal has a new name.
Who was Bill's girl friend
unlay night and Sunday afternoon.
Where were all the juniors Sun-
Bunk had a new girl friend Sat-
Some of the seniors enjoyed
boat riding Sunday afternoon.
We arc anxious to see the pic-
tures that were taken Sunday after-
Just who di<l Floyce expect Sun-
day that she couldn't attend the
Never mind Letress. be will come
back. (We hope).
Veda Hay, you should have
waited. Sunday. It might have been
capture- one, another
Douglas seems to
Marjorie says she
Herewith my remittance $ to cover subscription
^to The Dalias News (one year by mail) (six months by mail).
Choral Club Picnic
Choral Club winning third
in County meet, enjoyed a
last week. Miss Grey took
the twenty three singers on the
creek south of the school house.
They took their lunches and
the noon period. Mrs. Roberts
It seems that
and Ada Louise
Floyce. is it true that you hunted
eggs all afternoon Sunday.
Things We've Heard
Ada Louise likes to ride horses.
Ila likes to ride in a
Margaret likes to go
James likes shredded
Newton would like to belong to
Floyce likes “Hills'' better
Charline likes anybody by
name of Johnson.
Troop 112 met at regular
Thursday, April (>. Two boys
absent. They were Thomas
and Wendal Patterson. Otis Howard
took the First-Aid part of the test.
He was successful with his efforts.
After the test there was a patrol
meeting. When the patrol meeting
finished, the Scouts enjoyed an
amateur hour program
Scribe, Doyle Wade
really like to
Ada Louise Walker
R. A. Walker
L. D. EAKMAN.
County Judge, Montague
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Middleton, Sun-
Mr. ana Mrs. C. E. Roland an*
sons. Sherrill and Frank, of Stone-
burg visited her brother and family
Mr. and Mrs R. L. Brown, and R. L.
Jr. Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. S E. Brown visited
her mother, Mrs. L. E. Posey, of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Clark were in
Mr. and Mrs. John Young and
daughters. Ethel and Mabel, visited
Mr. and Mrs. Cale Peterson, at
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When Rubinoff, radio's dynamic
Plays in Wichita Falls at
Municipal Auditorium on Mon-
evening. April 17, at 8:30. under
Vve auspices of the Women’s Forum,
“N audience will hear the liquid,
jlimpid tones of a matchless instru-
f went in the hands of a master—for
I Rubinoff will be using his $100,000
- ‘ Buying the Strad was, for
Rubinoff, the satisfaction of a life-
^k>ng ambition. To him it is as
▼ definite a symbol of progress as the
public acclaim he receives or the
dazzling offers-from theatrical pro-
ducers and radio sponsors.
Rubinoff took his first lesson on
the violin at the age of five at his
birthplace in Russia. The local
music master, recognizing his talent,
offered to give him free lessons. His
first violin cost, in Russian rubles,
the equivalent of $1.75.
1 Four years of study won the
| youthful prodigy a scholarship at
■ohe Royal Conservatory at Warsaw.
■PLater he studied in Berlin and
■ Vienna, and came to the United
F States when fourteen years old. In
*■’•(916, he became affiliated with a
Midwestern theatre circuit as an
orchestra conductor. Even at that
early date his vital personality en-
abled him to inspire an orchestra as
only genius can do. He clicked
with the public, and became soloist,
touring theatres as a headline
jkpn April 4. 1704, the first issue of
ffie Boston News Letter, the first
permanent newspaper in America,
38 pages, or more, of recreational reading in
The Big Sunday News including
At last the long waited for date
for the Box Supper lias passed.
The Supper was held in the school
auditorium last Friday night. Sev-
eral boxes were auctioned off by
the chief auctioneer. William Hud-
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mills and Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Mills of Wilson, Okla.,
visited their mother, Mrs. M. E.
The children enjoyed an egg hunt
at the school house Sundaj- after-
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brown visited
their daughter and family. Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Burnett, of Nocona
Mrs. J. H. Turner, who has been
working at Nocona, is at home now
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Jane Turner of Stoneburg spent
the week-end with her grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Clark.
Mrs. Charlie Burnett of Nocona
visited her sister. Mrs. S. F. Middle-
ton. Friday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrow were
in Bowie Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Vice of Stone-
burg visited her brother and family.
There are more Ford car* in use today than any
other make. And there are more Ford V-8» than
any other 8-cyUnder car.
The 1939 Ford V-8 represent* the broadest ex-
perience in building car* any manufacturer ever had.
You will find values in it far beyond what any other
maker can put into a car at the low Ford price.
Ford performance, traditional for a generation,
has reached new heights in the 1939 V-8.
And now Ford style leadership is equally outstand-
ing. “The smartest cars on the road” is the way own-
er* describe their new Ford*. Smartest in action. Smart-
est in appearance. Leaders, a* they deserve to be.
Jmubinoff and His
Violin to Appear
In Wichita Falls
Jack, you had better
part and when to act it.
Dorothy, couldn’t you
least stumped your toe?
Margaret, you almost made her
Kathleen, you should learn to be
a lady. Don't you think so, Thomas.
Jean, he's becoming a bore, is he
Dorothy, which one of the Jones
hoys is he?
Sue, who went
witli you Friday?
Why did Lee want Bill T. to go
to the preview?
Estelline, what’s this we hear
about you not being interested?
flower he likes best is Violets.
Norville. wc hear you arc making
St. Jo a habit.
The Biology boys found
mistletoe on a field trip and
the girls “rushed?’’
Some of the “stud*»i(s” are
thrilled over invitations to
Two girls might have aeted funny
Sunday night but they certainly
didn't fee) funny. This
Two girls have been
did I feel funny?"
Who took them for
should wc ask who did they take
It seems like tallies are turning.
We know a girl that should look
Clarence, have you been singing
“She’s My Curly Headed Baby?"
Why *11 the crying Sunday. Betty.
The blossom that has been bloom-
ing so long in the senior class
I shall do my best to perform the
duties of my office to the best In-
terest of the citizenship of Nocona.
O. V. BECK.
Trustees Are Elected
On Saturday, April I. the people
of this community met at the
school to elect the trustees that
will serve on the School Board the
ensuing school year. Only two
members of the board are el
each year. Mr. Joe Hancock
re-elected and Mr. Joe Shelton
eeeded Mr. Bud Rich.
By Ye rd a Bowles
Mrs. J. M. Underwood and daugh-
ter. Dovie, of Farmers Creek spent
Rundav with her daughters. Mrs. E.
W. Kindsfather and Mrs. J. O.
Bowles, of this community.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sappington and
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Morse and Ernest
Kindsfather visited Lee Morse, who
is in the Gainesville Santarium.
Sunday. Lee is doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Olen Craig of Farm-
ers Creek spent Sunday with her
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. E.
A. C. and George Weaver of Mols-
bee Chapel spent the week-end with
J. D. and Orville Bowles.
John Weaver Jr. of Prairie Point
visited in the home of J. O. Bowles
Several from this community at-
tended singing at Molsbee Chapel
Bonnie Rich of White-Priddy spent
Friday night with Bonnie Bell Bul-
linger of Bonita, 4
Estell McCubbins is making a more
ful what you
Ila. did you
on your birthday?
Margaret, do you
go to town, (or
you want to see).
Veda Ray. you
Glenys and James seem to
their breakfast in the afternoon.'
Bill, were yon really ill Monday
like to ride in
to sleep late in
Douglas, you shouldn’t tell stories
that's not nice.
Charlene says she'd rather live
in Nocona than in Spanish Fort.
WORD OF THANKS
By Dorothy Underwood
Mr. and Mrs. Oiin Craig and Mrs.
J. M. Underwood and daughter.
Dovie, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Kindsfather and family Sunday.
Miss Bessie Phipps of Prairie Point
and Miss Georgia Phipps of Nocona
were short, callers ot Miss Dorothy
Underwood Sunday afternoon.
Miss Zerita Hanson has returned
home after making an extended
visit with her sister. Mrs. Nolan
Partridge, Mr. Partridge and babies
of Eagle Point.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cardwell
spent Sunday with Mrs. Taylor Ben-
ton and daughter, Miss Zeid a
Miss Dorothy Underwood spent the
week-end with Miss Bessie Phipps
Mbs Bonnie Geurin. who has
formerly been employed at Nocona,
returned Saturday to continue her
work. Bonnie has been out on ac-
count of illness.
Mr. ad Mrs. Ernest Jones spent
the week-end in Wichtla Falls.
Luther Geurin is making an ex-
tended visit with relatives at Whites-
Miss Dorothy Undrwood attended
the Easter hunt at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Roberts Sunday
Miss Lois Morgan, who has been
employed at Nocona for some time,
has returned to the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lawler.
rtwneer. w illu....
son. The proceeds, $35.0(1, will
into the Athletic Award Fund.
iv . .
Margaret and Floyce seem to
enjoy sitting together.
Clayton really has a swell auto-
mobile. (Rather some people think
Nocona Poultry & Egg Co
MACK THRASHER, Prop.
week. Among these
Bids will be received and opened
by Montague County at the Court
House at Montague, Texas, until
10 o’clock a.m. on May 8, 1939. for
-the purchase of one Track Type
^Tractor Diesel—44 or more horse-
'power and one 35 Caterpillar to be
taken as part payment.
L Thq right is reserved to reject all
Home Ec III
The Home Economies 11
entertained the members of
senior class and their sponsor with
an Easter buffet luncheon. April 7.
The centerpiece was an Easter
lily. The place cards were small
yellow chickens. The favors were
books containing each person's
A menu of salmon sandwiches,
date and peanut butter sandwiches,
pickles, ritz. boiled eggs, cookies
and coffee was served.
Ex's Visit School
the graduates of
visited school last
Ruby Keck. Billie Merle
Mrs. Orville Reynolds. Mar-
cus Webb, and Glen Hawkins. Ger-
Editor-ir. Chief James Price
Assistant Editor Douglas Hill
Sports Reporters..... Hazel Goolsby
and Stanley Foster
Senior Isla Hill
Friday, April 14,1»W
Editor Billie Townsend
Assistant Editor L Aubrey Reves
Sports Editors Geraldine Keck
and Lee Dawson
Senior Reporter... Mary Delia Yarbro
Junior Reporter Marcille Lamkin
Sophomore Reporter Helen Keck
Reporter Margaret Nell Pults
' night g*
s, Mr. idf
her daughter and family of '
homa for quite awhile but is
Woodrow Begley is visiting
fives in this community.
A large group met at Mr. and Mrs.
William Morrow’s and family Sun-
day and carried a covered dish. The
table was set and everyone enjoyed
a big dinner. After dinner they
had an egg hunt. Everyone enjoyed
trying to find them. Those enjoying
the occasion were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Carpenter and son. Weldon,
and Arvll Moore, Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
Young of the Eagle Point commun-
ity. Mr. and Mrs. Evertt Carpenter. I
Weldon Crow. Ray Morrow. Mr. (Ind I
Mrs. Roy Carpenter, and Mr. and
Mrs. William Morrow and children,
Kenneth, Carol Lee. and Larue.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tucker were
the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Wiley Tucker. After dinner they
participated in an Easter egg hunt.
Home Economics I
The Home Economics I class went
on a Easter egg hunt April 7. Those
who enjoyed the afternoon were:
Babe Lamkin, Anna Meyers. Joanna
Denison, ('.elesteene Shelton. Mar-
garet Pults, Leatrice Harrington.
Dorothy Townsend, and Agnes Rich.,
Celesteene found the most, Mar-
garet and Leatrice found the sec-
ond most. Babe and Dorothy hid
the eggs. Joanna found the least.
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Perry, F. L. The Nocona News (Nocona, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, April 14, 1939, newspaper, April 14, 1939; Nocona, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1209744/m1/3/?q=sachse%20sentinel: accessed April 5, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Friends of the Nocona Public Library.