The Corrigan Press (Corrigan, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 27, 1941 Page: 3 of 4
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THE CORRIGAN PRESS
Mrs. Alma Lafforty, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Saxon, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Saxon and Miss Margaret Ann
Crain visited in Beaumont Sunday
Mrs. D. C. McPherson of Lufkin,
visited relatives here Friday. Mr- and Mrs. Woodrow Lilley
visited Mrs. Lilley's parents, Mr.
Mrs. J. B. Chandler and daughter and Mrs. Bonnie Brown, in Diboll
Lawana, visited in Houston last over the week end.
Donald Baringer of Camden vls_
ited John Saxon Jr. over the week
Cecil Robertson of San Antonio,
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Havard, on Thursday of last
vention in Jasper this week. Slim
Brazziel and Mayor Bergman fol-
lowed them Tuesday night. Reports
in yesterdays Post indicate that
'Myrt's' fox hound is about to
take all tile prizes at that meet.
WALL Papering and painting at
reasonable prices. Work guaran-
teed. Roberts, at Corrigan The-
Frank Aydelotte is In Houston
this week on business.
Mrs. J. c. Knox and daughter
Rebecca Louise, are visiting rel-
atives in Lufkin tills week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Knox and
Mrs. John Saxon shopped in Luf-
Ransom Pullen Jr., of Port Ar-
thur. is visiting his father,Mr. Ran.
som Pullen Sr., here this week.
Louis and Jatneg Cary Knox of
Orange, spent the week end here
J. F. Knox Jr., of Houston visit,
ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Knox this week end.
Mrs. M. T. Cannamore of Texar.
eana is visiting her sister, Miss
Winnie Hazel Hendry, this week.
Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Reily and
sons, Mickey, Don and Ray, visited
lelatives in Pennington Sunday.
Miss Myrtle Benn visited Mrs.
Buster Ballard in Grapeland last
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Barfield vis-
ited in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Brame in Livingston Sunday.
‘ Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shepherd. Mr.
- and Mrs. Jack Foster, and Mrs.
Sam Shepherd spent Sunday in
Call and see N. C. Hanna's New
Merchandise, and take advantage
of his lay away plan for your
Mrs. G. F. Liljequest of Houston
, visited in the home of her mother
Mrs. J. B. Chandler, over the week
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sauls and
son, Dwyne, of Houston, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jones and
children of Nacogdoches, visited
in the home of Mr. Jones sister,
Mrs. A. B. Armstrong, Sunday.
N. C. Hanna has just received a
nice New line of Jewelry and other
lovely Gifts. Call and see them.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gross ac-
companied Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler
Lilley to Monroe. La.. Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. Lilley will make that
their future home.
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Saxon of Hunt-
sville, visited in the home of Mr.
Saxon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Saxon, this week end.
Mrs. Ed Shepherd of Houston,
Mrs. Mattie Manry, and Mrs. Alton
Maury visited Fred Manry in
Huntsville last Thursday.
Remember to look over the nice
things at N. C. Hanna's Jewelry
Shop, before leaving town for
Mrs. E. L. Curtis and daughters.
Margaret and Elenor. of Houston
visiied in the E Webb home this
week end. ,
Mrs. A. C. Hendrix and Miss
I.avela Bryant visited in Grape-
land Sunday. Mrs. Willie Ballard
and mother, Mrs. Gay, returnel
home with them for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Boggs an,]
daughter, Adelaide, and Mrs. W.
J. Sechrest of Shreveport, visited
Mayor and Mrs. Carl Bergman
last Thursday and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilkerson of
Houston, visited in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Harrell Sun-
day. Miss Wilma Harrell returned
to Houston with them.
Coach R. E. Barfield. Fred Smith
Jasper and A. W. Cockrell, Roy
Andrews, and Belton Musgrove at-
tended the S.H.S.T.C and S.F.A.S.
T.C game in Nacogdoches last
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Singleton
and daughter, Kay, and Miss El-
aine Goodman of Nacogdoches vis-
ited in the home of Mrs. Single-
ton and Miss Goodman's parentis.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Goodman, this
Myrtice Simian and Dr. Ivison
Grimes of Camden, are attending
the East Texas Fox Hunters con-
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A. W. Cunningham of Lufkin,
visited his sister, Mrs. Sid Sher-
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Murphy and
daughter, Lula Kate, visited in
Nacogdoches Sunday evening.
Mrs. J. T. Smith of Houston is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Duvall this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Giles of Apple
Springs visited in the home of the
latters sister, Mrs. Bill Norman.
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Attwell and
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bryan and son,
of Shreveport, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Jimbo Potts Thursday.
A card from Wilbert Stovall up
at Camp Grant, 111., acknowledges
receipt of the Press and says in
conclusion, “Thanks a lot."
We appreciate a brand new sub-
scription this week to go to Mrs.
E. J. Buckingham over in the
Alamo City. Mrs. Buckingham is
visiting her father, Mr. II om Man-
ry in Moscow this week.
Sgt. Chas E. Buffington writes
that he recently had a sudden
change of address and is now at
Greenville, Mississippi, whie suits
him better because it is some 200
miles closer to Carmona than his
By Mrs. A. O. Lilley
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Lilley
left Monday for Monroe Louisiana
where they will be loc/ited for
several days. Mr. W. T. Gross
of Corrigan accompanied them
for a short visit.
Mrs. Alice Cox has returned
home from Lufkin where she has
been employed for several months.
A. O. Liley was a business visitor
to Livingston Tuesday.
Mrs. Mellie Hooper and children
of Lufkin are here for this week
as their home was destroyed Sat-
urday morning by fire.
Mr. Bonnie Brown of Diboll was
a visitor here Saturday.
J. E. Campbell of Urbana visited
in this community last week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Byron
formerly of Corrigan have moved
to the Frazier farm where they
are making their home.
Mrs. Sullivan Knox of Corrigan
visited in the W. B. Wheeler home
W. B. Carlton of Alabama Creek
Community was here Monday.
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Thursday, November 27, 1941
DR. HUGHES HERE EVERY
Dr. D. E. Hughes, Optometrist of
Crockett, is in Corrigan every
Thursday. His office in Corrigan
is with Dr. Brooks. tf.
If having a dollar bill in ones
pocket will make him thankful, it
will be easy for this editor today-.
because 'Uncle' Sid Adams drove
up here from Moscow yesterday
evening to bring it, with instruc-
tions for us to send The Press to
his nephew, Ralph P. Leggett at j
Ryderwood, Washington. Mr. Leg-
gett was raised down in these
parts and Mr. Adams felt he might
be interested in some home news.
A goodly number attended the
Brotherhood in Corrigan last week
Misses Emma Byrne Morrison
and Martha Jeanette Morgan, piano
pupils of Mrs. Thomason of Liv-
ingston. featured in the recital at
the home of Mrs. Thomason last
Mesdames George Schoenemann
and Everett Bracewell transacted [
business in Lufkin Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Angus Lewis were
business visitors in Livingston
Miss Marjorie Fay Dunkin ac-
companied her mother home t o
Mr. and Mrs. Clenon Stanford of j
Carmona visited in the Edgar Stan
fold home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fuller of Corrigan
were visitors in the V. H. Wilson
Dr. Ivison Grimes is attending
the annual Fox Hunt near Jasper
this week. Dr. Townes of Livings,
ton is relieving him.
Monday Brother Lang gave the
book review, preceding the Lottie
Moon week of prayer for foreign
missions. Title: “These things Re-
Mr. and Mrs. Chisholm and baby
of Cleveland spent Monday in the
R. L. Havard home.
Ten Y. W. A. girls gave Miss
Juanita Chisholm a fruit shower
Monday night. She is a patient in
the home of her aunt, Mrs. R. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Maxey and
daughter, Brenda Mae, Mrs. H. K.
Morrison and daughter, Lou Ella,
and Mrs. Louie Madden of Houston
visited Mr. and Mrs. John Wat-
son and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Em,
mons this week end. Mrs. Ella
Maxey returned home with them
after an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aydelotte
and daughter, Elsie, Misses Vina
Hubbard, Cynthia Jones, and Sadie
Ruth Fortune attended the show
in Lufkin Sunday afternoon.
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