The Carrollton Chronicle (Carrollton, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, July 30, 1948 Page: 2 of 4
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THE CARROLLTON CHRONICLE
CARROLLTON, TEXAS, ERIDAY, JULY 30, 1948
W.' S. TAYLOR, Owner
Eunah Lee Walton
S Doors West of Highway 71
on Cole Road
and through Aug. 1st
W CAROL BRUCE JOAN McCRACKEN yB
V cm miu .. • «
BLOOMER GIRL J
1 STARTING August 2 J
& Helen George in A
State Fair Park Casino, Dallai
MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY
I ter) tut; hi inrluding Sunday '
I Rtttrvtd seals ($7.70, $3.10. $1.50, $1.20) an
I tale at State Fair lei Office, 206 5. Ervoy, Dallas
(C-9281). Moil Orders filled promptly. AFTER S
P. M. CHOICE SEATS AT ALL PRICE
I0X OFFICE. 661 SEATS AT 60c FOR
| FORMANCE ON SALE AT CASINO AT
S AT CASINO I
EVERY PER I
S P. M.
“THE BRIDE GOES WILD” starring Van Johnson and June
Allyson will be shown at the Plaza Theatre next Thurs. and Fri.
By Mary Mildred Arnett
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Scott spent
from Wednesday afternoon until
Friday in Waureka, Okla., visiting
Mrs. W. O. Cooper and Frances
of Carrollton spent Monday with
Miss Jewell Kirkland.
The Methodist Revival began
Friday night, July 23. The public
is cordially invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. McCord spent
a few days at Lake Texoma.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Arnett of
Dallas visited Thursday night with
Mr. and Mrs. John Arnett and
Phillip Morriss of Lewisville
spent Friday and Saturday with
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
W. Wood and Kenneth.
Cynthia Hand spent the past
week in Denton visiting relatives.
A family reunion was held Sun-
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. Ford and sons honoring Mr. and
Mrs. Larry B. Ford and daughter
of Chattanooga, Tenn. Lunch was
served at the lakesite. Swimming,
picture taking and boating was
also enjoyed. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Larry B. Ford and
daughter of Chattanooga, Tend.;
Jesse L., Lillie Belle, Paul and Lay-
mond Ford of Carrollton; Lloyd,
Viola and Charles Ford of Union
Bower; Mrs. Edith Madden, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Cobert and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Cox and chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Cox and
twin daughters, all of Dallas; Mr.
and Mrs. Charley Volrln and
daughters of Union Bower; Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Lester and chil-
dren of Azle; Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Madden and daughter of Garland;
Mr. and. ' Mrs. Ruall Gum and
daughter' of FoK Worth; “Mrs. Una
Birmingham and Mr. and Mrs. Er-
win L. Cage of McKinney.
Mrs. J. C. Hunt and children of
Mesquite visited Friday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. John Arnett and
Miss Ruby Lynch of Denton
spent the week end with Rev. and
Mrs. Ray Hand and family.
Gloria Jean* French of Smith-
;■ ., --
Sue ,Williams of Dallas spent
the w**k with her sisters, Mrs.
Margaret Ihnfeldt and Mrs. Clar-
It’s mighty nice to be able to add a few extra dollars to the
family fun fund ... especially if you’re planning a vacation
or week-end trip. So why not start saving them now with
the help of dollar-stretchers like these?
BRIGHT SAIL BUDGET AIDS
If you want efficient products that
save you money, I heartily recom-
mend the BRIGHT SAIL line of
k - —* floor wax to soap
Get them the
next time you’re
. shopping at your thrifty A&PI
To make 12 economical fish cro-
quettes, melt 14 cup of A&P’s
‘ “Perfect Blend” DEXO, and' stir
Doors Open 6:45;
Show Starts at 7 P.M.
Charles Starrett - Smiley Burpette
“LAW OF THE CANYON”
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Robert Young—Robert Mitchum
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Van Johnson—June Allyson
“THE BRIDE GOES WILD”
J. D. Williams of Abijerie spent
the week end with Mr^' Clarence
Patsy Houston is spending the
week with her grandmother, Mrs.
R. S. Williams, in Dallas.
ley. Add 1 cup milk gradually;
and cook, stirring constantly, till
smooth and thick. Add 2 cups
cooked flaked fish (1 lb.) and 2
cups soft bre$d crumbs. Chill.
Form into croquettes and roll in
fine cracker or oread crumbs. Add
2 tbsps. water to 1 beaten egg;
dip croquettes in mixture, cover-
ing entire surface; roll again in
crumbs, and fry in hot DEXO
(390°.F.) about 1^ inches deep,
till golden brown.
FREE RECIPE BOOKLET!
FREE booklet contains 24 simple'
recipes for making luscious cakes, j
frostings, pies, cookies, muffins!
and fried foods with “Perfect,
Blend” DEXO, A&P’s all-purpose'
shortening. Just write: A&P,
Dept. G, 420 Lexington Ave., New
York 17, N. Y., for FREE copy.
The rump and round are among
the most economical cuts of beef
and veal. Yet they’re just as good
sources of protein as more expen-
sive cuts. Just as good to eat, too,
fixed this way:
Season 1 lb. beef
or veal rump
or round, cut
about 1 inch
pounding to help ,make meat
tender. Cut into wrVtyg pieces
brown in fat; add 2 cups A&P'g
IONA TOMATO JUI£E; crfv€r
and simmer gently till meat i*
tender (about 2 to 2% hrs.V
A County, Statewide Fellowship Revival for All Churches and All People
NATION’S TWO GREATEST
Sponsored by Elder G. P. Johnson
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Farmers Branch Phone 7147
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Newspapers say .. Greatest of All
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★ Lame Walk
8:00 P.M. OPEN AIR
1 MILE SOUTH FARMERS
BRANCH ON 77 HWY.
OVER 5,000 CONVERTED
UNDER THEIR MINISTRY
(Parking Space 1,000 Cars)
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Sindik, Nicholas J. The Carrollton Chronicle (Carrollton, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, July 30, 1948, newspaper, July 30, 1948; Carrollton, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth728943/m1/2/: accessed June 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carrollton Public Library.