The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 26, 1942 Page: 4 of 4
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Thursday, November 26, 1942
THE CELINA (TEXAS) RECORD
Local and Personal News
Of Celina and Community
Miss Lois Hunt is spending’ a few
'lays in New Orleans.
The condition of Mrs. D. N. Bates,
who for some days has been at home
after a stay of several weeks in
Sherman under treatment, is said to
be improving slowly.
Mr. and Mrs. Fowler Nevins and
Clark Nevins wen- in Dallas Satur-
DR. W. H. STALLCUP
OFFICE OVER JONES
Phone 25—We Deliver
We can't even begin to express
our gratitude to our Celina
friends in a newspaper ad, but
we do want you to know we
are properly grateful for your
many kindnesses. Thanks a
A white frost and ice greeted the
people of Celina Monday morning.
The first frost, a rather heavy one,
formed on Sept. 27—nearly two
months ago, but Monday morning’s
ice was the first of the season.
Rates for advertising in this column
are 1 cent per word, minimum of 25
cents per insertion. Phone your want
ads to No. 17.
Mrs. Cecil Sonntag came down (
from Topeka, Kan., Saturday to vis-
it her parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. N.
Walker, and to attend to some busi-
ness matters in Celina.
Earl Balch returned last week from
a visit to Galveston, Houston. Bay
City and other coastal points. At
Bay City he visited his daughter
Mrs. Pete Mankins. He was away
two weeks and says he enjoyed the
visit and outing.
O’Dell Bilderbaek ami family are
gettirg back close to nature. After
moving about here and yonder, they
have rented James Moore’s farm six
or eight miles northeast ol' town, and
Mr. and Mi*. Henry Campbell of
McKinney were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelson.
Buster Nelson is takiny an eight
weeks baking and cooking school
course at Fort Sill. Okla. He had
been at Camp Bowie for some
Horace Rucker came up from his
war work job at a plant between
Dallas and Fort Worth Saturday
night to spend a day or two with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rucker.
Mr. and Mi*. E. J. Sanstrom and
little daughter and Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Wilson and two children of Fort
Worth visited relatives here Sunday.
The Sanstroms visited the Beckners
while the Wilsons visited Mr. and
Mrs. Otis Melton and family east of
Mr. and Mrs. Solon Finley of Fort
Worth and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Lang-
ford and little sen of Dallas were vis-
itors in Celina Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
Finley at Mrs. W. R. Finley’s and
| Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Loveiady’s and
Mr. and Mrs. Langford and son at
Mr. and Mrs. Loveiady’s.
Mrs. Jack Moore and baby son
were brought home from the McKin-
ney hospital in the Helms ambulance
Monday. Mrs. J. W. Shaw was
^ h"“ Sher an ’
As local agent for the Dalas News,
I will thank subscribers to phone me
at 190W of any unsatisfactory ser-
vice. Will receive and receipt for sub-
scriptions.—W. J. Epting Jr.
As agent for the Sherman Demo-
crat I solicit your subscription and
shall be glad to have you report any
Unsatisfactory service. Delivered to
Celina homes and business houses
each afternoon.—Leonard Goforth.
^ OLD KEYS WANTED.—The Inter
Se Club has placed containers in
some of the business houses and asks
that those having keys that are of
no use to them will please drop them
in these containers. The metal will
be used in our war effort.
FOR SALE.—75 or 100 nice pul-
lets—EARL BALCH, Celina. ltc
Mrs. J. 0. Reeves, formerly Miss
Francis Stallcup, asks that her Celi-
na Record be send to Jacksonville,
Fla., her husband, Lieut. J. O. Reeves,
having been transferred to that city.
Mrs. Ellen Freeman, mother of
Mrs. Lee B. Newsom, stopped off re-
cently en route from Kansas to her
home in Houston to visit Mrs. New-
som and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Clint Carey and two
sons spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Hailey Carey in Dallas.
Weldon Carr, principal of the col-
ored school, had a surgical operation
performed on one of his eyes Satur-
day at the Celina clinic.
Charles Webster, an Oklahoma at-
torney, visited Mrs. Will Webster
and son here last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cromer of
Perrin Field visited the latter’s par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stambaugh,
The Celina public school will sus-
pend Wednesday afternoon until the
following Monday for the Thanksgiv-
Roy Marks of Clovis, N. _\L, is vis-
iting his brother. Fred Marks, and his
mother, Mrs. J. A. Marks, of Cottage
Hill. Mr. Marks is serving his county
After a long stretch of warm
weather a norther came down two or
three hours before dawn Saturday
and by Sunday morning the mercury
stood at freezing or a bit below.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Batson and lit-
tle daughter Sandra Ann of Neches,
Texas, arrived here Saturday morn-
ing for a brief visit with Mrs. Bat-
son’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard
Atkins, south ol town. They returned
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roberts visited
their daughter, Mrs. .J. W. Scott, and
family in Dallas Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Klinglesmith
attended the opening of the E. Stan-
ley Jones preaching mission in Sher-
man Sunday afternoon.
Daisy Morris, colored, died at her
home in the colored part of town last
Thursday afternoon. Tier body was
interred at the cemetery near the
lake north of town.
I he Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Bounds
and daughter Virginia expect to
spend Thanksgiving with relatives at
E. L. Rickerson. an aged Celina
citizen in ill health for some time,
suffered a hemorrhage Friday morn-
ing. His condition is somewhat im-
proved at the present.
Mrs. Lee Ownsby and daughters
Emma and Mary Ruth, Mrs. G. W.
Miller and Miss Evelyn Lynge heard
the address of E. Stanley .Tones in
| Sherman Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wester of
Fayettevilke, Ark., are here to spend
Thanksgiving with the former’s pa-,
rents. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wester, i
Miss Verna Thompson of Dallas
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
Jim Thompson, of the Alla commit- j
nity from Friday to Monday.
AMERICA GIVES THANKS FOR THE
OF ITS STRENGTH
A little less than a year ago, a fat,
flabby America, dozing in the sun, nar-
rowly escaped an assassin's death-thrust,
aimed from behind.
We are thankful that nothing more
serious than a '‘flesh wound" was in-
flicted, stirring the giant to furious ac-
tion, and the greatest outpouring of the
weapons of victory that the world has
These are stern days of sacrifice,
stripped of many of our accustomed
comforts and pleasures. We are not
happy. We are not care-free. But we
are united, determined,—and thankful.
No Banking Business Will Be Transacted on This Holiday
THE FIRST STATE BANK
Send Your Old
Silks and Nylons
to the FIGHTING FRONT!
When they are no longer wearable, bring your
hose to BRAY’S. The fibers are reclaimed and
used for bags to hold gunpowder and you will he
adding another slap to the Japs.
The McKinney Courier-Gazette re-
ports that Former Tax Assessor-Col-
lector N. D. Ready was able to be re-
moved from the McKinney hospital
last week to his home after some
-- - -
Ray Moore was here first of the
week from Lubbock. Lowering the
draft age will catch Ray and he is
sizing up the situation to see if he
could get into the service to better
advantage now than to wait to be
Mrs. Hardy Lovett and little
I daughter Dorothy Jo came up from
j Fort Worth Wednesday of last week
to visit the former’s mother. Mrs.
‘ E. P. Mize, who lives about a mile
southwest of Celina. Mr. Lovett and
the two other children came Satur-
day night and all 'remained oi
Mrs. AI Lowrey has just received a
letter from her brother, John A. Wil-
liams, who has been a member of the
Navy for seven years. He was at
Pearl Harbor when the Japanese at-
tack was made and is still stationed
there. He informed his relatives here
that he had received his Christmas
f harie Cozart is to appear before
his draft board at McKinney Wed-
nesday and will be sent from there
to Dallas to take his final examina-
tion, which will determine whether or
not he will be inducted into the ser-
Robert McClure is visiting- his
grandmother, Mrs. J. T. McClure.
Robert has been in California for 4
years, returning to Texas only a
short time ago. He is 20 years old
and says he expects to be inducted
into the armed service soon. He is
the son of Richard McClure.
THERE can be Thanksgiving in our hearts — for the fact that our
entire nation is engaged in perpetuating the democratic way of life.
Maybe you can’t carry a gun. Maybe you can’t build a tank. But you
can buy War Bonds and Stamps . . . even to the point of privation.
Because anything’s worth doing without, that will help the United
Nations win a speedy victory ... a true peace . . .
So Let's Make This a War Bond Thanksgiving!
Vance Newsom, radio technician,
who stopped off here en route from
Lexington, Ky., to San Antonio to
spend a week with Mrs. Newsom and
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee New-
som, went on to San Antonio Sunday,
to which place lie has been transfer-
Our Job Is to Save
Every Pay Day
toV* V, ■&;.
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