The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1946 Page: 3 of 8
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THE CELINA (TEXAS) RECORD
Thursday, November 21, X94«
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25 YEARS AGO IN CELINA
Miss Ora Finley entertained with
a party for the seniors. Prizewin-
ners in the contests were Miss
Edith Snodgrass and Taylor Nel-
Mrs. Rebecca Robinson died at
the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Tom Brown, two or three miles
east of Celina, at the age of 80
About 20 Celina citizens armed
with shotguns, charged a crows’
roost near Marilee. They expected
to kill hundreds of crows but got
only about 25.
Miss Mary Jackson was chair-
man of the athletic association
and presided at a meeting held to
make arrangements for a carnival.
Farmers were coming through
Celina from the east en route to
the timber in Denton County to
get their winter firewood. *
Mrs. Binkley Stallcup honored
her sister, Miss Irene Clayton, with
a 6 o’clock dinner.
Pink boll worms were found on
the Gough farm near Marilee and
an area extending as far south as
three and a half miles north of Ce-
lina and the governor of the state
quarantined an area about Marilee.
Topping the road to Old Celina
cemetery with gravel was com-
pleted. Lee Laney had the contract
to apply the gravel.
Physician and Surgeon
Phone 50, Day or Night
McKinney Production Credit As-
sociation vs. James N. Neale, et
al, suit for debt.
J. A. Watkins vs. Marl Benton
et al, suit for debt.
Allene Summers vs. John Sum-
Suita Disposed of
H. C. Brooks et ux, vs. W. A.
Johnson, dba Johnson Motor Lines,
Billie Lee Driggers, vs. J. D.
Driggers, divorce granted.
John R. Furr vs. Alta Furr, di-
Mrs. Euna Moore, et al, vs. J. P.
Moore, et al, final order of distri-
Cordelia Mbon vs. Everett B.
Moon, divorce granted.
Emma Bennett vs. Lee More
j Bennett, divorce granted.
R. L. Moulden et al, vs. L. L.
Johnson, et al. final order of dis-
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H. Ray Roberts and Elizabeth
Raymond C. Evans and Pauline
John W. Kimbrough and Valaria
Wesley E. Goforth and Irene
Cases disposed of
N. W. Offell. charged with driv-
ing while intoxicated, fined $50.00
and costs, totaling $71.00
Earl J. Nash, charged with driv-
ing while intoxicated, fined $50.00
and costs, totaling $71.65.
Dallas Symphony Will
Present Verdi’s “Requiem”
DALLAS, TEXAS.—The “Verdi
Requiem” to be presented by the
Dallas Symphony Orchestra on its
first special concert November 24
at Fair Park auditorium is typical
of the ambitious presentations of
the young orchestra. The "Re-
quiem.” one of the gems of musical
history, requires four excellent so-
loists and large choral group. For
the Dallas presentation, the first
by any Southwest orchestra, Con-
ductor Antal Dorati has chosen the
North Texas State College Chorus
under the direction of Dr. W. C.
Bain and soloists Regina Resnik,
soprano, Winifred Heidt, contralto,
Gabor Carelli, tenor and George
During its first season, the Dal-
las Symphony Orchestra in playing
Debussy’s “Nocturnes” included
the “Sirens,” a movement usually
omitted by even the leading sym-
phonies of the country since it re-
quires a woman’s chorus of superb
quality. To present the “Noc-
turnes” in their entirely. Conduc-
tor Dorati created his own group
of Dallas Symphony Singers.
To close its first season, the Dal-
las Symphony chose the Beethoven
Ninth, a work of comparable scope
to the “Requiem” and played it on
a nation-wide broadcast which
brought praise from all parts of
the country. The Beethoven Ninth
also called for four soloists and a
large chorus. The work marked
the debut of the NTSC chorus with
the Dallas Symphony.
Although written for ^Mass, the
“Requiem” is not in the usual
church style of the period. Instead,
composer Verdi stayed with the
operatic style that has made his
" Aida,” “U Trovatore” and “Tra-
viata" and other operas immortal.
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$2.40. $1.80, $1.20 and 60 cents, tax
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children and Mrs. Homer Smith
of Pilot Point spent Saturday with
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shaw in the Par-
Ruth Francis of Dallas visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Francis, in the Cottage Hill com-
munity over the week-end.
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Arrests made by the Sheriff’s
Department during the month of
October: carrying knuckles, 1;
carrying pistol, 1; operating motor
vehicle upon highway without op-
erator’s licenses, 1; theft, 5; ag-
gravated assult, 4; forgery, 2;
swindling by worthless check, 2;
drunkeness, 10; transporting whis-
ky, 2; bookmaking, l; driving mo-
tor vehicle while intoxicated, 2;
wife and child desertion, 1; mur-
der. 1: rape. 1; robbery with fire-
arms, I; felony warrant released
to Cass County, Texas, 1; felony
warrant release to Winkler County,
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Andrews, C. C. The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1946, newspaper, November 21, 1946; Celina, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth772787/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.