The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 8, 1942 Page: 3 of 4
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THE CELINA (TEXAS) RECORD
Thursday, October 8, 1942
BUY WAR BONDS
Be Wise —
Keep your present radio in good
working condition “for the dura-
tion ” Bring it in and let us
check it over FREE. If it doesn’t
need repairs we’ll tell you so!
COZART RADIO SHOP
DR. RAY LARGENT
Office Over Gamble’s Drug
We do all kinds of weld-
ing bv an expert welder.
Bring us vour Acetylene
and Electric welding.
G. C. SHEETS.
Blacksmith. Wood workman
We take every precau-
tion to see that our cus-
tomers get only the pur-
est, cleanest milk. It’f
Bp it enacted by the City Council
of the City of Celina, Collin County,
Texas, in regular session on the 6th
day of October, 1942, that:
! Each individual, company, corpor-
I ation, or association owning, operat-
ing, managing, or conti-olling any
gas, electric light, electric poAver. or
water works, or water and light plant
located within the City of Celina.
Collin'County, Texas, and charging
for such gas, electric lights, electric
power or water, shall make quarter-
ly, on the first day of January, April,
| July and October of each year, a re-
port to the City Secretary of the City
of Celina, Collin County, Texas, und-
er oath of the individual, or the
President, Treasurer, Superintendent,
or local manager of such company, or
corpoi-ation, or association, showing
the gross ainunt received from such
business done in said City of Celina,
Collin County, Texas, in the payment
of charges for such gas, electric
lights, electric power, or water for
the quarter, next preceding, and the
said individual, company, corporation
or association, at the time of making
said report, shall pay to , the City
Secretary of the City of Celina, Col-
lin County, Texas, as a charge for
the use of its streets, alleys, and pub-
lic ways, for the quarter beginning
on said date an amount equal to Two
(2 'h) of said gross receipts as
shown by saiil report.
And further, that: the importance
of this ordinance, and the fact that
there is now no ordinance covering
this matter, creates an emergency,
demanding the suspension of all rules
to the contrary, this ordinance shall
take effect from and after its pass-
age, and it is so ordered.
G. V. BRAY, Mayor.
Attest: EARL O. TILLERSON,
Effective this 6th day of Oct.. 1942.
Mr. and Mrs. Bedford Wilson and
son left this week for Vernon, but
expect that they will go on later to
Fresno, Calif., to reside. Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Terrell and family have
moved to the house on the Gross
farm, where the Wilsons have been
living. Mrs. J. G. Gross plans to
move this week from Dallas back to
the farm and occupy a part of the
Mrs. Byrd Helms underwent a ma-
jor operation at the McKinney city
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mayes have rent-
ed the F. S. Perry rent house here
and plan to occupy it as soon as they
recover from injuries sustained in an
automobile accident sevei-al weeks
ago. They have been living on a farm
Mrs. Minerva George, who has been
living in Sherman for the past sev-
eral months, has moved back to Wes-
ton and will make her home with her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Miller.
Barney Hackler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Hackler, has been trans-
ferred from Camp Wolters to Camp
Mrs. G. E. Craft had as her Sun-
day guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Stiles and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Choc Redden of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Wallen of Cbambersville.
Marion Blackmon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Vance Blackmon, has enrolled
in Texas A. & M.
Charley Smallwood has returned
from Los Angeles, Calif., where he
had been employed.
Th<? parent-teachers meeting, ac-
cording to Mrs. Ben Groves, presi-
dent, has been postponed from Oct.
8 to Oct. 22 at 8 p. m. At that time
in connection with the program pre-
viously announced, open house is to
be held. Members are being asked to
bring popcorn and apples.
Mrs. Weldon Miller and her cousin
of Tioga visited Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
School is scheduled to re-open
Monday, October 12.
Charles Cave of Fort Worth visit-
ed relatives and' friends here this
Foy Drew, son of Mrs. Ola Drew,
has been transferred from the air
base at Salt Lake City, Utah, to
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luscombe
ha\re received word from their son,
Corp. George Edwin Luscombe, who
is with the Army Air Forces, stating
that he has arrived safely at an over-
seas port. -
At least one Weston family in par-
ticular was spared a great deal of
anxiety by the war department hold-
ing up the news of the sinking of
the U. S. S. George F. Elliott. Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Speck Sr.’s son Win-
fred J. Speck, third-class machinist’s
mate, with the Naval Air Force, was
aboard that ship when it sailed from
a Pacific coast port some months ago.
Recently the parents received a let-
ter from their son, dated Aug. 22,
stating that he was safe and well but
had changed ships. Now they under-
Miss Rosa Lee Blackwell, daugh-
ter of Mrs. John Blackwell of the
Kelly community, became the bride of
Corp. Fred H. Estep, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. S. Estep of Weston, Wed-
nesday night in Celina. The ceremo-
ny was read by the Rev. W. J. Ep-
ting, Baptist pastor, at his home
Ralph Van Iloozer, son of Free-
land Van Hoozer, Robert R. Estep,
son of Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Estep,
John George, son of Mrs. Ola George,
and Edgar George, son of Mrs. Mi-
nerva George, are t.o report Friday,
Oct. 9 at Camp Wolters for army
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde La Foy of
Houston visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Brown Sunday.
Miss Josie Brimer of Dallas is here
visiting her mother and sister. Mrs.
Joe Brimer, who are ill.
The bride is an honor graduate of
the Anna high school and attended
Denton teachers college. Corp. Estep
was reared here, attended the local
school and is a Celina High School
graduate. He has been serving with
the Army in a cavalry unit at Fort
Bliss for the past two years, and has
recently been on maneuvers in Lou-
isiana. The couple plans to live at El
Attendants were Miss Emma Cross-
white and Robert Estep, brother of
Charlie Cunningham was here from
Denison Wednesday afternoon.
Everyday hc-jnen dive heartily into
our mcnla for delicious vitamin-
packed food. One visit and we know
you’ll say our food is the best you’ve
Dr. L. E. Hoard
Office over Central State
Bank. Office Phone 26.
Have you a tank car? Always stopping for gas? One
way of curing your car from being a gas eater is to have
our expert mechanics check it. They’ll overhaul and ad-
just your engine for real fuel economy.
WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF CARS!
Ken Massey Chevrolet Co.
Phone 25—We Deliver
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Mr. Hoyt Lee Miller and .Miss Mo-
velda Phillips were married in Celina
Saturday at 6:30 p. m., the Rev. L.
T. Grumbles officiating.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. F. Miller, who live on what
is known as the Green Bishop place
about eight miles northwest of Ce-
lina, and his bride is Vne daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips of the
Cottage Hill neighborhood.
Scheduled for Next Week
A terracing demonstration directed
by County Agent Jack McCullough,
was held on the farm of E. L. Clark,
west of Celina, Wednesday. Another
is taking place today on the farm of
H. A. Swindell, between Murphy anti
Wylie; Tuesday, Oct. 13. another will
be given on the F. D. Perkins farm,
8 miles west of McKinney; another
Wednesday, Oct. 14, on the E. David-
son farm, west of Wctsel, and on
Thursday. Oct. 15, one will be given
on thp Scott Mitchell farm, north of
The Christian Church Sunday
school shipped a quantity of cloth-
ing and food to the Fowler home in
i Dallas first of the week.
FARMERS! Repair your barn so that it will be
in good condition for the duration. We still have
a good stock of materials on hand.
Lyon-Gray Lumber Company
As you know, the sale of farm machinery has been put on a rationed basis. The
following items (listed as Class A) can be sold only on a certificate from your couimty
rationing board: combines, disc harrows, feed grinders, grain drills, bay balers, amid
tractors. There are other items listed in Class A but they are not commonly sold here.
Class B items can be purchased upon certification of your need for such equip-
Class C items are not restricted. Farm machinery repairs can be purchased as m
Read your local newspaper for a complete analysis of the government order rel-
ative to the sale of new farm machinery.
There is no restriction on the sale of used and rebuilt farm machinery.
We will continue to accept good and responsible farmers’ notes on the sale of
farm machinery. We will comply in every respect with the regulations issued by the
Federal Reserve Board governing the extension of credit.
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The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 8, 1942, newspaper, October 8, 1942; Celina, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth772805/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.