The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 8, 1942 Page: 4 of 4
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Thursday, October 8, 1942
THE CELINA (TEXAS) RECORD
Loaf ............ 31
BUTTER, quart . . jJfC
PINEAPPLE a ^
JUICE .......... iLsC
Bright and Early AQ
Mrs. Tuckers Jh
Shortening, 4 lbs. . ©^/C
MILK | A
3 Small Cans.....lUC
Phone 78 — We Deliver
A daughter was born Monday to
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milligan of the
Rhea Mills community.
Mrs. Tom O’Dell and daughter
Miss Sue, spent Saturday uight with
Miss Pearl Spann, of Celina.
Mr. and Mrs. Byrd O’Dell visited
Mr. and Mrs. John O’Dell at Durant,
Okla., Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Swann have re-
ceived a letter from their son Carl,
informing them that he has been
transferred from Fort Sill to Ever-
ett, Wash. Carl volunteered a few
Mrs. Lee Terry is spending the
week with her daughter and son-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cox, at
Mr. and Mrs. Noel O'Dell of Alla
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Willard and son Bobby, south of Ce-
Miss Allie Stone of McKinney
spent the week-edn with her mother,
Mrs. Bedford Stone, and children,
northwest of town.
Local and Personal News
Of Celina and Community
Joe Clark was transferred from
Camp Welters to Camp Howze at
Gainesville recently, he stated during
a brief visit here a few clays ago.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Skidmore and
daughter Mary of Denton, Mr. and
Mrs. Edd Crockett of Prosper, were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Stone and family.
H. W. Terrell and Hugh O'Dell
were in Denison Saturday.
The birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs.
Qbert Shaw at their home three miles
east of town Sunday is announced.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stelzer have re-
ceived word from their son Graham
that he is now in New Guinea.
DR. W. H. STALLCUP
OFFICE OVER JONES
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Snodgrass and
child of Dallas visited. Dee’s father.
Demus Snodgrass, and daughter, Miss
Beuna, last week-end.
Miss Louise Carey of Longview
spent last week-end with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carey,
southwest of Celina.
Lois Geline Moreland, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wright, is vis-
iting her sister. Mrs. Duane Potts,
in Oklahoma City and may extend
her visit some weeks.
The condition of Frank Bennett,
whose home is just south of town, is
reported as much improved. He has
been ill since he was the victim of a
I paralytic stroke some months ago.
/fkGet Your Turkeys
Ready for the
The Thanksgiving Turkey Market will open sometime
between November 1 and 15. Better worm those tu-keys
now if you have not already done so. We have several
brands of good remedies. Get your turkeys in shape so
you’ll get more for them—do it NOW!
TOMATOES, Sat- ||\
urday only, per can 1UC
Per Head ........ | C
MILNOT Milk | A
3 small cans.....UUC
PURE PORK QC
SAUSAGE, lb .... JjC
Per Loaf .......... DC
STEAK, Any kind.
Saturday only, lb..
SEE US SATURDAY FOR CANNING APPLES
Folgers, and White
Swan, Sat. only. . . 0«/C
Bee Brand Insect
SPRAY, per quart, AA
was 19c. now ....
SEE US FOR KARO SYRUP SATURDAY
DYNO, Pure Dex- -i Q
trose, 1-lb pkg. . ..
(This is pure corn sugar,
not rationed, and is good
for cooking or beverages.
Has lots of food value.)
Pure LARD. Bring | £
your bucket, lb ... JlijV
Kindle’s Special and Grif-
fin’s fresh ground |
COFFEE, lb iyC
2 POUNDS FOR 35c
See us early for your supply of meat curing necessities.
We have Figaro and Morton brands, in packages and
bulk. It may get scarce, for it’s made of sugar and salt.
We also have everything you’ll need in making sausage-
YOU MUST BE SATISFIED WHEN
YOU SHOP HERE
Kindle Groc. & Market
“The Biggest Little Store in Town.’
Rates for advertising in this column
are 1 cent per word, minimum of 25
cents per insertion. Phone your want
ads to No. 17.
As local agent for the Dalas News,
I will thank subscribers to phone me
at 100W 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.—Vernon Dale Crues.
See ROY C. NELSON for the Dal-
las News. By Mail: Daily and Sun-
day, |7.95 a year. Daily only, $6,75.
FOR SALE—Several feeder shoats.
Or will trade.—ROY C. NELSON, lc
NOTICE.—We have purchased the
Dee S. Finley stock barns and will
operate same as a feed lot. Will buy
corn, oats, barley. See our manager,
Leslie Biggerstaff, when you have
corn or grain to sell.—Eugene B.
Tech. Corporal Buster Nelson has
been here snice Tuesday from Camp
Bowie and will remain until Monday.
Keever Acuff, former manager of
the Smith jewelry store here, is now
in training at Perrin field.
Mrs. Buck Winn sends the Record
to Mr. Winn’s sister, Mrs. J. M.
Willock, of Tioga for the next year.
Mrs. Taylor Nelson and daughter
Betty of Commerce visited in Celina
from Friday afternoon to Sunday aft-
Mrs. George Tillerson spent first
part of the week here with her son.
Earl Tillerson, and family.
Glenn O'Brien, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank O’Brien of the Twin Bridges
community, and Sgl. John A. DeLong
of Ohio, both of whom are in train-
ing a4 Duncan Field, San Antonio,
visited Glenn’s parents Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mortie Christian |
came up from Conroe Sunday to vis-
it the former’s mother, Mrs. Grant
Christian, and other relatives. He
has disposed of his two filling sta-
tions in Conroe and is looking for a
Mrs. Noah Jones was here Satur-
day to have her household effects
hauled to. Orange, where Mr. Jones is
employed in a shipyard. Jesse Rogers
moved the household goods down first
of the week. Mrs. Jones stated that
a 5-room house was being completed
for them eight miles in the country
at a rental cost of $60 per month.
However, the rent ceiling may lower
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelson have had
as their guest for the last few days
Glenn Petranovich, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Petranovich and nephew
of Mrs. Nelson. The three and ano-
ther son, Donald, of Gallup, N. M.,
are transferring to Winslow, Ariz.,
and stopped over last week-end in
McKinney to visit Mrs. Petranovich’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Camp-
bell, both families spending a por-
tion of the time with the Nelsons.
Easy On Your Pocket
Economizing housewives are giving more careful atten-
tion to the purchasing of the groceries and other food-
stuffs they use than ever before.
LET US HELP YOU SAVE
BOTH FOOD AND MONEY
You will always find our shelves loaded with pure, fresh,
wholesome groceries, both fancy and staple, and in such
variety that it is no trouble to select the makings of a
good meal. Our prices will bear comparison. Let us have
your next grocery order and see if we don’t satisfy you.
NEVINS CASH GROCERY
Dr. T. H. Hoard returned today
from Beresford, S. D., to which place
hi? went a few days ago to bring
home Mrs. Hoard and two children,
who had been visiting Mrs. Hoard's
parents for two or three weeks.
B. R. Lankford and a friend,
James Simmons, of Camp Maxey,
near Paris, arrived here last week-
end for a week’s visit with the for-
mer’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Seldom, if ever, during this gener-
ation have so many of the insects
known as asps been found on trees
in and around Celina. Few people of
the community have failed to feel the
pain caused by them.
Mrs. G. 0. Carruth and daughter
Jinkie, of Lefors, Texas, arrived here
Saturday to be guests of Mr. and
Mx-s. Lige Douglas and Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Patrick. Mrs. Carruth is the sis-
ter of Mrs. Douglas and of Mr. Pat-
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Richardson and
Mrs. S. M. Fancher of Dallas, Paul
Stone of Celina, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs.
M. U. Duncan of Aubrey, Mr. and
Mrs. Burl Kirkland and two daugh-
ters of McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Stone and son and Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Stone were guests of Mrs. J. R. Stone
and family Sunday.
Lon Wester, who has a good sized
pecan orchard on his place northeast
of town aud usually grows a good
crop of very fine pecans, said Tues-
day that the crop this yehr amounts
to but little. Worms have done much
Edwin Earl Tillerson, who entered
the Teachers college at Denton at the
opening of the regular term, is back
home and is presiding over the soda
fountain at the Jones Pharmacy. He
says lie will go back to school at the
beginning of the second semester.
Mrs, Bob Marks, who lives east of
Celina, was in town Monday and
stopped at the Record office to have
the Record sent to her address for
the next twelve months. Mrs. Marks
is also having the Record sent to her
son. Pvt. Clyde Marks, who is sta-
tioned at Seattle, Wash.
Buy More War Bonds and Stamps.
If*you can’t PREVENT it,
you can PROTECT it!
The best protection is caution.
The NEXT BEST is insurance!
Don’t risk losing property and
Be Sure to Insure With
Newsom & Johnson
Fire kills 10,000 American
workers every year. Property
losses from fire in 1941 were
estimated at $303,895,000.
What tragic waste!
A fire caused by carelessness is as
much a victory for the Axis as one
started by an incendiary bomb.
Be careful of matches. Clean up
all inflammable rubbish. Check up
on stoves and furnaces ... You must
do your part to fight this relent-
less enemy at home. Be on guard
every minute. This is your battle.
THE FIRST STATE BANK
Dress Makers, Home-Sewers, Home-Economics Classes:
We would like for you to see our new Cohama Flan-
nels and Silk Failles. If you read “Life” and other
national magazines, you will appreciate buying them
here at a saving of 10c to 29c a yard. You will find
here Corduroys, Crepes, Suitings and Prints, all priced
as low and most of them lower than elsewhere.
Shoes Hard to Get
Guess you have heard that shoe will be rationed. We
know nothing of it and hope it doesn’t come. But
we do know that good shoes are hard to get. A re-
cent order for shoes cannot be delivered for 30 days
or more, and from week to week they get scarcer.
We advise buying at your earliest convenience shoes
to do you for several months. We have a very large
stock to select from at this time. See the new styles.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Yates, a pair
of the town’s aged people, had a fine
day last Sunday. They attended the
barbecue at the Baptist Church and
visited the Doyle home, southeast of
town in the afternoon. Mr. Yates
stated that he had not spent a more
pleasant day in ten years.
Get YOUR scrap in the scrap!
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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/m1/4/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.