The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 29, 1942 Page: 4 of 4
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Thursday, October 20, 1942
THE CBUNA (TEXAS) RECORD
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WE STILL HAVE SOME
CRISCO, SPRY AND
Phone 78 — We Deliver
No Deliveries After 12 Noon.
Local and Personal News
Oi Celina and Community
E. A. Biggs of Dallas visited his
brother, Charlie Biggs, of this com-
Mrs. Chloy Johnson of Perrin
Field visited her daughter. Mrs.
Claude Howell, and family last week.
Wales Conatser, who is stationed
at Sheppard Field, spent last week-
end with his parents here.
Mrs. B. C. Stone and daughter,
Mrs. Johnnie Roller, visited Hugh
Milton Stone, a son of the former, at
an Army training camp at Gruber,
Mrs. J. A. Biggs of Denton was
here Friday looking after her farm-
ing interests and visiting friends and
Howard Blagg, who has been serv-
ing as railway station agent at Bre-
morld, is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. T. Blagg.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maxson and ba-
by of Lewisville were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Maxson of Light’s
R. B. Ruthei*ford, member of the
school faculty, was called out of town
Monday and Hugh Peterman substi-
tuted for Mr. Rutherford and got to
try out that new diploma issued to
him recently by the Denton teachers
Mrs. J. W. Kibler of McLean, Tex-
as, returned to her home Saturday
after spending two weeks with her
sister, Mrs. W. E. Seitz, and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rodgers vis-
ited the former's mother in Gunter
Mr. and Mrs. Volney Phillips had
r.s guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
Wallace of Leonard, parents of Mrs.
Charles Atkins, son of- Mr. and
Mrs. Ross Atkins, and electrical en-
gineering student at A. & M., spent
last week-end visiting his, parents.
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. O’Dell and fam-
ily of the Alla community had as
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ted Yar-
borough and son Rodney of Prosper,
Miss Pearl Spann of Celina, Mrs.
Tom Winn, south of town, and Mr.
and Mrs. Noel O’Dell of the Alla
Mr. and Mrs. Noel O’Dell, Mrs.
Tom Winn, Mrs. Tom O’Dell and two
children, and Mrs. Allan Willard were
in Sherman Saturday afternoon.
This is a warning to those who are going to
use radios for the duration. As you know, there’s a
shortage of material, and radio parts and tubes are
not being manufactured now, so if your radios have
any weak tubes in them you should have them re-
placed. It would also be wise to buy an extra set, as
my company is calling in all of their tubes on Nov. 1.
SATURDAY IS THE LAST DAY TOR REPLACE-
Cozart Radio Shop
CHARLIE COZART, Proprietor
Indications are that turkeys will bring a good price
to producers this season. No matter what the mark-
et is, however, we want your turkeys, and we’ll pay the
top market price. The market for Thanksgiving will
probably open about November 2, so continue your ef-
forts to get your birds in tip-top shape, and have them
ready to bring the highest prices when the market opens.
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.
FARM LOANS.—When you want
a farm loan or to buy a farm you are
invited to see SAM BATEMAN, N.
side square. 21p
Christmas greeting cards, with or
without printed name. See samples in
Bob Clutts’ window. Order at once.
Overseas soldiers should be remem-
bered before Saturday night.— I.ura
As local agent for the Daks 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.
FOR SALE.—AAA A grade red
roosters. R.O.P. stock.—Mrs. W. A.
PUCKETT, 5 miles north of Celina.
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
Sj Club has placed containers in
some of the business houses and asks
that those having keys that are of
no use t,o them will please drop them
in these containers. The metal will
be used in our war effort.
H. L. Scharff, a Gunter boy now
training at Perrin Field, was here
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Doggett ami
daughter, Mrs. Savage, of Sherman,
spent Saturday evening in the home
of Mrs. J. W. Ownsby.
Sib Stone was at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Will Moore of Aubrey Sun-
Willie Willard and family of Dal-
las were here Saturday. Willie is em-
ployed in a war production plant.
Miss Allie Stone of McKinney
spent the week-end with home folks.
Mrs. Bedford Stone and children,
northwest of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Cox and three
children of Grand Prairie were Sun-
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Cox
Jr. and Mrs. L. N. Cox Sr., south of
Mr. anti Mrs. Charles Stone and
daughter Charlsie, Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Stone and son Wayne were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lew-
is Richardson and Mrs. S. M. Fanch-
er of Dallas.
spent Saturday night in the home of
her sister, Mrs. Henry Rodgers, and
Dick Gearhart, farmer of the Gufi-
ter community, was in Celina Mon-
Mrs. J. M. Floyd of Gainesville re-
turned to her hoive Monday after vis-
iting her sister, Mrs. Tom Perkins,
and Mr. Perkins.
Bill Atwood, who is now in the
Ferry Command at Love Field, Dal-
las, was here Sunday to visit Mrs.
Atwood and her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. McAdams.
Leon Howard and Jeff Moore of
Celina, who received draft calls last
week, are informed that a mistake
was made and they were instructed
by the draft board at McKinney to
disregard the call. Both are married
and each has a dependent child.
Mrs. J. D. Skiles and daughter
Kathleen and son J. A. Skiles of Ab-
ilene arid Miss Rosaleen Autry of
Dallas and Gladys Whisenant of
Wichita Falls were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred West Sunday. Miss
Whisenant also visited in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hunter.
Hugh Peterman and J. J. Um-
phress attended a gasoline rationing
meeting in McKinney Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sheets and Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Lee visited Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Sheets in Bowie Sunday.
Mrs. Kate Bryant and Mrs. Herb-
ert Parish each had a letter a few
days ago from their brother, Thom-
as Keeling. He is now in New Guinea
and is well. It was the first word
from him since March.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stone and daugh-
ter Betty, Sib Stone, Mrs. J. R. Stone
and Miss Vera Stone were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Perry and family
at Gainesville, Thursday of last
Mrs. Dick Holder, formerly Miss
Mary Nell Durham of Celina, now
living in Dallas, where she was em-
ployed by a beauty shop, is now em-
ployed in the accounting department
of Sears, Roebuck & Co. in Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bennett, Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Mallone, Mr. and Mi’s.
I). A. McCoy and Mr. and Mrs. Pete
McKnight and daughter Mary Arm
visited Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Baker in
Dallas first of last week.
DR. W. H. STALLCUP
OFFICE OVER JONES
Phone 25—We Deliver
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
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 vou.
NEVINS CASH GROCERY
THERE ARE STILL
PLENTY OF LOANS
War has put certain necessary re-
strictions upon our lending, but there
are still many ways in which we can
cooperate with you—and with the
Victory Program, at the same time.
Within these limits you will find
us ready to do our utmost to work
THE FIRST STATE BANK
BUY STOVES NOW
If you have no cookstove or if your old one will not cook—is
worn out or damaged beyond repair, you can buy a new one if you
act quickly. We have only two gas ranges and can buy no more.
Heaters are out for the duration except what dealers now have
in their stocks. If you have no other means of heating, we can sell
you a natural or butane gas heater. Oil-burning heaters are hard to
get at all. If you have a large space to heat we can supply you with
a large oil burner at last year’s prices.
We can get no more oil ranges but do have a good used gaso-
line range which cost about $100. You may have it for $20. We also
have an electric stove in good repair at a very low price.
Shop Early for
Owing to the scarcity of merchandise we advise Christmas buy-
ing now. It looks a little early—but you wouldn’t think so if you
knew how hard it will be to secure wanted goods later.
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