The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 16, 1936 Page: 1 of 8
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CELINA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1936
Wm. Pell Died Saturday
At Age of Eighty Years
Wm. Pell, aged 80 years, died at
4 p. m. ..Saturday at the home estab-
lished in pioneer days by his parents
two miles southeast of Cottage Hill
and on which he continued to live
for 5/ years—the end of his earthly
His funeral was conducted at Cot-
tage Hill church by Rev. A. R. Mor-
gan at 2 p. m. Sunday and his body
w'as laid to rest in Cottage Hill Cem-
etery. T?->e Record is informed that
the grave is to be marked by a bois
d’ arc tombstone, which Mr. Pell had
made at McKinney sometime before
his death. It is stated also that his
grave was dug according to specifi-
cations followed in digging graves in
pioneer days—large from the top
down to the top of the coffin
box and from there on just large
enough to receive the box and deep
enough to permit the top of the box
to rest on a level with the offset at
the point where the grave was larger.
This kind of grave was requested bv
. This pioneer citizen is survived by
his aged wife, three sons, Jim Pell,
who resides near Roland; Silas Pell,
of the Rhea Mills community; and
Lawrence Pell of the Cottage Hill
community, and two daughters, Mrs.
Jim Young, of Fitzhugh Mill, and
Miss Bertie Pell, who resided with her
Nineteen grandchildren and twelve
Mr. Pell was known throughout the
community as an upright man who
aid by his neighbors as he would have
them do by him. He was unassuming,
being content to live quietly without
desire of high place among his neigh-
His funeral was attended by a large
nuumber of his neighgbors and a rich
floral offering attested their esteem.
E. B, Moore Announces
For Office of Sheriff
Collin County’s chief enforcement
officer, as our readers well know, is
the Sheriff, for which office E. B.
Moore, a highly esteemed Blythe’s
Chapel farmer, announces in this is-
He was born in Coryell County,
iexas, more than fifty years ago,
and has resided in Collin County con-
tinuously for nearly forty years. He
married Miss Maggie Frances Camp-
beH daughter of A. A. Campbell of
the Blythe s Chapel community, they
having resided continuously on their
farm where they reared their two
tine children to be grown and now
Miss Bessie D. Keen
Candidate for Clerk
Miss Bessie D. Keen of McKinney
was m Celina Wednesday contacting
d 1fcquair}tin£ them with the
fact that she would like to serve the
county m the capacity of clerk. She
has served as deputy county clerk
for a number of years, which has giv-
7 hei' ,expfrAence iri every phase of
work of the office. Of course her
th?dn^y lsf?ubjept the action of
the Democratic primaries in July.
Miss Keen authorized the placing
of her announcement in our political
V ^SS/6en If' a daughter of the late
V. M. Keen McKinney carpenter and
and prominent Mason, who
Dr. Collins President
County Medical Society
B. MMoo”Tre, LS Danas County
who came to McKinney at the out-1 7"t«C aT&y m 1933. She is a native
day evening at 7:30 o’clock presided
over by Dr. J. S. Collins, of Celina
newly-elected president. ’
This was the first meeting of 1936
and was well attended. Dr. Collins’
succeeds Dr. J C. Erwin Jr., of S
city as president. Other officers who
are serving are Dr. P. D. Robason,
vice president and Dr. Chas C. Shum-
eiJ Tn?sSHnCiati°n-had as &uest speak- Iia ano
n5i?uesday Dr. Hill Metz of high noint
Da.las, son of the late Dr. M s i
Bobcats Continue to Win
As Cage Season Opens
theA'cen„aaWe^bc0artstW0 °f w°rk-°u‘
of Cehia14' Smi‘h' Point man
toi Celina, scored 16 points.
(;/be next game was with Lone
§tar- 7’ Celina 86’ Lone Star 12
'unf. P°™J man for Celina,
rung up 14 points.
During the Christmas holiday the
Wp^P pyi- Aubrey and Lewisville.
iC09eXS1U?a «, Aubrey 14; Celi-
na 24 and Lewisville 5. Smith was
of the late Dr. M. S. Metz I with P°inY7?” m ,th£ Aubrey game
Brother Mrs. Roy Epting
Died in Sherman Monday
Marshall Raney, aged about 50;
head of the Rainey Auto Company,
of Whitesboro, died at ■L1- TTT”
brenk of the Civil War to enlist in
the Confederacy and who valiantly
fought for the Southern cause. He
was in the same company with the
late Ben T. Estes of McKinney and
other comrades from this county.
E. B. Moore Jr. has been content
to live the simple, but highly hon-
orable and respectable life of a tiller
oi the sou and a stockman. By in-
dustry and honest dealings he has
won an enviable name and the uni-
versal esteem of a wide circle of
triends and acquaintances in this sec-
tion and some other parts of the
county. He has ever thrown his in-
fluence on the side of sobriety and
law enforcement and has been a loyal
good churches> better
school facilities for the
and improved living conditions XUr
the masses of the people.
nnSt ha£-neVe" bef(?re asPired to
pubLc office other than accepting a
school trusteeship, which he held eon-
hnn^USiyif01x t0arteen years in his
home distnct before voluntarily re-
tiring. He also served bv appoint-
ment for two or three years as Pre-
cinct Deputy under the late Sheriff
J- W. Pafford and has also had some
occasional experience at protecting
the property and doing detective
ig generation, for better roads
of Tennessee, coming to Texas with
her parents when she was less than
f year old, and has called McKinney
?*r h™e ejer since. She has one sis-
tei, Miss Byrdie, with whom she
lives and one brother, Glen A. Keen,
• * A • clty—but n° other relativees
m this county except a thirteen-year-
old cousin, Frank Keeen, whom she
educating? * baby “d is and
She was educated in the McKinney
public schools and at Hawthorne Col-
ege and has further cultivated her
mind and broadened her education by
constant reading and faithful appli-
cation to and study of her duties as
deputy County Clerk.
She is active in her church life and
a3so JJ} .Maternal affairs, being now
an official m the Order of the East-
ein Star Grand Lodge of Texas,
in line with her
of this city, who was one of North
vmmFeAer Pherapy” He is a brilliant
young doctor, who recently opened
offices m Dallas. While in McKinney
it Visite^ bis mother, Mrs, M. S
Metz, who still resides in this city.'
Another speaker of the evening
was Dr. Carl King, also of DallaU
Dr. King discussed “Gonorrhea and.
its Comphcatmns.” McKinney and
w?+ilntnC°r-nty doctors were elated
with the fine program as brought by
these two brilliant and prominent
Farmers Pledge Support
To President Roosevelt
anSV.™ r personal
line ihthaw TAAA0!?, aS 7el1 as. ih N his program to aid agriculture.
hne with her life work and training,.
xMiss Keen feels that she is abum
danJy warranted in asking the vot-
ers of this County to consider her
meins and qualifications for serving
them as their County Clerk—one of
the most important offices that the
sovereign voters have to bestow by
their suffrage. She feels under ob-
ligations to numerous friends from
over the county, who have
work tor several corporations; which Lne ?ounty’ who
have employed him for duties in thisAer tp enter the
h!Y rtate,S- In ,every capacity
__ m ... the Wilson ““7 employed him for duties in this
N. Jones Hospital in Sherman about oth.er states. In every capacity
10 o’clock Monday morning. Mr. P? service has been characterized by
Raney had been taken to the hos- lldeIltyTto duty and conscientious
mtal for treatment of an attack of
vfluenza, but the immediate cause
Oi* death was a heart attack suffered
a s ort time before his death.
Mr. Raney’s funeral was conduct-
ed at the Whitesboro Presbyterian
Church at 3 p. m. Tuesday by the
Rev. W. J. Epting of Celina. Burial
was in Whitesboro Cemetery beside
the body of his wife, whose death oc-
:urred about five months ago. The
couple had no children.
Mr. Raney was a brother of Mrs.
Roy Epting, formerly 0f this city, now
residing in Sherman.
work. He is a man of excellent per-
sonality, though of few words. His
courteous bearing towards everyone
know hte. °f Comment ^ a11
recognize in him choice
material for the making of an excel-1 • _____& —
lent sheriff. Consequently, they have w°man personality—of untiring
urged him to announce his candidacy eV ariW "o™**-*—i—•-------J—- .
- race and as-
sumed her in advance of their friend-
ship and support at the polls.
bhe is m the prime of life and in
the enjoyment of good health and her
i lends are confident that our county
government, insofar as the County
Clerkship goes, could not possibly be
A ™.ore Defficient hands than those
of Miss Bessie D. Keen.
•She is a modest young business
Ad the time the Record represent-
ative saw the paper it had been
sented only to farmers.
The following preamble
insight into its purpose:
fpJ\t?Vindersigned’ do hereby
teel Lhat the recent decision of the
Supreme Court, which knocked out
the triple A program, has retarded
Se^P1HgreSa-°f the farmer and bus-
nv nnd Ptvdlnsaup°n 3t more than
a”y ?ne fhln-g that could have han-
RAAA Ye /ta"d ready to help the
President of the United States^ the
the first week after the
school was resumed Celina played a
doiible-heade1. with Little Elm, ^lay-
mg the school and all-star teams.
7 !}Si SC^eS wRre Cellna school 34,
Little Elm school 14, Nelson scoring
tip C+eIlna all-stars 42, Lit-
plAA m ,a? 'stars 24, Smith and Hays
each making 15 points.
LewisviH6 then came to Celina to
pJay. a return game. Score, Celina 31
"Joint1, HayS a"d Smi«’
sultedeataeCdaya'? ^ictwy1 2P9°‘t0t IT
fom^„Sd Eed'' °’Deil
The Bobcats will play the Tioga
teeam tonight at Celina. Next week
they open their regular interscholas-
tic competition with McKinney.
P -T. A.
Association, addressed the local or-
ganizafion at a meeting held Monday
nL>'cAC °nk; Her subJ'ect was “Co-
opeiation between Home and School.”
Juduge R. M. Carter made a brief
tTeG RevTRe^n-Cati0n was by
Death of McKinney Man
Brings Murder Charges
Two McKinney men, Wilford and
Do^le Morrison, brothers, were charg-
S J f Trdeu' follc)wing the death
in thp M J°omb3’ 44> which occurred
Pridky^ighTney Clty hoSpitaI at 9:30
The two brothers are alleged to
PA,?-e'aCt operettaJ “Father Time’s
f tlf’ /a!, presented by members
?f th® f®urth grade under the direct-
ion of Mrs. J0e Bunch and Miss Wil-
i„The £asA of characters was as fol-
lows: Father Time, Billy Lafferty;
Spring Ann Meachum; Summer,
Elizabeth Ann Nevms; Fall, Emma
Jean Ownsby; Winter, Billy J0V
rZ U; i-nUary’ Theresa Melton,
Tommy Milligan, Mary Ann Bridge-
B^tty Jo Nicho1’ Lincoln’s
birthday, Eugene Stone; St. Valen-
tines, Nell Chenness; Washington,
Hairy Uthoff Jr.; Betsy Ross, Emma
Jean Ownsby; Wind, John Hershel
Fwfan AlA?' Day’ Wayne Stone,
Elmer Gene Lloyd; April Fool’s Day,
SlIly Jack McNabb; Easter, Ann
WnvphU1M East,7 Rabbit, Russell
eF!N°r7S; May Day’ Dorothy
Hall; Flag Day, Philip Holloway;
Jack Cherry CIack-
John Hershel Dungan; August, ev-
erybody s birthday, Elizabeth Ann
Nevins; September School Days, Ma-
SS Y'aveRs’ Georgia Fay Williams,
Elizabeth Biggs, Nellie May White-
Hallowe’en Billie Marie Vaughan
Armistice Day, W. J. Epting Jr.
Thanksgiving, Reba Cupp, Mary Fay
Scott, J. T. Cowdars; Santa
Raymond Gene O’Brien.
For the first time in
sweaters were given to
Junes allegetl io have been inflicted! y^ars’ bu! these sweaters were pur
oi me united States the the- &SSauA was made- Two I 7ased Wlth m°ney given by ljyal
Secretary 0f Agriculture, the AAA to h?s death he suffered sapp7'ters and left hom the
Congressmen and Senators to nrA u7acku of meningitis, which is said I 7b3etlA fund after expenses were
Deceased was one of Whitesboro’s ofAext,July-
that ^tlfe y* win °ge tY n ^b ehind31dm &and
5fip bl,m R0 succeed, if possible, at
the polls wh-^n the Democrats of this
county come to choose a standard-
bearer for the office at the primary
most prominent business men and one
. fhe town’s best and most useful
Court House News
DISTRICT COURT NEWS
Bryant Willis vs. Rhoda
T. M. Lovell et al., vs. Sedalia May
McClanahan et al., partition.
Joe Ramsay vs. Curtis Ramsay, di-
Torce and custody of minor child.
Eunice Watson vs. Amos Watson,
Catherine Thompson vs. F. M.
Bankers Life Company vs. Farm-
ersville Independent School District,
suit on bonds.
Joe Aston vs. Mrs. Mollie Hume
et al., suit on note and foreclosure.
J. W. Bomar vs. J. A. Dickerson,
Beatrice Whitman vs. C. E. Whit-
man, divorce and custody of minor
Althea May Mize vs. A. F. Mize,
divorce and writ of injunction.
Merle Gunter vs. W. S. Gunter, di-
vorce and custody of minor child. .
Claudia Young et al., vs. J. C. Law-
son et al., debt and foreclosure.
The State of Texas vs. Willie Lee
Rodgers et al., bond forfeiture. .
Ira Rudd vs. Hunter Farrell, suit
Mary E. Boyd vs. Fred Gallagher
et al., debt and forelosure.
Bessie Adkins vs. M. M. Adkins,
divorce and custody of minor child.
Mr. Moore submits his candidacy
to the voters of this great county of
?al1pHy A°,000rS0Uls Which he has
called home for so many years, be-
lieving that he will receive a sympa-
thetic consideration for the honor. He
pledges you that if victory perches
upon his banner, his conduct of the
countys chief law enforcement office
shall not rise up to plague or abash
y°H,by any shortcoming or dishon-
orable conduct on his part. He will
give his entire time and attention and
his very best efforts to the discharge
of every official duty that the high
and important office demands of its
He has been a consistent Democrat
and supporter of that party’s nom-
inees ever since he became a voter.
He hopes to see as many voters
it is possible for him
SOlMlt: iUVin* the comin£ campaign^
Mr Moore loves friends and is out
to add many more to those he already
has, and whether you vote for him
or not, he wants t0 meet you and
henceforth number you on his list of
., Tbif, McKinney Courier-Gazette and
Me j^cEmn,ey . Examiner commend
Mr. Moore to the voters of the coun-
ty as worthy of their aernest con-
sideration for the office of Sheriff.
eneigy and never-failing courtesy to-
wards everyone, high or low, having
,J° transact in the County
Gleiks office. No one gets more gen-
uine pleasure out of obligingly serv-
ing the public than she does, always
exercising unlimited patience and
giving minutest care and attention
in assisting those coming into that
office in being served efficiently and
as they would have desired to be
The Record bespeaks for Miss
Keen your lost careful consideration
of her earn dacy for the office of
County Clerk. She will appreciate to
the utmost any consideration that
you may give her and, of course, if
you deem her qualified and worthy of
your support, no one more than she
will apreciate your help and influ-
ence at the polls when you come to
X M. Lawhon of Gunter,
Pioneer Minister, Dead
deathVe beGn the immediate cause of
at‘he M-monal Ba":
TT; h niln McKinney, it was in-
A d 7 PI®asant Grove Cemetery.
^ Y°0mbs’ was an employe
^ — ,of tke Texas Electric Railway, is
urXhv JYM‘ Lawhon died Sat-|®^vlAed by bis wife and two child-
MktA hDi home of his daughter, len’Herman Lee Jr. and Roy Clifford.
Mrs. J. C. Bledsoe, of Gunter, with
The First State Bank
Held Annual Election
eer preachers of this section. In his
Smn?:/ears he had lost his eye-
S!ght and was practically helpless,
the funeral was conducted at 2 d
ChuTh" by" t&?v. Walter
S Td. a piomlsa ,ha made the aged L. Doyle, Lee f E' Se‘tZ’ Jesse
paid. The sweaters were awarded^^in
a ceremony held in assembly Wed-
nesday morning. Coach Cecil Sonntag
bnetly expressed his gratitude for
the cooperation of all the team and
awarded sweaters to sixteen team
members. A surprise feature of the
entertainment was the presentation
of a similar sweater to the coach.
Superintendent J. W. Chapman made
the award. The sweaters are orange-
colored and of a pull-over type. A
white C is on each sweater.
The students receiving sweaters
and their classifications are- W E
___ , Nelson, junior; John Willock, senior;
Dr. J. S. Collins,
Alla Is Victorious
At Anna Tournament
Lbe Alla boys basketball team won
tne trophy at the tournament at An-
na Friday night and Saturday and
minister some weeks ago and made ‘ Moore,
a talk at the service.
n/r are three sons, Alford of
EdTT116’’} MH7'r of White Da« and
Edgar of Bledsoe, Texas,
Newsom, C. M.
At a subsequent meeting the new-
ly-elected directors chose officers for
the institution for the ensuing year,
daughters, M™7’c Bledsoe?,"rut °pf the D-
ter, Mrs. Susie Melion and Mrs wi r. m pha!™aa “7 thi board;
L kobo of Shamrock, Mrs. A. S. Pike
and Mrs. O. D. Watson of Weslaco?
ff/tv fh,?' Michaa "t tbiiog Star and
of the tournament
Fresh typewriter ribbons for all
makes of machines, 75c each—The
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stone and son
Wayne visited Mr. and Mrs. Burl
Kirkland of Chambersville Saturday.
COUNTY COURT NEWS
Grady Giles has made application
for letters of guardianship of Will-
lai2 G. Bryant, et al., minors.
Eh Old has made application for
A J of administration of estate of
Auda C. Brumby, deceased.
M. J. Wilson and Tommie Lee.
Noel Nelson and Lena May Yar-
William T. Nichols and Mary Kath-
5aul Addington and Aleen Scott,
rhe Ray Welborn and Vidla
■ M. Daniel and Mary L. Allen,
thur Ray Housewright and Odie
Stubblefield and Mary
1 Mable Nobles.
Alla vs. Lone Istar, score 43 to 15
in favor of Alla.
Alla vs Frisco, score 51 to 19 in
favor of Alla.
In the semi-finals Alla defeated
Branch 31 to 13.
In the finals Frisco won the conso-
lation cash prize of $2.50 over Lone
Alla won the tournament bv de-
feating Trenton by the score of 45 to
44, and was awarded the trophy.
n r,03^1 Gentry of Alla says that Ray
Callanhan, one of his best players,
was injured Thursday and w
m any of the tournament gai
Protest AAA Ruling
McKinney Texas, Jan. 15—Farm-
ers met m 1/ communities Tuesday
o^anize a fight for a new
national farm program. The mass
meetings were sponsored by the Col-
lm County Agriculture association.
the farmers, following the su-
preme court’s invalidation of the ag-
riculture adjustment administration,
have discusused plans for a substi-
The meetings Tuesday night will
,a county-wide mass
meeting m the district courtroom at
tne courthouse here.
C. M. Moore, president; Lee B. New-
cashieer ^ ^ Pei'kinS’ assistant
The bank paid to its stockholders
the regular annual dividend, which
this time was 8 per cent, on Dec. 31.
CountyTs Part of Bonus
To Be Around $682,448
4-uAsua resVlb o3? ^be Hnal passing of
the bonus bill, which is expected to
ecome law soon, Congressman
wright Patman estimates that ex-
service men m Collin County will
benefit by the payment of the bonus
to the extent of $682,448.
The Best Trained Horse in Texas”
HARRY HINES SPEAKER
AT McKINNEY BANQUET
Hines, chairman of
the State Highway Commission, is to
be the principal speaker at a meet-
ing of the McKinney Chamber of
MEETING OF MINISTERS
ATTENDED BY EIGHTEEN
An all-day meeting of Methodist
ministers heM at the First Method-
ist Church here Wednesday was at-
tended by eighteen ministers, com-
mg from Collin, Grayson, Fannin and
. The Principal object of the meet-
ing was to arrange the 1936 program
tor the church, check up on orphans’
home collection and circulation of the
The district was divided into three
Meacnum, senior; Bryan Tucker,
sophomore; J. A. Merritt, junior; R.
L. Hays, senior; Byrd O’Dell, junior;
Heiman Powell, senior; Frank Hen-
don, junior; Harper Smith, junior;
lommy Johnson, junior; Raymond
Kenney, junior; Noel O’Dell, senior.
Examinations for the first semes-
ter will begin Tuesday, Jan. 21, ac-
?ordin? to J. W. Chapman, superin-
tendent. Examinations will be con-
cluded at noon Friday, Jan. 27.
The examination schedule for high
school is as follows:
TTTTu7day morninfU Civics, English.
Ill, History II.
luesdav afternoon: Chemistry,
El¥r7h h A1Sebra H, Spanish II.
Wednesday morning: Home Econ-
°7irSJ1’ Spanish I, General Science.
Wednesday afternoon: English IV.
Thursday morning: Algebra I,
Home Economics II, History III.
Thursday afternoon: Commercial
History3! m°rning: PIane Geometry,
Commerce and banquet tonhrht 71- I fcecV°n+’ ,tb<L ?ection in which Celina
First Methodist Church of MMUnnev^^ WeJrsWmp6^ d?si8'nated as Hie
The banquet charge is 75c iZh Sherman section, of which the
and »»»/ «• Tun»r.
have been made.
Big Airliner Crashes;
Seventeen Lose Lives
e your fam-
Captain Leonaiu Pack, ihiet ol the
j-exas Ranger force at the Texas Cen-
tennial Exposition, puts his famous
trained horse, Pinto, through his paces
at Kiest Park, on the outskirts of Dal-
las. Assisting Captain Pack, who for
45 years has been one of the South
west’s best-known peace officers, is
Jerry Wolfe, noted rodeo star. Pinto
is said to be the best trained horse in
the Lone Star State.
The Southerner, big coast-to-coast
airlmer, crashed in an Arkansas
swamp Tuesday night, killing
seventeen persons aboard, fourteen
passengers and three members of the
Th stewardess was Miss Perla Gas-
parim of Fort Worth. Letters found
among the girl’s possessions revealed
that.h®r mother lived in dread of just
what happened and that the petitions
which the mother said she sent up
lor the safety of her daughter were
PENALTY ON SCHOOL TAX
IF NOT PAID BY FFBRUARY 1
Penalty and interest will be added
to the sum of your school tax now
due, if not paid by Feb. 1. The pen-
alty is 10 per cent and the interest
6 per cent. This is the state law and
the applies to all.
Meeting to Consider
An important mass meeting for all
farmers in Collin County is hereby
called to meet in the District Court
room at McKinney, Texas, Saturday,
Jan. 18, at 2 p. m. to discuss the stat-
us of agriculture in view of the re-
cent decision of the Supreme Court
in the AAA cases. All are urged to
be present and take part in the dis-
cussion which will be led by able
speakers. Now is the time for farm-
ers to be heard and make their de-
sires known in no uncertain terms.
W. M. GIBSON, President,
Collin County Agricultural Assn.
Miss Estelle Wilson returned Wed-
nesday from a trip to Lawton, Ok.
The Record is informed that very
w have to this time paid their
school taxes and that unless a large
percentage of them pay, the school
can not run the full nine months.
Will Baker of Skitook, Ok., visited
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Ba-
kei, from Sunday until today. He
states that his little daughter, burn-
ed so severely when he lived here, is
m the hospital. Her arms have grown
to her sides, and it is planned to clip
them loose next wreek.
CAR ACCIDENT VICTIM
nrPi’’ E- Graham, pastor of the
vV hitesboro Presbyterian Church for
the last eighteen months, died Satur-
day m St. Vincent’s sanitarium in
Sherman as the result of injuries sus-
tained in a car accident on highwav
5, just east of Whitesboro on the pre-
ceding Tuesday. The minister was
alone when the accident occurred and
was found with a fractured skull in
his car and never regained conscious-
deceased prior t0 going to
Whitesboro served as pastor of Grace
Presbyterian Church, Greenville, for
“9 years. His wife and nine children
Now is the 'time to
mail subservtion for
News.—Ne1 on’s Cafe.
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