The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 16, 1936 Page: 8 of 8
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THE CELINA (TEXAS) RECORD
NEWSOM & MOORE
All Kinds of Insurance
Old Line Companies
When you buy here you can be
sure that we will do our best,
to give you the kind of meat
you want—high quality—and
at a price you want to pay.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
NO. 1 BUTTER
GASH FOB PRODUCE
CREAM ................. 30c
EGGS ........... 18c and 20c
HENS ..........12c and 14c
FRYERS.........14c and 16c
See Us Before You Sell Your
Eggs, Turkeys, Pecans and
Celina Cream Station
Read the Times-Herald
Delivered by Carrier
For your order see J. A. Reed,
Agent, or Boyer & Choate Drug
Store. Your business will be ap-
J. A. REED, Agent
Local and Personal News
Of Celina and Community
Read the home-town paper.
Sheriff Walker was out from Mc-
Miss Mildred Winn returned Sun-
day from Gainesville, where she spent
three weeks with relatives.
Give your family biscuits for break-
fast made of RICH Marechal Neil or
White Billows Flour.
A freak carrot from Floyd Perk-
ins’ garden has thirty distince roots
or carrots, all coming together in
one head at the top.
Mr. and Mrs. Sim Klinglesmith and
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klinglesmith visit-
ed Mr. and Mrs. A. Klinglesmith at
White Billows Flour shows its Su-
periority when compared with other
flours, TRY IT.
Mrs. J. Thos. Robinson w'ent to Ft.
Smith, Ark., Friday to be present
when her sister, Mrs. R. B. Pratt,
had an eye operation Tuesday.
FOR §ALE—Seed oats free from
Johnson grass. Also Atwater Kent
battery radio.—J. Thos. Robinson.
Cottage Hill News
Mr. and Mrs. Bagwell of McKinney
and Mr. and Mrs. Will Shields of
White’s Grove were visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Melton last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bagwell formerly lived
in this community and are parents
of Mrs. Melton.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thomason
of the Franklin community were the
guests of the latter’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Hays, last Sunday.
The Cottage Hill basket ball team
defeated the Chambersville boys by a
score of 26-14 in a game played in
Celina Jan. 14. The contest looked to
be anybody’s game until the last
quarter when Doc Howard “broke
loose” for several field goals. The
Chambersville girls defeated the
Rhea Mills girls by a one-sided score
the same night.
Mr. Charles E. Webster, an attor-
ney of Drumright, Ok., was a visitor
in the home of Mrs. C. W. Webster
last Thursday. He was born and I
reared in this community.
Rev. Morgan of Southmayd, who
was our pastor two or three years
ago, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. Wester Sunday afternoon.
Little Frances Jo Lankford of Ce-
lina spent the week-end with her
grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Grant
Miss Julia Darnall spent the week-
LAYMAN FAMILY REUNION
There was a reunion of the A. W.
Layman family here Sunday when
the following children of Mr. Lay-
man came in to spend the day with
him and his daughter, Miss Carrie.
Those present were Dr. and Mrs.
Frank Layman and two children, of
Whitewright; O. H. Layman and W.
C. Layman and their families of Mar-
ilee, and Asa and J- P. Layman and
their families, of Prosper, and Mr.
and Mrs. S. E. Harrison of Rhea
Mills. In addition to these members
of the family they had three Baptist
ministers, the Rev. W. J. Epting of
Celina, the Rev. Jeff Davis and the
Rev. Mr. Cropp, of Dallas.
Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
E. Button were Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Biggs of Denton and Mrs. Vic Stall-
cup of Celina.
Lone Star boys basketball team de-
feated the Weston boys on the local
court Friday afternoon. Scores were
Mrs. J. G. Huff is on the sick list.
Rev. Bill Morgan Smith was in
Misses Mary Margaret Button, La
Vern and Eugenia Moseley, Marie
Yates and Lorin Yates visited Miss-
. es Oma and Jimmy Frair at McKin-
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j ney Thursday night.
George Darnall. She teaches at Mus-1 Ervin Comer is suffering from a
tang. | case of lumbago.
Cottage Hill P.-T. A. met Monday) Professor Millard Rutledge made a
night for the purpose of deciding on j business trip to East Texas this
That Angel Food cake for your j membership fee and to set a date for week.
* in o w;th White i meetaings. Much interest is being | Mrs. H. E. Button left Saturday
party will be a sue . t j shown in the organization. The fol- ' to attend the bedside of her sister,
Billows Flour. | lowing officers have been elected: i Mrs. R. A. Baker, who is seriously l
- l Mrs. Clell Perkins, president; Mrs. | m \n the Wilson N. Jones hospital
ERECTING NEW HOUSE
ON BILL MEADOW FARM
A new 5-room bungalow is being
erected on the farm southwest of Ce-
lina where Charlie Merritt and family
resided when the house was burned
a few weeks ago. The place is owned
by Bill Meadow of Dallas. The build-
ing will be completed within a week.
Willie Stone will occupy it.
Mr. Merritt and family have moved
to the Ousley farm, two and a half
miles east of Celina.
CARL LAYMAN MOVES
Cai’l Layman, who had been farm-
ing on the Strickland farm, south-
west of Celina, has moved to the
Gough farm near Marilee. His broth-
er, O. H. Layman, operated this farm
last year, but his health is so bad
he is unable to do so this year, and.
it will be operated by Carl. O. H.
will continue to reside on the place.
CARD OF THANKS
We take this method of thanking
all those who contributed in any way
to our welfare after the loss of our
home by fire. May success and hap-
piness be your lot is our sincere
wish. C. A. Merritt and Family.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Downs of Du-
rant, Ok., were Sunday guests of Mr..
and Mrs, Ollie Hall.
Use WHITE BILLOWS—the RICH
FLOUR that builds VITALITY and
Cook With Kerr’s
Delicious meals are so much
easier to prepare when the milk
you use is richer in cream and
solids. That’s why so many
housewives prefer our milk.
Bob Martin has gone to the Rio
Grande Valley with a load of oats
and will probably bring back a load
Dorothy and Doris Kirkland of
Chambersville spent last week-end
with their grandmother, Mrs. J. R.
Did you know 50,000 housewives
are using White Billows Flour?
There is a REASON.
Mrs. Ruby Furlow of Pleasant Hill,
La., is visiting her father, G. C.
Sheets, and family and taking treat-
ment under a McKinney physician.
A son weighing 10 1-2 pounds was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Maxon
at their home on Light’s ranch Mon-
WHITE BILLOWS IS A RICH
FLOUR—MADE EXPRESSLY TO
MEET THE NEED OF STRONG,
ACTIVE, and GROWING BODIES.
Volney Hickman, vice president; Mrs. in Sherman.
Luther Francis, secretary; Mrs. J.j Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Brimer and
B. Tucker, Mrs. Lutuher Francis and Misses Agnes Comer, tTosie and
Mrs. Wylie Francis are on the pro- Blanch Brimer were shopping in Mc-
gram committee. The organization Kinney Saturday.
will meet every Thursday night after | Wanda Hansard, who has been
this week. j quite ill, was able to be brought home
Mrs. Robert Granstaff and young- from the hospital,
est son arrived at home from McKin-! Mrs. Otis Baker of Savoy was here
ney hospital Jan. 12. Mrs. Ida Smith to see relatives Saturday afternoon,
and daughter of Denton came to vis- Miss Louise McConnell of Frisco
it them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clar- delivered a very interesting and in-
enece Carruth and sons of Sherman spiring talk to the League here Sun-
also came down to get acquainted j day night.
Mrs. Ross Chandler and daughter
Billie Ross spent Saturday night and
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gardell
Chandler of Chambersville.
CHAIN STORE TAX LAW
STAYED BY INJUNCTION
The Rev. Jeff Davis, former Bap-
tist pastor here, now head of the dry j
forces of Texas, spoke at the Baptist
Church to an appreciative audience
Sunday morning. His remarks were
directed against the whiskey evil.
Quickest Service On
May be bad by Glendenning
Truck Line. Runs made on Mon-
days, Wednesdays and Fridays,
Door to door delivery and pick-
up service. Low rates—unex-
celled service. Leave orders at
Douglas Service Station.
Cotton Nelson, Proprietor
The congregation of the First Bap-
tist Church has engaged the services
of the Rev. J. D. Grey, pastor of the
Denton First Baptist Church, in their
annual revival to begin on the fourth
Sunday in July.
Little Miss Patricia Ann Malone,
3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Malone of Dallas, is spending
the week with her aunts, Mesdames
Joe Mann, Tuck Jones and H. H. Hud-
son. It is her first time away from
home without her parents.
MEN WANTED for Rawleigh
Routes of 800 families in Southwest
Grayson, Northwest Hunt and Rock-
wall Counties. Reliable hustler
should start earning $25 weekly and
increase rapidly. Write today. Raw-
leigh, Dept. TXA-122-S, Memphis,
J. Thos. Robinson, R. D. Granstaff
and Homer Merritt attended a meet-
ing of farmers at the Adolphus Ho-
tel in Dallas Monday. The purpose
of the meeting was to discuss the
agricultural problem since the AAA
has been held unconstitutional by the
J. T. McClure was being driven
around the uptown streets Monday by
a member of his family. He says that
while he has not had the bandage re-
moved from the eye from which he
had a cataract removed, he believes
the operation will prove successful
and that he will see again.
DR. W. H. STALLCUP
OFFICE OVER DYER & JONES
It costs no more to give your fam-
ily the added benefits of White Bil-
lowy the RICH Flour.
IV yor Francis reports that the
pro ict to pave the unpaved part of
the public square, build sidewalks and
streets and put in culverts has fallen
through due to the fact that it was
found that the city would have to
shoulder an indebtedness of around
$6,000 in order to put it over.
The new law providing a tax for
was to have be-
come operative January 1, was pre-
vented from doing so by a court in-
Read the Record for local news.
with their new relative.
Mrs. J. T. Darnall, Carl Darnall
and wife went to Dallas last Monday.
They were accompanied by Miss Hen-
rietta Darnall and Mrs. J. R. Bryan
of McKinney. Miss Henrietta remain-
ed in Dallas in a sanitarium for
treament until Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Irene Shields and Misses Iva
and Nannie Stambaugh visited Mrs. j 1.ne ^ew law ,P’’(
Tom Brown, who is ill in the Bethel _ain stores^ which
Mrs. John Tucker, Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Lowry of Skaggs community
and Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Clayton of
the Alla community were visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. Bluch Tucker last Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Michael of Mc-
Kinney attended the funeral of Uncle
Billie Pell last Sunday.
Rev. Bill Smith of Weston and Miss
Louise McConnell of Frisco were vis-
itors in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Wester recently.
Baxter Edwards spent the week-
end with his sister, Eva, near Mc-
Mrs. Ben O’Brien and Mrs. C. F.
Wilson of Celina, Mrs. Joe Kirkpat-
rick and Mrs. Andrew Wilson of
Randlett, Ok., were in our community
Subject to the Action of the Demo-
cratic Primary, Sat., July 25.
last week. The three last mentioned!
are daughters of the late Mr. and j
Mrs. Tom O’Brien and formerly lived
at Cottage Hill.
For Tax Assessor-Collector:
N. D. READY
F. T. N. (NICK) HOOD
County Missionary Bradshaw spoke
at Bethel Sunday night.
The Alla boys’ basketball team was
winner of a trophy in a tournament
played at Anna Friday night and Sat-
urday and Satui-day night.
Mr. nd Mrs. Leonard Applebea and I
children of Cottage Hill visited Mr. i
and Mrs. Walter Mills Sunday night.1
Mr. and Mrs. Ores Lee Phillips and
son were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
E. L. Mills Saturday night.
Clayton Flanery of Howe spent last
Saturday night and Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Atlee Tillerson.
Carrie Sue, little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Callahan, has been ill
The Alla P.-T. A. won the travel-
ling library for number in attendance
at tbe county-wide meeting at Frisco
Sat in day, having the largest number
present of any 5-teacher school.
The Alla P.-T. A. will give a social
entertainment at the school building
Tuesday night, Jan. 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Merritt and
Mrs. J. R. Merritt of Celina visited
Mrs. T. Z. Merritt Sunday.
J. R. Merritt, LeRoy Mills and Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Mills and son Jackie
spent a few hours with Mr. and Mrs.
J. I. Shaw Monday night.
Miss Wilma Thompson of Dallas
spent Saturday night with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson.
C. B. MOORE
For County Clerk:
MISS BESSIE D. KEEN
Dr. R, B. Nall
40 Years in Sherman
Upstairs Commercial Building
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Holloway moved
into the Stelzer residence, which they
recently purchased, last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul O’Brien have
moved into the home vacated by Mr.
and Mrs. Holloway, having purchased
it some months ago. Mr. Holloway
will have extensive repairs made on
WHITE BILLOWS IS A RICH
FLOUR—MADE EXPRESSLY TO
MEET THE NEED OF STRONG,
ACTIVE AND GROWING BODIES.
Dr. L. E. Hoard
Office over Central State
Bank. Office Phone 26.
Stanley Duvall, young son of Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Duvall, who attended
the Epworth League young people’s
meeting at Memphis, Tenn, recently
as a delegate from the local league,
says he had a wonderful time. Wit-
nessed many very interesting pro-
grams and heard some very able
speakers of the church. He came back
with a cold, however, and had not
succeeded in shaking it off first of
At Nelson’s Cafe you get variety,
good cooking, sudden service. tf
See me for buster points
and plow shears. Have
stocked a large assortment
and can supply you.
G. C. SHEETS.
Celina Hatchery To Start
AyfL January 14
The Celina Hatchery will begin
operation on Tuesday, Jan. 14. Bring
your eggs and get early chicks, which
bring better prices. Prices reasonable.
H. R. STONE, Manager
Our new line of Simplicity Patterns has met
the warm approval of women of this commun-
ity—and if you feel the need of stylish, service-
able, inexpensive patterns, you’ll find none bet-
ter than SIMPLICITY. Our stock is complete—
get your fashionplate now.
Allen’s Variety Store
We have an Eaton
Spring to fit your car
NT O matter what type or model
-I- N car, truck or bus you drive,
there’s aa Eaton Spring made to fit
it exactly and give the ultimate in
riding ease. And whenever you need
of any kind, our Spring Specialists
will serve you well and prompUy^
Spings and Leaves
Always in Stock
For Over 100 Models
Including 1935 and ’36 Cars
City Auto Parts Co.
WARD WORTHY, Owner
Three Blocks South of the Square on the
PHONE 9525 McKINNEY, TEXAS
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Andrews, C. C. The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 16, 1936, newspaper, January 16, 1936; Celina, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth772906/m1/8/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.