The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 3, 1953 Page: 3 of 4
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THE CELINA (TEXAS) RECORD
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tender d I °f the dn?,k the horse Paid the bar-
tenoer, said Good afternoon, sir,” and walked out.
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P ooec-amgs, isn t that a bit unusual?”
requests r®?lied.the bartender. “I frequently have
requests tor two olives m a Martini.”
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MANES SERVICE STATION
R^v. Clanton W. Newbill, Minister
Sunday 9:45—Church school.
Sunday 11:00—Morning worship, j
Sunday 7:00—Evening worship.
Monday 2:00—Missions society.
Up to $650
Are most life insurance premiums out of your
reach? Then investigate our low-cost family group
and individual policies. They pay in CASH—and
they are approved by the State Insurance Depart-
Helms Funeral Home
Rev. Bob Painter, Pastor
Sunday school, 10:00 a. m., Ben
Worship service, 11:00 a. m.
Evening service, 7:00.
Rev. Kenneth Thomas, Pastor
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m., Glen
Morning worship, 11:00 o’clock.
sy rev gouldy_
Miss Alta Newsom, local music
teacher, spent the Thanksgiving*
holidays in Fort Worth with rela-
Rev. J. T. Bledsoe, Pastor.
Sunday school, 10:00 a. m., O. L.
Morning worship, 11:00 o’clock
Training Union, 7:45 p. m,
Johnny May, director.
Evening service, 7:15.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Vernie S. Pipes, Fastor.
Sunday school, 10:00 a. m., Ray
Morning worship, 11:00 o’clock
Training Union, 6:15 p. rr
Floyd Fielder, director.
Evening worship, 7:00.
Wednesday evening prayer meet-
FORT WORTH.—Receipts *f
cattle and calves were again heavy
at all points on Monday, and the
trade was inclined to weaken as a
result of the heavier supplies.
Grainfed offerings of steers and
yearlings were in much larger pro-
portion at all markets, including
Fort Worth, than in most recent
Stocker trade was active, with
the better quality kinds moving to
good advantage, and broad demand
for stocker cows was noted. Buy-
ers had many orders in hand for
young cows, and there was again
considerable activity on the wheat-
fielder types of cattle.
.The twelve markets reported
abot 30,000 more cattle and calves
on Monday than a week ago.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bunch and
Mrs. Bobby Bunch and daughter,
Benita Aline, left Friday for Cal-
ifornia to visit Bobby Bunch who
is alerted for overseas duty Dec.
Harris Flanery was brought
homefrom a Sherman hospital
Thursday. His condition remains
about the same.
Good and slaughter steers and
yearlings drew $17 to $23, some
105 steers at $23 averaged 892
pounds and came from V. O. Hil-
drith of Aledo. He also had 15
heifers at 809 pounds at $21.50.
Gladys Scaling Martin, Clay
County, sold a load of steers at
953 pounds at $22.50. Harley &
Franks of Oklahoma had a load
of 921-pound heifers at $18.50.
Ward Jones, Oklahoma, had a
load of steers at 1,321 pounds at
$21.50. H. Custer, Oklahoma, had
57 steers at 1,231 pounds at $22.50,
matesto cattle sold last week at
the same price. Mrs. I. D. Burleson,
Freestone County, had a load of
1,018 pound steers at the top of
' '23. K. Y. Fairman, Denton
County, had a load of 543-pound
yearlings at $18.50.
Common and medium slaughter
steers and yearlings drew $11 to)
$16 and cutter grades sold from
$8 to $10.
Fat cows sold from $10 to $12,
and some heiferettes higher. Can-
ners and cutters cleared at $6 to
$10. Bulls sold at $8 to $12.
Good and choice slaughter calves
sold from $14 to $19, some 550-
pound calves at the higher price.
Common and medium offerings
cleared at $10 to $13, and 'culls
cashed at $7 to $10.
Good and choice stocker steer |
calves drew $14 to $19, and stocker
steer yearlings sold from $181
down. Stocker cows cleared at $8 |
The hog market was btJrV,
| again, with advances of 50 cents
to $1 per hundred. Good and choice
butcher hogs sold at $23 to $23.50,
the best price here since, the fifth
day of October. Sows were strong
j to $1 higher, selling at $19 to $21.
Shippers and small packers
I again completely dominated thej
trading on good hogs, major pack-
ers bidding mostly 50 cents to $11
less than the bulk of the better
hogs sold and not getting much |
done at those prices.
When You Give Nice Things...
Your Pleasure in Giving Is Heightened. At No Time Is This More True Than
At Christmas Time.
Sheaffer Pen and Pencil Sets
Old Spice Shaving Sets
Seaforth Shaving Sets
Ronson Cigarette Lighters
Cameras and Supplies
Timex Wrist Watches
All Kinds of Cigars
All Kinds of Toilet Sets
Single and Double Waffle Irons
Revere Cooking Ware
All Kinds of Colognes
All Kinds of Perfumes
All Kinds of Sachet
Electric Heating Pads
Cameras and Film
Sheaffer Desk Sets
The sheep trade was uneven
with most lambs inclined to weak-
en. Fat lambs were weak to 50
cents lower, and feeder lamb trade
I was rather dull and weak.
The quality of the offerings was ;
rather low, except for a few
Old sheep were steady. Ewes
I sold from $6 to $7 for slaughter
with some old breeders from $7 to
$10. Medium and low grade year-
ling muttons sold around $10 to
$14. Old wethers drew $7 to $10.
Old bucks sold for $3 to $3.50.
Good and choice fat lambs sold
I from $17 to $18.25, the latter on
shorn lambs. No. 3 pelts, at 91 lbs.
from Carl Robinson, Big Spring.
See U* for Christmas Tree Lights and all Kinds of Christmas Tree Decorations
WILLIAM F. POPE
Specializing in Farms
Eating Here Is Smart
Because It Is Cheaper
Than Preparing Meals
At Home for the
See Us for Allen’s Butane Gas
Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Grumbles and Karol Kay
were Mrs. Grumbles’ parents and
her brother and family, Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Reid and Mr. and Mrs.
John Reid and Peggy Jean of Pe-
Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. U.
S. Johnson and James Johnson
were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth John-
son, Mr .and Mrs. Glen Johnson
and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell John-
son of Dallas; Mr. and MVs.
Dwight Cook of Garland and Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Cave and daugh-
ters of Sherman. Mrs. Dwight
Cook entered a Dallas hospital
Thursday evening for observation
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Blagg visited
their son and his wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard B. Blagg, in Ama-
rillo over the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Malone of
Hearne visited the former’s moth-
er, Mrs. J. M. Malone, and other
relatives here over the week-end.
Dr. W. H. Stallcup
Dr. Vance Stallcup
Phone 19b — Celina
Office Over .Jones Pharmacy.
Dr. J. W. Rogers suffered a
freak accident Thursday afternoon
to his hand. As he passed in front
of his car his hand struck a sharp
object. It required fourteen
stitches to close the wound.
Mrs. Herbert Parish, Bob Par-
ish and Miss Daisy Cave were
Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Leta
V. Dunnahoo of Dallas.
All Kinds of Bulldozer and
PHONE 207-W or 118
Mr. and Mrs. O’Dell Bilderback
of Farmersville were Thursday
guests of the former’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Bildderback.
Dr. Chas. B. McKissick
Complete eye examination
Broken lenses duplicated
203 East Virginia Street
Phone 482. VfcKinney, Tex.
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WE BUY YOUR CREAM
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Never Before Have We Held Such a ...
... but we, as well as many of you, have enjoyed one of our best business years — and we know of no
e er way to show our appreciation than by giving you an opportunity to save hundreds of dollars
on your purchases between now and Christmas. Hundreds of other good buys throughout the entire
store. COME, SEE and you’ll buy!
AH gifts will be beautifully gift-wrapped free, and to top it all off, we will give our trading
stamps during this SALE.
Boys’ Regular $2.98
Electric Blanket I Corduroy Shirts
Regular $29.95 I *
Only $19.95 I Only $1.99
Only 2 Left
Reg. $24.95 George Washington I LsdlCS ^LBldc^S
RFD SPRFAn I ant* Dark Shades. Reg. 39c
4 Pairs $1.00
Only 2 Left
Boys9 Dress Shirts
~ ni 1 I VALUES TO $1.98
Cotton Blankets I ggc
$12.95 VALUE CORDUROY
Quadriga Prints | Sport Coats
3 Yards $1.09 1 UU
ONE GROUP OF
KHAKI PANTS | Men\^d*“ Hats
Reg. 3.49 Reg. 4.49 | tDJ.UU
ONE TABLE TOYS
All marked regular price—deduct
Yz at wrapping counter
Ladies’ $15.95 Values
Values to $3.98
ONE GROUP OF LADIES’
Hanes Winter Weight Reg. $2.39
On AH Men’s, Women’s
Store Hours, Weekdays 8 to 5:30, Saturdays 8 to 9
Hundreds of other gift
items reduced for this
Clearance. All gifts gift-
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O'Brien, B. E. The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 3, 1953, newspaper, December 3, 1953; Celina, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth773137/m1/3/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.