The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 3, 1953 Page: 4 of 4
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Thursday, December 3, 1958
INSURANCE.—My office is at
my residence. Call by or phone
163-W. Property, automobile, life,
hospitalization and/or polio in-
surance. D. A. McCoy. 6-tfc
INSURE WITH REPUBLIC.—
1953 is the 50th anniversary of
The Republic Insurance Company
of Dallas, Texas. Conveniently
located for prompt contact with
home office in matters of good
insurance service. Property in-
surance.—D. A. McCoy, local rep-
Wanted to Rent
Want to lease or rent land for hay
or feed, near Prosper.—Jim F. Mc-
Donald, Prosper. 7-tfc
WANTED.—Reliable woman to
care for children in the home 5
days weekly.—Mrs. S. F. Peter-
man, Jr. 17-2c
Miscellaneous For Sale
Fill or yard dirt, creek or road
gravel, reasonable. Have Ford
loader. Also septic tanks, grease
traps, concrete bridge tile, sand
for children’s sand beds.—Billy
Pell, phone 165-J, Celina. 5-12c
MR. FARMER.—See me for bed-
ding, breaking, haybaling, post-
hole digging, terraces, silage cut-
ting—all custom farm work.
Reasonable rates.— Jim F. Mc-
Donald, telephone Prosper 2803.
THE CELINA (TEXAS) RECORD
Newspapers and Magazines
NOW and every Sunday, “The
American Weekly,” the magazine
of the millions, appears with the
Times-Herald. Call 92 for sub-
scription.—J. T. Armstrong. 27-tfc
Read the Dallas News, Texas’
most-quoted newspaper. For car-
rier service, leave orders with Roy
C. Nelson.—Leonard Roberts, Agt.
Beautiful hand-painted gifts for
sale. Your Christmas trade appre-
ciated.—Mrs. Tom O’Dell, 601
West Walnut. 17-3p
Mr. Farmer.—We do custom sow-
ing, listing, and breaking. Rates
reasonable.—Daniel O’Dell, phone
218-J, or Joe Spann, phone 276,
FOR SALE.—English bicycle $40,
motor scooter $50, horse $50.—
Maxine Ousley. 17-lc
Schools and Instruction
Cards of Thanks.
WANTED.—Baby-sitting, day or
night.—Christine Ferguson. 17-lp
Wanted to Buy, Miscellaneous
Want to buy old player piano rolls.
Rodney Yarborough. 17-2p
Record want-ads sell the'goods.
My sincere thanks for the many
visitors, cards,' flowers, and gifts
during my stay in the hospital.—
Mrs. Carrie Phipps. 17-lp
THANKS ever so much to all my
friends for the wonderful going
away party you gave for me.—
Billy Ed Cowan. 17-lp
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Griffin’s Corn on the Cob.................. 33c
Frito Brand Chili.................. 303 can 44c
Skippy Peanut Butter............ 14-oz. jar 36c
Clear Sailing Green Beans. . .TWO No. 303 cans 25c
Olde Tyme Cake Icing (5 Flavors) .......... 32c
Fresh-0 Popcorn, guaranteed to pop____2 for 29c
Kim bell Blackeyed Peas..........No. 303 can 14c
Chuck Roast............................jj, 49c
Beef Short Ribs ........................... 29c
Sunvale Bacon ............................ 5gc
Carey Grocery & Market
WE GIVE U. S. GREEN SAVING STAMPS
PHONE 25 CELINA
Phone 172 We Deliver
CHRISTMAS TREES ARE HERE!
PUFFIN BISCUITS f ^
Two cans ..........................
CUDAHY’S SLICED BACON £ m
Per pound .......... ...........
PURE BEEF GROUND MEAT
SALERNO CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES c%f\
Regular 40c .......................
BLACK HAWK Ready-to-Eat aa
PICNIC HAMS ................. ib SVC
SKIPPY . 0
HALE’S PIE CHERRIES <%-•
No. 2 can..........................^
IRELAND’S CHILI • A
No. 2 can..........................4 JJ€
CENTRAL SPINACH or*
TWO No. 2 cans....................25C
For Friday and Saturday
Empson Champion Sweet Peas........303 can 13c
Libby Sliced Pineapple.............No. 2 can 29c
Fresh Yellow Popcorn, guaranteed to pop.....
...............................1-lb bag 17c
Baker’s Coconut.............. i/2-ib cello bag 20c
White Swan Marshmallow Cream .... pint size 21c
White Swan Peach Halves in Heavy Syrup.
...........................No. 2i/z can 25c
Kimbell Fresh Shelled Blackeyed Peas..#2 can 17c
Austex Plain Chili..............300 size can 35c
Sun Valley Oleo.........................lb 18c
Famous Bacon.......................... lb 57c
We Have Received A Shipment of Christmas Trees,
and the Price Is Right! GET THEM EARLY!
PERRY & RUCKER
GROCERY and MARKET
PHONE 287 PHONE 288
WOMEN, BE SELF-SUPPORT-
ING! Plan now to enroll in the S.
H. Kress Practical Nurse Training
Program at Texas State College
for Women in Denton. The best
one year-course, nationally ac-
credited, college facilities. Tuition
costs low; students earn while
they practice during eight months
of the course. New class being or-
ganized to start Feb. 15, 1954;
send application to Francis W.
Emerson, Registrar, Texas State
College for Women. Drawer A,
TSCW Station, Denton, Texas.
HAIRSTYLING—Have you had
your hair restyled to look your
best in the new hats? We know
and can adapt them to your indi-
viduality—with an eye to the new
fashions.—Drotha’s Beauty Shop,
all the up-to-date coiffure trends
phone 55. 40-tfc
You’ll be pleased with our perma-
nents, and the way we style your
hair. Phone 170-J for appointment.
-Nell’s Beauty Shop. 5-tfc
HOUSE FOR SALE.—4 rooms,
bath, large storage and closet
space, attached breezeway and
garage, two lots, white asbestos
siding. See or call C. L. Stausing,
607 Perkins St.. Phone 66-W, after
6 p. m. 5-lc
Painting and Paperhanging
PAPERHANGING and painting.
—Earl Balch, Celina. 35-20p
Radio and TV Repairs.
Television and radio repairs on all
makes. Philips Auto Supply, Phone
DOES YOUR TV SET
PULL THE PICTURE?
We have just installed new
test equipment to align
your TV set and get the
best obtainable picture.
NORRIS RADIO & TV
FOR SALE—Six-room house, new
ly repainted, bath, concrete storm
cellar, large lot.—Bennie O’Brien
For sale to settle estate, the C. R.
Woods farm, 3 miles northwest of
Celina, 113 acres, well-improved.
Good house, 4 large rooms, bath,
screened porch, closets, running
water at house and barn, 63 acres
in cultivation, 50 acres in pasture.
—See Grady Woods, Admisistra-
tor, 600 South Freeman Street,
Garland, Texas, or Mrs. Lawrence
Pell or Mrs. Edison Stevens, Ce-
Small house for sale or rent.—
C. B. Johnson. 17-lc
Feeds, Plants, Seeds.
Seed Barley for sale.—W. R. Jor-
dan, Rt. 2, Celina. 17-lc
Mrs. G. H. Meachum celebrated
her birthday here Sunday at her
home. Present to help Mrs. Mea-
chum observe the occasion were
Mrs. Agnes Marrs of Tyler, Mr.
and Mrs. Hershel Meachum of
Greenwood, Miss., Mr. and Mrs.
Roy McWilliams and family of
Irving, Mr. and Mrs. Shelby
Blades and children of Dallas,
Dick Jefferson of A&M, and Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Philips and daugh-
ters of Celina.
Get it sooner!
The new furniture, home appli-
ances, home repairs ... or what-
ever else you have been saving
for . . . can be yours sooner than
you expect through a Personal
Loan at this bank, repayable
monthly out of income. Low
Como in and talk this
THE FIRST STATE BANK
Open Until 5;00 p. m. Each Saturday
The Rev. and Mrs. Vernie S.
Pipes were in McKinney Sunday
afternoon for the first anniversa-
ry service of the Waddill Street
Baptist Church in the present
building. The Rev. Pipes made the
address. They drove from McKin-
ney to Sherman where they visited
Mrs. Eddie Clark, Mrs. J. M. Ma-
lone and Mrs. C. B. Smith, who are
patients in the hospital there.
Circle No. and Circle No. 2 of
the Women’s Missionary Union of
the First Baptist Church have
been meeting together each after-
noon this week for the Lottie
Moon Week of Prayer for Foreign
Missions. Friday will bring the
week’s programs to a close when
they meet at 10:00 a. m. for a pro-
gram and a covered dish luncheon
The yoUng peoples Sunday school
class of the First Baptist Church
were entertained at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Stambaugh
Friday evening, with Misses Sarah
O’Dell, Hilda O’Dell, and Pat
Stambaugh as hostesses. Refresh-
ments were served to Don Pipes,
!'Barbara McDonald, Lena Lair, J.
C. Miller, Daisy Cave, Bob Parish,
Jane Merritt, Buddy Hayes, Harold
Clark, Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Norris, James Fine-
out, Mrs. Herbert Parish, and Mr.
Ladies’ All-Wool Schruggie Sweaters in Navy
and White. Reg. 3.98 value. Special price $2.99
Ladies’ All-Wool Emblem Sweaters. Colors
White, Navy, Red. Reg. 5.98. Special price $4.99
Boys’ Western Shirts, 10 to 16 years. Regular
3.98 value............... Special price $2.98
Men’s Sport Shirts—Contrast Trimming,
Regular 3.98 value........Special price $2.98
Mallory Hats — Airman Shirts and Jackets
the Economy Store
MORE MERCHANDISE FOR LESS MONEY
and Mrs. L. E. Stambaugh and
Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Hoegerl
and children and Mrs. Harper
Smith, Sr., attended a birthday
dinner for Mrs. Rosa Biggs in the
White Mounds community of Gray-
son County Sunday. Thirty-two
guests were present which includ-
ed her children, grandchildren,
great grandchildren, and other rel-
Mrs. Sherman Stumpp and chil-
dren of Sherman visited Mrs.
Howell’s brother, Jim Perkins, and
Mrs. Perkins Friday.
Mrs. Tom Howell and her son,
Albert Howell of San Antonio and
Mrs. Harper Smith, Sr., visited
her brother, R. L. Hayes of Mc-
Kinney Monday. Mr. Hayes had
been in the hospital but is recover-
ing at home now. Thanksgiving
Day guests of Mrs. Smith were
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith and
family of Dallas, Mrs. Dottie Mae
Blackburn and children, and Mr.
and Mrs. Harper Smith, Jr., and
family of Celina.
Buy your set now. Pay
next year. Ask about
our easy credit plan.
Supt. and Mrs. W. H. Miller and
Daiyiy spent Thanksgiving with
Mrs. Miller’s mother, Mrs. E. T.
Pool, of Troup, and Mr. Miller’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Miller |
of Mt. Vernon.
A brand-new electric range is
one present you just must open before Christmas
and enjoy all through the holidays. The easy,
automatic features make cooking a pleasure...
meals perfection. And nothing's cleaner than
a modern electric range. See them at your dealer’s
and then drop a hint to your favorite Santa!
TIXA5 POWER Bt LIGHT COMPANY
Show opens 7:15, starts 7:30|
Boxoffice closes 9:00
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Charles Starrett in
IN PASTEL COLORS
AND SNOWY WHITE
We Spray Them Ourselves
Place Your Orders Now
Kindle Builders Supply
SATURDAY NITE PREVUEl
Barbara Stanwyck in
ALL I DESIRE
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Debbie Reynolds, Bobby Van |
and Bob Fosse in
THE AFFAIRS OF
WED. AND THURSDAY
Jane Russell, Marilyn Monroe |
and Charles Coburn in
Surprise them with a
television set next to
the tree on Christmas morning.
If you have one now, trade it
in for a larger screen
model. If you haven’t,
now’s the time to delight your
family with a TV treat!
189-95 to 489.95. See the New 24-In. Sets!
tf/ffAmS SUlD U”*"1"
WHEN YOU GET YOUR NEW
Big 17-inch picture tube. Ma-
hogany plastic table model. Big
screen, low cost! Dependable!
See it today!
• Prices include Federal Excise Tax
• 1 year warranty on all parts, tubes
• All-Channel UHF-VHF aerial built in
e Built-in UHF Strata-Tuner optional
Radio and TV
See your clothing bills go
down—your family wardrobe
grow —with your new Do-
mestic Sewmachine! It has the
modern features that make
fine sewing quick and easy.
Domestic Sewmachine has 4 point
teed for even seams, forward and
reverse stitching, hinged presser
toot and easy regulators for ten-
sion and stitch-length.
See the beautiful furniture-fashioned Domestic Sewmachine hern
See a demonstration in our store of the new Domestic ZIG-ZAG machine that sews
backward or forward, embroiders, makes button holes, sews on buttons—and does
it all without attachments..We’ll give you a liberal trade-in for your old machine
and liberal terms on the balance.
G* V. Bray
Furniture and Appliances
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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/m1/4/: accessed May 27, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.