The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 11, 1951 Page: 2 of 4
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Thursday, October 11, 1951
grandparents. You’d never guess it
to look at them. There was no gray
in their hair and their faces were
unlined. They worked hard and
seemed to enjoy it.
Delbert had been an electrician,
operating sub-stations. He had
worked for wages all his life while
dreaming of independence. Imme-
Iht Celiita Herorit
Published each Thursday at Celina,
B. E. O’Brien. Editor.
a living and by long hours of
and called to Mary Ann. Getting
no answer he walked forward and
looked inside. Mary Ann had shot
Within forty minutes Delbert
had her on the operating table in
Wrangell hospital. She recovered
consciousness long enough to say
she was just tired of living, and
in four hours she was dead.
Entered is second-class matter on
vlay 5, 902, at the postoffice at
'elina, ’.’exas, under the Act of
'ongress of March 3. 1879.
—you want to beat the “high cost of living,” buy
your needs locally—it’s the key to your problem.
Count the cost of buying in the cities and the
solution will be easy: time lost, wear and tear on
your car, gasoline used, and the higher price that
you pay, quality considered.
In Collin, Grayson or Denton
Counties ......... $2.00
bert bought a 34-foot troller in
Seattle and named it Mary Ann,
after his wife, and they followed
their dream of freedom to Alaska.
They went up in February, trav-
eling with two other boats. It
would be hard to pick a worse time
to make that trip. One boat was
sunk on the way up, fortunately
no lives were lost, but everybody
got such a frightful
they’ll never forget it.
Delbert and Mary
Give Your Home Merchant
The Break He Deserves
Twin Bridges New*
Plans Sometimes Don’t
Go According to Plan
When I last saw Delbert
Mary Ann, in 1948, they
Burrus of Dallas is
spending the week with his sister,
Mrs. L. N. Cox Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. George William
of McKinney spent Saturday aft-
ernoon with Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Plumlee on
daughter Barbara Gale, and Miss
Ermyne O’Brien of Dallas, Mr. and I
Mrs. Glenn O’Brien of McKinney I
visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank O’Bri- I
en and Velma June over the week- I
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hollinsworth I
of Dallas spent the week-end with I
the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
Frank Vaughan, and family.
Frank Vaughan Jr., who had j
been here with his mother, who
has been very ill for the past six
weeks, will leave Wednesday to re-
turn to Virginia, where he is sta-
tioned in the Army.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Granstaff
and sons attended the Ice Cycles
in Dallas Sunday night.
Mrs. K. S. Howard visited her
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Chandler in McKinney most
of last week. The Chandler fam-
Try to find what you want at home. If he hasn’t
exactly what you need he will gladly get it for you.
His progress is your progress.
He contributes heavily to the town’s welfare.
Without him your taxes would be higher, and
your property would be lower in price.
It’s not like trading with a stranger who views
you only from the profit side.
The Kinman Store offers you the opportunity
to save, is willing and anxious to prove what it says.
Our business is growing fast. You will find here
congenial surroundings, pleasant helpers and a stock
of large proportions where all the family can Ibe out-
fitted at a nominal cost.
Ask your friends to meet you at
THE KINMAN STORE
i,radio and on records. They were
good neighbors and always ready
to do a favor with no thought of
repayment. I suppose, being hu-
man, they had their spats and
quarrels, but I never heard either
of them speak a cross word to or
.about the other.__
I have a few vivid recollections
of Mary Ann. Such as the time
we passed off Troller Islands in
Tebenkof Bay. She yelled over and
asked how many cohos I had. I
idon’t remember how many I had,
[but neither of us were doing very
.ell that day. I was pretty glum,
(but her cheerful smile was un-
it’s a Pleasant Place to Trade
East Side Square
Went to the time to get your tractor ready for winter
worK — avoid delays and excessive engine wear.
Take advantage of the first rainy day to come
® for our special winterizing service:
• COOLING SYSTEM • LUBRICATION
• IGNITION • CARBURETOR
• ENGINE COMPRESSION
You‘11 find it pays in quick starting, smoother
performance and fuel economy.
Be ready for cold weather — stop in soon.
Buy Your Hardware
At a HARDWARE Store
The Record Does Quality Commercial Printing.
I ily moved to Arlington Friday.
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Mrs. Howard went with
remained until Saturday. Mr. and
Mrs. Chandler returned home with
Mrs. Howard for the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Howard
and baby of McKinney visited Mr.
and Mrs. K. S. Howard Monday
Mrs. Alta Coyle of Dallas spent
last week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Vaughan, and
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Cox Jr. at-
tended the Dallas Fair Sunday aft-
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Cox Sr. of
Grand Prairie spent Sunday with
Mr. Cox’s sister, Mrs. W. J. Mc-
Adams, and Mr. McAdams.
Coming Oct. 18 to 22
A Very Complete Line at Live-and-Let-Live Prices
Farm and Home
Hour — Every
Saturday — NBC
Gossett Hardware Co
/but her cheerful smile
Their boat was kept in top-notch
condition, above average. As time
passed equipment was added until
they had a radio telephone, auto-
matic steering, and a fathometer.
This spring they were fishing for
Kings around Wrangell and doing
well. Delbert stayed in the trolling
cockpit and worked the gear. Mary
Ann, in the pilot-house, watched
the fathometer and steered; into a
narrow channel on the Stikine
flats, picked up one or two big
Kings, wheel short around and go
out without losing any gear—
thanks to the fathometer.
S/l). £S ANO SERVICE
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE CELINA, TEXAS
ADD A PINNY AND GET TWICE AS MUCHI
No faster-acting as-
pirin made1 5 gram «
100’s. Reg. 54c 4
9 HELEN CORNELL
, CREAM SHAMPOO
\Contains lanolin and water
A nnnrp Don 7Qe
Read The Record for local news.
4 ounce Reg. 79c
HOT WATER BOTTLE
Reg. $2.39 2for 2 40 Nkx
Mouthwash and all-
Reg. 79c Pint
Dr. Chas. B. McKissick
GARDEN SPICE \
Concentrated, it 9 mi
can’t spill Reg. $1 Zforf
------ It was
tiring, nerve-racking work, but it 1
And that’s what they
g’lijj 2Beg"°59C 2for60c
pfS ADHESIVE tape
Complete eye examination
Broken lenses duplicated •
You'll Want A
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this year more than ever. This was
to" be their last season in Alaska.
They were beginning to feel their
age, and decided they preferred a
kindlier climate. With a gcq ^
WV- seesfUfcprand qg .fai.% sutpo
€®9MIIK OF MAGNESIA
I" i 5 yds Reg. 35c 2f0r36C
Reg. 39c Pint
iavender SHAVE CREAM
Reg. 59c tube 9 for i
203 East Virginia Street
aifl jo guGoaui qi -tpQ aq^
\ REXALL SACCHARIN 1000's
\ BOBBY PINS black or brown, 24. .
/ HOUSEHOLD ENVELOPES6% ..(
GLYCERIN SUPPOSITORIES 12 s
t _ REXILLANA COUGH SYRUP
KLENZO ANTISEPTIC Rexall . I
ijfcX LAVENDER BATH POWDER 9 ozs
BILLFOLOS men’s and ladies
PLASTIC APRONS 2-color. bib style
HAIR BRUSHES Klenzo nylon
POCKET KNIVES Iroquois. 2 blades
PLASTIC SCUFFS assorted sizes
Rig. 75c 2 for 76e
There it would be easierl^B
living, and they could en^PBIK
sunshine, fresh fruits and vegeta-
bles, and visits with their grand-
children. With these plans in
mind, maybe they drove them-
selves a little too hard.
One day they were fishing off
the Elephant’s Nose, a couple of
miles from Wrangell. Fishing was
good. Delbert was in the cockpit
hauling them in and no doubt,
when he had time, thinking of the
-- __ -----i soon,
•—and we’ve the collee- |
tion to meet
Reg. 59c Pint 2 for
ery need! You’ll find
both cardigans undue
pullovers . . . perfect
for wear over your Hfe
very best skirts and
dresses. In Autumn’s
newest shades. Come
in and choose today!
KcEUg PETROFOl 1
MINERAL OIL \
Reg. 59c Pint 2for 60*
Phone 126 Box 4'2
WOODMEN of the WORLD
OMAHA 2, NEB.
CHOCOLATE BARS Liggett, Jumbo size........2 for 37c
CANDY POPS Tiny Tot cluster of 7........2 clusters 11c
ANALGESIC BALM Rexall Puretest. .I-ounce tube 2 for 58c
REX-SELTZER alkalizing tablets... Package of 25 2 for 59c
KLENZO TOOTH BRUSHES nylon bristles. .3 styles 2 for 40c
COD LIVER OIL Rexall Puretest; high potency, Pint 2 lor 1.41
Cosmetics Subject to Tax Right reserved ro hmif Quantities
1___Pint 2 forty
_Pint 2 for 86e
Multi-vitamin . _ „ _
caps 100's 2h,320
new home to be built soon. He
heard an unusual noise from below’2
Not 1c Sale merchandise, but spe-
cially priced during 1c Sale only!
AMERICA’S NO. 1 SAIL VALUES
U of III. licensed formula 3'/a-oz.
Choice ol regular or elastic styles ea.
Chocolate covered. 6 flavors 2-lb. box
$2 00 VALUE'
We Invite Our Farmer
Friends To See For
Advantages of Ginning
Apple Blossom . Gardenia
BAG O’ POPS
Assorted flavors, cello bags of 30 ea.
3 ounce cakes
Box of 6
In popular shapes Reg. 10c each 6 for
Fashioned sheets and envelopes, box
Longest of the Lot
Chevrolet looks longer
Chevrolet is longest ... a
swank and sweeping 197%
inches over-all that tops any
other car in the low-price
field. Size up Chevrolet’s
greater length, and you’ll find
it hard to settle for less.
Gives you more road-hugging,
road-smoothing weight . . .
a hefty 3140 pounds! in the
model illustrated that no com-
parable car in the field can
match. Get the feel of this
big car, and you won’t settle
for less. (tShipping weight.)
Widest Tread in Its Field
Here’s the steadiness of the
widest tread in the field . . .
58% inches between centers
of rear wheels. Once you’ve
known the better roadability
of Chevrolet’s wider tread,
you wouldn’t settle for less.
Massing a door in the wee hours of the morning, a drunk
noticed a sign which read, “Ring the bell for the caretaker.”
He did just that, and a sleepy-eyed man came to the
“What do you want?” asked the caretaker.
“I wanna know why you can’t ring the bell yourself.”
“I must be getting stronger.”
“How can you tell?”
“Well, a few years ago I couldn’t carry $5 worth of gro-
ceries and now it’s easy.”
“Your daughter has considerable natural talent for re-
citing, Mrs. Smith.”
“Yes, all she needs now is a course in electrocution to
finish her off.”
Luxury of Body by Fisher . . .
cradled ease of unitized Knee
Action . . . smooth control of
Biggest Brakes of fl
Big, powerful Jumbcl
brakes—/argej/ in the loj
field! Use the car’s own i.j
turn to increase stopping ’
Why don t you, too, bring us a trial bale, and
see for yourself the many advantages you’ll gain by
joining with your neighbors in their efforts to pro-
vide the community with a first-class gin plant?
“Young, lady, I’ll wager your mother would be angry if
she saw you in that skimpy swim suit!”
“I’ll say she would, parson! It’s hers!”
He: “Sweetheart, I would go through anything for you.”
She: “Fine—let’ start on your bank account.”
You’ll find that your bank account will show new signs
oi life if you let us service your car for a while. Our good
products and careful service save you money.
Join the Shift lo N, H
W Sensationally smooth! la
f in driving, the modern\
even less than many a ii
Combination of PowerglidS
Engine optional on De Luxe
Ken Massey Chevrolet Co
Chevrolet Sales and Service pkor
Manes Service Station
H. L. MERRITT, Mgr.
YOU CAN DEPEND ON ANY DRUG PRODUCT THAT BEARSdRE NAME
All Kinds of Bulldozer and
PHONE 207-W or 118
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GASOLINE and OIL
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O'Brien, B. E. The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 11, 1951, newspaper, October 11, 1951; Celina, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth773220/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.