The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 30, 1948 Page: 3 of 4
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Member of Audit Bureau of Circulation*
THE CEUNA (TEXAS) RECORD
a Alfredo Casares and his orchestra playing each
~ afternoon and evening in Patio.
Carmensita Cerbantes singing appealing
* Giant mural depicting cordial relation between
^ Mexico and United States.
The most modern gin machinery available, as well
as our desire to please our customers in every way,
makes this gin your best choice this season.
You’ll find that your cotton ginning this fall
will be satisfactory in every way if you bring your
cotton here. Our plant is tuned up and ready to go.
Let us serve you.
Thursday, September 30, 1948
FOR FLAVORFUL MEALS
MAKE US YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR—
FRESH — DELICIOUS — WHOLESOME
Celina Frozen Food Locker j
A BUTLER BROTHERS DISTRIBUTOR
We are authorized dealers for Frigidaires and Frig-
idaire Appliances. PHONE 78
Today's Best Lingerie Value!
Beautifully tailored proportioned slips in three
lengths—regular, short and tall.
♦ 4-Gore Bias Cut
• Nylon-Stitched Seams
♦ Adjustable Straps
• Rayon Crepe — Taffeta Finish
Celina Mercantile Co.
Farmers Co-operative Gin
LEON HOWARD, Manager
He’s a sitting duck/
The New Philco
Guaranteed five years. Three compartments — one
for deep freeze and two for storage. Latest design,
incorporating many modern innovations not found
in other freezers. See it on our floor.
Each hunting season thousands of telephone
wires are broken by stray bullets.
When you go out this year, please remember
that a shot at a bird on a wire may break
the wire and interrupt important calls
SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE CO.
NOT JUST TOOLED
The art of
b u rn i s h i n g
duced to the Southwest by
Spanish padres over 400
years ago. This ancient art is
carried on by TexTan crafts-
men at Yoakum, Texas. We
now have in stock an un-
usually interesting collection
of original TexTan designs.
The outstanding originality of
McCro'ssen hand-woven ties was
never more apparent than in
this fresh new series designed
by Preston McCrossen and
based upon the beautiful color-
ings of the Canyons of New
Mexico. These are ties you'll
wear with pride. Drop in and
See the Celina RecordI ior Quality CommercialPrinting
REAL ESTATE I
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
INCLUDING JOHN HANCOCK LIFE
Sam E. Bateman, local Agent •
Office 1 Block East of Depot on Highway 289"
a Magnificent displays of automatic gas
^ appliances for Modern living.
Air Conditioned Comfort! Ice Water! Clean Rest
tone Star s
Texas Red Oats
★ State Tested
Purity . . ..................... 99.28%
SEED FOR SALE
The Quaker Oats Company
Ask Your County Agent
Mrs. M. E. Moore spent last
Thursday night in Dallas as a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim King.
_By Mary M. Button
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Why we sell
There are several reasons
why we sell Frigidaire refrig-
One of these is, frankly,
more people want to buy
Frigidaire refrigerators . . .
they’re easiest to sell.
Another is ... we want to
give the best service possible.
And to do this we must sell
Another reason is, when
you select a new Frigidaire
refrigerator, you are getting
o member of the distin-
guished "family" of Frigid-
aire appliances. So when you
add other equipment for
your kitchen, it can be all
But aside from all this, more
than 8 million Frigidaires have
been built and sold, which is a
pretty gcod indication of just
how good they are . . . and
another reason why we sell J
Frigidaire and only Frigidaire
I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Culwell and
children were visiting Mrs. Amy
Culwell and others here Thursday.
I ^rs- Al?na Furr and daughter
j “°bby of McKinney spent Friday
| here with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mayes
- and daughter Mildred.
Mrs. Stella Nelson and Miss Le-
ts Mae Nelson of McKinney were
, Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I J. Lee Howell.
Alfred Harlow, who is stationed
at San Diego, Calif., naval base, is
i spending a brief leave here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Harlow, and family.
Kerr Crosswhite, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Crosswhite, is a patient
in the McKinney city hospital,
where he underwent surgery.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Foster spent
Sunday in Denton at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ritchey, cele-
brating the birthday of Mrs.
Ritchey and the 86th birthday of
J. Lee Howell, Laud Howell and
Roy Mayes attended a meeting in
the county court room at the court
house in McKinney Thursday night
of last week to discuss the possi-
bility of converting the McKinney
city hospital into a city-county
Mr. and Mrs. Don Allen Black-
well and their uncle, Bob Black-
well, have purchased the W. A.
Cassaday farm. The senior Mr.
Blackwell has been living on the
place for several months. They
are painting the house and mak-
ing other improvements.
The Weston W. O. W. drill team
is making plans to attend Wood-
man Day at the State Fair at Dal-
las Sunday, October 10.
Mrs. R. C. Cook spent the week-
end in McKinney with Mr. and
Mrs. Dennis Cook Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wise and
daughter of Van Alstyne recently
visited Mr. and Mrs. John Starnes
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ashman and
children of Sherman, Mr. and Mrs.
R. B. Helms of Howe visited in
the F. Van Hoozer home Sunday.
John Terrell, six-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Terrell, who
is Weston’s first polio patient, is
reported to be improving. He is in
Parkland hospital, Dallas.
Mrs. Vance Newsom and Mrs.
Joe Vinso of Graham were Celina
visitors for a short time Saturday.
Mrs. Minnie Douglas was
called to Fort Worth Sunday by
the illness of her son, Byron Doug-
las, who is in a hospital there.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Meachum, home from a short visit
in Irving, Dallas and Grapevine.
Mrs. Ed Stone, Mrs. Jim Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McWilliams Mrs. Carl Nelson and daughter
of Irving were in Celina Monday. Pat, were in Dallas Monday vis-
They brought Mrs. McWilliams’ i iting Mr., and Mrs. Lee Smith.
Our winter service is specially designed
to keep your car running dependably.
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Your Farm is on
my truck route
Ken Massey Chevrolet Co.
LET US GIN
My truck delivers Sinclair gasolines, kerosenes, motor
oils and a full line of Sinclair greases for farm use. Also
Sinclair Stock Spray and P. D. Insect Spray. Over a sea-
son, these high quality Sinclair products will save you
Let me deliver to your farm
SUED MARKS, Slndair Agent
WE WANT YOUR
. . . and can offer you a ginning service second
to none. Our modern machinery is ready to go.
Let us serve you this season.'
NORTH TEXAS GIN
Alex Glendenning, Manager
F if if- S TA
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The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 30, 1948, newspaper, September 30, 1948; Celina, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth773285/m1/3/: accessed June 27, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.