The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 20, 1951 Page: 2 of 8
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Thursday, December 20, 1951
THE UEL1NA (T1|XA8) RECORD
She Seltna Hetorit
Published each Thursday at Celina,
3. E. O’Brien. Editor.
Entered as second-class matter on
'lay 5, 1902, at the postoffice at
elina, Texas, under the Act of
ongress of March 3. 1879.
in Collin, Grayson or Denton
Counties ......... $2.00 year
Elsewhere ........... $2.50 year
By Mrs. Hershel Flanery
The Alla Home Demonstration
-lub held its Christmas party last
Friday afternoon in the home of
Mrs. Allan Willard, with Mrs. R.
L. Willard Jr. as co-hostess. Pres-
ent were Mrs. R. G. Martin, Mrs.
Charles Phipps, Mrs. Ores Lee
Philips, Mrs. O. L. Hollandsworth,
Mrs. J. D. Haun, Mrs. H. A. Kin-
ney, Mrs. Bill McDonald, Mrs. Cal
Pinion, Mrs. John Stambaugh,
Mrs. Marvin Johnson, Mrs. Claud
Loftice, Mrs. Justin Jezek, Mrs.
Clarence Cates, Mrs. Miles Mur-
phy, Mrs. Hefshel Flanery, Mrs.
R. L. Willard, Jr., and Mrs. Allan
Willard. Gifts were distributed
from the tree and the Sunshine
Sisters for the year were revealed.
Refreshments were served.
F. N. Shelton became critically
ill last Thursday and was taken
to a Sherman hospital Saturday
and underwent surgery. He is still
in a serious condition.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Murphy and
family were in Sherman last Sun-
day attending a family reunion and
dinner at the home of Mr. Mur-
phy’s sister, Mrs. Ivan Adair, and
Mr. Adair and family. Q
Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Stanley were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Perry.
Ewell Hunnicutt of Amarillo
visited his brother and sister-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hunni-
cutt, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cates and
daughter Pat had as their guests
last Sunday their son, Bill Cates,
of Frisco, and Mrs. Cates’ sisters,
ifrs. Jim Bob Hendricks, and fam-
ily of McKinney, and Mrs. Ray-
mond Spaugh and family of Dal-
Calvin Pinion, who is in the Ar-
my, and Mrs. Pinion and family
are visiting Mr. Pinion’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Pinion, and his
brother, Howard Pinion.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Murphy of
Farmersville spent last Thursday
with their son, Miles Murphy,^md
Mrs. Murphy and children.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lair accom-
panied the Sophomore class to
Sherman last Monday night, where
they had dinner with their class
sponsor, Mrs. T. L. Renshaw, and
exchanged gifts and attended a
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Willard Jr.
and sons were dinner guests of
Mrs. Willard’s sister, Mrs. Ken-
neth Johnson, and Mr. Johnson at
Frisco last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Tillerson of
Denison, and Mr. and Mrs. Billie
Glen Tillerson and sons visited Mr.
$nd Mrs. W. R. Tillerson and Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Tillerson last Sun-
Rev. and Mrs. M. E. Powell of
Fort Worth visited Mr. and Mrs.
Hershel Flanery and Leslie Ray
Miss Judy Willard and a group
from Celina spent last week-end
with Rev. Foy Mitchell and fam-
ily in Arkansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Loftice had
as their guests their children, Neil
Loftice of Denton, Mr. and Mrs.
Billie LaGrone of Dallas, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Carlock and family of
McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
gawlings and family of Rhea
Mills, and Mrs. Loftice’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wester.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Balch and Bobby
Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
COME AT ONCE TO
THE KINMAN STORE
Where the latch string is always out.
Where friendliness is the watchword.
Where the very best oftt ainahTtT awaits you.
Where the price is lowest, quality considered.
Make this Christmas the happiest of your life
by creating happiness for someone else.
In making your purchase be sure it will benefit
the recipient. Let it be of material value.
Money spent for gilt and glitter is money
Let it be for HER:
A dress, a blouse, skirt, a blanket, a bed spread,
dress goods, shoes, hosiery, a coat, a suit, under-
wear. All are prized articles.
HE will like:
A Stetson Hat, a nice shirt, a tie, sox, handker-
chief, a suit of clothes, an overcoat, a jacket, a pair
We will put a lovely suit on him for $35.00, a
handsome overcoat for $16.95.
Remember only two more days after today to
shop, so Hurry!
Your friends, Mr. and Mrs. Stagner, Mrs. Lee
Laney, Mrs. Sam Patrick, Mr. and Mrs. Kinman,
It’s a Pleasant Place to Trade
Bob’s Shoe Shop
—has a nice line of fine hand-tooled billfolds, watch bands,
ladies’ purses, and boys gun sets—ALL GENUINE LEATH-
ER. Also boys’ and men’s hand-tooled belt and buckle sets,
for your Christmas gifts.
See us also for all your SHOE SERVICE needs. We can
give you as good service, workmanship and prices as you
can get anywhere. Come in and see us. Your business is ap-
Bob’s Shoe Shop
EAST SIDE SQUARE CELINA, TEXAS
Celina Phone 78 McKinney Phone 164
happy, Christmas time is here again to
inspire our memories, warm our hearts,
and reveal to us the deep and rich
meaning of life. We rejoice in the fact
that we have a part in the kindly, mel-
low atmosphere which is the Christmas
Spirit We turn aside from our daily
cares to share the simple, wholesome
joys of home and friends. We think
less about ourselves and more about
others and that is the spirit of Christmas.
HEY, YOUNGSTERS! Old Santa Claus, himself, will be at our store all
day Friday, the 21st—ONE DAY ONLY. You can have your picture tak-
en with him if you want to—and you are under no obligation to buy a pic-
ture. We’ll stay open a little later than usual Friday, so you’ll be sure to
have a chance to see Santa.
URING the days of
*•ye,r" R>° '*■ #Sfi;
sufficient time to nctao^edge gggfflgg
the courtesies and friendships iSV/ >
For that reason we a*e ^
Christmas comes « l~t «» jljfijSl
a year-it gives ns a. op- gfgg&g
portunity to pause and say to
you in all sincerity
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lair and Le-
na Marie visited in Dallat last
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Willard Jr.
were in Sherman Monday.
Mrs. Loren Yates, Mrs. Hershel
Flanery and Mrs. Clarence Cates
were in McKinney Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Tillerson
were in Dallas Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray Bet-
ty of Dallas spent Monday with the
former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Celina Motor Parts Company
with a Smile”
will be working
While most of us are enjoying the hol-
iday, all long distance operators who
can help will be at work Christmas
Eve and Christmas Day, doing every-
thing possible to get your long dis-
tance calls through.
The “voice with a smile” will han-
dle each call in turn and as promptly
HERE’S HOW YOU CAN HELP
1 • If you call early on Sunday, Decem-
ber 23, or Monday, December 24,
circuits will be less crowded.
2, Please don't inquire about the prog-
ress of your call. Checking back
may actually cause delays.
3. For faster service place your call
SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE CO.
TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
VVTords of wisdom, young lady! Your
W mother’s going to be glad you insisted
on an electric range. She knows . .. like any
smart Texas homemaker . . . that cooking elec-
trically is cooking the easy, modern way...
the sure, clean, safe way! She knows that an
electric range is the difference between really
good cooking and ordinary cooking. Come
Christmas morning, she’ll say it’s the
final touch to a perfect kitchen... a
wonderful gift that everyone in the
family will enjoy every day in
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O'Brien, B. E. The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 20, 1951, newspaper, December 20, 1951; Celina, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth773619/m1/2/: accessed August 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.