The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. , No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 14, 1932 Page: 4 of 4
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Mr. and Mrs. Hassell Haun and
children of Van Alstyne spent Sun-
day with Mr. and Mrs. Noah Jones.
MrS- J‘ ^ Haun. tParents
of Mrs. Jones and Russell Haun, who
had been visiting at Van Alstyne, re-
turned to Celina with their son Rus-
sell and family.
It is stated by J. T. McClure and I 1. D . „
son Richard that the new picture 11-0031 rettonal NeWj
•show win be opened for business be-j Of Celina and Community
I tw«n Aug. 10 and 15. A consider-1 __ UIUty
abl‘Lf“m of money has been spent j Miss Vendetta Klinglesmith was in
in (fitting up the building land ,it I Denton Monday night
will be a very attractive play house. ‘__'
Ihe grass on the school .campus
has been mowed and the trees there-
on wh tewashed.
A New Fall Suit
You Don’t Believe It?
Our new Wilberforce-Reed
-samples in tweeds, worsteds
and all of the other new fabrics,
3re here and T. C. Hendon is
here to measure you and make
them fit you.
The Baptist Church premises were
cleaned of weeds and grass first of
Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Bray and child-
ren v,s,ted friends an! relatives at
Van Alstyne Sunday.
Miss Janice Gibbon of Kaufman
was the guest of Mrs. Jesse L. Kling-
lesmith last week-end.
Mrs. Grant Christian of Cottage
Hill went to Clayton, N. M., Tuesday
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Gus
Fiancis, and family.
Miss Maurine Houser of Royce
Cnty and Miss Inez Coleman of Jo
sephine were guests of frieinds here
first of the week.
With The Jokesmith
^Doesn’t she do everything slow-
Yes, it took her thirty years to
become twenty five years old.”
Oh, Mr. Blake,” cried the landlady
in a flutter, “I’ve seen a large rat in
the pantry—what shall I do?”
The boarder looked u,p from his
paper. “Shut the door,” he returned
and let it starve to death.”
Judge. Well, Rastus, so you and
your wife have been fighting again.
Ciquor, I suppose.”
Rastus: “No suh judge. She licked
me this time.”
Preacher: Breddern, we must do
something to remedy the status quo.”
Member: “Brudder Jones, what am
de status quo?”
Preacher: “Dat, my brudder, am
Latin for de mess we’s in.”
mnoUince."Y°U" ha''e t0 prove your
Prisoner: “Give me time, judge.”
Judge: OK—ten years.”
‘I suppose you were terribly ner-
vous when you first asked your hus-
band for money?”
collected/'' "’y n°' 1 WaS Cal"-a"d
! The c
«r ,, j gallons.
laniL ,! 3 WOrd in the English'use of w
language that contains all the vow-|
“What is it?”
“I've just told you.”
First Nnrse. "The new patient in
Ward A is very good looking.”
second Nurse: “Yes hut a u.
wash his face. He hl^dy td
that done by four nurses this m„rn.
[ Gunters annual picnic will be
held Juuly 21 22 and 23. PoIiticaI
speaking and ball games will be fea-
snM?‘ Fk G' King °f DalIas is
spending the week with her daugh-
om W- A- apd
Ralph Wilson and sister Miss Es-
telle and Miss Elizabeth McKnight
departed Sunday for a two weeks
outing in Florida.
Jack Thf da"- TeXas and
Jack Thurman and Don Glendenning
Cehna sl’ent Tuesday with Mart
'Vest Side Square. Free
W.S. Hunter, Grocer
Mis. Burl Kirkland and two child-
Mr °f HC<wage HiH Wel’e gUests of
Mk and Mrs. Charles Stone Tues-
Mrs. Cal Flanery spent last week-
Mis 1UT T°n WitH hGr daughter,
Miss LucUle, who is attending the
Teachers College. Mr. Flanery went
over anl brought her home Monday
Don’t you think it is time for a change 7
arouL* $200*000 2° yCars with a salary of
around $200,000 is enough for one man’
Do you expect to get tax relief by keeping
Hnk $^0°0«t) „U"Ch i" “»"•* yon
(Of Greenville, Hunt. County)
HeHL^°hleiSe! ti! Courage and Backbone.
He has been fighting for Tax Reduction
hince August, 1930, which has resulted in
the saving of some $50,000 to his home
town taxpayers for the coming year.
Odell Bunch, son of Mr. and Mrs.
esse Bunch, highwayed out to Clay-
aunt m M~ SatUFday t0 visit his
. Mrs- Gus Francis. He arrived
at Clayton Monday.
The Her. jp Smith
nat a series of meetings will be be-
gun at the Marilee Baptist Church
next Sunday Ju!y 17. The preaching
will be by the Rev. George Dale.
Mrs. McAdams, formerly Miss Cla-
ia Cox, of Big Spring, is visiting-
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cox,
south of town, and other relatives
The passenger in an airplane was
once far up when the pilot began
to laugh hysterically.
“What is the joke?” asked the
I m thinking of what they will
say at the asylum when they find
I have escaped,” said the aviator.
A near-sighted man and his wife
were inspecting an art exhibit with
Man (vainly striving for a better
v,ew of the abomination): “That is
the ugliest portrait I have ever seen.”
Wife: “Come away, you fool! You
are looking at yourself in a mirror.
w*r°r -,<rVe had 3 worrying Hme
H,th the insurance people. They ask
such awkward questions. They even
wanted to know the state of my
Mrs. Brown: “How absurd! 1 sup-
pose you left it blank.”
A negro minister was preaching on
the horrors of hell and wwhen he
shah °be ^ .phrase' a"d there
shall be weeping and wailing and
gnashing of teeth," there was a sud
burst „f emotion in Ihe front
asked!131 ''''' nlatter M-Vriah?” he
said!'0’ !’S “ in‘ ?°‘ no teeth ” Myriah
ister^dder11 be turn
j notice the
I Ditto Nt
: but now t
shoes he \
he was rii
I comes i
de next r
ed that i
j plating th
Jimmie: “Teacher, didn’t you say
you would give me a kiss if I would
nng you some spring leaves to hang
in the room ?”
Teacher: “Yes, I did ”
Jimmie: “Well, here's the leaves,
and I have sold the kiss to my big
brother for fifty cents.”
A traveling salesman for a Scotch
nm held up in a country village by!
a bad storm, telegraphed his firm,
Marooned here by storm, wire in-'
The answer came back: “Start!
summer vacation as from yesterday.”
Girl (in the South): “I love the
way the boys talk down here”
Second Girl: “Yes, it most be that
Mason and Dixon line you hear so
Joe V, Mooi
One of The
Will speak at 4:00 p. m. Saturday,
public square in behalf of the candid.
Mr and Mrs. Henry Donihoo and
two daughters of Bloomdale, Mr. and
M,S ,rijCE ,St0ne and da“ghter, and
M a, Mildred. Winn were guests of
Mt. and Mrs. J0e Kirkland of this
“What was the difficult part
the civil service exam you took
the post office?”
‘Writing w,th the post office
For the Tmm d town taxpayers for the coming year.
- the Immediate payment of Soldiers Bonus Certificates.
M^rS* E- J’Stone and daughter Miss
1 and Mrs. J. R. Freeman anl
W.° daughters, Lois and Wilma Jean
returned Wednesday from a three
days visit with Mrs. Z. C. Thomp-
son at Norman, Ok.
“And how are you getting alone-
Mrs. Smith?” 8 g’
“Not too well, Miss. My poor hus-
band has a parallel stroke and we
have had a hard time making ends
THROUGH BUS TICKETS-
•Now on dale at all Texas Electric Railway Ticket of-
fices to all points in the United States.
Ask any of our agents for informa-
tion as 1° fares, schedules, routes
Come to See Us
When m need of anything in the grocery line. We carry a
j Nice, Fresh Stock of |
j High-Grade Groceries
| which you can buy at most reasonable prices.
We are in the market at ail times for vour produce i
PHONE 72 |
| Perkins & Malone Cash Gro. |
m mmmmmm J
kAh apd Mrs' E- W. Jackson and
little daughters returned to their
home at Beaumont Sunday after
pending a month with relatives here
a*d at Dorchester. They were aecom-
pan ed home by Prentiss Andrews.
Hl^V0r Jud^e William Pierson of
Hunt County, for re-election, Asso-
ciate Juustice of Supreme Court. He
is a conscientious and able judge of
our highest court and worthy of Vour
sup port. (Political Advertisement.)
thrHci/racefuuy he eats 'o™«
er „He sbould, he’s a piccolo play-
The young man rang the doorbell
ol the doctor’s home.
“Is the doctor in?” he asked.
Aes” said the sweet, young wife,
‘Mvu oU <Jn 1 you Come tomorrow.”
Why . said the man.
“Well, you see you are his first
patient, and tomorrow is his birth-
cay and I want to surprise him.”
-The Man Who Cleaned up Borger."
Hear this speech and you will understand
WHY Governor Ferguson chose flem Ca
to put down banditry and bank robbery i„
Texas and appointed him district attorney-
WHY Governor Moody chose hini to tak
| Place of an assassinated district attorney and re
J law and order at Borger—
bib Stone came down from Little-
Held last week-end and is spending
the week with his mother, Mrs £
,, SWne. His wife has been attending
the Denton Teachers College and will
return to Littlefield this week-end or
first of next week.
A certain enterprising poultryman
has ciossed his hens with* parrots to
!aVe time‘ He used to hunt around
or eggs, but now the hens walk up
to him and say. “Hank, I just laid an
egg. Go get it.”
A number of friends of W M Ba
ker mre here from Blue Ridge Tues-
day working in the interest of Mr
Baker’s campaign for local repre-
sentative. They seem to be believers
m their felloweitizen and anxious to
see him elected.
Mr and Mrs. Frank Allen and
daughter Frances visited relatives
and friends at Wylie and Garland
Sunday. They leport that the home
of Mrs. Allen’s sister, Mrs. M. B.
Shugart, of Pleasant Valley burned
at noon Sunday. The first intimation
the family had that the house was
on fire was .when fire fell on the
table while they were at dinner.
First Railroad Man: “I built that
lTke°it?” myS6lf’ Ed‘ H°W d0 you
Second Railroad Man: “I believe it
She whistles for every station.”
What is steel wool?”
shearin*a Vom a hydraulic
“I’m frr>' sir' hut if y„u order
" J a lee of Chicken, we have to
charge you for the whole bird ”
“If. a *»d thing I didn't order a
WHY James V. Allred, despite his ef
| engage former opponents in debate and his I
1 b9aS‘S °f his Prowe“. « afraid to meet-Call,
J°,nt disCUSsion and ^s cancelled appilntmi
places where he might encounter Calhoun.
I We are now equipped
O install Model A Ford hub bolts and
Old Lady on platform. “Which
platform for the New York train7”
Forte.. “Turn to the left and you
will be right.” *
Old Lady: “Don't be impertinent,
Porter: “All right then, turn to
your right and you will be left.”
at a small labor cost!
J* E. (Edwin) Stiles
I day and night service
I Wholesale and Retail
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Andrews, C. C. The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. , No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 14, 1932, newspaper, July 14, 1932; Celina, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth773640/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.