The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 4, 1953 Page: 2 of 4
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Thursday, June 4, 1953
THE CELINA (TEXAS) RECORD
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Published each Thursday at Celina,
B. E. O’Brien, Editor.
Entered as- second-class matter on
May 5, 1902, at the postoffice at
Celina, Texas, under the Act of
Congress of March 3. 1879.
In Collin, Grayson or Denton
Counties ......... $2.00 year
Elsewhere ........... $2.50 year
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Skidmore of
Denton were guests of Mr . and
Mrs. Smth Stagner Sunday.
Property Rights of
Married Persons Explained
June is traditionally the month
for weddings, and many couples
will be taking marriage vows with-
in the next few weeks. But the act
of marrying another pferson does
not give you the authorization to
take control of his property.
Generally speaking, each spouse
has the right to control and dis-
pose of his or her own separate
property. l^he separate property of
a husband or wife includes proper-
ty owned by either before mar-
riage, and that which is acquired
There’s a real difference with Allis-
jChalmers Level-Depth Cultivators. You can sense it from
the tractor’s seat . . . the level running, even in rough
ground — the freedom from vibration.
You can see the difference, too ... in the even flow of
soil. . . the control you have in placing it around plants.
Parallel linkage is the key to this new cultivating ac-
tion. It provides natural penetration without forcing.
And get-ready time is reduced to minutes. Swing the
front gangs open like a gate and drive your WD or CA
There is a difference in cultivating with Allis-Chalmers
Cultivators. Let us prove it ... in your own field.
( fllLlS'CHOLMEPt') Farm
___South Side Square Celina, Texas
32 and 54-Piece
Newest Creations in
Open Stock and Sets in Decorated Pitchers
And Iced Tea Glasses b
Open Stock 17-Ounce Plain and Decorated Tumblers
Full Selection of Pyrex Oven Ware
Allen’s Variety Store
Consult Us Regarding
Your Repair, Remodeling,
New Building or Financing
SERVICE TO HOME-OWNERS BACKED BY
THE EXPERIENCE OF OVER 75 YEARS!
Lyon-Gray Lumber Co.
H. A. LAFFERTY, Manager CELINA
by either after marriage by gift or
inheritance. Any other property ac-
quired after marriage is presumed
by law to be community property
until the contrary is clearly proved.
Aside from the ordinary com-
munity estate, there is a class of
property known as the wife’s
“special community,” which in-
cludes all the income from her sep-
arate real property, and probably
the interest on bonds or notes, and
dividends on stocks owned in her
separate right. While the husband
may have similar assets, the law
accords them no particular distinc-
tion from ordinary community
Although the history of the mat-
ter is somewhat confusing, it ap-
pears that under present day law
the husband has control of ordi-
nary communty property; but con-
trol of the wife’s special commun-
ity property is reserved to her.
Certain restrictions are imposed
upon both husband and wife in ex-
ercising such control. For instance
the husband cannot legally dispose
of community property in such a
way as to defraud the wife, nor
can he sell the homestead without
her signature and acknowledgment.
And the wife’s sale or mortage of
her separate real estate, stocks or
bonds is not valid unless her hus-
band joins with her in the trans-
action—he must sign and execute
the necessary legal papers along
There are laws, exempting the
wife’s separate and special com-
munity property from liability for
ity property from liability for
debts incurred by the husband.
Such liability is restricted to his
separate property and the ordinary
On the other hand, debts incur-
red by the wife in obtaining ne-
cessities for herself or the children
bind all property belonging to
either party, including the hus-
bands’ separate property. For other
debts which she has power to in-
cur, only her separate and special
community property are liable.
All of these distinctions empha-
size the advisability of keeping
property records. By doing so the
various classes of community and
separate property owned by a
married couple will always be
easily distinguishable. Each cate-
gory will then receive the special
protection afforded to it by our
Mr. and Mrs. Whitley Smith of
San Antonio were in Celina briefly
Saturday en route to Sherman,
where they planned to attend a
Smith family reunion. Mr. and
Mrs. Smith are former residents of
Celina, having lived here about 25
or 30 years ago. Mr. Smith is
with the Fant Milling Company in
Exciting newcomer Harry Snow
and equally exciting ballerina Vir-
ginia Bosler are the happy wedding
couple in “Brigadoon,” opening pro-
duction, June 8, of the State Fair
Musicals’ 1953 season in the air-
conditioned State Fair Auditorium.
“Come To Me, Bend To Me” and
“I’ll Go Home With Bonnie Jean”
are haunting “Brigadoon” tunes to
be sung by Harry Snow. The single
ticket sale for the six summer pro-
ductions opens June 1.
Mrs. Eddie Richardson and chil-
dren of Whitesboro visited Mr. and
Your Farm is on
my truck route
Thursday of last week.
Mr. and Mi’s. Howard Blagg of
Lubbock were week-end guests of
the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. T. Blagg.
Mrs. Tom Glendenning and Mrs.
Don Glendenning went to Brady,
Texas, Monday to bring back with
them the latter’s mother, Mrs. Ed
Malloy of Dallas, who had been in
Brady visiting relatives.
VV CvA'CllU gUCStS
Mrs. Jeff Lee were Mr. and Mrs. ________________________
Earl Philips of Hobbs, N. M., and them last Thursday night.
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and Mrs. Doc Lee of Dallas visited
Visitors of Rev. and Mrs. C. B.
Garrett Sunday who came to at-
tend a piano recital given by Jim
mie Garrett, son of Rev. and Mrs.
Garrett, were Mr. and Mrs. John
Crabb, Deport; Mr. and Mrs. Estes
Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wal-
lis and Mr. and Mrs^JJlint Wallis,
Richardson; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Cullums, Mr. and Mrs. William
Butts, and Mrs. J. W. Walker,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Grumbles and
daughter Carol Kay left last Fri-
day for a vacation trip, with plans
to visit Carlsbad Cavern and other
points in New Mexico. They re-
The training circle of the First
Baptist Church met in the home of
Mrs. Vernie Pipes Monday after-
noon with Mrs. L. E. Stambaugh as
co-hostess. Mrs. Pipes gave the
Bible lesson on “The Women Jesus
Rebuked.” Mrs. Amos Clerk, Presi-
dent, presided over a short busi-
ness meeting, which was followed
by a . social hour. Refreshments
were served to Mrs. Ken Massey,
Mrs. Carl Perry, Mrs. Lee Lowery,
Mrs. Luke Johnson, Mrs. Eldon
Bilderback, Mrs. Paul O’Brien,
Mrs. W. T. Cozart, Mrs. Addie
Shedd, Mrs. Homer Merritt, Mrs.
Amos Clark, and the hostesses.
All Kinds of Bulldozer and
PHONE 207-W or 118
Dr. W. H. Stallcup
Dr. Vance Stallcup
Phone 195 — Celina
Office Over Jones*Pharmacy.
FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT
USE A KERATOLYTIC
It SLOUGHS OFF the tainted outer
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on contact. Get this STRONG, kera-
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•tore. If not pleased IN ONE HOUR,
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Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
L. C. Cashon and family were Miss
Nancy Cashon, Grand Prairie, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Cashon of Denton,
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Stephens of
Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Carton Cash-
on and daughter of Dallas, and Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Stambaugh and
daughters. Sunday afternoon vis-
itors were Mrs. Bernard Akins and
son of San Angelo, and Mrs. Don
Mr. and Mrs. Will Jordan of Ce-
lina attended a reunion of the Jor-
dan family at Flagpole Hill in Dal-
las last Sunday. This reunion has
become an annual affair. A picnic
lunch was enjoyed by about fifty
members of the Jordan famly.
Hospitality, Good Food
We cater to fussy eaters and
hearty appetites. Delicious food
at moderate prices. Try us for
hospitality and good food!
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ON CALL 24 HOURS DAILY
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-
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Let me deliver to your farm
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Wife: “Darling, will you. call the carpenter and ask
him to fix that garage door ?”
Husband: “I thought he just fixed it yesterday.”
Wife: “He did, but I had the car out again today.”
Asked why he was going to marry a glamour girl
from the city instead of some woman his own age,
Grandpappy opined: “I’d a heap rather smell per-
fume than liniment!”
Our gasoline doesn’t smell so good, but it’ll make
your car run like crazy. Try it some time.
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The Celina Record
for the driving YOU do!
This year’s Chevrolet brings you the most impor-
tant gain in economy in Chevrolet history. And
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Inch along through heavy traffic. Roll up the miles in steady highway
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New high compression power is the reason. Both the new 115-h.p.
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This is the kind i
savings for the dri
upkeep. And along
the new Chevrolet _______
°J, U5~hp- “Bl^-Plame" engine and Powerglide'automatic irons-
mission available on “Two-Ten» and Air .. 5 humane iron*
mption is lower!
This is the kind of economy that counts the most-important gasoline
vings for the driving you do, together with lower over-all costs of
savings tor the driving you do, together with lower over-all costs of
upkeep. And along with it, you enjoy all the other advantages that only
the new Chevrolet offers you. Come in and see for yourself!
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More People Buy
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O'Brien, B. E. The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 4, 1953, newspaper, June 4, 1953; Celina, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth773719/m1/2/: accessed August 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.