The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 4, 1953 Page: 4 of 4
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Thursday, Ju»« 4,1P5S.
When you bank by mail, you easily
clear many hurdles . . . lime, dis-
tance, bad roads, bad weather, ill-
ness, banking hours, busy days, and
so on. Ask for our special envelopes
for your convenience in banking
THE FIRST STATE BANK
Open Until 5:00 p. m. Each Saturday
With Zipper Fly
Two Pairs for $5,00
WE GIVE UNITED TRADING STAMPS
Store Hours, Weekdays 8 to 5:30, Saturdays 8 to 9
For Friday and Saturday
Tempco Brand Golden Glow Fresh Fryers . . lb 47c
Humpty-Dumpty Chum Salmon......1-lb can 39c
Welch’s Grape Juice.............24-oz bottle 30c
Walker’s Austex Beef Stew With Vegetables..
............................No. 300 can 29c
Silk Toilet Tissue...............'.......roll 7c
Heart’s Delight Tomato Juice____No. 1 tall can 9c
Barnett Potato Chips........Regular 25c bag, 19c
Gladiola Flour.................... 10-lb bag 85c
Dole Crushed Pineapple............No. 2 can 25c
Specials From the Market Department
BEEF ROAST............lb 45c to 60c
PORTERHOUSE STEAK........lb 65c
ARMOUR’S BANNER BACON.... lb 56c
MISS DELL OLEO..............lb 20c
PERRY & RUCKER
GROCERY and MARKET
PHONE 287 PHONE 288
Phone 172 We Deliver
Va -pound ..........................
Per pound .........................Dye
1 Large Size and 1 Regular Size.......iLO'C
HALE’S PEACHES »»
No. 2*/i can........................OL&
GRIFFIN’S TINY ENGLISH PEAS M A
TWO cans for......................45/^
STARKIST TUNA, White Meat aa
ARMOUR’S BEEF ROAST £ —
Per can ........................... r\/iP
DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL
No. 2 V, can........................
PIE CHERRIES ~ -
No. 2 can..........................£
WE BUY CHICKENS
THE CELINA (TEXAS) RECORD
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Subsequent insertions..lc word
Minimum price for first inser-
tion, 40 cents. Minimum for
subsequent insertions, 25c.
Classified advertising is cash m
advance unless you have a reg-
ular charge account at the Ce-
Newspapers and Magazines
NOW and every Sunday, “The
American Weekly,” the magazine
of the millions, appears with the
Times-Herald. Call 92 for sub-
scription.—J. T. Armstrong. 27-tfc
Read the Dallas News, Texas’
most-quoted newspaper. For car-
rier service, leave orders with Roy
C. Nelson.—Leonard Roberts, Agt.,
HAIRSTYLING— Have you had
your hair restyled to look your
best in the new hats? We know
and can adapt them to your indi-
viduality—with an eye to the new
fashions.—Drotha’s Beauty Shop,
all the up-to-date coiffure trends
phone 55. 40-tfc
Coming to the Ritz Theatre for Saturday night prevue and
Sunday are BUD ABBOTT and LOU COSTELLO, who con-
quer new worlds as they step from their space ship in this
amusing scene from Universal-International’s new comedy
hit, “Abbott and Costello Go To Mars.”
Painting and Paper hanging
PAPERHANGING and painting.
—Earl Balch, Celina. 35-20p
INSURANCE.—My office is at
my residence. Call by or phone
163-W. Property, automobile, life,
hospitalization and/or polio in-
surance. D. A. McCoy. 6-tfc
INSURE WITH REPUBLIC.—
1953 is the 50th anniversary of
The Republic Insurance Company
of Dallas, Texas. Conveniently
located for prompt contact with
home office in matters of good
insurance service. Property in-
surance.—D. A. McCoy, local rep-
Radio and TV Repairs.
TELEVISION and radio repairs
at reasonable prices.—Philips Auto
Supply. Phone 111. tfc
TV or radio trouble? Call 244,
Norris Radio & TV. 36-tfc
ers! Fedders, Mathis, Carrier.
Prices start $199.50.—Norris Ra-
dio & TV. 43-tfc
By Mary M. Button
FARMS FOR SALE.—One mile
east of Weston, 3-room dwelling,
barns, sheds, water: In two tracts,
83 acres upland, 23 acres bottom
land, 17 acres alfalfa. Price $85.00
acre. Also 122% acres 3 miles
north of Weston. Selling to settle
estate, $85.00 acre. If it is a better
farm you want, have 217 acres at
$300 per acre.—Sam Bateman, on
Highway 289, Celina. 43-2c
Address and mail post cards.
Make over $50 week. Send $1 for
instructions. LENDO, Watertown,
Record want-ads sell the goods.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cannata
of Los Angeles, Calif., are the par-
ents of a son born May 26. B. P.
Stiles of Weston, is the paternal
.Mrs. G. E. Craft spent last week
in Dallas visiting her children.
Mrs. R. C. Cook has gone to
La Junta, Colo., to visit her sister,
Mrs. Ford Stockton.
Jean Hayes, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Hayes, won gold
medals this year, for her mathe-
matics and home economics work
in Celina high school, where she is
Mr. and Mrs, T. B. Dunn and
family of Pampa visited Mr. and
Mrs. Grady Dunn and Don last
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cave and
children of Fort Worth, Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Cave and Louis, Celina,
Mr. and Mrs. John Harris Flanery,
Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Hershel
Flanery, Alla, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Hitt and son James and Miss Fran-
ces Dean Seago, Durant, Okla., and
Mrs. S. L. Betty of Weston, were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Betty and son, Glen Betty,
who was home from Fort Bliss for
Charley Hayes of McKinney
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hayes
Mrs. Karl Hale of Anna, and
Miss Josie Brimer and Patsy Mc-
Kinney of Dallas visited Mr. and
Mrs. T. C. Brimer Friday. Mrs.
; - m,
Dixe Anderson of McKinney
visited in the Brimer home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Stevens and
sons of Crandall sipent the week-
end here with Mrs. Edith Small-
John Young of Van Alstyne
spent the week-end here with Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Young.
Pvt. James Hitt of Fort Hood
and Mr .and Mrs. Jess Seago of
Durant, Okla., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Hitt.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Huff of Dal-
las visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Huff, Sunday.
Mrs. Kenneth Jordan and little
son, Johnny, who had been visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fun-
denburg of Plano, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Will Jordan for a few days
last week before leaving by plane
for her home in Mobile, Alabama,
where her husband has been trans-
ferred from Atlanta, Ga. He is
with the civil aeronautics author-
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Howard
and Nancy, and Mrs. Bess Parish
visited in Amarilo over the week-
end with Mrs. Kate Hackleman
and son Darby Lee. Mrs. Parish re-
mained over to attend graduating
exercises of the Amarillo High
School. Darby Lee is a member of
the graduating class. Mrs. Hackle-
man and Darby Lee will return
home with Mrs. Parish this week
for a visit with friends and rela-
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bunch of Ce-
lina and their son, M. B. Bunch,
and Mrs. Bunch of Cleburne, spent
the week-end in Memphis, Tenn.,
with anther son, O’Dell Bunch.
O’Dell is a patient in a veteran’s
hospital there, and is slowly re-
gaining his health after being
stricken two years ago by nerve
polio. He was able to go with his
relatives on a visit with other rela-
tives near Nashville and at Leban-
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Vernie S. Pipes, Pastor.
Sunday school, 10:’00 a. m., Ray|
Morning worship, 11:00 o’clock.
Training Union, 7:00 p.
Floyd Fielder, director.
Evening worship, 8:00 o’clock.
Rev. Clanton W. Newbill, Minister
Sunday 9:45—Church school.
Sunday 11:00—Morning worship. I
Sunday 7:30—Evening worship.
Monday 2:00—Missions society.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m..
Morning worship, 11:00 o’clock. |
Evening worship, 8:00 o’clock.
Dr, J, F. Crawford
4 Doors North of Square
207-B N. Kentucky St.
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Hiram SHERMAN • Jet MacDONALD
(THROUGH JUNE 2J)
Niles: Monday thru Saturday, 8:30;
Matinees: Sunday Only'||5p.m.
PRICES: $3.00 • $2.40 * $1.80
$1.20 • 90<
BOX OFFICE: 1315 ELM ST
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With plunger-type lock for all
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with spring-compressors and guide rods. Olive green,or
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Two-drawer file .......... 30%" high, 14%" wide, 24" deep.
Four-drawer file.........5214" high, 1414" wide, 26%" deep
T The above files are available in 1
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The Celina Record
Nobody handles’em rougher than
so it’s sizzling action with a.
in M-G-iyi’S GREAT
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Town’s Pride Ice Cream Topping, 3 flavors, can 10c
Post Toasties....................2 packages 25c
lomato Juice..................46-ounce can 20c
Austex Spaghetti and Meat Balls........can 20c
........................... packages 25c
01eo ................................... lb 20c
Fresh Corn ...........................2 ears 5c
Specials From Our Market Department
FRESH DRESSED FRYERS......Ib 48c
GOOD BEEF ROASTS......lb 45c to 60c
Carey Grocery & Market
PHONE 25 CELINA
WE GIVE U. S. GREEN SAVING STAMPS
[Show opens 7:45, starts 8:00
Boxoffice closes 9:30
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
pampers a blouse
with Pima broadcloth,
a silky-luster cotton
m > Egyptian yam.
\ Our custom-detailed
a wisp of collar,
a slot pocket.
their lovely glow,
30 to 38.
As seen in Vogue
Others $2.98 to $4.98
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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/m1/4/: accessed December 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.