The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. , Ed. 1 Thursday, January 5, 1933 Page: 4 of 4
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THE CELINA (TEXAS) RECORD
THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1933
Girls’ Basketball Team
he girls’ basketball team started
c the new year right by coming out
in the future will know what a joy is L„ca| a„J personal News j „ W- , „ _
now ours. . r\r r> i* 1 . Bunch were in Dallas Tuesday.
_ | Ui Celina and Community
New Pupils | .----- j Mr. and Mrs. Jim Meachum and
Three new pupils have been added Hugh Stone was over from Denton; two children are recovering from a
me new yea. r,K„t uy cora.ng our ,ist thjs week a„ inthe Monday. j tussel with influenza,
practice Monday. Our New Years , . T,r , , , i
« , , , , . mar school. We are very glad to have 7- - , „ . , , _ ~ ^
esolution war to work and try to jn rft and „„ school and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Caruth of' A case or two of influenza are re- '»*>*’ D“- 2S' T1* **>» College at »«"*«>•
Wln evfy *""* hat we pla^; We we are doing our host to make them Sherman .were here Tuesday. j ported in the home of Mr. and Mrs. “e,daugkter °f Mr' and Mrs' A'
improving our playing rabidly under being With us. We assure them' - i T. C. Hendon. •; ........I
the coaching of Coach Eu er. 1hilt they will enjoy attending the Ce- i Mrs. R- N. Walker was reported --
We expect to begin practicing at ^ schoo) • 8 ill 0f influenza Tuesday.
The pupils are Joe Owens and -
Merle Owens, fourth grade; Clyde Miss Mildred Winn spent Wednes-
J. Lpting and Mrs. Guy Another Christmas marriage that; groom’s parents on the day following
had not been made public came to j the marriage,
light last week-end when it became j
know that Miss Nelma Dickerson and j
beginning of the new
| John Haynes, both of Chambersville, | year Paul O’Brien, son of Mr. and-
; were united in marriage at Anna ; Mrs. Gus O’Brien, entered the Teach-
night soon, and this will be a great
help to our team, as “Practice Makes
1IT , . . .. Owens, first grade. They are all from day night of last week with Miss
We expect to play our first game the 3ame famUy and are (rom the ■ Vadah Hayes of Gunter.
Walnut Grove comunity. j --
We are sorry to say that two pu-, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stone were
pils have withdrawn this week. They: guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moore
are Demia Baldridge and Willie Mae j °f Spring Hill Tuesday of last week.
Hill. Both are in the fourth grade, j -
Demia Baldridge has gone to Alla! Mr, and Mrs. Oscar
! Oickeison and a graduate of Boyd Must complete line of nursery stock
j High1 School at McKinney and spent; ever in Pilot Point; fruit trees, pecan
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roberts have1 sometlme Baylor University. The trees, berry plants, grapes, ever-
been sick of influenza, but Jack has! §T°°™ 1S the son of Mr- and Mrs- H- greens, shrubs and roses; depression
. U- Haynes. A dinner was given in prices.- J. Emerson Price, Pilot
! their honor at the home of the Point, Texas ’ 26-5t
soon and we want a large crowd on
the sidelines to cheer us on to victory.
Seniors Receive Rings
The event has at last occurred that
the Seniors have long anticipated.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Kerr, who lived
a short distance west of Rhea Mills
are moving to Kennadale.
Our rings hare arrived! They arrived Hubbard and willie Mae Hm has 1 Rhea Mills visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Vernon Browning, who lives south-
' east of town, is recovering from an
Tucker of! attack of influenza.
on Dec. 21, just four days before San-
ta Claus. We were as proud of them
as we were, of any of our Christmas
gifts—and they were things to be
moved to Dallas.
Eoff last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stone and las last week-end.
Asa and Carl Layman and W. J.
Hodges took a load of turkeys to Dal-
Junior Play Again Postponed
, ,, m ,, .., There has been so much flu and i daughter were guests of Mr. and
piou o . 0 us ey are pre tier . an jj,]nega jn ancj Celina, that the I Mrs. Henry Donihoo of Bloomdale
those of any other class and will be „p Ma s I Thursday of Iaat week.
prettier for the next wtenty years.! TT „ , , . j
z, . . ., ... . | Hum,” has been posponed again. The! ---
ou w O never new . e T1 0 j play, however, will be given at some1 Mrs. J. T. McClure and grandson,
getting class rings like this can t
know our happiness; you who shall
Miss Lynn Myers of Dallas spent
a few hours with her mother, Mrs.
Ella Myers, Monday.
What a delight to find
your suit looking as clean
and brisk as new. Our ex-
pert service preserves fab-
ric and maintains style.
Suits Cleaned and
pressed when you
later date. | Robert McClure, who suffered at- Loren Nelson, local Dallas News
The Juniors are anxious to have|tacks °f Hu, were reported up Tues-, and Dallas Journal agent, has been
the play, and the date will be decid-1 day. j confined to his bed this week by an
ed upon and printed in the Record, i ! attack of influenza.
Everyone save your money so you | Mrs. R. C. Stone and daughter Miss , --
can see how “Patty Makes Things' Wilma spent Friday and Saturday as \ Mrs. Orlia Moss and children of
Hum.” And she surely does make guests of Mrs. J. B. Bush and family | McKinney have returned to McKin-
ney after spending several days with
- . j -» : Mrs. Will O’Brien.
Our Resolutions i Mrs. Curtis Harding of McKinney ._
The school didn’t let 1932 slip away j spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs.; Walter Callahan of Moran, Texas,
without making resolutions-—no sir! | B- U. Stone. j spent Christmas with his parents,
Our first resolution was:
(1) We resolve to keep our resolu-
tions. Others are: We resolve not to
sigh when Miss Hughes says “Get out
pen and paper.”
The Juniors resolved to go willing -
] Mr. and’ Mrs. C. A. Callahan, who re-
Ray and William Short returned to side a f<?w miles northeast of Celina.
the Teachers College a Denton Fri- J ----
day after spending the Christmas hoi- Mrs. J. R. Stone and daughters,
idays with homefolks. 1 Miss Vera Stone and Mrs. T. M.
Winn, and Mrs. Winn’s two child-
ly to the library and call for “Our j and renewed the subscription of his ren, Miss Mildred and Mart, visited
Presidents,” or “Seven Ages of j mother, Mrs. A. Short, and his sis- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stone, near Gun-
Washington,” as Miss Vaden directed,' ters, Mrs. E. B. Yager, of Cameron, ter, Thursday of last week,
when our hearts cry out for “The j a*id Miss Margaret, of Denton.
Three Bears,” or “Mother Goose j -
Rhymes.” We resolve to do as Mrs. j Mrs. J. S. Newman, east of town,
Spencer Nelson was brought to the
home of his aunt, Mrs. Stella Nelson,
Choate says and stop being “donkey-. who had about recovered from an at- J here Sunday from Baylor Hospital,
headed.” , tack of pneumonia, has the last few where he had been for treatment. His
Altogether, we resolved to do bet- J days been bothered by a cough. j condition is not improved. Spencer
ter work and study harder until that j -— j has been ill for more than a year.
May day when school is out.
The Freshman Party
The Freshman class planned a
Christmas party for Friday night at
the home of Dolores Glendenning. As
the weather was so bad, it was post-
poned until Monday night. Games
were played and enjoyed by all. Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Cox and two
children of Leonard spent last week- J Miss Frances Sponsel returned
end with Olin’s parents, Mr. and Sunday from a visit with Mrs. J. S.
Mrs. Louis Cox, south of town. j Cogswell in Sherman. She stated that
- j four members of the Cogswell family
Miss Margaret Short, who is at- were sick of influenza when she left
tendingfi C. I. A. at Denton, spent them.
Christmas with her mother, Mrs. A. I
Short, southwest of town, returning Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Doyle of
Rita Stallcup entertained us with de- to school Sunday. 1 Tioga were guests of Misses Nettie
lightful music. The Christmas tree
was next and everyone could hardly
wait. Everybody acted as Santa in
this way: One person would pick a
gift off the tree and the person’s
name that was called out was to do!1’^
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DR. W. H. STALLCUP
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; and Olive Doyle and Jesse Doyle
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Perry and two, Tuesday. It was a delayed Christmas
sons of Gainesille spent last week- visit and they brought their Christ-
end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. John mas gifts—a turkey and three pigs.
Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Per- _
• Mr. and Mrs. Scott Stagner and
Mr. and Mrs. Webb Stagner and
of Dallas visited Mr. and
the same. -- . j,
Delightful i refreshments were serv-1 Mrs. J. T. Darnall Tuesday ordered children
ed by Dolores to the following: Fran-1 the Record sent to Mr. J. B. Gladden, Mrs. I. N. Stagner, southwest of
ces Stallcup, Nona Gresham, Homer' Denton; and Mrs. Leonard Thomas- town, Sunday. Mr. Stagner has had
Nowell, Audie Tucker, Tommie Lee, on> McKinney, during 1933 in order influenza, but is now able to be up.
Eulas Beckner, Elizabeth Meachum, j that they may keep in touch with the _
Jimmie Glendenning, Rita Stallcup,! news of this community. Mrs. W. R. Finley, who had been
Gladys Cupp, Nina Stone and also to _ --- with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Big-
Don Glendenning, “our visitor.” ! Miss Mary Short went to Cameron gerstaff, at Frisco for seme weeks
Everyone enjoyed the evening very; Wednesday to spend a week or ten recovering from a serious illness, was
much and went home with a happy days with her sister, Mrs. E. B. Ya- brought home Sunday. Her condition 1
heart and a smile on his face. , ger. # fa greatly improved and she is able j I
- ’ -- , to be up.
Thanks to Mr. Jones ; Robert Short dropped in Tuesday _____
The pupils of the Celina High Mr. and Mrs. Willis Perry of Dal- Ml, and Mrs> Joe Robert who S
•school wish to thank Mr. Bob JonM *»«»*» <* Mr. and have been at Gonter lor thc la3t sev. S
for the interest he has shown in them. Mrs. T. B. Dobie and Grandma Ni- eral months> havc returned to Celina. 1
At the beginning of school, the chol.
school issued a call for books, and Mr.
Jones gave us some twenty-five or
Joe was bookkeeper for the Davis gin
i at that place during the ginning seas-
Mr. and Mrs. Ira H. Lee had as
thirty books then; and during the last! their guests Monday night Mrs. Maud
week twenty-eight more books have j Hardin and daughter, Mr. and Mi’s.1
been received as a gift from him. I Asmond Stephens and daughter of1 Meldon Stallcup, son of Dr. and
Out of this large collection, we are, Ralls, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Har-' Mrs. W. H. Stallcup, took his bed
sure many students will be greatly ! din and son of Dallas, Mr. and MrsJ attack of flu while spending
benefited, and our thanks will be due
to Mr. Jones.
Some of the books are: Wister’s
“The Highway to English,” Pirie’s
“Science of Home Making,” Downe’s
“The Lure of Music,” Small’s “How
to Know Textiles,” Bailey’s “Domes-
tic Science Principles and Applica-
Jack Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Jack1 the Chnstmas holiday at home, but
Nevins of Celina. j was at>le ta return to his studies in
_ I the Denton Teachers College Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rains, who had
been occupying the lower floor of the
George Meachum, Mrs. Roy McWil-
Mrs. J. C. Ousley residence just east1 liams> Misses Kathleen and Elizabeth
of the city limits, have moved to a 1 Meachum and Mrs. Oliver Marrs vis-
farm east of McKinney, leaving more 1 Mr. Meachum’s aged mother who
room for Mrs. Ousley and Mr. and! is in, at Windom Sunday.
Mrs. Dave Keer, who occupied the j -
second story. 1 Five members of O. L. Lowery’s
Bobcats’ Basketball Team
The Bobcats have been working out
for basketball for the past month.
The team is improving rapidly with order NOW. Our prices are LOW. j town. Four were in bed at one time.
--- family have been down with influenza
Eaidy Chicks Pay Best; Place your on the Green King farm, east of
Mr. Rucker as coach. Coach Rucker
is working the boys out especially
on trip shots and quick passes. The
.Custom hatching; 96 to 100 eggs per: Those sick were Mrs. Lowery, Mrs.
tray, 1 to 5 trays $2.00 each, 5 to 10 ^ Jack Crew, Sonny Lowery and Arvel
trays $1.50 each, 10 or more trays,! Lowery.
Soft, Light Lens
DR. R. B. NALL
Bobcats played their first game of the ^ $1.25 each. Bring your eggs any day
season Jan. 3, with Pilot Point at ( you wish, our 200,000 egg capacity
Pilot Point. The Pilot Point club de- J insures better service for less mon-
feated the Celina boy with a score j ey-—Golden Glow Hatcheries, McKin-
of 33 to 18. Wright, the Pilot Point j ney» Texas. Phone 701.
center, was high point man, ringing , -
up 19 points. Shaw was high point; Mrs. Roy McWilliams, Miss Kath-
man for Celina, ringing up ten points,1 leen Meachum and Dunaway Martin,
Arvel Morris ringing up eight.
The Bobcat boys and girls will play
Pilot Point Monday night, Jan. 9.
Come out and help us win.
Celina’s schedule for January will
be as follows:
January 14, McKinney at Celina;
January 17, Farmersville at Celina;
January 20, Plano at Plano; January
24, McKinney at McKinney; January
27, Farmersville at Princeton; Jan-
uary 31, Plano at Celina.
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who went to Corpus Christi recently
Mrs. Ruth Tate and Miss Winnie
Douglas were not permitted to re-
sume their places as members of the
school faculty Monday on account of
illness. Mrs. Tate, however, was back
at her desk Tuesday.
Mr. J. V. Greer returned Friday
to take Mrs. Heishel Meachum, who . from a deer hunt near LaPryor, Tex-
came here from Memphis, Tenn., j as. Mr. Greer’s chaperone on this
where she had been with a sick sis- hunt was his son-in-law, Mr. Sam Da-
ter, returned Thursday of last week, j vis> of Tyler. Mr. Davis’ parents live
bringing back with them Mrs. George ^ LaPryor and he is well acquainted
Meachum, who had been visiting her ( with that section of the state and has
son, Hershel Meachum, in Corpus had considerable experience in hunt-
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Andrews, C. C. The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. , Ed. 1 Thursday, January 5, 1933, newspaper, January 5, 1933; Celina, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth773795/m1/4/: accessed September 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.