The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 89, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 14, 1949 Page: 4 of 12
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THE DAILY NEWS-TELEGRAM, SULPHUR SPRINGS, TEXAS
S Mrs. WtHace Paul has return-
HF «d from several days visit with
Bf , r«h»tivea in Dillas.
Miss Mary Jo Adams, student
Of Texas University, is here t>
spend the Easter hllidays with her
patent, Mr. and Mr*. Elvis Adams
Mrs. T. H. McConnell was
hostess to her bridge club Wed-
nesday at her home on Gilmer
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams and
three children left here Thursday
for a business trip to Huntsville,
Ala. They plan to return Monday.
Mrs. Bill Tyler. Mrs. Charlton
Tapp, Mr*. Nelson Gilreath and
Mrs. Jesse Stanley spent Thurs-
day in Dallas.
Mr. and. Mrs. Frank Gafford
are leaving Friday morning for
Tulsa, Okla., to spend Easter
■with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Gafford, and family.
Miss Lou Ann Chandler, stu-
dent of TSCW, Denton, is here
to spend the Euster holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Mrs. Bob McKinney and Miss
Ann Morris of Dallas will arrive
today to spend the Easter week-
end with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tecr
and other friends and relatives.
Miss Mary Ruth Hanes is here
from Commerce to spend the Eas-
ter Holidays with her grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mc-
Mr*. Lois Tate is spending the
Easter holidays with relatives in
Henderson and Bryan,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Patterson will
spend the Easter holidays in Aus-
Mr. and Mi's. Byron Williams
and sons, Ken and Joe, will spend
the Easter holidays in Austin
with their son-, Htfbbs Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Murrell France
are in Dallas today where Mr.
France wil receive medical obser-
Miss Mary Melton, student at
8. M. U. Dallas will spend the
Easter holidays here with her. par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Melton.
Buddy Oarothers, Billy McLar-
ry and'* James Bag welfare here
from Texas Tech, Lubbock, to
spend the Easter;, holidays with
Harvie-wnd Bert Chapman, stu-
dents of State University, Aus-
tin, will spend the Easter week-
end here with their mother, Mrs.
Mabel Chapman, and family.
Randall Maddox arrived Thurs-
day from Austin, Where he at-
tends State University, to spend
the Easter holidays at his home
Mrs. Louis Ardis and little son,
Eddie, and her mother, Mrs. Matt
Pratt, left Thursday morning for
several days visit in Bonham.
W. O. Pharr, 904 Main Street,
has been admitted to the Longino
Mrs. Edgar White, Brnshear,
who has l^en a medical patient
at the Longino Hospital, has been
dismissed to her home. ,
Gloria Jean Holdiness, small
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Panned, Rt. 4, is a medical pat^
ient at the Sulphur Springs Clinic.
Kenneth Fedriek, who has been
a medical patient at the Sulphur
Springs Clinic, was dismissed to
his homo at 325 Jeferson Street
Mrs, Doylus Jones was dismissed
to her home in Como Thursday
morning from the Sulphur Springs
Clinic, where she has been a med-
W, I* McDowell has been ad-
mitted to the Sulphur Springs Cli-
nic for medical treatment.
Mrs. Faye Jenkins was dismiss
ed to her home Thursday morning
froib the Worsham Clinic, where
she has been a patient for sbveral
Claude Woodsof of Rt. 2, eity,
was admitted to the Worsham Cli-
nic Thursday morning, for inedi-
Mr*. Aline Lovelace, nurse at
the Worsham Clinic, has been tak-
en to Dr. Phillips Hospital in
Greenville for medical treatment.
r»a Autclattd PrtM)
New potatoes from the 1949
crop already are on their way to
market. Potatoes are abundant
and therefore gooff buying. Flew*
erthelass they should be chosen
carefully—doS[’t buy in a hurry.
When you arc buying potatoes
it is'well to ^member that the
J)Cst ones are firm and clean.
’They’ have shallow eye*, and no
cuts, decay or green spots. Uni-
versity of Blinds nutritionists
say that green spots meaii, waste,
for they are harmful to eat and
must t>e discarded. They contain
the same harmful substance that
potato sprouts contain. •
After you have selected your
potatoes carefully,, serve them in
a number of different ways. Do
not give the family boiled or
mashed potatoes day after day.
Today, have*’old-fashioned New
England creamed potatoes with *
topping of cheese, IIrown under
the broiler in a casserole. Serve
with broccoli topped with lerhon
butter sauce, and roast veal or
For dessert we suggest rice
pudding with raisins, topped with
plaid or whipped cream.
Miss Jane Perrin will arrive
Thursday night from Temple,
where she teaches in the schools,
to spend the Easter holidays with
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. T. 0.
Miss Patricia St. Clair is ■ here j
from Denton, where she attend*;
TSCW, to spend the Easter week-1
end with her parents, Mr, and
Mrs. W. 1. St. Clair.
F. J. Joyce of Mt. Vernon, J.
A. Sharp of Paris and W. E.
Myre of Caddo Mills were here
to attend a directors meeting of
the Sulphur Springs Production
Credit Association Thursday.
Mrs. Ola Hyde of Quitman and
Mrs. Woody Penny will leave Fri-
day morning for Dallas to spend
Easter Holidays, guest of Mrs.
John T. Hyde.
Mrs. K. C. Cates and daughter
Sandra; Mrs. Chilie Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Walters
and children, Tommie Jo and
Jimmie Ferrell, of Sealy will ar-
rive here Friday to spend the
Easter holidays with Mr. and Mrs,
Linda Mae Edwards, small
city, and Mrs. and Mrs. Earl Wil- daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. Ray-
Tonight at First
* Keep your refrigerator in good
working order if you want t.o get
the best in service and wear. For
one thing, the condenser must be
kept free from dust and lint. In
some refrigerators the condenser
is located at the* back or in the
motor compartment. If your re-
frigerator is electric, always .dis-
connect it before cleaning the
condenser. A .stiff brush or the
dusting tool of a vacuum cleaner
is the best for this particular typo
if you’re getting a new refrig-
eratov, redd the guarantee care-
fully before you buy it. You'll
want to know exactly whit it in-
cludes, and you'll want informa-
tion about the service you can get
once ,voii have the e«iuipment in-
Most manufacturers guarantee
that the refrigerator, is free from
defects in material juid ‘workman-
ship. Usually the refrigerating
system is guaranteed for five
years and the cabinet and other
parts for one year. However, it
is important to read the guaran-
if you buy from a local dealer,
ask him specificai)g_ftbout repairs.
Usually he’ll take care of any re-
pairs covered by the guarantee.
ankle strnQj It manages, by elas-
ticlzed goring to give the wearer
added support as well as a trim
Today’s beauty hint-is for all
women, hut it applies especially
to the fashteu-minded teenager.
A clean, clear skin with a mini-
mum of makeup carefully applied
is the rule this season.
Spndals definitely are going to
be popular for spring and sum-
mer wear. One that intrigues is
a slightly open-toe shoe with cross
straps at the lower tjyoatline'and
an off-side that goes* into the
shank. - -
Open toes and platform shoes j (TlenU into-the whole plan,
have not been banished from
fashion land. Some shoes will be
very brief---ro<>3fly stnapwork on
vamp and ankle. ' Platform
hejght- will run from one-quarter
Well chosen plantings can im-
prove a house setting. And one
of the..moat important things to
think about in choosing plants for
the home grounds this spring—
and particularly for near the
house......is what those plants -will
look like when fully grown. Also,
whether'or not they serve to re-
late the house to the surround-
The experts say that a house
that appears to sit close to the
ground needs little planting close
to.it. But a two story house ibat
sits up off the ground oh a high
foundation needs more and- taller
planting around it. They suggest
placing the tallest plants at the
corners of the ■ bouse with lower
plantings under the' windows. Usu-
ally it isn't necessary, or desira-
ble, to plant clear around the[
Doorway planting* shouldn’t
dominate the totting but should j
Now for some helpful biota to
Large.‘-Horal patterns for rugs
and carpets are. being .supplanted
inch to one inch and will be worn j by the latest demand for plain
at ah times during the day, | floor coverings.• However, if]
Frivolous and pretty as the new j smaller floral designs are worked
shoes look, a great deal of j out, many homemakers may find
thought and planning have gone; thvm very useable.......particularly
into their making. Among thej .....j' ......._.__-_________
improvements is an adjustable! A Continue)! on page Six)
liams of Mt. Pleasant have return-
ed to their ho^.e* after a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wil-
lims and children of Crockett.
Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Brice
•will have ,as their guests during
the Easter holidays their children,
Mr. and Mrs.' Don Brice and son,
Ricky, of Nacogdoches, Gene
Brice, student of TCU, and Miss
Jo Ann Brice, student of ET8TC.
mond Edwards, Main street, has
been ill for the past week. She
is reported to be slowly improv-
Miss Nancy Bagby, student at
San Marcos Academy, at San
Marcos, will arrive Thursday
night to spend Easter week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Iiagby.
Miss Kathryn Minter, Mrs.
! John Winter, and Mrs. D. T.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Douglas an- pogue we in Pine Forest Thurs-
nounce the arrival of a baby girl ,jay afternoon to attend the bri-
April 3rd, at Florence Nightin
gale Hospital. The baby has been
named Carol Jean, and is the
granddaughter of Mrs. R. I,.
(Bob) Douglas, of this city, route
4, and Mrs. 0. M. Owens of Dal
dal shower honoring
Mr. and Mrs, B. H. Harre^
were in Dallas Thursday to bring
their daughter, Mis* Martha Jean
- J Harred, student of S.M.U., home
Have just received new «hip-i wjth them for the Easter holi-
mant of ivy. Sopaugh Gift ShopJ days. Miss Harred brought as
on Yanti* Highway. dl2-3tcj her guest Miss Mildred Beck of
Plainview, who is also a student
Rubien Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. at S.M.U,
Clyde Jones and daughters, Sha-; _
ron and Barbara of Giddings, ar-l
rived in Sulphur Spying* Wednes-J
day afternoon in Mr. Schneider's!
new four-place plane. Mr. Schnei-j
der and Mr, Jones returned to
Giddings the same afternoon while!
Mrs. Jones and daughters remain-
ed in Sulphur Springs for a visit.!
with her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
A. W. Adams and other relatives.
Cedar Grove io
Hold Open House
For prompt and dependable
watch, clock and jewelry repair
aoa W. F. Brown at Faulk’* Drug
(Name* *n4 data* from Annual Birthday
Calendar auhltahwi by Hi. Philip's Eptacw-
»al Church, Sulphur Spring*).
The Daily News-Telegram ex-
tends greetings and congratula-
tion* to the following who ob-
Burton McCorkie, Mrs. M. Maley,
Mrs. Wayne McGrady.
There will be an open housif
Friday afternoon, April 151 be-
ginning at 1:00 p. m., at the
Cedar Grove School for all pat-
rons and friends of the school.
An Easter egg hunt will follow
in the afternoon.
The eighth grade pupils were
in Commerce Tuesday, April 5,
where they enjoyed a luncheon in
the Green Room-of the City Cafe
and attended the play, "The
Campbells Are Coming", at the
Commerce High School audito-
Attendance is back to normal
at the school after a number of
lthe students have been out with
Warren Hultgren, powerful and
dynamic young preacher from Ft.
Worth, will bring a special and
unique sermon tonight entitled,
“A Real Ghost Stnry.” No one
will wgnt to miss this simple yet
very important message. The ser1
vice at the First Baptist church
will begin; at seven-thirty with
the song sendee being led by J-
Large crowds are in evidence
each night. Wednesday night the
attendance was the largest to
date. Five aditions were added to
the membership of the church.
The service in the morning is
of unusual interest. A goal of
200 has been set for this morning
service. Since there will be no
public school all of th.e school
children are expected to attend.
There were 85 in the morning
Tonight the W. M. U of the
church wil! be recognized. Follow-
ing the service there will be an
important meeting of all Sunday
School workers. It is hoped that
everyone who teaches or leads in
the Sunday School will be present
for this meeting. Final plans for
the reaching of 1102 will be pre-
sented. Goal* for the Sunday
School are as follows: Adult 482;
Young People 90; Intermediate
15,5; Junior 125; Primary 110;
Beginner 60; Nursery 80,
Don’t miss the sermon for to-
night. *— Reported.
1,600- Homes in
Manila Burn in
Last 15 Hours
(By Auorintrd Pr,n)
Manila, April 14.—A second
outbreak of fire early toVlay de-
stroyed 400 more homes in Cebu
City, rai|ing to 1,600 the number
destroyed within 15 hours. Many
were thakhed hut*. The Philip-j
pines Red Cross estimated 10,000 j
persons are homeless.
News reports said an aged crip-
ple and a 5-year-old child were
killed in the second blaze, and
that six persons are missing in
The original fire yesterday was
attributed to a child playing with
matches. The second apparently
caught from embers of the first.
If each member of the YAF
class will bring someone with
them Sunday morning, we will
more than reach our goal of 70.
Let’s fill the Chamber of Com-
merce building and enjoy the Eas-
ter service. — Reported.
A Real Ghost Story"
Tonight at 7:30 p, m.
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Bagwell, Eric. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 89, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 14, 1949, newspaper, April 14, 1949; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth812824/m1/4/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.