Timpson Daily Times (Timpson, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 249, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 11, 1943 Page: 4 of 4

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If You Delay You Might
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LAST LAP FOR 1943 NEAR
Christmas Shopping in Full Swing
Looks Rather Slim Chance to Get Afore Goods in 1943
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Today and you will be Lucky
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WILDA
Wild*, Dec. 7.—Pat Bussey
and wife visited Bob Bussey
and family Sunday.
Hiss Helen Whiteside spent
the week-end with her par-
ents.
Rudolph Whiteside accom-
panied Charles Massey to Tex-
as City Monday where he
went to move his household
goods back here since his call
to service for his country.
Charles has made a good citi-
zen and will make a good sol-
dier.
hiss Peggy Oliver spent
brothers, Gary Ash and wife
of Goose Creek, Clements Ash,
wife and son, John of Hous-
ton. ;
Miss Sandra Jo Murphy
spent Tuesday with her
grandparents, Bob Murphy
and wife.
Recent news from Hoy a
Murphy is that he is well and
fine.
Charles Mims visited his
parents recently. j
Sorry I don’t know the rank
of either Hoya or Charles.
Anyway, they are two of our
fine young men serving in the
army.
I made an error in report
the week-end with Miss Jun- gift8 to,war chest fand in
nue Windham. [that I called John Bates, Bob
Sunday visitors of Bob Mur- a former writ*.up. Blame
phy and wife were Mesdames these mi3takes on the war.
J. H. Ash and J. P. Maxwell, J mafce them unintentionally.
Russell Whiteside’s letter to
so often. In his numerous' let- so far recovered as to return
ters he always says, Tm well to her work in Timpson.
and fine,” and what a feeling! Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wor-
of satisfaction and thankful- sham are both seriously ill at
ness follows that statement this time.
Jr., and Miss Marie Crump of!
Henderson, Mrs. Murphy’s parents reach them every
TIRES
First grade in standard
lines
Big stock in most popu-
lar sizes
6.00x16
6.50x16
6.00x20
7.00x20
7.50x20
8.25x20
that is true of all our soldier
ions.
HIS LETTER
“He wrote a letter—some
time—
1 received it yesterday,
And the things that thrilled
me most
Were what he didn’t say.
He said, "I am well and don’t
worry,’
This son who is heart of my
heart,
He was writing from where
he’s flghtiitg.
And God knows where—that
part
Is the cross I, and every moth-
er,
Must bear without a tear,
Most bear through months of
waiting,
Waiting until we hear.
Again that he’s “well, and
don’t worry,”
But the letter yesterday
Said, “You might pray for our
safety—
Pray hard, mum, every day.1
By Laura Tolman
SHELBY MOTOR COMPANY
"THE HOME OF FRIENDLY
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WEAVER
Weaver, Dee. 8.—Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Greenwood of Ak-
ron, Ohio, arrived here for an
extended visit with Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Magness. Mrs.
Greenwood is s aster of Mrs.
Magness and they had not met
in over thirty-five years.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ramsey
and family attended church
services at Shady Grove Sun-
day.
( Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pass
| have moved to Longview. Sor-
i ry to lose this family from our
j midst.
Mr. Ed Harris is seriously ill
j at this writing.
Miss Beula Mae Bryan has
Mr._ and Mrs. Herman Craft,
Mr. and Mrs. Jap Worsham of
Houston, Mrs. Hollit Hargis of
Shreveport are here because
of the illness of Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Worsham.
Saturday evening, Decem-
ber 4th, Charles Say Peace
and Oieta Solomon drove to
the residence of Rev. D. J.
Collins and were married.
Those accompanying them
were: Doris Ramsey, Farris
Gunter, Billie Peace. J. D. Mc-
Guire, Rachel Peace, Marion
Hairgrove, Peggy Ann Julian.
The groom is a sob of Mr. and
Mrs. Dewey Peace of Oak
Grove. In honor of the newly-
wed couple, a dinner was serv-
ed Sunday at the home of the
bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. X. Solomon. Those attend-
ing the dinner were: Mias
Doris Ramsey, Mr. Fairis Gun-
ter, Miss L. V. Fisher of Timp-
son, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wind-
ham of Center, Mrs. Hattie
Harris of Timpeon, Mr. and
Mrs. Gus Solomon and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Solomon,
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Reclor
and little daughter of Nacog-
doches. This popular young
couple have the best wishes .of
the whole community for this
new venture.
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Molloy, T. J. Timpson Daily Times (Timpson, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 249, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 11, 1943, newspaper, December 11, 1943; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth815207/m1/4/ocr/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Timpson Public Library.

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