The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 21, 1946 Page: 4 of 6
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1946<
THE DAILY NEWS-1
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THIS CURIOUS WORLD
Benefits in Area
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appears™ 5PRIN0 AS
THE TEMPERATURE OF THE
REGION WARMS UP TO A
IB* A«MM«I Preut
Ft. Worth, Feb. 21.—With the
exception of medium grade l*mb«
livestock sold at steady prices at
Fort Worth today.
Good and choice slaughter
stedrs and yearlings 15,60-17.35.
Plain and medium steers and
yearlings 11.0045.00. Medium
and good fat cows 10.60-13.50.
Cutters and plain butcher cows
8.00- 10.00. Canncrs 8.60-7.50.
Good and choice fat calves
13.00- 16.00. Common and me-
dium calves 11.00-13.50. Culls
8:6040.60. Stocker calves and
yearlings 12.0045.00. Stocker
Good and choice hogs 150. lb.
and up 14.05. Sows 13.00. Me-
dium and good stocker pigs 11.00-
42.60. Butcher pig* 12.00-13.00.
Good fat lambs 13.2543.50.
Medium grade wooled lambs 12.-
60-13.00. Good shorn lambs 13.
Medibm shorn lambs 12.60. Good
ewVs 7. Common ewaa 5.75. Me-
dium and good feeder lamba 14.
Common stockers 12.50.
ly old-age and survivors insur-
ance benefits.tears .in force at the
end of 1945 in the are served by
the Paris office of the‘Social Se-
curity Board, in Increase of 250
over the number in force on De-
cember 81» 1944, Paul S. Files,
manager, raid today in a state-
ment of the activities of the of-
fice during the year,
Approximately $54,000.00 in
monthly benefits was * awarded
during the year to men, women,
and children of this area, Mr.
Files said. This lharked an in-
crease1 of about $11,500 over the
total sum paid out in 1944.
The service area of the Paris
office includes Camp, Delta, Fun-
nin, Franklin^ Hopkins, Hunt, La-
mar, Morris, Red River, and Titus
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to sincerely express
our appreciation to each and ev-
eryone at Como and Kim Ridge
who had a part in the funeral ser-
vices, of our baby girl. May God
bless and ever be near you is our
prayer.—Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Green and daughter, Ruth.
VAVTION: DSM ONLY AH PIHSOTMO
Askew & Buford, Druggists,
Hali-Farrar Drug (JT
COFR. 1t4€ BY NCA StRVfCC, INC.
T. M. REG. 0. B. FAT. OFF,
OF HOPKINS COUNTY
...J If enough acreage can be contracted for growing
cucumbers, we will establish two buying stations in
this county — at Sulphur Springs and at Pickton.
Contracts will be at Chamber of Commerce of-
fice. Please come in and sign up your acreage imme-
North Caney HD
The North Caney Home Dem- j
onstratien Club held its regular (
meeting February 14, with-Mrs. j
Mary E. Bly hostess to the club, j
Hugh Ward Dies
Jack E. Love, 22, Notre Dame Sophomore, reads a letter inform-
ing him that he ii heir to $1,500,000 fortune left him by his great-
uncle, Claude Logan, Olympia. Wash. Holder of the Purple Heart ho
it studying under the G.I. Bill of Rights, after having served three
years In the Amy. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Love of
Hagerstown, Md. (NEA Telephoto). ,
No. 2, $3.00 per 100-lbs.
No. 4 (limited Am’t)
75c per 100
No 1, $5.00 per 100-lbs.
No. 3, $2.00 per 100-lbs.
Mrs. Elgie M. Crisp acted u*
president, and there were nine
members to answer the roll call.
There were three committees
reporting: Triple E, Program and
Finance, and the 4-H Club Spon-
sor. The exhibit committee had
on displuy aprons made from
sacks and discarded house dress-
es. Landscaping and home beuu-
tifiention are important improve-
ANSWER: Florida, where fewer than 1000 Seminole* live In
the Everglades. ______
their home in the farm residence
Of Mr. McGill.—Reported.
elected at an Area meeting in
Paris, succeeding A. G. Mayse of
Hugh Ward, formerly of Sul-
phur Springs, was killed in an
automobile accident in Wichita
Falls Monday night, according to
reports reaching Sulphur Springs.
Mr. Ward wbb a brother of Mrs.
Theo Wester of Sulphur Springs.
On Air Program
for Its theme song, the show will
be broadcast over KPLT every
Saturday morning for a 26-week
Emceed by prominent favorites
euch as famed Jim Ameche and
(staged against smooth back-
ground music by* a full piece or-
chestra, “Show Stoppers" spot-
lights o different celebrity every
week who dramatizes how he
reached fame—what he did to
"stop the show.”
Included on the list scheduled
to be heard are Eddie antor, Jack
Benny, Abbott and Costella, Tom-
my Dorsey, Xavier Cugat and Hll-
CARD OF THANKS
For the many expressions of
sympathy and to all who con-
tributed in any way to the light-
ening of our burden of sorrow,
we are deeply grateful.—Mrs. W.
W. Hughes and Family, Saltillo,
Rites February 16
Local Man Heads
Boy Scout Area
“Show Stqppers,” a new weekly
radio show sponsored by the Sul-
phur Spring* Beall Brothers store
and Koret of California, will have
its initial airing over radio sta-
tion KPLT, Paris, on Saturday
morning from 10:45 to 11:00 a.
■i m., according to an announcement
by C. T. Parrish, local store man-
< Using "You are My Lucky Star’
Liquid, Tablets, Salve, Nose Drupe
Caution—Use Only As Directed
Negro 4H Club
Boys Enter Show
There will be 10 head of good
hogs represented by Negro 4-H
Club boys of this county at the
Fat Stock Show held in Ft. Worth
on March 8-17. This is the flint
.tupe that Negrv .boys of . .this
county have had this opportunity.
It might be interesting to know
that Hopkins County is leading
the district with the largest num-
ber of hogs entered.
It is our hope that wc will con-
tinue to produce hogs that will be
accepted by the Southwestern Ex-
position and Fat Stock Show, j—
H. W. Grays, Negro Co. Agent,
Served in our Sandwich
Shop — or to take
.North Side Main Street.
25 Feet s/» In.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our
CRAFTSMAN MAROON GARDEN HOS1
GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS!
Famous Craftsman garden hose is back again , , .
even better than ever before. New, super strong
seamless rubber inner tube . . . New suepr-stressg
rayon card reinforcement, withstand! 700 lb#
pressure; New super-strong cavar of sensation^
Neoprene. Available in two sites. Brass couplings
and washers included.
ts-in garden hose 25 ft 53.49; 50 ft. $6.6*
44-in. garden hose 25-ft. 54.49; 50-ft. $1.6*
Everything at Scars Can Be Purchased on
Craftsman Garden Tools
HOE—For gardening or field
work. Polished blade is 6Vi-in.
wide. 4J4->n. deep, forged from
nne piece of steel $1.0*
RAKE—Level hood type. Curved
teeth. 14 tooth head is 14Ji-in
wide, 3' i-in. deep, forged from
one piece of steel $1 09
GARDEN CULTIVATOR — Four
S-in. tines and shank, f o r a e d
from one piece of steel. Steel fer-
rule * 98c
The careful, courteous attention
you receive here reflects a gen-
uine appreciation of your
WHAM! Blow-out, SMASH-UP
. . . all caused by one thin,
over-worked tire. Why ride on
‘’dynamite" when it costs so
little, is so easy to strengthen
and save your precious tires
with last, expert recapping?
Bring in your "slipping" tires
today . . . get long-lasting,
non-skid Goodyear tread de-
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m.lies for your + g nn
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Tine* ora made el *1
tempered spring steel. ' ■
16-in. spread. Teefh are securely
attached to bose. Has tour foot
hardwood hondlo $1.19
SPADING FORK —Fou r 11-in
»ince forqed from one niece of
steel. Hoot treated. 30-in hard-
weod handle hos steel "D" with
wood qrip. $1.49
WEED CUTTER —(Net shown)
Sharpened serrated edges. Cuts
»n both sides. 14-in steel blnde,
30-rn hardwood handle 89c
WHETHER you buy
little or much . . .
you may be sure of
t h e QUALITY of
each item you pur-
chase . . . and of our
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Tools, Seeds or Nur-
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219 Connaliy St.
Sulphur Springs, Texas
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Bagwell, Eric. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 21, 1946, newspaper, February 21, 1946; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth815307/m1/4/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.