The Texas Mesquiter (Mesquite, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, December 18, 1942 Page: 4 of 4
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1942
THE TEXAS MESQU1TER
Officials of Dallas County Home Demon. Club
PROGRAM AT TEXAN THEATRE
Double-cross Old Man Winter
Have lioiir Car
Tim Holt in
RIDING THE WIND
Also “GANG BUSTERS”
SUNDAY AND MONDAY—DECEMBER 20 AND 21
Rosalind Russell and Fred MacMurray in
. TAKE A LETTER. DARLING
MONDAY AND TUESDAY—DECEMBER 22 AND 23
THE GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN
with Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Ralph Bellamy, Lionel Atwell
Bela Lugosi, Evelyn Ankers and Lon Chaney
Courtesy Dallas Morning News
they met with the council for the an-
nual luncheon Friday. The represen-
tatives of the twenty-six clubs in
the county reported that 50,000 qts.
of meat, fruit, vegetables, jam and
jelly had been canned this year by
the 675 members. Scyene reported
the largest increase of membership.
You save double when you have your car double-checked and
winter-ized at WALKER’S. You prevent repair expense in the fu-
ture and yon save substantially on present-day costs.
Mrs. Neely Huffines, Richardson,
retiring president of the Dallas Coun-
ty Home Demonstration Clubs Coun-
cil, is shown with Mrs. John C. Pea-
vy, Reinhardt, newly elected chair-
man, Mrs. Ernest Ellis,. New Hope,
secretary and Mrs. Carl P. Anderson,
Christian Valley, vice-chairman as
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY—DECEMBER 24 AND 25
Errol Flynn, Ronald Reagan, Nancy Coleman and Alan Hale in
PHONE 134 F. I. (Jack) WALKER MESQUITE
FAST AND DEPENDABLE WRECKER SERVICE
Men In Service
I was through Los Angeles again
and I phoned Billie but didn’t have
time to see her. She is getting along
I have to close and go to work now
but will write more later.
(Continued from page 1.)
was employed 8 years at the Ford
'Molar Company prior to his work
i~ Cousoiidater Aircraft in San Diego
and has been at Love Field with the
Aero Company the past five months. '
He will bo in with a sergeant’s rating j
Mr. Paschall is the son -uf Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Paschall. His wife is the
Paul Branton, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Branton, retunred to camp
in Virginia after a furlough vi't hhis
Pvt. Jack Peters address is now |
C, Postmaster, San Francisco. Calif. (
Rich gifts wax poor when givers
prove unkind. -—- Shakespeare
Mrs. Clayton Anderson became ill
with laryngitis Wednesday night.
r Lieut. A. G. Bearden from Edge-
wood Arsenal, Maryland is here on
a ten day furlough. Lt. Bearden,
former city manager of Mesquite,
finished Officer’s Training School
last week, and will report to a Penn-
sypvania camp soon.
WAR BONOS \
j|T0P THAT 10%\ '
Corp. Recil Iv. Lanmon of Mes-
quite now stationed at Camp Edward
Mass., with the 155th Field Artillery
Battalion, was recently promoted in
rank to sergeant technician.
A member of the battalion’s Head
quarters Battery, Sergeant Lanmon
was mobilized on Nov. 25, 1940,
with the Texas National Guard.
As Christians, we must conquer
hate with love. — Benjamin Frank-
HODGES FOOD STORE
FOR SALE—A team of mares owned
by Roy Moore. See Cleve Moore.
FOR SALE—Corn, per bushel $1,00
Phone 25. nc
Willie Mullins says
TO MEN IN SERVICE
Individual men and women direct-
ly connected and on active duty with
the armed forces of the United States,
may subscribe for the following mag-
azines to be sent directly to the mili-
tary address; at the following rate
JUST A FEW fancy Christmas can-
dles selling for 10, 20 and 25c at
The Mesquiter office.
Corp. E. E. Raglin, 37th F.A. Bn
Service Btry. A.P.O. 2, Camp McCoy,
Wisconsin, has come the most attrec-
tice Christmas greetings. Raglin, 24
years old, enlisted November 25, 19-
40 and received his basic training in
San Antonio, being stationed at Fort
Sam Houston. His brother, C. D., 19,
in the Army Air Corps, is at Camp
Cpl. Raglin writes from Wiscon-
sin: It is plenty cold and we have
plent of snow. I have never seen any
like it in Texas. We are going to learn
to ski up here. That is going to be
FOR RENT—The 4 room house, ga-
rage, 2 wells of water and 2 acres
of land, belonging to Roy Moore.
See Cleve Moore. tf
A quick-drying paint. Easily applied. Covers all types of walls.
Rollers for applying, 89c
Mitchell - Goodwin Lumber Co.
W. L. WILKINSON, Mgr.
Mesquite Phone 15
FOR SALE—12 ewes, 1 buck.
Good grade black-faced Hamp-
shire. All less than 2 years old.
J. W. Thompson, Phone 917F32.
One of my biggest investments is
War Bonds. I Jigger on putting at
least 10% of all my earnings into
War Bonds from New Year’s on!
48 ACRES—4 miles north Forney
on pavement. Mail route, lights,
phone available. 32 acres in cul-
tivation, balance heavy Bermuda
pasture, spring branch,, bearing
pecan grove. Fair 4-room house,
barn. Price $2650—$1,000 down,
balance $110 yearly both principal
and interest. Clint Wyrick, owner,
Garland, Texas 2tp
Jasper Robins Caldwell, A. R. Trade
School, Class 7-43, U.S.N.A.S., Ala-
meda, California writes: I have been
transferred here to go to school and
I like it better here. This is a much
better station and larger. Old Hozy
(Lawrence Cole) is still with me and
he likes the station fine. It was real-
ly bad to have to break up with the
old Boat Camp gang git San Diego,
but I’m in the Navy now.
I am afraid I won’t get much mail
for a while since I have changed my
address so ft you will let everyone
know. Iwon’t be able to write every-
one for a while. We got here yester-
day and this is the first time I have
had a chance to write.
Notice is hereby give that I in-
tend to introduce a bill authorizing
the Commissioners Court of Dallas
County to acquire trucks for fire-
fighting equipment to be placed in
cities and towns having volunteer
firemen—accredited with Texas In-
surance Commission, and to make
contracts for fire fighting service.
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Holy Smokes! We gotter git some
cash someware’s so we kin put 10%
into War Bonds. Everybody’s got
ter do that by New Y’ar’s.
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“How soon do you leave for camp, Bob?”
“Next Tuesday, Judge. Bill and George
are leaving the same time. We’re hoping to
wind up in a tank outfit.”
“Well, the way I’ve seen you handle a
tractor, Bob, you ought to be right at home
in one of those tanks. You’re going to like
the service—they’re a great bunch of fel-
lows. Just last week I went down to camp
to see a young nephew of mine and he
introduced me to some of his buddies. Fine
fellows—real he-men just like you and Bill
and George—from good American homes.
Handle themselves well, too.
“You know, I’ve been checking up on it,
Bob, and I’ve found out that the American
army today is healthier, better disciplined,
better trained, better taken care of than
it has ever been in its history. And you can
take my word for it, Mary, he’ll come back
to you a fine man in great shape. Best of
luck to you, Bob.” q.
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Cook, Mrs. A. J. The Texas Mesquiter (Mesquite, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, December 18, 1942, newspaper, December 18, 1942; Mesquite, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth854892/m1/4/: accessed October 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mesquite Public Library.