The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1942 Page: 1 of 4
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The Detroit News-Herald
0LD8ERIES VOL. 48
DETROIT. TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1942
Clnrkavl 11«, Texn
SATURDAY. MAR. 7
Back Joaes k Tim McCoy ia
“Below The Border”
PREVIEW SAT. NITE 10 30
SUN. k MON. MAR. 8 - 9
“Keep ‘Em Flyicg’
TUES & WED. MAR. 10-11
THURS. &FRI. MAR. 12-13
Deanna Durbin & Charles
It Started With Eve”
Court To Name
County Attorney Burnell W.il-
drep entered the U. S Army last
week, leaving the matter of select-
ing an assistant to carry on under
a temporary appointment at the
discretion ol the commissioners’
court, it was learned from a re-
liable source Friday. His father,
R. W. Waldrep, of Annona will
look after routine office duties for
the time being.
Waldrep is a candidate for re-
election. His name continues in
the announcement column of The
Times and will presumably appear
on the official ballot in |uly and
November. No opposition is ex-
Before this war is ended other
public officials in the county ex-
pect to be wearing uniforms. They
will not necessarily surrender their
offices for military service, but will
leave them under the management
of temporary assistants. — Clarks-
Lions Meet Tuesday
The Lions Club meeting was de-
ferred until next Tuesday night on
account of the weather. The
same program Is planned. *
Masons Meet Friday Night
There will be a regular meeting
of Bennett Lodge No. 531, A. F. &
M., Friday Night.
R. M. Lamb, Sec.
*34 Chevrolet Coupe in good
condition. Good tires.
J. R. Toney.
STOVE FOR SALE
New Gas Rangette, fully insu-
lated, oven control. A bargain.
Dorset te Toney.
72 Red River Men
Called for Induction
in the Army Soon
The following named white
registrants are about to be induct-
ed into the U S. army by the
Local.Board of Red River County:
James Hugh McLaughlin, De-
troit, Rt. 2.
Oscar Lee Monroe, Johntown.
Henry Clay Smiley, C’ville, R5.
George Martin Slaton, C’ville.
Chester Leoran Callender, An-
nona, Rt. 1.
Leslie Jim Cawvey, Detroit, Rl.
Ch tries Austin Duncan, Clarks-
ville, Rt. 3.
William Ervin Sheffield, Bogata,
Lester Callender, Bogata, Rt. 2.
Frank Watkins, Bogata, Rt. 2.
Weldon Lynn Draper, Bagwells,
Dan Jewel Miller, Bagwells,
Edward Glenn Dozier, Clarks-
ville. 1100 Delaware.
James Harry Bridges, Detroit, 1.
fames Phillipp Morton, Detroit,
North Star, Rt.
Floyd Guthrie, C’ville, Rt. 6.
Robert Shows, Bogata.
Floyd Leonard Owens, C’ville. 3.
Albert Kenneth Enox, Bagwells,
William Allison Kilgore, Deport,
Hoyt Howland, C’ville, Rt. 1.
Ernest Kulp Seay, C’ville, Rt. 6.
W. E. Stephens, Bagwells.
Roy Mack Tulley, Bogata, Box
Harvey Shelby Pittman, Clarks-
ville, Rt. 5.
Luther Gene Wortham, Annona,
Jessie Lewis English, Bogata,
Raymond Ellsworth Tillett,
Clarksville, Rt. 4.
Bert Huston Adams, Detroit, 2
Alex Mangrum, Fulbright
Charles L. Bell, Bogata, Rt. 1.
Lloyd Guthrie, C’ville, Rt. 6.
Houston Pettit, Bogata, Rt. 2.
Walter Raleigh Venable, De-
troit, Rt. 2.
Weslie Gearldine Blair, Annona,
Jasper Veinon Shiver, Deport, 1
Joe Wilson Lipe, Annona, Rt 1.
Elmer L. Z Weese. C’ville, Rt. 2.
H. L. Anderson, Bogata
Thomas Jefferson Lowry, De-
port, Rt. 1.
Alton Darrell Cook, C’ville, R3.
Phillip Marion Harrison, C’ville
Vernon Lenard Johnsson, Bag-
we;!s, Rt. 1.
Leroy Plant, Detroit, Gen. Del.
lolin Belton Bbze, Avery, Rt 1
Lewis Bryant Grant. Cville, R4
Leonard Riggs, Bogata, Rt 2.
Steve I lowland Womack, Bo-
gata, Rt 2
Theodore Roostvi It Riddle.Bag-
wells, Rt 1.
Boyd Caldwell, C’xillc, Gcn.De.l
Lloyd Lee Holloway, C’ville.
Harland Burleson Crcxton
William Foster Morehead, Ful-
R. R. Fanners Urged Aged Woman
to Attend Meetings [Dies In Blossom
in Co. Next Week
Hardware and Undertaking
Our Prices are right; flu* Merchandise new and Glean
„ Pay Us a \ i^it in Our New Store.
New Shipment Will Arrive Monday, Feb. 9
48, 2 1 and 12-11*. hags
Meat and Lard Prices Advancing
* Every Week.
Buy Now at Oar Low Price
HANDLES- Hammer, Aze, Hoe.
Rake, Shovel, Fork and Scoop
FARM STAR SYRUP
1 gallon, 55c '* -gallon, 30c
Plenty Seed Potatoes and Fertilizer
Garden Rakes, Hoes, Potato Hooks
“ New Package Cereal
POST-TENS. Assorted Package
Asbestos and Perfection
Lay Mash, Starter, Baby Ckick
Scratch, Corn Chops and Maize
TezacoKerosene 10c gal;5 gal,45c
Ben F Emery, chairman, says
the Red River County War Board
has scheduled the following series
of important farm meetings to be
held the week of March 9 to 13,
inclusive. All farmers and their
families are urged to be present at
these meetings. All meetings will
start promptly at 8:00 p. m. At
^ Detroit the meeting will be at the
Monday, March 9
Fulbright, Detroit, Vandalia,
Bogata, Dimple, Annona, Lydia,
Cherry, Manchester, Whiterock,
Tuesday, March 10
Midway, McCrury. Caney Wells,
Hopewell, Boxelder, English, Bag-
wells, Madras, Kanawha, Mauldin,
Wednesday, March 11
Cross Roads, Johntown, Hay-
wood, Negley Russell Chapel,
Henrietta Mabry, Aikin Grove,
Blanton Creek, Vesey.
Friday, March 13
Woodland, Bryarly, Savannah,
Martin Chapel, Albion, Blakeney,
Avery, Acworth, Addielou, Ever-
Mrs. Caroline Augusta Davis,
grandmother of Mrs. J. B. Aubrey,
died at her home in Blossom at
11 p. m. Sunday after a brief ilL
ness. Funeral services were held
Tuesday at the residence, with in-
terment in Spring Hill Cemetery,
with grandsons as pallbtarers.
Mrs. Davis, born in Mississippi,
July 12, 1853, had lived in La-
mar county ever since coming to
Texas in H68. She was married
October 12, 1870, Mr. Davis dying
December 17, 1935.
At Clarksville Dies
Clarksville. — Final rite* were
held at J oiley Funeral Home here
Van Scott Weds
Verda Ann Tndor
Van Scott, son of Mr. and Mm
A. L. Scott of Croat Roads, waa
Saturday afternoon for Miss Sallie married to Mbs Verda Ann Tudor,
Jack Fleming, 87, who died Friday daughter of Mr. and Mi*. E E.
after a week’s illness. Burial was ; Tudor of Route 2, Paris, at the
in Savannah Springs Cemetery, Cavalry Baptist parsonage at Par*
Southeast of here. i is by the pastor, Rev. John Shuler,
Miss Fleming, a retired school Saturday,
teacher, was a native of Savannah; The bride is a graduate of Paris
Springs. She had spent her entire High School. Mr Scott, a grad-
life in Red River county, where uate of Detroit High School and
she taught for more than 50 years. Paris Junior College, is now teach-
She was a member of the first class fng school at Cuthand, where the
to be graduated trom Sam Houston
Surviving are four sons, three State Teachers College, and a
daughtefs, 29 grandchildren, 42 classmate of the late Dean T. U.
great-grandchildren and six great- Taylor of the University of Texas.
Woman’* Culture Club
The Woman’s Culture Club met
with Mrs. J. L Lawson with six-
teen members present. Mrs J. E.
Lawson directed the lesson study
from Reader’s Digest, with Mmes.
Claud Councill, Emory Cassell and
O.W. Davis, giving special articles.
Five tables were arranged for
the club game, *’42;” small George
Washington hatchets were used as
tallies, and the patriotic motif was
carried out ia the luncheon tables,
with their white cloths and red
and blue napkins, and small United
States flags, as plate favors Early
spring flowers and United States
flags were used in decoration.
Guests for the afternoon were
Misses Pearl Guest anfl Mel- Ruth
Ramsey, Mmes. T P. Guest, O. T.
Ellison, G. O. Stafford and G. M.
The hostess was assisted in serv-
ing by her sisters, Mmes. J. E
Lawson and W. S. Ramsey, and
Miss Mel Ruth Ramsey.
Bagwell Man Home
From Over Sea
Jack Fitzgerald son of Mrs.
Lina Fitzgerald of Bagwell, return-
ed home last Friday from Britian,
where he has been in service as a
pilot ferrying planes and in the
RAF for several months.
3 roll* adding machine paper, 25c
Farm Garden Campaign
By Jimmy McFatridge
"A Carden is like a magic spot
— you plant a little, reap a little.”
The State Extension Services
have made live-at-home or better
Jiving on the farm a major feature
os their work for many years.
So it is that this year, in the
1942 “all-out” campaign. Miss
Johnny LaRue, county home
demonstration agent, has taken
the initiative in stressing to the
people, the importance of a farm
garden on every Red River county
In a recent discussion with Miss
LaRue, pertaining to the
nephews and nieces
Opal Plant and
W.R. Sebastian Wed
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Plant of
Blossom announce the marriage of
their daughter, Opal,.- to Weldon
R. Sebastian, son of Mrs. Grace
Sebastian, 111 E. Houston St.,
The ceremony was performed
Friday, Feb. 20, at Antlers, Okla.,
with Judge Hargraves officiating.
The bride is a graduate of Paris
Junior College and attended East
Texas State Teachets College in
Commerce. She has taught in La-
couple will make their home.
Attending the couple were Mta
Mary Lindon Barrett and James
un” j mar county schools for three years.
we 1 Mr. Sebastian, a graduate of
Nowlin Asberry Green, C’ville.6.
Floyd Alton Green, C’ville, R2.
Emmitt Moore, C’ville, Rt. 3.
Joseph Stahl Tackett, C'ville, 3.
W.H. Presswood, Bogata, Rt. 1
Talma Case Lamaster, Bogata,2.
Wilson Irvin Grant, Avery,
Norris Lee Hargus, Detroit,
Carl Cavnar, Cuthand.
lames Andrew Underwood, Bo-
Lomax Whitman Jones, Bag-
George William Drake, Annona,
Humphry Clifton Noe, Bagwells,
William Boyer Miller, Annona.
William Harvey White, Clarks-
ville, Rt. 6.
McDonald Halley, Bagwells. 1.
Donnie Adolphus Nowell, An-
nona, Rt. 1.
William Ordis Wyers, Detroit, 2.
Fred Black, Johntown.
portance of “Home Cardens,
checked data and information re- paris High School, is now employ-
lating to gardens and this is what ecj by Paramount Electric Com-
we found. ; pany jn Marshall, where they will
Uncle Sam has announced make their home.—Paris News.
through his Department ofAgri-i _
culture that he wants a million
ETJET ‘hi’ y“r ,han "' C’ville Woman Dies
Thats a lot of gardens; It simply ' .. . , ,
means that he wants more than . .
five million gardens on American er . °m* ,n arksville un y
farms this year, in order to keep 7"”"* frora a hear, atuck and
families healthy and fit; also to f“n«al serv.ee, were held Toesday
save the farm families more money a't' r.no°"- followed *»' burial *"
by producing more of their food at ?!" SVI e cgmetery-
home, thereby .cutting down on Sh* was bom ,n Madbon coun'
their expense, at a time when
paices are rising.
Another important item of great
significance is the fact that if our
Red River county farmers can
adopt a live-at-home program this
year, and we feel they will do their
best to do it, then that will make
available more commercial sup-
plies of vegetables for our boys in
the army, tor our industrial work-
ers, for our village and city people
and for our friends across the
waters who are bearing the brunt
of the battle.
Miss LaRue urges every farm
family to grow a garden this year.
it is hoped that Red River
county will have 4000 good gar
dens. Miss LaRue urges you to
do your part in seeing to it that
you have one.
I’m for it 100 per cent.
Certified Sweet Potato Seed.
North Star Route
INNER NEW MANAGEMENT
1 have bought the Texaco
Station near tlie Tabernacle
and am offering the best pos-
sible service in
Texaco Gas and Oils
Cold Brinks and
We invite you to visit us
E. I. FAICETT
ty, Tenn., in 1860 and came to
Texas 40 years ago and to Clarks-
ville ten years later.
The following eight children sur-
vive: Willie Ussery and Mi*.
Radio Program far FrL, Mar. A
Miss Edythe DeWitt
the following pupils in a 15-minute
program over station KPLT, Par-
is, Friday, March 6, at 6:15 p. m.
Theme song—Neil Venable.
Song and tap—Joan Howland.
Poem—Betty Jeff us.
Piano solo—Gloria Jean Harbi*
Life of Beethoven—Ailcen Cas-
Beethoven’s last composition—
A request number—Mias Edythe
Thought for the day — Right
thinking is the source to right liv-
If you have a request number
you want played or sung on this
program, please let Miss DeWitt
know by Monday of each week
and she will be glad to have it in-
cluded in ner next program
Detroit WHD Oob ~ ^
The Home Demonstration Clab
met Feb. 26 at the home of Mrs.
Ray C. Venable. Eleven members
answered the roil call with “What
I have done about my garden.**
The council delegate gave an in-
teresting report. Miss LaRue will
meet with us March 12, at the
home of Mrs. Page, and give a
The dub regrets losing Mis.
Chas Kerr and Mrs. Floyd Turn-
er, who have moved away. The
club welcomes Mmes. E. Cox, M.
Amber Henry, Conway, Ark ; Cul- J. Bentley, Robert Pearce and
len Ussery, Winona; Mrs. Dora Irvin Faucett as new members.
Taylor, Dewitt Ussery and Romie, Mrs. Carl Billups assisted the
Ussery, Clarksville; Mrs. Florence hostess serve a delicious refresh-
Wiley, Tyler; Paul Ussery, Dallas, ment plate.—Reporter.
Use the cash system & save money
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Baker’s SemiSweet Chocolate, Jumbo size lie
Lipton’s Noodle Soup, 3-Pace............25c
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The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1942, newspaper, March 5, 1942; Detroit, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth854901/m1/1/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.