The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1947 Page: 3 of 4
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Modern Drug Store
Mils Pollyanna Ca vender visit-
ed at Hugo this week.
Mack Bailey of Dallaa was a
Detroit visitor this week.
We Have Just Installed an
j Mrs. Ira Cras and daughter.
I fen:, rt turned to their home at
j Merkel last week after a visit to
Mrs. Sidney Pratt!
Mr. ahd Mrs. Steve Rumors are
here from Electra on a visit.
All Electric New Lifaid Seda Feaataia
and are prepared to serve our customers
the very beat in Fountain Drink*
Detroit Drug Co.
your Home Owned Drug Store V. H. and R. C. Morgan
Mrs. J. B. Trimble of Paris via*
ited her sister, Mrs J. H. Pratt.
Leslie Curry left Wednesday to
return to Lang Beach, Calif., after
a visit to his mother, Mrs. K. W.
Wortham. Mr. and Mrs. Coy
Pittman and baby accompanied
Drive in at your
Mr. and Mrs. R C Morgan
were Terrell and Dallas visitors
Harold Holloway came in today
from San Antonio for the Fourth
John Chat. Fisher of Demur,
111., is expected here this week end
for a visit.
I Mrs. C D. Bcurne Jr. and chib
dsen returned to their home at
i Louie Boolware has contacted
to carry the North Star Route,
^succeeding Leon Kilmer.
I Mr. and Mis. Scott Doliios
were here last week cn route from
Cushing, Ok*a. , to Houston.
Earl Roberts is at home from
Tyler, where he is attending Com-
mercial College, for the Fourth.
All Bay Jaly 4tk
tad have year car aervkcd with
Fha Orief and Sky Oriel
Havolina and Texaco Oil
Grassai and Karosena
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee and
Mis. J.H. Lee of Dallas were De-
troit visitors last week end.
7 p. n. ovary day
A. B. CARTER
Consignao Phono 10
Mrs. Virgil Walker left Wednes-
day for Corpus Christ! to vkfe her
son, S-3c Thos. A. Walker.
Mis. Frank Norris left this week
for a visit to her parents, Dr. and
Mis. JJ*. McKJarick, at Arlington.
- NOTICE —
Mrs. J.M. Rodgers was brought
to the home of her daughter, Mrs.
&F. Gibson, from Talco Friday.
Mr- and Mrs. John H. Sanders
and little son, Ronnie, came in to-
day for a visit to Mr. and Mia
J. CR Sanders.
Mrs. Arch Chamblcts returned
Wednesday from an extended visit
to her daughter. Mis. Dillard
Parker, at Freeport.
Fur the Eaential Education
of Your Child with a
Monthly Saving Plan
^Amrican Natl. Ins. Co.
Write or Call
J. O. FLETCHER
MS First Nshmal leak Bl%.
PjJUS, TEXAS PHONE 58S
INSURANCE ■ NOTARr
O’fria Jr. and
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC
and Westinghouse Electric Comforters
What! Buy an
Sure' By Buying
now and Paying
only 5125 A week
i Can have it near
Iy Male Paid For.
and take it Home
And use it when I
need IT This Fall!
Sam D. Hughston of Kingsville
is visiting his brother. Roes Hugh-
ston, at Oarksville, while recuper-
ating and spent a few hours with
Detroit friends Wednesday.
Ilf S. Haia Paris PW, 1
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rose of
Garland, Ark., visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Skaggs last
week end and Lewis, Junior * and
Howard Skaggs accompanied them
D E A D
Phaas IS1 Paris, Cslect
PARIS SOAP WORKS
WITH A "BRAIN”
Just dial the warmth yarn wont
1t« tut BMS THE MOST LIXIRIOIS
UEEPWO COMFORT YOB YE EVER MOWH!
. . wa«l its** O-E Auiooiauc OLokct n;u*a*
rnsos si ai.(orti.tfii.aHy nil oitht lowg, The
intom »fi< blanket *»ve» *s*i:
ffirc-s a .nance to a*»Ure yourxli cl luxurious sleeping
comfort next winter at a cox* xo »mall you II never mix*
it. Buy your automatic blanket during thix Lay-Away
Sale. Pay ax linle as $1.25 a week until one third of the
purchase price has been paid. Then take the blanket
home and u*e k while you pay the balance in $5.00
monthly installments. Your blanket will be paid for
before you know it—and meanwhile youll enjoy the
Mr and Mrs. Robe. George
Newsome carried their little four-
year-old daughter, Becky Lou, to
the Scottish Rites Hospital at
Dallm Wednesday for treatment.
AUOVfi WARMTH — acatlr warm* «k«
•hole hot No cold iron to chill frrt.
WARMTH WITHOUT WIIOHT — ti*ht a* OM
NO MORE COIO HSMI I at a on blanker
GET HEAVY NOW- FOR COMFORT NEXT WINTER'
COMMUNITY PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY
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The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1947, newspaper, July 3, 1947; Detroit, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth854981/m1/3/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.