The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1942 Page: 1 of 4
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The Detroit News-Herald
0LD3ERIES VOL. 4«
DETROIT. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 28.1942.
SATURDAY. MAY 30
Buck Jones, Tia McCoy and
Raymond Hatton in
‘|6WN TEXAS WAY’
SATURDAY NIGHT PREVIEW
SUN. & MON MAY 31-JUNE 1
THE VANISHING VIRGINIAN’
with Frank Morgan and
TUES & WED. JUNE 2-3
A Gentleman at Heart
with Carole Landis & Cesar Romero
THURS. & FRI. JUNE 4-5
^.ay Milland & Panlette Goddard in
"The Lady Has Plans"
Pictures of Detroit
Boys in Service
The families of Detroit boys in
Detroit Raises $124,s in the USO Drive
Chairman Expresses Appreciation
The deposits at the Detroit Frank Ya'.es, Dempse Davis, John
Marketing Association today soow- Curlee, Chink Phillips, Jim Brown,
ed that Detroit and surrounding Fennis Pittman, George Riley,Otis
i Williams, Air Corps, Qmc., Far-
linger, La.; and David Williams,
USMC , Camp Elliott, San Deigo,
Cali Other pictures are:
Sgt. C. E. Edwards, 479th Sch.
Sqd., HA Gunnery School, Har-
lingen, Texas, and John L. Ed-
1 wards, 62nd Pur. Sqd., Newark,
j N. J. Sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Sgt. Homer R. Edwards, Bt. C ,
32nd. Bn., 8th Tr, Reg., Ft. Sill,
Okla., and Sgt. Leighton Edwards,
Tp. A, 5th Cav., Ft. Bliss, Texas.
Sons of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ed
Tuesday June 30. has been do. Tch S81' >rms ,E , Farm'r’
ignated by the President as the Municipal Air Port.^jacksonv,He.
service aTe leaving pictures at the' communities had raised $124.15 Bailey, 15c, and Nancy Lennox,
Ramsey Store and they will be I°r the LSO in the present dnve. 20c.
displayed in the show window this $63.54 was reported in last week s Mrs> BoyCP Campbell, the chair-
week end and other pictures will paper and tht list turned in this man> expressed her appreciation
be added as brought in. Mrs. An-^ week Any name omitted is acci- t0 thc committee and to the pub-
me Williams is distinguished by|dental. -lie for their whole-hearted sup-
having the greatest number of sons ( w T. Crittenden, $1 00; Henry , port,
in the service, three, Russell Wil- j Ritchey, 25c; Mrs. Mary Waters,
liams, Air Corps, A. E. F.; Casey i0c; Mrs. Rena Stiles, 10c; Mrs.
18-20 Group Register
Tuesday, June 30
date for registration of men 18 and
19 years old and those who have
become 20 since Feb. 16. This will
complete for the present the regis-
tration of th e nation’s manpower.
Woman’s Culture Club
Fla , and St. Sgt Chas Farmer,
Kelly Field, San Antonio. Sons of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Farmer.
H. W. Morgan, Ath. IDept , U.
U. Naval Training Sta., Norfolk,
Va. Son of Mrs. L- G. Morgan.
Tech. Sgt. Marshall Whitener,
81st Air Base, ACCS. Harlingen,
Texas Son of Mr. and Mrs. M.
M The last meeting of the club
year was held Friday afternoon
sjb with Mrs. Emory Cassell. The
pHr rooms were tastefully decorated1 Ft. Richardson, Alaska. Brother
ifj with Spring flowers. of Mrs. E B. Byron.
Mas R. C. Morgan, president,1 Pvt- Ernie Lee Davis, Bty. D,
presided over the meeting and the \ 29 CTAB, Camp Wallace, Texas.
!|| following officers were elected: Mr anH Mrs. Pete Davis.
President, Mrs. O. W. Davis.
Russell, 10c; Mrs. Pearce, 25c;
Mrs Garrison, 50c; Mr. and Mrs.
Grant Harrison, $1.00; Mrs. John
Littrell, 20c; Mrs. Roscoe Martin,
50c; Mrs. Henry Shaip, $1.00;
Mrs. H. S. Flippo, 25c; Mrs, Ad-
die Walker, 50c; Mrs: |. R. Sharp,
50c; Mrs Chas. Lyons, 25c; Mrs.
Lee Jones, 25c; Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Watson, 25c; Mr. and Mrs.
Ferguson, 50c; Elizabeth Fergu-
son, 25c; Mrs. J. W. Byron, 50c;
Mrs Knox Martin, 50c; Mrs. Ce-
cil Latimer, 50c; Mrs M. M.
Whitener, 50c; W. O. Gough, 50c;
Mrs. Annie Williams, 50c; Mrs.
Wayland Stringer, 25c; Mrs. W.A.
Wilkins, 25c; Miss Nerva Joplin,
25c; Miss Pearl Guest, 25c; Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Norris, $1.00; Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie T. Griffin, $1.00;
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Norris, 50c;
Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Roberts, 50c;
Claude Smith, $1.00; Mrs. E. B.
Lyle, 25c; Mrs. Earnest, 50c; Mrs.
Hamil Womack, 50c; S. T. Crit-
tenden, $1 00; Mrs. John Garner,
50c; J. E. Ladymon, 25c; Mr and
1st. vice-president, Mrs. Emory
2nd. vice-pres’dcnt, Mrs Leslie
Secretary, Mrs. V’ H. Morgan
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Davis.
John Henry Bailey. Nav. Train-
ing Sta., Great Lakes, III Son of
Mr. and Mrs. Garvie Bailey.
Stiles Conley, Co. B, 62 Ven ,
Camp Robinson. Ark. Son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. M Conley.
J. M. Stallings, Amm. 3c, USN,
Treasurer, Mrs Hamil Womack. I s.|d. 11 B, Cabiness Field, Corpus
-Vv Critic and parliamentarian, Mrs. jChristi. Son of Mrs. R. P. Stal-
Frank Norris. ! lings.
Four tables of “42” were ar- j Corp. Wm Mack (Billy Reece,
;:<j ranged for the members and two j 18th Fid. Art , 13. Bat., Ft. Sill,
guests, Mrs. C. P. Graves and Ok. Son of the late Mack Reece
Ml Mrs. T P. Guest. i Corp. Bennie W Faucett, Co B,
■ $ The hostess was assisted by her !9th Inft., APO No. 2, Ft. Sam
daughters, Misses Dorothy and Houston. Texas. Son of M. A.
Allcne, and Miss Ruth Venable in Faucett
I serving a delightful refreshment! |ames Leavelle, Naval Hospital,
pjatc Corona, Cali. Son of Mr. and Mrs.
_ j R L. Leavelle.
Ml Era News
John Page, U. S. N. O’Bien,
San Francisco, Cali. Son of Mrs
Grandma Ragland of Midway p
spent the week end with Mr. and | ‘|;1S p. Morton. Co. C, 7S lnft.,
Mrs. Bennie Ragland. j 3fd p,ant Camp Roberts, Cali.
Mrs. Hawley visited Mrs. Jen ■
nie Smith Saturday. ^nic' at Presbyterian Church
Arline Robert spent the week
end with his aunt, Mrs Oscar Me- Rev Joe Everhart, who has re
Doin, of Ward’s Chapel cently been called as pastor of the
Miss Maude Woods visited Mrs. J Presbyterian church ol Clarksville,
|§ C. P. Martin, who is on the sick;will preach at,the Detroit Presby-
list*Saturday. j terian church Sunday morning at
Dewey I lolccr of Ward's Chap- 11 o’clock. Everyone is invited to
el visited Lonnie Skaggs Sunday. attend this service.
Hardware and Undertaking
Lone Star Farm. 1 gal. 55c Pure Hihhon Cane, 1 gal.60c
Slate Fair, 1 gallon. 55c Griffin Golden Corn. gal. 65c
l*k». Post* Raisin Bran with 1 pkg. Grape Nut Flakes 15c
Large size Post 1 oasties.....................
. . 15c
Pilchards, two 1-lh. cans...................
. . 25c
Del Monte Catsup. 1 Goz....................
Canning Time Soon
Plenlt Jars. Jar Gaps and Rings
Apple and Distilled Vinegar in Bulk
Robt. E. Anderson, Qtm. Cps., Mrs Boyce Campbell. $1.00; Mrs
W. L. McCormack, 25c; Mrs. R
T. Morgan, 10c; Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Sharpe, $2.00; Hassell Rob-
erts, 25c; Mrs. W. G. West: 50c;
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Carter, 50c;
Luther Shiver. 50c; E. T. Milam,
50c; Tom Newman, 50c; J. P Mil-
ler. 35c; J S. Adams, 50c; G. O
Adams, 50c;Sammie Adams. 25c;
J. B. Pearce, 50c; A O. Morris,
$1.00; Mr. and Mrs. S. Cowan,
$2.00; Walter Covington, 50c; S.
D. Gibbs,,2 5c; Mrs K. Foster, 50c;
Betty Jetfus, 50c; Mrs. R. E. Lea-
velle,, 25c; Ola Mae Good, 5c;
Shelton Wortham, 25c; Marceline
Wortham, 15c; Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Mosley, 10c; Mable Harrison, 15c;
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gibson, 45c;
J undell Gibson, 5c; Mrs. Mfttie
Scott, $1.00; S. S. Unsell, 25c;
Mrs. Cora Freemen, $1.00; Bill
Ford and family, $1 30; Mr and
Mrs. Lee Bench, $1.00; Ed Smith,
Sr., 5c; Mrs. Lonie Pearson, 25c;
Mrs Maggie Bell Franklin, 25c;
W. B. Morns, 25c; Don McGuire,
10c; Mr. and Mrs Wayne Mc-
Guire 25c; Francis Freeman, 50c;
L W. Hawley, 10c; N. C. Good,
10c; Cecil Austin 10c; Mrs. Vera
Ga dy >0c;J W. Rater and tam
ily $1.00, A ) McGuire, 25c; A
E. Hayes, >0c; Virgil Walker,
$1.01): Mrs. B. B Harrison, $1.00:
Dan Brackett 10c; Mildred Fish-
er. 10c; Mrs. W. M. Hollings-
worth, 25c; Mrs. W. \1. Conley,
19c; Jessie Wright 25c; Mrs. Tom
Smith, 15c; Jack Harrison, 15c;
M O. Baker, 25c; Mr and Mrs.
Chas. B. Flippo, $1 50
The following colored people
contributed 10c each: Emergene
Phillips, Alberta Tucker, lola Ba-
ku, Mollie O. Carreathers, Carrie
Pitman, Mary Phillips, Lula Din
widdie, Maggie Perkins, Evie Lee
Davis, Lottie Haynes, Susie Hayn-
es, Nina Jones, Annie Nelson,
Kathryn Young, Lue Scott, Mary
Scott, Maggie Phillips, Lucile
Thomas Susie Liggcns, Odie Cray,
Edith Dunwood, Miud Cornell,
Leola Curlee. Joctta Savage, Mary
Lee, Annie B. Hicks. Daisy Hicks,
Virgie Wilson, Albert Baker, Rob-
ert L Boone, Harry Nelson, Har-
ry Carreathers, Roy Dinwiddie,
George Randcls. Robert' Curlee,
Ferris Pittman, Dan Hill, Dock
Scott, John Cornell, Henry Dun-
wood. Wade Smith, Alfred Jones,
M. L Warren Dies
at Detroit Tuesday
M. L. Warren, 76 years old, who
suffered another ttrolce a few School Missionary of the Presby-
days ago, died at his home in De- terian Church, will conduct a coov
June 2 to 12
Msas Kathryn Bartlett. Sunday
troit Tuesday afteinoon at 3
o’clock, all eight of the children
being at lis bedside when he pass-
Mr. Warren was a native of
Mississippi, but his parents mov-
ed to Texas when he was five
years old and settled at Maple
Springs, now Bogata, where he waa
reared and made his home, except
two or three years in Lamar coun-
ty and the residence in Detroit.
The funeral services were held
at Bogata Wednesday afternoon
at 2:30 o’clock, conducted by Rev.
S. C. Wilhire, Methodist pastor at
Talco, with burial at Bogata cem-
etery. Ballbearers were C. H.
Thompson, Pete Davis, B. L. De-
Viney, A. A. Bivins,) D. F. Gul-
lion and F. H. Melton.
Surviving are his wife and these
eight children: Ben Warren, De-
port, Rt. 1; Nathan Warren, Hous-
ton; Mrs. W. H. Sulsar, Bogata;
Mrs. Bessie Summers, Detroit,
Mrs. L. E. Day, Athens; Mrs.
Ruth Ward, Bogata; Mrs. Donald
Spears, Bogata; and Mrs. Ralph
Walker, Abilene, besides 29 grand-
children and 7 great grandchildren
What 1/044. &444f, WtiU
Aside from the sixty-mile an hour
Mosquito Torpedo Boats, the Sub
Chasers are the speedsters of our
Navy. Light and fast, they are the
eyes of the Fleet on the water. They
displace approximately 1,500 *
and cost about $2,400,000 each.
To the People of the
District of Texas
It is with a deep sense of grati-
tuded that I again announce my
candidacy for re-election to Con-
gress from the First Congressional
District of Texas. You haye been
exceednigly kind to me in the past
for which I am grateful. I have
been devoting every effort to re-
pay you for your kindness, your
trust, and your confidence, by en-
deavoring to render the very best
services it was possible for me to
render. All of my time and efforts
have been devoted to that end.
Returning to Congress consecu-
tively is not only a traditional in-
terest of our state, but our legisla-
tive processes make experience and
seniority necessary to prestige,
power and National leadership.
The President, our Commander-
Chief, in this crisis must have the
unqualified support of Congress in
prosecuting the war to an early
and satisfactory conclusion. Much
legislation will be necessary and I
feel that I can be of essential ser-
vie to our District, our State and j
our Country in the position I am
Patriotism in a great emergency
subn erges politics, and yet, poli-
tics is necessary because a Democ-
racy cannot function without the
people electing Representatives to
serve them. Politics means the
masses controlling and the masses
cannot control without elections.
Therefore it is necessary for the
people to interest hemselves in
politics even in time of war. How-
ever, we are all more interested in
Victory, which must be paramount
to everything, for without it, all is
In this emergency, it is the duty
of everyone to serve in the place
and in the capacity where his ser-
vices are most urgent 1 know that
the difference between Victory and
defeat is the difference between
slavery and poverty under the
Axis Powers and freedom and
plenty under the L’nited Nations.
It is my hope that you will con-
sider my record in the past to be
constructive and helpful and suffi-
cient to justify my re-election.
Your vote and influence arc so-
licited and will be very much ap-
This request is made subject to
the action of the Democratic pri-
mary, July 25, 1942.
munity Vacation Bible School at
the Baptist church at Detroit,
ginning Tuesday, June 2, and dos-
ing with a program Friday night,
June 12. The morning session will
be 8:30 to 11:30 o’clock.
All the churches of the town are
expected to cooperate and assist
in making this a fine community
Bible school. Every child in the
community is cordially invited to
attend this school.
Miss Bartlett was scheduled to
be in Detroit today to confer with
local assistants in arranging for
at Austin May 16
Miss Walter Merle Cone, who
teaches language arts in the De-
troit Grammar School for the past
three years, was married at the
home of a relative in Austin Sat*
urday. May 16, to Cal Western of
Sulphur Springs, who has recently
joined the United States armed
N They are making their home in
Edward Gandy Weds
Mary Fay Emory
Richard Edward Gandy and
Miss Mary Fay Emory, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Emory,
who live west of Detroit, were
married Saturday night at the
home of Justice of the Peace D. A.
Chambers, who officiated. They
are at home in Detroit.
We need many of these powerful,
fast little boats to cope with the
treacherous submarine type of na-
val warfare fostered by our ene-
mies. Everybody can help pay for
more Sub Chasers by putting at
leest ten percent of his income into
War Bonds. Buy Bonds or Stamps
every pay day. Buy them from
your bank, your post office, or from
your office or factory through the
Payroll Savings Plan.
V. S. Treasury Vrfartment
Memorial Service at Legion Park
ClarksviUe Sunday 3 p. m.
Qarksviile Legion Post will
hold a Memorial service at the Le-
gion Park in Clarksville Sunday
afternoon at 3 o’clock. All World
War veterans are urged to take
part in this service. The public is
Send in your news items.
Seivices at Cross Roads and
Th* re will be preaching at Cross
RoaJs'Sunday at 11a. m. and at
Liberty at 8:30 p. m.
A. L. Roberts, paifor.
Observe Holiday Saturday
The Detroit Federal Credit
Union will be closed Saturday in
ouservance ot Memorial Day.
Certified Sweet Potato Slips —
and a few bushels seed peanuts.
Use the cash system & save money
Use Cotton Goods
Strips and Plaid Seersucker ..............49c-59c
Flock Dot Voiles, Dotted Swiss and Stripe Dmity 39c
Fast Color Printed Batiste ............25c
PRINTS........19c - 25c - 29c
WHITE TAPIOCA, 2 «-oi. pkgs................2Sc
ROTAL TAPIOCA PRORIRO, 3 J-oi. pk*t. .......2Sc
I0TAL PIIPLE OIAPE JIICE, 1-pt.............20c
QOAKER GRAHAM FLOII, 3-lbs............... lie
IEL IIXI HOMIIT, 1-lk., 13-u.cu...........lie
ARMOIR’S STM POIR 0 REMS, 1-*. 1S-»i„ 15c
S-lb. Sir, SSe 1-lb. Jar, 31c H-O. Jar, 10c
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The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1942, newspaper, May 28, 1942; Detroit, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth855004/m1/1/: accessed August 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.