The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1942 Page: 3 of 4
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Lunch Kits, Thermos Jugs,
Watches, Alarm Clocks
Flash Lights and Batteries
Galo Single Edge Razor Blade*. 7 for
>aliftr Douldc Edge Ha/<>r Itla*i**>. 10 for
Tree! Siiio|«- Edge Razor Blades. 1 for
Star Single Edge Razor Hlado. 1 for . .
<»i 1 l**lt«* Double I Ige Razor Blades. 1 for
^etruit Jlntt) Cu,
The 'ftoHucJU, store
Phone No. 5
l Mrs. Fred Reep visited her
Th following announcement* mother and other relatives a few
arc subject to the action of the Jays last week.
| Mr. and Mrs. William Little
visited relatives at Detroit Sun-
Mrs. Bill Plant and baby of
For Congress, First District
Forjudge 102 District Court
Mrs. J. E. Lawson is visiting
relatives in Texarkana.
Mias Sybie McCormack,
teaches at De Bidder, La
turned home Wednesday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Roach, Sunday right, a daughter, i
J. S. Stubb, who is working in
Dallas, spent the week end with
| his wife and daughter.
Miss Joyce Latham is visiting n
Dallas ! Mr. George Thomas Finch- |
j er are visiting her mother on Rt.2. J
Paycash at Melton’s and save Mr Fincher wiM kave for thc
Just one evidence at tW
and our vast industrial army —a Mfcsa far
conducted at one General electric factory r
For District Clerk
E. W. BOWERS
For County Clerk
For Sheriff. Red River County
For County Judge
A. G SKAGGS
MARION A. LAWSON
For County Superintendent of
JOHN T. FELTS
For County Commissioner,
Precinct No. 2
P. W. (Ped) FLEMING
For Constable, Precinct 4
J. L. STRAIN
Re-election, second term
Texarkana visited relatives here
Mr. and Mrs. George Reep and
daughter visited Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Reep this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Jones and
baby of Texarkana visited tela-
tives here Sunday.
Mrs. Overa Somerville visited
Mrs. Tilmon Lee and family Sun-
J. R. Currin and granddaughter,
Mildred Pearl, returned home
Monday from a visit^with relatives
Little Ann Bolton of Clarksville
is visiting her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Clark Cox.
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Crump vis-
ited relatives out of the communi-
Mrs. Wilmer Hudson and little
daughter, Sally, spent Monday in
the home of Mrs. Tilmon Lee.
Mrs. Tilmon Lee and Mrs. Eula
Lamb n ade a business trip to
Clarksviile Monday and attended
church at Bagwell Sunday night.
Misses Nina Sue Lee and Henri-
etta McCoy visited Bettie Sue
Melton cne day last week.
, on your next groceries. adv.
| • Mr and Mrs. Perry V. Travis
of Frar.kston and Texarkana were
guests of Detroit friends Sunday.
Mrs. T. A. Leavelle and Mr.
and Mrs. Les Lane and children
visited relatives at Maxey Sunday.
Mrs. T. F. Young of Kress is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. |. A.
Try us for groceries and ♦etd. We
will deliver.—Car vie Bailey, adv.
Miss Mary Frances Kerr is vis-
iting her brother, Chas. Kerr, and
family of Houston.
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Harvey and
children and A W. Ryberg return-
ed home Tuesday from a visit to
• J. A. Sample, who was carried
to a Paris sanitarium for treat-
ment Friday afternoon, is improv-
Want to buy—Good Bicycle—at
a reasonable price.
Carlton Billups Detroit.
Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Wilson and
children, Helen and Nathan, of
Avery are visiting Detroit friends
Mrs. S. R. Parks and son and
daughter, Dr. S. R. Parks and
Miss Nannie Parks, of Dallas are
guests of Detroit friends today.
Go to Melton’s Cash Store for
groceries and save money — Every-
thing fresh and clean. adv.
Mrs Claude Smith and daugh-
ter, Miss Virginia Ruth, are spend-
ing the week with relatives at
Try us for groceries and feed We1
will deliver. —Carvie Bailey, adv. J
Mrs. Jimmie Latimer and
daughter, Miss Royce. were here
this week from Clarksville visiting
Mrs. Frank NSrris went to Ar-
lington Wednesday for a visit with
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. F.
Mrs. Thos. Keys and son, John
Thomas, of Sand Springs, Okla.,
are attending the bedside of her
father, J A. Sample.
Mrs. Tom White and children
of Garland, Ark., are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
Arlis Wilsford, who had been
visiting his mother, has gone to
Kilgore for a visit before returning
to San Antonio.
Rev. A. B. Lennox, colored, left
Friday for Omaha, Neb., to visit
his son, Dr. C. B. Lennox, and for
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gullion of
Zephyr are visiting his father, D.
F. Gullion, and other rdatives.
Mr. Gullion has been accepted in
air corps and is awaiting his call
Miss Ruby Bourne, who teaches
at White Oak, a consolidated
school near Longview, has return-
ed home, her school having closed
SEE ME FOK YOUR
Fire &. Tornado Insurance
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
T. P. GUEST
1. Electricity it vital to the run-
ning of every submarine It does
an amazing variety of important
jobs, from turning the propeller to
cooking the coffee.
2. For that season, there must be'
well-trained electricians on every
underwater craft. At this schocl.
Navy electricians attend clnaaes
taught by G-E engineers.......
4. This is but on
thorough training which the U.S.'
Navy gives its men. so that the j
vital equipment at war will always' .
be ready for action. ’ ~ .'
A *^-VW *■*"'«
A........and go out into the
shops where they watch workmen
construct the same kind of elec-
tric equipment that will some
day be put in their charge.^
General Electric believes that its first duty'as a
good citisen is to be a good eoldier.
’ -S-r’fr'*1' ‘-0^1 ■ _______
Miss Edwina St Qair, who is
employed with the Southern Bell
Telephone Co , in Shreveport, La.
was a week end visitor of her par- ,. . , „ „
ents, Mr. anJ Mrs. T. A Sr Clair, H?,7nS\“f . .
Mrs. Chas. Campbell and little
daughter, Joanne, of Dallas were
Mr. and Mrs. Murice Miller and I gUests 0f her parents, Mr. and
son Arville, and a Mr. Miller of |Mrs D K Kjngf jaSt week end.
Mosley visited Mr. and Mrs. Os-j
c ir Miler Sunday. . j Mrs. Grant Harrison returned
Mrs Jeff Teener and Mrs Ivy home Saturday from a week’s visit
Williams of Bagwell v isited Mr., with her son, David Harrison, ard
anJ Mrs Wilmer Hudson Sunday. Hmily of Dallas. ........ ^
\1r arid Mrs. Lee Scrimsher of
Brown wood visited her parents
Mr and M;s Pat Melton Sunday
- — ' tiu-ir (items. Mr. anJ Mrs. | H. !cn ,ou,c <° Ft. Bcnivng, Ca„
Aldus Machine Paper, i ro's Pull, And Mr and Mrs Fredj»has ^ transferred, to
^ ' Milam - tnttr officers training school
Blanton Crock News
Several enjoyed a fish fry at
John Eastman’s Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Cray vis-
ited relatives at Bagwell Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Thompson
visited their daughter near Cooper
Mrs. Allie Hastings visited El-
bert Stevens and family Monday.
Mrs. Oscar Miller and baby cf
Clarksville visited relatives here
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Norwood
of Detroit are visiting their grand-
daughter, Mrs. H. H. Wolfe.
Mrs. Kay Taylor, accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Taylor;
and daughter, visited her mother, *
Mrs. M. B. Pierce, near Clarks-
Mrs. Lizzie Wright and daugh-
ter, Mrs. Bill O’Neal* and baby
visited Mrs. Gavin Graham Tues-
Melva Stephens visited Sybil
All Gas Cash
Effective January 1
Calf Courtesy Cards Hoaored
Good Gulf Gasoline. . . 16c
All Gulf Products Sold,
We appreciate the _
yoa have accorded as ia
Mrs. Ben Taylor received a
message from her sister, Mrs. C.
S,afl Sgt. Paul L Geers of Co.: U Morgan, of Min.er Friday say-
Gulf Service Station
On the Corner
RAGSDALE GARRISON, Maaager
1, I44:h Inf , Eure Ra, Cali., was
Sidney Pratt and Jeff Chumley
of Ft Knox Ky , came in. Wed-!the Kuest of his aum-
nesday for a few days visit with and fami,y Wednesday while ,
ing that her son, Hobart, had ar-
Mrs ’Ellis rived safely over seas.
Methodist Church Appointment
im aTvt~4 i • 1 ^TRnrrm
HOW TO MAKE YOUR
An elect tu 1 r, 1 rr r*. a rcicssm in the modern
home—but iroro arc no longer being manu-
f.icturtxi and you mat not be able to get a
new one later on. so it’s a piss! idea to take
good Care of the iron you ha\e. Here arc
1 some hints that you will find helpful
Keep bottom of iron clean Vi ait until iron
is cool, thi-n wipe off with damp eloth. If
neeessan . use soapsuds or vers mild acouring
powder Wipe off with dun damp dott
Newer immerse four iron in water Doiug
so may result in damage to heating «4errw-nf
nevt time you connect it.
Avoid scratching vile plate. IOo not iroi
over buttons. zippers or other hard articles
Iron around them
He careful not to drop yxmr iron>prop
ping puts more irons out of commission thar
any other one thing _______________ i
Don t lex iron cord touch the hen iron or
rub continuously on edge of hoard. Either
may wear off insulation Replace the cord at
the first sign of wear
First Sunday- Fulbright,
m; Cross Roads, 7 pm.
Mrs. G I Willis and daughters, j Second Sunday-Detroit U a n.
Misses Wanda Fay and Martha, nd 7 p. m . Liberty, 3 pm
Nlie,.of Henrietta and Mrs E. B.t Third Sunday Bag'.vt” 11 d. r ,
Thompson and daughter, Billy and 7 p. m. ,
Rub the sole plate of your iron once a
month or sh w ith a gtHxf grade of paraffin or
beeswax. W ipi- off on paper or cloth.
If ron has. become soiled or starch has
snick to it. sprinkle some salt on a newspa
per and run the iron over it
Don t disconnect iron by yanking on cord
Release bv pulling plug at convenience outlet
Always he sure the iron is perfectly cold be-
fore putting it fiway
Remember this Its the eontaet*of heat with
the dampen, f garment that removes wtinkles,
not pressure or weight So save your strength
aid let rhe heat do the toh
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hrx.kW-t on iare an,1 use of appliances P.1, Sx irh
helpful information juftf useful household hints, ii »
yours for (hr asluni
COMMUNITY PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY
BUY U S WAR SAVINGS BONDS AND STAMPS
Bcrniccc of Bellvue were gueits of
their parents, Re v and. Mrs. G. C.
Smbh, of Wood'and last week
Car’ Robinson was here last
week end visiting his parents. Mr ;
and Mrs. J. A. Robinson, while cn
route from Ponca City, Okla., to'
New York City, and \lr. anu Mrs.
i Robinson carried him to Fort
Worth Sunday, and they visited,
relatives in Dallas and Arlington.
j Leonard McIntosh, colored, who
formerly iived at Detroit and who
works for U S. Marshal S. C.
I Stiles, died at his home in Texar-
kam, where he had moved, to-
day. The body is neing brought
bark to Detroit for burial.
Fourth Sundiy Detroit 11 a.irt j
and 7pm j
Rev. A L Roberts, pastor.
7- p„s.tnou«>» P*c . Aloioa
. AN. SCi M k r 8ROPP-
Strain foi Re-election
J L Stra n, who announces this
week for re-«]eeUion, second term,
to the office coustablc, precinct
No. 4, asks that you investigate
his record and gi\ • his name your
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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/m1/3/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.