The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 11, 1935 Page: 1 of 4
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Glenn, the son of Mr. and Mr*
W. H. Murphy of Avery, and
Miss Toad Burrus, daughter of
Mrs. Leia Burrus of Fulbright,
were married at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John Guilioa in Detroit
Shackelford, pastor of the Meth-
odist church, performing the cer-
emony. They will made their
home at Avery. _____
SATURDAY. JULY 13
Starts II A M
Prices 19c & I5t
WILEY POST & HIS FAMOUS
AEROPLANE. THE WINNIE MAE
Use the cashsvstemand save money
S-T-R-E-T-C-H YOUR MONEY
Inspect These Values
Big Smith Overalls $1!!
“AIR * HAWK S”
with Ralph Bellamy & Tala Birell
PRE-VUE SATURDAY JULY 13
ONE TIME ONLY. 10 30 P M.
Ben Hecht s
THE FLORENTINE DAGGER”
With DONALD *OOD5-MAR-
GARET' LINDSAY C. AUBREY
SMITH-HENRY 0 NEILL &
ROBERT BAR RAT
Fast Colors, asst patterns. . 79c
Whites and Patterns. - „ .$1.00
Pre-shrunk, Fade-prof .. $1.29
BV'ty*, pr. ........50c
Shirts ...... 25c A 50c
Shorts fast color, 25c-50c
Ravon ribbed Shirts, ,50c
SUNDAY & MONDAY, JULY 14- IS
JOE E. BROWN
In The Funniest Picture Of His
extra: extra: extra:
Authentic Motion Picture
BAER BRADDOCK FIGHT
Round by RounH
DON T MISS IT !!
Ask us how to make
your own spray
TUESDAY & WEDNESC'V
Teamed With Hally woods New
LOUISE RAINER in
COOL WASH FROCKS, ALL SIZES
Voiles, Organdies, Batiste, and Prints_____
NO. TWO TUBS, Each........57c
FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY
i Mrs Jim King died at her
I home at Kanawha Wednesday -t
r»:I0 p. m. after along illness
Funeral services were conducted
t>; Rev. J E. W eaver of Wood-
land, the pastor, at the Kanawha
Methodist church this afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
We print letter head-, bill
heids,?t itemMb, envelope, etc!.
Mav get you though
the chances are1000-1
you will escape, but—
Flies and Mosquitoes
are always a menace
Play safe, use Kill-ko
1 /,-pt. 25c; pt. 45c
Fruit & Veg
No 1, Doz ... L U<
good size, 2 for . .$1
bright yellow, dz ^O*
No. 5 tin....... . 01
STOP! LOOK! SAVE!
25 to 50 Percent Off
300 NEW SUMMER SILK DRESSES
Burial at the Ka
survived by a large circle of
fnends, besides her husband, a
daughter, Mrs. Ernest Boulware.
her mother,' Mrs. < Irace Adams,
four sisters, Mrs. Tom Braddock,
Miss Nor ah Adams and Mrs. Ad
Cordell of Manchester and Miss i
Reulah Adams, Norman, Ok,;
and four brothers, Charley Adams,
who is in the soldiers hospital in
Oklahoma; Allen Adams, Oklaho
ma City: Jim Adams, Clarksville;
Joe Adams, Manchester.
White, Pink, Blue, Green-Print*, Chiffon & Silk Suits
UGAH 20 Lbs. 5
Nothing makes a meal
HALF PRICE AND LESS
25c 49c and 98c
Lillian May, the seven-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Martin, who live in West Detroit,
fell Tuesday and broke her left
arm just above the wrist.
Emmett Ray, the three-year-
ofd son of Mr. and Mrs. E. N
Piratt of the Post Oak community,
broke bis left arm near the wrist
Tuesday when he fell-
ALL WHITE SLIPPERS
FOR MEN, WOMEN, BOYS AND GIRLS
SENSATIONAL LOW PRICES
ON ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE
And Save On Everything
2 cans Armour's M&IiM
I bust Ice Ckm* Pw«L £jC
COLORED SCMM. IMS
The school board have provid-
ed an additional room for the col-
ored school and have equipped it
Crai* wd« of D J Craig, princi.
pal, has been elected as the ad
ditional teacher, while Craig and
Harriet Smith have been reflect
body is invited.
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The Detroit News-Hera
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At lit* X.w Iteoutltul
l h« 1‘rkla t>l CUrk»t life*
SCIENTIFICALLY COOLED BY
MODERN WASHED AIR
. HURSDAY-FR1DAY. JULY 11-12
The Great G-MEN story so many of
Osr Patrons Im«« asked us to Show
1 “LET 'EM HAVE IT”
witk RLHARD ARLtN-VIRGlNIA
BRUCE-ALICE BRADY &
HDD CREDITS TO SCHOOL
The faculty for Detroit school
has been selected for the next
term as Mows:_______
H. E. Robinson, superintendent.
J. B. Broek, principal.
O. O. Richardson. Ringling,
Ok., vocational agriculture, new.
Miss Lorene Stallings, Denton.
Miss Raehelle Allen, Paris.
Miss Martha Page Ro gers,
Miss Exa Adams, Denton-:
Miss Ann Hamilton, ‘ierrel',
.V ss Zebuline Ferguson; Coop-
M:ss Helen Lou Stolz, Com
Miss Ruth Moore, Lott.'
Miss Hazel McElhanon, Com-
merce. conditional on transfers.
Miss Louise Martin, McKinney,
Miss Marjory Bryant, Nevada.
All of the oid faculty return,
-•except Ft. H. Crawford, who is
moving to Hiawau, where he will
be connected with a goverment
vocational school, ami Miss Ber-
liiece Whitten, who marrtwl it
the close of school. This gives
tjae school one and perhaps two
more teachers than last year.
The se .ool additional unit cred-
it for the home economics course
and had a u.:it for typwriting
. „ i etroit High Scoool now has
a latmg of 22" credits with the
State Department of Education.
BLUFF GRAVEYARD WORKING
TUESDAY, JULY 16
The annual graveyard working
a1- the Bluff will be Tuesday.
July IB. * Everyone interested is
requested tveome earfy anti bring
noes and ocher tools to work witn
Dinner on the „round and plenty
of ice water.
f . Fred Churruey.,
J. B. Pearce,
DETROIT.TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY It.
mu cqeiiiie in lunmimsfi.
The mail carriers from the Dr-' Miss Irma Deane Fowler, dep-
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KM IT BETH
troit office honored H. L. Phillips
and Geo. Ripley, retwisg carriers
of North Star uni South Star
routes, with a bah fry at the J. W.
Peterson ranch house, just east of
Ktomitia Thursday, July 4, and
a great day was experienced by
those present, about eighty.
Besides the supply of tish that
was prepared there was a abun-
dance of fried ehieken, salads,
pickels, cakes, pies. etc. to tempt
the appetite, which needed no
The Peterson ,-anc.i house is an
ideal place for an outing of this
kind, situated in beautiful place,
with large shade 'trees on the
lawn and yard, plenty of good
water furnished by a wed in the
yard and a large furnace at the
rear on which to cook. The house
consists of tive rooms, a large
Sleeping porch and two porches,
substantial comfortable and con-
Mr. Peterson has on display at
ranch house a number of interest-
ing relics that he has accumulat-
e l; one oFwhlch is a powder horn
that was brought from North
C arolina in the early day* and at
one time belonged to a man nam-
ed Shipp. It hae hand engraved
ship on it as well as a deer and
the hounds. There are old guns,
Indian relics, rocks, etc. to add
interest to the place.
Mr. Peterson has several hun-
dred. acres of grass in this ranch,,
which is stocked with Red Poll
Cattle. He has a splendid or-
chard that enhances the value of
Mr. Peterson is justly proud of
“Peterson's Ranch. Red Poll Cat-
tle” and is so big hearted that he
I enjoys his f. lends at this wonder-
eoncernLng the Detroit school
“A That high commendation
be expressed for the excellent
conditions found in this school.
“I. All of the school- desks
have been refinished by the fac-
' : “2. Sir teachers desks, 125.
school desks and 50- bentwood
chairs have been1 purchased
**.t A library room has been
built ind $400 worth of books
“-t. The walls of the main
building have been retirushed and
the stage remodeled.
“6. A piano, a radio and a
phonograph have been purchased.
“6. The toilet system has been
“7. A new drinking system has
been installed and washing facil-
ities provided, including towels.
“& A typewriting course has
. “b. A home economics depart-
ment Etas been added with new
equipment, practially all of which j
was cons true ted or« refinished by J
the boys and girls. I
“10 A workshop has been
added to the vocational building
and the entire building has been
repainted by them. i
“II. Five box heaters h ve
been replaced with new jacket
“12. The boys have made 16
work tables for typewriting,
home economies, and the elemen-
“13. A faculty workroom has
“B Pi!at praise be given for
the high type of morale found in
two successive visits to this
“C. That additional praise be
given for the worthy efforts put
forth to reach the interest of all
students, rural and urban, pat-
ronizing this school. A high
quality of academic work as well
as vocational work is being given
in this school. The citizens of
this community are to be con-
gratulated upon their fine cooper-
n iwha cemetery. ation. ami the superior leadership
Mrs King was reared in the wr- ny^troit school community.
“D. Sincere appreciation is
herein expressed for the attitude
toward standards and recom-
mehdations of the State Depart-
ment of Education."
TWO IPPUFOR DECREES
ilia* MarybelleCouncill and H.
W.Morgan of Detroit, students in
North Texas State Teachers Col-
lege at Denton, are doing practice
teaching in the teaching centers
maintained by the college for the
202 students who are doing super-
vised teaching this summer. The
college is maintaining teaching
centers in the public school
systems of Denton, utilizing a
ward school, the Demonstration
School, and junior and senior
Approximately 400 students
have filed applications for degrees
to be awarded at the close of the
summer session, August 22. A
majority of the 202 student
teachers expect to reeerve the
Bachelor's Degree at that tim*.
They being of that number.
delivered or at
The Detroit school board
-high grade— eredhy §ept. L See C. E. Dick,
orchard.—See secreteu y, or Neil Martin, presi-
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The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 11, 1935, newspaper, July 11, 1935; Detroit, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth901671/m1/1/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.