The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 30, 1933 Page: 1 of 4
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orange juice or something.
|oil ness, baby. just coffee, that
10 breakfast, that ain't «ven
excuse for breakfast."
... unheeding, walked out to
lck porch. "I don't care for
ling, thank you, Hannah,.,,
fnly she gave a tiny scream,
liat's the matter?" as"
ie canaryv—Mama’s canary—
line!” A frightened look came
s, Miss Ruth, that Bimbo gob ,
|. last night. Knew hr
golu' to. but your Mama
in't get rtd of him.”
realization smote Ruth
■force, it was a symbol..
-.was she the canary.
Tommy a—cat? She aql
('hat Is it. baby? What ail yo'
about?" asked Hannah
jothing ... nothing
lie phone rang. Hannah picked
Jhe receiver. "Hello... .yes, sir
lyes, Bir, she's right here.” She
led to Ruth. "Miss Ruth, it's
iot now. I don't want to talk
(litn now. After a while. • I’ll
I him after a while."
lannah talked into tlia phone.
.said she would call you after;
Ihile. .. yes. sir." She hung up*
|ted at Ruth for a moment, then
Ung her head, walked into thai
was several weeks later when
(tor Dan Davidge's nurse opened
door quietly to his office. “Mr*
rrow, Doctor," she announced. ’
l)octor Dan Davidge's nurse
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5 FRONT ROW
DETROIT, TEXAS f
Jean Parker and
pened the door quietly to
(flee. “Mr. Hajrrow. Doctor,"
"Send him in," said the Doct
Tommy came through the
oor. which was shut discreetly bc-
ind hirn. "Well, Doctor, I’m here.”
"Yes. Tommy. You don’t mind
f I call you Tommy?"
"No. Doctor, it's all right."
"I couldn't tf 11 you. of rourstr,
Dver the phone, what I wished'to
aik about, and most certainly I j
ouldn’t came to your home "
I Tommy lit a cigarette. "Well, I )■
haven't got any idea what you want,’
to sep me aboj.it.''
"Now, Son, let’s not begin that
way. You aren't here to be either
censored, criticized or bullied. Just!
please answer a few questions like (
a good, honest boy. and then we'll
arrive at something."
“Why, sure. I haven't anything
to ebneeal—only before you say
anything, I'm not going to marry
The Doctor smiled. "Ah, you see
how easy It. is for two men to un-
derstand each other when both of
them are determined to be frank.
You aren't going to marry whom?”
"Oh, well, I know. Ruth phoned
me that Bhe had a sort of fainting
spell or something and you were
there at the Harper home.”
“All right, son, let’s go on fron»t
there. Did you ever mention mar-'
rlage to this girl?”
"Never suggested It nor proposed
"Never! She kept hinting lot*
of Times, I know, about love and
marriage and those things, but I,
can’t afford to be married. Doctor.
I'm .going in business with my
father, and if anything like this
got out he would cut me off without
“Yes, I dare say a thing like this
would hurt your reputation ter-;
ribly. Of course, come to think Jflf
It, Ruth has a reputation, too. It
seems to me we should discuss that
"Well. It won’t get you anything,
to tell my people and make a big 1
stink and it won’t do Ruth a*y j
good, and It seems to me that a
big man like you, If you were her
friend and her family’e friend,
would kind of want to keep a thing
like thle hushed «p. Men and
women are different today. They
share an equal responsibility tn
things like this. 8he llketflne and
I liked her, and so whatever hap-
pened was jnst bound to happen,
that’s all.” Tommy looked at tha
floor. - 'I can get some money
take cere of whatever- has
care of.” t
late to uik
BAPTIST ALL-DAY MEET
Hugo, OkJa.— Miss Nellie Mc-
Daniel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Miss Marie Reynolds, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rey-
nolds of near Edcouch, and Orris
The Baptist W. M. U. met
Monday at the church and ren-
dered a Royal Service program., j 'p McDaniel of Goodland, and
Only a small part of the program | jjiymas Dooley Nuckols of Blos-
was rendered in the forenoon. isom, Texas, were married at
At the noon hour a bounteous' Woodland Wednesday afternoon,
covered dish luncheon was spread | Rev_ R M Firebaugh reading ,
and served to about fifty men, j ceremonv. Miss Ruby Price, i
women and children. After all j Theo Brandon, R S. Nuckols and i
had eaten, ample food was left, j w:. H. Nuckols of Blossom were!
which was arranged on plates j pregent
and sent out to the sick people.^ Mr. Nuckols, son of Mr. and j
and shut-ins, who could not at-1 Mrs w T xuckoIs of.......Blossom, j
*ehd. i operates a cafe and confectionery |
The afternoon session opene aj- Blossom, where the couple will!
at 1:3b o clock and the remainder j make their home,
of the program was rendered.
Special songs and music were
given by Miss Pierce and Mmes.
Hogue and Crittenden. Miss
Pierce, who is a foreign mission-
ary, was the honored guest of the
day. She gave a lecture, which
was very benefiicia! and was
greatly enloyed. She hopes to
be with us again before sailing
in June for Africa. A rising vote
of thanks was extended Mr. and
Mrs. Hogue for their loyal service
in Christian work since coming to
our town. Mrs. Ada Stodghill
bade the society good-bye, as
she was leaving the next day for
her new home. We regret her
going indeed She has been la-
wonderful help and a blessing in
this work and will be greatly
missed. Thirty-seven members
were present at the entire meet-
ing with Mr. Inzer and Revs.
Nevils and Hogue as guests.
The next meeting will be our
week of prayer and will meet
with Mrs. Homer Sharpe Mon-
day, Dec. 4.—Reported.
Jhe Baptist of Red-River and
Bowie counties are making plans
to ship their annua) car Of food
and clothing to the Buckner Or-
phans Home at Dallas. Tne car
will be loaded at DeKalb on De-
cember the 1st and 2nd. A com-
mittee is to be appointed in each
church to look after the collec-
tion and conveyance of supplies
to DeKalb. In the past the
Baptist of these two counties
have responded very freely, and
it :s expected that they will do so
again this year. The Orphans
Home receives much substantial
food and clothing from this
source each year.—Clarksville
Miller, son of P M. Miller of 'Thanksgiving
Mercedes, were married in Edin-
burg by Rev. C. R. .Brewster,
pastor of the Edinburg Methodist
church, at the church Friday
morning at 10:30 o’clock. “Mr.
and Mrs. Miller spent the week
end in Corpus Christi and return-
ed to Mercedes Sunday neon.
They are making their home on
The bride is a graduate of the
Edinburg high school and Mr.
Miller attended the local high
high, school Both have many
friends in the Valley. Mrs. Miller
has been a resident of the, Valley
for about three years and Mr.
Miller has lived in this section for
the past fifteen years. He is em-
ployed with the Central Chevro-
let Company.—Mercedes News-
Mrs. Miller is a former Detroit
girl, having spent her entire life
here, untiliibout three years ago
when the family moved to the
Valley. She attended Detroit
school and was a lovely and ac-
complished girl and had many
Mrs. Eva Guest, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Martin, and
J. Hugh Cecil Fox, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Fox of Rosalie,
were married at the home of Rev.
Charles T. Tally Jr , pastor of
the First Congregational church
of Paris, who officiated, Saturday
afternoon. They are popular
young people, who h¥Ve^*®any
who extend congratulations and
Past Due 30 Day Accounts
Those owing past due accounts
are kindly asked to call and settle
same. We have some obligations
to meet and ask you to give this
attention. Detroit Drug Co..
The business firms of Detroit
will meet Tuesday night Dec. 5,
and arrange to give away several
turkeys at Detroit, Saturday,
Dec. 9, and Saturday, Dec. 23.
Several turkeys will be given
away on each of these dates.
Presbyterian Church Service
FIONEER RESIDENT REID
L. J. Rosson, age 63, whose
death occurred Saturday at h s
home north of Mabry, was buii-
ed at New Shamrock cemetery
Sunday, Rev. McPhail, .pastor of
the Presbyterian church at that
place, officiating. Deceased was
a native of Texas and was an old
time resident of the county.
Surviving are his widow and sev-
eral children.—Clarksville Times.
SEDUCE M.E EMEU
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Martin! There will be union Thanks-
giving service at the Methodist
church Thursday night. Rev. A.
G, Coleman will bring the m38-
will celebrate their
home in Detroit.
They were married in Howard
County, Arkansas, Nov 28,1883,
and moved to Texas the next
year and located at Petty, where
they lived four years, then they
spent two years in Bowie County
before moving to Fulbright,
where thyy lived until 1905 when
they moved to Detroit.
They have five children living;
Elmer Martin, Fulbright; Will
Martin, Corpus Ghristi; Mrs. J.
L. Reece, Cali., Mrs. Minnie
Eichhorn, San Angelo and Mrs.
Geo Sharpe, Detroit. Two child-
ren died infancy.
The health of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin is not as good as it was.
These good people have lived use-
ful lives that will continue to
bear fruit in the years to come.
BIG DAI SUNDA!
As a result of a concerted drive
to enlist the membership the
Baptist church had a large at-
tendance at each of the services
last Sunday. The opening exer-
cises of Sunday School comprised
a Thanksgiving program by the
Juniors and a message by Mrs.
Inzer. 115 w^re present.
Miss Pearce, who is preparing
for foreign mission work in* Afri-
ca, brought an interesting mes-
sage at the 11 o’clock hour to a
well filled auditorium.
The B T. S. had 123 in at-
tendance at 6:30 p. m. and the
pastor brought the evening mes-
Goiug to Gin Saturday
The season is over,
J. I. McWilliams
There will be regular preach-
ing services at the Presbyterian
Come and church at Doth hours. An invi-
| tation is extended to all.
Dr. W. C. Carter, pastor.
The Public is Cordially Invited
to attend the opening of the
McDonald-Ferguson Beauty Shop
0m Door West of McClinton Furniture Co., Clarksville
-Tuesday, December 5
2 to 4 o’clock
Your friendship and patronage
~~ is greatly desired.————
Mrs/ C. F. McDonald.
Mrs. Merle H. Ferguson.
P. S.—Don’t miss this opening.
MIDDIES IIJSl THIS
James Roach, who went to
West Texas in October, was
united in marriage to Miss Flor-
ence Bibb Nov. II at Petersburg.
The couple will make their home
The Woman’s Culture Club
met Friday Nov. 24 with Mrs. J.
A. Sample. Sixteen members an-
swered roll call with verses by
The lesson on Texas poets was
very ably led by Mrs. Thomas
Poems by Mrs. 1 owrey and
Miss Moss Richardson were giv-
en by Mrs. F. D. Inzer.
Poems by Miss Maldia Blow
and Mrs. Cavender were given
by Mrs. F. B. Lyle.
Mrs. Felix Melton read poems
by two well known Texas poets,
Mi rgaret Bell Hoi ston and Grace
After this interesting lesson
four tables were arranged and
several games of 42 were enjoyed.
The hostess, assisted by her
daughter, Mrs. Thomas Keyes,
and Bin. H. C. Bailey and daugh-
ter, Miss Henrietta, served a de-
licious salad plate to the members
and guest, Miss Bailey.
BURGIARIZE jCHU BLOG.
The high school building was
burglarized Wednesday night
Entiance was made through a
windrow ef the room used by the
athletic department. The desk
of D. M. Tate, principal, was ran-
sacked and several papers remov-
ed, including several vaccination
certificates and decipline records.
Investigations were being,made
Thursday morning in other parts
of the building to ascertain if
further ransacking had occurred.
Superintendent R. M. White said
the papers taken from Mr. Tate’s
desk were of special value to the
school —Clarksville Times.
The business firms of Detroit
will nearly all close at 11 o’clock
Thursday morning for Thanks-
giving. The Postcffice will observe
a legal holiday.
The school closed Wednesday
afternoon until Monday and Su-
perintendent Robinson and per-
haps. other members of the facul-
ty will attend the State Teach-
ers meeting at Austin. The oth-
er teachers will visit other points
for the holidays.
MEET AFTER 25 YEARS
Mrs, J. R. Toney has as her
guests this week some of her girl-
hood friends, whom she had not
seen in twenty-five years. Mon-
day, Mmes. Raleigh Abernathy,
Sanders Newsome, and Ethel
Adams of Bonham and Mrs. Fan-
nie Bledsoe of Denison spent the
day with her, and Mmes. Kate
Terwilliger, W. P. Mills and Eva
Bradford of Los Angeles, Cali.,
are now guests in her home.
n. asd Fri., Nov. 30-Dec
CLARA BOW is
With Rickard Cromwell ft
SATURDAY. DEC. 2
Zaae Gray’s Jg-j
‘MAN OE THE FOREST”
With Randolph Scott, Noah Beery,
Baster Crabbee. Harry Carey asd
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Mrs Roy Latimer entertained
Friday afternoon; Nov. 24, with
a party in honor of Little Miss
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ifchich was Sunday, Nov. 26.
After several games were play-
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where upon the table was a large
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Royce had blown out the candles,
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folks, and the hostess.
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The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 30, 1933, newspaper, November 30, 1933; Detroit, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth901695/m1/1/: accessed January 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.