The Deport Times (Deport, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 1, 1945 Page: 2 of 8
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I bum Sunday. He Spent
end in the homes of T. J.
i Dempsey has been visit-
l, r. ML Mauldin
Mr*. Tommie Rich of Cooper,
'• spent Thursday night with her ais-
| tar-in-law, Mrs. A. R. Bailey.
Mrs. Maudie Oibeon, Mrs. Grady
QOeon, Mrs. Robert Pranklin and
son, Edwin Owen of Detroit, were
guests Wednesday in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Franklin.
Misses Eideva and Wynema Cath-
•SK* oi Glendale, were week end
guests of Mias Faye Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nance of Par-
is, were guests Wednesday of her
mother, Mrs. May Bell.
Miss Eva Jean Bailey of Paris,
spent from Friday until Sunday with
her father, A. R. Bailey.
Mrs. R. N. Mauldin of New Bos-
ton, was a Saturday night guest of
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Josie Demp-
Mrs. Ase Fletcher of Paris, was a
guest Thursday night of her brother.
Jack Franklin and family.
Mrs. Hollis Barker and son, Steve,
returned Thursday to Dallas, after
a visit with her parents, Mr. and 1
Mrs. Guy Stevens.
Mrs. A. R. Bailey spent from Fri-
day until Sunday with her brother,
Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Rich at Coop-
er. Mr. Bailey spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Morgan and
daughter. Miss Faye, were guests
Sunday of her sister, Mrs. Johnnie
McLemoro at Deport.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clifton canned
a beef last week. The calf hung its
leg in a cr ick, breaking it, so they
killed it to can, losing only a part
of one front quarter.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Solomon and
children, Doyle Wayne and Miss
Louise, spent Saturday night in the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. O. Solomon at Burkham, as guests
of his brother-in-law, M Sgt. Bob
Isbell, who has just returned from
two years spent in India.
Mrs. Jack Rollins acted as substi-
tute teacher Monday for Mrs. Newt
Bryson, who was attending the bed-
side of her husband, Cpl. Newt Bry-
son at Camp Livingston, La., where
he underwent an emergency appen-
Miss Ruth Griffin spent Saturday
night with Miss Betty Jo Thornton
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clifton, Mr.
and Mrs. Thurman Franks and dau-
ghters, Johnnie and Martha Jan,
were guests Sunday of Mr. Clifton’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Clifton
Mrs. Johnnie McLemore of Deport.
Spent Wednesday with her sister,
Mrs. Silas Morgan.
Mrs. John Childress of
Hr. and Mrs. Laa WHkarson. Mr,
aad Mrs. Blue Jones and Mrs. Nora
Hason of SMngtown, Ok, are here
for a visit with their son and bro-
ther, L. Z. Wilkeraon and family. L.
Z. will leave Thursday to be induct-
ed info the army.
A memorial service was held at
the Penticostal church Monday af-
ternoon in honor of Leo Mitchell,
who was killed in action in Belgium
on Nov. 26. He formerly lived here,
but was employed in Flint, Mich,
before entering the service. This
community extends sympathy to the
bereaved. The services were con-
ducted by the Rev. Parrott, pastor
of the church here.
Gaylord Cook, son of Mrs. Earl
Cook, is reported ill at his home
Frances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Davis, is ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. A. D. Bell left Tuesday to
join her husband in Tulsa, Okla,
where he is employed.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis have mov-
ed from Oakdale to Cunningham.
Misses Irene Allen, Ethyleen
Crump and Sgt Davis of Paris, visit-
ed Tuesday night in the home of
Mr. and Mrs/ Ira Temple.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Murphy spent
the week end in the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sorrells
Mrs. John Allen and son, Boze of
Johntown, spent the week end in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fowler.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Mitchell, I
Walter Mitchell and Mrs. Leo Mit-
chell of Flint, Mich, were here to
attend the memorial services for
their brother, Leo Mitchell.
St,, Roy Eudy will leave Tuesday
after a 30-day furlough spent with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Eudy.
He will be stationed in San Antonio
for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvis G. Ballard vis-
ited Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Eudy.
Miss Jackey Taylor of Grant, Ok,
and Miss Glenna Taylor of Paris,
spent the week end with their par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Taylor.
Miss Claris M. Kennedy, who is
attending school at Commerce, is at
her home here recovering from an
attack of pneumonia.
Miss Alta Kennedy of Commerce,
spent the week end with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kennedy.
Miss r bby Ruth Temple is ill at
her home here.
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[ *nc novo met at the church Mon- i T~ ” V" "***•—->
their son, Holloway, was killed
action Jan. 2 in the European
-/icut. John A. Sabini, U. S. Marine Corpj, of Wash-
ington, D. C., would not ask his men to do anything he would not do
himself. To locate Nips on Bougainville, he deliberately exposed himself
to draw their fire. His men knocked out the enemy. Wounded in the
chest and left leg, Lieut. Sabini received the Silver Star medal for gallantry.
Buy War Bonds to train more men to exterminate the Japs.
V. 5. 7 reasury Department
Don Norrell and Mrs. R. L. Denison.
Mrs. Bud Jordan, who has been
iill for several days, was taken to
Grant hospital at Deport Sunday af-
Mrs. Talma Woodard and sons
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs
j Harry Thompson at Sulphur Springs.
H. L. Bell, who has' been ill for
the past month, accompanied by his
daughter, Mrs. Don Norrell and son,
Daulty Bell, went to Dallas Thurs-
, day to a specialist.
j Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Robinson vis-
ited their daughter, Mrs. Lota
i Haynes and family at Chicota Sun-
day afternoon. Their little grand-
son who had been ill, was improved.
! Mrs. T. W. Buford continues to
improve in a Dallas hospital, where
; she underwent a major operation
two weeks ago.
I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Whitney of
I Brookston, spent Saturday night
! with their daughter, Mrs. Houston
j Floyd and family,
i Delbert Haskins Jr. returned to
his Navy base at Corpus Christi af-
ter several days’ visit with his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Haskins.
Miss Joyce Ball, student at TSCW,
quilt Which will be sent to Method-
let Orphanage at Waco.
Mrs. Bertha Teague has returned *“*• * ** “,c “wviwbi «**»-
to Shreveport, La., after a few days’ tre* The Vickers lived here before
visit with her brother and sister, moving west several years apt). ~
Members of the ladies club met at Mrs. Buster Wright spent the
the home of Mrs. Virgie Ballard on week end in the home of her son, I n 1V\1SS J°yCe “f11’ stu*?ent at TSCW,
Thursday and back door landscaping Raymond Wright at Deport. j Denton’ arrived Tuesday for a few
=r r^sssrzsz zz; se ! Mary
Stephen H. Grant, M. D.
Office in Stephen H. Grant Hospital
( Hours 7 to 10 a. m.
Every Day Except Sunday ’
Saturday All Day
Arthur G. Elder, M. D.
Stephen H. Grant Hospital
A. M. Aikin Jr.
Office 18 Clarksville St
meeting adjourned to meet with Mrs. , Wright on Friday. ,to P ace they bought at Deport
Lois Ballard on Feb. 1. .1 Leonard Marcum, who with Mrs. ' Mrs Wilburn 'ftee^e3^ * ^ 3nd
Thos. E. Hunt, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
503-504 First Nat’l Bank Bldg.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Slusher visit-
ed Wednesday in the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Slusher
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Eudy and son, Marcum, accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Roy of Cunningham, spent Friday F. M. Cogbill to Beaumont, is now
night with their daughter and sister, employed at the Magnolia refinery
Mrs. Alvis Glen Ballard and family, there.
Young James Bryant has received Mr. and Mrs. Derwin Wright and
his call and will lea^ie for army daughter, Patricia of Deport, spent
training on Feb. 1. part of last week in the home of his
T. J. Payne and Thomas George, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wright,
who left for San Angelo several days I Bud Pope has been confined to
ago, send word that they both have__________
good jobs. derly, were in the community on
Leonard Hutchin came home last business Sunday. Mrs. Stone asked
week after being seriously wounded trustees of the school here for a re-
in action somewhere in France. He lease from her contract after the
was wounded in the leg and is the mid-term period. Parents will re-
proud owner of the Purple Heart, gret to have Mrs. Stone quit.
All his friends and relatives are very , Hershell Stone is suffering from
glad to see him. an infected eye.
Gaylon McGill of Deport, spent j------- -IJ--. ■
the week eqd with Dawson and Del- i
Rita Fae, small daughter of Mr.
and Mfs. Bill Wright, is ill.
IMPROVED COVERAGE —
Fire Insurance on household furniture and personal
property now covers not only where you live, but also
follows your property up to 10 per cent of the amount of
insurance wherever it may be; and at no extra cost. If
you are not carrying fire insurance on your household
effects, this is a further reason why you should.
JOHN H. MOORE
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Watts and two
nieces, Marcine and Dorothy George,
spent Thursday night with their
aunt and sister, Mrs. Bailey Bryant
Melvin Tucker has been quite ill
with pneumonia for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will McCarter of
Howard Chumblcy and son, Delbert,
spent Thursday in Clarksville.
Pete Woods of Deport, spent Sun-
day with .oyce Thomas. iiu ^ ^ A„ta v
| J. W. Hignight spent from Thurs- j Shady Grove, were in the communi-
— ------ --------... Bogata, j day until Saturday at Clarksville I ty last Friday
was a guest Friday of her father, with his son, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hig- Several in ihe community have
s r n n rk !n,M „ „ T been losing their hogs with cholera.
Mra. S. B. Griffin is having her ; Mr. and Mrs. James Rodgers of Mrs. Albert Woodson of Gaines-
bam rebuilt, which was destroyed Paris, visited Mr. and Mrs. Royce ville, spent last week with her par-
Mn r"?"8: i Thomas Thursday night. ents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Mrs. Fannie Ford returned last 1 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stout of Ulo ;- ' Woodson
week to her home at Post Oak, after «om. visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard 1 Word has been received by rela-
umbley Thursday night. [ tives here from Melvin Stansell that
8nd SOn ot Fu|bright, he had arrived in New York, indi-
visited his daughter, Mrs. Royce; eating he will soon go overseas,
Thomas and Mr. Thomas on Friday. Little Tony Dale Ballard spent last
Richard Peeks and family have Friday afternoon with his grandmo-
moved here from Memphis, where ther, Mrs. May Bennett at Biards-
they have been for some time pull- town.
ing bolls. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stone of Pow-
visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Bennie Alsobrook entered PJC at
Pftria Monday to take mechanical
training given by the government.
Several new families have moved
into our community.
Mlaa Christine Howe is ill this
Weak. Mrs. Howe has been staying
with her in beport.
W. Bryant, Henry Watson,
At these furniture values
offered you by your SER-
VESS hardware and furni-
Loans and Discounts___________
Stock in Federal Reserve. Bank-
Banking House Fur. 6c Fix-
Other Real Estate
U. S. Bonds.
Other Bonds & Warrants
CCC 6c Cotton Loans_
Cash 6c Exchange__
J. B. HARVILL
306 First Nat’l Bank Bldg.
ring In tailored de-
Bing of unique charm.''
ding ring. Both
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At the Close of Business on December 30, 1944
Tell Her of Your Love
When you “say it with diamonds” she
knows you mean itl One of these beau-
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The Deport Times (Deport, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 1, 1945, newspaper, February 1, 1945; Deport, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth901793/m1/2/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.