The Deport Times (Deport, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 27, 1945 Page: 2 of 8
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Fuv Thursday on burinim. I Idas Floy Miner at Hoovertown
Tbe Mosley school had a Christ-1 and Robert Bowen at Paris, were
tree Friday, and, united in marriage last Saturday in
j bpth of Dallas, and Mr.
Tbunnan Merritt of East
and Sfru C.
_ __ —- —. P. Dempsey of
DMlas, visited in the home of Mr.
saMf Mrs. Fred Skidmore Wednesday.
X R. Pettit of Amarillo, spent the
tnUdaya with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Luther Pettit.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Carpenter
and Children visited Mrs. Carpen-
tries parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L
Wilson at Cooper, Tuesday.
--------O. K. Skidmore of Valliant, Ok..
spent a few days last week with his
Son, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skidmore.
Pete and Jim Merritt of Dallas,
spent the holidays with their mo-
ther, Mrs. Willie Merritt.
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Chappell
and children of Minter. visited in
the home of M and Mrs. J. R.
Sgt. Raymond Hoover of Moore
General Hospital. Ashville, N. C., is
here on a furlough visiting his wife
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Skidmore and
son, Eddie of Galveston, are here
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skid-
more, and other relatives at Bogata.
Guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Barney Wilson Monday evening
were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Short of
Plainview. Mr. and Mrs. Tube Watts
of Paris. Mrs. S. C. Short and son
and Miss Dorothy Short, all of De-
port and Mr. and Mrs. J D Allen
of Minter. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Shel-
by of Deport and Jas. Cunningham
of Honey Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Smith and
children of Gladewater, spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Short and relatives at Deport.
Miss Rohb.ve Phillips of Mt
Pleasant, is spending the holidays
cloned for tha holidays.
Mias Vara Cawvcy returned from
Dalian Friday, accompanied by Mr.
ai d Mrs. J. A. Reed and small dau-
ghter, Brenda Joyce. They are
spending the holidays here.
Bruce Evans and family moved
from the Jess Chandler place to a
place near Blossom Wednesday.
Mrs. John Chandler and daugh-
ters, Misses Bessie Mae and Lorene,
are spending the holidays with rela-
tives at Floydada.
Miss Essie Massingill of Deport
and M. L. Fisher of Mosley, were
united in marriage Dec. 20. Good
health and good fortune for them
Paris. Their many friends wish for
them long lives of happiness.
Cecil Ray Little who was a cor-
poral in the Marines and served a
year in the South Pacific, spent last
week here visiting relaitves, after
receiving his discharge from service.
Ralph Watson has received his dis-
charge from the army and has been
visiting his father, Henry Watson.
Nip Whitley and family of Detroit,
visited his brother, Press Whitley
and family Saturday night.
Joe Antone is able to be up and
about after a long illness.
Robert Rowland and family of
Memphis, have been visiting Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Chappell
left Friday to spend the Christmas
holidays with her parents at Colo-
Hermon Hoover, who la employed
in Oklahoma, is spending the Christ-
mas holidays with his family.
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Mia. Mack DeWitt left Monday to
spend Christinas in Cooper with Mr.
and Mrs. Mack L. DeWitt.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rhodes and
son, Mrs. Lloyd Smith and daugh-
ter and Mrs. Ben Cruise and child-
ren were guests in the home of Mr.
J. R. House who has just received and Mrs. W. R. Robison at Bogata
Stephen H. Grant, M. D.
Office to Stephen H. Grant Hospital
Honrs 7 to 10 a. m.
Every Day Except Sunday
Saturday All Day
a discharge from the army, left
Tuesday for Houston, where he will
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Pomroy of
Paris, Mrs. Houston Pomroy and
children. Miss Nelda and Leona
Bishop, left Friday for Littlefield,
to visit Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Harguess
and family and Mrs. Pomroy’s aunts
1 Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Robison of Bo-
gata, are spending a few days with
their daughter, Mrs. Ben Cruise.
Word has been received from S2c
Lloyd Smith that he was in Califor-
nia and would be home soon.
Rev. Johnnie Bell and family of
Oklahoma, are spending Christmas
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Arthur G. Elder, M. D.
Stephen H. Grant Hosoital
A. M. Aikin Jr.
along life s uncertain trail. After Martha Chumbley recently,
the house has undergone repairs, j Mr. and Mrs. Pete Boman and
they will make their home here on | family have gone to Childress to
Miss Beulah Mitchells place. i spend Christmas with her sister and
Mr. and Msr. Arthur Fisher enter- brother,
tained Sunday with a Christmas din- | Mrs. Alatha Mantooth of Okla-
ner. Those present were her par- i homa, is here to spend the holidays
Miss Berniece Keener spent part I Bell. Rev. Bell has been preaching
of last week with Mrs. Florence during Christmas at the Penticostal
Westbrook at Deport. (church.
The children enjoyed a Christmas I
tree at the school Thursday even-
ing and school was dismissed Friday
until Jai.. 2.
Annual Stockholders’ Meeting
Miss Marie Parkess of Kilgore,
Notice is hereby given that the
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Denny, Mr.
and Mrs. Altus Denny and. small
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ward
and son. Mr and Mrs. Russell Towrt-
send of Bogata, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Fisher and two children of Detroit,
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wood of Mor-
gantown, spent Sunday with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hignight.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Woods from
\lr. and Mrs. James Gill of Fort : Plaska, came Monday and moved
Worth. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Fisher of her brother and family, George Free-
Deport and Miss Maldia Blow. A j land, back to Memphis Wednesday,
bounteous dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chumbley
S. L. Burchinal reports that his (and children spent Monday in Bo-
spent Thursday night with Miss Ber-
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Pomroy
moved from this community to Par-
is Saturday. They have been living
in Roy Clement’s house since their
home burned two weeks ago.
Little Miss Barbara Ann Curtis
spent a few days last week with
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Westbrook at
annual meeting of the stockholders
CARD OF THANKS
son, William, is back in the States \
of the Deport State Bank of Deport,
Texas, will be held at the office of
said bank on the second Tuesday in
January, the same being the 8th
day of January, 1946, at 2 o’clock
p. m. for the election of directors of
said bank for the ensuing year and
the transaction of such other busi-
ness as may property come before
the meeting. Respectfully,
TOM JEFFUS, President,
JOE GRANT, Cashier.
Office 18 Clarksville St
Thos. E. Hunt, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
503-504 First Nat’l Bank Bldg.
J. B. HARVILL
306 First Nat’l Bank Bldg.
from overseas duty. He is in the
Mrs. William Finch, who has been
ill some time at Quanah, is not im-
Charles Foster is home on a ten-
dav leave for the holidays.
Rev. Kirk Beard of Cooper, and
hi.; sister, Mrs. Hale Garrett, her
husband, and her son-in-law of Cali-
fo ma. .stopped by for a short visit
Volley Watson and family have
moved from Morgantown to the S.
A. Hignight farm. We welcome them
hack to our community.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Littles of
Paris, spent Sunday with her grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Goff.
Miss Earlene Hignight, who teach-
es in Paris, is spending the holidays
here with her father, J. W. Hignight
with relatives here.
, A dinner was given Sunday in the j l.v Miss Ollie Heard, who lived here
home of Mrs. Willie Merritt in honor She and her tun band moved to Cali-
of her son, Jim. Those attending he nia in Their home is in Los
■were Mrs. L M Pettit and Jack, Mr
and Mrs. Bentley McIntosh. Mrs,
Loyd McDowra and daughter. Mrs,
Willie Merritt, all of Pattonville,
Mr. artd Mrs: James Rheudasil and
aon of Sylvan, Miss Edith McIntosh
of Paris and Pete Merritt and the
honoree of Dallas.
Guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Chappell Tuesday night
were Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Morgan,
Miss Lois Chappell and Homer
Chappell, all of Minter.
Mrs. J. C. Peeler and son are vis-
iting relatives at Lancaster this
Dinner guests in the home of Mrs.
It. W. Phillips Tuesday were Mr. and
Mrs. Everett Humphreys and son
and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. King and
aon, all of Paris.
Mr, and Mrs. A. I. Merritt of Klon-
dike, were guests of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. M. Crockett, over the
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Per-
ry Wilson and George Legate, Sun-
day, were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Le-
gate of Waller, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Legate of Greenville, Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Legate of McKinney, Mrs.
Mary Helen Legate and son of Paris,
and Mrs. Willie Legate and children
Howard Chumbley received a nice
Mrs. Garrett was former-(surprise package from his daugh-
ter and son-in-law of Floydada last
Mrs. Laura Moss made a business
trip to Paris last week.
Wishing everyone a happy New
Misses Lucy and Belli Ripley of (
lb >ks, are home for the holidays,
Mrs. J. H. Ripley, who fell re-I
eerily and sprained her wrist, is get- j
getting along nicely.
Mrs. Hursul Burton of Paris, her
daughter. Mrs. R. E. Crumley and ,
Mr. Crumley were visitors in the j
Mitchell home Sunday.
F. M. Mitchell is getting along bet-
Mr. and Mrs.1 M L. Fisher had
supper with her brother, Clarence '
sincere thanks to the Rev
and Mr. Olin for their comforting
words: to Dr. Stephen H. Grant for
bis untiring efforts and to those who
sent flowers and who helped us in
any way during the illness and fol-
lowing the death of our dear hus-
band, father and brother. When
death comes into your home may
' mi have the assistance of such dear
friends who ministered unto us, is
'-he wish and prayer of
Mrs D. P. Westbrook,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Westbrook,
Mrs. W. A. Houghton.
. ... , i ..... and Mrs. Les Campbell and'
to pubhely express our! daughter, Mr. and Mrs Harley |
Mi. JMsk Campbell and daughter of Lamesa, (
are visiting their parents, Mr. and J
Mrs. W. F. Reece, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1
L. Campbell at Deport and Mr. and |
Mrs. Lum Fennell at Bogata. |
Wright & Wells
3 Clarksville (Ovgr Corner Drug)
Tel. Bus. 333
CARD OF THANKS
Massingill and Mrs. Massingill
Fulbright Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fennell of
Lamesa and Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Thrcadgill of Dallas, were guests
during the Christmas holidays in the
homes of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thread-
gill and other relatives and friends.
We wish to express our heartfelt
thanks and appreciation to each and
everyone for the kindness rendered
during the illness of our dear mo-
ther and grandmother. When the
death angel visits your home and
takes a loved one away may such
i friends be near. To these, we will
ever be grateful, Dr. Elder, Dr.
Grant, Grant’s funeral home, the
pallbearers, the flower girls and Bro-
ther Olan for their kind words,
and splendid service.
Her children: Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Carroll and Son, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel
Weaver and Family, Mr. and Mrs.
Cleve Carroll and Family, Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Carroll and Family. Mr.
| Dean Oliver, formerly of Deport
;and his sin-in-law, Major Pat Dens-
man. just home from service, have
| purchased an ice and food locker
i ’"rage plant at Grand Prairie and
will move there from Ft. Worth
whl'n housing is available.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodard and ! and Mrs. Riley Carroll and Family,
son, Mike, and Miss Dorothy Read i Mrs. Flora Tatom and Family, Mr.
of Houston, were guests of their par- j and Mrs. John Riggans and Family!
ents, Mr .and Mrs. W. K. Read for . Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Hooper and
the Christmas holidays. Family.
AND GOOD WISHES
FOR THE NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Davidson and
daughter, Dianna of Hooks, were
holiday guests of their parents arxj
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. John
k Roddy, at Deport and Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Webster of Bogata.
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May the New Year be
filled'with Joy and Pros-
perity for all is our sincere
Our business relations
past have been most
pleasant, and it is with
this thought in mind that
we take advantage of the
occasion to wish each of
you all the good things of
life during the coming
year and the years to
We welcome an oppor-
tunity to thank you for
that measure of good
will and confidence we
enjoy from you. From
this priceless asset—the
good will of all we serve
and those who serve us
—we hope to draw in-
spiration for continued
effort and for greater
achievement iri the years
We are happy if we
have been of service to
you, and trust that we
may continue to merit
your friendship and pa-
MAY YOUR EVERY WISH BE FULFILLED
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The Deport Times (Deport, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 27, 1945, newspaper, December 27, 1945; Deport, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth901862/m1/2/: accessed November 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.