The Deport Times (Deport, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 19, 1945 Page: 3 of 8
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lrom the Army to tee hi> parents. *“ Fulbright the first of last week,
He is stationed at Camp Hood. doing some work.
Mrs. Lucy Cherry’s granddaugh- The WHD Club met in the home
ter of Dallas, spent the week end of Mrs- Punch Massingill Thursday
here. Refreshments of sandwiches, lem-
Mrs. Mealie Smith moved to this °nade and candy were served,
community from Clarksville. She Edwal Lassiter of Annona, spent
will have rooms with Mrs. Lucy Friday night with his mother, Mrs.
Cherry. Eddie Lassiter.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Crockett mov- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kerbow and
«d from this community to Patton- children and Mrs. Luther Rozell
ville last week. were Clarksville visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Craig spent The Fulbright school juniors and
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Short sophomores went tb Paris Friday
at Shady Grove. night for a skating party, but a
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ballard were storm cloud sent them home,
visitors for a short while Sunday B. Osborn and Edgar Haddock
with Miss Dorothy Short of Patton- were in Antlers, Ok., Friday to view
Ville and to see Mr. and Mrs. S. C. damage done by the recent storm.
Short, who are here on furlough I T- B- Nelson of Tahoka, spent Fri-
from the army. |day and Saturday in the B. B. Os-
Mrs. Doris Ballard was a visitor born home. He took his physical
of Mrs. Cox at Cunningham Monday, examination for the army at Clarks-
Mrs. Tom George is spending this, vi,le on Sunday,
week with her daughter, Mrs. Horace
Poteet at Jennings.
Mr. and Mrs. John Roddy of De-
port, were supper guests
night <0 their niece, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat McGill and
children of Deport, Mr. and Mrs. Al-
vin Ballard and sons, Mr. and Mrs.
Rantsom Stone; Mrs. M. C. Cotton
and Miss Robbie Nell Stansell of
Clardy, spent Sunday afternoon at
Shady Grove cemetery, putting flow-
ers on graves of loved ones and vis-
iting with each other.
Mr. and Mrs. John Allen and
children of Deport, spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Higdon and
children spent Sunday with her sis-
ter, Mr .and Mrs. Aubrey Andrews
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pomroy and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Pom-
roy and children and Mr. and Mrs.
Leroy Pomroy spent Sunday at the
Pattonville park and enjoyed a pic-
nic dinner in honor of Leroy Pom-
roy, who left Sunday for army
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Williams
spent Saturday night with her sis-
ter, Mrs. Clarence Holmes at De-
port, to be with them after they re-
ceived word of the death of thier
son, Ed Holmes, who Was killed in
action on Iwo Jima.
Richard Pomroy of Deport, was
in the community Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Orcn (Tobe) Watts
of Paris, were in the community vis-
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stone of Mil-
ton, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wiley
Pupils of the school here are
thrilled because 9f the new slide
which was installed at the school on
Robert Lee Ballard has been suf-
fering with badly mashed finger
which was caught in a feed grinder.
He was taken to a physician for
Dennis Wayne George was bitten
by a snake Friday.
Miss Dorothy Brandon of Dallas,
Sunday came borne Friday night to spend
the week end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Finis Brandon.
Kenneth Cole is visiting in Ful-
bright, after spending three months
in a sanitarium in the west.
To the People of Deport:
In co-operation with the clubs and churches of
Deport and under the leadership of Mrs. J. H. Moore, the
City is-this week sponsoring a general clean-up. Have
cans and rubbish in sacks or boxes placed in front of your
driveway by Thursday noon, April 19, as the truck will
make only one call.
After the clean-up is completed we hope to begin
our regular Mosquito-Malaria control program. This pro-
gram will, as in the past, be under the supervision of
Alderman J. B. Griffin. Anyone who desires employment
in this work should see Mr. Griffin.
I have been assured by L. J. Trotter, assistant dir-
ector of malaria control in war areas, that Deport will be
taken care of when the use of DDT begins in this area.
W. I. LAWLER, Mayor.
The following officers were elect-
ed at Sunday school Sunday: P. F.
— ! Miller, superintendent; teachers—
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mitchell and Mrs. Roy Finch, senior class Mrs.
children, Marion and Gale, visited Murice Miller, intermediate; Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyle Lemens at Mer- j Texie Lee Garrett, junior; Mrs. R.
kel over the week end. | B. Crews, card class; Miss Bessie Mae
Twelve members of the Baptist, Chandler, secretary and treasurer. _ x. i
church went to Bagwell Sunday af- Morris Fisher went to Clarksville joyed the*party
ternoon to attend a Council meet- Tuesday on business. He was ac- ~
ing of the Sunday school. | companied by Mrs. Arthur Fisher
Miss Georgia Ann Reynolds of . and Reba.
Dallas, visited over the week end in Mrs. W. M. Garrett suffered a very
the home of her parents, Mr. and > painful attack of rheumatism Tues-
day. She was slowly improving un-
til Saturday; she was not feeling so
Rain and bad roads prevented the
mail carrier from coming by here
Wednesday for Phelps and Quanah
to visit their son, Luther and family,
and daughter, Mrs. Willie Finch and
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Curtis of
Catonville, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Murice Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Whitworth
entertained with a birthday party on
Saturday evening in honor of Jack
Farris. Friends and relatives en-
Sunday school and church ser-
vices were well attended Sunday.
Rev. B. F. Allen preached at 11
o’clock Sunday morning and
Visitors in the home of J. R. Hoov-
er this week were C. L. Hoover of
Lubbock, Charles Hoover of Mule-
shoe and Clarence Hoover of Mun-
Mrs. W. W. Bryant spent the week
end with her daughter, Mrs. Oscar
Horton at Rugby.
Lawrence Gorman spent Friday in
Wallace Bryant visited in Detroit
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Latimer of Blos-
som, spent the week end with her
sister, Mrs. George Freelan.
Mrs. Laura Moss spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Press Whit-
ney at Byrdtown.
Mrs. Andy B. Patterson and baby,
Miss Bertha Thomas and Joe An-
tone and Johnnie Lee spent Sun-
day with Mrs. Patterson’s husband,
Pvt. Andy B. Patterson at Camp
Howard Chumbley and son, Del-
bert, Press Whitney and Claude
Chumbley spent Saturday night on
Sulphur, fishing. They caught about
70 pounds of fish.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hignight visit-
ed in Antlers, Ok., Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Boman and
children visited at Antlers, Okla.,
Mr. and Mrs. Royce Thomas spent
Sunday at Fulbright.
Mr. and Mrs. John Goff visited at
Jodie Smith of Sulphur Bluff,
spent Saturday night and Sunday
in this community.
Jim Peeks and the Cabbie family
of Memphis, enjoyed a 42 party on
Thursday night at t iome of Mrs.
Little Coy Chumbley received a
crate of oranges on day this week
Mrs. May Ethel Woods and three
children of Bagwell, spent the week
with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Peeks
and Mrs. Ola Boman.
Mrs. Kenneth Wright and daugh-
ter, Carolyn, were guests last week
in the home of Mrs. L. R. Wright and
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Legate at Ful-
Mrs. Blake Reynolds.
Mrs. Carlene Harkrider and dau-
ghter visited the Harkriders at Mt.
Pleasant last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rozell had
___ , _ . mail carrier irom cor
as guests Sunday John Baker and three days last week. C. M Car-
W n W 1 P 3nd MrS’ j brought the mail.
Mice nir I Mrs. John Chandler has been slow-
ill thic * T3 Mangrum is reported ly improving, though, now she is be-
Mrc n/r-* , *ng treated for a stomach ailment,
lowing F' U<’ ^ltc,he11 had the fo1' The Bruce Evans family were
low ng guests Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Clarksville visitors Friday
Mrs Evf1IreyT SteVCnS’ 1 Reba’ sma11 daughter of Mr. and
M . ’ Eva Matlock, Mrs. Jim Han- , Mrs. Arthur Fisher, is ill.
Mrs MRchln' eSS,e Mae StCVenS’ I Mr- and Mrs. Jess Kelley and fam-
Mr h m nUmjnif°Ved- 1 ily visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
,nnc t u nS;, V‘d Anderson and W. H. Gable at Fulbright Sunday,
ons, John, Bill and Jim of Winns- j Misses Ruth Marie and Myrtle Lou
. °’ r* ele lere a Sh°rt tlme Satur- ' Finch spent the week end with their
L Trn°°?' . | aunt, Mrs. Murice Miller and Mr.
Oscar Legate and Will Wilson were Miller.
Bogata visitors Monday._ I Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Burchinal left
Guests in the Garrett home Sun-
day were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Phil-
lips of Liberty, Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Crews, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Finch and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Murice Miller
and Arvil, P. F. Miller and Miss
Bessie Mae Chandler.
Wanted to Buy
COTTON that was shipped
STOREY & EVANS
Mrs. C. L. Shields and daughter,
Mrs. John Prock of Amarillo, came
Monday for a visit with the Grant
families in Deport .and friends in
Paris. Mrs. Shields will return to
Amarillo Sunday, but Mrs. Prock
will rremain for a longer visit. Sgt.
C. L. Shields Jr. of Abilene, is ex-
pected Saturday night for a short
visit with his mother and sister.
in New Scotch Plaids
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seams double stitched.
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Make the Most of
Your Time Off
Slack Suits... Slacks
AND SPORT SHIRTS
We have a complete stock
for all occasions !
Yes, it’s time of year when you’ll really enjoy your time
off the most in a good looking, comfortable slack suit.
We have them in matched sets as well as the popular two
tone combinations. They’re all expertly cut and tailored
to give you the maximum in comfort.
Our men’s department also offers you an exceptionally
good selection of odd slacks and sport shirts, all designed
for spring and surpmer activities.
North Side Plaza—PARIS
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The Deport Times (Deport, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 19, 1945, newspaper, April 19, 1945; Deport, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth901895/m1/3/: accessed February 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.