The Talco Times (Talco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, June 13, 1941 Page: 5 of 6

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Mr* J. t. Van Pelt and cons ot
Longview, spent the put week herd
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
P. Grout.
In Talco Four and
Five Years Ago
From the Back Files of
The Talco Time*
was resting well Monday morning
at a Paris hospital, after a major
operation. ' j
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Thursday at the home of Mr. and
Taylor of Talco, were carried to Mrs Claude Thompson. He was
a Paris hospital on Wednesday for accompanied home by H. K. Harris,
tonsil operations. who has been visiting hare.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Kelley attend- Woodrow Wharton of Paris, is
ed the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. j. under treatment at a hospital there.
C. Sublit near Antlers, Okla., on He is a brother of Mrs. Albert De-
Tuesday. Mrs. Sublit passed away parry of Bogata, and also has sev-
Monday morning. era! other relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. B. £. Dunagan were Mr and Mrs. johnny Cook of
called Tuesday fc the bedside. of Gladewater. visited here Tuesday
Mr. Dunagan’s sister, Mrs. R. N. and Wednesday with relatives and
White, who is seriously ill in White friends. J^rs Cook is the former
Oak. They carried Mrs. White to Miss Rufehe Prestidge of Talco. ,
Mrs. Van Pelt and sons
left Saturday to join her husband
in Pensacdla, Fla., where they will
make their home.
LUCILLfc BELL, Reporter
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Fergusoi/of
Talco, are the proud parents 'of a
son, born Wednesday night at a
Paris hospital.
veden.—The Fit
least an Inform/
igram with for 1
from the destro;
Soviet Divisk
ssed to those wi
uestions correctl
f the forty did aq>
J. E. Croley and Leonard Cox
'isited in Roxton on Tuesday.
. Miss Mary Ruth Smith of Talco,
was carried to a Paris hospital on
Thursday for a tonsilectomy.
Mrs. paisy Palmer of Bonham,
visited in the home of Mr. and Mm.
Mr. and Mrs. Renford Sikes are
driving a new Ford this Week. '
Billy Peace, six-year-old daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W.*W. Peace ef
Talco, was carried Friday as a pa-
tient to a Paris hospital.
Mm. Walter Foster was carried
Mondap to a Paris hospital as a
Mrs. Bill Bornheim of Miami, Ok.,
is visitfhg her mother, Mrs. Bessie
D. A. Hazfcwood on Sunday.
Burday and Kyle Leftwich and
Mr. and Mrs. Olarence Leake at-
tended the-rodeo in Ft. Towson,
Okla., on Sunday evening.
ed by these qi
>lympic games?
es us? Napolec
Mrs. Pauline Braynard of Las
Vegas, Nev., has been a guest in
the home of Mi and Mrs. Paul Har-
din, during the past week.
R. R. Kelley and Tommy Pirtle
made a business trip to Dallas on
Monday. *
candinavian coui
len, Finis. ai
thought Stalin w
•key. He’d nev
President Micha
• Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Pittman
made a business trip to Teicarkana
’** Wednesday.
Mrs. Garland Aubrey and daugh-
ter, Wilnella, left Saturday for their
home in Oklahoma, after visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Payne and
Bill Chance of Paris, visited their
Sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. D.
A. Hazlewood on Saturday.
Friday and Saturday
cThe Phantom
with Don Barry and
Virginia Carroll
also Comedy
the past week in the home of Mrs.
Aubrey’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Misses Eula and Guylene Pinks-
ton left Sunday for Dallas to visit
their two uncles, Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Mayo and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mayo
and other relatives.
riissed a cigar
aid Berlin was tl >
Miss Olga Fae Lindsay of Talco,
had a tonsilectomy Wednesday at a
B. Kelley
J Paris hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Greathouse and Miss
Grace Snodgrass of Dallas, spent
the week end in the home of their
aunt, Mrs. W. T. Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Holland at-
tended a meeting of the Commun-
ity Public Service Co. at Lake Fan-
nin near Bonham on Tuesday. They
also enjoyed a picnic and swim-
ming in the evening.
While therb
they will attend the Stamps-Bax-
ter school of music. They will also
stay for the all-night broadcast on
the 28th.
“Do you thi|
mds any chance
t for?’’
r: “No, but I thii
chance o’ get,t
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Jones spent
Sunday in Texarkana with friends
and relatives. * /
Sunday and Monday
“People vs. Dr.
with Lew Ayres and
Lionel Barrymore
also Comedy and News
Sandra, six-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McConnell of
Talco, was carried Saturday as a
patient to a Paris hospital.
Kenneth Sikes underwent y
silectomy at a Paris hospital
Friday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. John Praytor left
Thursday for Tyler to attend the
funeral of Mr. Praytor’s sister-in-
law, Mrs. J. L. Praytor of Van. The
funeral services will be held in a
funeral home in Tyler.
Truitt Smith of Hawkins, former-
ly of Talco, spent the week end here
with Laurel Goodloe.
Mr. Austin Guest of Clarksville,
Red River county clerk, and Miss
Emma Lynn Gill of Brownwood,
teacher in the Detroit school, were
united in marriage June 2 in the
study of the Rev. A. B. White, pas-
tor of the First Baptist Church in
Paris. They left immediately after
the wedding for Brownwood and
San Antonio. They will make their
home in Clarksville.
Mr. Guest is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. L. Guest of Detroit. Mrs.
Guest is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
L. B. Gill of Brownwood.
Mary Hazlewood returned home
Saturday afternoon after spending
the past week with relatives and
friends in Paris and Powderly.
“The Roun-up”
with Richard Dix
Patricia Morrison
Preston Foster, Betty Brewer
also Comedy and News
Finis Payne Jr. of Powderly, is
l visiting this week with his cousin,
i George Hazlewood.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bell and son,
Billy, visited in Neches on Friday
with their daughter and husband,
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. White. Their
son, Lewis, and Mr. and Mrs. White
returned home with them for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Smith made
a busintss trip to Paris on Monday.
Mrs. Smith visited little Jerry Sim-
ons, who is in the hospital there. *
Owen Hull of Ft. Worth, is the
guest this week in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Otto Holland.
Mollie, 14 and Delores, 9, ^hj^d
ren of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vajfwin
kle of Talco, had their ton&$ re
moved at a Paris hospital on Thurs
There’s good news in Advs.
Mrs. H. Holmes of Paris, visited
here Sunday with her parents, Mr.
jyid Mrs. D. A. Hazlewood.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Smith spent
Saturday in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Stub Wendal in Kilgore.
Guest in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Whiteway this week
was Mr. Whiteway’s sister, Mrs. C.
B. Miller of Hutchinson, Kans., and
her children, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rob-
ertson and Miss Detris Miller of
Hutchinson, Kans., Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Maltton of Ponca City. Ok.
and Mrs. Norma Klien and baby of
Chase, Kans. They left Tuesday for
their homes in Kansas and Okla-
Northeast Texas Motor Lines
Southeastern Oklahoma
Depot on Railroad and Highway 49 phone 60
James and Lewis Bell, Oscar
White, Curley Dean and Mr. White-
side spent Sunday afternoon in Ft.
Towson, Okla., where they attended
a rodeo.
She watched him gazing down at
their first-born. Wonder, admir-
ation, rapture, incredulity chased
across his face. She stole up and
said, tenderly: “Tell me your
thoughts, dearest.”
“Darned if I can see how anyone
can make a cot like that for seven
First Britisher: “Do you think
this man Ttler stands any chance o’
gettin’ wot ’e’s out for?”
Second Britisher: “No, but I think
’e stands a good chance o’ gettin’
wot ’e’s in for.”
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Praytor of
Baggs, Okla., are here visiting this
week with Mr. and Mrs. John Pray-
Barbara Nell, five-year-old dau-
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hud-
son of Talco, was carried to aJParis
hospital on Friday for a tofeaileo-
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Maze spent the
week end in Idabel, Okla., with Mrs.
Maze’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Mrs. Myron Gage visited Sunday
in Carthage with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Gray. Her sister,
Miss Faye Gray returned with her
for a visit.
, J~l FREE!
Misses Polly McAlister and Lu-
cille Bell spent an enjoyable after-
noon Sunday at the Daingerfield
state park.
f Money
ob on your
iairs before
Mark Twain
just around
a Mayfield
:an cut the
?ed job.
1. —Choice of any “Mark Twain”
$1.65 shirt to the youngest father.
2. —Choice of any “Mark Twain”
$1.65 shirt to the oldest father.
3.—Choice of any “Mark Twain”
$1.65 shirt to the father of the larg-
est living family.
tome in and register in our Men’s
Department. It’s all free—no strings
attached or cost to you--registra-
tions close at 12:00 noon Saturday
14th. Winners will be announced
in Sunday’s paper.
its engine is the only Eight in its
field. Its economy was proved
again this year when it was first
in its class for gas mileage in
the official Gilmore-Grand Canyon
Economy Run.
Your Ford Dealer's certainly the
man to talk trade with now'
Anybody with a car to trade
will find it smart to see how much
his car is worth in trade on a Ford
this year!
In size, the Ford is the biggest
car in passenger room in its price
field. In comfort, it offers a soft
and quiet ride that’s new this year
right down to a rigid new frame
and long, soft springs.
Its hydraulic brakes are bigger
than any other car’s near its price.
Give Dad Shirts--He Never Has Too Many
A big shipment of the famoiis E&W shirts. The shirt that is known all over the country
for its popular price and long wear. Made of Quadriga cloth. Sizes from 14 to HVz
and sleeve lengths from 32 to 35. New mesh cloth in solid and fancy patterns featured
in solid and beautiful colors. Ideal for summer wear.
This will more than likely be your last chance
to buy a good shirt like this at the low price of
(Hundreds to choose from)
Also many more gifts to choose from in Ayres’ Men’s Department—
Slack Suits............$2.65 to $6.95 Ties ...........
Pajamas........ $1.95 and $2.95 Socks _________ 25c
North Side Plan
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