The McKinney Examiner, March 12, 1936, Vol. 50, No. 20
“Office of Publication Opposite County Jail”
Mrs. Serena KENDALL of John Avenue, Long Beach, Calif. [sent] cash to renew for the Examiner. Mrs. KENDALL’s husband was Emmett KENDALL. They formerly lived near Chambersville many years ago, where Mr. KENDALL passed away.
Mesdames C. K. PETERS and Linnie BLALOCK came over the attend the funeral of Ann WILSON, 11 year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. WILSON last Thursday. They were accompanied by Joe PETERS. Paul WILSON’s parents now deceased and Mesdames BLALOCK and PETERS were long times friends and neighbors here in McKinney many years ago.
S. N. LONSFORD of the Coca Cola Bottling Works has been at Atlanta, GA. Attending a National convention of production managers of the company.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. RATCLIFF and son, Curtis, of Royse City, Route 1 were here Thursday and renewed subscription. Curtis is a student in Wesley College at Greenville. These good people are long time friends of our paper in Southeast Collin.
C. W. FOUCHE, of Plano, was in the city looking after his campaign for commissioner, District No. 4.
Thanks to Mrs. O. SLAUGHTER of near Anna for cash to renew.
Charlie SNIDER of the Lucas community was here Saturday and gave us a call.
Visit from Verona Friend. Mrs. J. H. TAYLOR was in our office Saturday. She...came in to leave the Verona items as she is our reporter there. She is taking care of her aged father, N. B. BAKER, who will be 73 years old in September. Mrs. TAYLOR has taken care of him ever since she was 11 years of age as his wife, Mrs. Betty (TOWNSEND) BAKER died in 1909. Mrs. TAYLOR and her husband have been married 19 years and Mrs. BAKER has tenderly taken care of him since Mr. BAKER is the brother-in-law of the late Tom and Babe TOWNSEND. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. TAYLOR own a dandy little farm in the Verona community are the parents of three fine children two boys and one girl. Their son, Lester married last Friday night, Feb. 28. Their other boy, John Hindon is going to high school at Farmersville. Mr. BAKER is looking forward to the old age pension.
B. C. GOODWIN, of Princeton, Route 1, is another good farmer to renew for Examiner.
W. H. YEARY, long time citizen of Farmersville, was transacting business in McKinney Monday.
Roy ANDERSON, of Denison was here Sunday to attend the funeral of his long time beloved friend, Eld. R. C. HORN.
Mrs. M. W. JOHNSON of the Valdasta community was shopping in McKinney Friday. Mr. JOHNSON reads a great deal as he is unable to get about owing to having been confined to his bed for the past five years.
The Collin County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations will hold an important meeting Saturday, March 14. Mrs. J. D. BURT of Farmersville is the President and will preside. The program will be opened by singing and invocation by Dr. Clifford S. WEAVER, Pastor of the First Christian Church. A. Hardy EUBANKS, prominent McKinney banker and civic leader will give the address of welcome, while Prof. N. O. WRIGHT, Superintendent of the Farmersville Public Schools will give the response. Two local talented young artists will be featured. Hugh KIRKPATRICK, Jr. in a violin solo, and Mrs. Sue McCOY who will give an accordion solo.
Professor Jack R. RYAN, Superintendent of McKinney Public Schools and one of the outstanding educators and school executives of the State was honored with the presidency of the North Texas Division of the Texas State Teachers Association in Fort Worth, Saturday.
H. S. WARE of McKinney [has been named] Chairman of the East Texas Chamber of Commerce.
Thanks to Mrs. Linnie BLALOCK of Greenville for cash to renew.
Mrs. C. C. MAYNARD and son, Clarence, residing west of town were in McKinney Saturday.
Jerry LEWIS, residing on Pearson Avenue is a bran [sic] new reader of the Examiner.
J. A. SMITH is able to be up again after about two weeks illness with the flu. Mr. SMITH’s mother has also been ill with pneumonia, but is now improved and able to be up.
W. C. RUTLEDGE who has been confined to his home with pneumonia, is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde CUNNINGHAM drove up to Altus, Oklahoma one day recently to spend a day with Mr. and Mrs. T. Ben WILLIAMS. They [enjoy]... the news from their old home as served up by Miss Agnes COMER, our faithful reporter. Mr. WILLIAMS lived at Weston a number of years where he taught school and was cashier of the Weston State Bank.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley HORN were here from Walnut Grove Saturday.
Miss Latane BOYER of McKinney visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roper today.
The Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. MOTE were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. RAMSEY and children of McKinney and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas ROPER of Paris.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. MEADOWS and daughter, Joyce Gwen and Mr. and Mrs. Roy HULSE of Denton were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. CRAVENS Saturday night.
Misses Oletha RANDLES and Trula McHONE were McKinney visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim RISNER have moved to Weston.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Bryan were shopping in McKinney Monday.
Mrs. Mallow GRAVES of Melissa and Mrs. H. C. RAMSEY of McKinney were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John MOTE, Tuesday.
Mrs. Earl JOHNSON complimented Mrs. Ben SIMPSON with a miscellaneous shower at her home here Thursday afternoon. Refreshments were served to the following: Mesdames, Ray GRACY, Joe BRYANT, Ben JOHNSON, Owen BARTON, Pascal BROWN, Eck BROWN, Bob HAYNES, Pat ESTEP, Joe ROPER, C. J. LEWIS and Misses Sarah ARNOLD, Alta B. KING, Mary Lou HENDRICKS, Judy HAYNES and Coonie ESTEP.
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. HUGHES were Dallas visitors Thursday.
Mrs. H. C. LEDBETTER of Dallas, spent Thursday night with friends here.
Mrs. W. L. LAWRENCE and Mrs. Gladys HAINLINE of Sherman and Mrs. Vernon WEBB of Gainesville, have been attending the bedside of their son-in-law and brother J. Eldred MORGAN.
Mrs. Reed BARTON was shopping at McKinney Saturday.
Mrs. Challis DOWGER and son and Burton and Voight Brooks of Lubbock are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Y. C. DOWGER.
Grandmother ROSS is very ill at this writing.
Our community was greatly shocked and saddened at the death of J. Eldred MORGAN, Sr., local business man who died at the McKinney City hospital, Monday morning about 2 a.m.
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. HURST visited relatives at Sherman Sunday.
Mrs. Nell GREER was a McKinney visitor, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vance POWELL and Earl POWELL of Dallas visited relatives here Sunday.
Mrs. Bill BREWER was in McKinney Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob JONES went to Whitewright Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnie ROLLER and two children visited in Waco first of week.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Tracy KING southwest of town last weekend.
Mrs. N. E. MANES of Celina left Saturday to visit her son, Ed MAMES at Iowa Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom PERKINS are doing extensive beautification on their premises.
K. S. HOWARD and wife of Bloomdale visited their son, Leon HOWARD.
Mr. and Mrs. John BREWER are having their bath moved downstairs and other changes in their residence made.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe KIRKLAND had guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Burl KIRKLAND and two children of Chambersville.
Jess BUNCH is doing extensive beautification work at his filling station.
Mr. TOLLESON is building an addition to his home.
An 8 pound daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted BEESLEY on the DAVIS ranch, west of Celina Tuesday.
I. M. LOGAN, recognized as one of the best farmers in this community, says he will not plant his corn until around March 15.
Mrs. C. C. COBB, Mrs. A. BRISTER, Mrs. J. M. YOUNG and Mrs. Rose HARGRAVE of Dallas and Mrs Grace YOUNG of Uvalde visited Mrs. D. N. BATES, Monday.
Dr. R. N. WALKER visited his brother, W. C. WALKER near Whitewright Tuesday. The brother is paralytic and has been ill for a long time.
Mrs. Ralph WILSON of Pilot Point is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie WILSON this week and she and Mrs. R. N. WALKER and daughter, Miss Audrey and Miss Estelle WILSON visited McKinney Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. RATLIFF and Mr. and Mrs. PACE of Valley View and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. TERRY of Sherman were guests of Mrs. B. F. GEARHART Sunday.
Mrs. Will OWNSBY was called to Wichita Falls Tuesday by the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Albert FINLEY and little son, Bobbie. Both have mumps.
Work was started on the new bungalow to be erected by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert PARRISH.
Miss Jessie PAFFORD and Miss Alta BUCHANAN were here from Commerce last weekend the former visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. K. PAFFORD, and the latter her aunt, Mrs. Monf BREWER.
Mrs. Russell KELSEY of Leonard was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Noah JONES and her mother, Mrs. J. D. HAUN, Thursday and Friday.
Bill ALLEN is doing quite an extensive junk business. He has trucks gather up junk for miles around and disposes of it in Dallas.
Mrs. Thomas GRESHAM, formerly Miss Neva CHIPMAN of this community orders the Celina Record sent to her in Dallas. Her mother, Mrs. Ed CHIPMAN.
Miss Alma Kathryn JACKSON, aged 21 years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. JACKSON of Dallas, died Friday at 3 p.m. of pneumonia. She was a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. JACKSON of Celina.
Mesdames M. F. SIMS and W. F. DUTTON were in McKinney Saturday.
Mr. B. G. BUTLER was the guest of her sister, Miss Ella MOREMAN in Dallas.
Mesdames W. C. HARRINGTON and W. F. DUTTON were shopping in McKinney Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. TUCKER were weekend guests of relatives at Clarady.
Mrs. Will GRANT of McKinney visited Mrs. Paul CUNDIFF, Friday.
Miss Gladys SWATSELL was in McKinney Saturday.
Mr. James ELLER of Kaufman spent the week-end with home folks here.
Mr. Sol BARROW of Tioga was in Allen Tuesday.
Mr. John BROADHEAD made a business trip to Dallas Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ANGLE were in McKinney, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah YEATTS of McKinney were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John KNIGHT.
Mrs. Luther RAY and son, Edwin, were shopping in McKinney Saturday.
Mr. Tom HUGULEY was stricken seriously ill Thursday and was moved to the hospital Friday.
Miss Ethel Bell was a McKinney visitor, Saturday.
Mr. Richard GODWIN is seriously ill.
Mrs. John HOLT and daughter, Ruth were in McKinney, Saturday.
Mr. J. W. GALLAHER of Dallas spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Alice GALLAHER.
Messrs. Herbert and Burl BELL had their house reshingled the past week.
Mrs. G. P. BERRY is quite ill.
Mrs. D. G. MELTON was hostess to the T. E. L. CLASS, Tuesday afternoon. Dainty refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. LEACH and daughter, Edna Kathryn, Misses Lois, Laura, Mildred and Eldis LEACH visited relatives at Bonham, Sunday.
Mrs. Robert FRAZE and Mrs. Sam SMITH were shopping in McKinney Thursday.
Mr. Leonard BARKER of Dallas spent the week-end with his aunt, Mrs. A. W. RICHARDS and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe ELLENBERG of White’s Grove were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie PAYNE, Sunday.
Mrs. Charlie JEANS was shopping in McKinney Thursday.
Mr. Welby CUNDIFF and family of Dallas, were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. CUNDIFF.
Mrs. Alva MORROW and Miss Eloise COLLINS of Dallas spent Sunday with the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. REECE.
Master James Wesley OXFORD celebrated his fourth birthday with a party March 3rd. Twenty three little friends attended.
The Euzelian class met in the beautiful new home of Mrs. James MARION on March 4th.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. EMERSON were in McKinney Saturday.
Miss Opal WALKER has the mumps.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant THOMAS and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. GIDDINGS made a trip to Dallas Saturday evening.
Misses Frances and Helen WHISENANT of Dallas spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. O. BOLIN.
Mr. W. D. ANGLE and family were Dallas visitors Sunday.
Mrs. M. Z. OXFORD spent Saturday night with her daughter, Mrs. Oscar REDD in McKinney.
Mrs. A. W. RICHARDS and daughter, Leona, Mrs. Cecil RICHARDS, Misses Saphronia, and Dorothy SMITH were in McKinney Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. LEACH and daughter Ruth, were guests of Mrs. Olney CARPENTER in Plano Monday.
Mr. T. L. RAY made a trip to Memphis, Tenn over the week-end.
The singing school closed Tuesday night with a play. The TIMMONS quartet from McKinney were present.
Mr. W. T. MINTON has returned to Climax after a year’s visit in the old States.
Mrs. Charlie CRAVER visited her daughter at Viney Grove.
Mrs. Martha CHAMBERS visited with Mrs. ANGLIN Monday.
Mrs. Robert WILLIS and Mrs. TEMPLIN were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doc TOOMBS.
Mr. W. T. MINTON spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. WILLIS and family.
Mrs. Charlie CRAVER is on the sick list.
Arthur and Lucille CRAVER visited their sister, Mrs. Albert DAVIS of Viney Grove.
Little Wanda Delois TEMPLIN, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. WILLIS spent Thursday afternoon at the Climax school house.
Mrs. Harvey LANGLY spent Friday afternoon at the school house.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard HARLIS of Muleshoe away up in Northwest Texas, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T. SPENCER and family Sunday.
Our community was saddened by the death of Mr. SPAUGH who was buried in the Pleasant Grove cemetery.
Misses Iva and Nannie STAMBAUGH spent last Saturday night with their sister, Mrs. Raymond TOLLESON, and family and accompanied them to Magill, Oklahoma to visit their aunt, Mrs. John WARREN who is quite ill with heart trouble.
Julia and Charlotte DARNEL attended church services at Mustang, Sunday.
Mrs. Jim MARKS had as her guests this week, Mr. and Mrs. Neal ANDREWS of Oklahoma. Mr. ANDREWS is a brother of Mrs. MARKS.
Mrs. Jim SHIELDS visited Mrs. Claque LOFTICE at Bethel last Sunday.
The home demonstration club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee McCOY Monday afternoon, where Miss DUNLAP gave a demonstration in the pruning of rose bushes.
Rev. Bill Morgan SMITH preached for us Sunday.
Mrs. J. T. DARNEL visited her daughter Mrs. J. R. BRYAN, of McKinney Saturday afternoon and attended the birthday part of her granddaughter Bobbie Gene who is eight years old.
Mr. and Mrs. Buck THOMPSON of Dallas visited the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. HAYS last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert GRANSTAFF and sons visited Mr. GRANSTAFF’s mother, Mrs. Ida SMITH at Denton.
Mrs. Eugene O’BRIEN and baby are visiting the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. COLLINGSWORTH at Frisco.
G. W. DARNEL and daughter Charlotte accompanied by Carl DARNEL and wife made a trip to Hunt County, near Greenville Tuesday.
Misses Iva and Nannie STAMBAUGH visited their sister, Mrs. Clarence YATES at Alla last Thursday.
Edgar COMBEST of Van Alstyne was a guest of Everett COMBEST and family last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. CLAYTON and family of the Alla community, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Herman JOHNSON, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. APPLEBEE visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter MILLS of Alla last Sunday.
Mrs. Eva YOUNG is visiting her sister at Emory.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. QUISENBERRY of Decatur were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. LAMBERT.
Mrs. Charles MELVIN and children visited Aubrey FRAIR and family at Weston last Sunday.
Rev. Douglas DARNEL, writing Mr. and Mrs. John DARNEL of Cottage Hill from Kansas says, “We have just passed through thirty days of the coldest weather this part of Kansas has ever experienced. It was 15 below zero for the rest of the time.
Mrs. J. R. NICKERSON gave a shower for her granddaughter, Mrs. J. B. CRISWELL, a recent bride who received a number of nice and useful gifts.
Mrs. CRISWELL was Miss Lillie NICKERSON before her marriage.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer LAFON attended the funeral of A. V. HANSON in Dallas, Saturday of last week.
Eldon McCOY, wife and son, Curtis CRAFT spent Sunday with relatives at Bowlby.
Mrs. Homer LAFON has been sick a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. DENISON and children spent Sunday in Denton county with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Grover GANTNEY.
Mrs. Vinie WATKINS of Rockwall visited her brother, Mr. Will CRAFT and wife last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett MORROW of Forest Grove spent Sunday with relatives here.
Mrs. Laura BERRY of Dallas is visiting Mrs. W. R. DENISON and other relatives here.
Mrs. MOORE is here from Oklahoma spending a few days with her son, Mr. Clinton MOORE and wife.
Miss Mereda CRAFT from Mabank is spending a few days with her uncle, Mr. Will CRAFT and wife.
A few relatives and friends of Mrs. B. W. WELBORN spent Sunday with her. March 5th was her birthday.
Mr. Lester TAYLOR and Miss Cami WHITT of Altoga surprised their many friends by driving to Farmersville last Friday night Feb. 28 and getting married. Lester is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. TAYLOR. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Blanch WHITT of Altoga.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruby BROCKMAN and children of Dallas, spent last Sunday with the former’s parents, Mr. and mrs. T. A. BROCKMAN and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom TAYLOR and boys of Altoga spent last Sunday with the former’s brother, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. TAYLOR and family.
Little Effie Bell MASSEY, little two month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy MASSEY lives just across the road from the Baptist Church.
Mr. Claud STRONG, J. H. TAYLOR, Leslie STROUP and John Hindon TAYLOR attended the annual F. F. A. father and son banquet.
Mrs. L. E. WHITT and children have moved into our midst.
Mr. Lannie REYNOLDS’ mother was operated on last week at the City hospital. She lives in the Snow Hill community.
Bro. JENKINS preached at the M. E. Church last Sunday.
We have two fine teachers, Prof. Weldon COWAN and Miss Edith PRESS.
Mrs. L. W. BAILEY fell last Thursday week and hurt herself badly. She is getting along nicely now but for a few days, Mrs. BAILEY suffered much.
Mr. CHUMLEY is having an 18 foot cistern dug on his place. Alvin HARBIN and J. H. TAYLOR are doing the work.
Mrs. Mollie KING and Mrs. Sybil TRAUTHAM spent Monday with Mrs. Woodrow BUTLER of Womble.
Miss Flora STROUP of Dallas, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claud STROUP.
Mrs. Lester TAYLOR was honored with a shower at Blue Ridge, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Syd SAMPLES have moved into their new home just completed in the Womble community.
Berron WORLEY is reported much improved at this writing.
Mrs. LANIER is reported sick at this writing.
Birthday Party. Mrs. J. H. TAYLOR entertained with a birthday party Thursday March 3 in honor of her daughter, Bessie, 7th birthday. The cake which bore 8 candles fruits, and candy were served to the following guests: Miss Edith PRESS, her teacher. Miss Goldie KING, her Sunday school teacher, Carlton MASSEY, Haskell WALL, Curtis WORLEY, James RECER, Billy RECER, Carl RECER, Ganyne RODGERS, Weldon HUGHES, Billy HUGHES, Walter Lee McTEE, Madie John BAYLESS, Ouida Jane LANIER, Pleasant BAILEY, Loveta BROCKMAN, Mattie Lou WALL, the honored and hostess.
Leonard HALL, baby son of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. CAUDELL has had a severe case of measles the past week and probably pneumonia.
Miss Ruth GREEN accompanied Mr. and Mrs. SIDES to Terrell.
Mr. Mack SIDES and family were called to Terrell to attend the bedside of his father who is dangerously ill.
J. P. GAINES who was one of the oldest resident members of the Stony Point Baptist church, having put his membership here in 1878 passed away Tuesday, Feb, 1, 1936. He was very active considering his advanced age. He was laid to rest beside his beloved wife, who preceded him in death in 1920. He was loyal to her memory and visited her grave often.
The following ladies, Mesdames K. HALL, J. K. MORELAND, Fronie JACKSON, T. A. TAYLOR, Jerry CANTRELL, Laura MORRISON, Ethel PRICE, Charlie GRAVES, Fred BRASWELL, Jewell BALLARD, Berta DAVIS and Mrs. Ollie JOHNSON and Mrs. Martha CANTRELL gathered at the home of Mrs. John SANDIDGE last Friday afternoon and quilted.
Mr. and Mrs. Will MILLER and daughter, Frances, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brice CRUMP in McKinney, Sunday.
Miss Leonora KERLEY of Dallas visited her grandmother, Mrs. T. N. KERLEY who has been sick but is improving.
Miss Ruth MARCOM who is a student in C.I.A. spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Homer HAGGARD.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob MATHIS and children of Dallas, visited her mother, Mrs. Jim BREWER, Sunday.
W. B. BREWER of Paris spent the week-end visiting his son, W. A. BREWER.
Mrs. G. B. FITZGERALD and son, G. B. Jr., of Paris spent the week-end as guests of her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob SHELLEY of Anna were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. DAWSON Sunday.
Mrs. Ethel KENNEDY spent the week-end with her daughter, Lorene in Denton.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry BACCUS received the announcement of the arrival of a new baby son, Fred Wardlow, March 6th born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl BACCUS in Waco.
Mr. Nate TALBOT of Dallas, spent the week-end visiting his sister, Mrs. A. E. ELY who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bessie GUNSTREAM.
Dr. and Mrs. L. E. CASEY and daughter, Patsy of Dallas, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emory SPALDING, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry GILLETTE and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. WATSON, Jr., visited with Mrs. F. M. WATSON and Dale, Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. OGLE and son, Fount of Dallas were visitors of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. OGLE.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. FONDREN of Waxahachie and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. NELSON of Blue Ridge visited Mr. and Mrs. D. B. SHRADER.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. MALLOW called Monday afternoon to see Mrs. J. A. STOVER in Denton.
Mrs. J. M. MALLOW, Mrs. F. D. MALONE and Mr. Vernon WEAVER, attended the funeral of Bro. R. C. HORN Sunday afternoon in McKinney.
Mrs. Jim GORDON returned Sunday from Sherman where she visited her sister, Mrs. CLARK.
Mr. Jim CANTRELL visited in McKinney Sunday.
Grady McMAHAN of Dallas was in Frisco, Monday.
Mr. Homer MARTIN and wife, spent Sunday with his mother and sister.
Mrs. Lee GORDON spent the week-end with her mother in Whitewright.
Mrs. Tom LANE and Mrs. Hazel GIBSON were Dallas visitors, Monday.
Miss Frances Johnson who is attending school at Wilson, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion JOHNSON of this community, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie RAY and children visited Mr. and Mrs. John RAY of Altoga.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey WALLEY and daughter and son, Mary Jo and George DEWEY visited Mr. and Mrs. HESS of Farmersville, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy HOWARD and daughters, Omega, Galia May and Billie Marie, visited Mr. and Mrs. Gayno HOWARD of the New Hope community Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. LITTLE and little son, Blennah Wayne of McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. REEDER and little son, Clifton Ladelle of Higgins, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. STRICKLAND and son, Martin Glynn Sunday evening.
Mr. A. L. (Battle) CAVE is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence COX, our school principal and wife spent Sunday in Dallas.
Mrs. Vera BRUNDIDGE, our primary teacher, spent the week-end in Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter MASSEY of McKinney visited Mr. and Mrs. Douglas TARVIN and daughter, Mary Jean, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin DAVIDSON and Mrs. W. T. ODLE spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. BYLER.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer TARVIN and daughter, Gwendolyn, visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie SELF of McKinney, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Peyton STRICKLAND and little Donald Ray were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert POOR of the Womble community Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. McINTIRE and daughter, Melba visited Mrs. CATES of McKinney Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. BYLER and daughters, Anna Lee, Mary Evelyn, Emma Ruth and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin DAVIDSON visited Mr. and Mrs. John PIERSON of Melissa.
Mr. and Mrs. George BROCK of McKinney visited Mr. and Mrs. M. L. BROCK, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert HOLDER and Mr. and Mrs. Glen FORD of McKinney visited Mr. and Mrs. Morris HOLDER.
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy SMITH spent Sunday with Sebe DAVIDSON of Woodlawn.
Carl SHORT visited Dr. and Mrs. BRIDGEFARMER of McKinney Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCOLLUM’s daughter, Florence of San Antonio, visited them.
Mr. and Mrs. DOUGLAS TARVIN and daughter, Mary Jean visited Mr. and Mrs. A. B. TURNER of Wylie.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie RAY and daughters and son, Wynelle, Nelma and Don visited Merrill CAMPBELL and children of Princeton, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam EASTHAM and sons, John and Glen Ray spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. MORRISON of Clear Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. STIFF and sons, Harold and Charles, visited Mr. and Mrs. D. W. BURNSIDE of Melissa Sunday.
Mr. Claud WALTHALL of McKinney spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ruel WALTHALL.
Misses Dorothy and Inez JOHNSON visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee SHANE of New Hope, Sunday.
Mr. Homer DAVIDSON and daughter, Miranna, visited Mrs. Cora ALLEN of Foote Sunday.
Miss Mary and Lula Belle SHORT visited Mr. and Mrs. Elzie BREZEL of McKinney Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Other STRICKLAND and daughter and son, Janelle and Ladelle spent the week-end with the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John BUTLER of Culleoka.
Bill HORP of McKinney spent Saturday night with Martin Glyn STRICKLAND.
Mr. and Mrs. Milt HAMMONDS of McKinney is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. L. CAVE and family.
Merrill CAMPBELL and children of Princeton visited Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Strickland and Mr. and Mrs. Willie RAY and children.
Mr. and Mrs. GALLAMORE visited Mr. and Mrs. Dewey WALLEY, Sunday.
Miss Emma Ruth BYLER and John William PIERCE of Melissa were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. BYLER Wednesday night. Their many friends wish them a long and happy married life.
Mr. and Mrs. COX went to Dallas and selected the play to be given for the last of school.
Miss Etta Ruth JUSTICE went to Pilot Point, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George PORTER and children of Altoga visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie RAY and children, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. FURR and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Clay DUNCAN Thursday night until bed-time.
Mrs. C. R. McGARRAH and children and Mr. Dick SNYDER visited Mr. Lee STRIPLIN and family and Mr. J. P. STRIPLIN of Enlow Sunday afternoon.
J. S. CRUTCHER has been on the sick list.
Mr. Calvin SHELTON of Stephenville, Erath county, visited his sister, Mrs. L. C. DUNCAN last Wednesday ;night.
Mrs. Jim SORRELL and Mrs. J. W. CUNNINGHAM of Bois d’Arc, Mrs. Clay DUNCAN, Mrs. Alvin WYNN of this place and Mrs. Layton JOPLIN of McKinney visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe CROTCHES Sunday.
Vernon McGARRAH spent Sunday afternoon with Truman Earl BRYCE.
Mrs. Clarence CANTRELL and children and Mrs. NODES spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Jack RUBLE.
Mrs. Robert DUNCAN and children of Denton visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron DUNCAN last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred FIELD and Fred, Jr. and Mrs. Alice BAKER went to Fort Worth last Sunday.
Mrs. H. M. TALKINGTON and Mrs. W. B. MAHON were in McKinney Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. NAUGLE and Mrs. J. E. ROBISON spent Wednesday and Thursday in Fort Worth. Mrs. ROBISON remained.
Mrs. W. J. SHIPLEY and Miss Jerlie, Mrsw. D. B. TALKINGTON and Miss Sara Katherine WILSON were shopping in Dallas.
Mesdames O. F. FIELD and R. R. CARAWAY were shopping in McKinney.
Mrs. C. E. BEANLAND returned Friday from a stay in Dallas with her brother, Titus KEENE whose condition is unimproved.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd CROCKETT were in McKinney Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack TOLLESON have moved into the Uncle June BAKER home which has recently been occupied by Mrs. GRAVES and her daughter, Mrs. Raymond FUTRELL.
Mr. and Mrs. Drude TALKINGTON were McKinney visitors, Saturday.
Mr. LANX [sic] of Mt. Vernon and Mrs. Ida PATTERSON of this city were united in marriage Feb. 28th. Rev. C. H. WRAY officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. MONTGOMERY and daughter and Mrs. DUGGER of Dallas spent Sunday with Mrs. P. G. MONTGOMERY.
Mrs. Fladger PHENIX and children have returned to Houston after a visit here with Rev. and Mrs. J. O. PHENIX. All visited in Dallas Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. WHATLEY.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey SKELTON have moved into the BOUNDS house south of the M.E. Church. Mr. and Mrs. Claude HAYS have moved from Frisco back to Prosper and will occupy the house with the SKELTONS.
Mrs. J. E. LIPSCOMB of White Deer is here for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick WILSON and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. Drude TALKINGTON Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. SCOGGINS and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. MORRIS visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. CRANK Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. LANE and children and Mr. and Mrs. Fred LANE and baby visited relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. CRANK, Richard, Jr., Robert, and Dorothy CRANK visited Joe Ben CRANK of the McKinney hospital Sunday.
Slim WILLIS and John JEANS were in McKinney Monday to take the former’s son Sidney who underwent a minor operation for draining pus from his right lung, the result of pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom LANE of Frisco were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy RICE of Plano.
Mrs. WILLIS and children were in McKinney Tuesday to visit Sidney WILLIS at the hospital there.
Mrs. H. M. TALKINGTON and Mrs. W. B. MAHON are spending a few days in Fort Worth.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. CARAWAY were in McKinney to visit the latter’s mother, Mrs. Charlie BUCHANAN of Desert who is a patient at the City hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Hershall FARLEY gave the young people a party Wednesday night.
Mrs. Bulah LOVELADY is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lester BALLARD.
Mrs. J. H. SANDIDGE gave her friends an old time quilting last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy AKIN and children of Culleoka spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. GRAVES.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. TAYLOR were bedtime visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles RAY last Wednesday at New Life.
Mrs. Alma FARLEY and Mrs. J. W. FARLEY visited Mrs. Blondy TAYLOR Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred BRASWELL visited Mr. and Mrs. Buryl COFFEY Sunday at White Rock.
Mrs. J. T. MANTOOTH of Melissa, Mrs. John THOMPSON of McKinney visited [misprinted]....
Mr. and Mrs. Sam EASTMAN of Wilson Chapel visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill THOMAS Sunday.
Mrs. J. W. FARLEY has been attending the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. Pat HALEY in McKinney.
Mr. and Mrs. Prentice ALLEN of Foote visited Mr. and Mrs. Lester BALLARD Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom TAYLOR and children visited Mr. and Mrs. W. M. TAYLOR Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred BRASWELL, Mrs. Chas GRAVES and Stelsa Lee GRAVES, visited Mrs. K. HALL Sunday afternoon.
Miss Rachel JOHNSON of Westminster is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. SANDIDGE.
Mrs. Oliver LOVELADY of Thompson, Mrs. Tolbert COMBEST of Valdasta visited Mrs. Jewell BALLARD, Saturday.
Mrs. Claude POTTS of Dallas visited Mr. and Mrs. Jesse CALLAWAY Monday.
Mrs. T. L. GOEN visited her children who live in Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. UHLIG of Dallas visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. THOMAS.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil CORZINE of Dallas spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. ANDERHULT.
Miss Mary Jo CORZINE spent the week-end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom CORZINE.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. MAYNARD had visitors from Dallas.
Mrs. Mozelle CRAWFORD of Tulsa spent Sunday with her grandmother, Mrs. Josephine DANIEL.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil HACKLER and baby daughter of Dallas, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde POTTS.
Miss Ernestine RUSSELL has accepted a position in the office of Tax Assessor N. D. READY at McKinney.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess GREEN who are conducting a tent moving picture show were in Wylie Monday visiting his sister, Mrs. Clara BOYD.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace SMITHWICK and Mr. and Mrs. Ray PITTS motored to Sulphur Springs Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ripley SMITHWICK.
Mrs. C. M. GALLAGHER was called to the bedside of her sister, Mrs. J. W. McNEIL at Dallas Wednesday evening who was reported to be very sick.
Sunday guests of Mrs. Tom J. HALL were Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. HALL of Mason, Texas, Mrs. T. L. JOHNSON and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. PERRIN of Magill, Oklahoma and Mr. and Mrs. E. N. ELDRIDGE and children of McKinney.
Mr. F. T. N. (Nick) HOOD, a candidate for a second term as assessor and collector of Collin county spent part of Wednesday in Wylie.
Mrs. Kathleen GREEN and daughters Pauline and Rebecca of Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. V. H. RUSSELL and family of Fort Worth and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. RUSSELL of Wylie visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde RUSSELL at Dallas.
Misses Marjorie HILLIS and Oreta POTTS are in from a weeks journey to Abilene, Texas there they were entertained by Mayor and Mrs. T. L. JOHNSON.
Rev. R. F. BRYAN who has had charge of the Wylie Circuit since the last general Methodist Conference has resigned.
Hawkins PETERMAN of Fort Worth is visiting the S. F. PETERMAN family.
Juanita BURGNER of near Celina visited friends and relatives here.
Misses Tommie Jean DOBBIE and Alla Mallone spent the week-end in Dallas.
Emory KNAPP is ill of pneumonia.
Grandpa POWELL has returned from a visit with his son, Henry of Denton and daughter of Aubrey.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville SUTHERLAND and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Otis HAMBY.
Good Hope school children and teachers, Mrs. Olin COX, Misses Mallone and Dobbie attended the Denton County Sing-Song program at Denton.
Bud NANCE, who was operated upon at Dr. BURTON’s sanitarium in McKinney last Friday is improving very slowly.
Archie ETHRIDGE is in Plano visiting relatives.
The KNAPPS [sic] twins were here from West Texas last week-end.
John McCURRY and Ernest METZ have returned to their home in Hereford, Colorado after an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. LINDLEY and family.
Mrs. J. M. JEFFRESS and daughter, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. JACKSON and son, Bobbie Jean.
Ebb BOTHWELL visited Tom BOTHWELL and family here.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. GIST and Mrs. W. G. DRAKE spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George DRAKE of McKinney.
Mrs. Will DICKERSON and daughters, Cecil and Lucille visited Mrs. Milton DRAKE Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. BARNES and family of McKinney spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. N. JENKINS and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie DRAKE and family and Mr. and Mrs. John POSTON attended singing at the Gospel tabernacle at McKinney Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy WILSON and family visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. WILSON and family Sunday.
Miss Mabel STEGALL spent the latter part of last week with Misses Ruth and Emma Lou NEELY.
Mr. Felix DRAKE spent Sunday with Miss Rosie SIMPSON of Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess TANNER and daughter, Marie and Ruth of Lovefield, Mr. Ross LOWERY, Mr. Guy TURNER and Mr. and Mrs. John POSTON, spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie DRAKE and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Abner HONEA and family were bedtime visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bob HONEA Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Don PENNINGTON spent Wednesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will PENNINGTON and family.
Donazelle WILSON spent Tuesday night with Bessie B. LENDERMAN.
Miss Marie GOODWIN spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene GOODWIN.
Bedtime visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie DRAKE and family Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Jim MILLER and son, James Earl, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. WILLIAMS, Mr. and Mrs. John POSTON, Mr. and Mrs Jim POSTON, and Mr. Ross LOWERY.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene GOODWIN and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. DRAKE spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. D. GOODWIN and daughter.
Mrs. Don PENNINGTON spent Wednesday visiting with Mrs. Oll McMENAMY.
Mrs. Everett McMENAMY and children spent Monday with mrs. S. W. GIST.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett DICKERSON visited Mr. and Mrs. Bryan BASSHAM Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard RAY and daughter, Bobby Lou of McKinney, was here Sunday.
Chas. KIMBALL has returned from Chicago where he has been under treatment. He is much improved.
Miss Dorothy GADDY returned Sunday from the McKinney hospital and is recovering from a recent operation for appendicitis.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. BROOKS of McKinney, were here Sunday as the guests of Mrs. G. H. FOSTER and Miss Mattie FOSTER.
Frank DAVIS returned Wednesday from the McKinney hospital and is recovering nicely from a recent operation.
Rodney Macleod of McKinney is a candidate for county clerk.
Eugene PIERCE (col.) Left last week for Dallas, where he enlisted in Uncle Sam’s Navy. He was at once transferred to Norfolk, Va.
Robert DO-WELL of Kaufman was here Sunday.
Dr. A. C. CARRY and Will BUMPIEST were in Denison last Friday to see Miss Elizabeth BUMPIEST who is ill.
Miss Jeanette CARRY of State University Austin was here over the past week-end visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. C. CARRY.
Miss Willard HENSLEE of Dallas was here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert HENSLEE.
Mrs. Nettie WILLIAMS returned this week from Durant, Oklahoma where she spent the past three weeks with her brother who was seriously ill but is recovering.
Officer Bruce WEBB says he has an auto horn which was stolen from a car.
Prof. N. O. WRIGHT who has served... as Supt. Of the Farmersville Public Schools was re-elected for the third year Thursday night.
C. C. SMITH formerly of this community, died at his home at Wills Point last Monday. The following from this community attended: R. L. WOODS and family, Artie STEPHENS and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thad SEAY, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie SEAY. Mr. SMITH had moved to Wills Point about 2 years ago...
...Lazy Ambrose GLASS and Cleve CHAPMAN [have] been talking about old times. Seems like Cleve was a pupil of Rural Carrier GLASS when the latter was the proud professor in the Spring Hill school.
Hon. J. D. COTTRELL was in Denton Monday on legal business.
Ben CLOYD of McKinney was a business visitor in Plano Monday.
Mrs. Joe BURNS has been quite ill at her home on South Main street for the past two weeks.
Mrs. J. Ollie SMITH of McKinney spent one day last week with her friend, Mrs. Mary Shepard WHITE.
Mr. and Mrs. John SAVAGE motored to Sulphur Springs Saturday to attend the bedside of the latter’s mother, Mrs. Buster MATHEWS, who has been quite ill.
Mrs. J. L. ALDRIDGE, who has been sick for the past several weeks, although still confined to her bed, is improving.
Mrs. Allen DUNCAN and Mrs. R. B. BOWEY wee in McKinney Monday to visit the former’s aunt, Miss Laura Sue ALLEN who has been ill for several weeks.
Mrs. Chas. HARRINGTON went to Dallas Monday to visit her brother, Clifton STOVALL, who was slightly injured in an auto accident.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. HARTLINE who have resided on a farm southwest of Plano for many years have recently moved to Plano.
O. C. “Red” CHRISTIE visited home folks in Plano one night last week. He has recently moved his family to this city.
G. A. PAYSINGER of McKinney is a candidate for Commissioner of Precinct No. 4 and was in Plano.
Mr. and Mrs. Rommie MARTIN and children visited with Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. MITCHELL of Altoga and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie MARTIN of Melissa Sunday. Mr. MARTIN is an uncle of Rommie while Mrs. MITCHELL is his aunt.
C. M. CHRISTIE, popular and progressive Plano hardware and implement dealer, and son C. J. motored up to Oklahoma City and visited Dr. Roy M. BOLLYEAT returning home the same day.
Rev. and Mrs. J. B. OAKLEY went to McKinney Sunday to visit their friend, Mrs. M. C. HARRIS, who is critically ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. H. BLEWETT and husband. Mrs. HARRIS recently suffered a stroke of paralysis. She is the mother of Mrs. J. F. HARRINGTON, also of McKinney.
Dan RIKE, Mayor of Farmersville and a candidate for Sheriff of Collin County was a recent visitor in Plano.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. HARRINGTON has as their dinner guests last Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. COLEMAN of Dallas, Dr. and Mrs. George GREENE and Mrs. Davis GARLAND of Austin and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McDONALD of Cynthianna, Kentucky. The occasion was in honor of the latter couple who are in Texas visiting relatives.
Our enemy, fire, seems to be visiting in Blue Ridge lately. One day last week, Mrs. D. L. BURGESS’ barn burned; last Thursday morning the home of Mr. Lon RICHARDSON was completely destroyed and Thursday afternoon, Mr. Tom WHITE’s house caught on fire.
Mr. and Mrs. George TREE, Mr. W. M. BAKER and Charlie CALLOWAY were McKinney visitors, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. NELSON and baby and Miss Addie TAYLOR were Dallas visitors Monday.
Mr. Felix HOWARD of Frognot visited Mrs. Bessie HARMON Saturday.
Mr. Melvin WHITT who attends school at Denton is visiting home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin PRUETT spent last Sunday with her mother Mrs. LAWRENCE of Sherman.
Mrs. C. C. WHITT is on the sick list.
Several from here attended a bridge party at Mr. and Mrs. Jess HARBEN’s at Farmersville.
Mr. Sam BURR and family of Shady Grove visited Mrs. Lewis BAKER, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim PHILLIPS of Melissa visited relatives Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard MILLER and son, Billie RAY of Anna, visited the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. INGRAM Sunday.
Mrs. Edd DOSS and daughter of Whitewright visited Mr. and Mrs. W. M. BAKER and family.
Miss Katherine INGRAM is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Leonard MILLER of Anna.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos WOMBLE of Westminster visited the former’s mother, Mrs. Goldie WOMBLE Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Berry BIGGS, Mr. and Mrs. Shortie WISER visited Earl COOK and family at Princeton Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. ARMSTRONG, Mr. and Mrs. Aezie ARMSTRONG, Miss Millie ARMSTRONG and Miss Leta ARMSTRONG of Milburn, Oklahoma, Mrs. WILLIS and Miss Tressye SPURGIN, Sunday. [sic]
Jerry GRAHAM, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Buddie GRAHAM celebrated his sixth birthday Saturday afternoon at his home with twenty of his small friends.
Rev. Eugene SKELTON of McKinney will preach here next Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. MANTOOTH and daughter Miss Nell and Mr. and Mrs. Choice BATES of Princeton visited their mother and grandmother, Mrs. M. B. MANTOOTH Sunday. She continues ill.
Clide LACY of McKinney spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Virgie LACY.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny HAVENS and Clide HAVENS and little daughter, Johnny Fay of Dallas visited relatives here Saturday.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. MORELAND were Rev. and Mrs. G. B. AIRHART, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond COMPTON and daughters of McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie MORELAND and boys of Womble.
Bud LACY of McKinney is visiting relatives here.
Mr. Lester TAYLOR of Verona and Miss Cami WHITT, daughter of Mrs. Blanch WHITT of Altoga were married Friday night.
Miss Ethel Grace FARLEY of Foote visited her grandmother, Mrs. G. C. LOVELADY, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy JOHNSON of Oklahoma spent Saturday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah HALE.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace TRULOVE and children of Blue Ridge, visited Mr. and Mrs. Virgie Lee WATKINS Sunday.
Miss Alta EDWARDS attended the funeral of her uncle Mr. BOWIE at Westminster Thursday.
Miss Hope LACY left Sunday for Southmayd where she will nurse in the home of Mrs. Wess HARVEY.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. JOHNSON visited her brother, Rowe LAWSON and family at Bloomdale Thursday night and their son, John JOHNSON and family Friday night near McKinney.
Mrs. S. B. VERMILLION has been sick the past week.
Jim Carl COMMONS of Melissa visited his mother here Tuesday.
Sunday guests of Mrs. VIRGIE LACY were Mr. Wess HARVEY and daughter, Miss Katherine and Miss Frances KLASS of Southmayd.
Miss Beatrice MAYNARD of Foote was a guest of Miss Hazel WATKINS Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Royce EVANS and baby son visited her father Mr. Oscar GUNTER at Weston.
Misses Gladys SHELTON and Emogene BAXTER visited the former’s parents at Anna.
Glen, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Troy LAWSON has been ill the past week.
Week-end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. RAY were Mr. and Mrs Gault SIMPSON of McKinney and Mr. and Mrs. Clide STEWART of Dallas.
James and Jean RAMSEY of Valdasta spent the week-end with their brother and sister Odell RAMSEY and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hershal FARLEY.
Mrs. Beatrice LAWSON and children, Marie, Leon and Zetta Fay visited Mr. and Mrs. W. R. LAWSON Sunday.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John RAY were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ray of Van Alstyne and mr. and Mrs. Foster ARIE and little daughter of Prosper.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah HALE and daughter, Miss Sammie have been attending the bedside of their son and brother, Jesse HALE at Ash Grove who is seriously ill.
Mrs. Hattie BAXTER made a business trip to Farmersville.
Miss Yvonne RAMSEY of Valdasta, Miss Marjorie FARLEY of Belton spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Hershal FARLEY.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie MORELAND and boys of Womble visited the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. MORELAND Sunday.
Mrs. Mary MONTGOMERY and Miss Annie CRAMER of Frisco visited Mr. and Mrs. H. M. CRAMER Tuesday.
Mr. Robert FLOYD of Denton and Mr. Robert MELTON of Allen spent Sunday with Mr. Whit MELTON.
Miss Sadie POLLARD visited in Sherman, Sunday.
Mr. Perry CHAMBERS, who sustained injuries while playing football a few days ago is a patient in the city hospital.
Miss Eva Lou CASHON spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. BRAZIL of Mt. Olive.
Mr. and Mrs. Shuler MOORE and son, Jackie and Miss Mozella SANFORD of McKinney visited Mr. and Mrs. GRADY MELTON Friday.
Misses Doris and Lois CHAMBERS of Denton spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack CHAMBERS.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed HERNDON had as their guests for dinner, Bro. BRADSHAW and Bro. KEY of McKinney.
Mrs. Owen CLARK and daughter, Anna Belle of Denton, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. E. QUISENBERRY Friday.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. CRAMER Sunday were Misses Vivian DUNCAN, Alyne PASKE and Mr. George CRAMER of Dallas.
Misses Mildred CRAMER and Lula Emily MELTON spent last week-end with Miss Verta Louise McCAULEY of Frisco.
Mr. and Mrs. AMBERSON and family of McKinney have moved to our community.
Mrs. Quintilla ALEXANDER has returned from a visit to relatives in Arkansas city, Kansas.
Miss Marie BARNETT has gone to Fort Worth to attend business school.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack SAVAGE and son of Dallas visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl CRAMER, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred HUEBSCH of Magill, Oklahoma visited relatives during the week-end.
Mrs. Ethel GREER and son, Wayne, spent the week-end with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. JOHNSON of Howe.
Grandmother REED still continues very poorly.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer SPEARMAN of Dallas spent Sunday with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. HENDRICKS.
Rev. RICKERSON returned home after spending a week with his daughter, Mrs. BRINLEE.
Mrs. Price MULLIKIN of Sherman spent Thursday with parents, Mr. and Mrs. BRINLEE.
Mrs. Annie SHARP was in McKinney Monday.
Messrs Geo. And Jack JETTON were in Van Alstyne, Monday.
Mrs. Belton HARTNESS is suffering from a broken jaw bone caused from having a tooth pulled.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert GEER, Mrs. Rebecca GEER and two daughters, Annie Lee and Jimmie, spent Sunday with their son and brother, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. GEER of Bonham.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe GODWIN of Princeton visited Mrs. REED Monday.
Mrs. A. L. JOHNSON gave a little granddaughter, Marietta WEBB of McKinney a birthday party Saturday afternoon. She was 7 years old.
Miss Ona BOTSFORD of Stiff Chapel spent the week-end with Miss Ruby Faye LOFTICE.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd COLLIER of Oklahoma were recent visitors of Mrs. M. L. ASKEW.
Miss Tootsie ANDERSON was a week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm MARTIN of Tyler.
The young folks enjoyed a party in Mr. Sam PARRIS pasture Friday night.
Miss Ford FERGUSON spent the week-end with her parents in Leesville, Louisiana.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson and family spent Sunday at Rosamond Chapel, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bryan LINDSEY.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy PORTER and family spent Sunday with the latter’s mother, Mrs. PHILIPS of Farmersville.
Mr. Jess ERWIN of Royse City visited his mother, Mrs. Etta ERWIN last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin WARNER and daughter, Frances, spent the week-end with the latter’s father. P. S. HENRY.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter PORTER of Dallas spent Sunday ;night with the former’s mother, Mrs. Wilma PORTER.
Mr. and Mrs. John ANDERSON and Mr. and Mrs. Bill TAYLOR of Denison were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John STARNES Saturday night.
Mr. L. Z. BENNETT of Frisco recently visited his sister, Mrs. B. L. WALDEN.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva BELL spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin WYNN of the Foncine community.
Mrs. Johnnie ERWIN and daughter, Louise, visited her father, Mr. VAUGHAN of Celina, last week.
Little Avys Rae LOFTICE is improving after a severe attack of whooping cough.
Miss Jettie Bell WYNN spent Sunday night with Miss Marguerite ruth GIBSON.
Miss Tezzie JOHNSON entertained a number of her friends with the party Tuesday.
Mrs. Opal LOFTICE visited her mother Mrs. M. L. ASKEW Tuesday.
Mrs. S. D. WYNN and daughter, Annie Mae, were Sunday guests of Mrs. C. W. HOLLAND of the Trinity community.
Miss Jessie Ray AIRHART of Valdasta spent Sunday night with Miss Irene FRAZIER.
Mr. and Mrs. Will BROWNING were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. BROWNING Sunday.
Miss Mildred JORDAN of Melissa has returned home after spending the week with Misses Katherine and Ruby DICKENSON.
Bro. STERCK, wife, little daughter, and Mrs. STERCK’s sister, Miss TRENT of Irving visited Mr. and Mrs. B. C. THOMPSON.
Mrs. Melvin COX of Greenville visited Mrs. T. W. JORDAN Thursday.
Mrs. O. S. SCOTT of Bishop and Mrs. Glen R. SCOTT of McKinney were visiting friends here Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy REAVES and baby have returned to Longview.
Mrs. Hattie JORDAN, Mrs. S. R. DICKENSON, and daughters Ruby and Katherine visited Mrs. Fannie JORDAN in Melissa.
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. SCOTT of Bishop visited Mr. and Mrs. S. W. LOFTICE Sunday.
Misses VERNON and LEIGH visited over the week-end with Miss VERNON’s parents of Rockwall.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. SMITH of Celina visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde CATE Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry DRURY of Rine Ridge visited his mother, Mrs. J. R. DRURY and sister, Mrs. J. R. CLOSE, Sunday.
Mrs. Tommie THOMPSON and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy GEORGE of Lone Elm Sunday.
Boyd HITCHCOCK of McKinney visited Mr. C. D. TAYLOR, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. COX gave a dinner Sunday honoring the birthday of their son, Melvin COX’s birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin COX of Greenville, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. ANDERSON and children, James REED and Earl RAY of McKiney, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie NEAL and daughter Charicie of Princeton, Mrs. Trabb BURTON and Billie Glen, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis COX and Evelyn COX.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer HAYNES, Mr. W. T. BEATY and daughter, Theo visited Mr. and Mrs. Babe BEATY of Denton Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo BURTON and little daughter, Joetta visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack ROBISON and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie DRAKE and family, Mr. Ross LOWRY and Mr. and Mrs. John POSTON of Enlow attended singing here Sunday night.
Mr. T. W. JORDAN is suffering with boils on the back of his neck.
Mr. Raymond DICKENSON of Esteline visited over the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. DICKENSON and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon LITTRELL and baby of Anna attended singing.
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell MOSLEY of Bloomdale visited Mr. and Mrs. R. R. LITTRELL Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. S. A. REDDEN is seriously ill with erysipelas.. All of her children from Dallas were attending her bedside Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. MORGAN and son, J. W. attended the bedside of his brother, Mr. Eldred MORGAN in the City Hospital of McKinney where he passed away early Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie HERRON and daughter Earline of McKinney attended P.T.A. here Thursday.
Mrs. John BERRY of Melissa visited her daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Clovis SWANNER Thursday.
Miss Gladys BERRY visited Miss Dorothy LEIGH, Thursday.
Mrs. John MILRANEY of Melissa visited Mr. and Mrs. T. W. JORDAN Friday.
Mrs. Trabb BURTON visited Mr. and Mrs. R. J. ANDERSON and family Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob PARKER had all their children home Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Jim POWERS of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. Noel MARTIN of Anna; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence PARKER of Womble. Also Mr. LASALLE and Miss SHAE of Dallas.
Mrs. Bob PARKER has been in bad health all winter.
The Chambersville P.T.A. met. A one act play was given. Those taking part in the play were: Freda MARSHALL, Alice FARNSWORTH, LaVerne BEATTY, Ruby CURRY, Claudia HUNTER, Jewell REAVES, Mae Beth THOMPSON, Thelma SELF, Violet PARKER and Grace LEWIS.
Grady JENKINS has a new storm cellar.
Mrs. Maggie DAVIS of McKinney is visiting her son, Clarence DAVIS this week.
C. R. GLADDEN and family of Frisco visited his sister, Mrs. Clarence DAVIS last week.
Mrs. Cora JENKINS of Whites Grove visited J. E. JENKINS and family Tuesday.
Vernon CROWDER and family of McKinney, Jewel JENKINS and Miss Dorlease GODWIN were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim JENKINS, Jr., Sunday.
Mrs. George WESTERMAN and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. JENKINS Sunday.
Mrs. LORANCE and Mrs. BOX visited Mrs. Rufus McPEAK Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McPEAK of Copeville are visiting their son, Rufus this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence COLLIER visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete MOUNGER, Sunday.
G. F. ANDREWS and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Homer JUDD Sunday.
Mrs. Maggie SNAVELY visited relatives at McKinney last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard ATHEY and sons, J. d. and Cecil of Higgins, and Elmer ATHEY and wife of near Plano were visitors last Sunday.
Elmont SNAVELY and wife and Mrs. Maggie SNAVELY were Dallas visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. JUDD has the following visitors Sunday: Eddie SAMS and wife of Dallas, J. S. JUDD and family, Porter JUDD, Oleta JUDD and Miss Frankie JONES.
Granville LASATER who has been sick for several days is able to be out again.
Paul McELROY lost one of his mules last week.
C. MYERS and family spent Sunday with Jeff WELBORN and family.
Emmett WELBORN and family were guests of Tom WELBORN and wife Sunday.
Ike HONAGER and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie WELBORN Sunday>
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard JENKINS and Mrs. THELMA GODWIN and children Clovi?? And Johnny were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben GODWIN Sunday.
Uncle Henry AKIN had a birthday dinner Feb. 24 at which the following relatives were present: Charley AKIN and wife and Mrs. Fitzhugh TALBOT of Princeton, Everett AKIN and family of Burkburnett, Floyd AKIN and family of Denison, Roy AKIN and family, Lawrence McGRAW and family and Alton McGRAW and family all of this place.
Mrs. Thelma JENKINS and Mrs. Myrtle JENKINS visited Mr. and Mrs. Jess JACKSON Thursday.
A. C. JONES and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. MOORE Sunday.
Mrs. Minnie McELROY was a dinner guest of Mrs. Minnie DOUGLAS Sunday.
Mrs. Haidee PRUETT and son, Ulric, Mrs. Belle JONES, Mrs. Minnie McELROY and Mrs. Minnie DOUGLAS visited Mrs. Elmer DOUGLAS Sunday afternoon. Mrs. DOUGLAS has been quite sick for sometime, but is improving now.
S. J. JUDD and wife visited her uncle Henry MORRISON of Princeton and attended Sunday School.
Bush DOTSON and family of near McKinney visited his mother, Mrs. Bettie DOTSON, Sunday.
Mrs. Lucy THOMAS of McKinney was a week-end visitor with her sister, Mrs. Chas. CARTER.
Bobby Helen, five year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. GRANT who was struck by a car Sunday is thought to be improving.
Mrs. M. J. JOHNSON and daughter, Gladys of Dallas visited Mrs. J. M. JOHNSON and children Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Burl COFFEY of Stony Point visited C. E. COFFEY and family Saturday night.
Misses Mildred CRAMER and Lula Emily MELTON of McKinney were guests of Miss Verta Louise McCARLEY.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. MALONE, two daughters and a granddaughter from near Prosper and W. H. POLSER of Hebron were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. MALONE.
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon SHRADER and children of Dallas were Saturday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. SHRADER.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest WARREN had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. O. W. SHEPARD and family of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Jack HOLLAND and daughter of McKinney.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. STOVER are moving to Denton where he will be associated with his son, Eugene, in the undertaking business.
Misses Louise and Frances DAFFREN and their pianist Miss Verta Louise McCAULEY went to McKinney Wednesday where they furnished entertainment for the Lions Club.
Mr. and Mrs. S. I. KELSEN and Mrs. Ida KERLEY attended the 65th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. WALDEN Sunday at the home of their daughter Mrs. Ike HUFFAKER in Denton.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas TALLEY of McKinney were here Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. TALLEY.
Much Interest in Beautifying Over County. The Centennial Highway Beautification Association of McKinney met February 29th with a representative gathering of the county. [Those present] were: Mrs. J. L. LOVEJOY, Mrs. Fitzhugh NEWSOME, Roy KIRKPATRICK, Mr. McCLURE, Mrs. John CHURCH. Mrs. George JENKINS of Celina, Mrs. O. L. BARKER of Frisco, Mrs. HONAKER of Farmersville, Mrs. Will BUSH of Allen, Mrs. J. W. BERRY and Mrs. BRIDGEFARMER of Melissa, Mrs. J. W. BUTTON of Plano, Ed YEATTS of Josephine, Mrs. John CHANDLER of Chambersville, Miss Helen DUNLAP, County Demonstration Agent, Mrs. Joe LARGENT of the McKinney Garden Club, Mrs. FINCH of the Owl Club, Mrs. FERGUSON of the McKinney Garden Club, Miss Bessie HEARD of Tree Conservation Committee of the McKinney Garden Club, Charles E. GRAVES of the Retail Merchants Association, Mrs. W. E. DITTO, Mrs. H. A. FINCH, Mrs. Fitzhugh WOLFORD, Mrs. Walter H. WILEY.
Child Hurt When Autos Collide. Virginia Caroline, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter HOLLAND, sustained cuts about the face and head when the automobile in which she was riding with her mother and Mrs. Elmo CLOYD, collided with another. The little girl was thrown into the windshield of the CLOYD car. The driver of the other car, and Mrs. CLOYD and Mrs. HOLLAND escaped injury.
Arch ELLIS of South Tennessee Street has bought a nice lot across the street from the South Ward School from Pete GADBERRY. The deal was made by Tom W. PERKINS and Frank BLACKWELL.
Mrs. Will R. HILL of Dallas has been spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Richard BASS, West Tucker Street.
Dr. Chas. M. SHUMWAY and his mother, Mrs. C. M. SHUMWAY have moved to the H. A. KISTLER home on Tucker Street.
Mrs. J. O. ROBISON of Spokane Washington is here for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Robert L COWAN, wife of the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Ike TALKINGTON came up from Dallas to attend Bro HORN’s funeral. Both of them were long time neighbors of Bro. HORN and family.
Hon. Joe W. McCULLOUGH was notified of the death, at 1 o’clock Tuesday morning of his sister-in-law, Mrs. W. P. McCULLOUGH at her home in Sulphur Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. NAUGLE of Prosper attended the funeral of Bro HORN, Sunday.
J. Ed McGEE, successful Farmer and Stockman [is being] urged to get in the race for County Commissioner. His wife is the former Miss Viola POOLE.
Mrs. C. J. MORELAND and daughter, Mrs. Obe BOTSFORD were shopping in McKiney Monday from their home at Altoga.
Mr. and Mrs. J. MONTGOMERY residing northwest of town were in the City Saturday.
Mrs. Sam WYSONG of Prosper was here Monday and left an order for programs.
Paul THOMPSON was in McKinney Tuesday.
Thanks to Mrs. Jim DOCKINS for cash to renew.
J. H. TALLANT, successful farmer of the Princeton community was in the city Tuesday and called by to renew.
H. A. PADON and wife accompanied by Mrs. I. LAMBRY of Sherman, attended the funeral services for Eld. R. C. HORN here Sunday.
More Renewals for the Examiner. J. W. HOLLEY living two miles east of Allen; W. H. ALLEN of Quanah, Route 2 sends cash - he formerly lived here.
Frank KERR, one of the Celina community’s most substantial farmers was in McKinney Tuesday. We met him in company with his boyhood friend, Dr. J. L. GOSSETT.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. NAUGLE of Prosper attended the funeral of Bro. HORN Sunday.
George FLESHER, one of the best men in North Collin was here Saturday and dropped in to see us. He was sorry to hear of Carlie THOMPSON’s ill health. Carlie is with his daughter at Houston.
Mrs. Cliff EMERSON is having her residence on North Church Street repainted.
George WEBB was here from near Lowry Crossing Friday.
Mrs. W. C. BRINLEE of Westminster was shopping in McKinney Saturday.
C. C. League Meet to be Held in Plano 27-28. The Collin County Interscholastic League Meet will be held in Plano.... Mr. N. O. WRIGHT states that track events will be held Saturday. Directors’ names of the various events in the county are the following: Director General - R. F. HARTMAN, Nevada; Debate - E. A. SIGLER, Plano; Declamation - Ray BROWN, Josephine; Spelling - Mrs Edna POWERS, Princeton; Athletics - N. O. WRIGHT, Farmersville; Music Memory - Miss Winnie DOUGLAS, Celina; Essay Writing - Mrs. Sam WYSONG, Prosper; Choral Singing - Miss MORROW, McKinney; Play Ground Ball - Homer Adams, Murphy; Volley Ball - Elbert RANDLES McKinney; Tennis - Damon SMART, Melissa; Girls Basket Ball - R. R. JAMES, Blue Ridge; Picture Memory - Miss Norma SPORTSMAN, McKinney; Arithmetic - J. W. AKINS, Wylie; One-Act Play - Waldron COOLEY, McKinney; Story Telling - Mrs. Alfred GUNSTREAM, Frisco; Extemporaneous Speech - Paul HENDERSON, Allen.
Chas. SELF, Mgr. — Economy Furniture Store, McKinney.
HORN & WHITE — McKinney’s Leading Tire Store - the Basis of Comparison.
PERKINS Bro’s. Dealers in Frigidaire, Philco Radios, Easy Washing Machines, dresses.
WILSON’s Shoe Store, West side of Square.
E. G. WEST, Mgr. — McKinney Laundry.
Sherwood DAY — Auto Supplies, For Safety’s Sake
A. A. ARMSTRONG, Mgr. — Collin County Produce.
RAY and ROBERTS CO., Successors to WALLER, RAY & RAY — Insurance and Loans
CROUCH — Undertaking Co., Funeral Directors, Ambulance Service.
MITCHELL’s Drug Store — Now is the time to rid your chicken house of mites and blue bugs.
WILCOX Lumbar Company — Every Piece “Best”
J. P. DO-WELL — Brighten up with Paint.
Miss Jessie HOGUE — used the well-known KC Baking Powder in the McKinney Examiner Cooking School.
CARR’s — Ready to Wear
Jersey Cow for Sale — Waldo CHANEY, Route 2, McKinney.
Choice prairie hay; red oats, both red ear and seed corn at W. M. DOYLE farm, 4 miles southeast of Celina, Texas.
Wash or Grease, 45 cents. Gulf gasoline is better — Lindsey L. BOWEN 1307 South Tennessee.
Albert McCAULEY authorizes the Examiner to place his name in our announcement column. He is a candidate for the office of Constable of Justice Precinct No. 1.
For Congress, Fourth District — Sam RAYBURN
For County Judge — Jewell E. ABERNATHY
For County Tax Assessor-Collector — N. D. READY; F. T. N. (Nick) HOOD; L. J. (Peggy) HAMRICK; Wayne DOTSON.
For Sheriff — E. B. MOORE; Dan F. RIKE; John A. RECORD.
For County Clerk — Miss Bessie D. KEEN
For Commissioner, Precinct No. 1 — Don O. DAVIS; H. A. (Hester) SNIDER.
For County Commissioner, Prect 3 — C. c. WHITT.
For Commissioner, Prect 4. — C. C. (Claude) PAYSINGER; Ralph T. BEDELL; J. H. (Henry) WETSEL; C. W. FOUCHE; M. R. KENDRICK; J. Ed McGEE.
For Justice of Peace Precinct 1 — Clyde DOYLE; Erwin C. CRAUS
For Constable Precinct 1 — A. J. JONES; Albert McCAULEY; T. J. LUSK; Euel FORD; W. H. (Bill) HERNDON.
Notice of Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate.
...In the case of L. A. SCOTT, deceased vs. G. M. BURGE et al, and to me as Sheriff, directed and delivered, I will.....proceed to sell at public auction ...all the right, title and interest of G. M. BURGE, Flossie SULLENBERGER and husband C. B. SULLENBERGER, Alma DORCHESTER and husband R. W. DORCHESTER, and Claudie WESTBROOK and husband J. W. WESTBROOK and Alice Gertrude WALLACE and the unknown heirs of C. C. BURGE and the unknown heirs of F. C. BURGE, deceased for the purpose of foreclosing the deed of trust ...... [Signed] G. J. S. WALKER, Sherif, Collin County by W. E. BUTTON, Deputy.
Real Estate Transfers.
Karl H. SNODGRASS and wife to Virgil HINES and wife, Lot in McKinney.
Federal Land Bank, Houston to Clarence E. JONES in Jonathan DOUTHETT survey.
Walter H. BOGLE et al to Mrs. Blanch HANCOCK in J. CHAMBERS survey.
Waymon NEAL by Trustee to C. C. ALDRIDGE, Lots in Plano.
J. E. TERRY and wife to H. H. NORWOOD, Lot in McKinney.
John K. WILSON and wife to T. Ben WILSON, Lot in Princeton.
Mrs. Iva M. SHIRLEY to N. C. SMART, Lot in McKinney.
Mrs. Harriet B. HAGY et al to Don D. SIMPSON and wife 10 acres in Jermiah MUNCY survey.
G. F. TURNER et ux to Travelers Ins. Co. 82 acres in Jno. LEEWRIGHT survey.
J. ROARK et ux et al to Aetna Life Ins. Co. 209 acres in Josiah J. TURNHAM survey.
M. D. EMERSON, deceased by executor et al to Grant THOMAS, Lots in Allen.
J. E. BOWMAN et ux to W. M. BENTON, Lot in McKinney.
Mertie Allen BURGER et vix to R. A. FURR, Lot in McKinney.
J. R. GISH and wife to R. A. FURR, Lot in McKinney.
J. W. NEAL and wife to Mable HARRELSON in Hardin WRIGHT survey.
P. G. BOORMAN and wife to c. H. AKIN, Lot in Princeton.
Fred BOYER et ux to C. F. CHOATE Lot in Celina.
R. G. PETERMAN and wife to A. C. PETERMAN 10 acres.
David E. BOMAR et al to George ALLEN and Bessie ALLEN, Lot in McKinney.
George ALLEN and wife to Martha Ann FURR, lot in McKinney.
Mrs. C. M. SNIDER of the Blythe Chapel community celebrated her 15th birthday, she being sixty years old. Mrs. SNIDER was born on Feb. 29th so she really has a birthday every four years. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. CAMPBELL, neighbors and relatives of Mrs. SNIDER gave her quite a surprise with an old fashioned country supper. Mrs. CAMPBELL was assisted by her daughters, Ruth HORN and Miss Gladys. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. CAMPBELL and their daughter, Mrs. Ruth Horn; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. SNIDER and daughter, Miss Marjorie, all of the Blythe Chapel community; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. MORROW and daughter, Miss Serlida Mae; Mr. and Mrs. N. P. LYNGE and daughter, Miss Evelyn MORROW, all of Plano; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee HOGGE and family of Parker community; Mr. and Mrs. Jess USSERY and family and Miss Viola COX of Fort Worth; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. GRAY and family of Dallas; Truett SNIDER and A. H. SNIDER. Marion, the younger son of Mrs. SNIDER was in West Texas and was not present.
Mrs. John TAYLOR, residing on East Short Street has been seriously ill for some time. Her husband is a veteran house painter of our city. She was a daughter of the late Fox SMITH and wife, early settlers.
Glad to see George P. BROWN out again. Met him over at the Bank. Looks well. The rest has done him good. But he has to use crutches. Be careful, George P. We can’t afford to have you laid up so much. Need you now.
W. R. GANT of the Lucas community was here Friday [and sent] the Examiner for one year to his nephew, W. C. CLARK.
M. C. HOLLEY, City Route 1 gave us a call and subscribed.
Harold CLEMENTS and Miss Letha WOODS were married in Dallas Saturday night. They were accompanied by Misses Jackie HUFFINES and Francis SEAMAN, Bernice VERNON and Glenn PECK, all of Richardson. The bride is the accomplished daughter of Mrs. D. E. WOOD of Frisco. They will make their home at present with the bride’s mother.
Mrs. Tom LANE gave a dinner Monday honoring her mother, Mrs. W. A. SNEATHEN on her 67th birthday. The table was very attractive.. Enjoying this happy occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank SNEATHAN and twin daughters, Norma Lee and Joe Ann of Tulia, Mrs. H. A. FLIPPEN and Mrs. Metz FLIPPEN of Dallas, Mrs. Bill WATSON of Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. SNEATHAN and son Hugh, Mr. and Mrs. Tom LANE and children, Rex and Patsy.
Mrs. Homer HITCHCOCK has been ill and confined to her house the past week.
Matt MILLER was here Saturday from his farm at Melissa.
Frank TURNER is just about the busiest painter and paperhanger in town and Frank can sure do you a fine job.
Marriage License: J. W. PEARSON and Emma Ruth BYLER — Welton C. MOORE and Mrs. Frances MOORE — E. L. HANNA and Mrs. Billie DRAUGHAN — A. V. BULTMEYER and Mrs. Helen KEITH — Bill B. CLARK and Rubye Lorene ROPER — Eunia Lorence SHOCKLEY and Anita PHILLIPS — Gilbert GARLAND and Edna SPORTSMAN — Leonard BRADDOX (col.) And Clovis LUSTER — Wm. C. CULVER and Leona M. MOUSER
Justice Court: Hon. Erwin CRAUS, J. P. — John A. RECORD, Constable — Bill HERNDON, Deputy.
Births: Mr. and Mrs. Allie BRIDGES, girl — Mr. and Mrs. Forest THOMAS, girl — Mr. and Mrs. Alvin R. WYNN, girl — Mr. and Mrs. James S. SIDES, boy — Mr. and Mrs. Hart HICKSON, col., girl.— Mr. and Mrs. James F. SUMMERS, girl — Mr. and Mrs.W. R. MACK, boy — Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. DUNN, girl — Mr. and Mrs. R. E. CLEMENTs, girl — Mr. and Mrs. John SOWACK, girl — Mr. and Mrs. V. CRAGETT, twin boy and girl — Mr. and Mrs. Lee BLANKENSHIP, boy — Mr. and Mrs. Jack ANDERSON, girl — Mr. and Mrs. H. M. BEATLEY, girl — Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. McQUEARY, girl — Mr. and Mrs. Grattus PAMPLIN, boy — Mr. and Mrs. H. A. BIGGS, boy — Mr. and Mrs. C. L. HOLMES, boy — Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. McNUTT, boy.
Deaths: E. F. ARCHER, age 46 — George Monroe SMITH, 81 — John Jesse LOVELAND, 63 — Mrs. Ellen O. SAMS, 68 — Mrs. R. J. BOLIN, 59 — Mrs. Dora SHOCKEY, 64 — Leva May SMITH, 54 — Ellen LANGHAM, 65 — Crawford BARNES, 7 — R. L. (Bob) JACKSON, 67 — Joe M. OWENS, 65 — Tom PIERCE, col., 70.
County Sheriff’s Department: G. J. S. WALKER, Sheriff — W. E. BUTTON, Office Deputy — George EUBANKS< Riding Deputy — Arbie SPARLIN, Special-Deputy — Stony ALLEN, Jailer.
County Deputies: Lewis L. MILLER, Farmersville — Dock JAMES, Blue Ridge — Q. S. OLINGER, Plano — W. R. TAYLOR, Allen — J. H. HENDRICKS, Westminster — C. L. (Chas.) WALKER, Josephine — Orest HALL, Celina — C. M. COFFEY, Lucas.