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   Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 23, 1949, Denton, Texas                              1M9 rEMONALS init George Avery and Oeorge and JuUe CarroU will spend Thanksgiving with Avevya And Krsy OMrfe Hall In tad Allen will eaiertiln Dallas relatives Thursday at the Bogan southeast Of Guests will include and MrsAllen and Klrby and Duane Plait and Berry and and William Burnett of Taylor and son Charles of will be guests 6f Jim 21S Wact HOSPITAL NOTES Hospital and mitted Nqrma 308 Phll lipi Lake medical treat TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY HAVE IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR 4 YOUNG AGES TO WORK DENTON AND EARNINGS TO CAR MUST HAVE HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION AND NEAT SEEOLIVER EAGLE NOV 25 BETWEEN HOURS 12 NOON 2 AND TO 8 JERSEY Worth PABTLT furnished 3room 811 Available WANTED to rent lumUhed house Phone STJKHIBHED house 1311 Phone 3AOOM furnished duplex apart Private electric near 1306 ANC H DRIVEIN THEATRE Last Timei Tonight Turkey Raisers Slow to Sell At Low Prices 33 turkey growers were still express ing a stubbornness over tell ing their birds at prevailing whole sale prices a survey re vealed the price on foot ranging as much as 10 cents a pound below last years was re ported the supply here was being despite the greater demand than In the past several Three large wholesale poultry houses reported that the growers have been holding back In hopes ment Collinsworth surgery Charles Mc 1228 minor sur gery John Riley medical Dismissed Ray Corbin and Elm Street Hospital and Clinic Norma Jean 224 surgery Larry Dale medical treatment and treatment Denton Hospital and clinic Ad 831 treatment Martin emergency Dismissed David 307 and son 1417 and son Norma 308 At the Elm Street Hospital nnd Clinic minor Rosalind West emergency treat BIRTHS At the Denton Hospital and Clin Jo and 215 a At the Dexton Hospital and Clinls A boy to and Har 1417 A girl to and Leonard Ward Continued from Page 1 ed to take the consulate person nel out of Mukden but never made good their American officials had hopefully looked for some break in the case since Secretary of state Ache sons move last week for concert ed pressure by 30 nations on the Acheson asked the 30 nations to express their concern to the Chinese Thomason to Bryan former city manager of will become Bryan City Manager He was employed by the Bryan City Com mission at a annual salary nnd will succeed Mills The football team of the Univer sity of Arizona was outscorcd 154 points to 232 in yet posted a record ol six wins and four de a far better chance of obtaining a 70 per cent grade A rating when dressed out and thus be eligible lor the government support pro This program guarantees 35 cents a pound lor those having a 70 per cent Grade A rating when dressed One wholesale and retail poultry man quoted his latest maximum wholesale prices being paid as z7 cents per pound for toms and 36 cents for hens on Another denier said he had been paying as high as 29 cents for toms and 36 cents for Sarah Hale Found Dead Here Sarah Agatha was found dead in her apartment be the Bessie Smith 407 She was found about 5 Tuesday by An examining physician said that she died of natural causes about 11 A practical Hale lived She had been a res ident of Denton for about 35 She was born fn Collln 8he was a member of the Church of Christ and the Woodmen of the World Survivors Include three sons Philip of Eugene of and Lohnle Hale of Frisco one lona Robertson of Frisco one Ijee Derryberry of Mc Kinney and nine grandchildren Services are pending the arrival of her two sons from California but they will probably be held either Saturday or Sunday In Llt according to o spokesman of the Jack Schmltz and Sons Funeral who will have charge of Burial will be in the Little Elm Cemetery COUPLE SHAKEN UP IN CRASH NEAR SANGER A Gainesville couple was shak en but not injured seriously m a collision about B Mon day three miles south of Sanxer on Highway and Kllng were treated for shock ana bruises at Clinic after Kling ran his car into the rear of a slowmoving vehicle to avoid a headon Damage was slight and he driver of the other car was not Uajt Times Today 3Y3 Nl SAIL MSUl nia unrmtt THANKSGIVING TURKEY DINNER Roast Yonnit Baby Beef Turkey Oyster Dressing Cranberry Glazed Sweet Corn Pascal Tossed Green Pumpkin Whipped Drink RAYS CAFE EAST SIDE SQUARE Short Whot I Wont Next VISIT THE NEWLY REMODELED PLAZA Robert Montgomery ATE TMEATKE STARTS THURSDAY Once My Darling Family Novelty POUNDING OUT OF THE HEART GF THE BLUE GRA A story with a heartbeat all its own EXTRA Jinx Fotken burg Novelty Emil Coleman Orchestra LATEST World Eventt WARNER PATHE NEWS I WARNER PRESENT if LAST DAY Leretia to Stable A Family Show A Family Stxw a COLOR CARTOON Fox Newsrttl GOELET AND BRIDE ARRIVE FROM EUROPE Robert scion of a wealthy family and his film actress Lynn smile as they are pictured aboard the liner Queen Eliza beth on their arrival in New They were married 28 after they eloped to Goelet is the son of the Duchess de He lives in Rome where he has been producing His bride waa born in Fort AP Wirephoto MARKETS FORT WORTH LIVESTOCK TORT Cattle calves slaughter stwre to 50c higher other cat tle steady to strong slaughter calves steady to weak stockera unchanged medium grade slaughter steers nnd yearlings common ilnds tew good yearlings beef cows dinners nnd cutters bulls good and choice slaughter calves common to medium calves culls medium to good stocke calves stocker yearlings mature feeder steers down stacker cows Hogs butchers steady to up sows and pies unchanged Rood and choice 200285 hogs good and choice 130100 sows feeder pigs Sheep 400 killing classes steady medium grade slaughter lambs medium grade slaughter yenrllngs common and medium slauglltE ewes Spring Hill News and Alfred Coulter nnd visited and Coulter at Stony Ehnday and attended the Meth odist Church They also visit ed and Mills near and Hoy Reding of visited and and Earl Triplett and children and nnd Carl Triplett and children this and Johnny Wilson and children of Pasadena visited her nnd Chester over the Annette Martin of New Hope at tended church at Anlioch who has boon 111 in the Medical Arts Hospital was returned to his home Saturday and Is reported to be anrt Howard Gentle Goodger and children returned to their home In Omaha Sunday aft er visiting his father nnd Dock Pippin of Gainesville spent Sunday visiting Beuna Cnddell anrt John ny Royce Between 1827 and the New York Yankees lost only three games in seven World DRIVEIN LAST TIMES TONIGHT Always A Cartoon Barberee Joins Hospital Dan Whltehead has recent ly announced the association of Charles Tnrberee with the Elm Street Hospital and Residing in the hospital proper Barberee will be on duty 24 hours a Barberee Is a native of Tex He attended three years of premedlcal training at the University of Texas and the Terarkann College and was grad uated from fonyears medical train ing at the KIrksvlilc College of Osteopathlc Physicians and Sur He received his license to practice medicine and surgery in Texas In Prior to his association with the Elm street Hospital and Barberee interned at the Rocky ountaln General HospitMal Den and took post eraduate work at the StillHildreth Psychiat ric COTTON SPINNING INDUSTRY HUMMING Census Bureau reported the cotton spinning industry operated dur ing at per cent of ca wnshift week compared with 115 2 per cent during September thi basis1 Tins aurt last 20 per cent during October Students Continued from Page 1 The Thanksgiving Union Service will begin at 10 at the First Methodist W A Welsh minister of the East Dallas Chris tian Church will deliver the ser Opening the services will be an organ meditation by Dale Peters and then a call to worship by Rev Henry Klnkeade of the Grace Tem ChJrch director of the youth activities o the First Methodist will give the Invocation Thanksgiving Prayer will be sung by Donnle a mem ber of the Civic Boy Joseph member of the faculty of North Texas State College will present the Meditation From after a Thanksgiving prayer by Joe Copeland of the First Presbyterian Church The dedicatory prayer will be offered by president of the Denton Ministers who will preside over the Classes will resume at both Den ton Colleges and at the Denton city and county public schools Monday The public schools turn out for the holidays after regular classes end this The col leges dismissed at For some 100 girls planning to remain on the campus during the holidays at a special Thanksgiving dinner will be served in Lowry Dining Hall Rusk and Bonham Halls will be kept At North Texas Stale a of Bruce Hall will be kept open for the girls wishing to re main there over the Chll ton Hall will stay open for the Menls will be served in both 1 RUSSELL IS DIRECTOR WTCC Seeks New Water Sources PORT West Texas can rely on govern ment help in its search for enough water to supply its cities and run its This was promised last night by spokesmen for the Interior De partment and by Senators Tom Connolly and Lyndon Johnson of They were speakers at a meet ing of the West Texas Chamber of the cham ber created a West Texas Domes tie Water Association to net as the regions guide In seeking wayo to solve Us water Formation of the West Texas Domestic Water Association was approved by the WTCC The directors elected Will as president to succeed John Mitchell of Odes Other officers elected were Bludworth of Frank Kelley of Colorado City and Homer Grant of vice presidents Ed Stewart of Abi and Ban deen of general The same men will head the District directors elected were Roy Bourlarid of Henry Teubol of Taff of Holford Russell ol Prank Roberts of Breck Charnell Jobe of Pinkerton of Hawkins of Buelow of San and John Qrammer of William assistant sec retary of the said water development Is at a maximum in other western states and at a minimum in Warne said more than acrefeet of water runs wasteful ly each year through the Bra zos and Colorado River systems of West About Round About Continued from Page 1 of without clothes wan dering I look him home with gave him a placa to gave him a good breakfast and then clothed so as he might re turn to his Of I didnt Intend to make him a present of the but so far I have neither seen him nor the The wildfowl coot and closed but there will be a second open season on them The second season will get under way Ql at noon and continue through The duck who havent had any too much luck during the season just are hopeful that the next will offer better shooting There have been many birds on Lake as a they were out in the bigmiddle of the out of Paul Reed Is gradually ov crcoming the bruises and strains she sustained In fall in their Western Shop a few days She I fell over a little piece of lumber in the even though I knew it was I might have been more seriously hurt than I was believe the result was painful enough to suit Msny of the veterans in various hospitals over the country have taken to stamp ac cording to Harry Robin 1101 Sherman Rob inson I wish people that have no use for their unusual stamps would see that these veter ans get Look through your attic or elsewhere for unusual If you wish to help In this good send them in an Insured package to 831 South Central If you prefer Just send them to me in address and I will see that the stamps are for warded to But be sure to cut the stamps from the letters with at least an eighth inch See Us For Cooks Paints and Builders Hardware FoxworfhGalbrairh Lumber GALA PREMIER PLAZA STARTING 29th NOW ON SALE AT THE PLAZA CAPACITY MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY L A Z A PERFORMANCES TWO SHOWS DAILY SATURDAY and SUNDAY Shows Matinee Evening ADMISSION PRICES Including Tax MATINEE EVENING STUDENTS N 0 2 9 HOLFORD RUSSELL he could be sav ed for West Texas towns and in to meet your need for many years to As the branch of the Federal Government historically charged by the Congress with the respon sibility for assisting in developing and utilizing western water re said the Depart ment of the Interior Is prepared to assist Senator Connally assured the WTCC that Texas delegation would be able to get Congress to pass legislation needed for the water Governor Shivers Gives Warning Of New Medical Plan Al lan Shivers listened politely list night while a banquet speaker told him how badly Southwestern Medical School will need ThariiJS for the said the Texas has senlles and epileptics who need And theres no lobby working for He told the cream of Texas medical men that socialized med icine might get them if they dont plant some doctors avid ursei in rural This was not exactly what the governor had been expected to The Dallas Citizens Council the swank cocktail party and din Some aso guests were besides Shivers and 60 members of the which accepted Southwestern Medical Foundations offer last summer and made IU school a branch of the University of George president of the citizens council and mas ter of told the crowd that all this was a visible ex pression of pratitude to you in gov ernment and medicine for lishlng the branch In The house of delegates of Medical Association of Texas had chosen over pie and San Antonio as the site for the The university board of regents and the legis lature took the Denton Sends 21 To WTCC Meeting Denton was well represented when the West Texas Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet In Fort Worth last Twentyone members of the lo cal chamber of commerce attend ed the They traveled to Fort Worth in a chartered Members of the group were Stanley Walter Holford Rilcy New Bill Ray R M D Fow Hal Fred and Quickfr Baiem Distress of A few drops of Vatronol In each nostril wotk fast to rtKnt head cold dU make breath ing And if used at sniffle or Vatronol nelps to prnmt many colds devcloplngl Try Follow in the package VKKSVAfRONOL 11PAYS TO PAINTIN7HEFALL 219 Ook Phone 958 JIMMIES RESTAURANT WILL BE OPEN FOR THANKSGIVING DINNER UNTIL Bet Urn Dcrnt Know This About Advertising How much doee it cost to advertise a candy bar If 2f R bar Answers It costs 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