Gladewater Daily Mirror in Gladewater, Texas
24 Jan 1950

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24 Jan 1950

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Gladewater Daily Mirror (Newspaper) - January 24, 1950, Gladewater, Texas 53 Tan for reservations phone Longview 3700 of rot Quot Provo Agana be Day Jan Varv 24, i950 in a whee Oak mrs. O. E. Watson hostess to White Oak Mac the Whit Oak Home demonstration bib met at Hie borne of mrs. O. E. Wat on wednesday january 18 i Jowas called to order kill ii Watson president. Hopi Tali and minute were read by mrs. Stewart Smith Secretary i layer was Given by me. Jim Hollingsworth. Additional members to the dub committees who were selected by a a a program. Mrs Marshall Lunier finance mrs. S a boldly Yod mrs i cd heeler exhibit and expat. Mon mrs r. Harvey mrs c f Carl anti mrs. Vav e. Mccune recreation mrs Jim hulling Worth mrs . A Kane and i Hoy Harvey Market mrs w i Haire mrs. M in a m r ill or Jini Hollingswoth. Mrs Jim hulling Worth gave the Council report anti recommendations for the Council year Book w Ere read and voted on by tin club i la. I a contributions were toted on and discussed the training meeting on a where when anti what of wearing gloves it is announced and the leaders reporters and Scere Tanal school dates were announced for meetings soon. Program subject was a getting ready to Garden by i s Irma Ross favorite Garden tool were brought by the club members and the were instructed How to or when gardening recreation was led by mrs. J ii Oil digs Worth a ii to names exchanged in a secret pal refreshments were served by mrs. O e Watson to mrs to. Harvey mrs Stuart Smith mrs Jim Hollingsworth mrs e Carl mrs e Haire. Or let i Wheeler i f Mccurdy or l bold Rev and visitors mrs dal Blake and mrs John Phillip and i Irma Kus -. Agent the next White Oak Home do. Castration meeting will be held a Tine Dav. Febi oar \ i with i Marshall Turner Gladewater area news Tig Gladewater daily Mirror 1 a i a 1 Quot 1 Quot Quot i Ati Quot a a Union Grove about Union Grove people those attending the workers conference in Gilmer tuesday Horn the Union Grove Baptist Church were reverend and mrs. Chester Moss and or. V. 11 Igi Tower. Or. Jack Edmondson recently visited relatives in Pittsburgh. Week end guests of or. And mrs. V. J Watkins were or. And mrs. Alvin Baker of Henderson or. And mrs. James Baker and Edward of Kilgore or. And mrs. A. Baker ii or Nacogdoches and miss Sophia Jean Baker of Dallas. Among those attending the who Kern game in Longview saturday night were i and i c. L. Kennedy and a on Dobbson. And mrs. G. P. Pei Quot Iron and Little daughter Bonair Kay and or and min. Erin Oden of Gladewater. Criers have an apartment with the Oscar Woods. Or. Horace Horn of Panola Junior College in Carthage spent the week end with his parents or. And mrs. Horace Horn of die Humble Camp. Mrs. Henry Ivl oyers had As her guests Friday her daughter in Law mrs. Roy Moyers and her Friend mrs. Ernest Simmons both of big Sandy. Miss Grace Fleet or. Arthuu Berwick mrs. Bob Cullens and mrs. Perkins went to Longview to attend the Rubinol violin concert. Or and i w. T. Davis put the week end i Ding them parents Iii Frost. I it. D Phillips has been a at her Home for the past few Ile basketball teams of Union Grove will enjoy Riding in the new ii a Mger school bus recently purchased by tin school. Or j n Tuttle and mrs. Bridget Dearing went to Jacksonville 1 it Day to visit mrs Mick of Vine who is reported doing Nice i \ following her operation. Or and mrs. Henry Harlan had a their guest i ivc i tin week end their son Ami his wife or. And i Bill ism \ Hai Lun of d i Las utile Sammy and Donald flex la i. Child in of m and i s a Flett lid Are confined to their Hon i with the jump the feb i eighth Grade has skating party in he eighth Grade of the Union Grove High school had a skating party saturday night. The group assembled at the school building and left by car for big Sandy about 7 of clock. Upon arrival they went to the rink where they enjoyed skating for several hours. Those enjoying the occasion were Virginia Kennedy Bobby a rain Patsy Black Monte Senko Jimmy Horn Preston Mclane Jimmy Joe Mcminn Royce Randall Morgan Corky Greer Kenneth Toby. Dee Mackey and Harold Dean Atkinson. The class was accompanied by one room Kotlier. Mrs. H b. Horne and their class sponsor or. Neil Honeycutt big Sandy about big Sandy people or. And mrs. J. Eastman visited with his brother. Or. R. I Eastman in Kilgore this week. Mrs Bobbie Reid of san Angelo i visiting in the Home of her sister mrs. Jack Mcquaid. Am Abow is fare a a Quot Mon Joti wad. Ticket off Chi Ortegg county Airport at its est Ilia Iai ii a t \7 in to a at in Kai we. On the Tough it. Vanhoevenber run Lake Placid n. Y., daredevils from All Over the world meet to enjoy a Bob sledding it its Best Quot paces Piane aisle ail night first postwar Low priced car unveiled by Kaiser Fraier Detroit Jan. 24, blk Kaiser Fra i 1 corporation Tod a unveiled it 1951 line of automobile. Is. Lading the motor in dust. First postwar Low priced Model. The preview was a Fps first bid with a full series of models and president Edgar r Kaiser Jubi Lanill it announced we now have a car to fit Ever. Many a pocketbook something we did t have Sage three lafr1- flying from Athens Greece to new York City but Landing at the Boston Airport instead 2-year-old polio victim Lucy Dildilian is held by her father Humayak. Laguardia Field new York was fog bound. Passengers said the child was unable to sleep on the plane so her dad paced the aisle with her All night intern Tionel sound photo partly Winig tuesday visit with the. W. Gorman Arter an extended Caruthers family. Among Bias attending the web association in Gladewater thursday from big Sandy were or Roy Moyer mrs. Sam Berry. Mrs. Vav. La Farrar mrs Jot Locke mrs. H. E. Sneer mrs. A d. Kay mrs. J. Mur ult. Mrs. M. L. Johnson mrs. Vav l. Claw or. John Prothro mrs Roy j in mrs g h Wal Ler i la Soape mrs. Vav Grubby or Ruth Wood and Mill s Touchton. Or and i. B. P Cole left last week for dab c while there they will attend the Dalla symphony orchestra or. And i Johnnie Tucker at the Gulf Putin tation were hosts thursday night at an 84 party in their Home cold drink and cake were served to or. And or Rev mover i and mrs. J b Blankenship or. And mrs. C Eastman. Or. Homer Merrell spent last week with Ber daughter miss Helen Merrell in Wichita Falls. Miss Merrell returned with Ber Mother Friday for the week end. Mrs. Vaudine Tucker and son Are moving to Tyler where they will make their Home. Or. And mrs. M. Spent Friday with Ter. Mrs Dewey Gladewater. E. Mcdonald their Haugh grave Iii or. And mrs. J. D. Blankenship and Gene Dale were week Encl guest of their daughter mint a Stripling in Loury new. Multimillionaire s wife in Hospital Fredericksburg va., Jan 21. Ltd it a the esl ranged wife of a bolivian to multimillionaire a hospitalized for old Ltd a nation Here today after lie a a found wandering aimlessly along a Highway six Days after i Iii earing in new York. All. Juanita Patino 28. Disappeared Jan. 15 after appearing at a Greenwich Villa e night club when she too a sen and a Nee Job to support Hei two Young children. Of pre anted 21 models with 3 different body styles at a preview in it huge wow run Plant. It was truly a new7 series close in patterned alter the Low sleek lines of european manufacturers tin kaisers announced that production of 1950 models w of Lei t rid next wednesday with Only about 4,500 of this year s series Corning off Assembly lint.-, shutdown tooling of the 1951�?Ts began today. The new Economy Model seats five passengers in an austere Interior devoid of expensive i ills. Chrome trim is at a minimum. No prices were announced but the kaisers said their a a cheap car would sell for Quot about the Price of a used 1949 Chevrolet Dies at Dai Las Jan. 24. Ipp Ansel Imai it div 30-Yt a old Denison Man died Early yesterday at Lay Lor Hospital after a prolonged illness it. Hilbert blanked who of Brooklyn n. V returned thursday after a visit Here with hts Nephew or j. B. Blankenship. The Home of Jamoo Gillespie v i the line cd a lumber Narv neb la la mull Patsy Kaw Patsy it it a night those present were Mcquoid Glenda Amos Evelyn Amos. Mozelle Summerville Peggy Roberts and Carolyn Mangum. Or p d. Reynolds of san Antonio arrived Here the la t of Rte week for a visit with relatives and friends. Or. And mrs Bill Caruthers and daughter Elaine returned to paying mrs c. Gorman or. And mrs. Carl Brown resumed to Kirk \ die Minu ii saturday following a i it with their daughter mrs. H. Bragg. Or. And mrs Edwin Wood of Marshall Are week end visitors in the Home of his parents Bete. 13 arrests made Over week end a round up glance at police records shows 13 arrests were made from Friday through Sun a eleven of the number were Whit men and the other two Nti men. Ten were charged with intoxication. One with attempt to pass a worthless Check one held for to ii of the peace court and one for speeding. Ca ii Fine intake on the 13 was is 38 30, two w Ere released to Conn to officers and two released to the Justice of the peace court. Canal Pilar saves Maris Monte from injury Venice Italy Jan. 24. In a a Young venetian canal Pilot a eel Hollywood actress Maria Monte from possible serious injury in a boating Accident last night miss Monte and italian actor Guido Delano were in a Motorboat which hit a Stel mooring Cable in the darkness during the filming of a movie scene. Pilot Oberdan Giogetti 32, leaped in front of or Monte to shield of r from being Truc k is the Cable. He suffered Cut and bruises while miss Monte Ere aped without injury. Celano ducked and escaped injury As the Cable swims overhead Lou did her Best Sari Juan if Lou the lag he urn 3dd�d a Viceroy to the Neyer ending Duel Between the Lone Star stale and California the Hen owned by d. W. It Shazo Laid an egg Here yesterday which measured 8�?~ i inches by 6 5-8 inches. s aug Din t quite reach the 9 1-4 Inch Long product Tan by a California Hen a but easily surpassed the slender a 2 ii Width of the Golden state egg. Thief spoils Christmas Winston Salem. N. C., Ipp local police made their Quot mean Cost Many nomination after a thief climbed through a window to steal a child a presents lying under the Christmas tree. To remove Eig a. The heat will ult Viii a Dull ilk i did Watt ill a to enough to landscape your Home Load of Beauty year after Yea. The biggest Barwin in Flower Dom Here what Jou get for Only $2.95. 3 Blooming one ruses 2-yr. Uld plants i Brilliant red Rosa i Lovely Pink Rose i Gulden yellow Rosa i Pink Deutzia a lonely double Pink Bowers i forsythia tall and slender with Rich yellow Flowers 2 trumpet creeper vines Blooming Siee striking Orange a caplet Flowers fast grower i red Maple Shade tree�?2 foot Ilia a Bright red leaves give year round Beauty i red Cedar Evergreen a 2 foot sire All tin landscaping favorite 25 Moor River Privet hedge Plante enough to it about to feet of hedge America s , a fast grower. Plants in All. All healthy heavy Stock. Order yours now lists i Anitro a it Der Ute Regula Talog pm a of to. A 42 Ana plants is $12.19 but they re hours for $"2 95 if ton order from tins a tier semen Send no Money order by mail we ship cod a pay postman just to healthy 2 it. Flowering Shrub 2 red Snow Berry Pink Flowers. Followed by Large red berries 2 red Indian currants fiery a Ariot berries in Wilder 2 red spirea de e foliage with t Argeous red Flowers 2 White flowering Dogwood a curved with showers of Whit blur Una. Order now Andy Buret ire at uni extra Tost a big _ it Tulip tree a tree $2.95 Pius postal charges. We will ship that is overed with Tulip shaped blooms i. Spring a proper planting time for your locality satisfaction ii Laha is teed or your Money Back Naughton farms inc. Pa749 Waxahachie Texas a Eom you Maki any decision lit us prow Younts beautifully styled new cars mrs. Nannie Lou Morris is seriously ill having been adm tied to Mckean Hospital Friday. Her son and daughters Are at her Beth Ide. Hawkins about Hawkins people mrs Katie Down it Hawkins entertained a group of la i Iri Eind with a Toffee the morning of Jan 20 at Lier Home mrs. Downs served cake Aud Coffee to i ill Hare mrs. H. A. Yates. Mrs l. Q. Yates mrs Jai tie masters it a. Mrs .1 i Shaw and i. Walter Lewis. Or. And or k dab Hoover of new Iberia la., ate visiting in the Home of mrs. Hoover s parents or. And mrs. J. S. Allaire. Mrs. L. J. Bantu and Bob \ is item mrs. T . In soc in Manville la., during the week. Or. And mrs. Ned Bvrd of a eng Dehes were recent guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Sam my Bruner. Or. And mrs. E. P. Messimer and Sandy Are spend my the week end in Colorado City visiting mrs. Messimer a sister and brother in Law or. And mrs. E. White and son. Raymond outhouse is enrolling at Tyler or. College for the Spring term. I g or. And mrs. Herbert fair mrs. Owen and or. L. Fair visited Iii Jacksonville wednesday. It or. And mrs. L. It. Hare tended a birthday dinner Dangerfield thursday night. Or. John t. Hare celebrated his 82nd birthday. No Down payment Fua title i Loans for any needed Home improvement. No mortgage 30 months to pay 5 interest rate. See your dealer contractor or apply to us direct. The first state Bank phone 630 there a Beauty Beauty Beauty everywhere you look and its All Brand new Beauty inside and out Chrysler for 1950 is boldly and dramatically re styled deliberately re designed to be the Beauty Queen of the Road a classic of the Long Low and Lovely. There Are wonderful new Nylon fabrics. Smart new trim. Most of All you la be impressed by the fact that Chrysler kind of Beauty unlike All others truly reflects the sound engineering and the solid Comfort and safety inside the extra headroom legroom shoulder room the safer visibility the chair height seats All the extra convenience of the easiest of All cars to enter and leave see and drive this great car at your Chrysler dealers today. Its the smartest most comfortable car we Ever built and the sweetest performing with its wonderful spitfire engine with the completely Waterproof ignition system. Beautiful urn today r style classic Merton Young inc. 710 e. Broadway Chrysler Plymouth phone 223 or. And mrs. W. I. Cleveland and daughters of fort Worth were recent guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Herbert fair. Or. L. Fair is visiting with them Yow. Int Barbara outhouse a daughter of or. And mrs. Of l. Outhouse is leaving next week to attend Hardin Simmons University. 86 proof Lone Star co., distributors Longview a 65% Grain Neutral spirits whiskey at its fest Hill and Hill will not make you in olympic Bob slender but it will convince you it is Quot whiskey it its Best a a enjoy this grand Kentucky favorite today

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