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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

I '■ M. if? 1 I sw M i THE McKINNEY WEEKLY DEMOCRiff-CigETTE'S BIRTHDAY—SO YEARS OLD TODAY FIFTY-FIRST YEAR McKINNEY L. M. MILSTEAD AND MISS LUCILLE PARKER MARRIED Announcement of the marriage ot Leonard M. Milstead and Miss Lucille Parker, butii of this city, has been made to their many iriends. Mr. Milstead is a sun of J J!, yiintcad, and is one of our : cUy's best known and highly es- t«..r.cd young business men. He- is the proprietor of "Leonard's Department Store," Which en- joys a fast and growing business, and recently purchased a fine black-land farm, about six miles north of McKinney, where he and his bride expect to make their home. Tho bride is a most attractive young woman, being a daughter ot A. W. Parker of Blue Kidge. She has been making her home in McKinney the past two or three years, having been associat- ed with Leonard's store here, as saleslady. She possesses a sweet disposition, strong personality and i" admired by a multitude of friends. The couple wfre marrie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

•fi T^VO THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-G^TTE THURSDAY, FEB. 8. 1934. YOUR HOME TOWN 1HE PEOPLES' L'LLARING house For Commissioner FUNERAL RliES WEDNESDAY FQ l'H« */ •.' WWIuj J Pre cinct 2; Jack Fryer Aspires t«il« v.u aru : short tinrvty j +,mnvc..>'**( a «j ' Th y MUJt l * *rw fiona p«n*< n«l a*.o*« .«m mj.il i*n Uuir <-«*•* . Tb* «V4 in ««*« l&e tfiUrr#—n<* trunm editor- Space s ;iiuit#d. Thw eolatr.n will I : "Th f P*opl«i * Cl«ar«njf Ho'w*. — To Important Position LUTHER SNfflP.i re art the f unlver school -y nwm | ssj'..V HERE AND THERE H. 1'. Alrt-r.Lnthy, tari MaUffr u.mI lliianu Boyd, making it "toj-Mtoiue wiiiii 11,mint; uovvu Uiuu . . , t . .-.a unarm, well-known II . ril ( iiiUl.t lltt* «:« h< II U It4ul ac- < oiuiii'.jalniK u ul ooib.tuiu IciiuvV . . . iufcej's AI.-ii, «a. lar<* comcdy to Ite given next Htfii hy the vol- ujit't'r firimtn, is going to pi me a "wow' ot an enter- uuaiiw.it . . . likul to learn tiiat our good friend, Homer ■tariU, in letter n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

ALT THURSDAY, FEB. 8. 1934. FOR 50 YEARS "Gooj reports1 last y4 Altoga During! last y« oounty, gave i tion pi her hq was vi j,er 00 and cl l-helesi plant ; begin! j makes unsucl i carefij 1 elude i by pjj liie if ing * one p acrosj done of nif cii at nadiri ouonj Mi plant rcsuj ties ' eight gro\* t *n<j V mor, worl ,but She was poui grot trcn pou: cur* rout er 1 tak thei up abo wa' eac tha uec 1 ua ab< stai on : ye pit pw HI 3l or I The Collin County National Bank And The McKinney WeeklyDemoaat-Gazette IT**?"/!?™"*' 8h0uIder t0 Sh0u,der- for McKin- ney and Collin county. Both started "small," both shed their swaddling clothe*." cess So, the oldest, largest bank in greets and wish conti— 1 oldest paper — THE PROF. J. R. RYAN REAPPOINTED I STATE BOARD TO SERVE THIRD YEAR- IS NOW ITS CHAIR- MAN Both are a sue- Streets ami wish continued success to Coll'i" couniv's S„T t Tm WEEKLY ? >oil- w. and Walter B. have done much coilin ;:r „rjw;in,,cy ^ COLLIN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK McKin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

V vf •' ii 1 V II « I II u 0' 11 tf 8 u P * I f I ii li V I c l I t l i i t i i ■ 1 \ i J In Pi vi Ji Q a| a; fi Ci t* P> ii v- li u C i; 1 11 ii| J « jfiB; FOUR THE WEEKLY DEM0CRAT-GAZE1 NEWS AND VIEWS OF THE PEOPLE EDITORIAL an[COMMENT Weekly Democrat-Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY IX McKINNEY TOM W. PERKINS WALTER R WILSON Editors, Publisher* and Proprietors. AI-SO PUBLISHERS McKINNEY DAILY COURIER-GAZETTE ESTABLISHED MARCH 4, 181)7 Candidate Second Term ENTEKKD (N Mc KINNEY POST OFFICE A3 SECOND-CLASS MAIL MATTE It To Weekly Pul: «r)b<sr ~Th« dnte printed oppoaite your ntmi on the mnritin if the paper or on tile wrapper in<lie.it« the time to which your aubtcription m I mi. Ail fub riiptit.n* expire on the firet of the month. Any ub criber not it- esltintr th? paper regularly, ple&ie notify us. WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZETTE 8LBSCK1PTI0N RATES IN TEXAS One year in advene $1.00 Si* month* In advene* .01 Three month* in advance ,4U ] WI.CKLY L)EMOCRAT-(iAZETTE SUBSCRIPTION...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

THURSDAY. FEB. 8, 19.34. THEIVEEKlMQCRAT-GAZET'! E FIVE interesting News From Coirnuniti©s All Over Collin County jOE bailey Mrs. DESERT Klta McCormiek Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Akridge, Mr. and Mm, Klmor Brown and Mr. anil Mrs. Nyles Arnwine and children were business visito.-.-j in McKinney Monday. Wilis Garner was rushed to Mc- Kinney hospital Monday wheie ■he underwent a serious operation. At last reports he was doing as well as could be expected. Mr. and Mrs. J. VV. Akridge and daughte.', Mi-s Loui3e, en- tertained with a luncheon Tues- day in honor of their daugiter, Dorothy Jo, the occasion being her thirteenth birthday. Those present tor tiie happy occasion were Misses ArdeUt Smit.i, Frances I.ou Golden, Jo Prances Akridge, Jean Haye Caraway, ! Hue Ala lie lJrooku, Hot tie Brooks, Dorothy Lea Wilson, Gracie Lea ! Caraway, Maurine Alverson, Mar-1 garet Arnwine, Lucille Ashbille, and the honoree. Nyles Arnwine js able after being quite ill a last week. J. E. Yates had to lose two mil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

BIX THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZE! THURSDAY, FEB. 8, iii We ri. <7 ( ,] Weekly De Gazette ! 1 W on its I and 38th Anniversan of rsan THE DAILY COURIER-GAZETTE ■V r <•' ■ WE, the undersigned business men, take this method of expressing our birthday greetings to this the oldest weekly newspaper The Weekly Demo- crat-Gazette and its editors, Tom W. Perluns and Walter BTWflson who liaveTept pace wiffl the growm ana development of il.is progressive city and community for the past fifty years. May it continue its service to this community and surrounding territory in the future as it has in the past. JES I youf f v • a 1 WE CONGRATULATE YOU ON YOUR SOTH ANNIVERSARY. Holcomb Tire & Bat. Shop | We have moved to West Louisiana street I where we can render you the best of service In vulcanising, battery work and j all other car needs. Next to Harris Funeral Home WE CONGRATULATE YOU ON YOUR BOTH ANNIVERSARY. Bullock's Service Station TEXACO PRODUCTS Washing, Polishing, Greasing, Tire Repa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

/ THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1934. ALTOGAWOMAN GIVES CARE OF SHRUBBERY HINTS THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE SEVEN j 1' ' "Good care of shrubbery pays," reports Mrs. George Moreland, last year's demonstrator of the Alloga Home Demonstration club. During: the first week in March last year, Miss Helen Duniap, county home demonstration agent, gave a demonstration of founda- tion planting across the front of her house. At that time the soil was very wet and there was ijan- ■;er of its packing about the'roots ;ind causing them to die. Never- theless, it was not felt wise to plant later, since the sap would begin, rising in the plants, which makes transplanting most often unsuccessful. By packing sand cuitJfully about the roots to ex- clude all air and then continuing by pulling t'he% black soil about the upper root"system, the plant- ing was successfully done and not one plant was lost. The planting across the front of the house was done last March at a total cost ol ninety-three cents. Small plants ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

EIGHT THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1934. A DEATH OF J. L DUNCAN AT HOME HERESUNDAY Kimbriel Bros. Launch Into New Business Venture BROTHER MRS. T. A. HUGHSTON DIED IN TENN. New Seed Business Opens In McKinney 7"JtTin'h ^ndC21 davff tpleased to learn that" Oran and al 'The body arrivej'"at 1115 John Kimbriel, two former Ate- home, at ,,^no, Monday Friends in McKinney W. , ... P. Bradshaw, 02, died in a will be j0{jnS0n city (Tennessee) hospit- Attcntlon of our readers is call-1 eiT to the classified advertisement his old of tho Claude Francis Sen! Com- prtciHcnrp 11 IS IJonn ruuuiici, — norae, ai i-mno, ivionuay (Febru- nativ. 120 Smith Tennessee street. w!.(h Vnil r«tr^t t a 45 i Kinney boys, but now of San An- ary 8)i Funeral followed at Big first door south of Allen's Grocery • i il, 8,mi«v mnrnincr Febru itonio, have embarked in business ] Springs church, near Piano, where i and Market. It is managed by o'clock Sunday morning, Febru- | ^ ^ _A_lamo City^ being P P...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

(■" it a h I I" lu '1 4Hc&hmeg> WttkIp ©emocrat-#a^ette FIFTY-FIRST YEAR McKINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1934.- SIX PAGES. SECOND SECTION ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 7, 1884. - DISTRICT LIBRARY CONFERENCE AT L0NGV1EW FEB. 10 A district library conference under the auspices of the Texas State Library, will be held Sat- urday, February 10, in Longview, at which an interesting all-day program is planned. The theme of the conference will be "Texas Libraries—Discovery and Recov- ery." Miss Faye Wilcox, librarian of this cKy, is expecting a good at- tendance at this meeting of Mc- Kiar.cy ladies, Who are interested in the local library. A series of these district libra- ry conferences are being held ov- er the state this spring, some of the headquarters being Lufkin, Longview, Abilene, Marlin, Ama- rillo, Lubbock and San Angelo. The purpose of these conferences is to enable the Texas State li- brary to keep in touch with li- brarians and trustees during a period of reduced traveling fu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

*rwo THE WEEK].V DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1931. ■ NEWS AM) VIEWS I OF THE PEOPLt EDITORIAL and COMMENT NATIONAL, STATE, LOCAL COMMENT n s Weekly Democrat-Gazette " Pl BUSKKfJ Evmv THlRSD.AY IN McKINNEV Hi rfisf \v. pkhkivs Id tut! WALTKK K. WILSO.N Publishers ahd Proprietors. MoXlNNtY n$LV tcft lYlER -UAZfc'rtE "ESTABLISHED M'AKC'H 4, 18<j i ;; v.- :r> in ^ kinsey post office a& second-class mail mattkk 'To V,\vk'y ;*v.i : i. ber • Th* dtte print.*! r>ppc*!t • yuur nutm- on th man.in f f • , i , i t ;n ti;1 srrcppe; itnliJU* the lime ut which your nitfwciptu n i* Ail --a'v- vp-.v n the first of the month. Any mK-.orlfctv r..;i t. CLD "SHACK" AT MTJNNEY NEGRO FOULLY MURDER- ED FATHER IN PRES. ENCE IMS CHILDREN THE PcOi LES' CLEARING KOl'SE — - — - —— — J T" Tb* 'ia.i^ CoU^e'-tKUt:-. W \Ity D«-rnucittl-i.at* tit- vli t . u; « I ;:.J> coininunicr.t. >n *n«: ar. . cc.; l"hc> must b-* 'rer f.oa i? - '■-> ...as* an.4 In «*' \utn^;'4 mu*: „n *.n; u name T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1931. THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE THREE ■ ji i i \ Congratulations to the Daily Courier-Gazette Utlti Weekly Oemocrat-tiazette on til*- 50th Anniversary Massie Fune ome KMm nravpro* ;xm' urns trcHLtif vssr. ar . Our reputation for fair and honorable dealings is our long record for 'aithfu! service 1<> Ok* people of this community. Those who call upon us in their time of need find that their confidence has not been misplaced. V Ambulance Service At All Hours w rM .• U Itv.wwS* '•w.m r RW WflBBBMVM30BD0CAiMHBTrnUiaWilMWWWMaWWWBMBMMaMMMMMMBMWMMMMMM—— PHONE Rev . j. A. Gaines Pastor fc.f 4$' v r mm mmm®! Presbyterian Church, 1'. S. A. Parker, Texus myw t e u sJ VIL1 u A MVS i'liiAI ;|V nv Negotiations have been resum- ed between l ie United States and fcoviet Hu.ssin for a final settle- ment of the d.'bt and damage claims. Resumption of these negotia- tions has followed the action of Alexander Troyanvsky, the Sov- iet envoy, in informally express- ing to tho stat...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

pen* THE WEEKLY fiEMOCRAT-GAZETTE FOUR Away from Job Lines ajiil Riots! BACK-TO-THE-FARM ■ — ■ i m* - " -iSUy?.'"?-'-' sor-^P^' ,<6r ' 2 « THURSDAY, FEB. 8. 1934. A. D. Hope and wife visited his slater, Mrs. O. E. Burrow, and iamily, at Denton, Sunday. Morgan Brown, prominent land- i Mrs. W. D. Oates, we are sorry owner and banker of Allen, was I to note, is quite ill at her hotne ' t in the city. 'on West Tucker street iSm miF HANDS WAITING DISMALLY FOR JOBS, make excellent material for the incendiarist in whatever suise he may appear. Riots iff kttKS? movement. Bernarr MaJfadd.n, phiiantluoplst and publisher ^ another lhose mSmSU woTk f^ this rr^asure was carried on for years. Upper photos show typical scenes of riot and the disheartening lines of icoz'-rloycd waiting for chance to work, while those below show farm scenes, on the type of establishment to which the unemployed ® • CHAMBERS VILLE Mrs. O. S. Scott Miss Ruth White spent the wefek-end in Dallas with home folks. She w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

THURSDAY, FEfE. 8, U.S4. THE WEEKLY DEMOCR AT-GA^ETTF .v*W>V£, V £ v flVhi nwM«rarirrinffiiimiiTirii iiHii iiiiiMhm. i mTiiiar mi imii 10 BIG DAYS OF THE GREATEST SELLING EVENT IN THE HISTORY OF COLLIN COUNTY. Polks, we feel justified in making the assertion that this is going to be the greatest value giving event we have ever sponsored throughout our entire history. We positively must clear our stock of all winter merchandise, regardless of {•ost and the advancing market Time and space will not permit us to list every item but we assure you that every de- partment in our big store will be "chuck full" of these stupendous clearance values. Let us urge you to anticipate your nwiwiiiwimiw a m needs for the next six months and buy now. Be here Friday morning when the doflrs of this mighty event swing; open. 1 anscrnr.tu' tavsu Al! merchandise during (his mighty clearance sal? will he for ciiah on!v. Not nanssiAjcvai .m11:27,1 wxtt+m.w^imimaaMMJsneu'-'ximwiteeKawMi.vnaVi , ice Store ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

T I $ | ! 1 i 1 J i f SIX THE WEEKLY DKMOCHAT-C.AZETTE THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1934. D. RODGERS .GOLDEN WEDDING LATE TEXAS NEWS £ANY ANNIVERSARY £««« ft rear inn In connection \v ith ^ th« U[<t ativitw nnvc robbery of tin- Colcmun H«< RELATIVES PKbh-1w#tl0l£, ,,anU of $24,ooo. ENT—PICTURES MADE OF THE GROUP i Four men were arrested on charges of conspiracy to Ktaal nude oil at Kilgore Monday Pictures were taken of the eigl" i night. Among them wan Bill f -five relatives and friends pics- !Smith, special jj0**" it on the Golden Wedding an- eral agents made the arnwt. ^rIyof Favburg ^hew" at Two unmasked" gunmen nM thelr^bie farm home in that com- ,o Han Angelo theater of from City Wednesday, January 31. $600 to *700 W. ^ >« ^ Their five children and grand- held up a negpo port r ^ ^illdren arranged for the annl- knocked the knob off the thiater ■ safe. versary celebration. The five children present were W. B. Duckworth and J. W Ouckworth, both of Sedan, New Sexico; F. A. Rodgers, ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

Mt Mxmv WtMv ®emotrat-©a^ette JTOTY-FIRST YEAR McKINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1934. EIGHT PAGES THIRD SECTION February 17 Is Last Day to Sign Corn, Hog Reduction Contracts Farm Agent Jack MeCullough Announces List of Committeemen Over County Who Are Assisting Him All farmers interested in sign- nrilflliri OfUAAI ing Corn and Hog Reduction con- uLlll/UL tracts should do so before Satur- u vv day, Feb. 17, as this will be the rAMniTfTm AT last day these contracts can bo 1.1 illlll II. I IMI A I signed unless the time is extend- ed, according to County Farm 1 Agent Jack MeCullough. Farmers wishing to sign con- tracts Should see the committee- men in their respective territories. The committeemen listed below are listed. R. G. Martin, Celina and Wes- ton territory. M. L. Mallow, Frisco and Pros- per territory. J. L. Aldridge, Piano, Renner and Murphy territory. Bailey Whisenant and John S. Henderson, Allen, Wetsel, Parker and Lucas territory. PARIS GROCERY COMPANY HAS SERVED 52 YEAR...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

TWO THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1934. In the "Fifty Years Ago" col- umn of the Dallas News of Feb- ruary 0, this'Item -appeared "Joe Johnson, s:m of Senator John Johnson of Collin county, h^.s been selected to deliver the vale- dictory of the graduating class ir. the Medical Department or Vanderbilt University." Biggest 1934 b a r g a i n—The Weekly Democrat-Gazette. A whole year for $1. E. A. Robinson, Route 1, Clear- lake .renews another year for Collin county's oldest published newspaper, the Weekly Democrat- Gazette. He appreciates getting ills county seat and county-wide news through its columns and rends it with a great deal of in- terest every week. He owns a ceuple of good farms in the Branch community. We regret to learn that Mrs. Robinson is a sufferer from paralysis and hope to 'noar of her improvement. THEY HAVE BUILDED WISELY" "CARR'S" Ready-to-Wear A business that will endure for fifty years must needs h.avn been founded on lofty ideals. Around the ne...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1934. THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE THREE Pretty McKinney Home ?v <-v\ it ' V * , « - * Aht <L ; vs>-> V- **= "^wflgi ■•! ■•■.:. -x-xvj xvxxv-x Henry \V. Warden's Home, 1101 West Louisiana Street SOME COLLIN COUNTl NE WSPA PER HIS TOR Y Seventy-five years ago, or thirteen years after Collin county wns created and organized in 1846, the county had its first iiewspaper venture. It was the McKinney Messenger, owned and edited by .J. W. Thomas, who es- tablishe'U it in 1855 as the Clacks- vHle Messenger, at Clark.'ivillc, Texas. The plant was moved by its publisher in 185!) to McKinney where its publication was con- tinued as the McKinney Messen- ger. It was a crude plant—an old Washington .land press and other equipment in the way of type oi limited quantity and primitive make. Mr. Thomas con- tinued its publication until about, 1875 when he discontinued it. It had a hectic career, especially during the Civil War period of 18(5I-(i5. Difficulty in obtaining....

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE FOUR YOUR MONEY BUYS MORE AT THE CHICAGO STORK A Collin Landmark . fc; ♦ : WJ I & I ft a 11 I P i ' > «> 4^ ♦ r. :f< - VIEW MURAL PAINTINGS 1 s The following: McKirnoy ladies — went down to Dallas Sundiy ft- — ernoon to view the mura) paint- ~ ings that are sponsored by the ' Public Works Administration ani were opened to the public that afternoon from 2:00 to 3:00 o'clock at the Dallas Art Insti- tute: Mrs. E. L. Burton. Mrs Thos. E. Craig, Mrs. M. H. Gar- rett, Miss Maude Wilcox, Mrs. George Wilcox, Miss Nannie Dee Dyer, Miss Mary Dooley, and Mrs. Joe E. Largent. Among the paintings exhibited were some of Fred Klepper, formerly of Mc- Kinnev whose artistic work now BETTER LIVING FROM AGRICULTURE _ FOR EAST TEXAS FARMERS PLANNED I the McKinney Public square that = 1. _ _ passed out of existence about a — SUITABLE PRIZES FOR WINNERS GRADING HIGH- balf century ago and in which = EST ON SCOEtl CARDS—LIVING-AT-HOME PRO- many notable events, soci...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1934. THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE Mrs. Roemmele Is Given Treat On Birthday S J dnvH Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Roem- mele and daughter, Miss Wynell, of Denison, and Mr. and Mrs. El- mer Roemmele and daughter, Martha Ann, of McKlnney. Everyone had an enjoyable and left wishing Mrs. Roem- many more happy birth- days. The children and grandchild- Uren of Mrs. F. J. Roemmele surprised hei Sunday, February 4, with a birthd ly dinner at tier home on West Howell street. Sat- urday, February 3, was her six- ty-lhird birthday. Each one brought well-filled baskets, that filled a long table ti its f:. '! «;;;moity, whic.j was centered v. itli a huge birthday rake pr<: ("lied by Mr. and Mrs. R A. Roenimale of Denison. Tl.ose pre ent were Mrs. Roem- mele and Miis Etta, at home; Miss Lottie and Reua of Dallas, Guynn Stuart of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Ern.".=t Boyd and daughters, Misses Edith and Ollie Ruth, of Buy a small or large farm from the McKlnney Realty Co. BUSINESS AT THE...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — McKinney Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 8 February 1934

SiX THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE THURSDAY, FEB. 8. 19K4. I Interesting News From Communities Ml Over Collin County ^ —i - ■ ■ 1 * rxi-i i . ■ . .i' i«. h'..Pa 11*1 ft i fl Anil. visitfid BRANCH Mrs. W. H. R. Mathews Fete Enloe, and her sister, Mrs. : Clifford Scott. Woodrow Barnes, who has teen 4 at Edinburg, Texas, the past six 1 weeks, is at home again. Mrs. Jim Dennison, who has Mrs Maggie Mathews, who has been quite sick for the past six 1 been H|c|t ln bed the past three weeks, is able to be up most of months, is slightly improved. the> time. Mra. Jewell Reeder und cousin, Walter Lafon left Thursday for Klzu Kinningsworth, of near Hig- South Texas to buy onion slips. ,glns, visited friends here Sun- A card from him Saturday stat- ,^y' ed he was at Raymondsvillc. ^ri Langley has been at- Miss Izetta Nickerson enjoyed (tending the bedside of her little ly last ' LEB^ NON Miss Velnui Miller, cor. Wedding anniversary of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Rodgers. The Duckworth boy...

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