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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 12 March 1936
f THE McKlNNEY EXAMINER Office of Publication Opposite County Jail Volume 50, No. 20 McKlNNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1936 SECTION TWO FORMER FIRST BAPTIST PASTOR DIES SUNDAY FUNERAL SERVICES HELD AT TYLER FOR DR. G. L. YATES Friends in McKtney learned with regret the passing of Dr. G. L. Yates, former Pastor of the First Baptist Church here, who died in Baylor Hospital Sunday morning about 2 o'clock. The de- ceased had been critically ill for 3everal weeks before his death. Dr. Yates was widely-known over the State, being one of the outstanding ministers of his den- omination. He was pastor of the First Baptist Church at Amarillo, at the time of his death, and had built many churches during his lifetime. He was 58 years old at the time of his death. Funeral services were held at Tyler this (iMonday) afternoon at. 2 o'clock, conducted by Dr. Port- er Bailes, Pastor of the First Baptist Church there. Others assisting in the services were Dr. L. R. Scarborough. President of the So...
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I THE EXAMINER, McKlNNEY. TEXAS, MARCH 12, 1936 TWO Boyi r < l .tick mm > .\ 11s L.i lii ii« Collin County Pioneer Dies Near Celina Death removed another pioneet from the Celina community ut 12:110 Friday afternoon, when Mrs. J. A. McWhirttr wa called to her reward. Though 85 years old, Mrs. McWhirter bad been in fairly good health until she suffered a heart attack two weeks prior to her death at her home five miles northeast of Celina. She was lovingly called by her wide circle of friends, "Grandma" McWhirter. Funeral services were conducted at the First Methodist Church at 2 p. m. Sunday afternoon by Revs. O. M. Turner. W. J. Epting of Celina and Rev. f}. E. Canister, the latter of Van Alstyne. The body was conveyed to Cottage Hill cemetery and lowered to rest beside the body of her hus- band who died April, 1921. A rich offering of flowers told in a most impressive way of the love and esteem in which this dear old pioneer mother was held. Serving as pall-bearers were three ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 12 March 1936
\ 1 THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY, TEXAS. MARCH 12 THREE With Reynolds Home Mr. and Mrs. John \V. Blewett, be- ginning with March first are con- nected with tli>' Reynolds Presbyter- ian Hiinie. located near Vickery just off the Richardson-Dallas highway. Mr. Blewett will be supervisor of the ilairj and farm, also acting as as- Tiie singing school closed night with a play. Hereon The Tlmmons quartet from Tuesday Pubbs. ' McKiti- ney and a quartet from Denton wen present. Mr. W. T Climax after sistant with the boys of the Home in : old States. Minton has returned to a year's visit in the s Iva and Xuunie Stanihaugh 1 as( Suturda\ night with their Mrs. Kaymond Tollison. and and accompanied thein to Ma- t Oklahoma, to visit their aunt, John Warren, who is quite ill their outside work. Mrs. Blewett will I). matron of the Wichita Dormi- tory for boys. They moved there last week and have taken active charge of their duties.— Richardson Kcho. o .1. a. Smith is able to be up again after about t...
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FOUR THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY, TEXAS, MARCH 12, 1936 Frisco All. and Mrs. Will Miller and dauKiiti r, Frances, who guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hrice ('rump in McKin- ney, Sunday. Miss benora Kerliy of IMllas, visit- ed her grandmother, Mrs. T. N. Ker- ley who has been sit k iiut i? improv- ing. Miss Ruth Marconi who is a student In ('. 1. A., spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Homer Haggard. 'DacP Hansen Passes Away l-'i ic iius in McKincty and Collin 'onntv le^rit to learn ot iht passing tit A v. Hansen, better known as "Had Haiism" the beloved artist who tor the past several years has spent a portion of liis tfnje at his eottagc en Club Lake. Mr. Hansen had b" t 11 in pour health Mr. and Mrs, Bob Mathis and chil-; f0l- several months. He was remov •Iren of Dallas, visited her mother, ,,] ti„. home of his daughter. Mrs Mrs. Jim Brewer, Sunday. ]),• j. jj. .vie Minn. 402 South Mt. W. B. Brewer of Paris spent the. < •);, ire Street. Dallas, where he pass week-end visiting his son, ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 12 March 1936
s V THE EXAMINER. McKINNEY. TEXAS. MARCH li\ lusti FIVE 7 \ M • l * • i t i • Children's Shoes At Moderate Prices White, Tan Elk n/2,° $1.45 TAxo $1.55 White Elk $119 8y2 to 12 's' Shoes $2.50 and $3.50 GORDON SOCKS Wilson's Shoe Store ' West Side of Square Horrr& White Are Agents For, Goodyear Tires ■UfSfct jl. S--... . t/' Horn *- White have recently, been appointed dealers for Goqdyear tires and tubes and other prochMx* of, this company,, Messrs. Horn wil' "White, proprietors, are announcing ^throogh the columns ol the Examiner tire prices and the numerous,, other ac- cessories fofc xpuf car_ wnifch au he procured at their place of business. Visit them at. their big auto acces- sory store on Eapt Louisiana street.. "Everytmns?- lor your Auto'- is their motto. iiiiiNiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiitli!uiiHiiiii| I Examiner 1 WANTED WANT 'tA^-BUY- Used American Beauty Duster, in good condition. Al- so reversible disc harrow, or eight disc. ADDRESS X. care of Tiie Ex- aminer. i • * ■ 17-3t...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 12 March 1936
F six THE EXAMINER, MeKINNEY. TEXAS, MARCH 12. 1936 MENTAL AILMENTS ATTRIBUTED TO USELESS WORRY REGARDING THINGS THAT CANT BE HELPED Wylie (Dallas N'-w.s) Trying to keep up with t!i■ Joneses causes a large percentage of those nervous cases in which patients are tortured with imaginary ills, I Jr. Al- fred \V. Adson, Mayo Clinic, itoch- cster, Minn., said Thuisday night at tile First Baptist Church of the Am- i rican College of Surgeons sectional convention. Nervousness is an emotional state j themselves in their youth by attempt- luought on frequently l>y exhaustion ng to work day times and attend of varying kinds, he asserted. parties until late in the night lie said. "People worry too much about others achieve the same end by ii • are cm i diugly real to them. They have pailis and the pains are "eal. Hut the ill is imaginary.' lie named irritability in grown-ups, nsonionia and indigestion among re- sults «<t' useless worry He advised that unpleasant things not be saved lor d...
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THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY, TEXAS, MARCH 12, 1936 THREE y Blue Ridge Oui iniiii; fire. .stems to t« :nt ing in Blue Kidge lately. One day last *«ek. Mis. I). I.. Burgess' bare burr- ed; last Thursday morning the home of Mr. I.on Richardson com- pletely ce'iroyed and Thursday enmori Mr. Toin White's house caught oi! fire. tint it was soon put oat by friends ;tnd neighbors. Mi' and Mrs. George Tree, Mr. W. M. Baku- and Charlie Calloway were 1 McKiiiuey visitors. Saturday. Fourteen from the Baptist Church, attended Workers Conference at Ne- vada last Monday. Nelsot and j Taylor were V L Mr. and Mrs. J O. Nelsi /baby and Miss Addie Taylo A Dallas visitors, Monday. V Mrs. Raniona Greer has returned to her home in San Francisco, Calif., after visiting relatives here. •Mr. Felix Howard of Frogno;, visit- ed 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...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 12 March 1936
FOUR THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY, TEXAS. MARCH 12, 1936 Westminster Melissa Mi and .\1 i'H Kreil Hiiebuch of .Miss Una Hotsford of Slilf ''i i■!. Madiil, Oklahoma visited relatives j spent tllo week-end with Mist Ruby during tbe week-end. Mr Ktlie! (jre« r and sun, Wayne, spent the week-end with her sister and family. Mr and Mrs. .Johnson of Howe. (iiandniotlier Heed still continues very poorly. Mr and Mrs Spencer Spearman of 1 >:i Hit -, spent Sunday with parents. Mr. M r. boys, wit li near Mr. .Iim (Jeer is in McKinney is suffering caused from Tliomp- Sunday Sunday Baptist .rid Mrs. Jno. Hendricks. and Mrs. Lloyd Jackson and Wesley and Jerry spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Artie Culweli of Van Alstyne. and Mrs. Jno. Hendricks, Mrs. Hendricks Jr., and Mrs. Ethel visited Mrs. I'helix Jackson who the McKinney hospital. She underwent an operation. |(ev. Klckeraon returned home after spending week with ills daughter, Mrs Brinlee. .Mrs. I'rlcc Muliikin of Slieruian . pent Thursduy with parents....
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 12 March 1936
ay- sta., lent Irs auil er's lid, iu the im tic" igli «* va« for lay for SVe me of he ' w THE EXAMINER, McKlNNEY, TEXAS, MARCH 12. i;>36 > a Q • I I « t I I / It SEVEN BACKWARD GLANCES BY A. \V. NKV1LLK, In Paris News Rhine Brothers Were Big Merchants When Their Store at Clarksville Burned They Moved Goods From Paris to Continue Business. iu 1857 A. lthine ami Brothers had u chain ot stores—at Clarksville and I'aris and Bonhaui and later at McKinney. In that year a fire de- stroyed their store in Clarksville and in the Clarksville Standard of Aug. S, 1857, they had an advertisement to inform the people that they were still in business. Its style is so dif- ferent from what an advertisement today would be that 1 am reproducing it. It read: "The undersigned are happy to an- nounce to their friends and custom- ers that notwithstanding the late serious disaster which swept away their place of business in Clarksville they will keep up a stock of goods which will be opened at the st...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Examiner — 12 March 1936
EIGHT THE EXAMINER, McKINNEY, TEXAS, MARCH 12, 1936 FINAL SALE ON COATS AND SUITS All Spring styles, not all sizes mostly 14, 16 and 18 COATS That were formerly $14.75 Choice $5.00 Tailored Spring Suits, good styles, light colors, formerly $10.30 Choice $6.95 WASH DRESS SALE All new spring, short sleeve styles, lovely materials, broken sizes, to close out in two groups. $1.00 and $1.69 HOSIERY SALE Broken sizes in first quality chif-, fon hose. A close-out price 49c "CARR'S" Ready-to-Wear Funeral Services— ■ir - I fr 'in ee 1 Court News- (Continued from Paee 1). raunity survivor of J. N. Patterson, deceased. Bond, set at ?100.00 and ■approved. C. M. Lewis. W. E. Button, -and B. J. Xaugle appointed apprais- ers. Inventory and appraisement ap- proved and ordered recorded. Marriage License. J. W. Pearson and Eiiima Ruth Bvler. Welton C. .Moore and Mrs. Frances Moore. E. L. Hanna and Mis. Bi! lie I 'raughan. A. V. Bultmeyer and Mrs. Helen Keith. Bill B. Clark and Ruhye Lorent) Koper. Eu...