Wedding of Miss Edith Brous

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Wedding of Miss Edith Brous - Gamma Has Gordon Club a solo and Miss Lena...
Gamma Has Gordon Club a solo and Miss Lena Weddington played several piano selections. During the short business session session at which Miss Katie Feeser presided, reports were given or the recent district meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma in Greenville Greenville were given by Miss Virginia Gervers. Misses Feeser, Gervers and Mary Crawford and Mrs. Linnie George attended the meeting meeting as representatives of Alpha Delta Chapter of the order here. Hostesses for the meeting were Mmes. Adelaide Bauer, Thomas Justiss, Roy Carter, Kennemer, Grace Latimore, Pat Lewis, Shelton Shelton McAmis and Dixon Shelton and Misses Mildred Price, Lucille Stephenson and Hallie V. Welch, The organization will close its year's activities with an evening affair at Paris Golf Club on May 16. _ Wedding Takes Place Here Sunday Morning The marriage of Miss Edith Mildred Brous, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Rome Brous of Greenville, to J. Ross Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stone of 315 West Houston Street, takes place here Sunday at 11 a.m. at the Church of God. The Rev. Lee Shires of Ladonia will officiate. The bride's father is a former pastor of the church here. The couple wil be at home here at 241 Graham Street. The bride has attended the Church of God Bible Training School at Sevierville, Term., the last two years, specializing in Bible study- ^ Mr. Stone attended Paris schools and is employed at Cummer-Graham Cummer-Graham Manufacturing Company Company here. He was superintendent superintendent of the Church of God Sunday School for some time. Mrs. T. P. Berry The Rev, Travis White Mrs. Jean Norman Mrs. T. P. Berry is president of the Music Study Club which annually sponsors local observance of National Music Toy Library Matinee Is Set Monday A committee from the Pre- School Association will be at the Plaza Theatre to receive toys for the Toy Library at a benefit matinee matinee Monday from 3 to 6 p. m. Every child bringing a toy, new or old, in good condition, will be admitted to the theatre to see Jane Withers in "High School," a picture which has been approved by the Parants Magazine. The committee will incluide Mrs. Louis Robinson, and Mrs. Scott Galbreath, Jr., from the Pre-School Association and Mrs. A. T. McCue, district supervisor of the WPA recreational division will assist The Toy Library is sponsored as a WPA recreational project by the Pre-School group. The increasing number of children children patronizing the free ' library calls for additions to the articles on hand, anjd all sorts of toys and games for children over five years old' are needed now. Hugo Floral Display Held HUGO, Okla. (Special).—Winners (Special).—Winners in various classes in the Spring flower show sponsored by the Hugo Garden Club are as follows: Iris—most outstanding, Mrs. W. E. Schooler; blues, Mrs. U. G. Knox, first in Clara JNToyes, Alta California, Spring Maid Beaubo; Mrs. W. E. Schooler, first, High Tide; Mrs. Knox, second, Aza- lado; Mrs. J. D. Lawhorn, second, Royal Salute and Ambassador; Mrs. Knox, second, Pink Jewel; Mrs. G. W. Dodson, second, Ivory; Mrs. Lawhorn, second, Sass Pink; TO WED SUNDAY Miss Edith Brous At 11 a. m. Sunday at the Church of God, Miss Edith Brous, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Rome Brous, of Greenville, formerly of Paris, will become the bride of J. Ross Stone of Paris. first; gaillardia, Mrs. J. R. Milling; Milling; blue bonnets, Mrs. T. W. Tyler. Best red roses bouquet, Mrs. Charles Nease, first; Mrs- Will Biard, second; Mrs. E. P. Garrett, third; best pink roses, Mrs. W. D. Herndon, first and second; Mrs. Kuhne, third; best white roses, Mrs. Hunnicut, first; Mrs. J. R. Milling, second; Mrs. G. W. Dodson, Dodson, third; blends, Mrs. Kuhne, first; Mrs. J. R. Redding, second; W. N. Ha&, third; single, Mrs. Kuhne, first; Mrs. Milling, second and third; best three roses, Mrs Kuhne, first: Mrs. Milling, second; second; Mrs. Redding, third, best five roses, Mrs. Milling, first: A J. Blair, Jr., second; Mrs. Milling, third. Peonies, pink, Mrs. Schooler, first; J. A. Phinney, second; Mrs. National to _

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  1. The Paris News,
  2. 05 May 1940, Sun,
  3. Page 8

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