Denton Record-Chronicle from Denton, Texas on August 13, 1941 · Page 6
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PACE .DEXTON. 7ESAS, KECOTm-CTrRONIOI.E, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1M1 Boles Orphans to Present Program Special to Record-CIirontcle SANGER; Aug. is—A group of 16 children from Boles Orphan .Home at Greenville will be at Uie Church of Christ- tonight (or n program at 8:15 composed of songs and lalks by the children. These children are under the supervision of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. MeCaleb. Personals John Melton of the U. S. Navy, San Diego, visited his parents here. Mmes. Alma Su r earlngen and O. B. Lane of Dallas and Richard Middleton of De Leon are visiting Mrs. Bell Smith. Mrs. Harve Thompson is visiting in Sadler. •Mr. and Mis. Tom Campbell and daughter and Miss Clarice WilHs returned from pampa. Mis'; MaurJnr Hancock returned to Valley View after visiting Miss Mildred "Willis. • Mr. anri Mrs. George Hipsher and Mrs. George Pridemore and daughter of Colt'man returned home after visiting Mmes. W. P. LeGear and Nannie Nance. Virgil Ward Jr. is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Q. P. Hill, in Memphis, Term. He also will visit in Hot Springs and Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stewart returned from A'marillo. "Mr. and Mrs. Harve Ezell, Charles tind Billie Ezell visited Mrs. Eubanks in Dallas. Buford Chestnut of Alvarado visited Mr. and Mrs. Chestnut. Mrs. Jessie. Russell and children and Scotty Russell oi Dallas visited Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Chestnut. Nfr, and Mrs. W. R. Chatfield visited in Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ashley of Wichita rails visited Messrs, and Mmes. J. R. Ashley and Etilow. Week-end guests of Mrs. Ida Gheen were Messrs, and Mmes. Ray Sethmap- of Dallas and Wallace Waldrip and children of chillicothe. Mines. Jeil Cornell and Curtis Warren, Miss Evelyn Nance and Jack Stacev Burkhalder visited Mr. and Mrs. T .W. Davenport in Arti- more. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. M'oore and Rex Moore of Mineral Wells visited here. Rev. and Mrs. Allen of Blue Mound visited Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Talbot. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Milligan of Roanoke were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Milligan. Miss Margaret Trietsch of Wichita Palls visited Mrs. Claudia Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hill and son of Mansfield and Miss Irene McRight of Dcnton visited Mrs. Victoria McRigln. "Thumbs Up, Texas!" in March of Time JH. C. Parrish and I Miss Talley Wed nro former .students of Teachers College, where Parrish received B. A. and M. A. degrees. PAS- When Texaus get emhuseti they get enthused, says March of Time In its newest release "Thumbs Up Texas'", which is released ahead of time especially for the 35th anniversary celebration of Interstate theaters. Picmred here me sons find daughters oi Texas n the suiri; of the li'ltn. which will herald the storv of Tcxss to all the world. Texa^' part in iho defense plans of the nation will be hernlcied to the entire nation and to the worUI in the newest March ol Time release "Thumbs Up. Texas!" which Is being completed nou- nmi will be screened at the Texas Theatre here Sunday nnd Monday. "Thumbs Up, Texas!" comes to the screen in several thrill nnd. CLC- iion pacired reel5 nnd U'ill give flu* United States an idea of what the Lone Star Stale has done and is doing to prepare itself in the national defense plan. For the first lime in the history of March of Time. :\ complete crew of cameramen, technicians and directors devoted more tlfcm a month to one subjeci. More Hum 60.000 feet of film was shot, so complete j was the coverage of this state's al- i most unlimited boundaries. It was the first time this tremendous foot- nge was filmed to gel tht- material as it will auue-tir on the Texas sil- versheec. . Westbrook Van Voorhis, commen- tator of the film whose voice is' known to moviegoers everywhere.; was so thrilled when he made the commentary thru he will lour the state. He will touch many of the spots depicted in "Thumbs Up. Tex- i as t" | The natural resources or the] state, together with the military camps and preparedness plans, are prominently shown. Rmiaers nnd j . pretty girls, for which the state is punc11 famed, play n prominent part in the pictnrization of Texas and its defense plrms. MODERN WOMEN »T MAK1AN MAYS MARTIN Remember the Community Rec- i reational Center will cost only 4c per S100 valuation. BRING YOUR SHOES TO Goodyear Shoe Shop FOR BIG VALUES 206 North Elm St. BRAEMORE TISSUES Box of 500 Fine quality cleansing tissues. BUY NOW! I.C.PENNEYCQ GOSSIPING ABOUT FRIENDS SURE WAV TO LOSE THEM Women have many quei'r quirks and one of the queerest of [hen: is the aversion they show for friend- \ ships amons: their friends. All worn- ! en are not like that, but if you'll check among your friends you will find, as I have done, that many dis- I courage close 1 riendships a'mong mutusl mends. I wonder whv. U it becaui-e they suspect these friends \\ill get together and compare notes and have one of those she-said-^nd- he-said-io-her calk-fesUs chat so many indulge in? Are they afraid of being torn to bits, conversationally, of course, between them? If so, it doesn't speak very well for the loyalty o: their friends or of the opinion they hold cf them. It bespeaks a mutual distrust. Since very few stories are repeated exactly as originally cold, it Ls wise to make allowances for the re-itlling. Hold Our Tongues We should be much more careful than usual these days in repealing what one hears, and certainly one should strangle the impulse to repeat any remark that might be misconstrued. Most of U5 say more than are going to be misquoted find misrepresent e<l by one or boih of their friends. ; It's possible, of course, for two ' perfectly !oy;il friends io ,net ii^Vi n discussion of a third without meaning to harm or belittle the absent one. They may be both aware of i her shortcomings and while it's widest to avoid discussion of them, it Ls hard not to, and harder still co keep from voicing criticism or displeasure. ! Destroys Friendships When a person \ve like is inconsiderate or unkind, perhaps quite unintentionally, one is bound to be hurt or angry. Friendship, like love, may be smashed to bits by repeated knocks and when this happens, the relationship Is in the same tragic fix as Humpty Dmnpty—all the king's horses and all the king's men. plus well-intentioned friends, can't put it together again. Women who affect a patronizing air toward their friends are riding for a fall. No one likes to be patronized. So H you can patroni/e someone and get away with it, don't natter yourself that it Ls because they love you. It's because they are using you. A broken friendship Ls a minor or major openuion and always leaves a scar. Since real friends are so precious, isn't- it rather strange that we so o'ten kick and cuff them about, or talk about them behind their backs? Court Approves Nancy Gates' RKO Movie Contract we mean—more than our prayers. LeglOn Auxiliary as an old lady used to put it- and T r\ t most of us speak in the mood oi the instructs Delegates the American I.e- meeting with Mrs. REPAIR REPAINT REMODEL You can get money from us for any of these purposes, or to refinance a loan or to finance a new home. L*t us explain our proposition. Denton Federal Savings And Loan Association \\. E. MANX, Secretary Telephone 2G moment, not after weinhmi! one's words. Free speech is a privilege but it also plunges one into endless controversies anci into' dlfliculties that are hard to escape. Suppose we reaUy mean: whs r . we said in tli? heart of anger or in the hear; of argument, and jus: ?ijppo?e it \vas repeated. Can't ;ou .-ee how c'p.at re.: rk becomes a LooracTar;?? The listener, or reader, piu-s his own interpretation on what he reads or hears. He dee; r.oi always interpr-jt it correctly or as intended. Then when he pai=fa the opinion along, if beco.in-s curiously distorted and probably harms someone, or makes one's own way more difficult. Perhaps women instinctively sense this and know iniuitively thai they Members of cion Auxiliary . F. E. Davis, president, Tuesday evening decided to instruct local" delegates to vote against the proposed constitutional change whereby the state office oi secretary-treasurer would be niF.de into two positions, at the state convention in Fort Worth Aug. 17-19. Mrs. Richard I.. Fowler, chaplain, opened the meeting with a prayer, and following the business session, a. surprise miscellaneous shower was given Miss Juanila Lehrman. bride- elect of Sgt. Farrol E. Killgore. Gifts in a soldier's pack were delivered to her by a uniformed sergeant, and refreshments were then served to 12 members. HOLLYWOOD. Aug. 13— If! —Denton. \vhich sent Ann Sheridan to the movies, lias another candidate for film fame. Site's Nancy Gates. 16 and brunette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gates of Demon. Slit' received Superior Court approval today for a seven- year contract With RKO-Radlo Studio. Cotirt approval was necessary because she is n minor. Lott Family To Hold Reunion Sunday Members o! the Lou family will hold their tmntial reunion Sunday, Aug. 17. M Grapevine Spring's. Friends as '.veil as relatives are being invited to attend and bring baskets of lunch. *"=—Retiein Fain crl Periodic—«v Female Weakness ftNQ HELPS BUILD UP RED BLOOD! Lydia E. pjniham's TABLETS (with added iron) have helped thc'jscinds of girls to relieve pain of functional monthly weakness Pinkham's Tablets ALSO help build up red blood and thus aid in promoting MOKE STRENGTH Worth trying! .; Miss Edrie Maurice Tnlley. daughter of Mrs. Robert Talley, ''OB Avenue D, became the bride of Herbert Charles Parrish, son of Mrs. i J. M. Parrish of Jacksboro, Tttes- I day at 7:30 p. in. in the Tnlley [ honie where had assembled about 60 relatives nnd close friends. Baskets of white asters, white gladioluses and ferns, flanked by lighted tapers In floor candelabra formed an improvised altar in the lining room, and the ring ceremony I wns read bv Dr. Stewart Newman of the Fort Worth Baptist Seminary, n close friend or the bridegroom's family. The wilding march : wns played by Miss Lonila Story i ; ol Wylie. , I Till' bride wore ;t seli-braiilm! j c.-stimie suit of regiment blue rab- | bit hair cloth with olny-nisi nc- ; cessories. Her shoulder corsage was : ; of Columbia rosebuds find valley lilies. nml for something okt tmii i something bdr]'o\ved she wore a lovely hand-carved platinum chain nnd pendant, set with two large ; amethysts surrounded with seed penris. her father's wedding gift i to her mother. The bride's only attendant was her sister. Miss Cloe Reita Talley, i who wore a Ousty rose alpaca with n gnrdenin corsnge. Clyde Wilton of California, a cousin of the bridegroom, was best man. The mothers of the couple wore soft shades of blue with rose corsages, nnd received guests at the reception following the ceremony, when the bride's register was kept by Mrs. Chnrtes Cobb of Lake Dallas anci Mrs. Homer Money. A double heart wedding cake, embossed with white roses nnd sur- momued with a miniature pastry arch from which were suspended wedding bells, was served with from a lace-covered table centered with a bowl of roses. : feverfew and gypsophila. Mrs. ! Smith Parkes presided over the rake-cutting and Mrs. W. C. Potter I served the punch. Others in the j hotiseparty were Mrs. Horace Talley. Mrs. A. B. Mackey nnd Miss Maggie Bell Taylor. The couple left immediately fol- I lowing the reception for a .short trip to West Texas, alter which ; they will go to Columbus. Ohio, \ where Parrish holds a fellowship j in mathematics in the University > [ of Ohio, for work on his doctor's i : degree. Doth Mr. and Mrs. Parriil CHURCH' OF AM> SOU1.S TOR SUCCUMBS LOS ANGELES. Aug. 13.—W)— Funeral services for Dr. Charles F. Aketl, 71. founder nnd pastor of All Soiils Church, who' diecl yesterday, will be held tomorrow afternoon In Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendnlc. Despite its great area. the. entire Golden Gate State of Cnllfornln ha.s a population of 1.250.00U less than New York City, Children's Work In Mission to Be Exhibited Thursday An exhibit of work done by children of the community mission nt 310- Walmvrlght Street, sponsored by the B. o. P. Class of the First Methodist Church, will be held Thursday evening from 7:30 to 10 o'clock, open to the public. The work has been done during vacation by members of the friendly Club, between ages of nine and 15, directed by Mrs. D. E. Holcomb, who lias charge of the mission. 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'You owe Ifts talk to yourself, your family ami i>c*,uniy to take advantage ol the pivs- PUt opportunities to OWN YOUR OWN HOME. TEMPLE Ll'MBER COMPANY ••Uicrf'i D MATERIAL difference" III S. A«s!ln St. PJione 170 This is the sale of advanced types of gas heating equipment that thrift-wise folks wait for. Ask for complete details ... for prices and terms. . 'tlsf CommunityCrlNaturalGas Co. Iiousands in this section arc heading for an easy, healthful winter by bringing thtir healing facilities up to date. Besides giving a widespread, healthful warmth, modern equipment looks better as welPas serves you more efficiently. Heating your home is important, cspe- help yourself to new-type heaters, to keep the whole house warm / * G cr J-he gas inJuilry jjvj Io it 1/jj'l t!ie £ji equipment jot iht homt is just jj m oJ- rrn at that /or tlit factory. 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