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Monday, August 31, 1936
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DENTOX, TEXAS, RECORD-CHRONICLE, MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1936 Bry \rl and Ann Sheridan and ane Vitz ^ . Marry Here i hdward Noms Wed ,•'' In a simple but hnpressiYe cere- mojiy in the First Presbyterian Church Friday, MBss Pproihy Jane Vitz, daughter of Mrs. Anria Vltz of Defetqp, and Alton 1C. Bryant, son of Mr. .and "Mrs. A. C. Bryant of Dentan, -were united in marriage by Dr. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sheridan of Denton liave announced the marriage of tiielr daughter, Miss Ann Sheridan, to Edward Norris of New York City, which took place Aug. 116 in Ensenada, Mexico. Mrs. Norris, motion-picture' actress, attended Denton schools as Clara Lou Sheridan. With Norris, j who is also a motion-picture actor, | she is expected to visit in the Sheridan home here at Christmas. The former Denton girl has recently completed work in '"Sing Me: a Love Song", and is at present engaged in the film. "Making of the O*Malleys", according- to Mrs. Sheridan. pastor"of _^ the .church.. Bed roses and ferns MRS. BRYANT • decqrated the altar,, and the bride's sister, 3£rs. Adolphe H. Walker of Irving, piayjsd the wedding music, "Lsi^ ^rolppdrina," before the cere- inony, : ami -I'.Love You Truly" as tbe : .TOWS were said. John Vitz of Stanton. gave his sister in marri- age.;Rhpdes Mustain of Aubrey was besj,"man;and only attendant. Gordon Gray and Miss .;.Mrs. Bryant'Is'a. 1936 graduate garrison Rohde were cuietly mar- of •S^Q.-W., and Bryant was grad- ^ ed at tne j, ome oi ^ bride's uated from Teachers College in 1935. pareilts ]vtr . snd jvirs. Edd Rohde, He taugnt the'past year in Grandi Sunday afternoon ut 2:SQ. The Saline, and both will teach there "groonf is a son cf Mr. and Mrs. ' .winter.".;. ^ . ,„ •. •„.._ I John Gray of Krum. The ring ceremony was read by Jessie Powell. Gordon Gray and Miss Alyne Rohde Wed Here Sunday •-Out of town guests were. Miss Sue Allen, of Hfflsboro, Mrs.- Bertie Harries and daughter, Kathleen, Mies Vera Bryant, Mrs. Howard Minnerick.and mother. Mis. Olson 5emb3e , vith and Mrs. Tuttle. ail of Dallas, Mr. ' and Mrs. Jess Smith and children, 'Jess Price and Jimnvydean. and minister of the Church of Christ Kruui. The bride wore a navy blue eiv Mrs. Jim McBride of Sanger and Mrs. Dee Elder of Pilot Point. Three centuries ago the famed Boston Common could have been purchased for $150. Today the city values it at $45,750,000 and it is not.-for- sale at any price. ! y blue accessories. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Edcl - Rolicie ' and son, Jesse alack, I^rs. John Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Doris "Moore and children, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson and daughters, Dorothy and Jitmnie Dee, T. J. Fletcher. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rich,.Mrs. Emma Opitz, Travis Gray. Misses Johnnie Bernice Gray.- Claudia Meredith and Lucille FarrelL. A six o'clock dinner •v'as served to the guests. Mr. and Mrs, Gray will visit relatives and.friends at Longyiew and ether points, and will make their home af 810 Beli Avenue, Denton after Sept 7. Romance for three and for everybody as 0110 of the weaker sex starts tocsin? two" smart gn;-:» arouind in "Won:en are Trouble 1 •billed for Thu?s?:ay and Friday at fli e Pal.icc an' 1 starring Stuavt Emiti, Paul- Kelly and Florence Eicc. Ask for a jiurst ticket to this production if your name appears anjojij heads " ! ln c Classified 'D'- j rtirlory, missionary division of the First Christian Women's Council vill not meet tomorrow a number of members are out of town, The Business and Professional Women's Club will meet at 6:39 j o. m. in the American Cafe dining room. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clem Bask, ihree miles east of Denton, Sunday morning, a girL Bora to Mr. and Mrs. Van Patterson of Lake Dallas, Sunday night, a girl". The condition of Mrs. Otho llan- scom, critically ill at her home, was reported unchanged Monday. A truck from the Central Fire Station \vas called to extinguish a grass fire on Cleveland. Street about 1:35 p. m. Monday. There was no damage. , Allen Hopper of Aubrey under went a minor operation in the Denton Hospital Monday morning. WOMEN By MARIAN MAYS M \ET1N Mr. and Mrs. G. Coleraan Brown of Dallas visited Mrs. W. N. Masters, and daughter. Miss Ethel Masters, Sunday." W. N. Masters and daughter,' Miss Hilda, will leave j Colorado Monday to return home ABILITY Jp SEE JSOTH SIDES after a vacation of a few weeks. OF PROBLEM tfELPS PERPLEXED PEOPLE HEACH TRUE SOLUTION One of the most difficult tasks Events Tomorrow The Young Women's Bible class of the Church of Christ will meet at 9 a. m. The 'First Methodist W. M. S. will meet in a business session at 4 p. m. in the church. The First Baptist -W. M. S. will meet at .3 p. m. in- the church 'in business and social sessions. : The Women's Bible Class of the Church of Christ will meet in the church" at 3 p. m. The -Cumberland Presbyterian W. M. S. will meet in the • church at 3 p. m. The Trinity 'Baptist W. M. S. will meet in trie church at 3 p. m. The Central .Presbyterian Women's Auxiliary will meet in circles as follows: Circle 1 with Mrs. Walter McClurkan, . 804 North Locust Street^ at 9 a. m".: Circle 2 will not meet; Circle 3 will meet with Mrs. G. T; Turner, 312 West Mulberry Street, at 3 p. m.: Circle 4 will meet with- Mrs. W. E. Graham, 311 West Hickory Street, at 4 p. m. E. S. Edwards of Dallas was here Monday. Mrs. Ed Garrison and two chil- AMONG SICK James- Lewis and Miss Winona Lewis, children-of Mr. and Mrs. J. L -Lewis of Denton, underwent ton- ilectomies Monday morning. We Have Always Made prescription work the main part of our business. When you are sick and want only the BEST drugs be sure'ttie' prescription is sent tp us. Phones 29 and 39 or* BACK TO SCHOOL WARDROBF PROBLEM is pre-shrunlc and guaranteed washable, making it the practical fabric for a school-day wardrobe; •" - £ • -• V .'- ^' large selection of designs and colorings : wi{( satisfy your desire for both taste and economy. You're sure of a brisjk start with Hollywood Chintz. life asks of us is to put ourselves. 5n another's place. Anyone who has imagination enough tp view a problem from an angle opposite from their own is sear the solution. Try to cultivate the on-tiie-other fcjpe of mind. Dont-. be afraid of becoming one of those spineless persons who straddle every fence. Do >x>ur best to see over the fence and put yourself pri either side. Then you can finid which sice offers j-he .clearest view of the entire situation. "My dear Mrs. Martin: Another bride comes to you for advice. I am. to be married early in October ip a man whose" family is quite well off. I have always gone to business and am an orphan. I live with .a great-aun.t who is not in a position to give'me-a wedding nor can I afford to do anything elaborate. My aunt's house is tiny and would not hold. .enough people to even accommodate my: fiancee's family and intimate friends/ My moth"er-in-ia\v to be has offered to give "my wedding".receptipn 'at her Jiouse) (we are "tp -be married in church) and to defray all the expenses;; I'am marrying her only son arid she seems determined to give him a send-off. —in.gfact,i much-prefer not to a.c: 'T fel verj r strar.g about tiis —ing- fact, much prefer not to accept. What should I do? My'fi- ance is leaving it -up to me. I s.m independent by rature. Mj r aunt does not like the idea, but"-is also leaving it no to me. So what? Why"' : Nbt Accept It would be rather ungracious on your part to refuse, would, ifc not? it seerns hardly - worth'while offending your "generously disposed .mbther-in-law to be Just to establish the fact that you are inde- .perident by "ature. T think, under .the circumstances, that you should submitpto'" her plan." •'My dear Mrs. Martin: During my' vacation I became engaged to young man who .seemed all my eart could, wish for. Now I find" hat was only a sort of mid- urn mer madness and I don't real- him. T : am terribly upset tbout it; for he really is' a good dren, Mary Frances and Vera Bell, spent the week-end in Dallas visiting her sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Taylor and daughter, Miss Geneva, are visiting Carlsbad Cavern and other points in New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Camp and daughter. Miss Grace Camp, of Monroe, Wash., and Mrs. Eliza Malone of Everett, Wash., are visiting bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Camp, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Camp of Beaumont are visiting relatives in Den- position in P^las. Sunday. ' Rev. and.^fes. A.'p. Kue of ?oro vigited her brother, James Hayes. S'undjiy uight. Dr. N. J. -gawley of St. LpJU4s is Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Hawley. Mrs. - C. E. Moore of Sugarland underwent a tonsilectpmy Monday n -Denton. • rs; Oscar Blankemeyer of Krum S suffering from an infected eye. Mrs. W. E. Shaw of Krum is ill .t her home. • - ; : Miss Ruby Sa.vage of.. pentor vas able' to return to her home Jonday from the Denton Hospital, after illness, i " ' •• 'Mrs. Jade Coin of Ada. Qk., who has been ill in tb?-Denton Medical and Surgical Clinic, was removed o the home of her mother in Krum Monday. A favorable report was given vlonday on the conditifion of Ma- Jon Smith, 1018 West ^Highland Street, who underwent an- ; erner- ~ency appendectomy in the-Qen- bn Medical and Surgical Cliinic ast Thursday night. match that'I don't; really love him —in' .fact, he bores me. I know ots of fellows who could make me. happier. He travels for his firnr and is-at present away on a trip won't be home until..nearryj he middle or October.- I $offt uibw whether I should wait until then to tell him how I feel, or write him or .whether I should go ahead and inarry .hirh next Spring as .we plan. Berhaps I &m a fickle ade land will* never meet anyone I like better. What do you dunk?—"Twentyrtwo 1 ."' The man deserves a square deal, f you are a fickle he probably will consider that you are doing him /a favor by letting him know t in time. If you are jus 1 , going hrough some sort of : ;mentai reaction and -Qn contemplation, find Texas State College for Women desires"'to list all lighthouseekeep- ng apartments and rooms--with kitchen-'privileges in homes near the college; that are available for students under the co-operative- Iving "plan. Those interested should call Mrs. BovelL 587-,.. ,_ , ^A me, I'm my Sheaffer! ways a good report of 35? PER YARD ton. Dr. Richard Mandeli went to Dallas Monday to attend tin meeting of the .State Dental Association. Mr. and Mrs. P. c. Storrie returned Saturday from a trip to Deliver, gait Lake city', the Grand Canyon and Boulder Dam. Mr. and airs. John Baker, Misses Ethel Baker and Myrtle Har- reli hn\ r e returned from an eight- day crip w Carlsbad Cavern. BosweU, N. M., where they visited frienck r«nd relatives. Miss Vic Harwell, Mrs. V. W Shepard and Miss .Nona Mae Shepard were CenteradaVExposition.vis- itors in Dallas Friday evening. Mrs. W. D. Butler of RusseUvilie, Ky.; is here on business and visiting friends. Mollie Price .is visiting her daughter.' Mrs. B. O. Pugh r in Sherman this week. .Mr. and Mrs. L B. Holt have returnee from a 10-day visit to his old home at Holt's Corner, near Nashville. Term. - Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen of Fort Worth spent Monday with. her' .-aunt, Mrs. H. S. Church. Mrs. E. K. Blewett will leave Tuesday for Austin, where she will make her home this winter while her daughter, Miss Lucille, is a student in the University of Texas. Her son, Emerson, will return to Galveston, where he is a junior in the medical division of the university. Mr. and Mrs. Berney Skiles of New York City, who have been guests of relatives here for the past week, will return home Tuesday. • Mrs. B. W. Kidd, Miss Carol Ipdd, Miss. Katherine Tyson and Kenneth Tyson were in Crane over the weekend, where Miss Kidd has a teaching position for the school year. Mr. and Mrs. R. 'E. Jackson have returned from visiting in Dallas. •. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilson .visited friends in Ardmore, Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Milligan visited In Newcastle, Sunday, and brought back with them. Miss Ruth Shower Honors " Recent Bride Honoring Mrs. L. A, Wilson Jr., until last Sunday was Miss Evelyn Eager. Miss Vernelle Cope and Miss Lonny e Ruth Waggoner entertained with a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. L. A. Wiison Sr. Saturday afternoon. The bride was ushered in to the strains of "The Wedding March from !Lohengrin" and presented with' the many lovely gifts with much ceremony. After they were opened and viewed, the hostess served refreshments. The guests were as follows: Mmes. L. A. Wilson Sr., Mary Floy Eager. J. H. Jackson. Ford Gough, Homer Klepper, John Everett, John W. .Crain, ol L. Klepper, W. A. Klepper, S. A. Sheridan, soe Wag- goned, J. D.. . Duncan. W. c. Klepper, G N. Hudson, C. K. Wqods and Misses Frankie Klepper. Tommy Waggoner, Margarei Simpson, •Ethelston Provence and Pauline Barns. . • Can Mobilize 8,000,000 Men in Few Hours, II Duce Says AVELLINO. Italy, Aug. 31.—(AP) -Premier Mussolini returned tc Rome today after reviewing, with King Victor Emanuel, 60,000 of the 3,000,000 troops which he told the world were under his instant com- Third Death in Mexican mand. The the annual military maneuvers TIJJUANA, Lower Calif., Aug. 31. — (£>, — injuries in a dynamite blast \vhich killed a father and mother and wrecked a Tijuana hotel proved fatal today to Marie Madrigal, 5. The child was blown through a window of the one-story frame hostelry and landed 100 feet away when the'explosion shook Tijuana's business section yesterday. The other dead are her parents, Jose Madri<?al, 35, Mexican highway laborer. marching soldiers concluded | and Manuela Madrigal. 25. waitress. ^ ~inual military maneuvers iaj Night Police Chief Carlos Riviera which nicked trooos and the Italia*)' expressed belief that Maarigal. niau- " - - - dened by jealousy, touchec on tne blast \\-ith powder taken from the Ensenada-Tijuana highway project. high command participated. "We always, in the course of a few hours and after a simple order, can mobilie 8,000,000 men," he told cheering thousands who crowded the town square here yesterday. Diplomatic quarters interpreted his declaration to be aimed against two recent actions by Adolf Hitler in Germany and Joseph Stalin in Russia. The first, they declared, was the reichsfuehrer's extension of the military training period in Germany from one to two years. The second was the Soviet dictator's statement the Russian armies to march at a fofsonfvy Sunburn. ft f '• ^•I'lJlMW 1 Chtfmg ggs~z Itch'mq ^ Torment soothed- Healing itdedby Resinol Entertains For House Guest Miss Katherihe Louise Minor entertained with several sccial events over the week-end for heir guests, Miss JDorothy Sory of Houston. A midnight picture show Saturday attended-by a group of local friends and th e honoree and hostess "began the festivities, and Sunday was spent at the Dallas Centennial Exposition. This -morning a dawn dance at the Denton Country Club began the day, and -was followed by a swim at Lake Dallas and. breakfast. Mrs. Fred Minor, mother of the hostess, chaperoned. Miss sory will leave tliis aitenoon to visit her zrandmother in Gainesville. On" arrival of Miss Sory Saturday morning she, her hostess and Miss Billy Calmbach went to Port Worth where they had lunch and attended a show, and had dinner before returning home. hat yotf-.d^tWnfe enough of this 5^ ^ . nan to marry him, it would, of „ „ _-, Milligan, who has been visiting there. iMisses Beatrice Nichols and Marie Boys have returned to their homes -in -Denton after visiting in Cleburne, Burleson, Glenrose and Dallas. F. H. Garrison and daughters, Misses Pauline and Florine Garrison, of Lake Dallas, were Denton visitors Monday. Mrs. Ed Tidmore of San Antonio moment's notice. Seek Brothers in California Deaths YREKA, CaliT.. Aug. Vowing- vengeance, posses tracked two brothers through the wild mountain country of the California-Oregon border today in a relentless hunt f° r the killers of two law offiCers and a marine pilot. The fugitives.. John E. Bright (35. and his brother, Coke T. Bright, 30, sought as the men who shot and clubbtti three to death at the remote WIRE BRIEFS victims mining settlement of Horse Creek yesterday, vanished into the rugged Siskiyou Mountains. They left behind the bullet- pierced bodies of Deputy Sheriff Martin Lange, 48, and Constable Joseph Clark. 65. of Yreka, and. Captain Fred Seaborn, 50, former Navy officer and. Port pilot at Vallejo and Mare Island Navy Yard. The shooting occurred when the officers sought to an - est the brothers at their rninm? claim, 35 miles north of Yreka, on an assault charge brought '05 captain Seaboru and his friend an .d vacation companion, Charles Baker. NORTH BELMORE, N. Y-, Aug. 31—{#>)—lieuL Jack Bishop, world war flier of the Canadian; Air. Corps and two campanicns were killed today -when the airplane bishop was flying crashed near East Meadow. Long Island. ATLANTA, Aug. 31.— {&>}— Police captured two of three men who ttempted to rob the First National Bank here today. Officers said one wag Charles Chapman, escaped Arkansaes convict. Qf Mr _ It takes a sturdy, well constructs fountain pen to stand the har usage a school boy gives it. A bal anced Sheaffer is the ideal pen fo such a boy—it's easy-writing, neve tiring to the hand and doesn't need constant repairs. All SheatTer pens, whether of lever or Visible-Barrel type, are one stroke vacuum-fillers. They fill, empty with force 'and CLEAN with one-stroke — thus .keeping in best writing' condition. Sheaflers are very economically priced from $2.75 up. course, be wise tp wait a bit before unburdening youj heart to him. I do "think that in. writing him, as I- suppose you are doing; ".you could prepare him for your news. 1 Tell him of you r fears, write as frankly as you can about how you ;eel~-and if possibly, why. Naturally, "l do not advise you tp go ahead with any plan for marrying a'man you find you do not love. Widow Should Remarry "Dear : Mrs. Martin:"I am a girl of 17 arid my mother has just told ; me that she expects to marry " a- man who has been paying tier attention ever since my .lather's 'death' two years ago. My mother is 38. I-am'her only child, j am heartbroken about: this. I don't like the man, although I renlly- have nothing - against him. I mean, I guess he's okay. I laved n\y father -terribly arid can't bear hnving anyone take his place. .My mother says. I am un- stand. I do understand that reasonable and that I don't under' won't live horned although 1 h'avc not told her so. .What can I do? —'Miserable'." It is very hard for you. nay dear, yet you are 'wrong to try to inter- fere'with your mother^ life. In a few years you. will be irAking your .own life and leaving -her to ; a lonely old age: You. really should .try to overcome your natural' feeling of resentment and to think t>i your mother rather than of yourself. She is right. You do not understand. If you did you would not jump "to the conclusion that no one could take yc«ur father's place with her! Try to adjust yourself to' her plan., she has a right to cpmpaimonship, protection and to love. Her'"future' with this man cannot detract "from Her past with your father. Don't make it difficult for her to make a new life. Be a part of it if yo u can. Try it, anyway. • * Mrs. V. P.'Hadsell. Mrs. Tidmore is a sister of Mrs. Hadsell. Miss Laura Baldridge will leave Tuesday for a visit in the home of hex brother, Robert .L. .Baldridge, in Clifton. Miss Katheriner Killgore, 1423 Oakland Avenue, has returned from a week's visit in Gainesville. '' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. .Red and "daughter. Miss Sylvia Red, of tine are visiting Dr. and Mrs. H. G'. Fleming. : Mrs. W. T. Hall is visiting in Dal-las. ' Mrs. J. C. B. Hall of Ennis is visiting in the home of Mrs. R. A. .McCurry. Mr. and Mrs. R. V, Howard and children, Verna and Harrison," of Waurika, Ok:, .-Mr. and Mrs. "W". A. Hill of Spanish Fort and >irs. Willie A. Kay".of; Winqna.are gues,ts in the home of Mrs.'E. H: Grain; " . Miss Maurine Hicks" has returned from a week's visit .an Dallas. Mrs. Clarence Tripp and- son Clarence Jr.J of Corsicana are visiting her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. R H. Evers. ..' '" "••••Miss Mary Nell Jenkins spent Ihe past week-end in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. 'Richardson wcic vl51 ivi&-i2lC.•-v£i6 ^.^^CilfcCliIilSil j ftX* WE CLEAN YOUR UPHOLSTERY with an Eelectrolux machine, wash and lubricate yoin car, all for $1.50 Hopper-Blackburn Phone 16 1211 W. Hickory GRUE Theodore Roosevet was the youngest president of the United States to take office. Ke was 42 at the time. Gruen Fairfax $24.75 Gruen Victoria $29.75 Gruen Marquise $37.50 McCRAY'S JEWELRY STORE CANS, CANNING MATERIALS Lawn Mowers,.Water Hose, Ice Cream Freezer* TALIAFERRO & SON HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS Telephone 54 . . Dentoa, Texas BOCHUM, Westphalia, Genna- jy, Auf. 31.—(/P)—Aescucrs tore rantically at debris under huge spotlights tonight to save 290 men, •aught, in a rnine explosion. Six- een bodies had been recovered at 7 p. m. and 18 other miners were mind badly injured. '34 Ford Tudor Coach '34 Master Chevrolet 2-Door Touring Sedan '29 Chevrolet Coupe. '29 Ford Coupe DICKSON-HAMILTON MOTOR CO. LITCHFIELJX Minn., Aug. 31.— 7P)—Mafnus Johnson, former Unit?d States Senator, lost a littlfr pround during -the past 24 hours and today his p.onditioja,^as termed "not so favorable" as last Saturday/ He is suffering from pneumonia. State Convention .BEAUMONT. Aug. 31. as"',Legionnaires and their ladies miked' .pleasure and business today as they went into the second day of the annual state American Legion "convention! .'.'' ' Business sessions and committee reports' held their .attention during the'jnorning, after'which they were to either participate in or witness a _spe\;t£ucular street parade, a feature of the convention. A drum anc bugle corp contest was on the night CUT YOUR IRONING IN HALF The WILLIAMS STORE Ask about the Bicycle Contest starting soon; open to all boys between the ages of 8 and 14. Six prizes and a cash commission will be offered. v '.. . There ar e 330,000,000,000 feet of standing timber • in the state of .jyashington. Phone 52 or 444 STUNNING FALL HATS Fine quality, beautiful colors. TQM J.CPENNEYCQ YOU A$£ Invited "/. *•' to attend the JFormal opening of our new shop " THEM Mr, 6 TO 8P.M. *• ' - ; ^ ) FREE THEATER TICKETS TO THOSE >YJ^6 CALL BETWEEN THESE HOURS! VV'e are now located in the Paschall Building on- the northeast corner of square and will be pleased to have you see our new arrangements, and the many conveniences we have for you. JACQUES BEAUTY SHOP Paschall Bldg. Phone 1026 Only half the weight of the ordinary iron —the new HOTPOINT FEATHER WEIGHT IRON will cut your ironing efforts in half. Weight and pressure are not the prime requirements for satisfactory ironing. Steam generated by the 1000 watt CALROD unit which heats the iron "spitting" hot in a mere matter of.seconds, does the work of a heavier iron. The "FEATHERWEIGHT," a full size iron, weighs only 3 pounds; saves energy; irons faster; saves time; is fully automatic; saves money. It also has all the other Hotpoint advantages: Thumb Rest, Double Button Nooks, Heel Rest and 10,000 Cycle Cord. SEE IT! LIFT IT! AND YOU WILL WANT IT! Get this great new iron today! It costs but Tbe lowest priced light weight iron on ike market. King Radio Shop PHONE 351

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