Denton Record-Chronicle from Denton, Texas on October 17, 1954 · Page 15
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T H E D E N T O N R E C O R D - C H R O N I C t E 8BCTION TWO-PA6B TMMMM Miss Janette Godwin To Wed Edward M. Gay Nov. 27 Here Mrs. Florence Godwin, 919 W. Chestnut, announces the engage* ment and approaching marriage of her daughter, Miss Janette Todd Godwin, to Mr. Edward M. Gay, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gay of Justin. The wedding will take place the afternoon of Nov. 27 at Cole Chapel, First Methodist Church. The Rev. Danny Jones, pastor of Justin Methodist Church, will perform the double-ring ceremony. Paul Godwin will give his sister in marriage. Gwen Mulkey of Denton will be organist. Miss Godwin has chosen Miss Ola Faye Hooten of Denton to be maid of honor, and O'San Neely of Justin will serve as best man. MISS JANETTE TODD GODWIN Special to the Record-Chronicle FRISCO -- Mrs. E. J. Spauld kg and Mrs. R. K. Hill were hostesses recently to an all-day quilting of the Busy Bee Club at the home of Mrs. Sapulding. A covered-dish luncheon was ser- ed to the members present. They were Mrs. W. L. Barns, Mts. J. W. Witt, Mrs. B. F. Shoulders, Mrs. Laura Haun, Mrs. J. C. Thomas, Mrs. Cecil Venable, Mrs. W. F. Reynolds, Mrs. Roy Coulter. Guests were Miss LUHe Bruce of Denton and Miss Verna Can^ trell and Miss Lou Waggoner of Frisco. Time to start getting rid of Grubs (Ox- Warble) in your cattle. We have complete line of Farnham and T-H Sprays and dusts in all sizes to fit your individual needs. We carry complete lines df Veterinary Supplies and Equipment including the new long lasting Penicillin (6 to 10 days - 1 injection) of Wyeth Laboratories. We have a complete line of vaccines by 0. M. Franklin Serum Co. Come by and let us help you with livestock problems at Harpool Seed House. HARPOOL SEED HOUSE City Garden Club To'Entertain With Denton Garden Club will entertain with a guest day luncheon Monday at 12:15 p.m. in Hubbard Hall. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ray Moore, Mrs. D. T. McClendon, Mrs. Stanley A. Munson, Mrs. Alonzo Davis, Mrs. J. Wilbur Smith, Mrs. Joe S. Wilson, Mrs. J. David Thomas and Mrs. Sheldon B. Graham. Special guests will be Mrs. Howard Kittel of Fort Worth, governor of District 2; Mrs. Harry Farber, president of Denton Council of Garden Clubs, and officers of other Denton garden clubs. Irwin Bailey will speak on "Native Plants"--plants adapted to North Texas gardens, and Mrs. Thomas will- present a wild flower arrangement. Gardens of the Month will be discussed by the yearbook committee. Dr. H. J. Friedsam, head of the NTSC department of economics and sociology, will speak to the Denton Unitarian Fellowship Sunday at 6:30 p.m. in the home of Dr. and Mrs. David Morris, 1005 Ave C. Dr. Friedsam will speak on "Segregation--The Supreme Court Decision, Precedents, implication." Dinner will also be served at the meeting. Holds Meeting Tie newly-organized alumnae of Alpha Delta Pbi met recently at the home of Mrs. Doyle Chrisman, 1413 Btoadway, with Mrs. W. A. Merritt, president, conducting the business session. Other officers are Mrs. C. H. Poole, vice president; Mrs. Lloyd Cole, treasurer, and Mrs. Chrisman, secretary. This group plans to wotk in cooperation with the active Alpha Delta Phi chapter at NTSC. The next meeting will be held at Chilton Hall on Oct. 28. Refreshments were serveed to 10 members. Doctors Recommend Propr-bilt Shoes designed with extra quality features for firm support of growing feet $5.95 to $7.95 Doctors recommend Propr-bilt shoes because they know these shoes are designed and constructed especially for children. Mothers like the way they stand rough wear and children really go for their smart style. Here are the special features that help protect your child's feet: · Patented wedge insert under the arch. · A heel longer and higher on the inside for walking comfort. · Long left and right counters. · Wide steel shank for maximum support. · Special lasts designed for complete foot comfort. · Top quality Goodyear welt construction. NATIONAL BUSINESS WOMEN'S WEEK OCT. 10-17 Sizes 8 T /2 to 12 $7.95 Sizes 12'2 to 3 $8.95 N. SIDE SQUARE Miss Ann Patterson and Miss Ann Cantrell, both of Denton, will be candlelighteVs. Ushers will be Don Gay, brother of the bridegroom-to-be, and Ray Henderson, both of Justin, Miss Godwin is a mid-term graduate of Denton High School, and her fiance attended Justin High School. Is Work, Study Club Speaker Mrs. Helen Wright spoke on floral arrangements at a meeting of the Work and Study Club at the home of Mrs. Herman 0. Sims, 330 Ponder. Mrs. Wright illustrated her lecture with dried materials that could be used for living room and table decorations. She stressed the fact that the most decorative arrangements could be made from simple things of nature such as grasses, leaves and cotton burrs sprayed with a silver, gold or other paints. A short business session was conducted by the president, Mrs. J. C. Goodner, Roll Call was answered by "My favorite artist." Present were 15 members and one guest, Mrs. W. L. Lowry. Named Winner In National Program Mrs. August Schluter of Krum has been named one 'of four state winners in the National 4-H Alumni Recognition program. Announe- ment was made by Floyd Lynch, state 4-H Club leader. "Some of the experiences which have helped me to have a full, happy life are the services I have been able to render to others. I love young people and do my best to help them every time I have an occasion to do so," explains Mrs. Schluter. Remembering how she loved to attend parties as a teenager, Mrs. Schluter always has her home open to the young people and helps them plan their parties. Her husband shares in her work and plans activities. Mrs. Schluter is adult leader of the Krum Junior Girls 4-H Club. She is president of the P-TA for the second time now, has been an officer for 12 years, and was president of the County Parent-Teacher Council in 1950-52. In her second term as president of t he Federated Club, the busy citizen has taught Sunday School for 12 years and has been a room mother at school for 12 years. An outstanding 4-H Club girl when she was a child, Mrs. Schluter has served four years as president of her home demonstration club and two years as County Council chairman. Her 4-H Club members have won many state tional honors under her guidance, guidance. Shakespeare's Literature Group Begins Course Of Study At Meet The Literature Department of the Woman's Shakespeare Club introduced tfie year's course of study, "Our Northern Neighbors," at the initial meeting of the year at Marquis Hall. Mrs. H. 0. Harris, program chairman, gave preliminary remarks relative to the study, and presented Mrs. George Welch, who reviewed "Alaska" by Colby. Roll call was answered by naming industries of Alaska. Miss Bessie Shook, chairman, presided during the business session, and Mrs. Ben Boyd gave a repo*rt on the Second District meeting in Dallas. A report was also heard on the City Federation meeting by Mrs. Eli P. Cox Sr. Present were 27 members and four guests, Mrs. Betty Huffines, Mrs. A. Tried and Mrs. Lorayne Gambill, all of Denton, and Mrs. W. F. Shelton of Fort Worth. TSCWAMinnae Association To Sponsor Band The Denton chapter of the TSCW Alumnae Association will again sponsor the Tessieland Band this year. The group sponsored the band last year for the first time and helped support band activities on the campus as "band mothers." Ten states other than Texas are included in the band roster including Alabama, Arizona, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Tennessee. Cjmmittee members appointed this week to work with the band are Mrs. Joe Brooks and Mrs. W. M. Neale. Mrs. Paul Hamilton is president of the qhapter. Uniforms adopted this year are jumper-style with white long-sleeved blouses and airline hostess type hats. The band has received an invitation to represent Denton and TSCW in an appearance at the State Fair Oct. 21. The 60-piece band is planning a student assembly and a concert for the meeting of the Texas Federation of Music Clubs on the TSCW campus next month. Miss Shook and Miss Mattie Ella Cravens- were hostesses for the meeting, and during the social hour Mrs. C. N. Adkisson and Mrs. W. H. Ciark presided at the tea table. Next meeting of the department will be Oct. 28 at the home of Mrs. Carl Compton, with Mrs. S. M. Compton as co-hostess. Mrs. hester sutrickland will reviwCe Chester Strickland will review "Rugged Land of Gold" by Martin. Mrs. Minor Hosts Art Group Meet Mrs. Fred Minor, 1702 W. Oak, was hostess for the first meeting this year of the" Art Department of the Ariel Club. Mrs. Clayton Davis, program chairman, introduced the spieak- er Mrs. L. B. Reavis, whose subject .was "American Democracy, Our Most Treasured Heritage." During the business session, projects for the year were submitted for consideration and adoption by members, and reports were made by committee chairmen. Guests introduced were Mrs. Paul Willaimson, Mrs. John Guinn, Mrs. Freeman Rowell, Mrs. Oran Bell, Mrs. Wayne Thornton, Mrs. R. W. Bass, Mrs. H. L. Druce, Mrs. Judson Sinclair, Mrs. Royce Whitten and Mrs. Herbert Decker. Varied Study J Entertains With The opening 1 fall meeting of the Varied Study Department of the Ariel Club was held this week at Hubbard Hall with a luncheon- program. Mrs. J. E. Savage, department chairman, greeted members and introduced speci?! guests of the club who were Mrs. Royal C. Wood, president of the Ariel Club; Mrs. Joe S. Wilson, president of City Federation and Miss Sarah Puddy of TSCW. Other guests ware Mrs. Herschel Kornblatt, Mrs. Martin Kornblatt, Mrs. Gordon Maddox, Mrs. Oran Bell, Mrs. Ed Williams, Mrs. H. C. Amos, Mrs. Grant Ferguson, Mrs. Edward Hess, Mrs. F. W. Cothern, Mrs. Eddie Williams, Mts. Herbert Decker, Mrs. James Dougherty, Mrs. Bert Davis, Mrs. George Hinkle; Mrs. Tom Patterson, Mrs. Riley Cross, Mrs. E. S. McAfee, Mrs. Pat Roberts, Mrs. W. A. Remley, Mrs. James Webb, Prosper Church Schedules Revival Rsv. A. C. Evans of the Prosper Presbyterian Church announces this week that a revival will be held in his church beginning today. Pastor for the revival, will be the Rev. John Marvin of the First Presbyterian Church, USA, of Denton. Rev. Prentice Barnett, associate pastor in the Denton church, will also speak in the revival. ^'Services will last one week- through the 24ta of October," Rev. Evans said this week- No day services will be held. Evening services will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the church in Prosper. Of Ariel Luncheon Mrs. WUburn Pearson, Miss Tom mie Noel, Jflrs. Leo Miller of Am arDlo, and Mrs. Carl Degan and Mrs. Mack Bogard, both of Lewisville. Mrs. Savage also introduced other officers of the department who are Mrs. Albert Wyss, vice president; Mrs. Lyle Montgomery, secretary, and Mis John C. Storrie, treasurer. The program was introduced by Mrs. Thomas Noel, committee chairman. Mrs. Ben Ivey, accompanied by Mrs. Standlee Roberts, pianist, sang the following songs which were popular in-musical hits in the designated years: "Para- d i s e"-- 1932, "Ramona"-- 1928, "Over the Rainbow"- 1929 and "Can't Help Loving That'.Man*' -1927. A comedy review of "It All Started with Columbus" by Richard Armour was presented by Mrs. Joe Kimbrough. Twenty-three members of the department were present. Next meeting will be Oct. 25 with Mrs. Doris Buck and Mrs Lee Preston as hostesses. A panel discussion "Personalities in the news of today 11 will be presented. Mrs. William G.. Woods will be moderator, and panel members will be .Mrs. R. V. Holland, Mrs. j. L. Burks, Mrs. Savage and Mrs. James F; Degan. Baptist Meeting FRISCO - Ifct »*?. B. C. Houiewrifht, Kn. Bern Wht and Miss Donna Sayt attawW tke Collin County Baptist Worker* Conference at the Foot Baptist Chorea last week. Rev. Mr. Housewrlght Is pastor of the Frisco First Baptist Church. General Sheet Metal Work Guttering - Spouts Ventilators DENTON Roofing Metol Wk§. 125 E. 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