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Denton Record-Chronicle from Denton, Texas • Page 6

Denton, Texas
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PAGI SIX 1) 0 0 11 0 I MRS. BILLY Billy Jameson And His Bride Home In Deealur ADA PERRITT. W. KEELAND TO UK MARRIED IN DENTON Mr. and James R.

Pcrritt ol Silsbee have announced the approaching marriage of their daughter. Ada Dolores, (o William David Kceland, son of Mrs, Allie KeelaxJ of K15 W. Hickory ia Denton. Miss Perritt is a nursing major at TWU and Keeland ij employed by the North Texas Tank Co. The couple is to be married Nov.

2i at the First Methodist Church in Denton. Age Of Coin Doesn't Mean It's Valuable, Club Told AcoJicollectiorUcalledanum-, Miss Tempie Shumalter Dr. J. Harold Farmer, 'eluded the program by singirg of the Student Union at "One Kiss." aaJ "Semprelibre" ismatist, director XTSU toW members of the Fine'from "La 'Semprelibi Traviati." She was ALVORD iSpc-cial) Mr. 1 5 Department of the Woman's by Cecilia Knor.

Mrs. Eillv Jameson are -d home Club. During the meeting it was in Decatur. The couple was married Oct. at the First Methodist Church in Decatur.

But in spite of the title. coin that the club will K(! ater uas to the ra P'oyd in Dcnto collecting is fun, and it's educa- Duel's support tothe City Coun-; TEL cf the ris Ba 5 I I I i i fflf I Wednesday, Novemlxr 14, Vivian Hix, Jimmy Enlow To Be Wed WOMEN'S ACTIVITY CALENDAR flllRSDAY Paotrama Departmtnt ol Uve Mr. and Mrs. M. jfe f.j burgh.

1211 Dover have the approaching marriage Woman's Shakespeare Club meets Thursday at 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Douglas Harrison, 1115 Edin- their' daughter Vivian Marie, to Jimmy Lewis Enlow. son of Mr. and Mrs.

W. L. Enlow of Sanger. The couple is to be married Nov. 21 st the home of the bride- elect's parents.

The Rev. M. L. Rhodes is (o officiate. The bride elect is a graduate of DMtcn High School and is a student at NTSU.

The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of San- The TIYU Alumnae Association lert. 1800 Linden. Mrs. Harlan McN'att will present a program on Christmas gift wrapping. The Cay Gardeners Club meet Thursday at 9:30 ajn.

at the home of Mrs. F. R. Boydston, 1203 Hopkins, with Mrs. Joe Sharer as cfrhoslcss.

Jack Baker, Denton (lorUt, will present a program about Christmas arrangements entitled "The Master's Touch." Pennsylvania produced 60 million tons of bituminous coal la 1937. meets Thursday at 7 p.m. st Hubbard The TWU University Choir and the Modern Dance Club will perfwm. Tie Kief I Ire Study Depart mml of the Women's Shakespeare club will meet Thursday at p.m. in the home of Mrs.

0. M. King. 1217 N. Kim.

with Mrs. E. D. Traster as coJiostess. Mrs.

Eli P. Cox will present the program on friendship. The Modern Art Department of! ger High School and Women's Shakespeare Clubj FRISCO 'Special) Mrs. Hat- Ca Junior College, lie is I will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. IQDTdYfti in nn i too.

he added. The ua Nursery for its in j. fr The bride is the former Miss i mct at MarquSs Hall Thursday. ii Bu project night a was by lio.Hinan- Chancellor diughter of! Dr. Ir'armer said he began hisi man L.

Stone. c.f Mrs. C. A. Chancellor of Alf hobby of collecting coins 16 years' Ime A Xa Max 1 Decorritions reflected the Yord.

She is a graduate of Al- ago when his son was a' and ct le T. Cobb were giving motif. i vord High Scbcwl. The project was a joint i Sr teSK i rr lin S- Mrs. Joe Pearson presided at, is Ihe son c.f Mr.

sad Mrs Quests were Mrs. Joe I'ate and the business meeting. Mrs. Jameson of Decatur. lie displayed his mounted '''1 MlC)ra? jrook? led the devotional.

The bride vore a gown design- of coins, bonds and bills, fdviihascoopnc-cldineandbrac-; 81 fc Iafest collection, A i let length sleeves. The 6 frcm 1S3 countries'JvCllI designed bodice was accented byi hls 8 bodice bow. and the gored princess front psnt-11 extended into fullness formed by impressed pleats. The dome shaped skirt was waltz- lenzth. He said the value of a coin not (Jeterraiced from its age.

but from its rarity and ctradition. The very fir.e coin is in almost as good condition as an uncir- Story Puts Family Life Above Career Xo of glamour, success In 1SS3 she married Alfred uncir- 'n a or business can take Sieele. president of the Pepsi-Cola Miss Inez Frye of Alvord and culat ccin. A fire coin may be the plsce of love, home and chil- Corporation: after his deith shei Bill Hand of Chlco were the couple's attendants. Sin And Law Are Discussed worn on tie edges, but still has a clear date.

A very good coin is quite worn but readable. An uncirculated coin is an or-i dren a woman's life affirms 'was asked to iake a place on the 1 Joan Crauford in her recent auto-! board of her husband's biosraphy. "A Portrait of Joan." is cow the company's off'i- Mrs. Lee Preston reviewed the cial hostess. dinary coin but has r.ever been! autobiography at a meeting of At 5 i.

Joan Crasford used A proof is a com mad Varied Study Department of ri "I'm interested in Ihepwt- for collectors. Ariel Club at Marquis Halll en u-o future in trv i cnl Iutur 'n won-- Mrs derfully a i life as moth- as much as Sj.l said Dr. which are more er. actress and business woman." PROSPER UsWdifficult to cbiaYn than MissCrawford co-starswith Beten "Sin ar.d Law" ucre vhich are rf-! fT WU TM' 1 a tfce What worth only cent.

Fay LaSLCllr 500a re Kvcr Happened To Baby Jane." named Joon Crawford became Mrs. li. G. Shands. chairman, star in Hollywood appoinled Mmes.

Thomas E. Noel. td during the meeting of the Wo-i man's Association of the Prosper The to'd of the "riril to.d of the civil ar" each Christian has in living the righteous life and eiplained proper environment, association and church attendance help to strengthen Christian beliefs. had Juch a short Special'ev- a Small tnongh to render personalized Nichols Ins. attard can also be geography teachers, I.V BOWIE HOSPITAL wvete a to sene on the hcr portrayal of the committee.

Mmes. W. F. title role in "Mildred Pierce." Hamilton. Ben C.

Key and H. Miss Crawford was married to Douglas Fairbanks Franchct Kdward Smith were named as a committee for the department's Tone, and Phillip Tern-, but eachiChristmas charity. ALVORD (Special; Mrs. Una marriage ended in divorce. Vn-1 Guests were Mmes.

G. 0. Slau- O'Brien is recovering from surgery last week in Bowie Hospit- able to have children of her own.ighler. T. R.

Garrott, J. W. Hob- she adopted and reared three chil-! son. W. W.

King. Ed J. dren. (Hams and Ray Chapman. announcing 1962 Parade of Homes NOVEMBER 17 thru 25 SEE HOMES BUILT BY THESE DENTON BUILDERS: 8 1 Harry Downs Cleormon Cogdell Edwordi 6 Curik Frank Davis W.

Kremsr W. P. Davis Rtd Parker Antone P. Roposo $500 CASH WILL BE GIVEN AWAY! AND 50 OTHER PRIZES REGISTER AT ONE OR ALL 12 HOUSES FOR AN OPPORTUNITY TO WIN THE CASH PRIZES OR ONE OF THE 50 SPECIAL PRIZES the Parade of Homes is a project of the HOMEBUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF DENTON COUNTY The Smart Understated Look CASUAL CLOTHES AT A REDUCTION OF The Clothes Tree 2203 ROBINWOOD IANE HOURS: P.M. DAILY The TALK of Your PARTY They'll go home delighted and dazzled over youf new TREAT TREE DAISY DELIGHT by Jcndel Gytfal radiont, thij versolile tportling new Treat Tree lerves oil occojioni-cokej-cookiei, condies, hos d'oeuvrei end lovely with flower faces.

Daisy DeCght happy handsome hostess appointment for bridge, ihoweis, children's parties, every QR occasion. VOERTMAN'S THREE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 1314 WEST OAK DENTON CENTER 1419 OAKIAND MEET THE CELEBRITIES OF THE PANTS WORLD JUNIOR Sites 5 to 15 REGULAR Sizei to 18 The jporting look hoj returned end ponlj hove a new tailored daih that put. in the perfectionist clan. Currently in collectori' choice ond wonderful cross-section of the nsw. moVing pot- terns ond fabrics in rich Autumn (ones ond fresh, new winter poslels.

Pure flannels, collar, suedes, slrelch weaves, velveteens, winter collonj, corduroys, knit ond sweal thirl knit tottoni. All in the brandi you favor Evan Picone, Bernard Allman, Mr. Thomson, Garland, Pants International, Petti, Thermo- lat and Stockton. $3.98 to $16.98.

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