Wise County Messenger from Decatur, Texas on July 30, 1953 · Page 10
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Wise County Messenger from Decatur, Texas · Page 10

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Thursday, July 30, 1953
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«53TTBp^»n g X nw W i It is always good economy to buy "branded'' sheets. "Cannon," the world's largest maker of fine quality sheets, assures you the utmost in value and satisfaction. Messenger, Decatur, Texas, Thursday, July 30, 1953 8 HD COUNCIL MET , Miss Thompson, JULY 17 IN ALL Mr. Hilton Wed DAY MEETING ¡Saturday, 18 th Miss Jessie Clondron, Wise County's new Home Demonstration agent was on hand and •Med very much to the enthut turn of the Council all day jBceting on Friday. July 17th. It is the wish of the Council President, Mrs. Guy Fortenbev- tj and the new agent that ail flormer clubs will become more interested in Home Demonstration work and be present at the monthly Council meetings. Also that new clubs organize and take full benefit of the leader-: •hip of the Home Demonstration agent provided from their tit mooey for all women in Wise County in rural communities. Rally Day will be for all clubs at the Reunion Grounds Friday, August 21st. Bring a picnic lunch and anything interesting for display. A Bake Sale will be held at Christian Furniture Store by the Council Saturday, August 8th. On the program beginning promptly at 10:00 a.m. will be • book review to be given by Mi«a Fortenberry from Slidell Bally Day. The marriage of Guinneth Thompson to Embry D. Hilton took place at 8:00 P.M. Saturday, July 18th in the Oak Grove Methodist Church with Rev. Aston Pollard reading the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Guinn Thompson and P.etha Hilton and the late .Joe Milton. Weddinu music was furnished by Fred Snips, pianist, and Mrs. ,‘a¡m-s Keith of Arlington who • sang - Through the Years” and “Always”. Alton Leo Cook, nephew of the bride groom and Charles Wilhite ushered. War- 1 r< n Thompson, nephew of the bride and Joe Hilton, nephew of the bride-groom lighted the candles. Glenda Hilton, neice of the bride-groom was flower girl. Don Culps of Fort Worth was i best man and Melvin Thompson, brother of the bride was g rooms man. Mrs. Don Culps was matron of honor and Mrs. Melvin Thompson, sister-in-law of the bride was bridesmatron. The Matron of honor wore a gown of yellow embroidered organdy. Her headdress was of a lace cloche sprinkled with pearls and rhinestones. She carried a white orchid on a white Bible. For Something old she attached under the cover of the Bible a $2,.50 gold coin more than one hundred years old that had once belonged to her grandmother. Miss Jo Ann Quisenberry registered the guests at the church. She wore a yellow organdy dress and a small white hat. After a short wedding trip to Hot Springs, Arkansas, the couple returned to Kaufman where Mr. Hilton is employed by the Soil Conservation Service. Mrs. Joe Billingsley of San Antonio is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brooks. Approaching Marriage Of Mliss Patterson Is Announced Air. and Mrs. Preston C. Patterson announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Patsy Ann Patterson to James Weldon Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs. ’William E. Evans, of McKinney, Texas. The wedding is planned for 7:30 p.m. September 7, in the First Methodist Church in Decatur. Miss Patterson is a graduate of Decatur High School, and her fiance is a graduate of Decatur Baptist College. Slidell HD Club Has Meeting by Moselle Rainey, club reporter The Slidell Home Demonstration Club met in the home of Claudia Good for its regular meeting on July 20th. Opal Fortenberry gave the Council Report. Maggie Sue Balthrop was elected as the clubs candidate as delegate to the Texas Home Demonstration Ass’n at Galveston. The club members planned an ice cream supper for their families and friends on Saturday night, July 25th. The hostess served refreshments to 10 members and five guests. Mrs. V. B. Atchison Sr. was welcomed as a new member. MC NEELY’S RETURN TO HOME AT PAMPA Mr. and Mrs. Clifton McNeely and twin sons Michael and Phillip have just returned to their home in Pampa, Texas. Mrs. McNeely and sons have been visiting in the home of Mrs. Albert McNeely, Greenwood, for the last month while Mr. McNeely finished his masters degree in Administrative Education at Texas Wesleyan College, Fort Worth, Texas. Mr. McNeely is head basketball coach of the Pampa Public School System. BAKE HALE A Bake Sale will be held Sat- READ THE ADS urday, August 1 by the Ladies Council of the First Christian Church. If you would like to have a special kind of cake or pie, please call Mrs. Ira Male? or Mrs. W. C. Shults. Have your dry cleaning picked up and delivered at no extra charge. Call 3641 anytime Prompt service Liberty Cleaners Decatur, Texas A short business meeting will be held in the afternoon. At that time the clubs will announce their nominees to the State Convention to be held in Galveston September 3<Uh to Oct. 2nd. 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