The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 9, 1960 · Page 18
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_M_2 THE PARIS NEWS, SUNDAY, OCT. 9, 1960 You've Got It By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: We were invited to wedding. The bride's parents wanted to put on a big show without spend i n g anything. They sent over 300 invitations for a wedding in a church that could seat only 100. More than half the people had to stand outside until they were exhausted. The reLx-ption was held in the church basement. There was a mob pushing and shoving so you couldn't even get near the refreshment table. Isn't that like inviting guests to your home and not having room for them at the table? We'd lil:e your opinion. STANDING GUEST DEAR GUEST: As for the ceremony — I wouldn't have stood for if. And as for .the reception, I wouldn't have stayed for it. DEAR ABBY: What can I do to keep a 21-year-old girl Cookin Is Fun LOVELY LADY TEA — Mrs. Fred Caddel, seated, was entertained Thursday afternoon at a tea given by the Garden Club of Paris at the home of Mrs. Joe Travis. Mrs. Caddel has been a member of the club for 27 years. Pictured with Mrs. Caddel are Mrs. C. M. Hill left, Garden Club of Paris president, and Mrs. Travis. (Paris News Staff Photo) Mrs. Fred Caddel Honored of Tea Mrs. Fred Caddel was honored by the Garden Club of Paris with e Lovely Lady Tea Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Joe Travis, 547 E. Price. Mrs. Caddel was honored for her long service as a member of the Garden Club. She has been a member of the club for 27 years. Hostesses for the Love 1 y Lady Tea were Mrs. Travis", Mrs. H. E. Morris, Mrs. L.M. Morphew. Mrs. Frank F u 1- ler and Mrs. Robert Armiger. The living room was decorated with an arrangement of autumn colored chrysant h e- murns in an Egyptian copper urn. Pink hisbiscus were placed at various points throughout the house. The refreshment table was LATE RECORDS 25 C Each Taktn From Our Juke Boxej PARIS MUSIC CO. 215 Grand Are. SU4-75G2 covered with an organdy and French lace cloth and c e n- tered with a large arrangement of white and yell o w chrysanthemums. An arrangement of lavender dahlias were featured on the register. The arrangements were constructed by Mrs. C. M. Hill. Garden Club of Paris president, and Mrs. Morphew. Receiving guests in the living room were Mrs. Caddel, Mrs. Travis, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Hoyle Barr and Mrs. L a w- rence Teague. Mrs. Frank Simmons and Mrs. Morphew poured t e a from the silver service placed at one end of the refreshment table. Other hostesses in the dining room were Mrs. Herbert Armiger, Mrs. Robert Cox, Mrs. A. M. Aikin, Jr.. Mrs. Jim Sharp and Mrs. A.C. Bor.ham. Mrs. William Fitzpatrick and Mrs. 0. W. Robinson presided at the register. Teas in honor of long-time members of garden cl u bs were started by the Jerriatic Committee of the Texas Federation of Garden Clubs. Pendleton*49'ers°are in! Skirts'n' 'Sweaters to Mix'n' Match Rally 'round the colors, girls! You'll have the time of your lives choosing your new Pendleton Pairables. Whafll you have? Bright shades? Burnished ones? Muted tones? Warm neutrals? They're all here in new weaves and textures; in new plaids, tartans, herringbones and solids. All pure virgin wool Pendletons you can pick and pair with complete confidence in .their color coordination. 49'er jacket (shown), S17.95; other*, 10-20, to $22.95 Panel Pleat skirl, 10-18, $14.95 Turtlcneck slipover sweater, 34-42, $8.95 L.O. MAMMONS MEN'S STORE 27 L A M A R Methodist Guild Hears Devotional "The Word of the Lord Abides" was the title for the devotion given last week by Miss Verlinda Yates at a meeting of Sarah Anna Guild of First Methodist Church. The Guild met at the home of Mrs. Stanley Williams, 2*50- 7th SW. Mrs. Dewey Miller gave the second mission lesson, "One World—One Mission." M r s. :Vell Martin brought a discussion on "Christianity—A World Faith" and "The Church in the World." Mrs. Herbert Bland presented a talk on Community and Disunity." Mrs. J. R. White gave a paper on "New Nations and Old Problems" and Mrs. Bess Lehnhoff presented "What Is A Missionary" and "Are Missionaries Necessary?" Refreshments were served to 24 members with Mrs. 0. W. Woodard, coordinator, attending. Next meeting will be October 12 at the home of Mrs. W. H. Ingram, 1624 N. Main St.. hostess, with Mrs. Henry Scott, co-hostess. Rolls left over? Freshen them in a hot (400 degrees) oven for 5 to 7 minutes. Serve at once. By Cecily Brownilon* SUNDAY NIGHT-SUPPER Fine flavor combination. Tomato-Rice Soup Fish Souffle with Mushroom Sauce Salad Bowl Bread T raj- Layer Cake Beverage FISH SOUFFLE WITH MUSHROOM SAUCE Ingredients: 3 tablespoons butter, 3 tablespoons flour. 1 cup milk, 4 eggs (separated!, 1 cup flaked cooked fish, '2 cup minced cooked vegetables, 2 tablespoons minced parsley, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, Vi teaspoon salt, pepper. Method: Make a white sauce of the butter, flour and milk in a 1-quart saucepan. Beat egg yolks until thick and lemon- colored; stir in hot white sauce- return to saucepan; cook and stir over low heat -a few minutes. Remove from heat; stir in fish, cooked veget a b 1 e s, parsley, lemon juice, salt and dash of pepper With clean beater, beat egg whites until stiff enough to hold straight peaks; fold into sauce mixture. Turn into a greased IVj-quart casserole (about 8 by 3 inches with straight sides 1. Bake in moderate (375 degrees' oven 30 to 35 minutes, until puffed and golden brown. Serve at once. Makes 4 servings. AJushroom Sauce; Drain a 3- ounce can of sliced m u s h- rooms; add enough milk to the liquid to make 1 cup. Make a white sauce with IVz tablespoons each butter and flour and the milk mixture, adding 1 tablespoon dry onioiisoup mix (just as it comes from package). Add drained mushrooms, salt and pepper to taste; reheat. from ruining her reputation by hanging around a gasoline station? There are nothing but married men there and people are talking. She says she goes there often to keep her car in good condition, but she stays for hours. How can I put a stop to it? HER MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: Let her know that while I'cr automobile is in good condition, her .reputation is falling apart. DEAR ABBY: We married young and don't have ninny material things although \ve both conic froiii nice families and are used to much more. We have three children, 6, 5 and 3. I have no help and do the best I can. Lately my husband has become very fussy about things I consider trivial and unimportant. Example; Lost night I sel the table without a table cloth or place mats. He likes green onions and .since h e was the only one eating lliem, ! washed a few and placed them beside his plate. He said the least 1 could do was to put them on a plate. 1 said lie was ma kins something out of nothing. He snir* ho wants the children io learn how to do things properly. 1 s-ay setting a forma! fable is wasted on young children. It caused a real row. Was he richt'.' TRYING HARD DEAR'TRYING: Try a lit- tin harder. Attractive pi a c e mats can be bought ai the fivo and dime. Serving vegetables on a plate can hardly he called "formal service". It's \vell worth the extra rf- fort if it pleases your husband. CONFIDENTIAL TO STEWARDESS IN A QUANDARY: If you can't say yes, say no—but do. 't keep a nice guy like (lie pilot in mid-air forever. TO WED—Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Walker, 221-3rd NE, announce (he approaching marriage of Ethel Leme Thompson, daughter of Mrs. Walker and the late Barney Thompson, to Donald Wayne Thompson, son of Mrs. Lula Mae Thompson, Rt. 2, and the late Walter Thompson. The ceremony will be performed November 26 at 7:30 p. m. in Lamar Avenue Church of Christ. GET YOUR COPY OF by Nancy Palmer Poteet 5 AT The Paris News OR Cawthon's • Maverick • Black AAAA's to B's .. not a is a QOK f SPECIAL PRICED SHORT TIM'E ONLY AAAA's to B's $999 • Green . Gray DELTA SUEDE • Brown THE STORY OF OUR NEW LINE The ultimate aim of our Smartaire line is FASHION ... for the woman who seeks variety—likes to accessorize many outfits. From flatties to spiraling heels, she need not fuss about which to buy ... the price says she can have them all! $999 AAAA's - B's SPECIAL PRICED SHORT TIME ONLY Black • Brown SHOE STORE We Give Gold Bond Stamps news of new at Spangler's U seemed last week as if the freight man was coming every hour on tho hour. Shipping cnses were piled high. Much is unpacked now, ready for you to see. french provincial clocks From Syrocco came new clocks, Some in charming new French Provinc«l finishes and designs, with matching sconces and plaques— making possible interesting wall groupings. Even the prices are refreshing. Included were 8-day clocks that eliminate the need of having an electric outlet at the right spot. Martex kitchen groupings In coming issues of the magazines, you will soon see in full color Martex advertising of correlated kitchen towels . . , so useful in decorating that room. One of these schemes is shown in our window today . . soft shades of old lavender, green and rose. Solid color or figured Dry-Me- Dry towels, a Greek key motU on the new terry towel, with a pot holder done to match it. The entire ensemble of 4 pieces, only S2.42. bath shop taking form The bathroom, formerly a room lhal remained behind closed doors, now is often the room you want to show first. Spangler's arc adding new decorative items for the bath. Already in. arc new Martex shower curtains . . , exactly matching the Martex Sovereign and Petit te towels we carry- Also in, Is an extencted line of towel bars, towel rings, tissue holders, tumbler holders, clothing hook.s, etc. Fostoria heirloom accent pieces Almost any room is more effective wilh a proper accent. Some one thing, some one grouping that catches your eye first . . somuthmg that does for the room what seasoning does for food. Perhaps there arc rooms that could not use a piece of Fostoria Heirloom glassware. It is not made in every color . . . although it comes in seven of the season's newest shades-" bittersweet, blue, green, opal, yellow, pink and rubj;. The series includes epergnes, candle vases, flower bowls, pitchers, and many smaller pieces. Certainly plenty of rooms can use Fostoria Heirloom The new shipment is a joy to see ! Russell Stover candy shipments each week To keep Russell Stover chocolates nice and fresh, we try to have shipments come out each week. Another shipment is due Monday. Christmas shipment Westmoreland milk glass arrives Included is their magnificent 15 piece punch bowl set—S35, and worth every' penny of It. And 8 other beautiful Westmoreland pieces . . . several in Paris for the first time This orc)er was placed in early July . . . when these pieces are sold it will be too late to order more for Christmas. cookie jars to intrigue the kiddies See the new shipment in our window today. Big apples, apple barrel, Pinocchio, pretzel barrel, squirrel on pine cone, lamb that blenls when someone raises the lid to snitch a cookie. In the same shipment is n grouping of novel serving pieces . . . cabbage leaves and red tomatoes . . . ceramic but prettier than the real thing. Also shown in the window today fine initialed deskware Pen-sets, desk calendars, book ends, ash trays ... in bronze or gold, personalized with Initials. New shipment. WEST SIDE PLAZA

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