The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 9, 1960 · Page 23
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paris in the fall By Margie Miss Suzanne Morgan, daughter of Mr- and Mrs. Claud E. Morgan, now of Pahokee, Fla., Inis pledged Delta Delia Delta at llio University of Florida. Miss Morgan, also the granddaughter of Mrs. Claud Morgan and Mrs. Susie Blair, and niece of Mrs. Lelan R. WiLsford, visited in Pan's last summer and was a popular member of (he younger social set. Mr. jind Mrs. Morgan P. Johnson returned home last weekend from a seven week's stay In Colorado, In Colorado Springs, they visited Airs. Johnson's sister and in Littleton with their daughter, Mrs. Otis B. llockei and Mr. J locker. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grisson of Abilene are here for their weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pridcaux, Jr. Their grandson, Brannin Pri- deatix, will return to Abilene with them for a week's visit. Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Filzpalrick were in Dallas lor a two-clay visit last week with her .sister, Mrs. Paul Bennett, and to see the twin boys born September 3l)lli to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stanley Woodruff. Mrs. Woodruff was formerly Miss LcLitia Bennett. The Paul Bennett family ziro former long time residents of Paris. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coleman of AmarJllo arrived last Friday for a 10-day visit with her mother, Mrs. G. F. Thornhill, and members of Mrs. Coleman's family. Four year old Miss Larkin Watson, of Tyler, has been the week's guest of her grandparents, Mr. rind Mrs. Jess B. Ali'ord. Mis, J. Fernandez, who makes her home in Paris, with her daughter and son-in-law.' Mr. mid Mrs. H. L. Reed, is visiting now in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. She will visit bier in New York before going to Miami, Florida, to spend the winter months. Miss Mary Ann Hose, enroute from a visit in Houston to her home in Washington, D. C., is the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. L5p- seomb. Miss Rose handles the Public Relations duties in Washington for the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Squibb, Jr., of Dallas, are hero lor the week end with her mother. Mrs. John Arch Stephens. Mrs. J. B. Goodlier of McKinney and Mrs. Curl Lane, of Richurdson, were guests last Sunday of Mrs. Dudley Hubbarci. Accompanying them to Paris for the d;>y with Mrs. A. G. Maysc was her sister, .Mis. Isaac Crouch and daughter, Miss Joyce Crouch, also of McKinney. THIS IS ALWAVS one of Ihe biggest football weekends of (he fall season. With the opening ol The Slate Fair of Texas and the annual University o f Texas-University o f Oklahoma game, the crowds pour into Dallas. Among Parisians who attended the game were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Jeif Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hyde, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Denman. Dr. and Mrs. Courtney Townsend, Mrs. Howard Snowdcn. with her son Robert Snowden, of Dcnison. Also Dr. and Mrs. Donald Lewis who were joined for the game, by Mr. and Mrs. George E. Cire, of Houston. BRIDGE CLUBS are getting back on a f a 11 schedule of meetings. Among hostesses l-jst week for their particular clubs were Mrs. B. M. Felly, Mrs. Lawrence Mann, Mrs. Houston Harrison, and Mrs. W. P. Denman. Mrs. Felty entertained the Tuesday Dessert Club at the Nicholson House on Tuesday. Present for the meeting were Mrs. Kenneth Ewing, Mrs. Roy Anderson, Mrs. Robert Pierson, Mrs. Charles Neeley, Mrs. Harry Lawler, Mrs. Blake Moore, and Mrs. Don Rhodes. Also on Tuesday, Mrs. Mann entertained (he 10:30 to 3:30 Luncheon Bridge Club.' GuesLs for the meeting, in the Executive Room of Holiday Inn, were Mrs. 0. D. Amis, Jr., Mrs. Houston Harrison, and Mrs. Don Riddle. Members present were Mrs. David Miesch, Mrs. Homer Thornton, Mrs. J. L, Prideaux, Jr., and Mrs. Jack Thompson. Wednesday and Friday found Mrs, Harrison hostess lo the 10 to 3 informal Hamburger-Dessert club. Guest.s in the hostess' home were Mrs. Jeff Howard, Mrs. J. W. Harrison, and Mrs. Biil R. Ware!. Members present were Mrs. Donald Lewis, Mrs. Jim Sammons, Mrs. Jim B. Sharp and Mrs. Don Riddle. On Friday, also at home, Mrs. Harrison entertained the Dessert club with Mrs. S. L. Weiler a guest and these members: Mrs. W. H. Ayres, Jr., Mrs. J. W. Harrison, Mrs. Jeff Howard, Mrs. Don McLaughlin, .Mrs. Bok Kimball, and Mrs. Don Riddle. In the Executive Room at the Holiday Inn, on Friday, Mrs. Denman entertained t h e Lou Hubbard Luncheon Bridge club, The following members were present: Mrs. C. D. Barker, Mrs. A. L. Brown, Jr., Mrs. N. L. Barker, Mrs. M. A. Walker, Mrs. Hubert Kennemer, Mrs. Robert Shirley. And last night at home, Mr. and Mrs, Hubert Kennemer were hosts lo the Satur day night Dessert club. Attending the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Denman, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shirley, and Dr. and Mrs. N. L, Barker. HONORING MISS MARY EVELYN WALK- EK, who was married Saturday to Bill Whilsell, of New Orleans, a luncheon was given last Wednesday by Mrs. Pete Hindman. The table, in the private dining room at Paris Golf and Country Club, was laid with while linen damask. Centering the table was a crystal bowl holding blue and while asters. Silver candle- slicks with white tapers completed the table decorations. The guest list was composed of Ihe bride's mother, Mrs. W. E. Walker, and her twc grandmothers, Mrs. D. 13. Neely, ol Bonham, and Mrs. R. A. Walker, of Abilene, and Mrs. Melvile Nesbit, Mrs. Frank Fuller, Mrs. C. H. Barr, Mrs. S. A. Ward, Miss Lucile Reeves, Mrs. Walter Bassano, Mrs. R.S. Morphew, Miss Calhryn Walker, and Miss Jean Smith, Dallas. The hostess presented Miss Walker with a gift of silver. Out of town guesls in Paris for Ihe wedding yesterday afternoon, in addition to Mrs. Necly and Mrs. Walker, were Mr. and Mrs. c: 0. Patterson and Miss Sally Patterson of Lawn, Mrs. J. F- Kincannon, of Ehnhurst, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Antlers, Okla., and from Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shurtleff, Mrs. Joe McAllister, Mrs. T. P. Walker, Dr. and Mrs. C. N. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. John Richards. THE JUNIOR COTILLION held its second meeting last Monday. Hostesses at the Parish House of Holy Cross Church Episcopal where Ihe dancing classes convene, were Mrs. George T. Wright, Mrs. Frank Fuller, Mrs. J. L. Prideaux, Jr., Mrs. T. M. Hagood, Jr., and Mrs. Jim B. Sharp. The refreshment table, arranged by Mrs. Hardy Moore, was covered in white linen damask and centered with a large Lazy Susan filled with waxy green foli age. Placed in the center of the foliage was a gold bird cage with a mechanical singing bird. Flanking the arrangement were tall single brass candlesticks with white candles. A large round brass platter held cookies. At each end of the long table were crystal punch bowls. The three age groups of girls and boys attended between the different hours from 4:15 to 8:30 p.m, THE THEME "HARVEST MOON BALL". set the mood for the dinner dance given last night by the Carousel Club. Hostesses for the black ite affair at Paris Golf and Country Club, were Mrs. V. C. Ambler, Mrs. George Scrur, and Mrs. William Ragan. The bare, polished surface of the buffet table was background for a very large brass platter filled with yellow and bronze mums and green foliage. A pair of seven-branched brass candlelabra holding yellow candles Hanked the flowers. The supper table was L-shaped. Rolled into the corner of the L was a large brass cart heaped with pumpkins, gourds, and corn in husks. Guesls of members were Mrs. T. C. Walker, of Ml. Pleasant, and Mrs, Roy Willou»lit>y' Members attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Duran Davis, Mr and Mrs. Leonard Dirks, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mann, Dr. and Mrs' David Miesch, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pauly Mr and Mrs. Robert Pondrom, Mr. and Mrs' John Scarborough, Jr., Mr. and Mrs C R Sikes, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Szekely, Mr. ' and Mrs. Marshall Terrell, Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Vinson, Mr. and Mrs. Rayford Walker, Mr. Ambler, Mr. Serur, and Dr. Ragan. IN DALLAS THIS AFTERNOON at 2'30 a new chapel for the Highland Baptist Church is being dedicated. The organ in the chapel is one lhal was given a number of years ago by the lale H. C. Kennemer, of Paris. and° his brothers as a memorial lo their molher. For the dedication service today, the organ will be Played by Hubert Clarence (Ken) Kennemer, Jr., grandson of H. C. Kennemer and student at Southern Methodist University. Attending the service from Paris will be Mr. and Mrs H. C. Kennemer, David Kennemer, and Mrs' Frank Kuykendall. VanValkenburgh-Bliss Vows Read in Midland Marriage of Mrs. Genie Harms Bliss of Midland, formerly of Paris, to Horace B. VanValkcnburgh III of Denver, Colt,., look place in Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, M i d- land, Friday morning, the rector officiating. Miss Mary Harms of 21G-GU) SE here is her sister. Attendants were Mrs. Marge Samples and W. P. Crosby, and present for the ceremony were Mrs. Bliss' daughter and son, Miss Judy Bliss and Bob Bliss, and Mr. VanValk c n- bnr«h's son and daughters, H. B. VanValkcnburgh IV, i\lrs. George Cowan and Miss Lou Ann Van Valkcnhurgh. A buffet luncheon at the Midland Country Club followed. The couple will be nt home at 789 Clarkson St., Denver. Daughter of the laic Henry T. and Minerva (Henderson) Harms, Mrs. VanValkenburgh, born and reared in Paris, was on The Paris News staff as sports editor, probably t h c first woman to hold this post on a daily newspaper. She was later woman's and f a sh- ion edilor of The Cincinnati (Ohio) Post. After her marriage to the late Jack E. Bliss, she was associated with him in his oil development operations, i n- cluding the Rotary Engineering Laboratories, and last year, she acquired the historic Columbine Ranch resort in the Estes Park area Oi Colorado. Also listed in "Who's Who of, American Women" as a member of Theta Sigma Phi and Kappa Kappa Gamma sororities, being a graduate of the University of Colorado, she has extensive civic and social connections in Midland. Mr. VanValkenburgh, who received his 'law degree from New York University, is a practicing attorney in Denver, specializing in patent law. and licensed to practice before the United States Supreme Court. Son of Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Van- Valkenburgh II of Boulder, Colo., he is also an alumnus of the University of Colorado where his father, now retired, formerly headed the chemistry department. He is a member MRS. VANVALKENBURGH . . .wed at Midland of Sigma Nu fraternity chapter there, and of the Addaman Club of Rocky Mountain climbers. Five Parisians Participate In Presbyterian Meeting Five Parisians attended the Trinity Presbyterian District 3 meeting held at Pine Grove, five miles north of Clarksville, last week. Those attending from Paris were Mrs. Harry L. Baker, Mrs. Tom Beauchamp, Mrs. Madge A. Simmons. Mrs. Lem Prock and Mrs. Walter Bassano. Mrs. Raymond Jud, Jr., of Olarksville :conducted the worship service, following which departmental meetings were held until noon. Following a luncheon, Mrs. Henry Moore of Dallas, Trinity Presbyterian president, gave a tnlk on "Proclaiming the Gospel to the World in Our Day." After Mrs. Moo r e ' s talk, THi PARIS NIWS, SUNDAY, OCT. 9, discussion groups of each department were held under the topic "How We Proclai m Through the Program Agency.' The meeting closed with a Litany. Make up 6xlra cookie dough, wrap for freezing and store in the freezer. Slice while stilt frozen and bake as usual. The sort of, dough used for rolled cookies is fine for this. M/5S Fcfythe Mullican Gives Beret Program ' : Miss Edythe Mulltcan conducted a program on making berets last week at a meeting of Urban Women's Home , Demonstration Club. o , ' Eleven members we r e • present. Next meeting of the group will be October 1!) at , t h i George Wright recrea t i o n center. The program will < concern choosing accessories. CAROLYN DEICE .. . lo wed Wedding Set For October S-Sgl. and Mrs. J. R. Deice of San Antonio, formerly of Paris, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carolyn Kay, to Dale A, Sisk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Charles Sisk of Santa Anna, Calif. The bride-elect attend e d Soulh San Antonio High School. She is the granddaughter of Ihe lale Mr. and Mrs. Park Flippen of Paris. The prospective bridegroom is presently stationed at Chase Naval Air Base, Beeville. A church wedding is planned for October 29. This Week MONDAY 8 p.m. Music Study Club of Paris will meet with Mrs. Clarence Murphy, 33G-8th SE. TUESDAY 2:30 p.m. Naiolli Bible Club meets with Mrs. F. H. Dowdy. Pine Mill Road. 7 p.m. Four Leaf Clover Club will meet with Mrs. R.H. Nelms, 725 E. Cherry. 7:30 p.m. Paris Police Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. Daniel McCloud, 251-251H NW. 7:30 p.m. Theta Epsilon Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi will meet with Nancy McDaris, 3043 W. Houston. WEDNESDAY fl a.m. Roma Robinson Pre- School meets with Mrs. Robert Bannister -t 244-2nd SE, °:30 p.m. Cote"!'- Club meets wilh Mrs. L. A. Picketl, 655 Church. 3 p.m. Sororis Club meets with Mrs. Roderick Stockey, 303-9f- SE. THURSDAY 9 a.m. East Paris School P-TA study group meets at the school. 10 a.m. East Paris P-TA regular meeting will be held in the school auditorium. 2 p.m. Fourth Ward S t udy Group meets at the school. 3 p.m. Fourth Ward regular P-TA meeting will be held in the school auditorium. 7 p.m. First "'ard P-TA will meet in the school auditorium. 7:30 p.m. Paris Chapter No. 5. Order of the Eastern Star will meet in Paris Masonic Temple. " p.m. Texana Study 0 1 ub will meet with Mrs. C 1 a rk Estes, Jiv, 814-lst SW. 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