The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 9, 1960 · Page 26
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 26

Paris, Texas
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Sunday, October 9, 1960
Page 26
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I—I QTHE PARIS NEWS, SUNDAY, OCT. 9, 1960 MRS. BILLY EARL WHITSELL . . . the fonncr Mary Evelyn Walker Miss Walker Weds Billy E. Whit sell- The Manton Chapel of Central Presbyterian Church was the scene Satuday afternoon for the two o'clock wedding of Miss Mary Evelyn Walker of Dallas to Billy Earl Whitscll of New Orleans. La. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. William Edwin Walker, 3247 Bonham, and t h e bridegroom is Hie son of Charles T. Whitsell. Tulsa, Okla., and the late Mrs. Whitsell. The Rev. .Melville D. Nesbit. Jr., pastor of Central Presbyterian Church, p e r- formed the informal, double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with arrangemen t s of white chrysanthemums in brass urns. Traditional wedding nius i c was provided by Miss Jane Armstrong, organist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a street- length dress of ice blue de- lustered satin, designed with an extended waist line, V- shaped neckline, three-quarter length sleeves and a pleated skirt. Tiny covered buttons extended down the back which also featured a matching Dior bow. She wore a short blue veil and matching blue satin shoes, and carried -a bouquet of white orchid and slephan- otis atop a white Bible. Miss Jean Shelly Smith of Dallas was maid of honor. She was attired in a street length dress of rose-beige delustered satin, fashioned with a slightly barrel shaped sk i r t, three-quarter length sleev e s and oval neck, with matching hat and shoes. She carried a bouquet of purple asters. Joe McAllister of Dallas was best man. Immediately following t h e ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Decorations for the receiving area were in blue and white. The refreshment table was covered with a linen cloth and centered with a f i v e- branched silver epergne filled with white carnations, stock and tuberoses and burn i n g white tapers. The . three-tiered wedd i n g cake was topped with a miniature bridal bouquet. Punch, wedding cake and mints were served by Mrs. Charles Shurtleff of Dallas, Mrs. John Richards of Dallas. Mrs. J.F. Kincannon of Elmhurst, 111., aunt of the bride. Miss Melan i e Nesbit of Paris and Miss Sally Patterson of Lawn. Mrs. C. N. Duncan of Dallas presided at the register. Other members of Die house- party were Mrs. C. 0, Patterson of Lawn, aunt of the bride, Miss Nancy Nesbit, Mrs. Hoyle Barr, Mrs. S.A. Ward, . Miss Cathryn Walker, Miss .. Lucile Reeves, Mrs. W a 1 ter Dick House's East Paris Good Housekeeping Shoppe Best Selection For BRIDES • Bavarian Chin* • Fraukhoma Pottery • Frazier & Wallace SUInltsi Steel Tableware • Crystal ... All Types • Jnvlutioni ... 50 for 9.90 Bassano and Mrs. Clyde An- loine. For traveling the bride, chose a beige Kalian silk suit with orchid corsage. The couple will make their home in New Orleans. The bride attended Paris schools and was gradual e d from Texas Tech. Lubbock. She has been employed b y Braniff International Airways for the past eight years in Dallas. The bridegroom attend e d schools in Oklahoma and is employed by Braniff in N e \v Orleans. Out-of-town guests for the ceremony included Mrs. D. B. IS'eely of Bonham and Mrs. R. A. Walker of Abilene, grandmothers of the bri d e, Mrs. T. P. Walker of Dallas, C. 0. Patterson of Lawn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Antlers, Okla., .Charles Shurtleff, John Richards and Mrs. Joe -McAllister, all of Dallas. 'Good Housekeeping Shoppe 1711 Clarksvllle East Paris 4-712* Fall Festival SALE ft. IN AMERICAN MADE CHINA 4 piece place $099" settings from 0 OCT. 1Q-22nd ONLY! Att-PURPOSE CVDAPKCC TRUE CHINA BY O I KAUUb t Not plastic, not pottery, but TRUE CHINA. CAREFREE JS THE REAL THING! Now is the time to own ihe very finest for so little! • I year guarantee against breaking, chipping or cracking • Oven-proof, dishwasher-proof • Underglaze patterns that will last forever • Multipurpose serving pieces • Rich looking copper covered serving items • Beautiful fashion right patterns • TRUE CHINA for no more than many plastics or poilery »SERE»<t PATTERN NOT SHOWN AS LITTLE AS fl.OO A WEEK Boy's Shoes Step Out Smartly An active fellow always needs the right shoe, especially for that right occasion — this fall a boy's styles will resemble dad's. Tapered and squared toes, single and double swirls, inverted seams, and vamp insets of different leather and colors are fashi o n leaders in young men's footwear. New colors—black ivy and burnished brown — give new effect by using black vamp inserts, laces and edging o n brown shoes. The future spaceman will really cover lots of territory in a pair of clwkkas, semi-chukkas or mid-ca 1 f boots. In brushed leathers they come in loden green, desert tan and charcoal grey. Dressier styles however are usually in f i ne grained or polished leath e r, brown or black. Tullulah Back NEW YORK WT- Late this winter, Tallulah Bank head and company will go into rehearsal in "Midgic Purvis," a farce-comedy by M a r y Chase. Directing will be Burgess Meredith, taking over duties which had been earmarked for Jose Ferrer. Miss Chase wrote the comedy farce "Harvey." ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED—Mr. and Mrs. Dewey J. Preston, Sr., Paris, Rt. 4, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ann, to Garland Lamb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lamb, Paris, Rt. 3. Date of the ceremony will be announced later. PICNICS IB. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR IRONING BOARD SETS PAD & COVER 5-LB. BOX e e EA. GLADIOLA FLOUR K.C, BAKING POWDER BRER RABBIT SYRUP MORTON'S POTATO CHIPS HUNT'S PARADE PEANUT 18 Ois. BUTTER INSTANT NESCAFE—10-Ox. 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