The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 13, 1960 · Page 5
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 5

Paris, Texas
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Thursday, October 13, 1960
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THE PARIS NEWS, THURSDAY, OCT. 13, I960 — ~ Sue Trulock, R. E. Bradley This Week Marry In Virginia Ceremony Of interest to Parisians was the marriage October 3 at 5 p.m. of Lt. Col. Site Baylor Trulock, WA.C, to Col. Robert Elmer Bradley, .Ir., U.S. army in the post chapel, Fort Mycr, Va. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Winson Grady Trulock of Nashville, Te n n., formerly of Paris, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs Robert Elmer Bradley of Alexandria, Va. Chaplain Harold M. L/awson officiated, following a program of nuptial music by Marv i n Heasley, organist. The altar was decora I e d with an arrangement of white chrysanthemums and w h i te gladioli. Dr. Trulock gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a street length dress of antique blue sheer wool with a matching feather hat and carried a white prayer book to which war attached a spray of white cimbidium orchids. Delfa Kappa Gammas Hear Junior College Instructor GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY PAIR — Mr. and Mrs. 0. V. Saltcr of Pattonville will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday at the home of their son B. A. Saltcr, Pattonville. Open house will be held from 2 to 5 for friends and relatives of the couple. Not through You Ily ABIGAIL VAN BUIIEN DEAR ABRY: A IB-year-old boy lives next door. Last night he told me he was never told the facts of life. 1 was really surprised, because 1 am 13 and my mother told me a lo n g lime ago. He said he asked his father and was told h e knew all he needed lo know to gel along. His 18-year-old sister also told him he knew enough. He said all he knows be heard from the kids at school. I don't feel right talking about things like that with him. but 1 do think he oxight to know. Where can he find out? A GfRL WHO KNOWS DEAR GIRL: The b o y should learn the "facts of life" from a maftire, inform c d adult. If his fnther refuses io tell him, lie should go to his clergymnn, his coach nt school or a respected relative or friend. Don't YOU discuss it with him. DKAR ABBY: Have you ever heard of the GROOM'S family going into debt ov e r their ears to put on a big wedding and reception just to impress people? When our daughter became engaged, we explained to the boy's parents that our income was limited, and said we would give the children the nicest wedding and reception we could afford. This didn't suit them, because they took over without consulting us, and are putting on a three-ring circus and are paying for everything. We'll be the laughing stock of this town for years to come. Should we refuse to attend the wedding? MOTHER OF THE BRIDE DEAR MOTHER: The parents of the groom could hardly plan your daughter's wedding without her knotvlcd g e and consent. If she shares your viewpoint (which, by the way, IS the proper one>, she should let them know. If she's all for the groom's family putting on the show and fooling the bill, then go and keep the peace. For Abby's pamphlet, "What Teenagers Want To Know," send 25c and a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope in care of this paper. Mrs. Bill Jones, instructor in home economics at Paris Junior College, was guest speaker Tuesday at a meeting of Alpha Delta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma in East Paris School. During her speech on "Extension of Adult Education," Mrs. Jones pointed out that "adult education in the United Stales reaches thirty million people." Now, according to Mrs. Jones, the most popular course at Paris Junior College for adults is a three-level course in sewing construction. The second courcs in popularity is a self-improvement class. Mrs. Jones was introduced to the group by Mrs. Ernest Crafton, program chairman with Mrs. A. R. Graves. Mrs. William Goodman, chairman of the Necrology Committee, conducted a memorial service for Mrs. J. H. Moore. During the business session, yearbooks were distributed. Hostesses for the meeli n g were Mrs. J. D. King, Mrs. Morgan Rill, Miss Roberta Slides of Europe Shown At Meeting of Altrusas Mrs. Joseph Nahas, chairman of the International Comm i 11 e e. c ommenled and showed slides of her recent trip to Europe a' a meeting Tuesday evening of Altrusa Club of Paris at The. Nicholson House. The International Committee also made plans to invite Paris Junior College students into the home of members on special occasions, Mrs. Murrell Adams, president, presided for the dinner meeting at which time a doll and wardrobe were displayed lo the group. Chances on the doll and wardrobe are to be sold by Altrusa members, the proceeds from which will go to benefit the Altrusa service project and Lamar Medi c a 1 Center. Tickets which will sell for 25 cents were distributed to each member. The doll and wardrobe will be displayed in the Hollywood Shop window. Drawing will be held December 10. Fifteen members and the following guests were present for the meeting: Mrs. Faradie Macksoud, Miss Patsy Mullens, Mrs. Truman Johnson, Mrs. J. E. Armstrong, Mrs. Elmer Whitaker, Mrs. demon Marshall, Mrs. Ed Bur k, Mrs. C. B. Bardwell, Mrs. Annie Anderson and Mrs. Ralph Pearce. M A NEW TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURE AND FOR A yOR.'&&BCiAL EXTRA TREAT.. SEE AT 2:25, 4:40, 7:00, and 9:15 P.M. TriRTTHQUGHT HE WAS A RACCOON ^ ^ 4 »." -b>'*s£M ADULTS. . .75* DISCOUNT. . . 50* CHILDREN. . .35* * NOW * JAMES STEWART A COLUMBIA PICTURES RELEASE FEATURES I * NOW 12 f HOURS TOI KILL" Grigsby, Mrs. Rachel Faber and Mrs. Pal Lewis. The Halloween theme was carried out in decorations and refreshments. Mrs. Bowden Hosts Meeting Of Baptist Unit Mrs. Charles Bowdon w a s hostess Tuesday to an all-day meeting of Women's Missionary Society of East Paris Baptist Church at her home. Mrs. Charles Grimes, president, called the meeting to order, with Mrs. Bowclen giving the opening prayer. Mrs. Grimes gave the devotion a 1 from Luke 11. A salad luncheon was served at noon lo the 15 members present. The remainder of the day was spent in making stuffed toys for the church nurse r y department. Next meeting will be October 18 at the home of M r s. Walter Caches, 539-17th NE. Adults SO* Disc., 40£ Childrtn 25* Lt. Col. Ruth S. Reec e r WAG, stationed in Washington, was the bride's only attendant. She wore a coc o a brown tunic dress with a matching vclour hat. Her flowers were purple orchids. Mr. .Bradley served as his son's best man. Dr. and Mrs. Trulock, parents of the bride, entertained at a reception at the bride's apartment in the Domini o n Towers, Arlington, V-a., i m- mcdialely after the ceremony, The serving table was covered with an imported white lace and linen cloth and was centered with a three-tier e d wedding cake encircled wi t h greenery and white cimbidium orchids flown from Haw a i i. White candles burned in silver candelabra. Sunday evening LI. Col nnd Mrs. Noble Daughterly, the former Virginia Baxter of Paris, cousins of the bride, entertained at a dinner following the rehearsal of the wedding. The affair took place at their home in Alexandria, Va. The bride was graduat e d from old Ward Bclmont High School in Nashville. She attended Vanderbilt University in Nashville and the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan., where she was a member of the Gamma Phi Beta woman's fraternity. She is a s- signed lo Research and Development Division of f i c e, Chief of Ordnance in Washington. The bridegrom was grad- ualed from St. Alban's School, Albany, N.Y., and atten d e d A'ew York City College. He is assi g n e d to headquarte r s, Fourth U. S. Army in Dallas. The couple left for a t w o- week wedding trip to the East following the ceremony. "HtmSDAY 7 p.m. First TTr 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 Tumple. ' p.m. Texana Study C 1 ub will meet with Mrs. C 1 a rk Estes, Jr., 814-lst SW. 2 p.m. First Ward study group will meet, preceded by an executive meeting at 1 p.m. FRIDAY 12:15 p.m. Lamar Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, will meet at the George Wright recreation center, with hostesses, Mrs. Frank Ellis, Mrs..W, J. Pollard and Mrs. Lolt Kyle. Leader for the day will be Mrs. T. D. Wells, Sr. SATURDAY 2:30 p.m. Joseph Ligon Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution will meet with Mrs. Truman Johnson and Mi=s Mattie Belle Crook, 7" E. Houston. Mrs, Fred Conley Hosts Amiga Unit Mrs. Fred Conley was hostess Monday to a meeting of Amiga Circle of First Baptist Church at her home, 975 Pine Bluff. Mrs. Hazel St. John presided over the meeting which was opened with prayer by Mrs. C. W. Pickering. The Royal Service program, "The Messenger of God's Son," was given by Mrs Walton Skinner. Seventeen members and two guests, Mrs. Covy Williams and Mrs. John Wicks were present. Some cooks like lo cover the shirred-egg dishes or custard cups in which eggs are baked. Mrs. McChud Is Police Auxiliary Hostess Tuesday Mrs. Daniel McCloud was hostess to the Paris Police Auxiliary Tuesday evening' at her home, 251-25th - NW, for their regular monthly meeting. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Steve Dockery, with Mrs. McCloud reading the minutes of the last meeting and giving the treasurer's report. A report from the ways and means committee was given by Mrs. Andrew Smith. Mrs. Dockery received the door prize. Refreshments were served to eight members, and one visitor, Mrs. .Bob'.Bailey'. The next meeting will be November 8, the place to be announced later. Last Times Today ii ii Tall Story Anthony Perkin* Jane Fonda ALSO Queen Contest Plans Outlined By Hairdressers Tentative plans for the Nation a 1 Beauty Salon Week Queen's Contest were outlined. Monday night at a meeting of Paris Hairdressers Unit No, 99 at, the Holiday Inn. The contest is to be held at the Grand Theatre in November. Committees were named to contact merchants, concerning the sponsoring of models for the show. Tickets.will be available for the event in the near future. Dinner was served to 2L members, four new members and a guest. Members attending were -Mrs Katherine Smith, Mrs. Lois Bolin, Mrs. Edi t.h Stephenson end Mrs. B i 11 i e Spann. Mrs. Blanche Holcombe was a visitor for the meeting. The group will meet next with: Mrs. Margaret Ashley, 2247 Clarksville. r Born Reckless' • Mamie Van Doren Friday — Saturday 'Star in the Dust' • Richard Boone Mamie Van Doren Free Turkey Given Away Every Night by Lucky Ticket Number Adults SOc Discount- ........ 35 C Children 25 C Pillsbury's TODAY AT INTERSTATE Doors Open Daily at 12:45 P.M 1:00, 3:15, 5:30, 7:48 and 10:00 is now going on at your grocer's 90* ANNIVERSARY (7 n•• \~^r v Psbuiys Look for money-saving offers on Pillsbury products It's our 90th anniversary. And we're having a sale. 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