The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 13, 1960 · Page 18
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 18

Paris, Texas
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Thursday, October 13, 1960
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lg_ THE PARIS NEWS, THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1960 COOPER Paris N'ews Service Elbert McDonald of Thousand Oaks, Calif., was here during the weekend with his brother, Carl McDonald and family, en route to Kansas to visit their parents. The McDonalds here were in Dallas Saturday for the Texas-Oklahoma game. Mrs. J. M. Hatlcy returned (o Muskogee, Olcla., after spending several months with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Grover McClain have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Garland Harvey and son, Garland, Jr., and son of Greenville, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Reed and son Mike of Grand Prairie. Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin, both patients at Reed Memorial Hospital the first of the week, were reported improving. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Johnson, born at Janes Hospital in Cooper, has been named Robert Grandparents are Mrs. Nancy Johnson and Mrs. Mattie Ho- cult. Catholic Educators Seek to Cut Grades WASHINGTON (AP) — Roman Catholic educators, caught between rising costs and booming enrollments, are looking for ways to cut the traditional 12-year ele- La mar Baptist WMU Meet Set Womar's Missionary Union of Lamar Baptist Association will hold its annual meeting at 9 a.m. Friday at First Baptist Church. Conferences will be conducted for all officers and committee chairmen, followed by an installation of officers. The Rev. Eddis Smith, pastor at Blossom, will bring the morning message. Lunch will be served at 12:15 p.m. with a business meeting to follow. Reservations for the luncheon should be made through Mrs, W. J. Johnson, 1510 Clarksville. mentary and secondary school program to 10 years. The 12-man Programs and Plans Committee of the National Catholic Education Association meeting here this week look a long, hard look at the ways by which even more water may be squeezed out of what is generally a very basic program of academic subjects. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frederick G. Hochwalt, executive secretary of the K'CEA, said: "We know it is possible for many students to do in 10 years what they now get in 12, although that isn't necessarily true for all of them." "We are looking info new classroom techniques — teaching machines, nongraded primaries, and H I C K M A N INSURANCE AGENCY Sojnd Insurance Counsel and Protection Since 1925 13 S. E. 1st Dial SU4-463S educational television—as well as the idea of longer school days and school years. We have knosvn for a long time tliat all the schools, both public and private, waste loo much time. The traditional three- month summer vacation isn't realistic, based as it is on the idea that children must be free in the summer to help their parents on the farm," he said. On the touchy question of federal aid to private and parochial schools, Msgr. Hochvvalt said, "We only desire what would be constitutional." He noted that Catholic schools everywhere participate in the government's hot school lunch program, and that in some areas school bus costs are paid from public funds. Msgr. Hochwalt added that federal loans for classroom construction would be "most helpful but outright federal grants would be even better." TASTE BETTER COOK BETTER LOOK BETTER NEW STUDEBAKER TRUCKS—This is the Transtar by Stuclebaker, with its time-proven qualities of reliability, ruggedness and economy emphasized with refinements for 1961. The medium duty one-ton and IVa ton models have gross vehicle weights ranging from 9,000 to 18,000 pounds. Gross weights on the heavy duty two-ton models range from 19,500 to 23,000 pounds. Available as a chassis- cab or with platform or stake bodies, the Transtar has a model within these weight classifications that meets all operating conditions and requirements. The Paris dealer is Glass Motor Company, 2425 Lamar Avenue. Hospital News Of Clarksville Paris News Service CLARKSVILLE — New patients admitted to Red River County Hospital during the week were: A. B. Varley, Clarksville; Mrs. J. R. Brooks, Bagwell; Mrs. Harvey Dye, Clarksville; Mrs. Roy Prater, Bogata; Miss Emmie Daniel, Clarksville; Joe Harvey, Route 1, Annona; Mrs. Ennis Hogland, Route 2, A very; Mrs. John Shoulders, Route 2, Sherman; Mrs. Otis Smith, Route 4, Cbrks- ville; Mrs. Tom Tipping, Route 1, Bogata; Mrs. Dewey Sm i th, Annona; Dennis Lee Bates, Route 4, Clarksville; Mrs. J. B. Williams, Clarksville; Mrs. John Lewi s, Route 6, Clarksville; Mrs. Pete Johnson, Bogata; Willie Mau d e McCulloch, Route 3, Clarksville; Juanita Braxton, Route 1, Detroit; Annie Mae Hill, Route 2. DeKalb; Mary Lee Jackson, Route 2, DeKalb. Paliunls Discharged Rickey Wayne Baird, Route 1, Bogata; Hazel Elaine Glo s s u p. Route 4, Clarksville; W. J. Rags- dill, Clarksville; Joe Ford, Bogata: Ray 0. Bartley, Route l, Annona; Mrs. Gladys Martin, Clarksville; Robert Steven Booth, Route 1, Annona; Dewey Smith, Annona; Bruce Allen Scott, Route 3, Clarksville; A. B. Wood, Manchester; Forrest Whiteman, Route ], Clarksville; Charles Shelt o n, Clarksville; Mrs. Arvil Wilson, Route 1, A very; Mrs. J. L. Wright, 1200 W. Jackson, Clarksville; Newt Peek, Annona; S. L. Whiteman, Route 1, Clarksville; Miss Ann Puckett, Annona; Mrs. Sarn Dorer, Route 1, Clarksville; Mrs. B. H. Moore, A very; Mrs. Penn Jones, Annona; Mrs. Powell Westmoreland, Annona; Edg a r Ridens, Fulbright: Carl Ford, Route 6, Clarksville; Mrs. Carl Trimm, Avery; Mrs. Alvena Davis, Bogala; Henry Shipp, Route 6, Clarksville; Ezekiel Hembree, Avery; Robert McCuin, Route 6, Clarksville. Births To Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Poteet, Clarksville, a daughter, Sh e r r y Lynn, October 2; to Mr. and Mrs. Billy Goodwin, Avery, Rt. 1, a son, Johnny William, October 4; to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Garrett, Jr., Clarksville, Rt. 3, a daughter, Donna Dean, October 5; to Mr. and Mrs. Dolan Mankins, Clarksville, Rt. 3, a son, Nathan Wade, October 5; to Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Earley, Clarksville, Rt. 4, a daughter, Pamela Kay, October 1; to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bryant, Detroit, Rt. 2, a daughter, Lind'a Lou, October 1; to Mr. and Mrs. A. R. May, Dallas, a daughter, Ramon-a Faye, October 10. BLOSSOM Paris News Service Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Watson of Midland are visiting his bro t her, Thomas Watson and family here, and Mrs. A. C. Watson of Paris. Mrs. George Kidd of Huts o n, Calif., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Parks and other relatives. Sam Davis, with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bailey Aubrey and daughters, and Miss Sandra Davis, all of Houston, spent the weekend in Blossom. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Miears and family of McKinney and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hudspith of Porterville, Calif., visited Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Miears. William Ralph Scudder attended the Texas-Oklahoma football game in Dallas Saturday. Mrs. Audrey Dorman and son, Jerry, of Shamrock are here to attend her father, J. M. Turner, ill at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Turner. Millard Montgomery and Joe Neal of Plainview visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and family and R. B. Montgomery. Returning to Fort Sill, Okla., after spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Reginal Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Riley Herron, were Pvt. Gary Crawford and Pvt. Jim Bob Young. Mrs. E. 0. John son has re- urned from a visit with relatives n Florida, Mississippi, and Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Miears at- .ended the Texas prison rodeo at ffiwtsville. Joe Knight of Houston, former B! o s s o m resident, is visiti n g "riends here. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Skipper are visiting their son, Marv i n "kipper and family in Texas City. CLARKSVILLE Paris News Service Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sinclair have moved to 500 S. Delaware St. in Clarksville. Mr. and .Mrs. Paul Daniels had as guests her brother, J.B. Haynes and Mrs. Haynes of Pasadena. R. E. Goode is here from Midland to spend a few days at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Small en %vent to Hosslon, La., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm May and also Mr. Smalien's brother at Linden, Tex. Paul Faster and family of Daingerfield were here with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Foster. During the Civil War the U.S. Nava! Academy was located at Newport, R.I. LD HODttlt Now Is Good Time For Buying Beef If beef is your meat, October and November will be good months fot buying plenty of it. The beef animal has been considered a source of choice meat from earliest time. Take the Bi- I ble"s fatted calf, prepared for the j prodigal son, for example. Beet was the mark of festive eating. Then, there are the legends of Merrie Olde England telling of beef joint on the tables of the aristocracy. King Charles II of England was so impressed with a steaming platter of beef he ceremoniously honored it with a knight- ship. To this day, one of the excellent beef cuts is known as Sir Loin. It's still true. You're eating like a king when you have sirl o i n steak. But you don't have to have purple blood to appreciate or afford the delicious ness of this and other beef cuts. Beef is so plentiful and economical in America these days it has bee o m e regular fare for everyone. The Agricultural Market! n g Service points out that beef cattle numbers the first of this year were up 7 percent from a year earlier. For the first time on record, all cattle on farms exceeded 101 million. On July 1, cattle and calves on feed were 4 percent greater than a year earlier. Fed-cattle market- ings in July and August w ere some larger than a year ago. More young stock are coming along on the ranges. So beef is one of the October plentiful foods. AMS predict the average person will eat 84.5 pounds of beef in 1960. That's almost 3 pounds more than a year ago and 10 pounds more than the 1947-49 average. 2 FOR! SHOE SALE MEN'S OXFORDS • Dress • Sport • Work keg. $6.95 SAVE 40% to 60% Boys' and Girls' Loafers and Oxfords WOMEN'S LOAFERS And Sport Oxfords 3 A*>td. Sizes Second Pair Free ARDIN A SHOE STORE I L 25 Lamir Next to Grand Theatr« HAPPY BIRTHDAY BUYS AT BAHNETT'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION FROZEN FOODS Peas & Carrots BIRDSEYE Cut Corn BIRDSEYE Broccoli Birdscye 10-Ox. Pkg. SWANSON'S T.Y. DINNERS MEAT PIES TURKEY OR FRIED CHICKEN EACH BANQUET CHICKEN, BEEF OR TURKEY PATIO Enchilada Dinners LOUR offee Crackers MAXWELL HOUSE LB. CRACKER LB. BARREL BOX VEGETABLE 12-OZ. EACH GLADIOLA 5-LB. BAG PRODUCE No. 1 Yellow Onions LB . 4 C BLUE LABEL KARO Select California Tomatoes LB 13 Delicious Apples E^T 0 .". LB 19* 31' Pint C Bottle 26 MALE'S PRIDE TOMATO JUICE MALE'S PRIDE CUT BEANS WESSON OIL Quart Bottle 57 e U.S. GOOD GRADE BACON NEWSOM'S FRANKS Ground Round Steak SAMUELS MOHAWK 2-LB. PACK CLUB STEAKS ,79 99 39 69- RANCH STYLE BEANS 2 £ 29 SKINLESS LB. CELLO NORTHERN TOILET TISSUE 4 p«i! 39 e ARNETT CARDINALC^FOOD STORE CLOROX CLEAN CLEAR THROUGH and Deodorized Too! That's a FAB Wash! Bleach &19 C 2003 LAMAR PARIS, TEXAS

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