The Paris News from Paris, Texas on June 2, 1958 · Page 3
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Paris, Texas
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Monday, June 2, 1958
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GRADUATES GALORE —Shown above are Mrs. T. C. Haynes, 610 Firzhugh, and her three children, all graduates this year. Left to right are Mrs. Haynes, Charlotte, a 1958 graduate of Paris High School, Tommy, a graduate of Paris Junior College and Miss Mary Lynn Haynes who received her BS degree from Austin College in Sherman at commencement exercises held there today. (Paris News Staff Photo). Virginia Hicks Fund Will Be Established omen 6 fj i lew^ • m V' \/\/ +J Fiftieth Anniversary Is Observed b Kikers Dr. and Mrs. Ira C. Kiker, Sr., Dallas, parenis of Smith Kiker, 3105 Bonham, observed th e i r golden wedding anniversary Sunday with a reception. The reception was held in Dallas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Kiker Jr. They were married June 3, 1908, at the home of the Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Harber, Dublin, parents of the bride. Dr. Kiker was the seventh of nine children that were born on a farm-ranch near Stephenville ;o Mr and Mrs. B. M. Kiker. Dr. ^and Mrs. Kiker have four children, Smith Kiker, Paris: Ira C. Kiker, Jr., Dallas; the Rev. Seaborn M Kiker, San Antonio, and Max A. Kiker, Dallas. There are five grandchildren. After two years in Stamf o r d College, Dr. Kiker became the first graduate of that school, now McMurray College, Abilene, he being the only member of the senior class. Successive pastorates following two years in Emory and Henry College. Emory, Va., were an unfinished year at Honey Grove transferred to the North Tex a s conference in 1913. Pastorates and other relationships have been: Frisco, Grand Prairie and Cockrell Hill, Dallas; St. Johns, Dallas: professor of sociology and assistant in education, Texas Wesleyan C o J1 e g e during the period of World War 1; Honey Grove, Wesley Methodist Church, Greenville; First Methodist Church, Sulphur Springs; superintendent, Paris District; Oak Cliff Methodist, Dallas; Superintendent Greenville District: Wesley Methodist Church, Greenville. 2nd pastorate there; Executive Secretary, North Texas Conference, Board of Education. 1938-1953; Centenary Methodist Church, Dallas: First Methodist Church, Forney; and now at the end of two years associate pastor,' Greenland Hi 11 s Methodist Church, Dallas. Fifty years of service by this couple fall on the anniverary of their golden wedding day. Twenty seven years of their fifty years of service have been spent in two cities, Dallas and Greenville. In 1950, Texas Wesleyan College, ' Fort Worth, gave the honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity to Mr. This Week MONDAY 7:30 p.m. HiU'is Police Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Cleo Holmes, 203 E. Center. Mrs. Andrew Smith will be co-hostess. 7:30 p.m. Altar Society of Our Lady of Victory Church will meet at the home of Mrs. J. W. Wilson. 380-3rd NW. Mrs. Bill Park will be co-hostess. 7:30 p.m. Paris Rebek a h Lodge No. 20 will meet at the 100F Hall. WEDNESDAY 1 p.m. Mary Emma Bible Study Club will have- a luncheon at the Gordon Count r y Club. THURSDAY 2:30 p.m. Allsgood Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Heston Williamson, 1443 Bonham. 7:30 p.m. Doctor's Day picnic will be held at the Gordon Country Club sponsored by the Auxiliary to the Lamar County Medical Society. BACKACHE Wtntertul rule! lor minor ntuekt ef Ricktcht, Artlirltit, Aching Knen and Lt|i promptly rt- dnert in minvtn with special forrnul: tablet, with fever reducing action- »nd Vitmin C so e»*ntial to maintenance of stability and «l«s- ticity in connecting tissues in joints tni botf generally. Results guaranteed. No Immfol drugs. Get Pruvo today »t druMitt! for mor§ comfortable living, only $1.50. $2.75 cr J4.CO. Tens of tnonsund; art using Provo. Don't yoi tfci'k you should too? CORNER DRUG STORES No. t No. 2 Kiker, who holds the Bachelor of Arts de g r e e from Emory and Henry College, Virginia; and the M a s t e r of Arts degree from Southern Metnodist . University, class of 1917. Mrs. Kiker was received as a child into the Methodist Church. For several years after her marriage she served in various offices of the Epworth League, and for four years was dean of women at the annual institutes held at Kidd-Key College, Sherman, and Texas Wesleyan College, Fort Worth. She is a member of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Method i s t Hospital in Dallas, serving two terms as treasurer. From 1933 to 1953, Mrs. Kiker served on a voluntary basis as director of- children's work. North Texas Methodist conference. She is certified to offer leadership courses for children's workers, and has taught in leadership schools in five annual conferences of Luncheon Fetes Sally Leverett Saturday Noon Mrs. Felix Gibson and Mrs. Dabney Hodges honored th e i r niece, Miss Sally Ann Leverett, a First Ward graduate, with a luncheon Saturday at The Ranch House. The school colors of blue and white were used for table decorations. A small stuffed Wild Cat was used' for the center piece with blue and white ribbon stream- era leading from the wild cat to the miniature diplomas which served as place cards. Places were marked for the following gu e s r s: Mary Lucile Stifelman, Malley Dirks, Laurie Wilson, Anna Gates, Linda Hearn, Prissie Allen, Annelle Green and the'honoree. The New Era Sunday School Class of the First Met h o d ist Church is in the process of establishing the Virginia Hicks Memorial Fund. The fund, in memory of the late Miss Hicks, will be used to perpetuate in others the same qualities of her useful life of Christian service, says the class. She was the teacher of the New Era Class for the past 12 years. A silver tea will be held at the home of Mrs. 0. W. Woodard. "2020 Simpson, June 12 from 4-6 p.m., and from 7-9 p.m. The men are especially urged to attend at night. The public is cordially invited to attend. Miss Hicks was the daughter of Mrs. R. C. Hicks, 629 Fitehugh, and the late Rev. R. C. Hicks. Mr. Hicks served as pastor of the Lamar Avenue Method i s t Church (what is now First Methodist Church) in 1909. In 1920 Miss Hicks began her soical work at Wesley Settlement House in Danville, Va. She was there five years working mostly with children. From Danville she went to Northwestern "University where she took a course in social studies. In 1924 she began work with a Japanese Colony in Terry (located between Beaumont and OrangeK Miss Hicks went to Terry to help establish a church for the Japanese. Mr. Kishi, head of the colony, worried about the restlessness of his people sent back to Japan for wives for the men. Finding that this was not the answer he decided the need for a church. Miss Hicks worked with the colony until 1928. In January of 1930 she went to Berkeley, Calif., as house mother of Epworth Hall of the University of California. According to Mrs. R. C. Hicks, the hall was more than just a dormitory but was an elegant cultural home for girls who attended the University. The candlesticks used now in the THE PARIS NEWS, MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1958 —3 New Era Class room were Ihe ones used in the worship servic-;.- of Epworth Hall. ! The candlesticks were presented to the class by Mrs. R. C. Kicks after Miss Hicks" death. Miss Virginia resigned the at the university in 1941 and wont to New York, for special U.S.O. j training, after her training she was assigned to Denison as director of the U.S.O., the only woman approved by the YMCA for such work. She came lo Paris in 1946 v. here she continued her Chvislain work. Besides being the New Era teacher, she sponsored the Sarah Anna Guild of the First Methodist Church and the XXiX Alpha lot a Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. The fund will be used so that the memory of Miss Virgin i a Hicks' life of Christian service will live forever, says the New Eva Class. schools in Louis- Arkansas, a n d Texas, also in ana, Oklahoma, New Mexico. During the development of the North Texas Methodist camping program, and construction of the Lake Bridgeport Methodist camp, working with her husband \y h o supervised the camp building program, Mrs. Kiker served in many ways — as dietitian, practical nurse, instructor,, and leader of hand-craft groups. But the home was the place of greatest accomplishment; rearing DR. AND MRS. IRA C. KIKER, SR. ... Note 50th Anniversary t9four sons, entertaining guests, | • freely opening the door to the many boys and girls whom the sons wished to bring io the parsonage. Last, but not least, her understanding, patience, and inspiration aided her husband in his long career of service. They stood proudly together "on their golden wedding day." . SU 4-SS2I SU 4-6*85 MONDAY "PORT DOBBS" "HELL ON FRISCO BAY" TUES. — WED. NO. 1 flLLIAMtETNOUS-ANDMtlMTiX •M HIM Mtni * ttont Cffinvd NO. 2 TIAJUANA STORY" Rodolfo Acoito James farrow TODAY AlND TUESDAY ... for you and your family to Me and enjoy, again-and again/ <* Walt Disney £ SnowWKiie and the Seven Dwarfs TVCM/WOK ¥ Sulsar- Arnold Vows Exchanged Thursday Night BOGATA — Miss Sandra Sue Arnold, daughter of Mr and Mrs E. M. Arnold, and Howard Edward Sulsar. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sulsar, all of Bosnia, were married Thursday night. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Gene Shoemaker, pastor of the Bogata Methodist Church, at his home. The bride wore a blue street- length dress with white I accessories. Miss Glenda Joyce Sulsar. sister of the groom, and Jim Ed Lee were the only attendants. Both attended Bogata High School. They • will make their home in Decatd^i Ind. where Mr. Sulsar will be employed. MRS. SULSAR was honor e d with'a -bridal shower Thursda y afternoon. Hostesses, were Martha J o Smith, Nancy Wood. Betty Gill, Mary Ann Vaughan, Sharon Reynolds and Betty Sue Guess. The refreshment table was covered with white lace over blue and centered with matching flowers. Martha Jo Smith served punch and cookies to the guests. Slumber Party Held Paris News Service BLOSSOM — Mrs. Joe Carter honored her daughter, Lalla Su«, an eighth grade graduate, with a slumber party at home Thursday night. A midnight snack was served by Mrs. Carter to the honoree and these classmates: Brenda Rogers, Sue Garrett, Bonnie Bryan, and Linda Smith. If you have a gas range with an automatically controlled top burner, you'll find a temperature of 325 degrees if Cine for browning meat itliat has been dipped in seasoned flour) in butter. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL" ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED — Mrs. Margaret E. Wright, 121346th SE, and Lawrence Wright, 230-9th SVV, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Laurie, Springfield, Mo., to Donald E. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vonnie Brown, Pasadena. The ceremony will be performed at the Ramseur Baptist Church on June 26. The Rev. W. H. Fisher, pastor, will officiate. Summer Art Classes ADULTS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS CHILDREN TUESDAY AFTERNOONS LAMAR TODAY Dorothy Malone "Quontex" Pier Angeli "Port Afrique" INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION IN OIL PAINTING Call or Contact Mrs. Raymond Wunsch SU 4-8665 1505 Clarksville VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL A GOOD TlNVt FOR 4( t JUNE 2—11 8:30 A.M. to 11:20 A.M. • FUN • FELLOWSHIP • REFRESHMENTS • WORSHIP AGES 3—14 ADMISSION Adults, Regular Prices ! Children 35 e LAST TIMES TODAY "FORT MASSACRE" "STEEL BAYONET" TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY . GEORGE NADER \CORNELLBORCHERS v' « MICHEL RAY ALSO—COLOR-SCOPE GEM SHORT—NEWS LAST TIMES TONITE "FORT DOBBS" "THREE FACES OF EVE"' TUESDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE mm AWfftj M*tti when "Miss Admiration" and the $25,OOO Taste-Test trailer visit these stores on TUESDAY Frank Council's Market, 202 North Main Paris, Texoi Tom Dyer's Grocery, 2318 Jordan Greenville, Texas Porter Knox Grocery, 2302 Jordan ... Greenville, Texas Woody's Food Market Wolfe City, Texas M. R. Prorine'i Grocery Wolfe City, Texas Billy Hill's Grocery Ladonia, .Texas Union Produce Company Ladonia, Texas John Reid's Cosh Store. Pecan Gop, Texas Parrish Grocery ....'. Pecan Gap, Texas Ridgeway Grocery Roxton, Texas Otha L. Jones' Grocery Roxton, Texas Vest Brothers Grocery, 830 South Crockett Denison, Texas Roberts Food Mart, Highway 75, North . . Sherman, Texas Howe Grocery Howe, Texas Mock's Cosh Grocery Howe, Texas Grady Arnspiger's Grocery .... Van Alstyne, Texas Cromer Grocery Von Alstyne, Texas Massie's Grocery Van Alstyne, Texas You'll receive a silver dollar j'ree if you have a pound of Admiration Coffee in your shopping basket when "Miss Admiration" and the $25,000 Taste-Test trailer visit these stores. Hundreds of silver dollars are to be given away in celebration of the Admiration Taste-Tests which offer $25,000 to anyone who can prove that any other coffee tastes better than Admiration. m» cfltwir. 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