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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 4

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*"*tL/^$3r*«t^r t f ACE FOUR >-% »<s ,*-*7^r_ *" Jiff,J Jfrt~ f *St'~. f*: SUNDAY, JULY * IMC ociety Club s Week's Social Calendar MONDAY 2£iss Doris \Viliiams honors Miss I^eots. Leveret-t, bride-elect of Willia.m Finney. \vkh br^djre at her home^ 205 Lsmar avenue, at 9 o'clock Monday niO'Tsins, The Tv-eddins? of Mis* Isabel Bridges to J. W. Abies, Jr., takes j>lace at ihe home of her grandmother. Mrs. E- S, Crowley. 37o ClarksviHe street, in th* evening at S o'clock. TUESDAY 3Siss Mary Jo Mayae entertasr.s with a luncheort for Miss Leota •iLevereti. and" members of her bridal party, at her home or. South sreb street, at 1 o'clock Mrs. Eiigenc. Crov.- ar.d Miss Lou vralker compliment Miss lelon Crawford, vhese marriage to Job X~ Hammond takes place -Ttily 21. 'with bridge at the Gordon Country club in the aiier- aoon at 3 30 o'c*vcx. o Paris Man an Jacksonville A luncheon for Mis? Leota Levereti will be sriver. by Miss Olivia - er j^-r T>>e lantern tea room "Wednesday at 12:30 o'clo-ck. THURSDAY iTiss Margaret ~Ezdl ane her sister, Mrs. Don?.:--?. Black of Clarksvilie. -will entertairs for Miss Leverett with a breakfast at Miss SzeU's home 40" Pine Bluff street, at 5 o'clock. Ladies' bay luncheon at the Paris Golf Club -will be held at 12:30" o'clock. FRIDAY Miss Iscbe! Thiclen •will honor Miss L,e-ota I_eve-rett ar.d her ived- party -with s hir-cheon at the Gibraltar hotel at 1 o'cloek. . Miss Yancey Honors Sride^Elect Mono-Tins Miss Isabel Bridges. Tsrliose marriage to J- W. Abies. .Jr., of Blossom will take place on Monday evening. Miss Evelyn' Tan- : cey entertained Friday evening- at ier norne, 100 Xorth Twenty-sev- •fMrth street. Trith a bride* raiseel- shower. Perennial phlox, bur rout MASSHUS j AS YOU MIY TOUR SHOO .! * WILL AS sen i petunias and zinrtias ivere used \ effective!^' it; the decoration of the I Mrs. Morris Sheffield, of Abi- j s.~K-ar<i- Gifts were presented. by j Miss Tancey to both the honoree j and Miss Madelon Craivford^ an- j other bride-elect. ) The hostess tvas assisted In serv- " lug by her inother, Mrs, ]Lee Tancey to the foliO'wins' guests: Miss Isabel Bridges,. Miss Martha Bridges, Misses Sonna Weaver, Rosamond ilorg-azL. Madelon and "Virginia, Crawford, 2azel "Htiich- ison. Martha Crook. Georgia 3. and Mary Jo Mayse, Mrs. Morris Sheffield. Mrs. Carl Haley, Mrs. Ed-srar Harl Hooker, Mrs. Jack Welch. Mrs. Paul Crawford^ Mrs. Free "Wemple of Midland. Mrs, J. "W. Abies of Blossom. Mrs, Hoy A detailed account of the marriage of Miss iliriara Chessher. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Chessher : of Jacksonville and Robert JSnsley Joiner, Jr,,- of Paris. son of the Rev. an<i Mrs. R. E. Joiner of Jacksonville. appeared in the Jacksonville Daily Progress of July 6- The tveddinsr took, place at the First Presbyterian church there and the rins ceremony was read by the father of the bride- grooiri. The bride was given in. marriage by her father. Mrs. ^Ceil Cooper of Gilmer attended the bride as her matron of honor and Misses Barbara and Beryl Bolron were bridesmaids- Henry Graves of Paris and Wilbur Hart of Cooper were ushers, Mrii. Joiner is a graduate of Lon Morris College and received her degree froiu Trinity University. She is also an accomplished musician and has for several years been pianist at the First Presbyterian church in Jacksonville. ilr. Joiner received his degree from Trinitv University^ and is also a musician, being a vocalist of note. The couple left, for a short wedding trip and after Ausrust I will be at home in Paris, -where Mr, Joiner is connected with the Texas Power and Light Company. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. "William P. House! have gene to Austin for 3. visit- , Mr. and Mrs. James L. Cokerj -of Elsa: are visiting: relatives here, j IOWA'S QUADRUPLETS POSE FOR A FAMILY GROUP The Lawrence Wycoff family of Sac City, ta~, Increased to nine children by the arrival of the now-famour quadruplets, is shown in its first group picture. Seated By the babies, left to right, are the father; Lawrence, j'r, 7; Charles, 6; Bobbie, 4; Lois, 3; Norma, 18 months, and Mrs. Wycoff. (Associated Press Photo) their horae ia Greenville. Mrs. Means firsts accompanied by Miss Florence Eackel for an extended visit. Mrs, David Beatie left Saturday inoriiisg: for Virginia Beach, Va., •v\-here she •will join Mr, Beatie for a month's stay before returning to their home in ^Tetr Tork. CHURCH ACTIVITIES Swastika Bridge Club Meets On Thursdav Buffet Supper Compliments Bride-Elect Miss Leota Leverett, bride-elect of William .FInney. was compli- ineRted Friday evening by the em- ployes of i&e J. C. Penney store •with a buffet supper and kitchen shower given on the back lawn of the home of Mr! and Mrs. R. H. Finney, A color scheme of green and white-,, the bride-elect's chosen colors, \ras carried out in the appointments of the six small tables where the guests were seated for supper. In a contest held during the evening Mrs. Grace Holmes and Morrison George won the j>rires which they presented to the honoree. Those present, besides the honoree and Mr. and Mrs. Finney. were the following employes and their friends: Miss Martha Hutchins, house truest of Sliss Leverett, of Hoitston. Mrs, Virsie Perkins. Mrs. Grace Holn es. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Price. Mrs. Dick Harper, Mrs. I^eo Burton. Mrs, J. Chenault, Mrs. Will "Wisely. Miss Marjorie Jones, Elbert Clark. Miss Margaret Holt, Morrison. George. Miss Lou House, Jack Finney. I>r, and Mrs. J. L. Leverett and r>r. and Mrs. A. L. Jones. EAST PAKIS PRB-SCHOOL. ASSOCIATION I/A\V>- I'AliTS Mrs. Paul Backer and,, little dazighter. Mary Alice of Beverly Hills. CaL, are here to visit Mr. •nd Mrs. Pete Backer on Sonth Si~ht^*?rith street- Wedding to Take Place Mondav iloss Sod^ers is here froi Bartlesville, Okla.. visiting friends. T. 3- Pyron of Potvcerly town Sarurdaj". tt. CHOICE OF THRU WIDTHS i or &^> Bridres, elder cz-zghter of Mr. and | Koah. T. Brackeen visited in 1 Mrs. 2-L C. Brlciz-es to j. "W. Ables^ \ Paris Saturday from, his home irt Abies of Blossom, vrill be solemn I I i^ed. Monday evening: at S o'clock ; Miss Alena r"ang-io Is in Shazs.- 70 Clarksville street. j ~ —__— - . . i - ! Miss Pauling Moseley • has re. Miss Scott Entertains I ^Ttl^if"" a " ^ we **s vis,,. • In Fort Worth \ i Tse fcllowir-s- s-ocial item of in- I Miss Isabel M-anton Teft Friday i terest Zocs,Iiy is reprintec from ''. "or Antanllo to vi=;t a school j the. Fort; "vVorth Star Telesrram of ; friend. } Friday: ; ] Miss Mary Elisabeth Gregory.: T. P. (He<5) Williams of Dallas, j,-^^^. -^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^,, — _ . -— **-^ ..^.^ _ _ -..» f luncheon at the WIncemere tea i I room ^iven by Miss Hieanor Ann ; Mrs. G. S. McCan'ey of Port ^ I Scott, of Paris -with 13 sr-ests. .be- : Arth-cr. is visiting' E_ s. Olsen and j sices the honcree and the hostess^ familr. SOS Bonham street. en j Miss G-resory ha= visitec in = " " B \ Paris, often as the sruesz of Miss j - Ir __ T _ M _ Tv-;- Iev of --^rdorr ,,. . "" : ter havfng- been a patient at the - ^/- . - —•••_-, he^^ 1 »i~ss ^? r ~ j ~~' i i -$L a*— - « r , tVEKT *«ST SfXI...,, !tenein^"-£ S.'c.'w.'jn De^r. and ; a " Jose ? R nospita.. WEIHGARTEN'S MIDmery I -week . j Dupre-Kunkel It Clarksville Paul H. ~ O>s "a., "who bb of r"ort To*vson. s been a patient at Sajiitarlum of Paris wa T'-riss Xxjrrairie Pr^stor. o nor operaiiOT, a* the St. $";* L "^^ SENSATIONAL VALUE ! ACASH SPECIAL For Tfe» Week onlv! A special Introductory Qj~ /«r, for this Week Only, to M&ke A'eic Friend-s For Our Wonderful Line of VANETTE HOSIERY ! Jr., fractured h!s arm. Friday »ve- ; nin?- and was taken to the St. Jos• eph hospital for treatment. : returned frcm a visit ~K~i--'n relatives at Boons an-5 other N'S^h CaroHna r«c PAIES FOR hi.-0-e Hose,, 7.&c pr.. FAIRS FOlt , , . T-frs. B<r-b Cal Mr. ar.<; iJrs. Graham street. 3-1 rx. Pauline A;;er;. o e. rr.-e. 5? Graham L. "w;T! H. Ca.n":r;-r.>ei! wno r«s-- } cent:*' h.a*2 a major OT>*:ration ^.t | St. J'o«M?rr'5 hos~-!ta; is Jr^provins: id 5s 3,1-s. George G riff itli and -Mr. and Mrs. I^uther Ho-K-srton leave Saturday for a motor trip to the Grand Canyon an<i to Teliowstone Nation a! nark. Billy- _>lac Bnznett of Arlinston, •^-ho has heen s, patient at tne Sanizariurn o'f Paris for several days, ret-umed. to his home Saturday, FIRST FKESBYTERIAX The Swastika Bridge club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bill Vfckers -svith Miss L-ella King as hostess. Higrh score \VO>1AX'S AtrXULIAIiY I awards were won by Miss Evelyn i Craljo and Miss Hlizabeth Rod- The Woman's Anxiliary of the | se rs; Miss Mary Fay Sparks re- First Presbyterian church will j ce ived low. After the Barnes a hold its regular monthly business j delightful salad coarse -svits served meeting- at the church Monday by the hostess assisted The East Paris Pre-schooi association will have a lawn party and ice cream supper Tuesday even- in :r at T o'clock on the lawn o* the home of Mrs. Bufor<j Sperry. 56* Culbertson street. afternoon at o'c-ock. COUNTY BAPTIST W.M.r. MEKXCN~G TUESDAY 1 ^_—^^^ i L^mar County Baptist • rceets. Tuesday morning at •: 15 o'clock for an all day meeting ] '.vith the Hoxton Baptist, church- j Every member is requested to be f Present as officers for the nc^st t\vo 1 ;-s=rirg -R-ill b-e elected. j the hostess assisted by Mrs. Vickers and Miss Rod^ers- The. next meeting -.rill be held at thp- h.oir.e of ifiss Mar;.- "^ ^t>5 South Eighteenth street. FIRST BAPTIST . CIRCLE FTVE >£EETIXO Circle 5 of the First Baptist church meets Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of - Mrs. 1,-owe EutJer. ITS East ^WashiE^ton street, for a lesson in Royal Service., First Methodist Young A People Have Banquet About 70 members of th» Toun* People's department of the Fiwl Methodist cburch ehjbyed a. bin-... ^uet at the church Thur»d*y" iV- <-aingr, which carried out th* i»tt- rlotic idea. Th* menus w«r¥ im the shape of a liberty b«U In rtd paper with white lett«r» ^ind: tt*d with blue ribbons. Ray -Wuhwih and his orchestra furnished th* music duringr the entertainment.^ The chairman of arrang for the banquet was Clark Jr.; the program committee composed of Mary I,u!a. . Harolyn Anderson, Rex Smith. Richard Stringrfellow, with Mr aisd ilrs. Joe Wur-sch as *pon»ora- the menu committee was Margaret Hathaway. Martha Jo Ho*an, Mary Strong. Billy Charles Nobles. Preston Thomas St&eley and 8ok Kimball. with Miss Virginia Gervers .aa sponsor; the invitation committee was composed of Ruth Barnes. Donald Bureham. p. J. Kuykcri- da!5, Ktoise Pence, with sponsor. Miss Mildred Blackburn; the defft- ration committee: Jane Elizabeth Gibson. Betty Jean Glaze. tVarrefi Simpson. Allan Ad-en witn Clark Estes as sponsor. Paris Girl Marries Windom Man In Hugo Mr. and Mrs. G. B. CampbeH announce the marriage of their daughter, Xina. to J. P. Riddles, son of Mr. and ^Irs. J. M. Riddles o? \Vindom. Texas, which took place on Jitly 4. at Hugo. Oklahoma, th<»"~Rev. W. A. R€»bert» sj performed the oeremonyi The couple wa.« attended by Mr. td Mrs. Xlxon "Wilson of Parish" and GIRLS*. AXD A3IBASSADORS The Girls* Atndliar>- and. th» Royal Ambassadors of th» First Baptist church met Friday morn- ins a-t the home of Mary Nell Ausmas. 231 Bast Price street. The lesson was led by Mrs, H. -C Afterwards served to thfc 15 present, • j_fr. r., H. Stark is reported to be j in a. critical condition at the St. 5 Joseph hospital •with blood poLsc-n j and er^-sipelas after an infection j of 3. minor injury" received o." a f rr sorae tirns aso in Ok-| ... BAPTIST CIRCXJE MEETS Circle 3, First Baptist church. .eer^ Alonday cftei~noon at " clock •with Ivlrs. Ola Gain, I5t> South Twenty-sixth street. Shopping FLASHES Picked Up Around Town Sir. and Mrs. C.' D. Purdon and Bl'jff street, Jimmie ihornpson ar.c B. I. rdan^ Jr.. Iea.vft Sunday for a day motor trip to San Antonio. s^n S.T^Q ^**i!^ ^^^nd a J ^*v with them at Medina !=»k». Mrs. jc,. A. Armstronsr and H"- tl* daugliters. Thelnia and Bc-tt:e soeTi-d t.^^ "^"-"'^k-^-ri-c- ^-Trs. Arni — strong arid daughters will continue o ', to Terrell for a visi* with re-Tat iv*»s. Mrs. Clara K^e'.:"?- ^r..d s'.-r.. Trs.v;c, O f Chilcress arr;v.;d c-v-? r . ian-5 Saturday to visit her mother. Mrs. DorotEy Thosipson. They "•"^rr 2'"•-"'ornpa.c;^d Jieri? 03-' Mrs, A, yi. Pa.ge_ Jr.. of Juanah,_ who •?.-;;; x"i*:t h*?r ' mother. Mr?- .J. H, SurT^ett c-f Po^'^erly. Mrs, Z-e^ca, Pruitt of Cna.ndlsr, Arizona, sister of Mrs, Kusrh X. Hyrsphr^y here. has arrived t»r. Mr, a.nd Mrs. Oai} J-ohnson ar.'l zv.-o children to gpei!*i The rernaLn- •^^r of lh» «x;rr.r,-:er at 25 Es>:t ^V.JLshinsrtor: street. FTRST METHOUI5T CIKCUE 1 Circie 1 of First >Iethodist church meets with Mrs. J. T. Cor.- j way and Mrs. C-oorge Thcbo. IZ" \ Clarksville streer. Monday after- | noon at 4 o'clock. i Family Reunion and Picnic At Reno Hoic About Handkerchiefs ? Is lliere a gvirKr-a-way aaft, sh<yvvcr or T>ritJ$:e prize? JL liave ntrfcr «ceu such ex- varietiei? of vlaiaty linen or ^port ?it3-Ics. ClKtrminj? 14 hx'ii sixe- rauginzr in j>risre< froin 2oc f<» S1.<M>. Xhc^e axe feai-tired at UM? Part.-iaa Sat Shop where all the --latent" styles come A family reunion w-as held Wed- ries^ay at the home of 3tr. and Mrs. M. W_ Cleer-': of Reno. About 25 Tfvere present and a picnic icss under the trees on the Those present v,-ere Miss Mary Clecre of Tu~caioosa. Ala... 5.1 r. and Mrs. Wirt Buster ar..d ?a:n:ly of r""=it—•T-!i»<Mr ^TT- i—/* "VTi-fi T T*~ »„ *s. v *I; *TSij, ^f.i . , d.; ^w J*. . i^_ w * » « . Clesre and sor.. John. Jr.. of easiness, ilr. and J»Irs. V.'. R. Cleer^ asd famUy of Atlanta, Mrs. J. JJ. "Dodson and dauchtcr. Miss St-uie Dodson. ar.u ^ra7i5«5aushter. Cli^r- jerse •'K'iiliams of I^impk.iln, Misses Tennie Ixj-u and AustsHe Cicero, Grafton, an<i Duane Ci^crc of Reno, jrues-rts were Mr ar.<5 J. R- X^^b^rrj- of Part*. Too Hot to Eat* Do You Knoic of dimity too trlrwtned in Irish point. £ yoa ptnr- cha.sc on < ot those EmtTSOR fair* tHat «re on «ale at TCODI* I* o w' e T. a ird.- Ugbt Company. J< inch Sea Gult at' SS.OO to .15: inch Oscillator. S24.fO. M a <* t h- c electrics t h « r -•*.' too. ?T E Tf ice cream staiion at S ClarksiHlc Strc«. Bocdcker's i»e\v retail sliop. ii^re yoa *,^n gtrt a "Jomb*.* " for the kkl- in tw«ity-on« flaviw*. AI.-o pints and qaart> at pre- tas'iine prloo. They feature This exclusive '-Tot'* .«Iw?a!<l be a Joy to the of Pari?. // You Are Going Atc<Tf Looking In SOX IS BORX A son. -who has been r.arsjcii ilariOTj Day, -SV3H born to Sir. and ^Crs. M. D. ErnJM?r»<sR, Saturday ?: at lh» St. Joseph hc-a- Reduced For The First Time In Oar History not isaeern like such a e;s.£h- cut. fctst wh^n you ?.<--e This "irontSerfa! line *of HosJ€-r>- an p»r* ft -wstb other lina* in its pric« -563ig*, yoo'U realise at onrr-c iust -whsr A m^rv^tovs \'a.!ut? i hi* rea-iy i.s., A^ «T the r.ewes* »h*<5es. A I! afcsointely y. No ciosw-onts. Xo sp«ci*.j K, J-ust R reaJ honest, to £(XxJ- -»«ss. va!a«. Tr>' &• fsair or two—you'I; 'l» •& r«g^J*.r eastomer" WEINGARTEN'S EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY *oimi. Mrs. O. T-. Boyc*. Johr. ^•i^-ar'i r-d Gr .c", Boyc*. Mrs, B^r;y Fj*i<J"j *- < - Mrs. John Sparger has rc-turr.^-5 to h*--r hojr;* in r5a!Ia» af'^r Rp^riiS- 'TSC- the Tre*>r ?i*^r* "wfth h^r zi^.^r, f. Harry Baker. visitjnjr .h«r fa.th*r, John Kackel, 3<*ft for Bcayrriont -where »h* Mrs, M«an» wlil mak* th*Ir j home, UnilJ recently they ma<I.« ' the First Baptist chyrch. tfc« •I tor. the Hev. J, P. N*a! c j After *p«n<l*ng two ittontha ai I Atifft'n. they will .b« at hom* ir. 'j Cc*«*t€. 1 Mrs, Z>:uj?re is th« <Jau«hter of Mr. and Mr*. John Kunk«l h«r«. a. «:nw!!*at« cf Ben ton hi&h scbool and B*ylor wnivensitj* J For ttus past .«evera.I years 1 ha*' r>c*n cons*-cted vrlib I ,-c,>3«S't» ««rli;Cw!<^ «wl}.*t*..- "Mr, 1 i» *tlil*tic director. CoiBpIete Closcout On All White Shoes At FAMOUS KNOCKOUT SALE Reductions Range From 35% to 50% On Entire Stock M«ny Style, To Select From at *1.45 and *1.95 FAMOUS SHOE STORE Alexander's vUmlow I *o.\v tiw: most hcautifut ssct of ds>!Krs. A Uiirty-two piece **ct for only TI»ree separate iw»tt«nt> stith pretty fIO"w~ercd dc- Polly Anna went in to thl*. They *re on special ffir a short while »n«J jBh« feel."* S« vrocld J>»? \\ortf « joar tinsc to go dow-n towrn and see them. XIxs atmo5pi»ere in Alexan- dfT'si tH #f* pieosant that Polly Ann& stuck around a while finding ottwr Jisterrvtmc nttrnc- flons. Anr»onff ti»e«c of on a •»»".•» tlon you ms«. K t hav« one of the n*rvv f c 1 t *. black. hroivn or navj. If your trtf.» Taints east. we?t or nortli, you will find *"Tf»e Aristocrat" the To Brook Hollow Tea Koom. It's* the lilacs Fvc picked Owt for t!n^ ** advance m o ? t i T h i s * I»at Is TWU oo *U*plAy In t h e j xftmffro- at tl*e I'arislan Hat <£ h i> p on t»te .Phone Keep CooZ crn<J Happv Speaking of Unusual Value* I*oll>- Anna foun<! s«o nuuiy The c price of While 5hoj»ptnsr nronnd I delighted to find that littfc Ice Cream parlor of HEN'SHAW'S on on Ij>»»u»r A While m«8M«J«rrii>c jtroaitd in UMJ jttorc my *«**nUon %*a« c»!I- ed to a prctry hrltljcc s*et of I*ofly Anna In- tcntJonail} dropped fn at tbr Comer Bros: S t o r « while t>rtyw*in£r «r<rnnrf, Slue spied the little c »m p chair for the I-kldim And lo! ft bad tine <-<trU?*t 3foi»*e printed on Don't fail to '««« it. you ic**t your of Tl»ej al*o •nerve and cold drink*. "<i«;;!!j;r j»nd Sm-ice" Is their motto. Plwnc 22« for order* delivered fo yotir snowy white .... aiwl >fr. BU- re*«Jn<1<xi me Uvnx the of fjflcfn piecrw •«*»»» only of hacfc* f-t»fl<lr* !t », Ice rrt.m.Tn, At tlw *'AH \\1tii*; the fjumar Cr«*«»n»«r>, the of pawtcwrlwsd jirade A milk found * t»tu*y <Ttmd \mt wlw JUH! S: looktna: ho!«k«t.*. . for tip* hcrr. A at for so maoh <*hc . . . , hot *«IK? rnttst titirry to fimf Jn a baby *raiM] pf- for « If you wNl phone ?f* milk «tn be tfdtoeraiv'itt hof**c and If yow f* your rvfrl«irr*ior, —If roc Imve «n uprtcltt fo «»- chJttiftv It will Iw to ]o»r Inter- r*t H> ?icr w», H«f*ry I*. Mayer

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