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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 4

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Society GUI rches Club s Social Affairs Continue to Focits on Bridal Courtesies Make This Model At Home Paris News Daily Pattern bride-eleot o- ^ 1 -- r ^Nflss Isabel Thielen **ri<iav ivith a. luncheo priV^Vdfeingrc^^the^Gibral-.^^^ __ Margare . E , e!; . j^. | .. . „ , "V *"%-.'" rt .sU- t-el Thielen and Miss Peyton's! bridal party and a. -*.-v. " ^w-j^—t•^•"'eci ;i -S" -..--»'-** -* w»-»».-—» »•—-- _ .sJs. s«.i*civ ~"7>, rt •: Bess Furey, Martha Crook, Rosa- ; raond Morgan, Sugenia Ezeli. Mr*, i -ulsters. Mrs. "Williard I_ogan of '•. Nashville. T>nn. and Mrs. J. P. , Dunklir- of Nashville, Ark. \ tar hotel for n-.ember* other jruests. The table, which, ivas in a T snar>e had a clever arrangement -of a miniature bridal procession down the length of it S.TC.& crystal bowls of pink and rose Htigh Pat Anderson Has crepe myrtle formed a colorful floral centerpiece?- The- place cards also carried ors; the pink and sreen mot::. The- hostess presented the fconoree with lir.en, and to the out-of-to-svn -quests she presented sport Jiankerciiels. == \vere rnar^ea -O. -^-» _._ 'jiv.^hday cake, iced in white i Birthday Party Mrs. Huarh Anderson en terrain- day of her son. Kiiga Pat, Saturday afternoon at the home of his grandmother. Mrs. TV. H. P. Anderson, on P:ne Bluff street. Games. "K-ere placed, after \vhicli I*vereti>ilis3 Martha Hutchins ^ d ,_ foar ink Cari<51e5; , was ; of Fort Worth. Miss Dorris ^ n- ; ^ ^ ^_^ ^^ .^ ^ & ^ ^ j liasis, 3f iss Elizabet r of For: 'Worth, Miss •Catherine IDonala Black of Pink. cups. Pink candles and ani- j ma! cookies -were gives as favors } to ihe foliotvins: small guests: ) Clarksville. Mrs. L-eland xlamrnsn, •. p.^^ Wear ; Jr , _ 4nn cleaver. ! Misses Mary Jo and ^eorgia o. ~j i:rrn ^ arjd ^^ Burroughs, Ira | IVodson Blaekb-um. Pars:-- Cross. ! „ , „ , "\VeI-2os Ciarkson. Thomas Morie i er. Margaret Eseil, £--ar!y .r-.iem.iTis: the hostess. 3£ayse. ]Lou:e Fleniinc. I_t;ciile Callovrav of Z>eniscr;. Olivia Htint- and the honoree. Paris Girl Visiting lit Qhio Jf pgrfr _ > nT Marriage to Take Place FoUmcing Social Lrents FoHo ^-: ng: is itein taken from Miss SZatherine Fe^r wil] honor T he society" columns of the Spring- Miss 3L.-e=rerett with a breakfast | field, (Ohio) Ne^s Trhich will he! Sunday -morning- at the home of ; c ,f interest locally. Miss Helen j -Mrs, IMidley Etibbard with, -srhorn ; TTrisrht is the daughter of Mr. aud ] she makes her home wMle in Paris ; ^irs. John G, ^Vrirht, 150 South 1 on Mosday the parents of the • Main s~reet_ ] groom-elect. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. ; Dinner parties both. large and | "will give the rehearsal small, •will add to the - rsrogram for • lor the betrothed- couple : the Springfield Cotillion Club's | . auS. bridal party. . last of a series of -eigrht: dances 1 The -credding: -K-ill take place ; Tuesday at the Springfield Cotintry j Tuesday evening at 5: 30 o'clock ; Club. Outranking: all of these of- i ,a.t rhe Central Presbyterian chiirch : fairs is a dinner ^rhich Miss Ora [ 'after •which s. reception "will be • Janet Quinn •will grive .prior to the \ •Iselc at the home of the bride's . dance at the home of her parents, i 3>arents, Dr. and Mrs. J. I-, X.-ev- ! Dr. and Mrs. Williazn B. Quinn, I TJF «rrett. j 2110 S. Kijrh st, dinner ^riH be' LOTS OF YOT3TG TBDLXGS ARE MAKIXG THEIR FROCKS Paitt«rn 1739 By AN:NE ADAMS If you have a daughter between eight and .16, let your glance- linger on this pretty frock: But maybe you are one of the sweet young Things yourself . , . lots of girls are making their frocks these days. "Well, why shouldn't ifcey? ri you liave a Travel Bureau Help To It's nothing to do pattern like this that anybody can follow- so easily. There is chic in the rippled shoulders which are part -and. parcel of a inost flatterins: little yoke. Se-e how it buttons in the back. And the best conies last , . . have an eye to ihe little frills! They may, of course, be omitted. Pattern 1. is available in "sizes S, 10. 12, 14 and IS. Size 14 takes U ;"!-S yards 35 inch fabric ajid 1 3-4 yards ~ inch ribbon. Illustrated step-by-step sewing instructions included. Send F1ETESX CENTS CIScj In coins or stamps tec-ins preferred) for this Anne Adatas pattern- vTrite plainly name address and sryle number, BE SURK TO STATE S3ZK. The smartest Tvarm Tveather fashions, the newest faiarics.' and the Summer season's outstanding accessories are illustrated and described in the NEVT AlxTCE AD- AJilS PATTERN BOOK FOR SUMMER- ORDER YOUR COPT OF THIS HELPFUX. NEXV SUMMER 3OOE1. PRICS OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PAT- TKRN. TOGETHER. TTTENTr-- FI VS CENTS. Address orders to The Paris Pattern I>epartmest, 243 est iTtfc Street. New Torfe City. } The office of the Travel Bureau 1 which is located in Caddel's store 1 and is usder the direction of Mrs. Morgan* Alexander, has this xveek been moved from the mezzanine floor to the second floor of the store- Many Paris people and persons iron: surrounding towns have taken advantage of the excellent service offered here and every week people leave here for Chicago by way of the Mack all-expense reasonably priced tours which are features of the bureau. A stucter.t tour is scheduled to leave here for the ^Vorld's August 1 which Mrs. Alexander j will nersonally chaperon. j Besides the Chicago tours, aj group is being formed which will j leave here August 4 for Mexico j City, and anotner one that will go to New York, TTashington and many other eastern points, leaving here the same day. f picturesque east ; t. PRUETT AT MAXEY SATURDAY! If is* Made]nn Crairim-d | Terrace of the Qiiinn home, covers; '• I MISS -VLOaeiQn ^raiffOra | being laic for S2 g^ests. This ! Ftmeral Set for 1:30 o-OpCfc Sun- Is Honored Saturday I number will include M!ss Helen I day Ar >It- Veroop Cemetery i ' Complimenting Miss Madelon \ "Wrigat. of Paris, Tei.. who is! — '• ' - . . | CraTSTford, whose marriage to Job j visiting at the home of Mr. and! TV. R. ?ruett_ 75 year old. resi- [ 1^ Sammc-EC will iak« place nest ! Mrs, Charles T., Txjcjcett, 252 S Bel- ; dent of Masey, died at his home | Saturday, .Mrs. J. 1*. Sam-mend. ;mont av., and Miss- Xancy Geds-e. ; there Saturday evening" at-- 7:15 i Mrs, Sa Tolbert sind. Mrs. Leonard i who with her parents, Mr. and : o'clock. The funeral rites wfil be J .Short, mother ana -isters of :he \ Mrs. Frank Gedge. of I5es Molnes, i held at 311, , -Vemon cemetery. ! €ro.oin-to-be, en-.ertaine-i with a * Iowa, is a guest in the city. Mr. i where burial- 1 will be .made. The; linen shower Sa.tprd.ay afternoon • a^a ^rs, Gedge and Miss Vaucy | Rev. J, TV. MJUlgaa of JTnity, Bap- \ at Mrs. Haaan:one's "borne on I-a- ; formerly resided at 26t> Circ!» d--l i tist minister- wii! conduct the ser- -' Jnsr ^avenue. ^The^nome was <3«co- ' Springfield, - ! vice, and pallbearers will be S^.rn .; "^- ** *~* c^*-—-*•-— *-- •-* -.^ •• - -.- T- •• _ I ^iirt^n. ^-^eurv ^iaii, *jcs \.,neai,— & ojt^.co-r scheme of pink and j 5oc£Q/ ^^^^ p^^^ j -^ Vi^CIoad. Dock I>rak, and | Leaves To Study Contract Honors __ Bride-Elect ^^'"t •.. Miss Satherine Peyton and Miss a-c Mr Mary "Virginia. Johnscr. er.t-rtain- wi:: honor zh ed in. honor of Miss 1,-ec-ta L«ever- -p/::h s. rehears* ett. with s:^ tables of contract Sat- eve-;r.g. — ; a morn:ng coffee or: "^"esfiiesdav! Xethie Shaw who lives in j-i.:ssis- : rrominc- given bv T-Iis? G-er-rsia S. •«'-*.—-i Mayse. and a buffet supper ; Ke had lived in the Ma^iey c-jn":- . Thursday evenir..?- which w:" be ; mu^itv many year?- engaging in SMARTEN YOUR APPEARANCE WITH CROCHET-SUGGESTS LAURA WHEELER CROCHETED ACCESSORIES PATTERN 698 CHURCH ACTIVITIES BONHAM STKJEET METHOBIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS The Bonham Street Methodist ^Missionary society meets Monday afternoon" at 3 o'clock with Mrs. street, for Hugh Harvey on Spe a regular social meeting:. Fred Kirov- and Mrs. D. H. -TVor- sham will be assistant hostesses. Mrs. Elrie Wilson will have of the lesson- Here is a chance for the cro- cheter to enha.nce" her .O'w-'n \viird- robe-or deHsht some friend with crocheted accessoriesT the snjart note in dress today. The aJl-cro- chet collar and cuff set £tbe cuffs do for glove cuffs, top), is a de- sigri that is as-^striking; as it is simple. The second set, the last word in daintiness, has crocheted medalliorsa is* flower effect, trimming the edge. The body of the bib vest and cuffs is of net. These sets both, are equally good for summer or Ttrliiter dresses. So if you are provident you, will quickly do these now and start your stock: of Christmas gifts. The beret—very smart in cotton, chenille or a, wool of similar tv-eight, has-a rib effect as an outstanding feature. This gives the beret a. decided pa-ttem. Pattern €9"S comes to you wish. detailed directions "for making: the } articles shown: Illustrations of all 1 the articles and the stitches used: and material requirements. Send 10 cents in stamps or cola | (coin preferred) for this pattern to The Paris News, Needlecraft Dept., S2 EScrhtb Avenue. Xew Tork. N. T. Shower Given Thursday Compliment* Bride Complimenting Mrai. J. f.:- dles, formerly Mis» Nina. Mr«. Earl Gutfari* a. miscellaui*ous «bow«r Thursday evening at h«r liom"«» 29£ South Twentieth atreet. % The hostess was assisted in serving refreshments by 3Cri. JRaJph Young and Mrs. Jesse Stewart, sisters of the bride. Ninth Birthday I» -1*1 Honored %ith Party Mrs. J. B. Teel honored th«^ ainth l^rthday anniversary of h«r daughter. "Wanda, with a party at her hoia«,-SS West Houston street. The gaesis Tvere Bobbie T«*l." Syble Sink. Evelyn Ha.ll, Gordon Bissers, Elizabeth "West. Bertha Joe West, -Adrean Armstrong, ; Billie Joe Woo ten. Geneva "Wilson, Myrel an^ June TeeL Dance to Be Held i ^Miscellaneous FIRST BAPTIST W. >f. S- I MEETS MONDAY } The \V.M.S^ of the First Ba.p~ j tist church will meet Monday aft- ternoon at 3 o'cioc-k at the church. ; Mrs. T. D. Wells will direct tie lesson, which will be taJcen from L-uke, chapter 17. Tuesday Evening | Given Recent Bride FIRST PRESBXTERIAX WOMAN'S" AUXILIARY Woman's Auxilia2r>' of the First Presbyterian church meets Monday 2-t 4 P. m. at the home of Mrs- Frank Lar.grford. on Clarksville street, FIRST CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY DEPARTMENT MEETING The Missionary departrnent of ihe First Christian church will hold a meeting at tne church Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Th-e subject, of th« lesson will be "Ocr Testerdays." with Mrs. A. M. McCormick as "leader. NEW ERA CTuASS HAS PICNIC aome on i-s.m daisies and o People r=r= ^or Extended Trip :-.r- Mr. an€ Mrs. Th:- : ^- *-^, -v „ «, : - -^.^ - —v —- '• €:C Party Honors Visitor From Midland Here TUadeira. lir.er_ ws.s Tror. by Miss : ^? f°" s- niotor tr;p -.vh;-: 3Sa.-rihA Crook. The hc-sfrsses pre- -. t=i-:e them f:rst to Detro,'. he honcree -w-iih a reflector ••"' -r..o Oar.£c.a to i~rc.r, Oliris Hunter. L,ou;e F!ezrr:ng' %.?,* /^•u i-v.-ho is visiting- here, fron"; ji:c.;aric:. '"-Vo ^ The evening- -xas sp-ent in playzns T"'-"-u--a-" I*"--^ Vr.r«—s.s,r r»-e '• br:ds:e arc other e-arr.es- bp.""-' s-"^" "5-B-"" -^.".V"^V TVC. >-A-™ ' I^E-t^-r in the evtnlnsr refresh- Kr:.s-".ar.-5 states ard N*TI- Tork. | mer.tj? -.v*re ser-.-eri *•-.• thfr no-r.or-^ I— Grea'T/rv. '>fr, a---? "-Try U*-a--* t S-^-rr rv^bb**- 'V'a-ve Mavd^I;*: Pat- ; » - T " : "rSdv E "p; o ; d . Ai^rt 3ea .i ei : American Legion •.urn to Parls.--.she. will c-pe^s a siu- Mr. and.- Mr?. H'ranfe 'Goc-ie. sccorr;pariy Mis*? ; jOod*!-to J-o? An- g-ei^s anc iviU visit h=;r ^rranc'S:'- ris TTiI!iarr.s Hl:=^e:h Alexander. , ^-* r «^«:' For Visit and . — : Others Return Home | Ji Mrs. Jo-r P.rre:" anc Albe: : Kyle Onie^pie, C5.1a^-e;: KJrr.ba'-l- : TCarrltor; TTc-rtham. I>K k Mc'Vhert- ; ier. L^>u:s Ere-wn and Dick Price, i Aiixlliarv Meeting i Lamar Study Club ; Selects New Book* Th"jr?.Gay afternoon at 2:3') '.-'c'.vrk -.-.-.rh :.Ir«. GUJ= Cothran at h*r horne on Xorth M.'tin «tre-=-*: r.T jrjr-th^r, i-?r=. K. "^V. Ko"];e w;" "'-5 u=s:starii h<a*tes.s. Mrs. Evan Csn'-- ^•r'or: wili have charr«5 c-T *>•>* "Tr--- The quilt contest of the "Sra. class of the First Methodist Sunday scbool ende<i Tliursday with a picr.ic at Lake Crook. The q-cilc was awarded Mrs. Xima B-ea- vis. 3*5 Claries viUe stre-et. CT..ASS The Ixjy&ity Bible class of the First Presbyterian church me: Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. C. "VCyrlek. The feature cf the afternoon ^ra-s a. review of th» book. "A I-aTnb in His Bo«orn." sriT-en. by Mrs. Hucrer.e McCJuney. c-me: Th* Native's Returr,. L-ouis ^;= arj .j; C - ^^v*.:: >Ier. Came Bacx. varr;-"k Deepir.?: I»f-er; In V."hi**; Famous Horsewoman Arrives to Give Riding: Instructions Mr*. Claude Dre-»% i-?truc;or in horsemanship at Christian CO*;*?:*' Js Coturnbia, Mo.. -will arrive Monday in Paris to s';ve a. course in riding jn^rrtjctior.s. Her classes will be con<iUcte3 iri the -ridinK 1 riKB 1 at the Paris SadcHe ch.;b stsb'e* :T! the fair srrournis. Mrs. Dre-x- lx recosrr.'zed as on* in the United States and the local horse- enthusiasts are foriurjate in ?s •'"*-• having this opportunity to take ' erections frorr.. her. Paris Pron&ttnceg ar.d Mr?.. Pa: GTr.boss. --J r s Daugfcw 0>Cl *"i H^ch^s-on; V.-;th:r, this Pres^r.t. [ WeeiC J " ^ret Ayer Barnc* -' --» ' Ultimate Dinner for Bridal Pair at Bogota BOGATA- .dinner honoring- >Ir. [vOC.OvO Guinea Piers, by Arthur i ivs.-.ic'v ^T3--(? JT rc^is. frcn tiTt >c-. T. K. O. Fraternity Meeting Sunday Til". T.K..O. frat*rr;i:y wilt rr.«•<»*. The is •have ev»:^r I/ you <1r <el«&et.rlc:ty you";] love -•>* place <.'"r--r>. -K-^re Jai<J for is. the guests- *-ir:,p- rr>err:b-ers of the lrarr;e<I;2te fe:rii:i<-« and intimate frJer,-Ss. The .r:de srj^ groom are makins rhesr Joe comforts b « I lead Ocmrtesy" J14 Off to j Lion* Convention i Churrh s*r*:-e*. river /show of rr:*:^* '.•' the I Jo* Vl"vn*ch. premtfent o* j Paris L»ions <:iub. aoco:»pajtx«d *-'y " Mrs. "Wujssch, wil!.l«»vft Sari«.y at noon for G'r£.:;fi RapiSs. Mich., Mr. WunscSj v,-i;5 at:*n<5 a convention of L,5oas Ir3ierneti.onal which will ije 'h«I<5 Tuesday. Thursday of next H« I* the .otfkriih. 1 ! tdeiegr*,t« to the convfeiiiion from t.Sie Paris club., Mr. arid Mr*-. \Vun*c.h will po if. <"hi«'siffO j'rom Orann R»r>s<Jje. HENSHAW'S ICE CREAM FT; QT, 15^ 25^ Ft«e 22ft FINAL WEEK OF FAMOUS KNOCKOUT SALE Don't put off buyir-sr yoar ehoea . . . this 1* ly yoar last c«j to buy n 32 7 -3 per c*r «t to «r cent. SPECIAL BARGAINS Pairs of vhite oxfords, pumps, and straps. Regularly priced a* S3.95. On sale .._„.-. 102 pairs of S2.95 white shoes, mdudin^ oxfords, straps and pumps, A big feature item at .. FAMOUS SHOE STORE A dine*, sponsored by the Delta Sigma fraternity, -will be held on Tuesday evening at the STOith hall. Nat Tories and his orchestra, who are here straicrht from Club Monterrey in Springfield, Ohio, will furnish the music for the evening-. All arranseunents for the dance are being made by Winston Terr.el! and Sam Neathery. members of the iraternitv. ROEBUCK LAXE JPARTT A gro-tip ot Paris' girls.- chaperoned by Mrs, Gtss Enbarik. returned Friday evening from a three day stay at Roebuck lake In Oklahoma; The girlstvere Bonnie Jean Kubank. Jean Knos. Grace Grlffis. Mabel Dickerson, Thomas ant Frances Mrs. •ST. TV. Gurley and Mrs. C. B. TVebb entertained at the former's home on Sperry avenue, Fri- j day afternoon, with a miscellan- j ecus shower for ilrs. Beddos Gur- 1 Icy. the former Miss Dannie Z*ou j Spell. , :: After contests were enjoyed the gifts were presented in a decorated wagon by yoang Miss Caroline Cross. Refreshments were served j to 15 guests present- I Special This Week Only! Wave . . French Oil \Vave ...... Hollywood Beauty Sbop 95 South Joth Street Frances Bea^ley, Operator G one But F hope not forgotten.' While I am gone on a trip for aooiit ten days the, younger Wuasches," Joe and Raymond, will bs "in charge of this store. They know as much about it as I do anyway, and there may b» a, great many of my custom«r* who would rather trade iny boys. "We have *orne genuine cowhide a»«J other fine at tin* And, men, you are sot real ly trying' to keep cool un less you are Bearing;..'a Wunsch rnesh shirlC" Shopping FLASHES Picked Up Around Town how to gifi hunting- easy —avoid fatigue of crowds —give the newest gifts the best values —save - money —and come through smiling 1 K<-i*d Sl»oppi«ff Flashes in T1»c *vc sold you about this new method of rcronjknem w«v- «ris- No machinery — TK> eloc- trtdty. -Jost ib»» wmnn tlxsr It ft*s modernirinc that old bath roonj, or any form of plumbing. ca!l "Beilcntx^urt" Xo. 2235. Ijct hhn ?rii-c you an e«iima.«? oo any job of plnmb- Insr. Ifi;i ^ojran "I do cnwrs:- fMK^- Job?. ra^j^—an horns* pl«ml>er \vtio never fonrciw his tools. D O X * T G A MBI.E XV 1 T H T O *C K E1TESL It's vt <> ntetinies »ake<I eye to In poor lets*. Hovpcvcr. tf worn U>o*<r lens leave yonr cye>! in IXWMP^T* couditfon rt>an foritKTT- IT. \Ve> stand for first qa&llty pnxfarto ttiat aid ami maintain vision. Whlr*^ido JMK! Optlr<an«. 3O2 Bank Some bookM you shouM not miss — A Modern Trair«ly l»y FbyHi* Bentlcj, Anthony .-Vdverse by Hrrrcy AJlcn, Jjzunfc Is His by Caroline MiGer- several others on. O»r n<mtaj Shelf. Tea Cents a. Paris Pirl>»c Ubwiry. difficult for Xe*er let ic b* said Uwt Anna doesn't find tb« for feosy housewives. aronnd found clean, s«?ed store of . North Main you can parc&ase th« real dope to idH Ant»— ^fbr »n-side work «*c AntroJ Ant «r— ontsldc Cyajuco* Ant Mr. BcavU «iy» it \rfll <ntt«rmi- nat«- tn*? pc^Ts — orfter jr*ve ir a triaJ. It Its permanent 5F zc!w*iTC «nd new. by *n4 l«: Mrs, Banr tell yon a hoot tl»i?>. or phone 2075 for appointment «« faitli's Srodk*. a fcsrtlvc touch to owr next. partr that -win our honve while %hopj>lnjr arotind t <mme »cro«* tl*c ptece where yot» cstn ycvt yotii* wr\% injt done. yo**T button* co*rrt>d, and bcaatifitl hemstitch{rur »t Ikr * ynrd. Thli» pl»oe M» 17 Xorth 22r»rt s*rf*et— from l*art« Junior C&1~ If you arr «^ with tJic proM«rn of choosing » jtifr* for »o*i>«>nc •why not makr Jt a PHO- o f We all know *'Bocdck*r Ice Cream" but wlwrn it tf made up In ckrrirr n>old« (and they have the nns»r*t ones) it** a -Stwdlo on t*»« Flaxa fi«<! Mr. DavU \ C ry nnd crenrtslnjr the ; and >*klll In /%n<f aa sure you will be thor- <m«;I>ly «tit«nrrf with the ont- OOTTtf. drinks or flftfnc prc- ons .„ . are cat- Our f o u n t a In drinkx are don d Mana««*r of Tax! N*O. M>T Tfm!iwl*wi me chat their <*r» eqtiipped with Jumbo and va<*m>m rlcwmrd every day. It T # too hot to walk— <!»!! 107 for <*cr»lct! to any part of the city for fOc. On Um onti*fd« looktnr at John**on-Blllfa«j»ley'* found tJvwHS "CHcn In mWewAre that will «Ul»«r »»eat or cold and thoncht what fan If to ««Qfc wttk fcowl*

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