The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 17, 1934 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
July 17, 1934

The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Paris, Texas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, July 17, 1934
Page:
Page 3
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 3 article text (OCR)

JULY IT, 1M4 NEWS, Cotton Bill Blanks Here Supplies For Battkhcad Aet Administration to Be Distributed , Supplies for administration of the ^BankheaA Bill in Xjunar county * have arrived in th» county a.float's office and wil Ibc distributed to local comraitte^men as rapidly as possible, R. IX Ralph, adjustment assistant, said Tuesday Supplies 'include application blanks for allotments, forms- for giving necessary information and blanks to be'filled by landlords, Sir. Ralph said all supplies will be distributed by local committeemen, none bein£ issued, directly from the county agent's office. Supplies have also been received for use in measuring -land which i* covered by cotton acreage reduction contracts. A. L. Edtmas- ton. county agent, ha* called a To Relieve Chafing mtetin* of**H ~lo<»l •ommittee-j men for Thursday afternoon, at 1;*0 o'clock, Conunitteeinea vill be Driven supplies and instruction* at the meeting. Ko »uppli«t for u»e in administering the Banish ead Bill will be issued until *fter the land measuring is completed. ; Tags and, application blanks for tags to be placed on old cotton have also been received by the county agent's office- A, EL Ball of Minter will be in charge of tagsriag old cotton. Applications for tags -to be placed on old cotton may be had at the' county agent's office. All old cotton must be tagged,before August 1. BLOSSOM PRAIRIE PERSONALS, LOCALS BLOSSOM PRAIRIE. Jack Finch and his sister, Mamie, of the Bluff neighborhood visited relatives in'Mosley over the Tve,ek end. Mrs. Jack Harrison is able to be up but Mildred Harrison Is still ili with typhoid fever- The Baptist meeting at •'Mosley conducted by the Rev. Hub Norris closed Friday night. He resigned as pastor the Mosley church, organized two years ago. A Baptist meer&as. began at Fulbright Friday night, conducted - by the county missionary, the Rev. Mr. Porter. A great deal of corn has been canned in the Mosley community, since garden vegetables were scarce. A new stage curtain is being painted by Chester Woniaek for the auditorium of the Mosley school- The stoves have recently been repaired. A son -was bom ^Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs- L.uther Burchinal of the Mosley community. Short Course Trips Given! Five Laznar county boys and five sirls will &e given free trips to the 1934 Farmers Short Course at College Station, A. L, Edmiaston. county agent, said Tuesday. Two trips each have been given by the- Rotary club, the Lions club. Swift and coinp-acy, and four by the Paris and Lamar County Chamber of Commerce. The party will leave Paris for College Station Sunday. July 29. Trips to the short course were awarded on records made this year. Mr. iSdmiaston said. The five trips a-.varded to- club members by Mr. Edmiaston '-_weht to Nancy Puffer of Grayiand: Ray Duff* of Po«"3<?rb w : lv?<* Mc-Ewin of Chicota: Harmon Preston of Midway, and Silas Ladymon of Post Oak. IVOTE TRANSFERS CLOSE SATURDAY ROY NOBLES 5 FATHER 43ERL1X, C^.— AdoW * defence of -kit* Citizens Who Have" Moved From f Y^ A. Nobles of Paris, father IS SERIOUSLY ILL tioa oi Nazi reb»-:. t-zrue* JC*M*T to problems of th« ctMfcfc. -a. source of much. unrest. eta*- from ! of their TALJHINA LIONS TO TALK HIGHWAY SMALL ARSENAL IS CONFISCATED Men tt> Meet ^itb Club Members At Banquet Friday i TAJLIHJXA Ofcla. — | railon and financing The organi- of the Tali- HAVA2CA. Hold Funeral Tuesda Gilda Gray of ahimmy fame and her husband. Briceno dc- Saa, arc shown a* they received a cablegram from Spain informing th«m that de Saa had inherited th« title of baron and part of a Spanish nobi«man's estate valued in cxcet* of $1.000,000. De Saa is an attache in the Venezuelan aervic*. Gild* **«m* overjoyed at the pro*pect* of bteomina-a bareneHt.( Associated Prut Photo) ,_. t „ , i hina division.of the C- S. (£*?—A small arsenal !„.. , ..... ...~ , , ,. .-,,- ~*i association -will be discussed found secreted in a building: own- I . . T . , . _ _ .„ ... ~ ..- . „ - . . , iai the Lions club hano,uet Friday ed by the Onued States and which Bi ht £t the ^^^ churcb to once h«ised its legauon was con- U . h|ch the non . member bus!ness fiscated Tuesday by the Cac*n | „ men of Talihina have been invited. The business of the last meeting of the Lions club included an government. } Jefferson Caffery, American ambassador, turned the munitions over TO authorities after being in- • formed of their presence by Col. , Hug . o - in the interest of hfehwav Fulgericio Batista, commander-in- j associa3:ion by r>r. F - P- Baker acd chief of The Cuban army. i explanation of the zneetins' held at Approximately 500 rifles, a num- ; J. 15- Karper. ber of machine guns and a quan- iity of aTtiniTinition -were found in DR. WRIGHT -LEAVES •'Morning At English! ON TRIP THURSDAY DIVE IN! .—Funeral serv- { Dr. W. M. Wright, pastor of the ices were held Tuesday morning; at \ pi^. Baptist church, will leave English for Mrs. ?. B. Hunter, who f _. . k ,- „ „ . . died at her home near there Mon-J Th ** rsday n<K i f ° r ^ ew Tork m da>- after an illness of several j company with the Rev. J. R. Hick-weeks. i erson of Cornmerce. They will sail "• ; Mrs. Hunter, former Clarksville | from there July 25 on the S.S- resident. is survived txy her fc«»-1 Buropa for England. After a %-isit band and four soas. . ,•_ - . .. . __ •. • _ . . in Ijond-on they wQI continue on to Berlin for the "World's Baptist Alliance convection where £3 nations -will be represented. „ •""»Vs<2nesday ai^nt T>r. "Wright •w-fll review briefly the countries lie "«ill. visit and. inasmuch, as. this will be the^ closing service prior to liis departure it is hoped that a large .percentage of the member\ ship aud friends -will attend- The | service '•will be held in the main j audltorram and -svill be featured j with special music by the male I qtrartet- COOLJ>C »j» a plunge in the pool! ReCrcslimg as a sea-breeze! A bo*d of bearrle* •— milk or cream — and crisp, delicious HONEY rGROVEiLOCAL ;AND PERSONAL"NEWS CRASH KHJLS SIX EAJLi. (rPV— Six persons | the place, tvhzcli is in a suburb and | were killed and IS Injured In. a t is no longer used for official pur- {collision Tuesday between a street * poses. 'car and a. truck. •Ward Must Act Xow | of Roy Nobles, who is a patient { \ n a hospital at Sulphur, Okla.. is \ bishop I-ud\vi s Paris citizens who have moved | in . * S*^^"® condition, according to | of the government procraflk lir one ward to another since L^^f^JT^X^ ^ J** & ° n i Qnified ^"^^ Prot«*amt paying their poll taxes or^obtain-| g^ ^ SSh\:r ^- t^f .x^f » WWch h " ^^^ ^«™** ing exemption certificates have | -R-^^IJ^ "" ~- r ^~ i-'-t^j only a. few more days in which to '' " transfer. Saturday July 21. is the i last day on which such rransfers can be made, according to Tax Collector Clyde Humphrey. AJ1 who have not transferred are -urged to do so before Saturday night. The period for absentee voting: closes Juli' 23. three days before the election. According to reports from County Clerk R. V. Ha.mrna.ck. an unusually large- number of absentee votes will be cast this year. TONIGHT NAT TOWLES ORCHESTRA ON THE STAGE AT 8:35 'TOG OVER FRISCO" OX THTE SCREEN" WEDNESDAY ik YOlTRE TELLING - with - W. C. FIELDS ME " HERE COMES THE GROOM JACK HALEY — 'PATRICIA ELLIS Tuesday Wednesday A JSEAIi COMEDT GRAND "Wednesday and Tfaursdax IO HEADLINE SHOOTERS Romance of tl» Reels- Th* Wfl Volu* in €*r*ols A 1.7-3 ear-old boy recently when he Tell Srom a Xew .v/« • Bridge OB whiclj he was '•stunting-'* HONEY GKOVE-—Mayor T. r. j Williamson is reported in a critical j condition following an operation. { The Rev. and Mrs. EL M. Jones j arc attending the Methodist yotm^ I people's-assembly at Mt. Sequoyali. j Ark^ and Miss Dorothy Jone* is \ visiting Mr. and "Mrs. B. D. Gably j in Mt. Pleasant. _ j S. McKenzie of . Mesquiie are Vis- j iting Mr. and„ Mrs, J. O. McKen- j zie. ! Mr. azjd "Mrs.- Gordon .Williams { and Miss Tolande Tyler "have- re- I turned, to. Cleburne after, ..a—.visit j with Mr. aad Mrs. Jeff Gtmn. f Mrs. "vT. S. Jones and son Philip • returned to Uailas after -visiting I Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Price. . . i Pinckney Price and family are] Mnv Georgia, Sraiih. in PAYROLL to support 34,OOO Texas People I N 1933 over 34,000 Texans depended upon the pay checks of Texas legal reserve life insurance companies for their means uf a livelihood. To the 10,000 people directly employed in home offices and the field went $8,000,000.00 for wages, salaries and commissions. Prof, and Mrs- XT. E ICantrell.of killed | B. €'. -Waleott.- Mr. Cantreil I formerly school superintendent i here. , " :,''... ' ' ' I * Mr. a,r»<rl Mrs, Albert Blocker } i aid daughter >Iary Ann have re- | I rum ed to iloastoc after visitias.] I Sirs- "SL E- Slocfcer. "- - • j { Miss' Ann-'Georgre of Ada. Okla^. S ? is •visiting- her aunt. -Mrs. E, W. i |-Green. . • , f { . Mrs- Frank George. I* A- Prince f and Bobbie Sodgers" of Ada.. Gfcls., i spent tie • week •end wizh Mr. and I Mrs. IV. !>.- Scott. i Miss Mavis Alexander is visiting, I Mr. and Mrs. £»ii!en . Rodgers in \ Ada. Okla. i Messrs, ant^ Mmes. George and 1 Joe Meade- and Mrs. J. C. Green I a.tt€jsded the funeral Monday o" j iv»nxer - Birdsall at Marietta. Ok3a, I SaEders Magness is recuperating ] ] at the Sanitarium of Paris from a • I sonsiJ operation- | i 7^Irs. J. E- Thomsort and 5011 { ! Sen and Mrs. E." G. ThomsOTi are | I visiting the A. B. Guthrie home j j in IdabeL. Okla. j i K. M. McCleary of the First | f Katioiial bank is taking a vacation f [ The tv'.O. : »%", baseball team won j n game at l^ado-nis Sunday. 4 to 3. ; -John Fla.uagaTj. Billy Boutotte. ] 5otiTiy "Robinson. Bfil Hsrisou. ; Buster Barnes and'Biny Joe Field\ ing, wiih RayTi?ond Bates, assist{ ant Scoutmasier, left for Paris to •spend a -week at the Boy Scout ; camp. FARMERS AT MEDJLL HAVE CROP LAID BY — Most of the farr crs have crops faid ~by and arr cut- t:?R5r hay which !s very srood This : year. It is.viery <iry and «ock ivat- -;r i? almost esba-asied. \V. Thrasher, Baptist mir.is- preached here. Saturday nicht ttvsce Sunday. A cTturcl; cons helb^aftrr the Sarur- service, J. Kmor the, Foart. ar>«:5 Oak picnic For purchases made in Texas and in tax payments, in 1933 these companies paid out an additional $2,115,000.00 . . ., support of further employment in Texas. The Texas companies also had another payroll much larger and equally important. In 1933 they sent $20,000,000.00 to Texas bcr. •rSaa.ncs and policyholders in payment of death claims, surrender values, endowments and annuiues. These companies had $83,000,000.00 invested in Texas in 1933 - - and released into the channels of trade $30,000,000.00 of spendable income, The Texas companies and their 1,200,000 policyholders invite you to join them in the important work of making Texas # better state in which to live and tn^^c a living. people from herr ^-enx Tuesday nisrbt to hear Severs! to the Miss Kate y.'a.rd. of Idab^I- *>vbo ' is> vfeitinc her srrandTSJO? licr. Mrs. C. T. England, t» spendins: a few- days with her uncle. John GartSncr in Psris. Mrs. Roy Jotios, Misses Gcral- dine Jonvs and Marjorie Gut^n* of Beaumont are visiting: M«-. arid Mry. Hugh Jontss • Austin Jonrs and ?*Tr. K. I*. Me- Dougat *k"ht> have beers ill arc able TO b*> up. Turtle and family of B^n- Ok'a.. ar« vj?itirs: Mrs. Tmtle'y mother Mr*. K. I* Mct'ou- WATER SUPPLY -FAILING here will are o«t REPRE5ENTINC TEXAS LtCAC RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES CAVIXESS.—T? dry continues, many ^tecpJe &* haulinjr ^-mt«r. as s of drlnkim; w»t«r now. A few p*opl« her* h»v» b*en attending th« Methodist revival in j progress *v Wright** Chapel. | I* A. Snowden and family of I Paris, whose home was rec**!>t?.y I ij€'stroy<?d by fire, ^ill mov* ] the CatvJness place here, i Allen H. McEwln of Paris spending the week h«r«« with hi* cousin, Mia* Edsarlne Mc"E?w$n. J«rry F^u*** «nd Mt>rri» Armstrong* h»v« r«t»rnffd to LrttJ* Rock, Ark.. m*t«r «. ^wlc*» Ti«tt with Hr, and to is Whatttheuka •Ice far in" excess of your o~ the rear o£ cor lisj claims, arse WT do net h«sitats io t=:5 prospective faavers that your claim cf 43^^ 73or» EOU- skt" imlca^e is too nK?£cs*-—' C. "^V. TA* r ,., Gooivcsr Uca-ler. Uniontc'WTi,, T*H. • " i-i my past Is years ot cxi cnct is i== tire business-1! ncv«r ba-dlsd any iserch^r:- turrr -which is as catstar «ji*ofc; f < try tmck which, is for any tir*. Yet given us over 15J there is still to:20.000 a-d st:I! ha--— S.OTT.C { safety in the tr MU^::. Fla. """ "• To date thrst tires have tZ.050 R- S.. Kc*- Albanv. Izrf, -lies c~tn; :ct" have driven ?hcsc lire* f .about 21,000 ndlcs and they j fh<r& scarcely ^irv- tread wear. I d j b«rU«v« they «tl! ran tfaati^tieh ,.^-T ,Z ) fsrther before the tread -wean f:J*t?3' -D- B. ,'_ Gcodyear Des ity. TORIX, • if users They readercd 50^1 zncrc 113?: s-kid irsleage than any tires -have c---r uwd.-W. L" ~rL. Kc >irrv Msimiict-rcr, Kickort N.C. • The be=-t ?;rc5. I ever tisc- Druggist in Ccrsicana. Tt If ail the TTzetartslb. that use Gsctfy-ear T:rs> have had the service I have hid. voa should be STJI:-g a!' the tires that are being sclc.—K. J. *V_ car CWTI. cr. Pavette. Idaho. You say *3"V —ere cert-skid ' ; mileage. Yci: r-t it tsxs IOT=?. I .' bav- driven c-.-rr 25.900 miles ; •nrith the crig:-a! set of Good- , 3'car Tires. SSO ^^iles cf fasl mighty hard o~ tsrei-. bwt tltese -' "G-3"s~ look good fcr a Jc: csore j Serv"icft.'^ s "o t:re I evct 1 ssed has * ^iv-en nie sach service as these * c-.av-.—O. C. A., msil carrier." 1 New £ngla-d. N. D. These tires, have bcea ca ctr? >rri-icc car and on r:y pcrsOiial csr fcr the past seven sxs=;hs. Each cf thes-e cars has beer. driven aprr-ascsmatetv "0.000 on new tire 'conservative c*r T££. l«r» -—' " «»at Tbe «>«« trut^ wr«^*i that is, ^r«K^ femotts toui noo- frota that i.cers tt o the rype._E. I>~ I h*^.-c dnvrrrt cl«se to ly-SOO rrrHes aj:d the rcn-akid dts-j^n den'r leek to he even o=c-thtrd wrorr: srT and that taeas* 1 am going to cavt tracttcK just ebc'-Jt f*-ice as losj as i have c-.-er had :~ a set of tirs; before. —?. M. R- Char^rsisTi, 113. ttres. OR Tny cmr. The fctinh eco hist how Temsr'nabie the otccr :hre= are. I srr^s riirai rra»il or rier ;raveli-g SO tr^Iei p«r day st^px. The c~e tire is slrscst 1 strccih. Tht other three- "hive " Iw* sarf^; .!»» jrfded cost txrelba' x^TS oT re< -al «on- sfct^ I fcave rier fcr all WARNING! Loolt *t tt»« HOM-SKIO in th* center of this tr**d — th* spot that counts, becaos* that'* wh«r« th« tr««l coo- tect» th« ground. Wh«n it comes to safety- insurance figures show that SM: tim«» as many acc»d«nt» ar« da* to skiddiBg a* to blowouts and punctunts combined. R«n«mb*rthi*wh«n others try to doplicat* what th* •**C-3 r * jivos you: Yow hav* to Aav* -NON-$K1D~ feefor* any t*r» can five you -non- SMID MIUTACJE** and safety — and you have to have 6oody*ar Supertwist beneath this type of tread to make it a real success. ^r; left. The dealer wtvosc?d hrrr:- tells rnr that the thrse rev are rh* TITW ~Cr-3~ r^jje. •:ey are The best t ires, for mile- f* neitvered th?t I ha-^c ever .-nrc.-Vv. C_ Tiro. Ohio- .«:« ncr.-skidntileaj sc.TTr.-D. j.. Spirit ccal tsxicab ccrnp^ny ha* ed four "33 nasdrt'Tcr- fret^ us and car atttn- rslled to the condition c~ ihesc taxicaJsi of the URusiiaHy hjja . ChscViag over xhe th=t they regw- .SOC. !c.~SC roilw ar-d Tesrespecti-tfrly.—W*y ile Corsrsary. darks- SXT*» B * .OH*0 ss-ist I c^->:: r rs drivmg a'coas £t*vcl .The e*n :h* ycu i trwt I have driven; rje»r ~G-3~ tires c'^ei :i!cs «id they are still rrre good service."— s set cf tires •were your r-3~ ar-d titest tires hav- •<MT. There are several td rrcsre rrtii-s c-f ec«- •»aOC*0: loc i before they' smooth. The i:1te sew.—A irowCsb •Cos-, iJ^OCT To d**« I bare drivers a' ID,000 rmies. ar;d *t the rate the^ tread* are -we«r?ng down I fee! eowwicns that I «Hi' rt jibcut tCC*;,rccrenon-s)c:c: ag-r. instead'OT *he *j"j rrom iht ffrestur eon- •i'l.-.~-.: 4i%MO« HOK^UD MiUAGK MO*t NOH-SKIO r FLATT£ft,TKlCKE!» T«tAD WIDER RIDING JltlS COSTS MO MOtf Open Sundays From 7:30 Until Noon McClain^s Service Station WILLARD BATTERIES

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page