The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 20, 1934 · Page 5
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Paris, Texas
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Friday, July 20, 1934
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ociety es Club S Miss Crawford Is Bridge Honoree Honoring Miss Madelon Craw- lord, torlde-elect. Mrs: Aldo Hafner entertained Thursday evening mt ner home on Korth. Tweaty- Arkansas Girl mmd Paris Man, Recently Mr.N and Mrm. Randolph Hamilton arrived In Paris Thursday afternoon following their marrlaj;* on July 14 in Murfreeaboro, Ark. Mrs. Hamilton aixtb; street vritis. four tables of bridge and a linen shower. Gar-| r den flowers, with shades of pink and greeja predominating, Miss Lois Hipp. daTi»-b.t*r of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hipp of Mur£hr«*»- boro. and is the niece of Mrs. Lemuel Law of this city, with whom she mad* her home the past year while attending Paris Junior col- home. in the decoration of the score award was won by Mis* Evelyn Walters and second -went to Miss Christine Goolsby. Small baskets of tinted daisies and snapdragons were sive& as table cut favors- Tee hostess was assisted by hei daughter, Mrs. Mitchell Haf ner. j in serving a refreshment plaie, | which also carried out the color »cnenae of pink and green, to the following guests: Misses Madelon and Virginia. Crawford. Bess Robinson. Allie and Ruth Hammond, Mr. Hamilton, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J- W. Hamilton, is a graduate of ihe high school here and Paris junior college, and is now associated with Hamilton and Son grocery. The couple will make their home ai 485 Kaufman street. Para News Daily Pattern Marguerite Jordan. Evelyn Tan- \ o cev. Evelyn and Johnnie \Valters. Christine Goolsby, .Alma Woold- Seated Tea Given for Bride at Wolfe City WOLFE CITY.—Miss Mamie Laura Cbastaln entertained witn a seated tea. "Wednesday afternoon at i her home, complimenting Miss Rena Russell of Dallas,, whose marriage to R- Oswald Daugherty. Brotvnwood, will take place Miss Charlsie Bond ridge, Mrs. Charles Kidd. Mrs. JW, Abels. Jr.. Mrs. Fred Council. Mrs. Emmet Rankin, Mrs, Joel K. Shirley and Mrs. H. L. Weiland. Dr. and Mrs- Davis Scott Hammond will give the rehearsal dinner Friday evening for Miss Crawford and Job L. Hammond whose marriage will, take place Saturday evening at 6 o'clock at the First ^ Methodist church- Miss Virginia! Crawford has been narced by her sister as her only attendant. and Miss tea and 1 Minnie Leggett poured Mrs. Homer England had charge of the jruest book, Lucky Forty-Two Club Has Regular Meeting Shower TT 4*1 Honors AUaS r. and Mrs. at their home In Atlas afternoon with a mis- Mrs. G. E. HatSeld entertained j the members of tie Loyal Forty-! fsco club, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. } score and Mrs. John Goodwin, low. 1 The hostess was assisted by ner { mother, Mrs. Roach, in serving a j salad course to the members and I \ to Mrs. Alex Stark, Mrs. Tony j s Bledsoe, Mrs. John Goodwin. Mrs. j j Cunningham and Miss Mary Louise i ; Fisher- Earl Bell as hostess. GOOD MJCZS t3T A COOI. EASY-TO-MAJDE FROOt PATTERN 1924 By ANXE AUAMS Jtrst because the weather i* *. bit wann is no reason "wrny a. should let do«m the barrier* Jtnd wear any old kind of lines! Xo reason at all "when good lines and flattering details may b« fcad in inexpensive easy-to-make pattern lifca this. Thinlc of that frocfc in voile, or flat crepe or georgette or a cool, jfood-lookinsr cotton t TTouIdn't it just *bo«t make your summer when it comes to comfort, and chic? You may wear the sleeves as sketched, or let them Tells of WHO WorklnDelta Activities Centering About Close of Miss Morgan"* Work Reported COOPER.—Mrs. T, A. Moseley or Snloe and Miss Nettie Moss of Rattan -srere judged winners of first place in the first and second year dress contest, respectively for •Women's Home Demonstration clubs of Delta, county and will receive trips to the annual Farmers Short Course at Texas A. and M. college as awards. There were ten entries in the contest. In ine farm food preservation charge of th« school assisted by 20 helper*. The following will. be departmental directors: Miss Ver- Unda. Yates, beginners; Miss Eleanor Moor*. primziry; Miss Virginia Gervers, junior, and Mrs. Clark intermediate. All children are invited to attend. The classes will be. held each morning from 8:30 to 10:30 o'clock. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL C. Tilden Tally, pastor. Sunday school. 3:30 a. ax. hearty weleoaa* to this church, and j Ray Angrlin. I-avina Pyle, H*t«a Sunday school. [Gibson. Willie McCoy, I r e n * tHumes. Elmeta. Kail. Hazel Veal' CHURCH OF THE HO&Y CROSS, j and Bessie Boyeit- Services for July 22. the eighth Sunday after Trinity, are: Holy communion. 7:30 a_ m. Morning prayer. 3:45 a. m. FIRST METHODIST E. V. Cole, pastor. Sunday school. 9:10 a, m. Lloyd 1 DeShoCe,. superintendent. I ilomtnK worship. 10:50 a, m. | phan { Representatives at the meet of local farm women's club* "will be Mrs. I. B. Galloway, 3£rs. iJiciU* Hill and Mrs, Paul MoUenkopt. j The two groups are sponsored by j County Farm Agents Mr- and Mrs, George Innes, Mr. and Mrs. J- M. Coin and Miss Zoe Gibson- Morning worship, sermon by tfeejDr. J. H- Hicks-Twill preacn. pastor. 11 a. no. C. E- societies. ? p, m. Evening worship, sermon by the pastor. S p aa, » contest, winners -who also receive trips to A, and are Miss N flare gracefully as shown in tlis small back view. Long sleeves are included- Pattern IS24 is available in sizes S4 36 3S 40 42 44 and 45. Size 3S takes 5 yards 39 inch fabric and 3-4 yard lace- Illustrated step-by- step serving instructions included. Send FIFTEEN CBISTS <15c> In coins or stamps (.coins pref erred > for tnis Anne Adams patteril tVj-ite plainly name aiddre«s style number. BE SURE TO STATE SJZEL The scnartest warm weatlier fsjF.hions. the ne^-vest fabrics, and tho Summer season's- outstanding accessories are illustrated and de- Herndon of Vasco. first: Miss Thelma Tom SteTvarr second, and Miss Janice Moseley, third. Other entrants were Blanche Brackcen of Bace Track; Mat tie Lee Bar- liarn of Vaseo and Katherine Montgomery of Perkins- Mrs. Ollyae Jeffries of Commerce tvas the jnd^e in bo-n divisions. The demonstration clubs and &. number of Cooper women attended a tea given at the home of Mrs. George Bond by the Cooper Rural club honoring- Miss I-aura Morgan, former Delta county home demon- ME3TS PRAYER IJEAGUE The Men's Prayer league' -will meet at the First Methodist church Sunday morning at S o'clock- Rev. J. EL Hicks will b* speaker. The the Evening -worship, S p J. H Hicks -will preach. Prayer meeting, Wednesday p. m. Intermediate - league, 7 p. m. Senior league I p -to. BIG RJESERVOm. IX>W SA^CTA FE. X M-, {If} — E!e- hant Butte, largest reservoir yet constructed in the West, faces Dr. 1 4 -ce prospect of beiss drained before the year ends, due to drouth- \Vith a capacity of two million, acre feet it recently was less than half 'full. 'PUSHMATABA CLUBS TO BE AT ROUNDUP RAMSETTR BAPTIST TABERXACUE 200 South Thirtieth street- Marion Been, pastor. Wylie- Warren. superintendent- Sunday school. 9:43 a, m. Bible classes for all ages. Pastor's subject: ing Church." Due to the Springer-Jones city- 4-H and Farm Women's Groups to Be Represented at StOlwater Two holidays that are observed the world over are Christmas and Ne-w Tears, Look Young With Mello-glo AXTLERS, Okla.—Twenty out- i Beautiful women, admired for standing 4-H club boys and girls i youthful complesdons, use MEL- o± PushmataSa county, who at- j LO-GLO, the new wonderful tend the aruioai roundup at Still-! French process face powder. Pur- vrater next week, include Edward j est and smoothest powder fcso-wnt. Coggins, Lex>n Gibson, Gilbert! Stays on" longer. Xo flaky or•"_4_ Conquer- Flemings, R. H. Burnette. Earl! pasty look. No grirae or grit. ' Smith, I-ester Morrison, Troj- Veal, f Prevents large pores and never Thomas Wright, John Cogrgins, t smarts or feels dry. Blends naxu- straiion agent who goas to Bren- | ices. ham. and her successor here. Miss Dorris Register. Miss Helen Swift, district agent from College Station "was also an honored guest. Mrs. Ed. wide revival there will be no evening services nor midweek serv- Curtis Le-wis. Aubrey Altom. j rally with any completion- De- BLanche Tucker. Hope Frederick, ! mand MELLO-GLO. 50c and $1. scribed in the J>Tr AD- i Tumeviile and Mrs. Ed Wilson as- AMS PATTERN BOOK FOR SUM-i MER- ORDER YOUR COPY OF T1LIS HELPFUL NEW SUMMER BOOK. PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CEMTS- BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER, TWENTT- %@& FIVE CENTS, Address orders to The Paris Ne^s Pattern Denarljrnejjt. 243 17th Street, New Tork City. raarr^-se BLOSSOM PERSONAL^ J AlSD LOCAL ITEMS from Baris -' •who -until her receat Miss Dorothy - . of 31r. and Mrs. Karrisc-r- j BLOSSOM.—J. D. Dickey has j of Atlas. i returned from a visit- in Dallas j After .contests were enjoyed, re- 1 with his daughter, Mrs. Paul j treshrcents were servei to aboui i White. | s several of whom were } Blic Guluor, of Detroit wizh Ed- | i die Lynch of San Antosio have j 1 been visiting friends here while on j I a. thirty-day furlough from the I t ynny-TOsr ax Fort SUk OklEL They j [ are visiting Mr. G-jUlon's parents ] I at Detroit. t I Mrs. Arthur Dobbs and daughter j ] Phoebe have relumed from a j j week's visit at Pin Hook. | I Mrs. Cia*jd Easterwood and chil- ] I dre-n of Meadow arrived for a visit I with Mr, and ^rs. D. C. T>avis this | Laura Wheeler Offers Exclusive Design in Crocheted Accessories sisted in the dining room where punch was served- j Miss Morgan's prosrram of work : in 25 communities over the county | emphasized the "live at home" • idea, and figures on work done in her four years here show 375.ITS containers of food, valued at S59.- 305 was preserved by club mern- j bers. During this period also, 1T.- | S23 shrubs were set out, S.3G2 j i. trees planted and 55 women work- j I ed out yard improvement plans. I _. telescopes are two '• typ«s~-re;rac£«rrsr "and ren« ing"- "• •- ' •'• ' And expensive to drive vour *a.utomobi»e u-Ith the wheels out of alignment We have the finest equipment and factor:/ trained mechanics who specialize in wheel alignment and frame straightening. If your car does not steer as "weft as when new or if your front tires are showing-unusual -wear, dnye your car into our service department for a FREE Inspection. UTQQUl CO 3J:ss Mildred Eades has s'ons to T>enton to cuter stimmer school. Misses XvO!>eT«a.ry and Huth B. t accorapani-ed her for a. visit relatives. ilra. T. HL Di'lard TC-VSO injured h«?r knee cap ;n a fall Saturday Is reported improved. Mrs. Mike Bums of Gladowater visited ^ r a rid Mrs. E, J. Sums Mr. and Mrs, Dock Plant arsd son [ and <Jas3s;hier have crone to Hons| ton and South Texas points for a. 1 week's "stay. } YoTins- p*ops* °* t! "- e Methodist | j church had a watern^eson social at j j the home of iltsses Elizabeth and i j Isabel Barr.*tt Thursday ev?r.ins:- | j M!s« Molli* McCoy of Bacwrll | 1 is TisJtinc her 3-Tr?. K. O. | Johnson, BACK AT OFFICE ! J. T)- ^TcMillar. -^"ho five j s ago suffered fracture of j ! his li£p In a Tali, is able to be back ! I at fcl* ofrlce for his regular duties, i IMMAXUEI> BAPTIST j J. Roby "Ware, pastor. ! Sunday school, 8:-=5 a- rnu i Preac'ning. 11 a, m.. by trie pas- • .S.T.S., 7 p. m. j Preaching-. S:15 p. m. The Rev. | I li. JL. BoltoE. pastor oi zhe church | ' ar Harmon -where the pastor is 1 conducting a revival, will preach , at the evening service. I "W-.1I.S-, Moacav, 4 p. EL. ; 1 C3EXTRAL PKESBTTEKIAX j F. L. Wear, pastor. j ] Scncay school. 5:45 a_ m. K- E. I i Joiner. Jr., superintended'- | nsin^ -worship. 11 a_ m. Ser- ; saon: "Suffering- and Glory." eni"?- •worship. S o'clock- Ser- I mon: "Our Debt." i FIRST CHUKCH OF f ! CHRIST. SCIENTIST; 4-714 the \5uper freezer. tJuzts CROCHETED NOVELTIES. PATTERN 62O Here Js a design that •will snake ; detailed directions for malclng- lyou set out crochet hook and yarn 1 res 2-!.x42 Inches, an afgban 45s ' - " . . 1 5S laches or 4SX6S inches exact: or heavy cotton and get right to materiai re< ,. xlirerne;its work to enhance your home wixn i ^..-—a—:-,, «; these accessories that 3tre so easy ; " to make. The rus, In a simple £<•- | ^^^ 10 cersts iri stamps or <=O:E sscn. can be done in a few colors i <co:n preferred) for pattern to and is elective crocheted of rags. - Needlecrafi "T.ff>" is the subject of the j n-S-srirscii which will be read ; I in all Caurches of Christ. Scien- i '• tist. on Sunday. July --- | | The Golden Text is: * ; As the j ] Father cath life in. lilsiself: so 5 f hath he ^iven tc the So 7 } to have | | life in himself" (John 5:25>. '• ; Aznong- the citations which com- i '; prise the I-esson-Sermon Is the j following frorr. the Bible: "That | thoc mayest love the I.ord thy I GOG, and. that thon inayesc obey ] ! Ms voice, and that thou mayest j i cleave unto him; for hs is -thy liie, i a ; and the length 01 thy days" (Deu- 1 ! teronomy 30:20). I The I^esson-Sermon also inTisc: pessag-e from Science textbool t "Science and Health -with Key to \ [ the Scriptures" by Mary Baker j I Sddy: "^Because "Life !s God. I-ife | color i eludes the foil • tlse Christian ! S2 Eigrhth Ave.. Xew lork. N. T. i mast be eternal, self-exisient hook I-EIK: -K-<x>l or the heavy cotton [ that is aaTriost the weisrht of the ! ~~~ ! ru? wool. It is Jast the tWag for i TAIJHINA AIRPORT j siirniEer, bcinsr suitable for any , room- The pillow— xhat very neces- j ••arv item in every hosne — and the ? *«phaa are made in the popular i TAXXHIXA, Okla.— A new pro- j Sp'iie*- "Web ;>a:tem. They are \ J«t amounting: to S4250 has beer.; made of three shades of one ] approved by Col. Carl Gile* for j color with just a touch of contrast- completion of Talihlna's intinicipjU j the everlasting: I AM. the Being: | and is and shall be, \ ao*>.ins can erase"* (page j f TTKST CHKISTIAN Presley F 1 . Hemdos. minister. Bible sschool. $:SO a. n W. Ins color to set. off the design. Pattern «"0 comes to you with BIG VALUE in cereals! accordinsr by Andy Coltharp, airpo visor. Jt is exr»ected that xvork und^r the Monday, recetvsc • t <^iiper- ! P 1 ** 4156 * Mr& list-director: ;, .\! T^ ,-rs:r.. "AH Kail the I Power o' .Texas' Xante": invoca- ' Super Freezer hw * combination of three mx|or fcwures. It bits automatic ice tray release ., , the travK slide out of *bc frcer- er *t » finircr tauch! hen defrosting is completed! And dbc £reez«c is loottca io the c**irr, in«te«d of off to cm* side. TTu* featur* cot only pro* rides room oa i»<* sid«« of th« frcczickg: «»it for tall bottles, bat also helps keep the entire food compartment tetuformly cold! See the Frinidaure "34 »t your nearest Fripidiire showroom. Come io today. Hiinler T«rns to To Reach Audiences! I shall D. Masters, pastor of First i t Cbristian church of TTaxahacWe: \ hymn, "Hark The Voice of Jest:s "; communion Endeavor C3 /V Brofc fNj V J Christian 45 »>- ir - Erentap service. 7:45. Corn Flalces with cool milk or cream! Delicious these hot days. And the sea•on^s biggest value. Tom F, Hxinter. will speak over • KKUO. Dallas: KRTH. Houstor,: | KTSA. Sars Antonio; and KTAT. ; Ft. Worth. Friday evening: at S:30 ! Miss X«ria« Deaton. Mrs. S. Ain the interest of his candidacy for \ Turner; hymn. -Look and Live": sovemor. Mr. Hunter has mad* i Invocation; hyr.-.n. "Sweet Hoar of a number of broadcasts recently I Prayer"; offertory: sfo!o, "I Shall but has devoted ihe major portion i S** Him". Morrison Georsr*: s*r- of his time to speaking: dates over j mon, "Tn* Christian in a Chans- thc state, frequently mak-r.^r *s ! Iny WorM"; hymn. "The Precious many as five | day. of J>s«s": MKTHOID^ST VACATION CHTJKCH SCMOOt. TO BCGIN A FTOOCCT OT GK*M**L 1 TJSMON* TTK BCRGXAR ! SEATTLE:, (^ — Tbr«» times; I within sfce weeks » bak«r>' her* \ A vacation church school, for < had its cash register robt>«<3 at I eh»dten asr««s four to 1*. \vill *b«- i night and each time th* hurgUrjscin Monday wiornlixs: at the First j I I alao took on* or us or* l*moi» pi*s. ] H«tliodi*t church and will cost- j| I«avln« b*rry pie*, cfcocoJa.t« pies : tiuti« until Atsgrwst i- oth*r pa»tri«* untottcbe^it. I Mr». H. M. Hutt will SP CIAL SAL FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY BIG SAVINGS ON NEW ALL-WEATHER Greatest Tire Ever To Have The Goodyear Name At NO EXTRA COST you get— 43% MCI e Miles of real non-skid safety because of Flatter Wider Tread . . More Non-Skid Blocks . . . . Wider Riding Ribs .... More and Tougher Tread Rubber . . . and Supertwist Cord with bio wo at protection in every ply. Yes, we have a 12 Months GUARANTEE —a guarantee against road hazards and ^ addition a Efetime guarantee against defects of material and w'orkrnansh!^ 1 . With the quality of Goodyear Tires \vhere it is today— yon can be sure of satisfaction. Come in and see us about it. SIZE 4.50-21 4.75-19 5.00-19 5.25-18 5.50-17 PRICE SAIJE PRICE YOU SAVE 7.45 7.95 8.85 9.70 1.15 L20 1.45 1.60 Proportionate Savmsrs on AI] Sizes -Also Heavy Duty Get Ready For Summer Driving at Bargain Price* Yoa ProUbly Will Never See Again cCLAIN'S SERVICE STATION Phone 255 Service Price* subject to change without Open Sondmys Front 7:30 Until Noon WIUARD BATTERIES Wa*hmr >:k« and to any State sale* tax

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