The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 22, 1934 · Page 9
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JULY tt. 1»34 FAMS NEWS, End Contest At libf aiy Annual Hobby Compel!- tion Open Now; Regis* - _ trations Are Made Tk«b«cca Ruth Ragan. 12 year old seventh grade student of First jWard school, was awarded the ;;prl*e hi the reading contest spon- aor«id by the Paris public library, MARKETS At A Glance i Courtesy Gibraltar Hot*i V"alJ*iB«. XKW YOKK CO»XOX 1X01 13.1S 1S.24 1S.S* a copy of "Invincible Xxmica." Cornelia. Meigs* biography of — Louisa May Alcott.- The co.s-tt«fft included beside an essay on •.-favorite book, a number of questions based on the books In the *tate required list for grade school July ...... 12.SS l*.J .13.00 13.20 13 19 13.2S 1S.±« 12.83 1294 13.0? SHEW OttLJEAXS COTTOX . Close High !>>w Jan. \. March ."...... .13 12 1S.1« .May IS. 19 13.33 July .....i,..,12.75 12.SO Oct ii.S7 1X.02 I>ec. -.15.99 13.J7 13.21 rslio 12.S2 15.05 WHEAT— July . Sept. ..... CHICAGO GHJULS Cica* &.!£!! Ix>w 13.21 13.3J 1.3.29 12.30 13.04 IS IT do»* '•I XI* 1S.2S 13.32 12 S7 12 »» 13U4 Close OATS— July .. pupils. Miss Xlna Sheiton. . Kstant librarian, conducted the | ci>RN— contest which was graded for orlgr- j J«!y • - inaliry, accuracy^ and neatness, j s*? 1 - - There- were 40 entrants in the competition. . v . " Th» book awarded. "Invincible I*ouisa" was specially appropriate M£ it bad received the Newbery medal awarded annually since 1922 to the author of the most distinguished book for children published during the year. The award is- named for the man who did 89% 100% 97 *i 983* 53*4 si much to promote special library- work -for children, and the medal is given by Frederic G. Melcher, editor of the Publishers' Weekly. Another contest is under way now at. th*s library, the annual hobby exhibit, *or which regis- j 'tratious will be accepted op to' Aui-ust IS. All exhibits must be xeceived at the library by AVed- ..•nesda-y. August 22. The exhibits azxay represent any type of collec- es*4 64 ii 45% Stock Market Price Down NEW YORK, (ff%—While Hqui- BRIEFS About Town Miss lionise Fanaer oT Wheat Is Up PERSONALS . .. •» Two Cents Mrs. Luther Hicxs. who has been ill £or*ome tim«. is reported to be unimproved. is spending a t«n-4ay vacation! CHICAGO. dation. in stocks finished, rallying j visiting Kast Taxaa points. power waa limited in the brief i .- ;— week-end session Saturday and the j ». 34. Jobnaon nf Falretlnr. c»a- didate for lieutenant governor, Early selling, carrying' over from Friday^ outburst of liquidation, took many, -a.evr low lev- and his son, spent Friday night in Paris. —Almost 2 CSJMS - Mrs Van Morsan and ^ Rich _ a bushel rise of wheat values Sat- |ard, and Mrs. TV. E. Holloway of urday accompanied an official j Detroit, wer* in Paris Friday, forecast indicating that next week, would briny no substantial relieC from drouth. * els for the year, especially among | ^^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ reached lie market steadied as j urday afternoon arrested a wbite j Highest prices of the day were will spend Sunday h«re with her mother, Mrs, D. M. Alexander. on a .chargei of, .being -drunk < Standard | and placed him ia the county Jail- [ Statistics Co. index for SO stocks! . ; —:—— .'-.;' .i only two-tenths of a point lower I Mayor J. M. .Crook said SMur- I by wheat just before: j " .' •.. '-"'• was ended. Increased; jfiss Rosamond Morgan under- of dealings went hand in j went a major operation at the with upturn* of quotations, j Sanitarium of Paris Saturday •"Wheat closed firm 1 to 1 3-4 f morning. at T5. .-•• ' Volume totaled 519,970 shares- j , ,. . , m-y, . j : •» «-8 up, oats 1-2 to 5-£» <=IU*CLUV day there are now about 260 head and provisions ^r^ from of hoss on feed at the abattoir. { cents Jower ^ . centa g^ In more tJian a. month, and compared -Jrith 194.33Q a -week ago. Grains and cotton "rallied brisk- iy. indicating improvement in the candldatf . f technical position of those mar-? canGiaa ~* lor : kets after ,ih.e preceding decline. Mayor Crook bought 144 head, of j Jaly Sept "2*i 74% "hogs Saturday. 3Ianley HL Clary of Ft. Worth, .state comptroller and Georgre D. Clarke of Dallas Wheat closed 1 1-S to 1 5-S cents 1 ^L^^l ?KL^ £S* ***" a bushel-Wgher and other cereals I ***** ** ^ e Gibraltar hotel- 103,5.. Fedttra. bonds. owners loan 4 -i>er -c«at Bishop .of CSarks- this CHILD DIES HERE scored gains ranging as high as | 1 5-8 cents. Cotton recovered 85 j to S1.0S a bale of its losses. } . „,. , . . . •••».».[ Bonds were steady. A -low rise 1« . ™* .Gibraltar hotel ***'** PrOm isin S twin sons whom sne brought- here j crop belt. -Nearly from the outset, all grains showed a tendency, to clicab, but it was. not until receipt of the -Washington weather predictions for nesct -week that the wheat market went upward in earnest. Much of the new purchasing orders in the wheat pit appeared to originate northwest, and circumstance deemed ^ Friday night i significant of more and more un- the spring J. A. Smitb of Clarksville. who underwent a major operation at the Sanitarium of Paris, was* able to return to his home Saturday. Mrs. Cora Temple of 361 iJtmar avenue left Saturday to spend the rest of th« summer at Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr .and Mrs. Will Page and family of Murphy are spending ttej week end with Mrs. E. C. Rhoads on North Second street. Unit Has Election Officers elected by rise American Letion auxiliary unit, meeting with MJTS. Gus Cothran Thursday afternoon, are: Mrs. Gus Cothran. president: Mrs. B. M. Williams, Mr*. Charles WiUIama. and Mrs. L. B. Stephens, viee-pfesldeais; Mrs. ~ua- moin« Miller, secretary; Mrs. K. P. Moore, treasurer; Mrs. J. J. Early, chaplain; Mrs. Russell Roberts, historian; Mrs. J. "W. 'Williams, custodian; Mrs. M. F. JDrummocd. parliamentarian: Mrs. Robert Cobb ,serseant at arms, Mrs. Herbert Turner, retiring: president, automatically becomes chairman of: the executive cosarait- &e« of which, 3£rs_ J. an<s Mr*. M. F. DntnuHO»* «r« memb*r»- Dele*at«» to the *Ut» «afkv«ft-. |tion at Mineral "Wells AucuM 2*~ !27 are Mme*. Cothran, Miller, jr. I M. Caviness. Cobb aa* Herbert [Turner; alternates, Mm«K. Jam** H. Bentley, Tan JO. Anderson., Bot>- ert*. Ben Smita and J, T-.Xortton, No business session trill b* A«ld | during AU£tx*t. A donation was -voted tor lb» Red Cross chapter loan elo**t of supplies for the sick, and MTSL Turner gave & resume of the:cJatld -welfare survey now in program in £n« county. I Seventeen members, answered | roll call with suggestions on. "How jl Can Help My Unit Win." Mr». | Sam Johnson was a gu«st- i During the social hoar, refresh- f raents were served by "tne hostewt- | es. Mmes. Cothraa. E. W. HolUe {and J. T. Lytton. left Saturday a£rer a visit here with their mother. Mrs. M. B. Peyton, on Ctarksville street. Mrs. Dunkiin will continue on to | road BERTH OF A SOV A son was bom Friday to -Mr, and Mrs. Reagan Hurt of Tuamar Steve 3-ane. Mr. Hurt is business ager of The Paris X In the. dollar against the French | franc made it profitable to ship | small amounts of gold to for- tonsil operations. | Jliss Margaret Kerr lias return- Rural offerings ot corn Satur- f ed to her home in Brookston after Tennessee with her sister for a short visit, before fretuming to her home. — 1 BtTTER GOES TO MARKET Ed Dempsey returned to his ! Mrs. Ruth Harkey of tlie mllll- hoine In Wright City, Okla,. Satur- SATURDAY NIGHT 1 ^ orfc Jrom PaTis - ^on. Sturgeo* ot Pampa, tor- j ££ ±^1^ ^^S/SS^S 1 S^J^SJl.^! S "*~ 1 «~ ^|T day after having undergone & major operation at the Sanitarium of The movement of newly harvested I Paris for treatment. Funeral For Samuel Jj. Hutchison. At Manton-tVy Chapel Sunday Samuel Lewis Hutchison, .ten year old son of, Mr. and Mrs. A. H, Hutchison of Paris,' Rotrte 6, died -at 8 o'clock Satur<2ay night at uon. handcraft or other articles! tne Sanitarium of Paris, following classed as a personal hobby. Announcement Made j an illness of about two weeks. The j child had xsnd^rgoae a mastoid op! eratlon. Cotton Goes Up Steadily | mer county attorney here, isr visit-, wfeeat in ^ SOJjtllwes - w co ntaiu ed i ; iag here a few days. He said tHat , 0 recede 10 terminal markets of I oun- * nery and ready-to-wear departments of Arthur Caddel company store left Friday for New Tork to make fall purchases. suffering from drouth. ZSTEVT ORT-EAXS. prices tended upward Saturday in ; i . ' - _ _ . , "•'..• i t • i j T. F. Ear-hart of Quincr, HL,j 1 vice- president of the -National} $ Stove, and Hardware company and ! i J. F. Kelly and A. E. Muegge. of j j the Oklahoma City branch were in j I town Friday and Saturday. • Sanguin of Hugo, that region receiving but 7S7 j wfco « n aerwent a. major operation cars. Oats were srovemed by corn ? a ^ the Saaitarium of Paris t action. j able to return to her home Most deliveries of provisions; went higher witli grains. Earl Isbell has retimed to : - DEPORT. Mrr and f\fT> TIT jj- i Tne funcrai ' vvil l be held at S t>r±tecent \V edoing ; o'clock Sunday evening at the — " - ] Manton-Fry funeral chapel on RT. — Hugh Jefius, son of j Clarksviile street, conducted by Dr. Mrs. T. T. Jeffus and Miss i F. I.. tVear of Central Presbyterian good trading due to the j C ity officers Saturday afternoon: continuance of t>ie drouth in the ', were called to the corner of Soutlij and covering by shorts lor ( seventeenth and Sherman streets i over t3ie week end. An early ad- , because o f a, disturbance. One! vance was met by realizing but j Eegro man _^ as arresi ed . and I after a. decline of 6 points the •. Hog Market Goes Down j home in Antlers. Okla., after an } examination at the Sanitarium, of 'Paris. | Mr. and Mrs, Ralph "Wilson, ac- I companied by their dangrhter, | Margie, and Weldon TDenton, are ! in Chicago visiting the I Fair. market again rallied to levels 15 | to IT points above trie previous i ~ { placed in the city jaflL Marshall of Tulsa. Okla.. 1 church. to IT points above the previou .-married Monday, July is at] His parents and three brothers. S close. There was a slight ^reac- oF<rf re Paragrould. Ark., and are at home ; Hanson and Maurice of Paris and ] tipR, of 2 to 3 points at the end 5 FORT WOHTH, C Agr.) — Hogs, 500;' . S. Dept I truck hogs S Misses Merle and Eazel Brazel- here- The couple met while aradents I uir:-;.-* Hutchison of \Vaco survive. Si -degree. ':' o' Arkansas. \ State Teachers- college in- Iowa a:e groom received his B. [awarded diplomas recently to 237 co-eds against 55 men students. KEEP COOL — By Keeping Your Clothe* FRESH AND CLEAN ! T-ou've BO idea iw>w' much cooler ana better H makes you. jeel ia the hot su-nm^t tlrn-e to always be dressed in fresh " clothes —- it's economies.], too! MEN'S SUITS AND LADIES' DRESSES 10c SHIRTS Beautiful Iy Finished Cleaned and Prr*sr^rl .,,.._.,, . PHONES S2 AX» SS OKER mostly 5 cents lower; better srades 180-270* pound truck hos* { ' I ? I «* m f s ^ a ^ Or ' Q s Farr m Cattle. 150 cornmercial. 1,400 government; calves. 50 conLia-er- cia!, 200 government; nominaL For week: Ges.era.1 trade very uneven wiili lower trend m prac- Sheriff C. O- Sheiton. and! other ed a place on_ the the marker closed steadv i" i Irortl1 Mghway Friday rugfet and I 4.S5-5.S5: underweights 4.50 down; | * •**" »oi ij -- un " ~~ ~ " '• seize< ^ * quantity of liquor. Two; lew packing sows 3.25- < 5. j The opV^ng "was firmer as Liv- j nien^were arrested and placed, in erpool cables came in better than ] ^ ai -®re, cxie. First trades showed gains! ~~ cf S to S points and value* con-| E ° ok er McGee's fiHin« station tinned to improve* after the start i ^®- grocery store was entered ion the failure of rains !n the I Friday night and a quantity of ilcally all classes slaughter cattle; WfiiS ^ S canned goods and a carton.: of: -^lanshier steers 15-25c or mora Long - liquidation and some sell- I cigarets stolen according .to a ing and easiness in stocks as well \ report made Saturday to city of- as profit taking: carried prices off [ ficers. 6 points down from the early j - . Construction of the new De- Sliong building on South Main. and South TVall streets - is progressing- ra.pildy. Steel girders and for the second floor of the ton and Mrs - G - - Steely and son. the Miss Dav.-n Pierce of Cooper. and Miss Ann Hamilton of Ter- reli. are visiting Mrs. R_ E. Rutledge at her home. 155 Pine 31nff street. Mrs., J. H. Bills left trie past week for Snyd'er and TThiteface for ner canght- son, D. The Tnarket sooa rallied :he outlook for further dry er in the belt and on shorts covering for over the vre 0 !: ena and October advanced to 13.02 and ^December to 13.15, or 15 to 17'points'above'tite previous close f building. j Prices eased off 2. to S points at j ( the «n5 on realizing: and Octol>er | Kay Garrison j closed at I2.9S. ap 12 pouits net j ^aj-jg "" J Tor the Say while- Decerst'er closed \ tim*» > at 13.14. u? 15' points net. HO3IE FOR SALS- For a. llrnlied time only. I offer mjr home. 3S3 Pine Bluff street. for sale. Terms ca^h or good not-e. Canr.ot consider trades, Tom Hinkle. ; better grades fed yearlings > vary nearly steady, others around \ an 25 lower: fat cows and butcher! e j- -'^ grades 15-25 lower; bulls weak toj-^- Bii.s. slishtly lower; slaughter calves | ~ around 25c lower. Bulk prices. ! :?llrs - ^Hiam a.. Campbell, who Grass slaugrhier steers 2.50-3.50; | " rias been a patient at the SSL uo- good fed yearlings 5.00-5.00; j seph hospital, having undergone butcher cows 1.75-2.35; bulls 1.50 - j an operation there a few weeks T.S5; weighty slaughter calves • 2S O - returned to ner come Friday 2.50-3.25. . 2_riernoon. • • ]. Sheep. 100; nominal- F"or connected with ! Fai ^inbs. yearlings arid M^-eT •»«,«« W -TI wethers steadv- 2-year-o!c weth-•-"- Ss , -* lar ^ ei -"-^L^er. -^^1 ers 25c lower: feeder Iambs and j Sunday from California, to . , veariiRss 25.-50c lower; .medium to I Sweats of Mrs. George Hamilton ft ™" 5*s*"»"*r***t**T (vo- \ " • " - • • ^"-"~^~" - .... ". .,, - • ; _3 *. :••--••—-»-•• ^^ - —f-~ •-"«;• »-• — ; ^, ?*! good fat lambs 5.00-5.50; few good ; a ~£ n ^ s o n - Jonn D. i^awrencs. Oi. • Nc ' rta | lanjbs UT) to 575- mediurn to * ^*^o vrill motor to Sherman to streets. He invites i eoo ^ f ~; vea-Iin^ 350 ^ "=>- -->-'meet them. his friends ajid acauamraaces to I vear _ old a ^ d as ^ fa / ^tners { on him there- Hetter and daughter has taken caezifi. of the-- N^ Station at the corner for some r the ma: arrive e „ ^^ i few ' feeder iambs =>ergeant Homer T.« Cooizuhigs. | yearlings 250^300. in charge of the Paris United j I I — 2.&0-50: feeder Iambs 3.OO; i ^Irs. Willia.rd Lx>gan and feeder Iambs 3.25: aseder" children of Xashville, Tenu.. and Mrs. J, P. Dunklm of Xashviile, i AND ALL THE IADS SHOOT THE WORKS JACK OAKIE AND THE LASSIES Music and Fun COOIi Q7OO O O I* OO O RIP TIDE The Story of a Woman's Love NORMA SHEARED . ROBERT MONTGOftffiRY Victor Dorothy Defl i States Army recruitins- stauon | said Saturday lizere are notv 45 1 REASONS why you will be better satisfied with a GENERAL a-ucies assigned to bim. Vac- ! | ancles include 15 IB the Cavalry. • } five i« the Engineers. a.nd 2*5 in i ] the Aviation Corps at Randolph, ! | Kelly and Brooks fields. .1 i Rites to Be | Held Sunday I E1ECTRIC ALL-STE^L REFRIGERATOR 1 init sliding sbelves; fooe-pcdad door opener; •osomstic interior linttticit; antonumc d«- frosdng; tctnpcrmtare control; dbiDer ct«»; con- that kcepx »e|tctiibles crisp mod -fresh. MoJfl illmstr+ttd. 7 o&if. Otvr 7 2 St««l Qvick Caaooc chip or rust- Easier to <dem. 3 J^-Sta^ C«Mn*t built for m lifcnme. Oleam- iojf G!ypt«l caamei cxccrior or glistening; porcelain both ioxxdc mod out. Wheat door is opened *H storage «p»ce » iosaody xe- cessible. Slidioj: shetves «rc •dixmattfe ia beighc 4 m»«itor T«p Mtcltmf**! operates so 700 cxn scarcely bexr it. Use* less ctirreot with surplus power for er«o nouraxl d«- mnods. Retires no mtteotiotu not ereo oiling, 5 A S to the standard t yeatr warrmntr, protected 4 more years mjptmvt «ny possibility o< ooe penny** expense for repUcetncnt of ihe sealed-in-steel mecb*ftif m for only $5. Convenient Monthly Terms G«ner«I Electric Monitor -i- Top w»s the first electric refrigerator to carry » 2 year guarantee, Itrst with a 3 year guaraatee, first to shrc m 4 year service plan—and now gives you 5 YEARS protection against any replacement cost on its famous sealed'in-steel mechanism. Kuneral services for Mrs, Georce A. Griffiths, will be held at her late residence, 231 Bonham street, at 5 o'clock Sunday afternoon, conducted by her pastor. Dr. F. L. TVear of Central Presbyterian church and burial will he at" Evergreen cemetery beside her husband. Pallbearers will be ilorris Fleming, J- IT- Caviness, Dr. Courtney Tovrnsend. TV. C- Carson., H. 3^. Baker and "CT. A- Enoch. The body arrive^ Saturday via. Dallas from Rock Springs, VTyo™ where ilrs. Griffiths died Tuesday ni-cht of injuries several hours af:- er her car overttirsed on a mountain road, while she was or, a motor trip with Mr, and Mrs. Luther Howerton. of Paris and George Howerton of Seymtynr. Mrs. Griffiths, who •was formerly iliss Mollie ^lattice, was married a number of years ago here to the late George A. Griffiths, well known business znaa. Her only immediate relative surviving is a brother. Joseph Matties of Paris. For many years she had been active in various clubs and interested in many phases of civic work. Since the time of the World War. she had engaged in Red Cross work serving then In the local canteen corps, and making hospital dressings here. She wji^ a member of the county chapter"* executive board and recently had be«a chairman of the home service division. She served as comniiss- ioner of the Girl Scout or-g:aaisa::oa here several years a$ro, artel v, .^i, active In the work of Cenira! Presbyterian church, beside d^:r-S much personal charity. This Advertisement Was Run In State Papers Sunday, July 15th To Date Not A Single Manufacturer Has Accepted The Hudson — Terraplane Challenge The Montana Lumber Manufacturer?* association reported its mills cut mor* than 102,00.0.v; v v board feet during 19SS and. that shipntt-nts exceed*^ the CUT by on*-fourth. Only ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION Offers Ekctric Refrigeration Texas Power & Light Company R. L, BjiHard asks your support for reelection as Corrimissiiors- «r Precinct No. 1. — • ( Political Adv.} Having served you on* tenr-, I will appreciate your vote for a second and will continue to sJve- you the best sftrvico possible, R. U Bailard. — (PolitJcal Adv.) If you feel that I h*v© filled the of Commissioner of Fre- *lect wo and I 'will giv* you th« **«*« Rood service J hav« in th* first ttrm. R, I* Bollard.— liUcal Adv,> HERE IS THE ADVERTISEMENT CHALLENGE/ ON PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMY By HUDSON and TERRAPLANE During Challenge Week, July 16 to 21 Inclusive T 0 Cfimb th« Toughest HOI In Thb Vicinity Faster in High Gear! To Accelerate Faster to 50 M3e$ *n Hov From a Standing: Start! To Go Farther on Five Gallon* of Gas! Wf invlir' the ruHIc to ^-aich tests if anyone acc?pi$ this challenge. Gei the facts on hill- clirnfinc ab'-iity, Acceleration and economy, proved hefo r c your eyes f Watch the g^s measured IHTO the cars — then watcn which one £<v"*> farthest! And v.-atch our display wind for the place and Time of the tests if an takers! The Following Roles Apply To AH Contestants: hav Confident: Of course, ve're confident! Thousands of Hudson and Terraplane owners tried the other cirs ...... then' DROVE Hudsons an--? TerrapUnes! That's \vhy they're Hudson and Terraplane ovrners today! Corns in today and make vow own test at "the wheel. .We're cor.fideri Hudson and Terraplane power, economy and RUGGEDNESS will make these cars vo»;r first choice, too, "1 All entries to be stock model 5-psssens^r dosed cars of 110" or longer -wrheelbase, *with no equipsjen* other than regular factory options. O Hill-climb test to be on steepest hill in this vicinity •which can be climbed :n hisrh grear by any one of the contest- Hill to be clicabed in hi^h frosa standins: start. a:id from si&rt of 10 nt. r. h. O Acceleration test ;o be on basis of time elapsed from start to 50 m. p. b.. or. level concrete road^ from standing: start tlsroush the g«ars an4 from stiixiiiis start in istgh pear. A Econoiay test course to start from Hudson and Terra- plane dealer's showroom and city traffic, coaatry and hills, Spe«ds of economy test to be governed by local traffic laws, bat not to exceed 40 m. p, b, C Each contestant to provide a drix^r and observer of approximate xreigbt as Hudson and T«rra,p*&ne drivers and observer*. f? Comparative econoray to b« determined by raeasuting 5 gallons of gasoline into & special container on eacfa car. Car going the longest - distance on the five gallon fuel sxtppiy. to win economy test. *7 Acceptance of cnallecs« automatically permits the ucdersisned to publish tlte results of all tests, with the names of comp«tir,s: cars, in local newspapers and in Hudson and Terraplane window displays. O To be valid, acceptances of this challenge must b« made by authorized dealers to any oft the undersigned before midnight July 17. Tests must b» run during Hudson and Terra- plaae Challenge Week. July 16 to midnight of July 21- Notificatioa of acceptance must also b« p«b!i»bed by acceptant in advertising: columns of a local newspaper by July 18. Q All testa to be supervised by three Impartial Judges, agreed upon by al? cootestaats, whose decisions will be fl ROSS ILIFF MOTOR CO. i . ; |f:'

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