The Paris News from Paris, Texas on August 2, 1934 · Page 5
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Paris, Texas
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Thursday, August 2, 1934
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THURSDAY. AUGUST 1. 1*34 THE PARIS Wild Oil Well In Oklahoma Liille Chief Field Weil Comes In Unexpectedly Under Heavy Pressure PONCA CITY. Ofclsu <<¥?.—The little Chief oil field, in East Osage county .had a wild well Thursday morning—-th* Alden No. $ of the 3Jid-Continent Petroleum company, in NW 10-25-6. The well, ready for drilling in at a total depth of 25SO feet in the Bartlesville sand, blew the tools out through a pressure head ftt 6:30 a. m. and began spraying oil and gas over the countryside Vi a strong wind. •' Precautions against fire taken. FORT TOWSON 4-H MEMBERS RETURN Club Boys and Girl-: Home From Aimual State Roundup FORT TOWSON. Okia. — Tfce Fort Towsoh -4H club members who attended the annual state roundup at Stillwater returned after an eventful three days, the first of. Its kind for ail except five members of the party. "Walter Hall and Edison McAfee placed fourth in boys* team demonstrations and Hall was elected sons leader for the oui-of-st&te- trip wirsjiers association. WASHINGTON HEAD COMPLETED Dohoney Leaves For New York Markets Mrs. -Willie. Humphries Dofconey left Wednesday for New Toflt to buy new hats and other merchandise for the Parisian Shop. Her sister. Mrs. Claude Ferguson.-accompanied by Mrs. Jesse Deshohg and Frank Dohoney Jr., motored to Dallas with Mrs. T>6- honey and. returned home "Wednesday Th« head of George Washington, part of the gigantic memorial on Mount Ruihmore th th« Slack Hilts of South Dakota, is shown as it received the finishing touch**. The sculptor* Gutzon Bargium, already has begun work oft the heads of Jefferson and Lincoln which Wit! complete th« ni«mori«k The head «f Wmshington measures 67 feet from top to chin. (Associated Press Photo) Fire Chief At Salaries of City Employes Reduced; Some of Them Fifty Per Cent HUGO. OKla. — Th« city t-ouncll Wednesday made several ""changes in the official personnel a*/well as fecting salary reductions. W. C. Henry who has been , fire chief since December 10. 1909. resigned and will be retired o» *. pension. His successor has not been appointed-but it is expected that Mayor Carl Sager with thfe consent of the council will appoint one of the local firemen- Effective August 1. the salary of the firemen will be on« at JSS per month, one at $SO and two at $75. The salary of Bu H- Stanley* city attorney was reduced from $58 to $28 per month, city engineer. HI G, Hbtsoa reduced $25: Bill Stewart, at the pump station. $25 reduction. One city officer. "Walter "Willis, released from duty as patrolman. Resolutions praising Henry for hii long and loyal service in the capacity as chief were adopted. CLARKSVILLE PLAYS DONKEY BALL GAME was attained by the stubborn little mules ajt revealed, by a survey iaat failed to show any ol them limping or'coraplairiiny aboat naas- ct-lar pains in body regions ordinarily unaffected. This did not hold true for the piayers, who do not now save any doubts about tie much heralded stubbornness of mules. The same was sponsored by the Athletic Association, and players cast aside their cloak of dignity for the amusement of *ne of the largest crowds ever assembled on the field. Scout News Troop No. 24 of Commerce is gr to spend a few days in Camp Clark' next week. The boys will cook their own meals and sleep in the eamp houses. Scout Commissioner Jack Jorden will be in eharse. The members of Troop 4 will meet at ^the First Presbyterian church, &.t 5:30 o'clock. Under the leadership of Scoutmaster Carl Haley, they wi?l go to Camp Clark for a swim and a game of playground ball, on Friday afternoon. POSTAL EMPLOYES ARE Xew JPogtnimster Cite* Dinner At Brook Hollow T. "W. Russell, who Wednesday assumed the office of Paris postmaster to which he recently received appointment, entertained the entire post office force at dinner Wednesday at Brook Hollow on I^amar road, 34 employes beside the three porters, who served as •nraiters, attending. Only twro employes were absent, J*>hi: V. Saffold who was recently injured in an automobile accident, and Leonard Sanders, substitute clerk who was on duty at the post office. Mr. Russell who formerly served about 17 years as a postal em- ploye, made a talk on post office service, outlining his plans for op- eration of the office on «. basis of -offici^acwy and courtesv, ta reals lain the reputation for being: one of the t>«6t offices in the system. The table color scheme for the dinner -was orange and green, carried out in the different courses I served as -well as in the floral dec- i Orations. Baskets and bowis of j fJowers decorated the.j"oonis where } the guests were entertained. IFORT TOWSOX WMS j IX JOINT MEETIKG i FORT TOWSOX, Gk«±- — The I ilethodlst missionary society ea! tertained the members of the Bap| tist church society az the home of | Mrs. Henry Coker, with 25 women j present- Prizes in contests were I won by Mrs. G. W. Hall. Mrs. S. I S. McDonald and Xrs. Bill Stinson. Stories from the Bible were told by several members. WEST PARIS STORY T&e West Paris s±or b* Thursday aftgrxteox* a& £ o*c!ocJt with Mrs, John Cotferafl : wHl h*inat charge of the story and Mr*. M. G« the games. Bea vis-Jones Seed Co. 3* Xorth Main "' Just Rec*iv*d Com* m far * pound mt *i«# «ad gn« your 4og * t+tl Troop 3 will have a regular meeting at the Chamber of Commerce, on Friday night- Scoutmaster W. J. Williamson will be in charge. WOLFE CITY COUPJLE Don't endure a pimply blotchy, complexion Resinol , quickly relieves such 1 sKin defects , PERSONALS Mrs. Bernfe E^erstein stud daugh- tef. Fay, were in Paris I from their home in Idabel. Okla. Kenneth Cunningham, of Hous- i ton, is here for a visit with his mother. 3irs- J, W. Cunningham. Permanent . . Si Bc**tifn) Oil Wave .... *2-»5 Ware set ~.. 15c CmU Mrt. V. C. Stroup »5 Sontb 15th Street Carl Stiider. of Siilphxir Springs. is at the Sanitarium of Paris for treatment. 'iir. and Mrs. Ted Jones and son, Bobby, of Dallas* are visiting Mr. Jones' parents,, Mr. and Mrs. W. EX Jon<?s. We Bay Old Gold at HIGHEST PRICES >~o, 12-641 BONHAM STREET Jewelry-Mu»c Stare J. I. BALL A CO. Insurance" 5O1 First National Bank Miss Fairy Greer. who underwent an operation at the St. Josept hospital a few "iveeivs ago. was able to return to her home Thursday. Miss Jean Stoekey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hodrick Stockey. has rettimec! frt?m a. visit in San Antonio. Mrs. Pat Remb-ert o is here epeiidins a fetv days -?.-:Lh Sir. and Mrs. H. A. Beat!* on Lamar avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Srnesi Crafton left Wednesday for a t-svo Tre-^ks motor trip to points in Xer-r Mexico and Colorado. For Quality Dry Cleaning Phone 198 W« are still paving 2CRA aisd hours and doing a quality type oi dry cleaning ^fi* A ttr ............. /J>Southern Cleaning & Dye Works Cokf«r. Owoer rs. Taride! "^Vilson has rcttiru- ed to her ixc-me in Cooper after havlntr been at t2^e Sanitarium o* Paris for, treatraerst. Mrs. t-ytion ^* right ?ctt3rr.ed Wednesday to h«r liome in Dallas aft<?r a few d&rs visit -writh her mother. Mr?. J. W. Cunningham. en South Main street- Hold Steel Worker As 'Phantom Killer' CLARKSTILJjS. — Bucking. baJJclny. and depositing their riders i« undignified positions ail over th« playing field, the donkeys were •w-iisners of the newest sportirsg contest, donkey baseball, when t&e GlArksvine Junior Chainber "<>t Gornmefce battled the Rotary club i« a five-iimlag scramble sii- <ier the lights of Xew Century Club-* Athletic field Sere. The I scor« board showed 2.2 tallies for | the Jaycees against eight for the | R6ia.fia.iis*. but a moral victory 1 WED AT GREEXATIJDE 1 WOLFE CITY. — The marriage of Robert Lemons and Miss Gertrude King took place Tuesday at Greenville, Judge T. D. Staraes, of Hani county officiating. They will make their home in Xevr I York. NOTICE TO WATER COXSCMURS "Water bills must be paid on or before August 10 in order to secure the 10 per cent discount. Snperintehdent of Water TCorks- . a.nfi Mrs. A. G- Slayse and dausrhters. Misses Georgia B. and Mar:-- Jo. left "Wednesday for Hot S^ring^. Ark., where they ^ili spend the Tiext two weeks. FREE Xh» Week At Bomar'* Eat Shop South 19th Str««t . Formerly \VhItc*s Eat Stoop W* will give * drink FREE tisls wfr«k ^c5:h wtch order of lOc or more. VISIT I'S CURB SERVICE O Mrs. Edfth Anderson, -who has ri & patient at the Sanitarium o' Paris for the past two 'w-eelts. returned "W*dn€5dfty to ner horn* 1 . 344 -Corth Thirty-first street. Mr. an* Mr?. A. F. Ham and children, who b«.ve been visiting in ?ar!» and the Honey Grove v!c!nitj Use past t-wo -a-^elv!;. l*f for their home in L.nb- Mrs. H. C. Stauter and baby boy. John KdwSn, who Tras born recently at tfie Saullftrfam of Par5s - re- Thnrsday to their home 5n «1, Okla, Joe 1 W. TTansch. -who u an operation for app«?ndici:is Ttses- affcrnoon at the Sanitarium, reported to b« unimproved not r»5tJn^r -well Th«r?day. Hubert Evan* With J» 1 ',> FRED GREGER CAFE 1 I* Now Locatcfl At WALL CAFE 14 LAMAR AVE. And Inv»c« Hi-Sec Him at Hi* Ix>ci»i*«»n BUY THE DELCO BATTERY in a Df!«-o t>«.tt*ry you iret thfi judsni^Jit of the car Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson, accompanied by M5s» Edvclaa Boyr.- ion of San J>!*£o. Ca!, -who has their houa«e jruest for several . !*fi Irt'e Wednesday afternoon for McCrrs^or TV here. Ml?-:* Boynton -wt'l vi^it. Mr. nr.d Mrs, Johnston trill return t*> Parts Thurrdav Thlk man who gave his r.aroe •* David, aUss Dasco, wat held at Steubenvsl'e. O^ after police accused him of bting th* "phantom killer." respcnsibJe for th« siayfr-g of thnre men In 2 cte«f m4tl and the wounding of m fourth. (Associated Press Photo) . who ha«l l>*«n here risitinsr parents. Mr. and Mr*. J. C. f on FSn*!- Bluff street, ha* rrtamcd from Houston trhert> she vSsitptS Miss Ritch!*- McG lasso n. formerly of Paris. Mr*. Osla*. th«* for:nrr Doris Crowiry. trill her* until the middle of before rfturninjc to her horn* in CaUforni*. Mrs. Miunie V. Mos*!*y. Mother ff Mrs. Ivd J-indsjiy, !cft Sunday ?<*r Florida where she will and brother In T^srtpa and ffrcy Bluck and ttro children «*ho rfturiiea to thMr hotn«> in **atne«v|lt^. Florida. ,%ft*r * visit *-*ro with Mr«. Black's mother. T. W. SOX IS BOHN -A son was horn tv> Mr. and Xfrs. ^, M. 3udduth, of Roxton, Thur*ft IB* «t. REVIVALIST TALKS ON GAirVS WIFE The evar.crelist opened his mess- sjf? at the Sprlncer-Jones Revival by reading: from Genesis the fourth chapter. The jrarsien of £<ien •was the vcr>- suburb* of Heaven. Many people think that environmental sarroandSnsrJ* will H2»ke a or woman a. better person. But Adam ar.d Sve were in perfect environmental surround- Irps and they f->ll. lie then launch«Ki into the answer to the Question. *AVher<> Did CaiTi Get His Wife?" Th*? pc^p:? who seem to o* »o conr^rr^vj ever wher» Cain pot hts w!fc> arc usually concern- the-r wan's Trif?. r^jr * ?ii* ^v*st fc^ c^n h* hit*. The d that ther* coaM O«\ *n ynsrn^ 1 ^ for eti about th? Th* !r.f;d«-l is <• with the sp; at th*» ;; the population wa.s roi than H<* th^n wont or^ to show thai many a \vifo today ha« a n^oderrs C.i'u for hfr h«sband. Any Trorrs- »rs that has s curslnjr. thievirsjr. a<iult»rou9 hssphand has a Cain. Gixl have moroy on that wifo th*t has an sttltiEt^rou* h'.5!*bAnt!. There 5s som^'hln.c worsf than be'.nt: an o'd ma?<!. an-! th/«t :s, *»*Er.jr mar- r»*d to Th^ wrorss msn. No man h« a. s^ and a citlsfrTi an J s-.v'car. Thursday night his suhj^crt •will bf, ••Wff After Death." Fr53«y niRht his Sttbjuct w>,U b*. "The D*vil"ji incubator" or »* it wrons to RO to thft th^stt^r? I?« it wrons to U^rto**^ ;>.<"*;urtlay nSght hi* sub- •eos wH{ b« '•<;h'^st^." The farm«T» are eopffclaUy invited to th# -i**ft th*ir homes for prayer *«<«• Kvrry mornlns th*r* will b* I«*rv5c«» m th* tent *t >:$0 &. m. *IN THE PUBLIC PAVOR SINCE 19OI* FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AMAZING TWO-DAY SUMMER SILK DRESS SALE 1/2 PRICE See these smart summer srlk dresses . . w"* are glad to grive you such values, cut you must come earlv .... we are determined to clear these summer cresses that's vrhy ire are making; such ridiculous lo\v prices. Forrnerlv 19.50 Formerly 16.55 8 ^^ ^^ ^^^r Jp^^iIB* Hfe^ Forraerlv 12.95 Former! v 10.95 Formerlv 7.95 INCLUDES: There are styles for street, sporr. afternoon and eve"ir>c- Vou kno-,v their quality 2nd smartness! Sizes tor everyone' As ni?.n> different stvles T.S there are dresses. To Close-Out Friday and Saturday White Slippers Pumps . . Straps . . Ties . , . All lesiraMe patterns in summer slippers ^oins: at this ve^^ low price io positively clear them o«?. Plenty of si .-, although not every size in every paitern. FOR CHILDREN SVa to 2 Oxfortk, .00 Silk Special Value. To l.OO Crepes Chiffons Shantungs Balloon dot shantungs, smart crepes and beautiful chiffons included in this close-out. The patterns are very desirable for wear now and early in this fall. TVe have grouped several odd-lots into this price for quick selling .Be on hand early and make yoiir selection. Flat Crepe WASHABLE Plain Colors Pastels Dark Shades C yd Kow is the time to start thinking about changing old dresses, making blouses and lining suits and coats. ~XVe are featuring this quality plain silk for these uses as well as scores of others- Any sh.ade you want and remember they are washable. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY HERALDS SAI//NGS To Thrifty Summer Shoppers At STORE HOURS lv Days — S:W 10 5iOO Saturday S:OO to 9rOO New Group Sheer Cottons Hundreds of Patterns Including Values From 29c to 49c ORGANDIES BATISTES VOILES Light and Dark Backgrounds Such a big selection of pattenrs .... Ugh- an-i cark backgrounds! Ready for those who are getting ready for late summer seeing. "Whether you seT\- yourself or have it done, you will *,vaat several cresses from- these beautiful sneer materials. SAVE! Weeks Yet To Enjoy The Comfort of Sheer Cottons Make Your Selections Early!. NOW! A REAL VALUE IN HOSE SOc Fuil Fashioned SSk To The Top Lace Top 30 PAIRS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NEW SHADES FOR NOW AND LATER We hav- looked for months for th* best possible vaiii in sUk hose for the first Friday ar.d Saturday in Aygru vVe foaad this lot of hose that are sl ;;y irreyuiar. i any pair should nci prove entirely satisfactory, vce v,£ ; ad'.y civs you credit for 5?c on another pair of hose : vVe wa:-t you to sse. the quality, ho^v sheer, clear a beautifat they are. Worth t.-w;ce the price and you ^.want ah*v«ral pairs! Savings for Boys at CaddeFs WHERE BOYS LIKE TO BUY Wash Suits Valwts To 1,25 Sun suns ar.d suits -with short sleeves .... all kinds of color combinations blouse arsd pants of two shades, printed blouses on solid color pants an3 all one color. Sizes 2 to 5. and remember this clos*-out price is only 59c. Practically all Tom Sawyer Suits! Sport Shirts Solid Color* 49c Cool shirts for school time! Mothers -will b« anxious to take* advantage of thi$ sax-- ing and boys -will b« anxious to have several of such ideal shirts to start schix>l in. SoliS colors anti a tew pattern*, sizes S to 14. Factory seconds from Tom Sawyer. Boys* Summer Caps We ar«s inciydia^ in th..i* close-cost of • boy's summer caps whit* tiuvk, wrsit* TT>**?I and a. few black arvJ white checJcj*. Boys' hke cooJ cap* an<2 her** they are! See them in !.h*> Roys' I>«-paurtwsent at Oaddel's for 19e,

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