The Paris News from Paris, Texas on August 7, 1934 · Page 2
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Paris, Texas
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Tuesday, August 7, 1934
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,Y, AUGOT 7, lt»C *>•••£» Society Churches Club s Party! onday Night! Make This Model At Home Paris New* Daily Pattern O. F. F- club had a sSusn- ; r. ; -party Monday xiiyht at the ? of Miss Caroline Ma'.lory, ; er of Mr. and ilrs- Young , E- 3£allory, on the L-srnar road. : rin-s tb* evening: games were ; and Jatvr watermelon was ; .on the lawn. ; wias is a 1i*~ of the young : rs and tlielr guests: the ; Lou "Ann K^-is-?, Mildred; Strong:. Bvalyn L,umnius, Jack > , -Mary Alice Thebo. Saran ; Ughiloot, Gr^dy Cecile \Viea: •; lier sues:. Kdv.-;r.a Akin of ; Austin. • Jar.*-, \V-s-ier. Virginia ; Womack,,:i Sluder, Jane : ' Hunter., Virginia. L,i|:htfoot- Mary : Mallory. ' • -Mi:dre« Ooffey. J^ne •• PREACHING AT MT. OLIVE SUNDAY OAK (Mt. O;ive> — jc services ~vere hrlci here \ Siinday" by the R«v. J. L_ Turner. - ; - >Th^ IMt. O::ve tasebai! team; T>Iaye3 ~t.he ?lste Shoals z~ Bldssossf Sunday- Slate Sr.cals TV on ; J *he srsLm^ 14 ~o 4. '"Several iron: this e r>n:rr. unity "weni: Is-^t \vec-k and re- : ported srood catch~s. •The families of >"- 3. Crawford, Tellous O-utlan-5 and Ra'.rh Craw- ; ford- visited near Bl-^sc — Sunday. ; Clinton McCormack ar:d family: f-rorn- Beeton, Tesss. are visiting ; here. Entdrtainmeiit 1* Given At Blossom blisses IsobeZ and : a '.slumber party EI t.heir horae last ; xceelc- Guests •nci-adec Misses "R'll- ! fred J>ale. I-ucy 2-ar.= Fryar. Re- 1 becca Cabiness, Z>onna Thompson, ! XJorothy Keener, Ja-ns TVilliams, •' Opal Fla^t, and Mary Katharine ; Fort. . . ; Mrs. Hugh Eades is a patie-t : "at ''ihe' Sanitarium of Paris. Sd Wolfe and children . - have been visitinsr nsre have rernmed to their home at Midland. Mrs. J. il. Connalir anc caugh- ter are -risiting- in Dallas this ^eek- "- 3£rs. C. 3:. H-se-ier of Detroit is ft.v>//>7 JU- J i V Butterfat To Advance Announcement -of'an advance of I 2 cents per butterfat pound for • Grade A by the iamar Creamery company, effective August 15, makes a total advance in betterfat price of more th.a.n 33 per cent during; the last 12 months. | With the present price at 3$ .cents j per batterfat pound, the Advance | xvill bring the price to 40 cents, I At *i»s time y^ax* grade.. A | milk was selling for 30 cents per • pound. ; "Weekly government report* in„' dicate that * milk production : ihrougrhout the United States is now 10 per cent below that of last , year. There has been a. steady de- 3 crease in milk production for several weeks. Two weeks ago, reports showed production to be i only 5 per cent below that of last I year. Shortage o? feed, government j purchase of cat-le and ' general { drouth conditions point to & fur- j ther decrease in production. "With ; reports showing: that storage ' stocks of all dairy products is be- j Sow normal, there .s ever:-.* indication of higher prices for T?ut- Wear Hand Crocheted Glove* And Be Well Dressed, Say* Laura Wheeler CHURCH ACTIVITIES FIRST ACTXltlART CIRCLE MJEETS Circle 2 of the First Presbyterian church met Monday afternoon with Mrs, J, W. Barton^ at her home on South Seventeenth street. with li> oaemb«r» and four visitors present- A foreign mission program was directed by Mrs. H. S. McCrummen, assisted by Mrs. J. C- Wyrick. Mrs. Jay I>ove. Miss Mary Daniels and Mrs. Jim Bentley. Foll'owias the prosram. th» hostess, assisted by feer daughter.- Misa Marie 'Barton, served a ref reshineat plate. ory will liavc charge, of METHODIST CHIUSTI4LX The Gbristian Endeavor of the Methodist Protestant cixurcfc Sunday night with present. After the opening son jr and Jt sea - tehee prayer. Miss Bessie Mae Carroll led the lesson on ,"Thi» Is Ouj Eather's World," followed by talks by Christine Bigger*. Wesley Thonipson. I-av^rse Cooper and Alford Chennault. A sons was ren- dejred bj- Grace <5ri£fi* and Mabel DIckesisoR- The program was closed with the benediction. * t erf at. Fanners -who have good, I dairy' cows and a. sufficient sup- j STna i ply of home grown feed are es- j j pectin^ to snake better profits I PATTERN T7Q The woman who wishes to add >. worked from the wrist to the fin- that not* of real daintiness and • sers and then the cuff is added. 31EETS OX TCESBAX The Win More class of the Bonham Street Methodist church, will have Its social meeting: Tuesday evening a-t 7: SO o'clock at the home of Mrs. H. L-indsay Wright. ! 4S5 Bonham street. Mrs. Fred Kirby -will be assistant hostess. REVI\ 7 AL WILL BE CONTINUED „ EL BETHEL, — The Methodist revival here -w'iJl be continued through a. part of this week- The Rev. Clarence Deakins, pastor i* conducting the meetins- Mre. S. B. Rudder, Miss Hattie Boyer and Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Castleberry and daughter Margaret ha\*e reunned from a visit _ to Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs, Sam Walker and children of Dallas spent Friday o her appearance is | thus making it possible to use the wearing hand crocheted grloves. j directions for the latter 'for other j they cost little j things. MJEtHODIST PROTESTANT . . LADIES AUXILIARY f.w^n M, D. Huddle and Mrs. Mar| tha HuddJe. | Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Thorp at- The Ladies Auxiliary of tended the graveyard working at McDonald graveyard last week, Pattern 77S comes to you with j Metllo< jist Protestant church met P ecw~s ™ «i**^ -^- *-".*" i a «G are simple to make with these j Pattern 77 ^ a j J'\-^H or iSe " 6CC ° S 1 clear direction*. The glove, of a ; complete directions for making the } ^ ^ hojn0 of . Mrs . virgil Thomp- Mr- and Mrs, AV. E. Oliver left e J fcast Ti-«>ek for a visit with relatives to be a corresponding: increase in the price paid Co- grad* B milk with the advance in the market. The pres- { to do (it Is a wider mesh trimmed \ gloves as shown and of all stitches | ' with Irish crocheted roses), great-j used, as well as material require- | ^ prfr , g .in Alabama. the interest of A IOrced r e " im * •, merit mints, m ent price for ^rade S butterfat is 2S cents, as compared with 20 j cents at this tinie last yesr. i coilar ' ic lv enhances the beauty ! iov-?s. The cuff design alone [ Send 10 cents in stamps or com The opening song was followed AGED MAN CHARGED SHOOTING AFFRAY I SANDWICH SHOP ON j FANNIN WOMAN LAMAR IS REOPENED ! bv a prayer by Mrs. D. B, Chance, j song the de-1 by Mrs. Gua Eu-1 banks, .who. read the sixth chapter ] j or • Second Corinthians. and she j I also made an interesting talk on | A^TUEPS Okla U^puties I J-L.-JU.»JI.-IJH. j-*j M.\.M^^TM. JL^^-'J^J^ j j^,^,^——- -~ ; Xazrman then talked on i BH! *Gardoe7 and V." E. Brown on [. • ; | _,. Nr _ v ^^T^T Tr-, n .«: I Pr *** r acd ^ a tience.- which was I Sundav placed Joe Habrv. a S ?d j M«. C. A. Ribole has announced | rfONE^i C»RO\ E. — Fanerai j rb !lo-«e<J fav a sentence prayer, i mountaine'er of near Cloudy. 30 | the re-openins of the Ribble Sand-| services for Miss Paulina Cornel-' The capsules names were reveal- RELIEVES SUNBURN ^f the end ; lus. 20, who died Monday a'ter- t on the I noon at hsr home in" Allen's Chap- | Tniles east of here, under arrest | xvich Shop. Just east [and brought .h-ni to the county | of Thi-tv-sixth str j jail foilo-wir.s a shooting scrape | ^^ "^ of I^inar avenue, j e l community, were set for 2:SC which his been closed for the last] <Vclock Tuesday afternoon. The and refreshment* were served to IS members •. m which Mabry is alleged tc I wounded his stepson, F, \ Boyc, in a domestic brawl. | Boyd •was ta.ken to a h< i in Hu^ro for naedlcal a.ttention i of Bonham officiated. Miss Cornelius, daughter of Mr. H)ort>thy Seensr is visiting i ia Boshax-2. • "Worth jlcCcy of 3as~rrell visited • here- Sunday, • Silly johnson left Sunday for • CShicasro to the World's : -Fair. ! A. son -=ras bom Saturday to ' 7»Er. and Sirs. Carl HiH. ; ^vljrs C'a^u^^ ^>s^*"€^rvroo--'* a"** ; -children cf iieadoTrw. Ark., are visitmis' n^r?^ .llr. 2Lnd -vlrs. Gecrg-e Bradford 'itfng here.' Mr. and iTr*. Kug-h Xazion a.nd - Mr, asc Mrs. Frar.k Hooper and -tbe •sre*k end. Gene and Pete G-riffi- left last week for -a trip to Cr.Scaro. - . .Miss 5s.rah Jc Bcs^-ell of Mrs. Ribble, who will manage 1 the shop, sa.i-3 Tuesday =he will r ' servs all kinds of cold drinks and f nev B"ck Sm^th ^ withholding 1 sa:3d '' v " :ches -* 5he is inviti -S every! ,. •' _^ """„^"T Vov,— " ^^^ft^o-; one :o criv-e by and give her an and Mrs, CharHe Cornelius, died -. t_ Zii ii-tT-5 <-LJJ •& i-.i.3* t _»*^-O4.^ .j-'cr^-.i—J-t-s. * _ -»-.* » i^urth*- dev^looments of Boyc's; opportunity to serve them. j following a sudden heart attache, \ TOUXHJr IL >C£MB£R OF THE THRX BOOK. PRICE FIFTSSy • con< j-iton ; There is plenty of room foriShe had apparently b»«n in good SHIRTMAKER FAMILY ' : CKXTS. BOOK _^p_ pATT ^ H :£f; Arresting- officers said Boyd j parking about the shop and curb health _ a = d ^_ 1 ^_*'"l^l!' 1 cf^'!™! rj A -3-x^B.X 1S2S j TOGZTHBit. - -iW£.XiY - cA^r-i^-^s SHOT'-above the right »y*-, but; service witl be -siven.— - " """ J ~ *" ! the seriousness of his injury could; — : • The next socSa! meeting T*ril! h* tJd. the fira^T Monday in S<*ntem- , ^ ,.—~, —, . ^ — . ijv? at" the hoznc of 2virs, TV eldon Rev. Henry Grey of Allen's j Barrett in R«tio. -critli Mrs. W. S. and the Rev. S. B.. Smith j Barrett asissrant hostess. Mrs. Ed^ar Dooleu and Mrs- John Gres- ; CZXTS- _. ^ . -—- ^ Adc-rsss- orders This ^ a yo"tr.ftii meniD-ar or , p^..^^. jj^_. 2 _,^ £ tbe f£.m:Iy of shsrtmaker frocks. ] , ^.W--=^-^" Xi-^ S^= jt« broad school ^ir" collsrl i •'•-*' • -~ i - tS-ins to vouth in these cays, it ; ever it feels so disposed. Have s i ohurch Sunday niciit- Shs. .teas formerly employed as a beauty :o The -Vews. <n«t be determined at- the-time. Seats r>n the N'ew York Curb operator xis Dallas, and had also, 243 TVesti Mabry Is an old settler izi this Exchange had a recent selling j worked in, beauty ibops in Honey , v _v .-^ijT.- i ^j,,--,. * price of about S30.000, i Grove. s TIRES SHRUNK and $5 Set O. B. Thrasher Katuf roan and Jefferson Street* soru two year Texas State 'took first 'plac tennis iourr-ai S&imr«.sy £fte IX ESves.. in t •of tie sir:gl*:s ler and Ro'b-e of East hers College. thev adorable? Son't you like the; Tray the panel in the skirt contin- : 14 15 Z« 2'': 32 S4 25 Si 40 stnc 42. j Size 15 takes 3 1-2 yards 35 inch | Send FIFTEEN CSNTS (15-c'j • ir. coins or stannps Cco'ns prefer- ;. Dr. D. C. But- "A graveyard working- at Arx5 irnUe you are -R'ri—n^, "smy j r.ct ind™5^ s..n cri^r for s. fasci- ! Sts'12—sr srr&.vPTi_rc n n "-r"i:"'v £ -st of 1 > - * -.-. i-- lav Accident > ictim v-rll' 1 place Frlla August 10. A:; p*rsc-r.£ l~**T±s:'i-c in tiie tip-kfrtp o* th-.s I'^iri'st'sry £,rs request 'S tt- atter.c c.r.c cirr-e prepared to sper.c the day, s Buried Sandax- f CAR!? OF TTIAXK.S TKV sincere aprr^-c.A •.:<:•- T ers o" L-ams-r ccuc'.y for the splen.- <iifi v-ote giver, rse ir.. rr.y ra.ce for Associa-te Justice of the Court cf Civil App-es...;--". I realize that I defeated a fcicrh- class r^-r.::,frrr.i.- and jurist, s.nd I have r.othir.g t-t. the -t f <?.*!: r?5 for hlrr, »nd his XOT1CE TO WATER i"*,ter bi-ls m-st be paitf cr? or terror;:*; acc:--tr.t c-n th« Grfren-; "r* <G:--«'^ tr,*ur^^ Jr. th* ace'- ] 5 ent. ts n^-T *?x7>e':.te | f to recover i ported to "t>* t~ &. serious condition. \ The accident is sa.:d to haTe ec- ; cur. i "*<* T>rh*n tb-e Gibson a.\;torso- ; star ci : per cer;t •*;»-'•%;nt. tfco^grb rone O* fr.« frrij. el \Vat*r Works, th«- other car v;ert in^-jred. Your Clothes Will Be Dry Cleaned Better By The New Filpro Higfe Pressure System Now in Use At Chs- Plant! "* a Men's Suits an<J whts.n Dresses CI«aned and ere end A'.'L r<*-arses' Try us. -r.. 22 or 33 tut even that's not all A TER you receive the tobacco from the fanners you have to dry it just right and then store it away for ageing for over two years. Then you take the different types of home-grown and Turkish tobaccos and weld them together in such a way as to make a balanced blend. The Chesterfield process ofblend- ing and cross-blending tobaccos is different from others, and we believe it helps to make a milder and better tasting cigarette. Doum where they grow tobacco —in most places—Chesterfield *$ tb* largest **Hi*g cigarette. •'wiUw • »^

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