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August 7, 1934

The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 3

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1M4. vTHE PARIS NEWS. FORMER AMBASSADOR AND BRIDE AUSTRIAN MONARCHISTS HOPEFUL DALL CHILDREN REJOIN DAD SOMETHING SMART FOR FALL " John N. Willys, fiO-y*ar-o!d former ambutador to Poland, is With hi* bride, the former Mr«. Florence Dolan of Fieldston. N. Y. TK«y werV married In Miami, Fla., immediately after th« granting of a final decree of divorce to the auto manufacturer's firit wife.-' The newlywed* will take a honeymoon trip to Europe. (Associated Press Photo! The trend of *vent» in Austria couple^ with the appointment oi Or. Kurt Schuschnlgg as chancellor has cheered monarchists who hope to place Archduk* Otto (left), the Hapsburg pretender, on the throne- While Or. Schuschnigg Is a rani- monarchist himself, he is net expected to attempt to further Otto's case in view of the present complex international situation. Above K Otto's mother, ex-Empress ZHat,wrth whom he is living in Belgium. {As- sedated Press Photes) -Buzcie" and "Sistie" Dai!, grandchildren of President Roosevelt had their first outing in months with their father, Curtis B. Dall, wher they met him in Chicago, ft was the first time they had seen him sinet their parents were divorced in Mindsn, Nev. Their mother, Mrs. Ann* Roosevelt Dal!, continued to Washington white a nurse took the chil dr*n to their fathers hoteL Here DaH and the children are shown a» they started a tour of the world's fair. (Associated Press Photo) - Here's a smart turban and scarf set for fall wear. From Revilten Freres, th* Persian turban is of stenciJesl kid with the scarf matching, Lilly Oache, the designer, is matching only fur hats and coats thi» yeer— not tweeds. With tweed she recommends felts. (Associated Press Photo) ROXTON CLASS HAS REUNION SUNDAY K.OIS^'OX, — Annaa! reunion of •£h* ^X92T graduating class of "Rox- tQClliish school was held ; at. GEjbeiiyille 'Sunday. A^piciiic luncla- eori was served. Among those pres- . ent ' .were Mrs. Oscar CfaiMres, is-trs, Bo Springer, .Misses Ejjcille Julias. Edith Jennings. Bohnibel Jacfc.r Joe Bradshaiv, Thomas Julia,n, WiiburE Payne. -and Clovis Codpter- Guests were Misses Julia I*Iaxweil of JRoxion an3 I^aciiie "Vyilker of Part*. Mrs. Thomas Julias. Bo Springer?. Oscar Chil- Flashes Of Life By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS P-LUCKED EN" A FLASH GAINSVliLE, Ga.— : A ben cover-ins her brood of biddies during a.'-storm "was plucked : clean by a j bolt of lig-feturn^. The hen was oth- i erwlse unharmed and her chicks ! -wrere unhurt. .^ ilrs. x.acy iiulliiss and dkttghter, Doris, Mr«. A- B- Grif- tini. Miss. Htiih. .Parker and Bobbie Farlver of Columbus, Hiss'!; Mr. "Willie Bruce and cbil- r?. Moore and Miss Stovert* of Lensvlew visited at the home of \Tr. anS'-Mrs. Mel Yat«s last -week. >ir. and Mrs. lEinnast ie?t ' Sundar for Chicago, las An eisJit and one-half pound son e*j borb last ^veek to 7»Jr, a.R<5 Mrs. iterl- f ROBBERY REBATE j TIFFIN. O. — Hilackers start| ed carr>-insr two slot machines frora Gordon Keiffer's filling station and Keiffer protested that some of the money in the machines belonged to him. "Ko-sv much?" asked the robbers. "Five dollar?." Keiffer estimated. The hi-jackers tossed him a ?5 bill and drove a^ay "with tne machines- ,: •• FORMER RESIDENT ! OF ANNONA DIES JDr. Hcwc P ^ spent Sunday in _.3Sisses Katherin« Clark and JUois cJ&a,ni*l pave a picnic for a young people here last wr A jpro'up of Rcrston T>eople '"Lak? Crook last Friday ev -s£_ far R picr.rc, NOTICE TO \VATER -*• CONSUMERS Water bills must be paid on or efor* Atj^Tist 10 in order to secure h* 10 per 'c«jt diwrount- ••- Superintendent of Water Works. NOTICE Two "Quiet" si^ns beionsrinr tc- h* ijolicft department for use n^ar om«s -whcrs there la sickness have *<*cn raisp!ac<-cJ. These sign* arc Ta-dly needed at present and any- n?? who kno^s "where they may b?> is requested to comiruini- h the departrr.<*nt. GUS COTHRAX. City Marshal- Colonial Cleaners Now Located At 3 North Main Street Cash & I>«!iv«rjr Carry Prlc*s . _ 35c 5Oc 20c 25<- 35c op 5Oc ap All \Vorfc Gtutramced Call 3*>S For Delivery Service Suits Pacts The — PREVAILING OF ', KCONOMT Kcootnmcnds: T or THB NOJST, WOT LOOT I>tSTJttCT OX NORT'Tf *TS TT-N t»lntn«r Room. 1*»rt^r, JL*un<» tb* Hot»I. SJ.OO l>o«W« , TO THE LANSING HOTEL B54 North AXNONA. — -Mrs. R, J. ?".- foraier A-nnona resident, •ivho died at~Denton last Thursday -vras buried hers Saturday afternoon, Funeral service was conducted at the Baptist church by the Rev. Wade, local pastor, and the Rev. Isbel?, a former pastor. Mrs. Bos~n. ; eirs home ^vas here until a fevr years- a^o. ^-hen she moved to l>entors. She is survived- by one son, C. R. 3os"=cell of Chicago : t^vo daughters. Misses Cara and Era Bosw-e!] of iDenton: t-wo brothers. Amos L- S^^tj- cf Ne^v York snc Robert "Beaty of Annona: an«3 t^~o sisrers. Mrs. K. J- Kelley. Seminole, Okla,, and Sirs. Fay Hardman, Greenvil-e. JiirjTTiie Hall, who is playing- on the ClarksviHe Americar; L-e^ion team, left . . TVIIJI the team Sunday for a Fcries of Barnes at "Waxahachie, TV. E. r>avLs. with the fire de- pertinent of Glade-nrater. spent Sunday with h.is parents, Mr. arid Mrs. E. T. Da\-is. , | - Boyd DeUiivger of Dallas "is-visiting his sister. Mrs. "W. K. Garland. , ' George Brovirn is visiting •w-itli his brothers. rWootten and ' Ja.cS Broivn-in Fort TV.ortiu Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Puckett o£ Houston is visitine Ms parents here. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. "Fuckett. Paul Tja^yson and wife left Sunday for a veek's visit in San Antonio Tvith Mrs, J^awson's sisters. Gill, Frank Salmon. Bob Salmon and John Salmon. Mrs. Salmon -vvas born here in IS??, the daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. T. M- Gill. Twelve years ago she -vvas married .to C. £L Salmon, also of this city. Survivors include four brothers and two sisters. LARGE CROWB AT SPELLING MATCH FUIVERAL IS HELD AT COMMERCE i COMMSB.CE.—Funeral services I • t •^."ere conducted at the r irst Bap- j list church hero Monday afternoon j at 4 o'clock by the Rev. J. F. Mor- j retl ami the Rev. R. J- -Fletcher j for "ft'enna. GisI Salmon. "4. former j •oca.1 •svoman ^rho died in El Paso j Friday. Burial ^-as in Rose Mound cemetery. Pallbearers -K-ere Halliet Gill, Charles Gill. VTalter E- — Good attendance reported at the spelling- match at O'ive schoolhouse last ^'eek. Another speilinc match tvil! be held Thursday night. August 15. Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Risinger and Mr, and Mrs. TTilmer Risinger visited in the Ambia comnrunlty on Sunday, M:s? Ernmajee Sha-^- has returned to her home at Mineola after a vi?^- her* 11 . Billy Nash returned from. 3. visit to Mineota Sunday. Go->d attendance -was reported at the B. T. S. Sunday n ! PUSHMATAHA HAS 1 SUMMER SCHOOLS ! AXTLERS. Okla_, —Twenty ra- ! rai schools are operating a surn.- 1 mer term of school in the count", • said J, J. Lucas, comity superin- ] tendent. Average Term is t-wo {months. L,ucas !has received a. I schedule- of salaries for teachers | in state aid districts for the scboo! ] year 1354-35 as approved by the I State Board of Education, ^ver- f age salaries, unce reach classifi- | cation, have been increased tea t per cent tinder the ne^v schedule., I I/ucas said. About 50 religions conferences : Cannabis indicia, ail and conventions are held in the | hemp, is known in Sast Isdla, asf vicinity of Ashe'i :Ile every sura- i bhans-. in Mexico as isarijnaaa. mer by various churches in the \ and in Arabia and the United. United States. ; States as hashish. A. ( ARTHUR) JOH>TSO>' THANKS VOTERS OF PREC. 1 I -?rish to express my thanks az-d ncere appreciation for the sup- SN'AKKS-ALIVE S?T. 1.OUIS, — JLost and foursd department clerks ar tbe Usuofi ^ration opened an unclaimed, bag: and out scooted diamond-back rattlers, water snakes, cotton-mouth mo<ra.ssiTis. blotched %vater snakes, baby ribbon snakes, a couple of terrapins and three turtles, ~l head in all. The S". Lioxiis ~oo crot ba? *.-on fen is. The clerks hope .it tljeir last round-up. NO O>"E HOME NOW OAKIoAXD. Calif. — Tbere one member of the Geroez family §u Highland hospital for attention !a.«t ujght. Today there were three. First came Mrs, Elizabeth Gome^ £j. yest€rda%- she telephoned her husband. John Gomez, another member had' arrived—a 7-pouad boy* Hurrying: to his -wife's bedside •GcnTer vra« struck by an- ststemo- l'H<v a.jid suffered a fractured !ec. VALLIAIST .NEWS AND PERSONALS —Mrs. Arthur May. Haworth. Mr. and Mry. Sam NortJa of Idafeel aji<i Mr*. John \Vest- morelajad anif childrert of Ark., •wer* visitor* here th!s? Miss Elsie Ma? WhiulnsTtou has returned to her home at Foreman. Ark., after a visit viith Mr. and Mrs. Homer Consuls here. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith visltx-<i in Milbum Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, O. T. Zint visited nr«.r Ru*^ ovt-r The week end- Mr. and Mrs, O. W. Cecil. O. V. Cecil and MJ-SS Frances Cocil went to Mcns, Ark™ Sunda>- to attend th* funeral o' G. U- Aibau^h. Mr. a.nd Mrs. A. C, Ix?oney of Warr<?n, Ark., spent the tceete «n<i wiih Mr. »nd Mrs. Fme*t Han- 5 Mrs. "WiJJa B&rtictt spent th* •v«=ek end in Idabel. j Among: the Idabe! visitors Mon- ' day were Mr*. O. G. Merry. Miss | Merry. Mn>. Jarnc* Hos;h- ] Allred For Governor! Be!i«vinsr ?ha: T<»XAS needs in! her governor's office » ma,n who! ha.5 the cotjrase to stand up for! of t5io state sjr&ft. who ?<3 a fcarlps?. ; man rather than a bSc oi! man - -».ith the support an«.I rnOoryomr-nt j of Texas' blrrcf^t poMttcian*, th* f friend* of Jaiw>5 V. Allrcd t:» !>*i mar county «r« invsted to as»«rn- l>!<? at I^irsar County Court Room ; en X\>dr<»jKiay «ventnjr. at f o'cJock; for thf p«rpos<» of i tzkHjC an A!Ir^«J CampaJfm Clcb* in ! Lamar County which will ors* the Colors to support Mm for ?hc of- ,'ic« in the August primary ^Icc- rion, Jaunej Allred 1»<J the field io the July primary in I*amar county. Wo b^llevt! that h«j> will l*ad in the state jn the AugrusT. *Ie<v ' tfon tf hiw friends will organise ; and wor.t for hts election, Kver>-on« in l^msr» county, favorable to thn Hectjon of James Allrttd to tne office of •.•Governor of : invtt«<l to why they work* of MAY NOT KNOW • It was in 1876 that Alexander Graham Bell finally perfected HTS telephone- The first human voice heard over wires ^as Bell's when he called through his instrument to his assistant, Thomas \Varson, * c Mr. Watson , come here, I Trant you/" (It was in reality a call for help, for Mr. Bell had just spilled a quantity of acid on his best trousers.) • Alone and comparatively unnoticed at the great Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia, Bel! realized his problem was but half solved. He had his telephone > but how was he ro convince people thev could send their voices over metal wires; how was he to get them to use it? + Bell wisely left the latter problem to his friend and father-in-law, Gardiner G. Hubbard. Hubbard and a group of friends hit upon the idea of licensing other companies to use Bell's patents. Tn exchange for that right they accepted stock in those companies. {, We* "3 T hus was laid the grotmd- vork for the American. Telephone and Telegraph Company of today — the parent organization of the 24 regional operating companies, of which the Southwestern Company is one. Over more than 50 years of operation, the fundamental policy of the Bell group, as guided by this parent organization, has been to give good telephone service at a fair cost. This policy has been adopted because we feel that, from your standpoint as much as from our own, it is sound and workable. It is based upon the belief that in an undertaking planned like the telephone service for the long pull, what is best for the telephone user becomes in the end the policy that 'will bring us the sounder, more enduring success. SOUTHWESTERN SELL TELEPHONE COMPANY if you ow* how toy th* t*l*phon* offic*. W* >*»*U te* § tad c^d b* tetephen* ca()s «*r» L » yo» tttr«^jh, J porr sivea me on Jnly 25, that as-i i sxsred rn* of tiis second terra of j : Justice of Peace of Precinct l t ; Place 2. ! Respectfully, ~ -~ I rr>40/t THEJ CHILDREN kiwi.. "CANT YOU KEEP THE .CHILDREN. QUIET, MARYT ."DRINK THIS BOTOf Of BLUE RIBBON YOU'LL ENJOY THEIR FUN" :COME ON; KIDS. LET ME PLAY,TOOr Don't bbrne l?» children w$i*ft «v«y fett?<i no»» they tnaice irritates yocr husband Cbancas cr» h*'s tense, ^oo ccge." It's time to reJax. S«rv» him « bottl* of cool refreshing Pabst BK*» Ribbon b««r XVatch whet a difference it makes .,. S«* bovr * soothes and rests him. Mcke«ire that you don't spoil your r»os*Jy by serving him ordinary beer. Insist Oft Ptebff 5k» Kbbca H is pur«, fjJf-fbvorwJ and ho» that disiincHve taste thct rackes it Anwrica'* first choice. See tfcci yocr dealer d^iv«r* case today. Alleys keep a the ref ngeratcr. P. $. When you fee! all hrad ouf : : ; mid-afternocfs, belore diiw»r... Iry a He of cod refreshing Pabst Bit* Ribbon , it vifl rest you !oa RIBBON BEER by PARIS POULTRY Jk EGG CO

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