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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 2

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" *. "\ - "•iiir,"'' ,'S"," *"*" ~ "*j ^a ' " % X,-"- ^ "" ^ ^ ^ " ,. ~* >*•<*' 1» _.»'""• "" * " -» «•*.'*»"'"••' AUGUST •» 1«M THE PARIS NEWS* Cub Mrs. Max Williams Is Tea Honoree Here Tuesday Make This Model At Home Paris News Daily Pattern About S3 grue-sis. nios::y rr.eni- <?? the younger social grroup-s of I*aris, called Tuesday afternoon between 5 and " o'clock at ;he feome of XJrs. Joe F- xv-m>:>ms and her daughter. Mrs, Emery Sir-ith. wJxo -entertained with a tea honoring 1 Mrs. Mas YW:':ams, who, before ber .marrisce on July rf. was •'Miss'Helen Ha!:. The rece?:;or. roo:r.5 were heau- tllttlly" decorate i wiTh ;ra.rclers floTJrers: tie din:a? roor-.t carried out ifc« color sehen-.e of white and gr^en and on The table Trlv.r'h Tra? . covered with a lace o!oih. ^-a.' placed & *a^? crysta' bow! of sfcasra daisies, v.-hite siunias and tuberose?. and crystal candlesticks with gre?r; taper?. X5ie £ru-e?t£ ^~er€- Tnet a* the door ty Miss Cynrh.:a Bankhead, and Mrs. \T. L.. Barker. In the ha!!, invited them Into the I.vir.s: ro-->rn Max TT:!!ianiF. Mrs, Ercery Sniih r^iss Elizabeth Lar.r. :-:rs. John Keel, ^Mrs, Mauric-? Cleaver. Miss Martha. Barcett, Mrs. I>ee TTi! lla.rr.s ar-c Mrs. O. lv. O'Neal. Mrs HL 3- Slcdaaah-an ^ss In the dir.- Irs-JT .roorn xrliere the M'isse? Tl'earor 2.. Virsri.n*a Ai€'xar-de~ and is&'Scott a5^t«ted in serene. ; garden flowers in pastel tints. Places were marked for Mrs. Bedford Brooks Harlan, Mrs. Tho:~£-s Hesley and Mrs. Davis Hammond, who joined the bridge players for luncheon: and for JMrs. Maury Robinson. Mrs. II. H. ^"hite. Mrs, Edwin "VVarde:!, Mrs. A!c-x Wetherbee. Miss Ix>is Mayer. Mr*. Charles Fuller. Mrs. Harry Holder .Mrs. FranK Murphy, Mrs- Frank jUangrford, ilrs. Maclin Atkinson, t-ie honoree and the hostess. BOSWELL NEWS AND PERSONALS Entertains For Mr?. Henley Mrs. 1). Scott Harr-rr.ond honored Mrs. Edvrard Henley cf Mexicali, >fexico. v/Itln a contract and Isncrxeon T^e^cay morning: .at Broolc llOiloTr-" The tab'e svhere places for 15 \—*re marked, ^a? r-onqtiet of BOS^'EL.!* Okla.—Mrs. \Vi!n-ia Bond of 3ok.cr.ito and Mis> Bern!2 Fewe"! of Honey Grove are visit- ir-sr here. Mrs. A. D. Silz and children •were visitors in Hug'o Monday. MLss Ada Dur.can visit eel in Ardmore Saturday, Mr. ar.-5 Mrs. Robert Snipes were in Durant Saturday. Mrs. B. *,V. Pitts and children are spep.cir.sr a week at Price's Falls- Mrs, Oscar Ellison of Denison is •vi^itinsr here. Mrs. C. Dibble has returned from a visit In Koney Gro^e and Sonharr.. Miss Catherine Thomas has returned from an extended, visit in Dallas and. ?ou~h Texas. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mauris !*ft Sunday for Blair, rvhere th^y vrill visit three "creeks. Mrs. RIcharc TTilson of Tal-e- qtiah ang Mrs. Xob'e Williams of Kilsrore are visiting: here. "LI HO CHANG" MASTER OF MYSTICISM Special Show Starting: 11 P. M. THURSDAY NIGHT FOR TROUBLE' SPENCER TRACY — JACK OAKIE CONSTANCE CUMMINS Comedy You Can't Resist Coo! Comfortable "CATHERINE THE GREAT" —with— Oizabefia Bergner, Douglas Fairbanks,. Jr. Fridaj The Female J>on Juan $3 Morning Glory 10 c . Days irte Hepbom Fairbanks, Jr. FROXT AXB BACK EQUAULY SMART Pattern 1S64 By AXXE ADAMS I>o you oxvn a pique frock? If not, thi* pattern, presents the perfect form in which to own- one^ Of course, it is a perfect frock for many sorts of fabrics, but w* pick on pique because vre like it, and because the ne\v ones in the shop* ar-3 divine. Take, for lii- stance. a .plain bei^e -with brown buttons. or r tv-hite - vrlth bright jrreen buttons, or a stripe, or. for that matter, a fine plaid! The smart shoulders would s<?t eaactly ritrht arz<5 the skirt -would "hans beautifully, and it would wear and •wear and ^."ear. and make a good friend of the laundress. Pattern 1S64 is available in sizes 24. 15. IS. 2&, 32. 34. 35, 3S. 40 and 42. Size 15 takes 3 yards 36 Inch fabric. Illustrated step-by- step seTvirss: instructions included. Send FIFTKEX CENTS (15c) in coias or stamps (coins preferred), for each Anne Adams pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. BE SUUE TO STATE SIZE TV ANTED. And while you are -writing:, virhy not include an order for a fascinating book, crammed from cover to cover •with stunning: Ilius- trat ; ons and captivatirsi: descriptions of ue^-fashions, fabrics and trther thinirs that n:ake a woman oh'c THE SUMMER ISSUE OF THS AXXE: ADAMS- PAX- TERN BOOK PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS". BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER. TWENTY - FIVE CEXTS, Address orders to The Nr-.vs. Pattern Deparcrnent, -4S \Vesi 17th Street. New York Cit v PERSONAL NEWS I FROM COMMERCE i COM3IEHCE.—:Hrs- Rosa Gcff | i and son Taccy have ^one to I^a- i Pry or for a visit. | ilr. and ilrs. C. EL Davis and : daughter G'K'endoIyn. o* i?lainview i i .«"•£ iiere { Heiress Wins Prize of Dallas Charlie Frey of L.orurvio-v was j here Monday. j Kenneth Eng-Iand of Birrain^- 1 ha-n. Ala-, is here fcr a visit. i M:s~ EIIra.b-ezh Rc-Eer-s <"-f Sul- ! ph-.yr Springs is visiting: here. j da-jErhten? c-f I>al:as are rrosse- ! r>r. and Mrs. "CC. S. I>-iJemett [ ard ihr^e ' f ^s :~hildreu have grone i to Ssr* Ar-tor.-.' for a visi^. ! Miss Hlizabeth Ka~Tckisis is ilL | Marry O'^e!!. •who has been fa ? th* Cotton Beit hospital in Tex- j arkana since July 4, has returned ; Miss L-a-^rie G-'-en Pstillo of i Mrs. W. r". Apperson lia« gOTie } ic '"or^irarra for an extended. visIL j Mr. ar.,5 ?»Trs, Par; Tavlor and '; causr.'.^r Barbara of Isabel. Olcia- ; 'r? tr,-? parents c-f a seven-p-OTind • err! ~r:c •s'as boirn "on-Sa^* even- • iri.~. She ruas been reamed -Tarie*. ; Mrs. I,-. S. Johnson of Mil'er | Grcve ha.s returned borne after a.; BP.W.C Has Annual Health Program The annual health program of the Business and Professional "Women's club was presented Tuesday evening %tt the Sanitarium of Paris, where -club members were the guests of that institution at- a picnic supper served a! fresco in th** Kentucky Corner of th© rear garden, M:ss Margaret Kennedy acted as hostess during the eve- Miss Dorothy Coleraan, health chairman, and her committee. Miss Mar:ha Delay. Mrs. W. C. Francis and Miss Bess Newell, arranged the program. During supper a clever contest was held and Miss Treysa Scott won the prize: in another contest Mrs. Mary B, Joh.n-.-n was the winner. Afterwards the members and guests assembled in the Mary McPhee Memorial hall in the Sani- larium anner. where Dr. L- P. jic- 'Curstic-r:. ch ; ef of the staff of 'the sanitarium delivered the introduction talk for the health program and v.-elcc-nied the c-r£ran;za.tioR; he I«ointed out that grood health was mart's srrc-Jitest asset snd i^rith that h* is fortified asaiv-.^t all of life's in:5|r:-.~;ns?- He S3*J that "there are only t'-vo major sorrows, slck- ne^? ana disgrace, and before these all others pale." Dr. Mc- Cxilfi:lor. closed h;s beautiful talk with a. tribute to ^"o mart hood. After this Miss Agnes Hos?: and Mis? L'JCile Julian tier r.rarrated the n-aking of a bee vr | - a pa- tier:: in it and the bathins of a ps::-?2t- Miss Treys^t Scott gave a brie: sketch of the discovery. tbf science and the functions -of X-ray, and shovred' some X-ray fi'rr^.s. The §:roup then went to the operritinj rooir; on the third floor a.r-'J Miss Florence Harris explained the sterilisation methods for opera.- tioTi purp. <e?_ The club bulletin for the evenine: cave IS rules or* "Ho-ssr to Keep Clear,." and otherwise carried out :h-5 health idea. LAURA WHEELER FINDS YOU CAN MAKE THESE IN ONE EVENING Weed End Newt Of Bloecom Prairie BLOSSOM PRAIRIE. — MiaV Mildred Harrison la al&l$ to be uj> after more than thre* we«k« of illness of typhoid fever. . . The community met and cleaned* off tfc« Bethel cemetery W«idn«s- day; lunch was carried and served' in. picnic aiyle. Dry -^^tther hair killed most of the annuals much of the shrubbery. JaJv<* C?ray and family Sunday before last with "his er and family at Morris Chapel. Miss Mildred Rinehart and Cooper were married last week. Mrs. Jack Harrison's daisshter. Mrs. Co!!in» of Oklahoma City,, ha*. returaed home after a visit of- several days xrtth her mother here. G- W." "Doty -was a Deport visitor Friday. ,S. S. Burchina! and family have been on a visit to points in Texas. Hollywood Herein officiate often return unsolicited manuscripts unopened to " prevent i>!agarls£a suits. CUDDLE TOYS ery youngster !oves a toy that it can cuddle and here is a collection that will me*t. the ne^ds of every tot. "f'he cat will be a spe cial favorite witii ruoth.er as xvell as kiddie for it is a slumber' pillow, ana being so inviting and sleepy-" j looking it will surely induce shim- 1 ber in the saost rampageous of- tots. These toys have anothei great charm—an5 tl~«s time for the needlewoman. They are ma6e of but two pieces— of course, th<e duck's wiiwr and the ctotra's ruiT MlSTER OF MAGIC HERE THURSDAY are extra but that doesn't really count. These toys are the sort o* thing that while inexpensive to. make, will go like hot cakes at \ SL bazaar. Pattern 59S comes to you in a transfer pattern of one cat pillow about 12x16 inches; one clotva about 10 inches high and s duck about nine inches when done. Send 10 cents in stamps or coin (coin preferred) for this pattern to The Paris Xews. Necdlecraft Dept.. S2 "Eighth Avenue, N e w tork. X. T. At The Grand talents to become a great actress. In stirriris fashion it -depicts h<--r courageous flgrht to wrin recognition.'.with' its disappointmonts. its heartbreaks, ar.<j its final triumph. j Shown here is Josephine Ford. : 11-year-c!<J slaughter of £ds«l Fcrd and Srainddaughtftr of Henry Ford. I after her collie, Bossford. had won a prlxe «t the Mount Desert Kerns! I club dog show art Bar Harbor. Me. I (As*cciated Pr*s« Phcto") DINNER ON TUESDAY HONORS BIRTHDAY ifrs. James >£. Gibson T<,-aji entertained at her haise, 2«;5 South T-wenty-fi'th etreet Tuts-Isy. -w-'.-h a iTprU* b:rtin*ay dinuer given &y ? her friends honoring- ner iC-tb | birthday. N3s«t**n gruerrs at.:* *i- ilrs. S. B. L^srls a=4 er, Virginia Smith; M:cni5ht. an auditorium of esp•:•-::• to,nt people, seated in. Stygian carkness -wizfc orrly the so*and o' strained, excited breathisg- breakins: tlxe dense oui«t- Tfaen Irons tb_e stag-e SL voice sp«a.'ks. a voice vibrant ^-ith mysticism, the voice of that Chinese scholar o* mysticism, 1-i So Chang:. -whose re- 5earches have penetrated the secrets of animism, -who knows the secrets o* the priests of aoisrru whose studies in the rrrystrioLES sorceries of the Ea^t have made him. the man irho rejoices in the title "Professor of B:ack Maj^ie.** and the entertainment of X>1 Ko Chang has started. Students of rrtagpc strain ever;' nerve, but cannot penetrate tfce secrets, jrttidents of mesmerism mtitt-er to themselves about rhe possibility of srroup hyj>- natissn. bslieyers in spiritual ism see things that no m-ediuaj ever dared t.o attempt- A sta^re performance, yes. yet something more, for rhe audience senses that there is sometGrng more than the izsua.! show. This esperieTiCC, the experience ir^any audieiices have had wili be the privele^e of one Paris ^nce. for C- J. Musseknon secured for one performance a, m!d- nisrht sho-w (altrays rriidni^rht for a L.I Ho Changr exhibition) Thuras- 4ay Right of this -week at Fiaza. The show -will open after the resrn- :ar performance of the da^-'s p:c- :ure program, and a new picture •srfll be sho-wn. from eleven until twelve, then the I^i Ho Chang per- formasce -will start. Those -who attend -wfll see thir.sr they cannot yndersiaiid. and will not believe *hey feave sees -sches they consider irs the light of the next day. but :he TTjost coM-bj<x>d*d win sit -with hated breath, while the excitable •aill scarce be able to contain themselves, yet none bat -sroti'd corse a^g-aln to puzzle over th* same ^hOTir. It *» JlICEsJon? Iz is really tbe "Black Art?" An Inscrutable Chinese «rnil* will be 14 So All the world loves a, lover, and ali the vrorlii . adores a f^gbt^r. These are tvro reasons wrhj all the world will iove RK.O-Radio Fie- ttires' "Mominsr Glory," sho^-ins at the CTr&nd. Theatre 'Wednesday and Thursday. • • • There are other reasons: Tlie star studded cast headed by dynamic K&therine Hept'tirn. Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.. and Adoiphe Menjou. The sparkling: direction by the master mesaphonist. L,ow- ell Shermar:. And the play by brilliant Zoe Akins. "ifoming Glory," is the story of a fighter, and' a dramatic romance wrixh Nevr York's co'orftil Broad-way as its background, It presents MLss Hepburn, tlis screen's most interesting: personality, as a. sirl who believes in herself, who knows she tra.s the Aged Mountaineer Released On Bond LBB.S,' Oklau, — nar;/ hearins for Joe ilabry. mountaineer, -wras set for September 10, irpbn his arraignment late ilondaj'. charged with Assault -svith Intent to kill. beJore Justice of the Peace "M. A- Brock- Mabry. -svbo was taken into custody ol the county authorities late Sunday night, ^olio-wins: a shooting near Cloudy, 50 miles east -of h-e.re, is aflegred to have shot Reuben BoyJ, «.- artep-son, -who is being treated m Doctors HospitaJ in Hugo. His appearance bond, fbced at $1,000. was mad* and approved and he •was released from the county ia.il late ilondHy nicht. TIRES SHRUNK $3-* $5 Set O. B: Thrasher MAX MILLER Invites You To Visit The Par-Tex Service Sta* Corner Bonbam «u>d 18tb St. Kernenxber us for that sood- Gas and OH We wash, irrease. fix flats . give service with a smile JC MIT.T.tTR. M«r. EBBIE HUJLHOUSE. Ajwlstant Colonial Cleaners Now, Located At 3 North Main Street Cash & Delivery" .Prices -... .... • . Carry Suits . '.'. S3c. Pant* .».. 2Qc Drcsse* SSo cp 5Oc ap All Work Gnar&nteed Call 300 For Delivery Service "SIve me l*as Heat anytime' \ 5fr G. R, L^-wls ar.4 Miss J&nie L«^:s: Mr«. "W. H. B-sw- Tins an'3 «>n». A!*red an<3 Roy Bowling; Mrs. AlTrcd Ccyc* ar.-i son, KarTand; ar.«i :-:r. and Mrs. J. 1^ QWKS. Out y" to-sm quests f -w»rt> Mrs. H. G. Thoirias and e. Oral. E!*;* ar-*i TFl •**.'? ar.d a. son, Dicfe. of D*.-r.;- r SOTS. i.hc theatrt ws:i have a doctor :n attendance. Latfle* are r«<ju«sted to come ^v-Ith an escort. Edvs-ard Beard, S«. of Conn., president of th* So?Jth Nor- •Aal3c Sa-Tin^st Sank, in said to b« ihe oMest. living ehSef executive vt a. sarinss 1 \ Gets My Nickel Every T Good Ole* Dr. Pepper. How h bucks y _^ iip when you're tired. How ft reaches down inside you and gives you a firm, steady lift and boost. It is new energy . . . liquid ?***£? • - - an <* in just a. jiffy, it transforms into motive power. It helps most ben meals at 10,2 & 4 when energy is at low between ebb. jEnvov Lange Speak At Luncheon 1 Envoy F. 3J. I-ar:sre of the SaJ- , at th* r«gr«Iar w*ekly lancbeon i of the LJiortts club, Jeff Cunning| ham, pro;rra.Tn cha.lri«aa. aanoun- ce«- Envoy 3js.-«e will u«e az his sabj«ct "Tit's Theory B«bin<£ the ! Salvation Arinv." H« w£H «acp!atn {tn« work of th« Army «tndf what mar and other eotintl** for which Paris S* The c^n-ler. R* *l»o wfJJ 5 r<vi*w pjurt *chi-«vetn«nte of ihc ? Army in T*-X;S«JS, Th« mywicaj «1<J« of th* pro- grarn will b* furnl*li*<S by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Join*r. I N'OTTCK TO WATER CONSCMERS Wawr bills mast be paid on or K«for« Aagra»: 10 In order to secas^ the 10 per c«nt <Sisscoant. of W*ter Worki», AT IO-2 O'CLOCK Six p*»c« officer* in*th« party *rbieh lclIJe<! CIF4* Borrow *nd Fatrker, »o«ljbw««t^rr» d-r*- ihArdMl',.«., 'IJL.000 reward by IU flt. Pfcfinr**, -ehitt of Tex«ui hjg&wfty patroL NOLDEN AUTO WORKS W« iovitc you to vljtJt u* in our n«w Iocati<jr». We ^13* contii»u« to f«at«r« auto painting, top *.nd body work, and oth«r *tmiiar work. *nd will in addition h&ndte Sinclair product* as well a* tire* and batt«rtea. Telephone 457 Buy now to save on gas heating equipment Floor famac* pixrvid«» for oo* or two room* the loxurloas warmth of x central bemtinjc plant. Takes ap no floor *p»ce. There's no wall *we*t!ng or cold spots this unit. It's only natural in this hot weather for one to ask, **Why buy heating equipment now?** We think a good enough reason i* to *"s»v* money," And that's just what this August Sale of improved gas heating equipment does. From small radiant-type bathroom heaters to highly desirable floor furnace* are in this sale at prices and terms which save you money* Won't you investigate and see how little H win cost to install now the equipment you need for a comfortable, healthful winter? mmtU •jmm fvritc Init t with ya witli Texas Ci tiesDiGas Company

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