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Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - May 20, 1948, Denton, Texas m FMiss Catherine McCarty And Dawson Will Wed June 5 MXt McCarty Ftlls have announced fUftfement ol their Mte Catherine to Da rid ton of and 308 Fry Hie weddtnf will be solemnized June 9 T In the First Church to Wichita Joe pastor of the will perform the cere Music tor the wedding will be furnished by and Sallie Mae Kay McDermett of Wich ita Falls will be maid of and Joe Johnson of Chi cago will be matron of The four are to be Missel Jeanne Drake and Peggy both of Dallas SaraElla Collins of Lufkin and Joyce Thur man of Wichita Jack Moore of Denton will be best Ushers are to be Wal lace Weldon Johnson and Joe all of Wichita and Eklon Ttaster of Miss who Is the grand daughter of 1706 West is a graduate of Wichita Falls High School and will receive a bachelor of arts degree from North Texas State College In At the college she Is a mem ber of Junior and Senior Mary Arden Mathe matics Masters Chem ical Kappa Delta Pil hon orary education society Alpha honorary society Sigma Del ta honorary Spanish society and a member of the college sym she recently represented Sigma Delta PI In the College May Dawson is a graduate of Denton High School and was grad uated from NTSC In receiv ing a bachelor of science degree In mathematics with high He is now teaching in the college while completing work for a mas ter of science degree in the sum Next he plans to teach at Purdue La while at work to CATHERINE MCCARTY warrl a doctors At Dawson was member of Mathematics Club Masters Chemical Club and Alpha He was listed in Whos Who in American Colleges and Universities in The couple will reside in Denton this and take up resi dence in Indiana in the END OF MAY Following our established policy of periodical clearances of choice items we announce this event offering great values in limited groups of fine Russells merchandise at very substantial savings NYLON HOSE FOWNES NYLONS in lovely sheer 54 and 51 gauge found in three exciting summer Sumatra dusky grey Cimarron a cocoa Rose Dijon a rose beige Size to 54 15 15 originally 20 originally NOW 3 Pain for ALBA NYLONS marvelous values in a 45 gauge hose that will give long and servicable Found in one shade only Lark a netural that will blend with any Sizes to 45 30 NOW or 3 pain for COTTON PIECE GOODS One group of choice cotton flower prints ond originally NOW 59e a yard Cotton net in eight beautiful shades blue voilet and Originally 88c a yard One group of AMERITEX Calico Cgpers cottons in frolicking designs Originally 88c a yard RAYON PIECE GOODS COHAMA and AMERITEX border print spun rayons found in grey or reds ideal for summer skirts play Were and 88c a yard VERNEY and COHAMA rayon faille fabrics found in red and Rayol Were 00 and 88e a yard NYLON PIECE GOODS i NYLON fabric of sheer beauty for evening gowns or Found in peach and Originally NOW 88c a yard NYLONLTTE by American Silk Mills a all nylon sheer for evening and bridal green or Originally NOW 88c a yard HOUSEHOLD ITEMS self ELECTRIC CLOCKS by Desk Clocks in ivory starting and bell Were tax tax included KITCHEN WALL CLOCKS in bright red made by Self Were tax tax includedl COOKIE Attractive pottery cookie jars in the Dutch Chef and Priest Also large crockery pars in green or brown with handpainted fruit Originally NOW RUSSELLS Sc ocie Miss Monroe Is Feted at Shower DENTON May IMS DHS Speech Department Has Annual Banquet Wednesday About 135 persons attended the second annual Denton High School speech department formal banquet Wednesday night at the Texas State College for Women special dining room at which awards for outstand ing achievements In speech were president of Denton chamber of plays technical BUlle Jane Pat presented gifts to the five mem ber cast of the state champion one act Mooncalf the technical and Yen son Barbara Mary Louise Jane Jack and Parkie members of the play received fountain pen desk sets bearing victory sta The Mac Louis Charles George and Johnny received tie chains for the boys and panel bracelets for the both with victory Hall was presented a Hart man fitted train Chester Strickland pre sented certificates to bustandlng members of various speech classes and study scholarships from the University of Outstand ing students were selected by class Adam McNltzky and Mary Louise Ivcy received certificates outstanding Denton High the School debaters and Ebb Bar bara Fred Bill Barnett and Gail OBrien were named outstanding members of the radio speech Dean Pat Noah and Betty Baldrldge were recommended for study scholarships for a six weeks speech course at the University of Junior students only are eligible for the One year college scholarships were presented by Olive John director of speech at North Texas State to Jack and Barbara Josh of the TSCW speech presented Miss Wad ley with a one year scholarship at CLINIC IN MEMPHIS IS FAMILY AFFAIR Per sons patronizing a new clinic here may ask for please or Stev If they want a Edward Stevenson or his twin Malcolm Steven would Then theres Cieo their bro who specialzes in internal The twn Doctors Stevenson have been confusing patients several Now Cleo has joined their clinic and its a real family BrideElect Is Dinner Honoree Patterson honored Miss Muriel Joe Burke of John Waldrep of with a dinner at the Southern Hotel Monday evening at Places were marked for the hon and Miss Barbara find Boy Miss Mith Jonn John Calvin Watson and Miss Ann Pat A gift of luggage was presented Miss Burke by and Voert man and fellowemployes of Miss who has been employed at Voertmans Book Store for over five SNAKES LIVE HIGH IN ROCKY MOUNTAINS DENVER Wl George Key Denver High School teach er and snake scoffs at the widespread belief that rattlesnakes are not found above certain alti believed by some to be feet and by others to be He cites his discovery of a rattle snake den in a rocky crevice feet above sea level on the west ern slope of the Rockies in north ern I believe that rat tlesnakes can live at even higher in where there is a deep crevice with a south exposure where the snow doesnt Heywood con People Still Human MUNCIE Wl Mich who has been a physician here for 50 The one thing thats been Impressed on me is that humanity doesnt change You had your good people 50 years ago and you had your bad Its the same FOR PINWORMS IAKI my new SKOOTEtS are cuter White Elkskln The cleft at the instep makes this wrap around strap as interesting at a dimpled The toe is squared away and the scoop wedge heel gives that flattering ihort nationally adveHistd Side Squart Miss BUlle Jean brlde elecl of Charles was honored at a party given by Guy Turn and Arthur at the home of 616 from 3 to 5 Approximately 35 guests attend ed and were received by the host Miss Monroe and her moth Oran and mother of the j Jack Cole presided at the guest when guests each gove a signed recipe for the bride elects The dining table was decorated with an arrangement of white Iris and white and pink snapdragons In a pink glass Pink satin streamers extended from the bouquet and carried the betrothed couples named In gold Spring flowers were used In de corating the other party Davis Thomas and Ray Dickson served at the punch bowl when Irosted punch and bell shaped decorated with HHos were A shower of gifts was presented Miss Monroe for her Inflation i n Germany after World War I drove the Oerman mark down to onebillionth of Its original For Brides to be For Graduation PETTICOATS With the New Look Youll find many styles and patterns Eyelet Embroidered The Vanity and Personality CottonsiLihenLikeRayonstRayonBcmbergs rum OTHERS AT OTHERS AT Beautiful smoolhassilkpaslcl charhbrays with skirtsthat spread to complete trimmed with eyelet crisp pique with a Victorian charm that is Pastel or rayons in pretty styles or Floral or monotone prints on light or dark grounds of sheer rayon Womens v oft LITTLE BUDGETS
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