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   The Paris News (Newspaper) - June 29, 1959, Paris, Texas                                THf MrW5 MONDAY J UNI 29 1959 DEATHS AND FUNERALS McKee Services Funeral services for Me Kee 634 Lamar Avenue who die Friday in a Paris hospital wer to held Monday afternoon oclock at FryGibbs Funer tl Chapel Pallbearers were to be F r a n 1 Weaver L M Guest Bur ton Ben Mooring T E White and Eugene Thielrnan Honorary pallbearers were t be Paris Post Office employes Mr McKee is survived by hi wife the former Miss Tillie Hook er a son Dr 0 G McKee Jr Parmus N and two gra n d children besides two brothers E B McKee and W M McKee Los Angeles Calif Ledger Services Funeral services for W T Ledger 731 Clarksville who diec Saturday night were to be held Monday afternoon at 4 oclock a Youth of Grant Suffers Gunshot Wound Saturday Oklahoma News Bureau GRANT Okla Dean Hanson 12yearold son of Mr and Mrs Dewey Hanson who reside seven miles of Sallon is in Mem orial Hospital in Hugo with a gunshot wound in the right arm The boys 22rifle discharg e d accidentally late Saturday nig h t when it fell in the bed of his fathers pickup truck He was under the right arm pit Dean and his father were in a par ty that was returning from a rab bit hunt when the accident h a p pened Other members of the party were a brother Sam Han son Clarence Moody and Harvey Na tions HOSPITALS ST JOSEPHS HOSPITAL Admitted Mike Gibson Dallas Wallace Russell Rt 3 Mrs Jaureith N Weissenfluh Blossom Stanley Enloe 8653rd SW Mark Dodson Honey Grove Mrs Baer Hugo Mrs Arch Nixon Rt 1 S 0 Gulp Cooper Mrs J e t i e Parsons Antlers A P Cotton Rt 2 Mrs James Kent 915 N Main Dismissed L P Templet on 4136 W Kaufman Mi c h a e 1 Parsons Arthur City Mrs Felix Foreman Dallas Dewey Fox Honey Grove U C Shannon 707 E Hearon Mrs Henry Sharp Detroit Harrison Beck Wrig h t City Mrs Frances Thomas Boswell Michael Martin Rt 6 Mrs Thula Dickson Sul phur Springs Phillip Rutherford Roxton Mrs Ranee Gibson De troit Mrs J S Seiferman 1935 W Kaufman Mrs G C Darnell Rt 6 Mrs Pete Haynes Antlers Miss Pat Hill 67325th SE Mrs Harry Noble 1821 Harrison Mrs E E Porter 22719tn NW Henry H Hatchings Hugo Mrs Weldon Bragg Bon ham John Crawford 83819th NW LAMAR MEDICAL CENTER Admitted Margie Fields Rt S Dismissed Stephen Wayne Ear ly Rt 1 Powderly Earline Reed 14317th NE Will ville Debra Mills 816lOth NE Stephie Mills 816lOth NE Miss Honey Grove Named at Contest Held by Public Paris News Senice HONEY GROVE Miss Dor Mr was tha Henry 18 daughter of and Mrs Lennie Henry named Miss Honey Grove Satur day night climaxing a fundraising drive for the Honey Grove Recre ation Program Miss Henry a 1959 graduate pf Honey Grove High School was chosen from a field of 18 contes tants each of whom was sponsored by one or more business firms or individuals who had each donated FryGibbs Funeral Chapel with tery Pallbearers were to be J D Howell Kelsey Gibbs Mitchel Ragland Bill Abshire Henry Pom roy and Sam Tinnin The Rev John Shuler was to have charge of the services Sur vivors include a cousin Mrs Bernie Tinnin and Judge Tom Beauchamp Mrs Evelyn 0 Webb Funeral services for Mrs Eve lyn 0 Webb Blossom who died in Paris Saturday night were to be held Monday at at the Blossom Nazarene Church The Rev Henry L Green pas tor of the church and the Rev Paul Brown pastor of the Paris Nazarene Church were to officiate and burial was to be made in Knights of Honor Cemetery by FryGibbs Funeral Home Survivors include two daugh ters Mrs H L Foote Blossom and Mrs J L Jackson Paris two sons W M Webb Dallas and J B Webb Fort Smith seven grandchildren six great grandchildren and a sister Mrs Anzie Davis McMinnville Tenn She was born November 27 1874 at Rock Isle and was the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs John T Green She married B F Webb in Tennessee in 1896 He died in 1936 Pallbearers were to be Luke Bailey Cling Arnold M E Solo mon Ed Clark Joe Carter and W E Bonner Benjiman Frank Blair Paris News Service LADONIA Funeral services or Benjiman Frank Blair 75 Pecan Gap who died Sunday in Commerce will be held Tuesday at 2 at the Delta Fun e r a 1 lome in Ladonia The Rev E Smith and the Rev J B Hibbard both of Pecan p will officiate Burial will be made in Pecan Gap Cemetery retired oil mill worker and Sinner Blair was born in Hunt County in 1884 and was the son of he late Billy and Clementine Rob erson Blair He is survived by his wife a son G C Blair Dallas a broth er Emmett Blair Paducah two sisters Mrs W P Garrison Pa ducah and Mrs Mattie Myers El Campo a grandson and two greatgrandchildren Mrs M N Dunn Paris Newt Service BOGATA Mrs M N Dunn ormer resident of Bogata died in an Austin hospital Sunday at She has lived in Austin since the death of her husband in 1955 The former Miss Mabel Craw ord she was born November 24 and was reared at Wood and Funeral services will be held uesday at 10 at the Maneely Memorial Presbyterian Church in Sogata of which she was a mem er The Rev Joe Everheart pas or will officiate and Bogata Fu eral Home will have charge of arrangements Survivors include Mrs Lillian Burnette and Mrs Frank Hudson ustin her daughters a son Paul Dunn Carrollton and a number of randchildren Pallbearers will be H H Wilker son Lennon Hudson Car 1 o s Vaughn Johnny Topping Pleas Turner Jimmy Underwood Leo nard Kisner and James Castle man Willis W Ward Paris News Service HUGO Okla Funeral serv ices were set for Monday after noon at oclock in the Hugo Church of God for Willis W Ward 73 a Hugo resident for 30 years who died Saturday afternoon at his home in Hugo after illness The Rev Jim Lick pastor o f the church was to officiate Bur ial was to be made in Goodl and Cemetery by Coffey Funeral Home He was born July 1 1883 in Shiloh and is survived by his wife Eura Mae and 14 chil dren besides 30 other descendants and four sisters Mrs Lou Hana both Commerce Mrs Nora Burlen Bogata Mrs Effie Kene more and Mrs Myrtle Black both of Johntown Texas The children include Lloyd BILL PIERCE Optimist Speaker Optimists Set Installation Here Tonight The past president of Optimist International and a dynarn i c fig ure in Optimism W H Bill Pierce of Dallas will be principal speaker for a joint installs tion sanquet of two Paris Optim i s t Clubs tonight at First Methodist Church The new officers of both t h e Optimist Club and Bre a le ast Optimist Club will bz in tailed during the evening The banquet begins at Si Weiler will be installed as president of the Noon Optimists with Delma Bunch as First Vice President Dub King as Second VicePresident W C Francis Raphael and Felix Gibs o s directors Rayford Walker anc Durwood Shaw as sergeantsal arms Taking over as president of the Breakfast Optimists will be Bot with J C Short as Firs icePresident Troy Rogers a econd VicePresident Jesse Dav s Jimmy Don Mills and G Skidmore as directors J V id and Hack Blankenship a a ergeantsataims Retiring presidents are Har r j ry for the Noon Optimists an eslie Echols for the Breakfas Optimists Both automatically be ome members of the board their respective clubs The principal speaker Pierce was the principal speaker for the Noon Optimist Clubs Charter Night banquet when the club re ceived its charter here in He was International President of the Optimists at that time Pierce is president of Morticians Supply Company in Dallas and active in business and civic affairs there he has held every office in Opti mism The installing officer tonight wili be the incoming lieutenant gover nor of Optimist Zone A Dr Lloyd Lake of St Jo Master of cere monies will be the Rev Gene Bur gess BRIEFS AND PERSONALS Dfel SU 44323 Klwanit Club Tuetda at at The Nicholson House The barber hope will be closed July 4 in cooperation with other Paris merchants Lynn Norwood owner of Lynns Garage has announced the i n stalla t i o n of new Sun tuneup equipment at his shop Ira Garrett PreSchool Associa tion will have a Coke party day night at the Texas Power Light Company Conference Room at The City of Parli resumed Its power mist spraying of DDT to combat mosquitoes The spraying had been temporarily stopped due to the recent rains Paris police observed a quiet weekend with only one small ac cident the reported theft of six hubcaps and the arrest of one drunk MUs Janyce Fangio 75344th PATROL Continued From Page One be the order of the day during the holiday period Major Smith also issued several donts for Texans celebrating the Fourth of July 1 Dont drink while driv i n g boating or swimming Alcohol pro duces drowsiness much quicker in hot weather and slows reactions 2 Dont show off in a car or boat The expert professionals shun this sort of thing 3 Dont drive part A distracted or inattentive driver cannot cope with situations be cause he is not ready for them 4 Dont allow picnic food to get hot before mealtime Spoiled food can result in painful poisoning and could be fatal 5 Dont stay unprotected in the sun for more than 15 minutes Tender skin will burn quickly un der a July sun 6 Dont be careless with fire works Even socalled harmless sparklers and Roman candles have caused serious burns 7 Dont go boating without a life reserver and dont swim away rom the group Even the best wimmer can panic NE returned to Houston today to be with her sister Carolyn who is in an unimproved condition in Jef ferson Davis Hospital there A charge of driving while In toxicated was filed Monday in La mar County Court against Wayne Hampton Kirkland of Paris Kirk land did not immediately enter a plea to the charge names of Mr and Mrs B E Ladymon Rt 2 Paris were omitted from the list of gue s t s attending the Ladymon fam i 1 reunion held at Post Oak Com munity June 21 as published in the News Thursday The AllKiwanis Picnic will be ield at Leon Howards ranch three miles east of gate 5 Tuesday at 7 Kiwanians families and quests are invited A roundtable luncheon will be held at noon Tuesday in The Nicholson House dining room The Lamar County Clerks of fice isin the process of mailing out 311 Notary Public commissions County Clerk Johnny Stone said 12 more commissioners for new notaries will be mailed later The above total is for persons who made applications between June 1 and 10 Cadet Dlllard Maurice Chappell son of Mrs John Chappell of Austin formerly of Pa r i s ar rived at Fort Lee last Satur day to attend the 1959 Fort Lee VIOLENCE Ronnie Wilma Lee and Con n i e 8Dont be a There Sue of the home Joe Ward Lin T idale Tex Oliver Ward McKin Miss Henry will receive ney William C merchandise from the Ward and Mrs Lucille Kerr all of Fort Worth Orville Ward Bos well Mrs Mabel McClure Bok Shop Runner up to Miss Henry was Miss Judy Ccliard 16 daughter of Mr and Mrs Bill Collard She will be a junior student at Honey Grove High School next year She received 15 worth of merchandise from the Vanity Shop Cotton Martin director of the summer recreation program es timated that was received from the contest which was staged in the grade school auditorium following the carnival held at Crockett Park where games and contests and a box supper was held Contest judges included State Highway Patrolmen Bob Walker and Charles Carey of Bonham and Max Womack of Paris The recreation program is car ried on daily at Crockett Park for younger children and two nights pach week at the high school for the teenagers Martin was hired to direct the program by the fivemember ex ecutive committee of the Youth Projtct chito Mrs Dorothy Richards o n Miss Geneva Ward and Mrs Stel la Tyers all of Gartend Mrs Corlene Graves Mrs Carlene Graves 531lst NE died early Monday in a Par is hospital Survivors include her husband Edward Graves her mother Mrs Witchsna Therman three daugh ters Calena Joe Graves Rosie Ann Graves and Mary Louise Graves four sons Donald Wade Graves will Edward Graves Orange Graves Raymond C Graves a sister Mrs Ozella Max ey all of Paris and three grand children Funeral arrangements are in complete at Moody Wortham Fu neral Home At the start of 1959 persons were covered by employ eremploye pension plans in the United SUta really is no reason to hurt your self while having a good time Miss Chnrlotte Bonds Is Homecoming Queen Oklahoma News Bureau BOSWELL Okla Miss Char lotte Bonds Monday was crowned 1959 Homecoming Queen at Bos wells Annual Summer Home coming Miss Bonds receive a total of 521 votes in the four candidate con test Her attendants for the day were the runners up in the c o n test Miss Louella Cheshier with votes Miss Pat Bean votes and Miss Palsy Ensey 1129 votes Honey Grove Visitors Paris News Service HONEY GROVE Mr and Mrs James Galloway Longview are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Sherwood Reece Mr and Mrs J B Mahler and family are visiting his paren t s Mr and Mrs E M Mahler Heid enheirrw Continued From Page One Saturday when his sports car overturned A passerby discovered Richard Mayorga 15 fatally shot in a parked station wagon Friday night in Dallas A rifle held by ranch foreman Horace Hubbard discharged Sat urday near Brenham fatally wounding Mrs Hubbard 2fl Sher iff Tieman Dippel said Mrs Hub bard cleared her husband of blame Antonio Campusano 24 and Francsca Romero 14 both of El Paso were found shot to death in a parked car south of Fafaens Walter Beeb 33 of Grandfalls was found shot to death Saturday i his home Officers said a train accident apparently caused the death Fri day or Saturday of John Ira Sig er 44 BlackweU Okla His body was found along the railroad racks 21 miles west of Odessa A crash described by police as deliberate killed Frederick New on Gunn Dallas Satur day junns auto smashed into an abutment under the DallasFori Worth Toil Road Four Air Force men died Fri day night when two jet aircraft crashed within 40 minutes near San Antonio Lt Roy Owings Great Falls died when his T33 went down near Lavernia Capt James L Lunge 28 Sork 1st Lt William H McCas and 26 Logansport and Airman Michael J Kempt 22 Leon Iowa perished in an RB66 jet which went down north west of San Antonio Mrs David J Uosiettler 32 Corpus Christi died Satu r d a y the auto in which she was iding struck a light pole on the Padre Island causeway A 2car collision at the inter section of two farm roads killed Andrew Jobe 60 of Point 20 miles southeast of Greenville T J Snow 43 Houston died Saturday night when his car shot off a freeway overpass at La Porte Raul Ramirez 11 Donna drowned Sunday near La Feria Mrs Anne B Brooks 34year old Negro woman was found beat en to death in her Dallas apart ment Sunday The body of a 10yearold Negro girl was found Sunday in a Hous ton park She was identified as Mattie Louise Mitchell Dr J A Jachimczyk county pathologist ruled death due to strangulation He said she had also been raped Mosies Garcia 13 San Benito drowned Sunday off Padre Island L C Smith 35 and his daugh ter Cathy 12 both of San Juan drowned Sunday night when their boat struck s free on the Rio Grande south of Mission and over turned ROTC Summer Camp A student at the University of Texas h e will be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United St a t e s Army Reserve upon completion of his studies at the University PERSONALS Clarence Blackburn 150J E Polk s a patient at the San itarium of Paris Miss Jerry Towers of Dallas visited her mother Mrs George Towers 9026th SE Sunday Miss Gene Wall East St Louis has returned home after a ten day visit here with friends Mrs J B Mlkell 7068th SE has returned home after visiting friends and relatives in Corsicana and Dallas Mr and Mrs George E Smith 1023 S Main have returned home after two weeks vacation trip to Missouri Mrs Loyce Sloughr Fairfield is visiting her biother and family Mr and Mrs C W Mc Neal 30312th SE Mr and Mrs Tom ONell and children of Terrell were weekend houseguests of Miss Mary Wilson 232oth SW Mr and Mrs Farrell Shclton and daughters Sandra and Bren da 1625 S Main spent Sunday in McAlaster visiting friends Miss Brenda Shelton 1625 S Main is spending the week in Boswell with her grand parents Mr and Mrs J Y Coop er Mr and Mrs James L Hill and daughters of Ft Smith have returned home after spending the weekend with Mr and Mrs 0 R Morris Brookston Miss Becky Edwards Mlss El len Coleman Bob Swaim and Wayne Maxwell of Commerce were in Dallas Saturday to attend the State Fair Musicals Mr and Mrs Fred Oden 337 E Washington had as weekend guests Wr and Mrs Jimmy Jackson and iamily who are en route to San Francisco to make their home aft er leaving Japan Mr and Mrs Charles Mearn and family 52819th SE have re home after a vacation trip to Ft Worth where they visited n the home of Mr and J E Taylor Mr and Mrs C W McXeal 303 2th SE accompanied by Mrs Loyce Slough Fairfield spent Sunday in Atlanta visiting the McNeals daughter Mrs Har ld Clements and her family Miss Susan McColn daughter of Ir and Mrs R H McCoin 3020 E Houston left Friday for Dal las where she will join her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs M L Mc Coin for a vacation trip to Galves ton Mr and Mrs Roy M Welch and children Ft Worth have returned to their home after spending a two weeks vacation in Paris with their parents Before returning home they also toured Oklahoma Ark ansas Kansas and Missouri ac companied by his parents Mr and Mrs E A Welch 10124th NW Mr and Mrs Bill Abshire 654 E Washington have had as visitors the past three weeks their daughter Mrs Orval Farmer and children Stephen and Michael of Lubbock Mr Farmer coming for them this weekend Their son Bill Abshire South Bend Ind has returned also after a visit here Federal Credit Benefit Plans Have Same Aim Federal Credit Unions and old age survivors and disability in surance programs have a common objective Paul J Files district manager of the Paris social se curity office declared today Both of these programs of the Soci a 1 Security Administration are exam ples of how people in a free econ omy can cooperate with the i r government to help themselves he pointed out Files made this statement in connection with the Federal Cred it Unions 25th anniversary which was celebrated on June 26 Federal social insurance helps workers to build financial protec tion for themselves and their fam ilies in the event of the bre a d winners retirement in oldage or his disability or death Feder a 1 Credit Unions make it possible for groups nf people to organize and operate a thrift and loan program to improve their financial welfare during their working years Mil lions of families have been pro vided some security through the savings of 5V4 million members of thase Unions Federal Credit Unions like the oldage survivors and disability insurance program are selfsup porting Both programs oper a t e without general revenue fu n d s Social Security insurance benefits are provided by the social secur ity tax on earnings all expenses of the Bureau of Feder al Credit Unions are financed by charter supervision and examina tion fees paid by the individu a 1 Credit Unions More than groups of peo ple now operate Federal Cred i t Unions Savings under the p r o gram now total billion and members are adding to this eco nomic security fund at the rate of nearly million a dav Insects in Cotton Need Attention An increase in cotton insect in festation brought on by heavy rains last week needs attention County Agent S L Neal said Mon day Most farmers are off schedule on applications of insecticide The cycle on insects has not been brok en to keep infestation coun t s down he added Bollworms boll weevils and some flea hoppers have been found in many fields One to three applications of in secticide will take care of the in sect situation this time of year Neal said Bollworms appeared earlier than usual It is usually un necessary to poison at this partic ular time of good control has pre vailed up to and prior to the last of June Neal commented How ever friendly useful as they not run down boll worms and boll weevils and des troy them It takes insecticide put on right to do the Recommendations in the Cotton Insect Control Guide include Toxa pheneDDT 21 mix for spray and 21040 in dust form For grou n d equipment two quarters toxaphene DDT 21 mix should be used per acre at this time From 10 to 15 pounds of dust per acre is r e quired An increase by 50 per cent in the amounts is recommended for aerial applications Checks should be made follow ing the application in three dayi to determine effectiveness If a rel ative high count remains another application should be added in five days Keep on a five day inter val schedule for subsequent appli cations of insecticide Students Present Program for Lions Paris Newi Service Fred Newman and Cal T Scott had charge of the program when the Lions Club met Friday noon at Delta Country Club Newman presented twelve girls and boys students at Booker T Washington School who sang several num bers Guests for the meeting were Bill Myers and Frank Henslee Miller At the next meeting July 10 Roy G Cain and Dr Dean Winter mute will have charge of the pro gram Peyton A Ellison Attorney at Law South Side Court House 21 West Houston Notary Servict Dili SU 44488 Stop all 9 kinds of ITCH the way doctors do New Names Joseph Craig Is the name given the son born June 25 at St J o sephs Hospital to Mr and Mrs Tommy Nixon Mineola Gra n d parents are Mr and Mrs T N Carter Paris and Mr and Mrs Albert Nixon Jacksonville John William Stacy is the name given the son born June 24 at St Josephs Hospital to Mr and Mrs J W Johnie Musg r a ve Cunningham Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Odis Watson Cun ningham MARKETS Cattle calves 500 stockerc steady to strong killing cattle and calves weak antl fat cows good to choice calves lower Crudes stock steer calves 25 0033 00 stock yearlings down Sheep Iambs steady old sheep strong to higher good to choice spring lambs good li choice yearlings stocker lambs stocker yearlings down ewes aped wethers Fort Worth Grain FORT WORTH API Wheat 1 hard corn 2 white outs 2 white 8486 2 yellow mlo Too Lote toClossify GOOD CUSHMAN Eagle motor scooter 2300 West Plum SU4233G BEIGE RAYON and and rubber pad 12x15 663 22nd SU46723 5000 CFM evaporative cooler with recirculating pump Dial SU4 8447 WRIGHT WATER COOLER 3000 CFM 2 years old good condi tion 863 22nd SU4G723 BERKLEY D E EP W E L L jet pump 2300 West Plum SU42326 GENERAL ELECTRIC r i n double oven good condition IV years old 663 22nd SU46723 UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS One 3room with bath one 5 cable 1404 Lamar Avenue SU43869 WHERE do you itch WHY do you itch Allergic Itch Nervoui Itch Eczema Itch Itch Iniect Bitei Heat Raih Poison Ivy Sunburn Itch Pruritut CALAMATUM BRINGS RELIEF BEST THREE ROOM unfurnished du p1ex 831 17th Dial SU48530 after 5 FOUR ROOMS and bath on larife lot 940 East Oak Street SU4GI25 FOR SALE 14 Foot Honey Craft finished ma hogany skiboat upholstered seats windshield steering and hard ware Nice Trailer no motor 14 Foot Lone Star aluminum ski rip Evinrude motor electric starting ready to go Nice trailer S693 See at MANESS GARAGE New formula contains 6 antiitch ingredients to soothe pain speed healing stop itch fast Science has developed a remark on spreading itch like poison ivy able new formula that combines 6 because it helps dry open weeping antiitch ingredients to relieve all lesions prevents spreading Pre 9 kinds of itch in seconds Called vents risk of infection from scratch Ointment this ing too because CALAMATUM ew medicated cream actu turns into its own pink bandage wont rub off until you on contactsoothes wash is off Get cooling soothing and aids healing CALAMATUM Ointment at all too Effective even drugstores without prescription ITS OWN HNK BANDAGE C 1959 Isodine Pharmacal Corporation Playtex Park Dover Del MONDAYTUESDAY TILIVISION KRLDTV Channel 98 20th Paris Texas MONDAt News Vteathir Doug Mwards Name That Tunt The Texan Fthr Knows Belt 800 Danny Ann Sothern Desl Lu PlayhM News Pcoole Places Channel 4 Movie Big Picture Zanzibar i Love of Lift iwper Sim OH Search Tomorrow Guldinf Newi Henrli World Jimmy Dean House Party Payoff Vnrdlct Is Youri Brighter The Secret Edee of Nlifht 4 OClock TUESDAY Sign On 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