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The Paris News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1940, Paris, Texas 1 sunday 23 w40 the Paris news Paris Texas Community festivals take Many forms in this Region Community festivals homecomings the dates and take you pick theres Mccurtain county Tomato festival at broken Bow next thursday june 27 with a Parade historical pageant and Coronation of a festival Queen at Avery Texas the annual to Mato Harvest Celebration is set for Friday and saturday june 2829 with the Coronation Cere Mony saturday night then monday of this week theres the annual Homecoming at Boswell with a Parade and old settlers program sunday june 30 Ladonia Down in the Corrier of Fannin county is hav ing its Homecoming numerous Small communities Are having annual gatherings also Many of them in connection with Church anniversaries graveyard Workings or the beginning of sum Mer revivals while the religious Home and Auto Supply stores George Nicholi mgr 14 Clark Shiue Tel 43 Ide is uppermost in this Type of gatherings the spirit of Hospital to and Community Fellowship prevails generally june 30 especially will see several fifth sunday Church gatherings and singing associations meetings Friday june 28 is set for a countrywide Celebration of the masonic lodges Centennial in Tannin county to be held at Lake Fannin near Bonham More and More rodeos Are being held in this area offering Opportunity for thousands of fans to enjoy this particularly Southwest Ern diversions and incidentally helping to increase interest in Stock raising the flying v ranch Rodeo held to fourth annual show last week end near it Towson the no annual show at Reno six Miles East of Paris was staged Holland Edwards during the memorial Day weekend and others sponsored by various organizations Are announced for this month and next for june 2829 two rodeos Are scheduled one at Cooper sponsored by the Delta county fair association with shows each afternoon at 2 Oclock at the har Mon Park athletic Field and that at Valliant sponsored by the american legion Post then at Clarksville on thurs Day july 4 the first locally Spon sorted Rodeo will be Given under auspices of Clarksville business men at the new Century athletic Field with 35 professional per formers this is planned As a Bene fit for the future Farmers of America exposition Here next fall Wright City announces a legion sponsored Rodeo july 34 the 22nd annual old fashioned picnic of Tuskahoma and Clay ton will be held on Oklahoma state Highway 2 Between the two towns july 4 Cowboy horse and Pony races Goat and calf roping and wild cow milking will be some of the attractions the committee on arrangements is composed of Lee Kirkes Nat Marshall and n h Hooser and the candidates rallies like the poor we shall have with us the july primary Boswell personals Boswell okla Howard Henry Houston is Here visiting his parents or and mrs w a Henry Ralph ale wins of Hedley is visiting his aunts mrs Inez Ross and mrs Maggie Wallace Noel Bell with his wife and son from Ranger Are Here for a visit with his parents or and mrs w i Bell mrs Rush Burrus has returned from Paris Texas where she spent several weeks or and mrs j b Dekart of Pauls Valley Are visiting their sons Henry and Eugene Dehart and families mrs Olivia Bryant or and mrs Leon Woolbright mrs v h Bry ant and miss Willie banker re turned Friday after attending the National Assembly of the Church of the Nazarene in Oklahoma City City of Sherman to build hangar result of impetus Given aviation by preparedness program Sherman was authorized Friday for the erection of an 80x100foot Al Metal Han Gar at the municipal Airport construction to be completed in about six weeks the action was taken at a special meeting of the City commission to meet demands imposed by the sudden impetus Given aeronautics by the National preparedness program the new Structure will provide storage space for from 10 to 20 planes depending upon size the present hangar provides space for Only two Small Type Trainer planes and one plane is being stored each night at the Bonham Airport five planes will be required for the civil aviation classes As now set up at Austin College Cost of the new Structure will be Complete except for foundation and floor the Structure will be 14 feet High and is to have six doors with Botto operated rollers there will be eight 15pane windows with steel Sash at hospitals mrs a w Lambert of Idabel is a patient at the sanitarium of Aris mrs Fay Shipp of 34 Plum Street is under treatment at St Josephs Hospital mrs Talmadge Hayes of it pleasant is at the sanitarium of Paris under surgical treatment w f Morehead of Fulbright is at the sanitarium of Paris As a patient mrs Rosa Roberson who has been a patient at the sanitarium of Paris has returned to her Home at Haworth okla select what you want Here we have available every thing for your car tires batteries Brake spark pings radios covers and a Complete line of Auto supplies plus bicycles outboard motors and electrical appliances miss Neely scrivner of 18f South main Street has returned Home from the sanitarium o Paris where she was under treat ment miss Mildred Strawn of Idabel after surgical treatment a the sanitarium of Paris has re turned Home Wilson Bronaugh after treat ment at the sanitarium of Paris has returned to his Home at Haworth okla miss Laverne Latimer of sum Ner has returned Home after surgical treatment at the sanitarium of Paris on Park Board mrs Joe Wessendorff fort Worth mrs Joe Wessendorff Richmond president of the Texas Congress of parents and teachers has been added to the Board of the Texas Biff Bend Park association Amon Carter president announced saturday the appointment of Wessendorff is in furtherance of the aim of organization to make statewide the movement to secure for Texas its first National Park in accepting her appoint ment to the Board mrs Wessen Durff stated it is a privilege to serve the organization which is seeking to preserve the last Ireat wilderness of the last Frontier in the United states and at the same time create a tourist Cotton school to open monday 4h and Fra boys invited to attend classes a special invitation to attend the annual free Cotton classing school which opens in the Edwin Wardell Cotton offices on South main Street monday was extended saturday to 4h and Fra boys the invitation was extended by Howard f Taylor chief instructor upon his arrival from Dallas he also urged Gin committees to sign for variety standards in to get Benefit of free Grad ing and stapling he said that should a loan be obtained this year they would be a step ahead on their grading for the loan the standardized on variety communities he urged Are sponsored by the county agents of fice Taylor said he expected a Good attendance at the annual school and that he is anxious to have All interested in the Cotton Industry to attend he said this especially applied to Farmers waterworks operators get higher rating by state Paris Princess deadline moved up for applying for deadline for accepting application for Cotton mattresses has 14 women and girls to represent Lamar county at annual Short course fourteen Lamar county 4h club girls and Home demonstration club women will represent Lamar county at the annual Short course held by Texas a and m College july 812 miss Florence Wilkinson 29 it was disclosed saturday by miss Florence Wilkinson Lamar county women Home Demon stration agent miss Wilkinson also said a slight change has been made in rules governing the mattress pro Gram previously a family apply ing for a mattress was required to have at least two now she said a widower wid Ower living alone on a farm is eligible to receive one of the mat tresses she said approximately applications for the mattresses have been received in the county thus far about have been approved county Home demonstration agent j announced the following women and girls will make the trip mrs George Parr of Frisco mrs Anna b Burleson of garretts Bluff mrs Harry Bost of Reno mrs c m Hill of Minter miss Beatrice Gibson of Jennings mrs j c Fulfer of Paradise and mrs Bernie Mccann of Noble and misses Emma Gatlin of How land Joyce Ball of Minter Mary Anna Ford of Faulkner Mary Jean Gardner of Martin Eloise Bryant of Roxton Dorothy Lang Ford of Roxton and Ema Gene Threadgill of Minter miss Lang Ford and miss Threadgill will pay their own Way other trips Are expense paid chosen to represent Paris at the annual Tomato festival at broken Bow thursday june 27 is miss Ursulene Bur ton student at Paris Junior col lege she was selected by the College faculty for the Honor James Gray of Paris it 3 was reported resting Well at Lamar Hospital saturday after an appendix operation mrs Hazel Pafford of 210 East Washington Street who has been a patient at St Josephs Hospital has returned Home w m Mcneal of Roxton has returned treatment Pital Home after surgical at St Josephs hos varied training Fields at Bonham graduates Are re turning Home from various Fields of educational training Henry Cunningham son of judge and mrs h a cunning Ham has returned Home after graduation from the United states military Academy at West Point n y miss Ruth Leslie after receiving her pm d degree from the University of Illinois has returned Home accompanying her Mother and brother Robert who attended the University graduation at Urbana 111 or John William Jannius Grad uate of Baylor University medi Cal College in Dallas returned this week from Austin where he went to take the state medical Board examinations train ing at it St special to the news Commerce thirty East e m Powell of 185 West Kauf Man Street is resting Well at the sanitarium of Paris after a recent operation but is still unable to receive visitors How you want to pay Pur Chase it is a simple matter to arrange terms our budget mans concern is to make the payment of your Purchase easy and to prevent it from being a Burden merchandise installed while you Are talking with the budget Man the Mer Chandise will be installed in your car All installation work is done by experts die most Douceti listen to voice of Tir Ziretta in Champion in 71 and exhibition York fair Reikard Margaret 0 the it evening f tit tymm 9niutng it a Home and Auto Supply stores Telephone 434 Floyd 10yearold son of or and mrs j a Antwine of an tiers has returned Home after surgical treatment at Griffiths childrens Hospital mrs Finis White of 184 West from the sanitarium of Paris where she was under surgical treatment Ruth seven Earold daughter of Mathias Coursey of boards town had a tonsil operation at Lamar Hospital saturday morn ing r a Brigham is named Antlers c c Secretary Antlers okla special Rupert l Jones president of the Antlers chamber of Commerce has announced employment of r a Brigham As Secretary of the body to succeed Frank Amend who has resigned to devote his time to his business or Brigham came Here about a year ago from Tallequah to be minister of first Christian Church he has combined the work of Church pastor and commercial Secretary in Holdenville Wetumka and Pauls Valley and at Poteau served the chamber of com Merce and edited a newspaper also Cooper personals Cooper Jack Riggs and misses Mabel and Maud Ellington were shopping in Paris Friday misses Mable and Frances Mil Ler Mes Vivian High and Gladys Frazier were in Paris Fri Day mrs b f Clark who has been seriously ill for some time is re ported slowly improving and the is Able to have visitor Lor a Short while at a time mrs Jay Oats who hat been seriously ill at Reed memorial Hospital following the death of her infant son tuesday ii report to slowly Impap inf chamber of Commerce open saturday pms in order that a Fuller service May be offered the Farmers of this Section the offices of the chamber of Commerce will re main open on saturday afternoons in the future it was announced saturday by Louis b Williams manager Williams said the decision to remain open on saturday after noon was reached after it was found Many Farmers Here Only on saturdays have business at the chamber of Commerce due to the increased truck crop move ment in the county scout news scoutmaster w l Higgins of troop 104 Chicota was a Paris visitor saturday and said the Chicota scout troop would meet this week to reorganize and re Register Jack f Lyncy vocational agriculture teacher in the Chicota schools will serve As assistant scoutmaster and the troop committee is composed of j g Brunson Lee Caviness and Jack Glass Paris waterworks operators have been advanced a Grade by the Texas state Board of health according to a notice received by mayor j Morgan Crook the operators t g jew mar tin w t Bill Heuberer and Tom Bentley received the higher rating after passing examinations Given after the close of a water works and sanitation school held Here by the state Board of health under sponsorship of the red River Valley water and sanitation association the Paris waterworks operators Are now classified under Grade b they were formerly classed As Grade c in a letter to mayor Crook or George w Cox state health offi cer said our department is interested in this lie Ansing program because it guarantees to the employing City that their waterworks personal has the training experience and qualifications to fit them to deliver a Safe and better Quality of drinking the Grade b licenses have been received and will be posted in the waterworks office demonstrating the effect of the european War on shipping Only 56 foreign vessels arrived at port Arthur in May compared with 77 in the corresponding month Las year Fiah last the game department proved methods of to double the this year presenting Ray Bakerr Driver of lax Lor t Ray Jug 35 old and married Many people prefer Safe courteous and prompt taxi when they cae 18 181 taxi company registrations were received at the Council office saturday for Camp Glare the week of july 1 from Larry Boyers troop 3 Paris and John Alton Arnold troop 56 Leonard registrations Are coming in fast and All scouts who Are planning on coming to Camp Clark should get their registrations in at once a court of Honor for All Bogata and Haga sport scouts will be held in Bogata sunday night at 8 Oclock at the methodist Church seven babies born at Hospital within week Talihina okla seven babies were born at the Choctaw Chickasaw Hospital Here in Saven Days they Are a son or and mrs Isaac Wilson Smithville june 12 a son or and mrs Joshua Bona Parte Mcalester a daughter or and mrs Clarence Imotichey Troy both on june 13 a daughter or and mrs Cleveland Anderson Bokchito and a son or and mrs Robert c Murphy Finley both on june 16 a daughter or and mrs Joe Thomas Mccurtain june 17 a daughter or and mrs Texas Stata teachers College Stu dents have passed All the Neces sary examinations to Start flight training in the schools recently enlarged civil aeronautics association flying Branch these Are John Chambliss Mays Corsicana Woodrow Kelley Luther Ledbetter Lee Thomas Billie Byrd Hale William n Hargrave Thomas Harle Johnston Ross Earl Johnson Homer Becker Bly Frank Hobbs Jerry Dismuke All of Commero Charles Weldon Craig Campbell Everett Tucker Robertson Gilmer John Taylor Morse Quitman Preston Parker of Ben Wheeler Harold Carl stir Ling and William Carmack Smith both of Sulphur Springs Leon As Bill Emory Alva Cook Eustace Melvin Draper it Vernon ver non Leroy proffer Ladonia Newell Lepeard Mckinney William Humphreys Bogata William Ger Ald Barber and Hal Horton of Greenville John Honey Malakoff Ziba Dorris Barber Newport and Hal Felly Bailey flight training begins for the thirty flying students monday after a weeks ground school train ing troop 2 will return sunday from an eight Day Camp North of Antlers okla scout leaders c s Whitehouse j b Hollje and Paul Inzer have been in charge of this Camp James Grayson was registered As a new member of troop 35 Bogata by scoutmaster Roy left wich cancer control talk at Commerce Institute mrs o m Barnett Lamar county Captain of the women Field array for cancer control has received word from mrs j g Smith Captain at Commerce that a special cancer control feature will be presented during a child development Institute at East Tex As state teachers College this will be Given tuesday at 8 p m by or j m Martin of dal Las who was in Paris for a Simi Lar program at an open forum on cancer control in april Robert Pierce Richard Barmett Dan Moody Sheffield Morgan Darr and Richard Todd were registered As new members of troop 50 Honey Grove by scoutmaster f e Burgess the Rev James Paul scout master of troop 232 Valliant registered Floyd Reed As a new member of his troop Satur Day scoutmaster Volley Coyle of troop 16 Cunningham and Lyle Dorries were visitors in the scout office saturday scout Dorries received Merit badge cards in animal Industry farm Home and its planning and bookbinding he also received a Star badge it 7 1 1 new world beating by a world famous maker compare this heavy duty 8lb All White porcelain Washer with any loan petition for Only 16 would leave july 15 for a five Day Camp in Oklahoma 59 95 weakly i valuable Coupon to our store appliance co i bring this r and receive credit i i on above Washer Deal 38 Clarksville phone 1205 Royal Arch masons name new officers at a stated convocation thurs Day of Lafayette chapter no 48 Royal Arch masons these officers were elected for the ensuing Ca titular masonic year William p Wood m e h h e Gillis e e w Guthrie e Sam Darius Cravatt Connerville june Fuqua treasurer Charles Capell 18 i Secretary j p Bramhall guard take time out for Romance and feel at ease in clean clothes when out on that certain Dat youll want to appear at your very Best that Means you want your clothes fresh and Cool looking that Why youll Send them to Ideal for speedy efficient and guaranteed cleaning Complete work done on All types of garments phone 32 or 33 Blairs Ideal laundry launders cleaners Shakespeare said woman crowning glory is her hair hair that is exposed Tosun wind Andrain will split 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