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The Paris News (Newspaper) - September 3, 1945, Paris, Texas John Williamsjr to make Home Here and mrs John w Williams who hive been residing in for the past number years arrived in Paris Friday and Are making their Home for the Prescan with his Mother mrs John w Williams at 1341 Clarksville St mrs was the former miss Grace Dew Csc daughter of or and mrs j w Deweese 1747 Lamar ave the Williams have one daughter Patricia who will in Roll in Paris High school As a Sophomore student prior to Leav ing Dallas they were extensively entertained by friends there Finney attends dal Las Lions meet the ports new parisian to teach in marshal i school mrs Frank Fuller or the for Mer miss Joan Abbott has accept Eda position in the Marshall High school Marshall mrs Fuller Mer English and speech teacher in i items for this deportment must be received before c m news Paris High school will teach those same subjects in Marshall or Fuller who has been teach ing in Dallas accepted a position in the Marshall High school As band and choral director the fullers spent the weekend hero with their parents or and mrs Luke Abbott 1510 Clarksville and or and mrs Frank Ful Ler 827 w Houston St grand Avenue u5o list Volunteer services for r h Finney District governor stationery ranked the highest of Lions 2x accompanied by mrs i on the list of Volunteer services Finney Secru sunday in Dallas rendered it the grand Avenue where they attended a dinner Ruso for the week ending sept 1 meeting o the club in the Muliose hotel they were also accompanied by Niece miss Elizabeth Waller of Cape Girardeau who is visiting them Here and by w n Furey Cabinet Secretary my wife the finn Rys remained in dal Las for further Lions business monday they were joined there by their son William h Finney his wife and two children Ann and Beth of Mckinney boys Given stationery totalled 2382 other services include number of regular senior volunteers 80 who served a total of 208 hours number of regular Junior Volun Teers 3 when served u total of b hours number of other Volun Teers t5 who served a total of hours two Hundred and nine emblems were sewed on and 468 nac Kancs wrapped there were 21d women guests and four Mil itary hostesses who served a total of nine hours 32nd Street Iso monday p info run funeral for miss Alice huddle j Al at Home and Talent audition of los Angeles former Laj night sgt Art Dobrow was in charge deaths mar county resident will be held wednesday afternoon at i Oclock at Brown Rodon funeral Home Here and burial will be made in the cemetery in pleasant Hill com her old Home pallbearers be w a Jack Roscoe Mcclure a 3 White will key Floyd Mcclure and Bert Scott miss huddle died aug 30 in Long Beach at the Home of her brother w s huddle a Niece mrs c c Phillips of Paris at tending her at the time arrangements incomplete arrangements for the funeral of mrs p p Hindman fatally burned Friday night at Home 3305 Bonham remained incomplete monday pending word from her son flight officer h m Pete Hindman in Cairo Egypt Man to Fry funeral Home is in of the sunday night radio pro Gram appearing on the program wore pfc Dick court Camp Maxey Tenor Cpl Howard prom incr concert pianist and pvt doily saturday p m Page eight monday afternoon september 3 1945 seven trustees serve pc Herbert Frohna violinist who formerly appeared with the Mil waukee1 hymn Hong orchestra miss Gloria Dawson who Sang last sea son in the Starlight operetta series Sang several solos and two ducts with private court is visiting in Paris James Beck and Weldon Jef fus handled the technical end of the Remote control broadcasts after the broadcast the perform ers gave an informal program John t Harris and his choral group the Harrison ans sane negro spirituals for the sunday Musicale punch and cookies were served after the program by the charge up Vic mrs widow of no grand ave Mic Tyso Paris automobile dealer died sat monday 2 p Bridge party ii relay morning at St Josephs for military wives 6 p dinner Hospital where she was taken after she awoke about 11 Oclock Friday night her bed being on fire x Jones Dies John Xor Man tones of Povy Arterly 74 retired primitive Baptist preacher and Farmer died at Home monday at n m after two years ill health hour music 8 p recordings made with William Rue 8 p brain Buster program Murray to gel in charge tuesday g p dinner hour music p leather Craft with mrs Helen Thomas 8 p Ball and Chain the Rev Theodore Mcelroy pastor of the first Christian Church was daddy at the Sun funeral service Al the Baptist Day morning breakfast and gave Church it Powderly will be con ducted tuesday afternoon at by elder a d West assisted by w w Fowler am Brown Roden funeral Home will make inter ment in knights of Honor a Csc try at re room boy scout activities a talk miss Frances Linch was hostess assisted by miss Jean Hogle miss Nell Mcdowra and miss Ruth Billingsley pianist for the hymn sing was mrs Lamoine Miller the Coffee hour sunday was served by mrs a f Milliard mrs c t Johnson mrs j s Lenoir mrs r l Kain mrs l m and mrs Glen Burl As n part of the Camporee held at Camp Clark monday and tuesday this week d i at Kloh is i marriage of former i i Cooper Man to n court of Honor will be held the ramp fire program monday at at Carnap Clark Bobby of troop 1 will to badge include or mix Palm to iat Houston and Billy Henley of troop 1 and Silver Palm to Roger Wayne Evans and a Tenderfoot badge to Freddie Evans a new member of troop 1 Gray ladies corps meet postponed Cooper ment has been received Here of the marriage aug 21 Ifshin Agui Dill ii puerto Rico of Carrel 1 d Sandy Swearingen and miss and mrs Gene Vasquez of Agui Dilla they Are at Home now in Texas City where or swearing Gens parents or and Krs c d formerly of Cooper now reside major Vazquez is an officer in the United states army the regular monthly meeting of j school in Georgia seven Paris business men form the Paris Junior College Board of trustees elected by the pc District tenure of service of the Board members is overlapping so that each member in fully familiar Wilh duties and responsibilities of the Board president of the Board is j 15 Marvell Paris attorney former superintendent of schools Al de port member of the Paris Lions Nina Vasquez of maj Icib Golf club and Gordon country club to studied Law at North Texas stale teachers col lege Southern methodist univer sity and the University of a Kansas or l b Stephens first vice president of the Board is a Paris Eye ear nose and Throat special having attended officer candidate is father of the late George Stephens pc a student who died or Swearingen who received terraces have inc effect maintaining the soil of ease headaches soothe nerves the Quick net k ins ingredients to the by head ache powder t formula work sex Trofast to ease headaches and sooth nerves up set by minor pains get by in Handy Loc or 25s sizes use Only As directed consult a physician when pains persist 4x noun Shevick exp try work guarantee to did jewelry Worth gift and jewelry shop air Toi 2fil Texas City born in Dills county he was graduated from Cooper High school where he played foot Ball and afterwards attended East Texas state teachers College at Commerce his wife received a b a degree from the University of puerto Rico in 1943 and was employed at Borinquen Field there in a supervisory capacity she came by plane to join her husband in july markets 1voiit1i livestock fort Worth i mostly Slendy medium Wayne Whittington second Vic president is District manager of the Texas Power Light com Pany in Paris Active in the Cham Ber of Commerce Rod Cross War Bond drives and other civic enterprises Secretary of the Board d c Hoiland is owner manager of the Royal Crown bottling co in Par is also Active in the chamber of Commerce War Bond drives and Rod Cross he lists work As his Hobby houses his favorite sport Henry p Mayer member of the Board is owner of the Mayer music House in Paris former director of Liberty National Bank h p Mayer coming events of tuesday 730 p m preschool association will Nold a meet ins in the recreation room of Paris Junior College hostesses Are mrs c l Scott mrs Paul Wilson mrs c s Knapp mrs h c Jones 8pm in the Chapel of the first methodist Church the is will be the sponsor of the alphabet prayer meeting each person attending is asked to bring a scripture beginning with the letter Tutt 3pm the executive meeting of the first Ward Pat will be held at the Home of mrs m l Epps 92612th so to build Home at Hugo for priest Hugo okla com Binal on Parish Hill guest apart ment and priests residence will be built for the Church the immaculate Conception 1 Ore construction to begin in about two weeks the Rev Everest v Foix 0 c father Foix who served both the Hugo and Antlers churches formerly had his residence in Antlers but this was destroyed by the Tornado last april 12 the new Structure of Buff Brick veneer will match the Church Edi 1icc completed about 30 years ago the main Entrance to be on Sec Ond Street the Parish Hall facilities will be of special advantage to the altar society Here which features the serving of Chili and Waffle suppers hero each Winter Grady Sharp Home from Hospital briefs about town Anniar county sheriffs office picked up a 15yearold juvenile sunday who recently escaped after being paroled for work on a farm near Roxton lost Rodeo show of flying v ranch scheduled monday night local officers were on the look out monday for n 1gi39 Chevrolet Wickun i Ruck bearing License num Ber he 9570 taken from in front of Tom loins Home 1850 Lamar sunday last of the flying v ranch rodeos series of four shows will be presented monday night at Oclock in the Arena opposite Gate 5 Camp Maxcy on u s Highway 271 the opening show saturday night was attended by a crowd of about sunday afternoons performance Drew As Many and Large crowds were expected for both the afternoon and night shows monday As this is the la Bor Day Holiday a colourful grand entry opens each performance All participants including contestants in the Rodeo events and the professional trick and fancy riders being included in this feature saturday night members of the Hugo round up club took part in this first feature was trick Riding by veld Tindall and her daughter Garl no of fort Worth Alice Adams of Tui so Frances family reunion honors Rockford Soldier on furlough a family reunion was held in Rockford Community boards town it 1 at the Home of or and mrs l 0 but Ler honouring their son Harold Butler on furlough from fort Ord Calif to has been in the army three years with an infantry unit those present included Ezra Butler Nunci family of Burney or and mrs Jesse Buller Stroud Offen Smith and e g Butler my or and mrs Vaughn Kreig of flying v ranch Robert clock Ray of new Braun Kort Towson director of the Fels or my mrs William Butler Rodeo Edna Hyatt of of Dequen mrs Fred 0 w Boswell president of the chamber of Commerce Ben Marable manager have gone to Washington on business for the organization or Boswel also had other business in the nations capital appeared also Charlie Shultz Rodeo Clown and his trick mule honeysuckle won of laughs Wilh sch Al Spears Bon Franklin mrs charges of in mind affray and carrying a pistol have Beer filed against Charlie Mccardy and buddy Smith negroes by county officials following an incident at i Powderly about 4 p m sunday saturday nights Clyde Cham Grady Sharp 602h be re when they were picked up by la turned sunday from the Scott and White Hospital Temple after three weeks spent at the clinic Hospital there or Sharp underwent an emergency major operation but is reported improving while in the Hospital a group of men from the Temple Lions club met with him at the Hospital to keep up his continuous attendance in the Paris club Mon cows it Rood and Choice calves common to medium Rood and Choice stickier calves yearlings find steers plainer Stock cattle and in Lars Hoks 100 nominally steady at a ibo lop of sows sheep very slow medium lambs feeder Down Many fertilizers enrich soil Al All Good shoe repairers Don country club j b Griffith member has been president or the first National Bank in Paris since january 1040 to came to Paris in j937 from Dallas As cashier at the first National Rose to executive vice president then president o w Boswell member is pres ident and managing director of the first Federal savings and loan association Paris born in Honey Grove he served in France and Belgium in world War sleep on Capitol Lawn Austin More than service men spent sunday night sleeping or trying to sleep on the Lawn of the state Capitol there was not a room to be had any where in town All available space was taken by a Rush students returning to the University of Texas the poorer the land becomes thu faster it washes Nway 800page Amber shocks britons London my Kathleen win sors novel forever amber1 finally got to Bookstall in her own London in an 880page edition that in size alone shocks most britons still conscious of their paper shortage the sunday times said eng lands restoration period is a Field so Rich in possibilities for romantic tillers that trespassers May almost escape notice but decided that miss Winsor tried to Carl away too big a portion of history i the evening standards review Ler said miss Winsor has attempt led an erotic novel on a grand scale swoon with ill defined sex written in a style that rasps the nerves like a Brooklyn accent 1 gave up on Page 272 by which time Amber had reached her eighth dirty face gunman suspect arrested after two detectives killed Chicago dirty faced gunman whipped out a pistol and fatally wounded two detectives shortly before sunday Midnight when they sought to learn Why he was loitering near a North Side currency Exchange several hours afterwards police it Philip Broil Zyc head of the homicide detail snid a suspect had been seized the suspect Hod a straggly Board wore a rubber Glove on his left leading clue in the search for the gunman at hospitals sanitarium of Paris admitted mrs j h Caldwell Chicota surgical mrs Burnett Evans Jingo j n Harris Hugo mrs William Rich Ardson Hugo mrs h Cain Sopor surgical mrs Jim okeefe Antlers surgical Lloyd Merrill 82924th be dismissed Krs r c Stone g2d Church with her infant son Robert c Stone Iii born aug 22 mrs Earl dikes Dekalb with her infant daughter Earline born aug 22 mrs j g Woolsey Garvin mrs Paul Hanna Cooper it 3 mrs r n Baker 3l12lh be mrs Roy Mcfadden 335kth new with her infant son Dennis Royce born aug 26 h c Colvert do Knob mrs John no Well Soper Albert Fry Hugo okla Griffiths childrens Hospital admitted Rota Myrtle three month sold daughter of pvt and mrs e l Castle Gober dismissed Kenneth Ray Highl month sold son of sgt and mrs Joseph Atherton l3354th so Geneva Legate 11 daughter of or and mrs m Legato Idabel okla St Josephs Hospital admitted mrs w h Martin Paris it 2 woman d Reid 2030 Cleveland mrs Florence love St Josephs Hospital nurse turkic no Mary daughter of carpenters mate 3rd class and mrs Pete Hudson Detroit Surgi Cal Elnine 13 and Margaret to daughters of or and mrs a god Frey 9gl5th be Tonsill Cornies dismissed Tama Joe King 88 191n be mrs James 216ioth be with her infant daughter Lamar Hospital admitted Sam Fuqua Paris it 1 dismissed Jake Workman direct j v Hamilton 625 Polk Howard Wood 3017th be mrs Vernon Wright 90812lh be Bokn to mar county officers surrender continued from Page one japanese reports said the most severe typhoon of the year might strike Honshu tuesday if it did occupation schedules might be disrupted there was every indication that the swiftly strengthening occupation would be bloodless their repressible Admiral messaged the amphibious commander inking eighth army forces ashore will provide Well armed Row boats for fire support if Neces in addition to the scheduled prompt move into Tokyo the Jap anese radio today said am troops from Katsugi Airfield would move tuesday morning to Hiratsuka in Northern Kyushu representatives of the american forces already wore Negolia Ling Wilh Hiratsuka officials the broadcast said Small Advance parties already had landed at Kano a Airfield and entered the City of Chiba japanese received the news of their country first surrender with rigid Calm the capitulation was completed aboard the battleship Missouri it a m sunday p m saturday complying Wilh Macarthur s first order As Japan Imperia radioed Field commanders to sur military ruler of Headquarters Render at once emperor Hirohito promptly each show winners in contests were calf roping Bier 2 Robert Price 3 e m Walls i Dick Johnson 2 e m Walls 3 Clifton Kay ribbon roping 1 Dick John son 2 red Truett 3 fat Truett results sunday were Brahma Bull Riding 1 Burr an Drews 2 Boyce Williams 3 Wilkic Tommy Faires Wayne Stewart Cotton Mcleroy Clifton Kay calf roping 1 Clifton Kay 2 red Truett 3 Dick Johnson Bull dogging 1 e m Watts 2 Dick Johnson 3 Delbert person ribbon roping 1 Robert Price 2 m Hardin Chester Daniel or Homer Rainey begins broadcast series monday Austin or Homer p Rainey former president of the University of Texas will go on the air in a six Stalion Hookup beginning monday to discuss with the people of Texas some of our pressing problems in the Light of Christian and democratic Prin or Rainey said the stations to broadcast the talks in a series entitled religion in life Are in Austin Corpus Christ Houston Longview Wichita Falls san Anglo Ralph Sugg and children and mrs Roy Rokni fit and children of Clardy Community mrs William Anbry sons f Bogota mrs Tolbert Mcknight and children and mrs Troy Mann and children of Milton Community personals mrs Frank m Ellis 524 e Price is ill at her Home sol Bruce Smith of the air transport command love Field Dallas is spending n 10dny fur Lough with his Mother mrs Mac Rogers Smith 5093111 be units due to land in u s monday by the associated press thirteen transports bringing Home More than service men from Europe arc scheduled to Dock monday at new York bos ton and Newport news a army units and troop designations include at new York aboard general Patrick troops no listing available aboard Huddleston 427 Soldier patients aboard Marine Raven troops including the chemical maintenance company 1035th Engineer Gas Generator ctn Cement 95th medical Gas treatment ifi7tll Gen eral Hospital Headquarters and head quarters detachment of 28th Ord Nance base depot 30iist 3042nd 3043rd quartermaster Graves Huckl St Tion companies Slish 21tli military police companies s07ih port com Pany 4fiiih military police escort guard companies 35th Martical Supply platoon aviation 136th medi Cal dispensary aviation aboard Louisa m aeon 11 troops und Csik units aboard James Parker troops diverted from the Pacific including 154th 150th 157th 158th 100th and 227lh laundry detachments 3057th 3713th 3fln3rd 3733rd 3994th quartermaster truck companies 400h 5h7th medical ambulance com Pani Esith 153rd 200th and 238th army postal units 15th major port 153rd 441st 442nd 443rd Mili tary police detachments quartermaster and oath com Pany s4th Engineer Bat Talion 723rri medical company 2fiisth Engineer detachment 3003rd Engineer Wal dec detachment aboard Gorur m Bibb 715 troops include link Isth convalescent Center infantry division reorganized detachments Hoam James u Oreck 21 troop tints aboard South West Victory 2fl troops for rotation aboard Arthur huddle 15 troops Tor Navy i j t Armstrong was first proclamation under j to return to Shreveport monday alien control commanding All my people forthwith to cease hostile and disarm aur cd to Potsdam terms his proclamation agreed that Japan would abide by Potsdam declaration res rid ions specify occupation lasting is assured and require to of barriers to free speech and religion Russell Brines Veteran associated press Tokyo correspondent reported that Many of japans intelligentsia freed of japanese Mili after a weekend visit Here Wilh his parents or and mrs j e Armstrong 851 s main St mrs e a Kibble d25 e Booth received a Call from her husband monday morning from san Francisco he landed there sunday night and will in in new discharge Orleans to receive from the Navy he sailed from new Orleans in december 1943 for the South Pacific occasional glimpses of the nearly Tari Stic Rule consider american j Allied planes circling Over forces almost As j head around them Lay a vast or a tremendous show of Allied Ray or Allied warships and ashore military Power was spread and around the japanese dignitaries As they signed the formal sur Render aboard the Missouri Sun Day through the Cloud covered foreign minister Mamoru Shige Mitsu and his retinue could catch capt and or g j Leslie Cooper sept 1 at the sanitarium of Paris a daughter or and mrs James w peace Paris it g at the sanitarium of Paris sept 2 a son Ensign and mrs e w Castle Berry 1358 Bonham sept 2 at the sanitarium of Paris a daughter or and mrs Murphy 20611 Ihne at the sanitarium of Paris sept 2 a son or and mrs g a Gist 1746 e Cherry sept 3 at St to skin Success soap and ointment lairs Bakers Little school first Grade children slightly under six accepted for first Grade work Peone 18b1 septs Hospital a son tech sgt and mrs j r Allen 921 Woodlawn at St Josephs Hospital sept 2 a son staff sgt and mrs Louis Black mar 1331 Bonham sept 2 at St Josephs Hospital a son was the Vanguard of occupation troops expected soon to total half a million Shiffe Mitsu was the first to sign and Gen Yoshi Jiro Umezu added his signature for the Imperial staff nine other japanese stood by uniformed or silk hatted All stiffly impassive 20minute ceremony the 20minute ceremony began with the slow Clear words of Mac Arthur we arc gathered Here representatives of the major War ring Powers to conclude a solemn agreement at Boston aboard pm Rock 38 miscellaneous troops a Newport aboard likes due sunday m troops units aboard Chow True sunday 26 Iron is in Dosier Natch units aboard Sanlian 14 troops units alphabet prayer meet wednesday Al weekly porn scr to Flint held wednesday it r in the Chapel of the first methodist Church the is will be the sponsor each person attending is asked to bring a scripture selection be ginning with Tho Jotter c cruises of Potomac Washington president Truman took advantage of the first nonworking labor Day since 1941 by cruising on the Potomac monday g i portrait one Fine 5x7 Sterling portrait in glorious Gold tone made of any or Reg value Lor Only 4 poses proofs shown nothing else to pay Sterling the hallmark of Quality 9 35 Lamar ave open from 12 m to 9 p m closed on sundays

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