The Paducah Post (Paducah, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 29, 1946 Page: 6 of 12
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THE PADUCAH POST THURSDAY AUGUST 29, 1946
A pretty kettle of fish actress Ann Campbell has rescued from the briny
deep! And pretty too is Ann, featured on Mutual’s “True Confessions/’
who has selected a swim suit of tropical isle in a variety of striking
colors. Note it has been designed as a two-piece suit with front fullness.
Mrs. C. Grayum
Honoring Mrs. Charley Grayum
o.u her seventy-third birthday,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grayum en-
tertained at their home Tuesday
from a beautiful decorated table.
Those present for the occasion
were: Mr. and Mrs. Charley
Grayum, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gray-
um and Jo, Mr. John Lee
Clary, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Grayum, Mr. Billy West and Tom-
my Reid of Vernon, Texas.
Lem Boley and family of Ada,
Mrs. .C N. Willingham assisted
by Buck Creamer , entertained
members of the Eastern Star
Chapter with a breakfast at the
Cottle Hotel Coffee Shop, Tues-
day morning, August 27, at 7:00.
The occasion was in observance
of the birthday of Rob Norris
founder of the Eastern Star.
Tables were centered by ar-
rangements of various kinds of
fall flowers. The program was
under the direction of Mrs. Jack
Beavers and was rendered as fol-
Opening Address by Worthy
Matron, Mrs. C. N. Willingham;
Life of Rob Morris, Jessis Tho-
mas; Vocal Solo, Mrs. Laurel
West accompanied by Mrs. Cliff
Graves at the Piano; Closing Ad-
dress, Mrs. Jack Beavers.
Present for the delightful oc-
casion were Mr. and Mrs. Buck
Creamer, Mr. and Mrs. Laurel
West, Mrs. C. N. Willingham,
and Mesdames, Jessie Thomas,
Ray Graves, Nannie Williford, J.
W. Gibbs, Juanita Gibbs, Annie
Lee Woodley, Johnny Wright Nel-
lie Williams, Mae Woods, Mar-
garet Woodley, Dora Chenault,
Thelma Smith, Eloise Oatman,
Idaul Tye, Myrtle Robertson.
The appointment of Louis E.
Griffin as Veterans administra-
tion Training Officer to be sta-
tioned at Childress, was announc-
ed today by Robert W. Sisson,
VA regional manager at Lubbock.
Griffin will_ supervise veterans
taking on-the-job training in Chil-
dress, Collingsworth, Cottle, Ford,
Hall, Hardeman, Motley and the
eastern'- half of Donley Counties.
An announcement will be made
later as to where Griffin may be
contacted in Childress.
Griffin will perform his duties
as Training Officer under the
direction of Eldon F. ■ Fuller,
Chief, Vocational Rehabilitation
and Education Division of the
VA regional office. “We are an-
xious to give all veterans taking
on-the-job training the best su-
pervision possible in order that
they may make satisfactory pro-
gress in reaching their objec-
tives”, Fuller said.
Griffin is a veteran of World
War II, having served 30 months
in the Army Air Corps. He is a
native Texan, with Shamrock his
home town. He is a graduate of
West Texas State College at Can-
yon and is a former Manager of
the U. S. Employment Service of-
fice in Childress.
He is expected to arrive in
Childress within the next few
WILL BEGIN PIANO
TEACHING WITH SCHOOL
_ Mrs. Clifford Graves will be-
gin her teaching with the open-
ing of school. Piano students may
see Mrs. Graves at her home, or
call 121-W. lt-c.
Mrs. E. W. Niver of Richmond,
Va., is here this week visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Wood. She
is a sister of Mrs. Wood.
At Christian Church
Because they have no pastor
at the First Christian Church,
and because the young people de-
cided a devotional service was
needed after the Sunday School
hour, the Intermediate and Young
people’s Sunday School classes
solved the problem by presenting
a program of their own last Sun-
day under the direction of Miss
Dorothy Elder, sponsor. The fol-
lowing program was presented:
Prelude—Bennie Frances Hob-
Call to Worship—Carolyn
Sandlin and Unafern Monroe.
Hymn—“Living for Jesus”-—
Solo—“An Evening Prayer”—
Bertha Dell Wilson.
Poem “Childhood”—Betty Jane
Solo “Have Thine Own Way
Lord”—Wanda Sue Washburn.
Naming of Books of the Bible
Solo—“In My Heart There
Rings A Melody”—Dorotha Fish.
Communion Hymn “Break Thou
the Bread of Life”
Sermonette — “Christian Ser-
Closing Hymn—“Into My.
Benediction—Choir in unison
led by Ruby Reid and Murleon
The young people will again
have charge of the church service
this Sunday. The public is cor-
dially invited to attend * Sunday.
School at 9:45 and Church ser-
vices at 11:00 A.M.
Cotton has matured rapidly
and insect damage has become
negligible in many fields except
where squares and young bolls
Leafworms are generally dis-
tributed over the state but com-
paratively little damage has been
done because of poisoning and
rapid maturity of the cotton crop.
Pink bollworms have been tak-
en as far north as Bee, Goliad,
and Victoria Counties. The in-
festation. in Cameron and Hidal-
go Counties has not been as
great as last year, and the situ-
ation in general appears favor-
able for a considerable reduction
in the spread of infestation to
The destruction of cotton stalks
in the lower valley has gone for-
ward with practically no interrup-
tion from weather conditions and
it is believed that in a few loca-
tions only farmers may not be
able to accomplish the work by
Too much emphasis cannot be
nlaced on the importance of ear-
ly fall plowing under of cotton
stalks. This practice is a preven-
tive measure for both pink boll-
worms and boll weevils.
This is the final report for the
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Teel had
as their house guests over the
week-end, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Breadthauer and children of
Georgetown. Mrs. Braedthauer is
a neice of Mr. Teels.
Married August 24
Miss Doris Jo Dulaney, daugh-
ter of Mrs. Jesse H. Dulaney,
1309 Madeline Place, Fort Worth,
Texas and Ens, Charles Thomas
Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. T.
N. Jones of Whitesboro, Texas
we re united in marriage Satur-
da, August 24, 8:30 p.m. at the
Arlington Heights Methodist
Church', Fort Worth, with the Rev.
Charles Bryan of Whitesboro,
reading the ceremony.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her uncle, Mr. H. P.
Ralls of Weatherford, Texas.
Bridesmaids were Misses Rose-
mary Anderson, Carolyn Hinds,
Frances Ruyle, Frances Wadley
of Arlington. Mrs. Herbert Crow^
sister of the groom was Matron
of Honor, and Miss Frances Ann
Dulaneys ister of the bride was
Maid of Honor.
Flower girls were Misses Judy
and Norna Crow of Irving with
Phil Puckett as Ring Bearer. Mr.
Bill Bondurant of Arlington, Mr.
Herbert Crow, Irving, Mr. Frank
Thomas and James' Estes of
Whitesboro served as ushers. J.
W. Hayes of Whitesboro was
Miss Nell McCarter, Arlington,
played “I Love Thee”, and ac-
companied Miss An.naynette
Smith who sang “Because”, and
“I Love You Truly.”
For the ceremony the bride
wore a white slipper satin gown
with yoke of white marquisette
trimmed in dainty french lace,
finger-tip vail, with headpiece of
orange blossoms. She carried a
handkerchief of her grandmothers
for something old, and wore a
tiny cameo, embeded with pearls
around' her neck for something
Immediately following the
ceremony a reception was held
at 1309 Madeline Place. Attend-
ing from Padudcah were Mrs.
O. D. Hutchinson and Mrs. Glen-
The Biyde is a graduate of the
Wichita Falls High School, and
North Texas Agriculture College
where she was a member of the
Avolonte Club. For the past year
she has been employed in the
Advertising Department of the
Transit Grain Company, Fort
Ens. Jones is a graduate of
Whitesboro High School, North
Texas Agriculture College, and
attended Rice Institute. He re-
ceived his commission from Notre
Dame in South. Bend, Ind. In
June of next year he will re-
ceive his degree as an Electrical
Eng. from Rice Institute, Hous-
ton, Texas. ' ’A
After a wedding trip to Gal-
veston, the couple will make
their home in Houston.
Honoring those who will leave
for College the Members of the
BTU, dressed in the “tackiest
garb” obtainable gathered on the
lawn at the First Baptist Church
Monday evening for a social.
Present were Charlotte Brown^
Anita Godfrey, Johnye Davis, Don
Gibbs, Woody Wood, Maxey
Green, Helen Joyce Woodley,
Margaret Ann Lee, Leslie Sharp,
H<omer Lou Ledford, Mrs. Ira
Parrack, Mrs. Bill Mulkey and
Margaret Ann Mulkey.
Prizes were presented Margaret
Ann Lee, Joyce Woodley and
At the resfreshment hour
punch and cookies were served.
\Mrs. P. E. Godfrey
Is Hostess To
Mrs. P. E. Godfrey was host-
ess to the U-Need-Us Sunday
School Class of the First Baptist
Church Tuesday, August 27, at
her home on Bray Avenue.
Order of the program follows:
Devotional, Mrs. Myrtle Redwine;
Business by President, Mrs. John
Refreshment of iced watermel-
on was served to Mesdames J. H.
Williford, J. W. Brown, E. J.
Biddy, I. E. Bohner, T. N. Fos-
ter, J. B. Harrison, W. P. Payne,
G. H. Anderson, Ola Mae Biddy,
Myrtle Redwine, Mrs. R. I. Stal-
lings and the hostess, Mrs. P. E.
Godfrey, two visitors, Mrs. Archer
and Miss Thressia Godfrey.
evening, AUguai ^ i , mui a mi
day dinner served by candle light,
Oklahoma spent last week-end
with his mother, Mrs. J. W. Boley
and other relatives.
THE BEST LAUNDRY
SERVICE IN TOWN
For prompt pick-up and delivery
call 309, or bring your bundle to Den-
ton & Hindman Cleaners.
Your business will be appreciated
and we assure you complete satisfac-
L. L. DENTON
Ladies, you’ll be interested in RE-
VERE cooking ware. We have just re-
ceived a small shipment. This is the
“last word” in quality cooking ware.
Solid stainless steel utensils with copper
clad bottoms will last a life time. It
must be seen to be appreciated.
' We have ONE ONLY set of Com-
munity Plate Silverware, Coronation
REX KEYS HARDWARE
"IT’S A REAL PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU”
YOUR HIT PARADE
OF BEAUTY AID
—O— —O—■ —0—
;Here are your own Teen Timer Cosmetics—-You
don’t want to use the same make-up that grown-ups do
—You want your very own Teen Timer Make-up—new,
different, light and smells like a scent from heaven . .
And always at prices that have a Teen Budget.
Heavenly Cologne ............$1.50
Lip Trix.................$ .75
Magic Mix Cream.........$1.00
Velvet Touch Lotion......$1.00
Stardust Dusting Powder .$1.00
Cloud Drift Bubbles ... $1.00
Ab-Scent Deodrant . . $ .75
Glamorous Shampoo $1.00
Dream Perfume . . $4.00
(Plus 20 % tax)
-THEY ARE OURS EXCLUSIVELY-
Post want ads, get results.
Mattie’s Beauty Shop has obtained^
the services of "
Mrs. Lora Thompson,
a skilled Beautitian of several years ex-
perience. We also have
Mrs. Margie Jeffcoat
of Lubbock who has been with us for
the past few weeks.
CALL US FOR APPOINTMENT.
Matties Beauty Shop
MILDRED CARR, Proprietor
Again we are offering you some timely food values and will
appreciate you calling on us, located four blocks south of the
square on Main street. Look these items over:
WE HAVE PLENTY OF
Come and get it.
BEANS per can ..... 25c
Several varieties of fine
In various sizes and prices
This tea is in a splendid refrigerator bottle
NAPKINS 2 boxes .. 25c
(80 napkins-to package)
FRUTO 4 bottles .... 35c
MILLS Grocery and Market
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mills
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Hinds, Alfred. The Paducah Post (Paducah, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 29, 1946, newspaper, August 29, 1946; Paducah, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1014525/m1/6/: accessed August 7, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bicentennial City County Library.