Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 102, No. 154, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 29, 1980 Page: 4 of 30
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4 SECTION 1—THE NEWS-TELEGRAM, Sulphur Springs, Texas, Sunday, Juna 29,1900.
At Wit's End
By Erma Bombeck
August vows planned
fir. and Mrs. Wayns McGrady of Sulphur Springs announce the
i-coming wedding of their daughter Amy to Thomas Richard
Ifhitlow of Marshall. Whitlow is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Winston
£>fifhitlow of Marshall. The wedding mass will be celebrated in St. -
James Catholic Church on Aug. U at S p.m. Friends and relatives
the couple are invited to attend.
Attending from Dai fas were!
Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Fletcher,
A lot of‘ women sitting out there today con-
templating marriage are saying to themselves,
* “Could I make a serious commitment to a man who
Dancing in marriage is important. It’s one of the
few things you do together in public that makes you
remember why you got married. -
A few naive little fools say^‘J’11 get him to dance
after we’re married.” Oh, sure. And you’re going to
grow hair on his bald spot and put a volume button on
nis snoring. My husband’s feet have been under the
table so long, they wilt when light hits them.
We were out the other night when the orchestra
began to play and three other couples at the table got
up to dance. He looked over at me. ‘‘You don’t have to
look like you just became eligible for the orphan’s
picnic. What possible kick can you get out there on a
crowded floor dancing backwards? I tell you dancing
is a fad. In another ten years it’ll be out! ”
“You said that about sirloin and electricity.”
“Look at them” he said. “Do you think they’re
having a good time? That fella is shoving that woman
back and forth like he’s moving a piano.”
“It wouldn’t hurt you to dance one dance with me.”
He got out his watch, looked at it, and then said,
“Okay, just one.”
Do not be misled. He had no intention of dancing. He
was setting me up for the old modem-equation-for-
non-dancers trick. This is the way it works. First, he
calculates the distance from the table to the dance
floor. This is divided by how many seconds are left for
the song to be finished. If the first number is larger
than the second, he can fill in by helping you out of
your chair, buttoning his coat, stopping by a table to
say hello to someone he thought he knew, or getting
lost on the way to the floor.
Whatever, he made it to the dance floor just in time
to strike a pose and hear the music stop. When the
The Sulphur Springs
Newcomer’s Club met recently
for its last regular meeting at
the People’s National Bank
Community Room with twenty-
six members and six guests in
The program featured local
police officer, Helen Boles.
Newcomers were informed of
some of the services provided
by our local police department
including Vacation House
Watch, where vacationer’s
homes are included on the
Officer Bojes gave tips on how
to protect oneself in the car, at
home, on the phone protection
from the con-man; from at-
tackers; and how to protect the
home. Mrs. Boles emphasized
that the best protection is
“being more aware.” The
group then previewed the film,
“Rape, A Preventative
Images, Sunshine Shop,
Vicker’s Place and Smart and
Other members in attendance The Northeast Texas Doll
not previously mentioned were Club met Tuesday in the home
Mary Barnhill, Frances Boyst, of Mrs. Evelyn Follis is Com-
Frances Tucker, D<pja .Gop- merce for a covered dish lun-
pidge, Jane Noteware, cheon. There were 16 members
Charlotte Zahn, Wenona and two visitors present.
Marshall, Lucia Bunch, Karen The business meeting was
Spearman, Marily n**held 'u^ the morning with Mary
D’Lizarraga, Jane Vest, Speed presiding. The following
Melody Teten, Brenda Johns, officers for the new year were
Katie Meir, Ola Dilts, Gloria elected. They are:
Price, Shelley Baum, Debbie Yvonne Fyke, president;
Angelly and Marilyn Powers. Louise Williams, vice
president; Ruth Burchett,
Sulphur Bluff secretary-treasurer; Janie
Homemakers Godfrey 31,(1 Roberta ^PP31-
sickness and birthdays;
scrapbook, Malva Morris;
The Sulphur Bluff Summer membership, Mrs. Speed; Ina
Inquiry," an informative film homemaking program has Williamson, publicity and Mrs.
with helpful hints for women as- offered a variety of activities Godfrey and Era Bartlett,
well as interviews with victims during the month of June. Nine historians.
students participated. The main At the scheduled July 15
projects included were meeting in the Nelta home of
redecorating the homemaking Era Bartlett the members are
department and a crafts class tb bring an idea for a program
which included making ac- for the up-coming year. The
cjssories for the home. The July program will be on hat
class made a field trip to dif- making and decorating,
ferent craft shops in Sulphur Mrs. Follis will demonstrate
Springs. crepe paper hats. Members are
Beverly Nymeyer, Area VI to bring sewing accessories and
Future Homemaker Officer, trimmings plus an old hat to
Gina Herman, local member, decorate,
and advisor Janie Vandiver The hostess talked about
participated in the Area VI costuming and showed pictures
Leadership Conference at
Avinger, June 4-6. Ms.
Nymeyer is serving as vice
president of recreation and was
of costumes of the 1700 and
1800s, along with personal
sketches she had done of the
styles and materials.
The guests were Katherine
Williamson of Sna Angelo and
Sally Flippin of Nelta. Others
attending were Mamie Daggett,
Point; Donna Pennington,
Mesquite Lois Wooleridge,
Commerce'; Sue Morehead,
Sulphur Springs and Aline
Alpha Alpha Kappa
and convicted rapist.
President Connie Newcomb
thanked members, officers and
committee chairmen for their
help in making the past year
successful. Members returned
the honor by recognizing Mrs.
Newcomb’s leadership during
the past year.
At the business meeting Mrs.
Newcomb announced the of-
ficers for the up-coming year.
The officers are president, Sue
Hildebrand; vice president,
Jackie Willingham; secretary,
Bonnie Gilmer; treasurer, Sue
Shull; and corresponding
secretary, Carolyn Winn
A “Pirate’s Pleasure" was
the culmination of both the
annual team point competition
and an active year as Alpha
Alpha Kappa chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi met on Tuesday
evening in the home of Mary
Reagh. Members of the losing
team entertained members of
the winning team.
Guests were allowed only two
minutes to make selections
from„ menus containing such
items as Skeleton & Crossbones,
Slave’s Delight, Pieces of Eight
and Parrot’s Special.
After the meal, the chapter
members held Installation
services for the 1980-81 officers.
Dorothy Easley served as of-
ficiant for the ritual.
The new officers are Phillis
Rogers, president; Sharoly
Poe, vice president, Mary Beth
Hulen, recording secretary;
Deanna Boggs, treasurer and
Phyllis Morris, ECC
Members of the Maggie and Mrs. Peggy Smith, Josh and music started again, he looked at me and said, “Ifyou
jtoy Phillips family met in Jake; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne think I’m going to be the only one on the floor dancing
(Jreenville, Sunday, June 22 at
the National Guard Armory for
their annual family reunion.
Family members spent the
afternoon indulging in a basket
lunch, good company and
reminiscing over old family
Morris and Mrs. Marie Kern.
Those from Sulphur Springs
were: Mrs. Tressie Morris,
Mrs. Buna Bowers, Mrs. Oleta
Huff, Mr. and Mrs. C.E.
Jenkins, Delray Jenkins, Mr.
and Mrs. Randy Jenkins, Tony
and Tammy, Mrs. Oma Han-
to the theme from Star Wars, you’re crazy.”
“How do you do that?” I asked.
“Figure out just the precise moment the music will
“The same way you know that when the bases are
loaded with two outs and the batter has a count of
The doorprize was presented responsible for the talent show
to Dawn Rosamond. The at the meeting.
Newcomer’s Club expressed The group also sponsored a
special appreciation to Her- bake sale to raise money for the
schel’s restaurant for being the local chapter, June 14 at the
club sponsor and to the community center,
following businesses for The class was ended with an
providing door prizes: outing to the Delta Country Club
Primrose Lane, Shannon for swimming and a picnic on
Square Gifts, Phase n, Young June 18.
A Program of Medical
Management of Weight Control
JS -f8M sa^wTluVS Se„^,two-you turn •“ the 17 set and “*•
Redus Clemmons, Mr. and Mrs. Marriage. It aU comes down to timing.
H.D. Hanson was unable to
attend. Copyrljm 1910, Field Enterprises. Inc.
Ray Flemens and Joseph, Mr.
and Mrs. Mike Briley, Lee Ann,
Carla and Erin.
Those attending from Mount
Pleasant were: Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Kellogg, Danny and Matt;
Mrs. Norman Fitzgerald,
Sherry and Phillip; Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Cameron, Kevin
Others attending the family
affair were Mr. and Mrs. Murl
Dunahoo, Commerce; Mr. and
Mrs. T.D. Phillips, Lexington,
Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Phillips, Edna Birdsong, Mr.
and Mrs. Larry Key, Misti and
>hane all from Greenville.
" Those attending from the
Dallas area were: Harvey
tiillips, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Jon Phillips, Christy and
;lason; Mr. and Mrs. Riley
Junahoo, Mr. and Mrs. Butch
Hooper, Leah, James and
lichard; Mr. and Mrs. John
£ Mr. and Mrs. Toyce Phillips,
nnie and Little Wincie; Mr.
nd Mrs. Weldon Morgan and
itendy, all from Quinlan. At-
pnding from Augusta, Ga. were
Ir. and Mrs. Danny Walton,
helly and Joshua.
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Margie Lyon, Paris,
Mrs. Willia Chisom, Route 3.
Mrs. Opal Cates, Cooper.
Mrs. James Kamalsky,
Robert Joslin, Dike.
Elisha Watkins, Route 2.
Mrs. Wendell Stonaker,
Thomas Williams, Star
Mrs. David Darrow, 701
OUie McDonald, Commerce.
Mrs. Bedie Garrett, Point.
Mrs. Alex Lowe, 305 Lamar.
Mrs. Frank Wyly, 604 W.A.
Mrs. Avon Scott, Route 4.
Mrs. A.J. Causey, Dike.
Kim Bryant, 1225 Main.
Mrs. Clinton Thompson,
Herbert Williams, Route 4.
Mrs. Michael Blerry, Quit-
Mrs. Steve Potts, Winnsboro.
Mrs. Roxie Wyninegar, 221
Carolyn Johnson, Como.
June 4 will always be special
to Travis, Charlene and Lisa
Aren of Arbala. A long an-
ticipated adoption was com-
plete and Lonnie Ray Aven
came to live with the family,
weighing in at seven pounds-10
ounces. His grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. A.Z. Aren of Tyler
and Mr. and Mrs. W.S.
Lemasters of Dallas. Lonnie’s
great-grandmother is Mrs.
Willie Chamness Todd of
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Sulphur Springs Ml. Pleoionl
y Members of the Hanson
family gathered at City Park,
■unday, June 15 for a reunion.
£ Those traveling the greatest
stance were Phil Hanson from
lomestead, Fla. and Harold
(orris from Denver, Colo.
Attending from outside the
Hopkins County area were: Mr.
Ind Mrs. Austin Hanson,
eaumont; Mrs. Luella Sneed
ind Mrs. Imogene Buie,
lidland; Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Holloway, Greenville; Mr. and
!rs. Stanley Morris, Com-
merce; ^Eldoras Jenkins,
x Mrs. Sherri Fuller, Susie and
Tommy, Tyler; Mr. and Mrs.
johny Batchelor, SaAdra
pierce, Mrs. Linda McWilliams
flhd Keith, Irving; Mr. and Mrs.
Eddie Cox and Brent,
Richardson; Mrs. Cindy
inkins, Tiffany and Stacey,
Mrs. Frank Wright,
Amos Walker, Cooper.
Lewis Clifton, 621 Pampa.
Mrs. Mattie Price, 312 North
Mrs. Terry Wright and baby
girl, 904 Sunset.
Mrs. Willie Blow and baby
Gina Hughes and Susan
Lindley returned Saturday
from a week at Camp Gambill
Girl Scout Camp near Paris.
Both girls had an enjoyable
time and didn’t even notice the
record breaking heat. They are
the daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Billy Dan Lindley and Mr. and
Mrs. G.V. Hughes.
Janie Crump, Lou Ivy
Johnson, Carrie Brazeal and
Becke Anderson returned
Friday from attending the 71st
annual meeting of the
American Home Economics
Association that was held in
Dallas this past week.
The American Association of
Retired Persons will meet
Tuesday, July 1 at 2:30 in the
Wesley Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall. All members
and guests are welcome Jo
Monday, June 30
The North Hopkins Young
Homemakers met on Tuesday,
June 17 in the Homemaking
Department for a workshop.
Programs, activities, and
projects for the coming year
The members attending
shared a salad lunch. Those at
the meeting were Mrs. Ruth
Long, Barbara Cockrun,
Sharlene Brice, Joyce Gold-
smith, Peggy Gibby, Mary
Boles, Debra Evans, Wanda
Crowson, Maurine Evans, Jo
Spencer, Nita Laic and
homemaking advisor Debbie
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Scripture Reading forToday: Genesis 3:1-13
DON’T BE DECEIVED!
... ye shill be is God, knowing good ind evil.
NE of Satan’s most effective tactics down through
the ages has been deception He is a master at mak-
ing things appear what they are not A mixture of
truth and error seems to serve his purposes much better
than total error.
Donald Grey Barnhousc illustrated this forcefully with
the following story: "Duveen, the famous English art con-'
noisseur, took his little daughter to the beach one day, but
could not get her to go into the chilly water. After per-
suasion failed, he borrowed a teakettle, built a fire, and
heated a little water until it steamed beautifully. With
much flourish, he poured it into the ocean. Greatly im-
pressed. his daughter went in without a murmur." Barn-
house then made this application: Satan dilutes an ocean
of unbelief with a steaming teakettle of Christian ethics,
and people go wading in, self-satisfied, but unaware that
they arc bathing in unbelief.”
The adversary is delighted when a person turns over a
new leaf or engages in good works, just as long as he
continues to reject the provision of God's grace in sal-
vation, Somehow the sinner completely ignores the fatal
error of not trusting Christ because his life has boon tem-
pered with a teakettle of wholesome resolves.
Our Lord's words arc very clear: ”,.. he that believeth
not is condemned already, because he hath not believed
in the name of the only begotten Son of God" (John 3:18).
Don't be deceived by Satan’s clever ploy. You cannot di-
lute an ocean of cold unbelief with a littlewarm water of
religiosity or good human endeavor. —P.R.V.
The devil in hi* subtle way
Will rhlorotorm your soul,
li you don't quickly turn to Christ.
Whose blood can mike you whole. —lyle
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Keys, Clarke. Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 102, No. 154, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 29, 1980, newspaper, June 29, 1980; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth823398/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.