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18 1Hfc fAMPA bAtLY NfcWi SUNDAY, JUNE it, 1S63 50TH VKAR ***• Fella's Probably Better Liar Than Lover 11 S« ABIGAIL VAN BUREN • *-^^^*^*, DEAR ABBY: A certain hand-! Inil my kids are with me 100 per Some, gray-haired man in this [cent. My daughter eariy; ALL her toun has never been married and j clothes money babysitting eve- claims he never will be. He would j nings and week-ends. She is Ifi. My bs a re.il catch for any woman. ' son pels up at 4:30 in the morning ' He boasts that he has had a fling j to deliver newspapers. He is 13. ; vith every attractive woman in ! Another of my sons already has; town, br.fore she was married. JfiOO put away in the bank for his (And a few after.") He claims that ; college aducalion and he is is 15. thev all have told him dial he ,' (M 9 runs errands for a druggist.) makes their husbands lo-ik like; Please print this for some teen- tchnolbovs Mv tb e r»ry is that anybody who bra?? like this is trying (r\ cover up an in'e.rioritv complex. U'hat do you make of him? LOCAT. GIRT, DEAR LOCAL: He's probably a better liar than lover. But as a ;"real catch for any woman"—I'd b« inclined to throw him back in. DEAR ABBY: What can I say to a woman who calls me on the and talks for ovfr an hour? agm who ask. "How much allowance am I entitled to?" MOTHER OF SIX For a personal, unpublished an- j swer to your letter, write to Abby, Box, 3365, Beverly Hills, Calif. Don't put off writing letter Send one dollar to Abby for her booklet "How To Write Letters For All Occasions." Family Of "Uncle Sam" Kunkel Holds Reunion In Legion Hall McLF.AN (Spl) - The Family of "Uncle Sam" Kunkel met recently at (he Legion Hall in McLean for (he annual family reunion. There was bountiful supply of food at noon, and after eating, "movies" were shown with their projector of previous reunions. The group voted to hold the reunion on the same date and at the same place next year. Out-of-town relatives attending were Mr. and Mrs. Nugent Kunkel, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kunkel ST., Vera Jane and Jeanie Kunkel, Mr. p'ume anu itttr.> n-i u> • ' a,i IM/UI • i it This happens four and five times , M CP • week. I trv.toend theconversa-l 1 "«W. Bride-Elect Shower tion, but it does no good. I've used up all the excuses, like someone is at my door, or company just came in, but she keeps right on talking. My husband threatens to have the phone taken out. I shudder every lime my phone rinqs. Sometimes I don't answer it. I've missed gome important calls this way. I don't want to hurt her feelings. What can I do? FORMAL INSTALLATION — Participating in the installa tion of new officers for the Women of the Moose Lodge were left to right, Mrs. Sam Williams, installing guide; Mrs. Charley Webb, installing chairman; Mrs. Ralph West past senior regent and Mrs. Lovie Fry, incoming regent. n-hom. Pnv* W<ius) MCLEAN (Spi) - Miss A 11 a June Watson, bride-elect of Ted Slvaller, was honored with a miscellaneous shower in the fellow- Auto MMeff pick up the ship hall of the First Baptist Church Monday evening. Hostesses were Mmes. Ernie Fry, Homer Abbott, Frank Sim->- ITAP son> Morris Brown, Johnny Jo r -. K 'Hutchison. C;-e?d U'-sl-,. Orvr-' Meacham an d Borrow Recipes For Living New Officers For Women Of Moose Installed In Formal Ceremonies Chapter 1163, Order of the Wo- ] Mines. Dovie Toler, Moo<u> Heart men of the Moose, held its annual, i Ed Tigrelt, Moose Haven; Sam hear her vrice, say, "I'm sorry, I can't talk fn you now" — th«n hani» un. If you do this often enough, she'll get the message. Don't worry about hurt- Ing her feelings. If she's as brassy •s you say she is, she'll call the rext person on her list and talk HER ear off. Barbara Smith If you are in the age. group often referred to as "senior citizens," has it ever occurred to you that you have a personal responsibility Mrs. Donna Graham registered to all the younger persons you the guests. ,know? The refreshment table was cov-l It hasn - t? Well> in speaking to a ered with a white lace cloth over governors - conference on aging, white, centered with an arrange- Dr . Edward B ortz, a senior con- ment of aqua and white flowers, j sukant at a Phi | adelphia hospital. Miss Meacham and Miss Smith urgcd Dersons in their maturily to formal installation of new officers l Goodan, social service and Her- Monrlay evening in the Moose man Giant?., publicity chairman. Daily Rope Work Limbers UP Limbs By ALICIA HART Beauty Editor Newspaper Enterprise Assn. The rope trick can help make vou supple. Elaborate equipment is not necessary. A firm known for its simian aids (Shulton) has devised a series of easy exercises done with a rope to help .you shape up for summer togs. Here is one: Fold your rope in quarters. Assume n sitting position with legs together and knees straight. Your toes should be turned up and kept that way. Raise your arms over your head , (upper), holding the rope taut, j With your arms held straight (center), reach out over your feet ; with the rope. j Continue to reach forward (low-1 and Mrs. Carl Kunkel "jr., Carl Dcrris III, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Kunkel, JoAnn and Vetva, Mri. LaEuna Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Caldwell, Dennis and Chris, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maxwell, Sherri and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pcwc!!, all of Amarillo. Mr, and Mrs, Bill Rodgers and Kathy of Dallas; Mrs. Robert Varnett, Weatherford, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Kunkel and Burl, Dumas; Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Lawley and Dennis, Elk City. Okla.; 0. Z. Kunkel, Pampa; Mrs. C. T. Chapman and Tommy, Grand Prairie; Mrs. A. D. Johnson, Karen and Beverly, Muleshoe; Mr, and Mrs. Frank Terbush, Mrs. Barbara Mansel, Sid and Duane, Groom; Mrs. D. F. Riddle, Mrs. Gwen Smith and Richard, Roswell, N. M.; Mary Etta Hudgins, Erick, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Riddle and sons, Borger; Phyllis Veasey, Clovis, N. M. Attending from McLean, were Mrs. Gallic Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Newt Barker, Mrs. Gladys Smith, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Kinard, Mrs. Frank Rodgers and Chris, W. S. Kunkel, Mrs. Bunia Kunkel, Mr. and Mrs. Oba Kunkel, Eddie and Sue and three visitors, Mr. and Mrs. George Colebank and Donna Graham. ^erved the pineapile s h e r'b e t punch, cookies and mints. ' DEAR. ABBY: We recently pave i p oued p , ant _ ronipletcd , he our lovely daueh'er a beautiful ;orations nf the ha! . others. Avoid being interested only Lodge. 412 W. Browning with Mrs. Also appointed were Mrs. B i 1 in how you feel, what you think, j Charley Webb as installing chair-1 BowUng chi , d canj . Mrs ' Jo and what others should be doing'man for you. 1 en port, hospital; Mrs. Clyde Ed- Pampa Moose Governor, T o m ( mundsoni librarian; Mrs/Malcolm McDaniel. homemakinp; M r s. Sam Williams, membership and —Keep your sense of humor, i Beard was installing reeent. Mrs. There's no one more delightful j Sam Williams was installing guide. __ ^ than an older person witha ready ; Taking office were Mmes. Lovie Mrs Charley Webb, acad r emy of joke, a twinkle in the eye, and a Fry. senior regent; Ralph W e s t. i f r i enc i s hi p . hearty laugh that comes easily and j Graduate junior regent; Truman er), with your head down between your arms. Keep the elbows straight and scoot your hands on the floor. Try to hold the rope taut. Return to starting position with the rope over your head. Repeat j the exercise slowly at least 10 often. make their lives attractive young people. "How can young people," Garrson Jr., junior recent; Con- J» nlor Senate rcficnfs pin nie Lockhart. PTOIS: Vivian Hoi- i vvas presented m outpnmg senior lo For oldsters, about youngsters: ; man. sentinel; \V. C. Brown, r-hap- ; rcccnl - Mrs ' Rnl < lh ' V(>st : Ruth Milletfs bouklet, ""Tips on lain; Tom Brnrcl. recorder; Thel- Installim: ceremonies were con- he ( Teen-Agers." Just send 25 cents to; ma Casey, assistant cuide: Albeit f'^lod with pravrr bv installing timc-<;. is t'" diffi with most exercises, it routine that makes the ice. FLOWER PLANTS Geraniums Pansiej Petunias Begonias Verbeans Peppers Tomatoes Many Other Varltlft Of PUnti Harp 9 Heut* 609 N. Russell MO 9-9275 church -wedding. It almost broke ".our hearts to Idarn that she is po- Jng to have a baby soon. She managed to keep it from us until after the wedding. She must feel terrible The gifts received by the honoree were displayed for the guests. asked, "look forward to growing . Ruth Millett Reader Service, ' Childers. « u i d e; old if they don't like the senior i care of The Pampa News, P. 0. j pianist. They wore Frank Arthur, chaplain. Mrs. S;ini fioodan. ivhiip formals. Following ihc- installation, a buf- citizens with whom they come in | Box 480, Dept. A, Radio -Cityj Chairmen.'appointed bv the new fet supper was held for members contact?" CITY GETS PERMIT , AUSTIN (UPI)- The city of 'to have to face friends and rela- | Groves was granted an amended ;that ll ls worse to have 'Station, New York in, N. Y. (senior regent, Mrs. Fry were He also reminded his listeners a har- fives in this condition so soon after •her wedding. We had looked for- .Tvard to the day when we would ,'become'grandparents — but not -this way. AVe are a respectable •familv. Abby. It is so embarrassing. What can we say to people ;when the gossip starts? Tell me, •for the children's sake as well as -cur own. ; A LOVING MOTHER : DEAR MOTHES: Your daugh- ~t«r's lucky to have a husband. Count your blessings and tell 'em nothing! DEAR ABBY: I smiled to my- ielf when I read that letter from the teen-ager asking. "How much allowance am \ entitled to?" You lee. Abby, mv husband left me. permit yesterday by the State Water Pollution Control Board to build a sewage treatment plant. Groves is near Port Arthur. WHEN PAINTING OVEk v A WOOD PRESERVATIVE-' YOU MAY HAVE TO SEAL IT FIRST clening of the heart and the mond than of the arteris." __ ^ How do you go about being the kind of older person that young people admire and. respect, the kind that makes them think, "That's how I would like to be when I'm that ,age."? Here are a few ^pointers: — Never stop taking pride in your appearance. It is every bit as important to make the mosl of your looks at 80 as at 18; perhaps even more important. — Look «head, instead of looking back. Dr. Bortz also said: "A person becomes old when he can no longer look ahead." — Don't let yourself ^grow self- centered. Be genuinely interested in the lives and the problems of Miss Sandra Sue Biggers Installed Worthy Advisor Of Skellytown Order ard Tin- next meeiinp will be Tuesday at S p.m. VALUE-PACKED BUDGET PRICES TELLS DATE.. WINDING! Baylor tolendor wolth for men ... 17 jewels • i. automaticl lody'j 17-jeweI B«x lor , .. «xquil!le gold case. Mon't Baylor... aulo malic.,, 17 iew«U. WATER RESISTANT Th» Igronetl ... 17 I*well... lovely droi bond. Hylsr... mqlching PAY NO MONEY pQWN QNIY $1 WIIK^Y '»h«n «oi« end cryital mother with a red and white carnation corsage and her father a white carnation boutonnierc. Refreshments of i-hcet cake and punch were served. Deadline Hearing For Registration In Panhellenic At a recent meeting of the executive council of the Pampa Pro- ; club until fall. C.C. Club Holds Guest Breakfast McLEAN (Spl) — The Centennial Culture Club held its annual guest clay breakfast in the home of Mrs. Homer Abbott, \\ \ \ h Mini's. C. M. Carpenter, .1 E. Kirby and Kid McCoy as assistant hostesses. Tlu; guests were scaled at quartet tables which were centered uith spring blossoms and refreshments were sprveil. 'Ibis was the last meeting of the visional Panhcllenic. Mrs. Bruce Those auending were Mmes. Prptl, president, stated that the Gladys Smith, Ruth Kemp, lona deadline for registration with the I Meyers, May Massay, Fidelle Panhellenic is drawing near. All Stubs, Mildred Greenhouse, V'ola senior pirls and college under-' ''lass, l.eona Andrews, June Day, Graduates of the Pampa area, who \ Mary Eustace, Edna Taylor, Vera Miss Sandra Sue Biggers . . . worthy advisor nrp interested in paticipatinq in rush activities of a national sorority, must register with t h e P.P.P. Any girl, who has so. Th<= Skcllytrmn Order of the Rainbow Girls, hpld its Installa-! Any S lrl - who ha<i fail <^ to do lion of Officers for the second •'"• ma - v re P' sfe <- at the home of term of the vear at the Mnsonic ."''• Henderson, 419 E. Foster, Beall, Maude Cooke, Claudia Finley, Roberta Welch, Myrtle Guill, Willie Bouett, Edith Florey, Pearl Bogan, Carrie Kirby, Grace Carpenter, Myrt McCoy, and Oma Abbott. Hall Tuesclav p\enmg af 7:.'JO. H. L. Diggers Jr. installed his, Mrs - Pratt emphasized that ,, . , r r.- sister, Miss Sandra Sue Biggers, before July 1. Mrs. Prati order for a in receive a rec- CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS 107N.Cuy!tr MO 44377 RHEUMATIC ARTHRITIC VICTIMS Oiiered Faster Relief From Pains 4 •P'«»l to'tric Coated labial. Qu.rk- ^ rolcra biood «tre9m from inleivinea. Will »ot n»u«t«',«. K'd'Jcn «ric mid, fiTinc guick. longer l»mni- reii<v lo »if»p- ni. G« z-iiuin« A R. P»in RICHARD DRUG Joe Tooley— Pampa's Synonym (or Drugs 111 N. Cuyler MO 5-5717 Either of these methods also cin be used to cover up white marks left by shoulder straps or a wrist i i • t i_ • nmmpndatinn frr,™ •=. n ,, watch you forgot to remove before as worthy advisor for the ensuing """fnudimn trorn a Pampa . • term. Other officers installed were' alumna ' she must first be reg- SLinnin 8- wonhy associate advisor, Wanda ; ls '" rpd lvifh the P P.p. Moore; charity, Beverly Harlan; i Information on rush activities of Impe, Lana Sue Brown; faith, a "ational sororitv is available Carol SatiKer; lo\e, Linda N e 1- at tne borne of Mrs. Henderson son; nature, Ada Leclford; fidelity, __^_^_^__--.-_—- * -- Rita McAllister; patriotism, Cynthia Hawks; immortality, Janie Simmons; religion, Ruby Cone; service, Shelia Berry; confidential observer, Lena Sisco; outer observer, Linda Allen; musician, Myrna Shubring; choir dir., Mary Moffitt; chaplin, Janice St. Clair; drill leader, Lynn Hand. Installing officers were Myrna Shubring; installing marshal!, Linda Burgin; installing chaplin, Barbara Duke; secretary, Mrs. Dorothy Atkins and musician, Joan Jarvis. Miss Biggers colors were red and while; her theme "Love One Another"; her song "Walk Hand and Hand" was sung by Miss Beverly Harlan. Her choser. flowers are red and white carnations. Miss Biggers parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Biggers, presented their daughter with a white Rainbow Bible. Sandra presented her MR. BILL TUCKER, stylist, joins the experienced staff of hairdressers. LOIS MARLAR DUTCH MARSE LINDA POARCH GLADYS SCOTT At The MODERN BEAUTY SHOP KILL TI.-CKUR Stylist Bill welcomes the ladies who like the new trend and latest hair fashions to visit him during the summer months. MODERN JJO N. Jiussrll SHOP J\1O 4-7 J 31 'W •" ' •! 1 Cool a hollle of Elizabeth Arden's Blue Grass— twine snow flowers in your tresses. This will be a summer to remember* Flowrr Mist, 4 ozs. 3.00 *nd 8 MS. 5.00, Dusting Powder, 3.00 »nd 5.00. Bin* (ira«s Fragrance Set of Perfume Mist and i on ol Blue Grasn Pertume, 6.00. Prices plus Id. 1307 N. Hobart MO 4-2504