Denton Record-Chronicle from Denton, Texas on June 27, 1946 · Page 4
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-,TVor»d»r,'June «, IMC 'Expelled From School", Starlet Nancy Gates takes Vacation Frrnn Radio Show to Visit Bomefolks Here By KITTY QUEER Recond-Chroniele Staff Writer Nancy Gates, "expelled from Mteool" ia her milo show, decided to- Uke advantage of her holiday by spending a few days with her Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gates. MIS Bell. Wednesday afternoon, dressed In a simple black skirt and colored Mouse, the young, star of radio and screen relaxed comfortably In the living room of her home, reminiscing with Jane Jagoe, a friend, as she expressed It, since the two "mastered the art of walking together.". For the past few weeks Miss Gates has been portraying a "poor little rich girl" In a daily serial, ••Masquerade," broadcast at 5:39 p. in-, and heard In this area over WPAA. Eyes dancing, she explained that after blackmailing the principal of her boarding school; and: incurring the wrath of h«r, father, Francis., x. Bushman, star- of the silent; screen, she h«d< been sent oltt to travel- with an aunt ,; "I'm supposed' to be in Davenport!" she laughedi "but. for. me, Davenport' meant: Denton," Her' "KolMay" last^ only, until Tuesday, and since Nancy, declares herself unfamiliar with the -script, she Is by no means sure what her next move will be. She smiled across the room at her mother. "While I'm here, though, I'm just going to rest andvvisit with you and daddy." When questioned a little, however, Miss Gates admitted that she had quite a bit of visiting planned. Her mother remarked that no matter what happened Nancy always tried to see all her old friends here to town. And. then, serious for a moment, Hollywood's- young star said quietly, "Of course, I do. Den-' ton is my home." Reminisce on School Days Later, she and Miss Jagoc began reconstructing bits from their nursery school days. Mrs. Gates came to their rescue several times, supply- tog names ana incidents, six Dec- ton girls, Jane and Jean Jagoe, Jesse McCullar, Honey Schmitz Martha Horger, and Ann McPher- sem, began klndcgarten with Nancy and the group remained inseparable through high school. "You were all very healthy, normal girls," Mrs. Gates smiled Nancy and Jane looked a little embarrassed. "But fussy," she amended Miss Gates' plans for the future are very indefinite, since she will be unable to begin or really con- sJder a new movie until the radio work U over. "You can't tio both " she explained, "and right now I'm enjoying the serial. I started out in radio, of course, but this Is the «rst time I've done a continued program." five years ago this summer Nancy, then barely out of high school, and END-OF-MONTH CLEARANCE PLAYMATES JUST IN TIME FOR JULY4TH FUN $3.99 Values ... SHORTS S2.00 SUN SUITS. $3.00 $5.9g Values .... HALTERS Reduced To S1.QO ALL TUBBABLE AND COOL NANCY GATES her - mother--- went to Hollywood. Since that time she has had major roles in "The Master Hace," "This Land .Is'' >Mine','' "The Spanish Main," "One Night of Adventure," and the ''GilUersleeve" movies. A- year ago'last November Miss Gntes was in Denton for the opening of "The Master Race." Girl, 12, Wounded By Nightwatchman's Pistol SAN ANTONIO, June 27.—WV- A 12-year-old girl was slightly wounded here yesterday when a pistol slipped from a nlghtwatch- man's holster and accidentally discharged. The night watchman was getting off a bus when his pistol fell to the ground and flretl back into trio bus. The girl suffered a two-inch graze across her right leg. FOR YOUR FAMttY It often takes the loss of a loved one to make us realize how esseatial it is to secure a family burial plot before the need for it arises. The grief that always accompanies a death in the family makes it » meet unpleasant time to select and purchase a burial site. It adds a great burden at a time when it is most difficult to tear. One of the finest things you can du for your family is to provide this inevitable need NOW while minds are clear, not burdened with grief, and all members of the family may join in 'selecting a location suited to your choice and ultimate needs. To do this In advance of need ia to remove a great burden at the time of bereavement. Visit RoseUwn Memorial Park today and see the beautiful lots that are now available. This is Important, for the location you would select today may not be available tomorrow. Remember, "Prq- UnaUon Is the Thirf of Time." Telephone 17S8-W 1W becoming with £gure fit. Fold them, r«8 tktm, they magically <r rcpleat In cotfoa [ : «r rtyon iabrie, freJi ? ; while or gem toottr $4.95 ABILENE MAN HEADS GOOD ROADS BODY Jim* yi.—lf)—fam K. Eplen of Abilene today began ft new term as president oi the Texas Good Rtxuis Assertion. The association's directors yesterday; rejected Eplen and l»ld plans for an educational campaign to urge adoption of the constitutional amendment to Insure that motor vehicle registration' fees and gasoline taxes (other than the one- fourth for..scnooU) be used /or road construction and maintenance purposes. .; TTils Is now statutory, but the plan would; be written Into the constitution if the amendment U 'adopted. at the general election In November. Magic Show And Play Slated For Memorial Funds The world premiere of Eloren's new magic show and a performance of the popular play, "The Man Who Came to Dinner," by the Interstate Players will serve as the "kick-off" for the North Texas state College Ex-Student Association summer drive for funds for the student Memorial Union Building, according to Mrs. Lady Kate Medders, faculty advisor of the ex-student association. Elpren the magician, who will bring his mystic feats of magic, to the main auditorium on - July 25 at 8:15 p. m., is an ex-student oi the college, Lee Roy Neal, and has been presented on the NTSC stage a number of times. The magician's feature attraction will be "the disappearing boy," to be included In his group of tricks for the first time. The Moss Hart-George S. Kaufman comedy, "The Man Who Came to Dinner," will be given by the Interstate Players in the main auditorium on July 31. An advanced ticket sale for both performances will be announced next week, Mrs. Medders has stated. Members of the speech department and the Quintiltan Club will support the ticket sale for the Interstate players, according to Mrs. Dimples Gillett, acting secretary of the ex-student association. With the sale of $150,000 In bonds completed this month to supplement funds now being donated and raised lor the financing of the Student Memorial Union Building the "kick-off" shows will be the first of a series of events scheduled for a concentrated drive for further funds for the building which willbe dedicated to ex-students and students who served In both wars. When a tadpole is changing into n frog, the tall and gills are absorbed ana their materials used in construction of new tissue 'QUEEN—Blonde Dorothy Ann Lewis of Ft. Worth, ,has been selected to represent Texas Lions as State-Cotton Queen In the Cotton States Jubilee fashion-' show at Philadelphia, on 'July 16, opening day. of the Lions International Convention. Miss Lewis Is' - a ' stOHent • at' Ttfxas Christian University. Mussolini was named after a Mexican-Indian,,Benlto .Juarez, a one-time president of Mexico. WorJtthopOn Resources Will Be Held at NTS€ North Texas SUte College will be the site for the Third-fueJoaal jjp. source Translation Work Conference, sponsored by, the. Caounitt** on HMOurce-Oae ^"ffit^n of the South Central Region, Dr. R. B. Harris, dean of HT8C, announced today. , The conference, to.he conducted In workshop form, will begin, on July 22 and last through. Aug. 2. According to Dr. Harris, a : grant! of $2^00 from-the General- BducaUoxx Board In New, Yort has been, sent to the regional committee at. the South Central Region to conduct the workshop. North. Texas state wag chosen as The site for/the thlrfi conference after an invitation was Issued by Dr. Harris. Previous worfc- shops for the conferences were conducted at the University, of Arkansas during the summers of: 1644-46. Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas are Included In the workshop area. Outstanding consultants and lecturers will be scheduled for the conferences, and^ the -first-four days of the workshop will cover subjects pertaining to natural resources, Dr/Harris-pointed 1 out/' Polish hospitals Issue chloroformed pajamas to insomnia patients. Fabulous, French-born fragrance ; ; ; one-drop/ it il said, will make you the most ravishing ihmg in life. Perfume, $3.25 and $22.50. Cologne/ $4.00. (tax extra) TOBIN DRUG STORE North Side of Square ^—protected by Vinyl! 798 • Exclusively detign*d • Exp«rtly tailored Shoulders thai fit,'lo-o-r Shimmering fuchtis, biy*, gr««n, yellow and clear — or futtrou* ' J 2.toJ 8., Dutch cape-hood to match, $1.49 4 WAYS TO BUY AT BURR'S Cash, Time Payment, 30-Day Charge, Lay-A-Way LINGERIE at . Ladies White Crepe Slips Sizes 32 to 44. You will want several at this low price. $135 each Ladies White Satin Slips Laee trimmed, full cut, easy to launder. Sizes 32 to 40 Ladies Rayon Taffeta Gowns Lace Trimmed, sizes 15, 16 and 17 $198 Ladies Rayon Panties Spun-Lo rayon, easy to wash, needs no ironing-. Small, medium, large. Unusual Low Price Pair 49c Children's Rayon Panties Sizes 1 to 6 Elastic waist, double crotch, pair 35c. Si7.es 8 to 12 Pair 45c Ladies Cotton Panties Soft fluffy cotton, in white or tea- rose. Small, medium, largo. Pair 35c Childen's Crepe Pajamas Pink, blue and white, pair .... $1.05 Cotton Training Pants Sizes 2 to 1.4 29c. Visit Our Hosiery Repair Department— All Work Guaranteed! CRORYS ,--< NoniBytfa Yard! ^*s/ Useful. 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