Denton Record-Chronicle from Denton, Texas on March 5, 1950 · Page 6
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omen J 6-1 UEXTON ITei.i mtC-OHtKUHItONlCLS- Sunday, MM. j, i»j« Nancy Gates Returns To Visit Family. Friends After Completing New Movie DENTONITE RETURNS-MrsTl.ee R«yberla,"ce"nter, of California and formerly of Denton, is pictured above at a tea given in her honor Friday by her girlhood friends, Mrs. T. L. Carter, left, and Mrs. R C Patrick right, m the iattev's home, 906 Avenue A. .Mrs. Roberts' is the house guest of her sister, Mrs. James SHz 314 Fry. Club Members See Dior Style Show Former Dentonite Honored At Tea Mrs. T. L. Carter and Mrs. R. C. By ROSKMARIE KLEYP4S Woman's Society Editor euis a motion picture actress and keeping « home n«at and attractive at the same time may not sound lite an altogether easy" lite but to Nancy Gates. Hollywood starlet. "It's fun." Miss Gates, now Mrs. Bill Hayes arrived in Denton recently following the completion ol her litest movie. "Soils of the Musketeers." to visit her family and Mends in her liome town. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gates, Playing the pan of a princess in her new picture, the for"ie- De'i- tonite considers this her first really mature role. She was first filmed in "The Great Gildersleeve" in 1942 and later had the second lead In "This Land Is Mine." Other pictures which followed were ' B r i d e by Mistake," "The Mata" RCe " 8nti " Th? Spanlsl1 __Leavin g Demon when she was Denton Higl ; attended class to American Air Lines Captain Bill , Hayes during a ceremony in the i Little Chapel-ln-the-Woods oil the Texas Slate College for Women campus. Although Mr. and Mrs. Hayes are very proud of their Westwood Village home in California, they both love to travel and often go to the mountains or the b«»ch. Already scheduled for this month is U» latter part trip to Mexico. of Members of 'the Triangle Club had lunch at the Baker Hotel in Dallas Wednesday when they at-1Patrick were'co-nos'te'ss at an to- tended the Neiman Marcus Style i formn! tea given Friday from 3 to Show in. place of their regular j 6 p - m - "· ;h e Patrick home. 906 meetm" 'Avenue A, in honor of their ful~ Christian Dior creations were fM . j boodfnend, Mrf. Lee Roberts, now . .... ,,..._,,,,..,,, , mce tured and members reported thnt | Mrs Robem fa ^ S'Se'^sS?'. ""^ °"° Ur "^ ^ emphasis was placed on the soft-j h o me of her sister, Mrs '" ness of blouses and on short fulljSitz. 314 Fry. sleeves In coats. Over fill. suits pre- | Mrs. dominated, they stated. jJial Mrs. Cecil Castlcberrj- and Mrs. I 5 c h e J. D. Porter, both of Denton; j"!£ie1 °f '" th ° h ° US ^ Shj»'"«5 were special guests of the club for i C °° "* e * an Ereen mn - !s » f f « Ihe occasion. The next meeting will be held in the hon;e of Mrs. C. I. McKee, Sherman Drive. Piano Students To Give Recital Piano students of Mrs. E. L. Frost will present a recital in ihe Science Auditorium cf Texas State College for Women today at 3 D m. Those appearing on the program are Pesrgy Aliens, Ann KeJders, D «vid Boles. Jenear.R Brinlunan. Beverl ' Davis . Catherine Dicken- ison. Sarah Goode. Linda Loveless. Sally McDonald. Barbara McPherl sm - E '» N^ard. Kav Sockwell, MISS B. STEVENSON GIVES MUSIC Dangers of Colon Trouble FREE BOOK--Explains Related Chronic Ailments MRS. GIPE CONDUCTS i BUSINESS SESSION j Mrs. G. \V. Gipe conducted the j business session during the meet- j ing of the Lydia Sunday School ! Class of the Grace Temple Baptist ' Church Friday at the church. ! Mrs. W. T. Rouse gave ihe devo- j tionsl from Phil. Chap-er Four i before the la members present. I Miss Lucille Roberson presented a ! set of maps to thv class. The next meeting will be helti April 7 at the home of Mrs Rou^e ' 1912 Bell. If you want to make really good 'On Our Doorstep' Is Theme Of WMU Week Of Prayer Our Doorstep" was John's Methodist Church in Dallas Tuesday, She was accompanied by Paul E. Knox. NTSC organ majo'r from as e i t h e r theme of the Women's MissionTM c,iibs I/won of the Highland Baptis't Church in observing the Week of Dallas. Miss Stevenson's appearance, her first in Dallas, was sponsored by the St. John's Methodist Choir and the | the Dallas Federation of Music 'Activities Of Annual TFWC Convention Told "Education for Building * Complete Community" will be the theme of Texas Federated Women's Clubs of Second District which will b« held Thursday »nd FrW»y at Sherman, Mrs. Ben W. Boyd, of Dinton. president of second dlstilm, will presde and Mrs. K E. Hail wit! serve as general clwirn.an of the convention, Hostess clubs include College Hill Literary, College Hill Junior College Hill Travel. Sherman Shakespeare. Sherman Junior Shakespeare and Tuesday Literary, all of Sherman. Reglstralion will begin Thursday at 9 a.m. in the foyer of the Municipal Building and an executive committee meeting and meet- Ing of the board of directors will preceed the formal opening of the convention at 2 p.m. At 3 p.m. there will be a tea for the delegates and their guests at Coffin Hall with members of the Austin college Campus club as hostesses. A dinner honoring Mrs. Boyd will be held in the dining room'of the Grnyson Hotel at 6 p.m. when Mrs. Boyd will speak on "Woman's Part in the Scene of Today." The Municipal Auditorium will e the scene of a line arts program at 8:15 p. m Those appenr . ing on the program will be Helen Henry, violinist, and Jannette Hen- Prayer for Home Missions last I Mrs. D. Cooper Gives »·'""· Mr s. steiia James h a d ! Argyle Demonstration or the program for tte i "Prescription for Bedroom Win- charg dons and Mrs. Carlos Anthony. gyle 4-H Club in Argyle Thursdaj -- --,,,,. i^u* iwo onv. Speaking en the Thursday program . FREE. McCleary clinic and Hos-tthe coffee and keeo it warm pital. E 315 -Elms Blvd., Excelsior | don't It it get cold'and then re- Spnntr!;. Mo. ! heat, i Ji ^ u u \\4iiL to inas:e rediiy gooa ,,. , r . I t -- - . -- u » t^uiBm Learn about Colon troubles. Siom-lcoffee measure both the coffee and * ereMts - "· A - Colwell, Mrs. R. R. ach conditions. Piles and other rec-!the water accuratelv Don't tiT to Ix)8m3 ' Mrs - Enlow, Mrs. John tal conditions. Causes, effects and'make one cup of coffee in a large 5° u S ias and Ms. Jerry Martin, treatment. 164-page book sent coffee-maker. Be careful to boil t S^S 6 , T s P eak ers were Mrs. J. FREE. Xfcdp-arv riiini^ ar*A TT^T. t *K n ~~tr~- , i ; . I *·- Taylor, Mrs. Harold Cockrill Mrs. H. G. White, Mrs. E. H. Martin and Mrs. Walter Joat. On the Tuesda;.- program were Mrs. Lain Erwin, Mrs. Marvin Wills, Mrs. w. A. Colwell. Mrs i \V. E. Murdock and Mrs. Radonj. j Speaking on the Monday program I were Mrs. JOE!, Mrs. Wills. Mrs Logging. Mrs. Anthony. Mrs. Cbl- we!I. Mrs. Krueger and Mrs J L Roden Velvet Texture Lotion No greasy look... rxs greasy feel ... notice how quickly it . For the fust time Sere's a cream to lijihf il is o lotion ... io delicole il leaves no oily film or the face ... so bland fl «»*es m it smooths. $3 tfce bottle fplui torj. -- I* Dcnton At -W i I M o m t at 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Lois Rhodes and Mrs. Jim Heath, adult leaders, and Mrs. Frank Boyles, teacher leader, were present. Miss Peggy McGatltu conducted the short business meeting. It was announced that Mrs. Heath will meet with the club in- the future. For Friday fare serve a casserole of creamed seafood and a tangy salad of greens, grapefruit and orange sections, and French dressing. Have plenty of hot rolls and butter and end with a substantial dessert. MRS. BEN W. BOYD HOMETOWN STARLET--Nancy Gates, Hollywood film actress, fintis time to relax in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gates. 2019 Bell, following the filming of her new movie, "Sons of the Musketeer* " in Hollywood. ' ACTIVITIES CALENDAR MONDAY There wm be a general meeting of the Ariel Club at 3 p.m. at the Women's Club Building with the Music Department in charge of the day's program. Members of the Garden Culture Club will meet in the Women's Club Building at 2:30 p.m. for regular monthly meeting. There will be a meeting of the Eastern Star at 7:30 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. After a short business meeting of the Rebekah Lodge at 7:30 p.m. in the IOOF Hall, the pinks, win- PYTHIAN SISTERS ELECT TRUSTEES AT MEETING During a regular meeting ot the Pythian Sisters Tuesday evening, Mrs. J. o. Pannell and Mrs. Leonard Hardaway we:e elected trustees for two and three years respectively. i Plans were completed for a rum- I mage sale to be heid Monday at i 6 p.m. at the trade square. A white j elephant sale will be held at the I next regular meeting in Castle I Hall. March 14. f.r YOU! Vastorette says; if yours is an average or fuller figure, as for Style number P 65 Girdle--or Style number P 37 matching Pantie Girdle. For their wonderful front and back panels of satin lastex mold and hold with firm, comfortable control. And because the fit is knitted in, your Vassarette becomes a part of you. !t stays comfortably in place when you bend. stretch, reach-when you sit, stand or walk. StyU P 37- Matching Panti* Girdl. hat *. wonderful Va««,n«« FDM AcHon Bottom Bond «»of «a«« »trqjn on aMtt, as well at tlockingt. Qelen: White · Tw Rot* · Blue · Black Siift: Small -Modium -Loro. O»h*t Vo»«tr»M.t-$5.00, $1S.OO, $15.00. m m M»«t ny **jn typ*? W i l l i a m s iilng group ot the attendance contest, will be entertained by the greens, losing side. Mrs. Ed' Garrison has charge of the greens and Mrs. Corn Mays, the pinks. TUESDAY Members of the Hallye Lynn Taylor Circle of the First Christian Church will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Eddie Williams. Sherman Drive, when Mrs W. 5. Parish, Jr. will be co-hostess. The program will be given by Mrs. Fluke Williams on "National Work of Church Women." The Business and Professional Women's Club will meet at Marquis Hall at 6:15 p.m. when the program will be given by the Radio and Television Committee with Dr. Lena Skiles as chatrinun. Circles of the First Methodist Church will meet in their respective groups. Circle A with Mrs. W. W. Shcrrlll. 216 East Sycamore: Circle B with Mrs. L. Doyle Thompson, 1512 Maple; Circle" C with Mrs. w. R. Lnney, Jr.. 215 West Sycamore; Circle D with Mrs. J. B. Blackwell, 923 West Cycnraore. Circle E v.'iih Mrs. S.P. McCorobs, 1120 Congress; Circle P with Mrs. C. N. Davis, Sr.. 190'J West Hickory: Circle H with Mrs. Bob Bush, 1113 Johnson; Circle I with Mrs. W. E. Noah, 701 Hillcrest; and Circle J with Mrs. Coy Ward, 112 Avenue D. WEDNESDAY Chapter BK of PEO will meet at 3 p.m in the home of Mrs. R. W, Bass, 610 Austin. The Sam Houston Parent-Teacher Association will meet at 2:30 p.m. in the school auditorium when Mrs. Maltie Lloyd Woolen will speak on "Teamwork in the Social World." The Parent-Teacher Association of the North Texas State College Demonstration School will sponsor i family night party In the Education A n n e j . Supper will be served from 6 to 7 p.m. and a program for adults and a movie for children will be held at 1:30 p.m. Cecil Helens Citizenship Talk By Mrs. A. Davis "A Citizen's Opportunities and Responsibilities in Civic Affairs- was the subject of the paper read by Mrs A. A. Davis before members and guests of the Forum Department of the Woman's Shakespeare Club Thursday at the Women's Club Building. ,,""; ov L - McKelvey ana Miss Roberta Rogers were hostesses. 'A community is as good as its citizenship." stated Mrs. Davis ' Our forefathers rode for weeks through mud and storm to vote for the declaration that made us free. All we have to do Is go to the nearest polling place to cast the votes that help, preserve our freedom. "II you don't help choose offi- i cials by voting for them, tfteti you | shouldn't complain if thev're not j satisfactory. , "you don't have to be a professional 'do-gooder' to b* a good citizen," the speaker continued. ·Regardless of how busy one Is in addition lo church and school nearly everyone can find time fo. at least one community activity " Miss Sandra Stark. Denton Junior High School student, ptayrd three numbers on her electric accordion during the program. Selections included "America," "America the Beautiful" and "God Bless America." Before each number ·.Irs. Davis gave a brief history of the song. Mrs. L. M. Collins, prosram chairman, introduced Mrs. Davis and Mrs. w. S. Parish. Jr. presided over the business session. Mrs. H. R, Pemberton was named as a delegate to the district convention of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs which will be held Thursday and Friday in Shtr- man. Mrs. Sam Robinson poured tea and Mrs. Davis served cake from an appointed table to M members and five guests. Mrs. J. V. Starks. Mrs. A. N. Harrison. Miss Mildred Dobbin. Miss Carolyn Dobb'n and Miss Stark. ry. pianist; a one act play. "Over, tones" by Alice Gerstenberg, presented by the Sherman Little Thea. ter; and selections from the Austin College A Capella Choir under the direction of Robert W. Bedford. Miss Joyce Abraham. Texas Stats College for Women student and president of the Junior federated clubs, will open the Friday session at 9 a.in. t Principal -peakers tor the day wiil Include Mrs. Howard Glli- son, Waxahachie, Mrs. J. Ho\.f. ard Hodge, prc-sident of the TFW of. Midland; and Glen Maxwell, professor of philosophy and Bible at Austin College. At the noon hour the inierna- tion»l relations luncheon will be held at the Grayson Hotel when Mrs. Forbes Dyer of Denton -will preside. The convention will then close with a reassembly in the Municipal Auditorium. Mrs. Webb Reads Paper At Meet Mrs. James T. Webb, program leader, read R paper entitled, "Copley." during a meeting of the Fine Arts Department ol the Woman's Shakespeare Club Friday at 3 p.ai. In Marquis Hall, North Texas State College. The paper was prepared by Mrs. W. J. B. Buttrtll who ws unnhls to attend. Roll call was answered by Jo club members who gave names o[ American artists. Hostesses were Mri George P. mberl and Mrs. B. H. McLain. After the program refreshment! were served to members and one guest. Mrs. V .W. Shtphnrd. YOUNG MOTHERS' CLUB GIVES BIRTHDAY GIFTS The Young Mothers' Club n*t recently *t the home of Mr§. Jo» Normlle. Jr.. 1815 Mill. Membera visitEd and sewed. I After birthday gifts nere presented to Mrs. Jimmy Normtle, c»k« and ice cream were served. Th« uext meeting will be March It at the home of Mrs. B»rb*r» Jeter. Ave. D. Members may bring guests or new members. Q{* HAIR-DO tSDSI«J!D TO Th« 4-Wdv HAIR SHAPING MITHOD For Perfect Urtftfc $1.50 (Ask for C«il 58 l» Pry Chicken salad sandwiches are delicious « with relish. To male the relish put r«w cranberries »nd fresh orange through U» food chopper and sweeten with tugar; allow to stand in refrigerator overnight to mellow flavors. HIGH H E E L In Black, Blue or Green Calf 9. In our e««y filling pumpi foihion lift, your heeli 3 inchet upward! H'I the new shape, top«r*d tlim for Iighr-H*pping in town and looking dainty while you dance. 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