Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 8, 1946 · Page 3
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Pampa, Texas
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Friday, February 8, 1946
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. Coniinues izing Work of the Wo- Mlssltwiftry Society of th. "fftift feaptisfc church met in the (jiMufeh dining room Wednesday flft- efiiooh {or a covered-dish luncheon foyal service program. Circle ft,.With Mrs. Owen Johnson as trjWin, had charge of the lunch, feott, del-vice and the decorations. »,.9?ne tables were decorated with frfci Streamers and candles, plate fa vdifs, Were. Valentines. Mrs. Douglass Oairver gave the invocation. After the luncheon the group adjourned to the auditorium where 1WJrk on the completion of organi- zatioh to meet requirements fov ' Women's Missionary Union was tho order of business, iw...-,. i~~...^ 156gfeett, president, conducted thi meeting. Wits. Lester BroWn was elected Jplitig people's chairman. Under her leadership, auxiliary organizations lot the young people of the church Will be built up. Mrs. J. V. Young Was named Junior G. A. mother, artd Miss Inez French, Y. W. A. leader for girls 17, to 25. Mrs. T. J,, Warrell and Mrs. Bus Benton Were appointed as a committee to plan a social for Junior G. A.'s to be held at Monday evening at 6 o'clock. The Y. W. A. will be organized Monday evening alsb, at a meeting scheduled for 7<39 o'clock. Other auxiliaries for Senior girls and* Junior and Senior boys Will be organized soon. The circles voted to serve refreshments to the Sunbeam band every Wednesday at the tiny tots' meeting. Mrs. Bill Money was elected chairman of Circle Six. Mrs. Rufe Jordan led the group singing hymns, accompanied by Mrs. V. iytott at the piano. Following the business meeting. Circle One had charge of the royal service program, led by Mrs. A. A. Ffench. Mrs. C. E. Williamson gave the devotional and Mrs. T. V- Lane spoke on "The Enlarged Christ," Mrs.; T. B. Calloway, on "Wide TJse of the Scriptures," Mrs.' W. H. lewis, on "It Has Happened Before," arid Roy Holt, on "World Conditions." Mrs. O. A. Davis led the prayer. Mrs. A. L. .Prigmore. presented a picture to the retiring president, Mrs, E. L. Anderson. Mrs. B. W. Tucker closed the meeting with a praypr. The society will meet next Wednesday in circles for Bible s.tudy. , , . .Tljie Sunbeam band, fpr children 4 to ?8 years; b)d met in the church at- the same time with 19 Biddies present. Mrs. jppggett served hot chocolate and cookies. ( Price Board Reports Volunteer Service at Couiicil of Clubs Thurs. The Council of Clubs' committee for the redecoration of the city club rooms in the city hall has completed its work and was complimented on it at the Thursday morning meeting of the Council. The rooms have received a thorough going over with new drapes and slip covers and clean rugs. All of the clubs participated in the expenses and the committee from the Former Pampan Visits Here on Honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hunkapiller, Jr., are visiting in Pampa this week on their wedding trip. They are {uests at the home of Mrs. G. C. Walsted. Mr. Hunkapiller is a former Pampa boy and a graduate of Pampa high school. His father was a member of the school board while he was in business here, having moved to Bea-'erton, Ore., about .'our years ago- Mrs. Hunkapiiler is the daughter 3f Thomas J. Ward of Beaverton. The wedding took place there on January 27. Mr. and Mrs. Hunkapiller will leave here Saturday and on their .eturn trip, they plan to drive through California, where they will I'isit. Mr. Hunkapiller, who was rc- ppntly discharged from the marines after three years service, plans to go into business with his father in Beaverton. Sunday School Groups Have Social Meeting SHAMROCK, Feb. 8 (Special)— The Phtlathea Class and Men's Bible Class of the First Methodist :hurch met in a social meeting in the parlors of the church Tuesday HOME; HARBOR, T. H.— T/4 :-vening. After a short business session PEAJEtL . Chester ,-To(jd,, of LeFors is one. of. 5063 army, veterans returning to the States' for discharge aboard the. U. S. S. pfeneral ..'Gordon, a navy attack transport. ' which'- left Ybkahama, : January 18, and is scheduled to arrive in ,'Seattle about January 30; The IT, S. S, General Gordon .carried /ibtto itrodps arid^ cargo^as ' a unit otlitve Davy's supply Jleej; which supported the ,XJ. S. offensive throughout the Pacific war. •ver which Bill Chandler presided Siaurt Tisdal was in charge of the 'jrogram, which opened with a hum- :.rous monolog, "A Lapse of Memory," by Mayme .Riddle Bitney given by Mrs. George L. Stanley. Rey. Ed R. Wallace was speakei for the evening, giving an impres sive talk based on personal bbser vations and experiences. Refreshments were served fol lowing the program. On the refresh mtnt committee were Mmes. W. Y Burden, Matt Clay and T. C. Milam. Those present included Messrs. .am 1 . Mmes. Chester Tindall, .R. Stuart Tisdal, .J. B. Zeigler, Hugh Cautrel), "Ed'Schaffnei-, Huey Cook, Mi Smith, Roy;e C. Lewis, Curtis ilamili, Bill Chandler, Earnest Hen- .derspn, J. I. Pppe, Glenn Bell, W. " <f; '"BurdSh €n<£ Earl' Hamill. Rev. an,d Mrs. Ed R. Wallace, Howard Weathcrby and Mmes..Ma,tt Clay, T. C. "Milam, Hubert Bratcher and George Stanley. Cpuncil did the work. Mrs. Roy Chisum presided at the meeting, at which time a report of he OPA survey panel was submitted and the panel expressed their appreciation for the work done by hi Council of ClUbs. The folowing report of Pampa 3ity Council of Clubs volunteer iervlce for January was submitted by the price control board. Surveys made: Shoe repair shops, 0 surveyed, (four counties), number in price violation, none, price panel action, none, number surveyed by City C. of C. 6. Grocery stores, 07 surveyed, ffour counties i, number in price violation, 31; price panel action, pending, number surveyed in Pampa and Shamrock by City C. of C. 51. Clubs and representatives partici- mling are as follows: B. and P. W., Vlrs. Errffiiett Gee. 1 3/4 hours, Mrs. John Beverly, 4; Varietas Study club, Mrs. E. J. Haslam, 13/4; City Council of Clubs, Mrs. Roy Chisum, 20; 20th Century Culture, Mrs. H. W. Laycock, 2!i, Mrs. W. R. Camp- sell, IVi; Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. C. W. Henry, 2, Mrs. D. V. Biggers, l'/4; 20th Century club, Mrs. Ray McKernan 13/4, Mrs. F. L. Stall- Ings, 1 3/4; B. G. K:, Miss Peggy Stephens, 2V£; Civic Culture club, Mrs." Willis White, 1%, Mrs. Claude Lard, 8; V. F. W. auxiliary, Mrs. Clyde Blacked, 8; total. 53V4 hours; The above report includes time of Mrs. Cliisum, Mrs. Blackwell and Mrs. Lard, who .attended a meeting in Shamrock lor the purpose of assisting with the organization of the program there. Representatives of Shamrock clubs attending the meeting were: Mrs. S. Q. Scott, W.S.CJ Circles Have Bible Study The circles of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist church met separately Wednesday afternoon in the home.s of members for Bible study. Each group is continuing study of the book, "Divine Fatherhood." by Henry M. Bullock. Mrs. R. J. Elkins was elected rhairrnan of circle two which met at the home of Mrs. J. E. Ward, 103 N. West. Mrs. S. C. Evans presided at the meeting and Mrs. Knox Kinard brought the opening prayer, as well as teaching the lesson. Fourteen members and one guest, Mrs. J. L. Nance, were present. Circle three meeting in the church, was opened with the sons. "I'll po Where You Want Me To Go." Mrs. Henry Jordan gave I ho devotional on "Prayer," and Mrs. Frank Shotwell taught the first chapter of the Bible study. Eighteen members including one new member, Mrs. Cora Barnhart. were present. Guests were Mrs. Don Wallace. Mrs. John Price and Mrs. Tommie Hammond. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. H. H. Boynton. Mrs. C. E. Ward entertained circle four at her home at 906 Christine. After the opening song. "What a Friend," Mrs. Lee Harrah gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Ward conducted the business meeting and Mrs. Loyse Caklwell taught the lesson. Mrs. E. C. Ward was a visitqr and Mrs. Jessie Shirley, Mrs. H. O. Simmons, Mrs. H. C. Hudson, Mrs. Twiln. Dfiugherly and Mrs. Garland Franks were new members. Mrs. Sherman White closed the meeting with a prayer. War Duties Over Developed for military waterproofed clntliiiifir, koro.scal is now beiiiff used for high-styled civilian rainwear, such as this two-niece rain suit. Male chimpanzees do not mature until 12 years of a^e. Forum club; Mrs. C- Green, Thursday Literary; .Mrs. Tom Brown, Time Study club; Mrs. Ode Cain, Needlecraft; Mrs. Frank Boels, F. and M. cjub; Mrs. Euell Bradley, 20th Century club; and Miss Nell Adams, Thursday Fine Arts club. Olficials of tae district office of the price control board, are well pleased with the activities of the clubs since they assumed the responsibility in November and are instituting the plan in other areas. Shamrock W.S.C.S. Meets at Church SHAMHOCK, Feb. 8 (Special) — The W. S. C. S. of (he First Methc- dist church met at the churrh Monday afternoon, for the monthly business meeting, with Mrs. Albert Ryan presiding. Mrs. William Kyle led the opening prayer nfter which the group song, "Living For Jesus." with Mrs. H. T. Fields it.the piano. Following the business session Mrs. William F. Holmes,had charge of the lesson, the theme of which was, "Stewardship of Pea:e" Musical numbers were given in connection with the parts of the program. Those present included: Mmes. Hubert 3ratch;;r, Clifford Hofmann. Marshall Adams, J. B. Zeigler, Wm. Kyle, D. J. Bulls, O. B. Harvey, A. J. Laycock,' O.' T. Glasscock, J. M. Tindall, M. M. Baxter, J. B. Christner, Albert Ryan, H. T. Fields, Charles Major, J. H. Caperton, T. C. Milam, L. E. Dt?Pew, John Harvey, William-F. Holmes and Chester Tindall, Mrs; 3. M. Tindall, Sr., of Dallas' wag U'-guest. KEEP FIT. DIET- EXERCISE ro».'"J»aij""/oocfi, '' Jen Miaul?? a Bay. Sovj userf I ol 'and Totes Bulges Awoy :furn j it in for i<c b . poult? arillo City Council of Clubs in January. ^-Shamrock Ladies Exercise Series No, 1 For $le Arms, Wasp Waist 3, lowir "pws'tg shoulder hetpht. Tw»( lrunk'19 left. E*hale. 9- ffrWH "»VW»» '9 WlBlo" 0 ) <(, H» W f v fM ( eijt, fining r,aht. m " '" ellhef dir IN Twelfth Birthday Celebrated at Party Feb. 8 — Mrs. Ben Boyce complimented her son, Franklin Delano, with a birthday • party, January 30, at the Boyce home. Refresinne'hts'were served with a Ijjrthday cske"%vas attractively de- cprated with a pink and white color scheme, topped with 12 pink candles. Those present were: Jack Methe- jiia, Paul Hall, Nancy Flowers, Thurn>an AdVins, J.v,, Delores Welty, Gladys Pierce, JSichard Cook, Margie and Patsy Hartman, Tom. Brady dobble, Don Smith, Robert Adams, Neil Mathis, Rodney Sutterfielci, Sanford Jett, Van Skldmore, Betty Jo Tinsley, an4 John Boyce. Mrs. George Pojrch sent a gift. Social Calendar FRIDAY . Faithful Wurkprs clfisa of First n»p- tist church meets for covered dish luncheon vyith Mrs.' E. H. at 1 o clpck. V F. W- #VX',H u ry ineeta at 8 o clocK in City club rooms. ' Rjiubpw for Girls T" 0613 in Masonic hull nt 8 o'clock, Class Donaies Quilt To Old Ladies' Home Susannah Wesley class of the First Methodist church voted to send a quilt to the Old Ladies' Home, "at their monthly business and social meeting Thursday afternoon. Mrs. H. B. Carson entertained the group at her home, 721 W. King'smill. Mrs. J. E. Ward presided at the business session. Mrs. Carson opened tlie meeting with a prayer and Mrs. H. P. Bahihart gave the devotional on the subject, "Spiritua Crusade." The group also planned to hold a quarterly social meeting. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Carson's daughter, Helen Gebard, to Mrs. A. W. Bablon and Mrs. Francis Harding, guests and Mrs. Eeula, L'itfle, Mrs, H. F, Barntort, ,Mrs. Josephine Sjhirley, Mrs. Louella Mclntyre, Mrs. Ora Williams, Mrs. G. H. Han-ell,. Mvs. W. Mullinax, li^rs. W/itJ. jylcBride, Mrs. Florence Lam.bFight, Mi'f C. E. Ward, Mrs. H. O. Simmons, and Mrs. Z. H- Mundy. Pcntist 9* TOMECKSRP j Complete overhaul «mall ffiotw ;y , puhlii: insfJ»ll'it'pn nt 8 pjclqcjt'ln X«mi>!e hall, followed by covered dish dinner. • . . ',. Pampa Jjpok club ppbji.c meeMng in City club 'rooms »t 7 :j}9; o'plpck. ' .. club nt 2 Attend Luncheon SHAMROCK, Feb. 8.. A group of Shamrock ladies were entertained with a luncheon in the liome of Mrs. Gus Leftwich of Chil- arcss, Wednesday. The Leftwich home was decorated lor thco ccasion with jonquils, iris and fern. The luncheon was served on ^mall tables. Local women who attended included: Mmes. Winfred'Lewis; Bedford Harrison, Elaine Puckett, Albert Ryan, William F. Holmes, Jack Mitrtin, Lylo Holmes, Seibert Worley, I. C. Mundy, Sol Blonstein. Perry Boar, Rufus Dodgen, Oliver .Gooch, Louis Hill and Cabot Brannon. Mrs. Morris Higley and Mrs. Van Earl Sams of Childress, were present. Button Front Hopkins flhjrpe jiettu with Mrs. o'clock. Civic Cullure clul) njeets ... nempn|ti-»tipn Vcrn Savnire ?«ra. ' . fttynlpn. PSS S- .Jfobfirt »(. -4 :?P p'plqck. W^ M. S. of -Church pf the Brethren neets at 2 o'clock, tewtei.-n Stw :st»uy club ijis?t*. Twentieth Qpntufy clHb meets at 2:45 o'olijpk" itv City clsb vporpft- Twentieth Oent.uj-y Forum meets at 2 :SO o'alook with MI*. Front M^ Carter, 8flii ftlary Elton . B. & p. W- raectSjin City cljib rqom.j et :^P o'clock foe mg'nthly business meet- By BUTH M1LLETT NBA Staff Writer tf the gadget that recprds telephone conversations does go into mass production so that anyone who ' ,•6) prosresso roerts .*t ?!W ip'Plfls) 5 • $vyaj Nejgfyljofs meet In l/lei' \nif at 8 o'clock. Holy Spuls P.JP-.Ai' meets - THV»80AV Jpto m(Bfit9 af T.igfl, o'ploek. Mjn-p. M,»nn P.-T.'A; meets. Sara jlouaton P.-T.A. mvets. Hoykins IrftdigaIJiWe Stijily cli)lj meets t> CpiprnMnity h»l'- .^. one. can have, it— and such a thing is even now under discussion r-4he qualify pf telephone conversation and telephone manners should undergo mu;h marked improvement. SJ§e ' haw will we ever be able to i-taod listening to a. playback of the recordings? ,. . Suvely it will l)e ft jolt fpr manj v s j',9m»n .to di3Qo->' s ev how hev first .UW»g. "Rello" cjian ; ges tp a flat "Oh— hpjl.p" wh^n her telephone ^itU'T tiu-jis qufc' to be not thS Rresi- tiont of the woman's club, but just Kly d^scharge4 from th.e navy Ihe riersonnel sgpa^atW center at 'flprjngh, &kl»-. were Morgan J. iyers, S^J/c, U<$ N. Fr%ncg, and Virgy pfwey Johnson, SMl/e, 280 N," Nelson, fi , A , e>^ ^St stationed at MoAies. tej-,a., served 40 the theater lev ?i mjjnths. Johnsoii, of 14 mgnWs servipe in the theater, wa^ jast It ought to be quite simple to cuje te.en7agej-s .of their "he said." "I said" giggls, giggle conversations if t.h,oy bad. ftp liste,n tp ,a half hour of § fribble f^pegted. talk for 2Q minutes Q^ Jhe state ol Ue.r h^eal^h, as of tn}s mprnipg, bear to have to listen to the report her~n CJUCO GOSSIP of ^ia,yipg ' thpir niali,cipus and p^e^lctiQns sav«4 ipr pps- c^yjiainly jhake the telephone gflsslp^ morf pappus. \vpma$i might be 6989 Jaunty cap sleeves highlight this jiffyrpn button irpjnter. A crisp effi- cien,.-looking fj-pck to keep you looking your'best a11 ^ av long - Tr - n neck and pockets with p colorful braid—and try a larger button foy ti change. pattern Np, 9989 is, designed for sizes 3-i 36, 3S, 4<). 42, 44,4? and .48. inch fabric; 4 }/2 yards braid. thj.s aattern, sen4 Sfi ce,nt§. J ' tjews, 1J5Q .. . . T . York »,»,.¥, tfcS HK§8Sl .... . AMD jEjUMJ&HSSR isJUP Of StJoseph X\SF=IRI N Parent Club Hears About Legislation Mrs. Georjjn E. Hppnm- was fsucst speaker at thf Tuesday afternoon nir-rtinp of i.lir Fnr'-nt Education club. v;hf'ii Mint fU'oup was fitter, allied at, (lie IIUIIK; of Mr;;. R. I,. Blegcr.starf. Mrs;. Hcpncr's Kiibjwt was "Legislatinji through a Genrral Federation." Mrs. L. G. Lnnfrston was nursery hostesr. during thr afternoon. Members of the club answering the roll mil with "n pet I'd like inv child to havf' were: Mrs. E. L. Bi£- perstaff. Mrs. Robert Curry. Mrs. R. K. EdPnborough from While D<- r l. Mrs. ,]r,f Gordon. Mrs. .1. J"arle Gray. Mrs. .1. R. Hollowny. Mrs. J. n. Johiron. Mrs. Joo K< y. Airs. Julian K".v. Mrs. H. II. Nen- slit-1. Mrs. N. Dudley Steele. Mr-. Joe Tooley. Mrs. F.d Wr-hs. Jr.. Ml".. Murray Roclv. Mrs. ;"'cn is Orion and Mrs. K. E. Shelhamer. There are some 8.000 treaties in recorded history. Ton/fbt A little Va-tro-nol in each nostril quickly opens up nasal passages to relieve stuffy transient congosti'm. MaUes breathini; easier. Invites restful sleep. Worl's fine! . . . Grand for relieving sniffly distress of head colds. Try it! Folknv directions in the package. , February 8, Rebekah Lodge Will Celebrate Birthdays A birthday party for all member. 1 ; o! i.hc nclM-X.-ih I'.idpc whose birth day! occur in Tni.uary or February v/:is plumed for the next meetina when th? lodge met in regular ses- pion Thursday evening. Noble Grand E. C. Rupp presided. The followins members were pre- lii-s. \T. V. Watkins. Mrs. J. L. \Vil!-:on. Mrs. L. A. I\ 7 ob!<'. Mr-. W. FJ. Clay. Mrs. G. W. Voiles, Mrs. John Mitchell, Mrs, van. Mrs. W. PhiJlips, Mrs,, £ A. Mastln, Sfra E. N. Franklin. Mrs. J- W. Mrs. Roy Hallmin, Mrs. 3. ELl liaii. Mrs. D. R. Morris, SOS. M Stanlrton. Mrs. J. T. ScarwWjr.-J Kwell Mote. Mrs. H. M. OffftC, Irvin Patterson, Mrs. W. A. Innd, Mrs. Chester Mr. Fred Paronto. The Dt-claration of was first published on July 6, '. in I he Pennsylvania Evening Enjoy Dancing & Dining WITH BOB SILER'S Well Known Band ORIGINAL EIICAN INN RALPH AND L. I. 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