Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 10, 1946 · Page 10
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 10

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, February 10, 1946
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Hondrs Repeal Sfidt -» eftrfcte trfet in the - 1*. O. Roenfeldt. The ye* was given by «Jrwhtte and the (fiWeetffli I* Mrs. -.„..., ; were: Mrs. ROenfeldt it«?, Mrs. Silcott, Mrs. fcfftS, tthd Mrs. H. B. Pat- Cfi-ele met In the Ml*. H. & Httbxm. Mrs. Ben SOti presided in the absence - ^nftirman, and Mrs: zula PfaVe ftte uiteAihg prayer. Af- tef the Bible lesson, Mrs. L. O d dismissed the group -with Present were. Mrs. Hilbun, St^phenaon, Mrs. Tavlor; Mrs. -' '-' • -'' 122 W. ^tfst'er COMMERCIALS STU0IO Phone 1516 'ttt'.L. J. 2ACHRY OPTOMETRIST 1 First National Bank Blclgr. For Appointment Phone 269 DfeER, Pebv 9.~ (Special) —Mr: JftcR Pipes, the fotmfer Er- leetifr Mathesofi, was honored with a bridal shower recently in the reception hall of, the Presbyterian church' in White Deer. A large bouquet of red carnations, flunked by red candles, formed the centerpiece 1 of the refreshment table, and tiny sandwiches, red mints, and heart-shaped cakes decorated with cupids carried out the Valentine theme. Mis* GUldft Nell Overstret Lunsford, Mrs. Olen Adams, Mrs. Paul Skidmore, Mrs. Ralph Baxter. Lydla Circle met' with Mirs'. H. A. Overall with nine present. Mrs. Frances Deering gave the opening prayer, Mrs. F'. W. Broyles presided for a short business session. Th£ Bible study was conducted by Mrs. S. L. Anderson 1 and Mrs. Overall dismissed the group with/prayer. Present besides f.hose mentioned above were: Mrs. F. M. Drake. Mrs. Clifford Ryan, Mrs. J. F. Webb, Mr?. H B. Knapp, and Mrs. L. P. Fort. Lillie Hunley Circle met in the home ol Mrs. W, R. Morrison who also conducted a short business session. Mrs. Hugh Peoples gave the opening prayer. After the Bible lesson and closing prayer, a handkerchief shower was given for Mrs. H. W. Williams, who is moving to AttiH- rillo. Mrs. R. F. McCalip Was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. W. L. Ayres also attended. *V/k v* (,-j ••-, /-j? t & M fl - ,p i > >;:*vW^ ^ >.:^-'f* f -A ff 7 •" f-S' y s Remembrance . . .enduring quality plus distinguished beauty! These are the two most important considerations when selecting a stone. Pay !• a-tribute to your loved one. ED FORAN GEM'ETERY MEMORIALS 1237. Duncan Phone 1152-W Mrs. Birvift JMfcfeh pfeslded 1 at As the guests asserabledj Miss Ililry Lee* iSlvis playeS several piano selections; aftd- after two songs, "thS World Is Waiting? ffflt the Sunrise" artd ''I Lerve You Truly", sung by ttorothjr Marie Poe, Emttenfr R&pstine and L'ra M&ft Bedhotz. Mrs. E. H. Orffnes macte- ai brief speech of gottd w1Srie»-in pre- jsenting the many gifts ttf the hon^- oree. - - rii^lrii li M Browning-Johttson (Continued from Page ») at hfime at 4(J1 Yeaiger street- F«am- pa, after February tf. Mrs. Johnson 1 is a gradtlate of Ls- Fdrs high school and attended Texas Technology college at Lubbocfc, Waylnnd collets at Plainview, and receirerl her B. fi. A. degree from West, Texas state college at Can- von. where she was a member of Pi Omega sorority, arid, her senior year, president Of CoitsiUs hall. She is now employed at William T. Fraser Insurance agency, and a member of Beta Gamma Kappa sorority.- Her bridegroom is also a graduate of L«Fors high school and attended Texas A&M before entering the service. He is now employed at the Poxworth Oalbraith lumber company. Lela Baptist W.M.S. Has Service Meeting SHAMROCK, Feb. 9 (Special)— The W. M. S. of the Lela Baptist church met Thursday afternoon for the royal service program. Mrs. Floyd Kiro.v was program leader, with the devotional given by Mrs. J. L. Newton. Mrs. Mayfield led in prayer. The following program was given: "A New Year Dawns," by Mrs. Floyd Kirby; "A New World To BUild," Mrs. Goff; "A Peace To Preserve," Mrs. C. W. Wells; "A Pemrcracv To Live," Mrs. Hazel Perkins; "A Prosperity To Share," Mrs. Robert Terry; "A Gospel To Proc'aim," Mrs. C. H. Blassingame. The meeting was dismissed with prayer led by Mrs. Kirtay. El Paso Guest Is Honored at Coffee SHAMROCK. Feb. 9 (Special)— Mrs. J. W. Shaddix of El Paso, was complimented with an informal cof- fpo Saturday afternoon by Mrs. P. T. Boston. Carnations, fern and Dutch iris, made attractive decorations in the Boston home. The hostess served-tasty refreshments to the' following suests: Mme?. EdW. C. Detr, R; A: Nichols; Sr., F^. K. Bech'tbl. J. F. Short, Charles Green," Frank Sanders, B.' F. Kersh, Gecirge Stanley, B. F. Risinger and the honor guest. A travel allowance, of five cents per mile is paid in advance to those men entitled to a reenlistment al- .lowance upon reenlisting in the regular army. * —flk I ••A remember the girl who whispered "i do"! the girl who promised she'd always be true! remember the girl who said "yes" to "be mine"! and chose you each year for her valentine! remember the girl valentine's day february 14 'Auto Bonnets' Save Elaborate Hair-Do-s- MEW YORK—ilSffiA)— Some of the snappest new fashions of the season hail the return of the flivver age by bringing along their own •'aUto bonnets." These are cowl-like hoods ar turbau-top capes which harig from coats, suits, daytttrie and evening dresses for the avowed purpose of keeping hair-do's tidy in open cars or rumble scats. •Forerunner of all of this was last fall's tOat. Hooded like the cloak of a crusading knight, it made a hit for both daytime and evening wear, and trie hood was either fur- lined for v/armth or glitter-trimmed for glamor. Because girls ob- vioxisly liked the idea of this two- in-one fashion, whi 3h takes cafe of Loth wrap: mcl hat, spring coats, dramatized by color-lined hoods, reappear by popular request 1 . Fashion-offshot of the coat is the hooded suit, new this spring; Besides their hoods which can dangle l!ke a cowl or top a head' like a hat. suits boast iielt-tied jackets and suave lines which usually' depend upon gabardine for that effect. Also making their debut this spring ave hooded dresses. T^liree are pictured to show where -this 1 trend is heading. The bla:k and white daytime print crepe, right above, designed by Herbert Sondheim; has" a, mopk-styled hood'which attaches to a .collarless neckline and nas roomy fit. When rlH-ped off the head, it hangs in the Lack -in a cowl-like cape which adds interest to the silhouette. The hood m the Joseph Halpert- designed dinner dress,' left above, printed in a pink and black water- lily motif, is a detachable scarf which can be worn over the head or around the neck. To sharpen its effect, the bodice of this dirndUskirfr- ed, print-midriff dress is made of black crepe. . The novel, turban-top, a hood by another name, is shown on a White rayon crepe dayMme dress, left. Untied, the red-and-blue scarf which forms the turban top drapes around the shoulders to make a :ape. Forum Club Hears Hilton Book Reviewed SHAMROCK, Feb. 9 (Special)— Mrs. Bedford' Harrison was guest speaker at the meeting of the Forum club Thursday evening, when the group was entertained by Mrs. Winfred Lewis. The 'LeWis home was decorated with artistic arrangements of gladioli and iris. Mrs. Harrison reviewed "So Well. Remembered," by 'James Hilton. ' Refreshments were served following the review to Mmes. Charles 'Major, Howard Sigler, Van Earl Steed of' Groom, Jack Martin, Ben A. Skidmore and B. F. Holmes, guests. Mmes. E. • K. Bechtol, Sol Bton- stein; Shirley Draper,, Louis Hill, .lyle ,:;Holrttes, WJiUafll'JF. Holmes, .B.-'-Fl. Rlsinger, 'Alkiert -Ryan, M. A. Whitehurst, W. R. Wooten and Sei - bert Worley, members. . . .. ';'If Hawaii typifies military law as administered'j>y the army, 'then somebody should let the army know that it is not the government of the United States, and that! the Constitution of the United States still prevails,—Sen; Pat McCa'rren of Nevada. " Frank W. Kelly M. D. Physician & Surgeon Announces his* return from military service ana ms associa-" tioh with J. H. Kelly, M. D. Rose Blclg, Pampa, Texas Office Phone 962 Res. Phone 1739-J i» EMULSION < LEANSKH It cleanses lijce a charm . . . and my fade feels so cool, so refreshed^ like dipping it in dew. I spread on GourielU Emulsiou Cleanser... wipe it off. For extra beawly, I apply more Emulsion, massage it well over my skin. I hardlfy know myself afterwaids... imazlng'that' one preparatjQn can do so much. Np greasin^ss, No stickiness or residue, because U'.wfitiljn^ fto'vva^* Vpq4erful for , iii, i-50, 3.<&, 5.00 irgfh fsgls 9) of trMjJrMe, was watron of hotter, fiffi'fr WOTti ft twu~ piet&' Suft^'Or' rose crepe with matching accessories ancf & cordage of butch iris. B\rtdw, of Stmrfty, th-other* of the bridegroom, served 6& man. Bride chose a powder bluff suit with blfccK accessories. She" carriea a White Bible, topped with 1 white gardenias. The Sibie be-* longed to Miss Gwendolyn Hale. For something "old 1 ' slie wore a gold locket, wHicH. had been in ttts family of the bridegroom for five'gen- erations. Mrs. Hale is a graduate of fttartth high school. Mrs. Hudson, m'o'tlier of the bfidr^ wore a gray suit and a corsage of- white carnations. ' . • , '• The 1 briaegroortt's mother wore ft dress of rust crepe .and her corsage was also of White carnations. A reception followed 'the wed* ding. Mrs. Otto Barton of Sunray had charge of the bride's book. in the dining room the table was laid with a cloth of handmade Lice. The three-tiered cake, topped WitH white wedding bells, was cut by the couple. White tapers in crystal candlesticks, entwined with fern, completed the settihg. Mrs. Bartort presided at the coffee service, as* sisted by Mrs. James Louglas, sister of the bridegroom, who served the cake. The bridegroom is a graduate of Shamrock high school and recently received his discharge from military service. He was with the quartermaster corps for three and one-half years, with three years of overseas service in the European theater. He has »a presidential unit citation. The couple left immediately following the reception for a trip to points in south Texas and Louisiana. They will be at home in sunray, where Mr. Hale is associated witli Phillips Petroleum company in i the wholesale-retail department. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Charlie Hudson, daughter, Miss Farie Fae Hudson, and sons, Mack : Ervin and Billy Charles, of Martin, and Miss Mary Barton of Sunray. The first amendment to the. Constitution guarantees freedom of' speech, religion and the press in the United States. jerrflf, Birthday Party. JtoHf Mrs. S. B. SteeTt entertained a blttfidSy party Sfcttfrtlay, fetj al$ 2, in Herior of Hef ft yew old daughter! Maty ihsMfetH. M*s-. Fldyd tou'ttg assisted the hestess wrttt the' giffifes aftd refreanffierits. A Vaierftitte theme was used in the deXib'tfattoffs with Valentine napkins arid red thistles sis' favors, the tfcble was <iet with red and white paper plates, c«di Having a sfhdl! chanrt attached te it by A rfbBofi. -, Guests were Cftfolyn Sue" fwdd, Betty L6tf Hogsetfr, sett, Dorothy Ann Aylfcrt,* S8£ Ayers. Gifts were sent, fey to Amarttio, 08* Lynn Miller, and fret* lock. Men enlisting to the for A period of three" ehddse the bftftieh'of 1H which thW wish to Diamond Engagement Ring iti the ' modcftt motif. 'in a perfect setting . 7. is what every woman, desires most in her Engagement Ring. Such an all-important gift perfect .... and you can be sure of perfection when you buy '.'her" diamond here. Our expert guidance is at your command in selecting the diamond that she will treasure dearly through all the years to come. The House of Fine Diamonds, Watches and Silverware ,V Ours Exclusively The Wing Suit by A suit of ligHt and dark contrasts! The kinql th&t'rnakes'a per. • feet tearrrunder a fur rjby?/goes'beautifully^alone'come surirYy 4 ', 1 „ days. Braid-bound, With the soft wing^howlder.effect, gndthaf' \ * „* ^ • -matchless Swaofidown tailoring. In a During •MHHKen niu\*/nni ''. . •; . "i •fabric . . black with lime.' * '* ' f Wjth Us,

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