Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 10, 1946 · Page 11
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 11

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, February 10, 1946
Page 11
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Time Cltib rdening M Voitf Time Home bem- . _i$toh clab rt^t Thursday, Feb. >W$a& *** ^ h6lrte of Mrs ' ^ ob , l||iBJh$iiy. Th£ tt>H call was answer. ajr fath meSnber tiling her fa- *"*- tlWer and why it was her :te, tJilHng a short business ""?, Mrs. Bill Mullins, was — to represent the Save Your M wuB as their nominee for del- efite to Uie district Home Demon-: *!WiU6n association meeting at Chil- Aprti 12. Mrs. Mullins will be Jtfced to the Gray County torfiafy iJ3 by'the president of the" ^ j^MS Ifemonstration council on ^Bftlafy 23 by the president of the itld / ' j 1~V For Ttfot Well Groomed Look Wear b' Tailor Made'Suit BoB Clements 14 W.Foster Phone 1342 Save iTour Time tfon club. ' , Miss MHlicent Schaub, Home Demonstration agent gftve ft demonstration crti "Oftffcfeiitttg.-'' She em- phasize'd the fact that the time to begin, gardening was January. At vhis time plans should be made, seeds ordere'd, seed Snoculants and see'd disinfectants purchased, ground prepared, ana equipment repaired and made ready to go to work as soon as the weather becomes warm enough to start actual planting. Miss Schaub stressed the point that treatment of seeds and fertilizer paid dividends in producing better and larger quantities of garden produce. She gave the club some hybrid sweet corn and asked the club members to plant it and report the outcome. This corn is a new variety and adapted to this type of climate. She said that Gray county should be able to produce sweet corn if the right variety was planted. She also gave a demonstration on decorative plants and flowers to make a landscape more beautiful. She demonstrated how to start seeds and cuttings to 'have plants and .shrubs in the garden this spring and fall. She stressed the iden that th'e first impression of peoples' home was formed by the surrounding area around the home, suggesting the motto about one's home: "It ought to be fine, I live here." Refreshments were served to ten members and three guests. _ «»- • Discharged Veteran Takes Over FSA PCS! CANADIAN, Feb. 9.—(Special) — James Gouldy, discharged from the army December 9th, has arrived in Canadian to take over the duties of supervisor of the local office of the Farm Security Adumlnistration. Gouldy was doing- FSA work at Chlldress and Memphis before enlisting in the army more than three years ago. He was a sergeant in the 12th armored division, and saw service in Europe. Arrel Cummings has been FSA supervisor here for the past two years. Story of Famous Stork Club Opens Billing al LaHora Theater Andy Russell and Don DcForc don't approve of the attention Betty Hutton is showing Barry Fitzgerald in this scene from Paramount'* "The Stork Club." By SCOTT UAFFERTY Read Thn Classified Advertisement) Today Thru Wed. Doors Open 1 p. m. Sunday! HUTTON «GPPP" B .9. G !' A color carloon UNIVERSAL NEWS B. O. DeSylva'o "The Stork Club" is a sure-fire hit in the way of musical entertainment. It shows at the LaNora starting today. It's a slap-happy story full of laughs and songs with Betty Hutton irT'the starring role, assisted" by such able supporters as Barry Fitzgerald, Don DePore. Robert Benchley and Bill Goodwin as the fabulous Sherman Billingsly. In the story, Betty is a hat check girl at New York's famous night club. She -befriends a seemingly penniless old man, Barry Fitzgerald, who, all the time, is a millionaire who is estranged from his wife. Betty obtains Fitzgerald a job as bus'boy at the club and it. is in this role that the wizened old man is outstanding. It all develops into a grand mess but everything comes out OK. Good-western entertainment is in store for Roy Rogers fans. Roy's in Republic's "Man From Oklahoma," showing at the Rex Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Rogers, who is rapidly replacing the slipping Gene Autry as the No. 1 cowboy star, siiigs a lot of good songs and there's even "a decent plot to go along with them. The old' standbys, Gabby Hayc; and Eale Evans, along with Bob Nolan and, the Sons of the Pioneers make up the rest of the :ast. A re-release of one of the better old pictures is featured at the Crown Sunday and Monday. It's "Barbary Coast," starring Edward G. Robinson and Joel McCrea. with Barry ' ' FITZGERALD Don DeFORE Robert Benchlei' I and introducing Andy RUSSELl 't't •'fc i. t M< Hex Today Thru Tue. '.'.'" ; PLUS - - "FAliA Af HYDE PARK" "SPOOK TO ME" ROMANCE . AS W&E AS ' THE RANGE.' THE KSftG of IB\ie COWBOYS! Jrrrmny was not ready to fight and because the reich had no strategic plan of militry operation against the Czechs. Butter bootlegging is the latest result of a government do-notlving prim policy that is causing the worst kind of inflationary black market.—Owen W. Richards, manager, American Dairy association. Wheeler County March of Dimes Total Incomplete SHAMROCK, Feb. 9.—'Special)— Wheeler county residents have contributed $1,359.98 to the March of Dimes drive with receipts from the towns, Mobeetle and Allison, yet to be turned in. That figure, which exceeds last year's total contribution by almost S3GO, was reported this morning by Norman Patrick, chairm"'.i of the drive in the south p-i/t, of the county. A total of $797.24 was raised in the drive to fight the dread disease, polio. A downtown solicitation by committees resulto.'. in H5S.10, Patrick said. The Shamrock public schools turned in $114.44. the Texas theatre, $115.70 and the liberty theatre, $98.40. To boost the contributions in the south side of the county, Keller- 'villo turned in $70 and the Pekan school. $5. To make up the total county gross. Wheeler residents contributed $409.48, Briscoe, $58.26 and Kelton, S20. The drive w;is completed in Wheeler county in one week. The March of Dimes is sponsored by the Notional Foundation of Infantile Paralysis and one-half the fund is kept in the county to combat a pos- sible outbreak of the crippling disease. County Chairman Harry Wofford and Patrick today expressed their gratitude to all those who assisted in the drive and to those who contributed in such a. generous manner. REA Power Lines Are Activated CANADIAN, Feb. 9.—(Specialj— Eighty miles of new REA power lines were activated Tuesday noon when rui-rcnt from the Canadian IT : •.!.'::! pal power plant was turned on. This is the first of the new REA lines in this area to be activated, and brings current to residents of Glazier, and to farms in that vicinity. Sunday, February 10, 1946 PAMPA MIWS Make This Home Recipe To Take Off Ugly Fat Rcart Classified Ads in the News It's simple. It's amazing-, how quickly one may lost; pouiid.i of bulky, .un^'ghtly fat rir*lit in your own home. Makn this recipe yourself. It's easy—no trouble at all and costs little. It contains nothing larmfui. Just go to your drujrgist jmd ask for four ounces of liquid Barcentrate (formerly cnllcrl Barc^! Concentrate). Pour this into a pir.' bottle and add cnovrrh wrarx'iYuit juice to fill tho bottle. Then tj.kc two taMcspocmcful t-wice a clay. That's all there Is to it. If the very first bottle doesn't show the simple, easy -way to lose bulky fat and help regain slender, more graceful curves; if reducible j pound. 1 ? and inches of excess fat ilnn't just scum to diV.ip,7par almost ' like magic from neck, chin, arms. i hu.*t, abdomen, hips, calves and 1 ankles, just return the empty bottle for your money brick. Follow the easy way endorsed by many who hare 'vied t'lis r'.nn and help bring back ailmhig curves and graceful slendcrnors. Note how quickly bloat disappears—how much better you feel. More alive, youthful appearing: and active. Want Ads Bring Resullsl-Ph. 66P Hitler Would Have Backed Down on Military Threats NUERNBERG, Feb. 5—(#)•—Adolf Hitler would have backed down on his military threats if the Western Allies had refused to sign the-Munich pact in September, 1938, according to hazi Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel. In a 'statement to Czechoslovakian interrogation officer Brig. Gen. Eohuslav Eger, Keitel said he believed that if the Czechs had mobilized in March 1938, Germany would have been unable to accomplish the anschluss with Austria. At the time of the Munich pact, he said, Hitler was opposed to war because the fuehrer realized that BERRY PHARMACY If I ' GABBY" HAYES torn When you step out in your new Penney spring coat , , , it's an announcement spring' again . -, , and fashionably go! Bright colors jto go with sunny days—new styles to match the freshness of a new season! Cardigan and man-tailored coets in full or belt- sentiment mounted mantically designed Three brilliant diamonds in lovely gold setting for her engagement ring. $1"75. "Large quality diamond for him in handsome gold mounting. $207.50. She'll be thrilled with sparkling diamond smartly engraved ring $29.75. On the far right is illustrated good-looking man's ring set with diamond. S49."5. Give your Valtntme this exquisite 17-jewel Bulova watch glowing with 24 diamonds in solid gold case. ZALE'S Sells More Diamonds Than Any Other Jeweler in the Southwest At 7Ac VCSA( of A Z &t I he. ffe&if of fhnettca. ALE'S USE YOUR CREDIT AT ZALE'S PRICES INCLUDE FEDERAL TAX 107 N. CUYLER - Qtl HEAVEN-SENT. She's an angel but so worldly-wise. She kcpps you guessing and you love it! Enchanting bouquet-blend wilh an artful undertone. 7.50, 6.00, 3.50. ^ Purso size 1.00 APr-LE BLOSSOM. She's the eternal romantic. Helena Rubinstcin'd unsurpassed Apple Blossom. For the young in heart of all ages. 6.00, 3.75. Purse size 1.00 VmiTE FLAME. Helena RubinotcinV unforgettable- perfume. It's c,\grytriing a woman wants her perfume lo be. To a man, it means the one woman. 18.50, 9.50. Purse size 2.50 Plus Fe&cral Tax time to "cotton up" to spring COTTON DRESSES Time to think of cottoning up in pretty dvesses for spring and summei days. Hanging in your closet — colorful as bouquets — they make feel that balmy weather's here. Worn about the house, the indoor prelude to bright sunny days. Checks, pis ids, stripes and f colors run the gamut in style from tailored to dirndl. 4 £' m ^ . %:i 2N &A^ ^te«? v

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