Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 14, 1946 · Page 4
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lor Aviation old at Heeling i elite «Kit at Wte hbtnc E. Ffriley tttesday after- ,&fr roll call ana a short session Mrs. D. V. fiufton, :rfid*nt, introduced the guest ftK*. L. W. Jolly. "h «totty of the Pampa Municipal 6ft spoke on "Aviation and m at ( lt Means to Us." His disJus- i, concerning aviation for busi- . father than for pleasure, out that airplanes are used J»p8t_ fofsst fires, then to drop .. ";. .info the fire areas to l pift out these fires. Lakes and 'fsttanns are being restocked with rflfin planted from airplanes. Also *ft1t£l&fi3S are used to dust cotton, •IWllt, "wheat, potatoes, and in some a'reas lo plant rice. 1 H£ pointed out that since lime is stich -Tiii important factor In our iffe today, executives of many busi- .,tie&s concerns travel by sur for business trips. <i; Many of the famous "Flying Tig- fers" have organized cargo service, thus stimulating some major airlines to : take larger cargoes. ,Mr. Jolly foresaw landing strips along highways and more towns marked for the berieflt of amateur Allots. • 'The hostess, Mrs. Pinley, served a salad and dessert plate to the following: Mrs. S. L. Lewis, a visitor Sand former member, Mrs. W. C. Jones, Mrs.- George Briggs, Mrs. S. ft. Eftennis, Mrs. O. P. Buckler. Mrs. D, V. Burton, Mrs. W. R. Ewing, Mrs. H. L. Ledrick, Mrs. Jnmes Todd, Mrs. Knox Kinard, Mrs. Jenette liutchinson, and Mrs. Dave Pops. •" • «» Social Calendar THURSDAt RebekAh lodge meets nt 7:30 o'clock, ' Wdodrow Wilson P.-T.A. meets at 2:15 6'clock Ih school auditorium. ..^Horace Mnnn I'.-T.A. meets. 4 Bhm Houaton P.-T.A. meets. ..• B. M.- Baker P-T.A. meets .' Hopkins Lndlcs B!blc Study club meets In Communlly hull. '*'0|)*n Bible clnes meets with Mr. nnd Mr». ; John Evans, 228 N. Nelson at 7:30 b'elock. •.-;.' KRIDAY ;•:.' Eastern Star meeta In Masonic hull at % o'clock for Initiatory work. «''. • l&itire K<iw club meets wilh Mrs. Joe f ; Lewis at 2 o'clock. .VlerncB club mccUi In Humble camp jj|rtrti',;MlJ8.. W. E. Ab'-rnaUiy. '•^;Lu .KosH presentation ilnnco in Palm room. • '.' Dulldora" It. T. U. of First Buplint. diqrcb «oeiul with Mrs. JC. V. Duvis, (i:30 y. <Biinke, at 7-.30-o'clock. •V Young People's Ulble class meets with Evangelist E. B. Joseph, 455 N.,Warren at 7:30 o'clock. « , MONDAY '' American Legion auxiliary meets in Oity'club rooms nt H o'clock. .DoUi Stamii Phi nu'ets witli Mrs. Kay JiobtJins, 1J2B Turrncc at 8 o'clock. • ' TUU.SDAY 'AAUW meets in CKy t-lul> nninw nt T.iilO' u'clock. : \ Gduhcil -; of Clinrch Women ('\eriilive h i>{ ,.lh« Kvctbren W.M.S. inwls. ;": MeHcn Home Demonstration ululi incuts wllh''.Mrs. C. L. Cmlney. " WEDNESDAY .Lbyul Women's class of the Kiml Chris. ri^church 1 meets at the church at 2:3(1 o.'clock, ; iHbiy'Sotils Pai'ish council mcvUi. atVER VALLEY g_S3£REVEPORT, La. Feb. 14—( i£ Roy ^Matthias, Shreveport, field .-itative of the Red river val- liBy);(linproyement association, hab ijeerUetecteo; secretary of the association. - : OOtfOM MONCtHTiS .:r;-v- : .' ". (HMN) <0hh»s >«« Instant relief to a stuff•d-up head-cold and cough, throat iritaion and hoarseness due to a and hoarseness «old. Siptol loosens the phelgm in the naaal and bronchial tract, and make* bwathin* «asi«r and checks •Supplied in 'o Forms Ephedrinc S ocie and Clubs ,*= 1N THE NEWS Homemaking Theme of Twentieth Century Culture Club Meeting "Homemaking" was the theme for the Tuesday afternoon meeting df the Twentieth Century Culture club, when the members were entertained at the h6me of Mrs. Douglass Nelson. Mrs. L. N. Alchison, vice president, presided in Ihc absence of Mrs. W. B. Weatherrcd who was ill. Roll call was answered Guesi Tea Has Valentine Theme The annual guest tea of the Twentieth Century club was an affair of Tuesday afternoon, given in the city club rooms. The rooms hud been decorated for the occassion with a. Valentine theme. Mrs. George Hepngr, Mrs. Raymond Harrah, Mrs. Lloyd Hicks, and Mrs. Clifton High were hostesses. Refreshments, served from a table set with white candles in silver candelabra and an old fashioncJ bouquet, in a silver bowl, carried cut the traditional theme with heart nr,cl pinwheel sandwiches, cup cakes, flower and bow-knot cookies, and red heart-shaped mints which had been, hand decorated. Mrs. George Hcpncr greeted the gut'.sts ns they arrived and Mrs. Roger M:Connell kept the guest book. Mrs. F. L. Stalling? and Mrs. Roy McKerhan presided at the tea service. The speaker for the afternoon. Mrs. Grace Hodge, was introduced by Mrs. Joe Gordon, program chairman. Mrs. Hodge's topic was "Youth Conservation." The meeting closed with the club custom, a prayer by a member of the American home committee, Mrs. G. F. Branson doing the honors at this time. The guest list follows: Mrs.. J. M. Fitzgerald. Mrs..Paul Kasishke, Mrs. John Skelly, Mrs. ,J. G. Doggctt, Mrs. J. P. Wehrung, Mrs. Farris C. Oden, Mrs. R. H. Nenstiel, Mrs. R. S. McConnell, Mrs. Roy Chisum, Mrs. Albert Doucette, Mrs. I. B. Hughey, Mrs. J. F. Allen, Mrs. M. S. Lamb, Mrs. T. Price, Mrs. R. C. O'Keefe, Miss Jane Hicks, Mrs. Walter Eaugherty, Mr?. E. A. Ellis, Mrs. Diana Wood, Mrs. F. L. Stallings, Mrs. Glenn Radcliff; Mrs. Loysc Caldwell, Mrs. Harold Welldcr. Mrs. Ray Martin, Mrs. Lea Moore, Mrs. W. R. Campbell, Mrs. Huns Duvis, Mrs. M. F. Roche, Mrs. D. C. Kennedy, Mrs. R. E. McKernan, Mrs. Robert Sanford, Mrs. Charlie Thut, Mrs. James Mussn, Miss Marie Stedjc, Mrs. Edwin Vicars, Mrs. Garland Franks, Mrs. C. N. Davis, Mrs. Grace Hodge, Mrs. James McCune, Mrs. W. S. Dixon, Mrs. Earl O'Brient, Mrs. Carl .Wright. Mrs. Chester Thompson, Mrs. C. O. Drew, Mrs. R. J. Hasan,* Mrs. H. W. Waddcl), Mrs. Walter Dean) Mrs, J. M. Hopper, Mrs. J. W. Gorman. Jr., Mrs. Joe Hodge, Mrs. Alex Schneider, Mrs. John O. Miller, Mrs. Clifford Braly, 3r., Mrs. Charlie Russoll, Mrs. G. F. Branspn, Mrs. Marvin Cooper, and Mrs. Herman Van Sickle. wilh a "homemaking hint." Mrs. V. I.,. Hobb? discussed "Co- ojirrntion in the Home," Dialing that "in order U> have every member of the fnmily feel that he is n part of the home, let rach have a share in the duties of the home." Sometimes, she added-, "it takes longer to let the 'small fry' do the household chores, but in later years it will pay dividends, when mother can step out for an atfernoon and know that her home is taken care of by other members of the family." .Mrs. Kester Jum emphasized the importance of arrangement in her talk on "Tips on Time Saving." "We may have modern equipment," she said, ".but unless it is conveniently arranged, xve will use more time getting- it assembled than if we had gone ahead with the old fashioned equipment. Place things near the spot whore they will be used ,to save minutes." Another time saver she described was to keep woodwork surfaces waxed, so that dust may easily be wiped off. The hostess served heart shaped cakes, sandwiches, Pittsburg candies and hot tea to Mrs. M. K. Griffith, a new member; the following members: Mrs. L. N. Atchison, Mrs G. L. Craddu:k, Mrs. M. P. Downs, Mrs. V. L. Hobbs, Mrs. E. L. Henderson, Mrs. Rufe Jordan, Mrs. Kester June, Mrs. Joe Key, Mrs. Huelyn Laycock, Mrs. R. C. Mason, Mrs, Jack Merchant, Mrs. Fred Ratcliff Mrs. E. O. Wedgeworth, and Mrs Julian Key, and one guest, Mis.s Mary Ann Wright of Coffeyville Kansas, who is visiting with Mrs. E. L. Henderson. Surprise Birthday/ Party Given Friday Guy Savage was entertained -at a surprise birthday party last Friday, when his mother Mrs. E. Savage, was hostess to a group of his friends at her home, 417 N. Davis. Games were played during the afternoon and Mi's. Savage served TIT INTRIGUE! Today Thru Sat. 'Roomin' Thru Arizona" "Little Witch" WITH RECKLESS DAYS and, NIGHTS oi ADVtNTUREr George RAFT Claire TREVOR Signe HAS SO jr i AND NEWS Hex .LAST TIMES TODAY l»l«s • "Magic of Youth" "Community Sing." • "Screen Snapshots" in 'SanFranciscp] 1 O M ( O N W A Y TODAY AND FRIDAY » 1MLI If A C,L E M A I? B » S " Vj§ , '\inllU01l I'^ihUimi" 9 LADD W I^.t5" j> B> NBA Settle* Fabric gloves, once fain«d chiefly for their iJradticaUty', have emerged as serious rivals of delicate doeskin and fine French suede for style and beauty. Hand-fagotted seams and dainty French knot embroidery on the Wear- Right gloves, pictured right, are typical high style features of modern fabric gloves. The velvety soft suedelikc finishes make them suitable for wear with smartest cos- lumes, but budget-minded Kals still appreciate their practical "wash like a hanky" quality Style Fabric Gloves Hatroh W. S. C. S. " I Give Stork Sh6wer ttarrfth Methodist WothUh's £o* cietyof Christian Service fentertalif* cd at a stork showed Tuesday afte*- noon. honoring Mrs. Johnny Old* dings. The party was given at ttw home of Mrs. D. S, Buckner, 701 E, Albert Ave. Mrs. OiddLngs' husband went into the service three weeks ago. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mrs. Buckner and Mrs. Charles Pryor to fourteen ladies present. Mrs. Gracly Adcock was in in'•:•:• oi the games. Chitter Chai Members Given Valentines Each member of the Chitter Chat club received a small Valentine remembrance from Mrs. L. E. Wills at the Tuesday evening meeting of the club at' the home of Mrs. C. W. Coffin. After the business meeting, plate refreshments were served, cleverly carrying out the Valentine motif with heart shaped sandwiches and pale pink cake topped with whipped cream. The plate favors were small red hearts with a Valentine message and the name of each member. Those attending the meeting were: Mrs. Glenn Waggoner, Mrs. J. A. Grundy, Mrs. J. fc. Harrison, Mrs. A. B. Whitten, Mrs. L. E. West, Mrs. Vi Wells. Mrs. Howard Archer, Mrs. W. L. Harrison, Miss Mary Francis Kiefer -and Miss Dorothy Barrett. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. W. L. Harrison, with Mrs? Howard Archer as hostess. Training Union Has Valentine Party A Valentine party was given Tuesday night for members of the Intermediate Training union of the First Baptist church, in the church. Original Valentines were exchanged from a white Valentine box, prepared by Mrs. Bill Money for the occasion. The box had a red crepe paper rose on the lop. Guests registered on a large Valentine with the George Washington reminder "I promise to tell the truth," printed across the top. Seasonal games were played during the evening with the different young people acting as leader. -, Guests present .y;ere: Peggy gain, Robert Allford, Claude Money, Dale Richardson, G. D. Holmes, Peggy Rose, Wanda Lucdecke, June Brown, Gladys Jones, Rosemary Prigmore, Jeneane Worrell, Richard Greene, Janice Doggett, Dolores Miller, Betty Ann Thornhill, Mrs. Bob Allford, Mrs. R. W. Tucker, Mr. and -Mrs. Perry Gaut and Bill, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Richardson. Celebrates Sixth Birthday at Party Mrs Liston Gates entertained a group of youngsters at a birthday party, February 2, in honor of her son, Winfred Ray, whose sixth birthday it was. The party was given in the Collexo conun unity hall. Ice cream and a birthday cake, decorated in pink and white, were served to Betty and John Atchley, David Dean Lewis, Barbara Tillman, Sonny Roberts, Laverne Lamb, Hershell Wayne Bogle, Glen Elms, Larry Blair, Bobbie Hulsey, Freddie Smith, Dickie Spence, tDaria Gean Hammer, and Patricia Martin. Mothers present were: Mrs. Chester Hulsey, Mrs. Boyd Smith, Mrs. Stanley Hulsey, and Mrs. Alvin Dates. Winfred Ray also received Ifts from Barbara Halley, Preston Thompson, Carl Wayne Knoll and Mrs. Estell Gates. cake, ice cream, pop and popcorn mils. Those attending the party included: Jack Lankford, Arthur Martin, Drucette Sargent, Jimmie Savage, Bobbie Burns, Jewel Moore, Ray Dean Noland, Billy Leudecke, Thur man Weatherred, James Lewis, Kenneth Savage, Aurenia White, Donald Max Noel, Wanda Lcuclccke, Julia Dauies, jounic Aum.cn, Darrell Cockliiu Jane Chambers, Patsy Grouinger, Mr. and Mrs. Bo Barrett and Mr. E. Savage. Itcad Classified Ads in the News Tailored Lingerie Every ship has a painted mark on its hull showing how low in the water she can toe permitted to sink safely when loaded. RELIEVE THAT TORMENTING PIN-WORM H T-T nn Innccr ni?r"sr-nry U^f^r B • In fill lip with IhO ••• M tnmlilr caunpil t>v Pin- | • ^^ • B Worm?! A hichly "ffcc- • • ^ • • tirr way to deal with this uftly infection hns Iwn psdihlishpH. Ask your ilrucsrist for P-W, thf Pin-Worm tnM«U dnvclopod in thf JBboratories of Dr. D. Jayno & Son. Tin? small, casy-to-tnko P-W tablets net in a special way to remove Pin-Worms. So don't take chances with the embarrassing rental itch and other distress caused by these creatures that live inside the human body. Jf you suspect Pin-Worms, ret JAVNE'S P-W and follow the directions Your drUKKlat knows: P-W for Pin-Worn-.a'. February 14, 1941 f>AMfA NEWS * were Msudd y •«• Mlttoti Beesofi and iia*el y, Safer froustori arid tteleh lb<ilse r Allett, Cblif., to Lawrence McKinley Blaif and Dona Coffee, and to Carl E. Williams and Thel- tna Dirickson. H. ft. ttin says: ftheft 0*4 -.,the right thing fil* con*ii*ft6# M clear. Men enlisting in the regular army arc furnished clothing and shoes Which would cost a rivilain $25, COLDS riGHT MISERY "^ •where you feel it-rub % Jf 4*|f throat, chest and WJ**"s' bcvckwith^ime-tested W VAPORl Make This Home Recipe T© Take Off Ugly Fat bulky fat awl help regain slendet, move cvaceful curves'; if reducible and inches of excess fat It's simple. It's atnay-infr, how quickly one may lo=e poumls oi bulky, unsightly fat ripht in voui . ... _.. ._ own home. Make this recipe your- don't juft scorn to disappear almost self. It's easy—no trouble at all"" ' ' '- ~ u - • and costs little. It contains nothing ijarmful. Just go to your druggist /nd ask for four ounces of liquid Barcentrate (formerly called Barcel Concentrate). Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Then take two tablespoonsful twice a day. That's all there is to it. 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