Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 5, 1947 · Page 4
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f%teft§i>! the Cluttered Handbag ._._ Sflfr Writer .tHSt Sffltbfe iflan has come $ ito defense of the clut- dfeSR, perhaps a woman can fet by frith ihe defense of the fem------- She Cluttered hand In answer to Sfty man who has ivfcr tried to be Mnfiy at the expense of what foes Into a woman's handbag— here's our de tense: A handbag is a combination por- «»»»».——>•.- - - •**• table desk and dressing table Its contents can be roughly divided Into two categories, beauty and busi- the business side the essentials are something like this: A billfold and coin purse, a checkbook and fountain pen. bills to be paid and sale slips for articles to be returned, a driver's license, an address book. On tne beauty side are compact, lipstick, rouge, nail file, comb, and maybe a small jar of cleansing Cream and a few tissues for a quick facial. Also, if it's a rainy day, there may be even a change of nylons In case those worn get splashed or watermarked. Of course, there may also be some extra bobby pins and a bottle of nail polish for touch-up work. BOUND TO BE CLUTTERED Dump all that into even the roomiest handbag, and it's bound to look cluttered to anybody except another woman. And that cluttered bag is as comforting to her ns a cluttered desk is to a man. Both ilgurc that if they look Ions enough they're sure to find anything they want or need. Mrs. Quentin Williams Leading Study Course For Circle Two, WSCS Mrs. Quentin Williams, who :s conducting the study course on "The Christian and Race" for Circle Two of the Women's Society for Christian Service of the First Methodist Church, presented a very interesting and inspiring program on this week's topic, "What is Race," at the meeting held yesterday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Sherman White. Mrs. R. W. Ltine, circle chairman, presided over the .short business meeting and also led the devotional, quoting vsrst-s from ths Scripture pertaining to Mrs. Williams' topic. It was brought out during the business session, that meetings during June and July would be held at 3 o'clock instead of the usual time. The meeting next Wednesday will be held with Mrs. H. P. Barnhart, 509 N. Frost. Following (he meeting refreshments were served by the hostess to Mcsdames Williams, Lane, Barnhart, A. B. McAfee. Lee Harrah, J. G. Cargile and John Hodge. Two Texans Win Annapolis Honors ANNAPOLIS. Md., —(/Pi— Richard W. Bass, Jr., Dcnton, was awarded t h e superintendent's leadership commendation at the brigade parade of the United States Naval Academy. William H. Flynn, Jr., Harllngen, was given the Class of 1928 watch for Junior Varsity Football. BAH-H-H-H The laugh's on you this time Mr. Laundry Bag because this lady is going right back to sleep. . . . She know5.il only lakes a Coiv minutes lo do that wash wilh our new steam heated, soft water washers. COME IN—TRY—AND SEE HOW EASY IT IS HELPYSELF LAUNDRY 115 N. Hobart End of W. Foster PAGE 4 Pampa News, Thursday, June 3, 1947 Engagement Announced by Parents Miss Norma Jean Beagle Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beagle, 917 N. Gray, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Norma Jean, to John Wesley Agee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Y. E. Ago.e, 431 Leonard, Liberty, Mo. The wedding will take place on Wednesday, June 11, at the First Presbyterian Church with Dr. Douglas Nelson reading the marriage service. Pampa Represented At Youth Meeting Approximately 300 young people, including four representatives from the Pampa Methodist Churches, are attending the annual Methodist Conference for Young People at McMurry College in Abilene mis week. Local representatives are: Prom First Methodist, Donna Sue Sackett and Joyce Harrah; McCullough, Jean Ward; and Harrah, Glenda Hoggsett. They were accompanied to Abilene by Mrs. Z. H. Mundy who will remain there and bring them home Saturday. The theme for the five-day meeting lor young people of the Northwest Texas Conference is "We Test Our Lives by Thine." Included in the sessions are instruction courses, worship services, and practical training in religion and recreation. Ibadan, a city of 318,000, is the largest in equatorial Africa, ollars rowth in th KANSAS IMISSQURI Sfe /ell spend an estimated 400 million dollars to carry out the five-year telephone construction and improvement program in the Southwest. A year ago it seemed that we could do the job for 250 million dollars. But today the job is bigger, largely because of the continuing heavy demand for telephones; and costs have gone up for both materials and labor. There are about 235,000 people waiting for service in the 700 towns we serve in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and a part of Illinois. Applications are still coming in, at a rate of about 50,000 a month. We have outgrown the expansion plans we made a year ago/ even before new equipment we ordered could all be delivered. •'"..; "That means new and bigger plans to ea- Ifge telephone exchanges. They include: sections of switchboard . . . more cable Jfcpper wire, more conduit,.. more poles, more trucks, more tools. . . more new build- , ings and additions. * We need more and then still more of most of the thousands of things used to give telephone service. They take time to make and they must fit in with present equipment. We'll have the trained men ready to install the new equipment as it arrives, construction crews ready to string wire and place cable, splicers to connect tens of thousands of wires, installers to put in telephones. It's the largest construction program the telephone company has ever undertaken, and it's marked RUSH. We want to catch up with the demand for service and then get ahead faster with the program to provide the most adequate and modem telephone service ever known. SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELIPHONi COMPANY Bifiy Jean Walls NewPmidentoi ThetaKho Girls New officers were elected by the Theta Rho Girls Club Tuesday evening when they held their regular weekly meeting in the Odd Fellow Hall. They included Betty Jean Walls, president; Billy Jeanne Hol- lls, vice president; Betty Cramb, treasurer; and Paula Paye Franklin, district deputy president and lodge deputy. Paula Faye was also elected delegate to the Theta Rho State Assembly in Mineral Wells June 1415 with Colleen Voyles, junior past president, as alternate. The members practiced their team work for the state assembly and discussed plans for the play which ,he club is sponsoring Saturday light at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellow Hall. The play, "Going Modern," will be put on by players from CJar- endon. There will also be a short skit by local talent, the Wylle Players. Between acts Jasper Sergeant, ocal magician, will present his bag of tricks. Included on the program will be special music by the Theta ^ho Girls' Trio composed of Paula Faye Franklin, LaRita Jean Marsell and Ruth Marie Castka, and novelty tap numbers by the Killtan sisters. Twenty-three members attended the meeting. TWO-TON\fo GARNISH To mf^e 'a very pretty garnish, thin cottsge cheese slightly with cream and heap It into little mounds around the .meat platter. Make an indention In the center of each mound with the handle of a wooden spoon and fill with apricot preserves. This tastes g.ood with veal, ham or cold cuts. Glass is mado from sand mixed with soda and lime. Rebekahs Will Hold Election of Officers In IOOF Hall Tonight The annual election of officers will be held by members of the local Rebekah Lodge at their regular weekly meeting this evening at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellow Hall on West Brown. All members are urged to be in attendance and on time. Worthwhile HD Club Helps Higgins Family At a special called meeting of the Worthwhile Home Demonstration Club last Friday in the home of Mrs. A. French boxes of household articles were packed for a needy family in Higgins which the club has "adopted." Mrs. French presided over the business meeting at which it was announced that the next meeting would be held with Mrs. W. H. Lewis, 723 E. Malone, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock for a canning demonstration and hints on etiquette. All members were asked to o(|ing their six months reports. Ain Sunday two carloads of the members took a trailer load of the household articles to Higgins and gave them to the family. O« the way home they stopped at a wayside park for a picnic supper. MONTHLY PAIN OF FUNCTIONAL NATURE RELIEVED BY StJosephin ASPIRINS^IU lary Meets The Presbyterian Auxiliary members heard an Interesting program on "dm World, One Lord,", when the group met in the home of Mrs. Rufus Dodgen Monday afternoon. Mm. .filil tmtf pf eidta afid the devotidft&l. th£" social .hottt m^nts were served VdMihes. fcafi K.ofi#r» Tracy Yapp, wHthft JddSft, fhurman Adkihst Bill Ubty and T. It. Sonnenburg. Read The DAILA SOUTH DAILY VIA Departuret from Amarllloi 5:25 AM, 11:35 AM, 1:50 PM, 8:15 PM, 8:50 PM Non-stop to Denver 3:35 am. Olhor northbound flitel at 7:50 pm and 12:15 pm. Eaitbound at 5:30 am and 1:20 pm to Memphis via Oklahoma City, Tulia, Muskogee, ft. Smith and Ullle Rock. Rule Building V. Phone Amarillo 2-4343 Air Passengers • Air Mail Air Freight • Air Express ' BRIDE \>~/' "}/ ' GRAPEFRUIT JUICE TEXSUN 46 oz Can 19 GE JUICE Jack Sprat 46 oz. Can 22 CKBERRIES Fancy No. 2 Can 25 LETTUCE Head . . . . 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