Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 8, 1947 · Page 8
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Pampa New*, Sunday,- Jtrii* Nine of the boys in the above picture will make two appearances Iti the First Baptist Church. One on Tuesday night, Jilne 10, at 8:00 p. hi. and the other at 8:30 Wednesday morning at the General Assembly of <he Vacation Bible School. These j-piing lads are from California and their leader Is blind. "Among; these hoys is Don Barrett, son of Utr, and Mrs. Charles Barrett. Thanks To MACK'S Helpy-SeH Laundry I have more time for pleasure . . . Never had time, until I found out It only takes a few minutes with those new steam heated and soft water Maytags. Try them uiitl sec. HELPY SELF LAUNDRY 115 N. 1IOBAUT END OF \V. FOSTEIl Air Conditioners Essiek and Sno-Breeze Window $>IA50 Type 44 : & up Large Fer Stores THE NEW General Mills Belts Tru-ffeat Iron • Plots G Motors Blowers & and Attic Fans PAUL GROSSMAN REFRIGERATION CO. 112 W. Foster Phone 2110 To Renl, Buy or Sell, Use a Classified **••* Pilnib RMlai Tuesday Vivian Brake, 13-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brake, 606 N. Sumner. Vivian Brake and Carol Kay Stewart are among the group of piano pupils which will be presented in nn ensemble recital Tuesday evening nt 8 o'clock in the Church of the Brethren by Mrs. Lily Hartsfield. 'One of the outstanding features of the recital will be a piano quartet "Bagatelles" (Beethoven), arrangement by Dieter, which will be played by Vivian nnd Carol Kay, Carol Kay Stewart, 12-year-old daughter of Mrs. Lillian Zamora, 426 N. Yeager. with Betty Pate and Ouida Jun Williams at the second piano. Vlvial received the highest rating in Mrs. Hartfield's class at the recent National Piano-Plaj^ng Auditions held here.. Carol Kay was the highest in the class participating last year. The public is cordially invited to attend the recital. Hampton (Continued from Page 71 wns of pink carnations. Jerry Duvi.s, young brothei- of the bride, wns in charge of the gne.st registry. Altt-r the wedding ;i reception was lield in the home oi the bridegroom. Wedding e:ike nnd coffee were .served tu approximately a hundred ynests, Mrs. Kenneth Kyle presided at the silver coffee service. The beautifully-appointed table had us its centerpiece u low arrange- of pink and while flowers. . For her wedding trip of two weeks to the West Coast the bride chose a navy blue suit with the fashionable '''fish tail" effect and red accessories. As a shoulder corsage she used her white orchid. Both the bride and bridegroom are Pampa High School graduates and attended Texas Technological Institute nt Uibbock. Mrs. Hampton is employed by the Stonollnd Oil and Gas Company while Mr. Hampton Is in business with his Iavher at the Pampa Lubricating Company. Jones Dress Up Your Beauty under the Sun It's June and a young: woman's fancy turns toward vacation . . . those wonderfully lazy days devoted to lolling in the sun, And Old Sol will smile with approval at you during your fun time if you have taken cure to follow our "Summary for Summer Beauty" . . . . . so chech these' services which point the way 1 to good gfoomlng far Summer ... . * A., short hairdo with a.. new".permanent wave, $7.50 Permanent.* for $5.00 •* Manicures beauty. for finger • New make-up to harmonize with your bronzed sliln tones. Special prices on cosmetics Why not makfi your appointment today? We'll bo glad to book a convenient time for you. The Personality Beauty&Shopi 100 W. Foster hPone 1172 Colgate -Palmolive-Peet brincjs you a wonder-working new suds / 'VEL U the trade-mark of Culgiite- Palinulive-Peet Co, Gleaming dishes and glassware... without wiping! Just a quick rinse, and dishes and glassware dry sparkling clean! You'll never again have to spend time wiping dishes. Vel leaves no soap scum or streaky film to polish away. Removes grease faster, more completely than soap ... Leaves no dishpan ring to scrub out. Vel cleans dishes cleaner than soap and saves up to half your dishwashing time! MILDER TO HANDS! Vel is not a soap but an entirely new and different suds that is completely neutral... milder than soap. Your hands will love Vel's mildness. Stockings $tay lovelier, sheerer-looking when washed with VEL You'll wear your stockings longer when you wash them with Vel, because Vel keeps them sheerer-looking ... lovelier longer... than soap can. It leaves no soap scum to thicken stocking threads. Eliminates soap-fading! (Continued from Page i) Vows Were - exchanged before a background of woodwardfa fern, wedding baskets of white gladioli and White peonies, and four large branched candelabra. Pews In the reserved section were marked by White satin bows aw'd double daisies. Pre-nuptial music Included two solos, "I Love You Truly" and "fee- cause" by Miss Edith Krai who Was accompanied 'at the organ'by Mrs. Harlan A. Yoder. Mrs. Yoder also played "Indian Ikive Call" and "Claire de Lune". During the ceremony she softly played "Liebes- traum". The traditional wedding marches were used. • Miss Lois Yoder, in aq'ua, was maid of honor and Misses Joan clay, in blue, x aftd Nina. Spearman,' in pink, were bridesmaids. Their taffeta gowns were identically fashioned with puff-sleeves, sweetheart neckline and basque waist. Their headdress was a bandeau of white flowers and they carried old-fashioned nosegays. Little Miss Sarah Lou Harnley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Harnley, as flower girl was charming in a long yellow dress with peonifs in her hair. Best man was Martin Stubbe and gromsmen were George Crossman and Toney Jones, brother of the Given/in marriage by her father, the bride wore a traditional white slipper-satin wedding gown by Mindelle with basque waist, long sleeves pointed at the hand and sweetheart neckline. Exquisite lace accented the neckline, cuffs and 1 waistline. Tiny self-covered buttons were used down the front of the bodice and at the wrist closings. The train and two- tiered fingertip-length veil of scalloped net were gathered to a coronet ornamented with seed pearls. The wedding traditions were carried out with an "old" handkerchief used by the bride's mother at her wedding; for "something new" a single strand of pearls gift of the bridegroom; and n bracelet borrowed from Mrs. J. R. spearman. She carried a spray of white "ardenias and stephanotis. Mrs. Jones chbse for her daughter's wedding a white crepe dress with black accessories and her cor- age was of pink split carnations. The bridegroom's mother wore aqua crepe with black and white accessories. Her flowers were split arnations. .-. Following the ceremony a reception wns held in the home of the onda's parents. In the receiving line were Mr. and' Mrs. Jones and the bride nnd bridegroom. • • ••'•'• The three-tiered white wedding ake, bearing the miniature 'bridal gl ll£ s ' was se >'ved by Mrs. Ralph »• Thomas from the laCe- covered table. Punch was poured by Mrs Jess Clay. ; ™' 0 ™^) 1 guests Deluded Dr. M ; N u ckel> w ! chlt a, Kans., Mrs. John Webster, Miami; and'Mrs. Rav Jones, Laketon; Mr. and MrsV J D A ch ey, and 'Mr., and Mrs. Nelson H hl S r> « ealto 'V -Okla.; 'Jm-ff-Mr. d Mrs. Lester Thomas, Welling- For their wedding trip to"' Red Hiver. N. M., the bride was attired n a gray suit with reel imd white accessories. She wore a shoulder cor- iage of white gardenias. • After June 15 they -will make their home at 501 N. Cuyler • " _Mrs. Atchley is a gradilate of Pampa High School, Class'of 1047 where she Was nctive in 'music nnd a member of the 1 National Honor Society and La Rosa Soro;«y. Mr. Atchley was' -graduated rom the Zanies, Okla., High School and served in the Armed'Forces for three years, part of that time being spent overseas. Homines (Continued from Page ?) Barnett and Ruel Baxter as co- lostesses. . Ice cream, cake and candy favors were served. ~> . Those present were Messrs and Mesdames Hill and Wanda, • Ray Black and Retha/j. L. Homines and caven, R. A, Hill, T. c. Kit- fi ls ' ,„?' P> Barn ett, Prank Barnett,, Wesley Bruce; O. E Hext G. D. Robbins, A, B. Wade, Rue! Baxter, j. M. Bichey, John E. Holdaway, Morris, Betty and Wancla Lou, Willis Wells and MBIT Beth and Gene Robbins, Mesdames Essie Romines, Minnie Cole, Lucille Ross and Curtis, and Ruby Burrows; Misses Johnnie Mae Young, Mary Lou Ollne, Dorothy Brown, and Jane Ritchey; Rev. and Mrs. H, H. Woods, Lee Roy Romines, Deryl Robbins, and Wilbert Wade. Sending gifts were Messrs and Mesdames Hi .M. Holland, Alfred Snell, C. D. Wihon, C. C. Howard, L. O. Thornton, Dean Galloway, Ben Guill, Spotts, Dean Young and Jackie, R. F. Allison, John Gray, Minnie Erwin, and W. O. Colson Rev. D. R. McNew, Rev. and Mrs. Elbert Labenslce, Mrs. P. M. Jinks Mrs. Louvier and Max; Misses Elwanda Colson, Charlie Neal Young, Dorothy Foster, and Katy Powell. Eastern Stars Install Officers at Shamrock SHAMROCK —(Special)— Mrs. Willie J. Nix was installed at worthy matron, at the public installation of officers for the Order bf Eastern Star, Shamrock Chapter 384, at the Masonic Hall Monday evening. ; The invocation was given by-Rev. Hubert Bratcher. Mrs. Ira Redvis made the welcome address, fbllowed by a piano number "Ave Maria" by Miss Lota Mae Hughes. The following officers were introduced by Mrs. Reavis:' Miss Lota Mae Hughes, organist; Mrs. Lela Kersh, officer; Mrs, Aya AtklnsQn, secretary; Mrs. Inez Montgomery, mashall; and Mrs. Zell Williams, chaplain. • • • : : • Following the retiring march,- Miss June Ann Nix placed the Bible on the altar, after which the n6w officers were installed. Rainbow Girls assisted with the installation service. New officers installed we Uts. Willie J. Nix, worthy matron; Glynn Bell, worthy patron; Mrs. Frankie Weatherby, associate matron,; J; A. Ebellng, associate patron ,;• Mrs. peg- ey Griffin, secretary; Mrs. felsie Ebeling, "treasurers"-Mrs. Era Jo Hehderspn, cppdujijress. 'Mrs. Ruby-Adams;-Associate con- cluctvess; Mrs. Mabel Nicholson, chaplain; Mrs. |£atle ~CJoseV'«iar* i Mise 3S|il4red H«ndpr«?n./-ftr' Katherine Harbour, t tm rtagfe by her uiifcle. H. E. reftce, wort a white feye)et two- piece dt-fess With white accessories. Ifftr cdfsftge was 6f red roses. Following a short wedding tftp Mt. arid; Mrs. Butler are making their H6ih6 in Odessa. Mrs. Butler is a graduate of Cass^ vllle, Mo., High School where she made an excellent scholastic record, being highest in her graduating clttss. She Woh a medal f6r oratory arid Was staff artist on the )ft46 sch661 ahnuai. Following his ' graduation from Pampa High School Mr. Butler Spent two yeat-s in the Navy. For the p'ast yeal- he has been working for Cities Service Gasoline' Corn- patty ftnd' has been at the Odessa plant for .the past .four, months. The : brlhclpal mineral resources of the'Belgian Congo are: Copper, tin, tantalum, Iridium, Uranium, radlunt, gold, Mlver, iron, manganese zinc and coal. Ada; Mfs. Clara Harrison, Ruth; Mrs, bessie Katherlhe McCall, Esther; Mi's. Doi-othy Cobb, Martha; Mis. Loralh6 Jordan, Electa; Mts. Beatrice Hartsfield, warder; E. E. Henderson, sentinel. For Quick, Dependable • ., Service Go to Clarence's Shoe Shop 109'A' K. Foster Pampa .Cadillac Ambulance Service Phone 400 Duenkel-Carmichael ip Supper Qt Presbyterian Church A Fellowsiiip covered-dish supper has been planted for 6:30 Wednesday evening at the Presbyterian Church. All members And friends ate invited to attend. Following the supper Dr. Douglas Nelson will give the second in a series of "short talks on the history of Presbyterianisth. . PANHANDLE —'{Special)—;• Eva Craig led a study of the\8 of Colosslahs When trie WJi.t£ the Baptist Church met In hoiif& 0f Mrs. 'George Hartfcins on W^StieiSafty for Bible Study. The meeting.fefta .opened with a prayer by Mrs. E. -E. Swing and closed with ft prayer by Mrs. W.- W. Evans. " .'•£• Refreshments were served to fil&s- dames Ewiiig, Evans, Craig, :TV B. Ramey v R. A. Mitchell, j. Sid-&'- Ke'eie, John 'Stone arid Allen Bl«U*k. MO&MVlDON'T rORGET TO BUY ME TRIMflT SOX ««**>«* Tjnm/tf TODDLER SOX Hi* kind ycu'vi been looking f oi t Beautifully mod* «f flnt m*r«»rii«d yoriw. 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