Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 21, 1946 · Page 3
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Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, February 21, 1946
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Has Lesson on Music 3. Qallahor entertained of the Eleanor Roosevelt «jllib at her home near Skelly_ Tuesday. After the regular ( BUMness meeting, conducted by t)n> 'President, Mrs. J. C. Jarvis, a pro- FJf&Jtt tft\ "Music" was presented. ! v Mfs. Corley was leader. ; r 8611 tall was answered by ea:h | ;i«e"ftil&r describing a personal ex' tffettfenee in which music influenced ! ner life. Mrs. Oer.e Harlan spoke on I ^Composers -if Today." , Thfe hostess .served rr-freshment.s 46 'the following members present: • Mrs. J. C, Collins, Mrs. Chsirles Zugar, Mrs. E. J. Haslam, Mrs. M. N. Penom, Mrs. Gene Harlan, Mrs. H. I O. Soyde, Mrs. G. Morris, Mrs. J. • ( <J. tarv's, Mrs. Rollo Sparks. Mrs. I w, C. Corley. Mrs. B. A. Wesner, ; ahd Mrs. J. W. Lee. ! i -—i——•» l ' The Japanese Invented the fold- •liie fan in the seventh century. »"— • i - Bronchial COUGHS '( (KtiuHint from Colds) •ucMey'i Famout "CANADIOL Mixture Aclf Like • Flash • Bpend 45 cents today at any drug t, store tot- a. bottle ot Buckley's CANAD1OI; Mixture. Tnkft acoupln o. Sips, nt bcrttliiip. Fi-nl ItM Instant nowirfiil -effective action spread thrU throat, head and bronchial tube*—starts at once to loosen up ! tWcK, choking phlegm, soothe raw I membranes—make breathing ortslor. •I ' SuSerers Irom those persistent, 'nasty- irritating coughs or bronchial ! Irritations due to colds find Buck- ley's'brings quick and effective relief,' Don't wait—get Buckley's Can- adlbl today, You ect rcllet Inatantly. 1 (Cifetney Dme—Wilson TJriiK. (Ailv.) A1.U.W. Notes' News oi the Arts "News of the nrts wns discussed when the American Association of University Women had its regular meeting in HIP city rlufo room;; TiiPstlay evening. Mrs. N. Dudley Steelc, fine arts chairman, arranged the program. Mrs. Perry Oaut discussed modern American art, paying special attention to John Castigan. Mrs. Quentin Willinms, in- diseiiKslng recent hooks, named and romrn en led on her ten favorites of Iho past year. Current Broadway plays—li-.igedy, comedy, and musical comedy- were described by Mrs. H. Y. Cornelius. Mrs. Cornelius feels that the actors are better than the plays in which they are appearing. Maurice Evans was named as the outstanding Shakespearean actor. Miss Elsie Ruth Graham, a local pianist, presented "Fantasia" by Mozart. Mrs. Steele, after discussing the modern ballet and its emphasis on character dancing, gave two ballet numbers. Dr. Loraine Bruce, president, conducted a short business meeting. Miss Ruby Trusty and Miss Mar- Garet Jones were hostesses for the evening. H. B. Hill says: There are too many takers in the world and not enough givers. Chest Colds VVAPORUB To Relieve Misery Rub on Tested Society &'Clubs IN * * * Class Has Bible Study Meeting Loyal Women's class of the First Christian church was entertained yesterday afternoon in the home of VIrs. J. F. Meers, 519 N. Frost. Mrs. Meers opened-the meeting with a prayer. The lesson for the afternoon was taken from Romans 6 and 7. Refreshments were served to the following members: Mrs. W. E. Speed, Mrs. C. W. Laurence, Mrs. H. R. Kces,' Mrs. J. R. Moore, Mrs. C. R. Followell. Mrs. Verna Shaw, .1 visitor, Mrs. Clara Sclby of Mo- i-jeetie, and the hostess, Mrs. Meers. M<MUUre Women's Missionary Society Meets In Bible Study Groups Wednesday Ladies of the First Baptist church W. M. S. met in circles yesterday afternoon in the homes of members for Bible study. All groups studied the subject, "Man as God Made Him." During the business periods, apportionments were made for Buckner's Orphans home and "love boxes" were packed for shut-ins. The next meeting, next Wednesday at 3 o'clock, will be held at the church. At that time the book, "Of One," by T. B. Maston, will be reviewed Circle one met at the church as the guests of circle two. The Bible study was led by Mrs. T. V. Lane. Circle one had twelve members present and circle two, four. Mrs. Bill Mitchell and Mrs. H. M. Cove were hostesses to circle three, meeting in the church. Mrs. Cove led the opening prayer and Mrs. Del Schief taught the Bible lesson. Mrs. R. W. Tucker talked on "Missions." Nineteen members were present. Circle four met with Mrs. R. L. Edmonson and Mrs. Hugh Griener taught the Bible lesson to the nine members present. Mrs. Bo Barrett entertained circle five ot her home. Mrs. Lee Moore led the opening prayer and Mrs. S. E. Waters presided at the business meeting. Announcement was made of the G. A. meetings every Friday afternoon at the church after school. Reports were given by periodical chairman, Mrs. D. A. by periodical ch-airman, Mrs. R. A. Bible study. Eeleven members were present. The use of lime to\counteract an ac\d condition of the sojl which is unfavorable to plant growth has been known since the earliest days of agriculture. WANT THESE FOOD VALUES Prices Effective Friday, Saturday and Monday. BEANS Cut- Green 3 No. 2 cans CORN Standard No. 2 cans PEAS 3 -^^" VT^ STEAK Round AA Arm, BEEF BOAST AA Chuck Cuts, Ib. . PORK STEAK Leon, Ib . . HAMBURGER Fresh Ground/ Ib. ... HOMINY No. 21* can Pinto Beans 15 -o, can MACKEREL can SABDINES No.! 4A tall can I V Plan Conference Plans for the meeting of the Northern half of the Clarendon district Women's Society for Christian Ser- vl?c to be liolrt nt the First Methodist church here next Wednesday, ff'ern announced at the meetings of the W. S. C. S. circles yesterday afternoon. Circle one met with Mrs. Glenn Radcliff with Mrs. Luther Pierson, chairman. ;onducting the meeting. Mrs. R. W. Lane taught the lesson "Jesus and Man's Sonship." from the third chapter of the.- study book. "The Divine Fatherhood." Eleven members were present. Mrs. Lawrjnce We.--t entertained circle two at her home. Mrs. Knox Kinard was in charge of the lesson. Ten members were present. Mrs. H. H. Boynton wa.« hostess to circle thrca with Mrs. Henry Jordnn ] presiding. Mrs. Larry Snyder gave the devotional and Mrs. Dan Wallace sang "Beautiful Garden of Prayer." Mrs. Frank Shotwell led the Bible study and Mrs. T. S. Ragsdale dismissed the fourteen members present with a prayer. Circle four met with Mrs. J. G. Cargile with Mrs. C. W. Berry assisting her. Mrs. C. E. Ward presided. The Bible study was conducted by Mrs. Tjoyse Caldwell with tfrs. Garland Franks assisting. Nine members were present. fhursddy, February 2T, 194« f»AMf»A NlWS Twelve members of circle six met with Mrs. Chuck Hogan. Mrs. tupert Orr led the opening prayer nd Mrs. J. A. Meek taught the Jible lesson. Circle seven was entertained at he home of Mrs. John O'Brian, nd Mrs. Mary Binford leading the pening prayer. Mrs. A. L. Prigmore aught the lesson. It was decided select hostesses alphabetically in lie future. The circle served re- reshments for the Sunbeam band. ,lrs. J. B. Davis led the closing >rayer. Ten members were pures- nt. JERISlcSALE $1.35 Value for 76c One 75e Hair Tonic and 60c Oil NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS Face Creams, Face Powders, Hand Lotions, Hair Tonics, Shampoos, Tooth Paste, Tooth Powders. Armour's 6 small or 3 tall cans' Crackers 9Qc Spnitae Crispy, 2 lb. fc »» BABO (Qc Lard Armour's or Morrell's [ V ,. • - . • ; 1, 1 or 4-H>. cartons AffjWVKMr frt$J» Country, do?, lulid "" ^VEGETABLES Apples, Cucumbers, Cauliflower, Chinese Cabbage, Cranberries, Acorn Squash, Artichokes, Red Cabbages, Avocados, Bunch Vegetables, Broccoli!, Collards, White Squash, Yellow Squash, Onion Sets, Seed Potatoes, New Potatoes. POTATOES 10-lb. mesh bog 33' CABBAGE Firm Heads, Ib. 3« GBAPETRUrr Marsh Seedless, Ib. 4!' OBANGES Texas Valencies. Ib, SYRUP Staley's Golden Tomalo Juice Standard Soap Powder 92% P M re 24-o«, Pltg Hundreds ot customers say it is ; 1^-: troupe at .»}! ~~ "U W Beverly Stephens elebrates Birthday Beverly Pauline Stephens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stephens, jr., was honored with a birthday party in her home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Stephens served refreshments to the following guests: Mr. and tfrs. Otto Stephenson, Duaine, Ginger, and Norma Jean; Mrs. Lois Thompson, Lynn and Joy; Mrs. Lilly ilae Girmlchael, Bobby and Thum- 5er; Mrs. Wayman Staus, Linda, and Dorothy. Henry Stephens, sr., Beverly Tuck, Marcella and Audrey Lee lergent, Charlotte and Vernon Mangel, Pat. L. and Billy Jack Easter, iarry and Patsy Herring, Ruth and Margaret Freezie, Mina McKee, Smily, Jena, and Jerry Paston, Mrs. B. Stephens of Pomona, Calif., rlenry Stephens, jr., Bobby, Brenda, incl the honoree, Beverly. Viernes Entertained Friday Afternoon Mrs. W. E. Abernathy entertained nembers of Viernes at her home riday afternoon. Mrs. Emmett Forrester conducted the business meet- ng at whi:h time the resignation of Mrs. George Shelton from the club was read and accepted with regrets. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served 1 to the following members: Mrs. Emmett Forrester Mrs.-Charlie Miller, Mrs. Buvdette ECeim, Mrs. Homer Doggett, Mrs. J. O. Dumas, Mrs. Coyle Ford, and the Hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. LeRoy McBricle on March 1st. TO SELECT DELEGATES Three delegates to the Texas Home Demonstration association neeting will be selected at the Gray county council meeting Saturday afternoon at 2:30-o'clock in the office of the county home demonstration agent. The Texas association meeting will be held in Childress, April 26. .» Social Calendar THURSDAY Junior high school P.T.A. mei>ts. Rebekah lodge meets at 7:30 o'clock. Hopkins Ladies Bible Study club meets n community hull. Thursday evening circle of Presbyterian church meets in church at 8 o'clock. Bethany class of First Baptist church meets with Mrs. H. (B. Landrum, 001 W. Foster nt 1 o'clock FRIDAY Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary meets at' 8 o'clock in City club rooms. Rainbow eirls initiation in Masonic hal it 7:80 o'clock. Martha class of First Baptist church meets with Mrs. Rny Holt, 633 S. Russell, at 2:30 o'clock. Junior G. A.'s of the First Baptist church meet in : the church at 7 o'clock. Y.W.A. of the First Baptist church meets with Mrs. Homer Dogsrett, 203 Crest, at 7 o'clock. SATURDAY Gray County Home Demonstration coun cil meets in tigent's office at 2:30 o'clock. MONDAY Pythinn sisters meet in Temple hall at o'clock. Ester club meets with Mrs. H. M. Cone, 414 W. Browning, at 7:30 o'clock. TUESDAY B. and P. W. meets in Palm room at 7:30 o'clock, for covered dish dinner. Royal Neighbors meet in Merten building. Church of the Brethren W.M.S. meets at 2 o'clock. Varietas Study club meets with Mrs Lee Hurrah, 605 N. Frost, at 2:30 o'clock Twentieth Century club meets with Mrs I. B. Hughey; 821 N. West, at 2:46 o'clock. Twentieth Century Forum meets with Mrs. Karl Pierdtt, 1331 N. Russell, at 2:30 o'clock. Twentieth Century Culture club meets with Mrs. Douglass Nelson, 610 N. Gruy at 3 o'clock. Civic Culture, club meets with Mrs. J B. Townsend, 1202 E. Francis, at 2:30 o'clock. £1 Frogresso meets at 2 :30 o'clock. Eastern Star study club, meets. Hopkins Home Demonstration club meets with Mrs. C. H. Brickey. WEDNESDAY First Methodist W.S.C.S. entertains Northern half Clarendon distric tcon- t'ercnce, sessions beginning at 10:30 o'clock. First Baptist W.M.U. meets in the church at 3 o'clock. General Council of First Christian church meets nt church at 2:30 o'clock. No'A' we can all make a good .•up of coffee every time, thanks In the standard coffee measure developed by the National CofTee Association." The new, plastic measure holds just the right amount of coffee for % cup of water—proper proportion for a good brew. Handle of the measure is long enough to dip easily, into vacuum-packed jar of coffee. Available in various colors to match kitchen decorations, the new measure will be distributed by coffee roasters nnd coffee- making equipment manufacturers The blue crab of the east coast sheds its shell five or six times the time it is a month old. The area of the continental United States is 2,026,789 square miles, of Which 53,013 square miles are water. Two Piece INITIATION PLANNED The order of Rainbow for Girl; lias planned an initiation service Tor their meeting Friday evening The girls will meet in the Masonic hall at 7:30 o'clock. Hopkins P.-T.A. Sees Pounder's Day Play A play by the ;;lxth and seventh rades of Hopkins school portrayed the Founder's day theme at the meeting of the Hopkins Parent- Teacher's association Tuesday night. The play was entitled, "Burn Candles, Burn." A. W. Wakefield opm-d the meeting with the invocation and led the grovip in repeating the Ixird's prayer. A nominating committee was elected with MJSS Winnie Taylor as chairman, and, serving with tier, Mrs. Leo O'Borman. and Mrs. eorge Parks. Mrs. Moore Jones and Mrs. Milo Bird made reports from the Tri-county P.-T. A. council meeting. R. B. Johnston, Lefors teacher, was the principal speaker, taking as his topic, "Managing Your Moods." "Our emotions cause most of our ill health," he said, citing for an example the fact that "90 per cent of the accident cases taken to hospitals happen to 14 per cent of the people." Mrs. T. D. Philips, introduced by the recreation chairman. Mrs. T. A. Mastin, gave the humorous read- ing, "Me and Mayme Movies." Refreshments wefe served to people attending the meeting. sixth grade won the tootn It is estimated that 85,000,000 lethal objects planted by the German invaders in Russia have been destroyed. Dr. M. C. Overtoil and Dr. J. W. Howze Announce they have resumed the practice of medicine ahd surgery. Office 303 Combs-Worley Bldg. Day Phone 1030 Nite 680 Dogs can move their jaws only vertically. 666 ^/Cold Preparations^ Liquid, Tablet*, Salve, Nose Drop*. Caution—Use only as directed. '4 NEW TREATMENT CHASES PIN-WORMS Millions have suffered in silence With tha miseries of Pin-Worms-—but need suffer no Innper 1 Today, thanks to a special, medically recognized druR, a highly effective treatment has been madi* possible. This drujr is thp vital ingredient in P-W. the Pin-Worm talilota developed in the laboratories of l)r. D. Jayne & Son. The Email, easy-to-take P-W tablets act in a special way to remove Pin-Worms and relieve that tormenting rectal itch. 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