Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1946 · Page 3
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 3

Pampa, Texas
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Friday, February 22, 1946
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_ *'Stf *X "•** "• ^r*-f*c: ' ' " <W*H osen #„ ft^new iBCcfttflty, Mrs. Wayne At>- ejwjfti *ft9 elected at the recent of the S:hftffer club, when -JetWedg* entertained the iji tt| hef hbnie, assisted by Mrs. .it* .McAllister. Mrs. Anderson mtepiftte Mrs. J. C. Karlin, who >IB inlying away. O*<%- Bfeii ;Wesner, vice president, .tp&iae'd Iri the absence of the pre- jsfdftijt, Mrs. Curtlss Huckaby. iiJflWffeshtfteiits ' were served to: ;Mife,/:Doul«! Karlin, Mrs. Oene Kar- 31n,<Mrs. ftoy Carr, Mrs. Wayne An- ^Bfergijif, Mrs. fi/iy Beck, Mrs. Ena jfitfeJiHeris, Mrs. .Toe Gordon, Mrs. E. i;Af:;M68eley. Mrs. L. Ij. Cowart, Mrs. •Bpti ly|fe)er, Mrs. Clarence Lesher, a. I/. B. Barker. ._. Edd Harmon, Mrs. Henry 3 —B, Mf's. Violet Durham. Mrs. Russell, Veal. Mrs. Vanice McAllis- wr»' Mrs. Hosteller and Mrs. Joe Wedge. ? .'.$M next meeting will be at the Howetof Mrs. Jess Gllsson with Mrs. ilop Gordon as co-hostess. H. D. Club Discusses Spraying :'.• SHAMROCK, Feb. 22 (Special)— Spring and pruning fruit trees was thp subject under discussion at the Briscoe home demonstration club meeting, Tuesday, when they met in the hoine.of Mrs. Ernest Zybach. •;tl6U call Was answered by "naming an t Insect or disease you would -ilke" to learn about." , A ten-minute demonstration on making cherry sauce to serve with baked'ham was given by Mrs. Clarence Zybach. ^"Refreshments were served to two visitors, "Mrs. Arnold Sonntag, and JOS BUI Rltey, and to the following ijiembers:. Mmes, Lucille Tipps, Al- iVSda tevltt, A. C. Despaln, Clarence :Zy)>ach, Elbert Zybach, Miss Tam- Jsfey..Rlley and the hostess. fit \.a__ii—*. |-H Sorrento, Italy, was a holiday re- jn' Roman times. * FLOWERS • For Every Occasion PARKER'S ' BLOSSOM SHOP 4M N. Cnyler Phone 21 Dr. M. C. Overion and Dr.J. W.Howze Announce they have resumed the 'practice of medicine and surgery.; * : Office 303 %, Combs-Worley Bldg. .Qqy'Nione 1030 Nite 680 Society and IN THE NEWS Clubs 4 * * * * * Rebekahs Initiate Four Members At Thursday Evening Meeting Four new members were initiated at the Thursday evening meeting of the Rebekah lodge. The four new Rebekahs are: Mrs. V. G. Worth, Mrs. Leo Braswell, Mrs. J. M. Rose and Mrs. Dorothy Lolly. Plans for entertaining the Rebekah circle, Borger, Skellytown, Panhandle and Amarillo, at the next Thursday meeting were completed during the business session, at which Mrs .E. C. Rupp, noble grand, presided. The Skellytown degree team will je present at the circle meeting to put on the lodge work. Two guests were present at the meeting last might, Miss Helen Geb hard from Liberal, Kans., and Mrs. Lillye Stafford of Skellytown. Shamrock W.S.C.S. Circles Study Bible SHAMROCK, Feb. 22 (Special)— The W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist church met in circles Monday afternoon, with the Northside circle, meeting In the home of Mrs. William F. Holmes. Mrs. Chester Tlndall presided over the business session and Mrs. D. J. Bulls gave the devotional. The lesson, given by Mrs. Hubert Bratctor, ort the subject, "Jesus and Man's Resistance," was followed by a general discussion. Mrs. Brat:her led the closing prayer. Refreshments were served to these members: Mmes. R. T. Hill, Clifford Hofmann, Lyle Holmes, Margie Fleener, John B. Harvey, J. H. Caperton, Pedro Dial, T. E. Burkhalter, Richard Harvey, H. T. Fields, D. J. Bulls, T. C. Milam, L. E. Clay, Hubert Bratcher and Chester Tin- dan. The Southside circle was entertained in the home of Mrs. Huey Cook. Mrs. J. T. Weems presided over the business meeting and led in prayer. Mrs. J. M. Tlndall gave the devotional, using as her subje:t, "The Bible As a Foundation for Living." Mrs. J. B. Christner taUght the lesson from the fourth chapter of "The Eivme Fatherhood." Those present included: Mmes. J. M. Tindall, sr. ( if Little Rock, Ark., J. M. Tindall, jr.. Jack Montgomery, O. B. Harvey, Karl Hunter, Tom Clay, J. B. Zeigler, J. B. Christner, J .T. Weems, Wm. Kyle and O. T. Glasscock. TWITTY CLl]B MEETS SHAMROCK, Feb. 22 (Special)— A cherry sauce to serve with baked ham, was the demonstration given for the Twitty ic-me demonstration cliib, when the group met at the home of Mrs. Hester Dodson, Friday afternoon. Two new members joined the club. The following members were pro- Refreshments were served to forty members present. Social Calendar Las Ci csas Man Slumber Patty A slumber party is to be given tonight for members of Las Cresfts sorority at the home of Miss Donna Holden. 9 miles south of Pampa. Final plans for the party were made at the regular meeting last Sunday afternoon, when Miss Juanita Carpenter entertained the group at her home. The annual barn dance is being planned, with March 1 set as a tentative date for the event. At the dance, in the Palm room, the "Scarecrow" will be presented. The "Scare crow," whose name is being kept secret until the dance, is the sorority's sweetheart, selected several weeks ago. It was decided at the Sunday meeting to order black club coveralls with the cluu emblem, a white and gold shield, on the back. The Sunday meeting will be held at the home of Miss Jackie Newell. Family Album Fashions Shown Veterans of FRIDAY Foreign Wnrs Auxiliary meets at 8 o'clock in City club rooms. Rninbow ffirls inilintion in Mnsonic hall :it 7 :SO u'elnck. Mnrthn clnss nf First Bnptist churrh meets with Mrs. Rny Holt, !>33 S. U\is- sell, nt 2:30 o'clock. Junior O. A.'s of the First Buptisl church meet in the church nt 7 o'clock. Y.W.A. of .the First Baptist churrh meet* wilh Mrs. Homer DoEBClt. 203 Crest, sit 7 o'clock. SATURDAY Orny County Home Demonstration council meets in HR-ent'fl office tit 2:30 o'clock. MONDAY Pylhlnn ni.«ter.i meet in Temple hull nt 8 o'clock. Kster cluh meeU with Mrs. H. M. Cune, '414 W. Browninn, nt 7:30 nYlock. TUESDAY B. nn<l P. W. meets in Pnlm room nt 7:30 o'clock, for coventii ilish dinner. Itoynl Neighbors meet in Merlon building. Church of the Brethren W.M.S. meets at 2 o'clock. Vnrletns Study club meets with Mrs. Lee Hurrah, BOB N. Krofit, nt 2:30 o'clock. Twentieth Century club meets with Mrs. I. B. Hughey,'321 N. West, nt 2:45 o'clock. Twentieth Centui*y Forum meets wilh Mrs. Knrl 1'ierntt, .1.1.11 N. Itusscll, nt 2:30 o'clock. Twentieth Century Culture club meets with Mrs. Douelnss Nelson, 515 N. Grny, nt 3 o'clock. Civic meets with Mrs. J. B. Townscml, 1202 E. Francis, nt 2:30 o'clock. s Kl Progresso meets nt 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 hnlf Clarendon district conference, sessions beginning at 10:30 o'clock. First Baptist W.M.U. meets in the church nt 3 o'clock. General Council of First Christian church meets at church at 2:30 o'clock. THURSDAY Rebeknh lodge circle meeting at 7:30 o'clock in the I.O.O.F. hall. Hopkins Ladies Bible Study club meets in Community hall. Sunday School Class Has Social Meeting SHAMROCK, Feb. 22 (Special*— The King's Daughters class of the First Methodist Sunday school, met ior a business meeting and social hour at the home of Mrs. Ernest Beftgs Tu3sday atfernoon. Mrs. D. J. Bulls was co-hostess. Mrs. H. T. Fields presided, and Mrs. J. B. Zeig'.er gave the devotional, using "Faith" as her subject. The class gave a kitchen shower ior Mrs. H. V. Vermillion, sr. Refreshments, emphasizing the Valentine .season, were served to: Mmes. Hubert Bratcher, H. M. Green, Ed R. Wallace, L. E. Clay, O. B. Harvey, Herbert Vermillion, Dan Briggs, H. E. Forgy, G. H. Burkhalter, F. A. F. Page,. C. G. Cantrell. A. P. Bumpers, A. R. Htigg. Margie Fleener, G. H. Aldous, Hester Holmes, Shipley, Win, Kyle, O. T. Glassco:k, John B. Harvey, H. T. Fields, J. B. Zeigler and the hostesses. PAMPA NtWS .r.rta W.M.S. Circles Meet Monday Fidelis Class Has Valentine Meeting I SHAMROCK, FPb. 22 SHAMROCK. Feb. 22 'SpecialV—, The Pidelis elass of the First The W. M. S. 3f the First Baptist j t j st church was entertained With" churrh met Monday afternoon, witn; Valentine par ty at the home Of the Many More circle meeting in the home of Mrs. Henry Holmes. Mrs. Ben Boyce Tuesday evening, On the committee for arrange* 01. Mrs. R. A. Nichols, sr.. presided. | ments were: M'mes. R. L. Wyatt t 3. pnd Mrs. Lou Duncan led in pray- i T ISRP.CS. John Porter, M. E. D»vis, and the hostess. Each ,ju?st was presented with a Valentine favor. Mrs. Duwarcl Price, who recently resigned as president of. the class, to accept a place as general seere» The leison was given by Mrs. Hr- len Lea Cox, on the subject. "Mighty Prevailing Pray.,-)'." by A. Sims. .Mrs. Henry H ilmes led the rlos- inp prayer. Refreshments were served to the! tarv of th e Pirst Baptist Sunday following member?-. Mmes. Lou school^ vias presented with a gift Duncan. Edtl Huttor.. Helen Lea from the !' 4 Printed * Powder-Puff Muslin Accidents kill more persons from two to 28 years of age than any single disease. sent: Minos. Charlie Wood, George Braxton, Harvey Hoitk, Otis Wegner, Worley Purgerson and the hostess. Theia Rho Girls Sei Rummage Sale Dale ,A rummage sale to be held Saturday, March 30, was planned at the Tuesday evening meeting of the Theta Rho Girls. The proceeds of the sale will be used to pay expenses for a trip to the state rally which is being held in Waco, March 16 in connection with the Texas I. O. O. P. Grand lodge and Rebekah assembly. Miss Melba Tipton was initiated at the Tuesday meeting. Refreshments were served to the sixteen members and guests present. OKLAHOMA COUPLE WEDg SHAMROCK, Peb. 22 iBpeciaD— Announcement was made this wee); of the marriage of Mrs. Ada Wheatley and Mr. P. A. Ogden, both of Oklahoma City, on February 13. The vows were read at the local Church of Chirst, with the pastor, Minister Murrey Wilson, officiating. H • •u h 'T i V" Only 7.95 ft- if. . *<\. 8§ the chirp of tte fl 1 ^ robin of spring are BprigthWy prh>t/s . . . dainty Blue, Aqua «0g»ge prints on whi$e grounds . . . bits of lace to fuss'them «p, too! Siises 9 to j§. NEW LONG DISTANCE CIRCUITS .,. comi/tq up/ Most Jong distance calls—about 7 out of eyery 10—are going right through. Some are delayed because we are short of circuits. There aren't enough to handle the enormous number of calls now crowding the lines, ' wire, new cable, new equipment of »U kinds is now becoming available to us. As fast as we can install it, more and more calls will go through while you hold the line. But if now and then your call is delayed, you'll know the reason why. Thanks far your patience "*"" Phone 837 Cox. Fred Holm.'<=. and Mrs. Forrest i P^-f "1, f " e ; M ™ f ~ *'•„,?'• Kline and son, David. j '^ 1 ^ IdsT ^ url °° lson ' ^ w «d Ptice, The Rex Ray circle met in the ^ D - Ma " ow ; ^^ £ eaty 'J^tT home of Mrs/John Porter. Mrs. MOOT- Charles Daughtry, Robert Charles Green presided. The devo-j Mathis. Ce:il ?errln. Jirn Orrick, tional was «ivcn by Mrs. Charles R -, L - Wyatt. J T Isaa:s, Guy Val- Daughtrv, who rend a passage from I ^' tine ' C ! e " G ^ M \ TJohr » ******, Ps-ilms 'f j rjenn McMurtry. Carl Isaacs. M. E. 'Mrs."E. K. Be-hto! gave I he les-! ^"vis. D. W. Hawthorne and George son from "Ships Will Sail Again." •- Uull °y- by Nelson, and the meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Charles ENTERTAIN AT DINNER Daughtry. Refreshments were served to Mmes. Charles Green, Charles! wilh a dinner Sunday, honoring her Daughtry. E. K. Bechtol. George i out-of-town guests. Beaty, J. T. Isaacs, and Ben Boyce ' Guests in the Winchester home The Blanche Groves circle met v .. erc: Mr . an d Mis. R. C. Winches- SHAMROCK. Feb. 32 (Special)— Mrs. J. A. Winchester entertained Grandma's Stole Is Back in Slyle Now Ry EPSIE KINARD NEA Staff Writer NEW YORK. — The slolc which gives grandma her fashionable airs in the family-album picture bows to a modern encore this spring and threatens the supremacy of the coat and the. jacket. Almost as enveloping as coats are the stoles which come down to here in front and swing from the back like any jaunty cape. Lovely in the new honey and champagne shades of beige fleece, they can take on one-by-one a daytime dress or suit of any color or description. Sprightliest theme, however, is the stole-suit, which gives you a stole, for a change, in lieu of a jacket. Sponsored by top-flight designer Adele Simpson—she borrows her idea for the stole from the Mexican re- boza—her new "jacket" is waist- length in the back and has two scarf-free ends in front which are belted down over a blouse. Shown are two examples. At right, a print crepe of black wavy lines on a white background makes •a stole-suit which is ensembled with a black crepe blouse. The suit, left, is made of beige-colored wool and has vertical bandings of navy blue woolen blouse or contrast. CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY SHAMROCK, Peb. 22 (Special)—. Mrs. Earl Salzman entertained with a party Sunday afternoon for her son Ronnie on his third birthday. Gifts were sent by Jaakie and Janie Ward of Tulsa, Okla. The youthful guests included: Mickey and Buddy O'Gorman, Judy Ann and Linda Joyce Perrin, Louanna and Glenda Jean Beach, Karen and Gary Veazey, Peggy Mallow, Reba Matthews >f Sayre, Okla., and James Edward Derr. Mothers present; were: Mrs. Orland Matthews of Sayre, Okla., Mrs. Cecil Perrin and Mrs. Jack Veazey. Accessory Set By SUE BURNETT As clever as can be is this jaunty accessory set—and you can make it from just one yard of material! Scalloped hat that's easily adjusted, ample drawstring bag and nicely- fitting gloves. You'll want several of these outfits to glamoribe your spring suit. Pattern No. 8998 js designed for sizes small, medium and large. One yard of material required. for this pattern, send 20 cents, In COINS, your name, address, stee ds* sired, and the PATTERN to Sue Burnett, Pampa News, U50 New Y«!s W. N. cents for your copy Rebekahs Hear Book Review at Party SHAMROCK, Fob. 22 (Special)— Mrs. Clint Collinsworth was guest speaker at a meeting sponsored by the Rebekah lodge at the I. O. O. P. hall Tuesday evening. Mrs. Euell Hardy and Mrs. Cecil Rook, hostesses, used a Valentine motif in decorations, using cut flowers. Refreshments were served from a lace covered ;nble, tht hostesses presiding at the punch bowl. Mrs. Collinsworth reviewed Emily Kirnbroiigh's book, "How Dear To My Heart." About. 40 attended the meeting. StJosepn with Mrs. R. W. Shields, who also presided. Mrs. Jimmy Orrick gave the devotional and Mi's. Dean McMurtry led the prayer. The lesson was given in the form of a Bible quiz by Mrs. Lee Newman. with members of the group taking part. The dismissal prayer was led by Mrs. Lu:y Darling. A refreshment plate was served to Mmes. Dean McMurtry, Jim Orrick, Lee Newman, Lucy Darling. Bill Wilson, Norman Patrick, W. W. Perrin and Cecil Thompson. ter of Mangum, OWa.. Mrs. Hattie King of Fresno, Calif., and M r s. Oiphie Neathey and small son, Or« phie III. of Mangum. R. C. Winchester is a brother of J. A., and Mrs. King is his aunt. See the Pampa-Music Store for your amplifiers, microphones and pick-ups. Pom pa Music Store 214 N. Cuyler Phone 689 The guinea pig, not from Guinea, and not a pig, is a South American cavy. distantly related to a rabbit. LUSTRWAX LARGEST SEIUH AT I0« lo relieve stuffiness, invH* Sleep ifnose tills up Tonfqht It's wonderful how a little Va-tro-nol up each nostril relieves stuffy transient congestion. If you need relict tonight, try it I Follow directions in package. YICKS VA-TRO-NOL AL 3 PIECE LUGGAGE SET SPECIAL Now Is the Time io Select Your Luggage ior Summer Travels. Use Our Lay-Away Plan Until Needed. You'll find smart traveling accessories in Zale's new luggage department. All makes in lightweight, sturdily constructed bags, attractively matched sets for men and women. Handsome leather dressing kits to / please the most fastidious traveler. Each is a real Zale value in quality, style and price. Won't you visit us and see our large display of fine luggage today? ALL 3 PIECES Choose your going-oway luggage at Zale's. Smart overnight cose. 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