Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 12, 1947 · Page 4
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. — ---- , — Tffts fef Being the Courteous City fct UTtt MIL1.ETT KEA Staff Writer ORLEANS hi:, announced tnftt It is Out to win (lie title of ''Most courteous city in America." Ana If, Its citizens mako a try for It, the honor ought to fall right in their Iftps. Mrs. Shower Honoree MIAMI—especial) — Mrs. Jack Slwin. Pampa, a recent bride, wa? honored with a lovely miscellaneous shower Friday evening at 8 o'clock in th;> nome of Mrs. Clarence Williamson. Go-hosterses were Mes- iiames Howard Mulkey, Woody I'oncl. Dan Graham, Henry Hoffer, W. D. Allen, W. L. Lard, R. E. Thompson. J. D. I'aris, R. R. Ratliff, \V. H. Carr, Ed Schmidt. Joe Tol- Thev haven't much competition. I Ircrt, Roy Davis, Matt Day, R. B. Discourtesy seem.'; to be the order "" " .-___.. of the day in big towns and small. This is especially apparent to the cross-country traveler who thinks a little courtesy ought to bo included In his bill-paying. But too often when he pays for his food and lodging, lie doesn't, tyeh get a smile or "thank you." Mathers, and H. H. Karelin; and Misses Adoliz Craig. Pauline Russell, and Bonnie Lee Kitchen. The guests were prected by Mrs. K. H. Harriin and Mrs. J. D. Paris presided over the guest register. A pink and green cclor scheme was carried out. Punch r.nd cake were served from Even filling station attendants who j the table \vith n center piece of used to kill their customers with | pardon flowers, candles and crystal. courtesy aren't bothering much to , speed the tired traveler on his way. Too often rest rooms are dirt;.-, and the motorist who has his tank filled has to ask to havp his windshield wiped. MAKE IT TOUGH If the citizens of New Orleans can get other towns and cities interested in trying to outshine them in everyday courtesy, perhaps the sloppy, Indifferent service that swept the nation during the war years will be on its way out of the picture. Here's a good race for every town and city in the country ;i> enter. Why not make the cniiipr- tition tough for New Orleans? Miss Craig and Miss Russell presided. Mrs. Dan Graham presented the large array of ;;i[ts, about 40 were present and a lame number sent gifts. Mrs. Sloan was. before her recent marriage, Miss Betty Jean Paris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Paris and was reared in Miami. McDaniel-Overall Troth Announced Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McDaniel 423 Crest Street, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dorothy, to Bill Ovcra!!. son of. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Overall, Magnolia Merten Lease. The wedding has been planned for Sunday, June 22. in (lie Francis Avenue Church of Christ with J. P. Crenshaw, minister, officiating at the double-ring ceremony. Mrs. Charles Green Entertains Class SHAMROCK—(Special)— The T. E. L. Class of Hip First Baptist Church was entertained in the home of Mrs. Chalk's Green Thursday evening. Games of "42" provided entertainment throughout the evening and sit refreshment time- angel food ctike and brick ice cream was served. Attending were Mmcs. A. A. Byrd, J. E. Rocves. Mill Williams, H. A. Iltrris, J. F. Shortt. Ode Cain, Bryan Koff, J. P. Hall, B. L. -Harrel, A. N. Holmes. E. L. Isaacs, Willie B. Talc. Winnie Whitehurst. Mmc.s. George Porch, Bill Wilson, Guy Hill, P. T. Boston, J. H. Burre) 1, B. L. Boianri, Charles Caden- iH'iul, Helen Lea Cox, Myrtle Marchbanks, Leo Newman, R. A. Nichols, Sr., L. E. Oldliam, and Ellinor Howell. PAGE 4 Pampa News, Thuwday, June 12, 194? Theta Rho Girls Leave Friday Night For State Assembly in Mineral Wells Mrs. E. N. Franklin, advisory officer of the local Theta Rho Girls Club and secretary to the Theta Rho State Board of Control, said today that the local degree team and other members of the club will lea,ve by chartered bus at 6:30 Friday evening for Mineral Wells to attend the Theta Rho State Assembly. The Crazy Hotel will be headquarters for the sessions which will get under way Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, and adjourn Sunday at 4 p.m. Paula Faye Franklin, daughter of VIr. and Mrs. E. N. Franklin, is the :lub's official delegate, while the legree team includes Jerry King, nside guardian; Bernice Priest, out- iide guardian; Reba Killian, left upporter to the president; Norma Killian. right supporter to the pre- ident; Betty Cramb. warden; Jean •Jollis. conductor. Dolores Cramb, left supporter to he vice president; Melba Tipton, ight supporter to the vice presi- "ent; Julia Dawes. left herald to he past president; Nannie Jo Mc- iarthy. right herald to the ^chap- ain; Thelma Snyder, right herald o the past president; Jane Cham- >ers, left herald to the chaplain. Roberta Nicholson, chaplain; Ruth <!arie Castka, vice president; Betty Walls, president; Lorita Marsell. ast president; and Betty Kiff, can- idate. E. N. Franklin is team cap- ain. and Paula Faye Franklin is narshal. Newly elected officers of the club re Betty Walls, president; Jean Hollis, vice president; ramb, president. and Betty SURE YOU CAN Relax just as soon as we run ;,down to the Helpy Self Laundry. Steam heated and • soft water. THEY'RE SO EASY TO RUN. WE HAVE A MAN ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES TO HELP YOU IN ANY WAY WE CAN. Try Once and You'll Try Again. HELPY-SEtf LAUNDRY US N. HOB ART END OF W. FOSTER Planning to accompany the girls o Mineral Wells are Mesdames ohn KUlian, Barny Brumett, Jim "ing and Robert Hollis, members f the board, and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin. At the regular meeting held Tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall Betty Kiff was Initiated as a new member of the club. Following the meeting the degree team practiced for the competitive degree work at the state assembly which has been scheduled for Saturday night. The final practice session will be held at 6 o'clock tonight in Odd Fellow Hall. Vacation Bible School MIAMI—(Special)—A daily Vacation Bible School for children from 4 to 15 years of age is under way at the Methodist Church m cooperation with the First Christian Church. Unusual interest is noticed by both teachers and pupils. There are 79 registered so far, with an increase each day. The theme of the course is the "General Work of the Church." The two-hour period is divided into handicraft, devotional, worship, work, study, and recreation. An exhibit of the work will be given at 7:30 Sunday evening in Fellowship Hall with a short program following at the evening service at 8. A picnic will be given Friday afternoor, at 5 o'clock at Five Mile Park, which will close the school. The Social Calendar THURSDAY C;00 Theta Jtho Girls will hold last practice In Odd Fellow Hall for competitive degree wor kat state assemb- '" G-.OO First Baptist Church Girls Ensemble will meet at church. 7:30 All church visitation nlg-ht nt Central Baptist Church. S.-OO Rebekahs will meet '" IOOF Hall. FRIDAY 2:00 Skelly-Klngsmlll Chili. 2:00 Wayside HD Chili. 2:30 Vlernes Club. ;;:00 Police Auxiliary. oi.iii Theta Hlio Olrls will lenvfi for state assembly In Mineral Welln. 7:.'iO VF\V Auxiliary In City Chit) Rooms. ":3« Singing at White Deer Church of Christ. SATURDAY The marriage of Miss Earlyne Kinfr and Ullis L. Thompson will be Kolem- nlzcfl Saturday, June 14, in the home nf Jlr.s. Will Prater in Cleburne. SUNDAY 10;00 AVeddlliR of Miss Doris .Teanc Jlowell to JJobert 13. ArldiriKton In Jlowell home, 809 K. FranclH. Reception will follow. TUESDAY (1:30 SUallnR parly at rink for members of the Kit Kat Kl»ib, Inn Seven- Kleven .Club, and their dates. Plan Flag Tournament For Next Ladies' Day Members of the Pampa Ladies Golf Association held their regular meeting at the Country Club Tuesday morning at 9:30. Plans were made for the next meeting on Wednesday, June 18, at which time a Flag Tournament will be played. Hostesses for next week's luncheon will be Mesdames Carl Leudders and Mark Heath. A "Four-Club Surprise"' was played following the business meeting with Mesdames Mickey Prigmore, Mark Heath, Jack Merchant, and George Cash each winning a ball. Luncheon was served by Mesdames Walter Fade and C. F. McGinnis. Others .attending were Mesdames B. T. Adkins, Charles H. Ashby, Frank Baker, R. M. Bellamy, Charles Duenkel, Ernie Hardin, Ralph M. Juillard, H. D. Keys, Earl Scheig, and Clyde M. Whittle. Read The Pampa News Want Ads ANNOUNCING THE APPOINTMENT OF J. C. Daniels Motor Co. 219WESTTYNGST. PAMPA, TEXAS ^ t A ^ t AS NEW SALES AND SERVICE HEADQUARTERS FOR LINCOLN and MERCURY Motor "Cars IH8 1947 UNCOlN Here is your community's newest home of Lincoln and Mercury motor cars. You are cordially invited to see the latest models of these two great new cars now on display. Be sure to inspect the complete service facilities now at your disposal, Modern service equipment —skilled mechanics trained in factory service methods—full stocks of Lincoln and Mercury replacement parts available for every service need. Visit your newest Lincoln and Mercury Dealer soon. You will be most welcome. DIVISION OF FORD MOTOR COMPANY Mrs, Nteali Jaifss T.E1. Class Mrs. Noah Jones 'to&s hostess for the T. E L. Class tit the Central Baptist Church recently when they met for a buffet luncheon and business meeting. Mrs. O. H. Gilstrap conducted the business meeting and Mrs. H. A. Overall led the devotional. Evangelist E. B. Joseph made a short talk, and Mrs. S. L. Anderson led the closing prayer. Love gifts were given to Rev. Glen Roenfeldt to be' used on his trip to Ridgecrest. N. C.. and also to a hospital in Africa for infants of parents with leprosy. Evangelist Joseph was also given a love gift to be used in his radio ro- grams. ' Members present were Mesdames John Browning. O. C. Stark. Pearl Er-;in, May Monroe, H. A. Overall. H. B. Knapp. S. L. Anderson, A. E. Pruitt, O. H. Gilstrap. H. C. Chandler. J. B. Hiltmn. Emma Dunwoody. and guests. Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Joseph. Mrs. Kate Hunter, Mrs. Malone and the hostess. Roberl E. Addinglon On Sunday, June 15 Miss Doris Jeane Howell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil A Howell, &09 B. Francis, will become the bride of Robert E. Addington, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Addington, 1114 Mary Ellen, on Sunday, June 14. The wedding will take place in the bride-elect's home at 10 o'clock Sunday morning with the Rev. E. Douglas Carver, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiating at the double-ring ceremony. A reception will be held in the | home following the ceremony for ' the wedding party, relatives, arid close friends. Five Music Pupils Receive' Ratings of 'Highly Superior' McLEAN—(Special)—Mrs. Willie Boyett has received the information that five. of her pupils received "highly superior" ratings at the Panhandle Music Festival at Amarillo. They were Mollic Erwin, three solos, a grade of 98; Floella Cubine. three solos. 98; Billy James Rainwater, two solos. 98; Norma Chapman, two solos. 98; and LaWanda Shadid. three solos. 99. LaWanda was the only contestant with a grade of 09. Eight pupils received "excellent" rating as follows: Betty Dickinson Officers Installed By Mobeetie OES MOBBETTE, t Special) Members of the local chapter, Order of Eastern Star, held their regular meeting Tuesday evening. Following the business meeting the new officers were installed in impressive cere- onies. , Those installed were Jean Lewis, Worthy matron; Jess Patterson, worthy patron; Orville Greenhouse, associate matron;. Aubrey Greenhouse, associate patron; Claudia Martin, conductress; Gazelle Patterson, associate conductress; Elsie Scribner, secretary. Mary Hazel Van Zandt, treasurer; Lillian Lee, chaplain; Betra Fanner, marshal; Cora Hyatt, organist; Bessie Gnlmour, wardner; Bob Gal- mour, sentinel; Annie Ruth Leer, Adah; Ida Fanner, Ruth; Helen Russ, Esther; Viola Pennington, Martha; and May me Patterson, Electra. Skstf&g Party fl«mft3 Far SMai, Ml Clubs Miss Hilda Burden was hostess to the Kit Kat Klr.ta Tuesday evening when they made plans for a skating party to be held next Tuesday, July 17, from 6:30 to 8:30 at the Broadhurst Skating Rink. Guests for the party will be mem- bero of the Seven-Eleven and their dates. Miss Margie Roth, a former Kit Kat, now of New York, was a guest of the meeting as well as Beverly Candler and Joyce Pratt who have been attending TSCW for the last year. Group pictures, a swimming party, and a slumber party *ere also discussed. Cokes and cookies were served to Anne Moseley, Joan Sawyer, Gloria Jay, Pat O'Rourke, Naneen Campbell, Arvilla Patterson, Betty Wilson, Gloria Ward, Joan Appleby, Jean Pratt, Beverly Baker, Eaunell Johnson, Laura Nell Berry, Barbara Stephens, Helen Kiser, Virginia McNaughton, the feuests, ami the hostess. two solos, 94 and 96; Sue Glass, two solos, 95; Dickie Sligar, two solos. 97; Donna Gail Stubblefield, three solos. 95; June Stubblefield, two solos, 95; Patsy Tindall. two solos. 96; Billy Eugene Rogers, three solos, 96 and 97; Barbara Nell Williams, four solos. 97. In the theory test, Norma Chapman, LaWanda Shadld, Barbara Nell Williams. Patsy Tindall. and Billy James Rainwater were rated "highly superior" with a grade of 98. The others made grades of 91 ;o 95. Canadians own 6!i percent of the business capital invested in their country; Britons 12 percent, aud Amerdcfins the remainder. Head The Pampa News Want Ads Read The Pampa News Want Ada *i «»" ** TOpid'Bf Is WMS in SHAMROCK — -. Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church met " afc 'tHe church Monday afternoon for" the monthly business session and Royal Service program. Mrs,. B. P. Kerch presided and the meeting opened with a prayer led by Mrs. £dw. C. Derr. The group discussed giving a donation for the Baptist parsonage at Higgins. The program on "American Negroes," was led by Mrs, Left Newman. The devotional was given by Mrs Newman from the 96th Psalm. Mr& Dean McMurtry sang a Negro spiritual, "Standing in the Need of Prayer." "Meet the American Negro," was Mis. Edw. C. Derr's subject, and '•M ; ?sionary Work Among the Ne^, groes," was discussed by Mrs. D. L. Vinyard. ___ ~Mrs. Norman Patrick led In prayer, after which "The Negro Baptist," was given by Mrs. .Myrtl* Marchbnnks. "Looking afc the Negro Stars," was given by Mrs. Lee Newman, after which Ui2 program was closed With prayer. Those attending were Mmes. B. P. Kersh, Edw. C. Derr, A. L. Vinyard, Bill Wilson, R. W. Shields, Dean McMurtry, Myrtle' March- benks, Prank Exum, Lee Newman, and Norman Partk-k, _ ^__^ Read The Pampa News Want AAt n ASPIRINI^U* NO FASTER ASPIRIN TO RELIEVE HEADACHES PIGCLY WICCLY F/t*£ FOODS FOR twe Flout Light Crust 25 Ib. Bag ••IMBHHMBBMV U.59 Shortening Jewel COFFEE Del Monte Ib. Orange CLEANSER Light House, 2 cans Juice Jack Sprat 46 oz. Can SALAD DRESSING 3$ Mirocle Whip, pint jar ..... ww TOMATO JUICE 25 C UuMfr'e Afi-mr rrt\tn ^^^^ Hunt's, 46-oz. ecu PEACHES Hunt's, large can . SAUSAGE Vienna, can 15' TOMATOES No. 2 can . NAPKINS Large Paper, pkg. 2» WAXED PAPER 125 ft.-roll CHERRIES 3Qc Dark Sweet, No. 2!/2 can ... ww TOMATO JUICE No. 2 can 3RIOES OF CHOICE CUTS HAMBURGER Fresh, Ib ROAST Pork Shoulder, Ib HORSERADISH Two 6-oz. bottles SHORT RIBS of Beef, Ib. Pineapple.'.:SPUDS New Red No. L Ib. Green Beans T 10 c Ciicnmbers OLEO Bluebonnet, Ib. ICE TEA GLASSES each 3' Where Prices Are Always Right 318 N. Cuyler MIXED VEGETABLES

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