Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 24, 1946 · Page 10
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 10

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, February 24, 1946
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two wffl have ttf, iff, General Council First Christian afternoon, when \ fiieet together. The Begirt at 2:30 o'clock. Pampa Musicians fn Borger Musical Two F'dmpa musicians -were guests at ihe Borger Music club's Wa'sh- ington musical last fevening. Miss Evelyn Thoma and Mrs. H. A. Yoder joined Mrs. R. G. Gongh of Borger in a program of music arranged for two violins and piano. The program is an annual affair, and included two groups of violin duets and several violin solos by Misr; Thoma. Mrs. R. W. Lane wffl be fn of the program 6ft "Health" at thfr Tuesday afternoon meeting of the Varictets Study cltfb when they meet with Mrs. Lee Harrah at 605 N. Frost-at. 2:30 O'clock. Mrs. R. E. McKernan, chairman of the public health committee for the seventh district Federated Women's clubs, will be the guest speaker, taking for her topic, "New Medicines." Salve, Nose Drops, -list only as directed. Read Classified Ads Iti the News 1 Diamonds were first added to wedding rings by the Venetians. leeler Home You'll find lie Scotty JaM and medallion on every genuine ROTHMOOR See these and other stunning Rothmoor creations in our ready-to-wear department. - Ida Isabella Class Plans Chili Supper Members of the Ida Isabella class of the McCullough Melhpdist church were entertained at a George Washington party Friday afternoon at the church. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. R. N. Rhoten and .Mrs. Ben .Ward. Mrs. Ward conducted a short busi- .rtess session at which time plans were made for a chile supper to be heid Friday evening, Mfcrch 1, in the church. Sandwiches, cherry pie and coffee were served ; io: Mrs. A. McClendon, Mrs. John McFall, Mrs. Kit Autry, Mrs. Floyd Arthur, Mrs. R. H. Woodfill, Mrs. Ray Jordan, Mrs. Eiarl Parks, Mrs. C. L Cross, Mrs. E. L. Herrod, Mrs. W. M. Brannon and Mrs. A. N. Rogers. There are about 100 species of birds on the .Hawaiian islands. DR. L. J. ZACHRY OPTOMETRIST First National Bank Bldg. For Appointment Phone 269 O.tlAJtVltCC-'OXfcJ IjL^VCMtf 1 V"fW 1 yikJ|4Ws*Cb*/~~ |Mrs. Emmft May* Hastings of Lub bock assumed her duties as Wheeler county hoffie dtefflonstration agent last Saturday. Sne_.,fills ja .vacancy created by the resignation of Mrs. Glara B.'Long early in January. Mrs. Hastings', home is in Lub- bock.and she Was Homemaklng instructor in the, high school there prior fo accepting the position' in this county. She holds a ,B. S. degree from Texas Tech, Lubbock, and an M. S. degree from Colbrado A. & M.; Fort Collins, Colo. This is her first position as home demonstration agent. Mrs. Hastings has a 14 T year-old daughter, Martha', who is in school at Lubbock. Her mother, Mrs. Allie Minor also resides in that, city at present. They plan to move to .Wheeler to make their home at the conclusion of the current. school term. There is not an assistant home demonstration agent employed in Wheeler county at the present time, Miss Amy Sue .Beckett haying .resigned that position a few weeks ago to accept the home demonstration agent post in Childress county. The air conditioning plant for the capital, senate and house office buildings in Washington has a daily refrigerating • capacity equivalent to the melting of a block of ice 50 feet by 50 feet. CONCERNING NYLONS... ^ ^V,"--' ''•., v i ££(», $«.' <• v£. , • *£ * . ' ""I • We .still have on hand a very large number of unfilled orders, received from regular customers of some duration during the Feb. 1323 period. With the remaining hose on hand, we will during the next few days fill what we can of .those orders—we arc sorry that there is no possibility of our being able to 'fill'all of them. The sla ( te will then be wiped clean. AH remaining unfilled orders will be considered cancelled. At this time we do not know what our future method of hosiery distribution .will be. .This will largely depend upon .the size of receipts— and at present it is impossible to foretell with any intelligence what these will be. In any case it is unlikely that we will receive any further shipments for another month or six weeks. • During the current selling we have received an estimated 6,000 requests for hosiery. Included were many .requests for hose to be sent elsewhere—to several States, and as far away as the West Coast. Naturally we could not supply this volume of hosiery, and for obvious reasons we could not include the foreign requests in our distribution. On .the whole however, we feel that we did make as wide distribution, and as. fair to both ourselves and our established customers, as was possible to achieve. Our . thanks and appreciation to everyone for the interest and cooperation displayed.' Fashion's Purse Favorite for Mflde of GABARELLE ... a beautiful Forstman jjiaterial. Created with Lewis' inimitable mastery { ol< .design arid detail . . . these exquisite purses - tyl^g a delightful new note to your Spring cos- -'iHnies. In Brown and Black. As Sketched $1500 Plus Tax Gabarelle Bags by David Lewis Murfee's Pampa's Quality Department Circles 6f the tJehtral Lo^u^^ women's Missionary Onion met in the homes t>f members Wednesday afternoon ttir Bible and mission study programs. Maf£ Marthd circle met in the home of ivtrs. H. B. Patterson with 'seven members and one visitor, Mrs. E. B. Sheriff, present. Mrs. O. H. Oifstrap gave the opening .prayer. The lesson, fouf chapters' from the mission book, "Along the 'Highway of Prayer," was taught by Mrs. L. A. Satterwhite, Mrs. L. O. Roenfeldt, Mrs. E. D. Williams, and Mrs. Patterson. • Anna Sallee circle was entertained in the home of Mrs. H. G. Lawrence with five members present. The meeting opened with prayer by Mrs. O. w. Grace. The group studied a Bible lesson from "A Year's 'Missionary Tour of the Bible." Mrs.- E. R. Gower dismissed the group. Lydia circle met with Htfro Clifford Ryan, at which time' eight members were present. Mrs. S. L. Anderson led ^he prayer and taught a Bible lesson from the missionary book. Mrs. F. W. Broyles presided, and Mi's. Frances Deering led the closing prayer. .Blanche Groves circle was entertained at the home of Mrs. Ben Stephensoii, who gave the opening prayer. Mrs. G. C. Stark presided, and Mrs. R. Q. Harvey taught -the missionary lesson from "The Win* ning Witness." Two new members were welcomed, Mi's. Paul Johnson and Mrs. Ann uuthrie. Mrs. Ada NeCase was hostess to the Lillie Hunley circle for a mission lesson from "Living Abundantly." The lesson was taught by Mrs. L. G. Lunsford. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. R. F. McCalip Mrs. W. .B. M-rrison presided vT^-^f^f , r ™* -* ^- Mttrfti in Bmto T *• fcS/ 6 ! .^"l"«W ) ' ! a Xi. -fT I * ^f^> js^f^-fi ;• -M , &£ « *- Convention Program (Continued Prom Page 0) I?"?"** 1 ? ch .4irman', has announced that Mrs. Florence j. scott, state president, will speak at 10 a m March 3, and that her message will be of special interest Lo club worn- Mrs. Hanry Cusick, 2027 Ong Amurillo, W in be in charge of luncheon and dinner reservations, and all who wish to attend are requested to contact her at an early date Mrs. J. E. Griggs of Ama.rlllo, general chairman, lias announced that the Herring hotel will serve as headquarters, and that 150 reservations of delegates will be accepted. Due to crowded conditions, Amarillo homes will not be opened to women attending the convention. -Yearbooks will be exhibited by Mrs. Mark Henry of Crowell, chairman, and all clubs are reminded that their books should be sent to Mrs. Henry immediately. One of the features-of the convention will be the art .exhibit to be shown in the federated club rooms under the direction of Mrs. J P Lewis of Phillips, chairman. All .women of the district have been invited to attend all sessions of the convention, Mrs. Harrali, president, emphasized. +Miami Red Cross Plans for Drive MIAMI, -Feb. 23 (Special)—Mrs. Van Webb, Eed ; Cross fund chairman of Roberts county, has announced the drive will start within a few days and that Roberts county quota is $940. The following ladies are volunteer workers for the drive: Mines. Feliz Stalls, W. F. -Locke, Woods King, J. B. Waterfield, J. S. Fiiqua, W. D. Allen, Jack McLaren Dan Graham, Dale Low, Woody Pond, D W. Stribling, W. L. Lard, Leo Paris and Miss Joyce -Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Grantham * -X Pastor's Home Is Scene oi For Former Pampa Young People At a wedding ceremony performed in Breckenridge Sunday morning, Feb. 10, Miss Laura Ruth McDaris became the Bride of Lloyd E. Grantham. The bride is the daughter of. Mr. ond Mrs. C. L. McDaris, 514 N. Albany street, Breckenridge, and formerly lived in Pampa. Mr. Grantham is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Grantham of Pampa. The matriage was solemnized in the'home of Rev.,and Mcs. H. B. Johnson in Ranger, with the Reverend Mr. Johnson reading the single ring ceremony. Dr. George Snell Deptist Office over 1st National Bank Phone 1489 for appointment' The bride chose a powder blue wool crene suit with black accessories With it she wore a corsage of white carnations. Her only attendant, Miss Yvonne Noble, of Breckenridge, wore a pastel blue suit with black accessories and a carnation corsage. The bridegroom's brother, Kenneth Grantham, a student at Southern Methodist university, was best man, A reception was held after the Service, in the home of (he bride's parents. Mrs. Grantham is ,a graduate of Pampa high school and was employed bv the Pampa News for two years before going to'Breckenridge, where she has worked for the Breckenridge American. Mr. Grantham also attended Pampa schools and hus recently returned from 28 months overseas service. -He holds the Asiatic Pacific ribbon, Brona star, Philippines liberation ribbon, Distinguished Unit badge, three battle stars. Good Conduct medal, Bronze Arrowhead and Victory medal. Mr. arid Mrs. Grantham will -make their home in Breckenridge where he is employed by the Baker Oil company. TEA. PLANNED .A te,a is being planned Tuesday afternoon for members. of the Ruth Meek class of the First .Baptist*church. The tea is to be held at the home of Mrs. H. B. .Landruni, 601 E. .Foster, beginning- at 2:30 o'clock. All members and . members in the service and prospective members of the class are invited. Bride-Elect Is Honored at Shower Bride-elect Blanche McMillen .was honored at a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening at the hoihe of Mrs. Gladys Acklam, Four, .jtables of Hearts were played during' the evening. A pink and White' motif was carried out in the decorations. The guest list included: Mrs. Guy Crawford, Mrs. Burl Graham', Mrs. Roy McMillen, Mrs. Ray Gib'soh, Mrs. Johnie Zuerker, Mrs. John : K. Taylor, Mrs. Jim Chervenka:, Mrs. H. J. Picket, Mrs. CharJes'Maderla, Mrs. Doris Pinson, Mr~s. .Dixie Acklam, Mrs. < Elizabeth Carpenter,-'Miss Clara Brown and Miss Josephine Thomas. ; .: . t: -^.\ Gifts were sent by Mrs Erwin Thompson, Mrs. 'G. C.' Stark/' W)d Mrs. C. W.'Stowell. : '••'••.- ! -"K < — '• — : ««. •"•"—i_i_ •'••,-. In reading, our eyes poncenfajate on the tops of the printed words. Wooden boards as covers- were first abandoned in favpr of paper by the craftsrmn .who bound books of the printer Aldus of Venice in the 16tli century. The number of satisfied pus- tomers on our prescription files is an indication of accuracy. You can have complete 'Confidence in us—come in or call* at— WILSON DRUG 300 S. Cuyler phope $00 Spring Eye Catchers ^u Everything for "Little Women" Pampa's Quality Department Store , cr Tlaose "Wlj^e ,Womcn" in aren't like)y to Jet you spring is hwe. No sir, $h.?y toss up and take part to » V < parade too. And you Look at these suits ana MISS ; in .brightly, em- broiderfd coat made froin ty wool, ' PARTY PMNS in "Soap 'fi' N| ,tfp" shantung ,a spun rayon cloth- not. Oon^e seiectipn. use 0w

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