Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 25, 1946 · Page 3
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Pampa, Texas
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Club J N6W Officers . i5.~(Special) L. Thothpson was elected -of the Veftado Bianco '~fl~v* w ' * corning year at a meet- m« held Thursday evening in her Beritt, . MJ. SI ty. c> whtteside was co, . A&itting Mrs. Thompson trill be Mrs. Thompson will be e Mulirigs, Vice-president; Bhitxa Oearley, secretary - ,'tKWtfret; Mrs. Dalton Ford, report; Mti B. R. Weaks, critic; and w. 0. "Wttteslde, Federation . Altet the business session, Miss Cearley dlcussed some of the more jbtitstattding books published during WOfia War II; and Mrs. Ollye Jor- c'an. read some of the better poems , produced during the last few years. including "Conversation Piece," by .DAWless, and "Troop Train", by Shipifrj. ', jft-esent wbre Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Jor- ,d*ni,' Mrs, Mullings, Mrs;, j. H. daltt, Mrs. E. E. Minter, Miss Mar- gUerlte fclayton, and Miss Claude .Bverly. Social Calendar MONDAY Pythlnn sisters meet in Temple hull nt .8. b'clock. •;. E§tor club meets with Mrs. H. M. Cone, ;. 414 W. Brownlnu, nl 7:30 o'clock. . Am«rl6nn Jjcglun auxiliary meets at hull .. «t 7:46 o'clock. TUESDAY ... B. nnil P. W. meets In Palm room nt 7:30 o'clock, for covered dish dinner. v 'Royal Neighbors meet in Morten bulld- „'Church of the Brethren W.M.S. meets .at -2 o'clock. vi'Varlethi! Study club meets with Mrs. 'Leo Hurrah, 605 N. Frost, nt 2:30 o'clock . Twentieth -Century club meets with Mrs. . .•».;•'C., Kennedy, 1114 Starkweather, at |:45 o'clock. f Twentieth Century Forum meets with Mts.' J Karl Pitfall, 13»1 N. Russell nl 2:30 o'clock. • Ruth Meek 'class, Viral Hnptist church, t.eli. with Mrs. II. It. Liimlrum, fiOl E. Po»lef'Bt 2:30 o'clock. Twentieth Century Culture club meets .with Mrs. E. T;. •Henderson. 41« E. Foster, .it:'8 Ti'ftlock. Civic., Culture club nu-ots with Mrs. J. •p. 'Townsfcnd, 1202 K. Francis, nt 2:30 .'o'clock. . , .-•j-> E|Progreasp meets nt 2:30 o'clock with Mfs.' Edgnr Hcnshnw. ', tBltotcrn.'Stnr. Study club metis nt 7:30 -o'clock; with Mrs. Artie Kcbcr, 217 N. '.'•; ', HpjiklnB, Home Demonstration club infects 'wltli Mrs. C. H. Krickcy. •'. 'CU'fB .Kill clftus of First Methodist church will meet with Mrs. If. A. Wright, : : 9£0- Christine-,ul 7-.RO o'clock. •>'; :'»Y. v' '••:-' WEDNESDAY '.Flrat. Methodist W.S.C.S. entertains , .Northern hiilf Clnrcmlon district con- •tunjiee, sessions brglnnlnif nt 10:30 o'clock. 'F'rst Baptist "VV.M.U. meets in the church at 3'o'clock. TTptmeral Council of First Christian : church .meets tit church nt 2:30 o'clock. : ; THURSDAY • • > >TEcbck«h, lodge circle meeting nt 7:30 ..'.o'qlbelr; lit the. I.O.O.F. hnll. -'.Hopkins Lndies Bible Study club meets , , in Community hall. ^ ^: : FRIDAY . ''• jfjp.tfceNous club meets with Mrs. C. A. •TJ£nor.: 1120 Terrace nvcnnc, at 2 o'clock. ••>'.'. Cnlla;: supper nt McCullough Methodist church. • ;% . .'. . :!.'*'Euitern .Star meets in Masonic hall at r buHd up resistance against MONTHLY FEMALE PAIN .;,:/,' When takm regularly I * tjdl* E, Plnkham's Vegetable Ccm- , pound DOES MORE than relieve i monthly pain when due to func- , tlonal periodic disturbances, it also .• relieve* accompanying weak, tired, 'nervous, Jittery feelings—of such ,, .nm.ture. Taken regularly—Plnkhnm's r; Cpmpound helps build up resistance L ' •gainst suoh monthly distress. Pinkham'* Compound Is worth, try ing I •m GALLON BROS., INC. Foster Phone 1000 PAINTS Ciwfcs IN THE NEWS * * * * * * Eight Representatives Introduced As Delegates to State Meeting Home Demonstration club representatives to the Texas Home Demonstration association meeting in Childress were introduced following the Gray County Home Demonstration councir meeting Saturday afternoon. The ladies and the clubs they will represerU are: Mrs. Vern Savage from the Hopkins club,, introduced by Mrs. R. W. Orr; Mrs. T. B. Langston from the Merten club, introduced by Mrs. V. Smith. Music Program Is Given by Times Club SHAMROCK, Feb. 25.—(Special! —A program on "Music" was given at the meeting of The Times club when the group met in the home of Mrs. Fred Holmes Thursday. Decorations emphasized the Valentine theme with an arrangement of sweet peas in red heart vases on the mantel. In the dining room the table was laid with a Valentine cloth. The centerpiece was a crystal basket of red and white carnations, placed on a rectangular reflector. Mrs. Temple Atkins presided at the silver coffee service, assisted by Mrs. Forrest Kline and Mrs. Bob George. Mrs. P. T. Boston was leader of the program, which opened with "Music George Washington Knew," by Mrs. Charles Palmer. "Music Harry Truman Loves." was given by Mrs. T. H. Sonnenburg who played selections on the piano for both parts on the program. Guests present were Mrs. Temple Atkins, Mrs. Bob George, Mrs. 1 Forest Kline, -and Miss Stone of Wolfe City, Texas. Members attending were: Mmes. Town Brown, T. H. Sonnenburg, P. T. Boston, Ode Cain, J. A. Ebellng, C. T. Palmer, Tom Clay, M. A. Leith, C. L. Reavis, and Jack Montgomery. • Grade Reports By GKACIE ALLEN Gracious, I'm elad to find that Vice-Adm. Alan G. Kirk, cur new ambassador to Belgium, believes as much in the power of the press as I do. It seems that Admiral Kirk couldn't find any stiff shirts and an ambassador without a stiff shirt is as usual as President Trumar without a crisis. But Admiral Kirk believes thai now his trouble has gotten into the newspapers uir»cie he may get hundreds' of shirts from sympathetic readers, although he modestly admits he would settle for a dozen. Goodness, both George and I can testify to the generosity of newspaper readers. I've gotten nylons and George received some shorts made out of several big salt bags that tided him over the gi'eat short Shortage of '45. So, chin up, Admiral Kirk! !,. Ij Brazil is the only South American country which declared war on Germany in World Wur I. Relief At Last For Your Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are. to have-your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis MANN'S GENUINE MALTED MILK BREAD r - "SLICE FOR SLICE- DELICIOUS." HjjH,.T* <•?<«] MANN'S BREAD becou.c it's made pure •he would herself. MANN'S BREAD because it's full bodied »r«fer MANN'S IREAD becgwie it even I'lBreqdlsg Real Mrs. T. B. Taylor from Wayside club, introduced by Mrs. J. W. Condo; Mrs. E. Arrington from Bell club, Introduced by Mrs. Roland Daiter; Mrs. O. G. Smith from the Worthwhile club, introduced by Mrs. O. A. Wagner; Mrs. T. G. Wall from Victory club, introduced by Mrs. W. M. Brannon; Mrs. T. G. Cobb from the Coltexo club, introduced by Mrs. B. Eaker; Mrs. Bill Mullins from the Save Your Time club, introduced by Mrs. Bill Perrin. The Association meeting will be held .April 26 in Childress. The Gray county association elected Mrs. O. G. Smith, Mrs. T. J. Watt and Mrs. Vern Savage to be the three voting delegates to the Childress meeting. The other five ladies will attend as representatives of their clubs. At the county council meeting Saturday, Joe Fischer, chairman of the Gray county Red Cross drive, gave a short discussion on the Home Demonstration clubs' part in the drive and passed out material for rural solicitors. The Gray county council will assist .at the 4-H club achievement day, to be held March 10, and will present medals to the girls. The recreation chairman. Mrs. V. Smith, reported that 415 persons had been entertained during the month of February by the Gray county Home Demonstration clubs. The budget allowance for 1946 was presented and described by Mrs. W. M. Brannon, finance chairman. She asked clubs to consider the possibility of making a cookbook for sale to raise funds. Other committee chairmen made their reports, before the group adjourned to make way for the association meeting for the Childress delegates. Coltexo Club Has Quilting Party Mrs. Arthur Hammer was hostess to the Coltex.o Home Demonstration club Friday for an all-day quilting. The quilt is being made of three different pattern leed sacks and will be on display at the county fair. Miss Millicent Schaub, county home demonstration agent, demonstrated yard and garden improvement during the afternoon. Those attending were: Mrs. I. F. Peterson, Mrs. B. D. Baker, Mrs. I. R. Spence, Mrs. A. T. Cobb, Mrs. Belle McNabb, Mrs. J. White, and the hostess Mrs. Hammer. V F • w Aiiitttarv v * r • IT * jriuAiiiai y Host for District Si*ty-five representatives -from the si* auxiliaries of Veterans of Foreign Wars posts in the Ninth district registered at the district meeting here Sunday. During the morning five Pampa women were initiated. The new members of the local auxiliary are Mrs, Nina Spoonmore, Mrs. Ray Longley, Mrs. T. G. Qroves, Mrs. Q. D. Donohoe, and Mrs. John Brandon. The six auxiliaries, including two Amarillo posts, Borger, Dalbart. Dumas and Pampa, made their quarterly reports. Mrs. Roy Chisum. president of the-Ninth district was presented a compact. Following the morning Hireling (he V. P. W. nnd auxiliary croups met, together for a luncheon in the r-.ilm room. The .speakers' table was decorated with candies and a centerpiece bouquet of red 'buddy' poppies. Commander Mike Roche of the Pampa post was toastmaster. Mrs. Chisum gave the welcoming address and Mrs. Zula Bruce of Amarillo gave the response. Miss Helen Marie Hagerty played a piano solo and Mrs. Catherine Vincent Stecle gave a reading. The principle address of the afternoon delivered by Senior Vice Commander for the department of Texas, Roger Q. Evans from Denison. He was introduced by District Commander C. H. Bruce of Amarillo. Commander Evans' topic was the "Responsibility of the Veteran ns an American Citizen in the Preservation of Peace." M'e emphasized the fact that the veterans must be alert to the dangers of fascism wherever they may appear. The conquered fascist states are not the only spots in the world where fascism may reappear, he said. The speaker described what he thought the veterans attitude towards the government should be. -«. McCullough Methodist W.S.C.S. Has Meeting The Women's Society of Christian Service of the McCullough Methodist church met last Wednesday at lhe homu of Mrs. Carl Drckman. Mrs. O. G. Smith, president, urged as many members as possible to plan to attend the district WSCS meeting at the First Methodist church next Wednesday. Mrs. Kit Autry taught the lesson from the Bible study book, "The Divine Fatherhood." Refreshments' were served to: Mrs. W. M. Brannon, Mrs. Kit Autry, Mrs. Ben Ward, Mrs. John McFall, Mrs. O. G. Smith, Mrs. R. N. Rlioten, Mrs. Ei-nest Dowell, Mrs. Hollis, Mrs. W. C. Culwell, and the hostess. Handsome Is as Handsome Does Moiidoy, February 28,1 $4« PAMPA NEWS KPDN 1340 MI Your Dial MONDAY 4:01—-Tunes by r''qu^flt. ,:»0—Thp Pobllnher Speaki. 4 :K —VoiCf oT thp Army. .' :00—Heir's Howo. B:!.1—Dlue Hhvthm Boyp. T, :3n—Cnptain Midnight—MBS. r,:ir, -Tom Mix. C :nn—Fiiltun L-wis. Jr.—MBS. «:ir.—MiVhnfl'in's Orch. —MBS. f, : .W—Frnnk Sinuisoi—MHS. C:1" - Tr^kln of Siiortd—MBS. 7.00—Ail'-rn. of liulldoif Drummond— MHS. 7:30—Ot'A Proprnm. 7 : .|.-,_. I.^.t W P Kiu-K-t. F : r>0—r.ahriH H".itt»T-- MRS. 8-ir,—Hnnl Storiffl from K-al Life.—MBS t> ::«i_ Pi H.. I.'. l:.-, - MP.R. MUM. Ml:.-. ; M,-, I. Mli t'iM M l!.- ; . Ci, h. Mil:!. If the Shoe Fiis You Wear It, Now Do you still try to squeeze feet into shoes thnt are too or too short because you thirik little feet more "aristocratic?' If sn. it is merely a social hangover, a complex which harks back through the a EPS to the time when lea, her shoes were thp bange of rnnk and wealth, nnd people wore all kinds of distorting and extravagant footwear merely to show they wr>r<' Intlic.s nnd pentlrmen who didn't have to work for n living. The Ch;:u'.sf liKlirs. for r Birthday Dinner Given at Shamrock SHAMROCK, Feb. 25.—(Special) —Miss Joy Williams was honored by her mother, Mrs. Milt Williams, with a birthday dinner last Monday. The table was centered with a birthday cuke, topped with pink •and white candles. A game of "Hearts" provided entertainment following the dinner, with high score prize being awarded to Donald Briggs, -and low to Barbara Scott. Those present included: Belly Jean Hill, Joel Sanders, Janql G'ap- e.rton, Morgan Eoff, Media Mac Sec, Donald Briggs, Doris Bell, T. J. Sloss, Barbara Scott, Don Powell, J. Roy Henry, the honor guest and her parents: ,Use Facial Tonic To Thin Pancake Any girl who ponaers the use of pancake makeup knows that it takes a mite of skill to avoid a caked or streaked effect. The suave smoothless of color we seek may be achieved with the help of a few simple tricks. For instance, instead of dipping the applicator in water, try using facial tonic instead. The facial lotion acts as a beter blending agent, and the film will spread more evenly. Some women are apt to thin the makeup loo much, and this causes it to sM'cak. That caked look comes from nol thinning it enough. It- may take a bit of doing to get it just right, but the results arc worth Hie effort-. In the Bible we have not merely a historical document and a classic of English literature, but the word of God. That word must not be hidden in ancient phrases which have changed or lost their meaning; it must stand forth in language that is direct and clear and meaningful to the people of today.—Dean Luther A. Weigle of Yale Divinity School, Bible modernize!-. KEEP FIT DIET fat "/eon" foods, Save used lal and turn it in for 4( a EXERCISE Ten M/nulei a Day Jokes Bulges Away Exercise Series No. 7 To Strengthen Abdomen Mosdes \, ll« flat «n your bock on floor. Arms . 01 sides. Inhqlt. Raise both legi SlpWtY to upright position. $>op a moment E«hol« }, Inhijl*, tower bplh legs bqcl(wai<J Toda G\\1N_BAUN\yELL: South's "Maid of Cotton" is a doer. Beauty v's Is Also Brainy By ALICIA HART NEA Staff Writer You .need more than one string to youv bo\v in order to Compete. \vit.)i tin.' beauties who totiay are also doers. 1 It isn't at all surprisiny: any more to find girl.s lovely enough to capture "crowns 1 ' who can boast n. lew eyebrow-raising accomplishments besides. An outstanding' example Is thif- year's "Maid of Cotton"—thn Mississippi-born Gwin Barmvcll. She w.ill soon begin the hind of whirlwind tour of the south and micl- v.'est—climnxed in May at the Memphis Cotlon Carnival—which every Eirl clrcam.s of making. She was named to represent Kins' Cotton to the nation by representatives ol the National Cotton Council, the Cotton Exchanges in Now York. New Orleans and Memphis and the Cotton Carnival Association. SCIENTIFIC CAREER AHEAD Besides being pretty nncl wellborn, which helped Gwin cop this honor, she is a doer. ShR designs and makes many of her own crisp cotton dresses. As a hobby, she started modeling in :lay with such success that her friends are insisting Former Pampan Is lamed DirecScr Cities Cervice H. R. Straight, president nf Cities Service Oil Co.. announced todp.y the election of R. L. Kiclcl nnd Frank M. Perry ,o <V >P toard r!' directors of Cities Service Oil Co. (Del.i Perry is manager of tho Natural pasoline and chemical division of Cities Service Oil Co. and a TUBSDA? ON JtHDH (5:30... Y:iwn Putrr.l. 7 :M(i - (>|>r.n HiKI, . 7 :-'10 -lohnny 11. t •'.«. 7:ir, i'iuno '.M.....K f :(iu— F'>n7irr Hunt— MHS. v :|:, S'i;i<l\ \':iM-v |-''.ll < Ml:. ; . 8:20--.Shii<ly V;illfy F'.lks -MIIH 8 : :ii|— Shady Valley— MBS. -.•--, - Mnm-nt« •<! Mr|.,.!y. !i : nn. tin*-" f)vi r I.arh'iy - MI:: : . (i; 15 — Fnith in fl'.ir Tou'n — !i::ill Ti<- Tork Ti-ii" MI!:-. n :•!.-, --Fun With Mnsii— MBS. lli:l-n.-C,.,.i| lirnvn- Ml:f : . !n : l.-,- li-riio'.. S'. ..-!-•,.- !•!I l'i:::n- .Tiikf It Ka-y 'J'lni,- l'i : |.-,. Vi,-|.,r Fi. I,ii,.!:iln- MI!:j. j 1 I : li(i. I, •.•:,. V,-,r: Ni'V.--, Mil. 1 '. j '1 :15— Mortem Downey. — MU3. < 11 :fl» ,1. I,. Sv.-in.II. . i 1 1 :.l.V. l-',,:-i Mend B.-i'.il MI:S. i '^iC'i — I'lirwlfy P.rr>i.'rHm i 12:1'. anil Alinnr. i 1J:::'. l.iinrliM.n With l.o|,.v. M1;H. • ia :!•,--.?<. hi, .1. Anthony— M US. I 1 : MII— (.Vdric Fostr'r ^MliS. 1 1 :l'.--Smili Tit'H- MI1S. I 1:30 — Quct-n for T'nlay. — MBS ! 'J :0'.' Trp,. T'onff-ssioti- .M ':IM:I!. ! :?:K. -Pnlm-r Tli.usf Ilivh Mils J::'." Hvmrml.-!- -MHS. :-':•!.'.- S'Hiifi in :< Murl-in MnninT. 8:110— Krskin Johnson— MBS. 8:lB-T)ie .Inhnsinn Fnrnily.— MBS :i:.'tO— Muiual's M..| Hour— MBS. •I :'10— Tunes By lleiiUi.K'. Ho Tonight • - C;iv:ilrafl.' nl !'..•> rli, «• :' >• Jiinn fliivif : i (iuilil I'luyiM-y - I Anntlier .''illy style was t.he Gothic ";i|. ; ,r| :-|,pr of Die Middle Ages. i-}\-, ;i'ir! |/-in|)fin.s were attached -i tti«- |,"-;i!-. vvlii'h snme.iines hart O I if iiflrl iu poTjiion by a, thin 'ham fdiiiieeiccl v.ith the wearer's 'kiiff. 'rii":,i- Klines symbolized rank, I (lie ini'ii iifiiii. 1 Mini (he longer the 1 !i(ir; ;i 111:111 v.oi'c. Mu: more obvious jit viis\l he '.vas n ' \vlio didn't, linve to perform physical jlHbor! These absurdi.ies reached an all-time hich nt the French court of Louis XtV, where laees, feathers. jev,'c-ls and diamond - studded heels denoted royp.l usefulness. The Freneh revolution took care (if nil th'it. It was no longer fash- iciv.ilile to if-ok regally useless. In f;n t ii \vns •> uocd way to get your hen;! (:it. off. 1 eather shoes began to ri'tirf i lie times nnd to become more ..i:i;r,l" rind pnictical. Gradually the production of slides became more and more pjfir.ient. until finally we have the shcn of today made with leather soles nnd uppors, priced within the reach of everyone, and retniiiinu the traditional qualities of lea 1 her-..((led shoes—style, corn- tort and durability. Today in America, fashion recog- nives >h:it the best style of shoe and. leather sole is that which conforms test to the purpose and occasion i lor which it is worn. In her ward- I lobe, the well-dressed woman has ' a!) kinds of leather shoes for all I kinds o-t occasions, and she selects jthe pair best suited for the particular p' A HC time employee of this and other affiliated companies. Ho \va;; first em- ploved by a Cities Service company • j,,| innv in 191D, .shortly alter (-raduatins i f.-M from Mississip))! State collegi-. He | H"i>e was plant manager of General At- o 111 :i rn. Ht>ll\v;i)i M BC Networks Firrtii hi.-inV- Fir- :i ::w 'p.m. IV. i-U- n >.|i tin «' ; - Criiy I. "i '-- '.'-K* I i::yl ini Mn-.i in M,.|m|y : FibbiM- McCi-i- . . . ri'.s )•; I p.m. Sriiiii,] How women and girls may get wanted relief from functional periodic pain the managership of Cities Service Oil Co.'s natural gasoline ancl chemical division. Both of the new directors maintain their homes in Bartle.sville. Kidd. who is manager oi the company's land ancl geological division, ,5s a 20-year man with Cities Service, havinEj first affiliated with \hc company in July of 1925. During the she exhibit her work. Back from her j intervening years, he served as res- Tea Towels * > $09 By MRS. ANNE CABOT Much amusement will be derived from the embroidered "romance" of these two gay little kittens when you have transferred the figures onto pretty tea towels. The six-inch kittens are to be embroidered in gay colors in outline and 'darning stitch. Make a set ns a gift to use at the next shower party you attend. To obtain 6 transfer patterns, color chart for embroidering the Kitten Romance Towels (Pattern No. 5095) send 15 cents, in COIN plus 1 cent postage, YPUB NAME, ADPRESS and the PATTERN NUMBER to Anno Ca,bot, Pampa Pally Nws, 1J50 Ave. Americas, New York 19, N. y. Qifts fw s|«JW p.rH^ ohwch bazars T- iwiwis ajyi wsfteps 4or spring wea.r, hats baby tour, Gwin will resume her studies in bacteriology and chemistry, because the goal rihsad of this modern beauty is a career in industrial mi- cology. All of these points are made to prove thnt prcr.tiness is only one facet which today's charmers arc flashing. They are cited, too, as a warning that good looks won't be enough now that the beauties are pulling so many accomplishments out of their hats. Make the most of vour looks, to bo sure. A.lso make the must of tin- skills of your hands. But of all, i;ivr full rriii to your head— even i!' it leads you into tho fascinating wovlil of s'k'iicc as Gwin, thn. industrui been h'cl by hrr.s. Veterans Push Milk Drinking Record Up Returning veterans drinking milk in record quantities have helped raise U. S. consumption to all-time high levels, according to the Milk Industry foundation. Never in the history of the country has there been such a tremendous flow of milk from American farms to so many people. With milk pi-eduction on farms around four billion quarts a year higher than before the war, the supply cannot keep up with the demand. "Milk is our mode widely used food," the foundation says, "and ihe largest single source of cash farm income. Cash from milk is larger than cattle or hogs, over twice cot- tcn, wheat or eggs and four times tobacco. Farm income from milk fov 1945 is expected to exceed three billion dollars when final figures are compiled. "Milk and its products comprise more than 25 per cent of the foods estimated to be consumed annually by the average American. Consumers use more than 50 million quarts of fresh milk ancl cream a day," the foundation says in its annual statistical review of the industry. "New methods of distribution efficiency developed during the war' are popular and surveys show that tho e'very-other-day distribution plan and other economies save consumers 1 cent or more per quart. The government's farm feed subsidy makes possible an additional saving to consumers around 1 1/2 cents a quart." idcnt geologist, at Oil Hill. Kans., geologist for Cities Service Gas Co., chief geoghysicist for Cities Gas Co., Oil Co., assistant chief geologist, chcif geologist of the Bartlesville division and manager of the land and geological division. Services Today for Mrs. Annie E. Neiil Funeral services were to be conducted at ^:;<0 today at the Presbyterian church in McLean for Mrs. Annie Elizabeth Neill, 34, who died at her home in Bon'.er yesterday. She was born in >Sjintv.;ctuk'. Ark., Nov. :!'J, 1SG1. She moved to 1'arkcr county. Texas, m lo^.'l and to McLean in 1807, where .she resided until movili!. 1 ; to Holder six yc-ui';; at.'.o. Her husband died in 1 !>»'.). Surviving are four daughter;;: Mrs. Bob James, White J.iecr; Mrs. Lcona Dorsey, Muleshoe;'Mvs. W. F. Shannon, Plainview, and Mrs. Susie West. Borger; three sons, N. L., Whitt, Texas; J. J. Dumas and H. B., Lefors; onebro.her. Dudley Phillips, who lives in Canada; 30 prand- children and 51 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. S. R. Jones, pastor of the McLean Presbyterian church. Burial will be beside her husband in the McLean cemetery under the direction of the Duenkcl-Carmichael Funeral home of Pampa. Read Classified Ads in Hie News JEFF D. BEARDEN Representing THE FRANKLIN LIFI INSURANCE CO. Phone 47 Pampa, Texas GALL . MIIS :i:> p. 1,1. Air. A Good Cry Will Wash Away Woes By ALICIA HART NEA Staff Writer Cry, if you feel like it. and if there is no one around who is going to pace the floor and wring his hands. There is nothing' that makes a girl's emotions feel so clean and crisp as a good bath of tears. The law of polarities being what it is, the sadder your tears, the merrier your laugh will be after you shed them. When you shed tears, you shed that awful feeling of being sorry for yourself, which is indeed good riddance. A good cry will float a chip off a shoulder, heal the wound of an emotional injury, release tensions, ancl allay the pain of grief. More- practically speaking, tears arc nature's eyewash which clean up sparklers and make them look their brightest alter redness around the rims Mid'sidcs. About 'lau.UUU imle.'j ol the nation'. 1 ; highway system arc paved. ALL YOU DEMAND in aspirin quality, purity a'ntl stn-nplli, yuugelin St. Jowph Aspirin. Nonofiiinr nt any price. 12 tablet a lUr. You savo even more on tho 1UU tablet eize for 35c. Cardui, man/ wo.-nen say, has brought re« llel from tho cramp-like BBony and nervuiM i •train of functional periodic distress. Taken like a toiilc. It should stimulate appetite, aid dlucstion,* thus help build resl«t- tuco lor tho "time" to come. Started 3 days before "your time", It should help relieve pain due to purely functional periodic causes. Try Itl 1\ CARDUI, the chest and back tubeswith its soothing surfaces like a nice, medicinal vapors. warming poultice. Warming, soothing relief—grand relief—comes when you rub good old Vicks VapoRub on the throat, che^t and back at bedtime. Its penetrating-stimulating action keeps on working for hours. Invites restful sleep. And often by morning most misery of the cold is pone. No wonderjnostjnothers use VapoRub. Try ~ ~ ~ it tonight— home-proved :r most muuiers use MICKS V VAPORUB AVOID LIFE O! : MISERY DUE TO LACK CF M2ALTHY E1LE Sufferers Rejoice as Rercaikable Recipe Brings First Real Result). Ruched Here New relief for EailblatMcx* sufferers tacking healthy bile is seen today in announcement of a wonderful preparation w'.iL-h acts with remarkable effect on liver and bile. Sufferers with nKonisinc colic sttacks, stomach and gallbladder misery due to Jack of healthy bile now tell of remarkable rqsulta after wfltiR this medicine which has tho amazing pmvcr to stimulate sluggish liver and increase flow o£ healthy bile. GALLUSIN is a very expensive medicine, but considering results, the $3.00 it cunts is only a few pennies per dose. GALLUSIN is sold with full money back guarantee by Ben-)'* I'huriuacy. Mail Orders Filled TODAY thru WED. easy way to UNCORK STUFFY NOSTRILS When nostrils ara clogged, and your nose feels raw, membranes swollen, reach for cooling, soothing Mcutliolatutii. Spread it inside nostrils • • • uiul snuff well back. Instantly it starts to 1) , out thick tnucua; 2} Saotho irritated BS; ?) Help reduce swelling; 4) Stimu- Wood supply to "sick" *rii. Every .O^trils, g?J <jffectjyc l^eotliQl^ty.!^ today« TODAY AND TUESDAY • Plus « "A HIT WITH A MISS" "SPOUTS GO TO WAR" DORINDAaiFTOII lona Timfoll-Clorio Hoyde.i • tm«st Coucrt * ccmihttiA ticuiu TIMIS TODAY SCRAPPIUY MARRIED

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