[Whly Social Meld * *rs. Gales 7 Home „ Fidelis Class of the Central ijst Church held its monthly -,-J in the home of Mrs. Gene ates, 420 Lefors. Thursday- even- tto, Mrs. Lois Skidmorc opened the. gjmtng with a prayer, and Mrs. V. W, White gave the devotional. During the short business meeting Mrs, Dorothy Keel was elected a gtfbup captain, and Mrs. Thelma Bfciley, class reporter. Mrs. Vivian Ward directed several games diir- ifig the evening. Refreshments of ice cream and cookies were served to one visitor, Mrs. Francis Crow, and the following members: Mocdames Dorothy Moore, Vivian Ward. Florence Casteel, Dorothy Keel, V. W. White J Nettie Woodall, Winnie Flowers. L"o (?row, Elizabeth Flynt. Cora Corgill, Lois Skiclmore and Thelma Bailey. Mrs. Imogene Messer, M. C. Dorman Wed Mrs. Imogene Messer and M. C. Dorman were quietly married at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. June 11, at the First Baptist Church with Rev. IS, Douglas Carver officiating at the single-ring service. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jameson. Dumas, attended the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Dorman will make their home at G19 S. Ballard. Pampa News, Sunday, June IS, 194? Liberty Club Holds Business Meeting PANHANDLE—(Special* — Due to the absence of Miss Charlotte Tompkins. who was attending a locker clinic at White Deer, the regular demonstration scheduled for the meeting of the Liberty Community Club was not held when the club met in the home of Mrs Ruel Robinson on Tuesday. Mrs. W. H. Lusk presided at the meeting in which plans were made to have a post-nuptial shower, at the home of Mrs. Lusk -on Tuesday, for the former Ruth Robinson, who became the bride of Stanley Curyea on Thursday. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in discussing plans for remodeling the clubhouse and also a means of better protection as the house had been broken into during the past week and several items stolen. Refreshments were served to Mesdames T. G. Fields, Hubert Lemons and George Curyea, guests,and members Mesdames iMaria J. Metcalf. Leo Detten, H. R. Pugh. Lusk. L. C. Robinson. M. L. Vance, J. V. Randall, Frank Metcalf, Clyde Bennett, Bennie Bentley and Paul Obrccht: and Miits Martha Metcalf. One part of mustard gas in 14.000,000 parts of air is sufficient, lo make any person a gas casualty Ircm eye infljinnt.ion within a few hours. Play, Lady, Play . . . Play all you want, now tSint you have found out about our Hclpy-Self Laundry. It's fun to use our New Washers! If you haven't uirtl <nn- friendly service you're wally missing ;i treat. \ man on duty (t> hp|j> you in every way. • SOFT AVATEK AND STEAM HEATED • HELPY-SELF LATODRY 115 N. HOBART END OF W. FOSTER »4A« ii **»* i 'l^<"*'*~4/w*>»«^^^ • Something New Added TODDLERS' SHOES BABY'S FIRST SHOES SHOULD BE CHOSEN WITH CARE . . . TRIMFOOT SANDALS White, Brown and Red . . . Sizes 4 to 6 SADDLE OXFORDS White and Brown . , . Sizes 3 to 6 Mrs. Day's White Oxfords Hard soles, perforated toes . . Sizes 3 to 6 LEROY AND TRIMFIT ANKLETS All sizes and colors SIMMONS Panhandle's Most Exdiisive Children's Wear Store 106 S. Cuylcr Phone 320 £ f Hopkins Club Meets With Mrs. Melton on Tuesday Afternoon A pineapple canning demonstra tion was given in the home of Mrs W. E. Melton Tuesday afternoon when members of the Hopkins Home Damonstration Club held their regular semi-monthly meeting. Mrs Melton was in charge of the demon stration. Mrs. R. A. Irwin conducted the business meeting and roll call was answered by each member giving a cooking hint. Mrs. Melton gave the Council report and stated that the July training .school-would be held June 16 at 2 p.m. in the office of "VTiss Ann Hastings, county home demonstration agent. She also said tli.it the county-wide picnic has been chcduled for July 31. Mrs. T. D. Phillips gave a report on the sale of cold drinks at the Phillips Company Park. The sales will continue for the remainder of the season with two of the members in charge each evening. Mrs. P. H. Rice read the fair xhibit rules and plans. The members gave suggestions on plans for he 1948 yearbooks. Mrs. irwin presented a program n table-setting technique. She said here were four qualities to consider in setting tables: good balance, harmonious colors, suitability," and distinction. Table appointments, she added, should be suited not only to each other but also to the nature of the occasion and the menu to be served. Refreshments of strawberry pie, lemonade were served to Mcsdamcs Irwin. Rice. Phillips, Melton, George Reeve. Vern Savage. C. P. Brickey, and Dale Irwin. The next meeting will be held June 24 with Mrs. Reeve. j Mrs. Brooks Hubbard Is Shower. Honoree Mrs. Brooks Hubbard was honored at -i stork -shower Thursadv afternoon in the homt> of her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. Russell, southwest 01 ilip oily. A pink and bkie color scheme was carried out in the decorations nnd the guests registered in an attractive hand-made guest book various games were played during tlv? .afternoon with the prizes B'm-g tn Mrs. Hubbard. Mrs E. R. Rupp. jr., and Mrs Ru.vcl] prosidod at the punch bowl' The r-ake and table appointments v.err highlighted by the mil burning tappr.s, and the- bibb was overlaid wil.li a handsome; lace cloth Attending wore Mcsdamcs Claude AU'Lau^hlin. Kathcrnto Bobbins, Ji'.rk Russell, Robert Hollowell Ki'PP, Jr., J. D. Ros$, Lyles Sharpc! John Ray. Loycl Kuntz, Joe E Ncl- .'••on r.nci E. L. Yeargain. Around ten who were unable to attend sent girts. Parker (CAntmtied horn Page 9) Mr. Parker, son of Mrs. Pear Parker, Follett, attended WTSC Texas University at Austin, an Harvard University, and has h) A. B., M. A. and LL. B. degrees He has practiced law in Pampa fo 12 years and has been county at torney for the past three years. Following a 10-day wedding trip to the West Coast they will maki their home at 1204 E. Browning. Southwick Mary Allen Scribner Has Sixth Birthday Mrs. Albert Scribner honored her cmughtor. Mary Allen, on her sixth birthday with a party from 3 to 5 Friday. Pictures worn taken and refreshments of cako and punch were served to Mrs. Frank Mote and James, w. A. Scribner, Mrs. Ariza t-arcornn and two children, Mrs Rayah Sim and three children, Mrs' K'chvard Lester and James, Mrs' Eiirt dolman, Helen and Ada Lou Allen Continued from Page 9 bride and bridegroom, and Mis, Ohitwood. The three-tiered wedding cake bearing the traditional miniature bridal couple, and wreathed at the base by white daisies and fern, was featured on the lace-covered table A large white daisy, tied with t huge white satin bow, was nt eacl end o." the table. Baskets of nqua daisies, white gladioli and snapdragons were used to decorate the lome, further carrying out the Slide's chosen color scheme of aqua and white. Punch was served by Miss Carol Wyatt, assisted by Mrs. John Cook; and Miss Bernice Campbell. Enid, served the cake. Others helping vitii the serving were Mesdames E. M. Keller, H. Glass and Alma Blaser, "•aii'mount, Okla. Mrs. Mauk attended high school at Oarber for two and a half years, one semester at Lefors, and was graduated from Pampa High School with the Class of 1947. having ma- ored in commercial subjects. The bridegroom was graduated rom Oarber High School and serv- d 18 months in the Navy, 15 of vhich were spent overseas. He is LOW employed at George E. Failing Supply Company at Enid. Following a wedding trip the couple will be at home at 800 West Randolph, Enid, Okla. Attending from out-of-town were Mesdames Simon Wyatt, and Alma Blaser, and Misses Carol Wyatt and Aleta Chitwood of Oarber; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Scheffc, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mauk, C. C. Mauk, Jr., Mrs, Emma Scheffe, Mrs. Eugene Stone, Misses Ruth Ann Romine, Beti Marshall and Bcmice Campbell, and Bob Romine, William T. Collier and James Hoffsommer, of Enid. Chapel Euzelian Class Plans Waffle Breakfast in Dees Home Thursday Mem'oeivi of the Euzelian Class of tho Fn-.st BaptU Church will have n waffle breakfast in the home of Mi. and Mrs. Herman Dees, 12 1 ^ Garland, at U o'clock Thursday morning', Juno 19. Secret pals will be revealed and a business meeting will follow. All members and members-in- service are invited. Read The Pampa News Want Ads Continued from Page !l ,of while split carnations, fever-few and fern. As iv background for the bride and bridegroom an rvch of trellis- work was entwined with red roses and fern, and banked by palms and baskets of white gladioli and peon- icp. When the couple left on their 10-day wedding trip to Wisconsin the bride; was wearing a cocoa brown suit with accessories of toast brown. For her flowers she chose the orchid from her bridal bouquet. Mrs. Agce is a graduate of Pampa High Schqol and attended Lindenwood College, Sf, Charles, Mo,, and William Jewel College at Liberty, Mo.,.. where ' she was chosen queen of the college annual, "The Tattler." She is a member of Beta Sigma Omicron, national social sorority. Mr. Agee is a graduate of William Jewel College and is a member of Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity. Upon their return from Wiscoasin they will make their home in Liberty. Women's Auxiliary Presbyterian Church Meets Wednesday The Women's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Church will hold its regular meeting on Wednesday, June 18, at 2:30 p. m. in the West Room of the church. The dedication c-f the- clay will be given by Mrs. L. W. Jolly. Mrs. H. H. Hahu will bo in charge of tho program on "Race Relations" which* will include a playlet entitled "Sense and Nonsense About Race:" All members and their guests are invited to.be present and there will be a nursery at the church. time in half! New Colgate-Palmolive-Peet suds make dishes, glassware gleam without wiping! Just, a quick rinse . . . and even glassware dries sparkling clear. You'll never again have to spend time wiping! This great new Colgate-Palmolive-Pcet suds leaves no soap scum or streaky film to polish away. Removes grease faster, more completely than soap. Pots and pans get bright and clean with so little effort you have to see it to believe it. No dishpan ring to scrub out! Vel cleans dishes cleaner than soap and saves up to hall' your dishwashing time! Stockings stay lovelier,sheerer- looking when washed with VEL Sheerer-looking stockings . .. Conger-lasting stocking beauty . . . when you wash stockings with Vol! 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