Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 15, 1947 · Page 11
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 11

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Miss Belly Sue Snell jlfew Werthy Advisor of Shamrock Rainnbows SJiAMROCK- (Special) — Miss Setty Sue Snell, daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Ernest Snell, was Installed as ^orthy Advisor of the Order of Rainbow Girls, Thursdny evening at. •the Masonic Hall. ' Approximately 100 were present for ; the ceremonies In the assemV.y room which was decorated with baskets of roses, snapdragons, mock orange blossoms and larkspur. _ ; Other taking office were Marie pldham, worthy associate advisor; Mary Lou Hofmann, charity; Mar- REAL F.STATE LOANS For Ruildlnt Repairing HI A ( onvrntloti.il I^iw Rates — Lone Term*. Security Federal Savings snd Loan Association ( <>mb«. Worlry BIdf. Phone 804 thft Ahtt Montgomery, hopg; Joeii Sell, fklth; M&ry Lou Wilson, chaplain; Wanda Ramsey, drill leader; Prances Tarbefc, love; Katherine Smith, religion; Palsy Bit-vend, nature. Jackie Brlggs, immortality; Ha Jean Byars, fidelity; Betty Jo Hamill, patriotism; Louise Winters, service; Emmellne Williams, confidential observer; Lura Jean Dunn, outer observer; Jane Woolly, musician, and Edwlna George, choir director. The new Worthy Advisor chose "Feith, Hope and Charity" as her theme, the "Pot of Gold" as her symbol, and yellow as her color. She introduced her pastor, Rev. Edw. C. Derr, who gave an address on the above subject. The t>rand Musician, Lota- Mae Hughes, and the Worthy Matron of the O. B. S.. Mrs. Willie J. Nix, and Worthy Patron. Glynn Bell, were introduced. The outgoing worthy advisor, Charlotte Stephens, gave a report of her work while in office. She was then presented with a white Rainbow Bible by Mrs. Jack Montgomery. The regular meetings of the Rainbow Assembly will be on the second and fourth Mondays at 7:30. Read The Pampa News Want Ads Sewing Club Meets With Mrs. Cdrrell The Northern Natural Sewing -Club met in. the home of Mrs. Pete Carrell recently and accepted a new member, Mrs. James Hall. The hostess was presented several handmade gifts. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Hall, Wilkerson. Pauley, Schtibring. Rapestine. and Beighle. The next, meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Norton, June 25. PafnjpiA News, Sunday, June IS, 1547 -«"^lt PAGE 11 Birthday* .. M love them! I know I can LOOK YOUNGER GOURIEU1 ESTROLAR f Contains an Estrogenic Complex^ i Yet, I'm over thirty, quite a bit— but I don't look it— and I'm going to continue f«|) ' not look it! I've found a wonderful oream called Estrolar containing an eitrogenvt, complex— abundant in youth but which ' diminishes with advancing yeari. i I've used my beloved Estrolar faithfully;, on my face and throat as directed, and have been elated with die results. , W-Day Supply, 5.50. Twin Jars, 10.00 HARVESTER DRUG We Give S and H Green Stamps Pcnhortdle Legion Installs Officers PANHANDLE—(Special) — Nolan Sparks was installed as commander of Kit Carson Post No. 441 American Legion at a called meeting of the post recently. Installation was in charge of Elmer Padget, retiring commander assisted by Wendel Mixon. Others installed were vice-commanders Jack Ramey, Panhandle; Leslie Kries, Skellytown; M. O. Calliham, Oonway, and Bernard Weeks, White Dec*; C. L. Sterling, adjutant; Mason Lemons, finance officer; Louie P. Cleek, service officer; La Vaughn Curtis, 'chaplain; Mervin Beiderwell, sergeant-at- amis; Louis Lemons, athletic officer and Cyril Pingleton, bugler. Jack Griffith, R. A. Robinson and Padget will compose the new executive committee. Announcement was made at this meeting of the sale of one of the buildings owned by the Legion to the Odd Fellows Lodge. Parley Slated on Gas Distribution McALLEN—f/P)—The city of McAllen will open negotiations at Brownsville this,week for purchase of the local gas distributing system of the Rio Grande Valley Gas Company. Two gas systems exist here but they do not overlap. The Rio Grande firm's system is the oldest The other was established by the cily when it was granted free gas fiom the first producer in the McAllen field a few years ago in return for aiding in blocking up the original drilling leases. RUSHED BROOD An experiment in Leipzig, Ger=many, iii 1920, with the help of a radium solution to hatch chicks, showed that under these conditions the eggs developed In less than 15 days and the chicks were- perfectly normal. HARD OF HEARING Do you have trouble understanding ordinary conversation? Come to SONOTONE ^HEARING CENTER ADAMS HOTEL Pampa, Texas MONDAY, June 16, 1947, 1:00 p. m. to 6:00 p. m. J will gladly make an audiogram of your hearing. In 20 minutes you can see how much your hearing has slipped and whether or not you need a hearing aid. There is no charge or obligation. It's free. W. T. ROBBINS Certified Sonotone Consultant LOOK/ LOOK/ LOOK/ JUST ARRIVED KROEHLER 2-Pc. *f Sofa Bed Suites FIRST SINCE THE WAR A lovely sofa by day and a comfortable innerspring bed at night. Large lounge chair to match, YOD DOH'T HAVE TO WAIT »/.. Toast Master-Camfield and Proctor Automatic Pop-Up Toasters * Betty Crocker, Westinghouse and Proctor Automatic Electric Irons Don't Re Late,.. Stock Limited Pampa Furniture Co. 120W, s?V" ;,, „; liftWr' 4 V •%•.,. '•* ''* Phone 10$ at GILBERTS *<£;,.«• a GILBERT'S Progressing With Pampa FIVE DOLLAR SALE ALL SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS SHOES! Pumps, Straps or ___ Ties-Suedes, S-K? f) fl Patents or Calfs *^ U U Values to $15.00 Reds, Whites Combinations Blacks and Browns Doeskins, Patents, Calls All Sales Final F^lkibi PATENTS PLASTICS LEATHERS HANDBAGS REDUCED $400 > «MB^v fHHMMr- TO GILBERT'S "Progressing With WHITES COMBINATIONS AND BLACKS i 1 */" i * "> ,V,,.. L ,'l, .».,...,r. ! ,,V. ' i.A ?' ', )Hj

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