Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 27, 1946 · Page 3
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Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, February 27, 1946
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for disc- ,i***kr v*»V« UMMJWVV I OF 'Ul6 TTlCCW™ f VM&A&ltuayclub yesterday ^/.$lhfe&-.lBj| group firas fen- rif.ttie MM 6f Mrs. Lee *., r ....n, guest speak- tced by. the program •'•"*• "W-. tane; Mrs. A,^.d how- to spot ,' including infantile Si, ^uberculosls, arid rftental diseases and ,,.._„., emphasized the .... j.' treatment bit cancer, ityg .the. Strange Cancer Preat Mertiorlal .hospital rrlih served a plate lunch [.IT. Hamploh, Mrs. E. J. " '. Jbow King, Mrs. ft. i, Horace M6Bee, Mrs. ,«-.,.,..iey, Mrs. Luther Plef- fKs.' .Kite Stalls, Mrs. Sher' ltef'M& Quehtlri' Williams, the ftmiot filth scHbbl sltrtj Bride* tfcg dfre'etlSfi of Mrs.' tty eriwford: Wtfi {jfe^ut a play a); the Thursday meeting o? the School 1 * SsreAt-Teacher fifisdi6fttlSii. TH<s meeting is sfchedtiied for 2:45 o'clock In .the school auditorium. Mrs. H. C. Weidier. in charge of th6 program, has also -announced that the eighth grade choir under the direction of Miss Eloise Latie will present Several musical numbers. Mrs. Dojiglas Nels6n will give the devotional and Mrs, Huelyn Laycbck will make a founders' day t-ilk. •W. B. Weatherre'd will be present to explain plans for the proposed county hospital. Mrs. W. R. Campbell will be in charge of the busi- nesi? meeting. The executive board will meet in the library reading room at 2:15 o'clock. A- to nianufacture synthe- iQhe" fehd '. dieset oil from, nat- "- r 'Js bfliiig constructed in Coughs _0n .„„.-68 promptly belt to the. seat of the •loosen and expeS , and aid nature . raw, tender, In- nmcous mem» 1st to sell you with the tin- r fiie*cou«h or, you Ate i«jr,bwfc «.-• U LSI ON llColdf.BronchiHii •*» ' 11 - ^"•^•ii-f. and IN tHE NEWS * * * * * * Membership Is Theme of Ainerican Inter-Post Meeting Tuesday Nine American Legion posts and auxiliaries were represented at the monthly inter-post meeting, held in Pampa last night. Lew Fields, department commander, from Amarillo, was the principal speaker, discussing rehabilitation of.the veterans and membership. He reported that Texas has 88,917 Legion- aires at the present time. Among the 125 Legionaires anc auxiliary members present were representatives from Amarillo, Borger, Canadian, Claude, McLean, Memphis, Shamrock anc Spearman, as well as members of the local Legion. _. chairman. Jl Ambassadors Topic at Dinner Rev. Beauford A. Norrls was the principle speaker at the Business and Professional Women's covered dish dinner in the Palm room last night. Rev. Norris, who has recently returned after three years service as army chaplain in the Southwest Pacific area, chose for his subject, "Our Ambassadors in Japan." He named as our ambassadors: General Douglas McArthur, 400,000 Ex-Army Chaplain Speaks at W. M. S. SHAMROCK, Feb. 27.—(Special) —The W. M.'S. of the First Baptist church met at the church Monday afternoon for the Royal Service program given by Rex Ray circle. The meeting opened with prayer led by Mrs. Edw. C. Derr. Mrs. Charles Green presided and gave the devotional. The program was given by Mrs. Jack Kersh on the subject: "Signs of Spiritual Awakening." Mrs. Harry Holmes led a special prayer, and Rev, Edw. C. Derr, who returned from the Southwest Pa- cafic area this week, made a short talk. The meeting was dismissed with prayer led by Mrs. Fred Holmes. "Those present were: Mines. Jack Kersh, Fred Holmes, Charles Green, Henry Holmes, Edw. C. Derr, R. A. Nichols, sr., Coy Dial and Norman Patrick, and Rev. Edw. C. Derr. Shamrock Auxiliary Starts Prayer Series SHAMROCK, Feb. 27 (Special)— The first of a series of "Prayer Retreat" programs, was given at the home Of Mrs. Earl Koger, Monday afternoon, when the Presbyterian auxiliary met there. Mrs. Bill Doty was program leader, the subje:t of the series is: "We Are Called by God, and In Christ Jesus We Prepare for Our High Calling." -The afternoon program subject was: "Together We Worship." Five lltanys were given, the litany of "Humility," by Mrs. Tom Brown; "Re-evaluation," by Mrs. T. H. Sonnenburg; "Listening," by Mrs. Rufus''Dodgen; "Prayer," by Mrs. Bill Doty; "Preparation," by Mrs. TThurman Adkins, Refreshments were served by the hostess to: Mmes. Tracy Tapp, Bill Doty, Tom Brown, Dan Fry, T. H. The United States has six per cent at thfc world's population living on seven per cent of. the world's land area. Program chairman. Dr. ft. A. Webb, was -naster of ceremonies. Mrs. Mary Cu'sick, Amarillo, district auxiliary president, also gave a short talk on membership. The nex.t meeting will be held in Claude in March, the date to be announced. Lt. Edwin Adkins sang "Danny Boy" and "The Road to Mandelay.' accompanied by Miss Eloise Lane at the piano. Virgil Mott, also sang two solos, "Wagon Wheels" and "Old Man River." Lt. Adkins recited his dialect version of a Negro sermon. The Pampa auxiliary served pie and coffee. , Sonneuburg, Rufus Thurman Adkins. Dodgen, and BELT FOR MARCH '"' SHINING CiRCLE... G},qaming Waist-ipanner .witli coptrast stitching fisting past little peekta-bpo holes . 1 . 1-50J. f?. •?;*?• T?.T!T -•T'^T, "T- Pcfmpq's Quality, Department Store New Officers Take Up Duties Monday New officers of the Pythian sisters-took office at the meeting of the lodge Monday night. Mrs. Lu- qillc Weatherred, newly installed most excellent chief, called the meeting to order and appointed new investigating, flower, and visiting committees. A contribution to the endowment fund for the Pythian home at Weatherford. Te*as, yfas voted hi memory of G. H. Ader, a prominent Pythian who died recently. Applications for membership were presented for Mr. and Mrs. John Spink, Pred Tinsley and Mr. Harvey. Mrs. 'Loraine, Payne and Mrs. Agnes Manning were reported ill. Members attending were: Mrs. Lucille. ' Weatherred, Mrs; Opal Downs, Mrs. Gopdle.t, Mrs. Freda IJeiner, Mrs..Lucille Wilson, Mrs) DfJrothy Mangel, Mrs. Sibyl Dudley,' Mrs." Kay pudley, 'Mrs. Elizabeth Dpggett; .Mrs. Edwina. Back, Mrs. Nprene Johnson, Mrs. Cora Lockhart, Mrs. ila Niemeier, Mrs. Mavtria'Kennedy," Mrs. Dorothy Cox, Mrs. Ver'da Burnett and Mrs. Bertie Brown. Church Group Mends Clothing for Europe The Women's Missionary Society of the Church of the Brethren met yesterday afternoon and packed three boxes of mended clothing for relief in Europe. During the last five months the W.M.S. has repaired and sent 700 pounds of old clothing and shoes to the regional relief center for the church in McPherson, Kans., to be forwarded overseas. For Greek relief the group has made a dozen baby gowns, 36 little-girls' dresses, and one comforter. Anyone having old, but usable, clothing may leave it at the church according to Mrs. J. R. Shelton, president. Mrs. Versqn Alexander served refreshments to Mrs. LoUie Turcotte, Mrs. Zeke Simpson, Mrs. Eva Whis- jler, Mrs. Charles Ellington, Mrs. Clyde Carruth, Mrs. Arthur Gillis, Mrs. Fendrick and Mrs. Shelton. FORMAL DANCE TONIGHT The formal dance being arranged by the Business and Pro- lessional Women's club, will be held in the Legion hall tonight. Proceeds of the dance go to the Teen Age Canteen. Ken BenneU's orchestra will play. Committee chairman arranging for the event are: Mrs. B. M. Behrman. decorations; Mrs. Jessye Stroup, hat and coat checking; Miss Neva Bureau, cashiers, and Miss Mtir- ricl Kitchens, invitations. BIETHDAY PARTY -•SHAMROCK, 'Feb. 27 Don Mark Isaacs celebrated his fifth birthday with a party given by his mother, Mrs. Carl Isaacs, Saturday afternoon. The birhtday cake was attractively 'decorated as a Valentine. Small Valentine boxes of candy were given as favors. Refrigeration Service ?hone'554 ' ' 4*3 Buckler Belts and Motor Service for any make and model. Social Calendar WEDNKSDAV Kii-sl MclliuillHl W.H.U.S. cnlcrUins Northern half Clnrendnn district _ con- furoncp, st'Sfiions bcclnnlne nt 10:30 o'clock. First n:iptist W.M.U. meets in tho church nt 3 o'clook. General Council of First Christian church meets nt church at 2:30 o'clock. Beta Gamma Knp«a metis in City club •ooms ut 7,:30 o'clock. THURSDAY Hcbckah lodife circle meeting at 7:30 o'clock in the I.O.O.F. hall. Hopkins I.adios Djble Study club meets in Community Itiill. Sub Dubs meet with Miss Tiny Hoburt 1237 Mary Ellen, ut 7:30 o'clock. Open Bible cliiss meets in Duenkel-Cnr- michai-l 'Funeral chapel fuse entrance), 3CO W. Browning (it 7:80 o'clock. FKIDAY Entre Nous club meets with Mrs. C. A. Tlgnor, 1129 Terrace avenne, al 2 o'clock. Chile BUinier at -McCullough Methodist church. Eaatern Star meets iij Masonic hall at 8 6'clock. Younir People's Bible class meets ut 7:30 o'clock at 4M N. Warren. MONDAY licta Sigma Phi meets. American Legion auxiliary meets in Legion hall at .7:45 o'clork. TUESDAY Parent Education club meets with Mrs. R. K. EdenborouBh at White Deer. Morten Home Demonstration club meets. B anil P. W. executive board meets at 7:30 o'clock in the City rluli rooms. Worthwhile Home Demonstration club meets with Mrs. L. D. Lunst'ord, 1930 E. Francis^ . _ The U. S. date crop has grown from one to 18 million pounds an- nally in the past 20 years. U. I.'s and 000,000 Christians. 'These," he said, "arc the best ambassadors." He declared that chaos ta^cs us unless we arc iblc t,o nssume our responsibilities ns world citizens. Democracy, is set forth by our forefathers, is the only answer to the conditions which brought about thr recent war, ho emphasized. He described the time spent by most soldiers overseas as 99 percent boredom and homesickness and 1 percent inspiration. Mrs. Mildred Pickett, social chairman was in charge of the meeting and Mrs. John Beverly, club mother, gave the invocation. Warren Hohl entertained the group with three piano selection, "Prelude in C Minor, VEidelweiss Glide," and "Some Sunday Morning," and Phil Harvey sang "The Bells of St. Mary's." and 'On the Road to Mandelay." Guests who joined the members at the social meeting were: Miss Bea Clark, Miss Mary Alice Parker. Miss Louise Colmes, Mrs. Gladys Acklam, Mrs. J. A. Duncan, Mrs. M. S. McDaniel, Mrs. Norman Fulps, Mrs. Jerry Torvi°, Mrs. L. A. Barber, Mrs, Hal Suttle, Mrs. C. K. Riley, Mrs. Josephine Young, and Mrs. Alatha Elliott. Dinner Party Given For Pvt. Rinehart Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rinehart. 1101 N. Frost, entertained at a dinner party Monday night for their son. Pvt. Harold Rinehart, who is home on a furlough this week. Covers were laid for Charlie Hatcher, Bobbyc Cushcnberry, Dorothy Cummings, Barbara Myers. Mrs. Alfred Myers, Bill Burton, Dorothy June Johnson, Sgt. Bill Bcanc, and Lbuellen Giles. Glass Developmenf Is El Pf ogresso Topic Mrs. Edgar Henshaw entertaine-I members of El Progresso at her home Tuteday afternoon. The theme of the program was "What Won't They Do With Oiass." Mrs. Dave Pope gave an interesting talk on the history of glass, showing the development from the Rvitient Assyrians and Egyptians to the present day when glass textiles 1 in various forms are very numer- ! ous. Contluding her talk. Mrs. Pope aid. "Everywhere today glass administers to our oomfort. convenience, safety, health, and wealth. ! From ths time we rise in the morn| in? until \vs go to bed nt night there ! is "scarcely a moment that glass in j not in some way. obvious or obs- ! cure, preforming some service for everyone of us." Glass in its modern forms for '• commercial uses was the trend of i Mrs:. H. L. Lerlrirk's -discussion. She ! told of the composition of various '• i;inds of mass, r.u'.'h -is plate glass. ' hrrculitc doors, .shatter-proof glass. i (.'lass brinks, and carrara or colored j glass used in trimmings for buildings I nn'1 for bathroom wall". Samples of each kind of -jl/iss discussed were i used as illustrations. ' The hostess served a dessert course i of cherrv mousie. cake, and coffee. i Members present were: Mrs. B. K. ; Finley. Mrs. Dave Pope. Mrs. S. D. )Slf>nnh, Mrs. H. L. Ledmk. Mr:;. 1 W. C. Jones. Mrs. C. T. Hightower. Mrs. James Todrl. Mrc. D. V. Burton. Mrs. Knox Kinard. and the hostess. We*tt*l«y, fekraory Z7, Play Togs Ester Club Has 'Squaw' Party An Indian "Squaw" pSrty planned Monday evening for fcers of the Ester club, and guest arrived dressed for the . -_„ Mrs. H. M. Cone had arranged the party at her home. { The rooms were appropriately dec* orated with Indian pottery, blankets, corn. and. Indian rugs. Art Indian corn game, played during the evening, ended with Mrs. Boy 1 Kmzmeier hivina the most corn. Prizes as the best, squaws went to | Mrs. O. E. Wylie, Mrs. L. D. Neigh- i Lours, and Mrs. W. G. Jameson, for ! their costumes. Mrs. John Mitchell gave the de* votional. Plnrr fnv.irs of r/olorful feathers : (-irrird out. tiif party theme when ]•<•! . \Ti-r-- . H;mi!i< v<>\ !<.'.•••. MY<. .Mmlyn. M.r. Franr- were served to: Sullivan, Mrs. W. G. .j'!i!n Mitchell and -. I?M.V Krrtameier, Mrs. 11. Mrs. Carl Baer Action Story Topic For Panhandlers SHAMIjtOCK. Feb. 27 (Special) — "The Action Story" was the subject under dlscuslson at the meeting of the Panhandlers club, when they wet in (he home of Mrs. John B. , Harvey Saturday afternoon. Mrs. J Margie Flcem-r was hostess. Mrs. G. H. Aldous presided over the .business session, at which time. Mrs. Ed Chencttc was received as a new member of the club. Mrs. J. M. For; or of Wheeler, program leader, read a poem, "Faith." Mrs. O. R. Hugs read an original outline for an action slory plot. "What Makes the Action Story Go" was discussed by Mrs. George Hsrch. Mrs. Porter closed the program with an original story, "The Flood Came Too Late," which she has written for the Panhandle Pen Women's spring contest. Refreshments were served to Mmes. Ed Chcnette, R. Stuart Tisdal, and Henderson Coffman, guests and to Mmos. George Porch. G. H. Aldous. A. R. Hugs. Allen I. Smith. J. M. Porter. George Stanley. Margie Fleener and John B. Harvey, members. By MRS. ANNE CABOT i Easy to make-easy to launder! ; Make'the "rabbit" applique pinafore i in time for Easter—the rabbit-trim| med sunsuit can be finished and I put away until the :;un i;; hoi enough to warrant siui-bac'.-: suits. I Try the set in a blue and white j polka-dotted cotton and trim with j big white or pale yellow bunnies. i Awfully cute! ' To obtain complete putcrn. ap- ! pliquc design, finishing instructions 1 for the Jinafore and Sunsuit tPai- | crn No. 5534 > sizes include 2. 3. 4 ,' years in pattern, send 15 cents in i COIN plus 1 cent postage, YOUR ! NAME. ADDRESS. PATTERN NUM! BER to Anna Cabot. Pampa News. j 1150 Avc. Americas, New York 19. j N. Y. I Gifts for shower pirties. church i bazaars—sweater:; and vestoes for j spring wear. hats, baby clothes, cos- | tume accessories, lovely cmbroid- ] i-rics for the home, nice lingerie. I.'.nrii:ir:i Ann. Mrs. W. E. Clay, Pfin-. Mrs. J. E. Kil- A. Mrs. E. C. .!. I, Khw. Mrs. J. \j. W. ft. Jameson, i loverly, Mrs. George: in-,'. l<-\ . M.!-. I,"];. M'dford. Mrs. J. \V Cn.,kT. J.'rs. T. L. Rowc, Mrs. Ll. W\iii'. Mi;;. L. U. Neighbours, M'T,. V/. A. Nolancl. Mrs. Bobby Bn;n>mi'tt. Mrs. Chester Nicholson, i Mrs. K. N. Neighbours, and one it-st. Miss Collene Voyles. Tiie next mooting. March 11, will I be at the home of Mrs. O. E. Wylie, I GJi o. Earni':;. [luiiloom doilk!;-; for crochet fans— i nine p:i;4f\; of free instructions—in ^!l;c Anne Cabot ALBUM. Price 15 1 cents. How women awe? girfe may get wanted relfet from functional periodic, ftfln \ CarduJ, man/ women say, has brought T$» lift 5rom the crsmp-Mkn BBOTO atKUsertOtti • train of functional periodic dlstrcja. Taktft Ufce a tonic, it should stimulate RppetltC aid digestion.* thus help build rewt> \ »oce lor the "time" td come. 1 StattW 3 days before, "your tune". It IhoUl* help relieve pain doe to ' purar functional periodic causes. 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