Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 16, 1947 · Page 3
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Pampa, Texas
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Monday, June 16, 1947
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Wfe, THE WOMEN Always You Awdy fcjr.fttrttt niLLfcf T NtA Staff Writer * ;,A Boston dermatologist rt.aims he «HI usually guess a person's job by looking -at his skin. Our skin may #te us away to a dermatologist, Wutpiir eyes give us away to almost SO C'lE T Y Pftmpa News, Monday, June 16, 1947 PAGE 3 A far-away look in her eyes be tfaya the woman who is listening tflth'' only part of her mind, even though she manages to say, "You dotrt mean it," and "What a pity, 1 it the right moment. 'A glance at his watch betrays the bored guest, even though he ptits a smile on his fa.ce and pretends to be interested in the conversation. •••. 'The cold, calculating look one wpmatt bestows on another says "She Is better dressed than I am.' MXftftOR COMPETITION Take a woman who studies her re- '•fU&tion In her compact mirror with more ! concentration and interest than she directs toward her escort This should be an indication to him that she'll always be more interested in herself and the Impression she-makes than in others. •.- The eyes that don't light up when the'Mouth smiles show there is no WJU-mth behind pretended friendliness; 'Out eyes, give us away. 'Open House' Held £or it. Jack Baker Sunday Afternoon -Honoring their son, Jack, Mr. and ' Mrs. W. Jack Baker, 900 N. Gray held J'Open House" Sunday after- Noon from, 3 to 5 o'clock. Lt. Baker was, recently graduated from the U, S.' Military Academy at Annapolis, Md. A floral arrangement of blue and gold decorated the buffet and the register was mado of one of Jack's graduation announcements tied •With blue and gold ribbons. . • •, Atiss Beverly Baker poured punch from, the lace covered table decorated -with a small Navy goat. NOTICE TO MACHINERY DEALERS ,The CommlBsionnr'H Court, of Gray County, Texas will receive bids addressed to the County Auditor, Pnm- • pa, > Texas, ( until 10:00 A. M. July I, 19t7, for the purchase of one, four Wheel tractor with front end loader of •one-half yard (\anaclty. Cash will ,be paid within thirty days of delivery B,n& acceptance. Bids shall be accompanied by bond to provided by Article 2IICS H S C nnd shall he opened and rend In the; county court room at the time nnd date set out above. . The Court reserves the right to •walvfe technicalities and to reject any or 'all bids. •.'... R. C. WILSON •l •"•'..' County Auditor. • June 16-23. PHARMACY Is Our Profession Frti Prescription Delivery =Wheel Chairs, Bed ,'- Crutches, Baby Scales. PRESCRIPTION LABORATORY [1» W. KlngsmlU Phon* 1920 OQAR RATIONING OME-MADEJELLIES AND PRESERVES ow chat sugar rationing is ended you q put UP .delicious home-made jellies, nit and preserves again. Black, •trie* are here...plums and grapes npn: will be plentiful... peaches »nd ««n are on the way. Plan your home ^reserving program now... so you 10 treat your family this fall and 'taier. And to nuke lurt your first nrAtioned post war preserving pro- r*iu ; is a success demand Imperial Pure Caul Sugar .., it is 100% pure taut quality used by three generations of priie winning preserve makers. 1 wvW %v',?*4 t . v The Social Calendar MONDAY 7:00 Coy Scouts wll meet at First Baptist Church. 8:00 Group No. 1, Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church, will meet with Miss Minnie Allen In the church parlor. Mrs. Dlamla Wood will Itave charge of the program. TUESDAY 2:00 Merten IID Cluh will meet with Mrs. Ilammett. Mrs. K. K. .lay will have the program. 2:00 Junior K. A. will moot at the First Baptist Church. 6;SO Skating parly at rink for mem- hers of the Kit Kat Kluh, tho Seveti- Rleven Cluh, and their dates. 6:30 Pinner at Ihe Schneider for the BSrPW Club honoring Mrs. Clifford Dunn, Amarillo. 7:Rn Thpta Rho Olrls' Club will mRfit In TOOF Hall. 7:30 Suh-district meeting of MVP at the First Methodist Church. 8:00 B&PW meeting in tho City Cluh Rooms. Mrs. Clifford Dunn will Install officers. WEDNESDAY 9;30 Ladles Golf Association will meet al the Country Club. A flag tournament will be held followed by luncheon. 2;30 Women's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Church will meet In the West Room of the Church. 2:30 Bell HD Club will meet with Mrs. L. C. O'Neal. .1:00 W. M. U. Circle meetings of the First Baptist Church. 3:00 W. S. C. S. of.the First Methodist Church will moot as follows: Circle No. 1, Mrs. Carlton Nanuc, 717 B. Klngftmlll; Circle No. 2, Mrs. JO. P. Holllngshead, DOG Twiford. with Mrs. A. B. Whitten ns co-hostess: Circle No. 3, Mrs. Frank Wilson, 509 N. Russell; Circle No. 4, Mrs. Carl Wilson, ISIS Mary Ellen; Circle No. 5, Mrs. K. A. McLennan, 1034 K. Browning. 7:00 Sunday School teachers nnd officers will meet at the First Baptist Church. 8:00 Junior Odd Fellows will meet at the Hall. 8:00 Mid-week prayer service at the First Baptist Church. 8.-4S First Baptist choir practice. THURSDAY 9:00 Ruppliiin Class of the First Baptist. Church will have a waffle brenk- fanl In the home of Mrs. Herman D<H!S. 2:00 flood Neighbor Club will meet with, Mrs. Clent West. K-.ttO The Girls' Knsemble of the First Baptist Church will meet at the church with Mrs. Mack Hiatt directing. 8:00 Rebekahs will meet in IOOF Hall. LEFORS NEWS LEFORS— (Special) — Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Foster have returned from a two weeks vacation in Oklahoma and Louisiana. Herschel McNabb has returned from a fishing trip in New Mexico with a "record catch" of one fish. Anyone from Lefors who wishes to have some news put in The Pampa Daily News should contact Robin Tibbets. WSCS Circles Have Meetings in Homes Circles of the Women's Society for Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met in the homes of various hostesses last Wednesday for their regular meetings. Circle 1 met in the home of Mrs. Knox Kinard with Mrs. Claude Henderson presiding in the absence of the chairman. Mrs. Luther Pierson. Mrs. John Hessey presented the devotional from Deuteronomy. Isaiah and John on "Man's Relationship to God and Fellowman". followed by prayer.' Mrs. Kinard continued the study on the text "Portrait of a Pilgrim", dealing with race relationship. Attending were Mesdames B. E. Elkin, S. B. Cook, Carlton Nance. A. F. Johnson. Kinard. Hessey, and Henderson. Cricle 2 met in the home of Mrs. H. F. Barnhart with Mrs. W. H Peters as co-hostess. Mrs. R. W. Lane conducted the business meeting and presented the devotional, followed by prayer which was led by Mrs. W. R. Campbell. Mrs. Quentin Williams presented the lesson on "Race Relationship". Others present were Mrs. Lela. Evans, a guest and the following members: Mesdames A. B. McAfee, John Hodge. J. a. Cargile. Sherman White, Lee Harrah and Bob McCoy. Circle 3 met'in the home of Mrs. J. M. Turner with Mrs. Herman Van Slckel as co-hostess. Mrs. Irvln Cole opened the meeting with prayer after which "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" was sung by the group. A 'Christmas party for foreign people on July 9 was discussed by Mrs. .frank Wilson, supply chairman. Mrs. Henry Jordan conducted the lesson, in the form of a roundtable discussion, which was taken from the book. "Sense and Nonsense on Races". Mesdames Turner, Wilson and Joe Shelton assisted. The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. H. Clyde Smith after which refreshments were served to eight members and one guest. Mrs. C. P. Van Sickle. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Williams and Jane of Kellerville visited with Mr. and Mrs. Toby Williams last week. Sherry Newsome has returned home after a week's visit with Jane Williams of Kellerville. Mr. and 'Mrs. Arnold Bogle left this past weekend for a two weeks vacation with friends and relatives. Vernon Woods, Jr., of Monahans, is visiting with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. ^ E. Hardin. Circvle 4 met in the home of Mrs. J. E. Kirchman with eight members present. Mrs. Kirchman conducted the business session and Mrs. C. W. Berry presented the devotional on "Love of God and Love of Man". Mrs. F. W. Shotwell was leader of the program on "Race Relationship". Others present were Mesdames A. B. Carruth, L. E. Cool, S. C. Evans. H B. Howse. and R. J. Epps. Circle 5 held its meeting with Mrs. W. L. Rowntree with seven members attending. The meeting was opened with group singing of "Love Divine" and "The Ninety and Nine". Mrs. Ray Goodnight was leader of the program, discussing "Seeking to be Christian in Race Relationship" followed by a review and round-table discussion of the book. "Blind Spots". The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Kenneth Irwin. Also attending were Mesdames Don Nenstiel, Don Taylor. Ross Byers. and Frank Chapman. Phil Daniel, son of Rev. and Mrs. N, S. Daniel, has returned home after a visit of a week with his grandmother in Plainview. Mr. and Mrs. Kennard Smith, Kenny and A. B. Smith, Jr., of White Deer were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Tibbets last week. The Lefors Softball .League, consisting of four teams—Lefors, Col- ;exo, Danciger and the Vets—began their season with a game last Monday between the Vets and Danciger. The resulting score was 35 to 21 n favor of the Vets. Tuesday, l«fors and Coltexo met at Danciger Park, Coltexo winning 11-7. Wednesday's game was called because of rain. Thursday t- the Vets conquered Coltexo which puts the Vets out in 'ront. , ...» I do my week's wash .irfhalf on hour! That's all it takes at the new Half-Hour Laundry. You •wash, rinse and damp- dry clothes' automatically. Do them in Westinghousa, Laundromats. Get clothes sparkling clean. QNIY 25C A LOAD, Phone X123 or tttp In gl 316 N, Somervllle HMffHOUR LAUHDKY Dale Frock The side-swept line has won great popularity this season. Shown here on a junior frock, it's stunning for dates and special occasions. Use large novelty buttons for the closing and repeat on the skirt and pocket. Pattern No. 8049 is for sizes 11, 12, 13, 14,16 and 18. Size 12, 3 1-8 yards of 36 or 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, The Pampa News, 1150 Ave, Americas, New York 19, N. Y. Ready now — , the new Summer FASHION. 5? pages of style, color, fashion news for every woman who sews. Send twenty-five /cents for yaur copy today. REPAIR SERVICE REFRIGERATION^OOMESTIC OR COMMERCIAL GENERAL APPLIANCE SERVICE Texts Electric Appliance Co. 8 w -»*—•" . , rr NKMTtf Committee Reporis * Given at Meeting of Wayside H. D. Club CommitC'to r«portr, were given wlifii thp Wayside Home Demonstration Club mrt in the home of Mr.n. Skeet Robrrts. Mfsdarnes Roberts. R. K. MontRonir-rj', J. fl. Fuqua and A B. Cnmith were ai>- pointfrt by thp prrsicirnt to mnkr plans for a community borbeque. Mrs. Gus Greene presented a program telling about the clean- inR and storage of woolen clothing and blankets. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Fuqua, Gus Greene. Wood Osborne. Lowell Osborne. W. A. Greene, W. P. Taylor, Montgomery. Felix J. Stalls, and A. B. Carruth. Mrs. Clifford Dunn "^ To Install Officers 1 For Local BPW Club Mrs. Clifford Carolyn Dunn, past president, of the Amarillo Business ft lid Professional Women's Clttb, Burl secretary tu Orady Ij Pox, Amaiiilu atlntrry, has b.'en Invited 10 install nrw oifk'rn for the local BPW Club Tuesday cvc-ning at B o'clock in the City Club Rooms. Si!" lias bcr'ii ;•,<:•.'.retni-.v 10 the law firm for 20 years. Prior to the meeting Mrs. Dunn will bo honored at n dinner in the dining room of thr Schneider Hotel. Thr- British call a shock absorber a. "hydraluic damper." FIRST PROJECT—Klwanls Club Committee on Churches and Underprivileged Children has turned out the first project of the year—to erect 'signs urging people to go to church (any church). Road signs are on all highways leading into the city. At the erection of the one above are, left to right, B. B. Altman. Rev. Clyde Smith, Rev. Rudolph Q. Harvey, B. M. Bchrman and E. .1. Comic Star HORIZONTAL 1,7 Pictured actor 12 Income 13 Eagles' nests 15 Exist 16 Come forth 18 Note in Guide's scale 19SIam 21 Malayan canoe 22 Type metal 23 Book announcement 17 Artificial 25 Insignia language 26 Perfect 3 4 Individual 5 Protuberance 6 Ruminant 7 S*"«dish river 8 SJ.eltered side 9 Either 10 Gives in 11 Inundate 12 Hebrew, teacher 14 Wise inert 20Meat 25 Dutch town 30 Ermine 31 Oxid of thulium 32 Apprehend 34 He is now making a 40 Release 41 Behold! 42 Burden 43 Fermented fruit juice 46 Tavern 29 Hebrew deity 30 Sedate 83 Back (comb. form) 37 He' has children 38 Amphitheater 39 Belongs to us 40 Stream 44 He was a — — of silent pictures 45 Beverage 46 Satiric 48 Substantive ending 49 Mild medicine 51 Not ventilated 53 Make amends 34 Surgical threads VERTICAL 1 Harbinger 2 Thoroughfare 24 Grass leaf to the screen 35 Traps 50 Army order 36 Provided with (ab.) oars «2 Butterfly 12. a TiT JZ. 51 irr 50 1 151 1 52. 10 KPDN 1340 on \ our Dial MONDAY 5:00—HOD HarriRan—MBS 505—Virffil Mott SOUKS 5:30—Captain JUfdnlfflu—MBS B:-15—om Mix—JIBS iMB—Little Concert 3:00—All Request Show 4:00—All Hequest Show 4:45—Adventure Parade—MBS 6:00—Fulton I^ewis Jr. News—MBS (i:lfi—Five Minute Mysteries 0:20—Vnndercook News 6:25—SportH and News (1:30—Treasury Salute (ii'lli—Here's to Veterans 7:00—Gabriel Hentter— MBS 7::ir>—Heal Life Stories—MBS 7:30—(Juy Jxmibnrclo Orulioslrn—?.2BS 8:00—FiKliinR ft Hunting- Club—MBS S:;!0—Stephen Graham Family Doc- tor—MBS 3:00—H. J. Taylor—MBS 9:15—Dance Orchestra—MBS U.-30—Dance Orchestra—'MBS 9:55—News—MBS 10:00—Dance Orcestra—MBS. 10:55—tfews—MBS. -11:00—Kecorcl Show 11:80—Record Show 12:00—Sien Off 12:15—Local News 12 :!!0—DInnerbell Jamboree 12:4D—People Know Rverythlntr 1:00—Queen for a Day—MBS 1:30—Music for Tuesday 1:45—Jackie Hill Show—MBS 2:00—Krsklne Johnson—MBS TUESDAY 0:29—Sl(?n On B: SO—News 0:35—13'10 Ranch 7:00—Editor's Diary 7:15—The O»en Bible 7:4!>—Breakfast Rhythms 7:55—News, 8:00—Arthur Ciaelhe—MBS 8:15—Faith in bur Time—MBS 8:30—Say It With Music—MBS 0:00—PaniD'i Party Line !):I5—Tell Your Neighbor—MBS. 9:30—Heart's Desire—MBS 10:00—Fashion Letter 10:05— Musical Interlude 10:80—His Ma.1e.Hty the Baby 10:16—Waltz Time 11:30—Navy Academy Band—MBS 11:00—Cedrin Foster News—MBS 11:15— Flit Frolics 11:30—J. L. Swindle News 11:45—Checkerboard Jamboree—MBS U:00—Music Ala Cai-tfi ' ?:1B—The Johnson Fam'ly—MBS 2:30—Two Ton Bukeiv, MBS TONIGHT ON NETWORKS NBC—K Jane Wyman in "Woman Alone.;" 7 Gladys Hwarthout in Don Voorhees Concert: 8 Contented Concert; S:P>0 1. Q. Quiz. CBS—li Inner Sanctum, Arnold Moss; 6:30 Joan Davis Show 7 Barbara Stanwyck in "The Other Love;" 8 Lnna Turner in "Postman Always Rings Twice." ABC—6:30 Lone Roneer; 7:30 Sherlock Holmes: S Treasuvt Ag-ent; 8:30 Sammy Kaye Band: 9 Doctors Talking. TUESDAY ON NETWORKS NBC—7 A. M. Honeymoon in N. V., 11 A.M. Van Damme Quartet; 3:30 P. M. Just Plain Bill; 7 Call the Polico Drama—CBS—S A. M. Look Vour Best; 1:30 P. M. AVInner Take All; 4:30 Red Barber on Sports; 5:30 American Melody; 8:30 Open Hearing Discussion—ABO—10 A. M. Tom Breneman; 1:30 Bride and Groom; 3:30 Cliff Edwards; 6:30 Clreenhornet; 9:80 Hoosler Hop. PAMPA MONUMENT CO. Cemetery Memorials GO FOBAN, Owner 601 B. Harvester PJione DM Cadillac Ambulance Service Phone 400 Duenkel'Carmichael HAROLD WRIGHT Insurance Agency Letterheads, envelopes, office forms. The Pampa New*. Ilalsem. Harvey is chairman of the committee. Fred Shryock, j former president of the olub ar>d former resident here, furnished the material for the signs. Mineral Wells to Be Conference Host for Baptist TU Leaders Rev. and Mrs. Rudolph Q. Havvry j and Mrs. and Mrs. Floyd Crow ol ' the Central Baptist Church will at.- • tend tho Training Union Director.-: Convention for Baptists of Texas to be held in Mineral Wells, Thursday and Friday of this week. Rev. Harvey will have charge of the Adult Conference on Friday Wesleyan Guild Will Meet This Evening Members of Group One of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist will hold their meeting this "evening at 0 o'clock in the church parlors with Miss Minnie Allen as hostess. Mrs. Diamia Wood will have charge of the program. The Wright Brothers' first airplane enfine had no carburetor— gasoline was dripped into the cylinders. Communism is so powerful in the movie industry that many "little people" are afraid lo oppose it.— Adolphe Menjou, film ctar. Hawaiian Visitors in Shamrock Last Week SHAMROCK—(Special) — Visitors in Shamrock last week were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Akina, daughter, Ar- lenr, and sons. Charmon and Jamison, and their friend. Phoebe Won. all of Hawaii. The group were guests of Mr. iind Mr". Aaron FIT. Their home was Mi 1 . FITS home while he was in service of his country and stationed in Hawaii. Sunday evening the Frys had a. group of friends in and movies of Hawaiian scenes delighted the group. One of special interest was of the Luau. a Hawaiian feast. Miss Arlene Akina. who is a student at T. S. C. W.. Denton, will receive her B. A. and B. S. Degrees at the close of the summer session. The family plans a tour of the States which will include Louisiana, Florida, a Uip to the East Coast to New York and into Canada. Ohio, Seattle, Wash., and Western Canada. Phone Ask me about my business K* or 47 Girls! WomenI Who Suffer Distress Of with its nervous cranky feelings... Do female functional monthly disturbances make you feel nervous, fidgety, cranky, so tired and •dragged out'—at such times 1 Then do try Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegp- WEAKNESS table Compound to relieve such symptoms. It's jomous for helping girls and women In this way! Taken regularly — Pinkham's Compound helps build up resistance against such distress. Just see if you, too, don't remarkably benefit. Also a great stouiachlo tonic. Worth trying! ^VEGETABLE COMPOUND TODAY and TUESDAY //» «»/ Ptmr A Colorful Saga of the great SOUTHWCSTi —PLUS— "HOBO I-OBO" A Color Cartoon - >TEWS LAST DAY (Monday) STARTING TUESDAY "FLIGHT TO NOWHERE" LAST DAY (Monday) FUN-VENTURE! STARTING TUESDAY "THE VERDICT" YOUR NEW REGULAR ARMY WANTS YOU TO KNOW MOW VOLUNTEERS ARE SELECTED iVt*T ioo vw.Nt««s f«H .o , P « SS the P° SS the physKfll moral or S ub- S ra«d«rd reasons it surprise you to know that only about 60 out of every 100 volunteers for the new Regular Army can measure up to today's requirements for a soldier? Only the top 60% of American youth~ mentally, morally and physically—can pass the rigid tests. Hhere are reasons for *Ws which your Army wants you lo know: 1 The men we tend overseas mu»t represent you to millions of people who ate struggling towards democracy. They must be typical of our best. Z The truly modern Army requires a far higher type of soldier than ever before. The wide use of scientific materiel and the broad program of research necessitate a superior man. Your Army must lead the world in the caliber of its men if it is to provide adequate defense in the atomic age, These are reasons why Army enlistment standards today are higher than ever before-^-why your new Regular Army, although comparatively small in size —is performing its world-wide duties well. In Japan/ for example, ours is the smallest occupation force per cop/fa in world n/sfory—yet Jnere is no record of greater achievement in such a short sftoce of time. If you can measure up to these standards, you will find enlistment in the new Regular Army a good career. You will live and work with friends whom you will value always. You will have opportunity for travel and high adventure, and a chance to qualify for Officer Candidate Schools and Technical Schools. Above all, you will have the deep satisfaction of doing an important job for your country. Ask at any U. S. Army Recruiting Station about the many opportunities open to men who volunteer for three years. , 000.. 10" '"« '"" O. S. Army LHOOSt ROOM 4i MIST OFFICE BLDC., PAMPA .-l' l J1VI. 1 ''ll « . „ . , -»_<»• j ! *~ , S

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