Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 17, 1947 · Page 3
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Pampa, Texas
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Tuesday, June 17, 1947
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•> -: *•«* Tea ,-.NEA Staff Write*. 61 ine least appealing things ' working women is that so **'• them carry over Into their fiwsonal .lives the Independent attitude that is a necessary part of their Working lives. This Is no help IflJ friendships. '*o make her point the woman >y "voiced that complaint told very much to help a friend of theirs who had tdje4ve ; her job to undergo a serious ope" ration, she and her hunband pirsuaded the friend to stay with them during her weeks of convales- . eehce. "'••;• .-..'... J they figured tney could considerably cut down on the cost of her illness by doing it for her. She -accepted their invitation. Determined not to be indebted to them, she bought them several expensive gifts as soon as she was back- at Avofk. BlElSTfcn. TO RELAX Said-, the friend who tried to help her: "tfhpse gifts Just made us feel silly. . Why, we didn't help her at all. with the money she spent "paying Us back' for an act of friendship, she could have gone to a nursing home to recuperate from her 'Operation. But like so many working women she has the deep-rooted idea- that t she. must never be indebted to anyone," ' It 4s just os important in any * friendship to be able to accept graciously as to give graciously. Working, women shouldn't overlook that.' Not if they want to have warm and lasting friendships. Independence in the business world is good. • In the social world it is better to relax a little. New*i , Jutte if, 1947 PAGE 3 Be 11 Club to Meet With Mrs.,O'Neal At 2:30 Tomorrow .MKS--II. C...O'Neal will be hostess to-members of the Bell Home Dem- 1 ip'ristrdtlori Club when they hold their regular. seml-monUily meeting tomorrpiw afternoon at 2:30, ^Thrilling New 5 ACTION FACIAL clears complexion while you sleep 1 1. RcmovM Blaekheftdi. 2. Rcdaeef Large Fore*. .S.,ne)p§ Banish Ezternml Acs*. * 4. Pep« Up Clrcnlatlon. .. B. Olv« Smoother, Clemrw Compleilon. Get these 5 wonderful com- .plexlbn aids In one nPgJ}- k cation of NIGHT MASK, new medicated 'lotion'.' Rare, costly Ingredients, homo- imlque! Try a new beauty thrttL ^Application ' lor the Social Calendar TUESDAY (i;SO Skating: party at rink for members of the Kit Knt Klub, thu Seven- Eleven Club, and their dates. 6:30 Dinner at the Schneider for the BK-PAV Club honoring Mrs. Clifford Dunn, Amarillo. 7->n TJir-tt,. Rho Girls' Club will meet In TOOF Hall. i..,o riuo-uistrlct meeting of MTF nt the First Mtthodlst Church. 8:00 B&PW meeting in the City Club Rooms. Mrs. Clifford Dunn will install officers. WEDNESDAY 9;30 I-rfidles Golf Association wll! meet at the Country Club. A flag tour* nament will lie held followed by luncheon. 2:30 Women's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Church will meet in the West Boom of the Church. 2;30 Parish Council of Catholic women, Mrs. M. K Roche, 1201 Mary Kllen. •i-.;W Bell HD Club will meet with Mrs. Ii. C. O'Neal. 3:00 AV. M. u. Circle meetings of the First Baptist Church. 3:00 \V. S. C. S. of.the First Methodist Church will meet ns follows: Circle No. 1, Mrs. CarHon Nance, 717 K. Klngsmill; Circle No. 2, Mrs. 13. P. ITollingsbead, «OG Twlford, with Mrs. A. B. Whltten ns co-hostew. Circle No. 3. Mrs. Frank Wilson, 509 N. Hus- soil; Circle No. -I, Mrs. Carl Wilson, 1318 Mary Kllen; Circle No. .R, Mrs. K. A. MiTjenuan, 10X4 K. Browning. 7:00 Sunday .School teachers and officers will meet nt the First Baptist Church. 8:00 Junior Odd Fellows will meet at the Hall. 8:00 Mid-week prayer service at (ho First Baptist Church. 8;<lfi First. Baptist choir practice. 'THURSDAY fl:00 Ruzellan Class of I ho First Bap list Church will have a waffle breakfast In the home oC Mrs. Herman Ueus. 2:00 Good Neighbor Club will meet with Mrs. Clent West. ; i!;00 The Girls'• JOnsemble of the First Baptist Church will meet at the I'huroli with Mrs. MacK Hintt direct- In e. will mrct In 1OOF Tarn. S:flO R Mall. FRIDAY U:00 Worthwhile I1O Club, W. II. MciBrldn, DOS R. Voster. ' 2:30 Skcllytown 11D Club, Shell Clnl) Houso, 7:00 nulli Class of First Baptist Ch.uroh to havo picnic on west Hide of •Cuylor Street Park. 7:30 Singing nt. White Deer Church of Christ. S-flf) Rnstern Star meeting at Masonic Hall nt White Deer. _ '"The British call a windshield a "windscreen."' FEELS MUCH BETTER NOW "Since I started eating KELLOGO'S ALL-BRAN, I have been regular as clockwork. I feel better now than when I was twenty years younger!" You, too, can overcome constipation due to lack of bulk in the diet by eating KELLOGG'S ALL- BRAN for breakfast. Eat an ounce every day in milk (or mixed with other Kellogg cereals, or baked in ALL-BHAN muffins) — and drink plenty of water. DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK if you are not satisfied after a ten-day trial! Order KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN today. Keep regular naturally. PROGRAM doing these days in Southwestern Bell's rural territ9ry,.We plan to connect 23,000, telephones In rural areas in Texas this year, and construction Sirprk is njoving ahead, ! The job of bringing good telephone service to thou* Hands of farms in our 250 exchanges is a big undertaking, It begins with a survey of each exchange to Determine fhe Mn d pud amount of construction jequired. Then farmers ar* interviewed, detailed plans ,'djrawn up, materials, o,rder ( e4, pd wjieji they arrive, jhe lines built and telephones installed. The purpose of this planning, organizing, and build- Ing is dependable, up-to-date rural telephone service, &"¥? Q* telephone s.e.ry}ce American farmers U's the fcind, of telephone servipe we plan le, 49«jner or later, to every fgrn^r in 'territory who wants it, ^~~ ' *** , J IQUTHflniRN IPU TfKEPHQNE \ •* \ f , ^ Parish Council of Calholic Women Meet Tomorrow The Parish Council of Catholic Women will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 in the home of Mrs. M. P. Roche, 1201 Mary Ellen. Mrs. Jacob Oarman. Jr., president, will have charge of the business meeting which will be followed by a program. Mrs. Pred Neslage will review Current Catholic topics and Mrs. Henry Nash will read a paper on "A Lay Woman Looks at Communism." All women of the parish are cordially invited to attend. Miss Holdeman and Don Schell are Wed In Shamrock Ceremony SHAMROCK —(Special)— Miss Nona Carolyn Holdeman. daughter of Mrs. Lydia Holdeman of Perryton and the late Harve Holdeman, became the bride of Don Schell. Shamrock, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Schell, of Perryton. 'Saturday evening. May 31. in the First Christian Church, White lilies in tall altar baskets and cathederal tapers in pyramid formation marked the setting for the ceremony, with Rev. Ward M. Gregg officiating. 1 Mrs. A. K. Wilson, pianist, and Mrs. Debs Riley. soloist, furnished the nuptial music. Miss Earllne Ragan was maid of honor, Bridesmaids were Misses Colene Schell, sister of the bridegroom, Florence and Ruby Patterson, neices ol' the bride, and Eileen Marshall. • Judy and Dolly Holdeman were flower girls. Darrel Kile was ring bearer and Bobby Kile, train bearer. The bride wore a gown of heavy duchess satin and angel white marquisette. Self covered buttons closed the back of the sculptured bodice and long sleeves, petal pointed. The marquisette yoke was edged with sequins and the full skirt extended into a sweeping train. Her fingertip veil of bridal illusion was capped with a 'tiara of seed pearls. Her bouquet was of white roses showered with satin streamers. Mrs. Holdeman wore a navy dress with a corsaga of red carnations. The bridegroom's mother chose a teal blue suit with a pink rose corsage. : A reception was held in the home of the bride's mother following the ceremony. The lace-covered serving table was centered with a three- tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride, and bridegroom. White tapers in crystal candelabra and bouquets of pink roses completed the setting. Mrs. Herman Wagner poured and Misses Mary and Betty, Holdeman and Esther Mae Fletcher assisted in serving. ' For traveling, the bride wore a teal blue suit with white accessories and a sorsage of pink roses. Mrs. Schell is a graduate of the Perryton High School and attended TSCW at Denton. During the past term she taught school in Lipscomb County. The bridegroom is also a graduate of Perryton High School and attended Draughan's Business College in Lubbock. He is owner and operator of Schell Tire and Supply. Shamrock, where they will make their home at 523 North Main. Tomorrow Is Ladies' Day at Country Club Members of the Ladies Golf Association will meet at the Country Club tomorrow morning for Ladies Day. A flag tournament has been planned following which luncheon will be served. Hostesses will be Mesdames Carl Leudders and. Mark Heath. All members are urged to attend. Worthwhile Club To Meet Friday. '• Members of the Worthwhile Home Demonstration Club will hold their regular meeting Friday afternoon lit 2 o'clock in the home of Mrs. W. H. McBride, 608.p. Foster. Read The Pampa News Want Ads ALMANAC I am at i'i@ end of my tether, JUNE ,18— War declared on Great Britain, 1812. l»-Flist Virginia Virginia to Union, 1863, -Hret day of jurranw, SWtosi«tcmoi» on Okinawa 1945, ... aj-rBattteof Sprtnafldd, 1780. ---- or Baawcfcbum secured Scottish , tad* Beautiful greeting carda for every <H;< casion. PAMPA OFFICE SUPPLY the State President Theia Rho Girls; Local Degree Team Awarded Cup Miss Paula Faye Franklin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Et N. Franklin, was elected president, at the Theta Rho State Assembly held in Mineral Wells June 7-8, and the local Theta Rho Girls Club degree team was awarded the cup-in the competitive degree work. They made a score of 99, The new officers were elected at the opening general session held Saturday morning and were installed in impressive ceremonies Saturday evening. Other state officers elected were Marie Pslnture, Goose Creek, vice president; Bessie Williams, Dallas, secretary; and Carmen Kuntz, Port Worth, treasurer. Paula Faye's appointive officers are Betty Jea'i Walls, Pampa. conductor; and Janics Marlar, Skellytown, outside guardian. Norma Killian, Pampa, was on the installing staff. Headquarters for the two-day assembly was the. Crazy Water Hotel. The girls were honored at a banquet Saturday evening at which Rev. D. M. Phillips, Hardin-Sim- nlons University, was guest speaker. Among the entertainment on the program were several songs by the Pampa Trio composed of Paula. Faye Franklin, Lorita Marsell, and Ruth Marie Castka; and tap dance numbers by the Killian Sisters, Norma and Reba. They also appeared on other programs during the assembly. The group left Pompa on a chartered bus Friday evening at 6:30 and returned Sunday night. They were accompanied by Mrs. E. N. Franklin, secretary of Theta Rho State Board of Control, and advisory officer of the local club; E. N. Franklin, team captain; Mesdames Robert Hollis, John Killinn and Barney Brummett, members of the advisory board; and Mrs. Roy Kretzmeir and Mrs. James King of the Rebeckah Lodge. Young Married Couples Class, First Christian Church, Has Steak Fry A steak fry was enjoyed recently by the Aquilla and Priscilla Young Married • Couples Sunday School Class of the First Christian Church at Lake McClelland. T-bone steaks, shoeslrlng potatoes, baked beans and all^f.he trimmings were enjoyed as well as the group singing held around the camp fire following the meal. Max Presnell is president of the class, Mrs. Joe Stephens, vice president, and Mrs. Roy Underwood, secretary. Mrs. Paul Hill is the class teacher. Those attending the outing were Messers. and Mesdames Max Presnell and children; Joe Stephens; Roy Underwood and daughter; Bill Warehime; Calvin Dittmore; Harry- P. McDonald, Jr.; Billy F. Morris; James Washington; B. R. Shultz; B. A. Norris and Paul Hill. Women's Auxiliary Presbyterian Church Meets Tomorrow A program on "Race Relations" will be presented tomorrow after- .noon when the Woman's,Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Church holds its regular meeting at 2:30 in the West Room of the church. Mrs. H. H. Hahn will be in. charge. The program will also include a playlet "Sense and Nonsense About Race" and the dedication of the day will be given by Mrs. L. W. will be provided at Jolly. A nursery the church during the meeting. Kit Kat, 7-1.1 Clubs . Have Skating Party The Kit Kat Klub will have a skating party tonight beginning at 6:30 at the Broadhurst Skating Rink, for their brother club, Seven-Eleven, and dates. This party will take the place of their regular meeting. Junior Odd Fellows To Meet Wednesday The Junior Odd Fellows, James Niver, president, will hold their regular meeting at-8 o'clock Wednesday .evening in the Odd Fellow Hall on West Brown, All members are especially urged to attend this meeting. Ruth Class Plans on Friday The Ruth Class of the First Bap- HF(. Church will hold its monthly focial Friday evening when a picnic will be held at 7 o'clock on the west side of Cuyier Street Park. Those attsnding are a.sked !o bring food for their family. The drinks, home-made ice cream and cake will be furnished by Group One, hostesses for the picnic. All members are urged to be present and bring guests. Mainly About Pampa and Her Neighbor Towns Mr. and Mrs. Don O. Egerton 309 N. Warren, announce the birth of a son. David Ross, at 8 p.m. on Firday. June 13. in Worley Hospital. The Infant weighed 5 Ibs. and 12 cz. at birth. Three-piece bedroom suite with springs and mattress. 9-plece dln- jng room suite, 6 inside doors, one set of full-size springs, kitchen sink —All in good condition. Bargain for nuick sale at 721 N. Frost. Phone 794 or 353.* Mary Lou and Donald Lee Jackson. Fort Worth, are visiting their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs, L. J. McCarty. 1020 N. Russell. Josh O'Neal and his Orcheslra will furnish the music for the col- ored.Dance June 19th at the Southern Club. Whites admitted.* Carl Bencfiel. Los Angeles, former manager of the Griffith Theatres in Pampa. has recently been appointed Los Angeles district manager of Western Amusements by the Griffith-Long Circuit in Dallas. . Watch for the new wrapper Golden Loaf Bread. Pampa Baking Co.* Mrs. Golclie Hollingsworth and daughter, Melverta. of Bakersfield, Calif., returned home today after visiting in the home of Mrs. Lillie McDonald. 422 N. Yager. They were accompanied home by Mrs. McDonald who will spend her vacation visiting her son. L. V.. and other relatives and friends at Bakersfield and elsewhere in California. Mrs. McDonald and guests visited in Oklahoma last week. We sell all Brands of Beer everyday and Sundays, ice cold by the can bottle or case. Southern Club.* Out-of-town visitors at the First Baptist Church Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. William B. Bingaman. Welda. Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Derrick. Jr.. Austin; Mr. and Mrs. J.'E. Leonard. Borger; John Williamson. Wichita Falls; Rex Sam Neill. Fort Worth; Rosalie Carter Childress; Mr, and'Mrs. Joe Z. Weaver. Houston; Susan Blevins. Breckenridge; Patricia Smith, Tulsa Okla.; and Doris Wainscott, Jonesboro, Ark. Clegg Instant Ambulance P.2454.* Dance at the Southern Club every Wed., Sat. and Sunday nite.* Among- other out-of-town visitors at the First Baptist Church Sunday were Reba Hunter. Eunice. N. M.; Ray E. Martin. Whitewright; Mrs. George D. Vick and Sandra. Few Gulf; J. -E. Mallow, Bartlesville. Okla.; Emil Wilson, Boswell. Okla.; Paul and Don Golin, Crowell; Kenneth E. Gordon. Oklahoma City; Mrs. Bill James. Wellington; Mrs. Sam Geoffrey, Corpus Christ!; Mrs. Joe D. Green, Paducah, Ky.; Mrs. John Robbins, Manhattan. Kans.; Private Jack L. Rose, Denver, Colo.; Sue Ann Skaggs. Amarillo; Jimmy Mitchell. Fort Worth; Katherine Allen. Robstown; Mrs. A. S. Oliver. Oakland. Calif.; Mrs. Ira Powell and daughter. Margaret Ann. Plainview; Mrs. J. W. Page. Leedy; Janette Roberts. Abilene; and Donna Ruth Benson, iireckenridge. Golden Loaf Bread. The freshest in town. Pampa Baking Co/ General Electric, Hoffman, Stewart Warner, Teletone, Howard and Brewster Radios and radio phonograph combination at Modern Appliance.* ' Stanley Products, Nylon Brushes PfctSCtLLA'S POP By Ai Vermeer rwish you'd stop calling it a "hgppy accident/ faidb/ Tfafect my /s fina/ty fixed— that machine The "King" Butterfly Chair Set 5155 By MRS. ANNE CABOT A giant of a butterfly—in fact ft " " king of th& butterflies as crocheted cljair-back piece measure* a Jittle over 1$ inches from wing tifl to wing tip! 1 Inner section^ of the wings aye jnadf in the fawows pineapple design—^AWter Q{ ylflffiMfflp beautifully lacy open work. i* find lovely •te $eceii vwy to crochet and will want to make (three or four sets to use as wedding gifts. To obtain complete crocheting instructions for the King Butterfly Chair Set (Pattern No."51.65) seivi 15 c.enl£ in CQJl?, phjs i cent.pjQBjr age, YOUR NAME, ADDRESS and ^he PATTERN NIJM9ER to Anne Cabot, The Pampa News, U^D Avp- American, New Y-orfc; 18, N. Y. Call 588W. Mrs. Waechtcr. Miss Orma Jean McCarty. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. McCarty. left yesterday for Port Worth where she will enter training at the St. Joseph's School of Nursing. St Joseph's Hospital. Miss McCarty attended Pampa schools, was graduated from the San Marcos Academy at San Marcos, and attended Oklahoma University at Norman. Just one of our many sen-ices is pick-up and delivery. Call 88 Pampa Dry Cleaners.* Mr. and Mrs. \V. B. Mitchell. 633 N. .Faulkner, visited in Wichita Tails One day lasu week. Don't be embarrassed by the appearance of your clothing. Let us do your cleaning work. Master Cleaners.'* Mrs. Jack Davis is spending the week In Lakeview visiting relatives. Those 20 and 24-inch bicycles arc in. It's really wonderful exercise to ride a bike. See them at Roy and Bob's Bicycle Shop. 414 W. Browning.* Mr. and Mrs. Houston Allen and children, Rosamond and Orlin. 639 .N. Faulkner, are spending the week vacationing in Colorado. 2 outboard motors for sale also 12 gaugae pump shot gun. K. & R. Service Station, 322 N. Cuyier.* Mi-, and Mrs. W. B. Mitchell had as their guests over the weekend Miss Jo Williamson and Miss Rosalie Carter of Wichita Falls. Your Laundry and Dry Cleaners for quick and better service. Wet wash, thrifty and finish. Call The Laundry Number 675.* Mrs. Sam Goeffrey and son. Sammy. Corpus Chrlsti. are visiting her sister. Mrs. H. L. Polk. Bee Queen and Maytag at Sno White Washateria. Help your self and Wet Wash. Ph. 2580." Pfc. Jack Rose visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Rose, over weekend. Jack is with the Air Corps and is stationed in Denver, colo. Cab Drivers needed. Apply Peg's ,Cab Stand. 221 N. Cuyier.* Billy Bailard. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mitchell, is visiting in Fort Worth. Mrs. John Robbins. Manhattan. Kans., left this morning after visit- ins in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Rose. 427 S. Banks, the past week. She is the former Katherine Rose. Sub-District Meets The First Methodist. Church will be host to the sub-district Youth Fellowship tonight for a meeting ] at which officers will be elected for > the coming year. Registration begins at 7:30 and the j business meeting at 8 will be presided over by Clell Breining. Lefors, president. Viernes Club Honors r '£ Mrs. B. M. McMiillen Ai Farewell Luncheon A luncheon v;as given by mem- rs o'f the Viemes Club Friday in thf- home of Mrs. Paul Crouch hon- criJin Mrs. R. M. MrATullen. Mr: and Mrs. MfMiiik-n are planning to rr.ove to Odessa in the near future. Thf? honoree was presented a Icnrlv silver cream and sugar service as n "going-away" gift from the ciub. Mrs. McMullf-n expressed her ppprrciatiOM for the gift and told (lie mcmb.?r; of the pleasure she iu;d derived from being a member o! the club. Following the luncheon a program was presenrecl in which a discussion was held on "Hof to-Improve the Club and Make it More Interesting". All members were ui-f.ecl to attend the next meeting at which HP'.v ofiU'crr, will be elected. It will be held i;i the home of Mrs. C. L. Marler. 1100 Terrace, at 2:30 Friday afternoon, June 27. Attend! MS were Mesdames Mc- Mtillfin, I... R- Floyd, J. S. McBride, A.C. Cruwfovd, Flaherty, Homer Dot L'eit. Marler. and Harold Payne. Letterheads, envelopes, office form*. Th« Parana New*. BUY QUALITY FAINTS • Outside White 0 Enamels • Varnish • Roof Paints 6 Floor Fillers WALLPAPER • Builders Hardware Window Screens Door Frames & Doors Chrome Hardware & Moldings • Corner Cabinets • Mantels • Plenty of Kiln Dried Lumber £ Screen Doors & Hardware 0 Windows, Complete Sets • Kitchen Colored Tile Board \ Foxworth-Galbraiih Lumber Co. 214 E. Tyng Phone 209 0ftfte TTVERYWHERE today, the swing is to Nash. |~> You see it on the highway, in your neighborhood. In city after city, leading dealers are handling Nash. And listen to the "talk" about new cars H ', I the fine performance o/ the 1947 Nash "600" . ." . its big car economy of 25 to 30 miles on a gallon at moderate highway speed . I . its single-unit body-and-frame. The talk is about Nash Conditioned Air—automatic fresh air heut, and ventilation . . . banishing cold, dust, drafts and smoke from motoring forever! I nitizvd /The talk is about the room in a Nash — extra headroom, seat-room, leg-room — the big double bed you : can have in the back. ; The talk is about easy handling : t ': the wonderful ride of coil springing at all four wheels. And the lulk is about value—a Nash "600" is low in price. Thlt* then — is why Nash popularity is breaking all records. See your dealer now, drive a new Nush "600," or its running mate, the Nash Ambassador. Product of Nash research and engineering, new Uiiitized body-frame construction set* the pattern for tomorrow. Built a new way, with frame antibody welded into a single •teel- glrilered unit, It is lighter and immeasurably stronger. 8000 spot welds eliminate weak body bolts anil noise-making joint*. Set your Nash dealer, too, for the kindoj modern automobile service you've been waiting for. *""Tto jj $tf^&Ait ? O9t/lAeA/ieM/irJt/t/ljaLdLfL~£^ NASH COMPANY 114*16 South Frost, Pampa 4 ,'

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