Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 19, 1947 · Page 4
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Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, June 19, 1947
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weekend finical Lake pM f%llo*s. Rtfbekahs and Thcta «no GBrls have been invited to at- tWKJ ft weekend picnic nt McClellan Jgfce Otis weekend by the Junior OSS Fellows. They were asked to ftiwi at the Odd Fellow Hall Sat- tfro&tf night at 7 o'clock and go to tri6 Iftkfe in a group. Th6 boys have planned a midnight Wifeifeii' roast and will also furnish pfrtjpare and sen'e breakfast Sunday mottling to all those attending. Worthy Mairon Names Cfiffiiliees for Year PANHANDLE —(— Com- Iniltees for the year vere oppointed by Mrs. Essie Wentherly. Worthy Matron, when the Panhandle Chnp- ter of the Eastern Star met Monde}' evening. Appointees were, yearbook. Mes- dafttes Weatherly, W. E. Dart and Elmer Padget; program, Mrs. Glenn Downs; music. Ben Stone and Mes- dafrnes N. Taylor. S. G. Bobbitt, John Stone, D. C. Landon and Allen Johnson; publicity, Mrs. C. F. Kood; examining, Mesdamss J. E. Southwood, Glenn Downs and Thomas Stone; finance. Messrs and Mesdames Elmer Psidget and Ralph Metcalf; instruction, Mesdames Clarn Cornelius and Letha Gramcr; flowers. Mrs. W. E. Dart; decorations, Mesdnmcs Laverne Edwards. Ben Stone and Victor Held; telephone, Mcsdame.s M. B. Welsh and Thomas Stone; hospitality, Mc.s- dames A. M. Pembcrton, Spiccr Gripp, Prank Sparks, C. C. Lsuv- son, L. H. Skaggs, F. M. Nickall fend Jolin S. Sparks. Plans were mode to sewn refreshments at the public installation of Masonic ollicers next Tiles- day evening. Refreshments were .served by Mrs. Weatherly. Mrs. Parker Takes Firsl in Tournameni Mrs. D. L. Parker took first place in the Flag Tournament held by the Pampa Ladles Golf Association Wednesday. Mrs. Ernie Hardin won second, both winners received balls. Preceding the tournament the froun decided to meet next Wednesday, June 25, and have a low net and low gross game. , Mrs. Carl S. Lcudders and Mrs. Mark Heath served the luncheon to the following members: Mesdames D. L. Parker, Ernie Hardin, Ralph M. Bellamy, B. T. Adkins. W. P. Fade, Clvde M. Whittle, Frank Baker, Earl Scheig. Mickey Prigmore, and Jack Merchant. Mmes. Obrecht and Walker Are Appointed State HD Delegates PANHANDLE - (Special)— Mrs. Paul Obrecht. and Mrs. Otis Walker were elected as delegates to,the Texas State Home Demonstration meeting to be held in Galveston in August, when the Carson County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs met in the Commis- f;iontrs Court Room, Monday. Mrs. L. D. Critcs and Mrs Lo3'd Thorp were chosen as alternates. Mrs. L. N. Vance, presided over •the business meeting- and Mrs. Paul Obrecht read an essay. "Teaching Our Youth the Art of Contentment in Rural Life." Miss Charlotte Tampkins, homo demonstration agent, gave a report on ths recent locker school r.t V/hite Deer. This was the last meeting of the Council until fall. Worthwhile HD Club Will Meet Friday With Mrs. McBride Mrs. W. H. McBride, 608 E. Foster, will be hostess tomororw afternoon at 2 o'clock to members of the Worthwhile Home Demonstration .Club when they hold their regular semi-monthly meeting. PILE Sin! But Now! Grin Thousands change groans to grins. VSK a doctors' formula to reliovo diacomlort of piles. Sent druggists by nntcd Thornton & Minor CUnto. Surprising QUICK palliative rclipt of pain, itcli. irritation. Tends to soften, shrink swelling. Usn dr.etars' way. Get tube Thornton & Minor's Rectal Ointment or Rectal Suppositories today. Follow label directions. For Si>)« nt al) rlr"* »1nr«» f>vfM"iTvh<M-c. In Pampa at CRETNEY DRUO Iti PAGE 4 Pampa News, Thursday, June 19, 1947 The Social Calendar THURSDAY (i;W» Thn C.irls' JSnscmWc of tlic Firsl Uaiiltst < 'iiurcli will moot nt the church with Mrs. Alack lllatt directing. S.-OO Kel'pknhs will meet In IOOF Hall. Formal Inltlntlmi. FRIDAY 12:00 Jayeer.- Kites will have luncli- t'on meeting in AVIlum's Uinliif; Koom. 2:0d Skclly-KlnsKiTiill Club will meet with Mr«. Civrn .Smith. (iJ.'Hi N. Ffiulknrr. 2:0i) Worthwhile IIP riiili, Sir.'s. \V II. Mi-Hriilf. t>«8 !•:. >\>stor. •J."M SUvll.vlowu IttJ Club, Shell Club It. .use. T:0» IMith Cl.-iss nf First H.'iptisl Chin-i'li tn Inive iilcnk' on \ niclc of Cuylf'r Sli-fct 1'ark. 7 ::'.<> SiiiKii'K »l While IH-i-r Church i>f Christ. S:00 Knstfni Stivr im'flhiK ill Masonic Hall al \Vhiu- Door. SATURDAY 2:0(1 (.;rny iV'inity I-JI Club Council SI vie Show In City Club Kooins. 7-1111' Junior odd l-Yllnws will Inive v.vHi.-nc) iiii'iilc ;it lialu- .MeClelliin. i kill Fellows, Iteli, Uahs and Thi'l-.i Uho i ill-Is invited. Mci't at IOUF Hall and i;o In lake in u Kroiip. SUNDAY 2:00 i;cimi"ii nf I'ampa Iliuh School '.'lass i.f |;i|ii tn be hel ilal .McClelland l.uke. KU-i'tinn of iill'lcel's n,id elitci-- tainiiient iilaiinvd. I'.riuu iiii'iiu- luucH- Three New Members Are Initiated Inio Junior Odd Fellows The Junior Odd Fellows, at their rc-eular mcetinc; in IOOF Hall last niaht, initiated two new members, Mnrk Buizard and Billie Cummings. and H ne'.v senior member, H. B. Lawley. Plans were mntlc for installation of new officers at Die meeting nest Wednesday night nt 8 o'clock, and also for tlie weekend picnic at Lake McClellan. Cnk? arid ice cream, furnished by Wilson Drus Company, were rowed to the 20 members and five senior members attending. 'cs and Jayive-Ktt at I. like t ict hlnu'. iif Mainly About Pampa and Her Neighbor Towns Mr. and Mrs. Merle R. Moore ami Mr. find Mrs. S. O. Metz of Dalhart, visited in the home of Mrs. Charlotte Moore, Sunday. Three piece l)etiro;im suite with springs and mattress; n piece dining ' l,Mk"luii. Hall. MONDAY V»i> I'vlhian Sit-l«'i-s svill Carpenter Hall. S:IMI Kstcr Clnli will meet. TUESDAY I. 1 :"" lb.|ikins IIP Clnh. 7:iin K'ii Kill K'lnh. 7-inl |, as d'csas Club. ':':!" Thi-lii. I'.ho tilrls Club, Inws Hall. s :'iii Social meeting of H nnd I'VV Club. SMMI SI'l-IISSUSA. Ji School Auditorium. WEDNESDAY L':"H I'-rienilly Hour .Scwlnji i.'lub with Mrs. M. F. i.Iibson. l:;u» Merry Mixers Siiubeaiu ItivuU uf Central I'.aiitist. Church. S:oo .Timlin- odd Follows. KXJF Hall. New officers In be installed. Side Closing 8138 By SUE BURNIiTT Buttons parading clown the side miike a smart finish on this versatile daytime dress. Cap sleeves are warm weather favorites, a neat belt tics pertly at one side. Bold stripes will be vary effective. Pattern No. 8138 is for sizes 12, 14, 16, 13, 20; 40 and 42. Size 14, 37/8 yards of 3o or 39-inch. - For this pattern, send 25 cents, Tn COINS, your name, address, sisie dpsircd, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Pampa News, 1150 Avc. Americas, New York 19, N. Y. The Spring Issue of FASHION' will delight you with its wealth of sewing suggestions for every home dressmaker. Special fashions by topnotch designers, personality charts, free printed pattern in the book 25 cents. room suite, 6 inside dors, one set of full size springs, kitchen sink- all in pood condition. Bargain for quick sale at 721 N. J-Vost. Phone 704 or 353." IMrs. Stephen Oari'.ngrhouse and clauRhter Janna Kay, of Berkeley. Calif., nre visiting in the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert, Klscr, 728 Buckler. Mrs. W. C. Lylcs. Borgcr, is also visiting in the Sam iiuiistnii; Kiser home. Going somewhere? Arc your clothes ready? Send them to Master Cleaners and be safe.* Richard Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hughes, 520 W. Francis underwent a nose operation today in St. Joseph's Hospital, Amnrlllo Speed Queen and Maytag at Sno White Washateria. Help your scl" and wet wash. Phone 2580. Mrs. It. S. Chism will arrive by plane Friday from Los Angeles Calif., where she was called by the sudden illness of her husband. Mrs Chism, whoso home is In Houston had previously been in Pampa witr her sister, Mrs. Coleman Williams 514 N. Russell, who was ill. Mr Chism was in Los Angeles on a business trip when taken ill. !\Ii Lady's Beauty Shop will opci for business on June 23. Call 403 for an :jipoinV,mcnt.* Miss Nancy SulHvin has returned from Wellington where she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pink Sullivan. Mr. Farmer let us insure thii good wheat crop for 30 days agains loss by fire and lightning, while I is in the field, while being harvest cd, while being hauled and while ii storage, nt a cost of only $4.30 pe One Thousand Insurance. Duncai Insurance Agency, Duncan Bldg. Phone 739.* Miss Lcma Jane Butcher, 415 Ycager, left Saturday for Los Angeles, Calif., to attend summer school at the University of Southern California. Dance tonitc al the Southern Club to Josh O'Neal and his orchestra, to Vic Diaz 7-pieca Orch., Saturday nitc to Roy Terry's Orchestra Sunday note and to Floyd Sykes 10- piece Orch., of Amarillo next Wed., nite. In Pampa its Southern Club for your pleasure.* Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Stevens have returned from Oblong, 111., where they visited her mother, Mrs. Clara For'cum. They also visited friends in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Watch for the new wrapper. Gold- irocery !t On Your Beautifully Remodeled Store PTfD ATTTTTB t 1 f»n rUnlUlUnt UJ. Quality Home Furnishings J iray Couniy found!, 4-H Clnte, Will Give Fashion Show Saturday, 2 P. M. The Gray County Council of 4-H Clubs will hold its fashion show Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the City ;iub Rooms. All 4-H girls in the county Will participate. Mrs. J. C. Steward, county 4-H ub sponsor, will be in charge and rtsent the medals to the winners >f the various divisions, including iprons. skirts, blouses, playsuits. nci street or school dresses of summer materials. Awards will be given or first, .second and third place •mners in each group. Main event of the show will bo he selection of a girl to model In he State Clothing Revue to be icld in September at College Sta- ion. She must bo nt least 14 years if age. The fashion show. "Tlie Modern MC.SS and tlie Modern Miss", will be iresenlcd In two scenes. Tlic first vill be a court scene in which "The Modern Mess" will bs tried for vio- tittons of t?ood grooming. The judge. Miss Belle Steward, Blue Ribbon 31ub. will pass sentence and in- ist upon attendance at the cloth- ng review. In the next scene the girls will model the clothes they lave made. The Gray County Council of Koine Demonstration Clubs has fur- lishcd the money for purchase of ;he medals. Community canning centers in nany localities help to preserve hrsilthful foods for use in lunches <-ervfd under the National School lunch Program. Ruih Class Will Hold Picnic Friday, 1 P. M. A picnic has been planned by members of the Ruth Class of the First Baptist Church for their regular monthly social. It will be held Friday evening at 7 o'clock on the west side of Cuyler Street Park. Drinks, home-made ice cream and cake will be furnished by Group One, but those attending are asked to bring food for their group. All members nre urged to attend and bring guests. Golf Tournament Is Progressing to End In the City Golf Tournament, which started June 9 and will continue through June 25, the following winners have come through the first round of play: f Champ Bracket) Mrs. Carl S. Leuddcrs over Mrs. Mickey Prigmore; Mrs. Charles Ducnkrl over Mrs. Ralph Bellamy; Mrs. Mark Heath over Mrs. W. P. Fade; (First Flight) Mrs. Earl Schelg, over Mrs. Ernie Hardin; and Mrs. Frank Baker over Mrs. B. T Adkins. THE WOMEN •*Seek Husband's Advice Before Buying fey ftfctfi Mltlfitl NBA Staff Writer When Papa buys ft new suit Mams, usually goes along. She figures she is better able than he to judge just what looks good on him. But when Mama goes to make an important purchase for herself, she KOCS alone or takes another woman with her. Result: Both Mama and Papa are pleased with Papa's suit, but all too often not even Maina is pleased with her purchase. Then why don't women take their husbands with them when they they make their more important clothes selections? A husband Is a. fine clothes critic. He doesn't have his head full of pre-concelved ideas planted there by fashion magazines interested in plugging the current "promotions." He doesn't give a hoot whether a suit has "the new sleeves" or the "fashionable rllhouette." All he knows is whether what the little woman tries on is becoming or not. Without wasting words he says "That's swell" or "That's terrible." And his judgment is almost always right. He may not know clothes, but he knows when a woman looks well in what she is wearing. ASKING ADVICE FIRST But instead of using their husband's clothes criticism constructively—by asking their advice before they buy—most women buj their clothes first and then say, "How do you like it?" Then their feelings arc hurt 11 Luncheon Meeting Tomorrow at Noon For Jaycee-Ettes The Jaycee-Ettes Will hold their regular monthly luncheon meeting tomorrow at noon in Wilma's Din- Ing Room. All members are urged to attend. new hftt or dress doesn't get their husbftnds vote of confidence and approval. Lefors H D Club Holds Covered Dish Luncheon Members of the Lefors Home Demonstration Club met in the home of Mrs. I. F. Peterson last ah fcspftragus rhubarb canning demonstration and a covered dish luncheon... Mts. ft. L. Spice find Mrs. Pelit emtffe ; et ;ersoh stration. Mrs. Spence. president) presided over the meeting following tfie luncheon. Mrs. Jack Prathef gavl an interesting report on a recent ' talk made by Dr. Julian M. Key Oil "Health." It was announced that the next meeting would be held at 2 o'clock on Thursday. June 26, with Mrs. B. D. Vaughn. . . Attending were Mesdames Spenee. Vaughn, Prather. Brewer, and P. f. Scurlock; and a guest, Mrs. M, A. McNabb. PAMPA MONUMENT CO. Cemetery Memorials ED FORAN, Owner 601 E. Harvester Phone 1151 CONGRATULATIONS TO Suttle Grocery & Market A Fine Sfore Texas ElecSric Appliance Co. 208 W. Browning Phone 747 en Loaf Bread. Pampa Baking Co.* Clegg Instant Ambulance. F.2454.* Mr. and Mrs. Willis I,. Stark, 506 N. Carr, are the parents of a 6 pound, 10 ounce boy born at 10;45 a. m. yesterday at the Webb Clinic. The child has been named Johnny Joe. Cab Drivers needed. Apply Peg's Cab Stand. 221 N. Cuyler.* Dance nt the Southern Club every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday night. Beer all the time. Ph 9545.* Mr. and Mrs. Louis Allen, 628 N. Russell, announce the birth of a baby girl at 12:30 a. m. Wednesday, June 18. at the Pampa Hospital. She has been named Teresa Louisa. One only Dolly Madison Ice Cream freezer at Modern Appliance.* Get your bicycle tires and tubes at K. and R. Service Station. 322 N. Cuyler.* Dave Gabriel, a patient in AVor- ley Hospital, is reported to be improving. Stanley Products, NyJon Brushes. Call 580 W. Mrs. Waechter.* Don't forget the reunion for the class of '46 to bo held at Lake Mc- Clollan Sunday P. M. ,Tune 22.* Mrs. Howard Ilallford, 719 E.| Browning, has returned from Scooba, Miss., where she spent her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Webb Clark. She was met in Oklahoma City by Mr. Hallford and daughter- Mrs. Truett Thompson. Call Your Laundry number 675 for wet wash, thrifty and finish. Pick up and delivery service.* Henry Kolfo anil Dewey Stafforrt have returned from Virginia and other Eastern states where they spent their vacation. Bicycles! 20 and 21 inch Boys and Girls style. See them at Roy and Bob's Bike Shop. 414 W. Brown- Inp.* H. A. Turner, Skellytown, has returned to his home after being a patient in Worley Hospital. Golden Loaf Bread — Pampa Baking Co. Home owned. Home Operated.* Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. VVhit- tington and daughter, Marcia, 1017 E. Francis, visited recently in Ouy- mon, Okla. Needlecraft Club SHAMROCK — especial)— Mrs. John B. Harvey was hostess to a group of guests and members of the Needlecraft Club at her hpme recently. ' Refreshments were served to the following guests: Miss Geneva Zeigler, Mrs. Earl Koger, Mrs. Ada Risk, Mrs. Clyde Whittle, and Mrs. Tom Brown of Calif., and to these members: Mines. C. L. Reavis, J. F. Solomon, R. A. Nichols, Sr., Ed R. Wallace. A. R. Hugg, H, T. Fields, J. B. Zeigler, and T...H. Sonnen- SUTTLE HAS FINISHED EXTENSIVE NEW MODERN EQUIPMENT INCLUDING TILE FLOOR • WEBER CASES FRUIT DISPLAYS • BIRDSEYF FREEZER 9 WARREN FISH and POULTRY CASE • The management is very proud of its modern Saturday Only There Will Be store and cordially invites everyone to drop in DemonslralUHIS of Salad Dressings, ek. and look it over. ^ a LOOK AT THESE VALUES FREE Saturday Only Pickncy Sunray Baked Ham Sandwiches with Morton Potato Ships COFFEE Del Monte, Ib. . . 39' FACIAL TISSUE 1 Cc Box ' v All Flavors box Jello JELLO PUDDING 9' box 9C PORK CHOPS End Cut Ib. ....... 55< DBEFT Box 31' Toilet Tissue CHARMING 4 SCOTT 45c 12c CHUCK ROAST 35c Lb wV Quart PICKLES 18o DILL AND SOUR Pint lOc Chewing Gum 5< pkg. Hershey Bars ^^^ S%fH RACON SLAB Armour's Star, Ib. ..... 1 1 CHEESE I Assorted, jar ,„,,,,„•, 19' SUTTLE GROCERY & MARKET 407 N, CUYUR FREE DELIVERY

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