Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 2, 1963 · Page 17
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 17

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 2, 1963
Page 17
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e*4._/ Daughter Appreciates Her Mom 'N Dad fly ABIGAIL VAN BUREN Training Conference Set By State PTA Congress [Complete Foods, Yes ! Perfect Foods, No 56TH VEAB THE PA.VTPA DAFLY NEWS SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 13B.1 17 A leadership training confer- Worth, state president, will greet i L. Robinson, Paris, state Q-Are milk and egg* perfect ° fher Hairy pr ° fl " cts have men >' foods? n ^ ' ne advantages possessed hy A—There is no one perfect food. mi "< itself. But both milk (and dairy products, - Kggs are valuable as a relative- gencrally) and eggs arc relatively', , c(e food beca h complete foods. Dr. Roger .1. Wil-! ,liams, director of the Clayton Bio-| egg has in ll everything' that i.s chair-(Chemical Institute at the Univer-'.required to build a complete baby Looking for a strong yrflr in '6.1 is mink — in a do^.en natural colors and more than 50 shades-— ranging from pure while through hci^es. brown, lavender, blue, gray and deep gnnmetal. DEAR ABBY: I have your column for years and "jcnce, titled "Focus on the Family participants, and James T. Oj>g,jman of education for family liv jsity of Texas, stales, "As is well chick. Eggs contain all the build- followed grandfather and I am only If), and 1—Strength Through Parent Educa-j superintendent of the (il-adcwator ' ing, and Mrs. Danforth. I known, milk is a relatively perfect! ing materials necessary for t h c- Read the News Classified Ads have quietly applauded your advice to I wouldn't think of kissing him on i lion," and sponsoded by the Texas public schools and state workshop; CHRONIC Dt-lP-SEATED PAIN* the lips. Now every time he sees rcen-agcrs. In raising my o w n. me he kiddingly tells me I daughter I went through all the normal trials and tribulations. Half the time I had a deep sense of failure. Our daughter is now married and lives 800 miles away. We correspond regularly. Her last letter m-ade me so happy I want to share part of its contents with you. You may publish it to let other parents know that the long hard fight they put up to raise good children is well worth the effort: "Dear Mama: Since I have been married, and how that I am approaching parenthood, I've clone a lot of thinking. To you and Daddy I want to say 'thank you.' I don't believe any child ever really appreciates its parents while they are under the same roof. First, I want (o thank you for being a good husband and wife to each other. Mom, by just being you, you taught me so much about being a good wife without saying a word. If I can be just half the mother to my children as you were to me, I'll be satisfied. I mean all the love and attention, nnd even all the "hounding" you -did when you thought it necessary him owe Congress of Parents and Teachers, j chairman, will preside. will be held June 4-G at Kinsnlvingl Other members of the steering ! cation, Texas Education Agency,! ' n nis , Miss Ruth Huey of Austin, di-j foocl for y™'ng animals, inclucl- nourishment of every kind of cell G)VEN FASTER-LONGER RELIEF ! rector of home and family life edu-i in K young children." I that enters into the make-up of , . ._ . J t._ i.• ..-.i-i i a kiss and he makes a grab Dormitory on the campus of the committee are Dr. C. S. Knape,i w j|| gj ve ( ne k e y no te address. a Nutshell," read "Nutrition in entire fowl, and for this for me. [ feel so self conscious ; University of Texas, Austin. At- j psychologist at the Veterans around him. I find myself dodg-j lending from Pampa will he Mrs. ! ministration Hospital, Waco, ARTHRITIC, RHEUMAtIC victim. offered n ,,,.... , , i ., , , n '" hopcl Specin! Enteric Coated Tab- Dr. Williams adds, constitute one of the most com- ,„„ quirk | y , nler blood , tr((om ffoit( Participants will include the "' l ( m ilk) is not quite perfect for plete foods available." int.stm.,. v/;n not nou«eoi«. Reducing state board, district chairmen ofi a n indefinite period; it lacks iron: unc °- id _<I»'<MY Spr,ndi^ i org , r i n!t . ing him. Am I being childish? How James Lewis, state chairman of |. state chairman of menial health; ; education for family ivingand fnl " nne thing, but it has many For best flavor, a watermelon Mrs. Marvin Armstrong, L u b- council representatives. General i virtues. Nature has prepared it for 'should be chilled about 12 hours , can I keep him in his place? budget and finance. }!, Mrs. W. J. Danforth of Fort; bock, state vice president; Mrs. J. OLD-FASHIONED; DEAR OLD-FASHIONED: Yoir can keep him in his place by "kid- dingly" calling him "Grandpa." J don't think you're being childish— j 1 think you're being wise. j „ ......... . ,. .. . Class of the First Baptist Church Thomas Thornc Clara Vandover 'l mornin S of June 4 - with Mrs - T ' DEAR ABBY: I am planning a ' me! Friday at 8 a.m. in the Pnm-: r P a,, C rson' Rachel Hullo' f W> Ru ' lctl « e ° f Dallas state chair• ^ ld idtieison, KdcnLi nuuo, , man of ccninci | Si presiding. Mrs. ; Moore, P. G. Turner, Ethel ten state vice presidents will be ! Evans. 0. A. Davis, T. V. Lane,; on a panel, and the 22 district Bethany SS Class In Breakfast Meet The Bethany Sunday S c h o o 1 (Winter, C. L. McKinney, A. assemblies, group meetings, a pan- us: llr >l'ke most foods it is not one- 1 before serving. Other flavors mix el, a film and an evaluation are : sic 'ed, and the nutrition of most; with watermelons, so when sior- on the agenda. j people would be improved if they i ing, cut the melon and wrap the consumed more of it. Cheeses and i cut surface with waxed paper. party to which I would like to in- P« Hotel for breakfast. A council seminar will be held the evening of June .T and the RICHARD DRUG J<>« Tonloy—1'nmpn'H Synonym for Drugs 111 N. Cttylcr MO 4-5747 vite a sister-in-law of mine who is, Mrs. 0. A. Davis gave the invo- separated from her husband. An- i cation. other one of my sisters-in-law says i Mrs. Rachel Hufto gave the de-, ip , she will not come if the one who V ntion using the topic, "Conquer- i L - H. Greene. Doshia Anderson, 0. ^ £.' is separated from her husband is invited. I do not want to hard feelings. I want them both. What should I do? PUZZLED RELATIVE DEAR PUZZLED: Invite the one who is separated from her husband. The OTHER sister-in- law has no business putting you on the spot. CONFIDENTIAL TO LENA: To remind your husband not to lift those heavy tool boxes, label them HIS and HERNIA. ing 1-ear. cause Following reports, Mrs. C. I..; Austin and Miss Edn« King. McKinney dismissed the g r o u p j with prayer. Use pliable roof paint to patch „ r . . . . . , Mrs. Danforth will preside at the | r. KRcrton. J..Z/..C ^ Henry. Came anm|a , J(|ne mee(jng of (he exea| . * ' "* ' ' ' live committee. She will also meet with the seven new district presi- Attending were Mines. Mabel i a leaky pardon hose. dents for a period of information, ! ! nnd later with the entire group. to gel after me about brushing my teeth, practicing the piano, and .going to church fellowship. For teaching me right from wrong, for'swer to your letter, write ABBY, teaching me to love and to share. Box 33C5, Beverly Hills, Culif. And for giving me faith when For a personal, unpublished an- everything seemed lost, I thank Don't put off writing letters. you with all my heart. I love both ! Send one dollar to Abby for her you and Daddy very, very much." i booklet, "How To Write Letters That's it, Abby. Can you blame 'For All Occasions." me for being — Manners Make Friends A PROUD MAMA DEAR PROUD: Certainly not. And the pride you feel at this moment is well deserved. Congratulations! DEAR ABBY: The girls in my department got together and gave j our foreman a surprise party for his 50th birthday. We had a birthday cake and all pitched in to buy 'him a wallet. After we sang "Happy Birthday" we lined up to give him a kiss. When it was my .turn, I offered him my cheek. He said he didn't want THAT kind of p '•;<:<; f rom nie Abby. he i» a 'The squelcher" takes much joy out of life. Why spoil another's enthusiasm by being overly critical? uirimer ne vc/rcup Reg. $2.98 to $5.98 Reg. 6.98 to $8.93 Reg. to $15 Ohon-ip your favorites from this large of Straus, l;uvs. florals, linens in the most, styles ... in white and colors. Come cariv. Millinery . . . 3rd floor v: Women's Perfect For Summe r Sun And Fun $4.99 VALUE Widths X and M All Sizes! One Eyplct Tie in Black and Chino I unio treat yourself to the many looks of coordinates Plaldr, prints and checks. Stripes and solids, too. All In easy-care 6.Vp Dacron polyester — 35% cotton. The colors match and mingle — and every itylo has a partner. Sizes 5 — 13. Count the many looks you get for daytime, playtime! Fun looks! Fashioivy looks! 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