Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 3, 1946 · Page 8
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 8

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, March 3, 1946
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Sunday, Ma^h 3, 1946 fcf • ¥ 8ficte-To-Be (Specia-)) — Mfss "freidft tfise and Mrs. Allen Steoker Mf&'e. corhostesses at a bridge-break- Tfigfefrrai Ifl honor 6f Miss Ahriarehe AtkinSon, bride-elect of John T. .BtSWrlfc, Saturday morning. The affair WAS given in the Hise home on Sotith Choctaw street. FLOWERS * For Every Occasion PARKER'S BLOSSOM SHOP fr. Ciiyler Phone 21 A'n .arrangement tff vati-'cblbretJ sweet peas decorated the dinirig room. Corsages of sweet peas weve given each guest as favors. At. bridge. ..high score pYize was awarded to Mrs. J. W. Blake, and low to Miss Mary Lee Davis. The honoree received many useful and attractive Drifts presented by the guests Breakfast was served to IVtiSses: Mnry Lsr Davis and Mildred Cole of White Deer: Mcsclames James S. Atkinson. Dallas; M. M. Phillips. Tyler: J. W. Blake, Scott McCali, \Vnyne Poy. and (he honoree, Mi.=s Atkinson. Dinosaur pegs discovered in Mon- golin n few years have a m.irlcet price it's Simple. It's ntiuiKinp:, how quickly one may lose pound.-* of bulky, unsightly fat ripht in your own home. Make Ibis i^oipc yourself. .It's easy—no trouble ;ifinl and costs little. It contains nothing harmful. Just go to your rlmstrir-t ind ask for four ounces of 'iqui' 1 Barcentrate (fonnr '.y cal^cn^irc'.-: Concentrate). Pom- this in'.u ;\ pi-.-.'. bottle and add enough •;;»-,-.'i'-.-uu juice to fill the buttle. Then t.-kc • two tab!e?ponr*?ful tv/icc ;i day. That's all there Is to it. If the very first bot* 1 " :'.ML" n'l show thp simnlo. "n«v >vnv t' 1 loso j bulky fat. ar.d help regain slender, i more, graceful curves; if reducible pounds and inches of excess fat :!on't jus'i. seem to disappear almost !ikc iiKiii'C from nrck, coin, arinf. bust, abdomen, hips, >::iH'cs and an!<!"?, ,'Mst rc'.ur:i the empty bottle in;- you;- ir.'irvy bnc-i.. Follow- the easy \v:iy endpr?c>o by many •viio have 'rit'd this pbn and help | briiifj back a'lurinj; c-urves am) '. .!jr::cc"\i! F'.cr..'.;/:ic>;s. Koto bow quickly blorU disappears—how much littler you feel. More. a.ivr> I youUil'ul nvM'cnrinsr smd uctivo THE PAMPA HIGH SCHOOL CHORAL CLUB Will Appear in a CONCERT -DIRECTED BY MISS LANELL «f- 55r 4^ *^'' •' AfE-lJvTOBlUft SHAMfttick, tdircb. 2 (Spetial)— 1 The Wheeler cofin'ty' home denWn - sfrnMoh coinr:!! met in the district court room at 2:30 o'clock, Saturday, February 23. Mrs. Clarence Zybach was elected vice-chairman to fill the vacancy of Mrs. C. D. Evans, who resigned. Mrs. Zybach gave a report of the marketing committer and announced that the ciubs would buy pineappl-2 cooperatively again this year. Mrs. Choice Bridges, council chairman, announced that the district meeting will be held in Childress, April 26, 1946. Each club is to present their nominee at the Mal"h c:!ii'icil meeting', when delegates to thr meeting will be elected. The Gold Star pin will be pn- sented to Miss flozena _Hplton. out- Mandina; 4-H club girl' of Wheeler county in 1045. at the March meeting of the council. March 23, at 2 o'clock. The 4-H club girls will be invited. Mrs. Gii5 Afognrr. Mrs. A. O. Krug. :md Mrs. 3. M. Pinsterwald. wore named on tli? committee in "-h.ugc'of the program. Nine club? were represented, and Ihr new a^ent. Mrs. Emma Hastings was introduced. McMillen-Kerkvliet Continuec fVom Page 7 and hostess. After a short honeymoon trip to points in New Mexico ,the bride and groom will return to Pampa where they Will be at home at 506 Finch avc. The bride graduated from Pampa high school where she was a member of the'national honor society. She attended Texas State College for Women. Denton, and Western School for Secretaries at Albuquerque. New Mexico. She is employed, as chief clerk In the pay roll department of the Cabot Carbon CD. The bridegroom was graduated from Marshall high school, Marshall, Minn., in 1937. He was stationed at Pampa' army air field from November 1942 to September 1943. He was recently discharged from the United States army air forces, having served with the air transport, command overseas in the Pacific area. __ f&S Sf mottfif, Stos. fsetftir Sttttt - fflWS'-.- ft jtlCF Tjl&AUAA "** u»*v*fc*j * ,A't refresflmoii't tiihe,tne,btrthaay afce .was Served.. A patriotic c'olor eheme was uaiHed^oUi, and Mnia,- u ure Americaii flags wefe Used as ilate favbi%..tiny, cujj'. c'akes, each with flighted'candle,, were serVeci i the plates', ....... Oiiests included- Jfulia Seth Etohjj,- es,. Barbate ,. (36lsoh, KJafy lay Holmes, Kelt'a IB'ostan,, dOrthie lay, l/ewii, fftttl. Puokett,. Pani .tisdil, Gayle Patrick and M611ie iEtay May* •*t* AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Evening at 7:30 '.'E. Douglas Carver, Pastor Meacior. Family Has Reunion Last Week , A lnr;v" family reunion was held last Su.'day. whon i^r. and Mrs. S. J. Meador. si:, of 'iOO S. Soinervillc- street, entertained the members of Mrs. Meador'.s :'amHy. All were present e.xeonl, one bister who lives ivi Alterta. Canada. P.-irtiripnting in the reunion were: Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Sims, Gentry. Ark.; Mrs. E. C. Meador and Billy Ray, Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Knox Pipkin and daughters. Sena Belle, Betty Jo, Ouida and EUno, J. W. Pipkin. Mr. and Mrs. John Pipkin and- thr°e daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Fulbright and children, all of Perryton, Texiis; Mr. and Mrs W. C. Pend'eton, '.Vheeler. Texas; Mr. and Mi's. I rob arc Pip'.cin and son. Paqipn; Mrs. Dewe'i Mitchell, Dal- hnrt; Mrs. Gladys Jemp. Mineral Wells, Tcxr.:;; Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Haley and children. White Deer; Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Meador, jr., Mary Jef.n and Donald Meador, Pampa. JOAN CRAWFORD: Anchors posies. By ALICIA HART NEA Staff Writer Be a 'perfcctonist" about your clothes—their enscmbling, fit and smartening up—and your looks will reflect the infinite care that you take. Milo Anderson, Hollywood studio designer, says it's this painstaking- care the stars take to perfect their looks which helps put across their box-office appeal. Joan Crawford, he rays, likes out- of-the-ordinary tricks' of tying In her custume effects. To integrate flowers into a costume, for example, she has twin slits cut and botton- holed into a suit jacket especially to give anchorage to the stems of her posies. Alexis Smith's super-ensembling is another case in point, Anderson i :ies. If h'.-r suit lapels are faced with contrasting taffeta, that trim- mine is Alexis' cue for a matching hat or a snood. This idea—or va- lo.tiom played upon it—is a good one to remember when you want to make your suit and your accessories look as though they were made for each other. Stars who want to score wardrobe ;-;i!s arc just as exacting about the fit of their clot/ncs, says Anderson, citing the self-originated Jane Wyman trick o; snapping shoulder pads to her slip-straps for wear under sweaters. Jane also snaps pads to her lingerie straps for wear with play cldtlies which don't come equipped with shoulder-building devices. ROUNDED WAISTLINE To keep slim skirts from buck- ALEXIS SMITH} Super-en- sehiblcr. ling across her hips, Joan Crawfon had the waistline .founded in th back as much as three inches. Thi trick—it's particularly helpful i your skirt is topped by a brie jacket—is a good one to use fo nini'mizing hip curves. Joan's ide of weighting her hemlines to mak them hang as evenly as a carpen ter's level is also one to add t your own repertoire. So is Alexis Smith's pet trick o sewing a hooked tab fore and ai to the hems of her shirtwais blouses. Hooked to thread loop sewed into slips, these anchors kee tuck-liis where they belong. Fourth Birthday Is [ Occasion for Party I Jan Katherine' Whittle, daugiter of Mi's. Peg Whittle, 1230 N, tUs- sell, celebrated net"' fourth birtjriay ilast week with a party, given bjfhor mother. • Ola Buth.Beavers won the gime prize: ICe cream, candy and tike were served to J,an. Katherine, .>ln lluth,. i^uillia Sue. Beavers, Pancla CLUB SHAMROCK, March 2 (Special)— Mrs. R. A. Nichols, sr., was hostess to members of tlie Needlecraft club at her home Thursday afternoon. Washington's birthday was accented in refreshments with miniature hatchets as plate favors. Bead P'nmpn, News Classified Afls Dr. Emily T; Hicks Announces the Opening of Offices 312Combs-WorleyBldg, Orthodontia exclusively by appointment SHOK PARENT EDUCATION Mrs. R. K. Ecl-jiiborough will en T teriain the Parent Education club Tuesday afternoon in White Deer. ONE TABLE Children's Hats and Berets Felts and Velvets CLOSE OUT Values to $3.98 ONE TABLE TO CLOSE OUT! Values to $3,98 Dickies, Collars And other items too numerous to mention, Values to $4.98 Boys' Flannel PAJAMAS 1.00 1.50 values . . . medium weight flannel . . . sizes 8 to 14. , infants' SLEEVELESS VESTS 4 for 1.00 E-Z knitted vests . . . sizes 3 months to 1 year . . . 33c values. Part Wool GYM SOCKS 4 Pairs 1.00 Good heavy sock for gym or work . . . 31c values. Small. Lot DICKIES 1.50 Choose from sbli'ds and figures . . . were 2.95. SPECIAL! WINTER COATS Festively Last* Call! SPECIAL! Discount on Any Cash Purchase of a Spring COM OB SUIT Dollar Day Only Reg. 2.69 ... WOOL AND RAYON BOUCU $1.00 yd. Pull 3G inches wide .' . . in pink, sky bluu, Kelley green ,\nd red. Cotton Mesh BOUCLE . . . 2.07 Val., orange only 2 Yds 1.00 LITTLE I' WASH SUITS Twill, poplin and chambray scilor suits and short pant suits. Sizes 1 to 6. , SPECIAL DOLLAR DAY BABY BLANKETS * ANKLET One lot, Sizes from IMMONS PflflBan0le'¥ Most Isclwsiyf el»iWren's W*sr S»fir« I Heavy UTILITY CLOTHS 5c each _ Heavy cotton cloths . . . size 13x13 . . . were 14c each. DRAPES 1.95 pair florals and omiaberg prints . . were 5.95 the pair. Ladies' Knit' PANTIES 2 for 1.00 Rayon knits in tearose only . . . regularly 1,00. Cotton' • . .DISH. TOWpi-S - • 8 for 1.00 Cotton crash dish towels . . . size 40x20 . . . 35c values. Men's Part Wool SOCKS 2 Pairs 1.00 Formerly priced at G5c . . . long style only. Woven Cotton PLACE MATS 69c .each Blue, rose, green and white . . . brighten up your table! S MI,T H" S 122 W. Ftetfcr. STUDIOI Phone 1 Watch and Clock Repairing A Specialty HERRING JEWELRY SH<J> 219 It. N. Cuyler Phone 1; petnowwe >tt A ring fW. the- ttidil?. matched ring, f6tthfc,A»i in : Moiled •, 14. fet- gtiii gold blossoms kceiwith grter^ to Home of- Fine Diamonds, Watches/. and i Sofks the Study the soft soulders — tlie tiny waistlies '— the rounded hipline of these new-aS-tomorrow fashions 1, Note the easy i it — the Incomparable flatly! It's the the silhouette ojsprhiB' and' wo bring It to ya in an exciting, exclusivetollection of . Swansdown coali and suits. Close out of 2- arid 3-Piece KIDDIES SNOW SUITS 10.25 Values 6.75 Sizes 1 to 4 ... Styles for boys and girls. 11.95'Values Odd Lot Linens and Infants' Wear . Special Group . Flowers .Half . . . . Price Hojf .r^riee I »M?< ' Fbmpa'4 §^9^ ^^Mp&i*^ ^;'-; r » J V i • i» x ,' -i '^^•^f^y^niisS 1 '^^ ^ ! ' ''^ ^ **^> f wmvwrvnv ^ mw ni»«^^UPUIIJIWI|IVP.I)M^ i./^tjj^y. 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