Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 3, 1946 · Page 9
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 9

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, March 3, 1946
Page 9
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.'ftuftlbef of satisfied cus- tdfftjBts on our prescription files .te,';.kin. : .indication " of accuracy r can have complete confi- us—come in or call at— WILSON DRUG 306'8. Cuyler Phone GOO will be fir-. Stuart Condroh of Can/ yoU, wlio wlfi outline, '"Women's t?c- SporlSiWlity ftfddy in Government Affairs". Following the address a report of the credentials committee will be directed by Mrs. C, A. Carlton of Boi ger, chairman. An informal tea is planned for members of the group in the fed- c-iation club rooms in the municipal auditorium at 4 o'clock with women of the Amarillo clubs serving as Lemon Juiee Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly II you suffer frum rliPUinatlr, urUirlils or nrurltm pain, try Hi In 81 mule liin.MH'uslvn homo recipe that tiimmnni'fl nrfi usInK. Uot u psn'k- flKfi of }tii-I-:x roiiip'tjuntJ, n two-wct-k fliipply, toilny. Mi* It with u quart n[ wntfr, ailil the Juice of 4 Ictnoiie, It's «isy. No tronlilo nt all and plwtflnnt. You need only 3 tublnspnon- fula tw« tlmen n day. Often wltliln 4S hniirs — BomMlmofl ovcrrleht — spli>mllu rraults nn- obtained. If the pains do not quickly leave ami If you do not feel lictlcr. return the empty package and Rti-Kx will rost you nothing to try as It Is sold by your druggist under an iiltsolutc monoy-lmek gimrnntrp. Ru-Ex Compound Is for finlo jxmt roromnwmletl by Crelney Drue Stores,- ncrry'n Phnrmncy nml drug slnres everywhere. WERSHARR vPen & Pencil Sets ond .-; No tax 'HK Gold Filled Caps Pen & Pencil Sets o Plus Tax $ 64°° THORENS LIGHTERS Automatic $5.00 j Regular $4.00 VVindproof $1.50 | Dunhill Service Lighter $1.00 -v McCARLEY'S Home'of Fine Diamonds, Watches and Silverware hostesses. Oancli.fdlf!g"event of ihe first day will be the All Residents' dinner in the Crystal ballroom of the Herring hotel, i at 7 p. m. Mrs. £). L. C. Kinard, of Memphis, first vice«presU dent, Will serve ns toastinistfess, and Mrs. T. E. Buckner of Lubbock, chairman of literature, will give the invocation. Houston Bright of Canyon will present a special vocal solo, and dinner music will be played by Hershel Coffee, Matilda Gaume and Glenn Truax, also of Canyon. Mrs. Scott, state president, will give the address, Business and reports of the district department chairman will be heard Friday morning beginning al !) o'clock, wllh Mrs. J. W. Walker of-Plainview, discussing fellowships and scholarships. Mrs. M. V. Terry of Sudan, youth guidance chairman, will give the invocation, and a vocal solo will be sung by Ellen Posey of Canyon. Mrs. Scott will bring the address of the morning when she emphasizes, "Peacetime Challenge to Women." Club reports will be read at 11 o'clock, preceding the Merit luncheon to be held at noon. Mrs. L. E. Slate of Sudan, second vice president, will preside at this event, honoring board members, and Mrs. O. B. Jackson of Flainview, will give the invocation. The a capella choir of Amarillo high school, directed by Julia Dean Evans will render choral selections. Outstanding district achievements will be recognized. Final program of the convention will include a discussion of "Youth Conservation", directed by Mrs. Lewis Goodrich oi Shamrock, chair man, with Mrs. G:ace Hodge of Pampa, as guest speaker. Invocation will be given by Mrs. J. A. Hill, Canyon, life member, and a panel digest of club reports will be discussed. New clubs will be- presented by Mrs. Kinard, to be followed by the announcement of awards, and adjournment. Pampa club women holding offices are: Mrs. Harrah, district president; Mrs. H. H. Hahn, district secretary; Mrs. George Hepner, state chairman of comparative government; Mrs. Curtis Douglass, state member of the resolutions committee; Mrs. Knox Kinard, department chairman of legislation; Mrs. R. W. Lane, district chairman of spiritual guidance; Mrs. Roy McKernan, district chair- \ man of public health, and Mrs. L. K. Atohloon, ehalttfiAti of finance and Insurance. ntOrr-niff-T-f--; T.E.L. Class Has Washington Party SHAMROCK, March 2 (Special)— Tlic T. E. L. slass of tlip First Baptist church were entertained with a party nt the Lesion Hut Thursday evening. Teachers of the adult department and husbands of the members were special quests. The losing group in an 'attendance . contest within (he class served as hostesses. Mrs. Charles Cartr-nhcwl and Mrs A. N. Holmes were )>rlw winners in n v/OJ'U contest. Gumcs of "42" pro- viclcd entertainment throughout the evening. Score cards were handmade, accenting Washington's birthday, and minature hatchets were used as favors on the refreshment plates. Those present included: Rev. and Mrs. Edw. C. Derr; Messrs, anci Mmcs. Johnnie Reevos, W. H. Buicc. George Porch, Ward MePherson, Milt Williams, A. A. Byrd. Lewis Goodrich, and George L. Stanley, and Mr. Derwood Boland. Mines. Myrtle Marchbanks, Bill Wilson, Helen Lea Cox, Winnie Nix, Bert Boland, Charles Cadenhcad, L. E. Oldham. .1, P. Hall, R. A. Nichols, sr., A. N. Holmes, A. J. Hunt, Flake George <incl J. P. Shortt, teacher of the class. FREE BOOK-On Beclal Troubles Why Neglect May Lead To Associated Ailments 40-page FREE BOOK—tells facts about Piles, Rectal Abscess, Fistula and other rectal and colon disorders ;also related ailments and latest corrective treatments. Thornton & Minor Clinic, Suite 369, McGee, Kansas City, Mo. adv. Twentieth Century Club Has Time Quiz SHAMROCK, March 2 (Special)— The Twentieth Century club was entertained in the home of Mrs. M. V. Cobb Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. R. Stuart Tisdal as co-hostess. Pyrocantha ncrries and every- grccns in attractive arrangement were used to decorate. Mrs. Charlie Bock had charge of the program, giving a Time magazine quiz. A Washington's birthday theme was carried out in refreshments which '.vcro served at the close of the program. !=peci;il guests were Mme,-.. Thur- inan Adkins. Dave Skidmore and Ed Schaflncr. Members attending were: Mmes. Robert Baxter, Charlie Bock, W. R. Doty, Glenn LaDue, G. B. Miller, Art Fleming, Bert Betenbough and the hostcssss. «~ The yak furnishes thft natives of Tibet with meat, milk, butter, clothing, rope, transportation, fuel and beats. i -^ — A discarded starter motor is th power plant of a midget electric aut built from scrap parts by a 12-year olti Schenectady boy. Temporary r.eliel tor symptoms of bronchia/ ASTHMA •' ,COMT>ANY AT YOfi Soft Water IS NOW AVAILABLE TO EVERY HOME IN PAMPA ON A SERVICE BASIS At last you can have Soft Water in your home without any investment, bother or worry. , • • Think of it! Water, softer than rain, without any trace of hardness ,' ,,, for bathing, shampooing, dishwashing, laundering, for all washing T processes . , , on a Public Service Basis , . . just like electricity or the ;f telephone, No equipment to buy... no work or worry on your part ', we do everything for you! 6** COSTS ON i you use fcarci water, you pay for ;joft water service without havingit. Make ;i ye to you that the savings from our ,! »rc roor? thwt twice the cost. We'll if" you Jjow 5»ft?oe4 water will save \4/lf ^ *°*P X° u now usc ' n w**h'ng „ j b»r4 water.., how your clothes will |k,fe»«w *nd wear longer... how your ' ~ f«J>»ir bills and fuel costs for '" ' refused- &rp soft _.,. „ . te Ume ao4 rwst yp»r Wff?r pipe.? an4 coijs, bat »P wuh hard water troubles have CuU»|an §oft Water PER For the Here is our MONTH Aevraffe Family Our butriness it} fioft \yutei' ucrvicp. We install our aervlctt softener in yout home. We own the equipment and \yc tu|[p full c(irc> uf it. ft occupied only u very smull spttce. It provideti eparkline 10Q per cent soft water at a turn of th§ faucet vvithuut miy investment or tttteution from anyone in the household. \Ve exchange it for u fresh one . ftt vegulur intervals, regenerating the p.ld unit af our plant, NOT in your home. Owners of Buvber Slwps, Beauty P»r- Iwi'U, KeattturanU. Filling StuUouij and Apiu'tment Buildings— Inve»tig«st« the tccti\on>.y, s(»tislVctiyn mjU gretit to>« piwement in your service gwined from Soft W.utvr— The Cullitfwn Wtiy. BATH—Creamy, lasting suds that make you feel really clean, yet rinse off in * jiffy, are! yours with softened w*ter in your bath. Since! sofc water forms no soap "curds", there U no bath tub ring to discolor che tub. SHAMPOO—A soft water shampoo with heaps of silky suds will bring thrilling new beauty to your hair. Soap rinses out completely • • ; «><toll film left, just * gorgeous gleam. Dad will love his soft water shaves, too ... and his razor blades will, last for twice u many shaves. ' DlSHES-^Scjds of foamy suds whisk grease *wav like magic. Dishes, glasses, silver, til sparkle and gleam like new. No need to dry them with a towel... softened water leave* no soap scum to imcar, or lime to spot. ClOTHi$*~AII clothe; and linens wash much* cleaner in soft water. No disagreeable soap curds, formed by hard w»ter, that wog't rinsi; out and. leave washable* gray and dingy looking. Clothes, last longer Because there! less rubbing the sofc water way. 6pOKIN6««»The calcium w d nj»g«Muti» j* 1 ,? , w ?*^ W c W F w * f V «8«»W<3 tough and dull-looking. Sole w»ter cooking retains garden freshness. Soft water coffee and te» taste better awl us? a.bau,t j^ less grounds. $of:«ne4 w»t« u better for drinking, too. SOFTWATER SERVICE CO, 314 S, Slarkwealhtr, Pampa Pampn Boy Named Vice President of West Texas Veterans CANYON, March 2~Perry H. Bell of Floydada, a junior and former pursuit pilot with the llth air force in Alaska, has been elected president of the W'jst Texas State college- veterans organization for the 5>pi ing semester. Bell spent four years in the army and rose to th;; rank of first lieutenant. Ho attended the University of Chattanooga two years before the war. His ruai'ir suhjrel. Is indus- triul arts. Other officers of the association are Lindsey Boyd of Pampa, vice- president; Eldridqe W. Brown of Anadarko. Okla., secretary-treasurer; and Olin E. Hinkle of Canyon, sponsor. Veterans enrolled for the spring semester number 190, and foi'mer service men are arriving each week. In any emergency of the future, time will force our hand. The world is much smaller today than it was even in 1941.—Maj.-Gen. Lewis B. Hershcy, selective service director. fixpedwqa Mother's Friend massaging preparation helps bring ease and comfort to expectant mothers. M OTHER'S FRIEND, nn exquisitely prepared emollient, la useful In nil conditions where a, bland, mild anodyne massage medium In skin lubrication la desired. One condition In which women for more than 70 years have used It Is an application for massaging the body during pregnancy... it helps keep the ckln sort and pliable... thus avoiding unnecessary discomfort clue to dryness nml tightness. It refreshen and tones the Ekln.Au Ideal massage application for the numb, tingling or burning sensations of tins skin ... lor the tired baclc muscle* or cramp-like pains In the legs. Quickly absorbed. Delightful to use. Highly praised by users, many doctors and nurses. Millions of bottles sold. Just ask any druggist for Mother's Friend—the akin emollient and lubricant. Do try It. Mother's Friend Past Matrons Have Valentine Party SHAMROCK, March 2 (Special)— The H. P. Mundy home was the scene of a party for the Past Matrons of the Order of Eastern Star Thursday evening. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Jack Montgomery, Mrs. H. B. Hill and Mrs. Claude Montgomery. A Valentine theme was carried out in decorations and the group played "hearts" for entertainment. High Sunday, Mdrett 3,194$ PAMPA NIWS scot* #?«* -Wte awarded to Mrs. J. ft. Glafk. lii & contest, Mrs. B. P. leers'!! ah3 "Mrs. Clark were winners t>f pmes. A salad course was served to the following past matrons: Mmes. J. B. Clark, C. L. Rcavis, J. T. Weems, B. F. Kersh, Euell Bradley, Wade Atkinson, J. F. Shortt, H. E. Forgy, Milt Williams, Charles Palmer ana the hostesses. Canada's hat aftd cafr turinfc Industry Is optfftt firms,, of which 62 are l&frted Jtt the province of Quebec. First factory on Arhericah fi&l made glass beads for Indian trade, and the surplus became o\lfr ftfrst manufacteured export to Englahd. «*» ;—-_ \< • " Read Pampa News CiasstfWsa Ms Springtime Calls For Something New in Your Home Kneehole Desk Practical nnd decorative addition to any home. This eight-drawer desk is exceptionally large. It is made of mahogany to match your other furnishings. The styling too, is traditional enough to go well in livingroom, library, or bedroom Nicely designed all metal drawer- polls on the right commodious drawers that afford ample accommodation for all valuable correspondence. From $49.50 to $137.50. For Relaxation! Designed for real relaxation is this big, friendly, platform rocker; upholstered arms, sturdy platform base. PAMPA HOME APPLIANCES "We Moke Homes Out of Houses' 119 N. Frost Phone 364 PANTIES New shipment just arrived. Cotton and rayon with elastic. band and leg. 79s. SLIPS Jersey/ Teorose onlv. Sizes 32 to 40 Crepes & Safins Tea rose & White Sizes 32 to 40 $140 BRASSIERES JUST RECEIVED! * Exquisite Form bras. A-B-C Cup. Sizes 32 to 40. Shop Now For Easfei at BEHRMAN'S MISCELLANEOUS TABLE • COMBS • BRASSIERES • DICKIES' four Choice ... . 39' COATS NATIONALLY ADVERTISED 100% WOOL. BRIGHT NEW SPRING SHADES. 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