Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 20, 1947 · Page 3
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Screen Actor * ,1,$ Pictured aftte* i 10 Rtscat I Intents'; 13 Pouch I 14 Barium 16 Tub 18rootless, > ' animal 20 Legendary ] birds 21 See colony E2 Ascends 24 Light boat 25 Perfec} „ 28 Mimics 27 Behold! , 28 Higher 2? Tributary . . 82 Resting places 36 Male hogs StlJoredom 36 Doctrines *8» Malt! 43 Dispatch, 14 Ocean 15 Bewitch 47 Sheltered side 48 Reveries BO Leveled / 62 Prices ^ 6& Newts , VERTICAL : 1 Humorous . 3 King of, / Bashan k 3Wheel center 4 Close ' 5 UnprofeS- v siondl 6 Worthless bits 7 Female hare 8 Type measure 9 Gully 10 Speedy / 12 Relish ' I 13 Hindu- ' garment 15 Artificial language .. 17 Golf terms 19 Distributors 21 Occurs • 23 Grooves 24 Bring about 29 Wading bird 30 Scented 31 His wife is Hedy 33 Anoints •# 34 Put in H harmony --. . 35 Lateral part 39 Part 40 Throw 41 Hypothetical force 42 Orifice 45 Headgear 46 Lout • 49 Each (ab.)\ 51 Street (ab.) 10 MM Hi tl Mrs. Sloss Hostess . To Two Shamrock Clubs ..SHAMROCK— (Special)— Mrs. Helen Sloss was hostess to the China Flat Home Demonstration Club and the Bethel Quilting Club Wednesday, at her home east of Shamrock. •; A business session was held and members of the Ohina Plat Club gaVe a demonstration on making candlewick bedspreads. Members of the Bethel Club quilted and made PAMPA MOHUMENT CO. Cemetery Memorials ED FORAN, Owner Ml E. Harvester Phone 1152 tea towels. Mrs. E. M. Hastings, County Home Demonstration Agent of Wheeler, gave an interesting and instructive demonstration on blue prints, house plans, re-modeling houses and farm buildings. The China Flat Club served refreshments of lemonade and cookies. Members of the Bethel Club present were Mmes. G. D. Davis, W. B. Hill, Lee Gipson, R. F. Wofford, W. H. Locke, L, B. Copelantl, Jewell Daberry, Roy Oswalt, Lena Harvey, Alex Miller, G. W. Sizemore, Boots Cook, W. O. Ray and the hostess. China Flat Club members included: Mmes. W. L. Morrison, T. H. Morgan, Grover Copeland, Melissa Sullivan, Lloyd Evans, Evelyn Grubbs, A. B. Sims, J. P. Hall, C. D. Evans, E. E. Sheegog. Mrs. E. M. Hastings, Wheeler, and Mrs. Travis Pennington were special guests. 4-H Gluti Style * Show Tomorrow The public is invited to attend the fashion show to be presented at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in City Club Room, by rhe Gray County Council of 4-H Clubs. Mrs. J. C. Steward, county 4-H club sponsor, will be in charge and all 4-H girls in the county will participate. A girl to represent Gray County at the State Clothing Revue in September will be selected. She must be at least 14 years of age. Awards will be presented .to first, second and third place winners In each division, including aprons, skirts, blouses, playsuits and street or school dresses of summer materials. Mrs. Purviance to Be Hostess at Breakfast All members of the Women's Society for Christian Service and the Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church have been invited to attend a breakfast Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock in the home' of Mrs. W. Purviance. 802 West Francis. Everyone is asked to bring food for her breakfast and the food will be cooked over an open fire on the lawn. AH women of the church are considered members of Die WSCS and each one will be welcome at this breakfast. The nursery will be open at the church for the mothers who wish to leave their children there. ,t I PLAY BINGO Every Saturday Nile 7 P.M. to 11 P.M. Win Valuable Prizes PLUS JACK POT BENEFIT VETERANS FUND Sponsored by American Legion Beta Gamma Kappa Plans Picnic -Sunday At their meeting Wednesday evening in the City Club Rooms members of Beta Gamma, Kappa Sorority made plans for a picnic to bo held Sunday afternoon at Lake Me- C.lellan. ' They decided to meet at the Junior High Gym nt 2 p. in. and go to the lake in a group. It was voted to draw names at the picnic to determine supper partners, and each member was asked to prepare food for two. All members s and their husbands, or dates, are invited to attend. Young Peoples Choir Will Begin Practice Beginning Sunday evening, and continuing each Sunday thereafter, the young people of the First Methodist Church will meet at 1 p.m. for a 30-minute choir rehearsal. This choir will be used for the evening worship service. Mollie Kay Mayfield Has Swimming Party SHAMROCK—(Special)' — (Mollie Kay Mayfield was complimented, with a swimming party Monday afternoon by her mother, Mrs. Gerald Mayfield, The occasion was Mollie Kay's tenth birthday and she received many attractive and useful gifts from her g-uests. Swimming at the City Pool provided entertainment for more than an hour, after which the youngsters played games and were served sandwiches and cold drinks with the birthday cake. Those attending were Linda Skidmore, Frances Bechtol, Pam Tisdal, Carolyn Dodgen, Gayle Patrick, Connie Kay Lewis, Veta Bruce Allison, Juanell Bradley, Mary Kay Holmes, Mickey Linkey, Joy Beth Parks, Julia Beth Holmes, Fredericka Abbott, Cheramy Tisdal and Nova Jones. Wm. T. Fraser & Co. The INSURANCE Men Automobile, Compensation, Fire and Liability Insurance W. KingsmiU Phone 1044 Just In Time For Summer Wear - - Cool Fresh Bemberg Print Diesses Shinning Fabrics at Prices You WANT TO PAY! Come in and see these wonderful creations. a look will convince l\ you we have the j styles — and | look at the . PRICE! • Pampa News, Friday, June 20, 1947 TV R °y al Servjce A x Program Given First- Baptist WMS Studies Bible Lesson SHAMROCK—'Sprcia!) — M':.ni- w hnrs of the WMS of the First Bap PAGE 3 I Members of the Women's Mission- j «st Church met at the church ary Society of the Calvary EapU.-;t \ Monday afternoon for the monthly The Social Calendar FRIDAY 7:OH Until Class of Klr.st napllft Chur'-li to II.IVP picnic on west ulile <>I I'uvler Street J'ark. 7:'!0 SlrijfitiB lit Wliitf; Df-r Church of Christ. S:IMI KiiRtPrn Star mpptinj? at Ma- f.-onlr Hall nt White Door. SATURDAY 2:1)1 Orny County 4-H Chit) Council Sivlo .Show in city Clnli Rooms. T:i.ii)' junior Ud'l I-'t-llows will li!tvt> \vwkiMnl ptt-nif :it Ijjike Mi-Clollan. Oclrl l'V-iio%v,«, ltehck;iliH.nm.l Tltnui liho i ill-Is Invllcil. Mc-cl. nt ioOF Hall ami fro 10 liili-' in a Broup. SUNDAY 2:i)H 3rii;K nii>rnhf>rs and Bin-sts will mem at Junior High <!ytn »ml go to Uiki- MeClelHin for piunlc. Reunion of 1'nnipn High School Class to In- held at McClelkui Kiel-lion of officers enler- Reunion Sunday for PHS Class of 1946 Church met for a Royal Sevvicfs B 'ble lesson. program Monday afternoon at o'clock. 2 The meeting was railed to order i by Mrs. B. P, Kersli, president of the Mrs, S. L. Lowe was in charge of > organization. Mrs. Murray Davis the lesson on "Amencan NO;;:-<J'-K". Ird the openin? prayr-r. Mrs. Collins Webb led the song -p ne lesson was taught by Mrs. The first reunion of the Class of service with Miss Shirley Lowe at; j_ j gaird, who used the 18th and IDth chapter.-! of IHe' SobR tit Psalms as a basis for study. Mrs. Kersh dismissed the meeting Tho:;r present, were: Mnir.v J. R. Brown. Helen Lea Cox, R. B. Shields, D. L. Vinyard. P. T Boston, Lucy Darlinpr, Fred Holmps. Edw. C. Derr. Murray Davis, J. J. Balrd and B. F. Kfi-Eli. lalnnipnt plnnni'il. Bring pii.'nUj Hincli- r-s. :;•<«) .Taytws niul .laycoc-Kites to U-.iv'i- pirnlo lit Lake OMiiun, rirar Ijukoluii. <it-oiM> will niPct at City Hull. MONDAY 7:.'!(! Hiiiiiliow (ilrl.s. s-.liu Pvtlmui SiiKU'i's will tui-Pt In CarpptHt-'r I'lnll. x:im Kutfi- Cluli will UR'ct. TUESDAY 2:iW) Hopkins HO Chili. 7:l»l Kit Kat Klilh. 7-nii lins 1'rp.sns Cluli. 7:':i" Tln-ia Ulio Uirls Cluli, Odd Follows Hull. x :il» Social moot hit; of H ami P\> Club. K:(.III SPRIJSQSA, Iiu 1 ., Sam Huuntou School Auilltoi-iiiin. WEDNESDAY 2:00 Krli-nilly l-foiir HPW)IIB Club with Mrs. M. I-'. C.ibHon. •J;tlli Jlt-ri-y Jlixi'i'H SunVifiim Baud of Cimtrul liii))tlHt Church. 8:Wi Junior <.nhl l-'i-lloww, IOOf Hall. .Vi'W officpi's !o Un imUalloil. THURSDAY 7;:>0 All church visitation nl^hl at Central Baptist Church. s-oo Kt'ltckaliK wil hiio^t In IOOF Iliill. . Miss Tompkins Shows Remodeling Pictures PANHANDLE (Special) — Remodeling a home, with special emphasis on the kitchen, was depicted by Miss Charlotte Tomkins. home demonstration agent for the Panhandle Home Demonstration Club, when they met in the home of Mrs. O. York with Mrs. Fred Crist as hostess. Slides and pictures were shown of before and after scenes with the'club members discussing the improvements in relation to the needs of their families. In the business session with the president. Mrs. M. L. Bender presiding, plans were made to have a picnic at Paul Park, on the birthday of the club. Mrs. C. F. Hood gave the council -report in the absence of Mrs. Ray Anderson, Council Representative. Refreshments were served to Misses Marthlyn Burnett and Doris Leggitt, district home demonstration agent, guests, and Mesdames Bender, York, Wayne Drlsklll. Meaker, and Hood. V. C. Summer Date Frock BY SUE BUKNETT Here's an enchanting scolloped fropk that will be perfect for important summer dates. Colorful ap- pliqued tulips trim the skirt bottom—a narrow belt circles your waist and ties in a bow. Pattern No. 8033 is for sizes \\, 12, 13, 14, 16, and 18. Size 12, 3 1-8 yards of 39-inch; use the scraps for flower applique. For this pattern, send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, The Pampa News, 1150 Ave. Americas, New York 19, N. Y. 1946, Pampa High School, will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at McClellan Lake. At t.hat time organization plans for an annual reunion will be made, according to Jimmie Harrah. general chairman. Election of officers will also be held. Harrah added that invitations had been sent to all members of the class, the class sponsors, and teachers of the 1945-46 school term. Dates 'or husbands and wives.) were also invited, and each one was asked to bring n sack lunch. Prank Stallings is chairman of the invitations committee. Boat-riding, swimming and various games have been planned, and a dance will be held at 8:30 in the club house. 'Bill Nellis is chairman of the danre committee. Me7ten~HD GlutT Members Discuss 'County's Health' Mrs. C. IT. Ham melt was hostess Tuesday afternoon to members of the Mertcn Home Demonstration Club when they met at her home on the Mertcn Lease for a program on "Our County's Health." Mrs. E. R. Jay was program leader. Mrs. E. E. Ethrldge, president, presided over the meeting and roll call was answered by each member giving a "hint to parents." Reports from the committee chairmen were given after which Mrs. Prank Bailey led the club prayer and the singing of "America" and conducted a short quiz program. Literature and material on diseases was available for the members from the county home demonstration agent's office. Motto for the program was "Health is. a blessing money cannot buy." Mrs. H. H. Threatt gave the first part of the county health laws, the main one being that handlers of food or drinks of any kind must have a health certificate from a licensed physician and that it must be on display at all times. She added that sterilization of all food and drink containers was required by the state's health laws. Mrs. T. G. Groves gave a report on social diseases. She said they \Vere the "hush" diseases of the past, but today they are discussed as openly as tuberculosis. Many diseases, Mrs. Groves continued, such as heart ailments, blindness, insanity and crippling, are due to not having venereal diseases treated in the first stage by a competent physician. She said that a health examination yearly, and especially for expectant mothers, would raise our county's health standards. Mrs. Prank Bailey discussed poliomyelitis and warned against sudden changes of body temperature and neglecting the rules of health. She said early symptoms of the disease are a sore throat, sneezing, vomiting and fever. She mentioned the different types, adding- that each one affected the victim differently. Cancer was the topic of Mrs. V. Smith who said that it was not inherited as so many believe. She said it was caused by the blood not functioning in all cells of the body, and that women are more susceptible than men. Mrs. D. A. Caldwell demonstrated a skirt hanger which would hold three or four skirts at a time, and also distributed dot snappers to those who had placed orders. It was announced that the next meeting would be held in the home' of Mrs. Groves on July 1. Mesdames Swafford, Day, Steward, Hammett and Threatt will have charge of the program. Refreshments were served to one guest, Mrs. Etta Logan, those mentioned, and Mrs. P. B. Warriner and Mrs. John Brandon. the piano. The opening prayer was given by • Mrs. Joe Baiton. Mrs. C. H. Graham | gave a very interesting talk on the • first topic. "Meet the American Ne- j groes". followed by the Bible study ' "A Song of Universal Religion" given by Mrs. Bert Mitchell. The i second topic. "A Problem and a j Challenge", was given by Mrs. Webb, i and Mrs. B. Shoulders gave a review I of the life of Mary McLeod Bethune. j a Negro girl. A special prayer for the Negroes of America was led by Mrs. Jack Robertson. "Negro Baptists" was the subject discussed by Mrs. Fred Ennis, and Mrs. D. L. Pritchard gave "Looking at the Stars." A prayer for all work of Soulh- j ern Baptists among Negroes was led by Mrs. B. F. Walker, followed by the song of the year. "We've a Story to Tell to the Nations", led by Mrs. Webb. Mrs. Graham closed the meeting with prayer. Methodist Jr. Camp Set for Ceta Canyon The Method'..U Junior Camp will be held in Ceta Canyon June 30 to July 4. The enrollment fee is Sll and the blanks should be turned j in to Mrs. Loyse Caldwell not. later than June 21. Mrs. Caldwell suggests that each church .sending Juniors should be willing to pay about $2.25 per Junior to take cai'c of adult counselors' expenses. Tnf.'UH;- li.-.ii:illy \,lfi(-'. blight warm colors run! show a Ktrons liking for yellow, red and white. Junior High Dept. To Present Program The Junior High Department of the First Methodist Church will have a program Sunday evening in Fellowship Hall immediately following the evening service. Mrs. F. L. -Stalling*, director of the group, has extended a special invitation to the Barents of the young people in this group to attend. Texas Delegation Leaves for General FWC Convention AUSTIN— (ff)— Texas representatives left today for the General Federation of Women's Clubs convention in New York City June 2328. They will seek the election of Mrs. Volney W. Taylor, Brownsville, as national recording secretary. Mrs. Florence Johnson Scott, Rio Grande City, retiring 'state president, will act as Mrs. Taylor's compaign manager, assisted by Mrs, W. H. Barker. San Antonio. Mrs. John Jackson Perry, Sweetwater, president, heads the Texas delegation. Others attending the national meeting include Mrs. M. Howard Gibson. Waxahachie; Mrs. T. M. West. San Antonio; Mrs. H. B. Gillette. Houston; Mrs. J. Howard Hodge, Midland; and Mrs. John O. Douglas. Houston. HAROLD WHICH Insurance Agency 1UK 1 V\. I v.^ About one sixth of the American Indiana in the United States are Navajos. ALARM CLOCKS ARE BACK AT ZALE'S TMt ineladtd Yes, /.ale's hav« received another shipment o! lh?se adorabl* r.iatm clock*. Tiny in size, yet accurate, dependable clock*. They come in assented paslel colors. Made in Swttz6;land, too, U*« land oi the lomr.us watch and clack rnakeis. DIAMOND IMPORTERS 107 N. 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