Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 22, 1947 · Page 9
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Mrs, Opal Kiff New Member of Rebekahs A formal initiation was held by the Ftebekah Lodge Thursday even- ,ing at 8 o'clock in the IOOP Hall when the degree of Bebekah was cottierred on Mrs. Opal Kiff, a new member. '• Noble Grand June Rowe presided t over the meeting following which refreshments of canapes, punch and cookies were served to the following: Mesdames Kiff. Rowe, J. L. king, LHHe Nobblitt. Alva Phillips, John PORTRAITS - COMMERCIALS Smith's Studio 121 W, Foster Phone 151« Safe, Easy . New Permanent N \\l//l\U»iL 6fv« Deep, Soft luxury Curls At Beautiful as Naturally Wavy Hair For ft deppcr, softer Junior wave, loose eprtney curls with truly natural beauty. CHABM-Kunt,your hnlr at homo . . . tonight) It's B now\ CRKUE wave, "lakes" on nil hair, oven dyed, bleached or fine hair. Simple, cany, ycl lasts like $15 beauty shop wave or money back. Prtftttlwnl New Carlorc<wU1i NewCrem* JJtw"LOOK-TlTl"'CuilL«:M . cut put-up time In half. Firmly holds curl» even while wave "uko«." 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The school winn continue through next week with sessions from 8:30 a. m. to 11:00 a. m., Monday through Friday. Revival dates for the First Christian Church are set for Aug. 10 to 24 inclusive. The services will be under the leadership of Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Earsoin, a strong evangelistic team from Enid, Okla. Fawns lose their spots when they put on their winter coats in autumn. The substances known as "vitamins" were discovered from 1912 on. after Casimlr Funk isolated matter fror.i rice polishings which cured bc- ri-berl. Housewives Find Shopping Fun Again BY RUTH MILLF.TT NEA Staff Writer The housewife once again feels her importance ns ttfe nation's Kumbcr fine consumer. The cloor-to-door salesman is back at liis bell-ringing, using all of his persuasive powers to get inside and demonstrate his wares. The stores are urging her to use their prompt delivery service. Slip has toted home her packages ;;o long she still finds herself picking them up rvbscnt-mindedly instead of murmuring. "Just charge and send ttiem." Half prie.j and "two for the price of one" sales are calling her put on early morning shopping trip;-. Articles, she used to stand in line to buy are being advertised at "remarkable savings." Those "one to a customer" signs have finally disappeared from the stores. OLD LINE RETURNS Clerks are giving her their bos! smiles, willingly dragging out anything she wants to see. and ever, looking chagrinocl instead of smug it she asks for something that is not in stoc'c. The "tako it or leave it" attitude is no more. It has been replaced by the good, old-fashioned "We want you to be happy with it." line. Mrs. America is eating it up. Shopping is Inn again. A special of :Crog in New Zealand is equipped with muscles for wagging a tail, but has no tail. YOUR WASHDAY HEADACHES CURED Yes, when you try our new steam heated, soft water, Maytag Washers, you won't be troubled with washday headaches any more. "TRY and SEE" HELPY-SELF LAUNDRY 115 N. HOBAKT END OF VV. FOSTER New Minister of Education, Youth Akf Christian Church Miss Genevievf! Adams, Foil Worth, has assumed her duties as minister of education and youth of the First Christian Church. Shi received her B. A. degree nt, Texas Christian University June 2, hav- Cuyler Study Club Adjourns Till August PANHANDLE (Special) Mrs. L. D. writes, president, presided at the meeting of the Cuyler Study Club when they met in her home Tuesday. Mrs. Edwin Carroll, council, representative, gave the council report. A round-table discussion was held on the current reading list and plans were made for as many members to read the books as possible. The club voted not to meet again until August 5. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Wendell Mixon. Ora Bieder- well, Edwin Carroll. Mervin Beider- wc)I. Julius Meakcr, Troy Dowlcn. R. C. Curtis, J. R. Nicholson, and R. C. Forsyth. and Miss Frances Ann Carroll Puett Family Reunion SHAMROCK—(Special) — W. J Puett had a reunion of his family Sunday, and his daughter, Miss Edna Pxtett, served a delectable din- ner at the Puett home. Members of the family present were J. A. Puett, Tulsa, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Puett, Tucumcar), N. M.; Mrs. Bessie Randall. Long Eeach, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Puett, Amarillo; Mr. and Mrs. Burl Puett and son, Burl Don, Pampa; Mr. and Mrs. John Groves and children, James Merle, Leroy and Ednrv Penrl. Abra; Mrs. Archie Clay and daughter, Carolyn, Twitty; and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Puett, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mastcrson and Mrs. Ola Puett. Shamrock. Pampa News, Sunday, June 22, 1947 PAGES ing majored in religious education. Her minor subjects were church iiiiific and psychology. Miss Adams directed the recent Vacation Church School at the First Christian Church which had an enrollment of 150 with 25 adult loaders. Sha has just returned from Cc-ta Glen whore .she was directei of music for the Intermediate Cavnp of (he Christian Churches of this area. She also led one of the crafts. At. Fort Worth Miss Adams was .'.ecrctary of the vlivcrsido Christian Church and director of the Youth Choir. She is making her homo with Miss Pearl Spaugh, 316 N. Warren. Skelly SchafferClub Has Farewell Party The Skelly SchnlTcr club met in the home of Mrs. L. Barrett with Mrs. H. B. Barker as co-hostess and honored Mrs. Cecil Middleton, who is moving to Now Mexico, by presenting her with r.. corsage and a white wool blanket as a farewell gift. In the business meeting it was decided not to meet until September. Mrs. Louis Karlin will be hostess then. Fruit compote and ang«l food cake were served to the following: Mesdames Claud Coffee, Roy Carr, Fred Gennett, Russell Veal, Ben Wesner, Lloyd Cowart, Louis Karlin and three guests, Mesdames R. Loper, Claud Gray, and H. Huckabye. 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