Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 6, 1946 · Page 3
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 3

Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, March 6, 1946
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W,Jf$. Circles Meet in Shamrock :, fc.-irch 6.— (Special) hfe W. M. S. of the First Baptist ; fiiurcTi 'held thfeir meetinig in cir- .fcles Monday afternoon. The Maly 'More circle met in the heap <ft Mrs. T. £>. Bland. Mrs. ft. A. Nichols, ST., presided over the Btlslhess session and gave the devo- ffloflSl from the 94th Psalm. Mrs. HfeJSafcjr Holmes led in prayer. The legs&h Was given by -Mrs. Helen Lea <fex from the book, "Mighty Pre• Valiirig grayer." Mi's. J. R. Brown fed -.'the closing prayer. ' A 'febcial hdur followed and re- fresWriehts were served to the fol- lowlrig'' members: Mines. Henry fc. A. Nich&ls, sr., J. R. Brojivii, Mhttoti, Helen Lea 'Cox, Win- fiie NlJtV and Lou Duncan. Iflftnclle Groves circle met in ' ,the ihjUme'bf Mrs. Jim Orrick at her 'ri North Main. Mrs. R. W. fU'esidfed, the opening prayer 'y&> tea by Mrs - W. H - Buicc. Mrs. 'Orridfc gave 'the devotional which %8s' : :foll6wed by the lesson from: ;Ste*a¥dsHip in the Lives of Wohv feh," By Wallace, given by Mrs. Lee Mfe, W. A*. Pci-rin dis- rnissTccl the meeting with pi'aycr. ;" RSfi'eshments 'Were served to the members: Mmcs. W. -H. BUlce,' Cecil Pcrrin, R. W. Shields, «e-'frew«in, Norman Patrick, Bill Alison, A r rgus Nix, Lucy Darling, Society •IN me * * * * Officers and Committee Members in Country Club for 1946 Announced Officers and committees for the Ppmpa country club have been named for the coming.year. Joe F. Key wilt serve as president, with C. P. Buckier, vice president; and Marvin Harris, secretary. Directors are Marvin Harris, A. J. Beagle, Walter Rogers, C. P. Buckler, Mai Davis, Joe F. Key, DeLea Vicars, Bapiisi W.M.U. Week Of Prayer Continues The nrogram theme for the Tuesday afternoon meeting ol the 'Central Baptist church, women's Mis- •4onafy Union week of prayer, was 'Come Ye, Proclaim Ihc Gospel of Salvation in the Rural Comniuni- .fes." This was thr second of a sc- •ifcs which will continue throughout the Week. Mrs. P. W. Bro'ylcs was n charge of the program. After a hymn and prayer by Mrs. O. Roenfeldt Mrs. R. Q. Harvey Dean McMurtfy, and W. W. Perrin. I save the devotional from John 6:28 ••'1'heStex Ray circle had their to K5; Mrs.p. H. Gilstrap led a pray- in the home of Mrs. Ou- 'frflfd Prite, with Mrs. E. K. Bechtol tn'ds'idlng. VMrs. B. P. Kersh led the opening prayer k'nd the devotional was giv- 6n1jy Mrs. Charles Daiightery, who used a passage from the fiook of Pwlms. Mrs. Kersh taught the les- soft'ffOm, "Ships Wi'll Sail Again." During the social hour refreshments were served to these members: Mmes. J. T. Isaacs, J. D. Mal- Iqw, George Beaty, Ben Boyce, Martin Exum, E. K. Bechtol, Charles Daughtry and B. P. Kersh. BEES HELPED IT 1 ' Ifi ' Michigan, a 22-year-old orchard that had never grown more • -thin 1,600 bushels of fruit in one year, produced 4,000 bushels, the first ydar after 200 colonies of bees were: placed nearby during the blooming season. Need a LAXATIVE? BLACK DRAUGHT er. Short talks were given by Mrs. Frances Dserlng, "The Need of the Gospel in the Rural Communities;" Mrs. Roenfeldt, "The Problems of the Country Churches;" Mrs. Broyles, "A Program for the Solution." Mrs. W. R. Morrison gave the closing prayer. Eighteen members were present. Clothing Repaired For European Needy A large box of clothing was mended and prepared for shipment to Europe at the regular meeting of the Women's Missionary Union of the Church of the Brethren Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. A. L. Patrick gave the closing prayer and Mrs, Clyde Carruth served refreshments to: Mrs. Zeke 'Simpson, Mrs. Lottie Turcott, Mrs. Eva Whistler, Mrs. Charles Ellington, Mrs. Fred Pendrick, Mrs. J. R. Shelton, Mrs. Dee Miller, Mrs. A. L. Patrick, Mrs. Vernon Alexander, and Mrs. C. C. Gillis. UNCORK STUFFY NOSTRILS For quick reli heod-cpld mis WASHABLE COTTON DRESSES • PIQUES • PERCALES • BROADCLOTHS t CHAMBRAYS • SiERSUCKERS 12 te 20 . lovely |p frejh e« o brgfltb of Spring . end SYf r *e pra?ticsil 19 hgv Thty're gfrVy, preHy, gn^l they w<»*h w'ith B©T§ 4 STRIPS, SHEIKS AHO S9UBS. B. O. Lilly and Lynn Boyd. Standing committees appointed are: Entertainment: Mr. and Mrs. John Hankins, Mr. and Mrs. Jack •Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Body, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fatheree, Mi-, and Mrs. H. C. Berry and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Davis. House: Lynp Boyd, chairman, A. J. Beagle, Mel Davis, E. L. Green, jr., D. J. Gribbon, C. F. Buckerl, ,F .A. Howard, and H. J. Hagan. Greens: Marvin Harris, chairman, Jack Hanna, Mark Heath, Luke McClelland, DeLsa Vicars, and Dr. Charles Ashby. Tournament: Prod Neslage. chairman, Charlie Thut, C. F. McOlnnis, F. E. Hoffman, A. L. Prigmore, O. M. Prigmore, and J. R. Hollowny. Special committees are: Building: Hugh Burdette, chairman, C. P. Buckler, Lynii Boyd, L. P. Burns, E. L. Green, jr., and A. J. Beagle. Playgrounds: Walter Rogers, chairman, Murray Body, Henry Ellis, Earle Scheig, W. B. Weatherred, Clifford Braly, and Crawford Atkinson. Publicity: Louise Dunn, F. A. Howard, Jewell Hankins, Fred Neslage and Marvin Harris. New members: J. W. Garman, jr., Luke McClelland, Fred Neslage, Luther Pierson, Arthur Teed, and Frank Smith.' Swimming pool: B. O. Lilly, J. W. Gordon, jr., Lynn Boyd, Russell McConnell, R. A. Baker, George Scott, and L. P. Burns. SYMPATHETIC fiEES When death occurred in the family, it once was a custom in England and America to "tell it to the bees," and even to hang crepe on the hives. It was believed the bees, too, would die unless notified. One-Yard Blouse By MBS. ANNE CABOT A spring blouse that, even the most inexperienced sewer, can make in a couple hours. It requires just one yard for size 12— a .yard and one-eighth for sizes 14 and 16. Try it in flowered rayon silk or satin for dressy wear — printed cotton, sharkskin, flowered muslin for more casual' wear. Bind neck with a double facing of the material, pinch-pleat the capped sleeves and fasfen with a tiny bow, attach sash ties to bac]c which 'wraps around". Doesn't it sound divinejy simple? Prptty, too! To obtain complete pattern and finishing instructions for the One- Piece Blouse (Pattern No. 5088) Sizes 12, 14, 16, included, send 15 cents in COIN plus 1 cent postage, YOUR NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER to Anne Cabot, Tampa News, 1150 Ave. Americas, New York 19, N. Y. Gifts for shower parties, • church baza&Vs— sweaters ' and "Ves'tees foV spilng wear, hats, ta'by clothes, costume accessories, lovely • embroid-; eries for the home, nice lingerie, heirloom doilies for crpchet 'fans- pine p&gos of free instructions— in the Anne Cabot ALB.UM, Pyice 15 cents. . • Gives $10 io Canteen At'the Tuesday afternoon meeting of the Mdften Mome fremdnstration club, memfjers 'voted to donate cup tow'els : td the Teen Canteen, and to present a gift of ten dollars to the canteen. The cWta will sponsor the youth 'group Marfih 19 With Mrs. A. Say, Mrs. S. E. Waters, Mrs. C. B, Haney, and Mrs. T. G. Groves acting as sponsors. Mi's. E. E. Ethridge entertained the group at her home with Mrs. C. L. Cudney in charge of recreation. Mrs. J. H. Pish won the game prize for the afternoon. Mrs. E. R. Jay and Mrs. Ethridge were appointed recreation assistants. A three dollar award was voted for the 4-H club girls. Reports from the booth at the Hereford sale showed that the cluo sold 54 home-made pies during the stcok show. The prbgram leader, Mrs. C. L. •Cudney, presented a program on new home equipment. Mrs. T. B. Lahgstoii described the new equipment Which may be slow in appear- ihf; dun to material shortriges. -Mrs. H. H. Threatt demonstrated a new National Pressure cooker. Mrs.' E. J. Overall showed a pine- tipple and grapefruit corcr and other kitchen gadgets. She also emphasized that correct lighting was the first step toward a well planned kitchen. The next meeting will be held In 'the home of Mrs. J. H. Fish on March 19. Angel pie and coffee v'ere served to one vsiitor, Mrs. W. A.. Bell and to twelve members present. AUXILIARY TO MEET Dr. Douglas Nelson will continue his program at the Thursday Evening auxiliary of the Presbyterian church when that group meets in the church Thursday at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Fred Petillo will give the devotional and Miss Mary Roede and Miss Ma- i'ie Stedje will be joint hostesses. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY W.M.U. of First Baptist chureli will meet nt '10 ii.m. nt the church for an Annie ArriiatroliR Week of Prayer program. Executive honvil will meet nt 12 :30 noon. Covered dish luncheon nt 1 o'clock. Mnrthiv clAss officers meet in First Baptist church nt 3 o'clock. Sunbentn clnss of First Iliuitist church to meet at 3 p.m. nt the church. Afternoon circles of the Women's nuxi- linry of the Presbyterian church meets us follows: circle 1 with Mrs. Dick Walker at 2:30 o'clock; circle. 2 at the church at 2 o'clock to drive to Mrs. Brent' Blonkvist's home; and'cii'cle !i with Mrs. W. S. Dixon, 800 N. Orny, for n covered dish luncheon nt 1 o'clock. W.M.U. of Central Baptist church circles meet in homes of members. Holy Souls Altar society meet's with Mrs. .1. P. Brown, 413 N, Ward at o'clock. THURSDAY Seventh district Federated Women's clubs .convention 'in Amarillo. City council of Parents and Teachers meets ut 2 o'clock in room 217 at Junior high school. Rnstern Stnr meets nt Masonic hall nt 6 :30 o'clock to go to McLean. Thursday Evening Auxiliary meeting in Presbyterian church at 8 o'clock. FRIDAY G. A. class of First Baptiat church will meet at the church at S-.tfi p.m. Seventh district Federated Women's clubs convention in Amnrillo. World day of prayer interdenominational 'program at First Methodist church bc- Bins with coffee at 8::!0 o'clock, program begins a^ 10 o'clock, with special closing exercises beginning nl 12 noon. Rainbow Girls party In the Masonic hall. Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary meets in the City club rooms ut 8 o'clock. SATURDAY Brow'nie Scout revet in Junior high school gym. MONDAY Pythian Sisters mrct at 8 o'clock in the Temple hall. Kster club meets. Pampa Book club meets in the city club rooms at 7 :HO o'clock. TUESDAY Twentieth Century club meets with Mrs. Pnut Kasishke, (111 N. Somcrvillu, nt 2:45 o'clock. Twentieth Century Forum meets with Mrs. Hoy Huurlniul, 1IM Christine, ut (!:.'»> o'clock. Twentieth Century Culture club meets with Mrs. Frank Mitclmm, 132!) Duncan, at :J o'clock. Business and Professional Women's club meets in the Cily club rooms 'ut 7:30 o'clock. Variftas Study club meets with Mrs. F. E. Imel, HID Gray. . . Tvoyal Neighbors meet in Morten build- iiiK. Hopkins Home Demonstration club meets in Community hall, Y.W.A. meets at 1 o'clock with Miss Hetty Prjgmore, !)12 E. Francis. STARTED SUPERSTITION In 'the Rusiian funeral ritual, three candles are lit by a single taper. This custom is said to have fostered the superstition that three should -not light oieavets from one rpatch. Wm, T. Fraser & Co. The INSUB4NCE Men Automobile, Compensation, Fire end Liability Insurance W W. PR, (.. J, ZACHRY OPTOMETRIST first National Bunk BKlg. for Appointment fhone 369 STAR CAB CO, Phone 536 NQW OPERATING 601 S. CUYLER Business Appreciated WE fslEVpR CLOSE Dependable and Courte^ys |ervjc§ Congo Is Subject of W.S.C.'l Meeiing SHAMROCK. March 6.—(Special) —The W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist church met at the church Monday afternoon with Mrs. Marshall Adams in charge of the pro- j gram. j Mrs. Hubert Bratcher gave a very impressive devotional on the nub- j jject of ' : Congo Gifts Throuyh the I Cross" which was interspersed with musical selections played softly by Mrs. S. L. Diaper. ! Mrs. discussed "Platminn i-n Afgrica for Peace." The business session followed tlir. program with Mrs. Albert Ryan presiding. i Those present included: Mmes. J. H. Caperton. Cliester Tindall, O. T. j 'Glasscock. S. L. Draper. Albert I Ryan. O. B. Harvey. J. M. Tinriall.! : D. J. Bulb, Win. Kyle. L. E. DePo'.v. : •J. B. Chrislner. J. M. Ar'ains. Williams Holmes. Winl'ml lywis, Cllarlc.s Miijnr, :ind Hnbrrl. Butfli^r. Reunion Brings Family Together .SHAMROCK. March 6.— 'Special i — A family reunion was held in the home of Mrs. Florence Poole Sunday. ' All members of hf.T family were nresent for the occasion, with the exemption of one daughter. Mrs. Josephine ^ccibreger. whose home is in Jacksonville. Tho.-e present were: First Sf<:. and Mrs. \V. L. Poole and son r,[ S^n. D:eao, Calif.. Mr. and Mi-?. I. W. Rives and daughter of Kelton: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Williams fumily. V/ellington: 'MY. :'iid F;-vio Pocle ond .son. Kelton: ".-iivd Lot 1 of Waco: Mr. and L. '•!! YrniiK'. Everett and pnole. p.ll of f-hnmroc': and M". and Mrs. Junior Shuffer of liii.s city. This i:s the first time th" had been together for four years. Wednesday, March 6, PAMPA NEWS M Program Planned for Ciiy Council P.-T.A. Horace Mann school will be in • hnrcf ');' the proa rim when the City Gor.i'c'il of Parents ar.d Teacher-; '.nert ; Tlntvsday utCevnoon at 2 o'- clo'.:!;. Tiie m n e!.!iiu is to be held in ivioni. 2i"i at DIP Junior high school. A dis.'insion of "Mental H<- gicne." will be conducted by Mi: ; . Hut'lMi Laycock, Mrs. Roy Holt and 'Mis- Jo.-i'phin" Thomr.s. , V, 1 . B. We..Mh :-rrd will be pre/ : e:r to discuss the proposed county hss- pilal. Tht> Horace Mann program .Will in'. lud.T the school chorus directed by rvii. 1 ;.-, Elizabeth Sevell and the,string class under the direction of "MiSS Kvelvn Tlr.-;r.n. • ' • %w women and girls may get wanted relief from functions! periodic pdlfi T'.\r,7 \\< Read Classified Ads in the Nrws home remedy for relieving miseries 01.' children's colds. ",:iy, hns bio . • •- . 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