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S. ilam fcrvllle is an associate justice of the highest tribunal in the —14 Girl's name 15 Exaggerate 16 Italian city It Man's name 19 Check 120 Feminine i .name • 21 Ardor VERTICAL 1 Opine 2 Greek mount 3 Says 4 Driving command 5 Lines (ab.) 6 On the sheltered side 7 Vend B Midday 9 Average (ab.) 10 Three times (comb, form) 11 Peaceful 12 Norse god 13 Not any 2R Prattle 27 Desert garden -"Pot 28 Feline 29 Malt chink. 31 Cloth measure 32 Observe 38 Cuddle 40 African fly 43 Belongs to her 44 Dill 45 Lifilil touches 46 Of the na'.urc of (suffix) 471ndian 48 Martian «««>• (comb, form) SONVive of *Latvia \ 51 War god *> 53 Ever (contr.) 55 Masculine jj name 1 57 Symbol for'j neon 59 Promissory note (ab.) i 30 Speed contests I 33 Morindin dye I §4 Symbol for i tellurium 35 While 36 French article i 37 Doctrine j 39 Name I 41 Bitter vetch j 42 Worm \ 43 Possesses i 45 Italian town j.49Note in I Guido's scale 152 Graf ted (her.) j 54 Genus of j shrubs 55 Roman road : 56 Soften in [ temper i 58 Paste anew 160 Cubic meters 61 Poems Circle Meetings Held By Melhodisi WSCS Circle Ono oT the Women's So-j cloty for Christian Service of the! First Methodist Church held its; meeting last uw'.c in the homo -of j Mrs. Carlton Nance. Mrs. Luthor Pierson presided over the business meeting and Mrs. John Hcs?oy gave the devotiomil dealing with "Attitudes and Forgiveness". Mrs. Sam Cook -was leader of the lesson on "Overcoming Rnre Prejudices". Mrs. II. H. Boyntun dismissed the meeting with prayer. Attending were Mesdnmes T. S. Ragsdalc, Bessie Bcaslry. Boytilon, iPlerson. Cook, n. K. Elkin. A. C. Steey, Claud Henderson. Hcssey, Nance. SOCIETY PAGE 2 Pampa News, Tuesday, June 24, 1947 I lie iJOCldl Calendar TUESDAY 7-OH Kit Knt Klul) will meet In tlic homf of Vli-Rlnla Mt-Naiiphton, 130a ToiTuee. wHIi Laura iNcll Berry as 7-iiii ins ( 'rt'ssis Chili will meet In I ho' home of Miss Joy™ Hnrr.ih. COf, 7:«o"riH!tii Kho UIi-ls Club, Odd Fcl- Unvs Hull. - Trnr x:00 Soclnl mcntlnK of B and PW " N:ii'n SPICHSQSA, Jnc., Sam Houston School Auditorium. WEDNESDAY !> (Hi W K C S. iincl Wcsleyan f.uikl covi-rprl dish hi-ciikfust in the home of .Mrs. W. rtirvlnnce. S02 West ITIIM- V'l'.O I.:uliPs' Holf Asnclatlon will inoet :it the Country Club. . •>-n» Nnrtlirrii NiiUivul SI-WIIIK Cluo will" moot will) Mrs. Xovton. 2-nn Friendly Hmir SewlnR Club wiih Mrs. W. F. (jlbsnn. 2 -ltd .Merry Mixers Sunbeam Band '' W ftTltat Baptist lc7un on "Si'rliim; to be Christian -" Cirle Two met in the home of Mrs. E. P. HollinRsheiKl with Mrs, A. B. Whitten as co-host rss. Mrs. 1 R. W. Lane, circle chairman, presided over the business meeting and presented the devotional, taken from 1st John, 2nd chapter. Mr*. Quentin Williams was leader of the 5 clears complexion while you sleep 1 1. Remove" BlsrkhMds. Z. Beducm I-arse Tores. .1. Helps Banish External Acn«. 4. 1'eps Up Circulation. 8. Gives Smoother, ClearW Complexion. Get Ihesc 5 wonderful com- .plexion aids in one app I- Hation of NIGHT MAbK, new mcdic.at.ed lotion. Bare, costly msrtdicnts. homogenized lor pcr.cc. Won*, make NIGHT MASK unique! Try it tonight for B new beauty thrill. 10-AppIicatlon ^2 ' lze (plus tax) .s pre:wnt, \vore Mesdamea \YiHiani';. L:uic If. F. Barnhart, ^.hcrm-.-.i White. 1.. H. Harrah. J. C. Ca.sile. Bji; McCoy, tlie hoste.sn. ai.ct two tiuests, Mr---. Loin Evans and Mi.-s Pile. Circle- Three- met at the church with Mrs. Fran:; Wilson as hostess, Mis. Irvin dole presided over the business session and Mrs. H. L. Jordan continued the siudy on "Rad.: Tho-o present were Mesdanics Ccle. Joe Shelton. Clyde Smith, H. K Vim Sickle. W. H. Moscly, C. W. Andrews. W. E. Jaivis. H. H. Btit- !:•'. C. B. E';'.es, Jordan. H. R. Thompson, '.he hostess, and a new member. Mr:;. R. H. Miller. Circle Four held its mooting in the /Kinie of Mrs. Cavl Wilson. Mrs. J. K Kirehin.m conducted the busi- no'.'- nv-"Uii(T, au.l in tlie absenee of the study 'leader. Mrs. F. W. Shot- vvdi pre.s"iitr'i rho study based on •'H:\ce Relations" Attending were Mesdames S. C. 1'Jvans, J. E. Kirchimn. Claude Bo>d K. B.' Ho\v/.r>, C. W. Berry, R. J. Fpn.':, A. B. C.irri'.ii. Horace Me- bee, L. E. Cool, W. R. Campbell, pnd Hi- hoiU'ss. Cii'r'lc Five mer, in the home of Mrs. A. E. McLennan at, \vhich time i he sl.udy ol' "H,;icr- Relations" was i-cnt-ir.ued wilh Mrs. McLcnnau a.s leader, a'-.'ii.slnd by Mrs. Uay Good- iiiulit, and Mrs. Don Ncnsticl. At- lendinK v.'cra Mesdames Pavt! Bow- rrs. Mea-jtiel, Goodnight, the hostess, ur.c! a ne-.v member, Mrs. Briiiklcy. First Wedding Rites Solemnized at Higgins' New Church of Christ CANADIAN, (Special*—Mrs. Vcr- ;;;a Bentlev and Clark Reagan were nv,irri''(! Saturday evening at the' Ohuirh o[ Christ in Hi^sjins, They v,;-ie jiltci-dfd by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oniy of Canadian and Mr. and Mrs. .loliii Cox -)f Perryton. E. R. Carver piinist/.v, read the ceremony. It was tiie first wrticliiiR lo be Eolsftinizecl in '.he iK",vly erected church. Mrs. 1,'rnnan i'> County Treasurer for l-H-niphm County,' and Mr. Reagan h .eniiiloyed at Mie Canadian Water Depart iwiiit. Eleven hundred Methodist ministers i.n England have barred the word "obey" in marriage ceremo- l Officers at Firsl l!;i])tist Church. 8-00 .Tiinlor Gild Fellows, TOOF Hall. New nffit-Pl-s lo be Installed. ,vm> Mid-week i>i"ivtr service at HIM. "'^Ik'Vlrl.V'Bm.UsV Clun-eh Choir rc- "" arSf "' THURSDAY 2-III) Lefnir II. I'. ''I"' 1 Wl11 " u ' et wflii Mrs. H. "• ViiUKh". 7 -!ii All chui-cli viJdliition night at l-cn'lral HaliUst Church. -•:;» I'it-iilc for \\orth\vlnle II. V. i •hilt mr-nil>i-rs iiml Hi"lr fuiiulies on •'• FRIDAY -•(,0 \Vayside .11. P. riub. r -';;o VieVik's Club will ni'"'t ,,^. I- r M-irlrr 1100 Ten'nee. ''-"w Sh^int-al While Peer Cl ol" V 'hrisl. _ WSCS, Wesleyan Guild Will Have Breakfast Mrs. W. R. Campbell, president, ennounccd today that in case of rain the covered dish breakfast planned for the W. S. C. S. and Wesleyan Guild of the First Methodist Church Wednesday at 9 o'clock will be held in the basement of the church; otherwise it will be in the home of Mrs. %V. Purviance, 802 West Francis, as planned. The nursery will be open at the church for the mothers who wish to leave their children there. Crosanan-GiMhers Wedding Vows Exchanged In Eening Ceremony Miss Barbara Jean Grossman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Grossman, SOI N. Sumner, became the bride of Frederick James Cat-others, son of Andrew* Carothers, Hobbs, N. M., in a double ring ceremony read in the/study of the Fiz-st Baptist Church Saturday, June 21, at 6:30 p. m. with Rev. E. Douglas Carver, pastor, officiating. Miss Mildred McCrnte, as maid of ' ~ honor, wore a black crepe dress with pink and b'.acx accessories and a white carnation corsage. Marvin Gray served as best man. The bride wore an aqua street Mrs. COM Elected W. A, HARRIMAN Secretary o] Comw(w S.iys: Used Fats Worthwhile Club To Have Picnic Supper Members and their families of the Worthwhile Home. Demonstration Club will hold a Picnic supper Thursday night at the west end of City Park. Time for the outing has been sol at 7:30 o'clock. Members will bring a picnic supper, 'their husbands and cliilclren. Police Auxiliary Disbands Till Fall The Police Auxiliary, which usually meets every second and fourth Pri- ciuv at 3 oWock, will not meet this Friday as it has disbanded until the second Friday in September. Miss Ruth Anderson Named Tea Honoree SHAMROCK— (Special) — Miss Ruth Anderson, director of Colegio Americana, Porto Alegrc, Brazil, who was a house guest in the home of her , sister. Mrs. J. B. Benson, was complimented with a tea at the First Methodist Church Thursday afternoon. The WSCS of Shamrock and Wellington were co-hostesses to the women of the Clarendon district. Baskets of summer flowers made attractive decorations for the lovely affair. In the receiving line were: Mrs. Hubert Bratcher, the honoree, Mrs. Prank Anderson of Wellington and Mrs. Ed R. Wallace. Mrs. Chester Tindall presided at the guest register. The tea table was laid with a cloth of Italian cut-work and centered with a bowl of sweetpeas in pastel shades. Mrs. J. R. Benson poured, assisted by Mmes. J. H. Caperton, Royco Lewis and Chester Tindall. Mrs. L. S. Griffin, president of the Shamrock WSCS, was in charge of the program. Rev. Hubert Eratcher, pastor of the First Methodist Church, gave the invocation, which was followed by two vocal selections by Miss- Helen Jo Holder of Wellington. She was accompanied by Mrs. Frank Anderson. Miss Kathleen Tindall gave a musical reading- accompanied by Mrs. Cabot Brannon of Clinton, Okla. Mr;;. (Griffin introduced Mrs. Hubert Bratcher, who presented the guest speaker. Miss Anderson', Who plans to sail for Brazil in July to resume her work, used as her theme: "It Is Later Than We Think." She brought p,n impressive message filled with inspiration. Mrs. Sam Gohlson of Wellington, presented Miss Anderson with a love gift from the group. Miss Nannette Tyscon Attends Girls' State MOBEETIE (Special)—Miss Nannette Tyscon of Mobeetie and the Texas State School for the Blind in Austin has recently returned from Austin where she attended, and was elected Controller of Public Accounts of the Blue Bonnet Girls' State held there June 1-7. Upon the recommendation of Superintendent W. E. Allen of the T.S.S.B. to the American Leion Auxiliary of Mobeetie, that group sponsored Nannette to attend Girls' State All representatives ' were chosen for scholarship, leadership, and sportsmanship. A city, county, and state government was set up with the girls divided Into rival teams and villages. Nannette was a member of the "white" team and resided in the 'city' of Jolleyville. This was the same 'city' in which Miss Ann McNamara. Pampa. was a member. Recreation at the meeting included a reception at the Governor's Mansion with the Governor giving a short talk, a swimming party and wiener roast, a tour of the Texas State Capitol, and a talent program in which Nannette participated by playing Richard Addinscll's "Warsaw Concerto" on the piano. Miss Tyscon has attended the Texas School for the Blind for the past 11 years where she has been recognized as an outstanding stud- Said Nannette of the meeting. "It was the most wonderful week I have ever spent. It is really something that civic orginizations should take an interest in sponsoring a girl from each community each year." Engagement Revealed By Shamrock Couple SHAMROCK — fSpecial) — Announcement of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Mo- Kenc Couglas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Douglas, 411 North Houston, to R. L. Roberts, son of Mrs. L. D. Roberts and W. A. Roberts of Canadian, was revealed at a coffee Friday morning, given by the mother of the bride-elect. Receiving the guests were Mrs. Douglas, the bride-elect, Mrs. Matt Day, Miami, sister of Mr. Roberts, Miss Shirley Jones, Canadian, and Miss Ann McSpedden, Waynoka, Okla. Miss Joyce Beasley presided at the register and presented each guest with a miniature hand-painted bride's book which revealed the wedding date. The Douglas home was rccorated with cut flowers. The beautifully appointed serving table was laid with a cloth of lace and centered with a.n arrangement of white carnations, fern, babybreath and festoons of white satin ribbon. Miss Johnnie Douglas, sister of the bride, poured. Sim was assited with serving by Mrs. Hugh Parsell, sister of Mr. Roberts, Canadian. White nakins, inscribed in silver, "Mogcne mid R. L.—August 17," repeated the announcement. length crepe dress with white accessories. For something old and borrowed she wore a lavnliere which had been worn by her aunt when she was married 35 years ago; for something new she carried a white linen handkerchief; and for something blue she wore blue garters. Her corsage was of red roses. For their wedding trip to Amnrlllo, the bride wore a gray suit with red and white accessories. Mrs. Carothers was graduated from Pampa High School with the class of 1944 and was n member of the National Honor Society. Since her graduation she has been employed by the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Mr. Carothers served in the Navy and is .now employed by the Cabot Shops. Junior Odd Fellows To Install Officers Mrs. Tucker lo Have Baptist WMU Program Circle Three will give the program with Mrs. R. W. Tucker in charge when all circles of the W. M. U. of the Fir.jt Baptist Church meet at the church Wednesday 'at 3 p.m., for their Royal Service program. "The America Negro" will be the .subject for the program. Mrs. J. M. Kccncv will give the devotional, Mis. j. C. Mollnwrt v,he biography of the Negro race, Mrs. N, B. Ellis will sing a Negro spiritual, and Mrs. R. W. Tucker will close the pro- gitm with a question and answer period. Mrs. Silvey Gave Dinner for Oilers The Mrs. A. D. Brown, 107 N. Hobart, who was mentioned in yesterday's paper as having entertain ed the Pampa Oilers, their familic^ and friends at a uinner in her homo lasl Friday afternoon, should haw read Mrs.' A. D. Silvey. James Nivcr, newly-elected chief julcr of the Junior Odd Fellows, and Ray Dean Noland, new deputy ruler, will be installed when the Junior Odd Fellows meet Wednesday night at 8 o'clock in the TOOF Hall. Chester Nicholson is the new ad- i isory officer for the group and Vernon Hall is team captain. Rev. Glen Roenfeldt Will Address WMU All members of the Women's Missionary Union of the Central Baptist Church are urged to attend the business meeting and Royal Service program which will be held at the church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Gleu Roenfeldt will be present and tell of his trip to Ridgecrest, N. C. The Executive Board will hold its meeting at 1:30. Ester Club president At Meeting Monday New officers were elected by members of the Ester Club when they met in the home of Mrs. Carl Baer on Duncan Street last night at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Alva Phillips was co- hostess. Mrs. John Mitchell, retiring president, presided over the meeting. New officers included Mrs. H. M. Cone, president; Mrs. Walter Clay, vice president; Mrs. John Mitchell. secretary; Mrs. Alva Phillips, treasury; and Mrs. R. B. Brummett, reporter. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. E. N. Franklin. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Mitchell and daughter, Johnlyn, W. A. Noland, Clay, J. W. Crisler, Alva Phillips, John Killian, W. A. Phillips, Leo Braswel], Pat Howard, Franklin, Brummett, and Barbara Baer, daughter of the hostess. At Surprise Shower Saturday Afternoon Mrs. Jahnsson Is Shower Honoree PANHANDLE. (Special) — Mrs. Lee Roy Meaker honored Mrs. Charles Jahnsson of Borger with a pink and bluo shower on Thursday. Co- hostesses were Mrs. V. C. Meaker arid Mrs. Al Lethcoe. The entertaining rooms were decorated with garden flowers in color. 1 ; of pink and blue. Various games and contests appropriate to the occasion were played with the winders giving their presents to the honoree. Refreshments of pink and blue decorated angel i'ood cake, ice cream and punch were served to the guest list, which included, Mesdames O. Mtnker, Ed Prcusser, O. R. Meaker, Jimmic Labus, C. E. Meaker, M. L. Bender, R. W. Crites, O. York, Julius Meaker, LaVaughn Curtis, Fred Crist, Don Eckman, Frank Crist, Mary Lee Warsoniek and Purl Meak or of Pampa; Misses Grace and Inez Meaker. Family Reunion Held In Skellylown Sunday SKELLYTOWN, (Speciall — A family reunion was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Huey of Skel- Ivtown Sunday, June 22. All children of the couple were present for the reunion. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. L. Euitts, Richmond, Calif; Daniel Huey, Wichita, Kans.; Mrs. Faye Daugherty and son, Odessa; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huey and family, Pampa; Mrs. Mary Watkins and family, Pampa; mid Mr. and Mrs Willis Denham, Skellytown. Read The Pampa News Want Ails PANHANDLE, rspecian— tJonor« ing Miss Julia Mae Ingram, bride- elect of Oliver M. Spurlock of Elk City, Miss Mary Lemons entertained with a surprise shower on Saturday afternoon at her farm home south of Panhandle. -Bouquets of garden flowers decorated the gift rooms. Refreshments, carrying out the bride-elect's chosen colors of green and white, were served from a lace- covered table centered with a large cake decorated with rosebuds. Favors were green and white mints -with. the words "Julia Mac and O. M., June 28." The guests list included Mrs. Grovnr Ingrum, the honoree's moth* er her sister, Mrs. Bill Johnson and sons, Roy, Ilay and Clifford, Amarillo; Mesdames Marjorie Roberds, James Knievihm, H. L. Lemons, E. L Anderson, Amarillo; Russell Hatcher, Amarillo, Wayne. Drisklll and Larry; Misses Maxine Bender, I.ula Mae Cummings, 'Viola, and Ruby June Vance. PHARMACY Is Our Profession FT6B Proscription Delivery "EXPERTTRUSS FITTING SURGICAL SUPPLIES PRESCRIPTION LABORATORY 119 W. KlngsmiU PhoitB jj)20 GLASSES BROKEN? Let Us Repair Them For You At Once. USE YOUR CREDIT AS LOW AS $1.00 WEEK Eyes Examined Offices At Glasses Fitted PAMPA OPTICAL CO. z A L E ' S SAVE MORE AT BOLES Men's is & KIT 1 ir Bll I >: Wool and Rayon Gaberdine Four eolid colors to make selection from Sixes 28 to 42 Excellent value at $Q95 Summer COTTOM PRINT Beautiful Slection Fast colors. Values to 59c 36" wide. 35 C ', yd. Men's Balbriggan Shirt sleeved . . . long leg ... 40 to 46 E fl^sifi? 1 n ffi EwiJIR "Hope" Bleached Used cooking fats have represented a substantial part of our total industrial fat supply. The more than 600 million pounds of used fats that American homemakers have saved and turned in since 1942 has been of vital importance. It is a record of which every woman who contributed may well be very proud. The United States still lacks adequate supplies of fats and oils. And we are particularly short of industrial fats. Many, if not most, of the things we all use and wear require industrial fats, or the products of industrial fats, such as soaps and glycerine, in their manufacture. So won't you keep up your good work and continue to save and turn in every possible pound of used fat? Stcretaiy U. S. Department of Commerce SAVE USED FATS Dinner Bridge Club Entertained Friday SHAMROCK, (Special) — The pinner-Bridge Club was entertained in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Scott 1 McCall Friday evening. Following the dinner, bridge provided entertainment with high r-core prize for loclies being awarded to Mi'3. Harry Clay, and high prize for men, going to Bob Purcell. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dillon were, special guests, with the following j members . present: Messrs. and Mmcs. Wayne Pox, Baxter Purr- cell, Harry Clay, and Bob Purcell, and Lyman Benson. Kitten Romance Designs 50 Oo By MBS. ANNE CABOT The gay and debonair Jittle six.- inch kittens are to be embroidered in bright outline and darning stitch. A set of towels featuring the coyj't- ship and weddjng of these kittens yiakes a big hit at a kitchen shower pajrty. An4 6Bibro,i<iered on tlie ,s<juare§ s>t • & oWA's ..«•& of little bedspread they pro,vofc» gndiesg storytelling in the nursery. Grand- mammas will enjoy working these designs on neat pink or blue summer spreads. 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