Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on October 29, 1961 · Page 19
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 19

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, October 29, 1961
Page 19
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Doug Hal ley Guest Speaker For Jaycee^ttes In City Club Room Doug rfalley, director of" the Pampa Youth «nd CerntfiUrtlty Center, presented a program on the Youth Center to members of the Jaycee * Ettes at a meeting held Wednesday night in the City Club Room. * ttalley emphasized the importance 6f the youth of today "as the future freedom fighters of tomorrow." He related,how impor- t"nt it is to imprint in the minds ol youth, Jhe blessings Of freedom as it' is today, "Children and young people have emotions that must be expelled and it's wonderful when a city, such as Pampa, and its citizens provide a wholesome, well- rounded, plan of activity for the youth, which Can be found at the Youth Center. Juvenile delinquen- Pancake Supper Date Planned By Women Of Moose Mrs. Ray Cales,' senior regent, presided at the Tuesday evening meeting of Women of the Moose Lodge, 401 E- Brown. During the business meeting, a new candidate was approved and •will be initiated at the next meeting on Nov. 14 at 8 p.m. in the lodge rooms. Plans for a Pancake Supper were discussed with Nov. 28 set as the date. Serving will begin at '5:30 p-m. and continue until 9 p.m. in the Moose Lodge. Door prize was won by Mrs. W. C. Brown' Members attending were Mines Lovie Fry, Ray Gales. W. C. Brown, Bill Morso, Truman Garrison, B. W. Lard, D. C- Reed, Jeff Lard, Connie Lockhart, Tom Beard, Sam Goodan, Alvin Driggers, Harvey Downs and Bennye Corey. , [cy will be on tha decrease and will continue to do so when a place is provided to take care of so much lesiure time." Mrs. A. J. Carubbi, president, presided dufing the business meeting. Correspondence read by Mrs. Dick Cook included a letter from Mrs. Dick Wadsworth, state president, expressing appreciation to the Pampa Club for its hospital!- ty and the well • planned installation banquet. A letter was also read from Mrs. Nick Yaxbek of Amarillo, Region One vice president, congratulating the club on its organization. It was decided bv the group to purchase Jaycee - Ette Vests to be worn at all functions sponsored by The vests will be similar to the Jaycee vests. The club also voted to give a donation to the United fund. Refreshments were served following the meeting from a table appointed with a Halloween motif. Hostesses were Mmcs. Mark Buzzard, "T. J. Vickery and Earl Barnett. Just The Thing For Campus Wear Bulky knits will star on the campus this fall. Thfs one has an oversized cowl neckline (left). It s worn with wool pants in tile pattern. Vertical striped cotton, knll pullover (right) teams with, tapered flat knit pants. These arc Aileen dcsiens. Circles Of Hobart Street Baptist Church Meetf or Mission Book Study I Local Rose Society Runaway Circle iGoes On Field Trip Meets filth mm PAMPA BAiLV NEWS , octoftEir *, Newcomers' Club Entertains With Luncheon In The Comnado Inn The Newcomers Club of Pampa entertained with « luncheon Thursday in the Coronado Inn, Members and guests were registered by Mrs. Bill Chafin, membership chairman in the absence of Mrs- R, S. Lee, club treasurer. During a "get * acquainted session," each one present introduced herself by composing and reading a jingle using her name in the rhyme. Partners for lunch eon were found by matching magazine jig - saw pictures. During the brief business meeting, conducted by Mrs. Albert Knox, it was announced that only (he Morning Coffee will be held during November and December because of the conflict with the holidays. It was also approved that members will be eligible to receive the door prize not more than once during a year. Mrs. B. G' Monzingo whose name was drawn for Ihe door- prize, was presented with a handbag, compliments of Smith's Quality Shoes. Mrs- Lorene Locke, Merchants' hostess, made the pre- sentaton. Bridge games followed the luncheon. Out - of » town guests were Mmet. K. B. Peckenbaugh and A. D, Dodge, both of Amarillo and Mrs- George Elmore of Dallas. It was announced that the next meeting will be at 10 a.m. on Nov- H in Ihe Coronado Inn at which time a most unusual program is being planned, according to the president, Mrs. Knox. All Pampa newcomers, who have moved to ,the city within the last two years, are invited to attend. Reservations may be mnde by calling Mrs. Chafin, MO 4-3502 for reservations- Unless you are an experienced cook, don't try out n new recipe on guests,'s fa*' r«jooft In the 6fh«r ifuff H* sav«? NO STRAIN Rice won't stick to the bottom of the pan if you boil it in ait aluminum strainer. The rice will be fluffier cooked, this way, and the pan more easily cleaned. RHEUMATIC ARTHHITIC TtCTftft Oliared Faster Belie! From Psini mrm m ram ««*«. will *<* n«u»t»t«. Reduces erl« «ei4, tWn onlek. long«r l.i'.lnr t*ll«f to 4n,Z tmlna, Oct »-nu!n« A.R. Ftln R*IM RICHARD DRUG Joe Tooley— Pampa's Synonym (or Drugs Ml N. Cuytor MO 5-5741 Mrs. Dodson Leads Study For Group Women's Missionary Society of Barrett Baptist Chapel met Wecl- jnesday morning at 10 a.m. in the church for mission study conducted by Mrs. Earl Dodson of the First Baptist Church, The mission study was concerned with "Hands Across The' Sea' 1 as related to Baptist work in Europe. The current study will continue through November. Mrs. J. M,,Hill, president, presided.' ,.. .. f- ;;". •'•• '•.. . .• Attending were" Mines,', A. - E. Burns, Earl Dodson, James Nipp. . C.. C. Mead, Jimmie -Morse, Bill Henry, Bobby Shoopman, Virga Stackhouse and Robert Bettis. The next meeting for the group •will be on Nov. 1 at 10 a.m. in th eBarrett Baptist Chapel. Hobart Street Baptist Women's Missionary Society met Tuesday at 9:30 a.m for study in members' homes with the following reports: FRANCES KNIGHT CIRCLE met with Mrs. R. B. Hedrick, 725 N. Wells with Mrs. Warren Thomas presiding. Mrs. C. G. Smith Mrs. Delmar Barefoot led in a special prayer for missionaries and the sick. Mrs. J. F. Fife, program chairman, introduced the topic "The World on Our Doorstep". Participating in the program were Mmes. I. H. Woodward, R. B. Hedrick, C. G. Smith, H. C. Wilkie, Delmar Barefoot. Closing prayer was by Mrs. .Warren Thomas. Refreshments were served dur- jng the social hour. Mrs. J. B. Fife will be hostess for the Oct. 31 meeting at 9:30 a.m. in her home, 1132 Neal Rd. EUNICE LEACH CIRCLE met in the home of Mrs. Arnold Hale, 932 S. Banks with Mrs. E. J. charge of the business meeting. Plans were made for a handkerchief shower for Mrs, Eu- nice'Leach, for whom the circle is nanied. Prayer <was lead by Mrs. Hale. Mrs. Bill Simpson led the study on "The World On Our Doorstep." Attending were Mmes. E. J. Moxley, Bill Simpson, Frank Hoi- man, W. A. Swoveland, who dismissed the group with prayer. Refreshments were served during the social hour by the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. A. B. Clark, 1121 Necl Rcl. on Oct. 31 at 9:30 a.m. VALARTE SHERARD .'CIRCLE met. with Mrs. James Schaub, 611 N. Dwighf with Mrs. Schaub opening the meeting with prayer. During the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Schaub, the secretary's and treasurers reports was given by Mrs. Dean Dalton. Mrs. W. R. Brown, taught the mission study book, "Hands Across The Sea." Mrs. Bob Marlar read the prayer calendar and Mrs. J. N. Tackett led closing prayer. Nine members were present. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Mrs. Bob Marlar will be hostess for the Oct. 31 meeting at 9:30 a.m. in her home, 621 N. Magnolia. LITTLE LIX ._.. - , „ Tne only form of exercise some people get is pushing their luck. Pampa Rose Society went on a' field trip Saturday to Canadian and Lake Marvin. The group met at the home of Mr- and Mrs. Ira Carlton, 331 N. Faulkner at 9 a.m. and drove to the lake. The clay was spent hiking, pho-j tographing and gathering plants' for dried arrangements. Picnic baskets were brought by families and coffee was served by the hosts Mr, and Mrs. Carlton. Members attending were Drand Mrs. Weldon Adair; Messrs, and Mmes. A. F. Johnston, Garner Altom, Ira Carlton. Guest were Mr. and Mrs- John Barnes, Weldon and Eileen Adair and Doug Altom. It was announced that the next meeting will be in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Adair at which time new officers for the year will be elected. STIRRING TALE Use a wooden spoon to stir food cooked in enamel pots and pans- The wood leaves no marks on the surface, arid the pots can be washed clean without scouring. The Dmvaway Circle of Highland Baptist Chui'ch Women's Missionary Union met with Mrs. Lee Gilleland, 409 Lowry. Mrs. Mayscl Butler opened the meeting with prayer. During the business meeting, Ihe name of Mrs. A. G. Dunaway, R. N. of Okuta, Nigeria, was chosen as the circle's name. Mrs. John Dawes read the prayer calendar of foreign missions, ries. Bible study, in the form of group discussion, was taken from Genesis. All members participated in the question and answer period. Refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs, Gilleland, during the social hour. Members attending, in addition to those previously mentioned, were Mmes. D, W. Tracy, Eunice Hunt, Ray Jackson and A. M. Giesler. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Giesler, 105 N. Nelson on Nov. 8 at 9:30 a.m. Read the News Classified Ads NEWS SERVICE Agent For Fort Worth Star — Telegram 110 W. Kingsmlll MO 4-3319 PAMPA'S ONLY BOOK STORE Member: ABA We will special order your Bool SKIPPIES Skippies pantie girdles... each with front and back controlling panels for extra flattening. 2 1 A inch waistband for waistline slimming. 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