Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 26, 1947 · Page 4
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 4

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, June 26, 1947
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Husfiond Pfcyd of You MlttETT ( ---_. Staff Writer "wh!y doesn't somebody tell $dft£h thftt It Is a lot more im- ttirteht for a man to be proud of nft Wfe's looks than It ever was tefefftrfe ihey were married?" ttofc man Who asked that question in his tetter went on to say how many men of his acquaintance had »6fH&l attractive girls who. in a Jew Short years lost most of their attractiveness. He reasoned— and perhaps rightly 66^-that the women who grow care- IfcSS about their figures and are un- Ittiaginatlce about their dress— just don't realize how important their looks are to the man they married. When girls are out to get husbands, they certainly know that a man wants to be proud of his date. •They'll spend two hours getting ready to go to the movies and half a day glamorizing themselves for a dance. TAKES WILL POWER Of course, most women — after they take on the full-time job of housekeeping and being a mother —have less t'me to spend on their aP BUt r wlth'a little will power they can keep their figures. With imagination and planning they get in enough beauty licks to make the most of whatever beauty is theirs at any age. All they need to remember is! that It is mucl more important to a man to be able to say with j nride. "This is my wife." than it ever was for him to say. "This Is Miss so-and-so.^ _____ ____ Drill Team Organized For Jr. Odd Fellows The Junior Odd Fellows held their regular session Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the IOOF Hall with Johnnie Reeves, duet ruler, presiding over the business session. Vernon Hall, team captain- organized a drill team and held practice session. Walter E. Clay and Jack Lewis were received as senior brothers. The next regular meeting will be held July 2 at which time installation of newly-elcctRd officers for the ensuing six months- term will be held. There were 20 members present. Including junior and senior members. Brfde Is Given Shower At While Deer WHITE DEER—Mrs. Leon Os- bornc. the former Miss Dorothy Poe. was honored with a tea and miscellaneous bridal shower. Friday afternoon in Sunbeam Hall, Hostesses were Mesdames J. W. Wells. W. B. Carey. Loyd Collis. and Edward Dittberncr. Bouquets of summer flowers dec- oratetd the mantel and piano and were placed elsewhere about the room. The gift display tables were lace covered. The guests were registered by Mrs. Truman Reid and receiving \veri Mesdames J. W. Osborne. mother of the bridegroom and Frank Poe. mother of the bride, and the honor- ce. All members of the house party wore corsages fashioned of sweet- peas and roses. The lacu-covcrorl tea table was beautifully appointed with crystal and silver and centered with a crystal bowl of swectpeas. flanked by tall pink tapers in crystal holders. Mrs. Dittberner presided at thhe punch bowl. A program of appropriate piano selections was presented during the afternoon by Sammy Milligan. Calling during tlie receiving hours were Mesdames J. W. Everly. M. G. Upton. E. L. Colgrove. Conner O'Xcn!. Julia Powers. W. L. Potter. Sam Osborne. F. L. Smoot. H. G. Hyncls. J. E. Smith. J. C. Freeman, Kate Shaw. Alvin Williams. T. C. Jackson. Ijoycl Wells and Charles Milligan; Miss Ann Scott and Janet and Glenn Reid. Sending gifts were Mesdamcs Leonard Ballard- Anna Dickens. Doc Har.vey. Joe Scaggs. Henry Bobbitt. n. A. 'Thomnsn. B. R. WceUs. F. J. Travis and Peggy. W. C. Powers, C. M. Eslc.-;. O. J. Hess. W. D. Newman and Jimo Lou. Emil Rapstlne. Arvin Click. John Beighle, Frank Evans. E. H. Grimes. Mesdames Eugene- Richardson. Donald Nicholson. Harry Edenborough. Dud Burns, John Darnell. John Gores. Sr.. K. E. Guycr, Rachel Husband. J. B. Jones. Walter Kala- hnn, Joe and Villa- Roland Dnucr. E. F. Tubb. M. W. Potect. H. H. Bray. Arthur Kirkwood. P. D. McBride. Carl McAdams, J. D. Edgar, Cury Boyd. John Poe nncl Nicholson; and Misses Dorothy Colgrove and Mary Jane Russem. Panhandle Rebekah Circle Meets Friday The Panhandle Rebekah Circle meeting will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at Amarillo when the San Jacinto Lodge No. 145 will entertain in IOOF Hall. A large number from Pampa are planning to attend. PAGE 4 Pampa News, Thiittday, June 26, 194? The Social Calendar THURSDAY 7:30 All church visitation night at Central Baptist Church. 8;00 Jiohek.iliH will meet In IOOF Hall. s;fin Diiiricr-Blnfro-Uiinco at Country Chili for n>fmtiei>'. FRIDAY 2:00 VM.vslilo H. p. Club. 2::i» Vici-m-M rlul> will innct with Mrs. C. t,. M:u-k-v, 11CO Tcrra'T. 7:.'iO .SinRiiiK at \Vhite Deer Church of Christ. S:on )'anli:iml!i- Holifli.-ili (,'lrcln mnot- ln« in lonl-" Hall :it Amarillo. San .Ia- 'i'litn J-itulKi- Ni>. Mr. will bo hostess. SATURDAY S:0» r-'iftli Snmluy, Knur County in.-rliitf Cfiiivfiilliui ill AVnrcl's now i'Mliiiit-1 Simp, "J-l S. Starkweather. Will c-oMtinm- Ihr'iiiH'li 10 )>. m. and nil clay Sunday. Itrini; your lunch. SUNDAY \Vi-drtinp of Miss .Toyne Taylor Kscll TJI-O UiilK-rts, Jr., Ill Kli-sl .vK-rlan Chmvli. Kov. lloliert J. Hnrll, .Midland, will officiate". MONDAY !>:(»> Dully Vacation Bible School ^ns at I'rcsbytc-riaii Church under dirnctlon of iMrs. A. li. llaynes, Ctin- TUESDAY Z:W Morton II. I). Club mcots with Mrs. T, I!. Proves. :.'!H Ijiis Crpsiis Club. :.'!» Thcla Klio tili-ls Mill) in IOOF Hall. 7::'.» I'.PVT Club's Kxpeutlvn Board. Ston SPKHSQPA meets in .Sum HOUK- n Auditorium. WEDNESDAY s:00 .Junior Odd Fellows hi IOOF Hall. Fan Slices Time Of Beauty Tasks Ry ALICIA HART NEA Staff Writer Use your electric fan to speed up beauty routines, when timesaving counts. Freshly-polished nails won't keep your hands helpless for so long, it you'll hold them in front of a circulating fan—at a safe distance, of course. Shampooed hair can bo dried in half the usual time, if you'll towel it in the breeze of a fan. And dampened pin-ups will turn lank locks into springy curls almost as fast as you stick in pins by the same magic. Turn a strong current of air on the lingerie wash which you need to dry in a hurry. To speed the drying of a girdle stuff it with absorbent tissue, pin up and turn on the fan. Fan should be placed on the floor nnd to one side of clothesline so that air can circulate between clamp togs. Enlarged Program For Firsi Church Discussed by Group Plans for an enlarged program for the First Methodist Church were discussed by the Pastoral and Inter-Church Relations Committees when they were entertained at breakfast this morning at 8 o'clock by Rev. and Mrs. H. Clyde Smith in the parsonage. Attending were Raymond Harrah, chairman of the Inter-Church Relations Committee; Arthur Teed, chairman of the Pastoral Relations Committee; and the following committee members; Lee Harrah, W. D. Waters. Roy Bourland. John Hessey, Arthur Rankin, W. H. Vandenburg. and Farris C. Odcn; and Revs. D. W. Blnkley and Smith. Dinner, Bingo" and Dance Scheduled at Country Club Tonight Members of the Country Club will be entertained at a dinner party tonight at 8 o'clock at the Country Club, followed by bingo games and a dance. Hosts and hostesses for. the evening will be Messrs and Mesdames Ben Williams, Ed Weiss, George Friauf, James Massa. A. A. Schuneman, and E. O. Wedgeworth. Kit Kat Klub. Makes Plans For Parties Miss Laura Nell Berry was hostess when the Kit Kat Klub met in the home of Miss Virginia McNaughton, 1305 Terrace, Tuesday evening at 7. Miss Helen Kiser. president, presided over a short business meeting in which a swimming and slumber party were planned for next Tuesday beginning at 7:30 at the city pool. The slumber party will be in the home of Miss Hilda Burden. 1319 Mary Ellen, Cokes and cookies were served by the hostess to Misses Zita Kennedy, Frances Gilbert. Beverly Baker. Helen Kiser. Martha Parks, Eaunell Johnson. Barbara Amery. Donna Nensticl, Nanecn Campbell. Judy Smith, Barbara Walters. Hilda Burden. Joan Appleby, Pat O'Rourke, Joan Sawyer, Virginia McNaughton, Mrs. Gene Lunsford, and Mrs. L. L. Sone. Fine LUCKY STRIKE presents THE MAN WHO KNOWS- m TOBACCO BUYER! "SEASON AFTiR SEASON, at auction after auci tion, I've seen the makers of Lucky Strike k y y jjPgj fine<-tasting leaf... that fine quality tobacco that makes a top-quality smoke." B. /?. Leech, independent tobacco buyer of Glasgow, Ky., has been a Lucky Strike smoker for 16 years UCKY,>TR«KE/^EANS NE ^OBACCP Fi'rm/ So Fully Packed «• So Freo end Ea*y on fht Prow Lml'Btfff . To Install Officers for Borger's Club Tonight Mrs. Mildred B. Lafferty, outgoing president of the local Business and Professional Women's Club, has been invited to-4nst011 newly-elected officers for the Borger club tonight at 7:30 in the Federated Club Rooms in the Hutchlnson County Library at Borger. She will use the impressive formal Rainbow Ceremony. Heading the new roster of officers for the Borgsr clulj is Mrs. Marguerite Benson, who was re-elected for a second term. A largo group from the local club is planning to attend the meeting and dinner which the Borger members will prepare and serve. They will leave by chartered bus at 6(30 sharp this evening from the Texas Gas and Power office. Going from here will be Mesdmncs Lafferty. Roy Cliisum, incoming president. Lucille Turner. Katherlne Martin, Rex Barton, Etina Lee Moorcs. Paul Hill. Frank Lard, Lee McDonnell. Laura Bell Cornelius, Alpha Bradley, Evora Crawford, Gladys Jaynes, Mac Etta Powers, ami Vena Rciley and daughter, Maureen; and Misses Maggie Hollls. Ruby Williams, and Charlie Ncal Young. ATTEND UAINBOW ASSEMBLY SHAMROCK, (Special) — Seven Shamrock Girls are attending the Grand Assembly of Texas for Rainbow Girls, which convened at Dallas this week. The group went by train, leaving Childrcss Sunday afternoon, accompanied by Mrs. Jack Montgomery, Mother Advisor. Local Rainbow Girls making the trip included Ruby Joe Payne, Mary Lou Hoffman. Joan Bell, Kathleen. Tindall. Wanda Ruth Roden, Doris Nell Betcnbough, and Martha Ann Montgomery. WMU Discusses Racial Problem Circle 3 was In charge of the program "American Negro", with Mrs. R W. Tucker as leader when the First Baptist Women's Missionary Union met at the church Wednesday afternoon. Hymn singing and a prayer opened the program and was followed with the devotional given by Mrs. T. E. Keeney. Prayer was by Mrs. Douglas Carver. Mrs. Tucker brought out the fact that there are now about 13 million Negroes in America with 11 million of them living In the South. She reported that 85 percent/ of this number are being educated. In keeping with the theme of the program, a Negro spiritual "Standing in the Need of Prayer" was sung by Mines: M. B. Ellis. Mack Hiatt. Jr., and John Brandon and Miss Patsy Ellis. Mrs. J. C. Vollmert gave an interesting discussion of the lives of two American Negro women. Mrs. Tucker closed the program with a discussion and answer game pertaining to the Negro racial problems. s The business session was presided over by Mrs. Bob Allfrd. Since there .will be five Wednesdays in July, the WMU will not meet until July 9. At this time the regular monthly business meeting will be held and will feature a luncheon and Royal Service program. There were 32 women present for the meeting. Lodge Has Ffiftttal Inifiaiion Monday Viernes Club Will Meet for Election Members of the Viernes Club will meet with Mrs. C. L, Marler. 1160 Terrace, at 2:30 Friday afternoon for election of new officers. All members are urged to attend this meeting. — Mrs. feddle Lee Beck and MnS. ftuby Mac Carpenter were formally initiated into the" Rebekah Lodge- Monday evening when members held their regular weekly meeting in the IOOF Hall at 8 o'clock. Plans were made for the installation of new officers at the first meeting in July. "They include Mrs. Irene McCoy, noble grand; and Mrs. Edith Noble, vice grand. A large number of the members reported they planned to attend the Rebekah Circle meeting In Amarillo Friday night. Following the meeting refreshments of sandwiches and cold drinks were served to Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. Berry, v/ho were initiated recently. and Mesdames Fanny Coleman. Ida Shubrlng. Clara Peginspaugh, Muriel Nichols, Dorothy Hornet; Ethel Austin, Georgle Mae Hoff, Gertrude Huckins, Mary Cowart, Irene McCoy. Bernice Veal. Oleima Anderson. Mesdames Eddie Lee Beck. Ruby Mae Carpenter, Eula Wilkerson. Dorothy Palmerton. Jewell Ray Hand. Maggie. Webb, Ysleta Watt. Edith Noble. Louise Morgan, Ruth Groberg. Clarice Wrinkle. Pearl Gennett. Leon a Yell. Florence Sullivan. Marjorie Peckham. Dona Crawford. and Betty Wichter; Miss Addle Fern Lick; and Roy Sullivan and Everett Crawford. Enrichment of flour and bread helps to increase the thiamine, ri- boflavln, niacin, and iron in the diet. Use cabbage leaves as nests for diced tart apples combined with an equal quantity of finely shredded cnbbngc. -Witfr Dhnet . . Wt of ideftl citizens W&f teong guests At a airiner-M6n9"a? eVenttig honoring Mr. and Mr§. Loyd Taylor, M1o rMde on a rSMgh itt ftetf Meitlevi, and afe visiting in this Hop* of Mr. and Mrs. ttafvey OloM, Whee'le:. ••';'Guests in the Close hqine fctf tfie evening meal were MaJ'or arid Mi$. Bill Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Taylor and daughters, Marjfdrle; and Nancy, Shamrock; Mrs. J, G. iJjft?, Oklahoma City; Mr. and Mrs. Will Taylor, Mrs. Eva Lee and Mrs. Linda Clay, Wheeler. Style Extremes Embarrass Timid The girl who is apt to feel miserable if her clothes attract too much attention had better sidestep the new and Unusual until bolder misses have had a chance to. put across 1047's extremes In fasH- ions. Take the new allure that -bates shoulders or draws eyes to little lace windows in dresses. To be worn successfully, these touches first of all demand a good figure. They also require self-confidence from the wearer. A timid girl's aplomb is be thrown by the notice her dress gets. Longer skirts are definitely a fashion. But if you feel that you are conspicuous in a hemline heading for the heels, shorten your skirt. When the longed style is generally adopted, you can lower your hem and get into the swim. Stocking shades, ate going darker. But if you hate to have, your .legs stared at because they look different from Susie Jones, who clings to more familiar bieges. wait until more girls are wearing 1 * dark stockings before you switch your shade. V ! y< "' IC6LV Shelled Pecans '• • • * • » » « I Wunder Salad Dressing Pl J " Light Crust Flour ^••^^ . MODABT SHAMPOO 3Qc imf • ' ^^ ^^ 75c size TOMATO JUICE Hunt's, 46-oz. can .... CHERRIES Dark Sweet, No. 2Vz can OLEO Blue Bonnet, Ib. Small FRESH PICNIC SHQUtQER Packer) w!"- )"..«•--• CHEESE No. 1 Longhorn, Ib. HAMBURGER 3?c All Meat, Leon & Good, Ib. ... w * Plan your Sunday dinner with fried chicken. We have p-.leniy, ir. esh dressed and milk fed. VEGETABLES Mixed, No. 2 can . . . GREEN BEANS Lb ORANGES California, 252 size, Ib. BELL PEPPERS Fancy, Ib. .... ^ CORN Urge Yfiilow, 3 ears 14' ITALIAN PRDNES ijk No/lOcan .".;• CHOCOLATE SYRUP $139 Hershey, No. 10 can VIENNA SAUSAGE ICc Can . . , . . . •'•" SOUP CHICKEN NOODLE Can DARI CRAFT MILK 25 C 2 large cans ; ^" ICE CREAM Swifr's, pint I 318 North Cuyler Where Prices Are Always Righl

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