Friends Honor Mrs, Ragsdale The Susannah, Wesley Class of the First Methodist Church and other friends met with Mrs. T. S. fcagsdale. 853 W. Foster. Wednesday to celebrate her 91st birthday. A short devotional period was observed with parts being given by Mrs, T. L. Certain and Mrs. H. F. fi&rnhart. Prayer was by Rev. H. Clyde Smith. Mrs. Ragsdale received a beautiful bouquet of cut flowers and n lovely array of gifts and cards, ice cream and cake were serve:! to Mmes. T. N. Sligar. T. L. Certain. A. B. Keahey. John Hodge. J. n. McFarling, H. H. Boynton. P. W. Shotwell, H. F. Barnhart. Bowie Beaslcy. Joe B. Williams and Rev. and Mrs. Smith and the honorcc. • SIDE KICK FOR SAUSAGE i Add iioyaly and glamour to pork .sausage by 'serving this tasty accompaniment. Peel small banannF. or use medium size bananas and cut in halves crosswise. Dip in. lemon juice; brown in hot sausage drippings. Serve at once, while very hot. The land area of the Virgin Islands is 133 square miles. EAT-0-BITE CAFE Now Serving 50c Lunches 313 N. Cuyler Dione B520 TODAY thru SATUllDAY Miss Nina Lea McVey, Bride-Elect, Honored At Afternoon Shower Miss Nina Len McVcy. bride-elect of Wendell Simms, was honored at. a bridal shower Wednesday after- ncciii. June 18. when Mrs. Abe Bl;anks and Mrs. Jack Frather en- tertninert in the home of Mrs. Shanks on ohe Combs-Worlcy Lease east of town. The bride-eleot was presented a corsage of pink roses. The mother of the bridegroom-to-be, Mrs. \V. T. McClellan, also received a cor- scge of roses. The ho'iorec'r. chosen colors of l;!uc and white were carried out in the room decorations of larkspur and. roses. Plata favors were tiny bags of rico, tied with blue ribbon and inscribed with the. wording "Mint and Wendell " Gifts were opened by Miss ,1/y.- Vey assisted by Mrs. McClellan. and displayed Vor the guests to see. Those present and sending gifts were Mcsdames Henry Splicer, Steward, Dclbert. .McClellan, C. E. McGregor, C. W. Keylor. Kenneth Thornton. L. A. Mitchell, Bill Winks, R. F. Allison, R. P. Thomason, Vance McClellan, John Brandon, Earl Tennant. Mcsdamos Jack Prathcr, B. R. Nucltols, Glen Tennant, Bruce Head, Pooboy, Tom McClellan. A. I-. Shanks, and George Hovcrton; Misses Rita Lane and Betty Jo Pooboy; Roger Simms, Dalir, Simms and Tom McClellan. SOCIETY Pampa News, Friday, June 27, 1947 PAGES Miss Joyce Taylor Is Complimented With Surprise Shower In Her Home Miss Joyce Taylor, bride-elect of. Russell L. Roberts, Indianapolis, Tnd., was complimented with a surprise prenuptial miscellaneous shower Thursday evening in her home, 930 Mary Ellen. Mesdames Morris. Goldfine, F. W. Shotwell and Jack Baker were hostesses for the event. Miss Taylor was presented a cor- saee of white carnations and yellow- daisies and Mrs. Rudolph Taylor- mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Russell L. Roberts, mother of the bridegroom-to-be, were given twin corsages of orchids and pink sweet- peas. After the gifts were opened Mrs. Economist HORIZONTAL 1,7 Pictured economist, "I" lie Social Calendar and _ _ j^ lor JUSTICE imd'LOV'E! j THE Ion HAU. All* IOHNSON Vlclot McLAGLEM Special Added Feature "Russia Nobody Knows" The Latest March of Time Starting SAT. NITE PREVUE 'The Homestretch' Open 1:45 •Z51 T/M LAST DAY (Friday) SATURDAY 'ONLY ."'••'. SUNSET OAK-SON "Cherokee Flash" TODAY and SAT. Skellytown Couple Married Recently Miss R-uth Hetnnhill. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hemphlll. and Charily Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Harris, were married In f.hc Assembly of God Church in Skclly- lo\vn on June 2. Rev. H. C. Lonis. Briscoe. read the single ring service. Baskets of mixed flowers decorated the altar space. Nuptial selections were played by Mrs. J. H. Beighle. pianist, who also accompanied Miss Patty Jo Hemphill as she sang "In the Cool of the Day." The bride wore a navy blue dress with black accessories and carried a white Bible topped with red roses. She is a graduate of White Deer High School. Loy Botsford. cousin of the bride, was best man and Mrs. Botsford was matron of honor. Mr. Harris, a graduate of Union. Okla. High School, is an evangelistic worker. Mrs. Gibson Hostess Friendly Hour Club The Friendly Hour Sewing CluU met in the homo of Mrs. W. F. Gibson, 706 N. Sunnier St., Wednesday afternoon. Sewing and games furnished diversion with guest prizes going to Mines. D. L. Sanders, Robert Fui- rell and Sybil Johnston, Abilene. Mrs. D. M. Covey was awarded the club prize. Plans were made for a club picnic to be given in the Park July 9 with Mrs. D. L. Sanders as hostess. A refreshment plate was served I to Mines. Fred C. Fischer. Joe D. Essary, E. A. Bryant, Clifton Tay- 1 ;or, John Phillips, O. G. Powell, Graham Reeves, Kenneth E. Quev- craux, Abilene and names mentioned above. DOUBLE-QUICK LUNCH i For a satisfying hot dish that's ready in a flash, add chopped or ground left-over beef to a dish of scalloped corn. Another idea is a casserole of left-over vegetables and cream sauce, topped with thin slices of luncheon meat. Bake until browned. Harold Wright sang "Because." (D' Hardelot) and "The Desert Song." (Sigmund rtomberg) accompanied by Mrs. John Skelly. Miss Hilda Burden played several numbers as the guests were being served. Mrs. H. C. Borgmann served the punch from a lace covered table centered with an arrangement of summer flowers and yellow candles in crystal candelabra. White cake decorated with gold lilies and white and gold napkins carried out the bride-elect's chosen colors. Miss Ann James. Long Beach. Calif., presided ut the guest book. Miss James will be maid of honor for the v.-cddins which will be at 4:30 Sunday, June 20, in the First Presbyterian Church. Signing the register were Mes- diunes H. H. Boynton. John Skcll.v, J. M. Gurrelt. Jim Oarrctt, M. N. Cox, Eurle. Scheig. Harold Wright. II. C. Boriimann. L. E. Lyles. Jeanette W. Hutchinson. Lois Wicker. Jaffa Russell, and Roxie Bpanglcr; and Misses Betty Jane Boynton. Bobbye Cushcnberry, Lillian Snow, Alicne Harrell, Lou Ellen Giles, Mildred Fulkcrson. Beverly Baker. Hilda Burden, and Janice Marie Baker, Sending gifts were Mesdames Beulah Stewart. Isabel Priest, J. G. Doggett, Hugh E. Shotwell, L. J. McCarty, Irl Smith, and Frank Slatcn; and Miss Velma Osborne. of Christ. .FRIDAY R ;U \Vliltu Cliurcli Bridge-Dinner Party Given Tuesday Night SHAMROCK, (Special)—Mr. and Mrs. Carl Linkcy entertained the Tuesday Bridge Club with a dinner party Tuesday evening at their country home" northwest of Shamrock. Colorful wild flowers made lovely decorations for the party. Following dinner, bridge provided entertainment throughout the evening, with high score prize for ladies being awarded to Mrs. S. Q. Scott, and low to Miss Nell Adams. High score award for the men went to Shirley Draper with low score prize being won by S. Q. Scott. Mrs. Earl Koger, Miss Nell Adams p.ud Mrs. Mary Pace were guests. lOi.iK lliill ill Amarillo. San .Ia- Lodtfu Xo. 11^ will 1>c lio^tc.sH. SATURDAY Fifth Sunday, (••run- County clnti) Cabinvl Stinp. ".21 S. Slnrhwwithcr. Will continue Iliroujrh H> p. in. and all day .Sunday. ISrlnir your lunch. SUNDAY 1:110 WrtldiiiK "f Miss Joyce Taylor In ItiissHI bcr Kolx.Tts, Jr.. in Klrnl I'l-i'slivti'i'lmi L'liuivli. lii'v. lloljcrL J. Knell,\Mldlaiidi will tirflclsitc. MONDAY 9:110 T),'illy A'afallon lillilo School o|KMis at. .('ivsliyU'i'iaii ('linri-li iindur I'L'ctiou of Mrs. A. 1J. Hayimn, Canyon. 7:1)1) Kirsl, lJapti:-l I5oy Scoulii will TUESDAY 2-mi Mi-rli-ii '11. D. t'luli ni'.-clH will) Airs. T, (!. iJrovc!!. 7'U'i //as ('rrsas (Mill). 7:;ui Kli'Kt JlrthodlKt Board of i 'liris- tliiii KdiU'iilion will l in? i. 1 1. at. llic ehuri'li. 7::iiJ TIiolu llliD.Uii-ls tlilb in lOOl' 1 Uiill. 7:,"n HP\V (.'.'lull's Kxt'i.'iillvc Board. .S:i»l SPl'HiSQ.SA meets ill Ham Houston AiulilurKiin. WEDNESDAY 7:110 Tcni'lic'i'M and nfrh'i.'i's of J''lrsl lidlltlst f'lllllTll Will IIIIH'I. X:(IO .lunlul- Odd KclluWK In IOOF Hull. S:'I5 All fhiirrh rlioir rc.'lu.'jtrsal at Klrsl JJantist Cliurcli. THURSDAY (I:-!.") IJlrls' ICn.scinlilc of l^irst ilnj>t.ist Cliurcli \vlll nn.'ot. S:oo KcbckaliH will moia in JOOK Hull. ;. .'- • ]<1 Inlcrslicc 15 Belongs to it Hi Snnrl fi Insect 7 Drop l 8 Anger SCnmpas 10 Indian , 11 Dash 12 Grade IzGrarjo 13 Touch lightly 17 Negative 20 Places 18 Gloria (ah.) •JO rMiirfTd _ _ ^_ •12 Charge 23 Tree 24 We <• 2fi Area measure 27 Knn.sns river 30 Kingly .'i4 Yearns 35 Greek letter 36 Units of force .'17 Digger 38 Samarium (symbol) 3D While 40 Seasoning 1 43 Golf term '47Gnelic f>l Girl's name 62 Pompous show 54 Grea 50 55 Rammed down 57 Crushed wheat 59 Realm GO Admission VERTICAL 1 Rainbow 2 Network 3 Tremendous 4 Exists 5 Negative word c;ipe 21 Propose ^1 Oriental coin 23 Assurance 32 Era 25 Kalian town 33 Gibbon 26 Scent 40 Cloy 27 He is 80 ycai's 41 First man 42 Light. 28 Bean family 43 Wilt 29 Massachusetts 45 Sun fjofl 46 Him 4R Loud noi:;o. 49 Pl;icc :V) Oiherv.-i^c , r )2 Through , r i:i Soa cngle . r i(i Mixed typo herb • 44 Either 53 On time tab.) It, SI SI, •MS •iU 58 Mrs. O. G. Pov/ell Entertains at Coffee Honoring Houseguests Mr; O. G. Pov.-plI- 505 Hughe-. fiHortainrd P.I. coffee Monday morning in hrr home honoring her Fistrr. Mrs. J. A. Jolmstan. and i Mrs' Kenneth E. Qwvrennx. Abilei^ who are visiting in lief home. Guer,'s attciKiiiiK wore Mesrlames V. S. Adams. R. H. Baxter. W. L. . Bropx'en :mcl .son. D. M. Covey. Robi ert F-iitrel). Bill Frirke rind son. Fre;l C Fisrher. L. B. Phillip- Imoueno i Sanders. Clifford Taylor. Graham j Kffves and tlaiinhter. .1. VV. Thomp' son. Leslie Thompson and son. I.icr:>.v i White and daughter. Robert Lee and i daughter, and Clc.'o Ruff. l --- - - • • - - | IXM H HOX Till-:AT I For :h" hoar'v ' nnd'.vv ,'i in Ui" I bo:-: lunch. :--]jlit.':>iul bnUr-r ;i u'-n- i crous '-.qu'.irc of co-n bread. Tuck I v.rll-cookcd b:ieon :-iiees in the mki- l <l\'\ Warp carefully in w;>.x paper. Sewing Club Members Guests at Luncheon . Northern Natural Sewing Club members v.-ere guests of Mrs. Norton v.hen they n-.et in her home Wednesday for :'- covrrcd dish luncheon. The afternoon v:as '-pent working on tea towels for the hostess. i Mrs. Norton rereivprl .weral useful sifts from her pue.sts. Next ineeiins will be in the home of Mrs. Carl Moran. July a. Pre.'-ent. for the luncheon were Mrs. Franklin, a visitor, and the follov.infc members: Mines. Wilker••on. Carroll. Hall. Ropestine. Jack Waters. Jr. Groberfi. Shubring. Moran. Bcifrhlc. and the hostess. NEW and USED FURNITURE BRUMMETT FURNITURE CO. 17 S. C'uvlrr Phone 20(jd I'lionc 088 or 47 If you don't know your Life Insurance, know your Life I n suranee Man. Mainly About Pampa and Her or Towns Cross Stitch In past geologic ages, lizards had three eyes. 50 Dollars For your old radio — regardless of make, model or condition — when you buy a Crpsley FM Console Model. Your Authorized Dealer COLLIER & CO. 310 S, Cuyler I'lione 77« ROMANCE RIDES THE RANGED Itlert Siivw* the HOOSiiR HQTSHOT$ ,3 • Cortoon 5486 By MRS. ANNE CABOT ig four and 1'ivo inch fruits done in the popular "gingham" cross stitch effect will make you a handsome set of summer tea towels. Yoi can also use the designs on place mats, breakfast cloths and outdoor dining luncheon cloths. The brigh colors will add gaiety to any kitchen, dinette or dining porch! To obtain 7 transfers, color char for working Gingham Fruit Design (Pattern No. 549<5) send l(i cent;; ii COIN plus 1 cent postage, YOUR NAME, ADDRESS and the PAT TERN NUMBER to Anne Cabo i Pampa News) 1150 Ave. Americas New York 19, N. Y. Bapiist Women Have Covered-Dish Luncheon Members of Mrs. W. R. Morrison's Sunday School Clas;; of the Central Baptist Church met for a covered dish luncheon Tuesday. Opening prayer was led by Mrs. Earl Ammons and followed with the devotional given by Mrs. J. T. Ha. 14 - vcy. A short business session was conducted and Mrs. A. F. Moore was elected group captain to succeed Mrs. D. N. Walker. Present were: Mmes. Earl Am- moiis. George Collins, D. N. Walker. /.. F. Moore, C. Redd, Elmer Brown, A. C. Tanner and Revs, and Mmes. J. T. Harvey and Edwin Spears. Mrs. W. B. Essary, Tishoming-o, Okla., is spending the summer in the ionics of her children, Joe D. Es- .ary, 51C N. Nelson, Mrs. D. M. 3ovey, 1205 Garland, Mrs. L. G. irovcs, Magic .City, and Rucl Es- iary. The Southern Club's 4th of July Dance will be on the night of July 3rd. Everyone welcome. Free tables.* Mrs. W. G. Crowson, 412 N. Cuyer, is doing nicely today at her lome following her removal there •esterday from 'Worley Hospital. For Sale—2-bertroom home and jarage, $7500. 131G Duncan. Phone 2191-W.* Miss Anne James, Long Beach, Jalif., is vjgiting in the home of Miss Joyce Taylor; 930 Mary Ellen. Special 4th of July Dance at Sie's Barn. Ladies'free, gents 51.20,* Word has been received here of :he death of Mrs. E. S. James, Wich- ta Falls, mother of Mrs. Paul Orouch, 605 N. Gray. Mrs. Crouch las been with her mother for the jast two weeks. Clegg instant" ambulance. P. 2454,* Mrs. George Snell has returned to her home from Worley Hospital where she \yas an operation patient. Cab drivers needed. Apply Peg's 3ab Stand, 221 N. Cuyler.* Jack Andrews, Senior; Elva Jean Anderson, 'Freshman; and Billene VTosely, Junior, Pampa students at WTSC, Canyon, were listed on the dean's list of honor students for the. spring term. Jack made four A's and one B or 3.8 grade points. E'lva Jean and Billene were listed with 3.0 grade points or three A's and. two B'K. Dance tij Vic IMaz 7-piecc brass l.-and at the Southern Club on the largest, newest and best Dance floor in Pampa, every Sat. ulte. Free tables. We cater to couples.* Mrs. Perry G. Franklin and daughter.';, Janoce and Jean, S13 N. Magnolia, are spending the day in White Deer with Mrs. Franklin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith. We .sell all brands >f beer every day and Sundays. Southern Club.* Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Clcgg and children, Jimmie and Sandy, re. turned Wednesday from McAllen where they visited Mrs. Clegg's parents. Mr. Clegg attended tire State Funeral Directors and Embalmers Convention in Fort Worth last week, after which he joined his family in McAllen where they had been or several weeks. Dokey Dance Friday, June 27Ui, lat Terrace Grill. Everyone invited. Listen to Pinky Powell's orchestra.* Bill Ballard, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mitchell, 633 N. Faulkner, has returned from a two weeks trip to Fort- Worth and Dallas. Dance to the music of Iloy Terry's Orchestra Sunday night or en. joy your favorite beer at your free table at th-2 Southern Club. Cou- District Guild Meet Planned for Sunday Mesdames W. R. Putty, Diamia Wood, A. L. Jones. Lee Harrah. and Joe Wells; and Misses Ha Pool am Florence Merriman will attend the District Methodist Guild Meeting to be held Sunday in Memphis, as delegates from the First Church, Pampa. Mrs. Putty will preside at-the meeting, which includes all Guilds in the Clarendon District. Picnic and Review Highlight 4-H Club News in Shamrock SHAMRC'UK. iSprei:il> The 1 Shamrock Grad" Fyhwl 4-H Clnl.v met Tuesday altcr^.oon at I.ho City Park. ' i Members nresent \vcre: Barbara'. Mayficld, Geneva Pierce, Betty Lou ' Meadows. Graco Morrison. At ha j Mac Smith, Marv Kathryn James. | Maucline Trimble. Audrey Williams : Mary Ann Hall, Dorothy Golson. j Eiyo'se Edwards, Elwaiv.ia Edwards, i r.nd Dorothy Lively. j Special iurosi.s were Ruby Wi',-> liams. Gladys Pierce, ard Mrs. VV. i L. MorrioOii. who is sponsor of the j group. i The next mcolinn will be in I he home of Minnie Ruth Harbor, July 2. Oi\ \Vednosdnv jiiternoon the! Grade School 4-H Club girls held | their dress and apron review ;il j Clark Auditoiiuni. Fifteen girls tojki part, in th" review. j Minnie KAith Harbor took first ' place on dresses. Helen Joan Wai- ! raven pl-.i^ed first on aprons, Betty | .on Meadovv.i, .second. Dorothy Go:-; on, third. , of WHITE LEATHER Family Reunion Held In Ewell Hardy Home SHAMROCK, (Special) — The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ewcll Hardy was the scene of a family reunion and dinner Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Morris of Sunset, parents of Mrs. Hardy; her sister, Mrs. Bert Roberts and Mr, Roberts of Wichita Falls; her brother, Bill Roberts of Port Worth. Mrs. Pearl Morris and Miss Kathleen Morris, Wichita Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wayne Roberts of Oceanside, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Orel J. Roberts and son, Jackie, Wichita Falls; Mrs. L. C. Bashear, and son Joe, Mrs. Harold Rothstein and daughter, Janice, Sand, N. M.; Mrs. Jim Durham and Miss lone Durham of Wheeler, and Mrs. Walter Coward, Mobeetie. pics invited.* Miss Marie Davis, 617 N. UwiglH, left Sunday or Ajo, Aria., for an extended vacation. Doke.v Dance at Terace Grill Friday, June liVth. Plan to attend.* Mrs. J. D. DoggcU, 015 N. Sciner- ville, has returned to her home following an operation. Sam Watson, Columbia, la., is visiting in the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lively 1029 Charles,,, for the summer. BUILDING MATERIALS f lumber-l" & 2" • Asbestos Shingles t AsphaU Shingles ® Roll Hoof ing 0 Red Cedar Shin- • Window Units gles • Doors-White Pine 1 Hardware and Gum / Sherwin Williams Paints WE DIUVER Panhandle Lumber Co M Inc. W. foster Phone One Thousand FOR Venetian Blinds CALL m2 Let us furnish your home with Colonial Venitian Blinds. We con furnish special colors that will blend with your color scheme. , "W$ Cool The Sun" Pampa Tent & Awning Co. Wm. T. Fraser & Co. 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