Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 29, 1947 · Page 9
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Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 29, 1947
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Table Deeowiions Are Found Most Effective , Double ring- wedding cake with Dink rose petals Is set off against an exquisite background of silver, linen damask and white roses. By GAYNOR MADDOX NBA Staff Writer A home wedding reception, without benefit of caterer, will have a professional finish and smoothness if just two points are born in mind; the simplest table is often the moat; beautiful and familiar, easy-to-prc- pare food is often the most appetizing. For a truly beautiful table, begin with a gleaming white Irish linen cloth in rich damask pattern. Decorate with a generous bowl of flowers Miss Marceline Adams, Bride-Elect Of Earl Bullick, Is Shower Mrs. Lafferty " Installs Officers For Borger Club Mrs. Marguerite Benson was reinstalled as president of the Borger Business and Professional Women's Club in an impressive rainbow ceremony conducted by Mrs. Mildred Lafferty, president of the Pampa Club. Thursday night in the Federated Club Rooms of Borger. Other officers installed were vice-president, Grace Klein; treasurer. Lola Moore, recording secretary, Wanda Wortham; parliamentarian, Gladys Anderson. / Thc Borger Club was organized by thc Pampa Club and presented their charter in October 1D46. A ilaigc number of Pampa members attended the installation banquet served by the Borger Club. Other guest clubs for the evening were Dumas and Amariiio. Margaret Fletcher, Ditrsiot Director, of Amariiio, was present and made a short talk. Mrs. Corrine Ellis wns toastmistress and gave the welcome address. Special music was furnished by Mrs. Grace Klien and a mole quartef, icomposcd of Roger Klien, Jack Scott, Tom Self, and Pat Wiggs. Following the installation of officers the address of the evening was given by Mrs. Benson. Mrs. Ellis discussed the meaning of memberhsip in the B & P W Club. The tables wure decorated with cut flowers and the flags of Ilii* >s. Cut flowers were also used throughout the entertaining rooms. Programs carried out thc club colors of green and gold. Attending from Pampa were Mesdames Lucille Turner, Katherinc Martin, Roy Chisum, Mildred Laf- 'lerty, Rex Barton, Euna Lee Moore.s, Paul Hill, Frank Lard, Laura Belle Cornelius, Alpha Bradley, Evora Crawford, Gladys Jaynes, and Mae Etta Powers; Misses Charlie Neal Young, Maggie Hollis, and Ruby Williams, Double Ring Ceremony On Thursday Morning For Panhandle Couple PANHANDLE (Special) Jn an Impressive double-ring ceremony on Engagement Announced by Parents SOCIETY AND CLUBS Pampa News, Sunday, June 29, 1947 PAGE 9 Heads Panhandle Rebekah Circle Miss Marceline Adams, bride-elect of Earl complimented at a lovely tea and miscellaneous shower Thursday afternoon, June 12, when Mrs. Clay Bullick and Mrs. W. M. Elliott entertained in the home of Mrs. Bullick, 904 Schneider. — ; A bluc, pink and white color ReCBDlion SllTmaV at scheme was effectively carried out -HCl/OJIUUll OUUUCty ttl Madelyn Keuhler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Keuhler, became the bride of Clement P. Labus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Labus. The service was read by Father Uoseph Walker in St. Theresa's *Church. Nuptial music was furnished by Mrs. Jack Powell, Rose and ate. The two ._...„_ „ bride, one for ,the groom—are placed -beside each other on a gleaming •silver tray. Double Ring Wedding Cake Two and three-quarter cups sifted icake flour, % teaspoons double-acting baking powder, Ha teaspoons salt, 13/4 cup shortening, milk (see below fpr amount), 3/4 teaspoon orange extract, 3/4 teaspoon almond extract, 3 eggs and 1 egg- yolk, unbeaten, j _ ...; With buttc-r, margarine, or lard, use ',(t cup milk. With vegetable or any other shortening, use 3/4 cup milk, • Sift flour once; measure into sift- iWlth baking powder, salt and Chrisiian Church for . wnsnan bnurcn lor Miss Jo Anne Perry Exchanges Vows With Henry Lee Kinnison, III, In Alamogordo, N. M., Riles June 25 St. John's Episcopal Church in Alamog-ordo, N. Mex., was the setting for a beaautiful ceremony at 10:00 o'clock- Wednesday morning, June 25, -when Miss Jo Anne Perry became the bride of Henry Lee Kinnison, III, in a single wedding ring rite .the Rev. Laurence D. Stueland reading the marriage service. Sprays of "Baby's Brenth" decorated the altar and baskets of *hite carnations, 1 snapdragons and shasta daisies formed the floral background. White tapers provided the illumination. Mrs. S. M. Slorrs played "Clair de Lune," "Ave Maria," and "O Perfect Love" while the guests assembled, followed by the traditional wedding marches. The bride, lovely in street-length poudrc blue crepe with white ac- cesosries and carrying a bouquet of white roses, was given in marriage by her grandfather, Dr. F. B. Evans, Alamogordo. For the traditional "something old" she chose a lace handkerchief, brought from Franco by Dr. Evans on his return from World War I; for something "borrowed", her mothers pink pearls. , >/ Mrs. T. G. Morris, Albuquerque, •f / the former Miss Corrine Stevens, roommate and norority sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a strest-length frock of beige crepe with matching accessories ; V "'•• > arid carried Talisman roses. Mr. \ r ' Morris, a Sigma Chi Fraternity bro! \ ?/<• • ther of the bridegroom, was best L >'<•'<" - .... man. Charles Lee, cousin of the , MRS. ELLA NOLAND bridegroom, acted as usher. Mrs. Ella Noland. Pampa, was it , Ml ' 3 - Ral P !l Thomas, Pampa, mo- elected president of the Panhandle tncr o£ tl)e Dride - w °re an afternoon Rebekah Circle at the meeting dr R ss of black with gladioli print, held in Amariiio Friday evening at Milan h ? t and whltc orchid, gift of B o'clock. The San Jachito Lodge No. tnc ,, bridegroom. The bridegroom's 145 was hostess for the meeting J " otl j cr ' Mr s. James L. Lake, Camp which was held in the IOOF Hall * iood ' Texas, was gowned in cocoa, Other new officers elected were brown Wlth brown accesories and Mrs. Edna Kendall, Amariiio Lodge ™° tc * corsage of Talisman roses, No. 222. vice president; and Mrs. Mrs> Evans - the bride's grandmoth- Jewel McBlain. Borger, secretary- *?' v '" ore aqua bluc J crse y embroi- trcasurer. dered in white, and a pink hat. Six lodges are included in thc Following the ceremony a wedding Circle.' two from Amariiio, Borger. b f eak *ast was served at the home Pampa. Panhandle, and Skellytown <" Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Evans, with The degree work was presented onlj '. 1 V C wedding party and the im- from thc Skellytown A Miss Joy Hutchens * * Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hutchens, 721 North Hobarl, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joy, to Eugene Turner, son of. Mr. alid Mrs. A. B. Turner, Cabot Kingsmill Camp. The wedding has been planned for Sunday morning, August 24, in the home of the bride-elect's parents. Singing Meeting Continues Today The Fifth Sunday, Four-County Singing Convention which got. underway here at 8 o'clock last night in Ward's New Cabinet Shop, 324 S. Starkweather, will continue through this afternoon. Vice President Bristo of Borger will be in charge. The first session today will convene at 10 a.m. and a picnic lunch ~ "I be-held at noon with cold Hopkins HD Club Meets Tuesday For Guests were greeted by Mrs. Bull- MiSS G8I16Vi6V8 AddHlS '- and Miss Adams and Mrs. El- B s invited by ut and en- liott presided at the register. Mrs. R. T. McCalip, assisted by Mrs. J. P. Spinks, served the punch and cake from the tea table which was overlaid with a lace cloth, in bower effect, descen- table which was center- a low arrangement of cut a large blue bowl. Pink mints were served. The 'were'in crystal-' and silver. filled with can- mittee of the First Christian Church will entertain this evening following regular services at a reception dn the banquet room honoring Miss Genevieve Adams, new minister of education and youth for the church. In ths receiving line will be Mr. and Mrs, Charles Madeira, Mrs. Jo.-._ ;, Miss Adams, Mr. Mrs. James Washington, and — J •"-'- ~'"\. Norris. Add milk and flavorings and mix until air flour is dampened. Then beat 2 minutes. Add eggs and beat 1 minute longer, (Mix cake by hand or at low speed of electric mixer. Count only actual beating time. ' Or count ' beating minute. Scrape bowl and spoon often, while mixing.) Turn ',i /of batter into 9-inch ring mold wliich has been greased and lightly floured, filling V« full. .Bake in moderate oven (375 deg. F.) 20 minutes, or until done. Store remaining batter in refrigerator until first cake is done, then bake in same mold. Spread cakes with snow ;e with crystal- ono and been planned for 7 o'clock Monday E. M. Dunsworth, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Stinnett, officiating. Those attending or sending gifts included Mesdames C. G. Shelton, H. H. Nichols, S. L. Lowe, W. A. York, R. T, McCalip, J. P. Spinks, Wcldon Bullard, Lonnie Williams, F. A. Hukill, E. M. Swindle, B. L. Shoulders, R. O. Clements. Mesdames Orban Epperosn, Clyde Prince, D. A. Adams, Collins Webb, R. E. Hamm, E. E. Eckroat, J. W. Heflin, W. H. Porter, Jr., D. M. Walker, C. H. Graham and Bob Johnson of Dallas, sister of the honoree: and MissBs Wanda Adams, Glydene Swindle, and Maurine Jones. Mrs. Charles Duenkel r, Miss Bernice Keuhler, .; attired in a gown of soft blue. r . bridesmaids, Miss Rose Marie Keuh- ler, cousin of the bride, and Miss Anne Labus, sister of the groom, wore identical dresses of pink and blue net over taffeta. All wore halos •of pink daisies. Sam Labus was his brother's best man,. Groomsmen were Peter Francis Keuhler, brother of the bride, Albert Andrae, Jr., cousin of Leon Hai- Hopkins Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. George Reeve for a health and sanitation program. Thc meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. R. A. Irwin., Members answered roll call by giving helpful hints to parents. The reporter road a report pertaining to the past six months work done by the clu'o and Mrs. f n Phillips, special committee -,» MrS 1U10 ' ,,-,., At Pint Ai * 1UISb/ Mrs . Milford j „ „. a pink and blue show' «£&$?,£? *"" All membe^ of the church are in- ,„- _ ..vw. *. „._, i *^. i:»»v.- *'"J"*-v- w* iTA* o. ^»i ~ thur Heflin, 200 N. Ward, with Mrs. 'Clyde Martin as co-hostess. A corsage of pink and blue sweet- flanked with two seven - branched candelabra with white tapers for illumination. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Ralph Thomas, Pampa, and Gerald P. Perry, Dallas. She received her education in the schools of El Paso and Panhandle anct was graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree on June 7 from the New Mexico University in Albuquerque. She is a member of the Chi omega Sorority. tets. Visitors from Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arkansas are expected in addition to those from surrounding counties. PANHANDLE—(Special) — Mrs. Stanley Curyea, the former Miss of Mrs. W.. H. Lusk, with Mrs. L. C. Snow Frosting. Combine Hi cups sugar, dash of salt, Va teaspoon light. !„ Pif» y corn syrup, and 2/3 sup boiling wa- *« wllY ter. : 'Bring quickly to a boil, stirring only until sugar is dissolved. Boil rapidly, without stirring, until small ampunt of syrup forms a soft ball in :cold water, of spins in a long tlwead when dropped from tip of \spopii (240 deg. P.). Beat 2 egg whites until stiff enough to hold up in moist peaks. Pouj syrup in fine stream over egg whites, beating- constantly. Add 1 teaspoon vanilla. Continue beating \vitb rotary egg beater 10 to 15 minutes or until frosting is cobi and or Prank Baker and Mrs. right consistency to spread. Use Whittle was runner-up, wooden spoon when too stiff for ~ ' " beater. n in n IU ;a winning the contests. Refreshments of angel food cake 'ce cream were served to the guest list, which included Mesdames George W. Curyea. R. A. Robinson, J. N. Garretson, Sewell Kammerer. G, O. Hargraves. Emma Conner. J. B. White, D. M. Bentley, M. L. Vance. W. J. Morris. H. L. Lemons. Frank Ellis. J. W. Randall, Clarence Wink. Maria J. Metcalf. H. R. Ough. C. C. Geuther, L. H. Skaggs, B. K. Gentley. Earl Cumin the City Golf Tournament championhsip flight Mrs. Charles Duenkel won over Mrs. Carl Leud- ders, making her city champion of the Ladies Golf Association. In the consolation division Mrs. O. M. Prigmore won with Mrs. R. M. Bellamy runner-up. The first flight winner was Mrs. Clyde M. • i Has S Umber Due to the weather the tournament, which was scheduled to end Crystallized Rose Petals. Select June 25, was extended through Sat- Wgftly scented fresh roses, dark urday. red preferably, and wash well. Re- • jmoye 1 petals, and drain. Remove Frnnr<3«: Rprhtnl -white pulpy base of petal. Beat 1 r '""<-*==> DCCruui egg white until foamy. Brush both sides of .petals with egg white, Shake arm/ninnw ra™ i n *> LTi'nnnioi-fii-i Kiiirov m-i wiHi cfrinc o,-,rf btiAMKOvK—(bpeciai)— Frances gianulated e sugarNWJ ^both sides and BecWoJ wag complimented with a B slumber party and breakfast by her mother. Mrs. B. K r Bechtol. Wed- r>ir»ai?T n*f o ' nes day night and Thursday morn- 1/liUofil oAOSs iUK, New closet aucessprtes.—garment. The girls -played games and told blanket and shoe bags—ara made of, stories until late bedtime, then plastic-coated glass tibers woven arose early for a walk and had an guto, ploth. The bags will not shrink, out-door breakfast on the back TOfc, stretcher mildew, Able to take lawn of the Bechtol home, d damp clpth cleaning, these new Fr&nces' guests were Maynette .•8cce5S° rte s. offer protection against' Perr. Gayle Patrick and Rosa Lee jnoths, when zippered shut. Ramsey. i. W. C. Metcalf. Jr., J. E. Enlow. W. H. Obrecht. Charles Legions. Aubrey Cousins; Misses Martha Metcalf. Dora Bilbrey, Mary Lemons, Ruby June Vance, Blanche Detten, Alice Detten, Doris and Prances Metcalf. Irene and Rosemary Detten. Lenell Murray and Bennitta Beutley. > Mmes, Frazier, Parker bride, who was given in mar- over satin. Her fingertip veil full from a halo of seed pearls. For something borrowed, she wore a necklace of pearls belonging to Mrs. J. A. Davis. Her bridal bouquet was of pink carnations. Mrs, Labus is a graduate of Panhandle High School with the class of 1945, where she was a member of the making: Mr, Labus also attended Panhandle High School and served four and one-half years in the Armed Forces. He is now engaged in farming, northwest of Panhandle. Following the ceremony, the bridal party was honored with a breakfast in the home of the bride's parents, in the evening a reception was held in the Conway schoolhouse with Miss Mary Ann Britten, cousin bf the bride, and Mesdames J. B. Walker, Otis Walker and M. F. Ca'i- liham as hostesses. Seventy five guests were present. Out of town guests at the wedding and reception were Alfred Andrae, Jr., Wilfred Bellinghausen, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Keuhler and daughter, Rose Marie and Adelaide of Groom; Mrs. K. W. Homer and daughter of Munday, and Mrs. Albert Sokora and daughter of Pep. ... the hostesses. After the gifts were opened several games were played. Refreshments of ice cream and angel food cake'were served to Mesdames Maynard Virden, Doyle Jones, Johnnie Reynolds, R. E. Jones, Cora Corgill, C. N. Ellis, and J. N, Vardeman, of Memphis. Sending gifts were Mesdames H. P. Doshier, J. N. Holt, Rupert Orr, Hugh Ellis, Owen Johnson, Leonard Reames, of Memphis; Leslie Bruce of Parnell; and Jack House of Wea- 'thcrly. Mrs. Fox Hostess To Installation Held in Panhandle PANHANDLE— (Special) — Miss Mary Ewing was presiding officer. SHAMROCK—(Special) — Mrs. Wayne Fox was hostess to a group of guests and members of the Thursday Bridge Club at her home Thursday afternoon. At bridge. ^ Mrs. Byron DeMoss won high score prize, and second high award went to Mrs. Bedford Harrison. Refreshments were served at thc close of the games to five guests Mrs. Harrison Hall of Wheeler, Mrs. Bedford Harrison. Mrs. William Buschardt, Houston. Miss Gloria Holmes, and Mrs. Theo Nichols, Dallas, and to the following members, Mmes. Harry Clay. Baxter Purcell and Scott McCall. e, Camp Hood, and '.the late Col. Henry L. Kinnison, II, ing World War n. He is a grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Oliver M, Lee, Otero County pioneers, and his paternal grandparents were the ;late Col. and Mrs. Henry Kinnison, I, well known in Army circles. He is ia graduate of the New Mexico Mili- !tary Institute, attended the Milliard's Military School in Washington, D. C., and has been a student at the New Mexico University the past three years. He served in the Navy during the recent war and is :a member of the Naval Reserve. Mr. and Mrs. Kinnison left Wednesday for a several weeks honeymoon to points in South Texas and on their return will be at home iii Alamogordo. Out-of-town guests for the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thomas, Pampa; Mrs. James L, Lake and Miss Barbara Lake, Camp Hood; and Capt. Fred Evans, uncle of the bride, from Fort Riley, Kans. _,.,,, To restore the sparkle to dirt-dul- dllute a . smal . Tips for Teens for a few minutes to soften the dirt. Be careful to turn the flame veiy low and place the jewelry on pad of cloth at bottom of kettle. After dirt has dissolved, rinse well and dry with a soft cloth. igc Tlav Members of the Ladies Golf Association held their regular meeting at the Country Club Wednesday morning at 9:30. Luncheon hostesses . were Mesdames William Frazier and D. L. Parker. Mrs. Carl Leuclders won low net hcore in the "low net, low gross" play. Balls were given as prizes. Hostesses for the meeting next Wednesday morning have not been announced, Mrs. Clay Honoree at Pink and Blue The Social Calendar SUNUAY 10:00 Fifth Sunday, Four County Singing Convention will be held nil day at Ward's nsw Cubinet Shop, oU4 S. Starkweather, Bring lunch. •1:30 Wedding of Miss Joyce Taylor to Russell Lee Roberts, Jr., in First J, THE WOMEN Wiv£S Expect q'Little Conversation Py BUTO SIIIdETT affairs and want to know what hap- NBA Staff Writer pened in the —•--- - •• • • • little bo SHAMROCK—(Special)—Mrs. L. G. Clay was complimented with a pink and blue shower Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. D. Prater. Hostesses were Mmes: Walter d . 4ng By ELINOR WILLIAMS from him for several weeks. We are ^^^^^°^LK ssSoTft a^htaffirs do lee him vou * >veu S et a P lloue cal1 froiu hml be ' ^"tSSM tween dates'. MONDAY 9:00 Daily Vacation Bible Suhool opens at Presbyterian Church under direction of Mrs. A. B. Haynes, Canyon. 7:00 First Baptist Boy Scouts will meet. TUESDAY 2:00 Merten H. D. Club meets with Mrs. T. C. Groves. 7:00 Las Cresas Club.. 7:30 First Methodist Board of Cliris- jucation will meet at thc church. Theta Rho Uirla felub in Woman's Club at their installation meeting held Monday evening. Lewellen began the soft music. Miss Thelma Holamm read and Mrs. Mary Evans Smith, gave several piano numbers. Mrs. Eva Craig and Mrs. Letha Cramer were in charge of the installation of the following officers: president. Mrs. Fannie Williams; vice-president, Mrs. Opal Lewellen; recording secretary. Miss Marthlyn Burnett; corresponding secretary. Miss Nina Carhart; treasurer. Mrs. Amyc Light, and parliamentarian. Mrs. Mary Ewins. Refreshments were served by the social committee to guests, Miss Murriel Kitchens, Mrs. Laura Belle Cornelius, Miss Clara Lea Shewmaker. Mrs. Margaret Dial. Mrs. Mildred Lalfferty. Mrs. Bertha Chisum. Miss Maggie Hollis, and Mrs. Vera Lard. Pampa; Ruitte Ballard of Borger and from Panhandle Jessie Mae McDaniel. Olive Ruth Waitelev, Nina Carhart,, Opal Lewellen. Marthlyn Burnett. Eva Craig, Opal Cleek, Letc Robinson. Amye Light, Margaret Scarborough, Hope Turner. Mary Evans Smith. Thelma Holman, Letha Cramer- Willie O'Neal, Fannie Williams. Mary Ewing. Elma Lee Bendler and Julia Thompson. Mrs. Jewell Daberry Is Presented Gifts SHAMROCK—(Special) — Mrs. Jewell Daberry was hostess to the Bethel Friendly Neighbor Club at her home Thursday afternoon. The hostess was presented with a shower of gifts made from cotton material. For entertainment the group quilted and worked on a candlewick bed spread. Refreshments were served during the social hour. The next meeting will be held July 3, in the home of Mrs. Marie Connor. Mrs. D. L. Vinyard was a guest Mrs. P. H. Rice, who spoke on "The Texas Dish Sterilization Law," said. "No person, firm or association; conducting an eating or drinking establishment shall serve food or drinks from dishes or utensils unless they have been properly washed in warm water containing soap or alkali cleanser." She also spoke briefly on community sanitation. Tn her report on children's diseases. Mrs. Phillips noted that a city lean be crippled by a dengue fever epidemic. She told of 'that occurred in Texa. „. which the disease reached its r with about a million cases reported. This fever is carried by a mosquito or else is imported by human beings, she '' diseases common to children which included small pox, chicken pox, colds, soro throat, diptheria, measles, mumps and whooping cough. She urged that when suspicious symptoms occur the family doctor should be called immediately. Mrs. Vern Savage spoke on "The Septic Tank and Small Water Supplies." She stated that loss of life in the nu - al areas due to typhoid, dysentery and diarrhea could be decreased greatly by proper sewage disposal. The three best methods for this disposal that are accepted 'by the Texas State Health Department, aro the city sewage system, the septic tank and the sanitary tank methods, she said. Mrs. W. E. Melton concluded the program when she stated that mosquito control is a problem for every Texas citizen and urged Texas folk to engage in a mosquito control program. Next, meeting- will be July 8 with Mrs. C. H. Brickey. Refrehsments of lemon cake and punch were served to those mentioned, one guest, Mrs. J. R. Scott, .raid Mmes. George Stephenson, and Ray Langley. Miss Scarborough Is Dinner Hostess PANHANDLE—(Special) — Miss Margai'et Scarborough was dinner hostess to friends on Thursday evening at the Panhandle Inn, Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Neal Singleton. Jr.. Miss Colleen Jior.d and Jack Scarborough, all of Ama- riiio; Miss Rosemary Taylor, who is serving an M. D. interneship at Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Mo., and Walter K. Word, of the Eastman Kodak Company. Rochester. New York. Worthwhile Home Demonstration Club a Very Active Organization have fun think he seems .... BPW Club's Executive Board. S:00 SPEBSQSA meets in Sam Houston Auditorium. WEDNESDAY Metli- By MRjj. ALLEN VAN'DOVER (Reporter for Worthwhile Home • Demontration Club) As reporter for the Worthwhile Home Demonstration Club I am expected to write a feature story about some outstanding person or project nothing." ..„ same question and you'll much." pet Mie full stovy. . they arb still child-,....„.. wh.en they are grown up, IB 8 SftfiiEtim.ES pretty tragic. f,-repeatedly receive letters, from Vim feWjrfatoing that their hus* tyOSB'WTi wttj !«'&««• At night thj^ •FP«w» We g^ger $9 talk over M&S& S> fprever,being urged bails': looking fresh tuid pretty and wearing 1 a .welcoming' §mile. gut why ayen't men, tol4 to meet theU' with » utjfjp conversation? It's jtet as important. M.aybe it's an effprt ftu; a m$n to in a Jittle conversation with; fee hides behind, the out*in decorations, ..with spring flowers.: mu} roses. Miss Jeanne Pranks registered the guests as they arrived, and Mrs. Carl Wagner directed the guests to the gift room where many gifts were displayed- Mrs. Wftltjp Neville ... ,. r . _. the nunph bowl whlc£ was pteced tfn a tege covered.. ts,b,l<? ajvd flftnfced With blue topers,; ' Many guests called during the receiving hours. "A boy I've dated has me guessing," writes a high school girl. "I met hto through a friends a few months ago and we've had several dates. We .went' to the movies and pnce we just went for a walk, so our dates haven't always been ex- nensive. Lack of money can't be the jeasow for his behavior. ''What P-P5J®5 we is this. We have fate pf fuft, fliether. He seems to enjoy, himself as much as I do and to like me. put when he s^ys 'jh,t he never mentions man like younden Joy your dates together, but he has no intentions of "going steady." so he takes every precaution to let you kl Vw his dating P i! on a atatot S <w£ m^ bas i 5 . p er it ap3 he's a junior- g/ade wolf whose enthusiasm duvlne Sates is partly a "line " Or it's een- Sfoe entftustesm at tlie toe but it doesn't last after the date; other to be just and officers o£ First •will meet. Circles of the First Methodist Church .will meet in Circles as follows: No. 1, Mrs. Luther Pterson, 1121 Mmy Ellen; No. S. Mrs. seem to narrow down to anyone member or project, as we have several outstanding members, and feed, but joined the following and helped to organize the Worth-, while Club in 1932. Mrs. Smith has been president of (he club four times and has held every office and sewed on ea«h standing committee. In 1936 while she was president, the Worthwhile and another of the home de«on« stratum clubs chartered a bus and. Iwent to Texas A. and M. college on NO D, ™. Dond Nen B ti e as N Weils.' 15 3olt ieelinsr °, f , ^' e °" Consider him a casual date {or wcsistoii fujix; that's -•-•-••• ^STuw-^ ^ .„..._• 7:80 Chureh choir rehearsal e.t the First Methoaist church. • w ?, : , 00 * w ' w 6|J4 peUQWS l " IOOF ** choir rehearsal at projects already this year, I think, After thoughtful consideration I have decided to mention several of «»«• First take the club itself. It is the oldest organized hoime demonstrar tion club in Gray County, being, ov- 8»'»»»«> to ™K Wd first called tt» IpngsmiJl Club. After most pf tho members moved from Kingsmill op the surrounding territory into W- the name was, changed to there a week, then on to isnd ended up at the Centennlej in THU R6OAY 61 First Bftptlst One of the members " Club. HTS- O. G. One of the club members described Mrs. Smith to me as being fcbs "backbone" of the club. Wh o| the members n*ed help vice they can depend w «j( us, she ts affectionately fcno,,,. 3)e always cheerfully gives her Mrs. G. H. Andeysan, ' ia, club n* e. She

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