Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 29, 1947 · Page 10
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 10

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 29, 1947
Page 10
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* ' ~Jj Iftwi, Sunday, June 29, ry-if -—*.— r - _j-::___-.-; - .r^r -••'.• ^-_ ••.."- -?_ Helen Nickel! Honoree ai Shower . (Special) itonoring MS tfelfin Uieictti. bride-elect of Wltt«? Blltteetner. Miss Elizabeth SeftUlJ* and Miss Ann Lafinlng end With a miscellaneous 1ft the home of the former, . The ehtettainlhg rooms were de- Cbflitfcd with garden flowers in the btlp'etett's chosen Colors of orchid and white. Refreshments were served from ft IBee-Covered table centered with PfelflUIfS «. COMMERCIALS Smith's Studio Politer Phone 1SH flowers and white candle in crystal holders. The other table appointments Were also crystal and silver. Those attending and sending gifts were Mesdames Irvin Wilkins. Preston Wilkins, Edwin Bobbitt, George Knittell. Jr.. Troy Dowlen; Misses frell Shaw. Mary June Held, Ruthe Wade. Jenine McWhorter. Elsie Messinger. Helen Jo Lemons and Patricia King. Amarillo; Mrs Billy Bell and Misses Johnnie -Biggs and Holadora Hoff. Borger; DeEtta Jasper. San Diego Calif. Mesdames Mary Lou Hyve, Oxnard Calif.; Don Ekelund. Chicago. Wilford Boyles. Pampa; and from Panhandle, members of Panhandle Assembly No. 99. Order of the Rainbow for Girls; Mesdames F. W. Nickell. H. C. Dittberner. S. R. Lanning. Pauline O'Keefe; Misses Mary Swing. Mary Nell Calliham. Betty Jo Milton, Shirley Ann Tate. Betty Henderson. Peggy Pemberton, March lyn Burnett Joyce Wiley. Ora Lee- Ramey. Elma Lee Bender, and Joyce Ann Dittberner. Ideal Beauty Shop Offers You First Class Beauty Service rind Cosmetics. Elsie Ligon Owner and Operator 409 Crest Phono 1818 Shamrock Gavel Club Hostesses SHAMROCK (Special) MfS. <J. R. Benson, Mrs. Wade Atkinson and Mrs. Knell Bradley were Co-hostesses to members of the Gftvel Club Thursday evening. The meeting was held in the Benson home which was decorated for the occasion with colorful garden flowers. During th* business session, Mrs. Enell Bradley was elected as president to succeed Mrs. Jack Montgomery; Mrs. J. B. Clark, secretary, to take th™ place ol Mrs. Milt Williams, and Mrs. Wade Atkinson replaces Mrs. Jack itersh as reporter. Mrs. L. E. DePew was initiated into the clu'o as a new member. Games of "42" provided entertainment, during the evening with high corse prize being awarded to Mrs. Milt Williams. Refreshments were seived at the clrj-.e of the games to one guest. Mrs. A. Monroe of Elk City. Okla., and Mines. Jack Montgomery, C. L. Reavis. L. E. DePew, O. T. Nicholson, M. E. Risk, and Milt Williams. KA1N SOAKED HATS When a man's hat has been rain- soaked, don't wipe it r(ff or brush jit until it has dried. Instead, press nut creases In crown, turn down band and sot hat away from heat mtil dry. Then reshape crown and brush gently. Low Calorie Foo8$ for Hat Jane ("Cheyenne") darker •lets ft double dose of vitafiiins by sunbathing: while she lunches. Paul Revere. Revolutionary War hero in the United States, was a silversmith whose specialty was fine silver beer tankards. DRES-RQBE and Overnight TRADE HARK REGISTERED by^DRESNER Wo»ry abtut missing the from if you moif. Buf don'f worry obouf your clothesl lhay'U arrive in perfect, wrinkle-free condition, when they travel in Dr«n« luggage. Handtomo striped airplane ehlh covers with hotter binding. , Sturdy and roomy . . . yet streamlined in appearance, light and easy la handle. McCARLEY'S SHOWER! Prite iiiclutlti FfJfral <inii it lor one w. 1 EDDING GIFTS are a bride's most cherished possessions, So sei the bride off to a good start with Gorham Sterling ... the solid silver that is chosen for a lifetime... to be used with glowing pride, to be treasured because it will be a parr of her home. Gorham offers a wide selection of exquisice designs in six-piece place-settings, which include: teaspoon, luncheon knife, luncheon fork, individual salad fork, cream soup spoon, and butter spreader, McCARLEY'S House of Fine Diamonds Watches, Silverware BY ALICIA HART NEA Staff Writer Do slimming mr.niis bore you? Yet you'd like to shave off some pounds now that the bench panidc is under way. Eat less of what you normally eat. For example, settle for one-half pat of butter instead of a whole piu. Drink only one cup of creamed-and- sugared coffee. Be satisfied with one slice of bread at a meal, instead of two; with a smaller helping of pie A few judicious switches. 01 course, from htPih-caluric to low • calorie desserts will enable you to wriggle into a smaller-size bathing suit more quiekky. For example, let's compare the. calorie count of t'vo popular summer desserts. A Iv.lf cup of lemon or orange ice 110 calories. An average hcipin,; of strawberry shortcake, tjpyjd with whipped cream, contains '•)(,'(). By making a switch from thb l:|f,h to the low. you can imvcr '/our caloric inuike considerably at on.' meal without encountering the nlettr's usual restrictions. You cu" also make a steady cut in caloric without teo.ling any pain by switching from starshy to leafy vegetables. There are also high-and low-calorie fruits which a woman who wants to slim down the easy w»y sho'ild learn to distini'.uiK'i. Mrs. A. B. Haynes to Direct Bible School Mrs. A. B. Haynes, Canyon, will be the director of the Daily Vacation Bible School which will be held in the Presbyterian Church for one week, beginning Mond"v, June 30. Classes i'or boys and giiis from four to twelve years old will be held each morning from D to 11:30. Bible stories, creative work- music, and handicraft will be taught. Mrs. James Brashears Honored Wednesday At Bridal Shower SHAMROCK (Special) Mrs. James Brashears, who was Miss Charline Clement before her recent marriage, was complimented with a miscellaneous shower Wednesday at the homo of her aunt, Mrs. Nathan Thompson, of Sanmonvood. In the receiving line were Mrs. Thompson, the honoree and her mother, Mrs. Charlie Clement. Mrs. Elme" -Bookman presided at, the bride's book. Many lovely gifts were displayed, in the gift room. Punch wa5 served from a table 4nid wi'.h white linen. Mi.'is Inen Clement, Wellington, poured, assisted with serving by Miss Mabel Clement and Mrs. R.' L. Thompson. Among those present were Mrs. Tom Cunningham, Miss Pnye Montgomery, Roswell, N. M., Mrs. Esther Bookman, Mrs. R. L. Thompson, Mrs. E. C. Clement, Misses Inez and Mabel Clement, Wellington, Miss Betty Rose Clement of Amav- illc, Mrs. Prod Johnson and Mrs. W. E. Brashoars, Aberdeen, Mrs. C. W. Fritts. M'mes. Jack Clnrk, Harry Jones, T A. Jones. Jim Jones. Charlie and Mi-.ry Ann Jones, K. B. Bockman, Charlie Clement, Edw. C. Dorr, and Misses Wanda Daughtry and Mary Lou Wilson, all of Shamrock. Sending gifts were Mines: E. M,. Tinsley, Dovte Parrish, Harvey Hudgins, D. V. Brashears, Jess Brewer, Tom Clay, Eunice Hodge, Chester Tindall, Prank Wofford, Shamrock. Mmes. Ray peoples, Wellington, R. H. element, Amarillo, Earl Lowrey, Margie Key, Fred Grayson, E. Wilson, Bill Oldhani, D. T. Johnson, Wellington, S. J. Glamer, Cecil Simpson, and ;-a,ye Crossland. Jack Hiett, and Bill Hiett, Lone Mound. Misses Re Lummus, Edna Puett, iLoraina Grayson, Laura .Ray and Clement, Shamrock. Presbyterian Circle Meetings Postponed The circles of the Presbyterian Church will not meet on July 2nd, s .scheduled, because of the Vaca- ion Bible School which will be held t the church this week. The circles vill meet on July 9th. Girl Scout Activities Girl Scout Troop 20 made preparations for and carried out an effective "work evening" and picnic at the Girl Scout Camp Sullivan recently. The group did many jobs such as mowing the grass, pulling weeds, sawing wood, and cleaning yard before the picnic supper was served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Nenstiel, Donna and Phs'llis; Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Davis and Bert; Mr. and Mrs. Qucntin Williams and Adelaide; Mr. luul Mrs. Carlton Nance. Judy and Raymond: Miss Marie Stedje, executive director of Pampa Girl Scouts; Ann McNamara and Juanell Shelum. The Girl Scout Association is grateful to H. A. Voder for having the'exterior or the Girl Scout House, 720 E. Kiiigsmill, painted. This is Indeed a great improvement and appreciated by all. Mrs. Quentin Williams and Mrs. R. H. Neusticl liavo recently assisted the girls ol' Troop 20 in completing their Star Finder Badge. The group has learned many interesting facts about the universe. They have learned to recognize UO of tho summer constellations and the planets now visible as well as (he signs of the zodiac and have observed the phases of the moon and. studied the movement of earth and its effect upon days and seasons. The group who completed the study .-enjoyed a Star Party Friday night when they completed activities for the Star Finder Badge. Another group has learned songs and dances for a Minstrel Budgt under the direction oi' Miss Stedje This group will have a campfire arx party July 7 to complete the Minstrel Badge activities. Girls taking part in this activity are Judith Nance, Gay Stone, Dorothy Gilleland, Adelaide Skelly, Delores Blymiller, Betty Simonton, Mary Aim Dillman, Paula Browning, Marilyn Fitzgerald, Sue Ann Toepher, Llw- lyn Young. Rocheile Smith, Shir- i'ey Cook, Joan Luusford, Mary Mc- iCuol, and Adelaide Williams. Troop 2, under the leadership o: Mrs 1 . Noel Oalton, are enjoying various bicycling activities for thei: Bicycle Badge. The Girl Scout Area Camp whicl is to be held on the Boy Scou Campsite ab Camp Ki-o-Wah wil open on July 13. Nineteen girl: from Pampa have registered lor tlv coinp which will be held for twc cue-week periods. . Consumption of canned i'rui juices (including pineapple, grape apple, and others) by civilians i estimated at 15 pounds pev capit in 1946. In a shampoo after a permanent vave, if witch ha'/cl is used before 3ombing out ths hair, it will help ~et the wave anrl assist in ctuicker drying- of tho hair. (Continued from P&ge 9) held the officfe of torfesldeht iarid secretary and ha£ been on tftrious committees. It tvould seem these occupations would more than keep her busy, but "Flossie" Is never too busy to help out Where and when she Is needed. Following the Higgins tornado Mrs. Anderson gave a great deal of afiiFtance to ah unfortunate family which had lost its mother and one of four children. She spent many hours at the hospital with three of the children. Afterward she was responsible for the club "adopting" this family. The "adoption" of this family is, in my opinion, the club's most worthwhile project of the year. First the members donated $15 to this family. Later they contributed various household articles such as dish and bath towels, wash cloths, dishes, odds and ends of furniture, ,and yard goods to help the family make a new start. The club members will continue to help them throughout the year as their needs demand. Mrs. A. French has only been a member of the club for two years, but already she has shown herself to be a good leader. When she was elected president for 1947 the club ,\vas badly in need of funds, but it didn't take her long to do something about it. In March Mrs. French, with the csistance of Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Anderson and the other members, a. St. Patrick's Day dinner was given in the Palm Room and tickets sold to the public at $1 each. All the food was donated by the members except the chicken which was paid for out of the proceeds. The club realized a $91 profit from the dinner and was asked to serve another club at a later date, clearing $51. Mrs. French wa^j elected a dele- sate to the district meeting held in Hereford during May, and another list. d. A ft ^reftfe&fit&Mlrts to <5b\mc3i WE <5hik Mrs. mgm s'ct 1 ved the club very capably as president daring IMS. TFhe. «i.qst outstanding article' made so far this year. In thy estimation, is the Shoe b65£ ha&sock. It was made With half a Bferfel, a yatd or two of material, depending On width and si«e of the faarrel, ft few tacks, a little Work and a lot of fun. I wish time and space would permit mentioriitig each merrtber as all are ovitst&nding in some way, and 1 ,there is no end to the interesting and worthwhile things we do. With the enthusiasm and cooperation already shown by the members and the guidance of pur home demonstration, Miss Ann Jiastings, I believe the Worthwhile Club will be doing bigger and better things,in the art of home-making and helping our neighbors nekt year. Molasses and ginger add delectable flavor to Indian apple pudding. fiy ' Mrs. t. S. .. oh fie? 81st birthday was tfie Mothers Class and tfie- Wesley Class of the FJfst Metfib- flist ChurcH ted other Mefids, . The Mothers Class was through effdr 1ft For Your July 4fh Vacation AU '.;•'"• K ..* P LAYTCldS REDUC THE TOGGERY 1153 tfertace Dr. 207 SALLY, WHY OOHT YOU SEND YOUft WASH fO.tHS 515 SO. CUVLER RAV »YH6U6HT " ff HAS AXAUNbftY SERVICE tMAT FlfS, EVERY BUDGET., AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY PHONE 20$ PrtMPfl. NOTICE We have been away io Photography School in Topeka, Kansas, where we studied under the direction of "Tony 'Wicher. He is a nationally known glamour artist. Clarence Quails CHANGE OF ADDRESS... We are moving our studio from 514 N. Yeager to 306 W. Foster. The date of our opening is to be announced later. CLARENCE'S STUDIO Sybil Quails We are mighty pi'oucl of our selectioii of playclothes for your Fourth of July outing . . . Playsuits, Shorts, Peddle Pusliers, Slacks, Tee Shirts, Plaid Shirts, Blue Jeans, also Blue Jean Peddle Pushers. Come in. to get ready for your play time ... Corner 'Guy lev arid Fpster

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