Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 12, 1946 · Page 3
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Pampa, Texas
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Tuesday, March 12, 1946
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„> Kitig Sifce Roses Bloom on Dresses This Spring By fePSIfc KtNARD NfiA Staff Writer YORK.—Shaming the prize- Winners of the Ladies' Garden c:».b In size are the cabbage roses that bloom this spring on little black dresses. Printed on fabric, the cabbage rose in shock colors is so spectacularly sized that there's room for only dne'or two on a dress. Wbit take Up ihOre space are green leaves, also giant-sized, and sometimes a stem that looks a yard long. Tfiie spacing of one or two flow- ef motifs, such as these, by textile cfaftsmen and the manipulation of the posy by the dress-designer to give it the proper setting are two triumphs of Yankee know-how. But whatever the struggle through the dye vats, printing presses or cutting boards may have been, it doesn't show in the finished fashion as the dresses pictured prove. At left, a nvl cabbage rose on one shoulder balances another on the opposite hip of a black crcpo afternoon dress, designed by Adclc Simpson. The news, besides mammoth blossoms printed on fabric, Is an illusion silhouette—the appearance of more skirt length achieved by skillful draping. Background for one huge, pink 'Managing Moods' To Be Discussed Winston Savage, Senior high school, rose and its accompanying foliage planted at the waist, is provided by designer Harry Shacter in a plain, round-necked black crepe dress, shown right. But this Miss America original also makes back talk in a bare midriff and a halter- stvlc neckline. will be Riiest speaker when the Horare Mann Parent-Teacher association meet s Thursday afternoon at the school at 2:30. His subject will be. "Managing Your Moods." . The program will open with group singing, followed by the Parent- Teacher Collect. Special music will be presented by the school band under tha direction oi Charles Meech. Mrs. W. O. Prcwitt, president, has announced that executive board members of the meet at the sshool at 1:30 fov a short business session. It is all loo easy to. talk about loose morals of women in tin; army, when as a matter of fact the opposite is the rule.—Dr. Margaret D. Craighjll, Veterans Administration consultant. How Sluggish Folks ( Get Happy Relief WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel punk as the dickens, brings on stomach upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take Dr. Caldufell's famous medicine to quickly pull the trigger on lazy "innards", and help you feel bright and chipper again. DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful sen- na laxative contained in good old Syrup Pepsin to make it so easy to take. MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations in prescriptions to make the medicine more palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin. INSIST ON DR. CALDWELL'S—the favorite of millions for SO years, and fee! that wholesome relief from constipa- ti6n. Even finicky children love it. CAUTION: Use only as directed. DR.CALDWELL SENNA LAXATIVE Birthday Parly Is Given in Shamrock SHAMHOCJK, Miu-tth 12—(SpecialI Jiin Puckr;ll was complimented by her mother. Blninc Puckett, with it party Friday iiftcrnoon. The occasion wus the anniversary of the fifth birthday of the honoree., who received many gifts from her quests. The youngsters were entertained with iti-door and out-door games. At refreshment time the birthday cake was the center of interest, with decorations in pink. Miniature green baskets filled with candy -were given as favors. Tho youthful guests were: Mike Gobble. Nona Penclleton, Cheramy Tisclal. Judy Mundy, Donny Dodgen. Lj-ncla Carol Adkins, Mary Carver. Tommy Ryan and Paula Jo Dotv. Twiiiy Young People Have Gala Affair SHAMROCK, March 12—(Special) —The younger set was entertained with a gay party at Twitty Friday evening, with Miss Mary Ruth Tyson as hostess. Games provided entertainment throughout the evening, and refreshments were served to the following guests: Kathleen Tindall, Henry Curtis Pond, jr'., Clois Smith, Joyce Tipps, Mogenc Tyson, Gerald Wayne Fillers, Jane Skidmore, Oliver Ray McLemore, Margaret L. Thomas. Carrol Dean Valentine, Joan Bell, Charley Andrew Carver, Patsy Ann Blcvins, Ralph Eugene Brcland, Bobby Roland Baker, John Clark, Billic Ruth Shaffer, Doris Ann Standifer, and Melt a Ann Standifer of Cee Vee, Texas. Reports Given ai Wayside Meeting Varieties and mrlhods of making (.•lieesc WPS the program topic whei members or the Wayside heme dem oii.stration club met Friday will Mrs. J. W. Conclo. Mrs. W. A. Green Society and Clubs IN THE NEWS -K * Honors and Prizes Are Awarded at. 4-H Club Achievement Day Exhibit Twenty-six Gray county 4-H club girls won honors and prizes when rha Achievement Day exhibit was held Saturday in the -\orf\e demonstration office with Miss Millicent Schaub and the Home Demonstration Council directing. Seven clubs were represented with two others sending exhibits and record books. Atha Belle Steward was program leader, assisted by Barbara Diehl and Mrs. J. C. Steward, council sponsor. LaRue Whipple and Emma Mae Sing directed the recreation, which included an amateur radio program of songs, stunts, tap dances, skits, readings and demonstrations. Mary Jo Steward led the group singing, and Berdene Laycock led the club ritual which was repeated in unison by the group. ~ KPDN 1340 en Your bid TUESDAY 1:25 —Tunes Hy Rc'iutst. "> :25 -ThtJitt'r PJKTO. •i::;0 J. r,. Swindle. 4:1"r trm;i Krnnria. :, :IIO Hrrr'.s Howe- MltS. r. :15- .limmy ami Kis-"-i'. r, :30--r::iptnin MMniKht—MBS. :>•.« Tom Mb. MI!S. fi:0(t—Fulton I.rnis Jr.. NCWB ~MHS. r.ilB-.Knrn Kol>l>l<Tn- MBS. 6:30 —Arthur Htile—MBS. 15:45- InsMi. '.f Sjicirli—MBS. 7:00 Kiel; Cm-lei MBS. -..30—A'lvcn. tit Th<? Falcon—MBS. 8 :nd_ Dnnrt Music. 8:15—-Rrsil Stnrics From Rfnl Life— MBS. £::{"—Amcricnn Forum of tho Air—MBS. I':!.'- p.'inri; Musk' MUS. d:30-Thf Hcttfr Hnlf MBS. IO:nO~AII the Nfiw-s—MBS. !":!") -Ilex Antlit.ny'- On-li -MUS. 10:30- Kri.lio Howard's Otch. MUS. 11 -.-,">• Mut'jn! K-IHH-IK Th-- News MBS. 11 :00—Cnortnliiht. Tuesday, March 12, 1946 PAMPA N6WS PAQM' Eugenia Phelps Engagement Told Al Breakfast Mrs. Eugene l j hclp.s 1004 N. prc.siaed the business session, when Red Cross and standing committee reports wore presented. Miss Millicent Schaub conducted the recreation period with Mrs. Guss Greene and Mrs. W. P. Taylor winning in the contests. "In making cheese," Miss S:hau'o slated.* "the mo.'.t important thing to remember is to heat the milk very slmvly." Sho also told the methods in making processed and A- nvncan cheese. "We should eat. more cheese as it is one of our nearest perfect foods," Miss Schaub concluded. Several salads were prepared as p. demonstration and were later served as refreshments. Present were: Mrs. W. A. Greene, Mrs. J. S., Mrs. W. P. Taylor, Mrs. Guss Greene and Miss Schaub. Mrs. H. B. Taylor, jr., will be hostess to members for the next meeting, March 22. ^ Announcements Mrs. .1. B. Hilbun, periodical chairman, will direct a special program when members of the Central Baptist Women's Missionary Union meet at; the church Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Artie Reber, 217 N. Gillespie, will bs hostess to members of the Eastern Star study club in her home this; evening at 7:30. Watch and Clock Repairing A Specialty HERRING JEWELRY SHOP 219 K. N. Cuyler Phone 1243 High Standard Dry Cleaning BoB Clements 11 4 W. Foster Phone 1342 gl|fV**»WJ/V«v*W|/\»**««./tfV^^ Your reaction has jbeen so favorable that we will show this Y ! Social Calendar TUESDAY nud I'mfi'ssionnl Women's club will jiltiMid banquet in IIiTrlns hotel in Aimirilli) nl. 7 oYlwlv. Ktiynl Ni'itfhljorH meet in Mcrton building. V. W. A. nn-Hrt ;il 1 ri'clnek with Alias Hetty PrtomDi't.', 012 K. Krnncis. WKONKSDAY Central H:ij»H,st \V. Al, U. will meet at the church at - \t.m, Tin; Women'K Mission;! i-y Union of the first Jtiinii«i. flnnvh will nieut in the lioint-s of memhcrs foj' liihlo study as follows: (.'in: Ie One, Mrs. Floyd I.nsaitoi', 7^7 ManiL'S at 2 p.m. ; Circle Two, Mrs. A. J. YOUIIK, 217 N. Sumiipp Jit 2:30; Circl.' Three, Mrs. H. K. Beard, 315 N. Hnharl, lit. '* p.m.; Circle Vour, Mrs. Dan (!la\iitu 1 , 701 N . limy, at 3 p.m. ; Circle Five?, Mrs. I). A. CnMwcll. 130-1 'JVmicu; Chrlc- Six. Mrs. Uupi'rt Orr. <HM Hill, iiinl Circle Sovt-ri, Men. Moh Allford, 72-1 I'l. Francitf, at' li p.m. Wnmi'ii'ri of Kirs) Christian church nicHs . in tfroiii/s a) 'J :!10 o'rlofli: (iroupH OIH? iin(I Two with Mi'ri. A. A. TimiJui. '\\\ N. Wynne; tlninp Tlirci; with MI*H. W. (I. Kinzrr. r.OIl N. KuKscll ; Group Knur ,wilh MrK. liny Willhims, WI8 N. Krfiiildtn ; (Jrnup Six wit h M rs. ('harlcs MiMUMi'ii, UUr. K KiiOit-r avt-miv. TIllfKSDAV ViiTin :i pui'Vy in Cily vluli ntuntK. ('il.\' Cm i ncil iif chilis incrls in ^tuli rooms ut '.i::UI nV|««-U. \VacJ school I'ai'iMit-Tcai'luM 1 ;tsHi»rh U mct'l al the rcsiK'-t ivct Hchooln. ' Kcb..-l;ah Indui! mct-ts in 1. O. O. F, 1'ur initiation, FRIDAY Jiiliflti' J,ci\v itarly for In termed Jate (iirt ScoutH. I'Jiistfi n Star meets in Masonic hall. Cent rul Hapt IK! banquet in Senior high scluud for rutuniud servicenR'ii and their 1'amilieH SATUKDAY Kit Ka"L Kluh dinner dance in the 1'alm room, MONDAY Jleta SiVniu Phi will iiH-t'l. American Ley ion auxiliary will meet. Council of Church Women executive bunrtl will meet. The following prizes were awarded on record books. The clubs giving the prizes arc listed after each award. Leadership: First, Atha Belle Steward; second, Emma Mae Sing, Blue Ribbon club: thrid, Charlotte Wilson. Alanrccd Gold Star club. The Mcrten Home Demonstration club will award these prizes at the award day. They gave n total of three dollars to me 4-H clubs. All Around Achievements: First, Athlui Belle Steward; Blue Ribbon. La Rue Whipple, second! third, Mildred Baggerman, Tampa high school club. Awards to be presented by Worthwhile club in home demonstration work. Record Book: First, Emma Mae Sing, Blue Ribbon; second, Mildred Baggerman, Pampa high school club; third, Laura McMenamin, Gold Star Alanreed club. Awards, to be presented by the Wayside Home Demonstration club. Home Improvement: LaRue Whippie, first, Blue Ribbon; second, Mildred Baggerman, and third, Caroline Baggerman, both Pampa high school club. Award to be presented by the Victory Home Demonstration club. Gardening: First, Atha Belle Steward; second, Emlna Mae Sing, both Blue Ribbon; Donna Gail Stubblefield, McLean 4-H club, third. Food Preparation: First, Mildred Baggerman; second, Caroline Baggerman, both Pampa high school club. Third place went to Margaret Baggerman of the Grandview club. Food Preservation: Atha Belle Steward, Blue Ribbon, first; second, Caroline Baggerman; third, Mildred Eaggerman, both of Pampa high club. Award presented by the Hopkins Home Demonstration club. Small Fruit: First, Caroline Baggerman; second, Mildred Baggerman, and third, Margaret Baggerman. These girls belong to the Pajnpa high and Grandview clubs. Award presented by Bell club. Clothing: First, Charlotte Wilson. Gold Star club, Alanreed; second, Atha Belle Steward, Blue Ribbon; third, Laura McMenamin, Gold Star, Alanreed. Award presented by Save Your Time Home Demonstration club. Handicraft: Charlotte "Wilson, Gold star club, first; Atha Belle Steward, Blue Ribbon, second, Louise Whipple, Blue Robbon, third. Poultry: LaRue Whipple, Blue Ribbon; first; Mildred Baggerman and Caroline Baggerman, Pampa high club, second and third. Award presented by Soltexo Home Demonstration club. Gold Star Winner: LaRue Whippie, Blue Ribbon club. Danforth Winner: Charlotte Wil- Cily hall greor movie WEDNESDA THROUGH PLUS—UNIVERSAL NEWS "NASTY QUACKS" New Location 319 W.Foster TODAY and WED. Lost Times Today Screen Snapshots' Sportsreel GALS! GAOSi DOLLAR BILLS! The number of satisfied b on our pres>cript,ion AH Types of LEATHER WORK <9nd Shoe Repairing City Shoe Shop Week of Prayer Program Is Heard Sixty women attended the Annie W. Armstrong week of prayer for home missions which was presented at the First Baptist church. Theme for the program was "Come Ye, Walk in the Light of the Lord." All circles of the Women's Missionary Union participated, with Mrs. E. L. Anderson presiding as program leader. The meeting opened with a song service and prayer and meditation. A special offering was taken to be donated to home missions. Special music included a duet sung by Mrs. C. L. Coonrod and Mrs. Don Egerton, a solo by R. Virgil Mott, and a musical reading by Mrs. Owen Johnson. All were accompanied nt the piano by Mrs. Mott. Giving parts were: Mesdames O. B. Schiffnmn, H. M. Cone, G. L. Texas Day' Is Topic Of Skellytown Club Mrs. Gone Harlan was Hostess when she entertained members of I Uio Eleanor Roosevelt study cluD I in her home near Skellytown for.« t>nn- ; Texas Day proaram. Roll call *ftS can. was hostess Sundry morniim al; answered by naming places of In- C:':0 when she entertained with " ! ^ crcs t in Texas. ' : l.rmkfas' to announce the rnsatje-, ' ' Wesner was leader, of cussed colleges. A colorful miniature Texas carrying out the theme of the pit)'". pram marked each refreshment plate. Present were: Mrs. J. B. Gallaher, Mrs. G. L. Morris, Mrs. J. E. Collins, Mrs. H. C. Boyd, Mrs. J. C. Jarvis. Mrs. C. Zugar, Mrs. R. Sparks, Mrs. A. D. Parsons, Mrs. J. Comstock. Mrs. Wesner, Mrs. Cor- Icv. Mrs. Smith and the hostess. Mrs. Everett I. I3r«y. of Oloucrsfr, Mass. Tho ceremony will be per- lormec! Atrril 14. in the Pampa First Er-ptist church. The aiin')'.in:"U!ent wa 1 : rovealocl whtn H;tle Miss Breiula Sun Parker, da'iyhter of Mr. and Mr.-. D. L. Parker." prnsentL-d the uuests with individual corsages of pink, blue and unite ,swt"!tpras. tied with Final! wccHiivi bands and pink satin .stream^-. Tho message was printed on tho streamers it; blue and rend. "Ku'-'fiiia and Richard. April 14. H'4fi." Uienrln K\\« was attirod in a lor- mril dress of -.jink and blue. The : - ( .|'vina '.ai'Ir- wn- laid with ens n cloth T! blue Irish Hum and centered with an aiTcin'JCinon' '- 1 ' pasti.' swfrtpi'TK and pink rnr.cUr?. Mrs. Wayn" Pin. Ip.s. sistr-r-in-lnw 01' tho brido-elret. preMded at t)v =i!v.T col fee service. Tho I'.n.eM, list inclnd"d i!if Fv'ivn ' Morehciid. AniUi Aiidrrv>:;. imv< Loi.'; Hoard. .lean Parkrr. V'oi- inr, bsborno. D-imthv Krat/.er. ai.rl Miss Gokt.\ Van Whuyvor of Oklahoma Ci'.v. Mrs. Claude l.nub. Mi-. Myron Porter. Mrs. L. M. Waunnn. and nrenda Sue Parker. A normal prewar supply of wom- hosiery will not be llio irirket or to the consumers duriim 1!)46. —Earl B. Constantinc, president. National Association of Hosiery Manufacturers. mm who suffer fiery misery of HOT PUSHES Cradduck, Hulle Beard, Tucker, Charles Miller, Summer Sandals R. W. Hugh Griener, Bob Allford, A. L. Prigmore, L. B. Scruggs. Moore, D. A. Oalclwell, Howard Lyon, L. H. Simpson, Bill Money, Jack Morris, S. W. Brandt, F. E. Leech, A. French, T. V. Lane, O. A. Davis, Cartwright, Galloway, W. B. Henry and H. M. Stokes. son, Gold Star club. Exhibit Winners Aprons: First, Charlotte Wilson, •Gold Star club; second, Betty Boswell, Junior high club; third, Janelle ,Drake, Lefors club. Blouse: Charlotte Wilson, Gold Star club, first; Alice Favors, Gold Star club, second. Utility Aprons: LaRue Whipple, first, second, Atha Belle Steward, and third, Emu-.a Mae Sing, all from the Blue Ribbon club. Skirts: Ear'oava Cobb, first; Barbara Diehl, second. Both from Busy Bee club. Dutch Bonnets: first, Betty Boswell, Junior higu club; Barbara Cobb, second, and Barbara Diehl. third, from the Busy Bee club. Child's Dress: Betty Allen, Gold Star club, Alanreed, first, and Alice Favors, Gold Star club, second. Head Scarf: Charlotte Wilson, Gold Star club, first. Laundry Bag: Charlotte Wilson, Gold Star club, first. Table Scarf, Mary Jo Steward, Blue Ribbon club, first; Betty Allen, .Gold Star club, second. Dish Towell: Mary Anne Allee, Hopkins club, first; Betty Jean Hill, Gold Star club, second; Betty Allen, Gold Star club, third. Handicraft: Mary Jo Steward, Blue Ribbon club, first on the charcoal drawings; Betty Boswell, second on a woven pillow top. Betty is from the Junior high club. Third place to Willie Mae Davis on a crocheted doily. Cork Purse: Athiv Belle Stewart!, Blue Ribbon club, first. Pillow cases; Francis McMenamin, Gold'Star club, first; second, Barbara Cobb, Busy Ben club; third. Alice T-ivm-s, Gold Star club. Pot Holders: Willie Mae Davis, Gold Star club, first; Janellc Drake, Busy Bee club, second. Cake: First, Clara Darling, Junior high club. .*. '3 All-Day Program Is . Given in Shamrock SHAMROCK, March 12 (Special) The Three Leaf home Viemonstra- lion club met at the IOOF hall for an all-day meeting Friday. A covered dish luncheon was served at the 'noon hour, after which a demonstration was given on se- Iccling materials for various purposes and judging quality of material, by Mrs Emma Mae Hastings, of Wheeler, :ot\nty home demonstration agent. Following the program, sewing and crochet .n-ovi.ded entertainment. Guests at the noon hour included: G. H. Burkltalter, O. T. Glass- Pat Ryan plays on "Real Stories From Real Life" Monday through Friday over Mutual. The newly sponsored human-interest dramatic M.Gre.0, the school Thursday »IL^ , 2 o'clock for the March program. , Dr Douglas Nelson, pastor of the I : Presbyterian church, will be guest , speaker. Mrs. Walter Purviance will pre- : sent the devotional, and Mrs. Dow King will serve as program leader for the afternoon. Special musical • numbers will be provided. Mrs. J. M. Fitzgerald, president of the organization, will conduct the i business session. WEDNESDAY li::t(l Yuwn I'ntrol. 7:UH—Open Bible. 7 ::iu--SunK« by Jmly .\I;irtin. S :00—Fnizior Hunt—MUS .SMS—Shiicly Valley Folks -MBS. S::tO—Shady Valley—MBS. X:-,-,—Ue.l Cruss. U:U(l--Oncu Over Liuhtly—MBS. lt:lfi—Pampa Party Line, 11:30—Tie Tuck Time—M US. 0:45—Fun with Music—MBS. 10:00—Cecil Brown—MBS. 10:15—Elsa Maxwell—MBS. 10:80—Rhyme Time. 10:45—Victor H. Limllmr—MBS. ll:UU--Lyle Van, News. —MBS. 11:15—Songs by Morion Downey—MBS. 11:30— J. L. Swindle. 11:45—Quaker City Serenade—M US. 11I:(<0—PursUiy Program. 2:15—Shamrock Church of Christ. 1!:,'JO- Luncheon With Lopez—MUS. 12:46—John J. Anthony—MBS. 1:00—Ccdric Foster—MBS. 1:15- Smile Time—MBS. 1 :,10—Quern for a Day—MBS. 2 :('()— Nev.-a for T(«l:iy—MUR. 2:15- True Confessions AIDS. •i :30—Remember—MRS. 2: If,- -Snnj:* in a Modern Milliner. H :00— Krakiti Johnson—MBS. 3:ir>—Johnson Family-- MBS. «:.HH—Mutual Melody Hour--MBS. 4 :u(t Tiinen By Ki-fjucKt. Tonichl on N'rtworks NIIC--7 Follies of lii.lii; s Armis nn Andy; X M Fihher and Molly: !l Bo Ho s'^i^:tT*Ame?h-«n ! ''Mc"»iy Sk 7 l :«ir Jolni! Moss and Miss Nell Adams. lilorilrl! ill "Nt-xl Time Wi- Love:" » In-j *»—' nor Sanctum. "Straits of Death:" S:,'iO[ Wo wan t, (o return to PoUllld— rilis Is My Best Drama . AUC- -7:»« I . p oland is f rcr and I'lllCd by Dark Venture, ciram;i ; .^ <,iiy l.omb:irdo • %% 11VI1 * rwltl - iivl , , Music; '.i Concert Time; n;.'in Hoosier Hop !Poles. — Gen. Wladysslaw Anders, If you suffer from hot flashes feel nervous, highstrung, "on edge", a Die blue at times — due to the functional "middle-ago" period peculiar to women —try Lydia E. Plnkhams. Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. • Pinkham's Compound is one ot tne ••Let's Get Rid of Prejudice" will j best known medicines you can buy. for this purpose! Taken regularly — Pinkham's Com-pound helps build up resistance. against such "middle-age" distress.; It has proved that some of the hap-| • Houston P-TA To Hear Speaker ent-Tcacher association meet at afternoon at piest days in some women's lives can- often be during their 40's. ». Thousands upon thousands Or women have reported remarkablS benefits. We honestly recommend thafl, you give Pinkham's Compo'und'a ffclr.'- trial! Also a great stomachic tonic,, LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S with a crystal bowl of swectpeas. Small tables l:ad vases of sweetpeas as centerpieces. Mrs. B. F. Kersh gave the invocation, and the devotional was given by Mrs. W. Z. Saker. jr. 'Games provided entertainment following the dinner, with Mrs. Baker in charge. Those present included: Mrs. Fred Holmes, teacher of the class. Mrs. 3 F. Kersh, Mrs. Juanita Kenny, Miss Fayc Davis. Mrs. W. Z. Baker, jr.. Mrs. Nadine Nichols, Miss Fan- nyie Mae Haning. Miss Monnie Gill. Miss Cora Lummiis, Mrs. Byron De _. .._. MBS- 7 Nick Carter: 7:«u The Kai-1 commander I'.ilish Second Corps, Act." s .-30 American T'orum Powers •stranded" in Italy. Tomorrow on Networks NMC 11 a.m. Freil Wiirinir Show: 12 noon Sketches in Mt-lody ; f>:l"> Kehoes Kvom i Tropics; s Eddie Cantor Comedy- 10:31)] 'lYtl. SU-acler Hum! ... CDS 1 Second j Mrs. Burton: ,'i House Party; -I:-!.") Sum-i i-o%v uiul HnwU ; 7 :'.SO Or .Christian Dm- ) ; !l Great Moments in Music . . . ADC i -- S a.m. Hrcakfast Club; 11 (ilumcuManor: 3 p.m. Jack Hcrch Show; 6:80 uc Ranker: li:!;", Ralph Morgan Mu-! sic . . . MUS—>:15 am. Shady Valley I-cilks; 1 ::)0 Qucun I'or A Day : :\ :'MI This i Is Your Country ; !l:;ill Bill McCune Name liand. if SOUK cneh. Walter Will'ams. Woslc-y Leako niid son, and Billy Morgan. Club members present. were: Mmes. G. K. BurkliuUer. R. P. Reas- Icy. Jolr.i Dabcn-v of Kelton, A. J. I.aycock, W. L. Orrick, Monte Go.s- j sett, Walter Williams, O. T. Glass- ' rock,'Wesley Leakr- and K. T. Hill. RELIEVE THAT TORMENTING PIN-WORM It is no longer necessary fi*H*^r LI to put up with the DIE H trouble caused by Tin- 9 • ^L. • H Worms ! A hiphly cffec- • • ^ • m tive way to deal with this uply infection has been established. Ask your drucnist for P-W, the Pin-Worm tablets doveloped in the laboratories of Dr. D. .Tayne & Son. The small, pasy-to-tnko P-W tablets nrt in a Rpcrinl way tn remove Pin-Worms. So ilon't take chiinccs ss'ith the omharrassint: rectal itch nnd other distreK:; caused by these creatures that live in^iilo thf human body. If you suspect Pin-Worms, pet JAYNE'S P-W and follow the directions Your drufjsiat knowd: P-W for Pin«Worm& 1 THEY USED TO CALL HER FATTY Almost, unbelievable loss of weight.ia, possible for most overweight peopja. through a pleasant, absolutely.hjireoi loss reducing method. AVlijle eatjng, plcntv, it is possible to take off as inuoai' us three to fi\ f e unsightly pounds a wee.k; No oxcreise, no starvntion diet, no reducing drugs or cathartics are necessary for tlioso Velio seek to regain a graceful; youthful figure. la fact, the Treraett. M'ay is so confidently recommenojM that yf>u may try Tremett without ris^- iiii; a penny. You nnrl your friends, must marvel tit the exciting improvement in your appoaraiu'o; you must get th$ roniills you seek in 30 days, or -yoUr imincy will be refunded in full.' Easy- tii-fnliiiw iliriM-lioiis with every papkajte^. As), r,, r Tr.-meii nl Uichanla Drug, CreN ii-->-'s Diuir ami ilriiK^ists everywhere, Victory Members Are i Entertained in Home j SHAMROCK, March I'J--1 Special i —The Victory Sunday school class ; met in the home of Miss Re Lum- i mus for a covered dish dinner Fri- j day evening. Dutch iris was used throughout the entertaining rooms for decorations. ; The dinner was served buffet style, [ and the dining table was centered m; %J»i .cj > i QUINTS always relieve coughing of f CHEST COLDS *^* nrnrd.'j jiv.irj WITH By ftlBS. AWNE CABOT Crocheted of bright cotton yarn, they're perfect for hot-weather wear with slacks or cool cotton shorts. Use a bright polka-dotted handkerchief or scraps of medium-weight cotton dress materials for the "ties". Soles are done in cotton rug yam and have a wedge heel for added comfort. To obtain complete crocheting instruction, finishing directions for the Tie-On Sandals tPattern No. 5380) send 15 cents in CQIN plus l cent postage, YA.UR NAWE, APDRESS and the PATTERN NUMBER to Anne O&bot, Pampa News, 1150 Ave. Anyjrioas, New York 19, N. Y. Qifts for shower parties, church bazaars—sweater* and vesUsw.. Jo*' ^ I'lotUes,, «^- lavejy" Ivan L. Block Insurance Agency Newly Appointed .By STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES FRANKLIN'S ^v. & -/ Bloomingron, Illinois AUTO FIRE — LIFE 80% Collision Participating LIBERAL SAVINGS Non-Assessable Policies Sheer Loveliness Stunning 2 piece drew : . . Jackljl of black Marquisette covered with bands pf Schifftey Embrgisji ered Ro^es. F(?r QcJ4ecl cemrg|)'H white organdy collar and p^gil, cluster buttons , , , TW skirt U 4«gore in black sheer crep^ , .,-,. Mis$e*' si?es 14 to ?0,« , i W| Women's »ize» 39 to 44 • iifflMi Moil

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