Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on November 2, 1961 · Page 12
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 12

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, November 2, 1961
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' : I i, .... by kafhy paferson Q — All the other sopho- moris attend dances and basket* ball games, but my parents have restricted me because of grade*.' I'm not stupid. I used to get all A's and B's. My marks would be better now, if t had more freedom, leasts as, much time day dreaming and watching TV as I would at a game or a dance. Shy won't my dad and mother understand this —. R D. 54th YKAK IHfc PAMPA DAILY NfcWS NOVEMBER 2, 13 A — You're traveling in a circular rut that leads fo more and grander daydreams, followed by pooer marks. Next, more restrictions and so'— more tinhappiness. You need a plan that will really work, so that life will be more fun and you won't need these imaginary Jaunts, You're not in grammar school. If you expect to-;Ifiart ;1 thing in class, you are lost SkifM ping assignments means it iS ton*? possible to do homework ifi.iplUfj of good intentions, and NO ieflfeh-r er will give you t6p grades,;,, ". H Paris shows swirling, f 1 a tie d* skirts that look like skating sklftS but are meant for daytime The round of holiday festivities is not so far off. It's the time to look your prettiest and advance planning will take care of this. In combing out.your set before a party, use a heavy comb (left) with coarse teeth in order not to break or split hair ends. Give your face a thorough cleansing (center) before you apply make-up for the evening. Tell your escort in advance your color preference In flowers. Both color and arrangement should be suited (right) to the dress you're wearing. So it's quite in. order t» drop some broad hints as to whit you would like. ! ^Miss Jones Feted With Bride's Party GROOM (Spl) — Miss Sharon Jones, bride - elect of Melvin •(Tobe) Britten, was complimented at a miscellaneous shower on Monday evening, in the home of Mrs.'C. L. Culver., " Hostesses were Mmes.. Joe Davis, Eldred James, T h e 1 m a Pool, Tnietc Fields, Max Wade, Carl i Homer, Ruby Detitpn, Clar• -ence Merrick, Ernest Lewil, Max iRay Faulk.ier, Cecil Culver and Misses Beulah Shockley, Mary - ,,Ann Britten, :Maria Bohr and Su- ,«ie Smith. , Appointed with a white linen cloth, the serving table was centered with a lavendar vase filled • 'with lavendar and purple chry- ' •viarichemums, which carried - out the bride's chosen colors ,of lavender and purple. , Mrs. Ernest Lewil registered guests. Miss Susie Smith and Miss Frances Denton presided at the coffee and punch service. Miss -Jones; her mother L. C. Jones; and the prospective bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Jose- 5 phine Britten, were presented . .with;corsages of camelias. Approximately 80 guests called during the entertaining h o-u r s ? from 6:30 to 9:30. Plan Now For Holiday Appearance At Parties .ALICIA HART Newspaper Enterprise Assn. To look pretty is the goal of nearly every woman, particularly when the gay festivities of the holiday season approach. And since most of us realize that good looks are more often the result of planning than thi gift of nature, there's still time to make the dream 'Come true. First, take a look at your figure. Is it less than perfect? Then exercise'now. Your exercise routine need not be a strenuous one, Use the bending and stretching combinations that will best trim :down your own bumpy spots, and do them daily. Watch your food, too. You won't have to starve yourself. Count your caloric intake. Let y o u r common sense and the vision of the dress you'd love to wear dictate a high protein diet. Get busy on hair care. Have your -hair professionally cut, and styled to suit you best. Shampoo and brush it frequently to give it life and luster. Master the art of setting your hair with large rollers, so that an invitation to a holiday party won't throw you into a tizzy. When you comb out your hair after a setting, use a heavy comb with coarse teeth, so that you won't break or split hair ends. Skin care, too, Ms most important. Your .face should be thoroughly cleansed two or three times every day, and certainly each time before you apply fresh make-up. ' : Army Man Mokes Excellent Husband By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: I can't decide which man 1 want to marry. One is a car salesman, very g o o d- looking, a year younger than I •m, and likes to make me jealous. The other is an Army man, not very "pretty," but very strong and masculine, two years older than I am, tries to please me. B.'J. FROM N. C DEAR B, J.: Marry the Army man. He can cook, sew, make beds,; is in perfect health, and knows how to take orders. DEAR ABBY: We own our home and have a lot of money 'invested in it, so moving is out of the question. Our problem is next door. For years there was an old boarded-up shack next door to us Some people bought it and have started to fix it up themselves. Instead of working on it during the daytime, they work on it all night. At twelve o'clock mid night they start in with the elec- *tric saw. At two in the morning ;they are mixing concrete. My husband works days and has to get his sleep at night. Last week we took our bedding out to the garage and slept in our car. Don't suggest talking to them because we don't know what language they speak, but it isn't English. Is there a peaceful solution? PEACE LOVING NEIGHBORS DEAR NEIGHBORS: Go next door and try to communicate with them. Surely they will compre hend enough English to under stand what your complaint is. li they are unable (or unwilling) to receive your message, ask your local police to help you get it across to them. very much. I suggested that per- laps Santa would be willing to :rade the stagecoach for her blan- cet, as he could use it to keep Rudolph warm. She thought it over for several days, wanting both. Before she went to be d Christmas eve, she put her little Blanket under the tree. The next morning she was delighted with her stagecoach. She apparently has never missed her blanket because she never mentioned it again. 'MRS. SANTA New Officers For Mary Martha Class Mary Martha .Class of Central Baptist Church met recently with Mrs. J. D. Redmond, 1137 Juniper, for an election of officers. • New .officers are Mmes Harold McCleery, president; H. E.. Cannon, vice president; C. 0. Me- Millen, secretary - treasurer; J. D. Redmond, social chairman; F. W, Hendrix, class ministress; Eugene Leigh, Wendell Wardlow, Jewel T. Moore, L. L. Landrey, group captains. During the meeting, the class ado ted. "Every Member,In Service" as,its aim; "Is .Your All On the Altar," as its .class hymn and the motto: "There is so m u c h 1 good in the worst of 'tis; and so much bad in the best of us; that it behooves none of us to say anything evil about the rest of us." Gold and green were, also chosen as the class colors. Refreshments were served during the social hour, Mrs. Hendrix dismissed the group with prayer. Attending were Mmes, A. R Newman, class teacher; Ralph Baxter and Clifford W. Hill, reporter. To look your best- when you dress ,for a holiday party, take advantage of the colorful new eye make-up. Your eyes can\do more for your appearance than any other feature. ,So'whether you' key your eye liner and shadow to your costume or.the,shade'of your eyes, do your dramatic 'best with them. * Decide ahead just'what you are going to wear,' from underpinnings to jewelry, and'tr-y them all on together before the big event. Give yourself plenty of time for a relaxing bath, and don't start to dress so late that you have to •rush .the, job. You!ll .leave for the, party 'feeling : half .put together, "and the uncertainty will rob you' of.poise. . - .'The wise ,girl .will -tell her .es- ! cort the color of her'costume so: that when he sends her 'flowers for the evening, they will'be right for her dress. .All told, the 'secret: of .beauty is good;groomirig. And.the secret of:, good grooming is: planning.! So now, while there are : still weeks in whichv to < get ready, why not "plan"-yourself the sleek,; appearance you've just dreamed ,of .in past J^liday seasons? SPOOL TRICK Everybody has a problem. What's yours? For a personal reply, write to Abby in care of this paper. Enclose a stamped, self- addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet. "How To Have A Lovely Wedding," send 50 cents to Abby, Box 3365, Beverly Hills, Calif. An empty thread spool can make a fine door stop. Apply thin coats of fresh, white shellac to the spool. When dry, fasten it to the floor or baseboard where you want the door to stop, Miss Jacobs Is Feted,At Party LEFQRS (Spl);^ • Sharlette Jacobs was guest of'honor at a party given on her •tenth birthday in the civic center by her mother, Mrs,'.Jerry Jacobs, recently. Games of' musical chairs, outdoor games, 'arid .contests comprised the entertainment. Favors of bubble .gum and balloons -were given. Refreshments were served. Guests were Connie Clemmons, Richard Roberts,; Lea Ann Timmons, Belinda Gates, Jackie Boyer, Mike Smith, Gina Garrison, Lynn Fish, Pat Prescott, David Earles, Donna McDaniel, Donna Sue Williams, Joe Bob Fish, Phillip Collins,-Diane Bogle, Jesse Broonie, Linda Kay Stanton, Walter Todd, -Danny McDowell, Gary Harvey. DEAR ABBY: You printed a letter from "Needs Advice," who wrote that her 4-year-old son had become terribly attached to a cuddly doll, and refused to go to sleep without it. Maybe she could tdopi our solution to the problem. Last winter our nearly 5-year., old daughter showed no signs of A ever, parting with her tittered old doll blanket. After wt finished our Christmas shopping, she SOCIAL CAltNDAR THURSDAY 2:30 — Senior Citizens Center, Lovett Memorial Library, Birthday Party for November honorees. 5:45'— Business Women's Circle, First Baptist Church. 7:00 — Las Cresas Club with Miss Martha Price, 1032 S Hobart. 7:30 — American Legion Auxiliary in the home of Mrs. Bessie Foster. 1815 Hamilton- 7:30 — Pampa Rebekah Lodge, 100F Hall, 800 E. Foster. FRIDAY 9:30 — Metanet Quilting Club with Mrs. J. B. Jones, 1018 S Hobart. 2:30 — Worthwhile Home Demonstration Club with Mrs. L- M. Bryant, south of the city. SATURDAY 10:00 — Christmas Bazaar, Si- St. Paul Methodist Church, 511 N. Hobart. mas shopping, she sawn out, \ toy stagecoach she wanted' VOU- In these dtys wh«j$ there ^ printed cards (or every occasion t personal note or letter stan out. What YOU s^y expresses One Group Girls School-Fall-Party Sizes Values To $10.98 ' • ' MOM!" Lad & Lassie Children's Shop "From Htsven To Seven' Uft W- Ktecvnitt MQ 4-888a BEHRMAN'S OVERSTOCKED STARTS FRIDAY 9 A.M.-HURRY! HURRY! BELOW COST PRICES SLASHED! TREMENDOUS SAVINGS! CQATSaK $ 39 $ 49 100% Einiger Wool Coats NEW COLORS - NEW SLEEVES REGULAR VALUES TO 79.95 LUXURIOUS FUR TRIMS MINK AND BEAVER 100% CASHMERES VALUE TO $149.95 UNTRIMMED CASHMERES $ 79 • i i T ' t i ' sale of Pants . •) First'Time On Sale We Are Overstocked Reduced ; For Clearance Values To $11.95 from 5 oo and up M/U//I/&Y FEATHERS—FLUSHES VELVETS-FELTS Perky hat styles to wear with your fall costume LARGE SELECTION From and up /2 vxl T and mart COTTONS—SIKS PRINTS—SOLIDS, OVERBLOUSESINCL. From I » 7 0 and up '/2 Off ,,d mart SAVE ONE-HALF AND MORE SALE OF DRESSES Wools-Crepes-Silks Dark Cottons-New Fab- rics. Sizes 5 to 15-8 to 20 Regular Values to 39.95 BETTER DRESSES • Street Dresses • Party Dresses • Cocktail Dresses • Costume Suits • Two Piece Suits Up To Off ' and more From 17.00 and up SPECIAL COCKTAIL SPECIAL CLOSE OUT DRESSES CLOSE OUT and mort COST FORGOTTEN ON THIS GROUP FROM $15.00 AND UP SALE SWEATERS - SALE SKIRTS To match $ i 00 qiujl % i 00 and 6 100% Wools and Orlons Better Sweaters and Imports Reduced Accordingly LAYAWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS FREE GIFT WRAPPING CHARGES ARE INVITED "PAMPA'S FASHION CENTER NO EXCHANGES! NO REFUNDS! EXTRA SALES lADlil TQ ASSIST YOU

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