$B Receive Degrees , -,- and Mrs. electecl to receive the Jfefi When the Skelly- toeTcah Lodge met Monday t. -They Will be initiated into organization on the nexfc xneet- faifht, July ?, Mrs. Hanna and . Bemice Soskins. who were —. elected, will also be in- lit this ineeting. # night 24 members of the ;e Wete guest? of the Amarillo Jacinto Lodge in Amarillo. :ellytown was awarded third pkce i the degree work for the past six idnths. There will be a formal installa- — of offic&rs next Monday night, taly 7. A sandwich plate and iced drink sr« sftved to Mmes. Ethel Aus- vattice McAlister, Olara Fegin- i, Ida Shubrlng, Muriel Nichols, y Carpenter, Eddie Beck, Ger- 6 Huckins, Mary Cowart, Doro- P4lttlertoni Maggie Webb, Ber- V6ftl, Gcofgle Hoff, Jfewel Ray iaiid* Ysleta Watt, Marjorie Pecham, Dona Crawford, Buth Groburg, ifilatice Wrlnklci Louise Morgan, Jrtne McCoy, Pearl Genett. Leona Tell, Florence Sullivan, Miss Eddie JPerti Lick and Everett Crawford fend Fred Genett. [Afternoon of Sewing lEnjdyed by HD Club ,,Mrs, B. D. Vaughn was hostess to lie Lefors Home Demonstration i When they met recently for an Jfternoon of ,sewing. | Plaiis Were made for a radio pro- tarn' to be given Saturday morning ycr fcPON. /Refreshments of punch and cake tere served. The next meeting will Be In the home of Mrs. L. B. ise, July 10 at 2 o'clock. lUTTERCOOKIES OPEN A PASTRY SHOP TrriM/j BEACH. N. Y.— (ff)— Fol_, In .the footsteps of four gen- ejrations-of Buttercookies, Paul and ' sis v/ifet Jeanettc. have opened .a ' .shop in this Long Island sea- de resort. says his name started in ^arsaw. Poland His ancestors were ted for their cookies and pastries, succulently sizzling in dairy rich Utter. . lubber fish, cast in plaster-of- irls molds of fresh specimans, have Traced mounted one in some mu- ", • exhibits. WET WASH 5c per Ib. AMERICAN STEAM , LAUNDRY 115 & Cuyler Phone 205 NEW PLASTIC CURTAINS For your windows ond shower. complete sup, y of ironing board • covers and pods. HONE BUILDERS SUPPLY 312 W. Foster Phone 1414 Married Mr. and Mrs. Heru-y Lee Kinnison, III, who wove married June 25 'hi Alamogordo, N. Mex. Mrs. Kinnison is the .former Miss Jo Anne Perry, daughter of Mrs. Ralph Thomas, Pampa, an'd Gerald F. Perry, Dallas. WE, THE WOMEN Girls Go to College for Husband . . . Degree v^ Parhpa News, Wednesday, July 2, 1947 PAGE 3 By RUTH MULLETT NBA Staff Writer A psychology professor estimates that only one girl in 10 goes to college for the intellectual life. The other nine are more interested in getting a husband. Well, you can't discredit the girls for that. Getting a husband is just as serious a business to a girl as getting an education that will equip him to earn a living is to a young man. And if by going away to college a girl manages to meet and eventually marry a young man who has a bright future ahead of him, she has landed herself a lifetime job. 'Even though she may not have had all her mind on her studies, her college years are bound to fiave added considerably to her education. MOST SUCCESSFUL So long as marriage is regarded as the finest 'career a woman can have, the most successful co-eds are the girls' who grab off the best husbands. The Yemarkable thing about the If you don't know your Life Insurance, know your Life I n s u ranee Phone 388 or 47 EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING HOOD TIRES • SEAT COVERS • AUTO ^ACCESSORIES • SKELLY GAS & OILS. —SEE us TODAY- PL AINS MOTOR CO. DE SOTO and PLYMOUTH 113 N. Frost Phone 380 'i CAL FOSTER And His Dixieland Jazz Rand Will Be At The Southern Club WEDNESDAY NITE, JULY 2ND ALSO 16TH, 23RD and 30TH OF JULY professor's figures isn't that nine jut of 10 co-eds are more interested in getting husbands than^n getting educated. The remarkable thing is that the one girl in 10 isn't smart enough to figure out that in four years on a college campus a girl ought to be able to acquire both a B. A. and husband. The Social Calendar WEDNESDAY 3:00 WSCS Circles of the First Methodist Church will meet In Clr- c)es as follows: No. 1. Mrs. Imther fierson, 1121 Mary Kllnn; No. 3, Mrs. C. B. Kstcs. 712 N. Dwipht; No. 4, Mrs. Horace McBee, 408 N. Somervllle; No. 5, Mrs. Donald Nenstiel, B3R N. Wells. 7:00 Teachers and officers of First Baptist Church will meet. 7:Ui Joint meeting of the Sunday School ami Training Union of the. First Baptist Churcn. 7:30 Church Choir rehearsal nt the First Methodist Church. S.-no Junior Odd Fellows In TOOF Flail will have installation of officers. S:45 All church choir rehearBftl at First Baptist Church. THURSDAY 6:45 Girls' Rnsemhle of First Baptist Church will meet. S'OQ npheknhH wll Ihavp formal installation of officers nt the IOOF Hall. Mrs. Francis Hall, district deputy, will lie In ''liarKe. FRIDAY 2:00 Worthwhile Home Demonstration Club. 2;liO Skellytown Home Demonstration Club will meet In the Shell Club House. 7:30 Klngins at the "White. Deer Church of Christ. S;00 Knstern Star at AVhlte Deer Masonic Hall. MONDAY 5:30 The XSA will hold Installation of officers at the Court House Cafe. 8:OD American Legion Auxiliary will meet in the home of Mrs. R B. JIo Null. TUESDAY 2:00 Hopkins IID Club. 7:00 Kit. Kat Klulj. 7:00 IJ.IK Cresas Club. 7:00 La Rosa Sorority. 7:80 Chltter Chat Club. 7:?,0 Thctn. Rlio Cllrls will meet In the IOOF Hall. R:00 B&PW Club will have business meeting In the. City Club Rooms. 8:00 HP13BSQSA meets in the Sam Houston Auditorium. Mainly About Pampa and Her Neighbor Towns Guests in the R C. Hart home, .012 E. Twiford, for the week are Mr. and Mrs. Colin Cameron and Church Reception Sunday Evening For Miss Adams Members of the First Christian Church honored Miss Genevieve Adams with a reception Sunday evening in the banquet room of the church following the regular services. Miss Adams Is the now minister of education and youth for the church. Guests were received by Mrs. Charles F. Madiera. Miss Adams, Mrs. Josephine Blalock, Mr. and Mrs. James Washington, and Rev. and Mrs. B. A. Norris. Mrs. Erwin Thompson presided at the punch bowl. The Ipce covered table was centered with an arrangement of snapdragons and shasta daisies. Bouquets of summer flowers were placed throughout the room. Miss Wanda Gordon and Tracy Gary played piano selections throughout the evening. The welcome to Miss Adams was given by C. T. Hightowcr, after which she was presented a lovely corsage of white iris and roses. Humorous hats created by Mrs. Madeira were modeled by Mesdames D. V. Burton, Emory Noblitt, Paul Hill, B. A. Norris, James Washington, and Josephine Blalock. These were appropriately named, "Floral Fantasy," "The March of Time," "Luncheon Special," "Sinatra Swooner," "Noodle Number." "Lily Dache," and "The Book Worm." Each hat was then modeled by Miss Adams. Refreshments of punch, fruit cocktail, and cookies vere served to approximately 100 guests. Baptist Training Union Has Ranch-Style Meal Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hanks were hosts to members and guests of the First Baptist Church Training- Union. Monday evening when they entertained at their home viith an out-door ranch vtyle supper. Following the benediction by Rev. Douglas Carver, guests were served plates of Mexican food, hot dogs, coffee, iced drinks and cookies. Following supper the group gathered around a bonfire for a singsong. Signing the guest register were Billy Baird, Biil Tarpley, Pat O'Rourke, Bobby Tucker, Mary Lou Hanks, E. L. Brown, Betty Mosloy, Lou Ellen Giles, June Hanks, Bonnie Dell Tucker, Carlos Grissom, R. B. Burnett, Norma Tunnell, Donald Bill Bain, Robsrt O'Brien, Jamos Niver, C. A. Scott, Margaret Scott, Billy Gene Davis. Clinton Hughes, Dan Wilde, Doris Stull, Juanita Cox, Jeannine Lindsay, Inez French, Georgo Pardue, Hamona Matheny, Charles Roberts, Jackie Hanks, Eva McGee, Garner Wilde, Rev. Douglas Carver and family, Mr. and Mrs, Virgil Mott and family, Mr, and Mrs. Jchn R. Wilde and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mage Keyser and son, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Burnett, Mrs. C. A. Scott; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Barrett and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barrett. Doris Louise Taylor Is Birthday Honoree Doris Louise Taylor celebrated the occasion of her fourth birthday with a party Sunday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Taylor. The Taylor family resided at the Gulf Worley Lease. Those attending or sending gifts •were Mr. and Mrs. John B. Ayres and children, Jimmy, Dorothy Ann, Johnny and Mary Helen, Mrs. Frank Scott and children, Joan, Bob and Max, Mrs. E. E. Lindsey and children, Patsy, Don and Buddy Nea] and Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Decker. Announcement Bebekahs ure urged to attend the formal installation of officers at the IOOF Hall tonight at 8 o'clock. Mrs Francis Hall, district deputy, will be in charge of the service. Read The Pampa News Want Ads BEARD'S OFFER YOU HOMOGENIZED LK IT'S HEALTHFUL! V Drink lois of milk, It is te of the best energy known- f COTTAGE CHEESE |p IPDMir W ^I^WP^wWlww^W^ j R| ww-BPwpl ST MODiRN PLANT IN THi PANMANpU I^BsV. n*w ^J^I^^PIBpPB MwlhWfl>?Mli|lMB;|P fRp Virus *txj»ert HORIZONTAL 1,7 Pictured noted doctor 13 Color 14 Shine iSComb woo! 16 Jason's ship 19 Opposed 20 American ^ patriot 21 Tumult < 22 Dread ( / 23 Thus "" 24 Tellurium (symbol) 25 Eaten axvay 29 Cloys 32 Vegetable 33 Chill 34 Restrain 36 Punitive 39 Cutting tool 40 Parent 41 Gaiter 44 Festival 48 Enervates 50 Demigod 51 Spoken 52 Horse gait 53 Coarse herb 55 Waken 57 Exhibited 58'Lined VERTICAL 1 Humorous 2 Speaker. 3 Hindu i aarment 4 Finishes 5 Portufal (4b. 8 Listen 7 Stain i 8 Preposition 9 King of ,Norway 10 Cattle 11 Property * 12 Counties 17 Rhode Island (ab.) 18 Depart * SGChoo* 27 Observe 29 Drink slowly 43 Chinese group 30 Playing card 44 Beneficial 31 Number 45 Area measure 34 Hurries 48 Note of scale 35 He is a virus 47 Sorrowful cry 48 Greek porch 37 Place near 38 Endured 49 Herb genus 54 Earth goddess 28 Hearing organ 42 Operatic solo 56Anent children, Jimmie and Janice, of Seattle, Wash. Lost man's spectacles in tan case n vicinity of Lake McClellan. Please call Roscoe Pirtle Ph. 886.* Harry Schwartz is now in Eastern Markets buying materials for your fall suits and overcoats.* Blake Yager, Fort Worth, spent Tuesday night as a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Livingston. Elite Beauty Shop is open again and offers an excellent special on all permanents for next 10 days. lall 481 for appointment. 400 S. Cuyler.* Miss Martha Click, Los Angeles, is spending the summer with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Boss Byars, 641 N. Faulkner Six-foot Kelvlnator, excellent shape for sale. No phone calls. ,708 N. Gray.* " '" ; ' The Southern Clubs' 4th of July Dance will be on the nite of July 3rd. Everyone welcome. Free tables.* Mr. and Mrs. George Scott and daughter, Betty Joyce, 1312 Mary Ellen, have returned from a month vacation in' South Texas. They also visited with Mrs. Scott's mother, Mrs. H. W. Kilpatrick, in Navasota. Dance to-nite to Cal Foster and his Dixieland Jazz Band at the Southern Club. Free tables.* Come leave your name. We will have some -Hot Point Refrigerators soon. Modern Appliance Co.* Lt. Jack Baker, USMC, left yesterday for Quantico, Va., after spending a 30 day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. Jack Baker. . , Get your bicycle tires and tubes at K. and R. Service Station. 322 N. Cuyler.* C. A, Huff, Steve Matthews, Fred Thompson, and Crawford Atkins returned Monday from a weekend fishing trip to Eagles Nest. Dance to Pinky Powell's orchestra Wed. nite at Terrace Grill. Everyone invited.* Mr. and Mrs, M. R. Sheets and .children, Ronnie and Mavlyn, Woodard, O-kla., spent Tuesday visiting in the Ralph Sloan home. Big 4th July Dance with Pinky Powell's orchestra, 4th and 5th. You are welcome, Picnic buns and pastry essentials. Pampa Baking Co. Phone 816.* Miss Judy Smith, daughter of Mr. tad Mrs. William Jarrel Smith, 1118 N. Christine, flew to Sherman last week for an extended Visit with relatives there. Mineral Steam Baths for Rheumatism, arthritus, kidney and liver troubles and reducing treatment. 705 W." Foster. Ph. 9.7 Lucille's Bath Clegg Instant Ambulance P. 2434.* Mrs. J. H. Ayres and Mrs Julia Ayres have returned from Wickett and Sterling City where they spent a week visiting relatives. Cab Drivers Needed- Apply Peg's Cab Stand. 221 N. Cuyler.* Mrs. Martha Prather has returned to her home in Dallas after spending two days here with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Luther Pierson, 1131 Mary Ellen. Mr. and Mrs Pierson returned with her and visited another daughter. Sybil, at Southern Methodist University. On the return trip they visited with relatives in Ranger and Lueders. Fireworks for s»le on Lefore Highway -Just out ' side the city limits. B Mr 8 amTMrs, Don Jones and daughter. Linda, have returned from a two we* vacation In Oalvesjon, Louisiana, ind the Mrs. Coon Honored At Recent Shower Mrs.. Charles Coon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weiss, was recently complimented with a pink and -white shower in the home of Mrs. C. C. Woodard, 519 N. Starkweather. Assisting with hostfcss duties were Mrs. F. H. Smith and Mrs. Vida Shelton. Roses and spring flowers were used in the receiving rooms. The tea table was laid with a white Damask cloth and centered with a bowl of pink roses. Guests were directed in the gift room where many lovely gift packages were displayed. The gifts were later removed to the living room and placed on a coffee table where they were opened by Mrs. Coon and her small son, Charles Eugene. The hostesses presented Mrs. Coon a corsage of baby rose buds. Similar corsages were worn by other members of the house party. Home made ice cream and cake iced in pink and white were served at the refreshment hour. Favors were plastic miniature baby shoes filled with toasted nuts. Registering in the guest book were Mmes. A. C. Sanders, W. E. Posey, Birdie Derrick, H. E. Saunders, I. M. Brooks, W. A. Keith, Melvin* Turner, H. C. Fisher, R. D. Nice, Jr., M. N. Weir. J. E. Wellford, J M. Hill, Doyle, Biosan, Rosen- lialm, Q. L. Derrick, and P. H. Ford. Several women, unable to attend the shower, sent gifts. Contract to Supply Tractor Is Completed The Plains Machine Co. yesterday was awarded a contract to supply Gray County one International four-wheel tractor for road work at a cost of $3.737,13. There were two other bidders, both higher, but apparently less desirable. County Clerk Charlie Thut was _ ordered by the Court to add the approved Sone-McCoy addition of the city of Pampa to the plat of Gray County. The plat, drawn up by the Sone-McCoy's engineer, was approved last week by the City Commission. The next meeting of the Board of Equalization for the county was scheduled for July 14 in the County Court Room. Monthly bills were approved and other routine business taken • up. 'OH, MY FRIENDS. AND AH. MY FOES'* New DELHI. India—(/P)~The following "personal" advertisement appeared recently in the New Delhi Statesman: "Brigadier Cane leaving for the United Kingdom desires to thank his British and Indian friends for many kindnesses. He further de- dires that his enemies should not indulge in wishful thinking! He is returning!!" Play Dress 8991 U yrs. A raining camp in. ohiie is said . be ffi» titehest habitation in « itvej, she'll need for sunny weather —an adorable play dress for tots The bottom Is cut all in one piece- forms panties and .ties-in front, use a bright check and trim with self or contrasting ruffle Pattern No. 8991 is to* sizes 1- 2 3, 4, 5. and 6 years. Size 2. 81/8 yavds of 35 or 39-inch; 3 yards, machine made ruffling. t •For this pattern, send 2S cents in COINS- your name, address, stee desired. a,nd the PATTERN NUJtf- ber to sue $wies§. Paropa News, U50 Ave. Americas, ifew York 19 N. Y. The Spring Issue of wUl delight you with Its wealth of sewing suggestions fQl' every home Spssta) WHY NEWSPAPERS ARE LIKE WOMEN Because they are thinner than they used to be. Because they have forms. Because they are well worth looking over. Because they are bold face type. Because they are easy to read. Because they carry the news where- over they go. Because they have a crcat deal ol influence. Because they flro not afraid to speak their minds. Because if they know anything they usually tell it. Because they always have the last word. Because back numbers are not In demand. Because every man should have one of his own and not run after his neighbor's. —o— "How will you lilte your CBSS?" aslt- ed a waitress in a restaurant. "As well aa could bo expected under the. circumstances," replied the absent-minded doctor. The seven aees of women are: The infant, the little girl, the miss, the young woman, the young woman, tha young woman, the young woman. A very well satisfied man arrived at the gates of Heaven and asked for admission. "Where are you fromV'asked the i attendant. "California." "Well, you can come in ... but you won't like it. Walter Cranmer Is Feted on Birthday PANHANDLE—(Special) — Walter Cranmer entertained his friends Monday in honor of his eighth birthday. Games were played and musical number's were given by Dorothy Lee Cranmer, Doris Nell and Patty Sue Berg. Refreshments of ice cream, cake ond an iced drink were served in Sandra Kay. Freddie and Bernard Klinke, Dorothy Lee, Sharon Ann and Edgar Cranmer, Doris Hell ar.tl Patty Sue Berg, Raymond and Joseph Dutton and Ted Stansbury. Gifts were sent by Amelia Neusch Leon and Buster Simpson. Although India is only a little more than one-half as large as the United States, it contains three times as many people. Installed Sunday Might LEFORS— < Special) —The Methodist Youth Fellowship of the Leforfe Methodist Church heH nn informal 'retaliation of officers Sunday night n the Rogue Theater. The stage was lit by candles with a picture of Christ praying in the garden on the altar. Each outgoing officer held a cross which was presented to the respective incoming officer. The ceremony, which was led by Wesley Daniel, was opened with the singing of the hymn, "We May Not, Climb the Heavenly Steeps," which nas been chosen as the p-oup song. The leader gave a reading, after vihich he led the group in prayer. He then gave a short inspirational speech to the incoming officers. Barbara McCullick, outgoing president, presented her cross to Sam Daniel as the symbol of his new cffice. Other officers taking oath were vice-president., Barbara McCullick; secretary-treasurer, Pat Johnson: worship and evangelism, Connie Garbcr; missions and world friendship. Dclbert Patterson: community service. LeVaughn Mullins; and recreation. Jimmye Davis. The meeting was closed with a prayer by Sam Daniel. ^ South Africa, Australia, India. and Canada are Great Britain s four best customers in the iron ana steel industry. ^ It"is~p~osslble to purchase molasses on the market in powdered form. THOMPSON GLASS .... & PAINT CO. 119 W. Foster Phone 1079 Read The Pampa, News Want Adi PIN-WORMS NOW CAN BE BEATEN The miseries of Pin-Worms have beeri known for centurie*. and millions of victims have sought » way to deal with this pest that lives inside the human body. Today, thanks to a special, medically recogniied drue a highly effective treatment has been made possible. This drug is the vital ingredient in P-W.^he Pin-Worm tablets developed in the laboratories of Dr. D. Jayne & Son. The email, easy-to-take P-W tablets act in a special way to remove Pin-Wormo. So don't suffer with the embarrassing rectal itch caused by this ugly pent. Ask your druBKist for JAYNE'S »>-W anU follow tU» directions. P>W menus. Pin-Worm reliei > REPAIR SERVICE REFRIGERATION—DOMESTIC OR COMMERCIAL GENERAL APPLIANCE SERVICE Texas Electric Appliance Co. 208 W. Browning Phone 747 . The Pampa Banks WILL BE CLOSED FRIDAY, July 4th To Observe Independence Day Take Care of Your Banking Needs Thursday CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO. PAMPA, TEXAS Statement of Condition at Close of Business June 30, 1947 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, including overdrafts $1,463,623.69 Other Bonds and Warrants 644,644.56 United States Bonds 2,039,880.92 Furniture and Fixtures 7,940.57 Customers' Bonds 23,500.00 Cash and due from Banks . .• 713,706.88 Total $4,893,296.62 LIABILITIES Capitol ? 75 W° Surplus 50,000.00 Undivided Profits 74.146.24 Customers' Bonds 23,500.0,0 '.- 4,670,650.38 Total - • , •• $4,893,296.62 - V' '-S !*»'-?.'A' ' , l V'^iV -'..KM •»«•",. ,C* -•,.'•'-' • ', • ' " «V^" Vf?" , v "" , . * v "' ' "',?';'- i iriki*,<'nlsy^M4k>r.,. , <'l^ky.il^f.^afeteAtf.il.."/ ':..'• ,^ ... '-, -v. ..
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