Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 13
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fl 6000 MORNINC5!. . . .and we ore hoping that is an applicable salutation in the event you have received youf paper en. time. . . snatched it up.and hurriedly turned first to this faction . . , in the event you hove let it slip youf mind until fate afternoon, Monday or Tuesday, well, hi, anyway ... "<e the Forsythio bush which is fairly bursting with buds on • uf fronf lawn, we are literally bursting with news to impart . .so with no further ado, let's have with it . .friends are .ill talking about the lovely Volenfine Tea with which Mafy /' nn Kelley entertained recently in the Country Club . ... it was *e of those casually elaborate, well-planned affairs where 'cryone enjoyed themselves . . .immensely . the serving ••ble was quite elegant .it was centered with a stately 53rgne holding pink carnations with red nylon tulle poufs .each one looking like a gay little nosegay. .the table •35 covered with a floor-length white satin cloth caught up at :> ie corners with pink carnations backed with red nylon ruffling 'id tied with red satin streamers that fell to the floor. . ('•\e tea tid-bits matched the elegance of the table appointments with Mrs. Ted Herriman out-doing herself again with Sar part in the affair. .the bite-size, frozen-centered cream -;uffs were the piece de resistance, as well as the dainty tea nndwiches. .the bread had been dyed red and filled with yummy pink filling chocolate-covered almonds and tiny, d, sugar strawberries added the right touch for the sweet•-,th. .the hostess was her usual, lovely, gracious self in f blue linen oftternoon dress complemented with a pale pink irsage that matched the flowers in the centerpiece . .other • -.embers of the housepot ry wore red carnation corsages we •.e the versatility of entertaining advantages that living in • us particular spot affords hostesses. did you ever stop to link that here we can maintain a real authenticity in an ' ,'rernoon tea complete with white satin cloths, silver and crystal flowers and dainties . or entertain with an out- coor barbecue with an iron skillet, brass and wood table service. and be perfectly at home in either setting ve've attended affairs in other parts of the country where the more formal setting was accomplished with ease, but the western atmosphere, when it was attempted, fell flat and fakey did you ever stop to think about this' well, frankly, we hadn't either until just now. ANOTHER LOVELY PARTY given this week was the pretty bridal shower for on even prettier bride, Mrs. Jerry Ray Boston ,, .her favored colors of green and white were brought out Vn the table appointments with a green net overskirt over c,t°en taffeta centered with o tall espergne containing white s^ixk and green feathered love-birds., .the honoree wore oh bi't'ernoon dress of gre#n harmonizing in color with the cloth on the table. . . . the mantle in the large parlor of the First Methodist Church formed the focal background for the gift- laden table, which literally spilled over with intriguing-looking gifts wrapped in white, shiny paper tied with huge, green ribbon rosettes. perched on the mantle was a lovely bride- doll flanked with burning, white tapers with a string of white rose-bud electric lights draped from one candle-holder to the other. . .hostesses for the bridal courtesy were Ethel Clay Thelma Lutes . .Victoria Houchin Eva Branson Bea Goodnight Jewell Nance. . . and Ruth Wooley . one of the nicest social gestures we can think of is a housewarming . .the Ernest Cranes were pleasantly surprised and honored Sunday-Last, when a group of their friends called on them with refreshments and gifts in the Cranes' lovely, new home northwest of the city . a housewarming, it seems to us, is what suddenly turns a lovely house into a home we're not leaving our favorite subject, parties we only want to give your eyes a rest and let you look at the star for a minute. PRETTY ced and white polka-dot invitations were posted by Minerva Hobarf and Mrs. E. L. Green Jr., bidding guesls to the lovely luncheon given on Saturday in the Country Club and on Friday evening in the Club, the George Crees Jr., the Joe Crees, the D. E. Holts, the C. A. Husteds, the W. F. Jordans, the H E. Stanfields, and the Vernon Watkins were hosts for a dinner-dance .and come this Thursday, Dot Overton, Ann High, Teed Hicks, and Thelma Clark are having a Book Review Coffee in the club, which is always the hub for beautiful fun affairs almost any hour of the day or evening ... and 'way, 'way next month, which really is almost here, anyway, Evelyn Nace is planning a party for J_orene Chinn of Borger and her book, "The Unannointed" . . . .speaking of books, Delta Kappa Gamma Sorority is planning a rare treat for book-lovers on March 9 in the Robert E. Lee auditorium . they've engaged Evelyn Oppcnheimer 'to review the best-seller, "Home From The Hill.".. we usually envy people their trips, but we didn't exactly envy Bill Hunt's jaunt to Galveston this week for the band activities there he took off with carloads of girls, their choperones and THEIR LUGGAGE .heard that the E. W. Stevenson's also accompanied the band entourage friends ore elated over the news of the proposed return of residence m Pamoa of Betty Cree Reed and her family from Abilene they will be the new next-door neighbors for Dot Overton for the Reeds are building that very interesting-looking home out on North, very North Duncan we've heard that they had a show-place of a home in Abilene and the outside shape of the new one gives evidence of being very lovely, too around the first of March or the early weeks thereof,the Dr. H. H. Hicks, the Art Hollands, the Bob Tripplehorns are Acapulco- bound . probably little chance of running into Ikp this trip, though, for he'll probably be back in his White House chair by the time they get there. MRS. FRANK MOORE CARTER Nuptial Vows Of Helen Elizabeth Locke, Frank M. Carter Join Pioneer Families Social Calendar MONDAf i;00 — Top o' Texan Gfirden: Club with Mrs. Kenneth Osborti, | 200 N. 8umn«r. * ;<X) _ Altrtiftft Club, Pine Room ' ..IP* Hotel. f :30 —Spanish I, Adult Kduca- tlon ClaS*, Lovfett Mfttnortal Library. ?:30 — Famf>$, tHipllcftta Bridge Chita, St. Matthew* Episcopal Parish House. 7:30 — KappA Kappa lot* Sorority, City Club Room. 8:00 — Exemplar ChaptSr,, Beta Sigma. Phi Sorority, with! Mmes. Jack White, Thelmn. Bray, j Virginia Vaug-hn as hostesses. TUESDAY 9:30 — Chapter CS, PEO, with Mrs, F. E. Imel, 1701 Charles. 1:00 --- El Progresso Club. Luncheon in Pampa Senior High School. 2 : 3o — Varietas Study Club with Mrs. H. H. Bratchef, 1328 N. Russell. "Fine Arts." 2:30 — Twentieth Century Club with Mrs, H. R. Thompson. 2235 Charles. "The Miracle of Freedom." 2:30 — Twentieth Century Forum Club with Mrs. John McCrery, 1311 Christine. 2:30 -- Civic Culture Club with Mrs. Willis White, 100$ Twiford. 3:00 -- Twentieth Century Culture Club with Mrs. W. L. Hasse, 1701 Christine. 7:30 Business and Professional Women's Club. Public Affairs Banquet with Rev. Wm. E. West, guest speaker, City Club Room. 7:30 - Spanish 2, Adult Education Class, Lovett Memorial Library. 8:00 -Rho Kt a Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, with Mrs. Jack Florence, fi07 Powell. WEDNESDAY 9:30 — Doris Smith Cii'de, First Baptist, in the Church. 9:30 --- Gene via Wilson Circle, First Baptist, with Mrs. Earl Tarbet. 2124 N. Sumner. 9:30 • • Sypert Circle. First Baptist, with Mrs. George Mitten, 1819 N. Sumner. 9:30 - Jaxie Short Circle, first Baptist, with Mrs, A. C. Howard, 601 Short. 9:30 - Betty Bolin Circle. First Baptist, with Mrs, Margie Crouse, 1324 Williston. 9:30 \V - Kathryn White Circle, First Baptist, with Mrs. Paul Turner, 125 N. Faulkner. Mary Ruth Bridges First Baptist, in the THE PAMPA DAILY NfcWS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22 omenA fc Wilson Oaily Newi Wortien 1 * fditof L^artun (J~>ur Mrs. Byron Kim Lilly cJuaueii (stria ueii srae In a double-line ceremony in theJher, the bride wore a long-, while; home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.'bridal gown of peau ile snie fash- Kins N. Locke of Miami on Tues- ionod with a pointed bodice, ac-; day afternoon, February 17, Miss canted with a low neckline and Helen Elizabeth Locke became the elbow-length sleeves above a dome bride of Frank Moore Carter of shaped skirt with bouffant hark Pampa. fullness falling into a chaprl The Reverend K. Lee Stanford, •""•eep. She wore a shoulder-length pastor of the First Methodist Veil of French Illusion attached to Church of Lockney and formerly « pillbox of French Chantilly lace and seed pearls. She canied a book lopped with a white nf Minmi, was the officiating; clergyman, prayer '.Mrs Juanila Hnynes of Miami on-\w\ and stephanotis. played traditional wedding music. Patricia Attt-nclants wore Miss At tlu< close of the reremony, Reynolds iiud Frank Mitchell C'nr- ('ballon S. Signor of Lubbock, ler, bridegroom's father. Doth of bride's uncle, sang "The l»rd's Pampa. Miss Prayer." Vows were exchanged before mirrored mantel decorated \\ith an arrangement "f white chrysanthemums and tall tapers. Given in marriage by her fa- l»rd's Pampa. Miss Reynonds wtue a sheath dress of white Italian silk a with a bodice of re-cmbroidercd lace over blue silk organ/a and carried a nosegay of ice-blue carnation." Seated with the mother of the ENGAGEMENT TOLD •Vr SAD STORY some weeks bock we noted with printed congratulations that Marian Osborne had received the Thanks 'Bodge, which is one of the highest honors that can be given to on adult worker in Girl Scouting and one that is given only once in a lifetime well, it is true that Marian received the honor sometime back, oh, maybe back like two years ago but the honor this year was accorded Martha Holt for all of her services throughout the years to Girl Scouting, which is what we should have said then and what we are saying now Marion and Martha are good friends and we hear they laughed good-naturedly over our little faux pas as all Good Girl Scouts should do. ^ SOMETHING WE'VE MISSED THIS YEAR is the Beta Sigma Phi's annual table-setting contest? or did they have it while our little nose was snow-covered we do know that plans are well underway by the Sorority for the annual selection 'of the Woman of the Year they are selecting o panel of prominent men who will submit a list of outstanding women s names for selection by the sorority as usual, we can hardly ,wait to find out who she will be this year just one comment on the civic scene from a private citizen, us we are g/ad that the traffic lights have been turned on at Hobart and Kentucky ..seems to help the traffic flow so much easier now so much easier in fact that some, unaware of the light addition, have flowed right on through a red light .takes a while to catch on or maybe just one traffic ticket we simply can't close without a mention of the DAY OF THE SOUND we've heard some amusing experiences that happened to people relating to the sound for instance, a friend of ours had |ust turned up the furnace thermostat in her home at the moment the Sound was heard you can just imagine what she imagined!!' and another friend of ours, an avid Bridge-player, hod just absenl- mindedly trumped her partners ace at the moment the Sound occurred. , . ihe swears the Sound came directly from her partner!. . . mmmmm, sounds logical! see you next week Miss Charlens Enni$ Mr and Mrs, C. L. Ennis, 425 Pitts, announce the engagement of their daughter, Charlene to A 2 C Dean Rich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rich of Brighton, Iowa. Th» wedding hgs been planned for July 13. bride were the bride's grandmothers, Mrs. H. C. Shelton of Rotan. Mrs. John Arrington of Mia m i. Mrs. Frank Mitchell Carter, mother of the' bridegroom, sat with his grandmothers, Mrs. Inez Carter and Mrs George \V. Casey, both of Pampa. Miss Marilyn Warren of L u b- bock, sorority sister rif ihe bride, and Mrs. Ronald S. Goodmg of Ft. Brasg. N'C.. bridegroom's sifter, presided at the reception table. For a wedding trip to New Orleans aiid Xas.-all. the bride wore navy blue and white checked Italian raw silk fashioned on princess linos with a scooped neckline traced with tiny peau de soie folds. . The dre.*s was topped with a i matclung box-jacket with bracelet-! length sleeves and worn with shortle white gloves and navy ac- ce'forie.'v The hi ide. gi eat-gi anddaughtei of the. late N. F'. Locke, who (Mine to Mobeetie before ISSn. attended Miami High School, WH< graduated from Stephens College and is ft senior student at Texas Technological College, where she is a member of Kappa Alpha Theia .snror- ny. The biidegnxun. great-grandson of the late Mrs. P. A \Voilev. \vh<> came to the Panhandle during the pioneer peiiod. was graduated {mm Pampa High School; attended Oklahoma Slate College. Tr\as Tech. and has completed his army training at Carnp Chaffee. Ark." Mr. and Mrs Caiter will be engaged m ram lung north of Pampa. where they will make then home Weddir.g guests u ere Mrs K. Leu St.-infoid. Mis. Charles S. SIR- nor ami daughters. Cindy and P.it sy; Mr and Mrs. Douglas B s'lonr "f P"i tales. N M., M r » ,!,ihii Arlington. Lt. H. S. Good ing. Mi. and Mis. George L. Casey, Mr and Mis. Joel David Fa- meice of Prtmpa. Gray Ladies Give r Re-Trainer Party Pampa Chapter of the American Red Cross Gray Ladies entertained with a party for the Re-Trainer Gump at 'he Amanllo Ai i h'ui.-t; B.'ise on Wednesday evening. H».sU's.-.es from Pa in pa woe Mines Ted NKGuue, ihair- IliaM. Vi.-M'.ull Prlliii.'l gi :1SS, I«>Ulse Sf.n-H. .itiau-.s K LevSiS. an,l F \V. Siiotueil. They were Hs.si.sted by Mi.s H M M. Gregor. cnau- mail of hospital work, of Amanllo During tile evening, games of Bingo wei| plsvcd with a flashlight i.amftta awai.led tor the "bU./k-out" pn/.e, which was pie sen'.ed h\ the Red Cross field di- I'ei tor'. Bil* Muri ay. i A cake, baked by Mrs. Peiider- giass. wa,$ given to one of tne guests, who was celebrating a birthday thi« week, i Refreshments ueio nerved from a table decorated with «. lighted jfv«4 Crot* J 9 -.SO Circle, Church. 10:00 -- Bishop Soamon Guild. St. Matthew's Episcopal Parish. 7:30 - Gorman. Adult Education ('lass, Lovett Memorial Library. S:00 -'Women of the Moose, Moose Home. THURSDAY 12.3(1 - Morning Duplicate 1 Bridge Clnh with Mrs. E .1. O'Bnent, ?23 X. Pomerville, Master Point Play 2:30 - Senior Citizens Center. Ijoven Memorial Library. 7:30 - Pampa Rebekah I»dge, IOOF Ha!!. 210 W. Brown. 7:30 Oil clc 1, Harrnh Methodist \VSCS. FVI!o\\.--hip Hall. S no • Kpsilon Sigma Alpha Soi on: v. fi :00 for Girls. FRIDAY Order of the Rainbow Masonic Halt. Miss GHrlyn May Davey, daugh- : ter of Mr', und Mrs. Paul Davey of panta Ana, Calif, and Byron Kirn Lilly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Lilly, former Pampa residents now living in Tustin, Calif, were united in marriage cm February 14 at 4:30 p.m. in Santa Ana Griffith Methodist C h u r c h 'with Rev. Kenneth J. Parray offi- rialing for the double-ring vows. Given in marriage by her father bride was gowned in a sheath of Chantilly iace with a. deta Chable peau de soie over-skirt. She wore R. shoulder-length Veil of puie silk Illusion secured to a halo of orange blossoms, and carried a bouquet of white roses arranged a.top h'-r u-hi!e nurses' Bible. The 100-year-old wedding- ring presented by the bridegroom belonged to his great-grandmother. Miss ("linger Lee Davey. bride's sister, served as mnid of honor wearing a red Faille ballerina- length dress fashioned with a JUNE WEDDING Sabrine neckline, fitted bodlc« and flared skirt with matching headpiece and matching shoes. She carried red rose-buds in a while nosegay. Merle Clever served i* brother as best man. The bridegroom's niece. M i s * Kerry Clever, was flower girl wearing red velveteen designed with fitted bodice and flared skirt topped with a white organdy pinafore. She carried red rose-buds. For her daughter's w e d d i n jr, Mrs. Lilly chose «. beige tweed suit with beige and brown accessories. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Davey wore a Tender Green silk suit with green afcessories. The mothers' corsages were fashioned from white Camelias. The bride was graduated from Santa Ana High School; attended Santa Ana College; and w n n graduated from California Hospital School of Technology. The bridegroom was graduated from Santa Ana HS and attended Colorado State College, where h« was affiliated with Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Prior to the ceremony, the wedding party was entertained with • Sinner m the Carnille Room of th« Thundeibnd Hotel in IAS Vegas, RUTH MILLET Let's hear no more about how easv things are for the modem hou.veu'ife. just herause she. has a fe^- electrical appliances to mnke .short work of what used to b« drudperv. Great-gisndma used to s p » n d hours over a scnih hoard, heat n^r nigs lev get them < lean and pr»- «erv« her own fruits snd Miss Barbara Anne Baker Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Baker of Denton announce the engagement and approaching mainage of their daughter, Barbara Anne to Joe Walton Tynes Jr., son of Mr and Mrs. J. W. T\nes Sr , 19)7 Hamilton The Bedding is planned for June 6 m tne First Presb) tenon Church, Demon. Miss Baker was graduated from North Texas State College, wheie she was a member of Chi Omega Sojonty. Mr, Tynes was graduated fiom NTSC and is now attending the University of Texas Dental School in Houston, where he is affiliated vsith Psi Omega, professional Dental fraternity. Rut though ther* wa» plenty of hack-breaking work for her to do, she didn't hme to break her n»rl< to stav young- looking- or wear herself out trying- to be a companion to her' husband. Great-grandpa didn't expect his wife and Ihe mother of his child. >-n :n lo/ik like a glamor girl. If her hair \va.i neatly combed and her apron clean, she looked all right to him. If she put on a little weight as .she grew older mid if her ii :» i r and skin showed the »gin^> effect of time that was all right, too. She could look and act com'ort- ably rnrddle-aged. But look at how much time ami energy a woman today spends on just trying to look young. Time at the beauty salon, time «t tht reducing salon, time shopping f o r just the right clothes, time spent on daily beamy routines . . . Not much was expected ol Greai-gia-ndmji, as a, companion, either. If she didn't have a sharp t/m- gut- 01 wasn't always ailing, Great. grandpa thought himself a lucky man. NQW a wife is expected to share al! ol her husband's interests »ml enthusiasms. U U« tikes to liunt, she has to learn how to thorn % | gun. If h« is withu«i*slic about :fi*hiuj. *h« j l= , to b« fathti*m»UO : about it, lop. It h» U&f* to dance, 'sh* ha« to learn to rhumb*. ' It'» '<**fe lo «y th* 1 * t wif* sfM?«df «,« much Uraie iherwMl youjjg; and being iooabi* te b e r fau#b*jji4 graacUn* *pein ov«r th# U., t>r,*4 board, §«* I

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