Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 14
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TUB PAMPA CAtLY NEWS 22, 1959 51st Year Pampa Garden Club Discusses Further Plans For Public Rose*Garden Project Gooofw/// Ptem Bowling Party MR. and MRS. JOHN EVANS Mrs. Brown Is Junior Regent Pampa Chapter No. 1163, Women of the Moose, met Wednesday evening in the Moose Home with Mrs. lia Arthur, senior regent, presiding. During the business meeting. Mrs. Ruby Lard, recorder, reported Mrs. India Moody had requested and received a transfer from the Borger Chapter to the Pampa Chapter No. 1162. Mrs. Bertie Brown was voted in as junior regent for the ensuing year. Sign of Courtesy was given to Miss Addie Fern Lick, as pianist In the absence of Mrs. Elsie Hall. Attending were Mmes. Arthur. Delia McGonigal. Ruby Lard, Brr- nice Garner, Bertie Brown, Helen Rittenhouse, Nadean Morse. Genelle Biakemore, Pauline S e i t 7. and Miss Lick. lAnniversaryTea Fetes The Evans' Mr. and Mrs. John Evans were honored with a surprise Anniversary Tea upon the occasion of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Hostesses for the lea, held in the honoree's home, 1721 Beech on Feb. 15, were Mmes. Mary !Craig, Bonnie Dial, Helen Ruth ;Mackie, Frieda Ross. Kay Veal, and Miss Mary McKamy. Mr. and Mrs. Evans were married on Feb. 10, 1934 by Dr. Kibe rt Heffner in the Central Pros- .byterian Church in Ft. Smith. ', Ark. Mr. Evans is B. M. Baker School principal; Mrs. Evans, a teacher at Woodrow Wilson school. ! During the afternoon approxi- jmately SO guests called to offer : Best Wishes. Baptist Women Are Hostesses For Missionary Meetings In Homes First Baptist Church Circles met this week in the following homes: MARY RUTH BRIDGES CIRCLE met with Mrs. Rupert Orr, 4<M N. Hill with opening prayer by Mrs. A, French. Business meet- Ins was conducted by Mrs. K. G. Albers Jr., chairman. "Our Baptist Dollars" for home, foreign missions, hospitals, and orphanages was given by Mrs. Bill Flint. Closing prayer was given by Mrs. O. V. Batson. Ten members wern present. Following the meeting n nurpri.se layette shower was given by Mrs. Billie Flint. "Baby In The Cabbage Patch" was read by Mrs. Wes Langhnm. LILY ROGERS CIRCLE m e t with Mrs. Donald Denham, 1M8 N. Starkweather with opening prayer offered by Mrs. Harold Craddork. Business session conducted by Mrs. G. E. Groninger. The program from the Royal Sen-ice magazine was presented by Mrs. Cal Applewhite. Closing prayer was given by Mrs. Denver Allen. Ten members were present. KATHLEEN WHITE CIRU^K met with Mrs. A. C. Troop. 92.1 Rham with Mrs. L. H. Greene offering opening prayer. Business was led by Mrs. Paul Turner, chairman. Bible etudy was led by Mrs. Owen Johnson. Closing prayer by Mrs. L. V. Hopp. Nine members were present. Mrs Owen Johnson was welcomed as a visitor. BETTY BOLIN CIRCLE m e \ With Mrs. S. E. Waters. 1414 Williston. Mrs. W. R. Morrison opened with prayer. Mrs. L. Z. Edwards led the business session. Mrs. Lester Ramsey Jed closing prayer. Eleven members w ere" present. Mrs. G. L. Wilson, 640 N. Sumner was hostess to the DORIS SMITH CIRCLE with opening prayer by Mrs. A A. Day Eiusi-: ness session led bv Mrs. O. V. !Bniley. Co-operative program from the Royiil Service mas'Hzine WHS led by Mrs. J. M. Hill. Closing •prayer was by Mrs. G. L. Wilson. Six members were present. Circle visitors were Mrs. .f. M. Kinsf and Mrs. Grace Martin. JAXIE SHORT CIRCLE met with Mrs. John Gikas, 1322 Mary Ellen with Mrs. J. L. McDonald leading the opening prayer. Mrs. R. E. Arey, chairman, led the business session. Bible study WHS taught by Mrs. R. L. Edmonson. Closing prayer was offered by Mrs. Kay Miller. Mrs. R L. Edmonson and Mrs. R. L. McDonald were welcomed as visitors. Six members were present. SYPERT CIRCLE met w i t h Mrs. Floyd Ycager. 1225 Charles. Opening prayer was by Mrs. Bill Marsh. Mission book study was completed by Mrs. Robert Hogan. Seven members wore present. Mrs. Paul Crossman, IfJOl N. Russell, WHS hostess to the GK- NF.V'IA WILSON CIRCLE with opening prayer by Mrs. O. A. Davis. Business was conducted by Mrs. Karl Tnrbet. chairman. Mission hook study was led by Mrs Glen Day. Closing prayer was of- feted by Mrs. Maud Shulkey. Eleven members were present. Rebekah Lodge 355 Convenes In Hall Pampa Rehckah Lodge No. 355 met in the IOOF Hall on Thursday with Mrs. Ona Gray, president, presiding, assisted by Mrs Ronnie Wharton. vice grand. Members reported ill were Mildred King/ham, Mrs. Pat Darhy in Worley, Hazel Franklin, Opal Clay and Maybelle Campbell. Following adjournment, team practice was held. Nineteen members were present. Read The News Classified Ads. I Pampa Garden Club met Monday morning at 9:30 In the home, of Mrs. Waldon Moor* with Mrs. H. H, Stull as co-hostess. Club Collect, led by Mrs. Tom Pi-Ice, opened the meeting. A get-acquainted game was directed by Mrs. W. R. Campbell, hospitality chairman. Mrs. Bill Harvis WBS introduced as a new member. Mrs. Moore, corresponding secretary, rend correspondence from rose companies stating that roses will be contributed yearly, when the rose garden Is established and well-cared for. Mrs. Rlull. membership committee member, announced that Mrs. Bob Miller has been voted in as a new member. Mrs. James McCune, Parks Projects chairman, stated that the local Montgomery Ward Store had contributed t5 rose bushes, which have been planted in the rose gar den north of Stephen F. Austin school. Discussion followed con cerning a money-making project t< raise money to buy more r o s e- bushes, but It was agreed thai each member give $Z toward purchasing roses. This committee was •to meet Friday morning at 9:30 In the home of the president, Mrs. Attractiveness Is State, Not Age I By ALICIA HART i NEA Beauty Editor A lovely actress named Cornelia Otis Skinner, who is currently appearing in a Broadway play, proves the truth of the idea that there is an ideal of beauty to be achieved no matter what a woman's age. Miss Skinner Is not an ingenue but she is a beautiful woman. In her current play, she wears clothes entirely suited to her age and therefore most becoming. Her evening dresses have cover- up for shoulders and arms, her suits fit perfectly. Her legs and feet are enhanced by sneer nylons ; worn with neat and perfectly plain leather or satin pumps. Her clothes tend toward simplicity. They are chic because they rely on handsome fabrics nnd expert cut. That Miss Skinner was endowed with good looks to begin with is obvious. But it's also obvious that she's not trying to appear kittenishly young. She's n most attractive woman at an flge which is her own secret. The old-fashioned notion that a lady uses nothing hut white linen handkerchiefs is, of course, silly. A good many ladies these days arc using pastel cleansing tissues. They've discovered that this is an excellent way to prevent cold germs from spreading. But there's no doubt that linen handkerchiefs arc nice to own and add a certain touch to a costume in the same sense as solid gold jewelry, fine suede gloves or a luxurious pure silk scarf. They do this, however, ONLY if they am unmaciilfitp. Nothing brands a woman as slovenly faster than a crumpled, used, grubby handkerchief. The handkerchief you take from your handbag should he crisp, clean and dainty. If you can't manage this, the pastel cleansing tissues are a wise substitute. About the only way a woman can maintain a reputation for bo- ing well-groomed is through constant attention to her clothes. And since fe%v of us have maids these days, we must be prepared to do our own minor sewing and mending. Collect'all of the thread, needles, sciasors, buttons, pins and thimbles that you will need and keep ihem in a amall box in one of your closets. Each time that you see a hem that needs attention, a ripped seam or a drooping button, you can make the repair on the spot. This saves those long evening mending sessions that none of us particularly enjoys. fhelma. Bray, for further planning. Mrs. V. N. Osborne announced that an organizational meeting of the African Violet Society will be held in her home on Monday afternoon. For the program, Mrs. J1 m Cormitt read and discussed a paper prepared by Mrs. L o y s c Caldwellon "Propagation." Coffee and doughnuts were served to the following members, ;Mmes. H, H, Boynton, Stanley i Brandt, Thelma Bray, T. M. 'Brooks. D. A. Caldwell, W. R. i Campbell, Fred Cary, J. T. Cor'•milt, Albert Doucette, Joe Gates, Mrs. Boyd Mftul.«, president, presided At the Tuesday nvomnf mealing of th« Goodwill tt o m « Demonstration Ctub m the home lot Mrs. Jam** Smithef* and an) nounced that members are to work i Tuesday, Mar. .1 at the Fat Stock i show. Plans were discussed for the ! Bowling Party to he held F*b. JS [at 9:30. ] Members brought quilt blocks. ; which they had just completed and 'Henry Griiben, Lee Hurrah, Frsd Hart, Bill Jflrvls, C. C. MalhSny, Cordie McBride, James McCune, iW. E. Melton, A. J. Mitchell, Wal^don Moore. Lee Moore, V. N. OS- born, Floyd Pennlngton, C. P. ipwsley, Tom Price, W. M. Pur• viance, Bert Robinson, Joe Shel- jton, H. H. Stull and Joe Weaver. voted 16 maftl bldcki fdf tftdthe* (JXlllt. Duftnf th« ficrsatidn pirtdd, rfi- reeled by Mr». hay iPraii«f, Mrs. inland Diamond wM twtfdM th« prize. Mrs. aeorg* M, Perktnl ftftd Mrs. Roy Ffazier presented the food demonstration on "Oven i Meals." During the demonstration, a complete meal of Oven • Fried Chicken, Savory onion, asparagus supreme, sweet potatoes, and Strawberry Fluff was prepared and served. Members present w«re Mmes. A. P. Ooombes, Boyd Mftule, Ray Frailer Lelflnd Diamond, George M. Perkins and Ed Juenger. Quests were Mmes. H, D, Hightower, D. 2. Nenstell, Don W. Me- iGlnnls and Gene Pitman. Violef Society Is Newly-Organized Africaft Violet Society ofgftnlJied in the home of Mrs. V. N. Oaborne on Monday aftemooft with thi following officers elected at the organizational meeting, tome*. Osborne, president; H. M. Stul), vice president; Lee Moore, secretary-treasurer; P. V. Ro\ve, membership; Joe Shel ton, program; R. F. Dirksen, 11- bflrlah-historian; C. C. Mathony j publicity. j It is planned that the Society jwill meet the second Tuesday of ?each month at 7:30 p.m. [ Mrs. Osboitie Stated that the 1 first three meetings would be open I to those wishing to become char- jter members of the Pampa Afil- It was anhoxinced that th« meeting will be held Mat 10 with Mrs. fc. F. filrkSefi,, l86f Ifafy SI- Jen. ' •••••: •-•• •;.-,. Others fttlending the first meet- ling were Mmes. ttotty Gra'y,' Lee ittarrah, and fhelnm Bray. 5 Many housewives, by cooing" t jgood laundering jofy hitve been' feeding, Instead of starving, SiV J verfish. Don't starch linens to B^ .stored. 'Hie starch 'lures silver- I fish to a hearty meal in your liri- ien closet. '" Vow tnsiiratice Neerf* ' ' Buzzard Agency 1812 N. * • Fire • Casually foAKK BtJittAtlfl - MO 5-4391 See Our EASTER PRETTIES for BOYS BABIES GIRLS SUB TIEN GIRLS and EXPECTANT MOTHERS FORD'S YOUTH STORE Cviyltf DUFFY'S GONE TO MARKET ( HERESOGOES ) OIL PISTOLE Gil takes care of men's suits, slacks, and dress hats. See him for: Men's Dress Fonts Irregulars. Sizes 29.40. A very good buy. 3.44 AND Men's Suits —ONLV B—• Values to 30.715 15.00 Matties' the gal to see in our Ladies Ready To Wear. LADIES SLIM JIMS 2.66 DRIP DRY COTTON DRESSES 5.00 IIATT1K IILNDMAX Bill's here for the working man. See him for O'alls, coveralls, Khakis 1 & Sport Shirts. MEN'S WASH N' WEAR Ivy League Flap Hack's 3.57 pr. 2 for 7.00 i MEN'S BLUE OR GRAY CHAMBRAY SHIRTS Sizes 14-17 I .UU Billye's Lingerie Dept. is loaded with specials. Ask to see them. SUMMER BAGS Many Different Stylos unrt Colon 1.00 & tax BILL LYLES Colored and White SO yard Spred CAN-CAN SLIPS 2.00 BILLYE KKNTON We've Wanted To Do This For A Long Time! Kay has an excellent line of shoes "for the entire family. GIRLS * LADIKS CASUAL SHOES 2.66. 2 for 5.00 LADIES PIXIES S-M-L 1.79 KAY VANDAUKIF Like to Sew? Ask for Etoy. She'll show you some real good bargains. SPRING COTTONS 3 yds. 1.00 DAN' IUVEK COTTONS 2 yds. 1.00 Hope We Don't Get Fired! RTOY MITCH KL.I* You'll find Lillie in our Baby Dept. waiting to show our baby specials. BABY'S RECEIVING BLANKETS 3 for 1,00 BABY'S KNIT SLEEPERS Flattie Feet 1.00 In our home furnishing Dept, you'll find Maudine selling such specials as: SHEET BLANKETS WIUTK OR COLORED 1.00 VALANCE & TIER S PIKC'E CURTAIN DACRO? ' 'tS 88c r MAI'IHNK KKKKTTS Woit Till You See These SpecieU—WOW! r Maye is our alteration lady. She'll cuff your pants or hem . your dress. MiN'S SPORT SHIRTS Long or Short W-'-vps, S-H-L 2.00 IOYS' SPORT SHIRTS i.o^fi .«i »•: §•:'•": 2 for 3.00 Theda is our efficient cashier & bookkeeper. LADIES HOSE 2 for 88c STRETCH ANKLETS 3 for 1.00 »OV M> UIUI.S This Works We May Get A Raise!

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