Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 23, 1959 · Page 2
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Pampa, Texas
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Monday, February 23, 1959
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'•Boris & Wilson D«ly N*ws Woman's Editor Mrs. Warren Hasse Named President Of Twentieth Century Cube Club twenmth Century Culture Club m«t Tuesday afternoon In the home of Mfi, J. W. Edmtnster, S128 Asp*n, at three, o'clock with Mrs. E. E. Shelhamer AS co-host- is*. 'Ian Spring Cleaning Rout nes Now For Jrioht And Shining Bouse By Easter By KAY S NEA Staff Writer The fnurky pall of mingled smoke, soot, and damp-gray skies over the late winter landscape is apt to be reflected Indoors, loo. Furnishings begin to look grayer and, perhaps, even dingy. In spite at determined effort, dust sifts over upholstery, carpets, drapes, *nd lampshades. 'With heating plants going full Dudley Steele, new officers f o r tha coming year were elected, MffiM Warren Hasse. president; «U during the cold weather, sooty Vernon Hobbs, vice prwldmt; R.|»mudg« streak the walls. E Dobbin, secretary: Jack Mer-l The homemaker looking ahead to spring, is beginning to chart her cleaning schedule to have chant, treasurer; Dudley Steele, During A business meeting con-jparliamentarian; Ronald Merrill, ducted by the president, M f s. Stork Party Fetes Mrs. Dennie Ray reporter; Ruffe Jordan, council the house fresh snd shining by representative Mrs. Hasse introduced M r s. Hobbs. who presented the program i for the afternoon on "The Painter j 'and The World We Never See." j In introductory remarks, Mrs. j Hasse said, "Abstract painting is j store Mr*. Donnta Ray was honored*probably the most puzaling and|' to , with H stork shower recently in j frequently infuriating kind of mod-; lra| Easter. Major weapons in the campaign will be the vacuum cleaner, de- tergents-and-watcr, and specialized cleaners. Upholstered furniture, for ex- may need cleaning lo re- le brightness of color or jto lift a gray veil from pale, neu- Hftme sh ooinR of sofaa an(1 bg & lr - operation th« hom« of Mrs. James Gray. |ern art. Why? Perhaps, because A corsage arranged with two we are often unable to identify the ^^ ^ ^ & ^ „„.,,,„„„. v«llow nibber boxing-gloves tied lines, angles, shapes and colors °'> Fab) , if , s b(J welU(J too thorv --'abstract art with anything we, h d - WMd , f fad , ftn know and recognize. An abstract im , rm . TQO fl rove) , fabr , p mfly painting may seem meaningless •vlth yellow ls.c« ribbon was pre- abstract art with anything rented to th« honoree. Th« *«rvlng table was . entered with a yellow and first glance, but It is not. white umbrella trimmed with rib-| "On advantage of becoming ac- bon, lacs and tiny Jonquils, hold- quainted with abstract painting and trying to understand its theo- Ing the hostess gift* to the honoree and flanked by double, crystal holders burning yellow and white i point of fully enjoying it or not, tapers. is that non-abstract painting mayj Sheet 'occur. i be colorfast but the padding might not be. It then could bleed through. A new, concentrated upholstery .Squeeze bottle with applicator top Is u«ed to apply upholstery shampoo. Homemaker jnlxx«s solution with w»ler before using. Social Calendar MoNlSAlr Paffipft Motftl. ' , ? , . t;So -Spanish. t,.v Adult Bduca- Meffi6«0i ; vU» Glass, braty. f ;36 — PAtrifte, Duplicate Bticlgfc dab, St. Matthews Episcopal Parish House. f:SO — Kappa Rappa. lota Sorority, City Club Room. S :00 —' Exemplar Chapter, Beta Sigma. Phi Sorority, with Mmes. Jack White, Thelma Bray, Virginia. Vaughn as hostesses. TUESDAY 9:30 — Chapter CS, PEO, with Mrs. F. E. tmel, ItOl Charles. 1:00 — El Progresso Club, Luncheori in Pampa Senior High School. 2 ;3o ~ Varlelas Study Club with Mrs. H. H. Bratcher, 1328 N. Russell. "Fine Arts." S:30 — Twentieth Century Club with Mrs. H. R. Thompson, 3235 Charles. "The Miracle of ^ r e e- dom." 2:30 — Twentieth Century Forum Club with Mrs. John McCrery, 1311 Christine. 2:30 — Civic Culture Club with Cooperative Program Dollar Topic For Central BapHsf Women's Missionary / M Circles of the Central Baptist WMS met in homes for the monthly periodical programs. Mrs. Harold McCleefy was hostess to the Geef circle with the prayer calendar redd by Mr*. Don Turner and prayer dffered by five member* for each name on the list. Mrs. Jack Cullison conducted ft short business meeting and presented the pt-ogfam. MM. Turner gave a stewardship devotional. Thers were eleven members present. The Chen circle met in the home of Mrs. Nolan Cola with the prayer calendar read and prayed offered by member* for the mis- sionfarles ort the list. Mrs. Everett Sheriff closed with prayer. Mrs. Fred Clark gave a devotional on stewardship. Mrs. Gomer visited the circle. After the program, Mrs. Nolan Cole closed the meeting with pra'y- er. There were twelve present. The Prock circle met in the home of Mrs. C. G. Miller With the prayer calendar read by Mrs. Jim Conner. Mrs. Stanley Stein con . , „ i ries, whether we ever get to the! thig J roblem under conlrol , wilh while damp when so used. ' - aners caX« inscribed "Baby Ray" wa* placed on one end of th« table with punch and coffee service on the opposite end, mean more to us as a result," s*aid ! Mrs. Hobbs. 'the sponge-brush head. Mrs. Hobba examined somelthe cleaning, and this a modern abstractions and alsojc.urs on the surface of the fabric.! [lite foam evenly, automatically. applicator which is said' Consider: home cleansers can't| This prevents water from seep-! applicator when is saici ^ ecte<J ^ accomplisn m |ra-ing through the fibers. One , .xi.ea.nB woiuM*. fabrics are heavilv soot- newest applicators comes in squeezed through ; rl " " IaDll(S aie nenvuv the i fonm is Mrs. Willis White, 1008 Twiford. ducted a bugin esa meeting and 3:00 - Twentieth Century Cul-: pr<!Sented the program. A crosa ttire Club with Mrs. W, L. Hasse, j wor( , pUM , e wag glven out on Alaska and each member #as asked to work it.. The circle remembered their shut - In Mrs. H. B. Knapp by sending her a valentine. Mrs. Miller closed the meeting. Eight members were present. The Russell circle met in the 8:00 - Rho Eta Chapter, Betaif, onne of Mrs. M. O. Burns with prayer calender read by Mrs. 1704 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 Eduna- It doe. -- Troop 77 Has Favor* w«r« tiny yellow umbrel-j compare( j gome of them with! When It dries, foam !a« filled with yellow and white minU. is vacu.i l ' flssfull y i instances. paintings by Old Masters. Two ar- timed or brushed off. lists and their works she discuss-; In our unofficial tests with H.i Better Silver, crystal and yellow nap-! ec) were the 17th Century Master, the foam did a good job of lifting]poos Bell Choir Plays For Senior Center Vermeer and the, leader of mod- .off surface soil with a minimum of jing easie.i ann mo.c CI.^L v c . several tirnes lo m >\\ up as Baptist, with Mrs. ern art. Pablo Picasso. .fuss, bother and equipment. It's Oyer-weUing can be a P''° b ' em | mucn '^^ soll as po , sMe . \ ]8 ig N. Sumner. r\....!__ l-u. «AntAl V.mi.. ..A^i-aati. ^nl«n rmf*rl tf\tt 1 A a t h A r f\ t. v{n\rl ltn.',\t'1in ('flfnPt r.lARnmB'. IOO. cinCl new! . . ....:« **. , f_ nt. During the social hour, refresh-i also good for leather or vinyl up- with carpet cleaning, too, Wna completed the table appoint- jVermee-r and the, leader of mod-!off surface soil with a minimum of jing easier and more m«nt». Guests were Mmes. Warren J. Veal, Max Prwmell, Vendell Mat- hsw*. Delbert Daniels, W. O. Ray, R, 0. Johnson, Jack Mitchell, Earl Tarb«t, Jim Johnson, O. C. Cox Jr.. Don Hickman, R. B. ShulU, Claud* Taylor and E. E. ShulU, Several guests sent gifts but w«t'f unable to attend. effective. es anc! ments were served to Mmes. Jeff Bearden, Ross Buzzard, .1. L. Chase, R. E. Dobbin, J. W. Ed- ; minster, Phillip Gates, L. H. Hart, : W. L. Hasne, V. L. Hobbs, Rufe Jordan, J. D. Merchant, Ronald Merrill, Doyle Osborne, E. E, Shelhamer, N. D. Steele, Michael Wilson and L. J. Zachry. RUTiTMIUETT Home Isn't a place the average i DEAR ABBY husband wants to get away from .parents don t DEAR ABBY.., By Abigail Von Bur«n I am 13 and my;cepted? want me to go; Dr. Carl Lang LVN Speaker THE LVN (Licensed Vocational Nurses) Club met Thursday evening in Highland General Hospital dining room. ; Guest speaker was Dr. Car! Lang, who spoke to the group on thyroid glands; It* disease«, functions and correctness of same, During the busine»« meeting conducted by Mrs. Alice Gordon, the following committee o h a 1 r- men were appointed for the coming year, Miss Grace NeCase. _ ways and means; Mildred Jones rections for unfmiM products I BaptTat, wilh Mrs. Margie Grouse, [Nancy Liller road a prayer, whichjand Essie Epps, social; Neda before you use them is to save 11324 Willtston. jwas repeated by the. children, andjHutchins. nominating; John Hair, yourself'grief. ' 9:30 W— Kathryn White Circle, j told a story. (reporter. Not all fabrics can b« sham- ! First Baptist, with Mrs. Paul Turn- i Scouts presented $2. taken from Phi Sorority, with M r s. i and have been ty color, and has a sponge roller-l—" F1 ™J°l n 7r' 1 ' periods. Even! brush head on a tank into which WEDNESDAY may not sue-!the solution is poured: a dial Lv 9:30 - Doris Smith Circle, First \ stains in such set to control flow of foam. 'Baptist, in the Church. Thorough vacuuming before and, 9:30 — Genevia Wilson Circle,! fm- r,nr .hum "Her shampooing- a rug Is ijn-l First Baptist, with Mrs. Earl Tarter .PPHC.UU.-.. for ug »£•"•• £ * „ f « ow strok .| be t, 312* N. Sumner. ' | Orll Scout Troop 77 with promise to make nig _(lean- ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ fn?-th ^^ an! ft;3n __ gvnert Cirde| F i r s Hleaders, Mrs, Mary Conner ^ 9:30 — Sypert Circle, their and George Mitten, (Mrs. Jackie Liller, entertained iwith a Valentine Parly on Satur- you'Te noT'trylng toj " 9:30 — Jaxie Short Circle, First;day for 28 youngsters in the Color- vacuum with a full dust bag — put Baptist, with Mrs. A. C. Howard, led Day Nursery. in an empty bag before you start. 601 Short. For entertainment, the scouts One good' reason to read the dl-' 9:30 — Betty Bolin Circle, Firptjsangr several action songs. Miss ChArley f»f«»f<!e1tf Kenneth Ofay gave ft port! the mission book "Way! ( nessing". Mrs. F. M, B circle visitor, was honored handkerchief shower. Nint bers were present with Mr rell dismissing with prayer Mrs. Albert Taylor was to the Lunsford circle with A. P. Holligan reading thi calendar and Mr». J. r* fering the opening prayef. stewardship dsvitional was by Mrs. Webb. Mr*. frank Silleatt the prdgram. .Mr». Dewey ford gave a talk on Richard Lunsford h«r son and hi* wVJfk in Alaska- Mrs. Myrtle fcnlow joined th* circle as a new member. There were sixteen present with Mrs. Sam §atteas closing the meeting. Mrs. Sa,m Hanks was hostess to the Watson circle with the Prayer calendar read by Mrs. H. G. Lawrence and Mrs. T. O. Upshaw offering the opening prayer. Mrs. Floyd Simpson U a new member of the circle. Mrs. Hanks presented the program, Mrs. Billy Joe Chance conducted a business meeting. Mrs. Ralph Prock closed j the meeting in prayer. Ther« were j eight members present. L i t pooed, for example, and a cau-!er, 125 N. Faulkner. i their dues, towards the purchase Refreshments of cookies 'and coffee were nerved. tion to test an inconspicuous spot! 9:30 -- Mary Ruth Bridges of a rug for the nursery floor. for color • fastness Is not to be!Circle, First Baptist, In the; Refreshments were served, fol overlooked. ! Church. i lowed .by visiting and pray pe Neda Hudglns, Stella Bishop Seafnon Guild, < Hod. Attending were Mian NeCase, Alice Gordon, Mrs. Jewell Wallace, Propeck, The Bell Choir of the First; hanc . he la . It>8 a place steady. I think it is because hey "•£« '" -™ Methodist Church, under the direc-J ne /„ to be , ur / d aw . from . don't understand what "g o in g ; nothing .mpiopet tion of Tom Atkin. church music j Tnat , s some thing the'wives who! steady" really means. They think, lives wno aie m director, presented the program j complain their husbands don't i.lust because a boy gives a girl a |tion s to for Senior Citizens on Thursday] wanl kind ot social Hfe OU frht I ring. It is the same thing an get-1 and weddings, afternoon In Lovett Memorial Li-j lo r9member . It - B e a«y for a worn-!ting engaged. It's really only hav-j brary. Hostesses were members of j t f et lhal fact beca use ing a special boyfriend or * lr h ,. , the Women's Society of Christian | h( J me , g * , ftce a , ot ' of women friend instead of changing around, married couple with a two y •« a Service of the tfs-of v/othruHiat • i . . . ........ ... u;uat' a u»v\my with bavins' on e old son and we wani 10 nuj Once rugs are cleaned try to| 10:00 protect them from excessive spot-1 St. Matthew's Episcopal Parish. | Hostess-Scouts were Misses Mat TN MOURNING ! tln P- A satisfactory solution in | 7:30 — German, Adult Educa- i tie Kay Arafil. Patricia Lam-J "l see' OU1 ' nollse is the Ufle - during bad i tion Class, Lovett Memorial Li-, bright; Winifred Reames, Weather, of small cotton rugs aObrary. [Conner. Linda Henning, Essie Eppa, Lottie Rockwell. Linda; . ; entry ways to catch the snow and 8:0 0 Moose Home. DEAR ABBY: We are a young Members of the Be,, Choir WANTING TO GO STEADY : washable rugs come in many color* and neutral shades, to team up with living room carpets. Morning Duplicate High Winners 12 :30 Bridge -Women of the Moose, j Simpson, Becky Selman, Nancy; i Liller, Jauannah McDowell, Twillo. i Pniess. Unable to attend were j THURSDAY i Scouts Janet Pruitt and Linda — Morning Duplicate p eacoc ]{. I Club with Mrs. E. J.! ——-— : anxious to get WAWTmU IU UU "'""" l i d ;7,\;av'for usV live" We don't Morning Duplicate Bridge Club tlcipatin £ .in^th?.:p.i^gram_w e r e |. ftway from home,-nhe'li. settle forl DBA R WANTING: "G « ' " K; want to'make a mistake. Maybe met at 10 a.m. Thursday in St. Sami o Sue-Cook, sus.e Plliman, | jl|st >boilt anylhng „ a second- . steadv " tor promising to belong. flomft of Vf)(1| . readera ao uld give Matthews Episcopal ParUh Hall Nora Ruth Welli, sue wiena,^ai-, ,. ate mov | e| a gerond-rate dinner,! to one p er . SO ni at age 13 (when i|s the be ' neM of t h e | r experience'.' with four tables playing the How- elyn Richardson, Price Dossier ;an eveninK wit h a boring couple, one .. s judgment is not mature ' .. ,, el ., a inlv appreciate it ell Movement. HI, Susan Watson, Ran Oler, Anna- a dull | ec t ure , O r whatever hap- eno u"h for an Intelligent choice) in > *r Joe Watson and Tom Thompnon. pe tw to come along. foolish and dangerous. The During th« afternoon, table But a man retU rning home after .. slea ri y " ,. H n b« come a habit, jamen w«re played. Mrs. Ethel a dav awav j s rarely In that frame T OO m ' U ch familiarity braeds iron- Willis and r* ' "--- — '" ' ner» of th* Refreshment* 01 nomemaae| on jy cookies and ice rream, carrying; ler _ O'Brient, 823 N. Somerville, Mas- j dist WSCR F P | !oW ship Hall. I tar Point Play. - g 00 __ ^psilon Sigma Alpha | 2:30 -- Senior Citizens Center, g o ,. or jty Hx)vett Memorial Library. | ! 7,:30 ..... Tampa Rebekati Lo<lge,j FRIDAY " Hall, • glO W. Brown.' ! «:00 — Order of the Rainbow 7:30 — Cir.-lf 1, Harrah Metho-lfor Girls, Masonic Hall. CRACKERS 25c FITEFOOD ; 1338 X. Hobart MO 4.4WW Sunshine 1-Lb. Box ! L. S. DKAR L. S.: I have no personal out the Washington'* Birthday mo-, So tne wi [ P wno wan t« lo go out to he tit, were ierv«d with coffee. ijn the evening ought nnt ffirl Tallying wilh high mtnrc.s were Mmes. I»rene McNaughton, Nan Brown, first; tying for second were Mmes. Hugh Hamilton and D. A. Finkelsteln Mmes. P. V. Rowe and W. B. Murphy; third, not ask a dealer io"'ta'k7you out j«">«- Knox Kinard and J. L. and let you meat a few families N "" ce - , ,_ DEAR ABBY: This Is for any hf) ar ' DrcsenUv || vinff j n one? Tne ( ' lllh Wlshes ln »» nolln < :e rl who thlnkg she ahould marry: ' that next Thursday will he Master v. IM.JOVI. ..i... *-.".v. a aav awav is rareiy in inai nnmp 'p oo ml |ch ramiliarity oraena inni- \ - .. N. A. Cobb wart wln-; of mlnd Home look , ?oofi to him b , p irs ,„ healthier (and more expenenre regarding house tra- door prize*, | and he -ji b , tempted to leave it, fun) to plav the field and make el ' s . btlt ' nave seen 30rne fA. ent* of hom«made| , y lf aomelnln , se lookJI bet.' Pom . r u ona ; ful "• fl ! l(>r ( '? ur ! ( ' 0 . mn l"," .":... Z Miss Moore New Worthy Advisor IKJBLLYTOWN (Spl) — Mlssj Moore, daughter of Mr. and! surprised or hurt if her husband thft (ather Qf hf .,. bab ,„ ^ ve it a CONFIDENTIAL TO JIM- Be- Point Pla - v anci wl " he S :in al 13;3 ° is reluctant to leave h« easy char.' _ j , imj m one of those fam . , , 7.' n ,, _ . TTRT . . In the home nt Mrs. E. J. O'Brient, Instead, she should regard hi»! Ujes for th , rt vearS| My fath er ware of IN COM PA t l » i Li- 823 N Some rvillB. willingness to stay put a* a chal-; had to man . y ' my moln( , r , he.ViTY. When you lose your IN- MH*n«MMiiMMBMOT«M lenge to try and find »nmething| rieis p| gpd eao h'other every minute 'COME your wife will lose hen interesting enough to do HO that he of lhose yea[ , s My fam ( ly never ; PAT . IB n. J7 y will want lo do it. ;did anylh { ng . together. No church, I ,..„, 8he m *V have lo » ct ' al(:h ott (lull ,no recreation, no nothing. At the i thei^ e "l^^ d: _ s ^.Tr^ e| • emat i n 5 i P'•e 3 e^t time my brother is in a! .„- this paper. En- mo^ to' mental instuli ° n beca ^" e » U Clld ':clo«e a self - addressed, stamped lw »Y.... .-. A B—» muMc »> n ood was so warped. My sister; ivtown AMembly of Rainbow for -'"-along before guggesting that; marrled th , first man wh ' 0 ftBUe d \ -^ ' " ??-*--•-.- | M MUUon he ta ^ h r r . to ._ lhe , lhe f ter :_.. S .. h : her ,ju.t to get out of the house. SeTw^dVor^o^l^ -tertaining one, er officers of the White Deer-Skel ! n * ve For a personal reply, write to M AT THfr- f* PYJE5 ln in an Hit ui/wa^. i r . . —. I -,beauty and Shopping, IV I OUT drunken bum. ..... . .. j !,.•»„*. may have to search out concerts recently before family and ft lenda > t h a t he „ ancl R Her officer* are Margaret i . , ne was as aim » . Oran« worthy •••oc-Ut* advisor; : arouse * 0|1lt ' ^^ of lnlarMt . ln Now, would any woman wlih that Highlight Birthday _ , LH r t j^llHI* nuvbtinu iH.st6H(t Of GXP***'' l^K i/ir-^t n.f \'\tu r\n HP r ttnhfirn rhil(! '* Y— tt H fa t*\f(a fhfl HI 1 V * 1^ 1 H u H T---.I T ( ,, Klliu t*J II IK On Ilrl il(i t.nii it i in n* . Joan Jarvis, "•"V- ^ '^ , h | ni to go along_ ju-t l.ecaime "ev- No ,. eply nBC< , ssar y. HKKLM'TOWN iHpl. On the ' , erybody U goinx." But that .. A V'KTTIM" oci-asion of her daughter Melvu'* too difficult, Ami it fourteenth birthday, Mrs. KloyO. a rewarding premium to the pffAR ABBY: I lost my dear Pataon Itxjk n group of girl.-* to wife who makes the effort, .mother eight month* ago and ev- Amarillo (or the for Chopping, and : It will make her own evening* eryone j n ',ny family know* I am 8 t"iu of the three television stu- out more than an escape from | n " mournm*' Mv relative*; kei-p di»*- They haii luiu'li in the Silver •-•-•-- •- - "' ' ' -jriH anil Immburger* at a itriv in before returning home. a* installation officer* '" B uuv '"' wedding . advi*or. Doyla Black; "~ ~~~ know perfectly well 1 am in 18" lanet Wedge; chap- MfS. HeQtOn HoSteSS mourning and will not attend any l»in Pat Marx; Musician, Tommie T k A • r~ LL " f lnese affail »- Vet lrtfl - v » end me Kay Kelley, and Mr*. Frank He- ' O /V\Orning COttee invitations because they want me Witt, a« recorder. SKELLYTOWN iSplj On the 'o »«nd a gift, but I will not do an Mr*. Hewitt l» worthy matron of C. Healon entertained with a Cof- at this llme - Do - V011 lhink u ls th» Order of Eastern Star. fee in her home recently. Party pr«P*r for people to »en<J invita- Payne, hope; Donna Moore, drill leader; Nehia Bahr, chaplain; Cherry Baker. •™"™ n l confidential 'obaervor; D o y 1 a " IBIS Black, recorder; Mary Lois Smith. Jove; Rosalia McAllister, Barlene Black, immorality; Esrlem Black immo elty t n mo-i-nng. v reaves ee Wsd« sfrvte. Ttommle Kay K.I- bor » d( " n al hom «' U wi " m » ke Mghl on sending' me Invitation, for O 1.! will b. mu 8 i«'ian lhem • ve " in Jf" 'hat are worth go- ,. on f lrm a, loiw . graduation., a n <l I" 1 'S.Sy ?» inatalUtion officers «"* «"» *»• waning, when, they d.m-a. They ---------- ' ......... --- " OPKN h45 NOW^-WKD. AOTIOV I'ACKBI) Kl.'ltV TIIK I.IKKS OK WHICH THK HCUKKN SKI.DO.M SKKS!. , . . ONEOFMGREA10NES! KfvV and Melva '(lie Mmes. Prank Hewitt, J. C. Jar- games were played. Hot cinnamon vis, lx>rena Travi., Doc Meeker, 1 buns were served with coffee. R. J5. McAllister and Mr. snd Mrs. Attending were Mmer Bill Tni- Joe Wheeler were insialled on the lit, Jr., W. H. McBee, Walter advisoi-y board. Mrs. J. L,. Burba; Reed, George Porter, Velora Mc'- 1s the mother advisor. |Gee, Cecil Shipley, Harry Muns, Following the introduction of her ; Bill Truilt Sr.. R. E. McAllister, mother and father, Miss Moore ' L. K. Karlin, Buck Durning, Wai-. a$ked each officer to introduce ! ter Casey and R. T. Davis. their guests. Miss Moore present- j ------------- ...... ------------ •— e4 the p*st worthy i4 vigor pin to] Mother or D»d often rwwj a Doyla Hack awl Miss Biack pre- h»n<|y measuring rod for mate- sent«d the new wotthy advisor a rials. This is easy to acquire if gavel, the syrnBpl of b*r office. ! there is a work t*ble in tfae house, J. C. J»wl» gave the benediction, i Resurface the table and mark off Following the installation, rain-! inches «n the wood so they are decorated cake and pun c h] readable when a finishing coat 1» »erv«4 la the dining room Unow wi " not •*• a< '~ For Plumbing Strvict For Hiotin^ Serviei for Air Conditioning S«rvic» For Slug Mirol Work 6ntrtitff4 Work tad 24 tar Strvjc* HINKLE, Inc. ttl V. Soft Water is a "MUST" for DISH WASHERS THIS THEATRE: is PROUD TO HAVE BEEN SELECTED AS ONE OF 400 THEATRgS IN THE EXCITING GREAT PLAINS PREMIERE! America'* Ejrli«H Showing VOW — TURK l!« TWO Afo(orcye|» 0»nf Vl- T»wi»|» Pilots t WHKNHKLL BROKL LOOSE VAKHUHf If lh« OUToom* depends on INooma, . put p«rl of «v«ry payoh«ck •I »«ourily !••€«• rail Jf your inpome is set, YOU must set aside part pip it for savings! It's the only way you cgu meet emergencies,,, face situation* culling for cash- iltm your money niakei more money for you, twice u year ... is insured safe, readily available. Whatever comes, you can count on savings f Open or add to your account tomorrow, SiCURITY FiOiRAL IAVINOI *IOAN ftoti*i newt I.OA V,t}l rl/kNC>i AND GHAT

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