Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 25, 1972 · Page 9
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 9

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 25, 1972
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To Be Married Betrothal Announced _ Club Honors Mrs. Eiledge PAMPA. TEXAS PAMPA DAILY N6WS 1 B6lh YEAR Sunday. .June 25. 1972 Mr. and Mrs. W.D. McKendree, 612 Lefors, announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen Lea. to David W. Geyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Denver D. Geyer, 1033 Terry Road. Vows will be exchanged Aug. 11, in the First United Methodist Church, Pampa. The bride-elect, a 1970 graduate of Pampa High School, attended West Texas State University, Canyon. She is employed at Citizen's Bank and Trust Company. She is a member of Phi Epsilon Beta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. The prospective bridegroom, a 1969 graduate of Pampa High School, is a senior student at WTSU, majoring in industrial education. He is employed at a Sav-A-Stop in Amarillo. Toilet Training-Takes Patience Mrs. Margarette Cox of Amarillo announces the engagement of her daughter, Judith Ann, to Richard Earl McClendon of Clarendon, son of Mr. and Mrs. M.E. McClendon. 805 E. Albert, Pampa. Vows will be solemnized July 29. in the First Pentecostal Holiness Church, Amarillo. The bride-elect attended Southwestern Junior College. Oklahoma City, Okla., and is employed by the American Quarter Horse Association in Amarillo. The prospective bridegroom, a student at Clarendon College, is employed by Greenbelt Water Authorities, Clarendon. This Week Many mothers expect toilet training to be completed by the time their child is two years old. James A. Stehbens, Ph.D. and David L. Silber, MD, University of Iowa, have found that this expectation is often unrealistically high, and that coercive toilet training can result in behavior problems. They recommend a parent-physician discussion on the subject before the child is a ear old. MONDAY 1:00 p.m.—Weight Watchers, St. Matthew's Parish Hall. 7:00 p.m.—Skellytown Tops Club, in library. 7:00 p.m.—Lota Pounds Off Tops Club in Central Baptist Church. 7:00 p.m.—Weight Watchers, St. Matthew's Parish Hall. 7:00 p.m.—Tops Club, Chapter TX 41, in Zion Lutheran Church. The Pampa Chapter of the American Business Women's Association elected Mrs. Marilee Eiledge as the chapter's "Woman of the Year." Mrs. Eiledge is out-going president for the year 1972. Other offices she has held since becoming a member of the ABWA in the Fall of 1969, are Spring tea chairman, 1970; recording secretary, 1971; and president, 1972. Mrs. Eiledge is employed as Receptionist with the Law Firm of Gordon A Gordon. Mrs. Eiledge represented the Pampa chapter as delegate to the National Convention in Anaheim, Calif., in October 1971, where she accepted the Banner Chapter Award presented to the Pampa chapter. In order to receive this Award, the Pampa Chapter completed eight requirements, to qualify plus 12 Standards of Achievement. Mrs. Eiledge and her husband, Don, have lived in Pampa since 1951. They have one son, Larry, who is stationed ,n the Philippines while serving with the United States Air Force. Mrs. Eiledge has one granddaughter. Jacqueline. Miss Vermeil Meador. head nurse at Highland General Hospital, was guest speaker at the meeting of the Pampa charter chapter. American Business Women's Association. Miss Meador showed slides of her trip to Japan and commented on the customs, living conditions, vegetables and fruits and parks of the country. During the business session, Mrs. Marilee Eiledge president, was elected the chapter's "woman of the year." Next meeting will be at 6:30 p.m., July 11, at Furr's Cafeteria, for installation of officers. The nominating committee will report, and officers will be elected at the meeting. Birthday t'an Homn* y SKELLYTOWN (Spl.l -Greg Houghton, 15-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Houghton, was honored with a cookout supper and party, with a birthday cake and ice cream. Attending were Tom Wall, Tommy Chancy, Neal Wayne Crawford, David Paul, Billy Lynch, John St. Clair, Jeffrey Houghton; his grandmother, Mrs. Beulah Flippo; Guy Flippo; and Mr. and Mrs. Orval Wall. MRS.DONELLEDGE ...Woman of Year Mrs. Eiledge has taken an active part in the Cancer Drives, Heart Fund, Red Cross, Scouting and working with young people. She is a member of the First Christian Church. The sapiential books of the Bible are the books of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Wisdom and Ecclesiasticus. The term is now obsolete. 7:00 p.m.—Pampa Altrusa Club in Starlight Room of Coronado Inn. TUESDAY 6:30 p.m.—Pampa B&PW Club, Furr's Cafeteria, convention reports. THURSDAY 1:30 p.m.—Senior Citizens' Center in Lovett Library. 7:00 p.m.-Weight Watchers, St. Matthew's Parish Hall. gOURMET featuring David Wade, internationally known connoisseur of fine food. Wade, who is recognized by the American Culinary Arts Society as America's leading food demonstrator, will prepare delicious recipes that make any meal more exciting. Don't miss it. Brought to you in color today on Chanel 4 at 5:30 p.m. IONEER NATURAL GAS COMPANY Hi-Land Fashions' Vacation SPECIALS! Ladies' and Junior Departments Sizes 6-16 Dresses Formats 25°/« O to Sizes 3-13 Pant Suits Scooter Skirts SO 0 /,,™ Girls' Department Toddler through Size 14 Dresses and Short Sets 25% - 50 Hi-Land Fashions 1543N. Hobart 669-7776 1 'Pampa's Fashion Center" BEGINS 9 A.M.TUESDAY, JUNE 27 BEHRMAN'S DISCOUNTS WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, JUNE 26 PREPARING FOR THIS ANNUAL DOLLAR SAVING EVENT... r ^ I I ALL SPRING AND SUMMER MERCHANDISE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE! NOTHING HELD BACK! DRASTIC REDUCTIONS TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL MERCHANDISE ARRIVING DAILY!

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