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Big Spring Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1955, Big Spring, Texas A first Christian awards 125 Bible school certificates a total of 125 certificates were i school. Mrs. Melvin Sarratt was presented sunday night to those director of the Nursery department who earned them by attending the and her teachers were mrs. Grady first Christian Church vacation Harland and mrs. N. F. Mcnaugh Bible school june 13-24. The average daily attendance for the school was 131, and 52 children had perfect attendance records. Vincel Larson presided at the graduation and the certificates were awarded by Wendal Parks chairman of the education commit j ton. Their theme of study was a the threes at vacation Church the theme for the beginners was a my family and my mrs. Clyde e. Nichols was superintendent and teachers included mrs. G. L. Ritter mrs. Glenn White mrs. Duvall Wiley mrs. Tee at the Church. Each depart h. B. Wade mrs. Ernest Haynes ment presented work represents mrs. Gladys Porter and mrs. Edi Tive of their weeks study with son Taylor. Open House held afterwards. Mrs. Larson was director of the rules Given for better publicity take away tension Kathryn Grayson suggests a warm Bath to relieve nervous tension in Lydia lanes a Hollywood Beauty column today. She is the Star of Paramount so the Vagabond Hollywood Beauty body gives signals to help diet and weight primary group under the supervision of mrs. I. M. Brooks studied a friends of that departments teachers were mrs. David summeral mrs. R. A Hoover Lynn Lee Porter and Jerry Girdner. In the Junior department mrs Earl Wilson was superintendent and the teachers were mrs. Harvey Clay mrs. Frank Rice mrs Leslie Alldredge mrs. Robert Clark mrs. Ridley Briggs and mrs. Earl Culpepper. Their theme was a living a red working together As a choosing the Way was the theme for the intermediates under correction in wedding Story made the account of the ceremony which sunday afternoon United sue Nell Nail daughter of or. And mrs. R. L. Nail 1305 Scurry and it. Everett Wayne Trux Al son of or. And mrs. A. K. Truxal of Barnsdall okla., incorrectly identified Lyle Price the officiating minister. Or. Price who solemnized the vows and who is the brides pastor is the minister of the Church of Christ at 14th and main Street. The Herald regrets that the Church w As not correctly Given. Going on a trip have a House guest or maybe you Are getting married. All your friends will be interested and the Herald will gladly a spread the but remember wed like to be i the leadership of Leslie Alldredge among the first to Tell it and not and teachers Robert Clark or. Have to wait for a week or two. For and mrs. H. O. Hudgins that reason please give us the in secretaries for the school were formation about a party a Circle j Jean Marie Mcevers and Martha meeting or other gathering As soon i Bost. Mrs. Odus Bell was refresh As it happens. Your Story will be ment chairman and mrs. Robert Given much More space and will g. Weaver was in care of the Tod have preference Over older stories d i e r s. Transportation chairmen by Lydia Lane Hollywood a when i went but to Paramount to have lunch with Kathryn Grayson i found her Atill on the set. She was being rescued from the noose in a scene from a the Vagabond we decided to lunch in Kathryn a dressing room and when the waiter came in with menus for us she waived hers aside saying a a in la take the a a in Mon an Avocado kick a she explained smiling. A lately in be had a taste for avocados and i believe that you should listen to your body. You know the body is really like an efficient chemical factory. When something s out of balance it gives you signals. Babies do this intuitively but As we mature we tend to choose foods from habit or Eye Appeal rather than from nutritional i could see that Kathryn was talking on a subject on which she was Well informed. A in one of the new York hospitals a she continued a they conducted a feeding Experiment with a group of toddlers. Each baby was Given a tray with everything necessary for a Well balanced diet. Some of the children ate Only the mashed bananas for three meals in a Row but by the end of the weak they All had eaten according to the Chart of scientific feeding. Their need of other foods had eventually taken control of their appetites. So you see a Kathryn said a if we learn to listen to our body signals Well receive the right Kathryn told me that although her Mother was from the South. The family was never served typical style Fried foods and hot breads. A Mother Felt that our eating habits were formed Early in life and that if she did t feed us the wrong things we learn to like them. We rarely had Candy and i believe that a Why i done to have a single cavity a Kathryn said with Pride. A a in be often admired your Beautiful Teeth a i remarked. A How do you keep them so White a if it is new and timely. For the same reason please do not request that we hold a Story for the sunday edition. Chances Are that by that time it would be old and we w Ould not find space for it. Most girls want a Good new�?Tspa-1 per Story of their wedding but if the information is brought in late we have to leave out details which would mean a lot in years to come. There is a possibility of the account not being published if too much time has elapsed after the event because of our limited space each Day. J we ask that details of the wed-1 a toothpaste that a a be Given to us at least two w Ere or. Hudgins or. Clark and or. Haynes. Art lessons will be Given at service club mrs. Richard Patterson will give Art lessons Friday at the big Spring service menus Center 113 East 2nd. The does club will serve refreshments wednesday. Cakes and sandwiches were served last wednesday with or. And mrs. J. W. Dickens and or. And mrs. U. E. Dickens As hosts and hostesses. Mrs. W. A. Underwood mrs. Frank Wilson mrs. C. R. Mcclenny mrs. I. P. Jones and r. O. Caruthers made the cakes and sandwiches. Saturday the child study club sent cookies and Coffee. Wesley methodist Church gave cookies and punch. Or. And mrs. Alex Selkirk served. Presbyterian group plans All Day meet at a meeting of the first presbyterian women of the Church monday afternoon at the Church plans were made for an All Day meeting to be held on july la. Beginning at to ., a worship program will be presented with a covered dish luncheon served at noon. Following the luncheon the program will be resumed. Mondays meeting was for All circles with mrs. Arthur Pickle in charge of the Bible study. She brought the Devotion on a god is love from John i. Mrs. George Neill offered the opening prayer. It was announced that there will not be a meeting monday due to the Holiday. Eleven attended the meeting. Big Spring Texas Herald tues., june 28, 1955 Park methodist a pcs hears mrs. De Booth mrs. De Booth was in charge of the program for the a pcs of Park methodist Church monday evening at the Church. She chose the subject a style show of literature and publications a using posters to emphasize Points in her talk. Various styles of dress were compared to the different types of literature studied by the group. The opening prayer was offered by mrs. Abbie Anderson and mrs. Olney Thurman presented the Devotion which was taken from psalms. Mrs. Elvin Bearden Sang accompanied by mrs. G. C. Graves. Seven attended and were dismissed with the a pcs Benediction. Johnsons Are honoured by teachers sixty one attended the open House which was held monday evening in the t. S. Currie Home honouring or. And mrs. Truett Johnson who will leave soon for Wiley where he has accepted a position with the schools. Teachers of Junior High school where or. Johnson has served As principal were hostesses for the affair. Mrs. Currie and Agnes and or and mrs. Jack Everett greeted guests and presented or. And mrs. Johnson. Lorine Williams was at the Register. The honoured guests received gifts from the hostess group and from the teachers of North and East wards where Johnson had also been a principal. Mrs. Johnson was Given a Corsage. The Tea table was Laid with a White imported Linen cloth and decorated with an arrangement of Pink and Blue asters. Serving in the dining room were mrs. Keith Mcmillin mrs. G. L. Wiley mrs. Jack Gary and mrs. Zollie Mae Rawlins. Comforts More childhood ills than any other children a aspirin. Mothers Trust it doctors approve it children like its Orange flavor. aspirin i for onions. Host too pounds and found the world was filled with fun love and Beauty in the july journal Marge Webb tells How in just nine months she went from 250 pounds to 150. From size 44 a to size 14while eating three satisfying meals a Day. She reveals her diet secrete it i. How she was Able to eat her favorite sweets. And she give you her reducing plan for a week. 21 Complete menus. At Sweet sixteen Margie had never been complimented much less kissed. To this Day she does no to understand a How any Man would have wanted to marry such a Margie finally was Able to stick to a diet. Now looks the part she always wanted to play a a pretty wife and Mother. Done to miss1 too pounds off another in the popular Jou mid series of Beauty biographies flus 27 other articles Eterlee and features a cum gazing out today. On a new Stanos color Beach bag by Carol Curtis crocheted and very quickly too a in Spanish red Bright yellow and Grey. Big bag is lined with 4 Yard Pale yellow plastic material has big outside pocket to hold lotions glasses keys. Towels and Damp swim suits can be Slung inside the easily made inexpensive bag All instructions in pattern. Send 25 cents for pattern no. Sho your name address pattern number to Carol Curtis big Spring Herald Box 229, Madison Square station new York to. N. Y. The needlework guide 36 pages 150 designs for knitting Crochet embroidery hairpin lace dozens of Beautiful color transfers order As you do needlework patterns. Only 25 cent. A a in be found really removes stains and keeps Teeth White a Kathryn said. A but i also Brush my Teeth after every meal which i believe is very important. They tease me on the set because As soon As in be eaten anything i head for the nearest Wash Basin with my Toothbrush. A i also use a special powder on my Gums a she continued. A you can to have Good Teeth if your Gums Arentt healthy. I Massage this powder in with my fingers several times a i asked Kathryn if she came by her slender figure naturally or whether she had to watch her diet. A that gets us Back to my favorite subject a a listen to your body a a Kathryn laughed. A at least its worked with me. In be had to learn though to differentiate Between True signals and false ones. A i ignore the hunger signals that Stem from nervous tension or boredom. These Are the times when you feel restless and go brow sing around the Kitchen looking for something a anything a to nibble on. There Are times though alien i feel like having nothing but rare meat at meals and other Days when i done to want any solids at All. I can get along nicely on nothing but liquids for a Day or so and i done to think its the least bit harmful. A i univ wish i were As Suc Jan \ when it gives out fatigue . Kathryn sighed. A i know that taking a Short break snaps tension and prevents it from building up but i done to do it. Consequently in a often overtired. But its something in a working on a she said w Ith deter a Mina Tion. A whats your favorite Way of unwinding when you get Over tired and tense a i wanted to know. A a w she replied quickly. A flying in a tepid tub soothes j me completely and makes me i sleepy. I can always go right to sleep after a warm Bath. I try to relax my mind As i lie there a i not think of a single Kathryn confessed that artificial eyelashes Are her favorite makeup trick. She reaches for them like most girls reach for their lipstick. A my eyes Are so big they need a Long fringe for balance a she explained a but i do thin them out and shape them so they look Kathryn believes and wisely that the secret of a Good complexion lies in cleanliness. She tries to keep her skin in such Good condition that she does no to need make up. A i think the new deep cleansers Are marvelous. They go deep into the pores and remove old make up and dint More thoroughly than anything i be Ever used. And i use astringent faithfully a she added. Learn to relax Kathryn Grayson considers nervous tension a great threat to Beauty and she has More advice about relaxation in addition to those comments in today s column. They re found in Lydia Lane s new Booklet of Beauty a your liveliness i. Now available to readers of Hollywood Beauty. You la find loads of information on other phases of Beauty in this 12page Booklet. Get your copy by sending ten cents to cents and a stamped self addressed envelope to Lydia Lane Hollywood Beauty in care of the big Spring Herald. Days before the ceremony takes i place and if there is to be a picture we want it at that time. The deadline for receiving pie Tures for the sunday edition is Friday. Deadline on pictures that Are to appear during the week is the Day before they Are to be published. Ten Is set As the deadline for news to appear in the daily edition and la Is the latest that new s can be accepted for the sunday paper. Credit club has Barbecue dinner mrs. Raymond River was hostess for a Barbecue Chicken dinner monday night for the credit club in the Back Yard of the hostesses Home 1509 Lith place. Bright coloured table cloths were Laid Over several tables decorated with Centrepieces of China roosters filled with peruvian lilies. On the Buffet table the Centrepiece was a huge Black rooster with the same Flowers. Hurricane lamps were distributed in various spots. Mrs. Houston Cowden and mrs. M. T. Kuykendall members of the entertainment committee assisted mrs. River with the arrangements. Barbecued Chicken Beans tossed salad French bread olives pickles Lime sherbet cookies Coffee and ice Tea were served to 24. Or. And mrs. Frank Pierce of Breckenridge former residents of big Spring announce the birth of a son Edward Frank on june 20. Weighing 7 pounds 6 ounces. The grandpa rents arc or. And mrs t. N. Cut Well of big Spring and or and mrs. A. P. Pierce of i Brownwood. Long Torso style charmingly styled with lowered Waistline tied Bow at soft Collar skirt with Gay Youthful flare this design is so Cool and fresh for sunny weather. No. 237h is Cut in sizes to. 12. 14, 16. 18. 20. Sue 16 4h yes. 35-in. Send 35 cents in Coin no Stamps please for pattern with name address St be number Ami size address pattern Birk a big Spring Herald. Box 42, old Chelsea station new York la. N. Y. For first class mail include in extra 5 cents per pattern. Now just out the spr1ng-summer fashion world illustrating in color scores of delightfully wearable fashions for every size and occasion. Sew these practical pattern designs for the season ahead. Order your copy now Price just 25 Testa. A refrigerated room air conditioner banishes torrid summer heat for about 3 an hour electrically Boomer answers question about room air conditioners and evaporative coolers. Gives approximate operating costs. Tells How to get the most economical service from your Cooling equipment. Come in or writ for your copy. She sleeps soundly in clean Cool filtered air protected from outside noises and irritating dust and pollen thanks to Reddy kilowatt and a refrigerated room air conditioner. She wakes from daytime slumber rested free from heat rash and in better humor for the rest of the Day. Other members of the family sleep better too and enjoy summertime living More w Ith refrigerated room air conditioning. It turns any room into n Haven of delightful coolness. Sec our electric appliance dealer soon for the proper sized unit to fit your needs. You la find that the average room can be cooled with a 34-ton unit for about an hour. Enjoy summer Comfort Worth Many times its Cost electrically amp a l. Beale Mai Ugur pm on 4-63 q

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