Clipped From The Amarillo Globe-Times
Friends and relatives of Mr. Jenkins were guests yesterday at an louse at the home of his daugh- :er, Mrs. Manson Jones, 1316 Buchanan Street. A birthday dinner In his honor will be given tomorrow at .f his son. G. Carl Jenkins, 502! ["ennessee Street. ers - "Assuming: Seven of Mr. Jenkins nine chil- dren are here to honor him on his 10th birthday. They are Mrs. J. Tomkiels of Dallas, Mrs. C. T. Me-; Tver. w. H. Jenkins of Frltch. M. Jenkins, Mrs. J. E. Gilbert of Carl Jenkins, Mrs. W. H. Craig of Miami and Mrs. Jones. Others attending the open house yesterday included: Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bellars, Mrs. J. W. Jenkins. Curtis Coble. Mrs. G. c. Jenkins, Margaret. Sharon and Gwendolyn car Mrs. seriously another, J. W. Jenkins To Celebrate 90th Birthday J. W. Jenkins of Amarillo will celebrate his 90th birthday tomorrow. Mr. Jenkins has been a resident of Amarillo for 13 years, It ng here from Gainesville. | ot the next a CoWe, Dr. and Mrs. George Royse. John A. Boyse, Margaret Annie Royse, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lucas, Mrs. M. E. Roberts, Mrs. A. M. J. T. Mclver, Mr. and Mrs. C. Pair, Sue Ann Pair, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Willis; Arthur and Roy Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scott, Gulne- vlere and Yvonne Scott. Jessl Marie and Kenneth Gilbert of Pampa, D. M. Lantz, Rev. and Mrs. B. Flncher. Mrs. Elvie Bell. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. GJasgow. Mrs. Una Michaels. Betty Jane Wheat, H. and M. A. Wheat. J. Homer Tanner, Mrs. M. E. Jenkins and Lloyd Jenkins.