Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on January 25, 1935 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampfc, Texas FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, 1935 HIGH SCHOOL P-TA TO GIVE BANQUET For Evening - A Page Boy Tttrban DOT STOUTS Back in U. S. SENIORS ARE GUESTS FOR THE PROGRAM YESTERDAY Activities of the second term, started frr High School Pnrrnt- Tcacher association when seniors were guests at the regular meeting last evening, will continue with a banquet for band and pep squad members at the cafeteria Tuesday, and other events in the .spring. They include support for thp nil school piny, th^ seniors' annual tri to Carlsbad cnvcrn. and present a tion of awards to honor socict; members near the end of .school. A new committee was formed las night, designated ns the senior vo catlonnl guidance group. Mrs. C T. Hunkaplllar was named chair man by the president. Mrs. J. B Townseml. Mrs. Frank Poster wn appointed chairman of the spcia committee for thn second term! Practically all seniors were prcscn lor the meeting last evening. ;\n< a large number of parents also at tended. The orchestra directed b.v Roy Wallrabenstein played as th crowd assembled in high schoo gymnasium. After the business meeting, speak ers were introduced by E. N. Den nard, program chairman. Supt. R B. Fisher spoke first, outlining re- qulrements for graduation and ad vising the seniors regarding thei! final semester and commencemen activities. Principal L .L. Son? explained thi questionnaire that was issued to seniors, asking their plnns for grad uation and the future. These wil be filed and used for reference in assisting students, he said. Miami Club Will Present Program For Other^Clubs MIAMI, Jan. 25.—Mr. and Mrs Dale Low arc the proud' parents o a daughter, born at the Pampa hos pital Tuesday, named Rena An nette. Miss Easta Smith was the charm ing hostess to the Junior Cultur club Wednesday evening. Eleven members and five guests were pros ent. Mrs. S. W. Corbin entertained hei bridge club with a delightful partj at her home Thursday afternoon. The MiS'mi high school girls' basketball -team defeated the Whit Deer girls in a closely contested game Tuesday evening by a scor of 20-18. The Miami Warriors were defeated by the White Deer Bucks 24-20, in a thrilling game. Both of the Miami teams will enter the tournament at Canadian this weekend. The Junior Home Progress club will be in charge of the P.-T. A. program at the school house Tuesdaj evening. Mrs. Francis McQuiddy of Canadian was a guest in the C. S. Seibei home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Montgomery returned Monday night from a brie] visit in Greeley, Colorado. The district Lions club conventior will be held at the Survant note! in Miami Monday evening. Representatives of the Junior Home Progress club, Mmes. Wesley Davis, Holt Bafber, C. B. Locke, and Miss Juanita Hayes, will appear on the ' program... in several entertaining features. Birthday Party Given Small Girl Johnnye Sue Hart, four years old, was honored by a birthday party Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. E. C. Hart entertained at her home, 928 E. Francis. Refreshments of cake and jello were served after the small guests had enjoyed games. Mmes. Robert Hart and George Hart assisted the hostess in serving, and presenting dolls to the girls and little cars to the boys as favors. Children present were Bai'bara Hart, Katheryn Ann and Betty Lou Harris, Zelda May Hurst, Mary Nick Fraser, Grace Gotcher, Patsy Ruth Thomas, Peggy Marie Martin, Patricia Gallia, Peggy Gene Yeargain, Betty Jean Brazell, Frankie Powell, Bobby Hayes, G. W. Yeargain, Bobby Johnson, James Hart. Hendersons Are Bridge Club Hosts The- 5 .Who Dealt bridge club met Wednesday evening in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Henderson. High score in the games was made by Mrs. Bill Hatcher for women and P$ul Rittenhiouse for men, and low by Mrs. Clyde Frye. After the delightful evening of bridge, refreshments were served to Messr§. and Mines. A. E. Shaw, Laiyrence Home, Connie Alexander, Hatcher, Rlttenhouse, Frye, George Henderson; Mrs. Bert Murphy, Mattie McPeek, send th? hosts. M.f, and Mrs. Home will. enter- the club next Wednesday eve'- One of the latest creations for twilight and evening wear in smart circles ir, this youthful appearing; "page boy" turban, designed by Lilly Dachc. It is featured in glace taffeta. (Associated Press photo.) OFFICERS FOR DORCAS CLASS AREJELECTED Election Is Held in Called Meeting- Yesterday Officers were elected for the coming; year at a called business meeting of Central Baptist Dorcas class Thursday afternoon. Mrs. T. M Gillham was chosen as teacher, and Mrs. Owen Johnson president. Mrs. Ennis Sewell was named first vice president, Mrs. Cleo Coffey second vice president, Mrs. Carl Smith third vice president, Mrs. Clyde Spear secretary-treasurer. Mrs. W. B. Holder and Mrs. Louis Tarpley are to be group captains, Mrs. E. K. Chapman historian, Mrs. Opal Scarberry reporter, and Mrs. Griffin personal service chairman Central Baptist Circles Start to Study New Books Study of new books was started in each circle of Central Baptist Missionary union at meetings Wednesday afternoon. Each of the three b'roups is studying a different text Mrs. D. H. Cofi'ey's home was the meeting place of Bethtmy circle The hostess presented a Bible lesson from Matt. 6:1-13, and Mrs. O. C, Stark gave the opening prayer. Introduction of the book, Prayer the Golden Chain, furnished the program material for an hour of study. Refreshments were served afterward. Anna Bagby circle met with Mrs. 3tta Gillham to review the first chapter of Personal Service Giude. Mrs. Wood Overall offered the invocation and Mrs. Gillham the devo- ional. Refreshments were served to them and to Mines. H. C. Chandler, Earl Vernon, W. L. Lane, D. M. Scaief, ind H. A. Overall. Mrs. Owen Johnson was hostess o Lottie Moon circle, where Mrs. 5. H. McGaha gave the prayer and lie lesson was from the book, How o Prayer. Mrs^ A. Moore of White Deer was \ visitor. Members present were vlmes. W. D. • Moore, Cleo Coffey, 31yde Spear, A. B. Cecil, T. M. Gill- lam, W. B. Holder, McGaha, and he hostess Canadian News CANADIAN, Jan. 25.—Miss Edna ''aye Davis was crowned basketball queen at a coronation starting the Canadian invitation tournament on Wednesday night. She is from the opohomore class. The tournament las 38 teams entered. Mr. and Mrs. John Caylor, M;r. and Mrs. Jepp Todcl were in Ama- illo Wednesday. The fire department was called o Tom Tipps' residence Wednesday nd extinguished a blaze that did legligible damage. S. E. Allison visited in Amarillo •esterday. .«. BAPTIST TRAINING CLASS The Sunday school training class (hich has been in progress at First 3aptjst church this week wijll have ,s final lesson and review Tuesday vening at 7, instead of this evening s scheduled, it was announced to- ay. Mrs. F. E. Leech is teacher ( the course, which started Monay. PROGRAM FOR SUPPER HOUR IS ANNOUNCED Music Is Unique and Varied, Reading Humorous Unique and varied numbers make up the program announced for 7:30 this evening at McCullough Memorial Methodist church, 2110 Alcock. It will follow a Mexican supper served at 7 o'clock by •women of the church. Three musicians will take part. Miss Elizabeth Jameson, pianist, and Verlon Twaddell, baritohe, are both' well known to Pampa audiences The Rev. Lloyd Jones, Methodist pastor at LeFors, hns made a reputation wherever he has lived for his ability to produce weird but delightful music from a common handsaw. Mrs. Lance Webb, wife of tho pastor, will assist with the humorous monologue given in costume Popular, classical and sacred numbers hjnve thoir place on the following program: Hands Across the Table; Love in Bloom, Mr. Twaddell. Happy H'ours; in the Garden, Mr. Jones. An Evening Prayer, Battersby, Mr. Twaddell. Black Key Etude, Chopin; Barcarolle, Chopin, Miss Jameson. Granpa in a Pullman, Mrs. Webb. Shortenin 1 Bread, negro folk song arranged by Wolfe; The Glory Road, Wolfe (sung by special request), Mr. Twaddell. The supper of chili, pie, and 1 coffee will precede the musicale. Tickets for the supper and program are priced at 15 cents, and are on sale at First Methodist church office and by women and young' people of McCullough Methodist chuch and Harrah] chapel. Proceeds will go to regular expenses of the church budget. The public is invited. MEMBERS AND GUESTS ENJOY BRIDGE GAMES Mrs. Clarence Dunaway decorated bridge tables and prize packages in Valentine motif Wednesday afternoon when she entertained Ace High briclgs club at the Crystal Palace. Six guests joined members at the three tables. Mrs. Skeet Roberts received high score award, Miss Mary Patton traveling prize, and Mriies. Ted White, Charles Ford, and J. I. Degg-es the cut favors. Valentine parfait, cherry lime, and angel cake were served after the games to Mmcs. Duke Shaw, Ulyss Thorne, J. M. Mumford, Roberts, White, and Miss Helen Sullins, club guests; Mmes. Ray Chastain. Tommy Robinson, Ford, Degges, and Miss Patton, members. Hi-Lo Club Mrs. W. M. McWright was hostess to Hi-Lo bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Gold and orchid were the colors stressed in cards, tallies, and score pads. Prizes wrapped in gold paper were tied with orchid ribbon. Mrs. J. G. Teeters was awarded the high score package, Mrs. Doug Wilson second high, Mrs. H. L. Wallace the traveling prize, Mrs. G. R. Slocum consolation. Mrs. Clyde Oswalt was a special guest with Mmes. Tom Morris, Bil Dull, R. A. Meyers, Teeters, Wilson, Wallace, Roy Dyson, George Alden Slocum, H. F. Beatty, E. P. Hollingshead, and the hostess, members. A salad course and coffee were served after the games. Free-For-AH In Church Depicted KOUNTZE, Jan. 25. (/P)— The free-for-all fight in which two congregations engaged over the use ot church benches, resulting in the death of Jim Jordan, of Votaw, was described by witnesses at the trial of Marvin Burnett, 22, also of Votaw, yesterday. Miss Elma Jordan, 16, daughter of the slain man, said she saw Bennett twice strike her father on the head with an oak club. Bennett also struck her with the club and drove her uncle away, the girl testified. About thirty members of the congregation participated in the fight Bridge Lecture Features Altar Society Benefit A bridge lecture will be the unusual attraction offered at a benefit tea announced for next Thursday afternoon by the Altar Society of Holy Souls church. Mrs. Virginia Emerson will be the speaker, discussing Leads and Plays. The tea will be at the home of Mrs. J. E. Dwyer, 517 N. West. Anyone interested in bridge is invited. Tickets are on sale now by a committee with Mrs. H. G. Myers as chairman. Mrs. M. F. Roche is general chairman of arrangements. Canning Beef Saves Money Although It Had To Be Bought "We have 66 quarts of canned meat at "a great savine', even though we live in an oil field camp," says Mrs. George Puckett of Busy Bee Home Demonstration club. To have canned meat in her pantry, it was necessary for Mrs. Puckett to buy from a meat packing plant the half of a beef that she canned. ' After a careful check of expenses, a saving of six dollars was reali?ed, as well as Mrs. Puckett having four entries ready for the AmariUo Pat Stock show of 1935; (Continued from page 1.) last year as an endowment for the Warm Springs Foundation for infantile paralysis. 1935 Fund To Be Divided At President Roosevelt's suggestion, and indorsing a recommendation of the trustees of the Warm Springs Foundation, no part of this year's funds will go to the foundation. Seventy cents of every dollar raised is to be used for the rehabilitation of handicapped children within the community raising the fund or within the nearest geographic unit of which the community is a part. The other 30 foents will be turned over to ti>s president to be used by a national commission appointed by him for widening the research efforts aimed at wiping out the disease. In a statement urging the cooperation of every community in the country to make the campaign a success, Mr. Doherty that the president "has given his fifty-third birthday anniversary in reality to every person in the country, young and old, who has been afflicted with infantile paralysis." "This dread disease is a' constant threat hanging over every home in the land," he said. "It strikes ruthlessly irrespective of age and leaves each victim suffering for years from its after-effects. It must be eliminated from our national life and I know that every man, woman and child in the United States will want to help in this great humanitarian work. President to Broadcast Address "Since seventy cents out of every dollar will remain in the community or geographical area wherein the money is raised and thirty cents will go to the national research fund, every person who attends the ball in his town and has a good time can feel that he is not only helping those in his own community who need help most, but Is also joining in a great national service with the president) of his country." William Green, president, and Matthew Woll, vice-president of the American Federation of Labor, are already active as members of the national committee, it was announced. Mr. Green is serving as chairman of the labor division and has pledged the support of labor throughout the nation. On the night of the celebrations President Roosevelt will make a radio address that will be heard at the various parties. It will be broadcast over the combined networks of the National Broadcasting company and thie Columbia Broadcast- .ng System. The program will begin at 11:30 p. m. eastern standard ;ime and contlnug until 12:30 a. m. CLASS BAKE; SALE Dorcas class of Central Baptist church will conduct a baked food sale at the Piggly Wlggly store tomorrow, beginning at 9 a, m. Mrs. Loul? Tarpley is in charge of at- rangements for the sale. All women of the city are invited to patronize the class. Elsa Sittell is pictured here, smiling her pleasure at being in the United States again. The Brooklyn girl went to Europe to vote in the Saar plebiscite; instead she spent 10 days in a German prison for allegedly making remarks that "im'ultcd" Chancellor Hitler. She didn't care to discuss her experience. FURNISHING OF HOUSE STARTED BY TROOP FIVE Girls Prepare Room For Birthday Party Echo Lodge was chosen as the name for their new clubhouse by Girl Scouts of troop five yesterday Use of the small house, at the C P. Buckler place, was granted the troop by Mr. and Mrs. Buckler. Chairs, tables, and poxes for cabinets were brought to the lodge when the troop met there Wednesday. Other articles will be brought next Wednesday, and members hope to have the room completely furnished by Feb. 6. when the troop will give its birthday party. Further plans were made for issuing a troop newspaper, to be called The Girl Scout Echo. Dorothy McSkimming and Betty Plank were welcomed as new members, and Miss Madge Rusk was named lieutenant to.assist Mrs. R. A. Selby as leader of the troop. Members present Wednesday were Wilma Willis, Mattie Brown, Hazel Bath, Virginia Nelson, Thelma Mae and Velma Fae Osborn, Jacqueline Hurst, Bobby Lynn Robinson, Sara Frances Bourland, Elizabeth Mul- iinax, Carolyn Surratt, Frances Thompson, Peggy Stephens, June Beck, Dorothea Thomas, Mary Lynn Schoolfield, Marcene McClements, Marjory McColm, Mary Kate Bourland, Harriet Price, Alice Marie McDonnell, Martha Price, Ann Buckler, and Mrs. Selby. .0. CARDING IS PROFITABLE "I have used some spare moments rather profitably carding cotton," relates Mrs. C. M. Eudy, bedroom cooperator of the McLean Home Demonstration club. Carding 13 pounds of ginned cotton into four quilt bats, Mrs. Eudy saved $2.40 in the short time she worked. -«. ATTORNEY DIES FORT WORTH, Jan. 25. (/P)—S. D. Lary, 84, attorney and resident of Fort Worth since 1902, died today. Colds That Hang on Don't let .them get started. Fight them quickly. Creomulsion combines 7 helps in one. Powerful but harmless. Pleasant to take. No narcotics. Your druggist is authorized to refund your money on the spot if your cought or cold is not relieved by Creomulslon. (Adv) M. P. DOWNS Automobile Loans Short end Long Term* REFINANCING Small and Large 604 Combs-Worley Bldg Phone 338 ADVANCED SHOWING of the new STUDEBAKER Champion Cars at J. O. Penney's Dept. Store Friday and Saturday of this w«ek. p. D. KERB MOTOR CO. 11% N. SommiUe — Phone 977 FOR BAND.PEP SQUAD HUM CHILI SUPPER TONIGHT WILL INCLUDE A PROGRAM Many interesting courses which Way be studied ih the Parent lirt- ucation study group were discussed by Supt, B. B. Fislier, chairman of parent education in the eighth ! district Parent-Teacher association, at a meeting ye-' terday of the Horace Mann study group. | Mrs. Wr K. Noblett appointed Mrs | A. L Burge and Mrs. J. M. Turnei : to select the subject to be studied at \ following meetings, which at 3 sched- | uled every two works at the school! building | Mrs. Turner ,will lead the next; 'program, February 5 at 3 p. m. Entertainment at Meal. Guests attending the chili supper j at Hbrace Mann school this evening j will be entertained while they eat i by a large chprus of school children '. in costume, tap dancers in costume,! and numbers by the school band. Delicious home-made chili, pies, coffee, and candy may be secured at | reasonable prices. The supper is sponsored by the Parent-Teacher association, and the proceeds will be used for school | needs. ' Pastor Returns to The Baptist Church The Rev. C. E. Lancaster. First Baptist pastor, has returned from a paster's conference at Childress, and will fill his pulpit at services tomorrow. He will also teach the Business Men's Bible class in the city hall. Services at First Baptist .church will be at the usual hours, Sunday school 9:45, preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.. arid training school classes at 6:15. 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