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SECTION TWO Items for the Woman's Page are welcomed from Pampa and surrounding territory. • VOL. 28. NO. 252 Material for this page must 'he in b,y 10 a. m. on weekdays and noon Saturdays. PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1935 PRICE FIVE CENTS • A. A. U. W. PRESENTS VIOLINIST ON ANNIVERSARY PROGRAM FOUR CLUB MEMBERS ENTERTAIN THE YOUNGSTERS Two croups of children were entertained nt the story, hour sponsored by Twentieth Century Culture club yesterday morning; at First Methodist church. Mrs. T. P. Morton, assisted bj Mrs. Marvin Lewis, told the stor; of The Great Stone Face to 21 chil dren from first to fourth grade nge Accordian numbers by Erncstin Holmes opened the program, am several children told stories. Mrs. R. S. Lawrence was assistec by : Mrs. Clyde Gold In telling storie; to 28 children of pro-school and firs grade age. 1 Mothers are invited to send thei children to this weekly story hour Its puipose is to foster the love o good reading and to encourage the use of the library as a habit. The city librarian is assisting the club in this aim. This was the second in a stori hour series, to continue-at 10 a. in each Saturday. ^ — Activity Planned By Hopkins P-TA For Coming Days HOPKINS, Jan. 26.—Children of Hopkins No. 2 school are indebtec to the Parent-Teacher associatioi for the radio-victrola which has, been used to listen to the inaugura address of Governor James V. Allred, the opening of the nationa congress, etc. The local organization purchased the instrument recently from the Tarpley music company of Pampa. A chili supper has been planned for this week and a picture show for Monday night, February 4. This is the once popular picture, Hunchback of Notre Dame, consisting o: lOTreels. Prepare for League Work has begun In preparation for the interscholastic league contests to be held in the county some time in March. Three directors of the league are members of the Hopkins faculty; namely, W. M. Parker, picture memory, M. L. H. Baze declamation, and Robert Brown spelling. Organizes Industrial Class A representative of the Hopkins schools met with the men of Magnolia gasoline plant No. 4 on Wednesday evening and assisted O. R. Moseley and others in the organization of a class in oil field mathematics. This class will have its first meeting Tuesday night, January 29. Tlie meeting place will be the office of the local plant^ Church to Honor 'Historical Day' First Methodist church will ob- Fcrve "Historical Sunday" Fcb 10, it was announced today by H. D. Tucker, director, of religious education of the church. Members of the church will sit in reserved sections on Sunday morning marked by the name of the pastor under whom they joined the Church. At the evening service members of McCullough Memorial and. Har- J'ah Chapel churches will be special guests of First church. All former pastors of the church will be invited to attend these services that day and one of these will preach at the evening service. A history of the church will be : given at the evening service. Only three charter members of the church remain here. They are Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harrah and their son, Lee Harrah. The Church was organized in 1901. • . — i»i Beauties Chosen For Tech Annual LUBBOCK, Jan. 26—Eight coeds whose pictures will appear in the beauty section of La Ventana, Texas Technological college yearbook, have been chosen by the student body and John La Gatta, nationally known artist, according to Howard Reed, editor. The young ladies chosen, in order cf their placement in the yearbook, are: Leila May Zorns of Meadow, sophomore; Judith English of Plainview, senior; Ellen K. Clapp of Lubbock, freshman; Harriette Roach of Lubbock, graduate; Geraldine Wick- ,.er of Slaton, junior. Lois Watson of Lubbock, junior; Janet Hambright of Lubbock, sophomore; Christine Bun'dy of Silverton, senior. •»•— •• TO ATTEND CONCERT Many music lovers of Pampa plan to go to Amarijlo Tuesday for a concert by Christian Tha^lpw, violinist. Mr, Thaulow was heard here Friday evening at the annual A, A. V. W- founders day bftpquet, where he pleased the large audience. There Are More at Home Like These ,- ~ , r ~ : -, .,„ ,,,,, ^ ,« ,,, ,_, „„ vw ^ ,'1*,Y^-" :,.*'(.""•:••>„ ' ,'„' i'CopyrielH. 193D, NEA Service, 'inc. The Dionnc quintuplets are growing up, and growing cuter every minute. Never were there four brig-liter eyes or two softer or more roly-poly little bodies than Annette and Yvonne present here at eight months old. Their tiny bracelet- chains hold identification tags so there may be no mistake as to who's who. Their three sisters, Eniclie, Marie, and Cccile, are just as bright and pretty as the two famous babies pictured here. Bridge Luncheon Friday Ends Series SKELLY WOMEN ENJOY AID AND CLUBPARTIES Three Groups Meet For Recent Socials o •SKELLYTOWN, Jan. 26.—Mrs. L. R. Jones was hostess to the Pleasant Hour club at her home Friday afternoon. The Valentine motif was used in decorations. At the close of a delightful afternoon Mrs. Jones served sunshine salad, heart shaped chicken salad sandwiches, and coffee to Mrs. L. B. Hales, a guest, and Mmes. W. S. 3cyd, A. Johnson, J. Tomlin, D. Bowsher, M. L. Roberts, E. Craw- "crd, J. C. Jarvis, J. E. Carroll, Carl Williams. J. C. Sims, and Mabel Marti. The next meeting will be on Feb. 8 with Mrs. Cecil Shipley as hostess. Ladie.8 Aid Social Tile Ladies Aid met -at the church Thursday afternoon for a social program. Necessary business was transacted, then Mrs. G.'^'Cannday and Dorothy Hutto presented a plan of entertainment that the guests en- loyed through the afternoon. Valentine sandwiches, heart shaped cookies, and coffee were served o Mmes. Lee, Haslam, Canaday, Hutto, W. Campbell, Bill Lott, Galemore, Wesley :Black, Ed Patchett, Harry Serrieb, Jack Propst, J. C. Jarvis. Mrs. Gallemore was unanimously lamed vice president. Plans were nade for a "get-acquainted" cov- red dish luncheon next Friday eve- ling. • ' La Nueva Club Mrs. John Dalton entertained La 'iueva club Wednesday afternoon vlth two tables of bridge. Five ames were played, with Mrs. J. C. farvis winning high score. Mrs. Fisher received guest prize, "andwiches, potato chips, and offee were served to Mmes. Charles Wayne, S. O. Dickey, Frank McGuigan, W. H. Price, T. B. Parker, Harry Sherrieb, Fisher, J. C. Jarvis, ,nd the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Charles W.ayne. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hughes and amily have been quite ill with flu he past week. Mrs. Lybrand " Is Hostess At Three Parties During The Past Week. Cai'l Williams is able to be up af- er a recent operation for appen- icitis. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Dickey's son, George, entered a Pampa hospital esterday for a tonsil opeartion. " : ' / Justin Enochs of White Deer visits' here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Coulsen ,nd son, wlw have been quite ill with flue, ' fire reported somewhat .etter. A series of luncheon parties given by Mrs. J. M. Lybrand last week were important in the social sceme. She entertained the Contract club and other guests at Schneider hotel Friday, a party preceded by small luncheons at her home Monday and .Thursday. Valentine appointments beautified the tables Friday, and were stressed also in the bridge games that followed. Prize packages were wrapped in the holiday colors. Special guests were Mines. George Rainouard, I. B. Hughy, Neil McCullough, Frank Perry, C. T. Hunk- apiiiar, and W. T. Fraser. Mrs. McCullough made high score for guests Members playing were Mmes. Clifford Braly, Mel Davis, Siler Faulkner, L. O. Johnson, H. D. Keim, J. R. Kelley, Philip Pond, George Taylor, A. B. Zahn. Mrs. Zahn scored high and Mrs. Kelley second high at bridge. Two tables were entertained on Monday and again Thursday at 12:30. Guests Monday were Mmes. R. S. Lawrence, A. M. Martini, Howard Buckingham, John Sturgeon. John Studer, Otto Studer, Byard Low. Guests Thursday were Mines. Clarence Barre.tt, Max Mahsffey, H D. Keys, A. B. Goldston, W. J. Smith,. P. O. Sanders, and Julian Barrett. H. D. Council to Meet; Preview Program Subject Completion of council organization for the year will mark the meeting of home demonstration club representatives in the office of the county agent tomorrow at 2:30. The afternoon meeting will be preceded Monday morning by a meeting to which each of the 10 women's clubs in the county will send five representatives. A book by Secretary of Agriculture Hemy Wallace, "America Must Choose," will be reviewed by County Judge C. E. Gary, County Auditor Ramon Wilson, County Supt. W. B. Weatherred, and Miss Ruby Adams, county home demonstration agent. This book is to furnish material for programs in each club next month. - .«. Bridge Lecture To Precede Tea A lecture on Bridge Leads and Plays, covering Culbertson's new Red Book, will be given by Virginia Emerson, local bridge teacher, at the home of Mrs. J E. Dwyer, 517 N. West, at 3:30 Thursday. Tea will be served following the lecture. This event is being sponsored by the Altar Society of Holy Souls church as a benefit to which the public is invited. Tickets, priced at 50 cents, are on sale now. NEW STUDY CLUB K ORGANIZED IN BORGER TO FEATURE WEEK'S ACTIVITIES IN NEARBY TOWNS Club Elections Are Still of Great Importance BORGER, Jan. 26.—A new study club was formed under sponsorship of the Twentieth Century club Wednesday, in a meeting with Mrs. L. H. Martin. The name chosen was Paragon club, and Mrs. Martin was elected president. Application has been made for federation. Other officers arc Mmes, Jack SoRelle, G. W. Cory, H. A. Sheldon, W. H. Heskew, J. L. Spear, G. A. Ibaugh, and Roy Broadway. Q- Bride Given Shower WHEELER, Jan. 26.—Mrs. Leo Guthric entertained Tuesday with a surprise shower honoring Mrs. T. S. Puckett Jr., the former Miss Jiianitu Maloy. A large number of friends attended. Mis. J. A. Bradshnw Sr. was honored on her 84th birthday with n surprise party given by the Ladies class of the Church of Christ, other friends, and relatives. CAHNDAR BPW Club Elects SHAMROCK, Jan. 26.—New officers for next year were elected in the Business and Professional Women's club last week. Mrs. Henry Hisp is to be president, Mrs. M. Reynolds and Mary Smith , vice presidents, Nell Adams nnd Betty Hanson secretaries, Mrs. Otlie Daniels treasurer. — Bridge Club Organized LEFORS, Jan. 26.—A new bridge club, named the Priceless club, was organized last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nail. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bromley entertained the Girl .Scouts with a party at their home recently. Mrs. W. Purvianee of Pampa, district secretary, will meet with the Methodist Missionary society here Monday, and install new officers. MONDAY. Calvary Baptist W. M. S. wil meet with Mrs. John Buzbee, 10 a. m., for industrial day program Methodist W. M. S. will have general business meeting at the church, 2:30. Circles of First Baptist W. M U will meet: Alice Bagby circle with Mrs. A. L. Lee of East Twiford Lily Hundley circle with Mrs. F. G Cecil of South Somerville, Anna Sallee circle with Mrs. Floyd Young, Elkin Lockett- circle with Mrs. Earl Vernon, 414 S. Banks, Blanche Rose Walker circle with Mrs. Hugh Ellis. , Home Demonstration council will meet in county agent's office, 2:30. Philharmonic Choir will hold rehearsal at city club room, 8 p. in. TUESDAY. Business meeting of Fidelis Matrons class will be conducted at First Baptist church. 2 p.m Civic Culture club will sponsor a benefit bridge tournament at city hall club rooms, 8 p. m. Visitor Honored CANADIAN, Jan. 26.—Mrs. J. E. Ward entertained with bridge Tuesday afternoon honoring her sister, Miss Zon Wood of Wellington. Miss Doris Teas was hostess at a bridge party Saturday evening; Mrs. M. W. Mclntyre gave a luncheon for Anonymous club; Mrs. C. O. Johnson was hostess to A-Muse-U club and Misses Marjorie Richardson and Velma Prichard to Bid-A-Bit club. President He-Elected WHITE DEER, Jan. 26.—Mrs. T. L. Haiduck was re-elected president of the Altar Society of Sacred Heart Catholic church, when the annual election was conducted last week. Mrs. Tom Skibinski was re-elected secretary. Recent Marriages CLARENDON, Jan. 28.—Miss Effie Dean Bullard of Leila Lake and (See NEW CLUB, Page 9) WEDNESDAY. First Baptist Dorcas class will have a luncheon at the church, 1 p. m. Mrs. Bill Dull will entertain Hi- Lo bridge club. Central Baptist W. M. U. will meet at the church, 2:30,; for a Royal Service program. Treble Clef club will meet at city club rooms, 4 p. m. Mrs, c. H. Dunaway will entertain No-Trump club at her home, 8 p. m. First Methodist choir rehearsal at church, 7:45. THURSPAY, ' Holy Souls Altar Society will sponsor a bridge lecture and tea at the home of Mrs. J, E. Dwyer, 517 N. West, 3:30. Mrs. Harold Baer will entertain Happy Hour club. Tatapochon Camp Fire Girls will meet at the Legion hut, 4 p. m. Presbyterian choir rehearsal at church, 7:30. FRIDAY. Laff-a-Lott club will meet with Mrs; R. F. Montgomery. Mh-s. P. J. Landry will entertain New Deal club at her horne, 108 S. Wynne. Priscilla Home Demonstration club will have an all-day meeting' and covered dish luncheon at home of Mrs. Clyde Carruth. Merten PTA will sponsor a. benefit chili supper at the school, 6 p. m. . ' Order of Eastern gtar will have JUNIOR CIVIC CULTURE CLUB HAS^ELECTION Miss WiliTe Isbell To Serve as Next President Miss Willie Isbell was president of Junior Civic elected Culture club for next season, succeeding Miss Roberta Monlgomcry, when the annual election of officers was conducted nt the home of Mrs. Ed Burch Tuesday. Mrs. Elmer File was named vice president. Mrs. B. V, Ward secretary, Miss Montgomery treasurer, Miss Wnldcan Dickinson council representative, and Miss Anna Mae Gotcher social chairman. After the business hour, members enjoyed an Informal social period and were served delicious refreshments. In addition to Ilir ni w officers. those present wnv Mixv.s Christine Dickinson, Billl> DC-.- Mc- Oowan, Ethel Hamilton, and Mr:;. V. L. Boyles. In keeping with the the Pampa ideals and program of the or- chaj)lcr of the American Association of University Women Friday evening observed its seventh anniversary l>y presenting Christian Thaulow of Amarillo, noted violinist and conductor, at its annual banquet. As the audience of !).", room of tlui Schneider hoie by Miss Josephine Canker. Mrs. W. Purvianee. Mrs. ( chapter, welcomed the ^tu took chui'uo persons gathered in the dining a piano prelude was played 'he invocation w;>.s jriven by A. ('lark, president of the s, then Mr*. .1. M. Hooper Pleases Dad Visitor Honored By Merten Club At Party Friday Mrs. Warner Roberts of Wichita Falls, house guest of her daughter, Mrs. Alva Phillips, at Merten, was named honored when Merten Home Demonstration club entertained with a party at the school building Friday evening. Four tables of dominoes and two of forty-two were in j:lay. Mrs. Phillips and C. O. Bridges made high scores in forty-two, Mrs. I. A. Wilson and A. Swafford in dominoes. Sandwiches, pie, coffee, and cocoa were served to the special guests, Mrs. Roberts, Mi', and Mrs. Herman Jones and children, and Mrs. David Culwell, and the following members and their families: Messrs, ana Mmes. J. F. Meers, M. Hope, Bridges, Fred C. Fischer, Phillips, Wilson, W. O. Kelly, J. C. Browning, J. P. Tiffany, R. W. Taylor, Swaffor^i, and Mrs. C. B. Haney and children. Missionary From Japan to Speak At Church Here A lecture at First Christian church will be given this morning by Miss Bertha Clausen, missionary to Japan for the past 35 years. Her talk will replace the regular morning sermon. Miss ' Clauson accompanied the ninister, John S. Mlullen, here from Amarillo, where he attended a fel- owship meeting of young iicople of .his district. She was one of the iiain speakers. The public is invited to hea'r her address. It is of interest to children as well as adults, for Miss Clauson tells much of the life of >eople among whom she worked. Miami News MIAMI, Jan. 26.—Sterling Kinney, who attends Amarillo Junior col- ege, is spending a few days with n's parents, Judge and Mrs. J. E. •Cinncy. A new stiiRc curtain is being plac- •>d in the high school auditorium his week. O. B. Hardhi attended the fu- icral of his brother, who passed uvay at his home in Sudan, last veek. A large crowd attended the sacred onccrt at tho Baptist church Fri- ay evening', given by George Wilon, noted Sioux Indian baritone oloist, A sermon in song, entitled, 'he Surrendered Life,-was present- d. The work of testing- cattle for t. eradication in Roberts county is oing forward rapidly, according o late reports, To date sixty herds lave been tested amounting to ap- iroximately 1990 head. M. M. Craig and family visited in iVheeler Friday. «». Vlusic Starts Gay Party for Hopkins Community Guests "Music is a key that will unlock ny situation." so it was proved Wednesday night at a community arfcy given by Hopkins Home Dem- nstration club at the school house.. After several musical numbers /ere given, guests participated in n hour of wholesome recreation, hen coffee and sandwiches were erved. The club has voted to give a recre- tlonal entertainment at the school uilding the month. last Friday of each •egular meeting at Masonic hall, 8 '' Members and visiting members to be present. (NEWS Staff Photo ami Ensnivinir) New Year's ilay was doubly si(C- nificiint t» tlx; W. B. WcaliiRrred. family.- In addition to taking of- I'ioe as county school superintendent, Mr. Wcatherred heard his ;;on, Jackie Gene, say his first wordr, "bye-bye." The baby lias almost abandoned his jumper, in which he is pictured above, for a walker—and his efforts at walking- indicate that he will soon be able to do without thit device. Ho will be a year old in March. Mrs. Hooner inl.nxliiia'tl Mr. Thaulow :IK an artist who liasboji c/illcfl by I'Yil.z Ki-c;i,s!cT (lie foremost of young K<Micration. ~ ....... ---- ..... -- O The artist by request madn a few remarks nboiit his violin, which was made in 1G98. He chose for his first number, nt th? snir.'iestion of Mrs. llrnper, the severely exacting Dsvil's Triii. by Tartini. wilh a weird cpdcnzn at the end by Kreisler. His mn.sU-j-ful rendition of what .is seldom attempted by violinists heard in this Krction won him the instant admiration of the audience. His Ki'e.-tt instrument, just returned from a repair shop of renown, pro- dared music of such sheer beauty iiiid quality of lone that it seemed a thing alive, pulsating with all the emotion which Tartini wrote into the fcn'.ita, composed in 1713. Plays From Memory Mr. Thaulow's complete program wn.s ;i.<; follows: Ls Trille du Diablo (Tartini); Schcn Rosmarin (Kreisler); Caprice Viennois (Kreisler); Guitarre (Mos- zkowskii; and, as an encore, Londonderry Air (Kreisler). The audience would delightedly have listened longer to the artist. Mr. Thaulow is widely known for his phenomenal memory, which enables him to play requests with abandon without in the least impairing the quality of his performance. At Amarillo, he is conductor of the Philharmonic orchestra. He is pf ..Norwegian. descent and educated in the music capital j of the world. He played a genuine Stradivarius vioiiri, an inherited treasure from which he drew tones and tonal effects exquisitely beautiful and controlled by masterful manual and musical skill. The more familiar numbers on his program were request grants, played with some variations which marked the individuality- of the artist. Early Pampa Musicians Pampa's musical history was briefly reviewed by Mrs. Tom E. Rose, who recalled that Mrs. Ida Rider was the first music teacher who remained here for a considerably time. The first orchestra was directed by the late Alex Schneider Sr., and included the now Mrs. Clinton Henry, DeLea Vicars, Roy Tinslcy, John Hamilton, and Jess Wynne. Later, Prof. T. A. Fannell was employed as the first director of music in the schools. In recent years, music has developed rapidly, Mrs. Rose pointed out, to include the bands, orchestras. Treble Clef club, Philharmonic choir, glee clubs, quartets, excellent church choirs'; and many instructors in music. Mrs. C. T. Hunkapiiiar made a talk recalling that the Pampa chapter of A. A. U. W. was formed January 19, 1028. Its activities have included helping the library, assist- in;;- eleven school girls through a scholarship fund, cooperating with the. Council of Clubs, and sponsoring many fine programs. Seeks Opportunities Mrs. Hunkapiiiar said that prior to 1900 educational opportunities for girls and women were limited and that schools for girls had not won recognition. Today women's opportunities are vastly greater, the colleges and universities have been opened to them, research scholarships are available, and economic possibilities are far better. She said that the organization was stressing the need for adult education and was seeking equal pay for equal work done by women in activities in which men also are employed. She added that the Pampa chapter grew out of the need for activities on the part of a large group of university women who came to Pampa and were lonely and restless. The' chapter was organized at 'the Chas. C. Cook home. Past presidents present and Introduced were Mrs. Hunkapillar, Miss Fannie May, Mrs. A. M. Teed, and Mrs. J. B. Massa. Mrs; Lester J. Vick, president of the Amarlllo chapter, was among the visitors, who also included Mrs. Christian Thaulow and Mrs. Ocia Blackford of Harmony, N. C. Mrs. Blacfcford, wife of the president of a girt'? school , is an aunt of Mrs^ '#«, 4. Meek. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Hicks were introduced. A telegram of greetings from JJr. Evelyn' Carrington of HuntsviUe, state president, was read. Mrs. H. V. Patterson was enter-- • tainment chairman for the ev?nV Clothes Are Mended By Workers Last Week A $20 check given by the Elks club to the thrift room shoe fund will enable workers to buy shoes next week for several children who needed them last wer-k but were refused because the fund was depleted. Only three pair of .shoes could be bought last Monday. Appreciation for this gift of the club was expressed by the PTA members who maintain the room to clothe needy pupils. Any other donations to tile fund will be welcomed, as will gifts of wearable clothing which students can wear. Clothing already in the room was repaired during snare moments' las-t.' week by Mmes. Roy Kilgore, J. B. Townsend, and Reese, workers from High School association. They issued a number of garments, but were unable to fill all requests from the supply on hand. Horace Mann association will have charge of the room next week. Canadian News CANADIAN, Jan. 26.—Mrs. .Ear! Watson entertained the Just For Fun club Thursday evening with dinner and bridge. Large numbers of out-of-town visitors attended -the basketball tournament here yesterday and today. Henry Barbee of Reydon liere on business Thursday. Canadian firemen won a basket- jail game from the Reydon team Friday night The score was 43 to 27. ROSE AND UED TRIM BLACK VELVET FROCK PARIS (ff) —Rose and red makp an unusual color combination'for the rimming of an afternoon gown worn jy one smart Parisian. The colors appear in two velvet ? bows a,t the neckline of an ankle-;length t ,l!lac-k velvet frock which is wprn -felth a short black wool cape; lined with black velvet. At the plates were ?lever made in the form of, paper complete even to threads for Tiny music stands ajgo were placed., dinner wag Bsrved, chapter was said be the largest in tl\e state lor a of (la's gigs. „ .

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