Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 8, 1935 · Page 9
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Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, September 8, 1935
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!•* 1 rr _ ;r _ ifctf thit pKgg frail be to ;. B$:IO Hi fit) 6ift ' *' ''• '<*, V. v 1ST0..1S2) *"--^ r~fr r "* 'T t»AMPA, GfcAY COlMFY, TEXAS, SUNDAY, MoMItfG, SEPTEMBER 8, 1936 BACK-TQ-CQLLEGE D ANGE AT COUNTRY CLUB IS GAY EVENT Stately Grand March Will Precede Lively Square Dances at The Pioneer Ball fRIZES OFFERED FOR DANCERS AND - „ MUSICIANS ; The Grand March-J-sytnboI of stately magnificence in the last century—will open the Pioneer . ball and square dance to be held in the high school gymnasium, Tuesday evening; Sept. 17, The .' gymnasium will be appropriately, decorated in festive .colors, ,' Leading the Grand March will be ; twoL leading .citizens of the Panhandle," followed by a host of celebrities of the pampas. According to present, plans, women in the ..Grand March will wear costumes that conform to the styles of eras gone by. •" Dancing- to Follow The Grand March will be followed by stately, old-fashioned dance of by-gone days—the Virginia Rec .heel and toe polka, the schottlsh< .; and square dances. Cash prizes wi: be given t6 the four best fiddlers and other prizes will be given t wearers of the -best costumes', th best square dancers, the best fid dlers, and. the best performers o the other dancers. Judges of th various, events are being chosen b> Olin E. Hinkle, chairman of th judges and prizes committee. At least four callers and fou fiddlers have already consented t assist,in the dance. Hostesses,at th •dance will be longtime resident . of this section. The chairman of th hostess committee will be announc • ed this week, according to Arche ' Pullinglm, general chairman, . • Dress In Character Members of the three music clubs the-Philharmonic chorus, the Trebl -Clef and the Junior Treble Clef will, take the' lead ,in their attemp to make the dance .an. affair re ;<sernbUng the dances of early day , In the' Panhandle by wearing cos 1 tumes that were fashionable then a the dance.,•'. .-•••• ,Club committees in session Fridaj night-at the-city hall decided to urge all members to obtain or make costumes for 'the occasion. Proceeds of : the, dance will be used to finance the, convention: of seventh 'distric clubs which, will be held here in .October..'Several hundred out- of-town women will attend the convention. . . • '.. Mrs, A. H. Doucette, chairman of the costume' committee, last nigh urged : all persons who expect to participate in the' dance -to come costumed, although wearing the old- fashioned garments will be optional and not mandatory, it was said. Ladies who will'wear costumes or who will lend old-fashioned garments for other persons are asked to, call,.Mrs. Doucette, Ticket Sales Begun • 'Bale of the tickets began Saturday. Authorization of the Pampa Credit Association to sell the tickets was obtained, .and the following statement "to whom- it 'may concern"' was issued by- the credit body,: "In order, to finance the district meeting of the Women federated. mus.ic clubs, the local clubs are' sponsoring an old-fashioned square dance for Sept. 17. From sources which we consider reliable, we are advised that all monies col- 'Quads'Chorus First 'Good Morning, Teacherf ' leered from the sale of tickets win be used to defray expenses of the above 'mentioned .district meeting. Walter J. Daugherty',' Manager." Mrs. Lloyd Roberts; chairman of , the invitations committee, 'will mall invitations to more than 1,000 old v , timers who "square" and other square dancers, by Tuesday night, 'Every one is invited to attend, but special invitations will be sent to t persons who attended and partfoi- ' pated in the Pre.-0entennlal square c|ance. • . Full Crowd . Members of the th.ree clubs are selling the tickets. They have divided, the town between them and will cover it this week, price of one admission will be forty cents. It. Is estl- ^jnated that the gyin will accommodate 700 spectators who may or may not, According to choice, take part Jn ,the danpejs.- • ' •^Posters advertising the dance will he made this week. Mrs. J, M. Dod- 'so.n,- chairman of ^ finance cpm- TOittee of the muslq clubs, '_will seek _ the cooperation, of loeaj art clubs, arMpts ant} Bchoql pupils. • "News ..stories \ sn'no'mjeing the , djincp appeared in at feast a dozen newspapers serving tWs &rea last weefc. .picket chairman are •' Mrs. - JQofJge of th,& Treble Plef, Mrs. Herman Jones of- the Phiihar- Miss oiotille McOalllster of ,th.e £ Treble <O}ef Junior. ,'Mj*.' .Rthel f thMseore.tlQns of PROGRAM WILL CLIMAX IN CENTENNIAL CHORUSES It's not often a teacher has quad ruplcts In her class', so'it's no wonder Pauline Austin, kindergarten instructor, was just as thrilled as the famed Moi-lok' sisters of Lansing, Mich., when the winsome little girls, all dressed alike, greeted her for the first time as pier turcd here. At the age of five and a half, Helen, Wilma, Sarah,- and' Edna, (left to right), daughters of Carl Morlok, Lansing-, Mich.,'constable, are starting- in to learn their ABC's. They were born May 19, 1930; Club Is Tea Hostess ®ENTERTAINS FOR ITS . SPONSORING CLUB . AND GUESTS Junior Civic Culture club entertained Senior Civic Culture club with a tea Friday afternoon at the home of Miss Ann Clayton. As ?uests registered they were presented with corsages, then ushered into rooms lovely with asters and roses in white and orchid. . In the receiving line were Miss Anna Laura: Burleson, president of the Junior club, Mrs. Paul Jensen, president, of the senior club, Miss Clayton, and Miss Minnie . Olive Montgomery. . . Miss Burleson welcomed,the guests to this event which opened the lunior club's season, and presented ittle, Margie Pae Taylor and Norma e -Dickinson, who entertained with readings. . Miss Montgomery poured tea from t lace covered and candle lighted table, centered with a bowl of ama- •yllis iiliSs and asters, 'Mrs. William Barkley of Omaha, Neb., and Mrs. C. Wallace of Enid, Okla,, were special guests. Senior club members registering Were Mmes; .V, Li Dickinson, M. A. Mc- Gpwan,.E. A. Shackleton, Ira Spea£- man, W. P. Taylor, Claude Lard, rvin. Cole. Cyril Hamilton, Jensen, Tom, Clay ton, Luther Pierson. Members of the hostess club present were Mmes. B. A. Sumner and Ed. -Burch; Misses. Burleson, Montgomery, Christine Dickinson, Mary McKamey, Willie Isbell, and Blllie See McGowan. . . CALENDAR Hrs. Johnson Is Named President OIF Hpmemakers Mrs*. Owen Johnson was elected resident • of First Baptist Hpnie- nak'ers' class, when it met at the jome. of .Mrs. Joe Foster ' recently o choose officers, ' . Mrs. -Jack 'Homer is to be first rtoe president, Mrs. Robert Vaught econd- .ylcfe president, Mrs, • J. F. reporter, Mi's. L. M; Sal- nan. 4nd, Mrs, -Louis Tarpley group aptaftis. .'•'.• • Others present, dt the meeting fere Mines, p. p. Low, O. E. Cheat,am, arid W. fl-Lewls. ' Mr, and Mr«, Turner Give Dinner.Bridrge The, TWO" -Six nHll ov, *"«=! + TVWV »»«W I SSJS: Wednesday T eveni off entertained MONDAY • Called meeting of Twentieth Cen tury club at city club rooms, 9:3 a. m, . First Methodist circles- will meel Circle one with Mrs. Sam Shepparc Circle two with Mrs. R. W. Lane circle three with Mrs, H. L. Wilder circle four with Mrs. W. H. Peters First Baptist W. M. U. will mee with the assobiational W. M. IT. tha will be in session from 1 to 4 p. m at.the church. • : Rainbow girls will have a coverei dish dinner, at 7 p. m., followed b a public installation of officers a 8 p. m, in the Masonic hall. TUESDAY El Progresso club will open season with a'lunch at the city clut rooms. • Hopkins Home Demonstration club will meet with Mrs. J,' O. Campbei: Girls! 4-H club'meets in the morn ing. .Business and Professional Worn en's club will meet at city club rooms for a business session. WEDNESDAY Central Baptist W. M. S. will meei at. the church, 1 p. m. . Loyal Women's class will meet a First Christian church, 2:30. • Treble Clef club will meet a' city club rooms, 4 p. m. Mrs, Pete Kelly will be hostess, to Merten Home Demonstration 'club THURSDAY Sam Houston PTA' will meet at 3 p.>m., following an executive boarc meeting at-a p. m. ' Horace Mann PTA will have its first .meeting of the year, 2:30. FRIDAY Garden club will-have'a breakfast, at -a place to be announced Order of Eastern Star, will meet for initiatory work at the Masonic hall, g p, m. •, •. 3 Enrolment Plan at Vincent School of Dancing Announce'4 Kathyyn Bteele of '.the . Vincent, studio of dancing and expression announces that she will personally receive enrolments for the coming term ftll day Saturday. She as.ks former pupils, whether to 1 W*» .. , _ __ • ", f " FfT ' "^ T-J--W • YMpw+tf this fa,U, tp report to her }f they are intergsje| }n participating, i« fin. openhjg program fpr t^e sopool. ON BELT <flv~siivfr term .Will be- tf, ^ iy?ek after Mrs. gteele fo ordef to CLUB ROUNDUP INMcLEANHAS RANCH_FLAVOR Pioneer Study Club Gives Unusual Party McLBAN, Sept. 7. —What was pronounced one of the most uniqiie programs ever given by the Pioneer Study club was led by Mrs. W. L. Campbell when members met on the lawn of the :W. E. Began home Thursday evening for their fall roundup. Members wore- the club brand in club colors. With Mrs. Dam Shelbourne at the piano, Mrs. C. G. Goff sang Little Grey Home in the West, and Mrs. C. O. Greene, Home on the Range. • 'After a few informal minutes, when everyone admired the lovely lawn,- rose garden, and lily pond, shouts from cowboys called mem- be|rs to attention; Mrs, Greene sang When Its Roundup Time for Pioneers; Mrs. Jim Back supervised the roundup by reading a poem written especially for the occasion., She was assisted by the three cowboys/Morse Ivey, Billie Cooke, and Jack Bpgan, who spurred their stickhprse mounts over the lawn to round up groups of 'cattle" which they roped and brought, into the corral made from chairs. After all old members were roped, Jriven, or coaxed into the corrafl, ;wo new members, Mrs, Roger Powers and Mrs. Creed Bogan, were >rought in and "branded." By a previous vote, Mrs. W. E. 3ogan had been chosen -as "Old faithful." Members formed a circle about her as Mrs. Green sang Old Faithful. A chuck-wagon supper of chlll- laVored beans, roast beef, potatoes n jackets, onions, pickles, buns, ipricots, and hot coffee was en* oyed around a campfire; Club members present were Mmes. J. W. Butler, W, L. Campbell, 0. A- Cryer, S. A. Cousins, Greene, O. G, Goff, J. B. Hembree, T. A. Massey, loger Powers, John Harris, Willie 3oyett. H. W, Brooks, Claud Brooks, ihelbourne, Ercy Cubine, Creed Bogan, H. W-' Pinley, p.. A- Davis, , E. Bogan, and J}m Back. Visitors were Misses Frances Noel, Slizabeth Kennedy; Aline Mccarty, ?loy Winn, Lola Ruth stanfield; *trs.. A, R; McKenry, Mrs.' II. O. Javidson, Mrs. Thurman Atkin?, favored with a reading, Out the West Begins. Sinking; school-children of the entire state wilt present one of the outstanding spectacles of the Texas Centennial celebration, according- to plans being launched by the state department of education with cooperation of federated women's clubs. Participation . of this county is assured as the Pampa Council of Women's clubs and public school systems announced last week their plans for sponsoring school Choruses and county songfests. Originated by Dr. L. A. Wood state superintendent of public in struction, the plan in its' broade scope aims, to teach every schoi child in the state a group of song encourage county and district, song fests at which all will come togetl er to sing, and reach a climax nex spring when as many of the state school 'Children as possible wi gather at Dallas, Central Centen nial city, to join in mass singing. * Plan .for District Details are being worked out i schools and clubs. Mrs. George Hereford, music chairman /fo seventh district federated clubs, ha devised a plan that was approve by the state board of education fi this and other club districts. It calls for every federated clu to adopt one grade school, see tha the pupils get records of the chosen songs : that have been prepared un der supervision of the state de partment of education, see that machine for playing the records made available so the children ma learn the songs from memory. •In November or December chl dreh of the county would be brough together for the first songfest. Late district songfests would be helt leading up to the state event. Thes meetings would not be in the natur of contests, as there would be n competition or eliminations. Rathe the entire groups would sing to gether. Aims of Program Leaders in the' movement hop that every federated club In Texa will cooperate, that by March o 1936 songfests will be held in cen tral places over the state, and tha every school child will be able t n^ at least 12 songs from memory Mrs. A. H. Doucette has bee named chairman for Gray county She will work through the school naming assistants in various schoo districts. Women's clubs in the loca council voted last week to join i the plan; Supt. R. B. Fisher an other school leadfers here are en thusiastiq over its possibilities. Records of the selected songs wil be provided at once, and trainin will begin to make singing pupils o all Gray county school children. —:— ^ -. Bobby Hoards Birthday Party Host On Friday Bobby Hoare was host on his fourth birthday Friday afternoor with a party for a group of friends at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Hoare. , Big balloons were given as favor to the boys and ; girls, who enjoyed games and presented gifts -to Bob by. A birthday cake with fou candles was served with ice cream Guests were Marion and Sonny Whitten, Sonja Sue Brashears, Ronnie' Hojlirigshead, LeRoy Kretzmeier Danale Wampler, Sharon and Jtl Chapman, Ann Williams, and Patricia Ann Wehllng of. Bethany Oklst. . , ' Mothers present to assist in directing entertainment were Mrs Hoare, Mrs. L,.N. Brashears, Mrs, Roy Kretaneier, Mrs. Prank chap- man, and Mrs, Ben Williams. i- -^ Gleaners Class Is Given Party Mrs. S. .L. Anderson, teacher of First Baptist Gleaners class, was Topping the Autumn Mode hostess at the monthly social Ing last week. Mrs, L. H. Green, president- was in charge of a btisi- n,ess, meeting when -reports were mad.e by Mmes. T. J, Abbott, M. J. Cash, and MarjrBinford, vice presi. dents. After the class song, Mrs. Anderson conducted the devotional. A solo, Perfect Day, was given Leona Hurst. . Mr& L. ,.. Hawkins spoke on the'topics, Stewards ,pf Time, and. Mrs. Earl O'Keefe of Faith,, pprtein J/vpmftn," ajud ire- rgad by Mrs. Grgen ^A.' Mis,'^9t| r«? Wt H^VWrj'eyents- Among the new hat styles offered for fail is this modified derby type, completely covered with brilliant orange coq feathers which trail downward at the back. Nicole, the designer, intended it for semiformal wear. fflGH QUALITY AND VARIETY OF PRODUCTS MARK ANNUAL H. D. CLUB FAIR OF FRIDAY Bluebonnet club's booth won first place in the annual home demonstration. club fair that was conducted Friday in the basement of First Christian church. Exhibits surprising 1 both in number and quality were shown in this "drouth-year fair.. The winning booth received a prize of $4, Kingsmill club booth, which placed second, received $3, and-McLean club received] $2 for its third-place booth, In the 4-H club girls' contest, Margaret Tignor scored the highest total of points. Beryl Tignor second, and Bennle Mae Wade third. They were given prizes of $3, $2, and $1. All cash prizes were given by the chamber of commerce. Mrs. P. C. Knight of Bluebonnfct club took first, second, and third places in the BaJI fruit jar company contest, a. special division of the fair. Mrs. J. H. Wade of McLean placed fourth. This contest was open to all, with any type o! jars permitted.' There were 155 entries. Best 'products exhibited In this fair will be collected and taken to Amarillo next week for the Tri-Stste fair". Miss Ruby Adams, county home demonstration agent, will be in Amarillo Thursday, Friday, and Saturday assisting In arranging the! club exhibit. A complete list of winners is announced as follows: Canned asparagus, Mrs. C. A. Tignor, Priscilla club, first; Mrs. p. C. Knight, second. .Butter beans,-Mrs. P. B. Parley, Bluebonnet club, first; Mrs, C. McKnight, Bell club .second; Mrs. K. W. Taylor, <Merten; third. Carrots, Mrs. H. B. Knapp, Merten, first; Mrs. P. C. Knight, second; Mrs. E. A. Twentier, Kingsmill, third. Okra, Mrs., P. C. Knight, first; Mrs. J. A. Fowler. McLean, second; Mrs. H, B. Knapp, third. English peas, Mrs. J. C. Browning, Merten, first; Mrs. P. C. Knight, second; Mrs. Chester Nicholson, Kingsmill, third. Other vegetables, Mrs. P, B. Parley, first; Mrs. P. C. Knight, second; Mrs. Ira Spearman, Priscilla, third. Tomato juice. Mrs. P. C. Knight, first; Mrs. E. A. Twentier, second; Mrs. J. A. Fowler, third. Beans, Mrs. H. B. Knapp, first; Mrs. John B. Vannnoy, McLean, second; Mrs, E. A. Twentier, third. Beets, Mrs. O. G. Smith, Kingsmill, first; Mrs. p. c. Knight, second. SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF MEMBERS ARE HONORED College atmosphere was evident in the Country club ballroom Friday evening-— not In decorations but in the gaiety of dancers that included boys and girls who will end their summer holidays and leave this month for more study. The dance was given in honor of college-bound members of families in the club. The only guests were dates of the honorees, and several, out-of-town visitors. Music was by an orchestra directed by Art Hlckox. Members of the Country club house committee were in charge of arrangements. Those who registered In the guest book were Miss Marjorie Buckler, Ben Guill, Miss Katherine Klett of Lubbock, Frank Kelley, Siler Faulkner Jr., Miss Harriett Hunkaplllar, Bill Kelley, Miss Dorothy Brumley, Buck Talley, Tom Rose Jr., Frank Conley, Paul Schneider. Warren Finley, Wilkes Chapman, Bill Bratton, Henry Cullum, Parks Brumley, Miss Dorothy Harris, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith, Everett Willis of New York, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Hicks. Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Swanson. . Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Barrett, Bill Cheatham, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Davis Dr and Mrs. A. B. Goldston, Joe Goldston, w. M. Lewright, Mr. .and Mrs. GUmore Nunn, Mr. and Mrs. Don Conley. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Martini, Bert Curry, Mr. and Mrs. Otto studer. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Buckingham. Mr. and Mrs. John Sturgeon Le, Mr. and Mies' ' Webb, Patheree, Miss Martha Jones. See CLUB'S FAIR, Page 11 BAPTISTS OF THE PALO DURO ASSOCIATION WILL CONVENE TOMORROW FOR 2-DAY MEET Talks By Visitors Elections Are On Program First Baptist church here will entertain the 45th annual session of the Palo Duro Baptist association tomorrow and Tuesday. It will open Mond»y Afternoon with the annual session of Women's H/Bs- sdonary union, Program highlights for the two days include: Monday afternoon, W. M. tr. meeting—Devotional by Mrs. C. E. Lancaster of Pampa. Welcome by Mrs T. P.- Morton, response by Mrs, Sic O'Keefe of Panhandle, Repprts of resident and committee chairman Election of officers. Monday evening—Song service led by J. T. Sizemore o f Amarillo. Organization, election of officers, ap- jolntment of committees, stnd other mslness. Special 'music, Talks on he'general theme of Missions, by J.' T. Sizemore, Amarillo; Milton S Leach, LePors; Guy Newman, Ama- illo; Mrs, R. W. Tucker, Pampa; W. I. McPlvng, Panhandle; J, N, funt, Bprger; Presley Hand, Groom, ". A. Howard, district missionary. Tuesday morning—Talks on the eneral theme of Religious Educa-, ion, by Herman Ope, White Deer; O- 3ey, . Olstrk, Claude; Mrs. ,P. E. Leech, Pampa; Ross A. Smith, Ama-» lllo; J. O. Sizemore, Amarillo; J, D. Hcwton, Amarlllo; j. N. Hunt, Borer; J, I#. KJng, Pampa; M. S, Leech, jePqrs, Special music presented by First ChUrch, Amarjllo, and First Church, Qlaucje. Sermon by Ross Smith' of San. J&clnto church, Tuesday aftersoon— T«ife on th,?en(;, E. M. Puns- on 'OMo MISS BACK AND MR. WOODS ARE TO WED TODAY Marriage Will Be At Home of Bride's Parents' McLEAN, Sept. ?.—The marriage of Miss Emma Back, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Back, aiid June Woods, son of Mrs. C. L. Woods, at the home of the bride's parents this morning wlli unite . two popular graduates of McLean high school of last spring, < The ring service is to be read at 9 o'clock this morning by Elder W. B. Andrews of the Church of Christ. Only the immediate families will be present. Miss Back is to wear a fall dress of dark green with silver trim, and gyeen accessories. For the honeymoon trip (;o Colorado Springs that will begin immediately after the ceremony, she will be dressed in a rray suit. Both the young people have been Active In athletic, scholastic and social events of the high school set. Miss Back was salutatorian of her class, and Mr. Woods was high honor §tu4ent for boys. He was a star guard on the Tiger football squad in. ecent seasons. Miss Back repre- rfed the school In tennis twee irs, going to the regional meet in 4. She was a}so a member of ,the squad, Purteg: fee .p»st she has studied art ~ - Classes Report August Work at A JointMeeting Reports for August were made when representatives of all classes R 0 r,H D ! womJen 's division of First Baptist Sunday school met Wednesday evening. Combined reports showed 23 new members and 79 visitors attending ?™ es durl ne the month. With 198 women above the age of 24. enrolled in six classes, the average attendance was no. Work of the month included 753 visits, 113 cards sent to absentees 76 telephone calls. 39 bouquets sent to the sick, 38 baskets of food given, 18 teachers supplied to other departments, four 'additions to the church, 36 tithers, including two new ones for the month, 51 class officers functioning. : Mrs. R. w. Tucker is superintendent of the department, Mrs.' R. Earl O'Keefe associate superintendent, Mrs. P. o. Anderson secre. tary, Mrs. L. B. Solomon pianist, Mrs, C. E, Cheatham chorister ' Teachers are Mmes. B, L. Anderson, p. E. Leech, J. A. Meek, Marvin Lewis,. Homer Cone,, Joe- B. Foster. All women of the community who are not members of a Bible class.are Invited to join this group each Sunday morning at 9:45. Many Leave White Deer For College WHITE) DEER, Sept. ?.—,Wflitfl Deer will be well represented to various institutions of higher learning with -the opening of terms Ot numerous colleges and universities this year. Morris White and Justin Enochs will attend Tulsa university w)«tfe Justin will pjay varsity football and Morris wjll without doubt be-on tha freshman squad, Erith Grhnes will be a junior ta law school At the State university at Austin. •-•. George Hawkins enters Methodist university at Dallas. - Elsie Feigenspsn »n,d lone will attend -Texas Teph at Edwards sing Bonnie NJchi ~

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