Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 8, 1935 · Page 10
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 10

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, September 8, 1935
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of wet* chosen 1, election .Wednesday t the. congregation ac- oi the nominating v"*K t f f t jTutap* t . . v §flft«tetefldehts of the. Sunday school a*e Mrs. R. W. TucKlr, wo- ?department; R. B. Oatliri, ,„. - „,., s - O, p. .Ktuber,, ln- P« Mrs, O. A. bavid and 3.' C, tJurham, junior de, Mrs, Wilson Hatcher, primary! Mrs. H. T. Cox and Mrs. A. L. L6& beginner 'departments; Mrs. F. .ft, Bteedftve, cradle roll, with MrLrB. R Brake, as nursery thother; -Mrs. (3. fi. Lancaster, extension, department. Other s.3fficers elected were Mrs. Tom ttbse, iSlanist; Calvin Whatley, president .rten's Brotherhood; Mrs. T. F,' Mbftoh, president Missionary >Clety;,J. A. Meek and B. i>. Ed- rnOridgori,. committee on ushers; Wilson Halohef, property custodian; B; ,fiari , 6*I£eefe, treasurer; Tom Base, chaittrian finance committee; O. O. Huber, educational director and supervisor of Sunday school ari8 S. T. & The, board of deacons for next year Will be elected at the morning worship hour today. Approval was given at the meeting Wednesday. to .the annual .association's! letfef. It showed 298 «ddi- tioiis id the church the past year, $18V?li<Kt in total church gifts for all, purples, and enrolment of 1,142 in JEWnday, school and average attendance of 728\ tertainment.Is Feature in Fair AMARILLO, Sept. 7.—Entertain- nient,. of course, is a prominent feature of any exposition. Wteiri^ women and children go to fall's fo learn more about the country^s, freatest industry—the source, production arid marketing of foods, agricultural and livestock, and to see the. fine arts and other educational material. . JBut they also go to have a good time. , ,And so the Tri-State fair in Aiftarfjlo, Sept. 14-21, the largest ejjposltipn in Texas this year, will be a well-balanced combination .of both,, education and entertainment. Among the major attractions will y,Sadler's three-ring circus, i'w^ll give .daily performances. .rley . Sadler, lon^ known in fj&i Texas as the "emperor of en- tertftinment," especially "in the repertoire field, has purchased the entire' equipment of Bailey Brothers' circus; • _ .Under the new management—he Is the sole owner and manager—the circus will open August 29 at Tulsa, Okla., and. will'play JO,'days in Oklahoma: before coming into Texas and the Tri-State fair engagement. .Every other day during the fair the, -circus will stage a mile-long street parade. • > On the midway will be the Beckmann & perety, shows, .which will come direct from Detroit. This attraction has the latest'riding devices, seen for thp first time at the Centyry of Progress in Chicago and the Pacific exposition in San Diego. Daily honse racing on one of the fafcW tracks in the United States also- will be featured. There will be other attractions, too,, so the Tri-State fair will appeal, to every amusement taste. Jfrize exhibits and record crows are assured. -• TREATED AT CLINIC ; y, .J. Marburger has recently returned from Kansas City, Mo., where hS underwent treatment for correction Of a minor ailment at the Thornton & Minor clinic. B f -. <r.fcm..^j. ^..m. If ,,TU,....,,aa ears 28 Wounds ,The bandages on Sally Alexander's arms and legs and the stains on her dress are mute evidence o£ the volley of shot flred at mill /workers by strike pickets at Pelzer, S. C. Another woman was killed and 22 persons .were injured in the ambush staged wheri workers attempted to pass,tie picket lines. Gainesville's Cidcus to Play Centennial Fete DALLAS, Sept. 7.—Two Gainesville . Community Circus, the only show of its kind in the world, will play the Texas Centennial exposition here next year, according to present plans. Tills three-ring- show, which boasts everything, in the circus line except elepHhnts,- is staged by the citizens of Gainesvslle in Cooke county. There.are hundreds of performers, all .amateurs and coming from every \valk of life in the community. Business men ai'e clowns, .foctety rrwtrpris ride bareback and debuntantfis"swing gracefully from the f]ying',trapeze. When the circus is on the road, business activities in Gainesville .'practically cease owing to the absence of scores of its leading citizens. «». SILK, SATIN AND MUSLIN 'IN' FOB SLENDEH GOWNS LONDON (/Pj—Silks, satins and muslins for evening wear are cut on slender lines with trains. The full skirt'is going out. Seme gowns fasten up the front with slide-fasteners to make them fit closely round the waist and hips; others are tucked 'or gathered. WELCOME TEACHERS! REGULAR PRICES • Shampoo and Wave, dried ........... Oil Shampoo and Wave, dried ..... :.,.;. Personality Hair Cuts ............... .... JSyebrow I$ela'ls ?100, $1,50, &.OV. Pcrmanents ORCHID BEAUTY SALON Tlie shqip' of Reliability and Experienced Operators Combs- Worley Bid?. Sertond Floor, Phone 654 NEW BUSES! THRU Pampa to Oklahoma City Via Shortest Route Leave Amarillo, Tex., 11:00 A. M, Arrive Pampa, Tex., 12:30 P. M. J,eave Pampa, Tex., 18:40 P. M. Arrive OWa, Oify, OWa, 6:40 P. M. NO CHANGP OF BUSES Close Connections to All Eastern Point* JKseJInlnj Chair*. Safe, Competent Wrtvetf 'to the Bast, Northeast and Southeast TIMEj. SAVE JVfONEYl PANHANDLE STAGES, Ino, PAHPABUS TERMINAL CANADIAN,.Sept. 7.—Between 10 r 000 and 15,000 yearlings have beejii sold in. Hemphill county during the. past 00 days. Recent deals: Davis \Vrjghtj 450 head, $36; D. F. Ur,- schel, .1^325 head; Joe Snead 1.2QO early steers .and. heifers, 6 3-4 ai«l 7 3-4 ..cents, a, pound; Box T rancsh in Lipscombrentire calf crop, heifers, 6 4-4 cents a pound and the steers. 8.cents.- ',-.••> <v ••• Approximately ,. $4Q,PO ,• .In wheat and cotton, checks/.arrived nt the iounty agent's office this week. teFORe, SepU- 7rrrlieFor5.,schools opened this week, w.ith a, total- enrolment- of ,728: which is an^inerease over the count at the • end of the first week lost year. The total is expected to be near the 800 mark by the end of ,next week. , The LeFors.Pirates will open the 1935, grid ,seasoni,agninst the Sayre, Okla., Eagles. • .'Western Oklahoma champions, Friday night, Sept. 13. ,,,WHlTk:. i DEER»n,Sept. 7—A total of. more..than 1.POO, Carson counter wheat;,;Checks, totaled approximately $300jOOO. They were received this week. ;, ! .. t . : ..-..,.:; :-.•• /Vhite iDeei: .aehools.;.opened this week with around 800 pupils enrolled. •• .- -.. • .... .' . , . ! Eighteen young 'men and women will leave White Deer next week .to enroll In colleges and universities. Morris White and Justin Enochs will attend Tulsa university. Cecil Merrill will attend Texas Tech. Erith Grimes will be a junior in the law .school at the University of Texas. Nwfa Of Towns MIAMI, Sept. 7.—At a meeting at the First State, bank, August 30, the following .officers were elected: H. E 1 . Baird", president: W. L. Mathers, vice president; J. R. Henry, vice president; ti. ; A. Talley, cashier; C. C. Shield, assistant cashier. Mr. Baird takes the place of the late B. P. Taliey, who died April -10. He has been cashier for the last 28 years., : . \ ,. •, , { •, Wheat checks totaling more thafi 578,000 were, received at the county agent's office Tuesday and are be- ihg distributed 'to Roberts county farmers this week. CLARENDON, Sept. 7.—Ira Merchant won the sixth annual Hillcroft invitation golf tournament Monday over a field, of 5G entrants when B. P. Holmes, Shamrock ace, defaulted in the final match. An application for a $9,600 WPA project for improvements -on : the Clarendon school buildings, and rounds has- been approved-by the district project planning director at Amarillo. • . • •. '; ; •• • ••• Old timers of Alanreed held their Cooperfttioii for a $%W *»» gas-system and a t ilQO,000'—.,.- plaftt was decided u{joh by 1 the City council Tuesday night. An outright grant.of.45 per cent from the federal government will be requested, , - . . j*our hundred and ninety-five students have jti enrolled in the Fan- hanflle school this? Week, ftccordhig to Supt. ft. B. Vaflghn.; ; ~ —«*~j—•— ^— ' '•• Promotion Exefcise To Be Heldb Tohignt M FfrslMetK&Jist Annual Promotion Day exercises for the, First , Methodist church school will :be held tonight-, at 8:08 o'clock in the main - auditorium of the church., . s .- .,< •, .=.,,..'!!•.: Boys and girls being promoted from ,,each department will have part on the program and members of the departments will sit together hi reserved section. • Special honors will be given to those who have perfect records and promotion ..certificates to all those being proniot- ed. The; pa'stoi 1 , ,Rev. Gaston ,-Foote will speak at this service frojn, the subject, "That Child of Yours." Hiftdmans Are Back From Reunion Visit Carnation Flour fi Manu In Texas Mi darriatlori flotir has be'eh a fdvor- te with Texas housewives^'fof many years, being milled by the %ll Mill &>-,; Elevator' company of ' vernon, Texas. " , ', ' • Our mill .is ons of the m6st mod* ern in the.entire southwest, having all the latest improved machinery "or making,, quality flour. Sfernon is. located; ift; one. of the lest wheat producing'belfs in Texaa Hach shipment of Carnation -flour s tested in ouf own laboratory be- "bre it leaves the mllL Camatioh 'lour is sold oh absolutely money Sack guarantee. . ... TJiere, is a coupon in. caoli-. £ttok of Carnation flour which .IS. redeemable in, wm. Rogers & son 35'year gitaranteed silverware. , This. Silverware Is not to be confused with the -*n-----~'-"' ; --- Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hindman. and children, Bobby Lynn and James, were among the 27 children .and grandcihildren of Mr. ,and MJ.-SS A. C. Hindman, who . attended n family .reunion .at Spur last week. The 75th birthday, of.A. C..Hindman was celebrated at his. lionie.,., . All his children, and grandchildren , : were • present. They -included Mr. and Mrs. 0. W; Hindman '.of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. A. W.- Hindman of-.Childress, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hindman of Paducah, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Graves< of Dickens, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hindman of Spur, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hindman of Paispfl, and thelrfamllies. Mrs. M. H. Hargriss was admitted to Pnmpa-Jarratt hospital last night. All makes Typewriters ana Other Office Machines Cleaned, and Repaired.. , .. —All Work,. Quaranteafl— Call JIMMIE TlfcE PAMPA OFFICB SCPEtY ^t •' i Beginning At 2 p. m. MRS. BtULAti MACKEY YATES Notetl 3oufll!ern Cook and , Hptri.6i ficbnohiist, vflll begtri thefhree-D^y We Know you wilt enjoy it v'**^*' 8 why \ve arranged ^o bring it to yoiii 1936 FdOD •'• • v. °^ Platt to attend all Ws ipvife ybw r- come ae sftye^ftftrfent te , v ey goBingMuarasft flbur the housewife win build up a complete set of silverwares in ft comparatively shdrt time, without any 1 cost to her Whatsoever. . Carnation flour is'sttld by some of the Raiding wholesale grocers of Texas, as well as hundreds of the retail grocers. Thfe.H. A. Marr 0ro- .cery. company ol pamprt Is the, job- be*, for CajfnaU&ri flour in this-t, territory, and is available to all retail grocers. • Club Meets ai Canaclikn CANADIAN, Sept. 7.—Members of the: Quarterly Book ,Revie*, club and five guests were entertained in the home,of.Mrs. Frank. Stone Fvl- flfty..The rooms were attractive with bowls' Of gay garden flowers. „ ,. :. Following a four-course.- luncheon the usual session was held. "Slx- LONDON (IP) — "6amouflage might be used to describe the effects of present Was cut styles on the new hand-woven tweed patterned ensembles. interesting diagonal effects are ,f, ' A ftEFTN. Bfltftll afld _ KM Combs-Wof] - The First MetHocllst CKurcK Invites you to hear-,; ELY . s _, fc ! iirt6eh' .year, tilll >.^ioiitti*ti r^cejii wittnf Jof ighest .Monet's in the Panhandle Music F«*»«v*al. High \\Jtt\Jl O ••• &KKY5 * C&IIKACXIAI^*^ -1T1UOB This rVlofning, 10,iSO o'clock - "' ' i • I ' . -\" !'. L= « f ' Sei'nion fc.y Rev, Gaston Footd 8:08 p. Mi. Annual Promotion, Day .Program Pastor's sufcjficl; "that Child of Yours." Follow the fcilht Of the Revolving- Cross tiii M m 1m tm P«te &? rf I WHITE STAR US RANGE! «•« Here is the range,you have '.been waiting for, \y-hy wait longer? The facilities of one ,pf America's fpremost range builders make the price attractive; and assure lasting quality. , Automatic, lighting, automatic heat control, fully insulated ove« 'seamless porcelain tops tha't are easy to; keep clean, broil drawer, utility drawer—everything the ordinary range has I —and more. _ In the vicinity of Pampa there are more White Star Raqges in use than any other 3 brands put together. Ask your neigh- 'bor! As Low As Down .' Payment A Personal Message from Beulah Mackey Yates ."I have been using- the White Star Gas Kang-- :. . . ( . . - . . es from the Texas Furniture Co. every time [ .conduct a cooking- school in Pampa. I find them to be one of the best makes the market affords . . . and the prices are so low every home should have one." »• We Also Furnish Mrs. Yates With Kitchen Cabinet Porcelain Top Tables Pabco Felt Base Dining Room Suite Super-Safe Refrigerator One of the finest features, and th'e best re.ason fo^J?MV»Pg one, is the SAFETY I Carrene freezing fluid will not j?urn, will not^corrode, the freezing unit, will n«jt ex- plodffe—and is non-poisonous. / Many beautiful models on display in our gt'ore for your choosing, T^e CirjinoV ^n» tains every worthwhile convenience feature found in any refrigerator, A for ever;? need and budget, Down Payment \^; *3$%ty $?&$*•&

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