Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 9, 1935 · Page 2
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* m o SCHOOL OPENS; ATTENDANCE NEW RltCHEN HELPS TO BE GIVEN BY MRS. YATES Prfeest for fndlvfduals, as well as for the Parent-Teacher asoscla- ttohs to which they give their votes, arc offered in the three- flay free Kitchen Cliautauqua which started this afternoon at 2 o'clock In city hall auditorium. Merchants cooperating in the cooking school will give prizes to the' most recent bride, to the woman wh6 comes the longest distance to attend the school, and to many others who are present at each of the, three sessions. The Parent-Teacher association of this territory which receive 1 ,-; the most registration votes will receive a Cosh award of $10, nnd the one placing second will receive $5. Votes will be totaled at the clo.-r- (if the third session. Everyone who attends tiv.iy register each day, at the same time casting a vote for one of the associations In Pampa or surrounding territory. The voter does not have to be a member of an association to register a vote. Leaders of the various organizations are asking all members and friends for their votes. Mrs. Beulah Mackey Yates, with whom Pampa housewives are acquainted after her appearance at post cooking schools, will present new demonstrations and talks each /day from the auditorium stage, which has been furnished as a modern kitchen. She stresses especially the new kitchen methods, those small touches which every housewife, no matter how experienced, needs to keep learning. So her talks are Interesting: to the woman who has been keeping house for years, as •well as to the newest bride. She joins with the Pampa Daily NEWS and the following cooperating firms In inviting every woman in this territory to every day of the free Kitchen Chautauqua. Sponsoring fIrms are: Southwestern Public Service company, Montgomery Ward, L. T. Hill company, Bert Curry, Central States Power & Light corporation, Pampa Hardware & Implement company, Pampa Fruit & Vegetable Market, Gray County Qreamery, Dilley Bakery, Richards Drug company, Hutchins Inc., 'E; 'L. King & company, Texas Furniture company, Surratt's Bbotery, Clayton Floral company, Your Laundry & Dry Cleaners, Anthony's, Singer Sewing Machine company. The following nationally advertised products will be used in the cooking school: Carnation Four, Mrs. Tucker's Shortening, Tabasco Sauce, K. C. Baking Powder, Admiration Coffee. ••= •«•• Friends Surprise Mrs. Jeffreys, 85 Mrs. Isabella Jeffrey was surprised Friday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Olsen, 15 S. Gillespie, with a. party to celebrate her 85th birthday. A poem entitled "Grandma," written by Mrs. Horace Little in honor of Mrs. Jeffrey, was read by Mrs. Guy Noah. After the many gifts were Inspected, ice cream and cake were served. Guests were Mmes. Louise Densmore, Martha Walker, George Reece, George Farley, Noah, Laura Christopher, Ann Coody, L. H. Hunter, Henry Jeffrey, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Little, E. Rice, F. W. Clyma, the honoree, and her two grandchildren, Ella Louise and Emma Jean Jeffrey. Late in the evening Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Comstock and Mrs. John Rhodey called and presented gifts. Seek Legion Auxiliary Presidency Seeking Itadti-^fiiji in 1936 at the nation's lar^ert women's organization, Mrs, Thomas Gnmmle cf Ponca City, Olila., and Mrs. Melville Mncklcstone of Chicago will vio for Hie national presidency of the American Li.'giOn Auxiliary at its St. Louis convention, Sept. 23- CALENDAR TUESDAY Mrs. Roy West will entertain Merry Mixers club at her home, 613 'oFors street, at 2 p. m. El Progresso club will open its senson with a lunch at the city club rooms. Hopkins Hcme Demonstration club will meet with Mrs. J. O. Campbell. Girls' 4-H club meets in the morning. Business and Professional Women's club will meet at city club rooms for a business session. ZG: Mrs. Gamniie, national vice president for. the sotttlifem division, and Mrs. Mucklesfrottc, vice chairman of the national legislative conimlttee, have been nationally prominent for ycai's In the auxiliary. TEACHERS AT WHEELER ARE WEDNESDAY Central Baptist W. M. S. will meet at the church, 1 p. m. Loyal Women's class will meet at First Christian church, 2:30. Treble Clef club will meet at 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 board meeting at 2 p. m. Horace Mann PTA will have Us 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, 8 p. m. ree Honoring Mrs. Claude Bla'cksher, the former Miss Inez Snuggs, a bridal shower was given Wednesday evening by Mrs. Exia Combs, Miss Meryle Snuggs, and Mrs. H. F. McPherson at the home of Mrs. McPherson. Games entertained the guests, who presented many lovely gifts to Mrs, Blaeksher. Those present Included the honoree and Mmes. A. D. Baker, Max Brown, Line, Allen Cumberledge, Bill Cumberledge, Ivie Blaeksher, Albert Nlckles, R. O. McDowell, Jack Danner; Mr. and Mi's Bob Brown, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. McPherson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G-errett; Misses Maxine Turner and Esta Blaeksher. Gifts were sent by Mrs. Pete Cal- grow, Mrs. Eva Anderson, Miss Vivian Campbell, Miss Margaret Bak- THIS IS WHY I CHOSE PASTEURIZED MILK, BUTTER AND CREAM When Milk is Pasteurized it is safe, clean and pure. Take a' tip frpm ( . Mr*« Yates , , , Use Gray County GRflY COUNTY CREAMERY i 4- Reception Friday Is Given by the P-TA •WHEELER, Sept. B. —Honoring teachers of the Wheeler public schools, members of the Parent- Teacher 'association entertained with a reception at the high school bulld^- ing Friday evening. A program, consisting of group singing, a stunt by Mrs. H. E. Nicholson, Mrs. D. A. Hunt, Donald Hunt, and C. J. Meek, a talk by the president of the association, response by Supt. J, L. Gilmore, and two solos by the Rev Taft Holloway were enjoyed. Dandy dolls dressed in the school colors of gold and black were given as souvenirs. Approximately 100 persons were in attendance. To Attend Union. Members of the senior Epworth League of First Methodist church will attend the Gray-Wheeler Union league meeting in. Mobeetie next Thursday evening, beginning at 7:30. Since the Rev. Gaston Foote of Pampa will be conducting a revival at Mobeetie at that time, the devotional hour of the meeting will ibe held in connection with the revival meeting. The social hour and business meeting usual. will be held as Personals. Joe and Wendell Meek, who have been visiting their parents, returned Candy dolls dressed in the school McMurry college. Joe is a sophomore and Wendell a juriior. J. A. Morgan and Earl Farris were in Mobeetie Friday night. L. C. McBee made a business trip to Oklahoma Thursday. Baking Powder Use Explained Because of the increased efficiency of K C and some other baking powders in use today, representing about 80 per cent of the baking powder consumed, they should be used properly to produce best results. Knowing that baking powder leavens cakes it is natural to assume that adding an extra half teaspoon to the amount specified in s recipe will give a cake greater'light- ness. The fact is that too much baking powder may cause sinking in the center, tough, gummy crust, coarse dry ci'umb, or cake that runs over the pan. For best results it is a good plan to follow two simple rules; First, always use the amount recommended on your baking powder can. With K C one level teaspoonfiU to a cup of flour is sufficient. This proportion has been worked out as best for that particular type baking, powder. Second, measure carefully —an excess amount of any baking powder does not produce best results. A level teaspoonful means that you must level off with a knife. K. C. baking powder, which is used by Mrs. Beulah Mackey Yates in the Daily NEWS cooking school, is manufactured by baking powder specialists who make nothing but baking powder—under supervision of chemists of national reputation. The quality is always uniform—K. e. is dependable. Used according to directions it will produce the fines| of baked goods. K C is one of the most economical and efficient of products entering the kitchen. You will be convinced of this by giving it a trial and observing the results obtained. The manufacturers will mail, post* age paid, a copy of the K 0 cook's book if you will send them, your name and address with the slip taken from & Qaji of K 0 baking powder. Bend ypur request to ques M/g. Co., Ohicftgo, ™ fjft tdfe ?_,!< ir r •»«,« r,r. ;<4 I .,*w Sunday Schools Face New Year With Enthusiasm Doug's Fiancee DINNERS ANNOUNCED IN THREE CHURCHES .FOR WEEK Fall activity is In full swing at Pampa churches, with organizations {6v Hie yen* beliig tierfeeted ana several meetings of varlbtis divisions ahntiuticed for tHB com- ingr week, Attendance Increased at alt worship hdurs yesterday, A new board of deacons for the yeai- wa§ elected at First Baptist church yesterday mbi-ning. Mem- bdrs are W. B; Henry, R. E. Oatlln, C, S. Sarrdtt, A. A. Neel, Dr. C. H. ScHUlkey, E. C. Barrett, Herman \Vhatley. Other church and Sunday school officials there were chosen last week. Baptists Convene. That church IS host today and tomorrow to the annual convention of Palo Dtiro Baptist asociation, and Invites the public to sessions this evening, tomorrow morning and afternoon. Men of the First Christian church will have their monthly banquet tomorrow at 7 p. m., with Supt. R. B. Fisher as speaker. The Sunday school observed homecoming day yesterday, with 409 present, and is planning for promotion day soon. Four persons took church membership yesterday. To Honor Students. Young people of First Presbyterian church will be special guests for the congregational covered dish supper Wednesday at.7 o'clock. Those Who will soon leave for college will be honorees, and recent new members will also be especially Invited. A meeting of Sunday school officers and teachers is called for 8 p. m. tomorrow to plan annual promotion day and rally day. There were 140 in Sunday school yestei 1 day. Promotion day was observed yesterday in First Methodist church, with a program last evening In which certificates were presented those graduating from each department. Sunday school teachers and officers will meet for dinner Thursday evening. Attendance yesterday totaled 463. Revival Continues. A revival is in progress at' Harrah Methodist Chapel, with the Rev. Aisle Carleton of Dallas preaching each evening and the Rev. Lance Webb, pastor, in charge of music. The public is invited. Central Baptist Men's Brotherhood will meet at 8:15 tomorrow evening, for a program In charge of H. P. Taylor and his group. All men of the community are invited. That church reported four additions to membership yesterday, and a Sunday school attendance of 134. Francis Avenue Church of Christ had 160 in Sunday school, and three additions to church membership. First Baptist Sunday school reported 663 present, and there were six additions. CHORUS TO MEET Philharmonic chorus will have its fiist fall meeting this evening at 7 o'clock in city hall club rooms. New members will be honor guests at a supper. Sheriff Earl Talley made a business trip to Amarillo today. Slender, blond Lady Sylvia Ashley, sun-glasses in hand and sporting a colorful print bathing suit, is shown above vacationing cm the beach at Lido beacli near Venice, Italy. Lady Ashley, British move actress, is the reported fiancee of Douglas Fairbaks, former American movie star. TRIPS AND VISITORS OF INTEREST THERE KINGSMILL, Sept. S. —Jamye Murry entertained a group of her little friends Saturday afternoon, honoring her seventh Birthday. -After a good time playing games', the guests were served refreshments. Those present were Johnnie'Ruth Wilson, L. E. SWlth, LoUlse Smith, Joyce Davis, Barlene Moi-gaM, Laura. Dean Sheppard, Ruth Sheptaard. Blllie Alexander, Lucille" Smith. Student Honored, Mr. and Mrs. Jdhh Kirby gave a party recently for their son, Selmer, who Was celebrating his birthday and who left the last of the Week for College Station to enroll in Texas A. & M. college. He played 1 with the . AmarllW Sandles football squad froth to 1932, acting as cd-captaih. Personals. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Roberts a«d their guest, Mrs. Rbb'eW mother, Mrs. B. F. McCatley of OikytotV, N. M., have been attending the Confederate reunion in Amaililb. Mrs. McCarley's father, Captain H. Bristol, was one of the oldest veterans present. N. A. Marshall and son, Charles, of Borger spent the week-end here visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Franks. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Franks made a trip to McLean Thursday. Miss Lorene H'arrelson returned home with them. Meeting to Form P-TA at Hopkins Called at Party The get-acquainted party for patrons and teachers of the Hopkins schools at Hopkins community hall Friday night was well attended. Ted Reno and Miss Margaret Hamrick directed games. A meeting for the purpose of organizing a PTA was announced to be held Wednesday at the community hall at 3:10. After the social hour refreshments were served by Mrs. Swindle, Mrs. Pace, Mrs. Abernathy, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Parker. Long Trips End. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Jacobs have •etumed from their vacation. They raveled into Old Mexico, returning by way of Wichita Falls, where they were joined by their little daughter, Nancy Jane. She had visited her randmother there during the trip. "My Skin Was Full of Pimples and Blemishes" Says Verna Schlepp: "Since using Adlerika the pimples are gone. My skin is .smooth and glows with health." Adlerika washes BOTH bowels, rids you of poisons that cause a bad complexion. Fatheree Drug Store and Richards Drug Co. —in Skellytown by Skelly Drug Co. (Adv.) Read The NEWS Want Ada. 24. HOUR MECHANICAL SERVICE "BEAR" FRAME & AXLE WORK COMPLETE BRAKE SERVICE HIGH PRESSURE WASHING SPECIALIZED LUBRICATION SCHNEIDER HOTEL GARAGE OPEV *• "«irr ,^f xnvitmi ALL NIGHT Phone 453 Just West of the Schneider Hotel— -r-Phone 493 INGER NOW ON DISPLAY AT THE COOKING SCHOOL Every dress is easy to make if you make it the Singer Way on a Singer Sewing Machine. Drop in our store and a'sk us to demonstrate the new Singer to you. Let us show you how to sewt Mr. and Mrs. J. G, King and children are at home from a va'ca- iion spent in New Mexico and South Texas. Mrs. King's mother, Mrs. E. M. Morton of Mertens, returned with them for a visit in their home and that of her son, M. D. Morton, and Mrs. Morton, Johnnie McBrlde spent several days in Wichita Falls visiting old friends and schoolmates. B. O. Stone left Thursday for a business trip td Oklahoma. Loralne McBrlde arrived from Dallas for a visit with her parents and brothers. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Harris ftttertd- ed the recent picnic given for em- ployes of the Shell company. Little Bobbie Myers came home Friday with his cousin, Delbert Meeks, who ha'd been visiting in the Wilcox-Magnolia camp. A. F. Mayhew moved his grocery store last week froni the old Arcade building to the Dave Kendriciks building across the street from the post office. Tills gives Klngsmill three grocery stores. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Finch of Canadian, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. White and Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. R. R. Rock Well and daughters, Eva Mae, Bonlta, and Juanita, drove to Amarillo Saturday to visit with Grandmother Finch, who recently returned home from the hospital where a broken leg was treated. Mrs. I. Decker and Mrs. C. T. Pounds have been at Clarendon the past week canning fruit rind tables. They returned home day. j\ W. Weatherspoon of Hereford arrived today and will assist 3. M, Wilson in his meat market At Peon* pa. Mr. Wilson moved his shop from Klngsmili to Pampa last Week, T. E. Floyd and family of Olney are visiting his sister, Mrs. Tolly Jinks, and Mr. Jinks. Clyde and Earl Stuckey of Wichita Falls were here on business this morning. Mrs. and Mrs* T. Duncan Stewart Violinist and Teacher from Academy of Music & Art, Amarillo, Texas, will teach in Pampa at Frcy Hotel Studio cach^Satttr- day 9 a. m. to 10 p. m, Phone 892 for Audition And Rates Coolftnt/ Expert Chooses Mrs. Tucker's Shortening for same reasons over a million southwestern housewives prefer it Creamy-Smooth'«* Factory-Fresh . •. Does not Pop nor Spatter. Highest in digestibility. Uniformly the FINEST QUALITY! J 'Airtight "• > Cellophane-Sealed \ '\, Cartons of Economy, . Hear "Mrs. Tucker's Smile" Programs . . . WFAA . . f WBAP . . . WOAI Mon., Wed., Fri., 12:15 Noon . (*' a_»j.e ». ^ c o'-t i o H n i OH . J XC>.V*1.V-»A.« At The Cooking School Beulah Mackey Yates Is Using Anthony's Beautiful Table Linens Exquisite Oyster White Dinner Set of Pure Linen. Hemmed by hand. Charming Rose pattern. 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