Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 10, 1935 · Page 2
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 2

Pampa, Texas
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Tuesday, September 10, 1935
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Ml Si! AIKED DAfES tOn REGULAR REHEARSALS SET FOR YEAR Chonis welcomed ittttnljefs and entertained sev- «ffil ettests last evening at a covered dWh dinner In city club > rooms, marking the start of a new season. THe occasion was an Informal one, trtth no program and with the busi- lieis session in the form of open discussion of jilans for the fall. •Mrs. J. M. Dodson, new president, was in charge. Acting as one of the hosts to federated music clubs of the seventh district, in convention here nexl ' nionth, will be a major project of the Chorus this year. Members are working now on convention arrangements, including the benefit pioneer ball of next week, and on a liUmber for the convention pro- Meetings for rehearsal will be held regularly this season on Monday evenings at 8 o'clock, in city club rooms, it was announced. Special guests for the dinner were life. J. T. Engle, Mrs. W. M. Koff, Mrs: E. D. Massey of Corpus Christl, O. 6. Spencer, and J. Herman °I/embers .present were Mr .and jlfrs Earl M. Smith, Mmes. C. O. ^iffi'er, H. C. Price, J. Herman Jones, J M. Doflson, Ethel Powell, R. R. Joties, Philip Wolfe, J. W. Garman, At. Pencock, and C. G. Spencer; Misses Helen Martin and Jewel Shaw; Messrs. Homy L. Jordan, E D; Zimmerman, and M. E. DeTar. Members to Fill Club List Named By 20th Century 'The membership list of Twentieth Century club for this season was Med at a called business meeting yesterday morning at city hall club rbbth. Mrs. A. Hi Doucette, former member who resigned for last year, was festered to membership, and Mrs. B'eil Williams was voted a new merri- b'6r Cooperation with the Council of Wbmen's clubs in the city beautification and school music projects recommended at the last council •session was voted by Twentieth Century members. Back to School Party Planned A "back to school" party for the high schcol department of First Methodist Sunday school is planned for this evening at the church. New' members entering the department last Sunday, promotion day, will be special guests. School-room style will mark every detail of the party. Guests are to come dressed as they did for their first day at school. They will be seated at desks. Maxine Wheatley will have charge of classes, Evelyn Bicknell of lunches, and George Lane of the "Friday afternoon program" that will close the entertainment. finest Speaks at Church of Christ IE, CIRCLES STUDY INDIAN MISSION WORK First - Hand Stories Are Told on the Programs Members who have lived or visited among American Indian tribes were on program at circle meetings of the Methodist Missionary society yesterday afternoon, when the chapter on mission work among'Indians was studied in the text, "Toward Chris- tlon America." Mrs. Fred Cullum described the Indian ceremonials she recently witnessed at Gallup, N. M., ahd Mrs. H. D. Tucker spoke on Indians living near Ruldosa, on the program of circle four. Mrs. Gnston Foote was lender at the home of Mrs. W. H. Peters. Mrs. Elkins directed a short business session in which members were reminded to bring gifts for a box to be sent to the Wesley home the last of this month. Refreshments were served to two guests, Mrs. Lou Conklin arid Mrs. W. M. Peters, and 11 members. Mrs. Sam Sheppard was hostess to circle one. After a devotional talk by M'rs. Joe Shelton, the study was led by Mrs. Frank Shotwell. Mrs W. Purviance sketched the life of Jason Lee, early missionary to the Indians, and Mrs. M. E. DeTar spoke of work among the Dakota tribes. A piano duet by Joella Shelton and Mrs. Walter Stein entertained the group, as did a vocal solo by Mrs. Philip Wolfe. Refreshments were served to 10 members. De-Orientalized Cooking School Hints Are Given ,. John Wolf of El Paso, a missionary for the Church of Christ, was a speaker at Central Church 1 <$ Christ here Sunday evening. He 1 tpld of mission work being conduct- I ed in the border city. 1 Attendance was large at services I of tl>e day, with a Bible school at- I tendance of 101. Paul A. Thompson, I liew minister, was in charge. Always sift flour and K C baking powder together at least three times. The more sifting, the lighter, finer texture the cakes, biscuits, etc., will be. To mix a cake, first cream butter and sugar thoroughly, then add yolks, if used. Then, to this mixture, alternately add moisture and the flour that tins been sifted with baking powder and stir until smooth and glossy, adding beaten egg whites after thoroughly mixing. For cakes, have your oven slow to moderate at first, until the cake Is fully risen; then increase the heat, so as to just brown lightly. Here are a lew choice recipes. You will like them. K C Everyday White Cake. % cup butter (4 ozs.) 1 cup granulated sugar (8 ozs.) ]/, cup milk 2 cups flour (8 ozs.) 2 level teaspoons K C baking powder Whites 3 eggs. 1 teaspoon vanilla extract. K C Bran Muffins. 2 cups uncooked bran (3'/a ozs.) 2 cups flour (8 ozs.) l'/i teaspoonfuls salt 2 eggs 1 3-4 cups milk 3VL. tspns. K C baking powder 4 tablespoonfuls sugar (2 ozs.) 3 tablespoonfuls melted fat (1% ozs.) Note: Permitting the bran to soak in the milk for 1 to 3 hours before adding the other ingredients, adds greatly to its palatability. Bake 35 to 40 minutes at 350 to 375 degrees. K C Baiting Powder Biscuit. 2 cups flour (8 ozs.) 2 level teaspoonfuls K C'baking powder 4 level teaspoonfuls shortening (2 ozs.) About 2-3 cup milk or water % teaspoon salt. K C Doughnuts. 3-4 cup granulated sugar (6 ozs.) 1 cup sweet milk 3 tablespoonfuls melted buttei (1% ozs.) 3 cups flour (12 ozs.) 1 teaspoon mace 1 teaspoon salt 2 eggs, whites and yolks beaten sepavately 2 level teaspoonfuls K C baking powder. fflTffiT IN HI <£ Docs this young; woman suggest the Orient to you? That she doe-.n't demonstrate the success of Dictator Kemal Attaturk's efforts to westernize Turkey, for she is his adopted daughter, Miss Zehara Aylin, 17, who is in London to study in English schools. _ CALENDAR TUESDAY Mrs. Roy West will entertain Merry Mixers club at her home, 613 LeFors street, at 2 p. m. El Progresso club will open its season with a lunch at the city club rooms. Hopkins Home 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. WEDNESDAY Central Baptist W. M. S. will meet at the church, 1 p. in. 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 Keliy will be hostess to Merten Home Demonstration club. THURSDAY Executive committee of Garden club will meet with Mrs. Glen Pool, 9 a. m. Teachers and officers of First MOrtE ARE EXPECTED FOR REMAINING SESSIONS A record crowd for opening day attended (he Kitchen Chaulauqua at city hall auditorium yesterday afternoon, and still more women are expected for the sessions today and tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. More than 400 registered yesterday and heard Mrs. Beiilah Mackey Yates, well-known lecturer on cookery and Kitchen short-cuts give an Interesting demonstration in her friendly manner. Horace Mahh Parent-Teacher association was leading in the attendance vote contest after the first sess!6n. Everyone who attends the cooking school is being asked to register, and to cast a vote for some parent-teacher association of this territory. Standings yesterday saw B. M. Briker association in second place, followed by Woodrow Wilson. Sam Houston, Junior High, High School, and LeFors associations. Voters are not required to be merilbers of any asociation to register for their favorites. Some visi- ors to the school yesterday failed o east a vote, and are invited to ndicate their choice at tomorrow s session by signing the bottom line of the registration card. Cash price's are to be awarded the associations receiving the most 'otes during the entire three, days of thfe school, Other individual,' prizes are being given each day also, by cooperating merchants. The sponsoring firms are as fqll&ws: Southwestern Puolic 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 Creamery, Dilley Bakery Richards Drug corripany, HUtcn- 1ns inc., E. L. King & sompany, Texas Furniture company, Surratts Bootery, Clayton Floral company, Your Laundry & Dry Cleaners, Anthony's, Singer Sewing Maphine The- following nationally advertised products will be used in the cooking school: Carnation Flour, Mrs. Tuckers Shortening, Tabasco Sauce, K O Baking Powder, Admiration Coffee to Name Ship }oup!e at Canadian Marry in Home Of Bride DaurirtertoWed CANADIAN, Sept, 10.— Miss Velma Tepe and George F. Carver were married Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs. B. F. Tepe. The ReV. J. I. Brimberry of Helena, Okla., former pastor of First Christian church here, read the ceremony. Miss Vera Tepe and Russell Carver attended the couple. Preceding the service, Herbert Hext arid Tommy Evans sang a duet, O Promise Me. The wedMng.march was played by Miss OjJal fepe. . Relatives arid close friends of the couple Were the only gliestti. Mr. and Mrs.. •Qtirver left immediately after the wedding on a trip to Denver. Alice Cunyingham Johnson, above, Scfialia, Cplo., beauty,, will Honor her; grandfather, Capt. SedaJlla COnygham, a Civil war Hero, wh'cn she christens the new U. S. de- Etrpiycr Conynghiim at the launching ceremonies at Boston on September 14. BAPTISTS WILL CLOSE DISTRICT MEETING TODAY Women Convene for First Session Yesterday Methodist Sunday school will be entertained with a dinner at the church, 7 p. m. Sam Houston PTA will meet at 3 p. m., following an executive board meeting at 2 p: m. Horace Mann PTA will have its first meeting of the year, 2:30. Garden club will entertain presidents of federated clubs with a breakfast at the home of Mrs. Jim Saunders, 7:30 a. m. Congenial Couples class of Firs Methodist church will be guests o the teacher, Philip Wolfe, at hi home, 8 p. m. Order of Eastern Star will mee for initiatory work at the Masoni hall, 8 p. m. LEFT 3 MILLIONS NEWARK, N. J., Sept. 10 (JP)— Thomas Alva Edison left an estat valued at $3,000,000 at the time o his death, Oct. 18, 1931, an Intel mediary accounting filed with com mon pleas Judge Dallas Flannaga in Orphans' court "showed today- Closing a two-day convention of Ba'ptlst churches in the Palo Duro listrict, a program is being conducted at First Baptist church this afternoon. About ZOO delegates were present for the sessions yesterday. The afternoon hour yesterday was a Woman's Misionary union meet- ng. The local union attended this session instead of its regular weekly meetings. Business and a short pro- grarm were included. Moderator W. H. Fuqua of Amarillo was in charge of the evening meeting. J. C. Sizemore of Amai'illo: was' chosen secretary. Dr. G. L. Yates of First Baptist church, Ama- villo, closed the series of talks on missions by speaking of,, the cooperative program. Dr. J. E. Nunn of Amarillo spoke briefly, saying that in his attendance upon associational meetings for more than 60 years he had found no better spirit than is being shown here. He reminded the church representatives that present conditions demand the 'gratitude of all. Visitors to the convention were entertained in homes of local church members last night. -. Miss Nellie Maye, Davidson and Wilbur Killebrew were rntrrriejd Sunday afternoon at .the Methodist parsonage, by the Rev. A. B. English. Personals. Frank Mathers, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Mathers, suffered a serious injury .to one eye Thursday. He was reported much improved yesterday, and was to leave an Amafillo hospital. Homer Brbaiis and Carl Zybach attended a po^tmtisters' convention h Amarillo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hill and family were in Pampa Saturday morning. Roy Finch has. returned from a week-end visit ih Amarillo. Leek White and Carl Stone of Pampa accompanied him home. Mrs. Finch s to spend a few more days visiting in Amarillo. Mrs. Jack O'Neil of Long Beach, Calif., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Eltae Winslow. Teacher Will Be Host at Fish Fry Congenial Couples 'class of 'First Methodist church will be entertained by the teacher, Philip Wolfe, with a fish fry at his home Friday evening. Members are to meet at 8 o'clock. A short business meeting will be conducted, preparing for election of officers next Sunday. The class had 15 present last Sunday. _ ., b One of Louisiana's top-flight social evthts—the marriage of Gov. Oscar Rctly Allbii's only daughter, Joyce Love, 21, above, to Dr. Frederick 3. Stare, 25, Columbus, Wis. —will climax a campus romance that began at the U. of Wisconsin three years ago. After the wedding in the Baton Rouge executive mansion on Sept. 14, the couple will sail for London. Joe Duby of LeFors was a Pamp business visitor this morning. GUESTS FRIDAY TO ftfi PRESIDENTS OF OTHER CLUBS , Presidents of federated clubs of Pampa will be guests of the Garden club Friday morning: at the home of Mrs. Jim Saumlers, where breakfast will bo served at 7:30. ' The meal will be in covered dish sytle, and each club member Is to bring breakfast for two. , Executive board members of the Garden club are called to meet at the home of the new president, Mrs. Glen Pool, Thursday morning at 9 o'clock ' , i. While other clubs of the city are opening their seasons, the Garden club is continuing activity that has been In progress all summer. However, a new club year Is rnarked this month by the presence of Officers who were installed at the last meeting for the ensuing 12 .month's. Checks Malaria In 3 days Colds first day ' DnaliT - Tablets TONIC and M *nw m LAXATIVE Read The NEWS Want Adi. Bay Carter of LeFors was a visitor in the city this morning. WALL PAPER PRICES Greatly Reduced We must move all 1935 patterns in stock. 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