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PAGE FOUR (THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Patopa, Textt THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31, 1935. TREBLE CLEF CLUB AND GUESTS HEAR FRENCH MUSIC PROGRAM OR FEB. 22 0- SOCIAL AND BUSINESS MEETING CONDUCTED YESTERDAY French music, classical and modern, was heard by Treble Clef club at Us social program yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Hoare, leader, introduced each number »nd told the story of Gounod's life and his best known opera, Faust. Mrs. Harry Lyman -sang the Flower Song from that opera, and a sextet including Mmes. A. N. Dilley, Philip Wolfe, Frances Sturgeon, H. O. Price, Earle Thomason, and Wanner sang the waltz song, accompanied by Mrs. Harry Nelson. The life of Bizet and the story of his opera, Carmen, were outlined by Mrs. Ray Huling. Mrs. W. L. Brummett played a piano solo, Yester- glow. Modem piano composers of France were discussed by Mrs. W. H, Chaffln. The Golliwog's Cake Walk, by DeBussey, typical of modern works, was played by Miss Virginia Bechtelheimer, pianist. Miss Elizabeth Jameson, a club guest, played several piano solos during the informal hour following the program. Tea and cake in a dainty Valentine motif were served by the hostesses, Mmes. W. H. Peters, Dilley, and H. O. Roberts. In the brief business session it was announced that the annual open house program, when all Council of Clubs members will be Invited as guests, will be on the evening of Feb. 22 in the city club rooms. The club will sponsor music week observance here, as in past years, and will arrange the program in which all musical organizations of the city will participate. Mrs. Sturgeon, president, was in charge of the business meeting. She introduced the club guests, Miss Jameson and Mrs, Patton. Members present, in addition to those on program, were Mmes. C. O. Dodd, L. N. McCullough, Sam Irwin, Bob McCoy, E. W. Voss. » EES Classes to Startat Skelly SKELLYTOWN, Jan. 31.—Emergency Education classes will be started at Skellytown, as they have been Uv other towns of this section, at a meeting called for 8 p. m. Tuesday at the school building. M. L. H. Baze of Hopkins, where e. successful adult school is being conducted, will be present to explain the plan of operation. All adults not enrolled in another school are eligible to register, and there will be no cost except for textbooks in some classes. Courses will be offered to suit the demand of students. Suggested classes include pl^ysics, chemistry, engineering, oil field mathematics, and others. H. D. Club Woman Makes Rugs From Material on Hand Five hooked mats and six hooked rugs are the chief club attainment of Mrs. Nettie Attaway, member of Laketon Home Demonstration club this year. Mrs. Attaway is Gray county's oldest home demonstration club member, and among its most alert workers. She worked on rugs and mats at odd moments, using old material found In her home. Her only expense was a small amount of dye. Mrs. Attaway has several rugs on display at the county home demonstration agent's office at the court house. Born to Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Allison of Skellytown yesterday, a son. A II T TBTI-UP Those paying admission to the regular Thursday night dance at the new Pla-Mor Dance Palace tonight Will have the opportunity of attending a show at the theatre with little or no more expenditure. The Pla Mor management again has a tie- up with the theatres whereby 25 cent admission to the Pla-Mor dance, if paid before 9 o'clock, will be accepted as that much credit or a theatre 'admission. Chick Talcott and his popular or- Jchestra will play for the dance. The Talcott organization is returning this week to the Pla-Mor after some time spent in other parts of the country where they played in several large dance palaces. The orchestra, favorite of Pampa people, W#8 brought back to Pampa by the DQpular request of those who heard ffaem here in a previous engage- Went. The dance tonight is In line with th> plans of tljte Pla-Mor manage- naent to bring regularly to dancers • pt Pampa and thfe territory the most 4n entert»lnnie,nt. You will en•, joy the evening so you are urged to ' s&ke pten.1 now to attend. •' -The tegular ffdmlss/on of 25 cents ; aw? a cents per <Jance will be -•- J Adv. Back at Old Trade and Happy "Back to the mine" isn't the punishment for Miss Ida Mae Stuhl that the term implies for most people. A state ban imposed a year ago has been lifted, and she's shown here, back on the job near Cadiz, O., working at the trade she followed for more than 20 years. "I'm happy to make some money to pay off the debt on our house and get off the relief rolls," declares Ohio's only woman coal miner. "Housekeeping- 1 !! be only a sideline for me from now on.' MERTEN P-TA BENEFIT WILL BE TOMORROW Tickets Being Sold For The Chili Supper A chili supper will be .sponsored by Merten Parent-Teacher association tomorrow evening from 6 to 8, at the school building. Ticket sales indicate that a large number will bo )jre.;ent from the Merten community cna from Pampa. Several of the school's best ticket salesmen were selected to work in Panipa yesterday, selling tickets to merchants. Chjili, pies, and candy are being donated by patrons of the school for the supper. I^ovie reels will be shown for en- t"i lumment. Mickey Mouse comedies and educational pictures will make up the program. Music will be furnished by a radio from the Tarpk-y music store here. First Pastor to Address Church Rev. J. S. Huckabee.pastor of Buchanan Street Methodist church of Amarillo, will preach at First Methodist church Sunday night, February 10, which is to be historical day in this church. Rev. Mr. Huckabee was pastor of First church from 1916 to 1910 and was the first pastor after the church was made a station. Rev. C. A. Long, another former pastor, has been invited to preach at the morning- service. CALENDAR FRIDAY. Laff-a-Lott club will meet witr Mrs. R. F. Montgomery. Mrs. P. J. Landry will entertaii New Deal club at her home, 10 S. Wynne. Priscilla Home Demonstration clu will have an all-day meeting an covered dish luncheon at home o Mrs. Clyde Carruth. Merten PTA will sponsor a ben efit chili supper at the school, p. m. Order of Eastern Star will hav regular meeting at Masonic hall, p. m. Members and visiting mem bers asked to be present. LeFors News LePORS, Jan. 31.—Mr. and Mi- Hank Breining , visited relatives ;.J Clarendon Sunday. John Paxton was in Borger Tues day and Wednesday on business. H. E. Barrett transacted busines in Groom and Jericho Saturday. Melford Williams of Alton Is vis iting friends here this week. Mrs. Nettie Paxton and daughter Kathleen, are visiting relatives 1 Fort Sill, Okla. G. Poe left for Seminole, Okla Saturday after visiting Mr. an Mrs. G. H. Butrum. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Griffin re turned to LeFors from a short visi in Breckenriclge last week. 'Self Help" Dress •.V.v.v.v .•.•.•.*.•.•.%".%%••.."-; --.r..-'..-v--,--"'- - .X->>H• V • • r • "* * '-"W^n -V-"---"-7-Ellen Worth pattern for tiny tots. Front closing aids child to dress und undress herself. Style No. 506 is designed for sizes 2, 4 and 6 years. Size 4 requires \% yards of 35-inch material with J4 yard of 35-inch contrasting. Our BOOK OF FASHIONS is 10 cents. Price of PATTERN 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is prefer-ed). Wrap coin carefully. To order, address New York Pattern Bureau, Pampa pally NEWS, Fifth Avenue at 23rd Street, New York City, Write name and a4- drag plainly, giving number and size of pattern wanted. Your order wlU be filled the toy U la received by our New York pajtern MANY MEMBERS TAKE PART ON STUDY PROGRAM An interesting missionary pro gram was given by women of Cen tral Baptist church when all circle of the Missionary union met at th church. Bethany circle presente< the program, with Mrs. A. L. Ed mondson as leader. Mrs. Wood Overall gave th opening prayer and Mrs. E. Bas Clay presented the devotional topic The Great High Priest, from He brews 4:12-16. The Banner of thje Cross in th_ Land of Our Lord, was the lesson topic. Mrs. Edmondson gave th introduction, The Banner of th Cross, and ended the discusslo with a summary, The Banner Shal Wave. Topics were given as follows: Th Christian Banner in Palestine, Mrs R. F. Nicholson; Setting up th Banner in Nazareth and Jerusalem Mrs. R. E. Wan-en; Setting up th Banner in Hafiz and Syria, Mrs. D H. Coffey, The benediction was b Mrs. J. B. Hilbun. Other members present wer Mmes. Owen Johjnson, H. B. Holli man, W. D. Moore, H. B. Chandler Etta GillHam, W. L. Lane, D. M Scalef, G. C. Stark, E. H. McGaha H. A. Overall. A visitor, Mrs. Riggs was also present. Clubs Entertain At Canadian in Events of Week CANADIAN, Jan. 31.—Mrs. Wile Wright entertained the Book clu' with a 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesda; afternoon. Members of the C. C. club an< their husbands were guests at dinner and bridge party at th home of Mrs. George Tubb Tues day evening. Mrs. Grace Spiller and Miss Min nie Tepe left yesterday for Wichit to spend a few days. The 5-year-old son of Mr. atii Mrs. G. H. Hay was severely burnei burned when he fell into a tub o hot water Tuesday. Dan Witt has returned from i business trip to Oklahoma City. Miss Nevela Aldrldge, who ha been employed here, left yesterda; for her home in Wellington. Wesley Johnson left yesterday t visit in Borger a few days. L. A. McAdams : returned from a trip to Kansas-City yesterday . Surprise Party Marks Birthday Of Park Brown A surprise party at the home o Mr. and Mrs. Park Brown Tuesday evening honored Mr., Brown's-birthday. Mrs. Joe Brown and Mrs. Billie Barrett were hostesses. Guests were in "tacky" costumes and spent a pleasant evening playing forty-two and other games Many gifts were presented to Mr Brown, who is an old time resident of this county. Refreshments were served to Mr and Mrs. Park Brown, Mr. and Mrs Joe Brown and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Reford Barrett and sons, Mr and Mrs. Bill Gogger and son, Mr and Mrs. Nat Lunsford and son. Mfessrs. and Mmesf: Bill ^iai iharles Barrett, Ed Gilbert, Ben Barrett, Charley Bell, Harold Baer, Clarence Wilkerson; Mmes. Laura Brown, Jo Ann Northcott; Messrs Redgiel Brown, Max Bell, Mnley Barrett, Prison Hendrix, W. J. Brown, Glen Maxey, Kenneth Gilbert, Earnest Barrett. Misses Katherine Langford, Edith Bell, Myrtle Brown, Helen Biard, Doris and Madge Bell, Margaret Owens, Myrtle Paye Gilbert, Oleo Barrett, Jessie Marie Gilbert, Doris Barrett, Betty Brown, ^ lanning Ability Aids Club Woman "I was able to 'cash in' on train- ng received in home'demonstration lub work," says Mrs. M. L. Robrts of Laketon club. Mrs. Robertas ssisted neighbors, for three days in arming beef and pork, and was iven enough meat to can 100 quarts alued at $35 for her family food upply. "Meat shelves in pur pantry would ave had to go empty had I not done his work," Mrs. Roberts continued. Mrs. Roberts also has ready her ntries for the Airarillo Fat Stock low in March. All Makes Typewriter! *n4 Other Office Machine* Cleaned and Repaired, —All Work Guaranteed— Call JIMMIE TICE PAMFA OFTJCB S0WIT COMPANY. Phone Ml SONG SERVICES UNDER WAY AT McLEANCHURCH Club Program Was Of Recent Interest There McLEAN, Jan. SI.—Saturday af ternoon Mrs. W. K. Wharton en teriained members of the 1934 Cul ture club when a program wa heard on "Late Novels." Mrs. D. E Upham was leader for the after noon. Mrs. W. W. Boyd reviewed "Th Soft Spot." Mrs. Bob Black con ducted a "quiz" on late novelist and tHeir novels, a part of th program in which each membe had a part. Mrs. Boyd also described "Green Pastures" as she had seen it in Amarillo recently. She was fol lowed by Mrs. Upham who alsc gave her personal reactions to th play. A guest for the afternoon wa Miss Ruth BJack of Wellington Members present were Mrs. D. E Upham, Mrs. Wilson Boyd, Mrs Ted Glass, Mrs. Bob Black, Mrs Robt. 0. Davidson, Miss Margare Glass, and the hostess. Services at Church Rev. and Mrs. Horace Erwin singing evangelists, will be at to Presbyterian church each evenlni this week for a song service, afte which Rev. W. A. Erwin, local pas tor, will deliver a short sermon The visitor is a brother to the Rev W. A. Erwin who, has been pasto of the McLean Presbyterian church for the last several years. At assembly at the ward schoo Tuesday morning, they entertained the grade school children; at 1 they were guests at the Lions club for an interesting program. Then they entertained high school chil dren in assembly. Wednesday evening has been se aside as grade school night am Thursday as high school night. Re served seats will be had for th students on these evenings. All ari invited to attend all services. College Offers Several Courses To Pampa People CANYON, Jan. 31.— Pampa citl zens are being offered the service of the West Texas State Teacher college through several subject,. which will be taught there if enough people want them. .-.••• .„*•<« To meet the many questions aske< about the present political situation the department of government i giving a course called "Current Po lltical Problems" open to everyone That Texans may know more o their state. Prof. L. F. Sheffy, heat of the history department will give a course in Texas history or history of 'the great plains. Public speaking for business and professional folk will be offered by Prof. C. W. Batchelder of. the speech department. Dr. B. P. Jarrett of the education department has offered a course during the past 18 weeks and another will be given the last half of the year. Mrs. J. T. Bradley will give information to those interested in identifying themselves with the adult education movement In Pampa. Award Winners Share Bus Trip Sharing a trip awarded them foi securing the largest attendance oi parents at the last meeting of Woodrow Wilson Parent-Teacher association, first grade pupils of Miss Thelma Thorpe Invited the other first grade room at Woodrow Wilson to accompany them ; on a bus trip yesterday. All the children were driven to ihe Taylor dairy farm, where they enjoyed watching the chickens and rm animals. Second term activities are well under way at Woodrow Wilson, Mrs. Annie Daniels, principal, reports. Time is being devoted to prepara- on for county Interscholastic contests, scheduled for March. MISERABLE-WEAK? JF your day begins with backache, headache, or periodic pains, you need a tonic like Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Mrs. H. W. Curtner of 1117 Geyer St.,Little Rock, Ark., said: "I was in a run- own condition ana had headache day after ay. I had barely enough strength to do my oufiework. One bottle of Dr. Pierce'a Fa- orite Prescription helped me wonderfully, felt stronger and better and was relieved ( the headache. The pains la my back left He. too." New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid $1.00. Large ize, tabs, or liquid, $1.35. All druggists. Write Dr. Pierce'a Clinic, Buffalo, N. Y. Dressmaking Let Miss Davis help you plan your Spring Wardrobe. All work Guaranteed, Prices Reatonabje. SJNOER SEWING MACHINE CO. 214 No. Cuyler 089 COMMITTEE IS NAMED AT A MEETING YESTERDAY Choice of a year's study course was left in the hands of a committee appointed from the Women's Auxiliary of the Episcopal church yesterday afternoon in a business meeting. Mmes. Julian Barrett, Earl Powell, and Earle Schelg are members of the committee. Tney will suggest a studj plan for the approval of the Auxiliary at the next meeting. Suggestions were made at the meeting yesterday, and other plans fcr the year were also discussed. Mrs. Prank Perry presided. Mrs. Sowder was hostess at the parish hoouse, and served tea and cake tc eight members at the end of the business hour. a> Girls Club Has Reached a Goal Hopkins 4-H girls club reached its goal in having quality pillow cases as part of its work in bedroom Improvement. All the pillow cases will be exhibited at the quilt and linen show in McLean the first week in June. Officers, of this club are Gwendolyn Couts, president; Opal Pinnell vice president and reporter; Loi; Grossman, secretary-treasurer; Ol lie Marie Grossman, .parliamenta rian. Gwendolyn Couts is demon strator for bedroom improvement Opal Pinnell for wardrobe improvement, Lois Certains for garaens. Miss Pae Davis, county sponsor for girls clubs, is also local sponsor of this club, which meets on seconc and fourth Tuesday mornings a Hopkins school. Chorus Starts to Learn Operetta A change in its name was adoptee by Philharmonic Choir Monday evening, when 30 members were present, and it will be known as the Philharmonic Chorus, Serious practice started on the operetta, Pinafore, to be presented this spring. Plans are being developed for music week and othei spring events. •» Movies to Feature K Chapel Program of First Grade Room Movies, and readings by a guest will be on the chapel program to be presented by Mrs. George Clark's first grade room at Horace Mann school tomorrow at 9 a. m. Numbers by the class rhythm band will open the program, then Mrs. Lance Webb will entertain with readings. The first grade wil present a Mother Goose playlet Movies to be shown include a Mickey Mouse comedy and health reels I Saw a Murder! "I can save an innocent girl's life by telling the jury what I saw—but I must tell whose window I saw H from!" Barbara Stanwyck Warren William Glenda Farrell in "The Secret Bride" Laflora Today Only Jean Muir Ricardo Cortez in "White Cockatoo" r BARBARA STANWYCK In "A LOST LADY" STATE FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING EDMONDSON DRV CLEANERS PHONES 844 »__«. 606 PLANT OFFICE 2200 Adams Hotel W. Alcoek Building Mastadon Bones Are Discovered Near Brownwood BROWNWOOD. Jan. 31 (/P) — Bones of a mastodon, which roamed this section thousands, perhaps millions of years ago. have been discovered on the Miller farm in the Clio community about 14 miles northeast of Brownwood. The find is considered of groat geological im]x>rtance by Dr. E. H. Sellards, director of the bureau of economic geology of the University of Texas, who has been here to see parts of the skeleton. The skeleton eventually will be placed in the bureau's museum at the university. The discovery was made by Chris and Thomas Hoover, who live in the Clio community. They were walking on the Miller farm when they saw what appeared to be a rock in the bank of n drainage ditch which is about 15 feet deep. They uncovered a perfect tusk six feet long and 12 inches in diameter at the base. The youths, members of the Boy Scouts, realizing that the discovery might be important told Scout Executive G. N. Quirl at Brownwood and the three notified Dr. Sellards. He came here at once and made it preliminary investigation and will return later to direct unearthing of all of the skeleton that can be salvaged. In addition to the tusk a molar was found which measured about 10 inches long by six inches wide. Dr. Sellards took it to Austin. He said that the six-foot tusk is the most perfect he has ever seen. It is not decayed, chipped, nor broken. .v. Rules for Making Bed Linens Given Bluebonnet Club To determine the correct size of pillow cases, add an inch and a" half or two inches to the circumference of the pillow, and 8 or 10 inches to tile length. Miss Ruby Adams, county home demonstration agent, told Ulucbonnet club at the home of Mrs. Hairy Britten in a recent meeting. A display of pillow cases and Fhccls was examined by the members. Those present were Mines. John Clnrk, E. E. Clark, Willfrrd McAtl- ams, T. F. Britten, Milt Williams, and the hostess. Read our Classified column*. The 41st Bengal Lancers Will be in Pampa Sunday Watch for them THE REGULAR PRICE OF CALUMET BAKING POWDER IS NOW NEW CAN IS SO EASY TO OPEN / AUDITORIUM FW K E B D 13 AN OUTSTANDING EVENT TO THE THEATREGOERS OF THE PANHANDLE What is, past peradventure, the most distinguished event in the Amusement History of the Southwest is the advent of Z1EGPELD FOLLIES to Amarillo. FOR, THE FIRST TIME this, the acknowledged Foremost of World Extravaganzas, will be seen in the Pristine Effulgence of its Metropolitan Lustre. In times past Number Two or so called "Road" companies have been.sent on tour under the FOLLIES' title, denuded of their original stars and with production attenuated for the hinterland. HUT NOW romcs the ORIGINAL ZIEGFELD FOLLIES with ito Constellation of Luminaries, ita SI*- Dauble-Lcngth-Baggage.Car Production, PRECISELY; to the minutest detail as presented at the New York Winter Garden all last season and this year to a record breaking run at the Grand Opera House, Chicago. I esteem it a high honor to add my personal guarantee to this transcendent attraction. Despite the vast expense of operating this attraction prices WILL NOT exceed those in vogue (or less distinguished musical allows In tha past. WILL H. WINCH, City Manager, Texan Consolidated Theaters, Inc. PBICES $1.10, $1.05, $8.20, $2.75, $3.30 INC. TAX. MAIL ORDERS accompanied by remittance in full (including tax) and self-addressed, stamped envelope will be filled in rotation PRIOR to opening of box office sales. DON'T DE DISAPPOINTED—Buy Now and be assured o' Choice Locations. No Phone Orders accepted— Tickets will not 6« held unles» fully paid—Free List Positively impended. Make drafts payable and Send to Paramount Theater, Amarillo. A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Enjoy the service that this garage offers . . . whether it's gasoline and oil, washing and greasing, a small mechanical adjustment or a complete overhaul job, brake service, wheel alignment .... you can get exactly what you want. MODERNLY EQUIPPED SCHNEIDER HOTEL GARAGE Across the Street West of Schneider Hotel Phone 453 TAXES Pampa Independent School District for 1934 will bei delinquent after Fob. 1st unless the first half was paid on or before Nov. 30th. 1934. Law remitting penalty and interest on delinquent taxes applies to 1933 and prior years, which law is now in effect and will continue until March 15th, 1935. Taxes for 1934 should be paid this month to avoid extra charges.. BOY MoMJLLEN TAX COLLECTOR

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