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PAGE FOUR THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampft, Texas WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 6, 1935. BANQUET AND MEXICAN PARTY ARE CHURCH CLASS EVENTS FUN AND ADDRESS ARE ON PROGRAM AT M. E. CHURCH "You're headed in the wrong direction If yon arc easily discouraged," said II. D. Tucker, new Educational director of the First Methodist church, in the main talk at a young people's banquet last evening. His subject was, Stop That Man! He's Headed in the Wrong Direction. The occasion was a chicken dinner at which boys of the department were hosts to girls after losing a recent attendance contest. Debate Solves Question. The address closed an evening of fun, featured by a debate and a womanless style show. Besolved: That Cosmetics Should Be Abolished, was the debate subject. Joseph Hodge and Travis Lively took the affirmative side while Howard Lane and Richard Wilkes argued the negative. An orilon was awarded Howard Lane for the most interesting speech. George Lane, toastmaster, introduced a troupe of "French stylists,' who modeled the latest fashions. Models were A. L. Patrick, James Fo»ter, Bash Barrow, Herbert Ba- blone, B. A. Selby, Lawrence McBee, Baymond Elkins, and J. G. McCormell. Boys Serve Meal. Boys in charge of the tables were Allen Wise, John Mitchell, Bichard Wlnget, and Travis Gee. Women •who prepared < the dinner were Mmes. Foster, Elkins, Barrow, and Wilkes. Other department members present were Jack Price, Opal Kretz, Mrs. Gaston Foote, Burton Tolbert, Betty Elkins, Albert Bolander, Katherine Pritchard, Mary Douglass, Jessie Marie Gilbert, Sarah De Woody, Leona Hurst, Mary Parker, Joe Hodge, George Lane, Odessa Winkler, Velda Bichards, Mftrjorie Saums, Valerie Austin, Florine Macy, Julia Baker, Thelma Seeds, Lucille Bell, Janice Purvlance. Mrs. Boger McConnell, David Hudgel, Paul Nelson, Allan Hudgel, Georgia May Bogers, Corene Steely, Lois Wise, Irene Brewer, Minnie Archer, Yvonne Hendrlx, Ora Johnson, and Mildred Tolbert. Annual Banquet Of Wheeler BCD Will Be Friday WHEELER, Feb. Q.—The annual banquet of the Board of City Development will be given Friday evening at 7:30 in the Ernest Lee building. Wins Dress Contest • Nerine Young, sophomore in high school, won a trip to Corpus Christ} by winning a contest in dressmaking held at the school auditorium Thursday afternoon. Her winning dress was made in first-year home economics class last semester. She will take the trip this spring. Personals Judge W. O. Puett and Commissioner George Hefley made a business trip to Fort Worth Thursday. B. D. Underwood accompanied them as far as Wichita Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Candler, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Graves of Briscoe shopped in Wheeler Saturday. Mack Shirley of Magic City was In Wheeler Monday. The Rev. Adrian Ray of Briscoo was a business visitor here Saturday. The Rev. J. Edmund Kirby, Mrs. Klrby, Mrs. J. M. Portor, Mrs. John Ficke and daughter, Fay, and Mrs. J. D. Merrlman attended a district missionary conference of the Methodist church at Clarendon Thursday. J. M. Rice Will Speak at Church Evangelist John M. Rice of White Deer will preach at the Francis Avenue Church of Christ thjis evening at the mid-week meeting starting at 7. A lengthy congregational song service will precede the sermon. I Evangelist Rice is no stranger to this congregation, as he has conducted revivals here in past years and has spoken here in recent months. He has been known as an outstanding evangelist in his denomination for 25 years. Mr. Rice announces that he will be glad to meet his old friends here. School Singers to f&ppear on Church jjunior police girls of Woodrow D school will sing on the Food, , and, Fun program at the First jdist churcli this evening, This i of glrjs, accompanied by Jean ,„ ,r on the accprdian, has ap- jmred on several school programs. • ; A sing-song end the usual devo- ' Will complete th.e program & supper at GUESTS ENJOY TRAVEL STUDY WITH C^C. CLUB Tiny Countries of Europe Studied Yesterday Three guests enjoyed with members of Civic Culture club one of its travel program series yesterday, when Mrs. C. P. Bradbury was hostess at thje city club rooms. Several tiny countries of Europe were studied under leadership of Mrs. W. B. Murphy. Mrs. Murphy spoke of the Netherlands, Mrs. Katie Vincent of Belgium, and Mrs. Joe Berry of Luxemburg. Transportation and commerce were discussed by Mrs T. D. Alford. The guests were Mmes. E. P. Galloup, H. Edwards, and R. Trlbble, all of White Deer. Members not on the program were Mmes. Luther Piorson, W. Crawford, M. McGowan, H. H. Isbell, V. L. Dickinson, Billy Taylor, Day, Akers, Irvln Cole, E. A. Shackleton, Claude Lard, Paul Jensen, and the hostess. Demonstrator Is Chosen For the Kingsmill Club "Miter the corners of the hems on dresser scarfs and other scarfs, if the hems are more than one- fourth Inch wide," Miss Ruby M. Adams, county home demonstration agent, told members of Kingsmill club at the home of Mi's. Harold Baer Tuesday. Miss Adams had a large display of scarfs and towels, and discussed the quality of material and designs of each. Mrs. O. G. Smith, president, presided over a brief business meeting when Mrs. Chester Nicholson was appointed home industry demonstrator for the year. Mrs. Nicholson plans to standardize angel food cake and canned chicken products. Those present were Mmes. Carl Baer, Joe Brown, W. J. Brown, N. B. Cude, Lewis H. Davis, I. C. Decker, F. E. Elkins, Nicholson, George L. Boberts, Smith, C. T. •Nicholson, A. E. Twentier, the hostess, Miss Adams, and a guest, Mrs. B. W. Littlefield. The next meeting will be on Feb. 19, when Mrs. Chester Nicholson will lead a study of the pamphlet, America Must Choose. •*• Canadian News CANADIAN, Feb. 6.—Miss Ena Bernice Stauber and Monroe Hobdy were married here Saturday. The chamber of commerce banquet is scheduled for Thursday night. Tickets are on sale now.\'.. Mrs. .J...P. Hazelwbbcl 'who-''has been quite ill with flu, is somewhat improved. • . • •'-."• Mrs. ; Mattie Wheelbck~*of. Chickasaw and Mrs. LiHa Lock of Sayre, Okla., are visiting Mrs. W. B. Hext. M. A'., Aldridge of.yAinarillO was here on business yesterday;' •••••' .-'-. CHURCH BOX SUPPER An old-fashioned box supper will be sponsored by the young people's division of the Presbyterian church Friday evening at the church annex. Ladies will bring boxed suppers to be auctioned after a program. Fik Frees Her Every once in a while a true Cinderella tale pops up in Hollywood, and here's one. It's the story of 16-year-old Anne Shirley, above, who has made such phenomenal success of three recent pictures that she has been signed to a contract that will relieve her and her mother from the housework at which they have toiled for years. CALENDAR THURSDAY Council of Women's clubs meets in city club room, 9 a. m Mrs. C. S. Boston will be hostess to Queen of Clubs, 2:30. Mrs. Joe Skerl will entertain Merry Mixer's club. Mi's, Tommy Robinson. 417 Faulkner, will be hostess to Thursday bridge club. Mrs. Harold Ulmer will entertain Happy Hour club. Junior Treble Clef club will meet at city club rooms, 4 p. m. Tatapochon Camp Fire Girls will meet at Legion hut, 4.15. Presbyterian choir rehearsal, 7:30 FRIDAY P.-T. A. Council will meet at the high school cafeteria, board members at 2:30 and general session at 3 Garden club will meet in city club "rooms, 9:30. " Mrs. Frank Kelm will entertain Contract bridge club at her home, 808 N. Gray, at 2:30. Gay-Lo club will be entertained a.t. the- Boy Kilgore home. '"Mrs: W- M. Murphey will entertain the Laff-a-Lott club. J. O. Y. union of. First Baptist church will have a social at the church, 8 p. m. Child Conservation League will meet with Mrs. W. S, Dixon, 610 N;; : Nelson, at 2:30. "Easwrn Star will meet at Masonic hall at 8 "p."hi. 'for initiatory work.' Money, received by Virginia tobacco growers for the portion of the 1934 crop sold prior to December 1 totaled $18,000,000 in contrast to $7,000,000 received at the same time in 1933. .}','•• Dainty Yet Practical Ellen Worth Style No, 959 for school qr "best!'. Designed , ,--, lor sues 6, 8. 10 and 12 years. Size 8 requires 2 yar^s of 39-inch #• material with Y, yard of 35-inch contrasting. Our BOOK OF FASHIONS is 10 cents. Price of PATTERN 15 cents in stamps or coin (coin is pre» ferred). Wrap coin carefully. .• ' , ..... To order, address New York Pattern Bureau, rainjw Paily NEWS.' Wttth Avenw at asrfl Stewt, New Yorfc Pity. Wrtte WMSP *«« & drew plainly. jrJvlw svmher ana size «* tattern wanted, YORT order will be filled the day it to received by our New YOJ& nattarn bureau. - mm m MRS. WHITE INCLUDES SEVERAL FRIENDS FROM McLEAN Out-of-town guests and some from Pampa were Included with Tuesday Bridge club members when Mrs. Sherman White entertained at her home yesterday afternoon. Valentine decorations appeared in game appointments and in the refreshment course. High score for members went to Mrs. P. C. Ledrick, and for guests to Mrs. W. W Boyd of McLean. Club guests were Mmes. C. O Greene, W. T. Adklns, and Boyd all of McLean; Mmes. Howarc Neaith, Sherman Boberts, and Frank Winsett. Members present were Mines. Jim White, Skeet Boberts, G. C. Carlson, Homer Elliott, Boger McConnell, Boy Bourland, 8. T. Beauchamp, Felix Stalls, and Ledrlck. Utility Holding Companies Face FightFor Life WASHINGTON, Feb. 6. (^-Public holding companies faced the prospect today of an attempt to pass federal regulation frankly designed to put them out of business within five years. Legislation for regulation of the holding companies by the securities and exchange commission and the power commission was whipped into shape for introduction In both houses before nightfall. The job of starting the measure's march thru congress was entrusted to Senator Wheeler (b-Mont.) and Bep. Bay- burn (D-Tex.); who attended a White House conference. On the face of a tentative agreement reached in discussions with the president, proposals for a levy to tax holding companies out of existence appeared in the discard, proponents of taxes against such corporations went ahead, however, with plans for a separate measure to obtain some revenue from them. The conference was attended by President Boosevelt, Secretary Mor- genthau, Attorney General Cummings, Senator Norris (R-Neb.), Wheeler and Bayburn. Meanwhile capital observers were speculating as to the administration's tax program in general, and whether any changes in tax laws were in prospect. BPW Club Plans Business Women's Week Observance Business women's week, which is observed annually in March by the Business and Professional Women's club here, received the attention of the club board at an executive meeting last evening. A da'ily feature for observance of the week of March 17 was planned, in accordance with the custom here. The open forum on housing conditions, a winter project of -the club, was definitely scheduled; for that week also. Board members present were Lillian Jordan, Dee Poison, Marie Bas- tln, Louise Whitfield, Gladys Robinson, Mary Lou Downs, Lottie Schneider, Frances Sturgeon, Clara jee Shewmaker, Mabel Gee, Katie Beverly, Mary Runyan, Irene Irvine. P-TA Council Is Postponed For a District Session The February meeting of Pampa Parent-Teacher council, scheduled 'or Thursday, has been postponed ,o Friday afternoon because of a district meeting set for Thursday n Amarillo. Mrs. Claude Lard, president of the council here, is a district vice president and will attend the board session. It will be an important one, as plans are to be made for the annual district convention. Convention dates have been set tor March 21-23, about a month earlier than usual. Local assooia- ,ions will start electing delegates this month. The council meeting here Friday will begin at 3 p. m. in high school cafeteria, preceded by K half-hour board meeting. * PEBBYTON MAN NAMED AMARILLO, Feb. 6. (&)—, B. B. •Cent of Perryton was elected president of the Panhandle Hardware and Implement association at the closing session of the convention yesterday, succeeding T. O. Meinecke of Lubiipck. W. E. Smith of Carls- Ujd, N, 'M., was natned vice-president and Clarence L. Thompson of 3anyon was reflected secretary- treasurer. Miss Johnelle Spencer, who has er^ with Pampa hospital here, has accepted the position of night super? visor in All-Saints Episcopal hospital at Fort Worth. f< : —-*-.— '.'inn?' ' Buy your mad:e-to-measure suit afc. TCAAR Jtn nPh/rninra fAri McLEAN CLUB GIVES DINNER FORJEMBERS Sigma Gamma Club Entertained by Miss Noel M'LEAN, Feb. 6.—Miss Frances Noel was hostess to the members of the Sigma Gamma club at a well appointed dinner Monday evening at 6:30. She was assisted with the serving by Miss Gwyne Carpenter Mrs. 8. W. Rice, and her mother, Mrs. J. M. Noel. After dinner an interesting program on Italy Was heard with Miss Idabel Newman as leader. . A new member, Miss Jewel Biggs, teacher of the Huntsman school was introduced and welcomed. Others present were Clara Anderson, Lillion Abbott, Vera Cummings, Nona Cousins, Jewell Cousins, Clara Dlshman, Winnifred Howard, Odessa Kunkel, Aline McCarty, Elizabeth Kennedy, Idabel Newman, Lucille Rice, Eunice Stratton, Elizabeth Wilkerson, and Mrs. S. A. Cousins, guest. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Butler and daughter, Betty Jay, left Tuesday for Turkey to make their home. Story Of Esther To Be Presented H By Ward Sunday CHICAGO, Feb. 6. — Combining the true elements of the drama— romance, intrigue, heroism, love, and selfishness—the story of Esther has been selected as the fifth of the series of "Immortal Dramas" and will be presented by Montgomery Ward over NBC—WEAF network on Sunday, February 10, at 2 p. m., EST. Thus another famous story from the Old Testament will be drama- tibzed to music in this Increasingly popular program of the air. Faithfully following the Old Testament account, the narrative offers more effective plot situations than any of the preceding programs. The incident of King Ahasuerus' choice of Esther as his wife; the discovery by Mordecai, her uncle, of the plot against the king; and the characterization of Haman, who cunningly took credit for saving the life of Ahasuerus, all serve to set the stage for the dramatic ending. Appropriate selections from, the classics played by a symphonic orchestra and an A Cappella choir will provide the musical background. Class In Texas History Offered Here by College Texas history, a pertinent subject In view of the approaching state Centennial, will be one of the. extension courses offered Here from West Texas Teachers college this spring. Dr. L: F. Sheffy, head of the college history department, is to be the teacher. He is widely known in the state as a teacher, speaker, 'and lead of the Panhiandie-Plains His- '•orieal society. Prospective pupils will meet at the high school building Tuesday evening for organization of the class. The course may ; bo taken '.or college credit, or may be audited jy anyone for a small fee. Texans who wish to review their cnowledge of state history, and new residents who wish to learn sorne- ,hing of the state's colorful, past, will find the course of intere^ Information may be secured by calling Mrs. John I. Bradley. f } THE RIGHT ANSWER *" LUBBOCK—The/%ea\her onNthe ilains has bee,n &yj[ Lawyers jyere luestioning y niferruajxln a / .jn l urder "",. ^urrelljof Shal- J his jjc'cupationp TYlaV '» 1«&c rial and Johh owater was If it'd rain, ,he reply. T ceedlngs for et ey stopped while. farmer," STAINLESS now. if you prefer DR. G. CX. BRUCE SPECIALIST Practlpi of -fiei Skin D the treatment Blood and Ar- First Natl< Pampa Hy Class Used Cars 1933 V-8 Ford Sedan 1931 193Q Che 1931 ?hpws Popular Seniors at T. C U. Miss' Edytho Black, Dallas; Miss Nine Whlttlngton, Yoakum; and Misses Frances Hutchings and Mary JarviSj both of Fort Worth, Crown Prince Is Guest Of Hitler BEBLIN, Feb. 6. (#>)—The rumor that former Crown Prince Friedrich Wilhelm dined today with Reichs- fuehrer Hitler in Hitler's own apartment and at Hitler's special invitation swept Berlin tonight. It has been known for some time among the intimates of both men that efforts were being made by friends to bring the two together. If the rumor Is correct, this would be the first time that the former kaiser's eldest son has sat down to intimate conversation with the present German leader, a man who served as a, corporal in the army of have been named as the most popular co-cds in the senior class at Texas Christian University. tlie Central powers when Friedrich Wilhelm was a general. It was intimated that the two had discussed "pressing political business." BUSINESS HOUR AND TALK ON MEXICO FEATURED A Mexican party was given by Fidclis class of tlie First Baptist church last evening, with Misses Lois Stallings, Zcnobla McFarlin, and Mildred Overall as hostesses at the home of Miss McFarlin. Mexican pottery, handwork, and articles brought from Old Mexico last summer by Miss Alma Ruth Schulkey, a member of the class, were used as decorations and were Inspected by the guests. Miss Schulkey talked informally of Mexican people and places. Mrs. T. F. Morton, teacher of the class, gave a reading, The Starless Crown. Miss EtMyne Murrell presented the devotional topic, Spiritual Aims of the class. In a business session Miss Mc- Fnrlin was elected president and Miss Josephine Cariker third vice president to complete the year. A plate lunch of hot tamales, perfection salad, and coffee was served to Misses Mabel Davis, Catherine Simmons, Hildred Brake, Cariker, Schulkey, Murrell; Louise McLean, Eloise Lane, Letha Harris, Johnnie Davis, Llcwllyn Shelby, Anne Louise Jones, Opal and Vida Cox, Kathleen Milam, Grace Byrd, Margaret Jones, Leonrt Britten, Geneva and Loma Groom, Leora Kinard, Mannie Abbott, and Mrs. Morton. WAS HE SURPRISED? SACBAMENTO, Calif.—Arthur C. 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