Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 19, 1935 · Page 4
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Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, September 19, 1935
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a unit plan of ac- r. the doming year was the >r _.^. bttsihess at a meeting of • ifm \Chrtsttftn Women's council at the church yesterday. Vnit ttiee'ttngs, a covered dish htnoheon, " couJidl program were In- B- units were formed, each to cOUfc one project of the coun- clli These will meet on the morning <Jf>the third Wednesday in each month. A luncheon will follow, then the regular council meeting, according to the new plan. "idle, 'dramatics unit will produce religious plays for Sunday evening church. Services and council programs. Mrs. John s. Mullen is chairman and members are Mmes. O.i'W*' Stowell, R. M. Sickal, Dick Rh°ades, Bruce Cobb, Ramon Wilson, , H,- C, Jones, Joe B. Jones, Itatnryn, Jones, I. M. Fleming, and W/,S\ "Taylor. 'Martha and Dorcas unit will engage,; in ( welfare work, sewing for the. needy, here, and preparing; foc/d' and, clothing for children • In; a church orphanage. Mrs. Tom Eckerdi Is chairman and present members are Mmes. Hurley Sickal, POM, Hurst, G. W. Dezern, M. S. Jenkins, J. R. Moore, C. A. Clark. Priscilla unit, will be devoted to study-, and personal -work. Its mem- b^rs) are 'Mines. O. B. Robinson, A. • JC'Staggs, Emory Noblitt, C. F. Bastion, Burl Graham, and Mary Homer,in the general business meeting, Mrs. 1 Charles Austin was elected delegate to the national convention scheduled lor next month In San Antonio, and Mrs. Bill Klnzer was named council librarian. ' , Group two had charge of the program, with Mrs. Dick Rhoa'des as: leader. The subject was Moments With the Master. Mrs. Rhoades gave the devotional and Mrs. C. A. Clark a talk on the topic. 'Members present, In addition to those enrolled In one of the units, were Mmes, Warren Potts, Glenn jfqtts, Floyd Coffin, Reese, Bessie Martin, Charles H. Mundy, R. L Aljston, Bob Sickal, Mrs. N. J Graham of Henrietta, Okla., was a guest. _ Stephens S. Wise Protests Against Nazis/to League ; GENEVA. Sept. 19. (fP)— An ap- pe,al to the League of Nations as. seinbly against "cruel persecution 4nd defamation of German Jews" was telegraphed to Dr. Eduard "(janes, president of the assembly tp^ay, by Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, president of the committee of Jewish delegations. Referring to anti-Jewish laws pro- Claimed Sunday after a session of tyip Reichstag at Nurnberg, Germany, the appeal said: "Anfl-tjewish legislation In the tWrd, Relqh represents a regression qf , Medical policy with regards to s, and creates in the heart of Surppe of the twentieth cen- e,. new ghetto for the purpose oppressing and dishonoring the , J.ewlsK people. ' "By outlawing German Jews, by <sarrying on systematically anti^wish propaganda 'the world over $nd by, spreading racial theories which Imply a negation of the very principle of equality of rights for all peoples a,nd races, the policy of the Ijhjrd Reich destroys the basis of modern civilization and the league of.natlons, as the embodiment of the hopes and ideals pursued by the Ablest jRinds of jdl lands." unexpectedly the martial motifs have commanded unusual attention, in recent additions to the fall creations, thus echoing sartorlally the beat, of/ feet mar&liing by European war clouds. Generally speaking-, tne military idea is conveyed through huts and decorative touches. -The beaded passementerie embroidery parades dowij flic front of . the afternoon dress, looking- as snappy as of, cadels; of silk, crepe;, with '. a' grain-like surafce, It's, 'w»rn , with: a velvet ^osiu?, trinimcd with- gay feathers. ' WILL BE HER! TOMORROW TO Market Plans Will Be Discussed by Mis's Hearne State Chief Coming to ? Fair AMARILLp, Sept. 19 UP)— A crowd «$proximating yesterday's peak attendance w«s expected at the thirteenth annual Trl-Sta,te fair 'tpday, Bane's and delegations c^m.e from Deer, Perryton, McLean, , Wellington, arid Dalhart. began pinning ribbons on er$ In the Holstein and Milk- Shorthorn division, the last In livestock department to be were made to extend « welcome to. Governor Clyde ,.,, Qt $gw tyfexieo, who will .,a.'Sunshjne state delegation to tomorrow. $f»pt. 18.- Mrs. Car- raw'e hay? ,. ftaye Vis- Miss Maurlne Heavne, specialist in home industry with the state extension service, will be here Friday afternoon to meet home industry demonstrators and cooperators from home demonstrations clubs of the county. She will tie at the basement of First Christian church at 1:30, to score for standardization of butter cakes made by the demonstrators and cooperators. Club women who are interested are Invited to attend, bringing cakes made according to instructions i-ecelved in the April club demonstrations. Miss Hearne will discuss the organization of a Better 4-H Products market here. These markets, for the sale of approved home products, have been established by home demonstration clubs in many parts of the state. If Gray county women are Interested, Miss Hearne will advise them of preparations necessary to open a market next year. Mrs, Lee McConneU has returned} from California, where she was call- | ed a month ago by the illness of her mother. :ALENDAR FRIDAY Band mothers of B. M. Baker school and mothers of prospective band members will meet at the Baker cafeteria, 2:30. -Regular meetlrig Of Order of Eastern Star is scheduled for 8 p. m., al the Masonic hall. Box Supper for Class and Guests Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bell and son, Billy Frank, of Wirt, Okla., spent a few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones. : -OB. Buster Hays, son of Mr. and Mrs, F. P. Hays, left yesterday for Austin to enter the state university. Reapers class of First Baptist church enjoyed an old fashioned box supper in the church basement Tuesday evening, with a number of class guests. / After games, the boxes were auctioned. Mrs. H: M. Cone's box was judged the most beautiful. It was made in the form of a sailing ship. Class members and their husbands present were Messrs, and Mmes. W. E. Reno, C. L. Stephens, H. M. Cone, J. R; Beacom, and B. G. Stone. Special guests were Mi 1 , and Mrs. W. J. Johnson, Roy Cone, Junior stone, Junior and Anna Bess Stephens, and the two Reno children. Smart Dress For Larger Figures fbe Jabot Collar particularly Suggests youtfoful Line 3v ELLEN What a lovely feeling getting into a new woolen dress on crisp fall days. This season they seem to be Smarter tb*a ever. Today's model is a charming style for women of fuller figure, for it hss slenderizing qualities with its .Y-neck, jabot collar and has bias scams across the hips. The : original was in dark plum Hghtweight woolen with matching tone lustrous satin collar. The two surfaces of black satin back crepe would work out beauti- tulty in this easily made model. Black wool-like silk crepe with white satin cpllw is also a very Smar^ schetne for it. Style No, 448 is designed for sizes 36, 38, 40 42. 44, 46 and 48-inches bust Size 36 requires 4 yards of 39- inch material with % y^rd of 39- inch contrasting for three quarter jleevp dress, Ift the new Fall and Winter Fashion Magazine assist you in as- semblyig your family's fall clothes. There we designs for every type and every occasion. And of course one pf .°H<!. p?rf*ct-fitting patterns is obtainable for e,yery design illustrated. o d§lay I S.end for your copy ' * 1QOK 10 * ,(SPin yt' A ' -Wrw? coin i K-«;^f Delegates and a number of visitors' from Central Baptist Missionary society plan t6 attend a meeting of the Canadian Baptist association in Spearman next Tuesday and Wednesday. Thfe society Will hold its weekly meeting on Thursday next week instead Of Wednesday, it was decided at a session yesterday, ' Mines. John O., Scott,. Davis, W. i. Lane, and G. B. Hllmm are the official' delegates from the society, A. large group'. p.f .members is ex- iected to attend some sessions of ;He convention. ' Mrs. E..Bass Clay was leader of ;he program yesterday, a Bible study J based On the book Of 11 Kings: The meeting was at,the .church. Regarding the program of the Speajfinan cOnventiori, J. M. Sibley of Perry ton, moderator, has made ;he following announcement: '"The' Canadiari B&ptlst associa- lon will hold its twenty-third .annual session at Speafman September 24-25. Hie meeting will oegih promptly at 10 o'clock Tuesday moi-ning and after a devotional led by Rev. T. J. Gamble of .Stratford he organization will be perfected. "The opening sermth will be jreached by Bey. J. G. Brannen of i' 11:30 Tuesday morning. The' missionary sermon' will be prea,ched by Kev. Blonriye.H. Foreman of,"Correrite,, Brazil. The; doc^ ;rinal sermon will be preached by Rev. M..G..Murphy of Higghis.'; "The program will be carried on with the help of Dr. G. W. McDonald of Wayland college, Plainview, Rev. James Howard, district missionary, and Bey. Blonriye Foreman of Brazil. "Indications are that the churches are going to send the largest delegations of messengers to the meet- Ing arid will have completed the best years work In the 'history of our organization/^ Sister Mary's Kitchen BY MARY E. DAGUE Maybe husbands don't leafe home entirely because of that, but an^ Irritating tendency to present the too-familiar dish in the too- obvious way certainly will never help family harmony. And the worst of It is, monotony is frequently sheer laziness. •Hamburger steak is a nutritious dish that appears with too little variation''in many families. Considering that a beef furnishes comparatively few tender cuts, and .these high in price, it's necessary for the home-m'aker to make the less desirable cuts popular. These cheaper cuts are nutritious and attractive if put through the food chopper and freed from gristle and tendons. But used too often in the same way they pall. Veal anl lamb are good chopped just as beef is and dO their' bit toward economical variety in everyday meals. Adds Milk to Meat I add % cup milk to one pound of chopped meat ^before I make it into cakes. This insures juicy cakes Tomorrow's Menu ; 1 Orahge juice, cereal, cream, crisp broiled bacon, muffins, milk, coffee. LUtfCHEOpr:' Eggs baked in hominy, mixed vegetable ; salad, bfiked 1 apples, milk, teaj toasted njuffins. : ; ' '• ' bjjjNEB: Qupd Ifbet soup, creamed veal ori toast, twice baked potatoes, succotash, tomato and cabbage salad, peaches 'A la' Monica,- plj-iih 1 baked peaches" for 'children,'milk, cof-' fee. ' If a name that's easy to remember is any assistance in becoming a movie star, this pretty Importa- 1 tion from France, pictured on arrival at New York, ought to have a meteoric career, for she's known.' as Slmone Simon. She's signed up by Hollywood already. '•• 'after cooking- Then I cook, ope side and season it, turn, cook and season the. other instead of mixing the seasoning in the meat before cooking. Creana<ed veal on toast is good, too. T^o rjiake 'it, scald one cup tjiin cream, Add chopped veal or beef- if you prefer it and cook and stir ita-" til the rijeat is colored, Add salt and pepper, pour over'hot toast and serve 'at; once. ' . - "' Peaches a la Mpnica, Late Elberta peaches are in theft prime now ^nd an unusual and delicious y$y. to serye i?'to'stiiff and. bake them. If you've exhausted your' peach repertoire . try peadrjes* 3 la Monica. ; - ~'Six large freestone peaches, 6 hard macaroons, 2 eggs, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1-4 cup grated a}r monds, 1-2 cup benedictine, 1 cup white wine, 2 to 4 tablespoons sugar. Wash fruit and split in halves, Remove pjf. Take out most of 'the peach) pulp, leaving the skin intact arjd enough of the flesh |;o keep the Calves 'firm. Olj'op the peach pulp $nd a<jfl macaroons which n&ve been put'tlwpugh' the f|ne knife of, the food chopper. Jn ' case your can't supply you with macaroons I found some put'up in tin &t a fancy gyoc^'s. To tBe and macaroon 'niixture add the slightly beaten "yolks of eggs/g tablespoons sugar, almonds cord,iaj. Stir well «n$ fill pea, w(th/th,e mixtoe 1 Arrange in ' PRACTICE FOR COMING EVENTS HELDBY CLU? Benefit Program To Be Given by the Treble Clef Final practice of spngs to be sung in the Tri-State fair contests in Amarillo tomorrow, and in a radio program to be broadcast from the Amarillo station, was held by Treble Clef club yesterday afternoon at city club room, A brief business session was also conducted. The club Is planning to give a program here on Oct. 1, in cooperation with the council of Parent-Teacher associations, to benefit the P-TA fund for purchasing shoes for school children. It will be presented at city hall auditorium. For the radio program tomorrow, vocal solos will be sung by Mrs. J. W. Garman, Mrs. Neil McCullough, Mrs. Lorene Thomason, and Mrs. Ray Huling. Mrs. Walter Stein will play a piano solo, and will accompany the club chorus, to be directed by Mrs. Philip Wolfe In two numbers. A quartet, Mmes. H. O: ROberts-, Frances Stark Sturgeon, Haling, and Thomason, will sing. ! Private Home. Construction Is Increasing WASHINGTON, Sept. 19. Government 'statisticians said today that America's-long Idle carpenters, 1 bricklayers and bther'skllled work-. ers are tw^innlng; to find jobs In the construction of private homes!; , Increased private construction ha^ .drawn the attention Of eponomiste 1 •who jhaye been watering anxiously ' for improvement of-the long-drag- 'gi&g heavy goods industries. They also i found other signs of improver 'mehtj in^'this vital field, along witji some discouraging features, > Isador Jjublh, cbmrhissloner of the Bureau 'of. labor statistics, summar- i'zed ; |he situation -by vpay ing conditions 'ih the bv(114ing industry were "very ^definitely 6n> the rise." He added that ''employment in the hpftvy goods industries generally is improving, although it has a great dlstwQ? .t<o go to reach the level of non-durable goods." • '-^n Inter-office memorandum pre» pared by the statistics division of t|ie federal Jiouslng administration said "the available Information inr dlcates that at last the building in- chistry |s beginning 1 to absorb if® unemployed." ' ! It -warned, however, that there was s|ill a "long way to go" her cause even in '1830, when employ- mept was higher tjian-in any other recent year, it was only 88 per cent * r f MJSBS INJURED go*. IB and First MISSION PROGRAM AND BUSINESS MEETING ARE HELD Election of several officers to fill vacant posts Ih the Presbyterian Women's Auxiliary was conducted at the meeting in the church annex yesterday afternoon. Mrs. J. C. Ritchie was named treasurer, Mrs. F. M. Dial secretary of stewardship, and Mrs. T. D. Hobart seCertaty of the spiritual life group. Mrs. L. C. Neely's report on the Presbyterial' conference at Amarillo last week, and announcement that the Men's Brotherhood dinner next th<J -imffim. *tf l-Ue . Shte'*%iS'«istea ! liy ! Ii*rSr<&. t>, Wil son.' Mte. SteWy 1 tiJMiaa-seng a sdlfl. Sohiethttg for' Thfee.'" ^ Mi's. T. W.'Bwefeteian was leader of tH& lesson. «8t tbtJfb w^S titdmB Missions, Schoots ah'd Hospitals^ anfrMfS. J,'M, MeE^ihg flisotlssed the topic, Are Vduhf 1 tefaptft t3H». frieftdtyT \ ' • < ," Refreshments were served by Mrs. Lymhtt anB'W's. John Andfe'ws to the 28 mdhlberrioresent. MIAMI, Sept. 19.— Mr. and Mrs. Tommy ' ! HorTier of Beavenworth, Kan., are guests itt the M. W, O'LpUghlin hOme. Miss Dona Pursley left today for Searcy, Ark., where she will ente'r hejr ^senior year in Hardln college. M. F. Stephens made a business Mrs. Tennlg Atkins Of fiailas is vislttfcg! hef parents, Mr. atffl"Mft. O; 'g. <seiber. - .' ', 4 Mrs. Rosa Corse and son. , attettded 'the Tri-Stattr fair at Xmi* fllfo Wednesday. ' - ' " ' 5 Mrs. A, E. Locke returned tbday from Laitiesa, Where she •attended the funeral Of Mrs. O. B. MRS, BELL HONORED, Friends of Mrs. t>. L. Bell' gathered at the home of Mrs. J. D. Sfhy- thee Wednesday afternoon ttit an informal hour of entertainment. A shotoer of gifts was presehted to the honoree. Mrs. J. G. Btroup and sort, Jim, left this morning for Oklahoma City to be with Mr. Stroup for a few days. He is In a hospital there, slowly improving after a major Operation. ~ s Ends Sciliiif|||^... A Great Event fpr Afe/?, Woinen am/ Children Fashion in this ,of Shoes You'll never believe $L98 could buy such smart shoes 'until seeing these! .Patterned demi-suedes, plain suedes... some trimmed with patent or calf ... kids or calfskins . . . tailored ties, buckled straps, : new pumps. Also, low heel calf, sports oxfords. SPORTS OXFORDS Brown calf; trouser crease toes. Goodyear welt construction. 'l?or women and girls ;'sizes 3% to a M $2.79... Now Child's Shoes FPATUUE Two styles black calf grain Qxfor4s. Fgqt- bal) Idcmg -on Vjunp, Other with dertri'Suede trim. V/t to 2. Patent Straps (SIfOE WPPS ^^NF *^B^ C Strong leather soles, rubber heels, lined for long yresr, Center Men's Oxfords SHOE WEEK FEATURE Perforated wii?g-tip, orblucber styles. WeU 6tylq4 Black calf grain. Sturdy leather soles and rubb Work Shoes | SHOE WEE^ FEATUHE J Sturdy black elk leather, Strong double pgk leather soles, rub- W, hjftla. Qoodyear welt

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