Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 22, 1935 · Page 5
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Pampa, Texas
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MORffitm, 22, l9§g. r PA8tr,. 4 OTH CENTURY BREAKFAST WILL BE IN CENTENNIAL THEME! T DATE OF MEETINGS IS CHANGED FOR THE COMING YEAR New officers of the American •Association of University Women's chapter were In the receiving line for the first meeting- of this season Thursday evening-. About 50 members and guests were present .-at city-club rooms. • ft. B., Fisher appeared in Russian costume to speak of his summer trip through Russia, . Germany, France,,and England. He answered numerous questions regarding so- C'lal, educational, and political conditions asked by the group which enjoyed his informal talk. He presented Mrs. Fisher and their son, ' Brent-, who were also in costumes that he purchased on the trip. Mrs. B. Earl O'Keefe, temporary program chairman, introduced the speaker and also Mrs. W. Bruce Peek, whose vocal solo was accompanied by Mrs. Frank Perry, pla- . hist . • Miss Josephine Thomas, new pres- i. tdent, was in charge of the business session. Members decided to meet this year on the third Tuesday of each month instead of the third Thursday, as in past seasons. All iheetlngs are to be at the Schneider . hotel. , Biblical Drama To. Be Presented In Harrah Chapel A' pageant, The Mark of Cain, Will be presented before the sermon- : at Harrah Methodist Chapel this evening in the 8 o'clock service. This is. an imaginative drama based on the Old Testament story. In the cast are Thomas Clayton as Cain, Mrs. Ora Cook as his wife, Bobby Car \ 'bell as the son, Enoch, and Leenanna Cook as the little 'daughter, Ava. The 'Rev. Lance Webb, minister, will speak after- Ward on the subject, The Forgotten Curse. • 'This morning Rev. Webb will begin a series of sermons at McCullough church on Paths of Power. The first subject is Seeing the Invisible. ' SUnday schools at both these churches are engaged in a campaign to raise attendance to 100 each, Promotion day and rally day Will be observed next Sunday. New teachers recently, selected are Miss Lois Wyatt for the intermediate class at Harrah, Mr. Clayton for the the young men at McCullough, and Mrs.- .Ben Chenold for leader of the Junior story jiour. Shower Given by Three Hostesses '• - \« KIN6SMILL, Sept. 21.—A surprise shower was given by Mrs. O. B, iSchiffman, Mrs. Dave Childress. and Mrs. C. D. Paulsen Thursday honoring Mrs. T. C. Carter. Several interesting games were played before the gifts were opened. Cake and Fruit jello in the colors of ; pink and white were served. Guests were Mmes. Jamison, Thorp. Keith, C. Cobb, J. Schmidt, D. Coffman, J. Brewer, J. Eudaley, E. C. McKenzie, W. W. Russell, J. C..Gayries,-P. Wampler, L. E. Russell, H. Mayes, D. C. Paulsen, W. E. Walker, Dodds, Wright, Ed Mills, Eopplewell, Northcut, H.'A. Layne, Juan Rucker, W. Romines, D. Childress, B. Lemons, Roberts, B. F. Buels, E. Hawkins, E. Norman, J. Evans, Doshier, Schiffman, and the honoree. Gifts were sent by Mmes, Cobb, Arthur Skewes, O. P. Taylor, S. M. Flemming, c. L. Austin, J.^Buswald, Fred Hendrfx. i* League Officers Will Entertain Officers who were installed last Sunday in First Methodist Senior League will be hosts this evening at an informal reception on the churph lawn, preceding the regular League program. Refreshments will be served on the east lawn at 6:30. Beginning at 7. a program in xharge of Leona Hurst will be presented. The subject is A Book Worth While, and the main talk Will be by Everett Westbrook. It 'will be given before a huge facsimile of the Bible. ^. 'Preachers' Sons And Daughters to Sing in a Quartet As a special feature of tonight's Service at the First Methodist, a quartet composed of sons and daughters of preachers will sing. The personnel will be Mrs. Lance Webb, Mrs. 0. 0, Dodd, W. V. Jarratt and Rev- Oaston Foote. AH relatives of preachers and missionaries will sit together In a reserved section at this service and the pastor. Rev. Gaston Foote will sp$a,k. frpir, the subject, "Kinsfolk." fifty. .Mr, Foote will speak at 10:60 -, t fro4n the subject, "Sepond e" R04 a. ladies quartet COJJIT Pf Mr* PWUp WoWe, Mrs. Ar- Autumn Bridal Party Is Colorful FUNDS BEING USED TO RUSH CONVENTION PREPARATIONS The October bride in white satin is pictured handing yellow gladioli to a maid of honor who wears a bcuffant gown of orchid silk laf- cta. The wedding gown is- formfitting, with plcatstl cuffs to match tlio neckline. RECENT BRIDE GIVEN SHOWER Officers to Serve Legion Auxiliary Elected McLEAN, Sept. 21.—Mrs. Vestcr Smith complimented Mrs. Tommy Price, who before her recent marriage was Miss Lorene Turman, with a lovely shower Wednesday afternoon. Many lovely gifts were received by the honoree. Those present were the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Alma Turman, .and Mmes. L. E. Willis, B. H. Hoss, June Woods, R. L. K'arlan, Brawley, W. W. Boyd, D. E. Upham, Marvin Marshall, Herman Lee, E. L. Sitter, Charles Cooke, Porter Smith, Henry Lofcer, C. S. Doolen, Ruel Smith, Donald Beall, C. A. Cryer, Y. B. Lee, W. M. Smith, S. J. Dwyer, J. F. Smith Jr., J. T. Hicks. Misses Rebecca Hess, Bobbie Lynch, Pearl Brawley, Marie Watt, Texola Harlan, Cornelia Smith. Those sending gifts were Mmes. Art Blevins, A. B. Bingham, T. J.' Coffey, W. B. Upham, Era Kibler, Ted Woods, S. D. Shelbourne, Ella Cubine, Travis Stokes, Alta Helm, Jim Back, S. M. Hodges, Roger Powers, T. A. Landers. Miss Lorraine Hodges, Miss Marie Brawley, Mrs. Sherman White of Pampa, Harold Hodges, and City food store. Auxiliary Kleclion. Tlie American Legion Auxiliary, meeting with Mrs. O. E. Loekridge nil day recently, pieced a quilt for the Legion home and elected new officers for the year. Mrs. Lockridge was named president, Mrs. Claude Brooks vice president, Mrs. Homer Abbott secretary and treasurer, Mrs. C. A. Cryer chaplain, Mrs. H'ildreth historian, Mrs. Gregory sergeant-at-arms, and Miss Margaret Glass reporter. Others present were Mmes. Eunice Kennedy, H. C. Shoemaker, Harold Rippy, and two visitors, Mrs. Gardner of Fort Worth and Mrs. Brawley. The next meeting will be at the home of Miss Glass on Oct 11. Pioneer Study Club, Mrs. T. A. Massey was a charming hostess to the Pioneer Study club Thursday afternoon when Mrs. J. B. Hembree led an unusually interest- Ing program qn Home Decoration. Two talks, one by Mrs. W. E. Bogan on home furnishings and one by Mrs. C. O. Green on arrangement of flowers, were especlaly helpful. Mrs. Greene showed how to arrange flowers artistically. An instructive parliamentary drill was led. by Mrs. G. O. Gpff. Delicious pineapple freeze and cake werp served to two visitors and 19 members;' Spefcial guests for the aftempop were J$rs. Alvah Alex* «jjdev and. MJTS, H, -p. Shoem,aXer. CALENDAR MONDAY l ( "i!;;!/ McMiodiKl Mh'sioiiiti'.v soc- ipty will mc?l for luncheon at the church, 1 p. m. First Baptist Missionary Circles will meet at 2:30 in homes of circle leaders. McCullough and Harrah Missionary societies will meet fit the respective churches. 2:30. Philharmonic Chorus will have Us weekly rehsarsal at city hall ctuo room, 8 p. m. TUESDAY The Twentieth Century clubs will open their season with the annual breakfast at Schneider hotel. 9 a. m. Mrs. Carson Loftus will be hostess to El Progresso club. Merry Mixers bridge club will meet with Mrs. George J. Cotton, 427 E. Browning. Business and Professional Women's club will meet at the city club rcom, 7:30. WEDNESDAY Child Study club's season will begin with a breakfast at the home of Mrs. Luther Pierson, 8:30 a. m. Faithful Workers class of First Baptist church will have a covered dish luncheon at the home of .Mrs. Marvin Lewis, 909 N. Somcrville, at 1 p. m. • Loyal Women's class of First Christian church will meet at the church, 2:30, for election ot officers. Me/t?n Home Demonstration club will meet at Mrs. Rake's home. A social meeting of Treble Clef is announced at city club room, 4 p. m. THURSDAY Central Baptist Missionary society will have a business meeting at the church, 2:30. Mrs. George Sharum will entertain Eight Hearts club at her home in the Kelly apartments. Clara Hill class of First Methodist church will meet at the church, 7 p. m., for a picnic. FRIDAY Mrs. Carl Dunlap will be hostess to New Deal bridge club. Priscilla Home Demonstration club will meet with Mrs. Norman Walberg, 2 p. m. Marriage of Last Sunday Announced Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Dodson announce the marriage of their daughter, Geraldine Smith, and Floyd Jordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Jordan of Rails, N. M., last Sunday. The couple was married in the home of the Rev. James Todd, who read the ceremony. They were cqmpanied by Albert Jprda.n. Mr, and Mrs,,' Jordan will make . their hprne to Pa.mpa. The music clubs of Pampa bc- llcvc they raised almost enough money at the Pioneer ball and square dance last Tuesday night to finance the seventh district music convention here Oct. 17 and 18. They made about $190 through the dance, and expect to obtain other sums soon according to Mrs. J. M. Dodson. finance chairman. Four-fifths of the pioceeds of the dance was taken in at the ticket window on the evening of the dance. Only a few of the music club members sold many tickets, and many did not sell any. The clubs, the Philharmonic, the Treble Clef and the Junior Treble clef, have already begun to. make plans fcr the convention in which they expect to entertain several hundred cut of town women delegates fioin nil over the Panhandle. Statement Issued The following statement of thanks and appreciation for those who made the dance a success was issued by the finance committee yesterday: "The finance committee of the music clubs of Pampa wish to express their appreciation and thanks to all who helped mako the Plioneer ball and square dance a success. "The committee regrets that more of the members of tho music clubs did not feel it their duty ta assist more substantially in this worthy enterprise, arid we wish to thank those who did help. Appreciate Old Timers "To the old timers, many of whom came great distances we wish to say how much their cooperation and attendance made this a financial success. This committee believes that members of the music clubs en a whole, appreciate the old timers and their efforts to make tho dance a .success, although the clubs were not represented in attendance as thny should have been. We also wish to make it clear that we consider the old-time dances not only as having the elements of true art, but thrilling and civilizing, and that we deplore tho altitude ot any person who would consider them otherwise. "The fidcilrr.s and -callers added materially to the success of the venture and should receive their share of thanks. Mrs. E. A. Shackleton who achieved a thing of beauty in her direction of the grand march deserves our praise. Thanks arc also due Ben Guill for operating the loud speaker; the school authorities for use of the gymnasium; to Mrs. A. H. Doucette for her work as costume chairman; lo those who sold tickets, and to the decorations committc. "To the Pampa News we extend cur thanks for the valuable publicity, as we feel we could not have held the ball successfully without it. "We especially want to thank Archer Fullinglm, general chairman of the dance, for his interest and cooperation, for although not a member of a music club he gave time and thought to help raise tho funds which will be used to present Pampa in a creditable manner before the delegates of the district music convention here in October. The Finance Committee." •*. INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE Epworth league, 7 p. m. Sunday evening, First Methodist church. Young—Adult department suite. Program— Subject: What is a Christian. Leader—Hois Hinton. Scripture—Luke 2:52. I John 3:11-24. Discussions on "Sharing Ideas" by Owen Higgins; "Another Experiment" by Corene Steely; "What is a Christian" by Margaret Tucker. FALL BRIDES SHARE SOCIAL INTEREST OF PLAINS CLARENDON, Sept. 21.— Miss Mary Josstta Chamberlain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Chamberlain, and Robert Virgil Payne were married at the bride's home last Saturday In a service read by the Rev. Robert S. McKee, Presbyterian minister. Miss Chamberlain is a member of one of Clarendon's most prominent pioneer families. Mr. Payne comes of another pioneer Panhandle family, residing in Hall county. He Is active vies president of the Farmers and Merchants bank at Turkey, where tho couple will be at home after a trip through New Mexico and Colorado. Two Clubs Meet PANHANDLE. Sept. 21—Fine Arts club began its season's study last week with a program on Texas music at the home of Mrs. C. E. McCray. Erudite club was entertained at the country hcme of Mrs. J. Lill at its first meeting. Picnic Starts Year MIAMI. Sept. 21.—Child Study club entertained with a picnic for children of members last week, opening the season. Mrs. Lawrence Bussnrd, the former Miss Louise Holland, was honoree nt a bridal shower given by Miss Virginia Nelson recently. Slmu'cr Honors Bride ALANREED, Sept. 21.—Mrs. Harrison Worsham, who before her recent marriage was Miss Mabel Crisp, was hoonred last week with a shower given by Mrs. ,J. P. Elms and Miss Willie Dee Hall. Panhandle Is Topic M'LEAN, -Sept. 21.—Junior Study club launched its season last week at the homo of Mrs. Travis Stokes, with a program on The Panhandle. Visitors Attend Party CANADIAN, Sept. 21.— Misses Sarah McMcans and Margaret Lawrence were hostesses recently with a bridge parly. Misses Mary and Martha Horncr of Bartlcsvillc, Okla., were cut-of-town guests. 80th Birthday Honored . SHAMROCK, Sept. 21.—Honoring Mrs. Kate Williams on her eightieth birthday, 120 relatives and friends gathered Sunday in the grove on the R. C. Braswell farm for a picnic supper. McCoys Arc Hosts WHITE DEER, Sept. 21.—Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCoy of Pampa, former residents here, entertained a group of friends frcm White Deer Wednesday with a camp fire supper at their ranch near Miami. Club Reporters Are Reminded of News Deadlines Reporters who are taking office !n clubs and church societies at the beginning of a new season fire reminded that material for Tho NEWS woman's page must be in the hands of the editor by 10 a. m. for week-day editions, and 12 noon on Saturdays for the Sunday paper. This deadline applies to an-, nouncement, reports, and items for the social calendar. Notice should be given a day earlier, if possible, when cuts- are to be run illustrating a story. The woman's page editor welcomes all items of interest to women. The telephone number is 666. Hostesses for Annual Breakfast ANNUAL EVENT WILL INTRODUCE NEW PRESIDENTS The three women who will relinquish presidential duties in the Twentieth Century clubs at the annual joint breakfast Tuesday morning will act as breakfast hostesses. They arc Mrs. Marvin Lewis, upper left, of Twentieth Century Culture club; Mis. Roy Bcurland, upper right, of Twentieth Century Forum; Mrs. R. B. Fisher, lower right, the Twenctith Century club. They will introduce their successors on the breakfast program. PROGRAMS OUTLINED IN NEW YEARBOOKS WILL KEEP CLUB WOMEN ABREAST OF EVENTS Programs to interest members through the year arc outlined in .vearfoorkH of the Twentieth Ccrt- tury Forum ami Twentieth Century Culture club, just off the press. Bo'h bonks will be distributed to the respective memberships as the club year starts next week. World Progress is the subject chosen for the Forum's course of study, while the Culture club will follow the plan started last year of basing program on new books and current magazines. Beth programs arc designed to keep members abreast of passing events. Special meetings arc included in each program outline, starting with the joint Twentieth Century club breakfast of next Tuesday. Schedule of Forum Meetings of the Forum have been arranged as follows: Oct. 8, Progress in Education. Miss Margaret Buckler hostess, R. B. Fisher guest speaker. Oct. 22, Soil Erosicn. Mrs. Arthur Swansnn hostess, Ben Guill guest reader. Nov. 12, Medicine. Mrs. Arthur Teed hostess. Nov. 26, Engineering. Mrs. M. C. Overtoil hostess. Dec. 10. Bible program. Mrs. Don Conley hostess. Jan. 14, Current Events. Mrs. Roy Bourland hostess. Election of officers. Jan. 28, Aviation. Mrs. Frank Perry hostess. Feb. 11, Modern Arts. Mrs. William S. Dixon hostess. Feb. 25, Modes of Travel. Mar. 10, Texas Day Program. Mrs. Max Mnhaffey leader of a program on the state centennial. Mar. 24, Modern Housing. Mrs. T. R. Martin hostess. April 14, Science. Mrs. Edward Damon hostess. Pampa Chorus Wins At Fair ®~ PRIZE IS AWARDED TO TREBLE CLEF CLUB SECOND TIME First prize of 510 was awarded the Treble Clef club of Pampa in annual choral contests at the Tri-Slate fair in Amarillo Friday. Eighteen members formed the chorus that competed with several similar organizations from this district. They spent the day in Amarillo, presenting a program in the music booth at the fair grounds, and broadcasting a radio program at 2:15. Mrs. Philip Wolfe directed the chorus and Mrs. Walter Stein was pianist.' Numbers sung were the Love Song from Nevin's "Vencsla", and When Through the Night, Liszt-Clarke. This is the second year the Treble Clef chorus has won the fair contest. Members of the chorus were Mmes. W. A. Bratton, Ray Huliug, Everett Westbrook, L. N. McCullough, J. W. Garman, Bob McCoy, Harry Hoare, Francis Stark Sturgeon,. Walter Wanner, C. C. Dodd, Loraine Thomason, Ralph Dunbar, H. C. Price, David Dodge, E. W. Voss, H. O. Roberts. In addition to choral numbers, the broadcast included a solo, Roses of Picardy, by Mrs. Huling; Kiss Me Again, Herbert, by Mrs. McOuUdugh; Waltz of Sorrow, piano solo by Mrs. Stein; and a quartet, Prayer Per- Wot', Stinson, by Mmes. Huling, Sturgeon, H. o. Roberts, and McOu.1- lough. , SCHOOL AND HOME MEALS FOR Menus anil Itccini's Prepared by Department of Home Economics, Texas Stale College for Women. DENTON, Sept. 21. —With the opening of school a new" problem confronts many mothers and housewives not only in the actual preparation and packing of adequate lunches for their growing 'children but in so coordinating the school lunch with the home meals that all members of the family are well served. Where a li'ot dish is available in the school lunch room the task is somewhat simplified but in any case it is necessary that the evening meal take care of shortages in thp school lunch without over-burdening the housewife. School-day Menus. Breakfast: Cream of wheat with top milk, stewed prunes, toast, and milk or coffee. Breakfast: Orange juice, poached egg on toast, and milk or coffee. Lunch (for school): Cream of pea soup (in thermos bottle), bread and butter sandwiches, ripe tomato, apple sauce, molasses cookies. Lunch: Hot cocoa (in .thermos bottle), celery hearts," pimento cheese sandwich, and stewed peaches ; Cream of pea soup with , boiled onions, .baked po- tatoes, brpiftl «nrl butler, molasses cookies with apple sauce, and milk or iced tea. Lunch: Cheese fondue, baked tomatoes, cucumber snlad, bread and butler, one crust peach pie, and hoi tea. DINNER: Baked fish, creamed baked polaloes, spinach, bread and butter, rice pudding, and milk or coffee. Dinner: Baked .eggplant stuffed with fish (leftover), nscalloped potatoes, .slicc.rl tomatoes, ice cream in cantaloupe, and milk or coffee. Recipes. Baked Eggplant Stuffed Wllh Fish: 1 eggplant, boiling, water, 1 tsp. sail, 1 onion, 8 tb. fat, 1V4 cups fish, 1 cup loastcrl bread crumbs, 2 tsp. lemon juice, 1 tsp. chili sauce, 1 egg yolk beaten, 1 tbsp. butter. Remove the stem and wash eggplant. Cut it in half lengthwise and cook in boiling salted water for 10 minutes. Peel and since onion. Saute in 4 Ibsp. of fal until golden brown. Add the shredded fish and mix thoroughly. Remove from the the fire. Scoop out the halves of eggplant, leaving a: shell 10 inch thick and sprinkle the shells with salt. Dice the eggplant pulp and add to the fish mixture together with the bread crumbs, lemon juice, chill sauce, egg yolk and 4 tbsp. of Apr. 28, Chemistry. Mrs. Robert Chnfin hostess. May 12, Exploration. Mrs. A. B. Golclston hostess. May 26. Annual luncheon. Mrs. Gilmorc Nunn hostess. Culture Club Course The Culture club program lisls the following meetings: Ocl. 8, Parliamentary day. Mrs. Carl Boston hostess, Mrs. F. E. Leech leader. Oct. 23, Women in Business. Mrs. Joe Burrow hostess. Nov. 12. Book review, Mrs. Marvin Lewis hostess. Nov. 2C, National events. Mrs. N. W. Gaul hostess, Mrs. Bruce Pralt leader. Drc 1 .. 10. Husbands' evening. Mrs. Lewis loader. Jan. 14. Economic Past and Future, election of officers. Mrs. Clyde Gold hostess. Jan 28, Bcnk review. Mrs. R. S. Lawrence hostess, Mrs. J. E. Murfee leader. Feb. 11. Health day. Mrs. Leech hostess, Ms. A. M. Martini leader. Feb. 25, International News. Mrs. L. L. McColm hostess, Mrs. Gold lender. Mar. 10, Book review. Mrs. Crawford Atkinson hostess, Mrs. Lawrence leader. Mm: 24, News of Education. Mrs. Martini hostess, Mrs. Olin E. Hinkle leader. April 8, Federation day. Mrs. L. N. McCullough hostess. April 22, B:ok Review, Mrs. J. P. Wehrung hostess, Mrs. H. E. Schwartz leader. May 12. Texas Day program. Mrs. C. H. Schulkey hostess, Mrs. Boston leader. May 26, Vacations and Hobbies. Mrs. Hinkle hostess, Mrs. BurroW leader; Friends Entertain In Mrs. King's Home Mrs. P. L. King entertained Thursday with a shower for Mrs. Vern Pendearass. Refreshments were served after the gifts were presented. Guests were Mmes. A. F. Pcnde- gra^'. Sieve Donald. J. O. Myers, W. C. Wilkerson. W. H. Ponder, E. A. Lilbiirn. J. L. Holloman, Garland Jamrjs, Robert Floyd, Virginia Rich- arclsrn. Harnld Briuiaugh, Cv Hard- Ing. L. L. MfCJfe; Miss Jewel Comer and Miss Ethel Fitch. Gifts were sent by Mines. W. S. Riser, ,1re Perry. Ervin Cooper, Orval Walls. J. W. Sexton, and Miss Virginia Dyson. A Texas Centennial theme will mark the annual breakfast of the Twentieth Century clubs Tuesday morning;, opening; the Reason for the three group?. Mrs. (jeraldine Green, dean of women at West Texas Teachers college, Canyon, will be the guest speaker, Varying from the customary pro- grame, which has heretofore featured addresses by the newly installed presidents, the main talk will be by Mrs. Green and the Incoming president will respond briefly to introductions. Twentieth Cenlury Forum Is in charge of the breakfast this year. Mrs. Roy Bcurland, retiring president, has appointed committee chairmen from that club, each to be assisted by a member from Twentieth Century club and one from Twentieth Century Culture club. Hostesses are Mrs. Bourland, Mrs. R. B. Fisher, president of Twentieth Century club; and Mrs. Marvin Lewis, president of Twentieth Century Culture club. Each will appear on the breakfast program to introduce her successor, Mrs. Arthur Teed of the Forum, Mrs. Clyde Gold of the Culture club, and Mrs. F. M. Culberson of Twentieth Century club. Guests will be introduced after the greeting by Mrs. Gilmore Nunn, who is to act as toastmaster. Mrs. Green's address will be followed by the singing of Texas, Our Texas, and a benediction by Mrs. F. E. Leech. The breakfast will begin at 9 o'clock, in the Schneider hotel dining room. Decorations will be in charge of Mrs. Clarence Barrett, Mrs. Jim Collins, and Mrs. Ivy Duncan; Ihe menu of Mrs. Don Conley, Mrs. Clifford Braly, and Mrs. Olin E. Hinkle; Ihc program of Mrs. Dick Walker, Mrs. Tom Rose, and Mrr'^ Carl Boslon. Circles to Meet After New Group Divisions Made The 7 new circles of First Baptist Missionary Union, reorganized for the year last week, will meet in the homes of leaders tomorrow at 2:30. Circle chairmen of each stading committee will be appointed then, and at 4:30 these chairmen will met with general chairmen at the homes of the latter. Personal service chairmen will meet Mrs. Cox at the church, it was announced, and periodical and hospitality chairmen will meet at the home of Mrs. T. F. Morton. Hostesses for the circle programs are as follows: Circle one, Mrs. W. B. Henry at her country home; circle two, Mrs. H. L. Watt, Bluebonnet court, No. 7; circle three, Mrs. R. E. Gatlin, 1033 E, Fisher; circle four, Mrs. J. B. Beacom, 425 N. Yager; circle five, Mrs. C. L. McKinney, 721 N. Gray; circle six, Mrs. .Marvin Frasier, 712Vi West Francis; circle seven, Mrs. Ollie White, 721 N. Hobart. FOOD SALE ANNOUNCED The Altar Society of Holy Souls church announces a food sale next Saturday at Standard food market No. 1. Mrs. J. W. Garman and Mrs. BlymlBcr will be in charge. A large variety of baked food will be on sale, and patronage of Pampa housewives is invited. fat. Fill the shells with this mix- lure and over Ihe lop of each pour 1 tbsp. of melted butter. Bake in oven 375 F. for 30-40 minutes. Creamed Baked Potatoes: 4 c peelert diced baked potatoes, V4 t salt, >A t pepper, 1 t minced parsley, 4 tb butter or other fat, 2 cups top milk or thin cream. Place potatoes in skiljet. Add salt, pepper, butter and milk and cook very slowly until the milk is slightly thickened and the potatoes are hot. Sprinkle with the parsley and serve This is a nice way of serving left over baked potatoes. 1 tb minced onion added to the potatoes while cooking improves the flavor far many persons, Mrs, Morgan Has Table of Guests At Bridge Party Mrs. Ruey Morgan arranged a dainty setting for bridge games Thursday, when Eight Hearts Contract club gave a shower for Mrs, Fred Bozeman at the Morgan home. Three tables were appointed in pink, blue, and white. Table covers had nursery decorations, and places were marked with tiny pink shoes tied with pink, and blue ribbons and holding pink and blue mints. At Mrs. Bozeman's place was a tiny cradle with a doll. The gifts were presented in a bassinet guarded by the figure of a stork. White'cakes, fruit cup, and punch were served after games in which Mrs. Drewie Brown scored, high and Mrs. Frank Roach second high. Club guests were Mmes. Brown, Milo Favor, Raburn Burke, and Ulyss Thome, Members, playing were Mmes, George Sharum, Dallas Culwell, Jake Bass, O. M. Prlgmore, Roach, Bozeman, and Miss Verna Fox. B. M. Baker Band Mothers Choose Year's Officers Mrs. T. O. McKinney was elected president of the B. M. Baker Band Mothers club, when It met for the first time this year Friday after* noon. Mrs. p. 0. Cooksey was phosen vice-president, Mrs. Roy Holt tary and treasurer. A large number of mothers present, Including mothers of eral children new to the bar,d year. The Baker bane) wear its white uniforms, last year Jjirough/ffgrt

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