Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 13, 1935 · Page 4
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 4

Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, February 13, 1935
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MOB FOUR fTH! PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Parapft, Taxis WEDNESDAY EVENING, F'EBrltJARlf 18, 1938 FIVE FEDERATED CLUB MEETINGS ARE IMPORTANT TO WOMEN B. M. BAKER P-TA CELEBRATES FOUNDERS DAY AND CHOOSES DELEGATES FOR CONVENTION -o Program Leader LIFE IN MINE AREA IS SUBJECT OF BOOK REVIEW Assignments for the story telling hour conducted weekly by Twentieth Century Culture club were made yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Clyde Gold was hostess. Members will take turns as story tellers. The club program was on a prize first novel of last year, I Went to Pitt College, by Laura Gilflllen. Mrs. A. G. Post sketched the life of the young author, who wrote the book after spending several weeks in a strike town of the coal mining area. Contest Announced. Mrs. K. I. Dunn reviewed the story of her experience among the destitute families of striking miners, strike-breakers, labor agitators, and communists. Announcements regarding contests and plans for the annual district convention of federated clubs featured the business meeting. Story telling assignments for this month and next were made as follows: Story Hour Hostesses. Feb. 16. Mmes. Ralph Dunbar, Dunn, H. E. Schwartz, Crawford Atkinson; Feb. 23, Mmes. Dunbar, A. M. Martini, Jim Collins, c. H. Bchulkey. March 2, Mmes. Martini, Collins, Schulkey, L. L. McColm; March 9, Mmes. McColm, J. E. Burrow, J. P. Wehrung, L. N. McCullough; March 16, Mmes. Burrow, Wehrung, McCullough, C. S. Boston; March 23, BCmes. Boston. F. E. Leech, H. D. Keys, J. E. Murfee; March 30, Mmes. Leech,, Keys, Murfee, T. F. Morton. Mrs. Gold served red Ices In heart shape, white cakes with heart-and- arrow decorations, and coffee, to club members and three guests, Mrs. John T. Glover, former resident who has recently returned to Pampa; Mrs. Turner, mother of the hostess, and Miss Sue Vinson. i* Speech Teacher Added to Studio Staff This Week . Valentine parties have entertained students in the Vincent studio of dancing and expression the last two days. Kathryn Vincent Steele, director, Is giving a Valentine box for each class, and the private pupils are Included for the holiday fun. Increased enrolment in expression classes has resulted in addition of Miss Imogene Hollenbeck to the studio staff. She was graduated fropi Pampa high school last year and is remembered for her performance in "Smoke-Screen," high school contest play. Both the play and Miss Hollen- becks 1 performance took first honors in the state interscholastic contest. She has studied courses in expression and dramatics in Oklahoma City this year, and has had her own class at St. Joseph's college, Guthrie, Okla. Miss Hollenbeck plans to organize also a dramatics class for adults. Mrs. Steele will continue to supervise all songs, readings, and programs directed by Miss Hollenbeck and other assistants. Enrolment in the new expression classes begins Immediately. •» . Circles Welcome Added Members New members were received by Anna Bailee and Lily Hundley circles of First Baptist Missionary union at their meetings Monday afternoon, Mrs. H. C. Jones was hostess to the former group. Mines. Herman Whatley. Cecil Lunsford, H. C. Jones, J. A. Meek, and Robert Lyons were new members. Others present were Mmes. Floyd Yeager, B. F. Hoover, Calvin WhfLtley, Harvey Anderson, Dee Campbell, Edward Pierce, John Beekman, Smith, Ollie White, J. A. Arwood, D. B. Jamison, E. V. Davis, Wilson Hatcher, Ernest Fletcher, J. O. Roundtree, R. E. Gatlin. Mrs. Gatlin led the study of Keys to the Kingdom, after sentence prayers and a business session. Lily Hundley circle met with Blanche Rose Walker circle at the church. Mmes. Billy Martin, C. P. Madison, and Hughes were new members. Mines. G. H. Covington, Pavid Campbell, C. P. Fisher, H. E. Crocker, R. C. O'Keefe, and K. T. May were others jn attendance. DORCAS CLASS METING Dorcas class of Central Baptist church will have a business meeting at the church tomorrow afternoon. All members are asked to attend. Buy your made-to-measure suit at Kees .& Thomas. (Adv.) Mrs. A. C. Green will be leader of the founders day program at Horace Honn Parent-Teacher association tomorrow afternoon, when a pageant, talk, and music will honor the anniversary of the national organization. CHILDREN WILL FEATURE P-TA FOUNDERS DAY Horace Mann Uni1 Will Meet at School "The Child Foresquare" is the subject of the founders day pageant to be presented at Horace Mann Parent-Teacher association's meeting tomorrow afternoon. Based on the Bible verse, "Anc the child increased in wisdom anc stature and in favor with God and man," the pageant will include a: characters Geraldine Smith, repre senting ail children; Freddie At kins, representing wisdom; Dorothy Nell Trimble, health; Aub/rej Greene, spiritual grace; Ernestine Matthews, citizenship. Mrs. J. M: Turner, a former president of the asociation; Miss Josephine Thomas, Horace Mann principal, and Mrs. A. L. Burge, president this year, will appear in a candle lighting ceremony. M. L. H. Baze, superintendent of Hopkins schools, will be th)e speaker. His subject is, "Who Will Build the Curriculum?" Mrs. A. C. Green is to be program leader. The invocation will be given by the Rev. E H. McGaha, and the Horace Mam chorus, composed of 70 costumec children, will sing. An executive board meeting o the association was held at th school yesterday, with Mmes. Burge Charter Members Are Pres'ent in Crowd Of 100. Three charter members of B. M. Baker PTA were among the more han 100 persons present for the ounders day program yesterday af- :ernoon. They were Principal J. A. Meek, Mmes. Claude Lard and R. K. Douglas. Mrs. Lard gave a brief history of ,he national Parent-Teacher assoc- ation, and Mrs. Cecil Lunsford of Baker association. Important business was Included with the program. Miss Beatrice Drew, Mrs. C. E. Simmons, Mrs. lUnsford, and Mr. Meek were appointed as a nominating committee. Delegates elected for the district ionvention next month were Mmes. H. T. Cox, C. E. Simmons, Henry Symonds, Roy Holt, Lunsfords, and Mr. Meek. Alternates were Mmes. M. D. Dwlght, J. M. Miller, Earl Roof, and Douglas. Mrs. Dwlght was appointed room mother for Miss Martha Wulfman's room and Mrs. Palmer for Mrs. Dunbar's room. The Rev. Gaston Foote, First Methodist pastor, was the speaker. Discussing "The Youth of Tomorrow," he said in part, "The home is an educative force In the making of personality. The youth of tomorrow is the sum total of the educational forces today, and one of the chief of these forces Is the motion picture. Adult education is a growing need. Children should be allowed to make their own decisions when possible, but with adult guidance." Miss Evelyn Shanklin directed a playlet, Queen of Hearts, and little Daphie Keesee gave a reading. A story book was awarded Miss Wrjffman's room, reprfe!\3(nted by the most .mothers at the meeting. Plans were made for a chili supper on Feb. 21. Mmes. Lard, Lunsford, and Roof will be in charge of the chili, Mmes. Cox and Bell of pies, and Mmes. G. B. Carmack, T. O. McKinney, and Holt of dishes. Refreshments were served by Mmes. McKinney, Dwight, Homer Simmons, and Sutton. ' «> Miami News MIAMI, Feb. 13. —Mrs. W. F. Locke was the charming hostess to the Child Study club Tuesday afternoon. The Lions club had their monthly dinner at the hotel Monday evening. Several out-of-town guests attended. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Seiber, C. S. Seiber, and Mrs. Holt Barber attended business in Amarillo Tuesday. Judge E. F. Ritchey is transacting business in Chicago this week. Miss Easta Smith is spending a few days with her mother near LeFors this week. Lee R. Banks of Pampa was a business visitor in Miami Tuesday morning. MRS. TODD PRESENTS OUTLINES OF TWO BEST SELLERS Two best-selling novels of the year were reviewed for El Progresso club yesterday afternoon, when it met with Mrs. C. P. Buckler. Mrs. James Todd Jr., city librarian, was in charge of the program. She first reviewed "Goodbye, Mr. Chips," by James Hilton, the story of a boy's school in England in which Mr. Chips began as a young instructor and rose to head the school. He Is characterized as a good teacher and a lover of boys, one who had a keen insight into the youngsters' minds, who made his home free to the students, and whose passing was mourned by boys and teachers alike. Very different in locale and characterization was the other book, So Red the Rose," Stark Young's tory of the old south and the Civil var. Its scenes are largely around Natchez, Miss., and the book depicts ntlmately the lives of two proml- >ent families in those stirring times. Members present for the program and informal social period were VTmes. John V. Andrews, George Brlggs, W. M. Craven, W. R. EWlng, C. T. Hunkapillar, Lee Ledrick, P. Ledrick, Carson Loftus, Dave e, W. Purvlsnce, John K. Sweet, Charles Thut, Todd, George Wald, and the Hostess. On PTA Program loom Mrs. J. A. Meek, shown above, will be the main speaker at Wood- Wilson Parent-Teacher association's program tomorrow honoring founders day. She will speak on the subject, Significance of Founders Day. E. O. Smith, A. Pollock, J. L. Lester, Turner, and Miss Thiomas present. Town or Country New 1935 Patterns in WALLPAPER Now on Hand See TherV a*. 509 E Ellen Worth Style No. 942—Make a two-piece dress or separate blouse or skirt 1 Designed for sizes 14 to 18 yjsars. & to 40 bust Size 16 requires 2'/£ yards of 39-inch material for skirt and jabots and 2'A yards of 39-inch contrastingr for blouse. Our BOOK OF FASHIONS is 10 cents. ' Price of PATTERN 15 '--cuts in stamps or coin (coin is fcrredV W-- ' " To order, address New Yorfc Pattern Bureau, r»mp» Dally NEWS, Fifth Avenue at 23rd Street, New York City, Write name and ad- dr«4» plainly, riving number and size of tattwn wanted. Yogr order Will Iff filled ttw daj H Js m»i¥*d bj; on* H«W 1«* " ANNUAL DINNER OF WHEELER'S B. C. IMS HELD 'lay To Be Presented By Faculty There Tomorrow CALENDAR THURSDAY Horace Mann PTA will meet at he school. Sam Houston PTA will meet, board at 2:15 and general meeting ,t 3. Woodrow Wilson PTA will have ts regular meeting. Mrs. George Sharum will enter- am the Eight Hearts club. Mrs. Carl Baer will entertain the Happy Hour club. Junior Treble Clef club will meet ,t city club rooms, 4:15. First Methodist Clara Hill class will have a social at the church, 2:30. Primary department of the First Vtethodist church will have a Valne party in the church basement, 4 p. m. FRIDAY Priscilla H. D. club wUl meet with Mrs. Norman Walberg. Mrs. Hoy Sullivan will entertain Laff-a-Lott club. Intermediate department of First Methodist church will have a Valen- Ine party at the church, 7:30. Altar Society of Holy Souls church will sponsor a pie supper at the ;ity club rooms. Order of Eastern Star will have , Valentine party with its regular meeting at Masonic hall, 8 p. m. 3ach member is to bring a comic Valentine. Annual batiquet of First Baptist young people's department will be given in the church dining room, :30. WHEELER, Feb. 13. —Several itizens expressed the need for car- ying on commuinity enterprises, /hen they spoke at the Board of 3ity Development's annual banquet Friday. Dr. F. N. Reynolds, presl- ent, was toastmaster. Mrs. J. M. Porter, Supt. J. L. •ilmore, G. O. McCrohan, Judge V. O. Puett, and C. G. Miller, edi- or of the Wheeler Times, were peakers. Girls of the Home Economics club, ponsored by Mrs. Gordon Whitener, erved the dinner and will use pro- eeds to send delegates to a state meeting at Corpus Qhristi this pring. Bridge Club Entertained London Bridge club and other rlends were entertained by Mrs. A. B. Crump at her home last Thjurs- ay, with four tables of bridge. Mrs. Edd Watson made high score nd Mrs. Roy Puckett second high. Jmes. Al Watson, W. I. Joss, T. S. Puckett, Nelson Porter, and Miss leba Wofford won cut prizes. Lunch was.served to them and to toes. Glenn Williams, Cora Hall, im Hyatt, Floyd Pennington, Tom Britt, Fred Farmer, Bob Bowers, nd J. M. Lawrence. Faculty Play Ready. "Fuller's Folly," the faculty play, 'ill be presented at the school au- itorium Thursday evening. The ast of this three-act comedy in- luded Supt. J. L. Gilmore, Principal 3. B. Witt, Coach Bob Clark, C. J. \Ieek, Mrs. G. O. McGrohan, Miss •Cathryn Bowers, Miss Ruth Ewing, and Mrs. C. J. Meek. SATURDAY County Parent-Teacher council will meet at high school cafeteria, executive board at 11:30 a. m. and eneral meeting at 12. Friends in Nearby Town Join in Shower Friends in Pampa and from Magic City, her former home, entertained Mrs. Don Donahue with a, surprise shower Monday afternoon, Guests were Mmes. Colie Austin, R. D. Marrs, L. W. Jacobs, T. L Dobbins, Bill Chandler, Otis Johnson, E. E. Norman. W. B. Swearen- ?ln, Fay Wilson, Hoot Gibson, anc 5. G. Rogers, all of Magic City. Miss Lucille Snow of Amarillo Mmes Eli Wilson, E. F. Strickland S. A. Sullivan, Homer DeShazo, Lora Coombes, Garnet Barrett, Scott Grey, John Feltner, and Eldon Clark of Pampa. Gifts were sent by Mmes. Guy McBurnett, V. W. Bentley, and Grace Hutchens of Magic City. ** Canadian News CANADIAN, Feb. 13.—Rotarians entertained the Rotary Anns with their annual Valentine party last evening at the W. ,C. T. U. building, Robert F. Fry left yesterday for Shamrock, where he will be em ployed. His family will join hin in a few days. Mrs. Martha Aldrldge returned Monday night from Dallas. Call JIMMIE TICK OFFICE COMPANY, Phone Ml CHILD STUDY CLUB'S MEETING IS WITH MRS. McBEE Mrs. Lee Harrah was elected delegate from Child Study club to the annual convention of federated women's clubs at Plainview next month, when the club met with Mrs. Horace McBcc yesterday. Mrs. Gaston Foote was leader of a program, on child personality. She opened the discussion with' the topic, Mental Health Begins at Home. Other talks were by Mrs. S. D. Stennls, on Home and School; and Mrs. Sherman White, on How Communities Influence Their Children. Group singing led by Mrs. Bob McCoy with Mrs. Harry Nelson as accompanist completed the program. Mmes. Travis Lively and William Finley were elected to membership. Those present yesterday were Mrs. W. C. Hutchins, a, new member, and Mmes. S. C. Evans, J. M. Smoot, W. J. Foster, T. C. Shaw, Luther Pierson, Harrah, Roy Tinsley, H. C. Schoolfield, A. N, Dilley Jr., Frank McAfee, Joe Gordon, N. F. Maddux, and those on program. P.-T. A. Has Meeting. The Parent - Teacher association net Thursday. Sixth grade pupils iresented a patriotic program di- ected by Mrs. G. O. McGrohan. Mrs. J. M. Porter, parliamentarian, poke briefly. Personal. John Hefley of Center was a business visitor here Friday. and Earl Farrls were in Mobeetlo Saturday night. Mrs. G. P. Manley of Shamrock was here on business Saturday. Mrs, J. E. Keeney of Laketon spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Lewis. J. F. Beasley of Shamrock was here on business Thursday. R. W. Thompson of Amarillo was a business visitor Friday. Clyde Flllmore and Raymond Waters' -attended to business in Shamrock Thursday, Mmes. D. A. Hunt and H. E. Nicholson visited in Shamrock on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gray of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Blair and son of Tulia were rjere Thursday. Mrs. John Ficke and daughters and daughters and Miss Velma Mason visited in Shamrock Friday afternoon. V. E. St. Clair made a business trip to Shamrock Saturday. NEW CLASS IS HONORED WITH CHURCHDINNER Music Entertains at Joint Program Yesterday The newly-organized Harvester class of First Christian church was entertained at the monthly fellowship dinner of the Builders class last evening at the church. It was attended by 89 persons. Tables were arranged In the shape of an enormous heart, and Valentine decorations were used. Mmes. Raymond West, Roy West, B. <3. Gordon, Lee Mayo, and L. C. McMahan were hostesses. R. L. Allston, teacher of the Harvester class, acted as toastmaster. Violin and accordian numbers were played by Mrs. Walter Nelson and Mrs. Jeff Quthrle, and accordian solos by Mrs. Outhrle. Howard Zimmerman, David Whlt- tenberg, Bill Hawkins, and EmmtU Smith formed a quartet to sing several numbers. Little Ramon Lewis Wilson gave two readings. H. L. Ledrlck expressed the appreciation of the new class for the entertainment, and several other members echoed his remarks. The program closed with a sing-song. Mrs. c. E. Htitchlnson is teacher of the host class. _ Girls Quartet to Sing at Church The girlls" quartet fljrmed) of Junior police at Woodrow Wilson school will sing at the weekly fellowship meeting at Harrah chapel tomorrow evening, it was announced today by the Rev. Lance Webb, pastor. Both McCullough and Harrah churches will open their fellowship meetings with a covered dish supper at 7 p. m., tfo|'s evening and tomorrow respectively. In both, the lesson subject will <be Jesus' Altitude to Outcasts, taught by the minister. New Sewing Club Is Formed at Meeting With Mrs. Boyles A sewing club was organized by a group of friends who met at the home of Mrs. V. L. Boyles yesterday for a busy and pleasant afternoon. Salad and cake were served to Mmes. V. L. Dickinson, Ralph Chisum, Homer Dockery, Vernon Moore, R. L. Moseley, Ed Burch, Bill Kimbell, George Applebay, and C. A. Nelson. Mrs. Applebay will be the next hostess. 20TH CENTURY CLUB AND FORUM STUDY WRITINGS Literary Landmarks of Nerv York, was the subject of an unusually interesting program In Twentieth Century club yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Rojrcr McConnell was hostess at her home. Mrs. B. C. Low was leader, and described the Poe cottage. Mrs. Ray Hagnn spoke of Greenwich Village EIS a literary center, and Mrs. P. M. Culberson discussed Sleepy Hollow and Tarryton, scenes of the !irst widely known American litera- Mrs. Raymond Hffrrah was appointed chairman from this club for Woman's day, a statewide observance of a federated club benefit for the Texas headquarters building at Austin. The resignation of Mrs, H. H. Hicks from membership was presented and accepted. Review Short Stories Short stories a"s a distinct American literary form were studied by Twentieth Century Forum, meeting yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Bob Chafin. Mrs. A. M. Teed was leader. She outlined the history nnd development of the short! story, and read a story from the c|llected best Stories of 1934. Mrs. Arthur SwansoA gave the requisites of the \sl(ort \tbry\} and Mrs. Dick Walker 'Bfcstchecrtne ca- _. recrs of/ inCpprtaiU 'boniemporqjty' short story Miters;' especially those of the jJoutfiweBt. . ^ ^' •—• __ The 4nnu\l loss frou^rnqttrla in jted. urmng.sore.cracked. . •soon relieved .and healing aided with safe.sooming- d Resinol SEE M.J P. DOWNS For 6% On Gpod r^rms and BaJsI^iess Combs«Worl) 836 |Property- DO YOU KNOW Ray K. Dover of Madison, Neb., s the new employe at the Wheeler Times office. Mmes. Fred Farmer and J. M. Lawrence were in Shamrock on msiness Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ficke, Mrs. Ross Tipps and son, Bobby Ross, of Canadian, spent Sunday in the John Ficke home. J. O. 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