Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 18, 1935 · Page 3
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Pampa, Texas
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Monday, February 18, 1935
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MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1$, 1935. fTHS t>AMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, Texsi ELDERS MUST PASS RELIGION ON, YOUNG SPEAKER • TRAINING CLASSES IN BAPTIST CHURCH OPEN TODAY Pa'«cd on from Christ through the dlcciples to succeeding gcncra- tion'.i, .Chlftianlty must always be na' ( ~ccl on to youth from Its ciders, ' Mir first speaker in n week of young- people's services nl First Chutian uhurnh said last evening. Charles Madeira gave the sermon, stressing responsibility of parents to set a good example, and of young people to follow it. John Martin wan leader of the service and Howard Zimmerman sang a solo. The young people's revival will continue nil week, with a different young speaker each evening at 7:30. Fred Lamb will give the address tonight, on Witnessing for Christ. Sing Spirituals. , The choir of Colored Methodist church led by the Rev. Earl L. Spencer, pastor, sang spirituals in the evening service at First' Meth- rdlst church yesterday. The auditorium was filled for this program. The Rev. Gaston Foote spoke on Heart Songs of a Race. His morning serman scored the "Gospel cf the.Easy Chair." "Either Christianity must become more serious about living the gospel that Christ taught or it shall become a gospel flattened out to nothingness," he declared. Class Time Changed. A course for Training Union members and leaders Is starting this evening at Frst Baptist church. A change in time from 7:15 to 7 p. m. was announced for the daily class periods. Classes for all groups from primary to adult will be conducted, followed by an examination next week. The usual . Wednesday evening program of the church will replace the training course that night. Elders Installed. Eldera chosen at a congregational meeting last week were installed at the • Presbyterian church last evening in an impressive service. At the morning service the Rev. •Ii. Bumey Shell, pastor, spoke on 'Making the Best of Our 'Crete', based on Paul's charge to a young apostle working in the difficult atmosphere of Crete. "Life is not made easier by avoiding : the hard places," he said. "The best things in life, the finest characters, do not come by chance; they are created by accepting responsibility and performing duties." - S.-S. Attendance. Francis Avenue Church of Christ reported 171 in Bible classes and one addition to church membership. First Baptist church had 177 in Sunday school, 185 in training service, and 17 church additions. Presbyterian Sunday school was attended by 157, First' Christian by 374, First Methodist by 479, and First Methodist Leagues by 85. Misslilain Will Preside at Huge Y. W. C. AJIeeting Miss Kathleen Milam. director of physical education for girls in high school here, will attend a regional conference of the business and pro- All The Dionne Babies Pose for a New Picture Copyright, 193u, NKA Service, Inc.) Life is just a bowl of cherries to <:> the famous Dlohnc quintuplets these days. Life isn't so very serious—at eight months. Emclic, left, and Yvonne, rig-ht, pose for thb camnra. Cecile shuts her eyes, Marie pecks out coyly, her face half-hidden in her chubby arms, while Annette rolls and romps In sheer glee and exuberance. YEARBOOKS OF HORACE MANN P-TA ISSUED women's division of the A. at Galveston February fessional Y. W. C. 23 and 24. She is to be presiding officer of the co'nference, which will center on the theme of social security. About 300 delegates are expected from Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. Two national Y. W, C. A. secretaries, Miss Anna Rice, general secretary of the „ national board i and Miss Henrietta Roedolf, from the committee on I cause and cure.-of war, will be sneakers:'*, ff *' Mrs. John HaXp^;' one/tinie* presi- "dent of the NatlbWat^y. JW. C. A., Will al§p b\ on progi'ansr^aflthe an- (King, roughness, ing, easily relieved ' improved with soothing- Archer Fullingim and *--'- week-end v""" 1 Adyi Schneider Ho Call 680' i For Appointment M, K POWN9 Automobile Loans Recreation Is Topic Of Program for Season Attractive in blue backs with oak eaf design, the new yearbooks for Horace Mann Parent-Teacher association were issued to members ;his month. These books were planned by the ?rogram committee, Mrs. F. L. Stallings, Mrs. M. K. Griffith, and Miss Loma Groom. They contain a dedication to the faculty of Horace Mann school, time and place of meetings, aims of the association, names of national, state, district, and city council presidents, names of local officers, standing committees, special committees, room mothers, and past presidents. The year's program theme is Recreation. Tile program is prefaced with this quotation from John H. Finley: 'It will be a far more difficult task for civilization to teach men to use their leisure rightly • than to instruct them how to labor efficiently." The first meeting, in September, was devoted chiefly to business. Fire prevention was the subject for October, and national education week was observed in November. Commercial recreation was the topic for December, recreation thru good books the January subject. This month the program centered on observation of founders day. The March program will be on recreation through fine arts, with Mrs. A. C. Houehin as leader, and the April program on community recreation with Mrs. Blevins as leader. Officers will be installed in May, when the years ends. TUESDAY UIIIDGE CLUB Tuesday Afternoon bridge club will be entertained tomorrow afternoon at the hom.e of Mrs. Carl Boston, instead of by Mrs. S. T. Beauchamp ac announced yesterday. QUEEN OF CLUBS Mrs. Howard Buckingham will be hjostess to the Queen of Clubs on Wednesday this week instead of Thursday, the usual meeting day. She will entertain at Hotel Schneider. TUESDAY Arno Art club will hold an open :iouse meeting at the city club rooms, 2:30. Mrs. C. T. Hunkapillar will entertain Ainusu club, 2:30. Mrs. S. T. Beauehamp will be nostess to Tuesday Bridge club. Morten P.-T. A. will meet at the school building, 3 p. m. Kingsmill Home Demonstration club will meet with Mrs. C. F. Bastion, 728 Buckler avenue. A. A. U. W. will meet at the city club rooms, 7 p. m., for a covered dish supper. The Order of the Rainbow for Girls will have a meeting at the Masonic hall at 7:30 o'clock. All members are urged to attend. t^?*^ 'ain Clovis, CALENDAR WEDNESDA1' Mrs. Howard Buckingham will entertain Queen of Clubs. First Christian Women's Council will meet at the church. Presbyterian Auxiliary will meet in the church annex, 2:30. Women's Auxiliary of Episcopal church will meet in the parish, house, 2:30. Central Baptist W. M. U. will meet for Bible study at the church. Mrs. Roy Dysnn will entertain Hi-Lo bridge club at her homo on North Russell. Bell Home Demonstration club will meet with Mrs. Morley Doss. The American Legion Auxiliary is sponsoring a benefit bridge tournament at the city club rooms at 7V30 o'clock. The public is invited. THURSDAY Junior High P.-T. A. will meet at the school building. Mrs. H. O. Simmons will be hostess to Merry Mixers club at the Home of Mrs. R. A. Meyers, on Alcock street. Mrs. Gib Frazier will entertain Thursday bridge- club. Junior Treble Clef club will meet at city hall club room. Baker P.-T. A. will sponsor a chili supper at the school, 6 to 8 p. m. Tatapochon Camp Fire Girls will meet at the home of Katherine Ward for a waffle supper. FRIDAY Episcopal Auxiliary will have its annual colonial tea at the home of ' Mrs. C. P. Buckler. Royal Neighbors will meet at the home of Mrs. Virginia Lytel, 838 S. Cuyler, at 2 p. m. Mrs. E. C. Rupp will be hostess to Gaylow club. . Treble Clef club will hold open house for federated club members and other guests at city club rooms, 8 p. m. Eastern Star study club will meet at the Masonic hall, 8 p. m. Mrs. Philip Pond will entertain the Contract club at her home, 820 Child Conservation League will meet with Mrs. R. D. Morris, 422 N. Russell, at 2:30. WINS FIRST PLACES IN LIVESTOCK JUDGING AT M'LEAN COMEDY IS PRESENTED FRIDAY BY THE MCLEAN HIGH SCHOOL o MCLEAN, Feb. IB.—High school students directed by Miss Elizabeth Kennedy presented a four-act comedy, "Oh, Susan," in the school auditorium Friday evening. The cast included Marie Landers, who as Aunt Marion Weatherby wan outstanding in characterization; Mackie Greer, Charlie Mai'e Back, Sybil Young, Mildred Reed, Juanita Carpenter, Roy McMullen, Leonard Brawley, Alton Howard, Winifred Ayer. Between acts, entertainment was directed by Mrs. Daniels of Shamrock. Dances were presented by Jo Ann Campbell, Minnie Catherine Morse, Patsy Hordendarf, Jimmy Batson, Patsy o'Rourke, Patty Ruth Rlppy, Mildred Reed. Songs were by Juanita Carpenter, Juanita Brooks, aMrie Landers, Neva Flowers, MoZelle Glenn, Eva and Ava Swafford, and Clara Faye Carpenter. Accompanists were Mrs. Travis Stokes, Mrs. Vcrnon Johnston, Louise Diggers. liirthday Honored. Honoring her daughter, Mabel, on her thirteenth birthday, Mrs. 'Jim Back rnlertuincd with ;t 1 o'clock dinner Sunday. Thp afternoon wiis spent in various games including indoor croquet and table tennis. Those attending the houoree, Jesse Mae Lynch, Ermadel Floyd, Dorothy Sitter, Georgia Colcbank. Ruth Thacker, Willie Louelle Gobi), Velum Mann, Margie Lochridgc, and Tliclma Jo Gray. Less Personals. than two weeks after his father's death, Bill Brian, history teacher of the ward school, was called to Amarillo to the bedside of his sister, who is seriously ill in the hospital, following an'appendi- citis operation. Supt. C. A. Cryer made a business trip to Oklahoma City Friday. Miss Frances Noel spent the weekend in Amarillo, the guest of Miss Frances Singleton. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Woods of Skillet community entertained with S, Valentine party Friday evening. A number of McLean couples were invited. Among the workers who attended the Gray county council of the Parent-Teacher association which was so royally entertained by the Pampa ladies Saturday, were: Mrs. W. L. Campbell, Mrs. Cnas. Carpenter, Mrs. W. H. Finley, Mrs. Braining, and Miss Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr and Mrs. Kid McCoy were in Pampa Saturday. MCLEAN, Feb. IB.— Tuna won the local livestock banner with a score of 1,364 at the McLean contest Saturday, with Clarendon second with 1,337. Claude third with 1,279, Pampa fourth with 1,250, and Panhandle fifth with 1,070. Boatman of Tulla was high scorer with 471. Mason of Clarendon was second with 465,. and Sprawls of Tulia third, with 458. Tulia also won the dairy trophy with 1,262, OlftUde second 'with '1,199, Clarendon third with 1,154, Pampa fourth, with 1,092, and Panhandle fifth with 1,059. High scorers in dairy were Honea and Stlthj of with 435. and 428 points,, r«sspegtive}y, Qunter Claude was third, with *2Q. . McLean, teams dlcA _nqt com; of score in livestock and second highest in dairy. Cecil Jones of McLean made tho highest score of all with 506 points out of 550 possible, and Joe Hefner of McLean made the highest dairy score with 439 points out of 500. The McLea'n F. F. A. members conducted the contests. They will also assist in the Shamrock judging contest February 23. The regular North Plains F. F. A. meeting was held at McLean on this occasion. C.. Luker, assistant supervisor at Texas Tech, was present. He discussed many important probjejns with the group. Mr. and Mrs. J- raar.uW --'•• ••" ' Araar.u Williams Baby Dies at LeFors Billy Pnrrell Williams, 4 months, died, at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams at Le- Fors yesterday afternoon after a brief illness. Mr. Williams is with the Ira Hansen Trucking company. Surviving the child are its parents and three sisters, Lovle, June and Betty Jean, and four brothers, Arlie, Kenneth, Geoffrey and Johnnie. Funeral services were to be conducted at 2 o'clock this afternoon in the Baptist church at LeFors with the Rev^ Milton Leech, pastor,, officiating. Burial was to follow in the new LeFors cemetery with the Pampa Mortuary -in charge. Pallbearers named were Ira Hansen, Ray Moore, Tom Bobbins and Loran Rhoa'des.. HATS' $Q BI-COLOBED . PARIS '(^-Here's something ne\y in spring hats. Suzy makes a straw sajlpr whosg.rij •whose left' **'• Reporters Express Appreciation for Aid to Conference Appreciation for courtesies extended visitors to the home demonstration club reporters' school here last week is expressed in the following note from the courtesy committee: "We wish to express our appreciation of the hospitality, publicity, luncheon, picture show, and other entertainment extended during the reporters' conference February 13 and 14. "Especially do we thank Miss Ruby Adams, general hostess; Mrs. A. E. Shackleton, chairman of the luncheon committee; the Civic Culture and Child Study clubs, food committee, B. C. D., newspapers, and others of Pa'mpa who contributed to our comfort and the success of this conference." Committee members wore Mines. C. B. Witt of Wheeler, J. W. Carckcr of CollingKworth county, J. M. Daughprly of Gray county. Mrs. Hicks leads Women's Division Of Dental Body Mrs. H. H. Hicks was elected president of the women's auxiliary of Panhandle Dental Society, when the organizations convened in Amarillo Friday and Saturday. She succeeds Mrs. George Ingham. The Auxiliary had an important place on the annual program of the dental society. Women enjoyed a theater party and bridge, and poined the doctors at a banquet and dance Friday night. Mrs. Hicks, herself a practicing dentist, works with her husband here. Valentine Party Honors Birthday Delayed a week because of illness, the ninth birthday party of- Jack Morgan was no less enjoyed Friday. He was host at the home of his parents, 919 E. Fisher. The ihouse was decorated in hearts.' Valentines, horns, and lollipops were given as favors to the guests, who were sefyed ice cream in red and white caltps before leaving for the LaNori Biatiuee."> Those present i'e?e v Ine>-"Baird, Peggy Murpjiy, 'Patricia Lively, ' tot le La/5er Doyle^Holler, „„.^' rs. Tom illectomy underwent^ a H.D. Club Hears Beautification Plan of County Petunias have been chosen as the Gray county flower for the state beautificatioii 'campaign, Mrs. W. A. Breining told McLean Home Demonstration club at the home ol Mrs. Claude Hunt Friday. Filling stations will be asked to plant petunias, said Mrs. Breining as will all residents. Petunias reseed themselves and grow well in this climate, she continued. She also told of the move to save wild flowers, of which about 100 varieties grow in Texas. There is a state law against picking these flowers growing: along highways. The meeting was called to ordei by the chairman, Mrs. Jack Wade Members answered roll call by each contributing five cents to the educational fund. After Mrs. Breining's talk Mrs. Thurman Adkins gave a reading, "I Lives Here." Refreshments of chicken sandwiches, white cake and cocoa were served to Mines. Breining and Adkins, guests, and Mines. C. M. Kudy C. W. Cuppell, C. E. Hunt, J. W Williams, Waller Smith, E. A. Rig- drn .Luthcr Petty, J. A. Fowler, A O. Norman, Wade, C. T. O'Neal, anc Claude Robinson. P-TA Study Club To Meet T-u-esday The study club of Horace Mam Parent-Teacher association w i 1 meet at the school building at 3 p m. tomorrow. Mrs. Emory Noblit' will be in charge. Mrs. H. C. Jones is to be program leader. The subject is The Parent School Child, and the Clothing Problem. All members are urged to be present. Indigestion, Sour Stomach WHEN you fee r uj& own, or your gfpmach gives trouble "with gas or "sour, risings," try that' well-knowi tonic,-Dr. Pierce's Golden Medica Discovery. R e a ( what Mrs. A. Alston ofJRaerte 1 * 5 DojLJlW " Muskogce, OJjiiafsSM^l have been i Mlfferu-frauijwHeSsuon. for sotrtt time At limes I "would choke us with *as. . suffered from hearljtuni alsjf. At tinjts my food seemed to sAr Jin jny |itom?ch am there was such a/ba4 tg^tey in -'my mouth hut after usinp; Br. Plowi's Golden Medi cal Discovery lAound fha.t I could eat a! mast anything-*ad verjLj'M 0 distress." New size, tablets SO cts^lijruid $1.00. Larg size, tabs, or liquid, $1.35. Write Dr. Pierce's Clinic, rn ill Jell's to END COLDS SOONER Excellent Opportunity/ •-•-* —-'- to JrenrL r f y^ For the Hght party sent Southwestern ancc Coin; vicinity. I will Monday, Thursday 19, 80, 2 For Api 11 and 12 ' and BUTTONS Let us cover your Buttons for . your new spring- Frock. HEMSTITCJfcUNG 'will only So per yard, B I N G Et SEWING MACp ^-214 No. Cu / Phone 689 PHONE 36 OFFICERS ARE ELECTED FOR NEW S.S. CLASS Three Couples Added To Membership Yesterday Officers were elected by the young narricd couples' of First Meth- dist church yesterday. A. B. Whiten was named president of the ccnntly-orgnniHod group. J. C. McWilliams is to br first ice president, Mrs. E. D. Caskcy ccond vice president. Mrs. J. S. Skelly secretary, and Mrs. J. C. Cash treasurer. Three new couples were among ic 21 members present yesterday, 'hey were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baer, and Mrs. Billy Johnson. All icmbcrs are asked to be present ext Sunday, and to bring another ouple to swell the class member- hip. _ Mgh School Band Begins Series of Spring Concerts The first of a series of free con- erts by the high school band was iven to an appreciative crowd at ity auditorium yesterday afternoon. All members of the band were arescnt. Overtures and marches by the iand. directed by Roy Wallraben- tein, were varied by solos accom- >anlcd by Ann Sweatman, pianist. Jorden March played a clarinet olo and Charles Frazee a trombone number. Limited to an hoUr in length, the program started promptly and was clayed with a smoothness that added to enjoyment of the listeners. The band plans other public programs on Sunday afternoons this spring. JUDGE SPENCER DIES SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 18 W)— Tuneral services for Judge Richarc Spencer, 50, prominent attorney and "ormer Texas legislator who died Sunday, were planned today. A jraduate of the University of Texas IB later served two terms as repre- ientativc in the state legislature rom Wise county. He was appointed to the supreme court commission of appeals in 1919 by Gov W. P. Hobby and resigned in 1922 He had been in San Antonio since his resignation. Mr.' and Mrs. C. L. Craig anc daughter, Mary Jo., formerly of Pampa but now living in Amarillo were week-end guests of Mr. anc Mrs. S. T. Beauehamp. COUNCIL IS BY DELEGATES OP MANY GROUPS » All but two Parent-Teachei" sociations in Gray county represented at the county counciU meeting horc Saturday, whelrt >8,\ district and a stale officer spoke,/ officers for next year were noffiV' J_ 4 inaled, and Back school,was choS- en as the next meeting place, ahdf on the second Saturday In April. > The seven associations in council were hostesses for a lunch"", eon and afternoon program. Mrs. J. E. Griggs of Amarillo, district | president, and Mrs. J. WE; Grain Claude, state vice-president, were I speakers. Mrs. C. T. Hunkftplllftr^l , introduced both. ' ^ Development of Good Citizenship \ was the theme of Mrs. Griggs' ad-, dress, which she closed by reading a poem, In the Garden of Tomor-? row. She spoke of Parent-Teach^ work for citizenship, and" that not only parents and teac but anyone interested in child t fare may be a member of th& 4 association. Mrs. Grain's subject ,was" Abundant Life. She remarked oh the growing tendency for , more leisure, and urged that spare time be budgeted for the. best use. More time is available for study, for ,' recreation, for social contacts, she i' j said, and used wisely this leisure ' ft has a value for the present and tj the future. f r[ Mrs. W. B. Murphy, president of " the council last year, expressed ^appreciation for a life membership given her. ^ Reports were heard froifl sofMations represented. The no inating committee, appointed morning executive session, reporteb a ticket of officers to be voted in April. Miss Elizabeth Kennedy Lean was nominated for re-eleb'tid as president, Mrs. L. L. McColm. Pampa for vice president, Mrs. Back of McLean for secretary, Mrs»]J C. M. Carpenter of M|cLean . fof.* treasurer, and Mrs. Ogden Of "J$ Fors for historiain f*j Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. Morris ',< Back, County Supt. W. B. Weatheii^* red, Mrs. Breining and Mrs. Delmar t, ,, of McLean formed the nominating; *H committee. "* Miss Lucille Cole, student at; Texas State Teachers college, yon, spent the week-end w' mother, Mrs. A. Cole. Dirt ! ! Don't Sweep It Out, Keep It Out! WAS YOUR HOUSE FULL OF IT AFTER THE STORM? NO agai A*P> WEAT^ME^STRIPS furthermore, will sav ill do this very its cost in fuel. These weatherstrips installed in your home provide Comfort and Health and carry our guaranteed no obligation. Estimates made ... no charge It costs you nothing to find out. Combs-Worley BIdg. ANNOUNCEMENT! New Service Between Pampa, Tflfeas and OUlahoina City, OkU, Th>u Busses Now m. and 5 Makin inection Soul, Bus Fare* Are NPW Save Time • p&me Money - More Call y«1tf Iec«l Ticket Agent Aj

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