BterneyCake Is for Si. Patrick's Blarney^ Cake is easy SI. Patrick's Bay novelty. By OAYNOH MADDOX NEA Staff Writer Buy two-sponge layers at the cornet grocery, Prepare a magically easy chocolate frosting. From the cnhdy store, get shamrocks in sugar candy as well us a few harps. Now begin r,o finish your Balrney Cake. Between the two sponge layers spread whipped cream or marsh? rnnllow whip with chopped green pistachio, nuts or chopped green cherries in it. Then frost top and sides with the jlfiy chocolate frosting. ., •Tltfy Chocolate Frosting , /Makes enough to cover tops and sides of 2 (9-in:hi layers or top and Bides of loaf cake generously or about 24 cup cakes.) Two squares (5 ounces) unsweetened chocolate, 1 1-2 cups (15-ounce can) sweetened condensed milk, 1 tablespoon water. Melt chocolate in top of double boiler. .Add sweetened condensed milk, stir over boiling water 5 minutes until it thickens. Add water. Cool. Spread on cold cake. 'Part of the Blarney in this cake lies' in tht fact thnt you've used none of your precious -sugar or shortening supplies to make it. To make a green pic in honor of St. Patrick's Day. try this: Lime Chiffon Pie Three eggs, 1-2 cup sugar, 1 cup water, 1 package lime-flavored gelatine, 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind. 3 tablespoons lemon juice, dash of salt,"previously baked pastry shell. Combine egg yolks with one-half the sugar in upper vessel of double holler. Add water slowly nnd beat to 'iblend, .then cook over hot water 'uintil mixture coats spoon, stir- riiiR .constantly. Remove from fire; cool'.'Add gelatinu, lemon rind and juice,' and 'salt; stir until gelatine is dissolved. Chill until slightly thiqk- tfie.A. ; '.Meanwhile, beat egg .whites uiit'il foamy, then gradually add re- malrilrig sugar, and continue bent- TOMORROW ALRIGHT Dependable ^//-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE inp until stiff. Fold in the gelatine mixlure, turn into previously baked pastry shell, and chill until firm. Baptists Plan To Hold Encampment For ihs first time in recent years, Baptists of District. 10 are planning to hold an enoampment at tha grounds in Ceta Glenn canyon near the town of Happy. Date for thn encampment has been set as Aug. 12-1G, according to an announcement made today by R. Virgil Mott, president, music director of the local First Baptist churrh. Included in thu district are the Canadian. Panhandle, North Fork, Palo Duro and Trans-Canadian associations. Assisting in arrangements will be Rev. O. C. Curtis, Perry ton; Rev. Hal Upchurch, Clarendon; Rev. Dan Belts, Lefors; Rev. Ray Rowll, Amarillo, and Rev. Cecil Goff of Dumas. The schedule will include classes ea?h morning and afternoon as well as daily worship services. Rev. E. N. Dunsworth of the local Calvary Baptist church will serve ap business manager, and the program committee will consist of Rev. Ray Rozell, Rev. J. C. McKenzie, district missionary, aaid Rev. Cecil Goff. Clubs IN THE NEWS * * * * * Business Women Attend District Banquet Given by Amarillo Club Members of the Parnpa Business and Professional Women's club were guests last evening of the Amarillo club when they attended a banquet in the Crystal ballroom of the Herring hotel. The affair was given to entertain Ihc clubs of Dislricl Nine and also representatives of Ihc Amanlln civic club's. The program was presented nmlrr llir- rlii'TCtion of the public affairs committee, and Misis Myrtle U Tanner, president, ->[ the Texas Fedora- lion of Business and Professional Women's clubs gave ihu address of thn evening. She (lisuisf'ccl. "WJiat Is My Pla:;c in the Community?" Atlenclinn; from Pampa were: Tommie Stone, Eloise Lane. Inez French, Katherine Martin. Laura Belle Cornelius, Murriel Kitchens. Katie Beverly, Jessye Stroup, Violet McAfee, Van, Lard, Yvonne Jones. Viola Clendining, Grace Hodge, Leona Parker. Lillian Jordon, Maggie Hollis, Ella LaCasse, Molita Kennedy, Clara L. Shewmaker, Audrey Fowler. Maurine Jones, Evorn Crawford, Vena RUey, Dorothea Ward, Dee Day and Mrs. H. H. Slull. Betty Prigmore Is Hostess to Y. W. A. Miss Betty Mosley presided when members of the First Baptist Y. W. A. met Monday evening in the home of Miss Betty Prigmore, 933 E. Francis. A Bible drill was conducted with all members participating. Next meeting .will be March 26, in the home of Billie Marie Money, 315 N. Warren. Refreshments of cold drinks and cookies were served. Present were the Misses Donna Holden, Betty Mosley, Edith Mae Morrow, Roniona Mathcny, Billie Marie Money, Betty Greene, Anna Allen, Margie Nuckols, Betty Prigmore, and Miss Inez French and Mrs. A. L. Prigmore. CfcTAZS'BOX Beware Coughs % frpm common colds J That Hang On . Creoinulsioh relieves promptly be- ealufie It goes right to the seat of tho trouble to help loosen and cxpe.l cerm laden phlegm, and aid nature to'SOOthe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial muooua mem- brakes. Tell your druggist to sell you • ft pottle of Creomulsion with the understanding ypu must like the way ic quickly allays the cough or you are to fi^Ve':your. money back. to have:your money back. i CREOMULSION fofCouzhs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis) Social Calendar THURSDAY Wnnili-ow Wilson IVI'. A will meet lit 2:30. P. m.. with W. B. Weatherred as guest speaker. _ Sum Houston P.-T.A. will meet at 2 p. m Dr. DoiiKlas Nelson will apeak. Horace Mnnn P.-T.A. will meet at 2:30. Winfitim -SaviiRC will discuss "Munaeing Your Moods." I 1 ,. M. linker P.-T.A. will meet. Viernes purly in City club rooms. City Council of clubs meets in City club rooms at 0:30 o'clock. __,,,, Ucbohuh lodge meets in I. O. O. F. hall for initiation. FRIDAY Fuithful Workers class of First Baptist church will meet in home of Mrs. Harold Thornhil), 222 15.' Brown, ut 7:30 p. m for party/ ' ,. . Juliette Low party for Intermediate Girl Scouts. . . Eimtcrn Star moots in Masonic hall for special Initiatory work. _ Central Baptist banquet in Senior high schooj for returned servicemen and their SATURDAY Kit Kat Klub dinner dance in the Palm MONDAY Itelii SlKinii I'l'i will incut'in home "C Mrs. I'Ycd Gary, "at N. Rriiy, at 1 S |i. m , wild Mi»s Jimi? Jlmlsu »"<l Mrs, James 1'oole an co-hostesses. " American Ijefi'in auxiliary will meet. Council of Cliurch Women executive board will meet. TUHSHAY I'uri'iil-l'llin'iitliin club will ini'cl. A.A.U.W. will m.-el.. Mi-rlen Jlomi? Dcmonsl ration club will iiic-pl wllb Mrs. J. II- l'"l«li. Worthwhile Home JJemoiiatnilioii rlnh will meet at 2 p. m. with Mrs. U. Lnnsfonl, 20« W. Albert. According to the chief of the U. S. Forestry Service, one-third of the area of the United States is forest or potential forest land. r,HllORfi Last 1 Times Toddy JLJJLJ.AND JMIJTI T pmnnnsi CROWN Last Times Today TtlENOVUOFTKE v YeAR...the story \o( g decailel Ccn« John William - TWy-.HODIAK-BEHDIX A MA CfNTUBr.FOX. PICIUHE' H TODAY qnd THURS, ... Plus - • „ "City of Brighain Young" Almost, one-third of the area of the United States is forest land. Easier Gifi Towels By MRS, ANNE CABOT Embroider these gay little Peter Rabbit figures on a set of kitchen towels to use as an Easter gift. They'll make amusing quilt block squares, too, for a child's bedspread. Stitches are simply and quickly done in bright colors. To obtain transfer designs for seven "Peter Rabbit" figures, (Pattern No. 5102) color chart for embroidering, amounts of flosses specified, send 15 cents in COIN plus 1 cent postage, YOUR NAME, ADDRESS and the PATTERN NUMBER to Anne Cabot (The Pampa News), 1150 Ave. Americas, New York 19, N. Y, Gifts for shower parties, church bazaars—sweaters and vestees for spring wear, hats, baby clothes, costume accessories, lovely embroideries for the home, nice lingerie heirloom doilies for crochet fans- nine pages of free instructions—in the Anne Cabot ALBUM. Price 15 cents. t , ,,- r> n-t ikV : ISLE OF THE 1 Pythian Sisters Receive Members Three new members, E. C. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Spinks, were welcomed by the Pythian Sisters when they met Monday evening. Initiation will be held at the next meeting. Appointed as the visiting committee were: Mrs. Harold Payne, Mrs. Fred Tinsley, and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. Members present were: Mrs. E. C. Harvey, Mrs. Vick Burnett, Mrs. Fred Tinsley, firs. Harold Hefner, Mrs. C.'ayton Dudley, Mrs. Ray Dudley, Mrs. Peg Whittle, Mrs. Harold Payne, Mrs. Richard Wilson, Mrs. Dorothy Cox, Mrs. Russell Kennedy, Mrs. Allen Weatherred, Mrs. Clyde Lockhart, Mrs. Homer Doggett and Mrs. Clarence Brown. GLAMOROUS GINGHAM Rev. Norris Will Speak at Baker Rev. H. H. Wood will present the devotional when members of the B. M. Bakor Parent-Teacher association meet at 'he school Thursday afternoon at :!:30 for the Mar:i: program. Rev. B. A. Norris, pastor of the j First Christian 3hurch. will be guest speaker for the occassion. Special music will be provided, and Mrs. E. M. Culberson, president, will conduct the business session. Members of the executive board are requested to meet in the principals office at 1:45. New Officers Are Elected By Mary Class New officers were named when Wednesday, Mafefc 13, 194* NEWS PA6E Kntlierine Nix. Rose Marie Oldtoam, Betty Sue Snell, and Dorig wal* raven. Eastern Star Will Meet Friday Night * Eastern Star chapters from, - , •. • . t „ Groom. White Dc-er, McLean. Mi-j vanquisher! foes waved it m token The olive branch became a symbol of peace in ancient times when members of the Mary class of the am i and Canadian have b ri en in- of Kurrr.-nclPr. First Baptist church met in the j vitcd to atti.-.irl thn special ir.i'an- home of Mrs. G. H. Anderson yep-1 tory ircfMini; of thr? locnl chaptei , tcrday nfternoon for a business and . Friday evening at 8 o'clock in the! social hour. j Masonic hall. i Mrs. D. W. Sassrr was chosen en- j Mrs. H. J. Suitb will be in cliaiw ! 'urgomcnt chairman; Mrs. S. E. j O f rpfrrf.hmejit", and Mrs. Alice! Waters, class ministries; Mrs. Bob Cockrell. worthy matron, i.vill lire-| 1 Sir.i-.Ycn anil Mrs. .John Young, fcl-i Ir.v.'Miip; Mr.". C. IT. Anderson. sU 1 -! wardship; Mrs. Lontr, Tarpl^y fiirl Mr-:. O. W. S-.uilslj'iry. • r Tfini-if 1 ::.. ;i!irl ^^)•. : :. Bill Money, n-piirlfi 1 . Hcvv'.iv; .1.-; ,:l"»i',> 'Hiitiiiii'- \vil! I." 1 ' Mfpflfimrs-S. VV. Hriiiifi'.. f',. 'I'. II'-HT. foi-fl. UlTllnv. IM! M;i;-!-c-y. I. IV Ktll'i'-l.rikrr. fi. II. KliKl"lj-il:' i r. iVIii>: Crochrr. \V. H. -Jniinsnn. Don I'ni'.i- phiry. Q. H. liciivprs. T. .1. Wni-rc-li, rtl';nr P.iynr. Minnr I.,:uir,lnirl. Kptnrrr MnMock C'ruulo McL;ni;\h- lip nnil Clinrlcs Millrr. PrcmJing tin? soc'inl lionr 111' 1 Ri-ciip rn^t at ihf chun-li for visitation with Mrs. H. W. Brandt giving the assignments. Mrs. TjOllir, Tiirplcy. president, con- durtrd the business meeting, Mrs. S. E. Watvrs gave tlie devotional, and _. . Mrs. Owen Johnson, tracer, in-, BreaklOSt UlVGn TOT structcd the new officers in their j duties. s>;de at I he busiw.sK merlin p. Announcements iiir-H till, t-yriiiinr, nl 7 ;'..'! in MIC City f.'!u:j rooms lor tin. 1 ]f-;v\.n rnrrliirr. Mr:<. Itnv Chisuin. rtrrsid^iit. lui:; iiuilf'l 'ill f'u'n v.'dijif'M n! l':im|>;i j It) iiHciiil Mr: 'ncrtpi^ n! Mir 1 Cf'U"- i ril -if Club.-: tomorrow tn'inmi;; ii. | UK Ciiv club room at 9:30. I Highlights of the recent Seventh j District Texas ^''deration of Worn- j en's clubs convojition held in Amu- rillo will be presented. i How women and girls may get wanted relief from functional periodic pain Cnrdnt, manf womrn say. has brought !«• llrf from ttr> crump-like asony nnd ncrvuu* »traln nl func'.irjnHl ni>rio<tlc: distress. Taken Ulte B tnn'.r. It .should stimulate appetite^ nid itirp'.tinn,* thus hflp build reslst- .ir* !'j' th>> "time" to come. Started 3 iliivs i^:oro "your Ume", It should >i"lp rcilrvn pain clue to puitl» functional periodic causes. Try Itl Helps build up resistance, against MONTHLY / AMPS Gingham glamour is reflects .In this new crisp blue and whit( checked cotton dress worn by Lou Collier, Universal star. Designed for 1946 spring and summer wear, this cotton frock has a filled lop opening into a full skirt wild petticoat linge ie trim at Ihe hemline. 'India' Is Discussed At Meeting of Guild Miss Florence Merrlman discussed "India," when members of the Junior Guild of Ihe First Methodist church met in the home of Miss Louise Stuart last night for a program. Mrs. Lee Harrah presented the devotional, an'd several songs were sung by the group. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Harrah, Mrs. Kate Stuart, Betty Driess, Peggy Covey, Gladys Shotwell, Mildred Martin, June Hodge, Ida Mae Jones and Louise Stuart. Shamrock Visitors Honored at Dinner SHAMROCK, March 13—(Special) —Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Tindall entertained will) a dinner .Sun&iy for their out-of-town guests, who met here for a family reunion. Their guests were: Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Tindall and .son, Herman, of Trent; Miss Nevada Baker of Lubbock; Mr. and Mrs. John H. Walker of Aberdeen; Mrs. J. M. Tin- cVill, sr., of Little Rock, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Tindall and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Tindall and son, Timmy. Rabbit fur, after processing, may be known by any of these names: Coney, lapin, French seal, French beaver, ermiline, near seal, polar seal, marmotine, erminette or squir- reline. Wilson P.-T.A. To Hear Speaker Mrs. C. A. Scott will serve as program leader when members of the Woodrow Wilson Parent-Teacher association meet tomorrow afternoon a.t 2:30 at the school. R. Virgil Mott, music' director of the First Baptist church, will present the devotional in song. W. B. Weatherred will be guest speaker for the occasion, and he will explain the plans for the Gray county general hospital. Mrs. J. B. Ayres will preside at the business session, and all members of the executive board arc requested to meet in the principal's office at 1:30. Intermediate Girls Refreshment", were served to Mrs. i SHAMROCK. March 13—i Special > i Waters, Mrs. W. R. Johnson. Mrs. G. H. Saulsbury, Mrs. D. W. Sassei, Mir.. Owen Johnson. Mrs. Bob Sia- weh. Mrs. Don Pumphrry. Mrs. Ed Mac.key. Mrs. I.ouis Tarploy. Mrs. S. W. Brandt, Mrs. L. B. Studcbak- rr, Mrs. Max Croc'.icr and the hostess, Mrs. Anderson. Faithful Workers To Be Entertained ; Mrs. Harold Thornhill, 222 E. Brown, will be hostess to members of the Faithful Workers' class of the First Baptist church for a St. Patrick's Day party Friday evening at 7:30. All members and members in service are invited to attend. Powers IrJani Dies In Local Hospital .lames Erjwin Powers, threc- months-old son of Mr. and Airs. James H. Powers, Lefors, died this morning in a local hospital. Besides the parents, the infant is survived by the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Powers nnd Mr. and Mi 1 ;;. J. E. Turks, ill! of Lcfors. Funeral nrraUKPinents by the Duciikcl-Curiniclmel funeral home arc WP must, I nm convinced, ilevote «jtir energies unsparingly In creating a world in which Ihe conditions will be such that the desire to use any . . . destructive force will be eliminated. — Basil O'Connor, Chairman American Red Cross. Toler-Miller Rites Are Read in Shamrock SHAMROCK. March 1?. (Special: —Announcement has been made of the wedding of Miss Virginia Toler and Pfc. Darrell Miller, on February 2G. In a double ring ceremony, the nuptial vows ware read «t the parsonage of the First Baptist church, with the pastor, Rev. Edward C. Dorr, officiating. Mr;!. A. D. Morrison, sister of the bridegroom, was the bride's only attendant. She wore a tailored suit of rrray with blacl: accessories. EvercclR Millar served his brother RS best man. The bride was :>Hired in a dressmaker suit of light blue wool, accented with blaclc a'.'?crsorics. She wore a ring belonging' to her mother for something "old." Her shoulder corsage was fashioned of white carnations. Mrs. Miller is the daughter of Mrs. A. N. Toler of this city and attended Shamrock high school. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller of Shamrock and attended the Wellington high rchool before entering military service. Pfc. Miller has been in service with tVw artiller" division ?in:e August, 1045. He has re-enlisted for another year of service, and Mrs. Miller will make her home here for the present. Miss Clifton Daniel and Mrs. Ross Grogan attended the wedding. It is difficult for us to imagine freedom existing in countries where secret police and the dread of concentration camps are the most potent sanction of a nation's law.— Dr. Bernard Griffin, Catholic Bishop of Westminster, England. — The Intermediate Girls Sunday ; School class of the First Eoptisi 1 church was entertained Saturday : morning with a. "Cor.ic As You Arc," breakfast. The breakfast was given at the home of Mrs. Cecil Perrin. teacher of the c'ass. i Those attending were: Misses Jo, Anne Earth, Wanda Ramsey. Wanda : Ruth Rodcn, Jeanne Rav Isaacs, WlTS LARGEST SELLER AT 10' LVDIA E. When taken thruout month — Also a great stomachic tonic! 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