, l«.in tri 1 / THE PAM^A DAIltf KEWS, Pampa, Tfexaa ' r r * t- Classified Page, Where Buyer and Seller Meet Classified dvertising Rate* Information JJUI W*fci «*l »*« 'trlctly ca»h *nd Di teeepted over the phone with th« ftiftttt andeHt»nding that the account • to M paid »hen ont collector Mil). PfiONE YOtJR WAfo* AD TO 666 or 667 ; Ottt oonrttonJ "^S-tnlter will teeclv* tmi Want Ad, helping yon word It. All ad« for ^'Situation Wanted" end "t*«l and Found" are cash with order attdTwIll not lw aecepted over th« telt- Ph 0^t'-<jf-ttiwn adv.rtintnl, cub with — TK* Fampa Dally KEWS re«erTe§ th« right to classify all Wants Ads under appropriate headin«« and to revise or Tltthtold from publication any cony ijjttned objectionable. ' Notice of any error mnat b« eiven fo; time for correction befor* second Iniertion. , , "In case of any erfor or an omission (fa advertising of any nature The Dally SEWS «hall not be held liable for fcmagM farther than the amount rt- etltid for inch advertising:. .' LOCAL RATE CAHD j. BWECTJVE NOVEMBER J». Mil 1 day, Zo a word : minimum SOc. i, 1 days, 4e a word, minimum 60s. 16 per Word for each aucceedinn «sn« after th« first two Issues. The Pampa Daily NEWS For Sale •FOR • SALE—Four-room modern ;'. house and lot, $1,100. $250 cash, >«._!.,„„„ $30 per month. See W. T Hollls, 525 South Faulkner. lp-271 i WARD WASHING MACHINE, $15 Davis portable electric sewing ma- 'chine, $17.50; 2-piece living room i suite, $22.50; Incubator, $5. Irwln's :531 S. Cuyler. 2p-27r FOR SALE—Electric sewing ma= • chine. Also cow shed. 1310 Wes' ! Buckler. • lp-27. ,FOR SALE—Some heavy springe: ,,-aows. Jy-A. Purvis. 2j)-27: SEfcCVB'ARLEY—Have a little more good seed barley for sale. G mile. : north. J. L. Cecil. 3p-272 'FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, party leaving town. Will take car as down pay .ment. Phone 336. M. P. Downs. ! , 3c-27: • iS5r _ ~BUICK sell cheap. ton. , 4-door sedan. Mus Phorfe 336. Mr. Fey Sc-27 _ _ BULK' GARDEN SEED, grass see rsJind ! on/oh sets. Zeb's Fee IStor.^^ tfc-27 ! If Mrs. E. R. Sunkel Mil call the Pampa Dally News office, sh will receive a free ticket to see Le 'Tracy and Sally Eilers in " Car I nival," Wednesday. ;MERIT EGG MASH. Pellets, mil maker, all mash starter and a other Merit Feeds. Zeb's Feed Stor ' , tfc-2 r SLIGHTLY USED United Motoi car radio. .Bargain. Radio Eiectr in The Big Radio. 3c-27 HERE IS A GOOD buy. 12-roorr rp/oming house. Partly furnishei Reasonable. Terms. See M. Heflii realtor, corner Kingsmill and Ba 3C-27 Board and Room IOTEL MAYNARD—Rooms, room with board. Meals served family tyle, 35c. Hot biscuits. Mrs. W. C. rtckenzie. 7p-272 Automotive Used Car Values 1 wo 1933 Chevrolet Sedans >31 Chevrolet Coach 131 Chevrolet Sedan wo 1931 Chevrolet Coupes 131 Ford Coach wo 1930 Chevrolet Coupes 133 Ford Coach 930 Ford Coach i3l Ford Coach 131 Ford Coupe 134 Chevrolet Truck 933 International Pickup others to pick from. Culberson-Smalling Chevrolet Co., Inc. AUTO LOANS CARSON LOFTUS Room 303, Combs-Worley Bid*. Phone 710 Some Extra Clean Buys In Used Cars 1934 Ford Sedan 1934 Ford Sedan 1934 Ply. Sedan 1933 Ply. Sedan 1933 Dodge Sedan 1933 Ply Coach 1933 Chcv. Coupe 1930 Dodge Sedan 1030 Chcv. Coach 1931 Ford Coach 1929 Chev. Sedan Others at less than $100.00 Located at the north side of Montgomery Ward and Co. C. B. Gloar Motor Co. Used Car Lot Personal STILL LOVES VIRGINIA WILCOX, YOUTH TESTIFIES BY JOHN JAMESON, Associated Press Staff Writer. PAWNEE, OWa., Feb. 19 </P)— The prosecution squared off today for its final attack on the twin picas of insanity and self defense submitted by counsel for Phil Kennamer, on trial for murder. Dr. Sidney Born of Tulsa. whose son met a mysterious death following the Thanksgiving night slaying of John Gorrell, for which Kennamer is on trial, was ready to testify. So were teachers and former as-1 ers. Harvester Vol. 4 PAMPA matt SCHOOL, FEBRUARY 10, 1935. No. 22 Guill Commends Students Who Tried for Cast "They all did a mighty fine job," Ben Quill said yesterday, speaking of the thirty students who tried out Saturday for parts in the one act play contest. The seven casts entered in the preliminaries were trained by student directors under the general leadership of Mr. Giull. The final cast will be selected March 2, after two weeks of intensive ti-aining under Mr. Guill. Paul Schneider was chosen by the judges for the part of Anthony, along with three others who tied. Those who tied are Roy Webb, LaVerne Courson, and Maurice Saund- THE STAFF Editor-in-chifif....Jlm Bob Johnson Managing; editor George Lane News editor Mildred Tolbert Sports editor Otto Rice Society editor....Ella Faye O'Kcefe Humor editor BIHle Bralton Faculty advisor Fannie May Reporters: Minnie Archer, Albert Austin, Harry Barnett, Alice Bowers, Minnie Dlttmcycr, Doris Hall, Loritii Hogart, Leslie Holley, Elsie Johnson, Lcroy Johnson, Mary Jane Kribbs, Marion McClain, Blanche McMillcn, John Martin, Lillian Rice, Vinrinia Roberts, Basil Stalcup, Pauline Stewart, Madffc Tiemann, La Verne Cour- snn. PENNY VOTING FOR BEAUTY AND POPULARITY CONTESTS IS HEATED -© STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS"; AND INDIGESTION victims, why suffer? For quick relief get a free sample of Udga Tablets, a doctor's prescription, at City Drug Store. - 3p-272 Work Wanted HOUSEKEEPING by middle aged lady. Prefer elderly lady or couple. Can give references. Call 646. Monday 2 to 5 o'clock. 3h-272 If Mrs. Milt Williams will call at the Parnpa Daily News office, she will receive a free ticket to see Lee Tracy and Sally Eilers in " Car- nlval," Wednesday. MARRIED MAN with family wants job on farm or ranch. Will go anywhere. Excellent references fur- sociates of the defendant, 19-year- old son of Franklin E. Kennamer, Federal judge for the northern dis- irict of Oklahoma. Kennamer, in a sensational 3-hour stay on the stand yesterday, brought the trial to a climax. Calmly, he answered all questions, even voluteering answers after his counsel had overruled him. His choice of English was precise, and brought frowns of perplexity to the faces of some of the spectators. In even tones he testified he associated with Gorrell in an attempt to thwart an extortion plot entered by the student dentist. The plot, he said, was aimed at Virginia Wilcox, 19-year-old daughter of H. F. Wilcox, Tulsa oil millionaire. "Do you love her now?" Kennamer was question. "Yes," he breathed, almost in- atidibly; Without hesitation, Phil Kennamer swung into his recital of the events of the Tulsa automobile ride Thanksgiving night, which ended with Gorrell's death—shot with his own pistol. Kennamer said Gorrell asked him how the plot was progressing, and if he had mailed the extortion letter. "I told him I had not," testified Kennamer, "and that I did not intend to do so. I told him I was going to do all I could to prevent any harm coming to Virginia Wilcox. I told him I would go to the authori- nished. Jack Clift. Courts, cottage 4. South Pampa 3h-272 FOR SALE—Filing cabinet, storage cabinet, rolled top desk. 307 West 'Foster, Pampa Transfer and Storage Co.. 3c-272 FOR SALE—See Rob Seeds at 712 W. Francis for bargain in 7-room house, close in on pavement. Double garage with apartment over garage, 'income $65.00. Bargain for cash. ' ; Cp-27% 5-TsA'LE— Painting and paper• •- — " and Son. 50C-306 :ahging. J. W. Grout '1 North Purviance St. BY RELIABLE man. Any kind of work considered. Freddy Stineman. Apply one door north of Hilltop Grocery. 3h-272 HOUSEWORK OR practical nursing. Can give good references. Mrs. Conley, Operators Lease, 4 miles west of Pampa. P. O. box 129. 3h-272 Harriet Ann Robb and Burton Tolbert were selected for the role of Francesco. Elizabeth Graham and Pearl Blbens were chosen for Mrs. Howard. Virginia Roberts and Mary Adams were chosen for the part of Mrs. Brown. District Tourney To Begin Friday The Pampa Harvesters will play host to the district two elimination basketball tournament in Pampa NOTABLE NOTHINGS OF P. H. S. By the Nimble Nit-Wits this week-end. day. The winner ties. " 'By God, you'll never do anything with that letter' were the last words I heard reached him say. for the pistol and ;be«uty Parlor* !' Guaranteed $£00 Oil Permanent $1.50 Duart Permanent $1.95. Oil Treatment and Finger Wave One Week Later Included 55ULA BROWN'S BEAUTY SHOP '' Adams Hotel Bldg. 114 N. Ballard — Phone 345 Track and Football Boys Working Hard Track and football candidates continue to work out each afternoon on the Sam Houston grounds under the coaching of Harry Phillips and E. N. Dennard. Scrimmage will be held at the end f this week's work, according to loach Phillips. STAIt CAOER HAS MUMPS DALLAS, Feb. 19. (fP)— Paul iriggs, star Southern Methodist .niversity basketball player, de- eloped a case of mumps today and irobably will not compete in the Mustangs crucial two-game series lere this week-end against Arkari- as. PERMANENTS — $1.00 up. Mrs jHobbs, opposite Pampa Hospital. P,llpne 1097. 24p-289 f OIL PERMANENTS f. Come in and let us give you a I beautiful oil permanent. No I students. Soft water. No hair , or .scalp burns. Set and dry 25 "t'cents. $1.50 (gheltou and Eugene. Phone 848 to $7.50. Mrs. Frank Yatea l nopr JVmt New Post Office, w$tito(»nao Tailor Shop Lost •Feb. 13, one syfo clynograpl- ;'2-foot black case. Return to '''lie company. Reward. 3p-272 Tifrs. Clyde King will call a "Pampa Daily News office, she receive a free ticket to see Lee iy and Sally Eilers in " rl °" " Wednesday. Car iT—Male spike tail bulldog, 3 feet, answers to name Bobo," missing from 5 i station. L. H. Talley. ! For Rent —Lovely front bedroom lining bath. Close in. 311 N St. J lc : 27 BENT—Two-room furnishe «»>itli bath. Bills paid. $25 ptauth Reed. Couple only. lp-27 i' JU3NT 1 -—Furnished apartmen iJd. Bent reasonable. But ..White Deer. 3c-27 jted To Buy BUY—Used radios J,* pxohange used radios jjc Jn The Bjg Hadio. gc-27 Play will begin Fri- of this tournament will go to Canyon with the winners of the Chlldrcss, Amarillo, and Lubbock districts to play for the right to enter the state tournament at Austin. Pampa is favored to capture the local tournament. Led by Capt. J. R. Green, the Harvesters went on a scoring spree this past week-end and defeated the Hedley Owls and the Canyon Eagles. Green scored 27 points Friday night in defeating Hedley 50-11. Hedley has a new coach and young and inexperienced material this year and was no match for the Harvesters. Canyon fell before a barrage ot points Saturday night and lost 40-17. J. R. Green sank 30 points in this game. Edward Scott, guard, who has been hampered by illness, played commendably in these two games. In the Canyon game Scott brought it right up to my face and he snapped it. "There was a brief struggle. 1 was pushing him in the face and attempting to turn the gun on him. "There was an explosion. I don't know who pulled the trigger." Two psychiatrists testified they believed Kennamer suffering from a' type of insanity known as "psychopathic personality" at the time Gorrell was slain. Kennamer himself has insisted upon the witness stand that he is and was sane. Should rebuttal witnesses testify briskly, a possibility exists that closing arguments may be started tomorrow. .«. Girls Will Compete For Championship Miss Kathleen Milam, director of girls athletics, has announced that the Harvesterettes will play a 3- game series with the winner of the Panhandle-Goodnight tilt. The series will probably begin Wednesday and will determine the bi-sectional girl champions. Have your & Thomas. shoes fitted at Kees (Adv.) sank one of the prettiest field goals of the season after dribbling down the court to a scoring position. In both games Stokes Green, brother of J. R., was second high point man. His playing has been vastly improved. Mayse Nash, usually a constant scoring threat, has failed to click in the last few games. Nash has usually been among the high point men for the season but his scoring has fallen off noticeably. •* Horace Mann, Will Give Program for Assembly Tomorrow Horace Mann school, under the direction of Miss Josephine Thomas, will put on a program for assembly tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock in the gym. A chorus composed of 70 boys and girls will begin the program. A "still life" representing colonial days and also a chorus composed of ten girls will be presented. Those girls are: Dorothy Nell Trumble, Hazel Claxton, Geraldine Smith, Mary Mac McCue, Iris Williams, June Marie Amick, Neva Lou Woodhouse, Eloise Taylor, Geneva Lou Stevens and Peggy Cunningham. Miss Frances McCue and Miss Ask Leslie Holley and Paloma Cox why Mr. Phillips called them Romeo and Juliet. Miss Branom's door is now called "shut me not." Mr. Smellage: When did you hold up your hand? Rosemary: I held up my hand for half an hour a minute ago. Anyone having any information about Mr. Osborne's hat that was lost in Amarillo, please keep it to yourself, for he wanted to lose it anyway. . . Mr. Dennard says that he is going to stick by his alibi that he skinned his head on the car top. We wonder! Snooper thinks Leon Miller has dramatic" typing ability, judging from his actions last Friday while trying to type a letter. Shirley Temple has a rival, judging from the young lady who sang "The Good Ship Lollypop" in assembly last week. Why did Clyde Johnson's face get red when someone asked him why Missouri was the lonesomest place in the United States? George Lane says he can get all the pictures we want of Christina Hendrix. Telling off on Big Brother, George? Beware of Blanche McMillen? chocolate candy. At a local banquet, Mr. Smellage was heard to remark as he handed Miss Siddons the butter, "Take two they're little." Mildred Tolbert is a very, very popular girl, or that is the conclusion Snooper came to after observing the male escorts she came into assembly with last Friday. Miss McFarlin was very proud of the Valentine someone sent her. Some of the lady teachers seem anxious to take up Mr. Phillips' offer in assembly last week. Snooper has came to the conclusion John Martin is an exact duplicate of Harold Bray. Rex: What is drama? Mickey: Above your head. Rex: Oh, you're-thinking of a hat. Those girls who want someone to take care of their purses, see Frank Mc'Laughlin, expert purse carrier. Ask Flora Deen Finley about holding up the works. * Snooper thinks Albert Austin would make a good Macbeth because his voice sounds spookey at the right time in those eerie scenes in the "Tragedy, of Macbeth." Some kind janitor should fix the door of room 311. Miss Branom and Mr. Phillips have a. terrible time keeping it closed. "Where we are there's daggers in men's smiles," quoted Miss May from Shakespeare's "Macbeth." She added, for an example, that when Tumbling Team to Appear This Week Under the guidance of Harry Kelley, the high school tumbling ;eam Is scheduled for two appearances this week. Last night the team appeared be- ore the Magnolia Safety Institute at the city hall. P. T. A. will be host to the squad tonight in a pro- tram entirely of gymnastics. Per- ormances will be on the parallel bars, trapeze, and tumbling. The team is composed of: Brownie Boyington, Malcolm Albertson, Wincer Baker, Buck Hays. Leon Harris, R. B. Ragsdale. Bill Seeds, James Herring, James Kidwell, Hol- lls McClain, George Porter, Ralph Hamilton, Bill Morrow, Jim Bob Johnson, and Arvo Goddard. •»• • Students Enjoyed Assembly Program High school students thoroughly enjoyed the assembly program presented by Sam Houston school lasl week and were eager to^ know the little folks who took part. First grade youngsters from Miss Wilma Chapman's room gave the following numbers: . v Welcome Song—Kenneth Seyffert Song, "Who Will Be My Valen- Much Class Spirit Is Shown on First Voting Day Voting in the annual's beauty and popularity contest, though started only yesterday, has already become heated. Official standing of the twelve candidates will be posted on the bulletin board each day. 12 Candidates Entered Jerry Mitchell, senior; Flora Deen Finley, junior; and Betty Blythc, sophomore, are named by their class as most popular girl. For thy most popular boy, Mayse Nash, senior; Scott Mulllns, junior; and Roy Showers, sophomore, have been nominated. Christina Hendrix, senior; Velda Richards, junior; and Theda Cox, sophomore, were selected the most beautiful girl. John Markie, senior; J. R. Green, junior; and Stokes Green, sophomore, have been nominated as best looking boy in school. Votes rae one cent each. A student may vote for any candidate he llkef though the main purpose of the contest is to create class loyalty, according to an announcement by Miss Fannie May, contest manager. Sponsors Handle Votes Votes for sophomore candidate may be turned in to Mr. Smellage, Miss Milam, Mr. Osborne, Miss Cox, or Mrs. Massa. Club Offers Prize For Best Poems For the best original poem by A student of Pampn high school, El Progresso club will give a prize of $2.50, according to announcement made last week by Miss Pannle May, head of he English department. Second prize will be $2. The contest will close March 1. A student may submit as many poems as he wishes, and no limitations have been placed on type or subject matter. Students may ask their English teachers for suggestions and corrections before turning in the final copy. Typewritten copies of the poems must be in the hands of Miss May by March 1. Instead of writing his name at the end of the poem, the student should put his name and classification at the top of the page wwhere he ordinarily endorses papers. The purpose of the contest Is to encourage students In creative expression. "Many students make frequent atempts at writing poetry and now p.nd then show their efforts to their teachers," Miss May says. "But many others could do some really fine things if they only tried." She urges that students not be timid, about submitting their poems. This contest is one of two being sponsored by El Progreaso club. The other is an essay contest in the junior higTi scno °|; SOii'dents Organize Commercial Club Jeanne Bisett, Kathryn Rose, and Peggy Joyce Eckerd, Charles Showers, Art Berry. Cowboy Dance— Kenneth Seyffert, Russell Lee Kennett, Elwyn Kelley, Bobby Lee Hill, Martha Jeanne Bisett, Louise McAnnally, Kathryn Rose, Peggy Joyce Eckerd, accompanied by Betty Ann Culberson from Miss Violet Durrett's fourth grade room. Tap Dance— Betty Jean Pavey. Reading — Ramon Lewis Wilson. Dramatization, "The Queen of Hearts— King, Bobby Lee Hill; Queen, Martha Jeanne Bisett; Knave, Charles Showers; Chancellor, Ramon Lewis Wilson; and maids, Jean York, and Peggy MaYtha Junior votes wUl be received by Ohick, Ironi Mrs. John Eckerd. Theda Bradley's first grade room sang "On the Good Ship Lollypop." The following boys and girls from Mrs. Sain Irwin's third grade room gave a playlet intitled "The Valentine Man": Bonnie Sublett, Mary Alice Brown, Pattie Gossett, Wilma Braham, Connie Wilson, Homer Martin, Douglass Smith, Glenn Coats, Milton Ayres, Carl Tillstrom, Shirley Ruddy, Dorothy Suttle, Mildred Austin, Ruby Minatree. Mrs. Durrett's fourth grade room: Harris Lee Hawkins gave two ukulele solos. Three of Miss Estilene Harris' sixth grade girl danced a colonial minuet: Jacqueline Hurst, Meribeile Hazard and Marjory McColm. Mrs. R. A. Selby was in general charge of the program. Mr. Kelley, Miss Siddons, Mr. Gordon or,Miss Latimer. Mr. Dennard, Miss May, Mis& Schulkey, or Mrs. Alexander will ;ake votes for senior candidates. Freshjnen who Wish to vote for sophomore candidates may cast their votes with the sophomore sponsors or with the freshman sponsors, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Nuckols, and Mrs. Clark. The winning candidate from each group will have a full page picture in the annual. The contest closes March 1. P.RS.P.A. to Hold Convention Here THIS CURIOUS WORLD BFy . Loma Groom will these numbers. be in charge of Gilmore Nunn, general manager of Tlie NEWS, will give a talk on Washington. The high school band will play, and the student body will sing "The Star Spangled Banner" in honor of Washington's birthday. The Miller AMBLYPOD, A CURIOUS ANIMAL, SETS OF HORNS/ IT VANISHED FROM THE EARTH MILLIONS OP YEARS AGO. COMES FROM 7HE CASSAVA WHICH CONTAINS DEADLY HVDROCVAMIC ACID. THE HEATING PROCESS USED IN MAWMQ "TAPIOCA KILLS THE POISON, 5 - © 193! av NEA SERVICE. INO. i-as ECLIPSES OF THE SUN CAN BE SEEN FROM ONLY A SMALL BELT OF THE EARTH'S SURFACE/ ECUPSES OF THE MOON CAN BE SEEN FROM ANY PART OF THE EARTH. The students of Wpodrow Wilson and Sam Houston schools who presented the fine programs in our last two assemblies certainly deserve some credit. They should make us ashamed of ourselves, for, if we worked as hard as they evidently do, there would be no end of the things P. H. S. could accomplish with all its talent. Is it time to start thinking seriously about Interscholastic league literary events. The athletic teams can get all the support they need very easily; so nothing needs to be said about them. But isn't it more credit to a school to be outstanding in literary events? , we pass some girl that's been stepping with out boy friend we smile at her, but— • Snooper learned from Lorita Hogan that all a person needs to become a reporter is two pencils. Ask Dorothy Darling which joke she enjoyed the best in the sixth hour study hall'Friday. Snooper wonders when Mildred Tolbert joined Hi-Y. Even though the weatherman says it's not so, spring has sprung. You should hear Jerry Mitchell or Lillion Rice recite that cute poem. Snooper hears Madge Tiemann is so dumb she wondered why there weren't 11 men on the basket ball team. Sh actually hollered' for a touchdown Friday night. Snooper hears Howard Zimmerman and James Foster really went over big with the girls at Heald. (Little country church). Did you hear someone say that girl reporters would make.a basketball game sound like a tea party? Well, some certain co-eds wonder how a boy would write up a wedding or any other social affairs? It might sound like a football game. Invitations were mailed today to 50 high schools in the Panhandle, asking the staffs and faculty advisers of the school newspapers, annuals, and magazines to attend the second annual jconvention of Faculty to Play Groom Quintet Groom's strong independent basketball team will play the Pampa Faculty team here Wednesday night, according to W. N. Anderson, faculty manager. The Pee-Wees will play the Mobeetie Pee-Wees preceding the Groom-Pampa game. Townsend leads the Groom aggregation. He was selected on the all-state basketball and track teams in 1932. Townsend is one of the outstanding basketball players in the Panhandle. The faculty have played the Groom team once at Groom and won 30-25. Odus Mitchell and Frank Monroe, former WTSTC players, are the stars for the faculty. An amateur independent basketball tournament will be sponsored in Groom, next week by the inde- pjndenls. Entry of the local team lias already been mailed. The probably starting lineup for the faculty is: E. N. Dennard, guard; Winston Savage, guard; Odus Mitchell, center; Frank Monroe, forward; Bennett or Kelley, forward. .«Debaters to Go To WicMta Falls Shorthand students met last Thursday and organized the Commercial club, which will meet twice a month at 6:30 o'clock. It is composed of 27 members. Tile following officers were elected: Sarah De Woody, president; Joyce Smith, vice president; and. Julia Baker, secretary. The aim of the club is to discuss topics of interest to stenographers which arc not covered in a regular stenographic course, and also to help students learn shorthand better and faster, to help the members to develop tact, patience, and consideration of others, and to help them develop cooperative ability. Members answer the roll call with a current event. "We will be glad to have any visitors who are interested in the progress of shorthand," said Miss Zenobia McFarlin, club sponsor. At the first meeting of the club, Principal L. L. Sone gave a talk on "Some of the Qualities to Be Found in a Good Stenographer." Some of the main points brought out in his talk were: Keep business inside the doors of the office, accuracy, system, of routine, personal appearance, de- do as pendability, and learning to you are told. The club has the following committees: Social, Julia Baker, Hester Lster, and Odessa Winkler; publicity, Rosa Belle Feed, Jones Make, and Jerry Mitchell; entertainment, Joyce Smith, Christine Harshey, and Burton Tolbert. Panhandle High School Press the association to be held here April 27, according to Elsie Johnson, secretary-treasurer of the organization. The association will sponsor- a contest and will award prizes to the best school papers. Details of the contests will be announced within a few days. The P. H. S. P. A. was organized last year at a meeting in Canyon. Officers of the organization ore: President, Vena Mae Moon, Dalhart; vice president, Bill Cone, Canyon; secretary-treasurer, Elsie Johnson, Pampa; faculty adviser. Fannie May, Pampa. Charter membei's of the associa- ,lon are high schools of Amarillo, Canyon, Dalhart, Happy, Hereford, Fampa, Panhandle, Shamrock, Tulia, and W. T. S. T. O. Wheeler has since joined. Home EC Students Visit Local Firms THE cassava plant, the root? ot which furnish us with tapioca, grows in South'America. It attains a height ot 10 £eetj and the roots weigh from °B8 '° ? The winning of first place in state in the one-act play contest last year should be an incentive to us. We should, be able to do things for Pampa high, ourselves. Our school has a fine name. This name was established by those who went before us. The least we can do is uphold this name 'and enlarge it little by little. ^Let's do it. MISS KATHLEEN MILAM WILL ATTEND CONVENTION Miss Kathleen Milam, girls' physical education Instructor, will leave Thursday to attend the regional convention pf business and professional women of the Y. W. C. A., of which she Is president. Social security will be the theme of the convention, which will be attended by delegates from Teicas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas, Students Vie For First in Contests Keen rivalry is developing between students in an effort to win the right to represent P. H. S. in the district Interscholastic league meet as preliminary eliminations are being held in various literary contests. The following students competed in the first essay writing contest this afternoon under the direction of Miss Gracie Fern Latimer: Mildred Tolbert, Florence Macy, Mary Belle Grace, Alta Marie Terrell, Max Kirby, Sybil Taylor, Betty Blytbe, Hampton Stennis, Jim Bob Johnson, Hazel Bath, Mattie Brown, Mary McCollum. Spelling contestants meet each day at 12:30 and 4 o'clock with Miss Olarine Branom.. Those signed are: Albert Austin, Bessie Belle Davis, Doyle Enloe, Sarah DeWoody, Alta Marie Terrell, Nellie Fox, Pauline Fox. The first eliminations in extemporaneous speaking, directed by Miss Ruth ' Siddons, will be held Friday afternoon. The one-act play contestants have been narrowed down to two casts. Students 'interested in declamation should see Ben Guili. Chemjstry Class Elects Officers Mrs. Frances Alexander's home room 314 held a meeting Feb. 7 and elected the following officers for six weeks: Ferrel Heard, president; Maurene Pearce, secretary; Pauline Noel, reporter; Reginald Mitchell, Erdine Benton, and Lena Wigginton, program committee. Programs'planned by the officers are presented the first 15 minutes each Wednesday and Friday morning. During the home room period last week, the class took pictures and developed them in the chemistry laboratory. Some of them will appear in the annual. Gorilla Team Ends Basketball Season After finishing a half-way successful season the Gorillas under Coach Harry Kelly have disbanded their basketball team for the remainder of the season. The Gorillas have not lost to a second team of any school. All losses have been at the hand of first teams. They have won fifty per cent of their games this season. John Martin and La Verne Courson are fast becoming one of the best debate teams in the Panhandle, according to their coach, Doyle F. Ostaorne. The boys gave an excellent account of themselves at the speech tournament held in Amarillo last week-end, winning four of five matches. They will represent P. H. S. at an invitation tournament in Wichita Falls, March 8 and 9. Lorita Hogan and Goldie Blodgett were the Pampa girls in the tournament, at which ten schools were represented. Lorita Hogan's withdrawal from this activity to concentrate on her studies will necessitate a new combination. Hazel Bath will probably take her place. DID YOU KNOW- Mr. Quill is planning to stage a gigantic, stupendous, colossal "follies" some time in.March? Biliie Bratton, humor editor of the Little Harvester, is out of school on account of Illness? John Lawson, former P. H. S. student, visited here last Friday? Richard Wilks has withdrawn from school? His family have moved to Missouri. Several ex-students, Lorraine Noel File, Grace New Ward, Roberta Montgomery, Anna Mae-Gotcher, Mary Katherine Stokes Burch, Willie Isbell, and Inez Keyes Sumner, were at assembly last Friday. Jerry Mitchell, senior candidate for popular girl, is in the Worley hospital? She was operated on for appendicitis Sunday. The library assistants held their regular meeting today? The senior class party has been postponed until "David Copperfield". comes? March 7 is the next picture making day fpr the annual? •Mr. Fisher and Mr. Sone visited Miss Branom's second hour English class last Thursday, and Mr. Fisher gave a talk 6i> "How We Should Study Our Literature and Life?" Mrs. Alexander's fourth' hour bio. logy class took a trip to-the park last Th.ursd.ay to "hunt for Insects?" Home economics students have visited several places of interest in connection with their studies recently. Mrs. J. B. Massa's II B class visited the De Luxe cleaners Thursday morning. Clarence Kennedy showed them through the plant, explaining the process of cleaning and pressing garments. Little souvenir darning kits were presented to each girl. Miss Angela Strnad's ' IA class visited the Gray County creamery and learned how milk is pasteurized. John I. Bradley, local real estate agent, gave a talk to Mrs. Massa's IIIB class this afternoon on city zoning, the protection of property through the restrictions of various districts, and factors to be considered in buying a lot. TYPING STUDENTS MAKE HIGH RECORD IN PRACTICE In a practice match yestereday afternoon with White Deer, the typing teams made an unusually high record. Bob Smellage is coaching the typing team, which will represent the school in the Interscholastic league contests. Pampa students made the following records in the 15 minute speed test: Helen Marie Jones, 59 words per minute, 99 percent accuracy. Flora Deen Finley, 49 words per minute, 99 per cent accuracy. Velda Richard, 45 words per minute, 98 per cent accuracy. Valeen Phillips, 41 words per minute, 99 per cent accuracy. Evelyn Bicknell, 36 words per minute, 96 per cent accuracy. These students began typing in September. White Deer students here were Viola Holmes, Aileen Shielknight, and Eleanor Haiduk. They were accompanied by. their coach, Mrs. Mitchell Powers. MEET THE HARVESTERS Name— JAMES HERRING. Age— 17. Weight— 135 Ibs. Height— 5 ft. 9% in. Position — Guard and forward. Previous ex. — Gorillas '34. Name— AARON HUNTER. Age— 15. Weight— 135 Ibs. Height— 5 ft. 8 in. Position — Guard. Previous ex. — Gorillas . '34. Name— JUNIOR STRICKLAND, Age— 16. . Weight— 155 Ibs, Height— 6 ft. 3 in. Position— Center and forward. Previous . 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