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SCHOOL CffdRCIS WILl mis TO HEAR SONGS f AtMTORM 300. ; Part to An all-School e&ricert by 300 Students Mil be presented this eve- nlrtg at 8 b'clock in the high school ttudltorifliti, opch to the public. Chottises from all the Pahipa schools will take ' part, singing gejKftdiely ahd In mussed 'numbers. lie free 1 program is a preliminary to National Music week. It will be directed .\py the six public school ttffip tethers With 'Miss Helen ItfftJHfoJmusIc supervisor, as general cftairinan 'at arrangements. Mrs. CV"E. v Pdwell and 'Miss Pauline Stewart will be accompanists. r Directors are Mrs. Eugene L. Sten- stranci of B. M. Baker school, Miss Tabitha Adkisson of Horace Mann, Miss Ruby Thompson of Sam Houston, Miss Hope Wells of Woodrow Wilson, Mrs. Roy Reeder of Junior high. A special stage arrangement has been made to seat the large chorus on -the main stage and In the orchestra pit of the new auditorium. The program is announced as follows: £ A '-Merry Life, Denza; Sundown, Irish air— Combined chorus. '"At .'the "Street Fair, Italian folk son— Biker school octet. Out of the Dusk to You, Lee — Sam Houston triple trio. 'fianta'. Lucia, Italian folk song- Horace. Mann sextet. I'Lfttle Bluebird of My Heart, Grey -^Wbodrbw Wilson double sextet. •Who Has Seen the Wind, Beach; Tthe 'Rose Tree, Praetorius; John Pgel, English folk song — Elementary school chorus. il Bacio, Arditi — Junior High cho- rvjs With Jane Hatfield, soloist. JDrtnk to Me Only With Thlrie Eyes/English air— High school mixed chorus. .Greeting to Spring, Strauss; Pale Moon, Logan — Junior ahd Senior High school chorus. •Land of Hope and Glory, Elgar— Combined chorus. • • - . - .«. Bride Is Given ihower Thursday At White Deer , A lovejy shower honoring Mrs. Sidney Harris, recent bride at White Ifeer, was given yesterday after- nbttn'p.t the.home of Mrs. Charles Slack with Mmes. Eugene Richardson and J. O. Inman as co-host- • MM Qf SflfiJfty * PAGE TWO FRIDAY-EVENING, APRIL"30, 1937- To ,Mrs. Harris is the former Miss Ciirrie, Lee Richardson, daughter of Mr.'and Mrs. W. R. Richardson of 'White'Deer. The couple married at sUyre, Okla., April 17 and are at Ktoie in White Deer now, XPink" and 'white decorations were used .'in the rooms yesterday, and tlie same colors appeared in the re- fr)fehments of cake and punch. "'^jjfts were presented to the bride b'y.'Mmes. John Roberts, J. B. Jones, E.' C. Shurman, Eula Bishop, Alva Holmes, B. F. Block Jr., Alice Pipes, Bift Watson, Roy Tribble, Russell, Jllfikleson, Roy Blankenship, Jim wHlte, G. B. Moss, Bruce Martin, Dread Lee. 'Mmes. Ray Gares, Bill Stubblefield, 'Elza 'Barnard, W. R. Richardson, Charles Black, J. O. Inman, Neal Edwards, George Phillips, W. MRS. R. L. FLOWERS. Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Flowers of Denton, veteran evangelists, will arrive Saturday to hold their first services in a revival at the First Methodist church, which begins Sunday and will continue for two weeks. They have just concluded a revival in Duncan, Okla., where seven churches united in the evangelistic efforts. For more than 20 years the Flowers have been engaged in evangelistic work, holding every type of revival In all parts of the nation. During his career Mr. Flowers has had more than 60,000 professions of faith from revivals in tabernacles, armories, warehouses, and under the open sky. For the past six seasons he has been in New York, Pennsylvania, R. L. FLOWtillS. I and Ohio, and will re turn-to Penn| s,ylvania in September. .He has been in the same city as many as; four times, and has worked with the same pastor as many as eight times. Texas has seen more than 300 Flowers revivals. Accompanying 'him in almost all his campaigns'has been Mrs. Flowers, who helps with 'the i music and conducts special meet- j ings for women. Services will begin Sunday, morning at 11 o'clock in iiie First Methodist church and will be .held daily during the week at 10 a. m. and 8 p. m. The pastor and the Church .extend a cordial invitation to the public and especially'to .singers of the various churches of the town to assist with the music. B. Carey, E. N. Earp; Misses Wilda Fay and Maxine Carey, Melba Guy, Lucille Rease, Lorene McFatridge, Viola Holmes, Wanita Welsh, Vernelle Block, all of White Deer. Mmes. J. D. Fleming, Ida Block, Jim Coffee, and J. D. Copper of Pampa; Mrs. Jim Coffee of Skellytown, Mrs. R. E. Ballard of Canyon. Picnics Given at Alanreed Recently ALANREED, April 30—A number of young people were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Reece at the Johnson ranch headquarters with a picnic Saturday night. Miss Pauline Word was co-hostess. A number of Alanreed people were visitors in the McLean First 'Methodist church for the services conducted by Rev. and Mrs. White Parker Sunday morning. A picnic on Whitefish creek, sponsored by the Epworth League, was en.)oyed Monday evening. Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Cole, Miss Willie Dee Hall, and Mrs. F. R. Crisp attend a Methodist conference in Clarendon Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Crisp left Monday for Longview to visit her sister, Mrs. Herman Vansickle. Certified tests in 89 Home Proving "Kitchens show current costs little more than ,a postage stamp . . .'even on ' hottest days! ECONOMIZER UNIT... Full-powered: sealcd- in sleel; Syr. warranty. • SANAUOY fROSIER... for fast freezing...up to 50% more ice per day. • TWPLE FOOD SAVER... sliding shelf with 3 china leftover dishes. 7-POIH1 CONTROL... for any desired coldness or"Ec0nomy "operation i EVE R Y HOUSE N E E OS WESTIKGHOUSE * I Pampa, Texa» 840 Girl Scout News The, Girl Scout troop sponsored by Woodrow Wilson Parent-Teacher association, will hereafter be known as troop four. That number was assigned Wednesday. An observation hike was made at the regular meeting this week. "The girls went in a truck to a point §outh of town, where they hiked in the canyons and sketched .maps. Later they ate a' picnic lunch. Troop members expressed their thanks .to Fred Shaddux for use of his truck. Two new members, Carolyn Darnell and Francine Stockton, were among, the 31 girls present. Earlene Shotwell and Marilyn Keck were visitors. Adult leaders pn tlje trip were Mmes. L. J. McCarty, '.E. ,'M. Keller, J. P. Posey, and Floyd Blanton. Honor Graduates Shamrock School BV MRS. PEYTON SjiAMfce>dK. A'jirlM.-r J. o'.'Sfiiie ill'^'.-valedicWrtian of the'Waini; rock high , school, arid Eyelyri"filU- sori sa'lutato#ah. ;Pflllb.wlig:±hehj'in ra^ik: are :o. -fi. JPfanks, 'ailft'6h'.Virhi. Uarhs, 'Helen "06bb. * ' ! ,Cpijiniehc^iaeh,c plajis ihave beeti completed. The! baccalaureate seri tnpn \vill ,be by the "Rev.'.' John'. It. Bahhister,-;pastor of ;the'> Church '.bf Christ at -Silk,' ,city, 6kla., ,at '.'the Methodist church the ' evening :','<J_ May 18, tyi'S: «a^lfoh,bf\Wichl,ta Falls .will deliver 'the cohijhencemeht address '^iay 20 in the" High "sehoo. auditorium. ; — A . f&itiily : 'reuiijbn.'.at 'the.'.H. ;B. Samrtohs ^me Buhday celebrated the 58th. attrilv'ersary ;,of ''Mr.'aiid Mrs. $ahimbhs. .'.All "of the/children were present, vtiuests . ,lnclu'ded . : Mr. arid Mrs. :o, B.iBrown and;daUgb.t)ef , Mr. , arid .'Mrs.'iFred "Saniinbris,, i^>rt Worth;:Mr. ahd'Mrs; Jdss i &amnibhs and Daughter,' 'Amartllp; !%s.: A-Vli. McCray ahd',da ugh t'eKi^'geby;. $/tt. and :Mi's, Hshry'Surrell ahd;'f.aiiiily;, Twitty; JL,, H, .Ba.bimons, l ;HQUstbri; Mr. . arid !Mrs.. ; W. :'B : . 'Samnions' Jr,, Mrs. Henry '.Howard, . Wrs. ''> Daisy Harp, John Harp, .' Shamrock. |: Mrs, Ollle Petf le e^tertetaed .itieihr bers and: gUests of Wednesday 'bfid'gfe club at her' h'Otne Monday. '• The funeral of Richard WJsch- kaemper, eBrWhb^.died'.or-a^arjilytlc stroke 'Siiriday at liis 'hpmp : 'in i.Sani 1 norwdod community, .was conducted there 'Tuesday. "He was prominent in state agricultural associations. Mrs. Ahne 'McDonald left this week 'for '< Wichita Falls ".to join ( ari aunt and uncle for a trip 'to -New York that will start a world 'cruise. Pactice for .the national school band contest, to be held "in Oklahoma City May 14 and 15, is keeping members of .Junior High, ,ba'nd j:busy now. The,band is eligible':to ,enter the national:contest by,.virtue: ( of its- highly superior iratlng in the recent North Texas band contest 'here.' . ' ., Director -A.,Q. Cox.arinounces'the following reliearsal schedule forithe next three days; a'.part of the'band's campaign to "leave 'no sour "notes unturned." ' ' .B'ridax.jreeds .practiced.at 7)45 a; m., full band.to.practice from 4 to 5:30. ,....'.. ,paturday,,8 a.' m.,'baritones, tenor arid baritone'.sax. 9'a.'in., cornets, ip a. ,m., all reeds, .'1 p. in., basses, and altos. 5,'15-p. m'., trtmbopes,. ' 'Monday, .7-45 -a. 'in,, 'full 'band 4:15 ;p.,m., oboe and sax. '5(15 p. m,, drums. APRIL BRING MAY PD0WERS AND SOMETIMES GIVE'BABY A COLD— We fRemind That at all .times there! is a registered pharma-! cist at our store to quickly and accurately fill your prescription.^ INTUPLETS ]MMT fcholc*,fprMfti* ^.wt.. t w wm-r . $uple«,fQr.iM>pun5y, .V»fatf** W t .absQJReney * Double tterimw for your ^protection, !A B S . IN THf . bejr fKt«e»?ed th(^ featM«f needed for correct feeding. Eaiy to cje^n i^rtd sterilize/Perfectly ^ •hgpcd fno-jtUT^y, Easy |o put on. 0)) s TJ5EBLE CLEF'S 30 AT Returns Made Here • Hefeetttly Returning a visit made lost winter tty the M&cDowell Music club of AmaWllo, members of the Treble dluf club took a program to that itoUp yesterday at Polk Street Methodist Church in Amarillo. Sev- etai, guests assisted TVeble Clef Jheftibers. ,'tFhe -follbwirig .program was pre- setited by .the Pampahs: '$armena, Wilson; Serenade, Schu- beft; -Royal Minuet, Beethoven; Pn/ily , Spross— (Jlub chorus, accom- •p'aMied : by 'itfrs- Walter F. G. Stelh. ' 'Bfrie ' C'ariube, gtraUss— Whistling sjalpi,by 'lyfrs. Roy West. "'Deep iRiver, Negro spiritual; i/it- 'tle'Boy Blue— Lester Aldrich, barl- tijhe, ioiolst. "Spring dance arid "Spanish dance -jKathryn Vihcient 'Steele. :Rustle, of V, Spring, Siridlg— Piano sold'by'Mrs. May P. .Carr! 'Reaqihg-^Kathryn Vincent Steele. j^Iy.XHeart if t Thy Sweet Voice, SaltitiSaens— Triple trio. .'J^ehibel-s.'of the triple trio ^vere Mmes.^b McCoy, Alex. Schneider, Car'r, 'i&ayld iiodge, Harry Scare, .Calvin Jones, Walter Waiiner, . H. O. 'Roberts, i J. ,,C. McWilliams. Other iTfteble ;clef menibets who sang' In the chdf Us ^were, Mines. W. A. Bratton, !t*red.!spulium, ' Ralph DUribar, j'arrls >pden, and Miss Jlnima . .Quests frpin,:Pampa '.vyho did not take .Vpaijt. ,bn" prbgi'am were Mines. B'aiQ''Shepherd arid'R. L, Shepherd. '"The 'Amarillo ;club seryed tea from a .teble'lbvely' with spring flowers, i .The next .program by Treble-Clef •mein.bers 'will be 'broadcast Sunday .afternoon at 2:45, 'from station KP&N. _ ._ . piniier-Dance Is Evfcrt By, Lela Callaway . ' CANADIAN, r April 30 — •Mrs. Celia JBarton entertained a. group of young folks, in her beautiful country home vpiursday evening with a dirin'er- 'dance. The affair .was in honor of the birth'day anniversary .of 'her grand daughter, Miss Celia Dee Reynolds. The large birthday cake was placed 'in the.-., center of the- table and 'lilacs -decorated the rooms. A four icourse dinner was served to the fqlIpwing: .Mr..,and Mrs. Howard Lane ':6f Booker," Mr. arid- Mrs. R. T; Kelly, ;Jr.; Mis? Xiacte'a! King. arid'LatrBar- ton , of Lipscomb; Dee Brewer of Booker. Mrs. C. W. Callaway entertained with 'a party at the White House Country -club Wednesday afternoon in honor of her' son; Dallas, Who was : 10 years old. Mrs. 'Preston 'Hutton assisted., Thirteen ;.boys and .'girls helped him celebrate the occasion. i Mr. arid Mrs. Tom Freeman left vWednesday morning 'for ' : Los An- geies,.*Ca'llf, '.". .'. . . . Churdli Leader Will %ak for F. E. Smith of Indianapolis, ind., one of Ihe leaders and outstanding p'l'eacher.s among chrsttiari churches, will pr,feach at the First Christian inUrch Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock hour. Mr,- Smith will stop off in Pamp'a on his way.to-Waco where he is to be the out-of-state Speaker at the Texas; state cohveiitl&n of'Christiaft churches hext Week. fHe was 6ne of F..E .SMITH, the principal speakers at the international convention of Christian churches in Kansas City last October. Many of the delegates considered his to be the greatest address delivered at the convention. When a commission was appointed in 1925 to study the problems of the ministry among Christian churches, Mr. Smith was ma~de secretary. Out of surveys and studies he conducted came the information that led to the adoption of a pension plan for ministers. As executive secretary of'the pension fund of the Disciples of Christ he has seen the fund grow from its small start in 1930 to its present proprotions as one of the leading church pension funds in the Unitet. 'States. His leadership in this fielc was repognized when he was electee president of the Association of Pension-Executives of the United States and Canada. ^Before entering his,present work Mr. Smith was a successful minister his last:two pastorates being with the Second Street'Christian church of Cedar Rapids, la., and the Jackson Street Christian church of Mun- cle, Ind. In 1927, he attended the World Conference on FalthT and Order. a'l Lausanne, Switzerland, as a delegate from ,the United States churches In the sams year he was the .fraternal i delegate from the Christian Churches of North America .to'the annual conference of British rchris- tian churches in. Birmingham, England. Mr. Smith is a graduate of Eureka college, ^Eureka, 111., and 'did his postgraduate work in Drake university. Des Mplnes, Iowa. ;Ice . cream is manufactured daily aboard U. S. battleships at sea, 'a substitute for fresh milk being employed. . . GLS ,',^A .corflplete stock of n.e^y spring styles in Gliclep, .fealturing ,tlxe .gliding arm with ventilated -ends, in modern and streamlined d'esigns..In your selection _ of'cp'lor?: gj'een, rnaroon, white and'pi'angefrarnes, ' wifh "cheerful-'covers of heavy duok and i.djfl ~A <A'H watev-ipVoof fabrics •'«pl'Trr*Fy A and up ;, 'All steel, outdoor spring Rock'ers, 'in a variety of'color's. As'low as TEXAS IV! YOUR By Olive Roberts Barton ."1 told JoU fiot to go to IxJuisa's after Bchfaol," 'said Mary's mother. "I've beefi Waiting for you to do an erf'arid." "Why, mother, I asked you and you 'said 'yes 1 . Don't you remember?" "I know, but you didn't listen When 1 told you later to wait until tomorrow, and' to come straight home." M "Did you?" .Mary pilfckered her trows. "I don't remember a thing about it." "Well, )t doesn't matter Very much after all,'bi)t ,'yoU'll have 'to bay better attention, dear. Tills morning I told you to wear your raincoat and you forgot." tack r.f Attention "I didn't forget. I actually didn't hear you, honestly," said Mary. "I must be going crazy." "Oh no, not crazy," smiled .her mcther, "but you do a lot of woolgathering. 'You don't .concentrate when I speak. How can I teach you to stop thinking about other things when I tell you something, so that you will hear with your mind instead of just two ears that spill things right out?" "Miss 'Gray says I have the greatest Imagination of anyone she tver knew, 1 'said Mary soberly. "I guess she's; right. I get so wrapped Up in thihkintt -my own' thoughts, I-don't Hear people half the time." "You are • pretty young to be able • to figure out your "own shortcomings, 'my dear,"' s&Id Mary's mother with qtiiet amusement, "but I think you are exactly right. When I spoke to you about'the raincoat, you were Pondering whether to wear' your 'striped sweater or the plain one, cr sdmethirig like'that. 'Arid when 'I t&ld you that I'd changed my mind about your coming home, you were smelling the hyacinths in "the sunrppm. You've always got a "private patty on, in your mind. ' Must Help Themselves "It gets to be 'an Almost unbreakable habit, a'hd people call It absent-mindedness. But instead of the mind being absent, it is tea crowded at the moment to hold another thought. "I could say, 'Listen to me,' every time'I'spoke.: to./.you, to gjve you time to pay attention,, but after 'awhile that :woUld just become part of the .scenery, too. And .it sounds, bad. No, the only one • who can .'help is yourself, dear. You have • to learn to snap to attention. Alert-people, are .the ones who have a gift of being mentally on hand." This little conversation may help other mothers with -woolrtg-alheving boys or girls. It Js.true that they will 'have -to 'help themselves, but we' can assist :them, too, <in many Ways. ,Concentration and'alertness are .the 'parents <of "personality as well as -success, and more '.than step-kin to intelligence. A bill -introduced recently in -the French .Chamber 'of pep.uties d,?- irianded that all-'foreigners, under'50 ysars .of .age tie^.expelled 'or put 'in concentration camps '48' hours after mobilization .orders. '.'.'.. Called Meeting Of Women's Clubs to Be in Claude CLAt|OE, April So.—A Special convention of Panhandle Worneh's clubs has been .called to meet at Claude, en Th'ufsday, May.6, staf ting at 10 a. m., at the Pit si MetHfidlst church. A'luncheon will be sSfvey irt hodh. The Armstrong Oounty- clubs specially invite all women's club presidents to attend this > meeting as it Will be or vital Imp'oftahce to all of them. In this all-day meeting there will be a niSmber of special speakers, AmoW.wlioiti'are'Mrs. J. ^. .Walker, president of ; tlie seventh district.of Women's 'Federated Clubs, ahd Mrs. Mae Murfee (Centennial Rural 'Work. T.P.W.C.) district traveling publicity. Several men of Claude will have-a part on the program as well as several speakers from out of town. The morning hours have been set aside for special programs to be given by clubs .Of the .Armstrong county federation. Presidents of all Panhandle clubs arc specially invited and urged to attend because it -will be of ; great value to their club. The meeting begins at 10 a. m., Thursday and closes at 4 p. m. Work Seems Easier And Life Pleasanter When You Are Free From Constipation The bad feelings and dullness often 'attending constipation take the 'joy out .of life. Try a dose of Black- Dra'ught at the first sign ,pf constipation and see h'ow miidh better it is to check the trouble .before it gets a hold tin you. 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