Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 3, 1936 · Page 4
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Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, June 3, 1936
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THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, Texas WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE g, COFFEE TOMORROW WILL BE COURTESY TO PIONEER WOMEN o MUSIC IS ARRANGED FOR AN INFORMAL PROGRAM So numerous are registrations of pioneer women for the Centennial celebration that attendance at the coffee which Business and Professional Women's club will give tomorrow afternoon will be restricted to those wearing while badges, it was announced today. White badges Indicate that the pioneer lived In the Panhandle more than 40 years ago. These "first ladles" of the plains are honor guests for the celebration, and the Business and Professional Women's club is acting as official hostess to them. Mrs. Glen Pool and Mrs. C. L. Wooley will head the hostess committee tomorrow afternoon at the coffee, which will be given In city hall club room. It will be Informal, planned so the visitors and local women may meet, talk, and rest. Honor guests will Include the Panhandle Centennial queen, the woman registering who has lived longest In this section and who will ride on the queen's float In the parade tomorrow. Mrs. Arrington, Mrs. Temple Houston, and Mrs. Billy Dlxon, widows of famous pioneers, will be among the guests. The program, featuring music, Will include piano solos by Mrs. Mel Davis, an accordion solo by Ernestine Holmes, a skit by Mrs. J. M. Dodson and Mrs. Walter Oof- fee with accompaniment by Mrs. Wlnton Bountree, a violin solo by £Mrs. H. D. Pool of Magic City With piano accompaniment by Mrs. Frank Keehn, a vocal solo by Mrs. A.. H. Doucette with Mrs. Davis as. accompanist, and piano selections by Mrs. Keehn. : The club rooms will be decorated with delphiniums, and favors will be. Texas bluebonnets. •'".- , -•• v ';Jean Melton serves spaghetti suppers, prepared by himself, to 25. to 50 guests at a time. CAUNDAR WEDNESDAY An all-day meeting of Central Baptist Missionary union will be conducted at the church. First Christian council will meet: Group two at the home of Mrs R. G. Christopher and group three at the home of Mrs. Weldon Wilson The meeting of group one Is postponed. Altar Society of Holy Souls church will meet with Mrs. R. H. Delaney 411 N. Yeager. Mrs. E. P. Boyles will be co-hostess. THURSDAY Mrs. W. F. Holland will be hostess to Laketon Home Demonstration club. Rebckah Lodge will meet at the I. O. O. F. hall at 8 p. m. FRIDAY A regular meeting of the Order of Eastern Star will start at 8 p. in. in Masonic hall. Itching :. P^NbfcPifi andBurning .quicklysubdued and healing " f ""•" skin aided ujithResinol First Vacation Meeting of G. A. To Be Tomorrow Summer meetings of the Junior Girls' Auxiliary of First Baptist church are to be on Thursday afternoons instead of Saturdays, It was decided at the last session. Programs will be from 4:30 to 5:30. A special program is announced for tomorrow, when eight speakers will tell about Christian Leaders of the World. Girls are making a scrapbook of South American people and missionaries. They worked on it last week, and selected several missionaries to whom they will send birthday greetings. Mary Frances Yeager presided for the business session, after a prayer by Lillian Nix. Others present were La Verne and Evelyn Hill, Jo Anna Nix, Alice Marie McConnell, Meribelle Hazard, Jenny Llnd Myatt, Mrs. Owen Johnson, and Neil Johnson. WILD MAN TRENTON, N. J. (fP)— An excited woman's complaint that a demented man was dashing about her neighborhood was relayed to a police radio car. She explained the man must be a lunatic because he went about with a bird cage on head and a torch in hand. 'Back came this report from the police car: "Supposed demented man is beekeeper, hive escaped and he equipped himself with headnet and smudge torch to recapture bees. He has recovered hive." pipi qpniiTC blnL OuUUI a TROOPS WILL MARCH IN CENTENNIAL PARADE Summer camp plans and partici patlon in a Centennial parade thi week were discussed by Girl Scouk of troop six in their first vacation meeting yesterday afternoon at thi Little House. Two members, Betty Ann Culber son and Martha Frances Pierson left this morning for Camp Klwanis Girl Scout camp near Amarillo, to spend 10 days. Reservations there have been mad 1 by Netta Edwards, Myra Aberson Eula Taylor, and Doris Taylor, who will leave June 13. The troop will join other Gir Scout troops to march in the Centennial parade Thursday morning it was decided. All girls who have uniforms will wear them then. National dues were paid by the members to complete the business session. The girls then went to the home of Eleanor Glllham, member who is in quarantine after a recen attack of scarlet fever, and serenaded her with Girl Scout songs. Present were Esther June Mulll- nax, Nlta Rose McCarty, Velma Rae Shackelford, Dorothy Rae Harris, Martha Frances Pierson, Betty Ann Sulberson, Myra Aberson, Joyce Wanner, Margaret Sulllns, Geraldine Smith, Frances Babione, Norma Dickinson, Netta Edwards, Frances Helen Koonce, Jean Lively, Loretta McArthur, Vera Evelyn Sackett Doris Taylor, Eula Taylor, Betty Lee Thomason, Joyce Turner, Mrs J. M. Turner, and Mrs. R. L. Moseley. Dancing Instructor Leaves for Study Kathryn Vincent Steele, director of the Vincent studio, left Sunday afternoon for Dallas and other cities to attend recitals and pro- trams presented by dancing teach- ;rs of Texas. She will also visit lie Centennial exposition. Mrs, Steele plans to study under Aaron Tomaroff, Russian dancer, nstructor, and author of The Dlc- ;ionary of Dancing. He recently went to Dallas from New York, vhere he danced and taught for many years. Mrs. Steele, who has studied two courses of ballet dancing, jlans to adopt the Tomaroff system :n her teaching. Enough Ice Cubes ... THE SEORET OF A GOOD PARTY '\ There's nothing more embarrassing than running out of ice cubes in the middle of a party. That will never happen to you if there's a new Electric Refrigerator in your kitchen — with its plentiful supply that can always be replenished in a hurry. Other advantages of electric refrigeration are the perfect chilled and frozen desserts and salads that can only be made this way. Learn how little it costs to buy and to operate a new Electric Refrigerator. It will more than repay its cost with the money it saves by preventing food spoilage. Advantageous terms can be arranged at your electric dealers. Chosen to Judge Piano Contest Miss Lorenc McClintocU, Pampa pianist, has been invited by Dr. Van Katwijk, head of the music department at Southern Methodist university and her former teacher, to act as judge next Monday in piano contests for Junior Van Katwijk music clubs of the state. She left today for Slaton to visit her parents briefly, and will be accompanied to Dallas by her mother for the centennial exposition opening and the contests. Miss McClintock plans to return in two weeks to conduct a short summer term for her piano classes before leaving on a vacation trip late in the summer. Women Gird for Political War; Leaders Differ on Major Aims BY SIGRID AIINE. WASHINGTON, June 3 (If) — Democratic women, says Democratic Representative Caroline O'Day, from ew Y6rk, want 1936 party planks advocating preservation of -the social security and further elimination of child labor. Republican women, asserts Repub- ican Representative Edith Nourse Rogers of Massachusetts, are concerned with government spending and "many are writing me they vould like to see responsibility for •elief expenditures turned back to ;he states." A Convention Veteran. Both legislators, actively gathering data for their respective parties, be- ieve the approaching campaign will ee more women engaged in polti 1 cal work. Both feel that women will vield a greater influence at the party conventions and in the cam- )aign. Mrs. O'Day, although she is com- jleting her first term in congress, las attended all democratic conven- ions since women were given the otc in 120. She believes each con- ention has seen the women takin_ a more effective part in proceedings, although the progress has been slow. "However, whenever women have anything worthwhile to suggest f lotice the men listen and usually ict," she says. Asks Tor Views. "But politics for the average woman itizen is still pretty much like church vork where women give UJc straw- erry festivals, take in $500 and hen turn the money over to the lien to spend. It's amazing, however, vhat faithful work women are doing' n the home precincts without hope, !• even expectation, of reward." Mrs. O'Day is preparing for the iemocratic convention at Philadel- ihia in June by writing all democ- atic national committeewomen to earn what planks they wish to see the platform. She finds so far fiey are interested in peace legisla- ion, in preservation of the social ecurity act, and in further work to liminate child labor . On the other hand, Mrs. Rogers is hiding that women are more con- erned over government spending. "It's natural in this country where most men turn their money over to leir wives to spend," she says. Women resent waste. 'Many of them are writing me they /ould like to see responsibility for elief expenditures turned back to he states. Favors Civil Service. PUBUC 8EHVU3I "I personally am interested in extending the civil service system, and I intend to give whatever aid I can at the convention to the League of Women Voters which will try to get a civil service plank into the platform. "Women, I find, also are opposed to entangling foreign. alliances, and I believe their opposition will extend to the administration's trade treaties. So many of the women in my district are employed in industry that they know how immediately a lowered tariff can effect them." ATTEND ASSEMBLY First Methodist church here Is represented by two members at a young people's assembly in Abilene this week. Miss Janice Purviance and Joseph Hodge, members of the young people's department here, are attending the week of meetings, 'which will close Saturday. Mountain Camps To Be Heldlor Methodist Groups Large delegations frbin' Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado-are expected to attend three assemblies during June in the Sacramento mountains near Cloudcroft, N. M., under arrangements made by the Board of Christian Education of the New Mexico conference, Methodist Episcopal church, South. Several outstanding leaders of the New Mexico conference will appear on the program of the young people's assembly, June 8-13. Dr. W. H. Mansfield, pastor of the Trinity Methodist church, El Paso, will be one of the platform speakers. Others on the program include' Rev. E. O. Harbin, Nashville, Tcnn.; Y.' H. Pak of Korea, now a student at Southern Methodist university, Dallas, and Dr. T. W. Brabham, president of McMurry college, Abilene. Rev. J. B. Scrimshirc, Pccos, will be dean of this assembly. Rev. C. A. Ridge, Fort Stockton, will direct the Christian adventure assembly for intermediate boys and girls, to be held Juno 22-27. The week will be spent in study, worship, play, hiking and handcraft. The adult assembly, known as the Christian Workers' Leadership training school, will be held June 22-27. H. M. Long of Fort Stockton is the dean of this assembly. Courses to be offered in the adult assembly are: "The Pastor and His Task," by Dr. Walter L. Ban- of El Paso; "Leadership of Mission Study Groups," by Miss Mary DeBardeleben, Shorter, Ala.; "The Stewardship of Life," by. Dr. C. C. Hightower, Roswell; "The Teachings of the Prophets," by Dr. J. H. Hicks, Dallas, and "Christian Education in the Local Church," by Rev. G. A. Schlueter, Roswell. S. S. Workers to Meet at Borger A meeting of the Sunday school workers' conference of Palo Duro Baptist association will open at 8 p. m. tomorrow at Borger. The opening song service will be led by Mr. Bobbitt of Panhandle and the devotional by Harold Holman of Pampa. Reports from the recent state conference will be heard. Mrs. McClung of Panhandle will report on vacation Bible school plans, Mrs. Kate Edwards of White Deer on young people's department, and Mrs. Ray Crumpacker of White Deer un junior department. After a business session, an inspirational address will be given by the Rev. J. D. Horton, past;pr of the Pierce Street Baptist church in Amarillo. MANAGER HEBE Mrs. Virginia Duhrkoop, district manager for the Spencer Corset company of New Haven, Conn., Is spending the week in Pampa with Mrs. Tom Bliss, local agent for the company. , SCORES OF OLD-TIMERS FROM MANY STATES ARE REGISTERED IN ANNUAL PIONEER ROUNDUP Ultt-tlmcrs rrom many parts of Texas and other states are registering with local residents who came to the Panhandle more than 25 years ago, as the annual pioneer roundup is conducted in the high school gymnasium in connection with the Centennial celebration. Those registered by 9 o'clock this morning included: Mrs. Lee Ledrick, 1886; Mrs. E A.: Shackleton, 1889; E. A. Shackle- Ion, 1888; A. R. Eldridge, 1907; Mrs A. R. Eldridge, 1911; Mrs. John B, Reed, 1909; Mrs. Robert Hollis, 1903; M, E. Jenkins, -1897; Mrs. John Hudson, 1901; Bert Dinsmore, 1901; Tracy Willis, 1911; W. E, Davis, 1897; Mrs. W. E. Davis. 1003; Frank Lard, 1893, all of Pampa. M. M. McMillan, 1905; Mrs. H. J, Lippold, 1890; H. J. Lippold, 1899; J. H. Ayers. 1886; C. S. Barrett, 1906; J. R. Henry, 1883; Mrs. Laura Christopher, 1886; Mrs. E. J. Montgomery. 1890; Mrs. "Aunt Sissy" Gragg. 1893; Mrs. Roy Albin, 1903; Mrs. Mary Williams. 1888; Mrs. Sam McKay. 1908; Miss Myrtle Simmons, 1908; Mrs. A. L. Simmons, 1906; Mrs. W. R. Fovman, 1903; Mrs. A. J. Dickerson, all of Pampa. Mrs. O. N. Fi-asier, 1911; O. N. Frasier, 1911; Mrs. G. H. Brown, 1907; Mrs. J. M. Bell, 1891; J. E. ! hapman. 1895; Mrs. Minnie Bell Russell, 1891; Mrs. W. T. Hollis, 1909; Mrs. Henry Thut, 1911; Jim Mallion, 1901; J. F. Meers. 1886; Mrs. Robert Elkins. 1910; Mrs. J. O. Sear!, 1899; John E. Kiilian, 1901; Mrs.tJ. Z. Mundy, 1906; S. R. Nelson, 1907; C. A. Tignor; 1894; Mrs. C. A. Tignor, 1909; Mrs. R. D. Morris, 1910; Mrs. Blanche Carter Jenkins, 1908, all of Pampa. Mrs. A. C. Green, 1902; Charlie McMahan, 1891; Mrs. Charlie Mulen, 1886; W. H. Benton, 1906; Bus Benton, 1909; J. H. Lewis, 1891; Mrs. J. H. Lewis, 1909; Buler Ruf- •edy, 1889; Charles T. Mullen, 1907; Fred Sloan, 1906; Mrs. A. H. Doucette, 1889; Mrs. A. D. Cotton, 1878; Mrs. Charles West, 1908; Charles West, 1904; T. M. Brooks, 1887; Roy Sewell, 1900; Mrs. Roy Sewell, 1901; Mrs. Birdie E. McKinney, 1909; Mrs. Maud Stone, 1901; Mrs. Bertha Rockwell, 1901, all of Pampa. Mrs. J. C. Lewis, 1889; J. C. Lewis, 1889; Eldon Lewis, 1907; Mrs. James Gast, 1910; G. W;. Banks, 1881; Vtrs. A. B. Keahy, 1906; Mrs. Lilian Treece, 1897; Mrs. Katie Vincent, 1899; Mrs. Harvey Todd, 1910; Vtrs. C. A. Baucom, 1911; Mrs. I. S. Jameson, 1910; Mrs Roy Sullli- 'an, 1910; Mi's. Vlrga Tharp, 1910; Mrs. W. R. Clayton, 1909; T. V. jane, 1888; Mrs. C. C. Stockstill, 910; Mrs. W. D. Stockstill, 1907; Mrs. J. E. Corson, 1888, all of Pampa. Mrs; .'Ida Watson, 1890; W. C. Freeman, 1910; J. M. Patton, 1889; C. R. Cobb. 1910; H. H. Isbcll. 1887; Ewing Williams. 1910; G. H. Brown 1906: William T. Jesse. 1907; Ear] Lewis, 1888; Mrs. Earl Lewis. 1907; John Bell, Jr., 1891; Bob Montgomery, 1908; I. T. Roberts, 1909; R. H. Pipkin. 1895; J. Stephens 1910; Ashpy Bell, 1891; Jess M, Clay, 1908; Ethel Mae Clay. 1908; Mrs. J. F. Meers, 1888; J. O. Searl 1900; John B. Ayers, 1889; W. T. Brummett, 1904; Henry Thut. 1888; Guy Saunclers, 1893. all of Pampa. T. H. Chaffin, 1910; J. A. shelton, 1891; Walter E. Coffee. 1897: C. D. Turcott. 1896; Mrs. W. R. Ewing, 1882; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gordon, 1901; Mrs. Atlas J. Stallings. 1905; Joe Shellon, 1888; Mrs. A. B. Kitchens. 1895; A. A. Tienimi, 1902; Mrs. W. M. Howard, 1908; W. M. Howard, 1905; Mrs. C. D. Tur- cotle. 1910, all of Pampn. H. A. Overall. 1891, Lubbock; C. V. Talley. 1899. Miami: W. C. Alexander, 1902, Stratford; Mrs. W. C. Alexander, 1902, Stratford; M. W. O'Loilghlin, 1875. Miami; Mrs. M. W. O'Loughlln, 1904, Miami; J. A. Darnell. 1888. Alanrccd; Perry Everett, 1897. McLean; Joe Fox. 1904, Weatherforcl; Mrs. G. L. Murry. 1900, Miami; E. F. Coughey, 190G, Canadian; Mrs. G. L. Holmes, 1908, Kingsmill; W. H'. Bleln, 1900, McLean; Mrs. Floyd McLaughlin, 1906, Laketon; Mrs. Jay Evans, 1909, Miami; Geo. B. Dunn. 1892; Collingsworth county; H. L. Flanagen, 1911. Mobcctie; Oliver Elliott, 1900, Mobeetie. Billie Barrett, 1910, Paducah; P. W. Jameson, 1906, Claude; Elsie Barrett, 1910, Paducnh; Alta Barrett, 1905, Abilene; Lewis M. Goodrich, 1906, Shamrock; W. R. Clayton, 1896, Tulla; Leo Paris, 1896, Miami; Mrs. R. B. Baylies, 1907, Miami; Herbert U. Harrah, 1890, White Doer; Nina M. Carhart, 1887, Panhandle; R. L. Hnrlan, 1884, McLean; J. M. Daugherty, 1905, Hoover; Mrs. J. C. Bennett, 1911, Miami Ollie White, 1911, Clovis, N. M. Ernest Fletcher, 1906, Corclell, Okla. M. W.'Warlick, 1892, Amarillo; Jack Richards, 1892, Amarillo; I. D. Shaw 1890, McLean. Betty Elliott, 1907, Mobeetie; Edith M. Flanagan, 1909, Mobeetie; Leo Paris, 1911, Miami; Ollie Byrum, 1906, Kingsmill; D. B. Kirk, 900, Stinnett; Mrs. Floyd Nickox Bishop, 1890, Dalhart; L. A. Haynes, 1887, McLean; Bill Green, 1886, Mobeetie; A.-L. Lard, 1881, Mobee- ,ie; Geo. D. Jahns, 1885, Miami; Mrs. Pascal Davis, 1906, Scotsdale, Ariz.; J. W. Ivey, 1900, McLean; J. C. Short, 1889, LeFors; Margarite Short McCampbell, 1894, Lyons, Kan.; Josephine Short Sparks, 1907, LeFors; Mrs. E. H. Scrimshirc, 1908, Miami; T. A. Chauveaux, 1888, Claude; J. K. Hunt, 1901, Claude; Sec OLD-TIMERS, Page 5 MRS. FAULKNER GIVES PARTY YESTERDAY FOR AMUSU Luncheon tables at the home of Mrs. Siler Faulkner were bright with roses and larkspur from her yard yesterday when she entertained Amusu bridge club. After the delicious luncheon, games of bridge were enjoyed at three table. Mrs. C. P. Buckler made high score. Other players were Mines. J. M. Dodson, Charles Thut, W. A. Bratton, William M. Craven, J. M. McDonald. L. N. McCullough, Alex Schneider, Ray J. Hagan, George Walstad, C. T. Hunkapillarj and Clifford Braly. 4K. . Harmony Class Is Entertained As Term Closes Members of the Harmony class, older piano pupils of Mrs. Lily Hartsfield, wore entertained at ;he studio Monday afternoon with a party arranged by the teacher. Games and musical contests were the diversions, arid refreshments were served. Mrs. J. H. Mosely assisted the hostess. Members of the class are as folows: Patsy Gaut, Winnie Jean VTcKenzie, Dorothy Miskimins, Helen Chandler, Hazel Pendleton, Arnold Dosa, Jimmie Mosley, Billie ttiskimins, Ewart Duncan, Kirk Duncan, Jo Anne Minnich, Evelyn Jo Edeleen. CALVARY BAPTIST WMS The Women's Missionary society if Calvary Baptist church will meet at the church Thursday afternoon at 2:30, for Bible study and business. All women in the church are in- •ited to be present. For Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Flatulence, Nausea and Sick Headache, due to Constipation., Mother Give Him The Ice Cream That You Know Is Dependable In the only Ice Cream in Pampa that is tested and approved by the Good Housekeeping Bureau. Good Housekeeping ~eu @ Bureau iy KEEPING HEAP-0-CREAM STORE 216 N, Cuyler

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