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SECTION TWO Items for the Woman's Page are welcomed from Pampa and surrounding territory. mupa Material for this page must be in by 10 a. m. on week-days and noon Saturdays. (VOL; 30. NO. 54) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1936. (PRICE FIVE CENTS) MISS RILEY AND MR. FULLER TO WED IN HER HOME TODAY FOR PIERS DANCING, OLD STYLE AND NEW, PART OF CELEBRATION Social phases of the Centennial celebration last week .centered around entertainment for pioneer women' and the dances, modern and old-fashioned, which atlracl- rd large crowds each evening. • Wives and widows of early settlers were honored visitors to the four-day celebration. Business and Professional Women's club planned their entertainment, arranged for hospitalities for them, and compli- • mented them with n program tea in city club room Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Fannie Shelton of Miami, whose residence In this section since 1875 gave her the title of Centennial Queen, was among the honor guests at the tea. She also occupied the Queen's float In the pioneer parade Thursday, attended by a dozen other 'first ladies" of the plains. Mrs, Shelton's advanced age and frail health prevented her remaining through the entire celebration. She is the widow of a pioneer Panhandle doctor, post physician at old Fort Elliott near Mobeetle. They later lived in Hutch&ison 1 county, filed on land on White Deer creek. Mrs. Shelton reared a large family while her husband ministered to scattered residents of the new ( country. . Mrs. Temple Houston of Woodward, Okla., was another special guest. The widow of the famous Sam Houston's son was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Fatheree during her stay here. She was entertained at a family luncheon by Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wynne, Mr. and Mi's. DeLea Vicars, and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Thomas one day, arid with her daughter-in-law and grandson, Temple Houston III, was a dinner guest of Mrs. T. D. Hobart one evening. Mrs. Olive K. Pixon of Amarillo, widow A bt Bllly...;Dixon, : hero ,-ql Adobe Walls, was a popular pioneer visitor, and served on the committee to judge Panhandle relics. Her son, True Dixon, is a resident of Pampa. Mrs. G. W. Arrington of Canadian, who was (o have been one of the special guests, was unable to " be present, but her sisters, Mrs. Eubank and Mrs. Vas Stickley, brought greetings from her to her friends here. They were house , guests of Mrs. A. H. Doucette while they were in Pampa, Pioneer women of Pampa acted as, hostesses for, the old-timers roundup and assisted in welcoming the visiting women, Mrs, George Walstad was in charge of the housing committee; Mrs. E. A. Shackleton and Mrs. H. H. Heiskell of registration. Miss Irene Irvine was general chairman of the Business and Professional Women's club plans, and Mrs. Glen Pool of arrangements for the' tea Thursday. Other club members assisted. . —, ^— Junior Union of Baptist Church Elects Of ficers » • . ______ Officers were elected for the Junior B. Y, P. TJ, of First Baptist chur.ch at a meeting Friday afternoon; The election followed a talk by'Mrs. Hattie Bush, general director of training unions in the church, on: the duties of officers and sponsors. ••• Qoldie Mae Miller was named Bible leader. Rosa Miller was chosen as corresponding secretary for Union 1 and Merlbelle Hazard for Union, No, 2. Mary Frances Yeager and Jenny tynd Myatt were elected group captains in Union No. 2. . Plans ' were made to attain the standard- of excellence. It was announced that the sword drill will be • In .charge of the junior department at i a general g. 7. U. meeting on June 14, . Members presenti In addition to tlyjse" named, were Aline and For" rest Vaughn, fcaverne Covington, Joanna and piljian' Nix, Catherine Robinson, and AUce Marie McConnell, Visitors were Mary Kate Bourland, Billy and Glen pale Tarpley, Doris, Salmon.' Sponsors present were Mrs. Loujs Tarpley, Mrs. L. M. Saljnon, and Mrs. Bush. Eligible as Tri-State Pianists AUTO LOANS At 0i for Ready Cub to • Refinance, • B Buy » new cay. • Reduce payment*. • Raise money to meet bills. Prompt and Courteous Attention given all application*. MUM From thn group of piano pupils shown here, .six will leave Tuesday for Dallas- to enter contests of the Tri-State Music Festival. All are pupils of Mrs. Madeline Tarpley Rowntrec whose grades above !)0 In the Panhandle Music Festival at Amarillo recently, entitled them to enter state competioii. Pictured in the group are: Back row, left to right, Mary Lynn Schoolfield, Carolyn Surratt, Jacqueline Hurst, Mary Kate Bourland, and Peggy Stephens; front row, LaVonne Comstock, Maxinc Holt, Kathcrine Barrett, Ernestine Holmes, and Clara Mac Lemm. The lower picture is of Betty Lee Thoinason. The trip lo Dallas will be made by Peggy, Maxlne, Katherlne, Ernestine, Clara Mae, and Betty Lee. Judges in the contests they will enter are Robert Markhain of Baylor University and Walter Gilcwicz of Baylor-Hardin college. WEEK'S EVENTS ATSKELLYTOWN ARE NUMEROUS Luncheon Friday Is Given by Pleasant Hour Club SKELLYTOWN, June 6.—Members of the Pleasant Hour club enjoyed a covered dish luncheon Friday in the home of Mrs. Jack Tomlin. Present were Mmes. D. Bowsher, J. E. Boyd, Art Johnson, S. A. Satterfield, Stansell, M. L. Roberts, W. W. Hughes. Student Is Honoree Mrs. W. W. Hughes entertained last Saturday afternoon for her brother, James Graves, who left Sunday for his home in Junction after spending the last school term here. Ganies were enjoyed, and refreshments of sandwiches, cookies, and punch were served to J. A. Roberts, Wayne Tomlin, Dorothy and Agnes Bowsher, Muriel Johnson, Winston Stalder, Doris Statts, Dora Ellen Imel, Hattie Stephenson, and the honoree. WMS Has Meeting The Baptist Missionary society met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. I. P. Delong. Mrs. Allen was in charge of Bible study. The next meting will be in Mrs. Bill Graham's home with Mrs. Imel as hostess. Refreshments of fruit salad, cake, and .coffee were served to 12 members and two visitors. Personal Mrs. Charley Mullican and daughters, Claudine and Daisy, returned Sunday after a two month visit with Mrs. Mullican's parents in Eliasville. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Richter are spending a vacation in California. Mrs. J. V. McCarty has recovered from a recent illness. Mrs. Joe Miller left Wednesday to visit her parents at Emory. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Stewart and children from Moore county were dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. D. Bowsher Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Brownie Osborne and son Max of L'eFors visited friends in Skelly camp Sunday. Mrs. J. D. Hughes j has been ill this week. M. L. Roberts and son, J. A., spent last eek-end in Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hughes attended the Eastern Star installation In Pampa Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Frary of Kellerville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Haslam Saturday. Mrs. Tom McAckran spent last week-end in Oklahoma visiting friends. *»_ Mrs. Joe Bowers and son, Joe Fianklin III, were taken to their home from a local hospital yesterday, CALENDAR MONDAY. First Methodist Missionary society will meet: Circle 1 with Mrs. C. Boozikee, circle 2 with Mrs. W. C. House in the Clara Hill classroom, circle 3 in the church parlor, circle with Mrs. Russell C. McConnell at her country home. Transportation will be furnished those meeting at the church at 2:30. P. B. B. club will meet at 6:30 in the Vincent studio room. TUESDAY. Mrs. H. T. Hampton will entertain Tuesday Afternoon bridge club. Group one of First Christian Women's council will meet at the home of Mrs. J. F. Meers, south of Pampa, at 2:30. Mrs. W. H. Peters will be hostess to Ester club. Business and Professional Women's club will have a business meeting at the city club room, 7:30. VFW Auxiliary will meet at the Legion hut, 8 p. m. STUDENTS WILL ENROL TOMORROW FOR THE DAILY SCHOOLS A tinlly vacation Bible school will open at 8:30 tomorrow morning at First Methodist church, to continue for two weeks. Miss Mae Wess Bell, who has taught In the Wellington schools the past yenr, will he in charge. Miss Bell Is experienced In such work, and has had special training at Scarrett college. She will be assisted by local leaders. Mrs. Luther Plerson is in charge of personnel. . Classes for both girls and boys will be conducted in the beginners, primary, junior, and Intermediate departments. Children in the church and their friends are invited to enrol. WEDNESDAY. Mrs. Mack Graham will entertain Queen of Clubs at her home. Hi'-Lo bridge club will meet with Mrs. H. L. Wallace. Loyal Women's.class will meet at First Christian church, 2:30. Circles of Central Baptist WMU will meet: Lou Wilkins circle with Mrs. O. H. Gilstrap, Lily Hundley circle with Mrs. Etta Gillham, Henrietta Shuck circle with Mrs. Jenks at Phillips camp. THURSDAY. Mrs. R. K. Eason will be hostess to Deuce of Clubs. Rebekah' Lodge will meet at the I. O. O. F. hall at 8 p. m. FRIDAY. Annual yard tour of the Garden club will start with breakfast In Central park, 7 a, m. Chatterbox Sewing club will meet with Mrs. Curtis Graham; Merry Mixers club will entertain husbands of members at the home of Mrs. Otto Patton on the Wilcox lease, with Mrs. Cecil Keith as co- hostess. FACULTY NAMED AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH Monday morning at 9 o'clock the vacation church school of the First Christian church will begin its first session. Primary, junior, and intermediate groups are included in the school. Any child in Pampa or vicinity will be welcomed in the school. There is no charge made and the children will not have to buy any books. Mrs. Burl Graham will be superintendent of the primary group and will be assisted by Mrs. Carl Moot, Mrs. Tom Eckerd, Miss Virginia Roberts, and Mrs. Robert Gilchrist. The junior group will be superintended by Mrs. John S. Mullen. She will be assisted by Mrs. Scott Raifsnyder and . Mrs. Emory Noblitt. John S. Mullen will superintend the intermediate group assisted by Mrs. E. M. Hope. The sessions will close at 11:30 o'clock. The school will continue for two weeks, with sessions every day except Saturday and Sunday. Music Events at Centennial Hold Week's Interest The Tri-State Music Festival at Dallas next week will be of interest to a number of Gray county residents, and the state children's Centennial songfest next Saturday will be attended by about 50 girls and boys. Both events are being conducted this year in connection with the Centennial central exposition. Tha music festival is sponsored by the Texas Music Teachers association. A number of Pampa music pupils, who made grades above 90 in the Panhandle Music Festival in Amarillo last month, are eligible to enter state competition, and some will go to Dallas, Because of the distance and the fact that vacations are taking many families away at this time, no large delegation of children will go from this county to the songfest, but many will make the trip individually, with their own families, or by joining delegations from other counties of the Panhandle. Mrs. Philip Wolfe of Pampa, president of Seventh District Federated Music clubs, was notified last week that she was to be hostess chairman this week at the clubj' Centennial headquarters in Dallas. However, she was called to San Antonio this week-end by the critical illness at a relative, and had not announced her committee. Miss Lorene McCliritock, piano teacher here, will go to Dallas Wednesday to act as a judge in junior piano contests. EARLY DINNER HOUR BRINGS NEW FASHIONS NEW YORK (IP)— Daylight Savings Fashions have been launched here to settle the question of "what to wear" when dining before dark. The sheerest of fabrics, high necklines and street length skirts are the "triple decree" for chic. «•» Frank Johnson and son, Jim Bob, left Saturday for Athens to attend the . funeral of Mrs. Johnson's father, J. F. Duncan, who died of a heart attack at the age of 84. Mrs. Johnson was unable to make the trip because of Illness in the family. «|» : Miss Charlene Ely of Snyder has been a guest of Dr, and Mrs. Paul Owens here, and of Mr. and Mrs. J. Maxey of LeFors. Mrs. Maxey and daughter, Paula, will accompany her to Slaton today, and will spend a few days with friends there. — , a»i • Mrs. Ben Williams has as a weekend guest her mother, Mrs. A, T. Cole of Clarendon. Installs Group Mrs. Ida Burns, retiring- worthy matron of the Order of Eastern Star here, acted at installin. officer Monday evenin? when » new group of officers took their potas for the coming year, GARDEN CLUB WILL TOUR CITY'S YARDS Breakfast at Park To Open Annual Club Trip A picnic breakfast at Central park will open the annual yard tour of the Garden club Friday morning; at 7 o'clock. Each member is to invite a guest for the visit to beautiful gardens of Pampa. Members are to bring breakfast tor themselves and their guests, and their own dishes. Coffee will be jrepared by a committee from the lub. Those who do not have their own cars or make arrangements for ;ransportation are asked to telephone Mrs. Edward Damon, who will arrange lor the trip. Mrs. Damon is general chairman of preparations, assisted by Mrs. Emmitt Dwyer and Mrs. Sherman White. They are completing the itinerary of the tour, including the jealltlful and unusual flower beds and yards of the city. The garden Lour annually replaces the June meeting of the club. Belva Dull Has Party in Park on Fourth Birthday Mrs. Bill Dull entertained at Central park Thursday afternoon hon- org the fourth birthday of her daughter, Belva. After outdoor lames, birthday cake and ice cream were served. The little guests were Oma Claire Morris, Irma Gene McWright, Eu- ;ene and Bryce Lively, George and Beverly Dull, Garland Ray Dean, Glenda Kay Harmport, Helen Marie and Jimmle Hagerty, Bonnie Hollingshead, Colleen and Mary Jo Cockerill, Charlene Hull, and Martha Shell. ®- Larsh Receives Degree at USC Delbert L. Larsh, resident of Pampa, completing work.for the bachelor of arts diploma, was among the 1,000 students to receive degrees from the University of Southern California at the fifty-third annual commencement exercises held on the Trojan campus Saturday afternoon, June 6. Clad in the traditional cap and gown with bright colored hoods, the impressive academic procession filed into the Los Angeles coliseum to receive diplomas and special awards of merit from President R. B. von Kleinscmid. Baccalaureate services held in the coliseum Sunday, May 31, Inaugurated the fifty-third commencement week program which feted seniors at many farewell banquets, receptions, and school and college events. Dr. James David McCoy, '06, recently-elected president of the American Society of Orthodontists, editor of the Alumni review, and past president of the alumni association, was presented with the Asa V. Call achievement trophy as the alumnus who during the past year reflected the greatest credit to his alma mater. • With the opening of the summer session June 19, academic activities will be resumed on the U. S. C. campus. OES Meets With New Officers in Their Positions New officers were in charge of the regular meeting of the Order of Eastern Star Friday evening at Masonic hall. Mrs. Madge Murphy is the new worthy matron, who was installed in a public ceremony Monday evening. Mrs. Ida Burns, retiring worthy matron, acted as installing officer for the ceremony Monday, with Mrs. W. C. deCordova as installing marshal, Mrs. Katie Vincent as chaplain, Mrs. Hatcher as organist, and Mrs. W. A. Seydler as installing secretary. Couple to Make Home at Dumas Mrs. Billie Cook and Hector McArthur were married Wednesday at Panhandle, and will live at Dumas. They were accompanied by Mrs. Cook's sister, Mrs. Ben Shenold, and Mr .Shenold, who witnessed the wedding. Mr. McArthur, formerly with the .Stanolind Oil company here, is now employed by a drilling company at Dumas. «» ' NEW GOLD BRACELET PARIS (/P)— The latest gold gadgets to be pressed Into jewelry service are shaped like ragged edged quill feathers about 2 inches ' wide. In a set of two, one makes a, long straight pin, ttie other" a wide; half open bracelet curved to ,Ht over the arm. THE Queen Mary As attention of the world was focused on the great new liner to which she gave her name, this hitherto unpublished picture of Queen Mary of England reached the United States. PICNIC LIST IS USEFUL DURING SUMMER DAYS Statistics Help in Preparing- the Lunch By MARY E. DAGUE NEA Service Staff Writer Rare June days are here again and picnic statistics are in order. Here's a list of calculations that may help when the family decides to betake itself to the nearest picnic spot with well-filled basket, Table of Servings One large cake ten inches in diameter will serve 16 persons. One loaf of sandwich bread will make 24 sandwiches which have been cut in half. Two-thirds cup creamed butter will spread both sides of 24 sandwiches. One pint of sandwich filling will fill 24 sandwiches. One quart of salad will serve eight persons. One 4-pound chicken will yield about 2 cups of clear diced meat. One 2 1-2 pound lobster will yield, when boiled, enough meat for one quart of salad combined with other material. One-half pound coffee and 4 quarts of boiling water will make enough of the beverage for 16 people. One and one-half dozen lemons will make enough lemonade to serve 20 to 25 persons, depending largely on the size and juiciness of the fruit. One quart of a frozen mixture will serve 6 to 8 persons. When ice cream means the main part of the refreshments, a larger serving is needad. One pound of salted nuts will serve 16 persons. One pound of cold boiled ham Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Strawberries, cereal, cream, ham omelet, cinnamon toast, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON: Asparagus souffle, romaine 'with Russian dressing, sliced bananas in apricot .jelly, milk, tea. Dinner: Casserole of salmon and potatoes, buttered spinach, jellied cucumber salad, pineapple upside-down cake, milk, coffee. or baked ham will serve 6 to 8 persons, and one pound of meat loaf will provide for about the same number. Maintain Proper Balance It's quite as important that a picnic meal contain all the necessary food elements as for any other meal. Fruit and tomatoes are easy to carry and easy to serve: The carrying properties and serving qualities of picnic foods must be -® BRIDE OF NEXT WEEK HONORED AT BORGER TEA Miss O'.Keefe Will Marry Mr. Upham Of Panhandle BORGER, June G.—A pre-nuptial affair honoring Miss Bee O'Keefe •was given Friday night in the Black Hotel parlor, with Mrs. Robert E. Booker, Mrs. Carroll Deahl, and Miss Kllby Williams as hostesses. Miss O'Kcefe's marriiiBR lo C. L. Uplmni, Jr., of Panhandle. i;i sclird- uled for Thursday, June 11. WIIITF: DEER, ,nme o.—Miss Mary Coffee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coffee, and J. D. Flpni- niin'g, soli of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Flemminu, were married last Saturday at the Methodist parsonage here. The popular young couple will be at homo here. SHAMROCK, June 0.—Miss Zonelle Henderson and E. A. Lowlier were married in Muskogee, Okla.. last Saturday, it was announced here this week. Both have been residents here several years, but will reside in Okmulgee for a time. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Henderson and a graduate of Shamrock schools. M'LEAN, June C.—Mrs. Edward Gething, the former Miss Lucille Rice, was honored with a shower by Mmes. Alma Turman, Wheeler Foster, C. M. Carpenter, Scott Johnson; Misses Fern Landers, Frances Noel, and Clara Anderson recently. A large group of friends attended the program tea and presented gifts. Summer Meetings Are Planned for Catholic Women Only one regular meeting of Holy Souls Altar Society will be conducted each month during the summer, members decided when they met in the home of Mrs. R. H. Delaney Wednesday afternoon, but'the Catholic Women's Study club will continue its weekly sessions. Mrs. E. F. Boyle was co-hostess with Mrs. Delaney for the meeting, attended by 17 members and a guest. Mrs. Lynn Boyd conducted the study club hour afterward. Two divisions of the study club have been formed, and members plan study hours each Wednesday. .«. Birthday Lunch Is Given Friday Mrs. L. E. Brickell was surprised with a birthday party Friday, when a group of friends arrived at her home for a covered dish luncheon. One presented a decorated birthday cake, which the honoree cut and served with the dessert. Gifts were brought by Mrs. W. C. deCordova, A. C. Lovell, Bush, Virgil Lundberg, Alley, and Mrs. Ira Vicars of Ardmore. An hour of informal talk was enjoyed after the lunch. considered, too, because usually one plate must answer for all courses. Fruit pies are hard to carry and juicy to serve. Many salads, too, resent rough handling, becoming- wilted and watery if shaken about. If you have plenty of room to carry several hampers, it's a good idea to put the salad together when ready to serve, keeping each ingredient in a container by itself. Meantime, this means crisp lettuce and a fresh, perfect dressing. TRIP WEST WILL MADE BEFORE RETURN BE The man-Inge of Miss Elaine RUcy anil Robert P. Fuller Is to be solemnized this morning- at 9:30 in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Riley, at Lake Dallas, with the immediate families of both and a few close friends as guests. The double ring ceremony will be read by the Rev. N. B. Baker, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Valley View, great-uncle of Miss Riley who officiated at the marriage of her parents. Miss Irene Dunafan of Frisco will be the maid of honor, and Ewing Williams of Pampa will attend Mr. Fuller. Immediately after the ceremony the couple will leave on a trip to Phoenix, Ariz., and points in Utah. They will be at home here after June 18, at 719 E. Francis. Miss Riley, who taught in Sam Houston school here the past term, •came to Pampa from Lake Dallas. She is a graduate of Denton high school and of North Texas State Teachers college, and taught in Denton county schools before coming here. Mr. Fuller, son of Mrs. B. A. Fuller of Spearman, has been prominent in the civic and social activities of young men here for several years. He is h»ad of the sales force of the Culberson-Smalllng motor company and as an active member of the Junior chamber of commerce has shared the responsibility of that organization's part in many civic movements. Friends of the bride-elect complimented her with several parties before she left Tuesday for her home. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH John S. Mullen, minister. E. Kingsmill at N. Starkweather. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morning worship at 11. The Lord's supper is always a part of the Sun- ' day morning worship. Sermon subject, "Sinful Prayer." Christian Endeavor for young people at 7 p. m. Evangelistic service at 8. Old favorite hymns will be sung at this service. Sermon subject, "The Parable of the Busy Husband." Mrs. W. L. Brummett will begin her summer Piano Classes Popular and Classical On Monday, June 8 Duncan Bldg. Studio Phone 363 Dressmaking Plain and Fancy sewing by an expert Dressmaker. Prices reasonable. Work Guaranteed. See us for your summer wardrobe. Singer Sewing Machine Co. Phone 689 214 No. Cnjler NOTICE! Mi-Lady Poudre Box Beauty shop will open Monday for Business in their new location at 203 No. Frost . . . Same Operators . . . Same Management. Also MR. WHITE of White's Bob and Beauty Shop of Amarillo, who specializes in Ladies' Hair Styling. We will 'be gla,d to see all our Old and New Customers in our new location. MI-LADY POUDRE BOX 203 No. Frost Phone 4Q6

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