f A6fi TWO THE PAMPA DAILY NfiWS, Paftipa, EVENING, JtJtfE 11, 1936 MMER BRIDGE PARTIES ENTERTAIN TWO CLUBS AND GUESTS VFW AUXILIARY AFTERNOON PARTY HAS MRS. HAMPTON AS HOSTESS Breakfast and bridge nl the home of Mrs. Mack Graham entertained the Queen of Clubs yesterday morning. A" blue und amber color note WRS marked In the vases of blue flowers that ccntoinl the breakfast tables and fashioned cor.sugcs nt. each plate. Bridge was played nt three tables appointed In blue and umber. Mrs. A. B. Goldston made high score; Mr*, ti. N. McCiillouRli 'received the traveling prize, and cut favors went to Mrs. J, E. Murfee, a club miest. Mrs. Max Mnhnffev, and Mrs Cnrl Smith. Other members present wore' Mrs. H. D. Keys, Mrs. R. a. Lawrence, Mrs. I. B. HuKhey, Mrs. W. V. Jm 1 - rett, Mrs. Joe Burrows, and Mrs. B. O. Lilly. MBS. HAMPTON GIVKS TUESDAY CLUB PAKTY A profusion uf early summer flowers 111 varied colors made tin- home of.Mrs. H. T. Hampton lovely yes- tetday when she was hostess to Tuesday Afternoon brlditu club. Flowor colors wore repented In table appointments and the delicious refreshment course. Mrs. P. C. Lcdrick scored hluh In the gomes. Mrs. If. E. Cnrlson und Mrs. Bob McCoy cut hli;h. Mi's. Lee Wn(U(oiu Y r Wns n special guest with Mis. Sherman White, Mrs. Sheet Roberts, Mrs. Jim willli-, nnd Mrs. Felix stalls. Party Given for Geraldine Smith On Her Birthday Geraldine Smith wns honoree on her 13th birthday yesterday, when n party was given at the home other parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Smith. Several friends were present to enjoy [lames, and the refreshments of snndu'iclics, cake, nnd punch. Guests were Ray Beyle.;, Junior Zimmerman, Frances Koonee. June Kodgcrs, Betty Jean Tiemann, Jean Lively, Carl SlephiMison, Eleanor Ruth Gillham, and Mlnclle Haird. ItAINROW GIRLS The Order of Uninbow tor Girls Will entertain Tuesday evening honoring past advisors of the chapter. The entertainment will bo nt the Masonic hall. Members Will Go ir Body to Amarillo Meeting Members of the Women'.'; Atixill- iir.v. Veterans of Foreign War.-, planned at their meeting Tuesday evening (o ntlcnd a district mcal- liiK nt Amnrlllo this weok-ciul. whe Mrs. Winifred Toii.s-.s.'iinl of Jersey j City, national president., will be j present. i Pnmpnn.s who pl:m lo make the trip nre usked to notify Mrs. H. W Wnddell or Mrs. H. B. Carlson to make reservations for the luncheon which will be given nt the Herring hotel Sunday at 1 o'clock. The Pninpn (lelegnllon will ga In it body from the American Legion hut nt 11 o'clock. 6UUUIKPRAV WO TWf VHA-MV 4fill- PURSUCJ «ff(! Gulfspniy is certain death to mosquitoes. Kills moths, flies, bed bugs, Broaches and other insects, too. Stainless. Mild, pleasant . -I9c a pine at neighbor- Jipod snd depare- peat stores and pood Gulf Dealers. '.Cjul.uprr.ij CUIFSPRAY ifiSliJ KIUCK, MKS. WINIFRED TOUSSAINT. In addition to the luncheon and the following meeting Sunday afternoon, the program Includes n dance :it the Herring hotel Saturday e\v- niiu:. Tin- program will feature the np- nnuiri' of Mrs. Toussaint, who Is paying nil official visit to tills section. She hns n long record of service with the organization, having [or the past Ul years held offices in the local, state, and national divisions. She was re-elected national president last September at New Orleans. She is a descendant of n line of patrioUs who served in America's wars, and is a member of numerous, civic and patriotic societies. Lecture Tonight To Be Second in Colony Schedule CANYON, June H.—Two features of thr Palo Duro school of art which arc already adding to the popularity of the new school, are the art lec- turr.s nnd the science lectures, which arc given one evening of each week. The first of the art lectures was given last week by Mrs. Darrcll Jackson of Amarillo whose subject wns woodcnrvlng. The tools of the wood carver were exhibited and explained, nnd the dlffurimccs between the methods und results of Mexican, Japanese, nnd Ikilinn woodcarvers were discussed and illustrated. The second tnlk will be a. nature talk this evening by Mrs. T. V. Reeves, with "Birds" as the subject. On June la, Miss Miltia Hill who lias just returned from several month's study in Europe, will lec- uire on "Appreciation of Painting." These talks which are open to all who wish to attend, are given at Coronado lodge, on the. rim of the nnyon at Palo Duro state park. Then 1 is no charge, either for the lectures or entrance to the grounds. Following the talks dinner is served nnti ninny of the visitors stny for the excellent H5-cont men) which Is served by Mrs. I,«roy RoberUs. Topekaill Set To Paint Town Crimson Tonight TOPKKA. Juno 11 i/l'i—The capital nt Kansas was all set today to tic down (he whistles and fire up the torchlights. Aliiny of Governor Alf !U. Landon's visitors in the recent week? have rumnrki'd on the lack of any outward show hert of activities toward making him the republican presidontial nominee, but it was clear today there'll be a noisy color bration if he is nominated at Cleveland. "Wo arc (joins to teur things wide open." said Secretary Murk Drehmnr of the chamber of commerce. "You ' know—a regular oldlime home town j celebration with plenty of noise and fireworks." More thun 700 railroad flares have been ordered to be ready when and | it "the" word is flashed from the convention. Mayor Herbert G. Barrett has issued a proclamation for all to join in a public ovation—at the green- domed suxtohmtse if in daytime, and at the Lundon residence if at night. The governor had a third appointment today with his dentist "that ought to finish Uie job." if*. _ You can test your driving ability at the Warden Lawes Crime Prevention Exhibit, at the Texas Cen- tenniaj Exposition, on instruments prepared by Harvard Univerity. Without gulUup in n cur you can •find out how nearly perfect you are in all type of driving conditions. Wives of Probable Republican Nominees for President Mrs. Alfred M. Landon Maiden name—Thco Cobb (of Topeka. Kan.) Children — Nancy Josephine, John Cobb, (Jack); one stepdaughter, Margaret. Anne. Hobbies—playing harp, anllqui?- r.olloctlm;. riding. Mrs. Frank Knox Maiden name—Anne Reid (of Alma, Mich.) Children—None. Hobbles—Her New Hampshire Kiu'den. college women's organizations, stnte tubercular welfare Mrs. Lester Dickinson t Maiden name—Myrtle Call (of Algona. la.) Children—Lev! Call, Ruth Alice. Hobbies—Making pa n cakes,.writing, children's charities, keeping scrapbooks, motoring, her four grandchildren. Hnchrach Mrs. Frederick Stclwcr Maiden name—Frieda Roessh (of Pendleton, Ore.) Children — Elisabeth, Frederick Herbert. Hobby—Reading. Mrs. William Borah Maiden name—Mary McConnoll (of Boise, Idaho.) Children—None. Hobbles—Helping disabled soldiers, Chinese art, her canaries, collecting toy elephants. Mrs. Arthur Vandenberg Maiden name—Hazel H. Whit- laker (of Fort Wayne. Ind.) Children—None; three step-children; Arthur Hcndrick Jr., Barbara, Elizabeth. Hobbies — Entertaining, Campfire Girls, young people. Airs. Robert A. Taft Maiden name—Martha Wheaton Bowers (of Washington, D. C.) Children—William Howard III, Robert, Lloyd Bowers, Horace Dwight. Hobbies—Husband, children. HOPKINS CLUB DELEGATE FOR Mvs. Conts Elected At a Business Session Mrs. C. P. Cotits was elected delegate to the A. & M. short roitr.se from Hopkins Home Demonstration club, and Mrs. R. I. Davis alternate at a business session In the home of Mrs. G. Pin- ncll Tuesday afternoon. Announcement of n tea at the home of Miss Gwendolyne Gouts, l-fdroom demonstrator of the Hopkins 4-H club, wns made by Miss Fao Davis, sponsor of the girls' rluti. It will l.e on June 19 from 2 to 4 o'clock, and* during that time the bedroom will be judged by a state expert. Mrs. Dnvls, reporting on the last meeting of the County Home Dembcnstration council, gave instructions for making out work sheets. It was announced that the next meeting will be for a covered dish luncheon at the home of Mrs. Ralph Mnnley on June 23. Refreshments were served by Mis,scs Opal Plnncll, Zenn Belle RIdgewny, and Gwendolyne Gouts to Mmcs. Gouts, G. Pinnell, Davis, Ernest Vandorburg-. Willnrd Franklin, Jim Hopkins, Manley, and Miss Davis. Main Postpones Plans for Tour PLAY IS IN "SCOTCH FOURSOMES" OVER CLUB COURSE Mrs. Herbert. Hoovnr Maiden name—Lou Henry ( of Monterey. Calif.) Children—Herbert Clark, Allan Henry. Hobbies — Girl Scouts, hiking, camping, speedboat riding. ge Altho Bid Is Above Estimate AUSTIN. June 11 f-AP)—John Wood, member of the Texas Highway commission, said today he expected the giant Nechcfi river bridge between Port Arthur and Oranpe to be completed according to original specifications notwithstanding; that the best bid on the superstructure was more than $200,000 above the estimated cost. The Taylor-Fichtor Steel Construction company of New York submitted the low bid of $1,593, 500. "I feel sure that, the contract will be awarded," Wood said. "The substructure is being buUt, and we can't quit now. The overrun was causeH by recent advances in the price of steel. We will find the money somewhere." The project is a joint undertaking' by the commission, the Public Works administration and Jefferson county. low bidders had been determined also on three interstate bridges over the Sabine river. These would be at Burr's Ferry between Jasper, Texas, and Leesville, La., it the Pendleton Ferry between t'abine Parish, Louisiana, and Sabine County, Texas, and between CALENDAR 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 homo of Mrs. Otto Pntton on the Wilcox lease, with Mrs. Cecil Keith as co- hostess. Priscilla Home Demonstration club will have a called business meeting in the home of Mrs. Joe Lewis, 2:30. Mrs. Hugh Isbell will entertain New Deal bridge club in her home. ,*.—. CONGRATULATES LANDON CLEVELAND, June 11 (AP)— Senator Vandenborg telegraphed Governor Landon: "In advance of your nomination I send you my warmest congratulations and my assurances of complete support in the battle of the century. "May I add my sincere personal regards." Deweyville, Texas, and Starks, La. Low bids were slightly in excess of estimated costs. The highway commissions of Texas and Louisiana will decide whether they nre acceptable. Daintiness for Juniors for Warm Days In Sheer Cool Cotton Print By ELLEN WORTH Here's a pretty little cool green snd white sheer cotton print dress. It lias a crisp organdie shirt collar. It is so simple to But it together that daughter can sew it herself. The poftly gathered bodice cuts in one with the flared sleeves, so does away with any sleeve difficulties. Another nlpe suggestion for ft is grey linen with navy collar, pockets and belt : Novelty $w4ss, pique, cotton challis print, besides pastel tub jilkj make up charmingly in this model. Style No. 990 is designed for sizes 11, 13, IS and \7 y.ears. Size" IS requires 2H yards of 39-inch material with H yard of 35-inch contrasting. Our illustrated Home Dressmaking Book will enable you to have smart clothes and mpre of them (or less money. Each step in the making of a dress is shown with illustrated diagrams, Send for your copy today. PAMPA DAILT NEWS New York Pattern Bureau, 820 East «n0 gtrecj. Suite 1110, New York, N. V. Bridge Party Is Among Wheeler's Week-End Events WHEELER, Tex., June 11—Mrs. Clarice Fishei- entertained the Contract bridge club Friday afternoon. Mrs Nelson Porter made high score Other players were Mines. Ed Watson, Al Watson, Cora Hall, Worth Beale, Dudley McMullin, E. Goule, and Miss Reba Wofford. Farewell Party Miss Helena Jones was hostess with a farewell party Friday evening for Miss Dorothy Winkler. Games and refreshments were enjoyed. • Guests were Pauline Shoals, Grady imd Lewis Havenhill, J. W. Browning, Ferrol Ficke, Jack Tate, Imogene Jamison, Louise Craig, Orveta Puett, Janotte Hale, George Thompson, Wallace Perpiington, Junior Jamison, Dorothy Burgess, Julia Lou Tinney, Charles Red, Martha Jone Shipman, H. E. Young, Clovis, Lois Ficke, Albert Gunter, Travis Jones, and the honorcc. Personals Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Adams and children left Monday morning for Lubbock to attend the graduation eexrcises of Texas Tech, where their son, Olyde Adams, was a graduate. Mrs. J. M Ficke returned Sunday from a visit in Brouwvood. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wallace are the parents of a daughter bom last Thursday. John Ficko, with George H. Ficke Jr. of Amarillo, were in Shamrock Saturday evening. . Alton Weeks and W. J. Ford visited in Shamrock Saturday. Mrs. Ray Gwyn of Midland is visiting her mother, Ma's. John Ficke. Miss Harper and Ray Ford Marry Miss Frances Harper, daughter of Mrs, Lorene Harper, and Ray Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ford, were married Tuesday at Panhandle, and will be at ho;.ie here after a short trip to Clayton, N. M. They are expected to retiirp .Friday. : The bride wore a dress of navy net with white accessories for the wedding. Both Mr. arid Mjs. Ford have attended .Pairtpa high school. He is employed with a drilling company here. EXPECT BIG THRONG AUSTIN, June 11 i/P)—Final preparations were made today to handle a, throng of 20,000 persons expected to assemble for President Roosevelt's rear platform appearance here tonight. From his train, Mr. Roosevelt will punch a button setting olf a blast to break ground for the Texas Memorial museum on the University of Texas campus. Uncertainty of the weather Inday brought postponement of tho Garden club'. 0 annual yard tour, planned fov tomorrow morning, it wn.'i announced today by Mrs. Kd- ward Damon, general chairman. Instead, the regular meeting of the club will be conducted at city hall club room ut 9:30. A program will be given, and the business session will include discussion of the members' wishes concerning the tour. Rainfall today has been sufficient to prevent u breakfast planned in Central park, and to make Mine yards inaccessible tomorrow for the visits. Setting a later date for the tour will depend upon the decision reached by members at the meeting. **» ORDER OK EASTERN STAR A called meeting of (he Order of Eastern Star is -announced for Friday evening at fi o'clock in Hie Masonic hall. All members are urged to be present. A fried chicken dinner nt the Country club house yesterday eve-' nlng following the first Scotch foursomes ever played on the Pampa course. A group of club members were the players, who were joined by- others for the dinner. In the mixed foursomes, each couple played only one ball, alternating shots. Results of the matches were as follows: Mrs. Mark Heath and Dr. H. U. Hicks were defeated one up by Mrs. Mary Jowell and Mr. Heath.. Mrs. Arthur Swanson and Frank Perry won, two and one, from Mrs. Del Love and Gtis Howard. Mrs. Clarence Barrett and Johnnie Austin were defeated two and one by Mrs. Otis Howard and 'Mr. Barrett. Mrs. Hicks and Charlie Thut defeated Mrs. Thut and Arthur Swanson, one up. » Friends Surprise an Anniversary Call Mr. and Mis. Henry J. .Llnpold long-lime Pampq residents, w^ere surprised last evening when a party of friends and neighbors called on them, bringing covered dishes for a buffet supper. The occasion was the 46th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lippold. Before leaving, the group presented the honored couple with two porch chairs as nn .anniversary gift. GUESTS AT REUNION Mrs. W. D. Dickson and Mrs. Roy Scwell of Pampa were Invited guests at a family gathering near Miami yesterday, when a. group of relatives enjoyed a chicken barbecue in a roadside park. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Craig and "Grandpa" Craig of Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Craig and Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Craig of Miami, Mrs. Buddy Vanderworth of Ledbettcr, and the Pampa visitors. •«•-—:—. The Tony Sarg Marionette theater at- the Texas Centennial Exposition, is the only theater ever built in this country for the exclusive use of marionettes. DANGEROUS WEAPON MIAMI. Fla. f/Pi—H. H. Fan- says Ue was stabbed by his own mustache.. Farr explained that he awka- ened on a recent morning to find his pillow bipod/spotted. An investigation convinced him some movement, made in sleep had driven an end of bis wpU-waxed mustache into lji\s nose, rupturing 9 small biood-veseel. , .- • ... •••irt •• . . •• - . One .hundred and fifty Marines \yith the regimental bjihd Qf U» lamciis fifth Marines will be sU~ Uonid throughput the Texas centennial Exposition. Special-Only 2 More Days Friday and Saturday Personalize Your Home — Your Gifts MONOGRAMED! SHEETS — PILLOW CASES — TOWELS MEN'S SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS JUST GIVE US YOUR INITIALS . . . THESE ITEMS MONOGRAMED FREE NO EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY KIND! 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