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THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampg, f e*ai 1AW1PTARTY £T CHURCH HONORS MINISTER AND WIFE REV. AND MRS. LANCAS , TER PRESENTED WITH GIFT FIVE VISITORS MEET WITH METHODIST WMS CIRCLE A? COUNTRY HOME OF HOSTESS General Meeting Is Planned Outdoors Next Week First Baptist church honored •, its.minister, the Rev. C.'E. Lancaster, and Mrs. Lancaster at a party on the church lawn last evening. This month marks the close of another year of their ' work with the church. Mrs. T. F. Morton Was in charge of- an Informal program. Miss Kathertne Barrett played piano numbers. Short talks of appreciation were made by various members of the church and representatives of the departments. T.. D. Alford, Sunday school superintendent made the presentation of a beautiful set of table linen, a .gift from the church, to the hanorees. K basket lunch wns served on tables arranged on the lawn. P>TA Asked to" Give Information Ihfcfrmation regarding CertlPn- n!al pageants or other Centennial celebrations given this year in schools of Texas Is sought by Miss Nora Myles, 1714 Fair-mount Ave., Fort Worth, she has notified Mrs. C. T. Hunkapillar, president of the eighth district Parent-Teacher association. Miss Myles is collecting material for a paper on the subject, and Mrs. Hunkapillar requests that schools in this district which have had celebrations send the information to her so the Panhandle district will be represented in her findings. The material should be sent directly to Miss Myles. Sewing Club Meets With Mrs. Graham For Informal Hour Chatterbox sewing club was entertained at the home of .Mrs. cur- tis Graham Friday afterribdn. ^Conversation, sewing, and inspection of "rosebud" gifts occupied the hour. Sandwiches, pie, and tea were served to Mmes. A. Heflin, A. C. Hoiichin, R. B. Shepherd, George Hancock, E. L. Emerson, Tony Balch, and L. L. Lockhart. For the next meeting, June 26, Mrs. Heflin will be hostess in the home of Mrs. Paul Clifford. GIDL'S IDENTITY SOUGHT FORT WORTH, June 1C, (/P)— Officers today sought to 'learn the identity of a young woman, .partially paralyzed, who seems'''to be under the delusion that she is in Waco. She was found lying on a pallet beside Highway I just west of 'the city. She is about 35 years old and has brown hair and eyes. Cross Children May Need Simple Laxative .TrVhfin children arc cross and touchy, give them Feen-a-mlnt, the delightful chewing gum laxative. Feen-u-mlnt begins Its pleasant effect as soon as you start chewing It, for its stomach-settling mint brings & cleanj freah taste to the mouth/ As you chew out the laxative Ingredient which Is absolutely tasteless, the flow of digestive juices is Increased. The laxative Is mixed with these juices and carried 'into the system evenly and gently. Feun-a-iiilnt doesn't frlpe, nauseate or cause upset and Is non-hablt-formlng. It passes through the atomach and into the bowels so scientifically that the action Is wonderfully easy and thorough. Try the pleasant, refreshing Feen-ft-mlnt way. Doctors prescribe Us laxative ingredient for both children and Adults. Sold on u money buck guarantee. •Qeiterouit tanilly »lze packago lOo and 25o. ; All makes Typewriters and Other Office Machines Cleaned and Repaired. . —All Work Guaranteed— Call JIMMIE TICE ' PAMPA OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY, Phone 288 Mrs. Roy Ttnsley and Mrs. Travis Lfvoly were hostesses at the country home of the former yesterday to circle one of First, Methodist Missionary society and five guests. Mmes. C. C. Dotld. Sam MrCulloilgh, Uncl Nels Walberg; Misses Mne Wess Bell and Jean Lively. Mrs. O. L. Quails was appointed assistant chairman of Christian social relations to fill an office vacancy. Mrs. W. Purviance conducted the devotional and program from The Outlook magazine. Mrs. H. B. Carson presented a playlet assisted by Mmes. John Hodge. John Platt, and H. H. Boyton. Home made Ice cream and cake were served to eight members and the guests. Mrs. J. E. Ward was hostess to circle two at the Clara Hill classroom, and served refreshments to 13 members after a lesson from The Outlook. Mrs. Joe Shelton gave the opening prayer, and Mrs. J. M.. Turner the devotional talk. Assisting Mrs. Sherman White on the program were Mrs. It. W. Lane unil Mrs. H. Thompson. The closing prayi'i' was by Mrs. John Hessey. Kli!v«Mi members of circle three and two visitors, Mrs. J. B. Kidwell and Mrs. P. D. Gonzak's, met with Mrs. J. V. Kidwell at her home. Mrs. Harold Wright presented the devotional, and Mrs. J. E. Kirchman, Mrs. E. L. Emerson, Mrs. Martel Peters, Mrs. H. A. 'Hart, and Mrs. John K. Sweet the Bible lesson. Meeting at the church, circle four had Mrs. Ralph Cliisum and Mrs. M. E. DeTar as hostesses. After the prayer by Mrs. Tom Cook, Mrs. A. W. Babione led the study. Mrs. Prank Shotwell and Mrs. H. O. Pearce discussed the topic, Can a Child Be Religious?; Mrs. O. D. Stover and Mrs. Eunice Brady the topic, Christian Living for Older Children. The 12 members present and a guest. Mrs. John Fledge, went to a downtown refreshment parlor to be served an ice course after the meeting hour. Announcement was made in all circles that Uie general meeting next Monday will be at the home of Mrs. W. Purviance at 9 a. m. A breakfast on the lawn is planned if the weather permits. Students Return For Vacation to Homes in Miami MIAMI, June 16.—Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Pursley returned home Friday evening from Searcy, Ark., Dallas and other points where they spent the last 10 days. They were accompanied-home by their daughter, Miss Dona, who has just completed her four-year college . course at Harding college. . David Dial returned home Saturday to spend the summer months with his mother, Mrs. Gertrude Dial. David is a student at the University of Texas, Austin. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. O'Loug'hlin left Sunday for various points in California for a 15-day vacation. Mrs. Sam Strader and children of Fort Worth are guests of relatives here this week. Miss Janie Bess Saxon left Monday for Boulder, Colo., where she will attend the university during the summer session. S. Mills and Burl Alexander of Amarillo visited in Miami Sunday evening. Miss Ester Morrison of Clarendon ,s visiting' friends uncl relatives here this week. Miss Zell Stewart spent the weekend with friends at McLean. Mrs. L. A. Griswold and W. R. Winning and son, William, are visit- ng their sister and aunt, Mrs. T. J. Quinn. Miss Ardena Talley who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Talley, for the last few weeks •eturnecl to Fort Worth today. BUS TRAVEL IS BEST NORTH, EAST, SOUTH OB WEST Modern, Convenient, Comfortable Coacheil FARES ARE LOWEST IN HISTORY! 1. Liberal Stop-Overs Allowed. IE. Reductions on All Round Trip Ticket*. I. Fast and Close Connections. 4. Safe and Competent Driven. LET US HELP PLAN YOUR TRIP OR VACATION NOW. Agent* Will Gladly Furrmh Detail Information PAMPA BUS TERMINAL 115 South Rui.ell St. Phon. 871 Ninth 'Man' Inmgimvlhc chagrin of .Manhattan University's husky oarsmen when they learned that a girl was In the crew from Rollins College, near Orlando, Fla.. that defeated them on the Harlem Hiver. Here is the history-making young woman—Sally Stearns, coxswain who set the beet for the row to victory. She's related to the prominent Boston Stearns family. CALENDAR WEDNESDAY Mrs. W. V. Jarratt will be hostess to Queen of Clubs with a breakfast and bridge at Schneider hotel, 9 a. m First Christian Council will meet at the church, 2:30, and install officers. Central Baptist WMU will'meet: Lily Hundley circle with Mrs. R. H/Watklns and Lou Wilkins circle with Mrs. O. H. Gilstrap. Women's Auxiliary will meet in the annex of First Presbyterian church at 3 p. m. THURSDAY Calvary Baptist WMU.will meet at. the -chui'chi 2:36,..-for a 'Royal Service program. Rebekah' Lodge will have its regular meeting at the Odd Fellows hall, 8 p. m, FRIDAY Mrs. J. M. Daugherty will be hostess to Priscilla Home Demonstration club. Miss Gwendolyn Gouts, bedroom demonstrator of Hopkins 4-H club, .will entertain with a tea from 2 to 4 ut her home. A regular meeting of the Order of Eastern Star will start at 8 p. m. at the Masonic hall. A called meeting of the Royal Neighbors society will meet with Mrs. H. C. Chandler, 220 N. Gillispie, at 7:30. Members are urged to attend, bring their policies, and discuss a new finance plan. SATURDAY Junior G. A. of Central Baptist church will met at the church at 3 p. m. MISS HUNKAPILLAR IS HOSTESS FOR MRS. JESS PATTON A linen shower complimented Mrs. Jess Patton, the .former Miss Louise Walstad, when Miss Harriet Hunkapillar entertained Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Walstad. In the games of bridge, Mrs. C. T. Hunkapillar made high score, and presented the award to Mrs. Patton. Each guest presented tne bride also with a beautiful piece of linen. After these were admired, an ice course was served. The guest list included Mmes. Patten, Raymond Harrah, A. L. Peacock, Wiley Reynolds, Jake Osborne, Elmer File, Hunkapillar; Misses Dorothy Brumley, Dorothy Harris, Martha Jones, Virginia and Claudine Jeffries, Jean Mann, Johnny Vaughn, Jeannie Stennis, Ella Faye b'Keefe, Burton Tolbert, and Sue Dodson. -•• REPORT OF CHURCH OF CHRIST SCKIKNTIST Report of the annual meeting of the First Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass., June 8, 1936: BOSTON, Mass., June 8.—An appeal to Christian Scientists to work for the demonstration of World Peace, the reading of reports by church officers on the various activities of the movement thruout the world and sustained demand for the writings of Mary Baker Eddy, Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, marked the annual meeting today of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. Electon of Mrs. Elzabeth Cadwell Tomlinson of Boston as president of The Mother Church was announced. She succeeds Dr. Frank C. Colby. Mrs. Tomlinson was born in Byron, Wisconsin. After graduating from St. Helen's Hall, a well-known Episcopalian private school, she received a remarkable healing in Chris- tlon Science which brought her into the practice of this religion. She was at one time a delegate appointed by the Governor of Oregon to a conference of women's organizations in Paris! In 1914 she was in London, England, at the outbreak of the World War and did service under Mrs. Herbert Hoover in relief activities. The addition of 22 new churches and eight new university organizations, making a total of 2751 brandies of The Mother Church and 55 college and university organizations, was announced by the Department of Branches and Practitioners. Approximately 60QO Christian Scientists representing every state in the Union and practically every civilized nation in the world attended the meeting. The main floor and three galleries were filled within a short time after the church doors were opened, the overflow being accommodated in the original Mother Church where amplifiers were installed. The Board of Lectureship carried Christian Science messages to the four corners of the globe, delivering 3111 lectures with an attendance of approximately three million persons. Ten lectures were given in Africa, 59 in Australasia, 17 in Hawaii, China, Japan, Java, Ceylon and India, one in the City of Mexico, 17 in South America, 9 in Bermuda, Canal Zone and West Pretty Shirt Frock For Summer Dances Or for Afternoons in Street Length and so Easily Made! By ELLEN WORTH The ne\y styles with their infinite variety are making life much more pleasant for smart young things who like lots of changes for summer parties. When you can run it up in the morning, as you can this lovely dress, you'll find it loads of fun. And believe me—it will help you stretch your budget. The cost will prove amazingly small. Plump shoulders need he nothing to sigh about either, when there are fascinating dresses such as this one to show them off. If, however^ you prefer the . puffed sleeves set into the shoulders—have your way I See the back view.in street length. Make it of plain or embroidered organdie, crisp dotted swiss, eyelet batiste, net, voile prints or challis prints. There's a nice choice! Don't you think? Style No. 1805 i s designed for sizes 11, .13, 15, 17 and 19 years. Size 15 requires 4tf yards qf 39- inch material with I'/* yards' of 5;4-inch ribbon for belt. Our. Illustrated. Home . Dressmaking Book contains the latest fashions together with dressmaking lessons and the fundamental principles of sewing. Whether you are an experienced sewer or just a beginner, you will find this book helpful indeed in making your summer clothes. It is just full of ideas to enhance your own looks. You 'simply can't afford to miss it I Send for your copy today. Price of BOOK 10 cents. Price of PATTERN 15 cents (com is preferred). Wrap coin .carefully. Trim at A printed silk dress with softly shirred neckline and daisy belt buckle, and a three-quarters swagger coat of sheer woolen are worn by Mrs. Dodge Sloan, owner of a stable of famous racing horses. Her white hat is a variation of the popular Hamburg. Indies, 225 ' in Great Britain and Ireland, 104 in continental Europe and Scandinavia, and 2669 in Canada, the United. States and Alaska. The fruitage of Christian Science in healing all manner of disease and disorder was attested in selected testimonials read by Mrs. Jennie H. Jarvis. As Manager of Committees on Publication, C. Augustus Norwood disclosed that through the publication of religious items • and the radiocasting of religious programs and news comments from The Christian Science Moniter, friendly relationships have been established with about 2000 newspapers and 300 radio stations. Through these contacts some 150,000 friendly and constructive news items were published, while more than 6000 religious programs and 60,000 radiocasts of Monitor news were put on the air during the_year. • Quilting Occupies Women of Calvary Baptist WMU Group A quilt was finished by members of Calvary Baptist Missionary union when they met at the church last Thursday afternoon. After the hour of work, they went in a body to the home of Mrs. Dock Buzbee. The hostess was presented with a basket of flowers and a luncheon cloth. 1805 PAMPA DAILY NEWS New York Pattern Bare**, 120 EM* «Snd Btrwt, SulU }}}•, '' Outdoor Supper Is Enjoyed by Class Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross entertained the senior class of Calvary Baptist training union Friday evening with a weiner roast at their iiome on the Wileox- lease. Present for the outdoor meal'were the Rev. J. L. King, Mrs. John Bius- bee, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Broxson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Lunsford and son, Bill Claterbaugh, Jack Vanderburg, Lorie Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Ross and children. FISCHER IN PANHANDLE CHILDRESS, June 16 (/P)—F. S, Fischer of Tyler, candidate for the governorship, swung into the Panhandle today in his campaign. His program for the day included speeches at Memphis, Clarendon, Claude, and Amarillo. : FOR SALE! Bargains that are outstanding, •"' Used Ice Refrigerators $2.00 and up. Used Me Kee Evercold $25,00 and up. Used Frigidaire $39.50 and up. Used Trucolds $40.00 and up Used General Electrics $75.00 and up Lots of Other Bargain* Used Refrigerator Exchange 412 South Cuyler ICE CREAM IS IDEAL DESSERT TO MAKE, EAT Mint Ice, Chocolate Sauce Is Good, • Different Hy MARY E. DAGUE NEA Service Staff Writer Many believe Dolly Madison, who wns such n charming American First Lady, served the first Ice crenm In the world .at one of her famous dinners.. Others claim that an inspired negro chef served frozen custards to his patrons even before the sparkling Madam' Madison delighted her guests. I lean to the Dolly Madison theory because I like Dolly. But whoever thought it up was a benefactor. Ice cream is one of the easiest desserts to make. You fix It in the morning and slip it in the freezing unit until dinner time or you pack it in ice and salt In the right proportions and freeze according to your preferred method, then pack it again to ripen until wanted. Powders Simplify Making If you use one of the excellent Ice cream powders on the market the preparation" is done according to the direction on the package and the whole is finished In a twinkling. If you free?* ice crenm with a crank you never have difficulty about texture but when you use a vacuum pack method or the mechanical refrigerator you must be very careful about the amount of sugar and the denseness of the liquid. Pure , cream makes a smooth texture but produces too rich a dessert for everyday use. The Ice cream powders take care of this problem and produce a frozen cream of deliciously smooth texture and delectable flavor. One of the best combinations of flavors is a mint Ice cream or rich parfait with chocolate sauce. A dessert of this kind enables you to start your meal with, a refreshing fruit cup or to serve a fruit salad. Mint Parfait One large bunch of mint,' 1 cup Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST—Sliced peaches, cereal, cream, fish hash, breakfast radishes, bran muffins, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON: Eggplant baked with tomato sauce and cheese, toasted muffins, apple float, milk, tea. DINNER: Tomato juice'cock- tall, veal birds, stuffed green peppers, buttered. , asparagus, 'fresh fruit salad,'mint'parfait with chocolate sauce, macaroons, milk, coffee. sugar, whites 2 eggs, 1 pint whipping cream, few grains salt, green vegetable coloring. Cut mint finely and put Into a large bowl. Make a syrup of sugar and 1-2 cup water and pom- over mint. Cover closely arid let stand one hour. Strain. Beat whites of eggs until stiff and beat in mint syrup. Fold in cream which lias been whipped until firm. Add salt and a drop or two oJ green coloring and turn into mold or freezing trays. Freeze without turning in eight parts ice to one part ice cream salt. Chocolate Sauce Two and one-half squares bitter chocolate, 1-2 cup water, 3-4 cup sugar, few grains salt, few drops vanilla. Cut chocolate in small pieces and add to water. Place over a low fire and bring to the boiling point. Cook four minutes, stirring constantly. Add sugar and salt and boil four minutes longer, stirring constantly. Cool slightly and add vanilla. Serve hot or cold over ice cream. This is. a. good syrup to use for Plans June Bridal It is to be a short engagement for Virginia Vnmleilip, heiress to Frank A. Vandcrlip's great banking fortune. Her wedding has been set for June 26, little more than two weeks after announcement in New York of her betrothal to Dudley Sdioales, former Cornell football star. Birthday Surprise Is Given Mr. Kelly In Home at Merten A surprise birthday party was given Pete Kelly at his home on Merten lease Saturday evening, when a group of friends called with sandwiches, ice cream, cake, and punch for a supper. Bridge games furnished entertainment. Present were Messrs, and Mmes. Tom Clasby, John Kelly, Alva Phillips, ; C. B. Haney, E. M. Heard, Bruce, and Pete Kelly. chocolate drinks, too, and may be kept in a closely covered container in the refrigerator. Monk Rasputin Without Power fa_17, Claim NEW YORK,~June 18 (/P)—A picture of Rasputin kissing an ikon and forsaking his supposed eleventh hour dominance of the crumbling regime of the Romanoffs stood today in .the record of a $100,000 libel suit. The suit was brought by Serglus Trufanoff, known in czarist days as > Illladore, against Rene-Fulop Miller, author of "Rasputin, the Holy Devil," and the book's, publishers. Illiadore, n short, well-built man lution, said . lie became convinced' of 'Rasputin's evil character' and : preferred charges against him at a meeting of the hernrchy of the church. ' At this meeting, he testified,* Rasputin kissed the ikon and swore, to retire from the court of Hie czar. : Illiadore, a short, well built man with deep set eyes and an imperial beard, said he met Rasputin in 1909 and was impressed by his "salntli-. ness and holiness because the czar.' believed so much in him." His attorney asserted that the. book, first published in 1928, pictured Illiadore as 'a forger, a se- : ducer, and a filthy mouthed, vicious, disreputable person." .1 Defense counsel denied this charge ' and said it would prove all state- ' mcnts in the book to be true. Bilious Spells In bilious spells, one of the first things to do Is to take a dose of. niack-Draught to relieve the attending constipation. You can rely. on Bisick-Draught whenever a lax-' alive ib needed. Mr. T. L. Austin, of McAdenvllle,. N. C., tells of having used Black- Draught for a long time. "There Is' a box full on nly mantel, now," he writes. "I take it for biliousness. If j I did'not take it, the dullness and! headaches would put me out of business. It is the quickest medicine to relieve me." .' • Black-Draught is purely vege-'; table. It is one of the most economical laxatives. Sold in ' 25-cent packages containing 25 doses. ' '. BLACK-DRAUGHT ••A TOUCH OF HOME NEWS IN THE MIDDLE OF YOUR VACATION ... It will seem bettor than ever before, to pick up The PAMPA DAILY NEWS, your paper, and read . all the local news. No matter where you spend your vacation, we'll send it to you for only 15 cents per week. PHONE THE CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT 666 Pampa Daily News FREE! FREE! 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