Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 18, 1936 · Page 5
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Tfifc PAMPA DAltY MORNING PARTIES ARE TAKING PRECEDENCE ON WARM DAYS pirn GARDEN CLUB'S TOUR STARTS TOMORROW AT BREAKFAST Mrs. W. V. Jarratt entertained with a pretty breakfast and bridge yesterday morning at Schneider hotel for Queen of Clubs and an added table of guests. Flowers in varied colors centered the breakfast table and formed corsages at the places. Club guests were Mrs. A. M. Teed, Mrs. E. H. Turner, Mrs. Bert Curry, and Mrs. Nicholson. Members playing were Mines. B. O. Lilly, A. B. Goldston, H. C. Wilson, Crnwford Atkinson, R. S. Lawrence, Joe Burrows, Raymond Harrnli, Mack Gra* liam, I. B, Huhgey, Carl M. Smith, Max Maliaffey, Howard Buckingham,'and Nell McCullough. High score award went to Mrs. Goldstein, second to Mrs. McCul- * lough, and high cut to Mr.s. Ma- Imffey. Mrs. Turner wns a guest for breakfast, only. M'LEAN WOMEN TO BE GUESTS ON TOUR Several members of the Garden club nt McLean will be guests of the Pampa club tomorrow morning for the annual yard tour which will follow an early breakfast at Central park. Each member of the hostess club Is also privileged to invite a guest. Members will provide breakfast for themselves and their guests, and coffee will be served by a club committee. The breakfast is to start at 7 o'clock. Visits to beautiful yards in this vicinity will follow. The tour committee .including Mrs. Edward Damon, Mrs. Sherman- White, and Mr.s. Emmelt Dwyer, hns arranged the Itinerary. , —. .*. Barley Sadler • To Show Here In Next Week MRS, BAER TO BE DELEGATE OF ED. CLUB itingsmill Club and * Gruests Meet at Stmkel Home G. 0, P.'s Number 2 Couple Kingsmlll Home Demonstration club elected Mrs. Chris Bner delegate to the A. & M. short course this summer, and Mrs. G. T. Bunch alternate at a business session in the home of Mrs. E. B. Sunkel Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. O. G. Smith, farm food supply demonstrator ;n the club, gave instructions for making work sheets. Refreshments were served to throe guests. Mrs. E. A. Shackelton, Mrs. Alf Taylor, and Mrs. Friend B. Smith, and the following members: Mmes. George L. Roberts, C. T. Nicholson, George Nunley, Earl Casey, N. B. Cude, A. R. Walberg, C. F. Bastion, O. A. Wagner, J. E. Johnson, P. F. Blunkenburg, G. C. Frashlcr, Smith, Bunch. Picnic Given for Two Visitors to Wheeler Family WHEELEH, June 18.—Mrs. Ray Gwyn of Midland and her cousin, George Ficke of Amarillo, both of whom have been visitors in the John Ficke home recently, were complimented with a picnic at the underpass north of Wheeler last Wednesday evening. Misses Helen Green and Bessie Mae Ficke were hostesses. A picnic lunch was served to the honorees and Ferrol Ficke, Anna Mae Puett, Mary Eunice Noah, Marguerite Ficke, Anna Mae Green, Janette Hale of Pampa, Lindsay McCasland, Jack Garrison, Pete Morgan, Earl Farris, Keltaorn Bowers, Walter Adams, Wnyland Merrl- mnn, Grainger Mclluny, Joe Field Meek, Charlie Hix, Alton Weeks, A. B. and J.C. Turner, Max Wiley. Mrs. Gwyn and Mr. Ficke left Sunday for Amarillo. Harley Sadler and his tent theater will be in Pampa to present a series of night performances all through next week. Twenty-five dollars in cash will be given to the person who submits the most appropriate title for the opening performance on Monday night. Sadler will feature plays, music and vaudeville with a company of 40 people^ Dr. George Fllmer of Denver is the guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Steele. W GUIFSPRAY HE ALWAYt Cfrf Hit BUC ! fCUS GALLOPS TO T-HE RESCOE / Get rid of roaches and ants vyithGulf- spray! It really , . , , kills. Kills moths, mosquitoes, flies, too. Won't Stain fabrics. Mild, pleasant odor. At neighborhood, dept. stores a'nd Goo-d Gi " Pealers. 49c a Personal Mrs. Bessie Kenedy, who has been visiting In Pampa, returned home Saturday. Ferrcll Wallace and Ted Farmer were in Shamrock Sunday. W. W. Adams made a business tiip to Mobeetie Sunday. Misses Aline Buchanan and Mar tha Jane Shlpman were in Sham rock Saturday. Leo Fist and Orval Key of Mobeetie visited here Sunday. OFFICERS H 10 [M MRS. WAGNER BECOMES CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S PRESIDENT Should the republican combination of Landon and Knox be ywcpt into office at next November's election, this couple would become the nation's No. 2 man and wife—Colonel and Mrs. Frank Knox, pic! ural in their Chicago apartment, as composed as though being nominated to thq vice presidency were an everyday event in the life of the Chicago publisher. SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN BY MARY K. DAGIJK, NBA Service Staff Writer. I know good housekeepers who say that they can't make good gravy, that they always have bad luck with pie crust, that their coffee is terrible. Seems pretty silly, though, tloesn't it, when these things are :;o simple to get right? Coffee-making is the most universal problem of the lot. The fact that a coffee is expensive doesn't necessarily mean that you will have good coffee if you use it. The price you pay is not all-important, nor the guarantee. That it be fresh, though, matters greatly. Measure Ingcdicnts. Decide how many cups you will need for the meal. Then allow one full measuring cup -of water to each cup of coffee required. If you use a percolator, start with cold water. Miss Helen Green visited ii Shamrock Sunday. .^ Mothers Class Is Entertained In Purvis Home A contest on Bible questions, li old-fashioned spelling match stylp was conducted lo feature the entertainment for the Mothers clasr of First Methodist church yesterday afternoon. Mr.s. Mary J. Purvis was hostess at her home. Mrs. John Hodge conducted the contest, and the side captained by Mrs. Sam McCullough was declared winner. The devotional was presented by Mrs. M. E. DeTar lo open the program. Ice cream and cake were served to Mines. Minnie Price, W. M. Castleberry, Anna Bi'ooks, T. N. Sligar Nels Walberg, Annie Culberson. Mn- hala Fullingim, T. L. Certain, W. W Harrah, C. T. Nicholson, Hodge, De- Tar, McCullough, and Purvis, clas; members, and to Mr. Harrah, a visitor at refreshment time. Tomorrow's Menu. BREAKFAST: Chilled melon, cereal cooked with raisins, crisp toast, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON: Cream of garden spinach soup, toast sticks, potato and sardine salad, sour cream cookies, grape juice. DINNER: Broiled lamb chops on toast, new peas in cream, endive salad with French dressing, chilled custard with fresh fruit, milk, coffee. two ways. One way is to stir the [lour into the proper amount of fat in the roasting pan or spider and add the right amount of cold water, stirring until the gravy boils and is perfectly smooth. Alternate Recipe. The other way to make it is to add water to the fat in the pan and bring it to the boiling point. Put some sifted flour into a bowl and slowly add cold water, stirring to make a perfectly smooth paste. Add enough more water to make the paste pour easily and pour into the boiling gravy stock. Season with salt and pepper and cook and stir until boiling. Use two tablespoons flour—level—to thicken two cups of gravy. This kind of gravy should .boil several minutes after it thickens It's easy to make but you 'MUST have the paste perfectly smooth and free from lumjs. Lumps will not cook out, you see. .They will swell in the hot stock and be even larger. Bacon is another simple food often poorly cooked. Remember that all cured meats must be cooked slowly. The curing process dries and firms the tissues to a certain extent, making it imperative to cook it over a low flame to prevent crisping before the meat is sufficiently done. Put bacon in a cold spider and cook slowly, pouring off the fat and never letting it smoke. An installation service for new officers of First Christian Women's ccuncil was conducted by the minister, John S. Mullen, in a general council meeting' at the church yesterday afternoon. Mrs, Oia Wagner took office as president succeeding Mrs. Charles Austin, Other officers installed were Mrs. R. L. Allston, vice-president; Mrs. Scott Raifsynder, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. R. E. Abbott, reporter; Mrs. Jack Wilkerson, pianist; Mrs. S. E. Elkins, librarian. Standing committee chairmen ns- .sumilig their duties were Mrs. Tom Eckerd, missions; Mrs. Bill Kluxer, mission fund; Mr.s. C. W. Moot, World Cn.ll; MI-K. Bessie Martin, aged guest; Mr.s. C. F. Bastion, social and banquet; Mr.s. C. E. Hutchins, diamatics and woman's day; Mr.s. DeLea Vicars, flowers and cards; Mrs. B. C. Fahy and Mrs. Burl Graham, special committees. Group leaders who look office were Mrs. W. R. Clayton, group One; Mrs. R. E. Abbott, group two; Mrs.-Ralfsnyder, group three; Mrs. Emory Noblitt, group four. A gift was presented to Mrs, Austin at the close of the ceremony, token of appreciation from members of her work as president. Applicants for Recreation Post Asked to Write Written applications for the position of assistant .supervisor in the city recreation program here are being received by Mrs. J. M. Dodson, chairman of a committee which will meet Saturday afternoon lo select a woman for the post. Decision to add another worker to the staff was made by the Council of Women's clubs at a called meeting Tuesday. She will work with Ben Guill, general supervisor, and Mrs. Delmer Ashworth, assistant. Applications must be mailed to Mrs. Dodson, to reach her not later than noon Saturday, it was announced. BUTTONS ARE SMART THIS SEASON! Self-covered buttons are Important this season. Let us cover them for you. HEMSTITCHING Let us Hemstitch that new summer dress for you, Singer Sewing Machine Co. Phone G89 214 No. Cuyler Use two level tablespoonfuls of cof- ee for each cup of water and two ixtra tablespoonfuls for the put. This formula always applies whether ou have a percolator or some other cincl of pot. Let the water boil and the minute t begins to come up through the lop 3f the percolator, notice the time. When the coffee has percolated tun nimiles, take the pot from the fire. Filtered coffee is made by pouring ioiling water—but it must be actively soiling—over finely ground coffee. Gravy can be made successfully KINGSMttL NEWS KINGSMILL, June 18.—Mrs. Floyd Coffin of Jefferson, Mo., is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. W. Woodworth. Miss Faye Singleton of Bridgepori is the guest of her sister, Mrs. G. B. Stone. Streets in front of the business houses here have been graveled. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Lamb moved this week to the Cabot camp. Miss Maudine Woodworth, who has been quite ill the past week, is reported improving. Mr. Mitchell has moved here from Pampa and will have charge of a service station. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Franks and his> mother spent the week-end with relatives in Shamrock. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Abersold oi Kansas were here on business last week. Mrs. Vevnon and daughters of Spearman spent Sunday in the J M. Kirby home. Mrs. Charles Chapman and daughter, Shannon, left yesterday to visit in Electra before joining Mi- Chapman at Wichita, Kas., where he has recently been transferred. —_; ~«. ' Betty Ann Parker, small, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. B. H. Parker was admitted last night to Pampa* Jarratt hospital. .& soc/at/ CALENDAR FRIDAY Mrs. J. M. Daugnerty will be hostess to Priscilla Home Demonstration elub. Miss Gwendolyn Couts, bedroom demonstrator of Hopkins 4-H club, will entertain with a tea from 2 to 4 at 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. Gilllspie at 7:30. Members are urged to attend, bring their policies, and discuss a new finance plan. First Baptist Dorcas class and families of members will meet at the city park, 6 p. m., for a picnic supper. SATURDAY Junior G. A. of Central Baptist church will met at the church at 3 p. m. THIRD TUNNEY SON NEW YORK,.June 18, W)—Gene Tunney, former heavyweight champion of the world, was more interested today in the "weighlng-ln" of his third son than he was in the Louis-SchmeJing, fight. The baby who weighed eight pounds, was born yesterday to Mrs. Tunney, the former Maiy Josephine Lauder. Mrs. Ray Brown and daughter Charlta Gayle, were taken to theh home from Pampa-Jarratt hospital yesterday afternoon. J. P. MoKenna was admitted to Pampa-Jarratt hospital last night. THE CENTRAL EXPOSITION? Play Safe. Stop in Fort Worth. Be sure of accommodations. Your mind at rest, you'll enjoy the short, pleasant drive to and from Dallas and the FRONTIER CELEBRATION IN FORT WORTH. The Worth gives you the MOST fur your money. A cordial atmosphere of friendly hospitality. Every room with bath or shower ... rates as low as 92.00 a day. JACK FARRELL, Manager 18 floors of cheerful Guest Rooms - AIU-CONDITIONED Coffee Shop—Dining Koom CAP ROCK BUS LINE ADDS NEW SERVICE TO THE LINE Leaves Pampa at 7:15 a. m., lp:40 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. for Childress, Wichita Falls, Ft. Worth and Dallas. For Okla. City at 10:40 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. over the Cap Rock making direct connections with the Greyhound Lines at Shamrock and ride big nice buses over all paved route. Don't ask for next bu», ask for the Cap Rock Bus. Call your local agent at &H 8 Terminal, Phone 871. Shop These CITY DRUG Grape* Cooler IOC 35c * Freezone i 60c • Lysol « 50c • Unguentine « $1.00 Size 89e 3l>c Rub'ber i Gloves J NOW CITY DRUG Trio Sundae 3 Scoops Full CITY DRUG ORIGINAL JUMBO SODA 8c Rich anil Delicious $1,00 Milkweed Cream SIM Admiracion Shampoo 50c Size 4'lc 83c I.ady Esther Cream ,55c Size. 47<i SI.25 Italian Halm and Dispenser 79c Box of 1,2 |40^'° 3 TYPES OF 19c KOTEX Box of 48 TO SUIT DIFFERENT WOMEN —AND FOR DIFFERENT DAYS Regular—Junior—Super Prophylactic TOOTH BRUSH and Univex Camera Golf Clubs 25 to 50 Per Cent Discount Household 1 Lb. Salts Epsom S1.IJ5 Pinkliam's Compound Plnl Milk Magnesia 25c Nyal While Shoe Cleaner . Cflc Alka- Selt/.er 15c $1.09 Ifc Trade Wind Electric Fan G. E. Product lOc Woodbury SOAP Filtered Sunshine 60c Mum 35c Size 29c 50c Non-Spi Bellodgia Perfume, dram Kleenex 500 Sheets 99c 31o Dental Needs 51;j Melt Tooth ISnuh 75c Mslerinc 40e Pepsodent Paste 25c size 19c Bath Preparations ;25e Mavis Talc Yardley '• Lavondomcal . Shacldo Dusting Powder .. Hudnut Cologne $1.50 Bathaswefct .. Lentheric' Colognes And Perfumes Tweed Cologne Miracle Cologne Asphodele Cologne Tweed Perfume In Gift Packages Tweed Perfume dram up $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 up REMOVIDWIIH -.^-.11^13 CASTOR Oil Bay couUbye to Uangcroiu razors and clumsy corn- piHla. A iicff llfjuia called KOXACOUN ends pain ID 00 seconds. Dries up the peskiest corn or callus, ('utitalns puro castor oU, iotlino and com-aspirin. Absolutely solo. Approved by Good Housekeeping Easy directions in package us* 1 , bottlo savcu untold mUory. Your money buck If It fallal H|| V#iVi!il*lM U> remove uuy corn or callus. 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