Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 21, 1936 · Page 7
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Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 21, 1936
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•I SECTION TWO Items for the Woman's Page are welcomed from Pampa and Surrounding territory. Q atli| (VOL. NO. 30. NO. 66) Material for this page must be id by 10 a. m. on week-days and noon Saturdays. PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1936 (PRICE FIVE OENHH) 4^TCLUB GIRLS SHOW WINNING ROOMS IN OPEN HOUSE They Hope To Be 'At Home' in White House THIS YEAR'S LIST OF MARRIAGES GROWS DURING WEEK. ' M'LEAN, June 20.—While num- ;crous weddings were being solemnized in Panhandle cities, Mr. and •Mrs. Tom Clark celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary last Sunday. They entertained members of the 1926. graduating class of McLean high'school and their families Guests included Mr. arid Mrs Emery Crockett of Pampa. PANHANDLE, June 20.—In . beautiful ceremony at the home of .the bride's parents, Judge and Mrs J. Sid O'Keefe, Miss Beatrice O'Keefe . and C. L. Upham Jr. were married on June 11. Both were popular young residents here untl recent years, when they have been employed in Borger. They will make their home in that city. SHAMROCK, June 20.— Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Edyth Snyder of .Elk City and Burdette Quinn of Shamrock, formerly of Pampa. Mr Quinn Is in charge of the union bus terminal here, and the couple will live in Shamrocki , .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lummus an- ; nounced the marriage of their daughter, Janey, and Ralph Bliss of Amarlllo on June G. They are at home in Amarillo. BORGER, June 30.— Miss Zola Ruth Burnslde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -D. E. Burnside, and J. C. Knbwles were married Monday evening In the Lubbock Baptist church, and returned here to make their home. .The" bride was graduated from high school here this spring. Mr. Khowles is a' member of the high school faculty. CLARENDON, June 30.— Announcement has been made of the marriage on March 3 of Miss Carol '.Holder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Holder, .and -John D. McClellan. They are at home at the Jordan ranch. LEFORS, June 20.—Mr. and Mi;s, Ed Berg of Sunray announce the marriage of their daughter, Edna, to Gordon Parks of Sunray on Juno 11. The bride and her parents lived until last year. Mrs. J. R. Rlchey entertained Friday with a shower for Mrs. W. L. Fisher, who before her recent marriage was Miss Thelma Clark. '.- MIAMI, June 30.—Miss Frances Ramsey became the bride of Charles T. Lyon on Juno 10. The bride Is the daughter of Sheriff and Mrs. J, O. Ramsey, and Mr. Lyon the spn of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lyon, old-time residents here. They are at home in Miami. CHILDRESS, June 30.— Mrs. James Lewis of Pampa, the former Miss Bessie Warren of Chlldress, was complimented with a shower at the home of Mrs. M. Robinson Tuesday evening. Hostesses were Mrs. E. Lasseri, Mis. John Prettyman, Mrs. Robinson, Miss Aileen Williams, and Miss Helen Robinson. SALAD MAY FILL ANY COURSE IN THE SUMMER LUNCHEON TO ADD HIGH FLAVOR AND COLOR () Here's a "front porch" view of Alf M. Landon, Republican presidential nominee, and family, taken at Topeka, Kan. John Cobb, 2, sits on the arm of daddy's chair; Nancy Jo 3, cling-^to mother; and Peggy Ann 19, brings up the rear. Mrs. Cody Named Shower Honoree After Marriage . Complimenting Mrs. Herman Cody, who was Miss Grace Russell ' before her recent marriage, Mrs. W. M; McWright entertained at her hqme Friday afternoon. Betty Ann Culberson and Willadean Ellis played," an accordion and clarinet duet; Vivian Lafferty gave a reading, and Mrs. Roy Dyson and Mrs. H. M. Cone appeared as old-fashioned brides in /a skit. Gifts from the friends present were opened by the bride and inspected by the guests. An ice course was served, with gumdrbp bouquets decorating the plates. Guests who registered,-in addition to those on program, were Mmes. Tom Morris, Hugh Ellis, J. H. Hayes, Fern Bain, Bonnie Rose; Misses Qra Beryl Brandon, Lillle Mae Redman, Frances Nash, ana Vesta Mul- llns. ' , ^i Dorcas Class Is Picnic Hostess A picnic, pne of the number which have made Central park a popular spot the past week, was given there Friday/evening by Dorcas class of First paptist church for members- arid their families. c Tb,a outdoor supper was enjoyed, by Messrs. and Mmes. H..A. Robinson, y. p. Pruitt, B. B, Bard, E. R. G6w,er, L. p. Ward, Jones Bard, Geprge Nix, Howard Giles; Mmes. O. (3. Garner, Pe.te Post, M. C. Bard, B, q. Graham, N. B. Ellis, W. M. yoyjes, T. p. MVjrton, and Bonnie e, and }'f Children, Department of Home Economics Texas State College'for Women DENTON, June 20—Originally a salad was a leafy vegetable dressed with nn oil and acid and seasoned. It was often garnished with 'ruit, meat, shellfish or cheese. Ulter this has changed so that of;en the original garnish becomes ,he salad and the original green salad becomes the garnish. In 'act, salads now may be so selected .hat they may be served as appe- .izer, main course, or even to take ;he place of dessert. Salads must be of pleasing color and texture combinations. They should contain something crisp, they should be rather highly f laired, nncl if possible should con,ain contrasting flavors and con- •rasting colors. Materials should lot be made to appear scrappy by using too many kinds or by jutting too finely. Menu For Day BREAKFAST: Grapes, puffed vheat, crisp bacon, buttered toast, :offoe. LUNCH: Creamed chipped beef, Teamed peas, rice, croquettes ipinach salad, bread and butter, watermelon, iced tea. POTATO SALAD: Dice cold boiled potatoes into 1-2 inch cubes. To each cup of potato add 1-2 cup of chopped cucumber or sliced radishes, one teaspoon onion juice, two tablespoons bacon fat, and one tablespoon of vinegar. Season with Good Record Ten-year old Ernestine Holmes, playing- with the 13-year old group at the Tri-State Music Festival in Dallas last week, made some of the highest grades of Pampa pupils,, according to reports received by her teacher, Madeline Tarpley Rowntree. Her grade on scales was 97. She played The Swan, MacFayden for a grade of 95, and was scored 92 on each of two other t-tolos, Allegretto, Haydn, and Sonatlno, Beethoven. salt and pepper; garnish with minced parsley. SPINACH SALAD: 2 c. shredded raw spinach, 1-2 c. chopped hard cooked eggs, 1 T. minced green pepper, 1 t. onion juice. Marinate with a French dressing made with 3 T. lemon juice and 2 T. salad oil seasoned with salt and pepper. Garnish with radish circles, celery, or pimento cut in fancy shapes. Serve on a lettuce leaf. Main Dish Salad LUNCHEON: Molded veal saald. sliced tomatoes, lyonaise potatoes, brown bread, ice box cookies, Iced chocolate. OVEN DINNER: Baked fish, stuffed tomatoes, baked potatoes, Par- kc-rhouse rolls, apricot, salad, nio- cln cream, sponge cake, coffee. MOULDED VEAL SALAD: 1 c. left over veal diced, 1-3 c. fresh tomatoes, 2 t. gelatine, 3-4 c. hot broth, 3-4 c. cut celery, 1-2 t. minced onion, 1-4 c. cold water, salt and pepper. Soak gelatine in cold water, dissolve in hot broth, add salt and pepper. When cool, add other ingredients and mold. Serve with mayonnaise dressing. APRTCOT SALAD: 1 c. apricot juice, juice of ono lemoii, 1 1-2 T. gelatin, 1-2 c. water, 1-4 c, sugar. Soak gelatine in cold water, dissolve in hot apricot juice; add sugar iind when cold add lemon juice and chill. When thick place in molds that have been lined with celery curls and over this quarters of apricots. Chill and serve in lettuce leaves with mayonnaise dressing. .«. Suest to Speak At Presbyterian Church Service W. A. Zlscliang, superintendent of the children's home at Amarillo, will be the speaker at First Presbyterian church this morning in the absence of the Rev, L. Burney Shell, pastor. The service is to start at 11 o'clock. There will be no evening service today. Sunday school will meet at the usual hour, 10 o'clock. The pastor Is at Temple with Mrs. Shell, who is receiving treatment at the Scott-White hospital. He has written that she is improving rapidly and expects to leave the hospital in a few days. Mr. Shell will probably return early next week. He invites the public, as well as members of the church, to hear the visitor this morning. «•> Friends Entertain For Group Member Members of group two of First Christian Women's council and a few other friends of Mrs. H. H. Isbell complimented her with a shower Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ivy E. Duncan. After a short program and several games, little Carolyn Sue Abbott presented Mrs. Isbell the gifts in a baby carriage. An icp course was served. RAINBOW GIRLS TO LEAVE FOR STATE MEETING Sponsors Accompany 11 Members to Houston Eleven members of the Order of Rainbow for Girls and a group of sponsors are leaving today for Houston, to attend the annual grand assembly of the order Tuesday and Wednesday. They plan to visit In- terestlng Centennial spots during the trip. Girls going are Mattie Lee Clay, worthy advisor of the local order; Naomi Sunk... worthy associate advisor; Mary Adams, past worthy advisor; Mary Frances Hamlett, faith; Gwendolyn Underwood, charity; Freida Dowell, drill leader; Frances Coffey, musician; Dorothy Burton, Dorothy Jo Moore, and Helen Shellebarger, color stations; and Ruth Clay. Mrs. W. A. Seydler, mother ad-, visor, Mrs. E. Bass Clay, Mrs. E. R. Sunkel, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton are the sponsors who will accompany the group. T •® MORNING TOUR TAKES CLUB THROUGH YARDS FAREWELL PARTY FOR MRS. LOFTUS IS RECENT EVENT Mrs. Carson Loftus, who is to leave soon for a new home in Oregon, was complimented by other members of El Progresso club at party in the home of Mrs. Dave Pope Thursday afternoon. A member of the club for the past 10 years, Mrs. Loftus has twice served as secretary and has been active In club programs and projects. Her ability as a reader has placed her on many of the club's special programs, as well as on programs of other groups here. The afternoon was spbn/t informally by the group of friends. Each member added a handkerchief, remembrance to Mrs. Loftus, to the shower which was presented with a clever speech by Mrs. James Todd. Refreshments were served to Mmes. Loftus, C. T. Hunkapillar, L. C. McMurtry, Charles Thut, J. M. Dodson, W. R. Ewing, J. M. McDonald, John V. Andrews, T. D. Hobart, John K. Sweet, William M. Craven, Lee Ledrick, George Walstad, and Todd. Baptist Women Will Convene in Borger Tuesday The quarterly session of Baptist Missionary unions of the Palo Duro association will convene Tuesday at Borger, where the program will be presented largely by young people of the various member churches, It is announced by Mrs. F. E. Leech, associational president. Mrs, Herman Coe of White Deer is associational chairman of young people's work, and will be in charge of the program. Young people's chairmen from the member churches will assist her. Several Pampa young people are to take part on the program and It is expected that Miss Helen Gardner, state training school worker who is conducting a study course here this week, will go to Borger to give an inspirational talk. Several Borger women who attended the recent Southern Baptist convention will report Interesting items from that meeting. A covered dish luncheon will be served at noon, The morning sessions will start at 10 o'clock. Members of First Baptist and Calvary Baptist churches of Pampa are included in the association. Music Teacher To Begin Class The first national institute of allied arts has announced Edward Guests Include Four McLean Garden Club Members Cool morning hours Friday were spent by Garden club members and their guests visiting some of the city's loveliest spots In their annual garden tour. It started •with an early breakfast served In a shady spot at Central Park. After the outdoor meal, the party visited the beautiful back yard garden at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pool, the model grounds at the Charles Burton service station on Highway 60, th« yards of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wooley, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Robinson, and ended the tour in the rock garden on the lawn of Dr. and Mrs. W. Purvlance's home. In the large group of club members and guests were four visitors from the McLean Garden club, Mrs. D. A. Davis, Mrs. W. E. Bogan, Mrs. Blevins, and Mrs. C. B. Batson. Mrs. Edward Damon was in charge of arrangements for the tour, assisted by Mrs. Sherman White and Mrs. Emmett Dwyer. c> Cavalcade Author CALENDAR MONDAY A general business meeting of First Methodist Missionary society will follow a breakfast on Mrs. W. Purvlance's lawn at 9 a. m. TRIP I HOT CLOSE MARGIN GIVES GWENDOLYN COUTS THE PRIZE Jan Isbclle Fortune, poet, playwright and newspaper woman of Dallas, is (he author of "Cavalcade," dramatization of high lights of Texas, which opened at the Texas Centennial exposition Saturday night. TUESDAY Tuesday bridge club will nice at the home of Mrs. H. E. Carl son at 9:30 for bridge and lun cheon. Mrs. H. O. Simmons will enter tain Merry Mixers club at he home, 429 N. Starkweather, at 2:3C Hopkins Home Demonstratloi club will meet for luncheon a the home of Mrs. Ralph Manley. Mrs. Emory Noblitt will be host ess to Ester club at her home. Girl Scouts of troop six wll meet at the Little House. A social meeting of Business and Professional Women's club will begin at 7:30 at city club rooms. V. F. W. Auxiliary will meet a the American Legion hut at 8 p m. THURSDAY Mrs. W. B. Haas will entertain Deuce of clubs at her home. Rebekah Lodge will meet In the I. O. O. F. hall at 8 p. m. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH The Rev. John O. Scott, pastor, announces as his sermon subjects today, The Return of Our Lord, for the morning service, and The Three Crosses, for the evening message. Services will start at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. The public is Invited to attend. Chatterbox sswing club will meel at the home of Mrs. Paul Clifford with Mrs. A' Heflin as hostess. Party at Miami Is Dual Courtesy For Two Brides MIAMI, June 20.—Mrs. A. J. Montgomery was hostess to a lovely Williams of Chicago as its newly party Wednesday evening, honoring authorized teacher here. Mr. Williams is a graduate of Bush conservatory and Klmball Hall of Chicago. Besides being a graduate instrumentalist, he has to his credit theory, bass counterpoint, harmony and arranging. Most of his work has been in the east where he directed professional bands and orchestras. Mr. Williams can be heard over radio station KPDN this afternoon from 4:30 to 5 o'clock with a violin concert. They Rank High as Pianists Betty Leo Thomason, left above, and Maxine Holt, right, were among the young pianists from Pampa whose playing received grades above 90 in the recent Tri- State Music Festival contests at Dallas. Maxine, 11 years old but playing in the 13-year group, made a grade of 95 on her- s*>lo, The Swan, MacFayden. Betty Lee, 10, played Mozart's Allegro in B Flat received a grade of 90. Both are piano pupils of Madeline Tarploy Howntree. Mrs. Howard Man and Mrs. Herchel Gill, recent brides. The bridal motif was carried out In the appointments and dainty refreshments with tiny golden slippers as plate favors. Lovely gifts were presented the honor guests by the hostess and those winning high and low scores also presented them their gifts. Enjoying the affair were Mmes. Gill, Man, Everett Hodges, Bill Gill; Misses Dona Pursley, Zell Stewart, Luclle Saxon and Anne Hopkins Mrs. Graves Dyer of Wichita Falls Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Dial. Mrs. Sherman Johnston and daughter, Elsie Jo, left Saturday morning for their home in Fort Worth after spending the last two weeks with. Mrs. Jim Johnston. Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Hopkins and daughter, Anne, left Saturday to visit friends and relatives at Floydada. Mrs. A. E. Locke spent a few days in Amarillo last week. Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Montgomery and son are vacationing in California. ^ 1_ Class Picnic for Youngsters Given At Central Park Mrs. John Buzbee entertained her Sunday school class Tuesday afternoon with a picnic at the city park. After two hours 'of games, a picnic lunch was served. Present were AUene May Green, Lois Green, Betty June Napier, Patsy Ruth and Bonnie Dell TUck- er, Harry and Oharline Vanderburg, Lawrence Walker, Lawrence Shelton, Winona and Jenny Hyatt, No- vUa REUNION WILL BRING FAMILY ALL TOGETHER Brother and Sisters Will M_eet After 31 Years Summer visits are bringing- together for the first time in 31 years four sisters and a brother. Mrs. B. E. Finley is to be hostess to this family gathering. Already here are her sister, Mrs. N. S. Hammand, and son David of Coronado, Calif.; another sister, Mrs. J, A. Ream, with Mr. Ream and children, Ruth and Warren, from Butte county, Calif. The brother, W. D. p. Warren of Decatur, 111., is to be here soon, and the family gathering will bs complete with the arrival next Friday of Miss Nellie Warren of Olathe, The visitors will be here for about 10 days. Accompanied by Mrs. Finley and children, Flora Deen and Warren, they will go to Dallas for the Centennial exposition and there meet Mrs, B. E. Ferguson of Austin, another daughter of Mrs. Finley. W. M. S. BREAKFAST Women of First Methodist Missionary society will meet for a breakfast on the lawn of Mrs. W. Purviance's home tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. A general business session will follow. Members are reminded to bring plate, cup, and silverware for the meal. Has High Grade Gwendolyn Couls, 4-H club girl from Hopkins, took first place In the county bedroom Improvement contest which closed Friday. B«n- nlo Mae Wade of McLean 4-H club placed second and Lofa Daughtery of Sunshine club third. Honorable mention went to Edith Gibson and Mildred Tlbbett of Alanreed. Scoring was the closest of any county contest among club girls, it was reported by Miss Ruby M. Adams, county home demonstration agent, and only a few points separated the winners. All five of the bedrooms were praised by Miss Mary Sitton, Potter county agent who scored the contest and who said it was the best group she had ever inspected in one county. The first place winner will receive a trip to the state farm short course at A. & M. college next month, while the runners-up will be given part of their expenses on the same trip. Shorter trips are being arranged for the girls who placed fourth and fifth. Rooms of the three winners were open for inspection this week-end at teas. Gwendolyn and Lois were hostesses in their homes Friday afternoon, and Bennie Mae yes- tctday afternoon. About 50 callers visited each room. The first-place winner told .'guests of her work in literally buildinfr her room. She started with a bare store room, wlndowless and with only an outside door. Visitors were surprised to see the pretty little room with flowered paper, white woodwork, attractive curtains. and bedspread, convenient clothes closet, and furniture, all made by the blub girl. She actually built the furniture in manual training class at Hopkins school, using only hand tools.!The bed and chest of drawers had a factory-finished appearance. ' • . Other Hopkins 4-H club girls,assisted Gwendolyn and her mother, Mrs. C. P. Gouts, as hostesses. Miss Faye Davis, sponsor of the girls' club, presided at the registry.- Lois Grossman was at the table where Iced tea, salad, and cookies were served from blue arid white glassware. A blue vase in the center held yellow flowers. Ollie Marie Grossman assisted in serving. Guests who registered included Mines. Ray Enochs, Mary Mackie, Jim Hopkins Jr., Robert Browrt, Jack Stephens, M. O. Doss, Ernest Vanderburg, G. Pinnell, Rblarid' Dauer, c. McKnight, E. S. Byar's, Ola Berry, McCracken, Hodges,, Clifford Braly, Walstad, E. R. Manley. Mmes. George Nunley, George P. ' F; . Blankenburg, G. T. Bunch, EarJ Casey, O. A. Wagner, J. E. Johnson, C. F. Bastion; Misses Marjorie Skaggs, Jimmie Heath, Peggy Stab phens, Miriam Wilson, Gertrude and Doris Ingram, Arlene Saunders, Joyce Elaine Byars, Frankie Berry, Ruby Adams, Faye Davis; Messrs,- Ray Enochs and R. B. Thompson; and a number of children. The visitors were from the Hopkins and Bell communities, Pampi, Kingsmill, and other parts of the. county. • • ' KatheHue Barrett, above, made grades of 90 on two piano solos she played in recent Tri-State Music Festival contests at Dallas. Her selections were' Sonata in E Minor, Haydn, and Solfegielto, Bach. She played in the 15-year old class. Two other Pampa pupils of Madeline Tarpley Rowntree who ranked high in the contests wero Clara Mae Leinm and Peggy Stephens. The former, 12 years old, played Folk Song, Greig, with a grade of 85; Corrente, Handel, 94; Noi-ste Song, Schumann, and Nel Cor Fin, Beethoven, 90 ea«h. 'P.eggy 'received grades of 95 on her solos, Pie«e In A. Major, Bach, and Shepherd's Tale, Nevin. She played in the 14-year old group. M. E. Ministers Return After a Week in School Returned from a pastor's school- at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, the Revs. Lance Webb arid Will C. House, Methodist ministers here, will occupy their pulpits today, at regular services. '. Mr. Webb has been absent two weeks, as he assisted Bishop Boaa in a revival at Colorado for a week preceding the school. He will speak: at Harrah Chapel this morning at. 11 on the subject, Dawn . Froijt Above. The evening sermon, My Christian Assurance, will be de.r: livered at McCullough church atj 8 o'clock. , ' •; . . Both churches will have Sunday school at 9;45 this morning, .apd their usual mid-week meetings ial; McCullough church on Wednesday and Harrah Chapel Thursday. ;y Mrs. Ernest Wilson has returned from a ten- day visit with Mr.'-'atyl Mrs. John Gray of Enid, pHla. Tift Grays are owner of the Gray theater in Enid. - .*. John B. Leland, Empire Oil ie Gas company employe, was trea/ted for a triple fracture of his right arfa Thursday in Pampa-Jarratt hps» pital. He, with other employes, was operating a hand winch when it- slipped. - ^ William Gordzelik of White D^ •was able to be taken to his homi from Pampa-Jarratt hospital yes'* • . . Mr. and Mrs. Tom Simtns of Panhandle are visiting to tfte hewn* of Mrs. Simtns 1 mother, Mrs. Fuliingiia during the

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