Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 25, 1936 · Page 4
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f AGE POUR .THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, PAiiipa, TexM THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1936. - • • ,...-. ... .. •'.'.. :—~~— .'.-:. ...,..-- . '>-.•.. ...,;,~a.:-j» .--i. -, '••- • • • •--- " •" •" " iv " " "" '"^r, SUMMER VISITORS ARE HONOREES AT ' YOUNGER SET' PARTY DANCING AND GAMES ENJOYED INDOORS, ON LAWN Complimenting: a group of younc; vacation visitor^ in Pampa, Mrs. John L. Peake, Mrs. W. L. Bralton and Billy Bralton entertained at the Bratton home last evening. Mrs. Peake's niece, Miss Louise Gble, of Memphis, Tcnn., was the special honoree. Bingo and other games were played oh the lawn, bridge on the porch and dancing was enjoyed indoors Iced punch was served from a ruby boy/I in the dining room. The table •was lighted with red candles in siver holders, and decorated with red roses. Named as honorees were Miss Norma Miller of Austin, house guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hodges; Clifton Hill of Floydada, who is visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. B. Massa; Miss Claudlne Atterberry of Ama- rlllOi former Pampa resident; Miss Olive Daughtery, who has moved to Pampa In recent months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'W. J. Daugherty; George Pollard of Ft. Worth; Miss Ruth Ream of California, guest of her cousin, Miss Flora Deen Finley; 'Holt Robinson and Fred Thel- well of New York, guests of Larry McMurtry. Others included in the guest list were Misses Harriett Hunkaplllar, Berinice Fields, Lucy Waters, Burton andrMildred Tolbert, Elizabeth McAfee, Helen Draper, Rosemary Hampton, . Martha Jones, Dorothy Brlunley, Rose LaNell Williams. Misses Pauline Gregory, Alberteen Schulkey, Mary Price, Lillian Rice, Jeaftne Murfee, Finley, Janice Pur- vlanee, Lucille Bell, Maxine Wheat- ley^.Claudlne Jefferies, Mary Keah- Larry McMurtry, Warren Finley, Tom Rose Jr., Maurice Saunders, Wlllard: Roff, Melvin Quails, Bill Kelley, Buck Talley, Allen and din- to^; Evans, Bill Davis, Jim Arndt, Rex" Rose, Harry Barnett, Raymond Elfcins, Fred McLaughlin. Edward "Scott, Skeet Wise, Frank Mcliaughlin, Bill Parks, Lester Step- henison, Leo Fletcher, Roy Webb, Mayse Nash, Aaron Hunter, Otto Rice, Charles Cook, Mickey Ledrick, Jack Walstad, and Bill Tinsley. Company Labor Unipn Is Flayed By Bishop Lucey CANYON, June 23.—Bishop R. E. .Lucey of the Amarillo Catholia church spoke before students of the West Texas State Teachers college today on the subject "The Need for Labor Organization." Advising that the company labor union v/as a tool of the company officials, Bishop Lucey advocated a broader union of labor embracing many trades, having a common treasury out of which it can pay its : own executives. Such a united •front for labor could effect labor legislation, exact better wages, hours, and working conditions and make for better efficiency in production,, according to Bishop Lucey. Bishop Lucey will give two more lectures to Canyon college audiences. On June 24 he will speak on "What is Wrong: With the Economic Order?" and on June 25 he will lecture on "Government and In• dustry." ' Ten cottages arc being built on thei campus of the West Texas State -Teachers college. They are to'be occupied on September 15 by married - students and, responsible students who are attending the college. C, S. Lambie Construction company of Amarillo is in charge of building the cottages at a cost of $45,000. The buildings will be ot iraine construction with a stucco finish and will be of Spanish architecture. Each will contain four rooms; three bedrooms, and a kitchen and dining room combined, anjt is designed to accommodate sixipersons. All are to be provided with furniture. •The exterior of the buildings will be Beautified with cactus and other desert shrubs and the yards will be landscaped in Spanish style. COEDS CHICAGO, (fP>— Mrs. Mary Quick Burpet, 72, of Indianapolis, enrolled for- an art course at the University of'-'Chicago summer school. As a fellpw student she brought along hejl sister, Mrs. Mary A. M. Quick, 65" $25.00 REWARD WilJ be paid by the manufacturer fdj> any Corn GREAT CHBISTO- PJHTER Corn Cure cannot remove. Also removes Warts and Callouses. 3§Q. at Cretney Drug Store, —adv. AUTO LOANS Be TJa for Ready Cash to p Refinance. • Buy a new car. p Reduce payments. m Raise money to meet bills. Prompt »nd Courteous Attention given all application*. PANHANDLE Y FIVE-YEAR-OLD HAS BIRTHDAY fARTYJN PARK Virginia- McNaughton Entertains Many Young Frieinds Virginia Lee McNaughton, 5 years old, invited a party of friends to Central park Tuesday afternoon to help celebrate her birthday. They enjoyed games, and played with the sand buckets and spades that were given as favors. Pink and green birthday cake and ice cream were served. Jean Dodson, Lula Ruth and Dorothy Johnson, and Mrs. Berry assisted Virginia's mother, Mrs. C. J. McNaughton, In entertaining. Guests were Sue Ann Montgomery, Mary Jo and Colleen Cockerill, Verda Ruth Elkins, Kate Marie Baggett, Gilbert and Laura Nell Berry, Gwen Ann Frazier, Milton Smith, snarl Shaw, Marjory Sue Mullen, Allie Jean Johnson, Dorothy Jean Kerss, Tommy Gene Chesser, and Jo McNaughton. Party Marks Her Fifth Birthday Jolly Nine Club Has Bridge Hpur After Breakfast Breakfast was served at two tables to Jolly Nine bridge club members and guests Tuesday morning in the home of Mrs. Dick Rhoades. Bridge games followed during the morning. Mrs. Ailey made high .score for club guests, and Mrs. Virgil Lundberg for members. Mrs. Bert Isbell received concolatlon. Other players were Mrs. King, a guest, and Mmes. A. C. Lovell, L. E. Brickell, and Jack Carroll. Couple Wed and Are Living Here Announcement has tieen made of the marriage of Mrs. Virginia Anderson and John W. Reed, which took place in the courthouse at Amarillo June 19. The ceremony was read by a justice of the peace. The bride, who wore a frock of blue lace with pink accessories, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Marek Sr. of Pampa, and Mr. Reed is the son of Mrs. Lou Reed of Okemah, Okln. They urn at home here. Shower Is Given in nemore Home Spooi Mrs. Henry Symmonds and Mrs. W. A. Spoonemore were hostesses at the home of the latter recently, complimenting Mrs. Joe Spoonemore with a shower. Rooms were decorated in garden flowers in pink and white. Gifts were presented by Mmes. V. F. Smith, Lou Conklin, G. H. Jovington, Ernest Winborne, W. H. Peters, W. E. Dolson, J. A. Miller, and R. S. Walker, and sent by Mines. Everett Webb, H. T. Combs, W. E. Minatre, Frank Carter, Otis Brinkman; Misses Jessie Mae Duke and, Loulene Conklin. SELASSIE TO GENEVA LONDON, June 25, (/P)—Haile Sal- assie, exiled emperor of Ethiopia, departed for Geneva today to direct his conquered nation's last diplomatic stand against Italy. Virginia Lee McNaiighton, pictured here, was-hostess-to a group of small friends with an outdoor birthday party in Central park Tuesday, when she was five years old. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McNaughton. SOMETHING COOL IS APPETIZING FOR FIRST COURSE IN SUMMER BY MAUY 1C. DAGUK NEA Service Staff Writer The sun may bo scorching", the air sultry, but don't be deceived by the complaint that it's "too hot to cat." Hot weather months are the lime when wise housewives plan most carefully the meals to set before their families. The first rule is that calorie consumption should be low. The heat, that much-talked-of humidity, and the general tendency to avoid physical activity whenever possible make It unnecessary to provide a diet rich in heat- producing foods. Eating to Keep Cool But meals must be nourishing. If the family is to keep healthy and even-tempered during June, July and August, the foods served should be easily digested. The stomach is as sensitive to heat as the rest of the body and resents being overtaxed and overworked. Fresh fruits, vegetables in quantity, meat or a meat substitute once a day, and plenty of milk to drink will supply the elements of a well-balanced diet. Don't depend on iced beverages to keep your temperature down. Sudden chiling of the stomach may create discomfort. If you must have iced drinks, sip Slenderizing Shirt Frock Easy to Make Sleeve, Yoke <tnd Vest Cut 'All in One By ELLEN WORTH Here's a shirtmaker dress that will make you look slender bc- sides smart. It has cool neck and sleeves. You'll find the buttoned vest effect definitely slimming. It detracts from undue bodice breadth. The interesting skirt has a front panel to give you height, and two plaits for easy stride. With this easy to make pattern, you'll want to make several. A pastel tub siRc, as pictured is nice for all occasions. You won't make any mistake by making one or Iwo for general day wear of shirting cottons, shantung, gay linen, cliallis print, seersucker, crash, etc. Style No. 1798 is designed for sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48- inches bust. Size 36 requires 3]4 yards of 39-inch material. 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 misj it I Send for your copy today. : . ' New »ortt Pattern Buream, K20 Eii^t 42nd Street, Suite lilt. ' N. T. 1798 them slowly. Eat frozen desserts the same way, for this will create more lusting coolness. Icc.s imd sherbets are more cooling than ice cream, since they have a lower fat, content and calorie count. Avoid fried foods, rich cakes and desserts, hot breads, rich sauces and gravies. 1 Eliminate these dishes altogether or serve them only in combination with other foods that do not have a heating effect on the body. All fats are heat producers, and some are difficult to digest as well. Liquids Arc Important See that the children drink plenty of milk, fruit juices and water. The body must have liquids, whether the weather is hot or cold, but heat causes more rapid evaporation from the surface of the body and a larger' amount is required in warm weather. When a luncheon is planned with salad or sandwiches as the chief dish, see that something hot is served also—soup, a souffle or a hot drink. The diet in summer well-balanced, just as should be at other times of the year. It should include proteins, carbohydrates and fats, but it is desirable to reduce the carbohydrates and fats to the minimum amount. Proteins arc always needed to take care of wear and tear on the body. However, since protein foods increase energy production in the system, it is advisable to cut down on the amount of proteins, also. The familiar phrase, "Cool as a cucumber," is more than a graphic description. Cucumbers, owing to their lack of calories, are utterly incapable .of- producing heat. Lettuce, endive and -the other salad greens are all extremely low in calories. TOMORROW'S MENU BREAKFAST: Cantaloupe, cereal, cream, buttermilk waffles, syrup, milk, coff.ee.. LUNCHEON: Cream of mushroom soup, croutons, lettuce sandwiches, filled cookies, fruit punch. DINNER: Veal and ham pic, chard with lemon butter, cucumber salad, peach pudding, milk, coffee. CALENDAR FRIDAY Chatterbox sewing club will meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Clifford with Mrs. A. Heflin as hostess. • Royal Neighbors society will meet with Mrs. Roy Albin, 642 N. Banks, at 7:30. Training Course Of Baptists Has Big Attendance The training course sponsored by the B. T. U. department at First Baptist church this week, under the direction of Mfss Helen Gardner, has been well attended. Last night there were 134 present. Central and Calvary churches are participating and Sunday school and W. M. U. workers are finding Miss Gardner's class attractive and helpful. The nclults and juniors and running a close attendance race, the adults having 38 and the juniors 34 last night. Mrs. John Scott is teaching juniors for the second time this year in a class at First Baptist church. The Rev. C. E. Lancaster and the intermediates are having a good time together and the beginner- primary groups with Mrs. A. L. Lee and Mrs. H. G. Covington have a record attendance and much fun together with a fine lesson each evening. The classes responded to "twin night"; many stood with their "twins" when the opportunity was given last evening, even to the youngest group which presented real twins. ,The work starts each evening with a surprise period and refreshments. This evening the period will be given to a rodeo on the lawn. Miss Gardner declares this will be a real rodeo and all are invited to come and witness the stunts as well as to enjoy the class work offered. Texas Delegates Will Attempt to Beat Rule Move PHILADELPHIA, June 25. (fP)— Texas delegates to the democratic convention today waded into the thick of the fight to retain the two- thirds rule of selecting party nominees, despite apparently overwhelming odds against them. Should the rules committee decide to recommend its abolition on the convention floor, several of the Lone Star state delegation said they would attempt to defeat it in general debate. Beeman strong, Beaumont, Texas member of the committee, and former state Senator Tom Pollard, Tyler, said they would ask to be heard if the committee should file a minority report representing the wishes of Texas and at least one other state. Rep. John Rankin of Mississippi, who joined the Texans in a discussion on procedure last night, said he also would ask the committee to discard a plan to the administration to abolish the 104-year old rule. Elliott Roosevelt, son of the President and a delegate from Fort Worth, arrived with Raymond Buck, former president of the Young Democrats of Texas, last night and sat on the front row with delegation leaders. For the first time since the convention opened, Governor James V. Allred was absent. Friends said he had decided to rest. FOOD SALE PLANNED Members of the VFW Auxiliary will conduct a sale of cooked foods at Standard food market Saturday morning .beginning at 9 o'clock. Cakes and pies for the Sunday dinner will be featured, and shoppers are invited to visit the sale. Mrs. O. K. Gaylor, Mrs. Al Lawson, and Mrs. Harry Beall will be in charge. ABANDON SEARCH MEXIA, June 25, (XP)—Officers today abandoned the search for Forest Gibson and Luke Trammel! who killed a guard at the Retrieve prison farm Friday and escaped; A horse stolen at Oletha by the pair Tuesday was found near the barn of Has Farmer of Round Rock, but Farmer said he had not seen the fugitives. Prison bloodhounds were too exausted for further use and possemen were weary from two days and nights with negligible sleep. Accuses Farley in Fund Plea TEJfANS DETAINED BATON ROUGE, La.. June 25, (/P)—Three Texans were detained here today in connection with ths dea(;h of Stanley Reid Brashier, 5, Who was injured fatally last night wh.en struck by an automobile. The accident occurred on the scenic highway on the outskirts of Bfrton Rouge, near the home of Stanley's imrents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brashier. Charge that Ppstmaster-Gen- eral James A. Farley was author of a letter asking Democratic campaign contributions froifl fourth-class postmasters was made in the House by Representative <?h*rles A. Hal? leek (Rep., Ind.), above. Hal- leek declared that the recipi* ents of the letters bad been as.k..ed Jp sell tickets l» ^elr localities for ttvi party war chest, Farley denied author* ship of the Net Result mi IS CANDIDA Heavy cotton net fashions this smart Jiot weather suit, created by Beville of London. It comes In black or navy with 1 white stripes and is as neatly tailored as the suit of flannel that you wore last spring:. It's worn with a pique- trimmed sleeveless vest that buttons down the front. UNRELENTING FIGHT ON MAJOR PARTIES PLANNED NEW YORK, June 25. (/P)— Earl Srowder, a mild mannered former Kansas bookkeeper, held firm control of the communist party today and was practically assured of its nomination for the presidency. Browder, since 1930 general secretary of the party, to all intends and purposes assumed its leadership after its ninth annual convention tumultously approved his keynote address yesterday. Browder called for 'determined participation in the national presidential campaign and an unrelenting fight on^both major parties. The republicans, he said, must be stopped at all costs as the chief exponents of fascism. The democrats, lie added, must be attacked all along the line to force the new deal as far as possible to the left. , "To support Roosevelt," he said, "is to invite his further reaction. He fights reaction only to the degree necessary to hold the left, 1 ' His own chances for election, he is frank to admit, are negligible, but he feels that his ; party, with a membership of 30,000, can play an important part In the coming campaign. The broad outline, he indicated, the communist 'platform will be based on the following planks: 1. Consolidation and extension of social and labor legislation -with minimum standard of living guaranteed. 2. Immediate balancing of the budget at .the expense of the rich. 3. A curb, on the power of the Supreme Court. 4. A pledge to keep America out- of war. Browder was born May 20, 1891, in Wichita, Kan., the son of a school teacher. Borgan's Trial Begins Monday BORGER, June 25, (/P}— Monte Bridges, charged with killing Fred English, Borger hotel proprietor, in a dispute here Feb. 2, is scheduled to go on trial Monday at Stinnett; Bridges has been in the country jail at Stinnett since shortly after he surrendered Co officers in Snn Bernardino, Calif., March 16. English was shot by one of. two men in what was described to officers as an argument over a bill. Two young women saw the slaying. J. A. Alexander of Lubbock also was charged in the case but was hp- bllled and remaneded to jail to complete serving a one-year sentence for violation of liquor laws at Lubbock in 1934. He was on parole. 6Uf 6ULF5PRAY H£ ALWfiYi CETt Hit BUO / Olive Branches Are Offered by Blum Cabinet PARIS, June 25. (/P) — Olive branches of industrial and political peace were offered by the French government today. The popular front administration agreed to halt further occupatipn of factories by striking workmen, a delegation of French chambers of commerce officials reported. The croix de feu won a new lease of life when the government announced.' the rightlest league would be permitted to continue as a "political party" on the condition it drops all semblance of a "private militia." The chambers of commerce representatives said they received assurance from Premier Leon Blum no further manufacturing plants would be tied up by "folded arms" strikers, whose numbers at their height approximate 1,000,000 em- ployes. Woodsman Charged In Island Slaying BEAUMONT, Jund 25, (/Pi— Joe Slack, a bachelor woodman living in a cabin on lonely Pine Island bayou eight miles northeast of eBaumont, was charged with mui> der here today in connection with the fatal shooting of Charley "No Nose" Rogers, • Slack told officers ho had trouble with Rogers, who was a neighbor, for about a year and that the latter had tried .to "run him out of the woods." Clack was quoted by officers as saying he fired a shotgun from the bayou bank at Rogers, Who was in a skiff. Rogers fell dead Into the water. The 63-year old Rogers got his nickname from losing most .of l)is nose and part of his .upper, lip in an accident several years ago. Slack was held in the county jail here. Outdoor Games, Supper Enjoyed At Church Picnic It was an old fashioned Methodist Jicnic, the guests agreed at the mtdoor supper of fried chicken, po- ;ato salad, chocolate cakes and other good things spread last evening when First Methodist church had its annual picnic. The supper was preceded by ball games, rope jumping, and other pic- lic amusements on the Saunders •anch near LeFors. About 100 members of the church and friends were present. Arrangements were in charge of a committee including Charles Ward, M. E. DeTar, Z. H. Mundy, and Dr. H. L. Wilder. ... FOR SAIE! Bargains that are out* standing. Used Ice Refrigerators $2,00 and up. Used Me Kee Evercold $25.00 and up. Used Frigidaire $39.50 and up, Used Trucplds $40.00 and tip Used General Electrics $73.00 and up Lots of Other Bargain* tod Exchange 412 South Cuyler COME, PRIDE OP FLYOOM, HIT THE TRAIL/ WELL FEAST UPON \ . 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