Amarillo Sunday News-Globe (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 33, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 14, 1938 Page: 1 of 264
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Amarillo Sunday News-Globe
VOL. 13. NO. 33.—Associated Press Day and Night Leased Wire.
AMARILLO, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1938.
MISS LOUISE UEBERMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry I/ieberman, is scheduled to become the bride of
Max Sepkovitch of Wasson tonight at 8 o'clock at Tem-
ple B'Nai Israel. Rabbi Alex Wiesel will officiate.
Anmrlllo Clmptrr. O. V. S., annual
hn'«krt pirnir nnrl Robert Morris rrlr-
b-ation, San Jacinto Park, G o'clock.
American Trpion Auxiliary, LcRlon
Hall, 8 o'clock.
Amarillo Chapter, O. E. 8 , Masonic
H- ll, 8 o'clock.
Martha Class of First Baptist Church,
Mr- R Earlo O'Kecfe, 1617 Hayden
Street, 3 o'clock.
.Stitch R:tf Club. Mrs. Fred Spears,
Pleasant Valley, 2 o'clock.
Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood
of Eail Road Trainmen, J. O. O. F. Hall,
covered dish luncheon at 11 o'clock;
business meeting, 2 o'clock.
El Martcs Nrrdlr Club. Mi s Myrtle
Hanks, 701 Fillmore Street, 2:30 o'ciock.
\M «>\l sn \V
Woman - Council of West Anmrillo
Ch:;-' .'H Chinch, circles, as follows
Circle No. 1. Mrs T. M. Montgomery,
12.'!1 Bon ham Street, 3 o'clock.
CJrclc No. 2. Mrv J. A. Stinson, 3010
West. Third Avenue, 2 i0 o'clock.
Circle No. Mrs. Carl Parker, 904
Carolina .Street, !>.!() o'clock.
Circle No ■?. Mrs. V Hargrove, 200
Independence Street, 0:30 o'clock
Circle Nm r>. Mrs. Arlo Kellv. 3234 West
Fifteenth Avenue, 0:30 o'clock.
W M. S of Tenth Avenue Methodist
Church, Mrs. Lawrence Rou*h, 2:30
Butterfly Cltih Mrs. Charles McLeroy.
703 Tennessee Street, all-day meeting.
Fideliv Clasn of First, BapMst Church,
monthly covered dish luncheon, church,
Pierce Street Baptist W. M S . mis-
sionary program, church, 2 o'clock.
I T. n. Club, covered dish luncheon.
Mrs .Te.. Walter hostess a* the home
of Mrs. Clay Thornton, 1404 Madison
Street, 11 o'clock.
P!e.ix inI. Vnllev Help-Your-Neichbor !
Club, Mrs. Loyd Mo rem an, all-dsy meet-!
Friendly Needle Club, Mrs. B McNett, I
50.3 Crockett Street, 2 o'clock.
Circle No. 7 of the Central Preshv- '
♦erian Church, barbecue supper, church,
Beryl Needle Club, picnic, Buchanan
Street P irk, 2 o'clock.
M O. I, CI a s of (he First Baptist
Church, monthly luncheon, basement
of the church, 12:15 o'clock.
Club dance. An arillo Country Club,
P jntil 12 o'clock; music by Carlton
Madge Lee Johnston
Is Shower Honoree
Miss Madge Lee Johnston. t>rlde-
clcct, of Dale McLain of Clinton.
Okla.. was honored with a surprise
miscellaneous shower Thursday aft-
ernoon. Her mother, Mr J. L. John-
ston. was hostess at their home, 1302
West Eighth Avenue.
A blue and white color scheme was
Those present were Mesdames J.
E McLain. J. C. Holloway. A. J.
Koch. Gerald Bishop. Henry Rose,
Genl Swafford, C. O. Brown. R.
Johnston, Miss Juanita Johnston,
and Mrs. J. L. Johnston.
Miss Johnston, who is scheduled
to be married on Sept. 11, is the
daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. L.
Johnston. Mr. McLain is the son of
Mr and Mrs. J. E. McLain. 801
Kentucky .Street. Both are graduates
Of Amarillo High School.
1 he bride-elect is employed in the
office of Dr. George M. Waddill,
Jr.. nrnl Mr. McLain is employed by
the Nelson Grain Co. in Clinton,
^liere they will make tlieir home.
RIM I IT HOOK review
"O HI GIVEN AT CLAt l>E
CLAUDE. Aug. 13 Mrs. Roscoe
Bates of Dallas will review "The
Yearling" by Mnr'oric Keen an
Rowlings on Saturday afternoon,
ojip 20. at. 3:30 o'clock at the First
Christian Church here.
A small admission will be charged.
Proceeds will go to the Warner
Memorial fund. The public is in-
Mrs. Roy McKenna and her
daughter, Betty, were introduced to
Amarillo society Thursday after-
noon by her sister, Mrs. Z. T. Hoehn,
with a tea in the ballroom of the
Amarillo Country Club.
Pink gladioli and great clusters of
summer flowers decorated the en-
Guests were greeted by Mrs. M. T.
Johnson and Mrs. Wales Madden.
In the receiving line were Mrs.
Harris Kimbrough, Miss Cecile Daw-
son, Mrs. Hoehn, Mrs. McKenna,
Miss McKenna and Mrs. James
Mrs. Chanslor Weymouth and
Miss Dorothy Hubbell served punch
from a bowl carved in ice, rimmed
with flowers and ferns.' Assisting
with the serving of the 2f>0 guests
were Mrs. Charles Keffer, Mrs.
Beaumont Stinnett, Mrs. Joe Wells,
Miss Harriett Hubbell, Mrs. Dick
Nelson, Mrs. Max Houston, Mrs.
Don Herrington, Miss Bet,:y Wool-
dridge, Mrs. John Fain, Miss Mary
Ann Weymouth, Miss Jeanne Howe,
| Miss Mildred Kirk, Miss Jean
! Fish, Miss Billy Bob Jones of Lub-
j bock, Miss Loui.se Elliott and Mrs.
Gardenia corsages were worn by
| members of the houseparty.
Shades of pink, white, gold and
black were the favored colors for
the party. Mrs. Weymouth wore
j fuschia chiffon in flowing lines; the
Misses Hubbell wore black chiffon;
J Mrs. Madden topped a black chif-
fon with a starched lace jacket; Mrs.
Slemp wore filmy black lace over
white; Mrs. Wells was gowned in
gold; Mrs. Houston earned the
Grecian motif of her pink gown to
; her headdress of piled curls; Mrs.
Fain wore white chiffon, decorated
with clusters of French roses; Miss
Dawson's gown was of grey and
gold chiffon; Mrs. Stinnett was in
pink chiffon laced with ecru; Miss
I Weymouth's print, was vivid gold
| figures against black; Mrs. Nelson
wore blue organza.
Mrs. McKenna's gown was formed
i of satin print; Miss McKenna wore
moire taffeta in ecru; and Mrs.
Hochn's gown was of black net.
Clarendon Girl To
Miss Avis Lee McElvaney. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer MeEl-
vany of Clarendon, will attend the
National Theta Sigma Phi con-
vention in Los Angeles, Aug. 18-20.
She will leave via TWA Tuesday.
Miss McElvany, who wa.s elected
president of Theta Sigma Phi, hon-
orary journalism sorority, at. the
University of Missouri this spring,
will represent her chapter at. the
business meetings and social Junc-
tions of the convention.
| Miss McElvany will be a senior at
the University of Missouri this fall.
| She is a member of Alpha Gamma
o. r:. S. TO HAVE
PICNIC THIS EVENING
The annual picnic and Robert
j Morris celebration for Amarillo
| Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star,
will be held this evening at fi o'clock
in the San Jacinto Park. Those at-
tending are asked to take basket
Is Given To Honor
Miss Louise McClure, who Is
scheduled to be married to George
R„ Wiseman in Eugene, Ore., on
September 3, was honored at a
shower given at the home of Miss
Mary Ella Flesher, 3205 Van Buren
Street, Thursday evening with Miss
Jayne Ward as co-hostess.
The shower was introduced when
Miss Pat.sy Wavne Saunders entered
pulling a wagon filled with rosepoint
Blue and white, the bride-elect's
chosen colors, were carried out in ■
the appointments of the affair.
Those attending were; Misses
Louise McClure, Maxine Grant, Ann
Mohler, Maralee Mason, Emily So-
Relle, Mazelle Van Landingham, j
Ida Mae McClure, Mrs. W. D. Mc- ■
Clure and Mrs. Carl Saunders.
Unable to attend but sending gifts
were Misses Lois Jeanne Ferguson, I
Peggy Siebel, Frances Wayne Smith,:
and Joyce Cobb.
SILVERTON, Tex., Aug. 13. Mr j
and Mrs. H. S. Sanders of Silverton i
announced the engagement, of their
daughter, Miss Aurelia Sanders, t.o j
Mr. Lauren Tcnney Conger of River
Forest, 111, recently to their inti-
mate friends. The wedding is ]
scheduled to take place in the late
Invited guests at the announce- ;
i ment coffee given in Silverton by j
the bride-elect's mother were; Mrs.
Howard Lamond, Miss Geraldine
Biffle and Mrs. Biffle Fort of Hale
Center, Mrs. B. R. Ezzell, Miss Jos-
j ephine Donnie, Gwendolyn Cloyd, i
Carolyn Schott, Troy Burson, Joe
Lemons, W, Coffee. Jr.. Mrs. E. G.
j Rice, Mrs. E. W. Scheid, Mrs. Bill |
| Middleton of Quitaque and Mrs. Al-
ton Johnson of Boise City, Okla.
Miss Sanders attended Texas State
College for Women at Denton and
! West Texas State College, Canyon.
Mr. Conger is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Guy Park Conger of 558 Key-
i stone Avenue, River Foresi, 111. He
| attended Dennison University in
j Granville, Ohio, where he was a
'member of Phi Delta Theta fra-
The coming event was announced
to friends of the Congers in River
Forest on Sunday evening. Aug. 7.
: by Dr. and Mrs. Conger and Miss
■ Friday, Aug. 5, the announcement
wa.s made to several friends of the
| bride-elect's family at a dinner at
j the Capitol Hotel in Amarillo. The
guest list included: M. E. Roberts
J of Duluth, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Karl
E. Lewis of Louisville, Ky., Mr. and
Mrs. G. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Perry ilia r. of Fort Worth, Ed
Kennedy of Troy, N. Y„ Mr. and
Mrs. Sautelle of San Antonio, Tex.
The announcement was written
on small notes used as place cards.
Miss Sanders will be entertained
in Philadelphia at the country es-
tate of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick T.
Conger. She will also be feted by
Dr. and Mrs. Fredrick Tcnney of
New York City at their country
home in Shorehome, Conn , before
she returns to Dallas in September
for a series of parties there.
Mr.- rvn* i
niS. liidllfo DIITICK
Is Honored With
A shower honoring Mrs. Charles
Bit tick, the former Miss NaDeane
Hardin, wa.s given Thursday after-
noon from 3 until 6 o'clock. In the
home of her mother. Mrs. Bessie
Hardin. 2036 Washington Street
Cut flowers furnished the decora-
Games were played. Those who
won prizes presented them to the
_ Refreshments were served to Mes-
dames Scott Sorrells, Ray Webb
Irene Baum. Delores Self'ridge c'
W. Boozer. Paul Brown, W. D. For-
inger, W. H. Neeman and son, Jun-
ior. of Borger, Miss Dorothy John-
son. and Mrs. Hardin's mother Mrs
J. R. Raney of Dallas.
Wanda Lynn Martin
Is Party Honoree
Honoring little Miss Wanda Lynn
Martin on her birthday, a party was
given at the home of her parents
Mr. and Mrs Nathan E. Martin. 804
North Woodland Street, Friday aft-
Games were played and refresh-
ments served. The cake was decor-
ated in pink and green.
Those atending were: Gale Dud-
ley, Donald Wayne Carver, Gale
Moiyneaux, Wesley Martin, Donlee
Martin, N. C. Martin, Shirley
Bowles, Betty Lou Fulton, Bobby
Glen Fulton, Jerry Martin and the
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MISS LORENE M'CLINTOCK is in charge of the collec-
tion of paintings by Glen Cooper Henshaw to he exhibit ed
at the Rose Bowl, Junior Welfare League ton room,
this week. The above portrait of Miss McClintock, by
the famous American artist, will be included in the ex-
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Art Exhibit To Be Held
At Rose Bowl This Week
Tomorrow an exhibition of paint-
ings by Glenn Cooper Henshaw,
world famous artist, will open in the
Rose Bowl, sponsored by the Junior
, Welfare League.
The exhibition will include a se-
ries of pastels, a medium in which
; Henshaw is a master. The paintings
were brought here by Miss Lorene
McClintock. formerly of Slaton, who,
1 for the past six months, has had
charge of the Barbizon-Plaza Art
Gallery in New York City.
Although Mr. Henshaw painted
; several creditable compositions in
years of study abroad, his finest
work has been done with the Amer-
j lean scene. Particularly out.stand-
jing are his studies of children and
; old folks—with whom he seems to
| have a particular sympathy, catch-
ing the animation of the one, the
wistfulness of the other.
He has been known as an "idealis-
tic realist," for his ability of spirit-
; ualizing his subjects, as though they
were dream pictures, atmospheric,
He is well known In the field of
: portraiture, having painted John
Noble, famous artist., Edwin Mark-
ham. poet, and Percy McKaye. play-
The paintings will be on display
; at the tea room from 11 until 2
: o'clock all this week. The exhibit
i will close on Aug. 22.
Country Club Comments
Gala Entertainment Is
Given at Blackwcll Home
It might have been the summer i
of 1B80 out at 3205 Polk Street, Fri-
day night when several hundred
friends of the Ben Blackwells and
the Wallace Hurds gathered during j
the early evening.
Strains of cowboy ballads greeted |
Ihe guests, and a camptire's merry
gleam cheered The chuck waron
dispensed cowboy lemonade and
gingerbread. And the entire garden
was lighted with saroles, a colorful
Spanish custom, in which lighted
candles aie set. inside paper sacks.
Stunts, and dancing on the lawn,
took up part of the evening, with
the bold, bad men of the West en-
tering the bronco busting contests
—astride stick horses—"Laramie
Luke" Lynch was declared champion
The guests and the houseparty
were garbed in the traditional west-
ern clothes, colorful bandanas, spurs,
hnntc fringed skirts ts!l rcnvb-sro.".
Range riders for the herd of guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wyatt, Mr.
and Mrs. Jess Rogers, Dr. and Mrs.
W. B. Stevenson, Orla Allen. Dr.
Evelyn Powers, Dr. George Powers,
Mrs. Winifred Jenings Early, Mr.
and Mrs. Roll a Cartwrtght.
Fifty-two members attended the
| ladies bridge-luncheon Tuesday.
Hosteses were Mrs. U. N. Olver, Mrs.
I J. B. Dooley and Mrs. L. M. Fishcher.
j The next bridge-luncheon will be
j held Tuesday, Aug. .23. Hostesses
| for this date are to be Mrs. How-
| ard Lynch, Mrs. Wade Holman and
Mrs. Chas. Gailoup.
Yesterday and today the mem-
bers at. the club are qualifying for;
i the club golf championship. Match j
play will take place this week and
j the. finals will be played a week j
from today. Bill Flenniken, who j
won the city championship two;
weeks ago, is defending champion
The annual club tennis tourna-
ment for both men and women will
start Monday. All matches for the
men will be the best, two sets out
of three, except, the finals which will
he the best three out of five. All
matches for the women will be the
best two of three. Any member
can enter the singles, doubles or
| mixed doubles. Finals will be play-
| ed Sunday, Aug. 28.
Curry Smyth, who played in the
: Broadmore golf tournament at Cnlo-
1 rado Springs last week, brought
hack the prize for winn-ig the third
flight. Smyth shot a 73 on his
final 18 holes.
Ladies who enjoyed lunch and
golf at the club Thursday were:
Mesdames R. C Kay, Geo. Mc-
| Grath, Frank Wolflin. Paul Gore.
Chas. Gailoup. Wade Holman, C. G.
i Lee, Bob Stone, U. N. Olver, R. J.
Moore. J. W. Ross, and Lee Thomp-
| son, of Houston.
Thursday afternoon, Mrs. 7.. T.
I Hoehn introduced Mrs. Rny McKen-
na and her daughter, Betty, to
Amarillo society with a tea at the
Country Club. The club house was
decorated with white and pink flow-
ers. Punch was served from a
large block of ice surrounded with
flowers. Two hundred and fifty
guests were received during the af-
ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mc-
Kenna and daughter recently moved
here from Kansas City.
Social calendar for August:
Aug. 20. club dance.
Aug. 23, ladies bridge-luncheon.
Aug. 25, family night.
A I,abor Day barbecue is planned
John Snider will again prepare the
barbecue. There will be a caddy
derby, horse shoe pitching, driving
contest, and dancing.
At the beginning of the swim-
ming season, there were 58 stu-
dents enrolled under Bob Clark. Out
of this number, there are 2fi who
will receive medals and eight who
will receive cups.
To win a medal, the child must
start by ducking his head and
graduate up through a series of
swimming stunts until he is able
to swim back stroke, free style stroke
and Ihe breast stroke.
The children who will receive
medals arc: Marilyn Izzard, Carol .
Clemmons, Patricia Patton, Marv j
Nell Gibson, Robert Oooch. Bobby
Robertson. Kav Lynn Clemmons. j
Ann Dodson. Carl Hare. Jimmy
Hendricks, Juddy Lyvris, Arthur Mc-
Kay. Parlee Norman. Don Ratcliff.
Marguret Gore, Bud Patton, Don j
. McCormiek, Dickie Herrmann, Carol
Jean Jackson, Edward Jackson,
i Bradford Batty, Haroid Lyvris, Tom-
! my Thompson, Jerry Herrmann,
Ann Reppert, and Mary Lyvris.
The following children have passed
their beginners tests, advanced swim-
mers tests and junior life saving
tests; Fred Cunningham. Kenneth
Kelly, Lorna McCormiek, Mary
Frances Russell. John Boyce. Charl-
es Burgess, B. L. Morgan, and Fred
The following three boys were
in tennis classes and won medals:
John Rnvcc. Charles Burgess, and
Beginning Sunday at 3 o'clock,
there will be a club swimming meet.
All boys and girls are asked to be I
present. The age decision in this;
meet will be 3 and 4, 5 and fi, 7 and
8, 9 and 10. 11 and 12, 13 and 14. j
15 and IS, 17 up, Th winners will ;
be determined by the one who has j
the highest number of points.
All awards will be given follow-
ing this meet. Classes of Bob
Clark are to be completed this week '
so he may leave here on Aug 24 to
begin coaching at Sayre, Okla.
Mrs. Oscar Cousins
Mrs. Oscar Cousins delightfully
entertained a group of her friends
at her home. 1312-B Harrison
After the luncheon, games of
bridge were introduced for enter-
tainment. High score was won by
Mrs. J. M. Carter, and second high
by Mrs. Waldon.
The Western motif was carried
out in the appointments of the
Guests were Mesdames Jim
Green, Bernard Tecl. Dow Mercer
of Hereford, Brent, Ida Lee Price,
J. N. Riggs, Ada Webb, Waldon,
I. Rasco, J. M. Carter, L. J. Vic.k,
John Wayiand. J. W. Stewart, Lola
Stewart, Esther Schreiber, Miss
Blanche Carter, Miss Laura V.
Hamner, and Mrs. Johnston of
Mrs. Bulloch Is
Honored at Party
Mrs. G. D. Henderson, 90fi Louis-
iana Street, entertained with a sur-
prise birthday party at her home
Thursday afternoon to honor Mrs.
J. M. Bulloch teacher of the Win
One Class of the Sar Jacinto Baptist
Mrs. L W. Blcnis assisted with the
Refreshments were served to the
following members of the class:
Mesdames Bill Harlow, Margaret
covey, S. I"). Spillers. Jr., Virgil Cof-
fee. Truman Cox, Jack Whisenant,
L. W. Blcnis and the hostess. Mr-
Frances Doicaior sent a gut.
LUNCHEON TO BE GIVEN
FOR UDEMS CLASS
Fidel is Class of the First Bap-
tist Church will hold its monthly
covered dish luncheon Wednesday
at 1 oclock at the church.
Mrs. Alta Turk, formerly of Ama
rillo, entertained Wednesday night
at her home in Los Angeles, Calif.
— and it might have been set in the
Panhandle of Texas, for present
were more than a score of West
Radie Britain Moeller was the
honored guest. The Chicago com-
poser, former Amarilloan, was vis-
iting on the west coast, and Mrs
Turk gave a concert for her It
was, too, the housewaiming for her
new studio which occupies the en-
tire west length of the lower floor
of Mrs. Turk's lovely home
Amarilloans present included Mes-
dames Myrtle B, Flenniken, George
S. Williams, Eugene H Pipkin: Mr.
and Mrs. A. E Meyer, Mr. and Mrs.
Misses Juanita Henderson, Har-
nett Ann Collard, Lucille Pipkin,
Rosalie. Cjffee. Sophia Meyer, Jessie
Wallace Neal, Byron Ogle, Bren-
ton, Richard and John Flenniken,
Present also were Mrs Dorothy
Campbell of Clarendon, and Mr'
Lyriia Pyle Simpkinson of Clovi:
Miss Mildred Lytle
Becomes Bride of
The marriage of Miss Mildred
Lytle of this citv, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. O. Lytle of Springfield
Mo„ and Ward Garrison, also of
fhis city, took place Wednesday
evening at the home of Rev. Walter
P. Jennings, in Plainview. Rev.
Jennings, pastor of the First Chris-
tian Church, read the ring cere-
The bride wore blue marquisette
with matching aaccessories and a
corsage of gardenias. She carried
the lace hankerchief carried by the
bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Isabel
Garrison, at her wedding.
Miss Ellen Blake wa.s maid ot
honor, ano Early Pettier of Lubbock
served as best man. Other guests
attending were: Mrs, Isabel Garri-
son of Lubbock. Mrs. Jennings, and
Miss Frances Eileen Martin.
Following the ceremony, the bri-
dal party went to Lubbock where
they served a wedding supper at the
home of the bridegroom's mother.
I The rooms were decorated with yel-
low and apricot garden flowers.
Centering the table was an at-
j tractive arrangement of Joanna Hill
and Talisman rases flanked with
apricot tapers. The tiered wedding
| cake carried out the apricot color
After a trip to points in New
Mexico and Colorado, Mr. and Mrs
j Garrison will be at home at 1016
j West Tenth Avenue.
Mr. Garrison, a graduate of Texas
Technological College, is sales man-
ager of the industrial division of the
Gates Rubber Co.
MISS MILDRED BARER, daughter of .Mr and Mrs P. H.
Raher of Canyon, is scheduled to become the bride of
Olin Huff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Huff of Lockney,
this morning at 9 o'clock. The nuptial vows will be
spoken at the Raber home in Canyon. —rhoto by Britain
* * * * * *
Miss Mildred Baber and
Olin Huff To Wed I oday
Miss Catherine Driskell, a teacher
in the Sam Houston Junior High
School, wa.s granted Master of
awc from Colorado Stat??
College at Greeley, Colo., yester-
Miss Driskill is a member of Kap-
pa Delta Pi. national honorary ed-
ucation fraternity, and Phi Alpha
Theta. national honorary fraternity
in social studies.
After a week's vacation In the
mountains, Miss Driskill will return
to her home at 2209 Tyler Street.
Betty Rose Cradit. daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. L. V. Cradit, is expert ed to
i return today from Camp Carrizo, in
New Mexico, where she has spent,
the past two months. She left here
three months ago and spent a
month on the West Coast before
going to camp.
Mrs. J. E. Powell of Iola, Kan.,
Mrs. O. A Kennedy of Kansas City,
Mrs, Walter Woodside and daughter,
Betty, of Wichita, Kan., who haw
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Gregg and family and Mrs, Ray-
mond Erhard, returned home Thui -
day. Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Kennedy
are Mrs. Gregg's aunts.
Miss M. Georgia Simms, first
grade teacher in the Summit school,
| has returned from a, vacation trip to
Oklahoma, Missouri and Arkansas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Culbcrtson of
Santa Paula. Calif., are visiting Miss !
Clara Johnson, 311-B East Eleventh j
Mrs. Fannie Mae Knight has re-
turned to her home in Waco after
a visit with her cousin, Mrs. Oscar
Cousins, 1312-B Harrison Street,
Mrs. Lee Butler and children, Lee,
Jr., and Joyce, of Houston are vis-
iting her parents. Rev. and Mrs.
J. H. Clouse, 907 Mississippi Street.
Charles Bates of Houston Is
j spending the week-end with his i
mother, Mrs. H. H. Hall.
Margaret Berry of Wichita Falls
arrived Friday for a visit with her
cousin, Jean Smith, 2220 Ong Street
Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Stone. Mar-
garet Ann Stone and Ben Stone.
Jr., spent last week fishing at Red
Mr and Mrs, I D. Cole lfiOfi Ong
Street, visited in Fort Worth and
Dallas last week.
Burth Dowman of Houston ar-
! i ived Friday morning for a visit in ,
the home of Mr. and Mrs E. W
Pipkin. Mrs. Dowman, the for- ,
mer Miss Melba Pipkin, arrived
early in the week to visit her par-
| Mr. and Mr*. Jack Casler and i
CANYON, Aug. 13 (Special) —
Miss Mildred Baber. daughter of j
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Baber, will be-
come the bride of Olin Huff, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Huff of Lock-
ney, Sunday morning at the hom^
of her parents. Rev. Ear! Craig of
the Church of Christ will read the
The bride will be dressed in pink
net, over blue taffeta, and will wear
a pink veil clasped with a silver tier-
ra. She will carry pink rosebuds
tied with a white ribbon, one stream-
er of which will be caught in the
white New Testament the bride
v.ill carry. She will be attended by
Miss Carrnel Lee Guinn of Here-
ford. Mr. Huff will be attended by
James Baker of Lubbock.
Miss Nettie Maxine Baber of
Wichita Falls will play the wedding
march. Mrs. Glen Dowlen will sing
preceding the ceremony which will
be read before an improvised altar
of gladioli and garden flowers.
Miss Baber is a graduate of the
Demonstration School and has at-
tended West Texas State College.
, Mr Huff is a graduate of lockney
High School and has attended Abi-
' lene Christian College and West
Texas State College. After a wed-
ding trip to New Mexico, they will
be at home here where they will
continue their college work.
Guests at the wedding will include
Messrs. and Mesdames W. A, Baber
J M. Baber, J. W. Wyatt. O. B
Leath, M. G. Monaghan, Leslie
Howard. Warner Barger. and Dr.
R. L. Hargrave of Wichita Falls;
Mr. and Mrs, Georce Woodward.
Vernon; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mr-
Braver. Mr and Mrs, Sam Bunger
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. McBraycr, White
Mr. and Mrs. I . W. Langston,
Spur; Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Wim-
berley, Dawn; Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Webster, Amarillo; Mr and Mrs
A. C. Huff, Carlton; Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas B. Huff. Mr and Mrs Ear-
ley Arceneaux, Mr. and Mrs. T, S
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Dennis Kcr-
mit; Mr. and Mrs Clyde Harrell
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fulbright, Mr-
Lean; Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Burk. Hol-
lis. Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Huff
Temple; Mr. and Mrs. Gus J. Huff.
Henderson; Mr. and Mrs, O, A. Huff
Tucumcari; Mr. and Mrs W C
Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wat-
son, Vigo Park; Mr and Mrs. Glen !
Watson. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Cole-
man. Lockney; Mr. and Mrs. F. 1
Farrington, Anadarko, Okla . Mr
and Mrs. .Jack Blair. Tulia: Mr anc
Mrs. Joe BabT, Canyon; and mem-
bers of the immediate families.
L. T. 0. Club Has
The L. T. D. Club was entertained
with its annual picnic Thursday in
Those attending were: Mesdames
Jess Walter, Grace Cline. Ralph All-
red. C M Goodnight, Clay Thorn-
ton, G. D. Caldwell, J. F Hood.
W T. McClain; Misses Shirlev
Cline, Virginia Thornton. Jean
Goodnight and Gary Thornton
Mrs. Walter will be hostess at the
meeting of the club next. Thursday
at 11 o'clock at the home of Mrs
Thornton. 1404 Madison Street, A
covered dish luncheon will be
HON vi.n wii.son k \s
Donald Wilson celebrated his
ninth birthday with a party Friday
The guests met at the home of
Donald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F
Wilson. 808 Lincoln Street. A mat-
inee party followed. After the show,
the bojs and girls returned to the
Wilson home for refreshments
Those attending wern Eddie
Dickerson. Dale Brouce. .loyeee Con-
ner Bohhy Or*ldpn, Wele'i Ander-
son. Flora Ann Wilson and the hon-
daughters, Helen, Mary Jane and
Betty Jo, 100S Jefferson Street
have returned from a two-weeks'
trip to Colorado.
PE i ALS th
By THE PETAL PICKER
The Henshaw Art Exhibit of New
York City, that is being shown all
over Texas, will be on display at
the Rose Bowl tea room from Aug.
15 to Aug. 22, during the lunch
i hour only. We hope that, the pub-
lic will take advantage of the op-
1 port unity to see this famous exhibit,
and to enjoy our air-cooled tea
Many luncheons have been given
recently. Peggy and Polly HiII were
hostesses last week to a party in-
i eluding Mrs. Charles Fanss ot Ard-
more, Okla . Miss Clair Tucker of
Dallas, Miss Marion Kelly. Hope
Adams Backenstocc Ruth Virginia
Perdue. Mrs Stanley Marsh, Jr.,
and Ruth Stone Hancock.
Foursomes: Mildred Kirk. Martha
Houghton, Jean Fish, J. C. Paul,
Jr. . Hel^n Whittenburg. Tennes-
see Whit.tenburg, Bonne Whitten-
burg. Mrs. Bill Walker. . Louise
Elliott, Lois Sager of Childress,
Naomi Smith of Temple, Louise
Mrs. Forrest Barnes and Mrs. W.
h Stevenson honored out-of-town
guests: Mrs, F O. Broome of Hous-
ton, Mrs. Emil Gross of San Fran-
cisco and Mrs J. E. Biggs of Wich*
Congenial groups: Helen Swindell,
Virginia Latinis. Ruby Richardson;
Stela Lokev. lone Puckett, Eva
Jane Dodson, Man Marrio!. , .
Mrs. William Bush of Chicago, Miss
Narnssa Swift of Chicago, Mrs.
Frank O'Brien, Emelene Bush . .
Mrs. H. H. Conger. Mrs. R. E. t?n-
lonoreri Mrs J V. Howell of Tulsa.
Tuesi.- were Mrs. Ollie Childers,
/Irs. John Trollinger, Mrs Rose,
Miller. Mrs W. W Mc-
Mrs. Charles Austin.
: Mrs Ed
i of Houston,
t were Eve
J. B. Doolcv w.-s hostess to
Mr and Mr, John A Evans of
Glenridge. N. J„ and their three
sons. Jack, D"an and David Evans,
and a nephew. Sandy Roger. Mrs,
Evans will be remembered as Get*-
rude Lowndes, daughter of Mr ar.d
Mrs. c. J. E. Lowndes.
We were happy to see M^e Peter-
son Thompson and Constance Fer-
guson in th* tea room again. . .
Florence Whittington, Kav Wake-
field. Martha Jane Herring Joe
Whlttington, lunched together Mon-
day , Mrs. H C. Pipkin enter-
tained Mrs. Darreli Jackson. Mrs.
James O. Cade. Mr L M Fischer
. . , Margaret, Roach of Atchison,
Kalis, is Visiting her aunt, Mrs,
Eva Peak . . Dr D Roach lunched
with Marjorie Roach Seewald. Sally
Sewell and Marion Kelly. . . Lunch-
ing together Wednesday were Elaine
Johnson. Mary LeFlore of Tulsa,
Peggy Monnhig, Sally Harrington,
Mary Ann Hall. Connie Fuqua . .
Mrs. W. E Herrington and Olive
Childers lurched with Mrs. Nell
Hale Hobhs of New Ynrk City. . .
Dr and Mrs R I Vinevsrd and
Miss Doris Vineyard were seen with
Mrs. F. H. Hood, Miss Ruth H<iod
and Marion Lee Hood of Bren-
ham. . . Lunching with their young
daughters, Mrs Sim Kellv and
daughter, Carolj-n, Mrs Charles
Reagan and daughter, Marylln.
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