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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1921 PART TWO
3 omen s Features Churches Utttt And BmI of EverytMrtf Alah D. Meyer Telephone 471 V tcreatlng talk on her ccrence In Tarls Vlrglnln Is ihe native ststs of eight during the world war. pn-al.b nia. while Ohio, comes second Miss Msrgnret Curtis waa also ona.wlth seven. New York has three and of ths sflernoon's guests. I Mnaaiichluactte two. PAVLOWA'S ADVICE s ietv W L - - ; i -. O 'ism, octet1 ALVAH D. METER 1 it . Ths Meaaaie of Raster. U firnnd In the breath u( the tuft Hln air; It U whlepered anions, the trees, And It nestles In every flower cup That nodi on tha grassy leas. It la trllM In a bursting melixly front the nesting robbln's throat; And It shines from everjr smmy cloud That o'er crystals float. Tha mountains breath It to tha hills; It ernes o'er the glen. Kor all tha world rrles out thla diiy RsMrth i( nature, and of mm! A carol ring around tha world; Lift ya thy hesrts, oh men! and sing? For on thla day. glrm death Ilea dad Anil jxive and Life arc king! The heavy atone la rnlW away And In Ita I'lve white lilies blown: IJfc steos trlmuhanl (nun the tomh Vuf lu! He haa arisen! !y Alvah I. Meyer. Two thousand yeara aim, upon a lopely hill. In atately old Jerusalem, t'pon a quarklng earth, beneath a darkened aun. a lowly variwnler waa crucified. Itcfoce a wondering multi tude aoine engry. Jeering, sneering at Ilia (Attn; some rruahed, dcwiwlrlnit at the awful death f thla, their Qodllke friend, their hop for life and for Mer rily. He died upon a crea. a shame ful .laath .f imtv Ilia rrtme. that He had paased hla life helping man-k nut Kinu, neaiina; nim-aara ih inf nuim ami body, teaching to human beings kind mi, charity and love, and assuring them of divine foraivrnraa and of t-ter-ral life beyond the grave. With grief and bitter teara. Hla ntangtad form waa laid by loving trienda within the tomb, which. taatened with a mighty atone, and seal tad. atern Konian aolillrra guarded. Ti ter dealr MwaraM-d Hla stricken tnd of follow era. I.O. the priceless gift to all humani ty! n the third day Ho burat tha Iron bonda of death, and roe again - from out of . th allent grave, "In Strength renewed, and glorloua beauty clkd." He swept aalde tha mighty atone which cbed Hla tomb, and atood litre and well, before the dated and trembling soldiers. Then, In thought ful tenderness. Ha aought Hla friends, and saving gently, 'Trace be unto you." Ha bade them be of cheer and comfort ed their frightened, grieving hearta. Te strengthened them with loving words and wonderoua promises: then l arte them keep the faith of love to Ood and to their brother man. aa He had taught them to sprcsd Hla word of love and hope o'er the earth, and ao follow Him Into the glorloua. ever widening life to which He rose. Today, the lovely fertile land In which He lived la but baron deaert. the once atately city standa crumbling ruin. The proud race to which He came la acattered homeless, o'er the earth, and yet. from all the world. In countless numbers, iieoiilc come to see the pise where Christ, the Prince of j reacs. the Friend of all men, lived Hla Short life and died. j. On Raster morning In earn country, great thronga will fill the many temples erected "In Hla Name." to lay the ho. . mage of their lvlng hearta lefore Hla feet; and grateful and adoring volcee will aoar to Heaven In songs of wor-1 ahlD and of y. Kor. aa He rose from i out the grave, and cast aalde the bond that held I Urn. So may each human soul, caatlng aalde. the Iron bonda of weaklier, sin and death, rlee to a Jay. ful and eternal life with Him. And. till echoing down the agea since thai i ftrat great Bagter innrn, the reverent, j grateful verdict of humanity haa been, j "Thla waa the ftm of Hod!" Hy evll tlore Ijngton. Hall have formed a parlnerahlp for the practice of Ihw In Clovla and will havethrlr office In the Itarry Hulld lug. Mr. MrOee. haa been practicing In Carlabad and Mr. Hall has been, until recently Interval flevenue Col lector for thla district. A. (1. Whlttier waa one of the prln cll wltnciwee In the Itavlaaon caae. tjmla P. J. Maateraon spent Mon- 'uy In A'n-rtltu where he attended a mertlnf of the agents of the Mag- i nolla l'i tr leum Company in inia nr ritory. John Hhlpley was on the al k ll for arvrral duya thla week. Charlie Orr haa been quite alik at the I '.apt 1st lloepllal this week with pneumonia. Mra. C. A. Bchcurlch and niece, lu-rnlce (lal.le. will leave Friday for a trip to Kanans City. (1. I.. Reese, of Portatea, waa In Ctoxla on legal bualnraa for several iiaa this bust week. Mualn Croft left thla week for Clarendon. Texna. where he will have charge of the singing at a revival meeting conducted there by Itev. H. II. Culiietter, former minister of the Hwp tint chureh here. It. N. Iowle and family of Melrose weie vialtora In Clmia Hunday. 1 due M. Ilryan waa In Kanaaa City Ihe flrat port of the week on buelneee. U K. Callan siient Hunday and Monday In P.oewell. He haa atarted an line between Carlalad and IV Well. Mlaa Dorothy lla-k owes her place as premier danaeuae of "Aphrodite" to the advlee of Anna Pavlowa. Miaa Hoik danced for Pavlowa one evening at Ihe home of her father. III. hard It.a k. the noted aculptor. In Chicago. "F.icetlvnt! said lavlowa. "Hut why iLtnce only ft your filenda? Why not have a ca reer of your own." Then Murrla Oeat advertlMd fur dineera for hla spectacle Mlas H k wsa among the throng of ap pllcanta and Michael Foklne. the Hue slsn director, selected hur for the pre mier place. i X 4 A t . g -I I . . M - - - - " r."-sa v. a -.rei-. j- gaiiu-a and conleete were V-n Joyed eat will r glv-n at the C-ntral Pn-a- tit ilni-l at tha homo of Mrs. II. J. throughout Ihe evening. bt.ri,n Church Rumtiy night. The Funk. h.wlng guests: Kllsala-th llla. kburn. ' hart-lat. and a ten-pier orcheatra. with wring hlaa..me were used In tha do i Velina tl'Rrlen. Umlae Mitrdia. l-ll Mrs. II Johnson, l-ttle Wright. Mary tWace Thelma lturnes, Wllma lUlia. I.urlll.- Prlngle. llaiel Ikirtan. Agttea Tim- mona, Mamie KlmiMain, Idelma Con-l-.ally and Aluttt AMert. F. Uudcr at the piano, will ,,f ,,", rnmnn' remb-r the K:mter cantata, 'The Iteaur m-tlon and the IJfc la one of the met beautiful Kaatcr can tatas ever written, and with the added . ! attraction of an orvheatral a-ranianl Junior of Amaria High Mcho.4 i i-.n th brm Mi- r.ntertaJn Mnlora. ... tjwiae Clark, who hna l-en atudvlng In The mist eianorate ai lunciion ex ; . ..m the school year I. to be a banquet at oVag I. vl-.tlng .--1.2 itli.- a kitrii b.Jic aa Wi-ll aa aetnt With llaa Ulnefre4 lllglnkfltham Knler talna With Infurmal IHnner. Mlaa Wlnefred (lginlMtham enter tained Friday evening with a delightful little dinner party at her home on 1n? Van Ituren Ktreet. The tahlea were prettily decorated with rut flow-era and fern, and after di-Ucloua dinner, dancing and nuarei laneoua gtimes were enjoyed until a late hour when the guests repaired to their respective horns. Those Included among the ghta were. Ilarhet Ihinawav. Kllitk lloyce. Elisabeth Nunn. Iothy liar rla. Harab White. Fdwena Allen, UU ialth Uranbsrry and terorgla Thomas. An Eaaler Tarty. On Thursitay evening. March tl. Mrs Kullrnger's 8unday Hchool Claaa of girls of th Polk mreet Methirflst 1'hurch. entertained with a delightful Faster Party at the home of Mlaa Nancy Works. 110 Tyler street. - The receiving rooms were mad beautiful with potted planta and cut flowera .and a series of Interesting 'th Amarlllo Hotel, honoring the graduating claaa given by the Juniors of the High Hchool. The banquet prontlaea to aurpnsa all prevtnua entertainments giving the Hen lore th cuatooxary arndff. A riot of pink and whit sweet peae. th Junior rlaa flower, and col., Interapread with huge bouqueta of ruval purple violet a the senior emblem, will sdd to the aplendor of the featlve board. Th guest Hat will Include, bealdes the Juniors, th class of :i' snd the High Hchool faculty. After th ban quet the rlaawa will rentaln V a fur ther social time. .Ihv a harn Jo. aa well aa amlat with the cantata. Mlaa Clark will return to Chicago on Monday. Five hundred waa selected ss the sft- win, i ne iiniup - . . . , . , -i., ernoon's diversion, ami was Indulged In liy Wllaon. This . ,, v.., m.k- M-mrm wera Li Id for a delirious anlad ceJtirae. The gueata of the afternoon wrer; M. ad.m.-a F.d Hatchett. J. Colby, TUIph Chaae and J. T l"re. The net regular meeting will be held on Thurly. April Snd. at the horn of Mra Hadley. 104 llarrlaon street, at three O'clork. Mrs. f. II. Ilubhell lloaless Is rterbn j Huh. i Tl.a Millar inuetlng held bV the Pierian Club on Thunolny. Msn h Hth, Notice, If ther Is anyone In th city who knows th whereabouts of lJura lUr irtt. or who can give any Inf.irmatlon what ever about her. pleaa call th secretary of the Ited Creaa. at phon tot. as news of Intereat to her haa been received at th Ited Cross head quarters here. Maalcal rmcraja) t be filrea at Cee tral PreshylrrUn Church, A muak-al program of unusual Inter- HufbieM SriJoti t be Held by Pra fednnal and ItuUnrwi Women' The PilTalnea. n.en s Club of Amuilll.i will mw-t In '"7 -., , ,hi raaiin t,r Lusinesa saion on Tue.lay evening. I - rli.gly Interesting pro Man h rth. at als M- k. In the an w".,;,', . kaa ik ' ne, , f the P.4k 8tre, t Mth.Mlet Church. ! Mrs. Will l-,vce gave a PlMlk Follow t.,g the bu,U.esa meeting, a I on F.wt-lneM.au" Mrs. J. M. Dsla-U ahnrt interesting J..m will I ren-; v a la k on ' i'"'' Vre4. It is urg-d that sll meml-rs be .and Mrs. K. U Hlgglnlwtluim Ulked on urearnt I the subjts-t of "language. Restriction Und Compulsion In Alaars Lorraln and Pleaaur an Profit Club FnterUlsed j Po'and." ' by Mrs, II. J. Funk. It as the pleasure t the dubto On Thurmhy afternoon. March the have aa tro-lr gueat Mra Ferarson. wrho Mth. at three o'eba-k. the members of.hss rerently oi to th nlted BUtes the Pleasure and I Wit Club were en-1 fnsn lh-lglum. and who gave a most In tl. It I lovla Personals, IV Kuvkendatl Malted frieiida and ! relatives In Muleaho. Tess ths Utter psrt of la at week. II. ft. Houthlt of Tolar. N. M.. wa Clovla last Saturday. He la plan ning to purchase a homo and move here. Mrs. It. O. Ilohlnaon; who hna Ikh-ii i quit sick f"T the psal two weeks la much Improved and will be l k In the studio In a few daya. It. Trlv'etl of Tcslco, was a Clovla vlxltor Monday. W. J. Curren and C. K. Ih-nhof rv-; turned Tuesday from a trip to Htnta Fe and other notnte In the western part of the stste. I W. U Hulllvsn of Melrose, attended district court here this week. Mr. snd Mrs. I.uthcr I.ynn sre In Clovla this week. They srf planning to move soon t Mountainalr. New Mexico. A. II- IMienstrell. Albuquerque, '.i nf tha New Meeo Con- .ir,,.-tlnn Cianosnv. waa In Clovla this k backing after vm ownia. k-..inUa linker of Mutrahn, lan.'waa In Clovla on bualness Tucs- lay. M. Mandell. of Albuquerque spent two cr three hours In Clovls thla week. att..rnev Charll tllbliert I'f IUWsll J wss In Colvls Wedneeday. Charba Hart nad a businees trip tn I.lttbfled. N. M.. this shipped a carload of fin Hereford hulls from there to his rsnch southwest ol Clovls. Arch Craig, prohibition enfrcment oflccr of INs-talcs, spent Bslurdsy and Hunday In Clovls. Mr. and Mrs. J. H- Hsll of CIs.. Tesss. ar bare this week sttsndlng ths bedside of Mr. Hall's mother, Mrs. R. , , M- Hs: wi.tumj4.. -e-l K. ranhaixl' Oldest More Mnc IM7 mum QOOTEEIY- toes mil lm The suit may he faultlessly tailored, the hat trim and chic, the gloves jH-rfcct I'ut unless the shoes have the same high charac ter and apiearancc ih.it characterizes the entire costume, the smart effect is marred. Arhe 'Irene" a llrown N a 1 1 a Cae Pumo with full or llahy lmls heel. Visit Our Showing of Hats in the Annex The heavy Master buying made no appreciable inroads on our large stock of Spring and Summer Hats. We have the largest stock we have ever, had at this season of the year, most of them in mid summer st vies. Leghorn's, Horse hair liraids. tele phone Itra'ids, Malines and Lace Hats predominate. Prices range from $C75 to $01-50 24 BLOUSE SPECIAL J0.45 One Lot White Voile Bloutet, button and lace trimmed for only WHITE & KIRK The Place to Buy Shoes faJilonaWe Oxford I be bad In WatV or Itcswn KM. We always have the Newer Styles Early and just at theRightPrice )itinctiveius-i in stvles is one f the chief factors that has aiiu-d us the popularity that our UtMittry Department en- iovs aim ni5 the neonic ti Amarillo. Moderate pi icing is another appeal that is alu.ivs assured lure. Our expert hoc sirxice is inly helping rashion-ihie wntiu-n to uit their shoes to the cost Mr. :e ' A 7 " " the adams dry GOODS GO. (s.c . u THK r.UKI 10M0S Eut Fifth St. y 's comfortable tvt- strap pump, with Mili tary heel, in brown kid or calf. pill wMM .Q a UTaa K.' ViA' raA New Spring Apparel which carrv the impress of individuality, acconV i)lished by a skill in the selection of fabrics, a subtle refinement of detail and deft adaptation of line, each in harmony with the other. The Spring Dresses feature true cosigners art in their fashioning of lovely silken fa lines, and consummate skill in har- a. .a v '.m A mommg line ana color, ana a line appreciation of the effec tiveness of a single vivid touch f garniture', deftly placed at their best, as depicted hcre.'and prices arc much less than 'for I A. f several seasons nasi. Distinctive Suits to be correct must be "new" and "different" and. in this display many novel features are shown with youth-giving lines of individuality coupled with good taste and refinement. Materials show pique tine. Tricotinc, cord twill, wool Jersey and other fabrics that lead, and the colors most in evidence are navy blue, sepia, pewter gray, and exquisite silk linings are features of special note. New Goats arc distinguished by cape lines and soft fabrics and this comprehensive showing includes every in terpretation of the "new," from the smart top coat of wool to lovely silken affairs for evening, all of which arc decidedly feminine. Luxurious silks are used for linings and the tailoring is perfect. Lovely Blouses Models specially designed to complement the Kastcr suits, of fine Georgette crepe, Canton crepe, crepe dc chine and other 'ct HMVAI fsllW !lll -.Hf.aVi.-e IMV e.-.- med while ' tie-at-back ovcrblouscs and tuck in effects are all here the newest, the best and the most authentic in style the season has to offer are all here in this display. THE NEW MILLINERY artistic, out-of-the-usual, yet thoroughly in the mode, in their delightful variations Individual and distinctive models for every occasion, limited onlv bv the creation of fashion itself, and ev erything that'is lovely in design, material and color as well as trimming is included in this showing, in which much originality is featured in charming hats abloom with flowers or swirling feathers or smartly ribbon trimmed, or still others show the new glared foliage in telling touches all in all a charming col lection introducing many individualities in fashions vet unnoted this season. The Ladies Store 517 Polk Street Phone 724 4 .